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MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1SS0.
VOL. XLVI NO. 118.
THE LOUISVILLE CCl'
"WON BY LCCEf B. 15 THE SLOW
THE 01" 4:08 14,
mite and an eighth. Burch iron by a
legth: Eolian second. Snrino-fieM
fWi Race. Viila nnH an aitrli'fc
Weaver won bv lentrth: Kinir Vic LOOKED
tor seiend. Boohme third. Tim
1 :59j. Mntuala paid $105.
THE MESIDEH'S VETO
FOB OX A SUXBER OF
Beating Punfct and Irith Pat Four
Other Good Races-Tae
K. Mrfckrnrldae Out
Southern Patents and Soothers Pos
tal Orders The t py right BUI
Louisyiili-, Kv , Vay 18. Weather
food and warm, track fast, a'tendance
la-ge. J he cup race was -a slow one.
Onc-ha'f mile. C arion (lOSl.-Iillis;
Asfaltus (1"5), MeCartly; Laredo
(110), M llerj Burley (107), Ktoval;
Jacobin (111), Panders; Com L. (102),
Cooper; Prodigal ( 113), J. Lewie; Vio-
icue (M'-J, k. Harris; i-.nchanresg
(10l), lhgley; Margery (107), Withers
Ktbellion 1106), J Johnston; Steve
Jerome (1U5J, luller. Non-etarter:
helting. Prodigal, $50; Jacobin,
t-areuo, rzi ; ua-d, JSO.
. goon tiart wiuiout le-:ay was
made, Prodigal soon going to the
iront, lol owed by Jacobin and L.
redo. Prod gal was not headed, and
n nanuuy Dy one lengui; Jacobin
Beionu, i,areuo tnir, nve lengths oil
iirae-U:49. Mutuals paid 14 U0.
ne mile and an eighth. Doolittle
V-M), i Allen; Ntormer ()8). Covine-
ton; Warfellow (i8), J. Johnston;
Krdurer (108), Withers; Alabama
(W4). K. Harris; l'orter Ashe (1113), W.
Jones; tm ma Jehnson 1-3), Step;
jva-nna (mil, iktiUy; Uottio K. (98),
T. lUchards; Lncas (105), -B Kvans;
ujero jiiMj. Miller. iNen starter
Betting. L iero, $12.r;Enl:ircr, t7.":
Lucas, 40; Katrina, :lo;. eld. $!00
Lucas, Katrina trnd Alub-ma were
very elese up at the. start .Kndurer
luunn. mere was no cliam-e tor five.
eights of a mile, th n Kndurer
closed up, taking the lead in the
siretcn, loiloweU by l'orter Ashe. Kn-
durer was not headed and won easily
by two lengths; Porter Ashe second.
.katrina third, naif aleng h off. Time
i Mutuals paid 1 17 90.
Vlllun a nan
TI..TmJm:". - Th.rr.lF,,r.
ZnlTlU 114M? Crlig theadof theoY firm E
f.nnJ,0! Covington; Irish Pat failed to-d a v sine h han h in
I 1111). f l"nutri,.l V .... . r.i I . , . . vu ...
1 SPECIAL TO TBI APPIAL.l -
Pikb I!i.crc, Arw.. Vnv 18. Th
Hon. C. H Breckonrulge to-d-y
formally annound hi m If in thn
local press of this city, a candidate for
re-election to Congress from this dis
trict. It is thought that he will not
have any opposition in the nominating
Tn Nonthrrn MnhmliHt Oeacrsl
Richmond. Va.. Mav isT),a
A V . 1 Al. ' .
-ueinou si episcopal Conference tc
day appointed a resolution to recon
sider the action of the Committee on
the Board of Missions, looking to an
important change in the financial ar
rangements. Action on the subject
The committee ha vine ronnidern.
tioa of the subject one rning preach
ers whese conduct in general is repre
hensible and who don't pay their
iei)ts, reported against further legis
lation on the subject.
lb 'report of the CnmnnttpA nn
Publishing Inte'ests affirmed the
principle tint the hooV agent should
not decline any advertisement because
he may not be fr endlv to nr tmtrnn
of the'periodicals, but thought no ad
ditio l legislation necessary.
At 11 o'clock the Conference went
into an election of bishops, and up to
1 o'clock I).m. he rallini? of thn hut nf
de egntcs on the firsi ballot had nnt
The most rromiront rersonn holnw
voUd for are C. 1$ (iallowar of M s-
issippi, L It Hendrix ot Wifsouri.
W. W, Dune in of Souti Carnlinn. (i
P Fit.gerald of TennR...T S k"
of Georgia and N. H. 1). Wilson nf
Wasiiikoton, May 18. Sage mem
bers of Congress who are disgusted
because the House passed the river
and Harbor bill without printing,
and who expect to ee it dou led in
size by the Senate, are predicting its
accrptancs by the House in an en
larged shape and a veto by tho Presi
dent. 'Ihey are also confident of a
veto of the ixniisville subtreosurv
bill and postothce appropriation bill
if it is sent to him with the $800,100
subsidy clause in it.
Samuel R. Bvrd, Blurt" Creek, Miss.,
cotton-seed distributor; Edward K.
