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MEMPHIS, TEXN., TIIUHSDAY, APRIL 8, 1SSG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 84.
Th Appial Indorses the iiove
nent by the Merchants' Exchange to
petition the Legislative Council to re
peal the tax on drummers. It is an
unjust tax, and so is the tax levied on
merchant and all other persona under
the privilege tax law. All taxes on
business, professions and callings
should be repealed. , They are hin
drances to progress.
Ma. Kisbv of Kansas, who spoVs in
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday,
ought to meet with the hearty neour
agement of the people not only ol this
city but of Arkansas in his endeavor
to build a railroad connect ng Denver
and Memphis by way of South
ern Kansas. Suih a road would
make the people of Colorado
and Kansas, independent of St, Louis
and Chicago, and secure to Memphis
a very large trade. It will also give
railroad facilities to a fruitful portion
of Northwestern Arkansas, now with
out even a mile of railroad, and mate
a way easy for its thrifty farmers to
find a market. Mr. Kirby should by
all means be encouraged.
Ths riot at E st St. Louis yesterday
is much to be deplored, notaithstand
ing it is the legitimate outcome of the
condition of the working classes.
That condition is a flagrant and every
day wrong that urges and goads poor
men to desperation. But in view of
the good results that have hitherto at
tended on tlio efforts of the Knights of
Labor to effect just and equitable com
promises,it is earnestly to be hopod that
those now on strike at East St, Louts
and elsewhere will bear and forbear
for a little while longer, and trust to
public sentiment to help them to
victory in their unequal contest with,
capital. Riots, if persisted in, can only
lead to bloodshed, and that means the
assistance of the strong arm of the law
to help capital to a victory.
It is not to be wondered at that a
dangerous anti-foreign feeling prevails
at Canton, as our dispatches on the
third page inform us. The wanton in
dignity put upon the Chinese Minister
at San Francisco yesterday, coupled
With the wholesale slaughter in Ore
gon, is sufficient to excite the people
of China to the extreme of retaliation.
Treaties solemnly ratified have been
broken with impunity, the Chinese
laborers have been robbed and shot
to death by hundreds, and this with
out rcdrets. "A'hat wonder, then, that
the people of Canton are excited and
threaten reprisals. If the Chinese ara
driven out of the United States, tlie
18,000 Americans now domiciled in
and trading in China may reasonably
expect to be driven out, and to lose
the trade no ul (a 13&Q0&4P(Lsiai
nually, and which they have built up
with so much labor and duripg many
years. It is a poor ru e that does not
work both ways.
To-dat Mr. Gladstone will intro
duce his measure of home rule for
Ireland, and, as the Liberal "whip'
was bnsy yesterday and last night in
getting his forces together, we may be
sure there will be a very full attend
ance in the Honse cf Commons.
What is to be the outcome it is im
possibl safely to predict, so much
has teen said pro and con
of a joniusing nature, but our
faith in Mr Gladstone is such,
base upon a life-time of successes, as
to Itftd us to hope for a signal tri
unvh. But even if he is defeated at
tha session it is a great gain in behalf
o! justice for Ireland that an initial
gep should be taken, and taken by
,ha Premier of England, looking to
tie restoration of the legislative free
Aim of which she was robbed eighty.
(hree years ago. In l&Weven the dream
of the repeal of the act of union was re-
, garded as idle and revolution was
resorted to, and so it has been in all
' the years since. The Fenians, and
even the Nationalists, regarded such
a thing as home rule impossible as a
result of peaceful agitation. But the
genius of Parnell has been equal to the
tank, and what six years ago would
have been treated as a' most treason
able,, la now upheld with so much
favor by English Liberals as to make
it certain that if not within the year,
then within the next two years Ire.
