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MEMPHIS, TEXN., TUESDAY, MARCH BO, 18S0.
VOL. XLVI NO. 7G.
Our special cojresjiondent writes
Very interesting and gossipy letter
from Hernando that we feel sure will
be much appreciated by the citizent
of a town that in almost as old as
Memphis, and with (he people of
which our citizens have always had
the woet pleasant and profitable rela
Tits Carroll ton massacre was brought
o the attention of the House yester
day by Mr. O'Hara of North Carolina,
who offered a series of resolutions em
powering the Speaker to appoint a
ommitteecf five to investigate the
wholesale murder, but Mr. Reagan of
Texas objected to their passage on
constitutional grounds, and the House
Candidates for Governor can now
begin an active canvass of the State,
All impediments are out of the way,
They can't be traded or swapped for
Supreme Judges, and so have "a clear
flel i and no favors" to ask or grant.
In this connect! on it is proper to re
peat, for the benefit of West Tennes
teaii8 especially, that the Appeal is
for '"Bob" Lsoney.
A majority of the Cleveland Cabi
net are on the sick lint. Messrs. Gar
land and Lamar have been added
since Mr. Manning was stricken on
Thursday, and many of tho friends of
the fortnor sjy he has failed very much
within tho past few weeks. Mr. La
mar is only temporarily under the
weather. Becretary Bayard is still
very much depressed.
Tub labor riots in Belgium have
grown so serious that the people are
arming and forming vigilance commit
tees for self-protection against the
mobs of starving and armed beggars
who assault whole towns in their urg
eney for immediate relief. The truth
is, Belgium is overcrowded. She has
too many mouths to feed, more than
her productive capacity will admit of.
Mb. Parnkla is right. The Irish
people should pay the t003,000,000 re
quired by Mr. Gladstone's fortheonv
ing bill for the purchase of lands from
landlords. They can better afford to
undertake to do that in a series of
years than postpone the day of re-
leuscment from political cnthralinent.
Offset by tho good to be accomplished
that sum would really be a paltry one,
liiHMARca has not only put himself
on record as opposed to the interna
tional labor or social movements, -but
he urges Germany to prepare to op
pose them whenever they come up,
He refers to the history of the French
revolution, when Socialism proved so
powerful a spiritual lever, but he fails
to suggest how sweeping were the. re
forms then instituted by a people im-
bruted by repression.
Contrary to the announcement
made on our second page, the strike
on the Gould system is not yet over.
During the progress of the conference
between Mr. Powderly and Mr. Gould
a inisunderstan ling arose which will
have to be accommodated at a confer
ence to le held to-day, before tho end
can bo said to have been reached.
But, from the present temper of both
the hifch contracting parties, this will
not be difficult of attainment. It is,
therefore, safe to predict that the
strike will be ended to-day, and that
by to-morrow most of the strikers
will again be at work.
Ma. Gladcitoni-, notwithstanding
Uie defection of Mr. Chamberlain
and M r. Trevclyan, will proceed with
the programme announced some days
since, and on the 8th of April will
offer a bill for home rule for Ireland.
On t he IE th following he will offer a bill
to amend the laws for tho sale and
purchase of land in Ireland. When
the debate opens Mr. Chamberlain
will be severely dealt with by his
former associates, and it is predicted
by leading Conservatives, as well as
Liberals, that he will be very much
injured and his future retarded, if he
is not overtaken by ruin.
Tub State Democratic Convention
did right yesterday in following Dem
ocratic precedents and calling two
conventions one to nominate 8u
premS Court judges on the 9th of
J une, aad the second to nominate a
candidate for Governor on the 11th
of August The lawyers of the State
will now have the opportunity they
have so much desired to help in the
selection of nominees for judges of
the highest court that will meet all
their demands for the quick dispatch
of business and the least possible de
lay of decisions "consistent with the
proprieties' and the fair and square
administration of justice.
A lttir from Attorney-General
Lea, published elsewhere, reiterates
what he said to our reporter as to an
easy way tut of it present enibar
rassmenta for the Supreme Court.
The Judges can reliove themselves, he
-says, by delivering more decisions
from the bench. In saying this
Mr. Lea simply voices the general
opinion of the tar of the State. But
this is not to be construed into an
open or covert attack upon the court
nor upon any of its members. That
sort oi thine the Attorney-General is
incapable of. Besides, he is a candi
date for election to the Supreme
lench, and believes in uphold
ing the dignity of the court.
