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THE " MEMPHIS AFPEAI
ESTABLISHED 1810.
MEJNIPIIIS, TENN., TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 18S6.
VOL. XL VI NO.' 129.
TnK proposed I ridge over tbe Mi
siss'ppi from a point near the Marine
Hospital to West Memphis, Ark.,
files the destiny of this city as the
future great.
Real istatb dealers "d holders
are convinced, if liobody else is, that
Memphis is on a boom. Values per
front Lot are, like the mercury in the
thermometer, just now steadily ad
vancing. Thi Board of Arbitration appointed
to aJjnst the question of the noinber
of hours tbat ihall constitute a day
for the s'reet car drivers and con
ductors in Pittaburg and Allegheny
has made its awa-d. Twelve hours is
the time fixed upon, with one hour
for meals.
From the report of the weekly
clearings it appears that the increase
last week amounted, outside of New
York, to 20.1 per cent., and with those
of that c ty to 87.2 per cent. The
country, it is thus plain, is fast recov
ering from the effects of the strikes,
and business generally is booming.
Conghess is going t) do gomethirg
alnut the public lands that are held
in trust by certain railroad corpora
tions, just what does not yet appear
If it could and would confiscate the
landj lishor.cHtly obtained by foreign
crrporattors, dukes ar.d princts it
would do a great work for the people.
Now that the public schools are
closing, it is a good time to remiod
the Board of Educat'on that, instetd
of contemplating a change of school
books that will put tho pupils to un
necessary expense, they make pro
vision for raising tho sa'aries of the
teachers from Jo to $10 per month
each. The luborer is worthy of her
hire.
The defeat of the mail subsidy was
a good thing. All forms of subsidy
are bad. Congresi should simply py
Amtrican steamships fairly for carry
ing the mails. They are no more en
titled to subsidy than the railroads,
w hose running expenses are propor
tionately g-eater. The smell and
taint of corruption hangs round sub
sidies. Mkmhkrs of Congress and those
whose ambit on leads them in that di
rection will do well to read the "propo
sitions in the nature of demands on
Congress" adopted by the Knights of
Labor yesterday. They are simple
and comprehensive, and are in line
with the spirit and purpose of the
Democratic platform adopted at Chi
cago in 1834.
A change of gauge from five feet
to the standard four feet eight and
a-half inches was effected yesterday
by all the Southern railroads. As
already explained at length in the
Appial, it was a tremendous under
taking, and one that tested the ca
pacity of tbe railroad men of the
-South and their resources of skill and
ability to the utmost.
To-day will be a field day in the
French Chamber of Deputies. The
resolutions to expel the Orleanist
princes and confiscate tho property
of former reigning fami ies are to be
debated. The first Is likely to be
modified so as to expel only the Comte
de Paris, and the last may be voted
down. If it is it may come up again
and become the ihibboltth of tbe
radical extrenvsts.
The public s hools commencement
will take plare at the Theater to-night
under circumstances of exceptional
eclat. The programme for the occa
sion promises a great deil of enter
tainment for the audiencs and delight
and pleasure for the parents and
friends of the graduates. A'l of our
more pfominentlyconspicujusc.tizenn
should grace the occasion wi h their
presence. The public schools are the
p ide and hope of the people.
Twesty-fivk thousand dollars would
build a very fine high school on the
lot owned by the Board of Education
on the corner of Third and Jtfferson
streets. Such a building ii much
needed and would be a practical be
neficence linking the name of the
donor or donors of the required
amount to immortality forevtr. The
Appeal would be happy to publish
the names of any five or more citizens
who may subscribe the amount, and
the Board of Eduration would, no
doubt, be equally happy to inscribe
their names on a brass tablet over the
door, where they might be read by all
men for many generations to come.
Who will be the first to subscribe?
Prshidbnt Cleveland is to be mar
ried to morrow at tbe Whl'e House,and
very privately, to Miss Folsom, the
daughter of his former partner. None
but immediate friends and relatives
and the members rf the Cabinet are to
be present. Bat the heart of the na
tion will go out in wrm congratula
tions to Mr. Cleveland and his bride,
and they will have the gool will of
everybody, without regard to pa ty.
Mr. Cleveland ba made a good Presi
dent, lie has kept all his promises to
the people and has lived up to the
platform of his party, and it is not
claiming loo much to say tbat he is
stronger than h's fa ty to-day and
stronger with the people than any
President since Mr. Lincoln was un
timely cut off by an assa sin.