C illiston, jr , Krin, Tenn., instantan
eous shutter for cameras; Geo. K.
Cook, Clarksville, Tenn , shingle saw
ing machine; Lundb ad il. Krnest,
Mobile, Ala., hat mirror; Alpheus
Fay, Columbia, Tenn., quilting frame
for sewing machines; Joseph A. Ua
boury, Montgomery, A la., compressor;
Leveu S Goodrich, Warner, Tenn.,
apparatus for the manufacture of char
coal and cnarcoil kin; Wm. W.
Holly, Tupelo, Miss., pile driver; Geo
W. Knight, assignor of one half to J.
It Addison, Butler, Ala,, indicator for
postolli e boxes; Algernon 8. Nor
wood, West Point, Miss., device lor
cutting and gumming saw teeth ; John
T. Honeycutt, Kemper county, Miss.,
could hope to accomplish nothing this
time unless thev secured the House
by a two-thirds mnioritv. enabling
mem io puss measure over a rresi
Mr. Morrison, indeed, ta'ked in the
strain of a man who did not believe
the next House the particular nrim
I t , v . .
iiiui riiuiT pa:iy nn"U icci nscu call
upon to go all lengths to capture.
Washington, May 18.-Confirmations.
Gen W . 8. Kosecrans, Kegister
of Treasury. Consuls-P. Slaub of
Tennesnee at St. Gllo; ictor Vilquan
of Nebraska at B rranqnilla; John M.
liuck of West lrguua at Nagasiti.
Collectors of Cus oms Chas. C.
Sweeney, listrictof Galveston. Tex
Obidiah Cutler, District of Niagara, N.
i. ourveyors oi uusioms-Jioht. U,
Jo'dan, port of Oniaha, Neb.: II. 8,
Beetle, port of New York; 8 W. Buit,
Javal Officer of Customs, District of
New York; Lawrence Harrigan, Ap
praiser oi merciitmiise, port ot St.
Ixniis, Mo ; John II. Farley, Collector
of Internal Revenue, Kwht-enth Dis
trict oi Ohio; lulward K. rogg, Ke
cciver of Public moneys. Beatrice,
K.s.; Wm. W. H. Davis,
BKtnt, Philadelphia; Edgar h Wilson,
IJai.;.,.. r.t T 1 iiii: ' 1
tiriou ui 1JUUU MlUtU, VUVyiMlIl(
NEWS IN BRIEF.
'Bettinn. Lnck R. sssn: Trioii P
.fl. PnnU i; . ' '
Lucky B at once took the lead, fol
lowed by runka and Irish Eat. The
nrsi mue wa- simply cantered. There
was no change of position to the end
Lucky JJ won easily by one length ;
m uuu Buuobd, lrisu rat a na third.
lime 4 :U8. Mutuals paid $ 7 10.
. FOURTH C.ACE.
' Cine mile and one nnnrt ftr
Joseph (98), Kelly: Test (112J, With-
pni jvoune uvington; 8ove
eign Pat (j), McCarthy; Conklini?
(115), Rich rdson:
iiiVans; Wioblow (W6), Fuller. Non-
, starters: Irish rat ami Ascemtor.
iteUiPi.-Tust, '50: Conklinf, 120;
ouYorpigu rwi, zu; neia, fit.
ai me start Gonn ung at once rushed
business for himself, las been at time
the mo t important factor in the oil
market. His transactions were enor
mously cold and wel -planned. Ah
near ns can be es imated, the lirji was
"long" , about 300 000 b-n.lH nn.l
the diflerences will amoiMa' to from
100(0li0totl25,00a. he members of
the firm sayt that the abeet will go
tlirough the clear'ng heuso all riL'ht
to morrow, ani in a few dvg willbe
able io resume. The firm has larim
terests in the Kane.-.-ikld nrl Tn
Waslun.ton county, as well as other
property, ani will bo aW4o meet all
claims upon it in time. 8 xsnonths aeo
Hopedale ('05), B. Mr Craig was worth half aalllion. He
iimw ioi),"un in .tne Dim movement
last year, and fully t:j00,.00in the bear
ram woicn nppan in iictrAoranri nn
through thecli. He lost heavfly when
on advanced to l. W.- anrtS-ran hnv
i into the lead rr 'wo lengths, followed Injratirom 78 to 72. Suchoilaaishehl
by ovl'relgn Pat, Sir Joseph and Test, fornim-is well cove-ed, and' the local
uia ins own lor one mile. I """" iubo iionuug.
men lest moved up, took the I.".d in
the stretch, ami won easily bval -.ntrth
;nd a half; Oonklinir second. to
lengths tn front of Sovcre gn il'at,
i third. Time 2:10. Mutuals maid
$14 70. 1
One mile and one-siutcenth. XTim
;,Nave (9J), Covington: Little Fellow
- (93), Step; Fabiw (94), J. Johnston;
Maggie Mitchel (104), i. Mitchell;
-TTom Barlow (9h), R Sanders; Eileen
-(104), McCarthy; Brevet (90), 11.
