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Th English Derby in run yeeter
day under cirr-nmetancea of exception
al brilliancy. Ormond waa the winner.
Th Bradstreet agen'y reporti 152
failures in the United States during
the week ending May 21, 1880, against
156 in the preceding .week, and 184,
183, 155 and 116 in the corresponding
weeks of 1885, 1834, 1883 and 1882 re
spectively. Middle States, 36; New
England Statts, 17; Southern States,
24; Westrn States, 51 ; Pacific States
and Territories, 24; Canada, 12. To
tal in the United States and Canada,
It is a great outrage that just now,
when Mr. Gladstone, with Mr. Parnell,
is trvlng to secure honn rule for Ire
land, a few blatherskites proposing
to reoresent the citirens of the United
States of Irish birthshouldbe engaged
in a conference looking to an attact
pon Canada. Absurd, so far as any
real movement in that direction is
concerned, it is a crminal act of folly,
which the Tory enemies of Ireland
will hasten to make use of. Surely
the Irish at home and abroad
hav reason, above all other peoples
in the world, to pray, "Save us from
our friends." -
THE MTIOUL CAPITOL
BIGHT OF 1HSKA. TO A. TERRI
Aa LuestifftMoB Lit the Sliver
Profit Fond-Gen. Mile and
Tub canvass in Georgia promises to
an one of unusual bitterness. The
fifil i n rr Antrim ilftred bv Gordon and
Bacor, the two most prominent can
didates for Governor, has communi
cated itself to the Congressional dis
tricts, where the candidates promise
to make it warm for each other. The
people should make an example of
these hot-heads, and teach them a les
son that will serve them and their
kind for all coming time. Ttiey
should rule them all off the track and
notn nate dark horses of known char
acter and ability. Georgia is orolihc
f such men and they should be mus
tered in'o service to the exclusion of
f these politicians who prefer person
alities to the discussion of tbe ques
tions of the day.
Tas people of Springfield, Mass,
yesterday and Monday celebrated the
250th anniversary of the settlement
( that city with becoming ceremo
nies and enthusiasm. They have a
jreat dfal to be proud of. As 'he
New York Herald fays, the annals of
Springfield "are full of B'.irring ai
venture. Ten years after William
Pvnchon. with a few followers, in
1635, encamped on the banks of the
Connecticut the first Uongregationai
church was built. It had two tu -rets,
ne to be Used as a watch tower and
the other to hold the bell, which
served the double purpose of calling
the lettlers to worship and giving the
alarm in case of danger. Thoso were
alays when the old flint-lock and the
Bible were laid side by side, each to
be used as occasion required "
Ths Rev. Dr. Braun preached a ser
mon in St. Tatr ck's cathedral, New
Yorir, last Sunday that has attracted a
great deal of well-deserved attention.
It was devoted to the three great
erimes that are prevalent in America
mari-al infidelity, theft and anarchy.
All threara crying evils. Marital
infidelitv is breaking up homes
In manv States; theft is
everywhere rampant, in public offic s
and in the ringi that control specula
tion, that water s ockand make com
binations to freeze out the poorer
stockholders of great manufactories.
This 'ast is the meanest sort of theft
It is a confidence game, in playing
which the games'ers are worse than
4k i,,iaa-hrfaltAr or the footnad. The
miouuuou j 1 .
third crime is on against law and or
dor, and is ta be dealt with promptly
and as severely as the law prjvides
Washington, MavS6.-Gov Swine
ford f Alaska, Mr. Turner of the Sig
nal Service bureau, and Mr. Pahl of
the Coast Survey, addressed the House
Committee on Territories to-day in
advocacy of the right of Alaska to a
full ter i o ial form of government,
with the right of ownership of land.
Mr F.llintL renrmentina the Alaska
Commercial Company, opposed the
proposition, taking the ground that
the maioritv of the inhabitants were
Indians and uneducated, b it he,
however, desired the privilege of own-
Washington. Mar 26. Nothing is
known at the War Department in re
gard t i the reported action oi uen
Mil pa in ottering rewards for ths cap
tiro of the lenegad Apache, dead or
al ve It is stated that if such is the
case it is an act for which Gen. Miles
alone is responsible,- and that it will
. . i 1 .1. 11' T.
not De sanciioneu uy uio
nrim,nt There are no funds avail
ohlo for Hiirh a niiruoee. and it is stid
further that such a course would not
be considered civilized warfare, even
against bloo tthirgty savagen.