THE UTOm MEETLW
THE SEXSATIOS STAKES WON BY
. LIZZIE KREtPj.
Prhua Duias, The Slasher, Conk
liny aid Flora L. tht Other Win
ners Jerome Park Usees.
Cincinnati, 0., May 31. The
weather was very warm aod the
track dusty, but the attendance was
large.
FIRST RACE.
Seven-eighths of a mile. Star'ers:
Glenban (104), Simpson; Village
(120). Wheatley; Willie Martin (lL'i),
Fishburn; Patrice (1)8), Johnston;
Poverty (124, Cross; Jim Orr (104),
Kichardson ;' Typo (107), West; Ber
lin (12ii). Farley: King John (127),
Curtis; Kager (107), K. Harris; Mary
Ellis (114), V. Conkling; Jim Nave
C2 ), O'Hara; Kansas (122). B.
Evans; Nora T. (112), Updike; Tom
B.rlow (10), L. Jones; trima Donna
(104), Stoval
JJetting. Prima Donn, $10; Jim
Nave, j; 'lypo, $4; field, $25.
Therd was some delay at the start
Poverty, Willie Martin and Berlin
were the first away. These three ran
close toge:her for over hall' a mile,
Prima l)onna closing with them on
the lower tuVn. In the stretch the
latter joined Berlin and Poverty, a
very close rce resulting in Prima
Donna winning by a head; Berlin
second, a head in front of Poverty
third. Time 1:112. There was no
advance on the entered price on the
Belling for the winner.
SEC1NI) RACE.
One mile and one-si xteentY Start
ers: Fabitis (',14), Johnston; Probus
(92), 11. Jones; Stormer (95), Fuller;
llone-lale (111)). Withers; Dad (U'6),
B.Evans; Kirklin (y"), Cooper; IVr
ter Ash-:(f)7), McCarthv; Jim Guest
(KM), O'Hara; Wanderoo (102), K
Harris; Elizabeth Carter (90), Stepp;
Westfall (U5), Corington; Gleaner
(114), Stoval ; The Masher ( 1 1 3), West.
Betting. Wanderoo, 125 ; Jim Guest,
tl9; Honedale, $15; field, $35.
Porter Ashe was the first to show
in front, closely followed by Wan
deroo and Jim Guest. At the qu -rter
pole Wanderoo was in front. To: tor
A. she,'Jim Guest, Fabitis and Hnp
dalo in a bunch. Wanderoo hold the
lea i until into the st-etch, with Hope
dale and Jim Guest following, Fabius
rext In the Btre'ch it looked as if
Fabius would win, but at the last mo
meet The Sla-herjcaine w th tremen
dous speed, and, 'aking.the lead, won
handily by. two lengths; Fabius
second, Jim Guest a close third.
Time -1:51.
THIRD RACK.
One mile and seventy yards. Start
ers: Aretino (114), Withers; Conk
ling (118), Stoval; Spalding (118),
Murphy; Joquita (112), O'Hara;
Puna (110). Coving on; Monarch
(108) , Dull; Keene (108), McCar.hy;
Em'i a Manley (103), T. Richardson;
Warrington (103), Leary; Leman
(104) , F. Kichardson; Josh Billings
(83), Cooper; WaukeRha (105), John
ston. . Non starter O'Fallon.
Setting. Spalding, $20; Conkling,
CJ0; 11onr.rc.h10: field, $25.
Joquita was first away, but when
they ha 1 run an eighth Cone ling went
to the front, Warrington soon taking
recond place. Conkling was never
headed, and won rather easily by two
lengths; Warrington second. Leman a
poor th'rd. Time -1:48. The favor
ite, Spalding, got off badly.
FOURTH RACE.
One mile. Starters: Mollie Mc
Cathy's Last (99), Miller; Faith
Thompson (99), B. Evans; lady
Hambleton (97), Johnston; Flora L.
(97), McCarthy; Restle s( 102), Lead y;
Amy Hyde (107), Stoval; Fronie Lou
ise (107), Richardson; Henrietta (97),
Covington; Hattie Carlisle (102),
Fuller; Hettie S. (99), West; Blue
Hood (99), Stepp; Long Slipper (97),
K Harris; Malva R. (107), Withers.
Non-start jr Lida C.
lirtting.Flon L, $20; Mollie Mc
Carthy's Last. $8 ; Hattie Carlisle, $9 ;
Malva K, 19; the field, $35.