land will be governed by her own
Thx people of the United States are
opposed to polygamy and desire to see
it suppressed. But this, they will in
sist, must bo done in a law ful.'orderly
. and decent manner. It is not neces
sary to insult women and force dis
tress upon them, to punish them with
undue severity or jeopardize their
health or their lives. It is un
natural to expect, and worse to
force a woman by ' fine and im
prisonment, to testify against the
man she regards as her hus
band, and who is the father of her
children. And yet this is just what is
being done, if our correspondent,
whose letter we publish on the second
i page, is to be credited, and we think
he is. The Edmund's law has opened
, np in Utah opportunities for brutal
deputy marshals, such as the people of
the South were familiar with in recon
struction days, and they are not slow
to avail themselves of them. Some of
tho1or,1,Ketn to be coarse and
a-rutal, and even cruel, and therefore
nnfit to be employed in the name of
the United Suites. We do not want to
rpeat in this country the story of the
?guenots. But this is what we are
attening to in Utuh, where the Mor
Bions are being hunted like wild
beasts and mothers and children are
compelled to testify ajjainst husband
and fathers. Can't Mormonisin brt
HEAR I HE DANGER, USE.
1 HE MISSISSIPPI FROM CAIRO
The Otis giill 1 lK Froa Pittr
hura; t the Month-Low 4p
prehetiloa at tln.clna.tl.
Washington, April 8, I a.. The
Ohio river between Pitieburr and its
mouth will rise decidedly, bat will
fall at Pittsburg. The Miissippi
river norih of Cairo will fall South of
that point it will rise decidedly, and
during the next twenty foui hours
will approach the danger line it Mem
phis and Vicksburg and wiL inun
date the lowland districts, aid by
Friday a freshet wave will W felt at
New Orleans. Elsewhere tht' rivers
will generally fall. 1
Ag-ftia lafas' Slowly at ClndanaM
Cincinnati, April 7. The river
having stood for a long time at 5 feet
2 inches, has berur. to rise slowly, and
at 10 o'clock to-day is 54 fout 3 inches.
There is no doubt now that therise
will continue, as the reports from
aovn show a rising river all the way
up; besides the snow ful , which has
hardly ceased yet, this morning Is so
heavy that its melting will i' every
si e str am for 40U miles. Cincmiti,
however, is well warned, and no prop
erty will be lost by surprise. The pas
senger trains liavo ceiu-ed to run into
the Central Passenger Depot, ow ing to
water on the trai: e, and have sought
higher ground for their depots. Freight
tralli o on the roads coming' on tlm old
White Water Canal lino, h s been
much 'estricted, not so much because
of present inability to hand i it as of
the fear that higher water rn y anno.
The street cars continue to r n to
Covington, and will coutinui to do so
until the ritse is 2 feet mo i Coal
fleets have been well hanc ed, and
there is no fear of loos among them.
Midnight. The river out jo to
night is not so discouragina a- it was
last night. At 10 o'clock tl e gauge
marked 64 feet 8 inches an 1 rising
half an inch per hour, but reports
from above are that the rise h i$ been
checked. Everything dependt on the
weather. Heavy and genet il rain
throughout the valley would prove
Lraa A a-arrbraaloa loexevllla.
Louisvill". Kv., April 7. -The river
at 9 o'clock tti is morning is stationary
at thirty-one feet It is repor ed ris
ing above, and Is expected to rise more
here during the day. There is less
apprehension of a dangerous flood to
day, as the rain has censed to full, and
there pre prospects of fair weather.
Night. The river remains stationary
here and tho pleasant weather ma es
hone that the water will begin to re
cede at once It is thought that there
will be n slight rise beiore the full be
gins. The canal gauge registers 31
feet 7 inches.
Drr f a Hri-ni flood nt Pitta,
bum Prlivrd n iifr
Pirrsnono, Pa., April 7. The dan-
' nor oi a Brval iiool Ixjro in bvlienxi to
be over. The rivers touched the high
est point, twenty-five feet, early this
morning, and are now falling from the
he id waters to this city. The drmago
was not heavy. The Exposition
ground, Pittuburgand estern trac s
and many mills and houses on the
lowlands of the north and south sides
weru inundated, but beyond this the
losses were trifling. At 1 1 o'clock this
morning tlie Monongnhela and Alle
phony rivers were falling slowly at
uimnoini, wim auoui twenty-two and
a half feet of water in the channels.
Iho weather is cloudy and snowy.