The Silver ProSU fMd.
Washington, May 20. Tho House
Committee on Coinage. Weifchta and
Mo.anrPH tndiv agreed to report fa
vorablv a resolution, intioduced by
Representative Adams of Illinois, di
in ilm Secretary of the Treasury
to furnish to the House a detailed
statement of all snms expended by
tVi ri-ifl'erent mints and as ay offices
from the fund known as the silver
piolit fund, authorized by section 3256
of the Revised Statutes, from and In
cluding the year 1878 to the present
xnrmirs TEXW.. THURSDAY, MAY 27, 18S6.
illUilu - - - -j
DERBY Dl! M E5GLAS0.
VOL. XL VI NO. 12-i.
Tub Greenville Timet, for the good
and benefit of the people of the "Shoe
st.rW district, calls "for the renom
inationof Mr. Catchings. To his quick
intelligence, rare tact and strong char
acter, ho now adds Congressional
Avnprience : an invaluable accessory,
iio Una nnnireit knowlcdee of and
(devotion to that chief in'erest, which
worthy of any man's ambition, had he
neglected we would have lore;worn
him had he been our brother. By
arduous and constant labor he has se
cured a place on the Rivet and Harbor
Committee, without which all else
would have bsen of no avail. For the
reasons above we call for Mr. Catch
ings' renomination. The issue upon
which we base the call is one vital and
deep. It will nor, in the Yazoo delta
. at least, be narrowed or supplemented
by a local, if not a mere personal
Or ALLthesntvivalsof brutalizing,
bigoted prejud:c,that cone ived by
the O ange societies of Ireland sur
passes them all. These organizations
have their foundations in hate and
detestation of the Catholics and
exercise a baneful influence in per
petuating the divisions that have
made t Ireland the easy prey of
English greed and rapacity for centu
ries. The prospect of home rule for
their di tr ct?d country affords these
blind bigots a fresh opportunity of
shjwing how they are oppossi to
everything that is beneficial and nec
essary to ber welfare, and they are air
ing themselves as if the "Battle of the
Bovne"had beea tougot yeueruay,
and the Tope had resumed tbe sover
eignty an Hinglisn preuecewn'r pio
ti (iprtov II in an evil hoar.
' Tney are doingvw work of the devil
in the name of Christ, and are reduc-
ine Protestant Civilization to pitnui
The Nievena Arreat.
Waki?ington. Mav 26. At the re.
quest of numerous interested persons,
tha K,,.rniorv nf Ht&te i ecentl V tele-:
eranhed to Uuited States Minitters at J
st Petersburg and Teheran lor intor
mation in legard to Thomas Stevens,
who was arrested in Afghanistan on
his journr around the world on a
bicycle. An answer has been received
from the Minister at Teheran, saying
that Stevens is a Bri ish subject a d
was not allowed to go through Afghan
istan, and t' at ho is now on his way
back to Constantinople.
The Telephone Inquiry,
Washington May 24. The Tele
phone Investigating Committee held
o lnnir Kxecutive fession yesterday to
nonsuit t s to their report. Details are
t vn tn the miblic. DUl enouifu in
tnn.n to warrant the statement that
thnrfi will be two repojte. It is un
derstood that tue KepuDiicans win
make whatever political capital they
an out ot it, ana tney win prouauiy
to iivnn n minority renon c usur-
in f iin Atiornev uenerai. uuu iciuuira
others. The majority report, it is now
undo stood, will coniple ely exonerate
i, o.roinnt. whom the attack was
leveled, though it is quue prooauio
that. it. mav reflect somewhat upon
Roerg, who, though not under inves
tigation, has been pretty well investi
gated. Another meeting will be held
to day to further consider the report.
The Dingier MhlpplBg Bill.
w0a,NnTM. Mav 26. The con
nn the JJinelev enippine oiu
to day reac hed an agreement on that
measure. The House conferees ac
o,itnri thn amendments inserted by
the Senate, and the only change
made in the clause toucnina me uur
.i,.n fuimrii.a was intended to correct
a verbil erro-. Mr. lungiev wm -
nnrt the result ot tne conierence w
ti,Q HiniHR tn mo'row.