At the start, which was excellent,
Fronie Louise led, very closely fol
lowed by Flora L, Mollie's Lost and
Long Slipper, the latter showing in
front for a moment at the hxlf-mile
Sole. Flora L., joined by Hettie 8.,
rew away in the stretch, the race be
ing between them. It was a close and
driving finish, Flora L. winning by
half a Tengtn ; Hettie 8. second, Hattie
Carlisle a poor thi: d. Time 1:44J.
rircii race.
The Pensati )n stake, three-quarters
of a mile. St-r'ers: Lizzie Kreeps,
late Glene'a, (102), O'Htra; Rath A
(102), West; Jim Gore (113), Murphy;
Keder Kahn (105), Whea ly; A lead e
(105) , Kelly; Duke of Bourb n (113),
Garrison; Bixbv (105), Stova' ; Carey
(105), Ful er; Vi ilet ('0J), R. Harris.
Non-starter: Brother Bun.
Billing. Sim Gore, $100; Alcalde,
$55; DuKe of Bourbon, $')0; field. $40.
Puke of Bourbon, Bixby and Al
calde ran almost even for the first
quarter; Alcalde 'then went to the
front, followed by the Duke and Jim
Gore. Entering the stretch those
three were close together, but Jim
Gore soon drew clear. A thirty
secordofa mile from home Lizzie
Kreeps rame Irom the rear with a
rush and won on the post by a Bhort
half length ; Jim Gore second, Kaio A.
at bad third, lime 1:18.
Tuesday's races.
The following are the en'ries end
weights for lo-morrow's nee'.
Firnt Race Three-qu riers of a
mile. Elsie B (10.'), Thundergust
(109) . Listand (95), Poverty (102),
Charlie Lucas (99), Mystic (I'd, Vireiu
II (95), R siere (110), Uochelle (9J),
li'ue Stone (l'O).
Second Race One mile. Brevet
(10H), Joha A. (10S), Knl'ta (103),
Haddisco (99), Bettie Wilson )S9).
Tattoo (107), V ay Ladv (9.1), J. H.
Kenton (97), Topsv (M7), Littlefellow
(95), Myrtle ( 03), Peacock (105),
El- ise (87), Sir Joseph (92).
Third Race. One' mile and an
eighth. Troubadour (110), Monocrat
(1.7), Adonis (95) Bonanza (95).
Fourth Race II in var stakes, one
mile and th'ee-elgh lis. Endurer
(118), Blue Wing (118), Montana Re
gent (113), Silver Cloud (123).
Fijih Race. Latonia cup, two miles
and a quarter. Irfsh Pat (108), Hi
dalgo (108), Clay Pate (108), Lucky
B. (119).
Racing at Brlckloa Beaeh.
Brighton Beach, N. Y , May 31.
The following were the races run to
dav: Firrt Race.- Five furlongs. Bob
Simmons won by a bead; M'Liss
second, Jongl'se third. Time -1:0.
( VrtiticjitPH naiil f'2U.
Second Ract For maidens, five fur
longs. Alsinori. won by two lengths ;
TXuie Brunette second, Ella H. tnird.
Time-1:03.
Third Race. Selling allowances,
three-four lis of a mile. Brunswick
won by three lengthi; Barbara sec
ond, Chickadee third. Time 1 :17.
Fourth Bae. Belling allowances,
three-fourths of a mile. Uotacbamie
won by a lentith ; Commanderiecond,
Lutestring third. Time 1:1H.
Fifth Jince. Engeman Memorial
stake, for all ages, one mile and one
eighth. Bar Mini won by a length and
a half; K'okuk second, Santa Claus
third. Time 1 8.
Sixth Kaer.Yot all ages, (even fur
longs. Tattler won bv two lengths;
Delilah second, Orlendo third. Timo
lol. Jerome Park Rare.
Jerome Park, N. Y., May Zl.FirM
Race. For two-year-olds, one-half
mile. Won by Brynwood by alength:
tbe Dawdle colt second, Kosa ind
third. Time 51 seconds.
Seivnd Ritce. Harlem stakes for all
ages One mile and one-eighth. Miss
Woodfo'd won by a length; Pardee
second, Rowland third. Timo 1 :5SJ.
Third idiv. ladies' stakes, for
three-year-old fillies. One mile and
one-nuarter. Baadala won by two
lengths; Charity second, Ixingstep
third. Tine-2:12J.