Tha Fload li .riemvn, W. Vn,
Charleston, W. V Anril 7. - The
river at this point is 34 feet and full
ing. A large portion of the city is yet
under atcr.aud the suffering among
the residents in tho flooded district is
great. There was a mass-meetini; of
iitis.uuo iuab uigut m uevine means w
aid the sullerers. Relief committees
were appointed, and to-day large sums
oi money, (oueiner wan ctotliing, pro-
vimons ana iuci were sent to the -com
mittees, who distributed it the best
they could. About 40 1 families have
Dee n aided. here has been a coal
famine here for fully a week, and it is
almost impossible to get fuel now. The
Ohio Central Kai road Company has
donated 10 tons of coal, w hich will
De Drought here to-morrow and dis
tributed among the sufferers.
HoadnMBd Nto.m lit firm rc'aad.
Boston, Mass.. April 7. Dispatches
received last night Irom various sec
tions of New tngland report terrific
gales accompanied by a light fall of
snow. Many of the rivers are rauidlv
riBiug sua iiiruaiemng aisosirous in
undations along their banks.
Ball rand TroUti Itumlag- at It on I
Montgomery. Ala.. Anril 7. Tho
Loaisville and Nashville has resumed
p ssenger busincxs north by making
iranr.ier oy sieamixmi irom this city
twelve miles to Coosada tation. The
road is all rmht to Alobi e and N
wneanB. i rains run thro gh on
schedule time to Atlanta. It will be
some days before the route is open to
Selma. Reports of distress from the
overflowed districts continue to come
in. rully 2000 sullerers are daily
rationed by this city.
THE mm I.BtUOE.
The Oiuln ! r H Mrnaa
as at fr ml,
Detroit. Vich., April 7. A centle-
man of this city, thoroughly conver
sant with Irish National League af
fairs, in an interview with an Associa
ted Press reporter, eluracteriws the
statements of E. L. Osreyand Attor
ney O'Bevrne of New i ork as "the
emanations of a small class of politi
cal demagogues." In response to
questions, he continued: "If a coun
tryman presumae to differ with them
politically it places him nnder sua-
pic on ; to act on tne presumption
makes them enemies for all time.
They recognise freedom of thought in
other nationalities, but deny the right
to their own. Carey's statement rel
ative to the disruption and breaking
up oi mo league generally is luise in
every particular rarnell inmself
pays that funds sent him by the
League last lull were mainly, in
strumental in securing el ctions.-
Thank Heaven, Carey only speaks for
very small numiier of the
Hibernian order in this country. In
regard to the statement that funds
may be diverted to other purposes, it
is well known that every dollar sent
the treasurer is immediately acknowl
edged by mail, reports are regularly
published by the press and auditing
committees are invariably appointed
by the con ven tion , w ho make thorough
investigations. One must assume in
the face of these facts that there is an
ulterior object In the attack. Foryears
Parnell and colleagues were supported
only by the Lesg e. Last fall a silver
lining appeared in the cloud oercast
in Ireland's horison, and then a few
wealthy Irishmen came forward for
the first time with checks for 41000
each. Then the fund was increased by
money contributed thirty-eiKht y ars
agj. Their original plan was a fund
of 100,00 1, but not being able to raise
that sum themselves they can now
be found soliciting the everyday
Irishman for aid to accomplish
this object Out of this commingling
false pretenses has grown the sem
blance of competition with the League,
thereby leading the Careys to suppose
it afforded them immunity for villitl
cation and personal attac-s on League
officers. But you can say the League
was never so strong, never so gener
ous y supported, and all Irishmen act
uated by patriotic motives have the
fullest confidence in the honor and in
tegrity of its officers.
Tb Ueorcla lfl" Had 4anIU
Keiilrd Now Mtrel Work.