Tim lrw iiont has lHSUea an execu'
; r,r,inr flnsino- all the departments
Monday, the 3lst insiani, ro ennui-?
the employes to pr icipate in tn
,Wnrt on ot the craves oi ino wuy
diers who fell during the rebellion.
Provoacd Amendment to tbe Awrl
Washington, May 26. Senator Call
submitted a prop sed amendment to
the agricultural appropnauuu , uiu,
van ii i ri n c all machinery purchased
..n.in tio iM-nvinions of that bill, to be
built in tbe United States, wholly of
domest c material na proviaing mav
experiments in diffusion of carbonate,
applied to sorghum or other tropical
sugar enne, must be mader'during the
sngar-making seas n of the present
year, and no other sugar-taaking ex
periments slull be allowed under the
provisions of the act j
convention to day, and nominated the
following ticket: becrewry oi maie,
Rev. J. H. Hughes, of Wayne county;
Auditor, Sylvester Johnson, of. Marion
county; Treasurer, P. 0. Perkins, of
S .J'eph countv; Judge of the su
preme Court, R. S. Durggins. of Jasner
county; Attornev General, Judge W.
M. Land, of tiibson county ; isupenn-
tendent ot ruonc iimminuu, v. . .
H -agin, of Wavne. The SuteCentral
Committee organized by electing John
Ratlin", of Grant county, chairman,
and S)lvtster Johnson secretary.
Where lumen t. rr ""f
rapllble. Urn Hmmj rrleada.
loomMronDmci e tii Arrir,.l
Britnswh k. Tsnn.. May 26 To day
about 12 o'clock the residence of Mrs
x T. Ru, klvcaimht fire, which threat
ened several other buildings ii close
proximity, for awhile, txcuemeni
ran high, but the citizens responded
promptly when the alarm was sound
ed, and after a bard fight subdued the
flames J'amage Sligiu; no msur
Tim nwesti-ng. recommenuaiions,
etc., made by "Amicus" in e terday s
Arnlnnrht conperninB the Bolt n be
quest meets with the approbation of
all our people. From his figures the
norm a nft rin Mffll DlHiril l l'u Iiu
see a glimmer of hope in the bye and
bye. ... ....
In lt Sunday s issue ot uie ap
rKAU we saw mai me jiu " r
Hopsb" was riled. We indorse him
w are. too. Hurrah for Greer! He
made oi e mistake, however, when he
Baid that Brogan had r.oopponeni.
rinr unrtlit townsman John M. Grif
fin sspires to the omce oi vriuiium
Court Clerk on the Republican ticket,
and thinks his chances good. Mr
Griffin is very well known, ana v.iu
aid strength to the ticket.
The young ladies and gettlemen of
the town are making extensive pre
parations for the coming festival,
which will be on Friday niv'ht, May
2Sth, in the K. of H. hall. They ex
pect to have an abundance of ice
cream, strawberries, cakes and lemon
ade, music, etc. Quite a large crowd
is expecte" ir m th9 neighboring dis
tricts. Among the large crowd ex
pected we hope to see all our candi
dates. Come, worthy gentlemen, and
give ns a hearty shake of the hacd.
ORHOSDE THE WIXXER
With The Bard Steoad and St. aH
rla Talrd-Aa Ixeltlnj Flaish
Betweea the Leaders.
i HARVEST M SHOE BUYERS.
i HEALTH IS 1ESNESEE.
Average Uarlag Apill About
That f Mareb.
Lonoo, May 2d -Tbe race for the
Derby stakes was run at i-psom to
di.y. It was won by the Duke of
Wettminsters nay con urmonur.
Vr. R. Peck's chestnut colt Ihe Bard
reenred second place, and Mr. Y. K
Graham's brown colt St. Mirin third.
OrmonH won the 2000 suineas states
at Newmarket, and since then has
besn a hot f .vorite for the Derby.
Summary Enwl of th Drbr iUkei of
50 loveMiKin Mch, for eolti M a ni-
itSituDKiliat. men iwtr-nK-m.
. i . - . h.lf. turtlnf At tho
Kw High Level trtinf-ot. The owner of
nil the third 190 iov.r.ifin oat of the
pukea. Two hundred lubfcriberi.
IT v I ... I Uulmlnllar'! k A Omollda.
