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MEJIPIilS, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1SS0.
VOL. XLVINO.! 127.
SOUTHERNERS IJ BRAZIL.
THE COLOiY IN A TEBY PROS
The Date or the Prefudent'a JIar
rige Fl4 for June 2d
I8PB01AI, TO TH APrAl.l
WAtmsoTDN, Ma? 2S Gen. H.
Clay Arniet onjj, UnnBHl-Gecffal to
Brazil, arrived iu WtsUirgtoa this
week on his ay to bin ho'nn in Ala
bama, lie is on a sixty days' Viva of
abtrncs. He p.ives an interesting ac
coant of the condition of tte colony
of Southerners fco 'went to Uraul
just after the war. "These people,"
eald Gen. Atmstrong, "left the United
States ifiioiudiaU'ly after hostilities
ceawd. They believed that the Sodlh
could not recover fiom the effects of
the iron heel of war, and that the peo
ple who participated in the war wonH
never have auy show in the recon
structed Union. I fiend them 400
miles lrom Kio Jateiro, in the back
country. They have a tract sbrmt fif
teen miles Hjuare. Col. W. H. Harris,
who was quite a prominent man in
Alabama, is one of toe leading men of
the colonv. 1 also met nr. i.: u
Crisp, a very a'complished man from
Tennessee. I exi)laina to some o
the leading men tint they bad, in my
ouinien. made a urJsUke in leaving
the United States. They seemed quite
well contented. Lowever, and said
that they wonld probably remain
by request, to-day introduced a till to
pay Mis. Catherine Odium f 12,000 for
bouses, etjcif, nousenoia goous, tic
taken from her or octroyed near
Memnhis. Tun liy United SUte
troops in 8t4. K-faird ti Commit'
tee a Claims. Mr3. OdluraH now a
resident of this city, a-id the bill wa
introduced at ttie request of te
daughter, Mri. Cbarlr.tte Smi h.
FROK. A. D. WCAHTON
of Tennessee and A. O. Richardson of
Alabama have been appointed by the
'President on the Board of Vifilorj to
the Naval Academy at Annapolis.
New nostma'ters and new oflfcea
Susan A. Perkins, Klkhorrj, Benton
county. Ark.; Jacob Arnold, Po:n
Peter, Searcy county, Ark.; Charles
T. Maws, Ararat, cnoctaw court' y,
Ala.; Beltle Harris, Walm, Blount
county. Ala.; Abser L. K-ss. Deer
Ladze. Moman ountv. Tenn.: m
uel B. Myerj, Iiby, Putnam county,
Tenn.; James M. Glenn, Alioa, Jeffer
son county, Tenn ; Jama L. rulleo
Gypsy, Carro'l county, Tenn.; Archi
bald t. Uatrjcy, Lowe. Kutnemra
Fou rib-class Postmasters Ommis-
sioned ChatmPM C. McWit'iaros
Axle, Ala ; Columbus O. York, Johns-
ville. Art : ueorga jj. utemenr. au
vers ne. Ark.; Wo. G. Smiley, Month
of ot. rruncia river. Arte.; r,dwia J
Keitb. ScanlariB. Ark ; Jeremiah B,
- Ingram, Ingram's Mill, Mies. ;Casimer
Harvey, Graves, Miss.; uobert U .d
wards, I'leasaatville, Tenn,; Wisdom
Wordbam, Worsban, Tenn.
OtBce at Greer, Lae county, Miss ,
' changed to Standing 1'ine.
S ar Service Eirablisbed Baasl ey to
Holt's Corners, Tenn., and back, once
a week, from July let, one veer.
Star Service Chances -Fayetteville
to Shelby ville, from June 1st, increase
of service to three times a week. Ten
nessee: Greenville to Birds Bridge,
from June I Ota, extended ronte lrom
Birds Bridge to Cedar Creek, and
end there, increming Pittance seven
milepecial. Service to Bealey, Mar-
SB all county, xenn., aistont.cued at
ter June 30th.
Mail mestenzer service established
Arkansas: Ltconta. Desha connty,
from steamboat landing, for all service
required from April 21et. Through
registered packages exchanged daily
after May islet, at Chattanooga and bl.
Tbe PreMenl'a Mart-Inge.