IsmniAL to ths rrrL.I
Birmigh-m, Ala., April 7. A
special to the Age from Columbus
Miss., announces the disposal of the
city bonl question that has been
t hreatening some trouble to the Geor
gia Puciflu Itailwny Company, which
is now at work on a pap in its road be
tween here and there. Tho city had
issued fl00,'O of bonds in aid of
the road on condition that it
fchould ulwavs have fair freight
rates. Recently tho City Council
on the strength of alleged discrimina
tion, by a vote of 3 to i, declared the
bonds invalidated. Thereupon a pub
lie meeting was held and a resolution
passed vigorously protesting against
the action of the solons. It was then
agreed to submit to the dictation of a
majority of the tax-payers, and now a
majority havingsignea papers in favor
of the road, they have rescinded their
action and ordered the interest on the
A large force of hands begun the
work to-day of clearing 1 7 acres of
land near Avondale, jut north of Bir
mingham, to ma e sites for the Dobar
deleben Coa' and Iron Company's
nroraised rolling mill and steel works.
The furnace engineer of Witherow &
Gorddn, the Pittsburg builders, is here
toM Mate the plants. The company
has aHpital of 12,000,00 '. This first
work -m taken as a most auspicious
omonTuV Birmingham's future. i
. PIStS'ER A I' SEA.
A Reaooaer Sulked and Twt Llvrs
Nfwbiirvport, M88., April 7,
About 8 o'clock last night tlie schoon
er Beta, from Halifax, was driven .on
the beach of Plum Island. About
midnight tho proprietor of the hulf
way house discovered the Vessel, and
on going to it, found it abandoned.
Search among the sand hills revealed
a party conatatinirof' 4hre mon, two
women and a child. They were all
half dead from cold and exhaustion,
and were taken to the house ani cared
for. Tho Beta, besides her crew
of six men, had eight paesen
gers, including two women and
three children. When the vessel
struck the passengers were sent to the
cabin, where they remained until i
heavy sea almost filled it and drove
thorn into the rieeine. A trirl of three
years and an eight-months-old infant
were torn by the sea from the a ms of
their mothers and rowned. The
cook was swept into his galley and
drowned. The survivors, soakod
with water and half frozen to death,
clung to the shrouds until daybreak,
when the cabin bavins filled a few
men got ashore with a line, by means
ot which an the others were rescued
No names have been learned.
PISE niUFP, AUK.
Ths Frnlt Crop IHilnJnred )nlet
IBMOIAL Til TBS APPI1I..I
Fink-Blupf, Ark., April 7. At the
election yesterday Arthur Halland,
W. C. Brewer, Pat Gallagher and
rerdmand tiavis were elected. Every
thinir passed off ouietlv.
The fruit crop has not been injured
in this section by the recent snow and
ireeze. it promises wen.
The verdict of a iarv to-dav award
ed Christine Walker, a negro woman,
! A ll Y!..l- T. 1 w . .
HKU1UBI. tllU LillUO IVOCK, DllSSlBSippi
River and Texas railway, the sum of
$12 0 damages for injuries to her
wrist. She started to get off the train
at Rerifield and it abruptly moved-off,
throwing her against the platform.
The company appealed. , '
A 8AI AFFAIR. j
acldnal Mluaia of a IHUi
at C'sffWvllt', !.
ISPICIAI, TO fS APPt.f
Cofpiuvilkp, Mjss., Apifl 7.--A sad
affair took place here shout 5 lo'elock
this eveni if. While two of M,r. J. L.
Tbackstan's .hildren were I'hiying
with a f urn it accidentally wnt off'
the ljnd Wging in the forehesd of his
Utile daughter, about ten yearx of age,
caurlng almost instant death.
AUiat ftVa by H'a rfwIHN,
Ban Fbacioc3, Cl, April 7. A
fiusns-r, K.x., special ssys: B. U.
Benham.snpeiin'pndei tof the Copper
On eem AlioKig ComiaiY, Caaanca.
boa n shot dead at Elermosilla
rs'erdor" by rrs- eoaoliman, Fred
8 wee'. Ths aiuriienv war arrested.
No rause is assigned fw fie act. Mrs.
Benbim Is nttarly proctrAttd by the
eveLt. ' i
"I was most ready to Hum a blow
and would not brook at a! I this sort of
thing," for I knew I : tVmldi cure all
damages with SalvaUoa Oil.!-
Depaly Calleetor jVs SlMtam.
ISPIOUL TO TS 4PPBAX,! .
Jackson, Miss., April -7. Capt R.
W. Bank. United KliiU-s revenue col
lector, to-day appointed Anrfrew R.