-Jone,; Nora.T. i(98),..Iiut.nes: May
:-Lady (92), Cooper. '
Betting. Fabins, tV; UWe Fellow,
$525; Jim Nave, $l; field $35. ;
May Lady at onoc 'rushod in h
firont, closely followed by Eileen. At
aueaau-miie pole alay Lady had the
muxj won, jim iave second. There
as no change of positions to the end.
iy iiauy won easily by two langtlis
Jain JSave second, tkr.e lentrths ir
front of Fabius, third. Time 1:50J,
Mrituals paid Hi.
7:he w.nncr was bcs;ht in fry the
owoor at an advxnce of $110 osor the
THKiPOOLtSKLMNO tist cask.
In the lest case of the Law and Or
ler Club against Enx'le Boclier,
chagod witli selliag pools at the xac s
in violation of a recent legislative
.enacuueni, . jnugs llMtrpnon yealer
.Jay held Boulier to .answer before the
Entries, weights and betting:
iirrf dlace.- The Tennesaoe staLe,
tLree fourths of a mile. Hioda (late
Piaythinjr),(107), 125 : Braca Ran (1 10),
3vi; iJieawea (iu), ; 1'oteeo (110L
U-o; rrocrasuna ion (iiu), J3U.
Hagbla'i irfiSeat Parekase,
LiDisviLLB. Kr. May 18. J. B
Hutsin, the Californ a turfman, this
mcramg ruretiesed, through an agent
the celebra'ed brood mars Maud
Hampton, ot Msj. B. T. Thomas,
tTCk farm near Lexington. She
the dim of Bad Fox, Hogtia's crack
.con. ine purchase pries was f 10,01)0,
Trailing- mt Point BreB Park.
PinumtLPHtA, May 18. The spring
Kriuog AueeuDg u roint iireeze park
Ojeed. ito-day with two hoUjr con-
Fird Eace. Three minute clans.
seven staciers. Moalton won tie sec
ond, mxtn.and seventh heats and the
race. Graceful won the t.ird and
foucth, Harold won the fifth, And Lady
lierould the first. Best time 2:S1.
Scvnd Hacc-r 2:X0 class -unfinis tied
after seven Jieats, fifteen starters.
Faro won tho f n th aad fifth and
trotted. a dead heat, with Brighton in
ihe sixtu. Gee. Ewing took the first
and second, Brighton the sever. th and
a dead heat in tee sixth. Orange Boy
won the third .beat. Best time
rirnt lr if Bnltlmor Hprimg
Baltimokk, Md., Hay 18 Today
was the i ret day of the spring meet
ing of the Maryland Jockey Club.
The weather km threatening, but toe
racing was good
Fir Race. Tbroe-foneChs of a mile.
i maiden pllowanopc. Binonette won
K ' by a length ; Stratheppey socond, Lord
II ILornethi'd. Time-1:18.
f I v &rond Kacf. Home-bred stakes, f-r
! j tbree-yeir-olJ colts; one mile. Eurus
H ; won by three lengths; Lsnsdowne sec
i ond, lioct and Bye third., Time
?! ; 1:44.
I ' Third Bi&. 3el'irig race; one mile.
,i " .Bonnie S. won bv a length ; John C.
second, Letrit a tfiird. Time 1:45.
., fourth Jiact. Kancoas handicap;
The Sllaalloa In lb C'tatcsg-o Lam-
CmcAao, III.. May 18.-The f itna
t'on in the lumber district lemaina
iibslaotially ts it wes ,.nter u
There re ahont the s-me num
ber of puro'men in the different sc-
tiors Varioc s meetings of the stn k
ei8 were htld laft night Toeerneral
sentiment of these favored a continua
tion oftha striks. Ihs men ssy whn
qusstianed itdivilually thuttiie mtss
ot ths rank and fils ara ftvo-abletos
letnrn to work on the o'd bais, but
are controlled by a few leaders who
ineht on rrcloneini the s'rik. r.nm.
bar dftl-rs bays determined to a!t
until to morrow or Thursday, anrl ihn
li me oia -employes don e ietain to
woik hy wiil all in new men to
tike their (.piaces. II jw this will af
fect the present status rema nu to be
At Pullman all the men, excepting
70 of odd cabint t makr, returned to
woik this tacrninit at the old wages
and the ume hours as heretofore
'J be Bail-mill-ot Gumming starled up
mis uiorumg wt tae nrn time tn two
week. Superintendent McClounsaid
be had thirty men at work aad ex
pasted to have a half force to-morrow.
itasoclatloa of Textile Jf an a tact-
Phtladblpqia, Pa., May 18. An
a&aec'iation of iteitile .manufacturers
was formed here, yesterday, embracing
neiirly all the cironxinen' firms. Over
150 of the wealthiett producers of th
city and urruouidin.- country, repre
seutin?, it is es' imated, tlott.OOOOOO
capita,!, were present. Tlie objecta of
the association are the establishmen t
of fair .end uniform mage', the preven
tion of strikes, the settlement of dif
ferences between employers and ODT-
atives,aad the protection of the aiem-
aers trow worthless ami incompetent
operatives The members are mutu
ally plmlgsd to stand by one another
in case ol strikes or demands tor ad-
viiced wages by their employee, and
should a strike occlt in any one fac
tory the nulls of all will be summarily
closed nntii the strike is sett hd Batia-
fjetor.ly to the employer .in wiioee
miU it occui'ied.