Washington,- May 28. President
Cleveland will bo mairied at the
White House on Wedne. d tj morning,
June 2d. to Miss trances iolom
The recent death of a relative of Mies
Folsom has changed the origical plans
for the wedd;ng, and the invitations
will now be Incited to a few of the
near relatives and the members of the
Cabinet. Rev. Dj Sunderland of the
, i i . i . ff ;l i T i r i
rirsi i resoytenau uureu, vvaauiug
tOD, will officiate. The ceremony will
be followed by a collation and the
weddicg in ail r f its deUiila will be
plain and unostentatious.
Incorporation of Trades 1'nlonn
WAsaiNQTOtt, May 18. The bill
, agreed npon by the House Committee
on l.aoor providing 1 r the mcorpora
tion of trades nouns is the work of
Congressman O'Neii. The measure is
aeked for in the platform of the
Knights of Labor and by tbe federa
tion of tbe trades nuinns. An idrn'i
. cal bill is npon the Senate calendar
Tbe Blaine Bill.
Washington, May 28. Mr. Datml
M Va 1. was introduced. at tbe first tui
"of tbe committee to make a motion
' to set aside June 1 th, for the consid
eration of the substitute for the Blair
educational bill reported by the com
: m it tee.
A 4'iue .cf otreuat FaaClunnblp.
Washikqton, May 28 Tbe Serate
removed tbe injunction ot secrecy
from the report nf the Committee on
J'ostoinoea and roitroada ia the ca:e
of iilerbtrt WilliHme, to be postmaster
t North Bond, Neb., vice Cuauncey
"W.Hyatt, remove). The committee
applied for and received the "papers
in tbe cafe." "It appear," th com
mit'ee say(l,"from the papeis end
documents in the case, tbet Mr. Hyait
ia the editor aid proprietor of a news
paper pnblisbed at North B-nd. Sav
eral copies of his n.iw(!ja..er were
filed in eupport of the appticntion for
his removal. Editorial ar.icles tend
ing to illustrate the cflVajivepart'san
ship of the editor, whose removal
from office t; requested and is now
propoeed, were indicated by p?n and
pt ucil lines d'ln around tham. In
the i sue of the newspaper of June 17,
1885, the committee find au article, in
dicatrd as s ated, and here copy it at
leng'.h, namely; "Democrats ere not
offensive partisans, as the following
incident will prove: A little bny and
girl pUying in the y ird. The girl
finds an apple under the tree,
.and, wkfa an excla-na'i rn of delight,
begins to kite it. "Hold on," en d the
boy; "ttarcxv it awe-y. the colery is
come, and if yr a eat thit apple you
will be took tick, and you cau't talk,
and the doctor w 11 come and give yon,
eome bad medicine, and then you'll
die." The girl throws thpfle down
end the biy, anatrLirg it up, bg;ni to
est it. "Don't," the girl cr.es. "Won't
it kill you too r "No," said the boy,
munching tbe fruit. "It won't kill
boys, it's onlyaf;er I t le girls; boys
don't have colery." I.'s not difficult
to see the v;o'rt tf th:s offensive ar
ticle. "'OflnnHve rani-anthip'i dnts
not apciy to Democrat a; it's culy after
Kepublicaus. I'.imoctut'i do not bave
it. It iB evicieiit ttiat Mr. Hyatt cannot
be a veiy bad mun or an inefficient
officer wlien reroit is ha-d to such a
recourse to effsct his removal. The
fart that he h Mich a keen appreeii
tinn ol the character of the ott par
aded rcf irm ieelurei of the prevent
time dc ubtieis had m inconsidera'e
intluence, and indicate I t'ie iriportu
nities of the person ho urged his re-
l..r tbe Blnlr
WAsniNOTON, May 28 At a meet
ing of the Houss Uouind'tee on Kdu
cation Representative Mi'lor of Texas
introduced atuSHtitutu for the B a;r
fduca'ional bill. It appropriates
$.S,0O0,0tX) ar.nu'lly for five years to
In distributed among the s ates aud
Teriitories acc r.ling to the rat:o of il
li'ernry as estubhbhed by the census
Wasiiinqton, May 28. Confirma
tions: C. R. Greithous. of California,
Consul-G literal alKanagawa; Hughes
hatt, K-g'S'er at lackton. Dak. ; 11.
D. Lanchster, Piirk'etor of Customs at
St. Louis; D. C. Fultjn, Uri'ed Sia'oa
Mitrshsl of the Dictrict of Wisconsin;
J. M. Alamo, Receiver of Public
Moneys at New Oihais.
The Eada Mitp Knllwny Bill.