Govan of McCouib tSty collector for
the First Revenue District of Ik issis-
sippi, vice Vincent Kowe, deceased.
Uovau is a young man oi intelligence
and fineb siness capacity, an i ottfood
moral habits, and ill make an ftetive
LcurBoari's piume, Elsbia.
Lundborr's perfume, A'p'ns Violet.
Lundboie's perfume, Lily of the
Lundbora -perfume. MarcUal Kiel
FROM THE CABINET JiOTIMPEOB
ABLE NOR IMPOSSIBLE.
Silver Urn Working Cp an Attack on
the Adra nlstratioa The Pan
ItPICIAl TO TIS APPT1L.I
Wasiiinotov, April 7. The investi
gation of the I'an-Kleetric muddle has
not quieted the apprehensions of a
large number of sincere supporters of
the President, w ho believe that the
administration should not allow itself
to be put on the defensive by any one
of its Cabinet ollieers, however guilt
less he nisy be of intentional oraetiml
wrong, ami it is evident that Demo
cratic sentiment in favor of Attorney
General Garland's retirement is grow
ing from day to day. The most impor
tant change of public opinion in favor
of Garland's retirement is in the
South, where Garland is held in tho
highest esteem personally, and that
changed opinion hs lately been mak
ing itself felt in the White-House and
in Doth branches of Congress. Even
his most sincf ru friends speak of his
Pan Electric complication as a jier
sonal and public misfortune, and
one that weakens the President and
liis party in its warfare against the
speculative anil often corrupt compli
cations of leading Republicans in the
past This sentiment is now more
pronounced and outspoken than it
was a monlk ngo. and the retirement
of Garland torn the Cabinet is not an
improbublejoiiteome of it.
NIK SILVER MKN.
. It is staWl that the silver men in
Congress ofe gelling up a eumniiitin
document which Inn already been in
dorsed by alio .t 100 Democrats, reiter
ating the position of the representa
tives of iilver, and denouncing the
action of tlie administration us evi
dencing collusion with capitalistic in
terests. This address will be put forth
abo t tlie close of the session, in time
to influence the coming Congressional
TUB INtlAN APPAIRS CoilMITTEl
of the House has determined to recom
mend the ii8sago of the bill authoriz
ing the Chief Clerk of the Indian
Olliceto act as Assistant Commissioner,
and increasing his salary from K 000 to
j 60,0. Mr. U pshaw of Tennessee is
the present Chief Clerk. I (
MAJ. j. S. RIDLEY or KtSTUCKV,
tke "clerk of the House Private Land
Claims Committee, died loddenly of
Apoplexy last evening. The commit
tee held a meeting this miming and
passed resolutions of regit't, and at
tended the remains to the depot, from
whence they went to NashtUle, Term.,
to-night. , I I
liELIEP POR ALABAMA PLOOS SCPFERER8.
Tho House Appropriation Commit
tee has directed Gen. Forney to report
to the Ho sea bill appropiiatiug $150,
000 for relief of the Alabana flood suf
W. C. Flannery, Nashville; John C.
Anderson, Bristol, Tcnn. ; A. J. How
THE PlS-I LKl TRIt".
em. Jorrb F,. JohnMon lirfore the
Washington, April 7.-Gen. Joseph
E. Johnston, Commissioner of Ksil-
roads, was examined by the Tcte-
lione liivestiiratinxt'oniiiiitu'e to-day
was very sure the ulea of using
oflieiiil i llucnce to further tho inter
ests of the company had never been
thought of by bis associate.1. He had
never beard until the subject had
been mentioned by Mr. Knney that
Senators unrland and lurrs had
written professional opiuhns touch
ing the validity of the p:tents. Ho
saw now that tho opinions ot the as
sociates as to the value of he Rogers
patent were Inuhlv extravicant.
Mr. Ranney inquired wlietbcr tho
name of Jndiw Baxter had not been
mentioned in the conversat on relative
Witness remembered tiitt "Judge
Baxter s name had been mentioned;
that a suit before him was not regarded
as particularly advisable, because he
was said to he hostile and antagonistic
to Senator Harris. Adjourned.