Fuurtli Race . All ages, one mile and
a quarter. Tom Martin won by four
lenuths; Atto ncv second, Sionebuck
third. Time-2:"l2
Fifth Hace.Yor thrto year o'ds and
upwards: selling allowances, one mile
and an eighth. Duke of Wes more-
land won by two lengths; Moonsin
second, Herron third. Time-1 :58J.
Sixth 7i'ucc. Handicap steeplechase,
fdl course. Bourke Cochran first;
Jim McGown second, Bruton thirJ.
Time 4:51.
The Hi, l.uai. Heeling.
St. Loris, Mo., May 31. Claries
Green, president of the St Ixmis Fair
Association, who is now in Cincinnati,
telegraphs that he has positive as
surances from both Dwyer Bros, and
Ed. Corrigan that tbeir celebrated
racers. Miss Woodford nnd Kreeland,
wil', barrng accidents, contend lor
the g eat Eclipse stake to bo run for
over the Fair Association course Mon
dav, June 7th. The Juno meeting of
this association promise! to be the
gria est racing event that ever took
place in the West, or perhapi in this
country. The added money and
purses aggrega'e not far from $50,000,
and the full value of the stakes anil
imrses will largely exceed that sum.
dost of the crack horses of the
country asd a large number of the
youngsters will he here, and the indi
cations are that the at'endance will
be very great. The track is in splendid
condition, the new and beautiful club
house is completed, and everything
points in the direction of grand sport
and great success
BIUMIMiHlM, ALA.
Change of the Hang om the I., and
N. and Queen and Crescent Monde.
IBPKCUI, TO THI APFI4I..J
Birmingham, Ala., May 31 In this
part of coun'ry cbangn of gauge on
the Louisville and Nasbv.Ile and
Queen and descent railioade, com
mencirg at midnight Saturday night,
was rccompliibed by 4 o'clock yester
dey afternoon. The first train i assed
here this afternoon and several came
to night, all b9ing several hours be
hind time. Everything will run reg
ularly to-morrow on the Georgia Pa
cific rosd. The change bpgtn at day
light yesterday morning and wis com
pleted before no an aa far fs Aus
telle, Ga., tbe point of junction
with the East Tennessee railroad.
From there to Atlanta the work was
deferred f'r the convenierce of the
latter road. 'The wbo'e line will be
ready for trains to run regularly
Wednesday.
Locating tbe survey for the Kinsas
City, Fort Scott and Gulf Railrosd
Company's line from hereto Memphis
begin here to-dey. The preliminary
survey is completed to Warrior river,
in Walker county.
Fred. Wolffs spent to-day here, and
is on his way to Mon' gome ry for a
few day's stay. He said he Is certain
tbat tbe Good water railroad will meet
the Kansas City !ne, and it is taken
for granted that be is infoimed as t
the plans of the Georgii Central gtqr
pie. t
BROWN i VI LLE, Jf.KS, ' "J ?
Heroveryor Tonne WblKle'N Body
Departure of the xelegatea.
snout, to thi irri,L.I
Brownsville, Tknm., May 31. The
body of young Tommy Whittle, who
was drowned in Hatehie river last
Friday, while attending a Sunday
school picnic, was recovered to-day
and buried h"re this afternoon. All
the ci cumstances nude this one of
the Baddest that has occurred in our
mill t in a long time.
About forty do'egates, who were ap
pointed last Saturday to attend the
convention at McKenze, will leave
here to-morrow. They are iattructed
for Bond, 1-ea and Kste s.
The Appropriation Bllla.
Washington, May 31. The follow
ing is a statement of the pres
nt position of the fourteen
annual appropriation bills: T. e Irt
dian bill has become a law. Tho Dis
trict of Columbia and f, ostollice bills
have passed both houses and are in
the hands of conference committees
The consular and diplomatic, army,
pension, m litary academy, agriculture
and river and harbor bills have passed
the House of Representatives and are
before the 8enate committees. 1 he
legislative and naval bills are on th;
House calendar waiting action. ' Th
fo tifications, sundry civil and gene"
deficiency bills hnve not yet beere
ported from the House coirKii,,p8
The pressure upon the tin j tj'e
Senate for the coDsiderati' of bills
yet untouched is very eat, while
no less than fivo import't .measures,
which have been co'"dftrbly dis
cus ed, are in an unrirdied condition.
These are the banyuptov, railroat,
lnd taxat on, Norlie-js ; lacifio for
feiture, a'ti CUmrUe bills and the
open txecutiro ftswion solution.
pjf 'CIIAyE.