AVabdinqton, My 28. Senator
Conjj-sr presumed in i Ii a Seua'e to-day
the report of the Commerce Commit
tee cn the ECs (hip railway bill. In
tbe report the iomiuit:ee says that trie
project is a practicable one, and that
the net annuel u-veaues ol the road
will be in exc-es tf the amount guar
anteed by Mexico and the United
Stiles. The cptcion is eipr. s ed that
the eggtegite amouut, f 7,050,000, will
not have to be advanced by the gov
eminent. In couc'usion, the commit'
tee s.vs: "Bttlievinir that the com
mensal and industrial interests of this
country will be grextly benefited by
the conetructiou of a thip railway;
that it wi 1 bave a tendency to lamely
increase our commercial and stimulate
our shipping and ship-building inter
ens. aud that it is essential if our gov
ernment would retain the reepect of
its own people and of foieign uationB,
that it should now practically demon
ttrate its determination to forever dis
courage foreign control upon this con'
tinent: the committee report back tbe
actompjnyine bill as substitute for
senate Din om, witti tn recommenua
tion that it do pfss "
Reaolt of Ibe Clibwon Connty Jo
Tbbnton, Tknn., May 28. The
Gibson County Judicial Convention
met at Trenton to-day. it was a
delegates' couventioo, composed of
representatives s'.nt by the various
civil districts. After a long
and earnest conteet tbe action
of the convention resulted as
follows: The delegates to .Nashville
wero instructed t suoport both
Freeman and Caldwell, and in case
they should find both could not be
nominated, then to support that one
of tho two who was strongest in the
State convention. This action was
carried by a vote of two to one.
Beiolclaa- at Mnmboldt.
(BPIOUL TO THl APriAL.I
Humboldt, Tenn., May 28. Much
gratification is fe't hee over the action
of tbe County Convention at Trenton
to-day. The com ty ie the home of both
Judi;es Freeman and Caldwell, as
pirants for the Supreme bench. An
effort had been made by Freeman's
friends to orry the primary civil dis
tricts for Freeman and against Cald
well, but failing ia this, tbe attempt
was renewed at tbe County Conven
tion. Freman's 'rieodn were clamor
ous and noisy for a single shot in
struct on, but were defeated by the
decisive vote of 4J to 2U. The con
vention was large and representative.
The claims of the Avalanche corres
pondent from this couuty tbat the
county would instruct three to one
for Freeman were baseless, as the se
JACKSON, TEX If.
Ixeltement Over the Hilling- of a
Bear Crop Proapmtii.
IsraouL to rm appial.I
Jackson, Tenn., May 28. A large
wild bl-ick betr was killed five miles
east of ihis city last evening. His sp
peaiance in the neighborhood created
quite a sensation, as he was tbe first
wild bear tbat hte been cen in this
county for many yeira. He fought
dogs and men desperately until he was
killed. He wa; shot seven time.
The outlook is encouraging for a big
crop in this section. (Jetton looks
well and is growing rapidly.
Iadletmeata Annlnot ibe Chicago
Chicago. III.. May 28 While in
dictments which were found agaicet
Anarck sts returned in court ware
only ten in number, apparent y
mueh to the dismay of the at
torneys for the defense. they
really numlrtT sixty, as eaih of the
ten is separately indicted for the mur
der of eix officers. The ten are Spies,
Sehw.b, .Kieldcn, I'amons, Fischer,
hcgel, I.ingg, M'liger, iSchnaubel and
Oscar NebtT. Thte are all in jail ex
cepi Prsors. Fresh information has
reached Capt.Schack which will war
rant two or ci re important errents in
the tear f utt.ro.
LnynBORo's perfume, Edenis.
Lunlborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg's perfume, lily of tbe
Lundborg s perfume, Marchal Nwi
Severe Rtoraii In nirhlan.
Tapsr, Mich., May 28. At almut
midniefit last nieht a whirlwind of
ierr:nc severity, accompaoieil ny
thunder, lightning, rain and kail,
twisting of! signs and awnings, break
ing gl.ss and blowing down huiro
trees. The inhabitants were much
alarmed, many tafcing their children
with them end repairing to the cellars
for safety. Much eamaire was done
to property, but there is no loss of life
Have used Tongiii' e in neuraltrja
nd rheumatism, a- d it lias acted like
acbarmjitis crtainly a specific in
tbat class ol disease.
FRANK O. YOUNG, M.D..
THE C05DITI0X OF TRADE
THEOI TLOOK MOKE FAVORABLE
AT BUSINESS ('ESTERS.