CAPItAL NOTr i ..
M-aniar Btalr'a Kick' Kawv Vm
Washington. Anril Senator
Blair Introduced a oi'l tho-Senate
to-day to..-ptovi(l -that ciirht hours
shall conntitnfi' ' day's work for all
letter-carriers, that their salaries
shall not be reduced by reason of the
decressa m the hours oi labor.
Calaw icnilf ratio.
Wasbinoton, Apnl 7.-1 h acting
Secretary of the Treasury has instruct
ed the Collector of Custom aM'ort
Townsend, W. T., that in eases Viere
Chinese subjects claiming to bsr
chants, teachers, students and otht
of the classes exempted from the re
strictive provisions of the ChineiV
emim-ation art arrive at that nort froni
places in countries other than China,
where there are no representatives ol
the Chinese government, he (the Col
lector) is to facilitate a determination
by the courts of the treaty rights of
the immigrants in question and is not
to send buck, without judicial exami
nation, any one unless there is posi
tive evidence they are of a prohibitory
Heeretarj Ifaaain' t'oadltlon.
Wahiiwito. April 7. Dr. Hamil
ton said this afternoon that Secretary
Kannmif s continues to improve, and
that he was able to sit in an easy cnair
to-dav for a short time. He had fre-
quantly expressed a great desire to
get out of tied, and his physicians con
sented to his doing so to-dny lor the
first time since bis attacks. The Presi
dent called on Mr. Manning to-day.
RiiMailfd Caw ravarabiy Actcol
WASHiitOTO!, April 7. A consider
able number of "suspended" cases
were acted upon favorably. They
were of three classes: First, of post
masters whose predecessors and neigh
bors had made no opposition or pro
test of any kind; second, ot those
against whose confirmation protests
had been mnde and charges filed by
others than the outgoing postmasters,
but which charges proved on investi
gation by the committee to he without
foundation; and third, caws in re
spect to which the suspended officials
1 1 11 tl themselves become rnlisfied that
there were no other charges than that
of partisan hip and hail indicated
Dieir wish, that the investigation
shaiild rest there and theapHiuteo' e
conirmed. The cases were mostly
from Virginia and North Carolina but
Iheie vere scattering cases from other
States. Among the adverse reports
was that of a Virginia postmaster
who, since his appointment, had pub
lished in a newspaper with which he
was connected, articles personally of
fensive to one of the VirgiDia Sena
tors. Among the favorable reports
was that of the postmaster at Mem
phis, This wai recommended by his
predecessor, who said he would not
take the office again if offered to him
as he was going into other business.
JHOMPSOX-W.rWdir axtraif. April
7, 1IMS. at S:30 o'elnrk, al icaidaara ol Jautt
Ktrwirt, on Pitmsro ii to.d, tiiotnu t.
Tut, if of K M. Tl-omoKoo. ana tnn ml
Wiilitat aaa tiron Imt ui Mr. Jtmm
Frloudi of tt family u tnvitad to slltti
bor burial, at Klawous CtaitUrr, tall
(THURSDAY) afternoon at 2 o'.look.
KKYNOLDS At tht nuidanro of kta
mothar, JC. U. KavsoLvf, a(i taly-lo
Fun.ral thli (THURSDAY) morning at
.Novel lies ot tho Season
at Greatly Reduced
German-American Ii. and L, Ass'n.
THE montti'r mootlnr of this aatoglattoa
will o bold ttholrvffloa, m. IS Madin a
tret. ibii (TUUK8UAY), April (lb, at
7:30 o clock p m. Lnamran bofff'tUd.
JOHN BCUKIBLKR, Pr.lid.nt.
.II. BissD'iar, Hour. trT.