Cmruo. III., May 31.-this being
Puortntion Day, and a hity holiday,
th banks, Board of Trad jd Stock
Exchange are closed. Ontii curb a
few operators gathered ut 1 1
o'clock, and several rrde8u July
w heat were made at 7T)c, as fy-nrtorg
feared a decrease in t' visible .upply
of 2,i 50,000 to 2,750,0W bushels.-
i,
Lchdborq's perfpme, Edenia.
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Vilet.
Landborg'i pertume, Lily of he
YUley.
Landborg'i pwfama, Marchal V
Ease. v
VISITORS TO THE BRIDE.
MISS FOLSOI'S TIME TAKEN IP
BT CALLERS.
How the Teaeg Lady Spent Sandaj
- Arrhal of the President-Ills
Ueceptlon U Brooklyn.
New York, May 31. Misi Folsom
spent the entire day yettorday in htr
apartments at the Gikey House. Soe
wai ecaicely through breakfast when
tbe church bel s began ti ring, and it
bf came evident that she wai not go
ing to attnd divine service anywhere.
The excuses given for the ncn per
formance of this religious duty were a
dtsire to avoid publ.c no iceard the
restraint placed upon hr by tbe death
of her grandfather. Trie Fohoms had
an tarly luncheon aud dined at 0
o'clock. The ladies read the pa pars
and occupied thenuelves in atten.iii g
to coireepjndeme - A portion of this
flees int duty was by lets, rph. Miss
olsom received teveial messrge
from Seciotary Wbitnevs houto at
Fifiy-sevealh etrr el and Fi th avenue.
Taere were more visito s during tie
day thaa on the. pievii in day, but all
thoss who ca'led went through priva e
entrances aud exits vithotit lavii g
their cards. They were all ladiex.
Any quintity of lb)wiirs found their
way to Mirs Folscm's roo;n during the
morning. Antdbor lvgo box trnved
from Washingti n in the mr ruiri?, on
ta nirg some of the rhoioe lloerj
fioai ine Whit?-II' U'e Coiihh valoiy.
As the churches finished their serv
i -es ere tttirt ngu f pedestrians passed
Rloug I nen'y-niuth street and looked
up at the windows of Mies Fclsom's
spur. merits in the hcj6 of catchirg a
glimpse of her. Few of them were re
warded for their ipsloi. A ttl gram
was received from Mr. Cleveland in
the alt nnoon which, Mr. Fo'samsnid,
ird:cted his wish to rnnke his vieit t
New Ycrk entirely within the line of
his duty to the ezercif ei and the rc
crs on of Decorathn Day,lavirjg Miss
Fo'eom to tbe care of friends. It ban
been arranged that M si Folsrm shall
see the parade to-day from the hoiiBs
of a friend in Ma'ditoa avenue. The
Folsoms are fo go to Washington cn
Tuesday afternoon. Tin .counties
where it was supposed Misb Fols m
would atleod services were crowded.
Theee were the churches of Vr. Hall
and Paxton and tbn ' Little Church
Arov nd the Corner." ,
ARRIVAL Or THE PRESIDENT.
Pr.s dsct Cleveland and 'party ar
rived here at 10:30 o'clock hvt niitht
Secietary Whitney, Police Superin
tendent Muriav and Police Inspector
Byrnes awaited ' the l'roaiaetii Abo
Benjamin Folsota waited, U' known
and unnoticed, until Mr. CleYeUnd
recogniz 'd him upon his arrival. One
of the thrtng irssei,t c i-d nut tb-Mr.
Cleveland m be pat-aed: "Go q for
you, Grover." The party entered ear
riages an, haviog crorsd the river,
the Preiidenr," Secratery and Mm.
Endicott and Secretiirv Lamar pro
ceeded to Secretary Whitney's borne.
Postmaiter-Geneial and Mrs. Vilai
and their son went b the Jrifth Ave
nue Hoto'.
APPROPRIATE.
As rres'deni i'leveland .and his
party landed in Brooklyn this morn
ing a bund statior ed near by struck
np "For He's Goirg to Marry Yum
Yum." MISS FOLSOM
breakfasted in her private parlor in
the Gilsey House at (I o'c ock this
morning. She received a larga bou
auet from the President, accompa
nied by a not. At 0:30 o'clock Sec
retary and Mrs. Whitney
called, and liter Mrs 1 Vilas,
Mrs. Endicott and Mrs. Iamont
called, and soon three old schoolmates
of Miss Folsom were shown Jrp to her
parlor. The callers B)tor departed,
and Miss Folsonv noOmpanied by
Mrs. Lamontand Benjamin Folsow,
diove to the Twaty third street an
trance of tltf '-Fifth Avenue Hotel,
and soon Mud - folsom was seen view
ing the- reviewing stand in Madicon
8iuaf UiMugh an opera-glass. At
!'.: 10 ls8 Folsom, again accompanied
.bv ?irs. iamont, returne' to tlie Uil
Anaa kt L Q nilw.1r P.,al-
defit CI -vela d drove up to tho
Thirtieth street entrance oft he Gls y
House, aim was at once shown up to
tho private parlor of Miss Folsom.