PBOi-KKSioNAi etiauette prevents tome
aociofs irom advert sing tneir skill.
but we are boaad by no saicIi onven-
iionil rules and think thi if we make
a discovery that in of ben fit to our
fellows, .we on girt to spread the fact to
th wholn land. Therefore we cause
to be pnbiished throuchout tlie land
the fact that Dr. R. V. Pierce's "Ool
den Medieal Discovery" is the best
known remedy for consumption
(scrofula of ithe lungs) and kindred
diseases, fceud 10 cecta in stamps for
Dr. Pierce's complete treatise on con
sumption, with unsurnassed means of
seli-treaunent. Address, World's
D'spensary Medical Association. 633
Main Street, Buffalo, N. ?.
SOI THKBS POSTAL ORPKRS.
New Postmasters and New Offices
Norman F. Robinson, Dry Run, Dal
las county, Art.; Wm. R. Dedman,
Greenfield, Poinsett county, Ark. ;
Simon S Finger, Finger, Tippah
Star Service- ChansreB Alabama:
Falkville to Cotaco, fr. m July 1, 188ti,
extend services by Hulaco, Morgan
county; May-Apple, Culman county,
and S raw berry, Blount county, to
end at Summit, Blount county, in
creasing distance sixteen and a half
miles. Arkansas- Searcy to Clinton
fr m May 24, increase service between
Heber and Shiloh six miles to twice a
week. Mississippi: Raymond to
Midway, from July 1st, embrace sup
ply of Palestine next after RaymonJ,
increasing distance three miles; Wil
cox to McCool. From July let re
extend service iy Keen to beg n at
Kenaga, Choctaw county, incretsing
distance six miles.
Special Service Discontinued A'a
bauia: Hulaco, Morgan county, from
Cotiico from June 30th; Strawberry,
Blount county, from Summit from
June3ilth. Missis ippi: Keen, Choc
taw county, from Wilcox from June
3 th ; Palestine, Hind county, from
Midway from June both.
Fourth Class Pcstmasters Discontinued-James
M. Adams, Bear Crock,
Ark ; Amos C. Morgan, Marengo,
Tenn. ; John T. Stewart. Lone Rock.
Ark.; Jno. Miller, Russellville, Tenn.
TBB COrVRIOBT BILL
which the Senate Committee on Pat
ents has agreed to report favorably as
prebably the best measure stta nable,
proposes to give foreign authors a
copyright in tho United States on
condition that their books shall be
printed in this country, snd prohibits
the importation .of foreign hooks
Tois is a concession to publishers, but
it will hardly get through thij session.
MR. W.J. CBOKKORD,
whobasben prominent y connected
for a number of years wi h the New
York H'orW, Detroit. .Free Prett, and
Frank Leslie's publications as edito
rial and special writer, has been en
gaged by the Washington lJailv Pott
ior us editorial stall and entered on
his duties on Sunday last.
TUB HBNATR PENSION'S COMMITTF.C
have reported a substitute f ir tho
House Mexican pension bill. The
Senate bill pensions only those who
served fourteen days or more, either
in the Mexican war or border wars,
and all those above th aee of sixtv-
to years. Those .under that ago fe
pensioned only for disability.
John E. Chapman, Knoxville,
Tenn ; J. E. L'eeves, Jonesboro,
Tenn.; L. II Richardson, Memphis,
Tenn.; John Friuel, Nashville, Tenn ;
W. C. H'.elly, Kingston, Tenn.; R. C.
Terry, Terry, Miss.
Louisville, Ky., May 18. Tho Ken
tncky legislature adjourned to-night
New York, May 18. The total ex-po-ts
from this port for the past week
were valued at $S,(iS0 009.
Louisville, -,May IS.-KmHh's Ohio
Falls Cooperaso shops were to night
destroyed by an incendiary fire. Jxjss
about $40,00j, insnmnce, 110,003.
Halifax, N. S , May 18-11. M. S.
Emerald arrived here to-day from
Bermuda. She will leave in a few
days for Newfoundland in fishoiy
New York, May 18. Ex President
Arthur to-day, for the first time in
seven weeks, went to drive in Central
l'ark. D is said to-night that he feels
no ill effects from his outing.
New Y'ork, May 18. J. W. Craig,
one oi the largest on traders both in
ew York and in the West, has failed
About 600 0J0 barrels of oil have
been bought under the rule (or his
Columbus, Ohio, May 18. TheS'ato
Sinking Fund Commission has elf ct-
ed a one year loin of fiva hundred
thousand dollars with Albert Nutter
of Cincinnati, at 3J per cent, interest.
Halifax. N. S.. May 18. A toWram
from Digby says that an order for the
sale of the sct-omer David J, Adams
by the Sheriff has been received. Ail
the fish and other porishable articles
will be sold at ouce.
New Y'ork, May 18, Relative to the
cable dispatch received to day to the
eifect that the Ninth Regiment and
the Clan-Na-liaol had offered to send
10.000 men to impose home rulo on
Ulstr, an officer of the regiment this
evening said thre was no tru h in it.
similar denials are raido for the Cian-Na-Gael.