A Jloderate (iniu iu the Jl'tv. incut
of (Jenrral Merchandise The
Nkw York. May "A Special tele
grams to Bradstreet report a nioili rate
gain in the nioveineiit of general mer
chandiH! at l'itt.lmrg, Cincinnati,
Milwaukee and !t. Ixiui. Tlii' h
exe'usive of dry go ds, and is most
marked at St. Iannis. The favoring
faatures are found in the relat ve free
(lorn from labor disturbances, and in
the generally bright cereal crop pros
pects. On the other hand, advices
from Chicago, Kansas City, M. Joseph
and Nashvil e, among tin se which of
late announted an augmented volutin!
of business, aro of a check in the
movement of merchandise, due in part
to tha near approach of the end of
the spring season, and to stna ler in
terior purchases, and of the arrival of
the busy season for agriculturists.
The seaboard market i reveal no
special gain. The outlook is eon'id
ered moe favorable, but the improve
ment has not come.
Among domestic money markets
there is a good demand for funds at
Milwaukee, St. I.ouis, Kaunas City,
Fort Worth and New Orleans, notably
from the country. At Kansas Ci y
tho request for funds is less than last
week. This is true at Chicag also,
where the late extra demand is said to
have been mainly for speculative pur
poses The stock mnrket has tended
iiigher with a bullish spirit and in
creased speculative a' tivity. Nearly
all speculative shares are advancing,
r-t. Paul, l-a kawanna and I-ake Shore
lead in Ue tipwaul movement, etiniu
lated by manipulations. This was in
the face of f '.',000 OlK) sold shipments,
and no material g-in in railway earn
ings, decreased labor troubles, antici
pated better business and promises of
pool harmony were freely quote I.
Government bonds are firm. In
vestment bonds and shades are
sought for. Tho improved
feeling extends to speculative bonds
and those of companies undergoing
leorganization. Money is easy on
call at from lj to ;t per cent. Com
mercial paper is scarce and foreign
Cotton goods have improved' some
what in demand at the Fast, and
prices are firm At the interior there
is no gain. Prints are steady. Wool
is ttrongcr, but sa'es are no freer
Southwestern markets are relatively
stronger than those at the seaboard,
although quotations are 2l!c below
earlier asking prices.
Iron is dull and unchanged for best
mikes. Steel is fi m. Manufactured
iron is in light demand, except in
special cases. v
Petroleum iB low, laWing under
heavy bear pressure. The upward
turn was due to heavy short purchases
to over prospective new mines, and
hold price's down
The indu trial situation is no wor'e
than a week ag, and tho outlook fa
vors improvement The short hour
movement is a practical failure.
The wheat outlook favors an excel
lent crop. Bradstreet's San Francisco
advices leporc Ctt,000,(X)0 bushels prob
able on the Pacific coast, with 38,000,
000 bushels of barley. Thu wheat
ma'kets are do minated by the bears
on heavy stocks, probably good crops
and light demand.
The lxHiisinna rice crop promises to
be a full one, while the sugar crop in
that btate lojks lets favorable than a
The ctton crop in Texiis is in need
of rain. It has gained in the Atlantic
States since the rains stopped.
Increased beet sowing depressed
sugar prices, snd reduced coffee crop
estimates have advanced quotations
thereof. , ,
Tea stocks are largo and priced
Failures lor the Week.
New York, May 28 Tho business'
failures occurring throughout the
coutitry during the last seven daySr'ii
reported to K. G. Dun & Co.. number
for toe Ui.ited States 154 and tor Can
ada 27, ns compared with to7 last
week nnd 170 the week previous. Thty
casualties in the Kas em, Southern
and Middle States are light ami below
tho aver go in number, tin Western
and Pacific States f nrn shing more
than one hrtlf of the total number of
failures for the week.
THE GAS QUESTION.
Heeling- of the ftxehnnatea Talked
The ftas question is still a leading
topic .and it was rumored yesterday
tbat a meet leg o' the Excbrge
would toon be tield to tike action
upon it. A few more views - weie
pi ked np yesterday and are prelental
W. A. Moort.-Mr. Haddei mi a
bnsiness man and as an officiates aint
afford to sign a contract whictrwill
give any corporation a monopoly. It
would give rise to the most hu'avcr
able criticism at home and abroad.
And admiiticg that his no'ives, of
whese purity I am convinced, would
never be questioned, it woqM still be
very unwise to bind 'the city
down in tbe manner piopcBau.
Who knows but tbat . within
tbe next twehe mouths a pr.ipositirn
will b made to lig'it the city at the
rate cf 50 cents a thou-and or lets.
Memphis is growing, snd science is
making the ino-it wonderful tt idee.