He reniai' ed until 0 o'clock, when he
dined with l is betrothed in her par
lor, and at 7:4) o'clock he took h s
leave for Secretary Whitney's resi
donee, and ho tli-a drove to the
Academy of Musie at 8:10 o'c ock
n m. Miss Folsom, accompanied by
Mrs. VilnS, Mrs Whitney, Mrs. La
ment aod Secretary Endicott, in two
carriage', lef& the hotel and w nt to
tho Acadcmv, jvliere fiey occupied a
box during UieBirjM;es.
niPARTl'RE CK TilK PRiftlDENT FOR NEW
YORK.
A carriage containirg- Piesident
Cleve'and and Secretaries luuar i nd
Whitney arrive! in Jersey City at
11:110 o'clock to-night. -Tho trio en
tered a si ecial car at'ached to the
Washington exjris, due to leave at
midnight but wvh departed at 12:1
While waiting Jfie party chatted in
the private car
Miss Folft.nn, t is stated, will leave
at noon to asorrcw for Washington.
Sir. Ctavelands law p rtner, Bissell,
is in thecity anc. he will, it is bo
lieved, accouipaiy the young lady.
- ;,'-'
ySonalp at I lie white House.
AsiiiNGTOfi, Way 31. It is said at
u w in e House this evening; that
liss Fi-lsom is expected t arrive in
Washington witli her mo her and
cousin some time on Wednesday, and
the party will go to the White House
immed atelv upon their arrival in
this city. The arrai-gemen s hereto
fore outlined for securing pi i vary at
the wejding will be strictly adhere I
to In addition to tho Preside t and
his bride and the members of the cab
inet and their w.ves, the only
persons who will be present ut
tbe ceremony are Mrs Hoyt
and Visi Cleveland (Mrs. Fols in
Mr. Benjam n Folsom a d possibly
two or thr-e other relatives of the
bride); Mr. Wilson S. Bissc.ll, the
President's fonter law partner; Mia
Nelson of Albanv, an old friend of
the Cleveland family; Dr. and Mrs
Biryon Sunderland and Col. at d Mrs.
Lamont, about twenty-five persons in
all.
It has been definitely determined
that no newspaper correspondents
can be admitted on this occasion, but
it is, nevertheless, authoritatively
promised that an accurate descrip
tion of tho wedding wi l he furnished
the press from the Wlute House.
Central Nut-aery,
99 Market street. Telephone 717. Re
duction of prices for balance of the
season.
A UftDWLTQT HID QUflT DIIVCDQ
ftllflllVLUI rUIIUIIULUUILIIU
B. LOWENSTEIN Sc BROS, having: discontinued their Shoe Department,
have sold their entire stock of Boots and Shoes to ZELLNER & COM 300 Main
Street, at about half of original cost, who are fully determined to let the
general public share the full benefits of the great purohase.
Beginning WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th, these goods will be put on sale at
ZELLNER & CO.'S Shoe Store, 300 Main Street, at such low prices heretofore
nt known here. The goods are fresh and desirable, most of them this season's
purchase.
We have also Marked Down Our Own Extensive Stock of Boots and Shoes to correspond.
The early comers will have the best pick of Styles and Sizes. Don't let this
opportunity pass as it does not come often.
LliR h
ihi:i.
H'IOM.KY-Od Monday vnln, M :llt,
lKMi, nt rriiilrnti'. No. .V V1uy atrott, Tktik
j. tM-oM.KY, k(1 ;." eir. ion vt liriiUet
aod tlio lata iQomin ooller.
Friend, are invit d to attend hl funeral
from hit la r-lidrnco tbia (TDK SlA V)
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Bervloei at St.
Veter'n rhii'rh
Ii. OF II.