New York. May 18 -Ollicia's of the
coal companies say trad is very dul1,
and tht there are no prospects of any
further advance in prices at present
The out. ut for June will be deter
mined on Thursday. It will be heav
ier than last month's, probably 2,600,
0;;0 tons. Prices of coal this yer aver
age 00 rents decline as comnsrd wi.h
the corresponding period of 1885.
Nw Yobk, May il8 -Trial of tho
sun oi James li. Uooilsell to recover
S '50.000 damages .from tho Western
I'nion Telegraph Company, and
which has occupied a jury in Ju tge
O'Gorman's coart during two weeks
past, was thu atte-noon c osed by a
verdict for Goodsell against the
Western Union for the full amount, to
wnicn was added 17.0 for cninse!
THE TRADES CJIOJS.
OFFICERS IN SECRET fLSSION AT
Resolutions Adopted Which Will Be
Submitted to the knights or
Labor at Cleveland.
Pbilapklphia, Pa., May 18 Olfi
ceis ot twenty national t'mii'V uuioos
met heie witu closed doors thil nf-.er-ncon
to take united action, it wrs
stated, to resitt tho encroachments
being mads npen open unions by the
Kuightsof Libor. William Wiehe of
Pittsburg, pres'deat of thsAmilgt.
mated b icit-ty of Iron aud N eel Work
crs presided. P. J. Magntre of C eve
land, who represented Ui 9 National
Brotherhood of Carpsn'en and Join
ers, actd as secret try and Vice Prest.
dent John H - Kirch nar of the
Cgir Makers International Union
occupied the chair. Twenty delegates
representing the natioual nuionsof the
lo lawing trader, were ptcieiit: Coal
miners, piiutars. Iron uinuldere, cigar
maKeis, carpenters, lira k'fvers. iron
anu steel woikers, lurniture mskeis,
granite cutterj. listeis. boiler niskeis
tailors, metal woikeis, naileis, htatera
and rollers, boot snd shoe stitcherB,
FUreotyners, and the National Fedtra
linn i f I racks. IM ers uleduinir them
selves ti stand by the action ot the
conference, were lootlved from tha
druegs's, plas blowers, wod hst
nniehers, telegraphers, Ohio Val
ley Trades Assembly, si.k acd fur
bat fiuuhem, flint glats-woikerit,
p'ano-makers, engineers and ma-
chiniftiand mulespinneis. Trie thirty-two
associations represented bv
dtlegatosor ltttsis were claimol to
have a toul membership tf 07.7.-0.
ion representative oi each orgauizi
tion presented its grievances. At lh
close of the evening s?stion, which
continued until after midnight, the
tecretary stated that rs)lutiona had
b en adopted declaring that in view
of the success that bui attended the
efforts of the national and iuier-
natsnnal unions in the past, thev
oouui siricuy preserve llitiir die-
mot and individual autonomy:
that It Is not deemed advisable for an v
trades union to be controlled by, or to
juiii, ina ivDignts oi m jor in a Douy,
believing thtt trades onions a o best
qualified t regulate their own internal
trade afidiis. The rdsolutioris further
declare that it m the pnrprse of car
tain element of the KnlgUa cf Labor
to destroy the trades unions, and that
this element makes it p iiut to en
crcach on the mission aud preroga
tives of the trades anions, arousing an
tagoniemand provoking disaensinnsin
the labor movement t J the delight and
satisfaction nf the capita i.t. Tbe
eonfrren -e, lnwever, (oocluded that
some c ncerted plan of action was ab
solu'cly necey arv to prevent the con
tinuance of this destructive policy and
to establish harmonicui and fraternal
relations between all tbe virious
branches of organ's d labor, and a set
of terms was dial tod with this object
in view, to be presented as a treaty for
the cousideta ion oi the Knights of
Labor, which will meet next Tuesday
t Cleveland. The nature of the terms
was not disci lsed.
They will besnbmitted to the Gen
eral Executive Board of the Kniph's
of Labor Monday next by a committee.
JONH P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Victor Wagon Scales, Wheel and Drag Scrapers,
WHEELBARROWS, LAWN 1U0WERS
DOOR Ml) WINDOW SCREENS,
DesJardins. Miller & Oootes
39-4 MAIN NT., .MEN PHIS, TUNN.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. R. HOD W IN, Pres'U J. . HOuiHUit, Vtee-Pres'U C. H. KIJiE, Cashier
Borrl or Dlreotora.
Zf TJ'J!,r;,EJ' J. M- WOOUBAR. J. R. GODWIN,
JW. 8. HKIIUHj M. UAV1N, J. W. f AI.LH.
. M. NKLSON, T. B. KIMS, W. P W'N AVAST
. W. BMITIt ' OIIARLKS fNEY. R J. BLACK
W. N. WILKfeRSON. H. TVcOIMCK. fr. T COKIN.
JOHN AKMlaTBAI), 0. B. uKY AN. A. W. NEWbOM.