If the door were left ope.i for comps
tit'oi the old company niig'it do as
well, or better, than a new n but
c&oie it and rope departs.. I don't
b'ame ihs old co np my for trying to
mike such a contract us they propose.
It would be a m'gnitiient thing for
ihei, hut a bad ons for the city.
JL T. Lemma. Durirt: the war we
psid war prices; af:erwni, when t! e
Gay .'to bsgan o; enuioiis, e aut
cheaper gas. A coalitioa w;u etl-.-cted,
and the rata was restored. f.nl j!y it
has been cut ('own to ').:, il ii the
price is raited ain at any time to
a figure we mtv consider exorbitant
weliavea check npon the compauy
in t'm way if coal oil. The le.iring
np .of tbe :trept8 is thing to be avoided.
It i unt.palthful, and, a'ter all, might
might rtsu t in an incretsad priceto
cc,psiim's shi u'd tiiere t e a s-ll-out,
at tier- isolmo t snre to le. My idea
wi u'd hat') ni ke a contract at a ie
s iiieb e ptice lor fiveor ten years, but
I am ii' tJterably opposed to anything
lite thir'y or S'xty yearp.
A J). IMyitnff.l wm!d be opposed
t ttie tear'iig up of the Btreets unless
n decided benefit shou'd be d rived
from it. On tho other band, I do not
think it would be wisa to BigqLaari
contract for a long tiaue. We may
have natnral gss In rive yers.
R. Sf Mantford. Don it know much
about the queetion, btit think we
nuglit to tiave it at fl art oinnnj, I
don't care how we gt it, fo we do.
Judge T. J. Lathum Oh!' with
both iiandB upraised and en express cm
of holv horror.
J. Jl". Voe)tii. There an- t'ie best
re sous why along con1rH(t with the
ild or any i;ew coniany sli uld notbs
ninli. Improvemt nts a'e coni-tntly
on, ioa'. is bfcinii'ig e! eater,
city is rapidly mi r vsinir in
iiupcr'ance. There is HQ t jll ngwhat
may occur in the next fivo years.
AX KiLY WUK'K
Konit at llarllrll.
A switch mysteriously lef; open i,t
Ea'tlttt, twelve miles tit on the
I.ouisvillo nnd Nashville rail ro id,
caused a disastrous wicck to the in
coming freight at 4:40 o'clock yea
terdav morning. The tnin un
sietrd of au engine and six box-cars
lo uled with beer in kegs, all
of which were thtowu f rum tiie track.
Several cf the care were siuaahod to
splinters, snd tie engine, tender and
cab wi r.i n (onfuvd hep. A. w,
Nance, the engineer, jumped for life
snd ninniged to wc p-, except whh
th iojun s, pairjful, t' ut ret 'irl
which were tho n-tmnl rem t (
such a hap. Thomas Hints, thi
fire m a u wai enveloimd m ete-mi froi
tr.e hrokeu ipisand the l!eh ou l"l
back Iron bi9 neck ibtwu iitrllii
boiled. He is bel oved to bave iuA'
haled foiuo of ili! et-ani ai wel1. Ttie
engineer, who lives at 4f Mcs'cy
street, was abl to walk io his ca -rliige
upon his arrival at the
depot, and ttie fireman tote
no I rave I y until he- reached his
home nrar the shop', hut his re
covery is telit-vcd to' h out ol ths
question. He has a mother and two
Bisiera partially dependent upon him
The pat senger train due at the derot
at 5 o'clock aas delayed ou account of
the w reck, but the paescngerg were
brought in at 10 o'clock on a fpecial.
I'iir New York Cotton Exchange
will bo closed to-day on account of
Cloning prices of Jane options ut
Chicago yesterday: lV.rk,8 20c; lard,
5(IOc; clear rib sidtls, .r.17c; corn,
3oJc; wheat, 72jci oats, 'Jtijc.
Tennksskb bonds w?ra lis'ed on the
New Yolk 8 took Exchange Thareday,
and the indorsement thus given them
caused an immediate advance, 3s go
ing to 72(Sy72J,5s to iJ(?,10;t Hi to ICtiJ
($110. It is predicted that within
three months 3s will ro to &", 5s to
110 and tij to 115.
Vihitoiin on 'Change y csterday : Mr,
and Mrs. hit John; vVadib II, Austin,
Miss.; Jliss Mollie Carpenter, Austin,
Miss ; J. V. Johns-n, Austin, Miss j
MisBt'allie McMeevy, Wetnmka, Ala. ;
Ijiwrence Wooten; lAconia, Ark ; J.