124 Madison Arenue,New York City,
rpo LRT. with bord-'are, atrr roont,
A. at fliimnier prFoi, In out o4 tbo uot
eantral and di'abla ioiton ot tbo oily,
confonieot for thoin inr, anil o 'Aoi ao rn
torurf o i nil e'or-lo I earn. V iaitWa wlrb
Inn to noouie a omf..r'llo homo, afeh too A
table, by maul' i an 0 r t pil t i'iw lo J
. D , ai no huui aaurviii win nun t
ly to ibeir aJvuni' j. lioit ro'oion
for. Second ami Monroe KIh.,
Woold tall tlt.nlloa of M ftltada '
and iKitiuni to hit
NEW hPKINO NTOCK,
romprlnlnc tbo ahrlrant and Utett'doH
mm of Vnr.ua Uonda in tb smu'i
rini takxn .noeial earo la tbftlr idea
tion, I aw pl.aasd to.ar to mr Snlwrnofi
a who f?or at witk a nil to
int. oi (nod. oait.lfai in
DIt. B. L. LA SKI,
rirvslclan. Surreoa ana Accoiicher,
RBSIDKNCH AND OFFICE,
lMalnfitr'o, XHr I'nlon
PIANOS and 0UGAKS
llrecil Irtia factory lo fnrrhan
era, anttaa M per rent. Write
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878,
WftiTftriU'tl absolutely pure
Oooa. from wbtch the eieM ot
Oillwii been removed. 1 1 ha thrt
tiu$ A itmflh of Coooa mlid
wllb Hurrh, Arrowroutar Bngrt
und In thrafoi fur rooneoaoai
leal, totting V than otnt a
k. II m dclMWM, Rovrtohlnir,
itrDRthDhif, Mlty tfltaUd
tnd adiolrtbry tdftpWd for biTavi
dt M WCal M fv ptfMKU lo bMllas
fiOld bj OMOfTgTW J Haiti .'
. BAKER & CO., DorcHestGr, Mass;
Money to Loan
On Improved plantation: In
RtlMilMMlppI and ArkauMaa.
Initalluieu( plan -3, 5 or 10
varw. Anao il fulerent, not
n advance. !Vo coiiiuilaloua.
Avfoftou 'blpiuentM. Cheap
et ;tnin oOered.
Frard8 Smith Caldwell & Co.
250 Socond St, Memphis.
We live tin acentH.
Internal Revenue Notice.
1 MiurniB, Tm.. AarilS. 18.
TEILICR8 in (l.ir. It .U .ml Lin.rl
J of JKmpbi. taa , l aavmaadiM
ooantrr. aa arabs aattloi tbat tko aaa
prooar t itawaat r oar bov'M-
nioc aiT lm,r apaijit, t Haiiatf Cat.
Uotor vll. 1. Frasaaaa-at ftala ku.uul
iuaa.al.a fi'. i0"O.
, Ji 'H T. HV.WX, rilr.t.
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nn, or m-'7, xaro aao. oiata 01 Toa-
?omot. K J. WBal.tal
t api aarina iWia ik kill abiek la .vara
to in tnito-a.atb.t iho OVoaa'anta B. B.
Kerala t, it,, a raalatat.l lb, Ft Uof
Miptiraiaai. ao as. l. uraan or ia k. im
of Kama. a.i twtk aaa reidal rr (no
Bute of Taaaoo, no' ikat tko raiiaa oaa
of Iba hair, i f U. H. La Waaroo, 4oraaii
of the h.ir. al K. L. Rtoal, Xoaa-aiJ : ( Do
Witt B. bailthi a- ho biii af Et .a K.
Hul.'. ilimuWl f Chan. Ok aiaoi of Uhl
b. T-rior: mf fart O. War! a,4 T
Ward, b.r a0 1 ! J. f. Wolr, .Ida. B,
Woli. Hanrr Wi.Ua, ana of tha k.i. ml
0. A. l.aaa. oaiaa. m. aro ankaoa aad
cannot ha oaooMao a trri, t iDqqir..
1 bio an!' t '1 oaiia. dua iho
l ra pm aiaT id nsr. iwi . t
p c4. a 'War o- a. a. to o -i I inl in.
or toa aQ10 will n. i.tm I r mini'pir. '
Ih'in and t fur haariacol pailo; il ibat
a ropr f this mdir k punlinbed
- k r r lour paoca "n - m tuv oa"
pe.l. ThiaSI.' d iyvf Mron, Wi.
-8 Y MoHO B T , aa-t M.,f . 1
a P. Walrh. Papur 0 nil M.