He does not believe in canvassing for
so high a position, but if canvases
were to be made he would say and do
all in bis power openly and above
board and leave no doubt as to his
wit-hes. Mr Lea, it is proper to add,
did not seek an interview with our
reporter, nor was he aware that he
was being interviewed on Tuesday last.
THE SICK SECRETARIES.
LAX1R AKD GAULAND ODER
K Chang U Mr. Manning-! Condi
tlun Supreme Court Declsieas
sflCIiLTO TBI ATMAL.J
Washington, March 29. Secretary
Lamar caught a severe cold, and was
attended yesterday and to-day by a
physician. His condition is by no
means dangerous. It will be several
days before he is able to resume his
duties at the department.
has also been overcome by the strain
of excessive work. He has for sev
eral months been keeping very long
working hours, and has recently suf
fered severely from the effects. On
Saturday night he walked home in
the rain from his department, was
prostrated by a chill, and summoned
his physician. Although there is no
indication that his sickness is serious,
he will be confined to his residence
and constrained to take perfect rest
for several days.
WM. T. ANDREWS
of Alabama was to-day appointed as a
tlOOO clerk in the First Assistant
BILLS OF INTKRBHT TO TI1S SOUTH.
The following bills of Interest to the
South were introduced to-day:
By Mr. Sadler: For the relief of one
By Mr. Wheeler: For a pension to
Callie West and Thomas B. Walsh.
By M r. Peel : For the relief of J. B.
Shannon and Elizabeth Boydston.
By M r. Singleton : A bill to remove
the political disabilities of John G.
Flournoy of Lauderdale county, Mis
sissippi. By Mr. Keal: To pay H. T. Cor of
Blount county, Tennessee, $18,600 for
for property taken during the wr.
By Mr. Houk: To remove the
charge of desertion against John Kob
inson, company D, Toird regiment of
Tennessee volunteers : also a bill for
the relief of Alvis Beshears, company
F, Seventh Tennessee mounted in
By Mr. Pettibone: To correct the
muster of McHenry Bray, late of com
pany I, Eighth Tennessee Infantry
volunteers, to recognize him as a first
By Mr. Glass: To place on themuster
roll the names of all officers and sol
diers of the Seventh Tennessee Regi
ment of cavalry who may prove their
enlistment and service, and were
captured or prevented from mustering
by unavoidable circumstances.
By Mr. Zachary Taylor: A bill to
f ay the r presentativea of Aaburner
Iallan, late of Shelby county, Term..
$7000 for quartermaster stores una
other supplies taken during the war.
By Mr. J. M. Taylor: A bill to pen
sion George M. "Little, late of Com
pany I, Seventh Tennessee cavalry;
also, bills for the relief of Emile
Threadgill and P. E. Parker of Hen
deison county, Tenn.
Mr. Houk introduced a bill provid
ing for the appointment of a Nationil
Lai or Commission to investigate the
question of labor ttrikos, to consist of
nine member', four to be appointed
from the Senate, four from the House
and one from civil li'e. The commit
tee is empowered to visit different sec
tiana of the eiXintry. '
SOCTHRRH PORTAL CHANGES.
New office, Newsoms. Davidson
county, Tenn., k'amuel F. Newsom,
postmaster; postoflice at Glover, Lo
noke county, Ark., discontinued;
mail to Cabot. Eugene Blakemore
was to-day confirmed as postmaster at
for tho Belter In
Wahhinoton, March 29. Secretary
Manning's physicians did not ' make
their usual early call this morning, but
made their inquiries and gave direc
tions by telephone. At 10:30 o'clock
the doctors arrived together, and im
mediately went up to the sick room.
Half an hour later they cauie down
and reported the Secretary decidedly
better. "He had a good night," said
Dr. Lincbln, "and he is really much
improved, though, of conrse, he is not
out of danger. Mr. Delhanty said
that the reports of the attendants this
morning were very encouraging in.
deed. All things considered, the
family are decidedly more hopeful
than at any previous time since the
Secretary was taken ill.
Night. The physicians attending
Secretary Manning report his condi
tion as unchanged. Members of the
Secretary's family and his attendants
say that he appears somewhat better.
i.ne improvement In Secretary Man-
nine s condition continues. He was
bo much better to-day that Dr. Lincoln
visiwu mm out twice insieaa oi iour
1 1 1 . . f . i 1 . r
times, as has been his daily custom.