ST Depnaltory of Ilia !! at TrnMnxii n tmwml Bnwklac
' ! MimwImI Al(Mtta Ut llltuy.-tm
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f 1 SPRINfJ AND b'UMMKR STO(!K If now bothpIbU, son.t.t
1 - m or th lutuat tint ohuirnat clin In all th Moveltlai In
rmluooj in loraiva murksti. Mr itilooliiini rs mn.lo with iramt
n ut tnomti na uualitr, in oritur to ol'or to (tit i.ubliolha
tioa of mv palpation nf a I tkrum iLlitrtiniiir nf th nwul aUiit ,U.
isni in SKUlliH rK(H.si:v WD1,.h .m ntmnuli lortk.
Infpaotloa of mt rrionJi dJ tb imblio, nt my old iU. il,
Vor. Nneond mill Jpllrroaa Nm.
fry Goodsjfojioiis, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 326 and 328 Main St.. Memphis, Tenn.
WKAI!f PAJW RROKIl'T WK U.iilHAULB MPKINH 1RD NCWB
.hi.. ui"l wWoh w oir to lh Trnds uoon tn moat nirorkbl terma. Oor nrioas
wUl eompw faronblr with tbua of ny nmrliat in tb U utl.d atoUi. W t AiatiU for
Tennessee Munorueturlnir Co.' Plaids, Drills, Sheeting, Nhlrtlnr, Etc
' TnivTTvrr;iT Tjw,
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TRY THEM ! TRY TUEMl TRY THEM!
Try Zellner's English Walkinpjtast Shoes
BOTTO-Suddonlj, May lR,18SH,laeis V ,
oungeation ot Mi r od ibe Lnnit 0,
lotto. Aaed fliubt yara alabt monthi and
Ponoral Irom raaidanca of kla mother. No.
H4 Beoond itraet, this (WEDNESDAY) af
ternooi, itSo'olook. ?rlnda (fth fnmlly
InyiUd to atUnd.
T3KNN ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER
tOYAL ARCH CHAPTER
I, F. A A. M . 'a, will meat
hI cuoTooatmn lhia"c 5r
SDAYI vnnini, May
o'clock, for work in tha,'
Damages were claimed by Goodsell Pi"t "d Mot Kziient MaaUr'a datreea,
for breach, of retract, tb. Western
Union having failed to inako good a nallyan.i oonllally Inritid.
iDth, at 8 i
contract Ooodet-ll held with tho
Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph
Company, which the Western Union
By order M AHCUU JONES, M.E.I1.P.
AUeni! ioni V. 1 RtpR, lieoratary.
Notice Is Hereby liiven
rptTATO. L. Adamaon ia no Inn
1 for the "Arkan'.a Farmer and Ida-
obanio and tbe "balioe Courier.'
li. D. LAYMAN, Pnh. and Prop.
, Cablart Veetlqa;.
Warhinotow, Mayl8.-One of the
t-picg cwnsiderrd at tlie Cabinet meet
cng to-day was the seizure of Ameri
can fishing vessels by the Canadian
authorities for alleged yiolation ot
Closing prices of Jane option" nt
Utucayo yesterday: fork, $8 771;
lard, r.(l 5c; clear rib tides, 640c
corn, .itjc; wneai, t4c; ohm, jc.
Visitobs on Change yesterday : 11.
A. Partee, Fort KmitU; Cap . R. P.
ISishop and K T. Anderson, Homes-
ville, AIo ; K. 11. Sor.ull, Miss. ; Isaac
Shafer. (Stanton, Ter n ; J. K. Mill-
sop, Paris; K D. Concannon, St.
Lkjuis; Chas. I lavia, 3-w 1 ork.
Clevblakd. O.. Mav 18. For ten
days ran a crcup of German Anar-
chis'g have been holding meeiinK on
ttie e-t sue, and call n? on ptrioris
their B'nte to arm with pun I and
boaits To day Mayer G. W. Gar doer
iesn'd a prrclarcat'on f nh'ddirg such
meetirg'. The police will disrr-e all
snch ciowc'8 benafr and arrett u e
leaders if net esscrr.
Have tried Toniraline with irood r.-
sults, ancl find it will cure the worst
forms of rheumatism. Have cured
my wife, who had a m-st agg-avated
cae. J. L i:cp, M. 1 , 8outh
railed Io Pm His Examination.
WasHijiCTiK, May 18. Commodore
Wt?i. K. Mace fai'lod to pass his ex
amination for promotion to be rear
admiral, acd the President t:t)-day
granted his request t) be planed oil
the Retired hot of the navy, .with the
rank of comcodor", under the ifoity-
year -service provision. Inere aro
now two vacrncies ia itlie grade of
rear admirals, Sor which Commodoro
James 12. Jonett (acting aear admiral)
and Commodore John II. Uuasell.are
ehgib!e in the order named.
Tne Telephone) Investlaatloa.
Washington, May 18. Ic the tele
nhone in refit ration in Aar Mr Van
Benthuysen asked to have witnesses
examined kr the purpose of impeach
ing former testimony, but the request
Tne President's BVew York Trip.
WAsifiKr.Toit, May 18. The Presi
dent will leave WasLington Fur day
ev. n ut, the SOUi instant, for lirook
lyn. where t e w ill review the Decora
tion Day parade the following morning,
and will review the parade in New
ioik City in the afternoon, if possi
ble. At any rate, be will attend the
exercises at thu Aca iemy of Mnsie.