Lao Iburatoa. aharfvr for Kpllot.
run """." -7 10 a nwna fc
abor- nainad p rllM'nlo n ' 'rlle.
It l. thrralor, oia"-a that - -lbir
apiaranfa bar-tip, at tna Coafvij (U
oi frhef t rna tjr, la 0"ph . l-4
MOST PERFECT MADE l
NgTt ' i-XCATWtww G-RArct Ton makino Crca orTAftrAftt
ill PrPriccs Cream BAKiNoTWofji
We open the Spring o4 Summer Searon in thin Drprtont with the
urAndM. iiaplay ( IIiairy afer offofoJ ouulila of Nam Vaib. Oit. ,
Wbilfi dark, solid oolorn are etill denirablo, there ii, this aveaon, ,
tlmoHt univerHal domand for Fanoy
supply thin demand than at present. Our assortment of stylos is almost be-.
wildering. The very newest and most unique designs in Kaglish aad
French High Novelties, saeh as large and small Cheoks, I'lain and Vanoy
Vrriieal Stripei, Varii gntad and Diagonal Patterns, Miksdo styles, eto., we
havo iu uoJloMH proluNion. The entire line is 0UII 8PKCIAL OWN IM
PORTATION, and the most etrrful judgment and eiperieeoe Kas been
brounht to bear in iu soleotioD. The designs are ALL peculiar! OUR
OWN and eannot be found outside this Department.
For street and house wear we five below a few of our speoial drive.
f - f 1 Ladies' Unhlesehed Rtlhritgan Ilnse, foil regular made, extra
LUt l""lengih and Silk Clocked, 2;"o per pair, worth 40.
f rtf O Ladies' Unbleaehud nalbrirgiin Hone, full regular made, extra
Lti) b r"",-nvth and aupertioe Silk Cluokod, 35o or 3 pair fer f 1, worth
5Uo a pair.
r .1 Q Lvlics' Culton Ilona in Pork, Solid Colors, and Dlaok, full
i'.Ol regular made, Oil Colors, 'i")o, worth 40o.
Ladies' Cotton Hose in IVk, Solid Colors, and B'aok, with
"all white Coot (somethiog new), U5j a ptir or 3 pairs for fl,
worth 50o pair.
Tf K Miseellaneomi Lidice' Slripod Cotton Uose, New 8prin
MA)L J""rit)les, 25e, 35e, BOo, C5o a pair. All lull regular made and
' fast oolors.
T - A. p An swortment of Children's School Hose, all siiea, in plain
liOL U"nd Frenoh Ribbed, Dark, Solid Colors, 25a a pair.
T f Infants' i snd Hose in White, Ecru, Loe and RrabnueVed,
JLOl """rliriped snd 8Hd Colors, in Cotton. Lisle and Hilk, t5e, 35o,
40o, Wc, Wx), 75o a pair.
lEIifSI & Silil
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 326 and 338 Main St.. Memphis, Tenn.
WX ARE IN DAILY RB0KIPI 9 DK4IR ABLR PBIW 4SJO SI IT WW KB
4itN, wH ok a. aRar to tbo Trado anon tha anil faioraola tarmi Our prioot .
all) mtmyrnj fkaoraaiy with tboaa el any oiarkat in tbo United etataa. We aro Ai.la tor
Teaneaste JtaHnfactarlug' Co.'s Plaids DrIIU. Mhnetlno;, hlrtl(r, Etc.
J. K. GODlJlN k CO
And Commission Merchants.
Nom. Jl4 ami iltt 9fnllMon Ntrvet. Vniphl0.
r. MtCADOU. W.P. OCBATABT.
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
VOo tt2 Vo.ntii Hirovt. ITninli1x. Tahh
M18 be adai.l( jofjN E, MASK M a me tbarot ourSra, tod.to frnro Mirobl.tisX
. . u.P. MuOADDKN nt
I i " aOmrMB.:4L4SA,iii .lr kii f naelal atuatioa to all Oottun aan.UnMi t.i u . . j
Stylos. Wo wore ne?er better able to
MABTIBJ MELLX. I. E.BiABU.