THE LABOR PROBLEM.
the Prealdeat'a Vlewa th Unee-
llon lana;reeeiaaa O'Neill.
Washington, March 29. A state
ment was published here this after
noon to the effect that President Cleve
land had been in telegraphic corres
pondence with Mr. Jay Gould con
cerning the labor troubles in the
Southwest, urging him not to stand in
the way of arbitration. It can be
stated on authority that the President
nas nau no communication with Mr.
Gould or any one else concerned in
relation to the labor trouble. Some
time ago he was much in pressed with
the necessity for some sort of an arbi
tration board composed of persons
whose character would give confidence
to employes and employer, and whose
aut'oritv would lie resnerted. He
did think of calling the attention of
Congress to the subject, as one de
manding early and considerate action.
But he learned that it would be sug
gested by one of the committees of
the House, and he has done no more
than make some suggestions to Mr.
O'Neill, the chairman of that commit
tee, with whom he has "freely talked
in regard to the matter.
Concrressman John J. O'Neill, chair
man of the House Committee on La
bor, left for New York yesterday af
ternoon to confer with T. V. Powderly
and Jay Gould as to a settlement of
the Southwestern railroad troubles.
Before leavincr, Mr. O'Neill invoked
by letter the interference of the Pres
ident in bringing together "two antag
onistic members of his family." In
uie riouse to-morrow Mr. u JNeill s
long-promised bill on the arbitration
question will be introduced. He as
serts that it is rational, operative and
constitutional. It is entitled "a bill
creating boards of arbitration for the
speedy settlement of controversies
and differences between common car
riers engaged in ink-rotate and terri
torial commerce and business." The
preamble recites that by section 8 of
article l oi tne constitution oi me
United States, Congress is vested with
full power and authority to provide for
the general welfare oi the people oi tno
United States (to regulate commerce
among the several Sttes;to constitute
tribunals inferior to the Supreme
Court of the United States, and to
make all laws which shall be necessary
and uwner for earn-in? into execution
the y tgoing lowers. It provides for
the 1 fnation within tho law of a
tribkvual consisting of one on each
side of the controversy, the two to
select a third. If they do not select
as provided within three days, the
United States Court of the jurisdic
tion in which the trouble ex into shall
do so. This tri'mna! shall have the
standing of a Lnited States commis
sion with ' its powers, and shall be
paid in like manner.
THE SUPREME COURT.
A Coapla af Deeteloae of General
Washington, March 2!). The Su
pu ( 'ourt of the United States to
day reniiiimd a number of decisions,
among which were the following:
In the case of John A. Hobson, as
signee in bankruptcy of C. J. Peck,
appellant, John A. McLean and Wm.
Harmon appeal from theCircuit Court
of the United State for the Southern
District of Iowa. The court affirmed
the decree of the lower, court, which
declared that when three persons
form a partnership and agree to bear
the losses and share the profits of the
partnership in proportion to their
contributions to its capital, and two of
the partners furnish all the money
and do all the work, they are entitled
to be repaid their advances out of its
assets before payment of the indi
vidual creditors of the partner who
had nothing and did nothing to pro
mote the partnership business.
The New York Life Insurance Com
pany, plaintiff in error, vs. Thomas
C. Hetcher, exemtor of Chimiuda 8.
Alford. The deceased Alford took out
an insurance policy of 110,000 upon
his life in the New York Life Insur
ance Company! through the company
agent at St. Louis. After his death
payment was refused on the ground
that the answers to certain questions
respecting his condition of health were
untrue, and the present action was
brought by his executor. It- was
claimed that he answered the ques
tions truly, but that the agent wrote
his answers incorrectly. In the agree
ment between Alford and the com
pany it was stipulated that If any of
the answers were untrue, the policy
would be void, and all the monovs
paid thereon should be forfeited. Tne
lower court charged the jury that if
the agent committed the fraud the
plaintiff could recover; that if te
plaintiff did not discover the fraud
until after the delivery of the policy
and the payment of the first premium,
he was not called upon to take any
steps for the cancellation of the con
tract. The judgment of the lower
court is reversed and the caso re
manded for a new trial.