Ho will return to Washington Tues
A Talk WHn Mr. ilorrbon.
Washington, May 18. Mr. Morri
son, in an interview, said he would
call up the tariff bill in about two
weeks, after the naval appropriation
bill had heen disposed of. He thinks
his bill will pass, but is particular
not to go into details of iUntrength.
Speak irw; of the approaching cam
paiirn, he mid he did not look to 8 e
the 11 publicans exert themse'ves to
t.' e fullest to capture the House. He
rajher expects them to husband their
strtngth and resources for tho Presi
dential contest, w hen there will be fo
very auch uior" to strive for. They j
Hotil Brr. Gkorgs, 51'Clark itreet,
Briokiyn, fireprocf, beet const'U'itirjn,
s iinnoioiy located on urooklyn
tlei(ititj, close to Brit(f,,hnly to
central DOiut of Nw Y'irk City and
Con!v Inland, with rarre luxury .at
. L 1 .. .
one-iaira prirei; 4uu reimi, all elec
tric-lighted (10.) batb-rooms), hand
.somely decorated; very 'best npbol
eieien lUTi nre; nneet beduinc; con.
caded to be obp of the fioest hotels in
(be co ut try. Transient rites, $2 50
per day, with private toilet. Single
roomp, $l per eight j open all night;
cuisine ansnrpaseea. '
OaKenn's Attorney In TrewkU.
New Yobk, May 18. Char If H.
Read, formerly an attorney of thia
Stite in Chicago, and subsequently
chitf coudssI lor Charles J. Ga tenu,
tne awainin ot irfsident uarnld.
was arrested here to-day, aad to-nittht
occnpies a cell in Ladlow street Jail
in default of bail, charesd bv Camn-
bill 4. Co. with embfB&iement of $1700.
Ho furfber iacts ir obtainable to
Geo. W. ToifPKiNs. M.D. 78 Cum
berland street, J?roolyn, N. Y., writes
sune y, j ;-. -i u.e pleasure in
lecommenuiog aucock a 1'orous l ias
tors in all cases of general debility.
especially wliere the pains are severe
over the rtgions ot the kidneys, liver
ana cnest; marked lmprov- ment oe
curs toon as reliet trom sullering is
rH WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16. 1HS8.
KJ will all for nun-rtaiilent nwnnri.
liublio ou'ory, on the promlrei, that (leasa
ble proiterty known ae the "Clavbrook Hni-
division, lying betwoon Pop armrroloo tha
Diirth and Union arenas on the aotith. and
Juai Deyona ins reeiaenee nt Juan uvertou,
r., on Union avenue. The property ha
been divided into ae a lot ao aa to auit the
wania of purnhaaera buylmr maeb or little.
It ia eonvenient to the afreet cara, on Poplar
itreet, and tha trade and road bed la b.ina
firepa'ed for (ravelin lbs road in Iront of
t on Union arenas. w bel eva it ta hm th
moat euitable property for reeidenne en the
mane', ana an opportunity In bar aneh
property la asldom sSersi. I'roirty la
beini rapidly aold for rsaideniwi eaat of tha
city, became l! la potent up by raiirsada aa
in tne ncrthera and southern port ona of
TevRMS One-third eaak i ba anas tn oae
and two yeara, with 6 per oant. intereat.
Mapieaobs aeenatour office uitU dav nf
aaie. vianigj a unuevnNUK, Aatl
rjlln HOTKL, AI.I'IW NPKIN6N,
" Hoekbridie Co., Va. High up in the
Virginia mountain!, rintureaqueeurronnd
Inaa.eJitenaireand beaatiiullr aholed lawn,
tiaa, electrie bell', and all modern iinprove-
menia. iwoaaliym IIS. Doat. lalarraiih and
etpreae offloea on the promUea. fable the
very seit. tiuiuriooily rurniabed roema
luisrb band nf muais. Hend for illmtratec
pamphlet. Charae' modsra'e. Open for ria
iiiiifuii, auiu. nauirt: Clival, naiyorau
auu rwiiMr, ft. i. w iL.riip Boiy.man ir,
f, ,1 1 WUHIU A . . . . ..... . .
Sr-HS'S!; ZZ ""."".iniu p;ii,ui tns seat la the sus
iKLLNKll 3 Uta'li..a, in all abaima and ityiei, are the neh-
bie.t aAd haiit in tha Ilnil.il Hl,.i..
ZKliKMH'S Hea' HbnoBkrs tbe beat that are Baas.
ZKI.LN b'K'H blllren-s Nkoes will ears oo aions.
KKLLNKR'H killeaNbeMHiond eIIpers are the kand-
abapslleatand moat atrllih, and are cheaier than asy
othera oi euual era da
ZELLN'ER'8 'J I. ml !. Kll Hnltnn Nhoea,
with silk worsted bolt n holea, are the greatest bar-
CORSET SHOES For WEAK ANKLESSole Ajrenta
wasnd yoar orders or eoms and eiam'ne their trend aa'nrtmsntof FlNBBoOTti.
bUOKa AND HLlPPKIlH.-wn
rzsziXjXjN'TT-rnL tj oo boo ivta-Itaj hiuhbit '
o-Illuatrated Oatalnsnea Bon', free on Appiioatlon.-W
No. 380 Main Street, femplils.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST IMIICEH I OIt CASH Olt TIME.