1 UD ilUIl "I --. . ... ".. - - - ' ,
i. lt.n.1 Or. out of Lily Aiom - 1
Mr. R. Peck'i eh e Th. B.rd, by Petrarch,
out of Magdalen, bj 8ren r.a -.-r"
Mr. 11. R. Urahm' brebt. Mlrla.br
Hermit, out of Ladf Paramonnt
Thn weather at Enom at the time
nf the ram u-aa an old-fashioned May
day, light sun showers acd tunshine
altertajng. Tbe wind blew quite
strong. Toe right and early morntn",
however, had been damt , and as a re
.u:t thn track wad Leavy, 1 he nsul
na attandid t'ie race. Enormous
nrnwrla name fioui all dirdc'i ts, botb
ly rail, vebiole end al ot. Mote than
the mual Dumber of Ameriiana were
n.unt Rnvtral Biilei dnllv eouipped
...v. whirh wore driven down
from London, were entirely ocenpied
by Americans. Among these weie
Mr. Mackay, Mr. Henry Wattereoo,
Mr. Hnllivan, Oot sul-tieneral Waller,
i. vinarlrlirn of Hartford. Mr. ren
field, Mrs. Morgan of Springfield and
Fred Areber, the well-known jockey,
,nri. thn winner. He alsi rode for
v,A qoon nlni at ataknfl.
The Bard was ridden by Wood and
Rt Mirln by Cannon. The other
starters and thtlr Jockeys
y.i.tlanii'a ry eolt Uray
Iird Calinorne's bay colt
Orborn; Mr. iG.limbeit
rii..H I tha Dnka 0
stem's b. f. Coracls, Webb ; the Duke of
nofri'. Viritrn colt Button Park, O.
Kerint: and tbe Duke ot Beaufort's
A rial. Wllltjn.
fh lout hntttnir stood: 85 ti 40 on
Ormonde; 7 to 2 atainst the Bard; 40
to lrgitnaf Bt.
tim Piiar: 50
mi ... 1 .lyalni. t Krharia and Button
B.rk. -0() to 1 aiainst Ariel and
nnranin and Ormonde sot off In the
lead. Afler 00 yards Ariel took up
the running and got clear of Coiaclf,
.i '.. uin.iii hv Chelsea and
Scheiz. Ormonde bad been pulled
v.,.,,1, i tha airla of The Hard. !
n Tottnnhelm h)ll Coracle
crossed the lead, end Ormondowith a
rush gained third place. Ormonde
oni Tha Rarrl closed at the bend and
enteied the straight together. Coming
away irom the teat the two ran an ex
...i in tha finish. Ormonde
winmng easily by a length and a baif ;
St. Minna bamniro. nuie .t
First Day or tbe Jerome Pnrta
nj.nr Vnaic. Mav 26. The summer
meeting at Jerome I'rk opened to day
with cloudy ana com wt-nuinr, um
MtltK laraa and fashionable audience,
Public betting was prohibited and the
.nil orrmtHil nifflit nersons wbo vio
fated the law in that respect This
put a damner on what proved to be a
very rxcellent day's racing.
Firnl .Km . Three-quarters of a mile,
R.-ck and Rve won by a length and a
half; Dry Slonopoie seconu, atsiuu
n TnwrrwQTrrw ht?OS. liAviniE discontinued their Shoe Department,
have their enUre. took of Boot, and Shoe, to ZELLNER & CO. 300 Mala
Streerat aW half of original cost, who are fully determined to let the
1 vu .v.m tli, full beneniS OI Hie treai uuiuui
Beciunine WEDNESDAY, MAY 26th, these good, will be put on wde at
7T.T.I.NER k CO.'SShoe Store, auu jwain oweei, - -
&juL,iMXix. in, w ' , , . i m r.f tViptti tHL season
ur known here. Ihe eood. are iresa
purchase. . o..,. t o-- Chnoe in frtrrPflnnnrl
We have also Marked Down Our own txiensive owe ui DUUiS .. r--
Th early eomer. will have the best pick of Styles and Sixes. JJon z ie vat-
opportunity pass a. it does not come often.
; SILLIER & 00.
300 M 11
Notice of Dissolution.