B. Canada, Colliervillo, Tenn.; J. H
Busch, Winston,. N. C.
The l olled Prmbflrrlaim.
Hamilton, O , May 28. The twenty,
eighth annual session of the Ciencfal
Assembly ft the United I'rcsbyicrian
church lgan yesterdav wrtti the
choice of the liev. J. T. I!r?f ntree of
Chartiers rresbytery as ' moderator.
Among memorials presented is one
askinir the assembly make a declar
ation concerning th propriety of
members of the church joining auch
associations the Knights of Labor.
The report ft tho conference com
mittee prfH)Bing terms for union with
the Southern Branch or Associate He
forme Vwili a'so come up for action.
There are about 2.ri0 d- legates pre'ent.
Anni'pv I'aiik, N. J., May 28. The
Board of Ma ngers of the Ameriitan
Baptist Missionary 1'nion, in their
report this morning, stated that a de
ficiency of nearly l.rUK)0 was found
in the accounts of Mr. Jobn H. Denne,
who for a nnmher of jenrs ncted as
con use for the board.
A rosr MHt.lt ll. eil l ltl
Ti.h VtriTAic Bi.r Co., Marshall,
i ich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bki.ts and Klectrii Appli
ances ail thirty days' trial lo uny man
afllicted with Nervous Debi ityjlxisf of
Vitality, Manhooil, etc. lllus'ratcd
Kiuiitililet in sealed envelone with full
partK'ulars, mailed free. Write them,
at once. ,
From Norlta Ueorglit.
Mrs. N. A
McEntire wrltea from Sprina
lany ea,ra I hae been jrirrea
iodiKea.ion. jiok hea.Wohe iJ
ration cue.l fromlliounei'.
Plic: For m
but irot do permanent rliet until I iut
Dr. Motley 1-eoion Khur. Iain now TI
better health than for roHny yram. My
tlnuthtAr ha hnn mil) iort to rhill and fw-
ver from her infancy. I rouM gnt noiltiiif
to relieve her; the Lemon Klixir baa fnrcd
hrr to perfect heal' b.
W. A. .Uuiefi. lie 1 Rtittion. A 'a.. wfiti:
I have Buffered vreatly (mm ltidivtion or
dynpepiia. One bottle of Lmnon Khiir did
ane more rood than all the inediHRo,! ever
took no centp nnd 91 r bome. t
Sold by drufrviti. Irepr4 )iy lr. II
Thit pofder never v .ri. A marvel ol
runty, rfrpirth and wbAlooienefe. More
ec nouical ha.n U ordioar; kind, an d
rannot beit'.'dla orrn: petition m':A tbe
mnititnde It lt.w test, abort weiaht alun or
liiaiiiorwv" 1'- w'i 'hawYcrk.
Tlt aw f
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS, having discontinued their Shoe Department,
have sold their entire stock of Boots and Shoos to ZELLNER & CO., 300 Main
Street, at about half of original cost, who aro fully determined to let the
general public share the full boneflts of tho great purchase.
Beginning WEDNESDAY, MAY 2Gth, those goods will be put on salo at
ZELLNER & CO.'SShoe Store, 300 Maiu. Street, at such low prices heretofore
uc known here. The goods are fresh and dcsirablo, most of them thi-j season's
We have also Marked Down Our Own Extensive Sto;:k of Boots and Shoes to correspond.
The early comers will have tho best pick of Myles and Sizes. Don't let thisi
opportunity pass as it does not come often.
MWiiM M u
BROOHI.YW. V Y - llonrd on the Hill.
.Mm. II. t). Howard, ttiKi Waahinntuii
.Park. Itoonm liirvt; location clolmhtlul ;
'fonvenient tu cktii tu ManhnttHn Hi-iti-b,
Coney inland, l.onn lte'i h und Central Park ;
Uo lo New oik Uco ot ainutcn ent.
Stiiko the lion AVhilo It's Hot.
In order to moT ovr Immense atook w
mike ttie following offer:
flood Rtraw Hat it 2V. Xki. Mo and 75o
Kim Klne Straw llata at fl, II 25, 1 60, ti
Nmall Straw llonneu, all e.olora oftc
Kitra Wide Brim 1UU, lor country 25o
Beautiful Koaea, all oolori, per doten 40g
Violet., per doien be
IluUerrui, ner doien Hie
Carnation Plnki.per dt len ..nM..15o
Kleaant Uunchc of Klowera 2fie
Kilra Vine Hunch. a of Klowera fxxi
Imported French Klowera from fl lo fA
wmrloh ' (S In bunch) for Site
Vruita, Leares, Miami, all ktndaof ma
terial to make Artificial Klowera.