The Chief Justice announced the
Ordered, that the following regula
tions be established under section 7G5
of tho Revised Statutes:
Rule 34. Custody of prisoners on
habeas corpus pending an appeal
from the final decision of any court
or judge declining to grant the writ of
habeas cerpus, the .cuibtody of the
prisoner shiiH not be Jisiurbed. .
Second. Pending an appeal from
the final decision of any court or
judge discharging the writ after it has
been issued, the prisoner sha'l be re
manded to the custody from which he
was taken by the writ, or shall, for
good cause shown, be detained in the
custody of the court or judge.
Third. Pending an appeal from the
final decision of any court or judge
discharging the prisoner, he shall be
enlarged upon recognizance with
surety for appearance to answer the
judgment of the appellate court, ex
cept where for especial reasons sure
ties ought not to he required.
OPEX EXECUUTE SESSIONS.
A Blight IraneloN Ulven to the
Washington, March 29. The
question of open executive sessions
received a sliirht forward nuoulw in
the secret session of the Senate this
afternoon. A considerable number
of internal revenue collectors nomi
nated to places created by suspension
were confirmed, and among the num
ber was the collector of internal reve
nue for the District of Vermont . Sen
ator Morrill, who reported this case,
moved that the injunction of secrecy
be removed from this case as an act
of justice to ex Collector Stearns, the
late collector, and the motion was
carried. Mr. Sherman then asked
that the same act of justice be done
to suspended collectors in Ohio. Then
some one asked why not extend
the courtesy to the entire list of sus
pended collectors. Another asked,
"And why not to all other suspended
omciaisr inese "wny note were'
not Answered, but some of tho more
conservative Senators, without stating
any objection to the proposition,
thought the revolution was moving
too rapidly, and to cheek it a motion
was entered to reconsider the vote by
which Senator Morrill's motion was
carried. This pat the question over
for a day. The report in the Vermont
case, which in its general features is
understood to be substantially like
those made in the majority of cases of
in tern al re yen aecol lectors, is said to de
c'are that the committee has learned
from authoritative sources that there
was no other reason for tho removal of
Stearns than that he was a Republic
an, or tor tne appointment ot his
successor than that he was a Democrat.
CAPITAL NOT! S.
THE MORROW CHINESE BILL.
Washington, March 29. Senator
Fair to-day introduced the Morrow
Chinese bdl in the Senate, with an
amendment changing from twenty
years to ten years the period during
wldch the entrance of Chinese labor
ers into the United States shall be
"A continual dropping on a very
rainy day and a contentious woman
are alike.". No wonder, poor sou Id,
they are such slaves to headache. One
25 cents stent lor a bottle oi balva
tion Oil will restore harmony in the
Takea to Keatnekjr for Interment.
lariOIAL TO Til AFFIAk.l
Jackson, Miss., March 29. The re
mains of Dr. W. M. Boyd, who died
here yesterday, have been taken to
Cynthiana, Ky., his old home, for in
terment, leaving at 3:40 o'clock this
afternoon, via Meridian aud Cincin
A TORMO IT HELEN.
SAD HAVOC AMOVti DWELLINGS
Qitea X amber of BaUilngi Blow
Dow Terr Ino lUla-fetorsi at
Helena, Ark., Starch 29 This
evening about 2.:3uoolork a tornado
of unusual velocity swep- through
this section, doing conwderable dam
age. The attention of our citizens ai
drawn to a heavy blnrk cloud in tho
west which soon 'took eu the Inittom
of it a gray if h raft and More it
could hardly be renll'd, bricks, roofs
and chimneys wa e lilting the air and
playing aad' havoc With those who
were exposed to its violence. (Juito a
number of buildings wrif blown down
and turned over. The Atlantic beer
garden was blown down and on to a
one-tory frame bonne adjoining,
enisling through the roof and setting
fire to it from a rooking stove. Bv a
great effort the fire was extinguished
before it had time to spread. The
walls of the Helena Opera-liouse and
other large buildings, the remnants of
the late lire, were mow e to tho ground.
The spectacle presented by the falling
walls, Hying bricks and demis was a
SIGHT TEULY AfrALLlNU.