(IB prtnerihlp haretorora inline
(in ralai Dapartmant) batwren tha un-
dart(cned i thi. da dur.il"!. at. .
i:t)NAWAi anuiaei an imuim
lacti all elalrna. nnM.wiv
Mar as. we. C ' f ' 0' K KKFKr
TKt'STaK'M HlLK OV
MACHINERY AT AUCTION,
At tha ihopa of th. P. BYhNB Mr'U CO.,
940 l.lBJ at., Haanvnie,
I . , 111 im V. tiAaa SAlt 11!
were: Lord lT&r.;r H&. i
rriar, vyaiia; .nuina, l-horta powar, oo. . .u-
'ab.0.Cbel- ".hTTi ft. b.dV oo.t 1 analna
Sale to continue Thirty Pays
JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Victor Wagon Scales, Wheel and Drag Scrapers,
WHEELBARROWS, LAWN MOWERS
DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS,
r & Rootes
"WHOLESALE HARD W Alii.,
J. H. HAT.
Lata of J.b. Dar ASon.
W. M. HOHI,
LU of Maachaui Ji Hurtoa.
J. W. Hall.fT,
Late of Vailar Corlnttoa
v.nm tha Ttfurrl of Health balletin
n. Anil If am that the crand total
ol iickneaa in the State duricg April
Was about the average oi turn ior
March. As a anaie tac or in o eswe,
rnalar'a ia tnoie pronouueed thai at
any tm tiace wmwr ufg,
la'gur arm nmu u
lor the momh. The
w porta ehowtt to have teen fr-sint
in iocalitioa huh no among the too'-
bills of he tumb.rlana moun ama,
as well rs the low 'ands which form
Tenorsiee's wafer front a'ong tve Mib
iebippi river. The prevrt linn dis iaees
in the Stf te, tnraed in the order of
their greater preva'ence, lor Apr I
were malarial lever, pi earn mi, ta
Ufihal fevtr, rheainatijui ard dveen-
teiry. Mumos are rporiea m uiu
conntieeot jjranaiin.iiiuini. uuai
ntA. Lrudon.- MflMinc. Po'k and
Wayne; mrailrs in Hsmiltop, Henry,
M.aconaricl BQeiDy; lypuoiu mvu m
Fiayetie, Frank ia, Robertson and Wil
liamon; whooping-cough in Lake,
MiMionand Wayne; sianei rever iu
Favatte. Hamil on and Shelby, and
diphtheria in Davideon acd Smith.
1 ON 'CHANGE.
Visitors on 'Chance yesterday: J.
Goldman, St. Louis, Mo.; C. M. Lara
ilnn. Lima. O. : Miss Katie Duncan,
Urenada. alias. ; Miss Annie Gav, city; t Jay
W. L. Capell, Brownsville, Tcnn ; B. . .Qne and one-alxteenth
Itr W 1 A. T.:AnDnM Avar I K Vt . , 1. 1 1
uuniwri, iuiuiij,iu. mllea Backi'one won oy uu
Thi Manchfster Gmnban, in its ienatb; Brambhtin second, Kelrain
commercial article; says: The mar- n)rri. Timi 1:581
aoraw Bmimii iiM. - ... v- , - ; ..'uri.
1 a art.aa mlffltl. I.1M. r 1.. LIVWI VW..V-..' '.
Iturrathaad lalha, eoat M2i 1 ar cutter
and outtara, e..t 1410; 1 braia ruttine laUia.
4 ft. bad, eoat llftOi I borlna latht. f Jj
DAT, HORTON & BALLET,
to 1 against Chelwa; n,;r,', ".to. , pli.a oultlni tooli. tap dial.
aa a .aflarni fll BlflVULUrBa VUllunii auviv."i
1 (team aloratcir. 3k) pound; i oaatinaa, iny
flttlnm. pullaja. ato. I lumbar, wood male
rial, wire roei 2 waionn. barrnna and I
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
380-362 Tmnt Street Memphis. Tcniu
k...... . I., i iiftinilm 1 nra-urooi aaia: .
mrlom; N lewinir machine motoni 30 Pre
'i i.. n.u.tl.Iiia.. mIi... nta.
In order that partial at a ditanoe may. know
that it it drit-olain, iouia of It not beina in
uaa a year and all in good working order,
p.rtlx. in In rented can examine it at any
time before the aje.
nn. n. L. laski.
PbvBlclun, Sort-eon and Accout ner,
RB8IDBNCB AND OFFICS.
S13 Main fStrcel, Kear Uulou.
e .nvi llTTtV TlRI'lKLMGn 1. VIA
ii,.'i.iti. SKiivicie. Meinphit.