Ilrldul and MouriiliiR Oiilufa
The Fineat Aatortment of DOLLS In tbe olty.
Halt nwbipl, Vmttrrn Clraiim,
lyrd nnd Cnrled.
GOLDEN UAIR WABIi hy tbt imall ol
We Make a Specialty of Mlllluery,
Kmiloyina the beat banda In the city, fUt
0 r whole attention to It, and we defy com
petition in that Una
Manual of all Dlseaao:,
Syr. lira iinutu, a. u.
CLOlll tuid UOL,l
ti"T (if Mmroo-.r, una. - rtmna. nam.
KciTere, OontMtlon. intiajumatkma... .4
norma, Worm l-'over. Worm llolio....
Vrylne Colin, or Tmlhlna; of lul.uU.
Ily.rnlery. llripins, llilloue (
('notoraL aforbiia. VonHtUa;.
Ilv.rnlery. orlpnuj. itinoue uouo..
inerrnrwui uiptiimiw Auuiva.,..,
1'oualia, tlolil, llronohitla.
NeiirnlatA, TontliAchn. Kaoearha...M.
Hredarlire. Sick Hxulaolie, V.rtlco..
lVIippla. ililioui Htomnrh......
MopprcMoa cr ralnful 1'rrlode.i
Ooup, t'-ougti, Dithonlt Urnftthlnff..,. Mfi
v hllee, too iTofuMi'ertoa.....,
ie. too InroftiMit'erkKla
p, r-ougii, immoi.il nrfkthinf ..
Mall llhroni, r.rrBiplaa, truption,, aMS
nnrnmilllin. ivucunnuc rain,,..,,
Krverand At nr. 'tuila, MaJmuu....
liri, HUod or lilMdin w
rnikrrh, Intlufinr.a, (Sold In thnaiL
W huoninv i nin, y irnamnmugn
Urnt rai iwnuiiv uj"u tr
I'rlnarv lVfakiifMM.WattiliaT ftra. ... .
HUceire of the llrart, i'-J(.Htiont ,K
tiold hi Inirv1ti, or iwnt pnntpfti't on rtotpt of
III II Mhh.n'KDK 10.. lott "aiUw.fit.r1T-
U hereby aiven tbat a Maaa Meet
ly lornf Deinnornta 'ill be held at K.XI'O-
rilTIUiN BUlLUlNIi, Memphia, Tenn.,
', Torailny, Jnne 1, IHNtt,
l for the ituruoae of aelectina deletatea to rep-
the Gubernatorial Convention to be held at
rvneni me ieinofrriirr 01 oaeinr oounir iu
By order of the Executive Commitlie.
, MAHTIN KELLY, Chairman.
J. H. Ai m T, Secretary.
M nii pa nf n!eenln4lnn
rpill rorartnerahln her
1 jin l)eprt ,,!)
between the an.
ariitn(Ml ia tbia day diaiolved. M. K.
CUNAWAY earumei all liabilitiea and ool
leta all elaima.
Mayje.ltke. M. K. OONAWAY.
C T. O'KKEFK.
I)K. 11. L. LASKI,
PhTglcliiB, Sareeon and Accnocher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
81MHlnNtreet,Hr In Ion.
.' Telephone No.tW;
US. TRE 8L'RY DEPARTMENT, Ma
. aiva lloapirti. fctavita, Mouipbia,
Tenn., May M, IHitt. Sealrd propoaan lo
furniah inb.iatenoe and other auipliea re
quired for the uae of the II. 8. Marine llo
piul at thl p'iri, during the Hi al yenr end
ing June ; M), 1H7, wll be received at theol
Se of the Pat ed Anintunt Kumeon in
Churae, Cuatoui-Houae, until noon of the lat
day of June, ISM. Schedule, will be fur
ni.hed upon application at thia offi-e. The
t nite I Vatea ro.ervea the rliiht to waive In
forii.dlilio. and to roj.ct any or all bida.
By direction of the Suprviint: Puriteon
General. S. T. AH MtiTRONi.,
lUraed Aaalatant HurKeon in t'harae.
DISSOLUTION A OTICE.
MaaPHia. Tm., Kay JO, LtS.
THE partner.h p h.reto'ore exftina be
twoen A. B. B- rtholotnew and Win. (J.