Tho coal fleet was swept out into the
river and the dintrefw signals of the
loats added to the confusion. The
Phillips county court-horn', a fine
100,0i0 building, wasl unrWud and
stripped of its window blimls. The
following buildings were i.lno dam
aged : W. E. C. L. Moore's ; Western
Union Telegraph and Southern Ex
press offices; . B. West. Glass doors
ami windows were smwlied in like
egg shells. The direction oi the tor
nado was from west to east. From
parties who have eanio to the c ty
since the tornado it is learned that
west of the hills which act as a barrier
to the city it was more violent than
here, leveling trees and honors before
it. a tree blowing on to the residence
of S. II. Brooks and demolishing it,
and blowing down the - gin-house of
Ira Lamb. It is impossible to travel
the roads leading from the city west
and northwest only on loot, owing to
the trees blown across them. Beyond
several painful bruise no one was
hurt that can be learned. Owing to
the property being scattered it is im
possible to estimate the Iowa.
TerrlMe Bala-Mlorm ni CUatloneeKa
ftriotAL to TM AtrMi.l
Chattanooga, Tenn., Mtrch 29.
The most terrific rain-storm in years,
which has been in progrets lor twenty
four hours, culminated this evening
in a phenomenal downpviui and over
two inches of water fell ill lens than
three hours. The rain was general
throughout this section, and the effect
is disastrous, to the railroad. Itrge
boulders wero carried by the torrents
from the side of Loot nt 'mountain
and fell ahUii the r:iilronl tracks at
the base of the mountain, and at 10
o'clock a sheet of wah-r nearly a mile
in width, dashed over the blulls
At the foot f the nio ntum it is about
125 feet in hu t, and the niyht sur
passes Niagara. All night trains on
the Western and Atlantic Alabama.
Great Southern, ' emphirt and Charles
ton, and Nashville and Chattanooga
railroads are nhnntloued in conse
quence of the severe (rtorfayTlK-rn
have been heavy slide on tlve Georgia
division of the East Tennessee, Vir
ginia and Gvorgia railroad, and the
Cincinnati Southern tracks are greatly
obstructed by s'ides. Late to-mgiit a
raft broke loose from its mooring and
was dashed to pieces in mid-stream
lUeven raltsinen wens pitched into
the water and narrowly escaped with
their lives. Several thousand feet of
timber was lost.
Seaat!oint TrMr In Urntt;r
Chattanooga, Tknn., March 29.
News reached the city last night of a
very sensationa1 tragedy in Grainger
county, Tenn. The trustee Of the
county was William J nut is, a man
universally esteemed and respected.
He enjoyed the absolute confidence of
the community and held the position
for a number of years. On Friday he
returned from his ollice and deposited
the money bags in his room, saying
they contained $2500, which he had
collected in county taxes. He bade
his wife good-bye, saying he had busi
ness in an adjoining county and would
return next day. During the day a
cousin of the lady came to her house
and was given a room for the night.
About midnight ho was aroused by a
burglar and fired on him. The thief
uttered a howl of agony and fell dead.
He proved to be the trustee who was
endeavoring to st' al the public mon
eys and then claim he had been
Doable 1 raced j at Waverly, Tenn,
rsricuL oonisrosDixci or th attixl'
Wavkhly, Tenn., March 27. News
has just reached us of a terrible
double tragedy in Waverly on Mon
day last. Hugh Collier, the brother
of the Sheriff of Humphreys county,
and a man named Jack Page wore
drinking at a saloon and met at the
door and fought about an old grudgo.
Collier called Page a most offensive
epithet, and the latter drew a knife
and cut Collier in tho breast,
face and arms, and thereupon Collier
drew a small derringer pistol from his
vest pocket and shot Page near one of
his eyes, killing him instantly. (Jol
lier will recover. Both men were in
toxicated. Also, on the same day and
at the same place, a great big, stout
man attacked a boy who retreated
from his assailant, but the latter was
rapidly gaining on and would soon
have overtaken him, bnt the boy
turned at bay, seixed a brickbat and
hurled it at his pursuer, split open
his face from forehead to chin,' thus
inflicting a very ghastly and painful,
but perhaps not a dangerous wound.
Public opinion was decidedly in tho
boy's favor. ' Our informant was un
able to furnish us the names of the
Lcnpbobo'i perfume, Eden is.
bandborg'i perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg's perfume, Lily ot the
Lnndborg's perfume, Marchal Niel
Herther la Tesaa.