KbptWnsiV mill T.onlw. Now PinnnM fnr l?4nt
OR. C. McLME'S
mas relief from sulTering ig f TlTTlfl TI T T fl
Lrtho8er,asier8 LIVliM rlLLb
Lundborq's perforce, Eden is.
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg'i perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Kiel I
A man is wiser for his learning, and
the sooner ho learns that the only
proper way to cure a cough or cold is
to use Dr. Bull's Couirh Svrup, the
better he is ofl".
fuliHcrlbe fir the' ,ApIeal.,'
BE SURE YOU OKT TUB OrTSlilNE, Th
Counterleita are matle m bt. Lonis, Mo.
Merchants (.ottou I'rt ss & Stonige Co.
MeKFHU. Tti., April M, LSs.
rpiIE acnu'il meatinr of the stockholders
a. ot ttiie company win do nsiu at us ciu-e,
No. 9 5tmiioo tret, on
Helui-.da, May 19, 1SHO,
from .12 m. to 3 p.m., tor tbe purpo.e ol elect
ing tieven (71 lure- to-s tn wrve the enruinf
year. H. K. JBUaiUUMbH X, becreiary.
And Commission Merchants,
Xoa. 34 and 30 Madison Street. Menip.itt
WOODS & SWOOPE,
arrlaRN, I1uKk1c, Waffonw, IlaraieKH, NhMIch, ARrlouI.nral
Imploinente) mid Slnclilner).
Decring Reapers, Mowers & all Steel Binders
CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES,
No. 8a Wecond Street Memphis. Tenn.
Oils t&3 INTTTeEtl Stores
Office. 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
jUAtlOR MPR(UA beautiful health
, resort. The waters of IheaeHnrinra bars
long been known lor their remarkable eura-
uts qnaimee. in. aprlnna are aern in
nnmber, each anrlnt onntaininc different
euratire powers. The bath bogie is supplied
" -wwh nnf ii aiirinirs.
These a bl in e-mnentlon with drinkine ibe
water from ihs aprinea anitad tn lha innlld.'
ailment aot UOWailullv nn Tk...
diflenint wate-a bave no equal for the euro of
an aiuuer anu oiaannr trounios, rueuuia
tiam, paralysis, neuralgia, dyipepala, soro'.
nla, satin h, rhionie aloobolia poisons, fe
male weaknesaca, all diieases of the liver
" apiecn, nonorrnnius, aropay ana all dis-
eaMBor ine asnniainai and pemo Tiaeera,
wfi.a u.oiiliauia flonallLullana. anil aa nn
effieieat brain and n.rre tunio thia water has
no equal in the world. These snr nuara In.
eated In Ciae oount . Til . flv. mil.. nn.ik r
viar vui, a Tinata on tne main una or the
Ohio i and Alississippl railway, I(W miles lrnm
Bt. Loais, 2:iS miles from Cinoinnati, VU
unaa irom iiouiivine, Hy. Kicuramn tirk-
..a lur h i at a I tinknt nninmm i,r t i ft a m
R. U.. and sinnartina lin.a. Writ. ft.. ir.
eulara and othe- information 'o
U. K. Ill LPS, Pri-rrietor,
Bailor Eptinm, (Jla rounty, HI.
PIANOS and ORGANS
Dlmwl fratrn Faelorj tn Pnrchna.
rra, snvlnc as per rsnt.rwrlte
Monte Ticltengat Co., SemphJn
1)K. R. L. LASKI,
rhyslclim, Surgeon and Accuuclier,
RFS1DENCB AND OfFICE,
313 JHaln (Street, Xear l oloc.
Telephone Ho. S3.
Stilko the Iron While It's Hot.
In order to more eer Immerse stock vs.
make the following- t'U.ri
Good Rraw Ilatsat JSe ftOoand75
ti n f ine Straw Hata ai....Jl. rl 9ft si a,
UmaJI Straw llonaata, all eolurs. 'mu
titra null Uriii liats, lor oountry.....25
feautiful Roaes, all colors, per doaen.,
ioi.i", N,r unaen..
lluttercuDS. i.r dotcn
varnaiion i in. s, per u -sen..
Eleaant Bonrhe ot Kloers.."....V.7.'...'.a
Kxlra Fine Bunch. a of Vli.ar.r. ..
Imp .rted French t'l i..r irm """"'sl Tn
w.lrlrti I ips (3 lu bnrh) lor S5
rutte, Li.ares. Moms all k'ciie of ma
terial to make Attiaoial Flowers.
The Finest Aaeortment of DOLLS in the city.
II ilia RfMhanril, Frmhrr. f'u..Mi
Iy xl mud t'urlHl.
GOLDEN UAIR WASH h, the email .
We Make a Specially of Millinery.
r-mpioymc tee Pest Hand t i the ciy, it
our whole attention to it, and we deli cvm
petitloa io that liiio.