Alien i. inia uay amaoivea dj mutual Con
tent, Mr. BariboloDjew aasuininx all obhaa
tivni and bentfiit to dat..
WJI. O. ALLEN,
A. B. BARTHOLOMEW.
In ratirina from the above firm I would
take tbia opportunity of 'hanking in no
atinted tormi my many frieudt for pant fa
vor., and aak a eontinuance of aume to my
partner of twenty yeara. WM Q. ALLEN.
1 tie n.w nrm ir now cnanr.ri to
H KIHOIlltlicn KllilI'M'MCO
A Valuable Patent.
Iainjy'a (Hnrtati) am nnd Fra Plitn-
aAV'INO perfected mylnventloa. I wl h
o place it befur. the DUhlio. earici.ll.
m itutecturere. Aa a Corn Planter, it in a
perfect nceeaaoina tbe drill, dirtribuU d
tie eed accurately, nnintured, and eovet J
the aaoie, theruoy one man performing the
work of three. lt;e bave bro uad ic
thia aection tor over a don year. w;tb i-er-left
aatiafaction. tan give reapotiible tc-li
VUH 11. liA.it.'i.Uancyvllle,
iJaywood const, lens.
8T Oil 8
Sale to continue Thirty Days.
JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Victor Wagon Scales, Wheel and Drag Scrapers.
WIIimttAllKOWS, LAWN MOWERS
1)0011 AND WINDOW SCREENS,
DesJardins, lller & Bootes
D-4 MAIN NT..
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. U. WOUWl.N.I'res't, J.M.(JOOI11.V VIce-IYea't. C.H. KAISK.tanhlof
Boairct ot Dlreotorn
t. b.ti;rlry, j. m. OOOUUAR,
w. h. br11c1k. ' m. uavin,
F. M. N KLHON, T. 11, H1MH,
J. M. BMITil. CUARLKH KNEY,
W. N. WII.KKRHON, K. X. CdOI'KR,
JOHN AKMIttXKAX), C. B. BRYAN.
atarA DoiMaltrr of the) mli of Tanowaw, Traaaarli
Ha.iiKW aarl rl.M NtMMlral
Lata of J.
Day A Son,
W. II. IMIKTOI,
Lata of Maaobam . llorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-302 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn.
If F h OLIVER.
NIDI In Ihrmark.r,
209 MAIN STREET,
TY SPRINfJ AND SUMMER STUCK la now enmpleba, eonalat
VJ. ina of the lateat and ohoiceat deaiana in all the Noveltiea in
troduced in toreia-n marketa.
are aa tocuita and quality. In order to odor to the pulilio the luteat
.whionahla aooda at reaaunalile prioea, I wl.h to inuka apeoial men
tion of tny aolection of a larue
iana In r.-ta.iia riiiriwEan, wnicn are now ready lor tbr
inspection of my frienda and tba public, at my old atat,d,
liar, nextond and Jnron Nla.
IsIllllOI & Mil
Dry Goods,Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
No8. 328 and 328 Main St.. Memphis, Tenn.
will compare I
ARE IN DAILY RECEIPT HK
HlMIWM. whioh we offer to the Trade
will compare favorably with thoaa of any market in the United ftUt.a. We are Aaenta for
Tenoeiuiee .Vaanfurtaring; Co.'g I'lulils, Drlllx, Shoctlnir, Hhlrtlna;, L'tc
O.K. HOIJCK Sz Coo
No. 380 Jin In Ntreet, Memi.liln.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST PKICKS
ShpAf MiFsn flinl laoola'H.
L. D. MULLINS.of laU J. R. Godwin A Co.
MTJLLINS & TONQE,
Cotton Factors&Commission ijlercliants
No. 1 HnwRrd'n Itovr, Cor. Front and Union, MpmpJiis.
And Commission Merchants,
Xoat 31 and 30 Undisoii Street, IXemrjMfe
Ma n t.
J. R. GODWIN.
J. W. FAI.hrty
W. P. DI'NAVANT,
R. J. BLACK.
II. V, OOFKIN,
atl.nllm a'nllawf l".'ai
J. W. HAII.KT.
Lata of ilailer Corlnitoti
wllta r fnll aaaort.
i t MEMPHIS, 1ENN.
My aelectlona are made with great
aaaortment of the moat elevant de-
OKSIHAHLU MPRINH AND NCNMKM
tnion the moat favorable teriaa. Oar nrlcaa
FOIt CASH OU TIJIK
Now Pianos for Ta'fnt
JAM. YONQB, lata ol J. W