OFFICERS and member! of Ptamnnd
Lodne. N. oSI, K. of H.,ar ordered
tt meet at ih r hall ibit (TllKtiUAV) atter
nonn at 2 o'clock 'o attend tba luneral ol
their late brotber, l'eter tiooliey. 1W rder
ol Lull 18 rOUhbfA. lliotator.
Fbivk Viinni, Secretary.
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MtMl IIIS, 1EN.,
At ( lata of Iliialue aa. Hay 89, IHHO.
HthOI H( a'
I.am and Plioounta II.ITO.HW 35
Mciii)tna I oiiipronttae noi an
('otton KxchaLfre Membe'hi.....
Itankinirbuuae aod otlice fiilures
Kxoenpe,
MdhtKichame K'H.VH OS
Cah on band iMSUWI M-
6,0 4) (K)
iiM) (
9ft (UK) WI
8,7l.t ttf
- 52.120 73
f)l,T72,M 74
Litnn itii:.
Cap'tat Paid np
Undivided 1'rotlu
Intereit and kliebanie
lleposita
. fi'O.nf.ow
.. iiH77nm
40,tiAt f
.. 1,(113, lit M
11,772 634 74
DIRHIOH1
A. Vaccaro,
Jorepb Itruce.
R. Dudley Frayaer,
H. P. h. ad.
Win. A. Willi. mion,
Nupoleon Hill,
K. hDlny.
benl. Bbb.
John H. Pepper,
J. It. McDavItt,
Iaai N. Bnoaden, .
Ut'l'K EM,
NAPOLEON BILL -.Preldent
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vice-President
B. P. HEAD -raahlot
ELKCIION NUriCB.
TIIK annual election of Board of Direc
tor, of the Kaotori' Fire Imuran"
Company to aerve for tbe enduing yer will
be hnld at the oompanjr'a offioe, No. 14 Madi
on etreet. Mean hit, Tenn., on TUK81IA V,
JlJNKH, lttHtj, hetw en the hnun of 12 m.
and 3 p.m. N. FUN IAIN K, Pretldent.
Jan B. Bn.i.ny, Hecreta j.
Otlice Ailington Insurance Co.,
MtNPHia, TK , Maj 2S, lWri
THKRB will be held, In th Compan'a
office. No. 43 Madnon itreet,
, Jan a, 1N,
'netween tbe hncn of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.i an
leotion for Ki te.n (IS) Uiraoton, to tarv
tbe enaului twelve tnonthi. i
WU. KK.NNbUAY, Secretary.
Bon Aejaa Hprltic.
OPEN for reo-ption ot (ueiU June 12,1Nki.
Table anpplied with th belt. l-ieouil
ratal with familiar. For Diarrhea, Dynet
la, Kheumat lin and Malaria, water, aid
oliinat uniurpaaaed. Write for circular, it
W. P. RlMSIiLL, Canhter,
Bn Aqua Bprlnw, Hickman Co , Tenn.
THE MONTOOMEKY
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
HIiaKnirry Coaaty, Va ,
l(avin( been thornuKh'y repaired and hand
mely furn abed, will be unened for the re
ception ot visit re nn June 1, INtti. For par
ticular, applv to (JKWKl)K W. VaIIU, Mana
ger, Montgomery tipiinga Poitolllce, Mont
tomery county. Va.
THE WHITE
Sulphur Springs
W KST VIRUI aI i.
Immedtatl)r on the Mnn of the trml Cfcei
apeuke and Ohio rilrond. The D.oHoele
hritt d ot all tbe mountain rfiorii, and one
of the oldeit atd mont popular of
AMUtl AN ATEK1NU I LUKH,
Will opn for the ("ofi-on June lit. Klevntion
ahovo title WH'er, 2(01 font; mrroundinv
troun'airin. Wnki feet, I'Ami'hletn 'eor b n
hyuieuio nlvanUgns can be had of ihe agent
of the C. A 8. W K. K . or ot
B. y RAH LB, ouperintendftnt.
mm
No. 238 Main Street.
Inoorporoted lOOO,
OPE9I 1IIK KKtlKE TEA It.
THE oonrae of ftn.lv I extended, thorough
and practical, alfirding luperior facili
ties for obtaining around lu el education.
For Catalogue call at the pch'o-rooin or
addrem T. . LKDDIN, Princip I.
GOOD ffW!
A. HEXTER,
5t.,
Ha Juit received a large itoek of th
lateet ityleg of
CASSIMEKES AND WORSTEDS
for Pant,, which wewll1 make to order al
much le-e than the niual price,, w will
make a good all-wool pan'g for Call
and eiamine our go d. A I, o. a complete
lin of OENTu' r UKNIfeHINU OOODH
tor th ooming aeanon at oar uiuil low
prio.