Tenn., Way M. Wo.-Sealc.t propo.au .o
furnlRD luomiiieDre " ,vlu.'. , " n
quired for the uie of the U. 8. M.rine Ho.
?7..r. .1.1. rf.i.lni, thn Aural year end
ing June .'UI, lrW, will be rereivod at the 01
. ?! .1.1 it.. ; -,l i..i.int Huraeon In
09 U 'tier a " ' . , a 1. 1 a
Charge, Cuntoin-Mouie. until noon of the lt
d" of June. 1WW. Brhadule. will be fiir
niahed npon applloalion at ihn ofllca. The
UnlteJ Biaiei rerYe iuo nan.
formalities, and to roj-ot any or all bida.
H. 11 r.ntloa al ciu.ior. ibiiip
aenarai . 8. T. A K M8T HON .
OFF & HI
i i a. I . il A t
ajtlll In the market.
209 MAIN STREET, i t
wlilt m rnll amort
Nrwaail flal slieet
ma rv Secretary Lamar
proportions, l'oor Ireland! oeiween
.Ha 1 iranffpmnn tin uii mim auu ...v
proposed invaders of Canada on the
other, she is having a monkey and
; parrot time of it.
who ifl to
Home time during the so mmer, was a
Miss Dean, a descendant of an old
and wealthy Georgia .family. Prior
to her marriage to Gen Holt there is
believed to have been a romantic at
tachment between her and Mr. La
m0r who at trat time was quite a
young man. Eventa did not shape
themselves as the yonng people
,;i,n,i anil aitar a time Miss Dean
marrieA Mr. Holt and Mr. Lamar
ri oil anmn one else. Mrs. Holt
,,.cnn tViA mother of two daughters,
both of whom are married-one to
Mr. Bergen, the representative of an
old Macon family; the other to Capt.
Kobert E. Tark, formerly 01 juagrange.
When uen. Holt uieu, some yea
. 1 . e I - Ae.. 4a Mfltitan
ago, he leit his wue an coi-.kj
at $150,000. She had aluo inherited
......a mnriAv from her father, go that
ehe became one of the richest women
in Georgia. Mo t 01 ner property m
invested in local ana rauruau
s curities. She has a large interest in
the Southwestern railroad, of which
her brother in-law, uoi. juulu, m pic
ident. Col. Jones and his wife, who
live at Mac n. re an mat is leu 01
immediate lamily of Mra. Holt, aside
from hor children. er sou iu iw
and daughter, Cant, and Mrs. I ark,
live with her m tne iamny wuuu,
which is one 01 tne nanuBouierm
Macon. It stands in t he center 01
handsome bit of property m ineiuu
(..liniiti'o nart. nf the citV. ThlS IS
thn nnlv niaca of real estate which
Mrs. Holt owna.
PBEPAai FOR FLOOD.
Ttinnnalinna rflllar Wallfl and bUlld'
Dge subject to overflow should be con
iaville Cement. It ia
ket ia quiet. The business of l uesday
waa not. 11 n to the averaco. For India
and China the t'ansactions have been
moitnratn Kor other directions there
is a light demand for goods. Tbe
nearer foreign marketa and the home
markets are quiet. The sales made
have been mostly in small quantities.
The firmness of cotton influences sell
ers in kll departments, but does not
affect buyers. Export yarns are neg
l cted, except for Austria, where there
fa a nroannnt. of an advance in the im
port duties The cloth trade is fairly
Btamlv. Tha tendency of prices is in
favor of buyers, though sellers are not
inclined to yie a.
Tongalin is a valuable remedy ;
whi'e of service in all formsof neural
gia, its best eiiecis are seen iu hmuuk
neuralgias 01 rrteumauu origin uo
not met a single case of this ordinarily
troublesome disease which did nid not
speedily get rel ef from Tongaline. I
can recommend it.
J. F. STEVENS. M. D., Shabbona, Ills.
The Chicago Anarrblata
Chicago, III., May 28.-8tate's At
torney Grinnell is authority for the
sta ement that no indictment were
drawn or ordered by the grand jniy
anainst the Anarchist yfsterdav.
Within half an hour after that body
adjourned this afternoon it ws cur
rent that they had found true bills.