Galvcston. Tex.. March 29. An
exceedingly cold nortber, for this sea
son of the year, accompanied by
snow, aet In last night, and is still
Wbak lungs, spitting of blood, con
sumption and kindred affeutionp, cured
withont physician. Addrets for trea
tise, with 10 cents in (tamps, World's
Dispensary Medical Association, 663
Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Geo. w . Tomlln,
HEW CARRIAGE FIRM
Xo. 170 STatln Hi t , Ult-ic. hln, 'Atn.
a-HaTipc parehMei thetntire tck f Vhi
elu and the UanafMtirinf Dcpartaual of the
Woodraff Olirer Ctrrlar ud Hardware Co., we
r betur prepared to at tbe dtaanda of the
trade la this lie than an j tome la ta Boeth.
We oopy the eld ttand of tha company, which
It the larreit and moat eoramodioai Repeaitorj
in tb. conn try. We offer paoial indnramenta
is OPEN BOOaiFg, of onr own make, at a.
and TOP BI GCIES, of our own make, at ll0.
All work fully guaranteed. A full line of beat
Eaatern Work daily eipeetid and teweat prioea.
Call Before Ton Buy
or Harlot diapoaad of eu entire itoek of Ve
hicle! and the Hanafketoriat Department te
Hewn. TOM LIU A BENJKS.we beapaak for
than a continuance of the patrenace to lone
extended to sa.
CARRIAOB AND HARPWAKB COMPANY.
VakeUp the Echoes
AND TU08E WHO LIKB
.45 A PATTERN!
rirrr renniNATioiv fattkbrs
Raxardleii of even preaent market value,
which it in arery inatanee at leaat doable.
No two alika. Tan ya-da double width in
every pattern. A Loroly Dreu tor
Tothoie who prefar a eoitume made en
tirely of one material we offer a Wondroua
Wi 1 bay rooila worth (I 25. All new, taate-
teful, deairable and in every particular of
abadc, weight nnd tex'ure tha "Proper
THURSDAY, APRIL 1st
French Pattern Bonnets
erLa1iei are inrited te examine our ele
aantaad eitaariye atook of Millinery.
QOOD JEWS !
CTo. B14 ZnXaalxiL St.,
Haa Juat reoaired a laree ftoek of the
lateat atylae of
CA8S1MEHE8 AHD WORSTEDS
for Panta, which we wll' make to order at
much leaa than the maual price. i wl
make a food all-wool panta for 9a. Call
and examine onr rooda. Alao, aoemplete
line ol UKNIcl' rUHN ISHLNO OOODU
for tbe eomiuf ieaeon at oar uiuel low
A. HEXTER, K0. 214 MAIN ST.
Honey to Loan
On Improved plantation la
BfiMMiMAlppI and Arkaaaaa.
Inatallmeat plaa-3, 5 or 10
years. Anaal Interest, not
In advance. IVo eommlaalona.
2Vo cotton ahlpmento. Clieap
eat loan offered.
Francis Smith Caldwell & Co.
256 Second St, Memphis.
We bare no agent.
Euhood. kc. betinf I. m rn known
nnMb.irMiliMeTerd a .impl. mot H.
hlch ia.w.ll ar-l PHFB ubi. f.ltew
ddf. J.UJtfclCVEa.OOeUa lore.
IHKRKBT notify the pnbllo that Lhara
iT.n up my poaition a Practical Floriat
at 11. llvore'a, but offer at preaent my aer
yioea a Landacape Gardener. Any work
wanted to be done In ihte line will be a
eompliihed in the beat manner. Ordera by
mail will be takea at Mr, OUoBchwill'i Bead
Btere. U2 Main etrett. RrotfillT.
oiere, ia i JOHN BVBRS,
Praotloal floriat and Landaceye Uardciw,
Memphii,Ieaa.,lla.eh V, IKtf.. b. kJ
Hanvri PaEIL A wintiKI af Toothful Itni
E SLAGER, : : : TAILOR.
MY flrRINU AND SI'MMKrVtiM-K la now complete, cmal't
ina of the lateat and rlioiceat doMgne in all the Not eltiea In
troduced in foreign nuirket. My aelectione are mad. with great
careaa toeoata ana quality, In order to offer to the publlcthe lateat
fiubionable ronda at reasonable pricea. I wi h to make aiiccLI men
tion of my ael.ctiun of a I I'lie nrimrtinani of the moat elegant de
aiarta In KKUI.Istl I KI NIN, wb-i-h are now ready for the
impaction of my Trianda and the public, nt my old ata d,
Cor. Aeronrl and JrlTrraaa Hie.