1. HEXTEK, K0. 214 MAIN ST.
UK. H. L. LAKL
FbjHlcLaa, hnrf eon aud Arconcher,
RESIDENCE AN0 OFFICE,
913 Main htreet, Near Ualou.
f Tlphoat 9o.H.
CO, : : 1
Sale to continuo Thirty Days.
JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Victor Wagon Sc lies, Wheel and Drag Scrapers,
WHEELBARROWS, LAWN MOWERS
U00R AND WINDOW SCREENS,
DesJardins, Miller & Rootes
WHOLESALE HARDWARE. v
JOHN l(. SPEED & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SALT. BAGGING AND IRON TIES,
30.1 FRONT ST., - JIF.JIIVIIIN, TENN.
Ohio Itlicr and MIcIiIkho Kail C'oinpuiilcN,
J. lnlnl?r autl Noun IMItnbnrg Arrow Tie,
I.allln nnd Itmid 1'owdor C'ompHny.
BEST BRANDS OF PURE JUTE AND FLAX BAGGINGS
UmSOJL.UJL'lON NOTICE,
0
MEMPHIS, TENN., Jun 1, m.
TUB firm of EBTKH. DO AN A CO. Ii thli day dliaolrad by limitation. Theinrrlrlng
partner. '.. N. Etea, will aettl the buiinea at th office of tbeir auoeMiore, Z. NT
KSTk.8 A CO., who will continue th Wholeial Grocery and Cotton Kactnrag bailneai u
formerly don by ut.
Z. N. ESTKrf.
S. 8.
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
(dUtTBSBORS TO VAT, DOAVN eV CO.I
Vholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tenn.
Mm
ii ml of ills.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. K. HOU WIN, Prett. J. M. WOOOBaV Vieo-Pres'U C. U. KA1NE, Caklr
0
Board of Dlr.otora.
t. n.
Tt'rtLKY. ) M. UOOUDAB, J. R. OODWIH,
w. a.
v. M.
J. w.
W. N.
JOHN
mWA
1IHUUK, M. HAVlit, J, W. FALLS,
NKL.NON, T. It. MIMS W. P. DllNAVAIH,
BM1TI1, CI1AHLKS KNKf, H. J. BLACK.
, WILKFIRHON, R. T. CoOPKR, U. K. COFKIN,
ARMISTKAI), 0 B. ItRVAN ' A. W. NKW80M.
npe,iinr; nt th Mtma al TanaMww. TraaiaMta m wvaeirial Ummtiimg
,. Nt anit alee, NimvIi,! 4ltwailN n tiwtl,tfii a. mm
E. SLAGER, jj : TAILOR.
VfY RPRINO AND Bl!MMKRKTOCK Ii now compleU, oonal.t
lYI. ina of the lateat and ohoica,t deRlirni in all the Noveltie, In-
trniluoed In loreiyo market,. My aelecttoni are made with great
"are a, tocoit, and qualitr. in order to offer to the public the lateat
tiiahiunalile good at reaiionahie iirioei. I wirh to make apecial men
tion of inr "eUctinn of a larva aMortinent of the moat elegant de-
Mtan in KMLIaH rHOIINKKM, which are now read lor the
innpeotion ot tar rrienai ana
for. Nooond anl
llliOIf & Mil
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
S AJSU
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
WI AhK IN DAILY KKCKIPT K DKSIRAULR SKI! A.VII NCWNKal
UOIIIrN, which we oiler to the Trade upon the moat farnrabl. tarrea Our price,
will oompare farorably with thoe of any market in tbe United otatea. We ar Agent, for
TenneHgfe Muuufucturlug Ca.'s IMiiliIs, DrllU, Micetln, Milrtlnr, Et,
TaTUVrTvrOIST TH AIiTl.
O.K. HOITCK Oo.
No. 380 JInIn Ntreol, ?f emphis.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST PRICES FOR CA.SII OR TIME.
SbpAt TUns.f. pud ltnnlrs. Xiw Pianos for Itaiit
J. R. GODUIN Hi 00.
And Commission Merchants,
7?o, 31 and 30 Madison Street, ilempUIsf
Ma n fit.
7,. N. K-iTK.
K. J. UOAN. BitoHtrli.
SP1CER.
W. B. DO AN.
tn. puonc, at my oiu mu,
Jtfleroai Nta,

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