It is stated on good authority that
bills were made out and signed by
Foreman Hills this afternoon. These
were all drawn on the charge of mur
der as accessories before the fact, and
the best information was to the effect
that included in the indictments were
the names of August Spies, A. K.
Parsons, Samuel Fielden, Michael
Schwab and Herman Schnandel. It
aereed to withhold the indict
ments and return no true bills until,
the cases had been disposedof. h .
. m .if 1.-
LcsriBOBo's perfume", fidenie.
Lundborg'e perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg'a perfiune, Lily of the
Valley. . . ;r
Lund bora penume, maxuuai i
etrncted wih Louisville Cement.
Isdiauapouh, Id., May 20. The
prohibitionisteof Indiana met in b ate
Blar Br Cob tract.
Chicago, III, May 20 -The pack-ing-house
of Armour & Co ot this city
has just executed a contract to ""PPjy
the French Government witH 7,000,000
pounds of beef in cans, to be pu t up in
the special can adopted for ns. by the
French army. This is stated to be the
largest individual contract ever award
ed to one firm in the nu-at-packing in
Uv contracting a severe (tmgh and
cold, I was compelled to give up my
daily work and keep to the house. A
neighbor recommended moto try a
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough fcyrup; it
was procured aod used; fo iay aston
ishment reuei waa insianiaawjua.
REV. W. CLATION, faytlr. M4.
ThirA Race. Fordham handicap,
winneis pai.aliy.4d, one and one-qnar-
ter miles, oiarmrai ' i."
o TTnut r.inna. Minr.i Co t. Him-
in j nil) , t ,
alva. Beneller, Vta lflower, R yal
Arob, Maumee and Knfert. U ae
ii.,t. - am. th flBt to snow in front.
but oon reidel by Ihe Mlmi
Coir. whi".h ia lur 1 gve p ice
R ival A-ch wbo he'd the led only
t.iniv. lml nii succeeded by
MauT.e;iri the finish, howevr, the
Mimi Co-, very cleverly ridden,
landed w nuer by a noik, Rnpe t
oroud. length n f oot of Manmee,
third. Time 2:14J.
Fourth Race Tue Withers stakes
fir three-yeai-olds; one mile. Starter:
Wa taway (imported). Sxonby, Mink,
Repaitee, Amalgam, Laneclowne,
Lookout. BiggonDftt, PoriUnd, In
spector B. and Heidlaad. Bigiionnott
rn in third plate, trailing Kepartce
.nH TrarBfi'fr. till Efter the Ihre9-
qnarters poia was passed, when he
made ply for the front, followed by
Mink. The e was a hot struggle, but.
Biggonnett won by a length ; Kepartae
eecood, Hea Jland third. Time-1 :48.
Fifth Race Selling allowances; one
mile and one-si xteen'h. Duke of
Westmoreland oo by six 'en'the;
Moocshire econd, vVindsall thud.
Time l:52i. , v
.Kirih AW.-Hmdicap ttreplecbaw;
-ll Bnry O'Mo-rre ItOO t
will:Ditu bance aecond, Dangei field
thiid. Tim' 6:0H J-
Brlahloa Bea4 Kaeea.
Niw Yobs, MV 20. Brghlon
Kjhv Thrfe-anartere of a
mile. TU won by a nee ; uanao
aecraJ,Tresurer third. Time 1:18.
Afleai- Race. Selling allowance,
onemile. Oeceola won by a length;
Ernef t second, Brunswick tntiu. lime
Third Race Selling allowance, seven-eighths
of a mile. Valley torge
wen by a length ; Herter second, Don
ald A. tftftjL Time-1 :31L '
Fourtiiljifacfi Seven-eighths ot a
mile. ittoW won by eieht lengths;
Stngerly roebnd, Fletch Taylor tnird.
Time 1:31 J. t
Fifth Race. Handicap hurdle race,
mile and a quarter. Harry Mann won
by a length ; Ecquador eeoond, Worth
third, lime i-xzi.
NAN f0 x ?
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25.00C(
J.K.BODTTW.Pren. J.M.eM)UBAK, Vlce-lWt. C. H. BAINE, CaakSe.
J. R. eODWIS, f
Bort or Dlraotor.
w a r rr1U k D J,
? CUAaUlcS KN.ET,
riiT.Krs . fi - n. n. liny
"tbe Hanan" thue
will wove Biitiefaotory to
g.ntlomau wno worn.