1. U. OODWUr.PreaH. J.M.UOOUUA.V, Vk-Preet. C.H.RAINE,Caah.r
fttppsf UMVs' H.mf'
Wiht'. fakiraW i-tmin'
W. N. WlLKfcRflON. R. T. COOPER. U. K. COKFIN.
ARMlbTlCAD, C.B.BRYAN. A. W. MKWBOH.
xaennellnry af tan Otata af Teaaeeeee. Traumaadta a ateaeral Banklna
ewaena aed ertvea Neiewlnl AMentta ta relltt'.a
TllYTIIEM! TRY THEM! TRY THEM!
1 Try Zcllncr's
ZRLLNKR'S Uenta1 Mhaee, in all atylea, are the beat la the city.
ZELLMtft'SIa taenia' aixieai, in all ahapea and atylea, are the nob
ble, t and bat in tbe II nit.. I Htelee.
CORSKT SHOES For WEAK ANKLESSo1a Ajrenta
enrBend your ordera or coma and exam'ne their erand aaanrtmentof FINHBuOTS,
BUOKd AND HLUTKU8.-ee
hsbijXjTm-fitx oo hoo mAiN' twrxfizixi-r
arlMiitrra4edratnloirn.a 8cn Free on Application. -an
Dry Goods, notions, Hosiery,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 326 and 328 Main
WE ARK IN DAILY RECEIPT WE-' liKSIRABLK RPRI1VH 1HD RVMHEB
UililitH, which we oflnr to the Trade upon the inoat favorable 'errae. Onr prioM
will compare favorably with thoae of.ny market in the (lnited btatea. We are Aceetj for
TeuliflKfl JHaiiiTructurl!iff.-f,' TIuI'Ih, Drills, Shoctlngr, Shlrtlag-, Ete.
j. ;;. mm oo
And Commission Merchants,
Won. 114 and SO JXadlwon Mlreet, inTemphl.
WOODRUFF k OLIVER. AGEIiTS
AVINO withdrawn from tbe Woodruff-Oliver Oarrlaae 'and Hardware Company, we
k.v. umtnud the Avannv of aoraa of the Beat aiaaafirlerrera la the I ml ted
Hlalea, and are now receiving a full aaaortment of CARKIAUBH, Rl'UOIKH. WAWON8,
UARME8U aad BADDLKRY i alao, a laree atook of the improved TKNNhB&fcat WAUONd.
All itoodf are aew, and built eipreaaly for thia axarket, and will be eold at very low price.
Ofllce and halegrtwui, X: 209 Mala itreet. H rehtune, No. 208 Front btreet.
A. wooDHurr J. it. nv1rimmmmmmmmJimz'"nmrTr
BTo 389 Halii Street, Slemplil.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST PRICES FOB CASH OB TIME.
RfcwtWiigfo nnd Tlftolrs.
t. TaKES t3 OO..
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring,
WwwKtlaer. I . Tedar
I)K. It. L. LAsKI,
PtyalclaB, Niirf fwM and Aecoocker,
' RK3IDK5CK AND OFFICB,
313 SlaUn Ntrftet, IVetur I'Bin.
TelffpVonii Wo WH.
f. aceJADDU. W.r. DCHATABT.
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
Ifo. 308 Front Street, Memphl.,Teicu
Wl hav. admitted J0UN B. MASK at a member of ar flra, to djJJ05w),3f l8
- Our MR-'XASK will iW hi ipaolal alUntion to all Cotton eenaii aad to mi4
English Walk in -fast Shoes
ZKLI.N ICR'S Hot a' Nhoee are the beat that are made.
7.KLLN KK'S 'nlldrrai'a Nliora will tare you money. .
ZEbLNKR'8 Lndlea'fiboeaand II" vera are the hand-'
omeat, ahapolieat and moat atyllah, and are cheaper than taj
otneia i t ciuel araile
ZEtXNER'S a'J l.ndlrft Rid Hutloa Rtaoea, ,
with alia worated butt n holoa, are the ereateat bar
aalna Tou hare aver Been.
St., Memphis, Tenn.
IVriVCOxVr er f A.TjTl.
A. M. UK.
street, sobUi ot Gayoso.
Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
a to aad al.ief
PIANOS and ORGANS
Direct frana Factory ta rarekaa.
ere, aaelnc 13 pr eeat. Write
Monte Pickens & Co., Kemriliis
KABT1B MKIAI. J..MJ-