We are pinnnw ii""
manufaotur. of thow ah. the raaolla of 30
Z yuaia- eKpcrtoni ana etudy, of what wl.l
Eleoae, Bl coicfort end wear
- mithfullv. Try thorn.
'"itol!" fr "-d. MdSuVawVat waldaua.
m & mm
To the Traveling I'ablle.
m.ummi. T.... Mav 24. IMA.
"VWINO lo tbe ehanire of aore of the
J MerrailiU ana unariemun iii;"- -Monday,
May 31t. No. 2 leaylng Memphla
. ... . u.. wuk -ill k. d leontinned.
No- "inl M.mpbi. at 10:W a.m. May
31t. will be l leontiooeo. ..,
W.T ... . a ai Malffinhil alt OlaOal.l
May 31at will be abandoned. No. S arrtyinj
at Memi-hia at 4:56 p.m. May 31it will be
Heaular traini will ba renomed, ommene
Idk witb the rJomemlle aooommo latioa. at
6 : P-"-- pyRAM.SnwrlnUnd.nt.
Nob. 328 and 328
Co.'B Plaids, Drills, Sheetlof, Hblrtlaff, I
im ARB IM DAILY RBCKIPT
W uiuinN. whlnh wa offer to
will eompara favorably with thoee
TRF?ORD-8uitlnly. Wednesday. May
. 18i46, Joai A. TyyaD. aed nineteen
v ...... I .ill tka rilaea trom reiidenoe of
hi) father. Oeorra W. Trefford, 193 Broad-
v u 1 1 ) a r mornini ata .v - -
tha family inylted to attend.
Special Notice to Shippers
Tk. Kkr. COAHOMA will leave for
Helen, and Kriar. Point THIS DAY (Than
j i..J SATURDAY at 5 .m.
Nallee la fthlpaera.
Maariis, T.. May 20,
. mwt a . ik. .banaa nf a? IA ri al U I taaj
( ) M.mnhli and Charleiton Kailrqad na
Monday, Ma Slat, no freiyht will be ra
ceived after 6 o'eloek p.m. Jhurjday, May
27th, antilU o'clock noon May 3 .
to uomu oeiween mroi'" "u Vh i.
whioh will be reoe-ved on til 5 p m May W b.
After May20th all freiht in cuoiJ, Iota
Blast be nnloaaea wiinm 'Yil k. "
a fur arrival at destination, or It will be un
folded by the Company at the eipen" of
the eoniitnee. All partial "-"J'4, ?
bave every ear nnioaaeu vj i. v .v
Batnrday. May Wh. -...,,..
Mississippi &Tennefisee H.B.CO.
MmPHif TtHf , May 12, m.
TUB Preaident and mreeiora oi "
aiaalppi and Tennearee Kroad Com
pany, la aoooroante wn '
charur of .aid Company, hereby eall a ten
oral meetini of the ato-k aoldera In tola Com
panyTto b..ld In the office of the Con..a
iy, in Memphii. Tenn., ;J,nam,'
II.'. uihj.. .fJiat. lutte. for the par-
poneof eoniiiierlnr and ai-linr on the ron-
.i...;...i k. ihl. Board en the lltn
gayoi may, . - l - - -y-- - . M.m.
lepot. aa to iraoa on m.i ,"., VL
pni, aa to Oravel and ate of Terminal Fa
cilitiea of thil Compaay.
By order of tha Preaident and Board, af
Diraeto". B. H. LAMB. Booretary.
No. SO Main Street, Meiaplil.
Pianos and Qrgam
AT LOWEST PIUCES FOB CASII OB TIME.
o.x lfwalV nw,i Ttft0yR. yftW Pianiw for U
JAS TONQl.UUol J.W.Oaidwall
h. 0. MU1LIHB. of UU J. B, 9odwla Oo.
MTTLLINS & TONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Herchai
a M fTTas t a waa W AM It la fa
No. 1 Howard'H TW" ana tJn,Wt "-v
A .unil to nerfent health Mrs. A.
corner Vance and Walnut streets, Mtemphis,
Tenn., when she bad chills and foyer and
was so weak she eonld hardly wei 6 h en
tirely reined her strenih.
And Commission Merchants, J
Wo, 4 nntl 30 Jttadison Street, HcEir
p-leajw as. i