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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1886.
VOL. XLVINO. 141.
WASH ITS rBlrVXD JBaY.
Th mad King of Bavaria la dead.
He committed suicide at a late Hoar
-on Euaday tTentog last, first murder
ing his a'tsndiog phvs'clan, Dr. God
den, who aongbt to save him from
Mmtelf. Hi atrangt habit of axcta-
Bion, which at fret was regarded s a
mere idioayncracy, grew into a
type of incurable Lm an it, and
when his debts r-r ached a point be
yond present liquidation by himself
or tbe ration, ind he still continued
his childish extravagances, it wag
deemed best to have h!s condition
declared by medical experts with a
view t9 his being dethroned and plac
ing the government of the country
in the band of a regent.
This was done last week,
and when offic al notification
of the fact was made to him he con
firmed the report of the doctors by
ordering his Ministers to be placed
under arret t, and finally to be
whipped until tbey bled, when their
eyes were to be plucked from their
sockets. The good penp'e who paid
homage to him opnn their knees
as he drove on Sunday along the pub
lic highway t Berg cast!e, which was
to be his place of confinement, even
they were Bit isfi'd by this tbat the
King who, in the early years of his
reign, had done to much, following in
the footsteps of his grandfather, to
beautify Munich and advance Ba
varia, was an incurable maniac. Hab
itual melancholy had degenerated to a
mania that forbade any hope of recov
ery. The tendency to insanity was in
his blood and the habit of se
clusion fixed and fed it until, with ad
vancing yea's, it marked its power by
limiting his etrtngk of self-control.
His grandfather, Lou's, will be re
called by a'l who are acquainted with
the history of Bivaria within the past
fifty years, as the monarch who grant
ed to the Bavarians a constitutional
system of government almost
Democratic in its construction.
He was a scholarly man of mist pro
nouncod artistic and adentilic ten
dencies, who, full of bis after purpose,
while yet Crown Prince, stinted him
self and lived within an almost par
simonious economy that he might
make great art collect one, and also
make of his beloved Munich a foremost
art center and one of the famous
and delightful capiU's of Europe.
The glyptotheca and panoptotheca.two
now world-famous building, the fres
coes of which raised Kaulbach and
his pupil, Pi'oti, to the highest rank
as painter?, attest his flielity to tbe
purpoee of his life. But while thus
making reality of h's drjam, he
was not unmindful of his rec
reations. He was a merry
monarch, but open and frank, we
might say insolently impudent,
made no concealment of bis amours.
His affection for the fimeus Lola
Moutez, an Irish adventuress cele
brated for her beauty, was so coa
spicuous as to be offensive to Ids peo
ple, who were stirred to a point of
revolution by the Clerical party, who,
in the perilous years preceding that
of 1848, found that she was an ardent
revolutionist, and was urging Louis
to concede the reforms in gov
ernment that hia people in common
with all others in Europe were then
Glamoring for, and they incited the
students firtt and thousands of ths
humbler classes afterward to declare
against and insist upon her expulsion
from Bavaria. As Countess of Lans
feldt she exerciied a dominating influ
ence over the monarch, dictatsd tbe
'dismissal of ministries and, brave as a
lioness, faced more than one
Insulting mob, on an occasion of
extreme danger, defending herself suc
cessfully with pistols in hand; and she
did not finally give up until Louis re
signed from the throne in 1848. Un
like hia grandfather, Loui", or Ludwij
the Second, was not a s'ave to women,
nor did he care much for science. He
was an artist, a musician and a man
of genius, remarkable for his discern
ment in public affairs until brooding
insanity es?rted itself and weak
ened his powers in that
direction. Born iu 1845, he suc
ceeded to tbe throne in 1865 and
became noted at once for his eager
patronage of arthts, and his desire to
make Munich a great music center, as
his grandfather had made itauart
center. He was quick ti comprehend
the wonderful genius of Wagner, then
Struggling to make himself heard, and
in hearty sympathy with the lofiy
purpose of that grtatatt of tne tone
poets of this era, made for h m the
coveted opportunity that I f ed him
into deserved conspiruity, and thus
made the whole world his debtor. At
Biyruth, wh' re the grea optraa that
revive theNiebelungen L:cu were first
produced, he had a thea er biilt after
deeigns made by Wagner hinuelf, fur
nishing it with machinery, ecentry
and acf es!ories that helped to re lize
the dreams cf the greatest muter of
music since Bne'hoven, and cf
dramatic construction since Shakes
peare. Civilization never before
nor since has witnessed any
thing so ruarvelomiy realistic as
these productions', ihe very seme of
the musical genius of Germany. And
lie enjoyed them all by h'mef,
the sole auditor of performances that
united all tbat was btst in dramatic
portraiture, in painting, and in
music. After these days of
triumph for Wagner, his tendency
to brooding eilence grew in intens ty
until it culminated in mania and
ended in nnpr. medita'ed murder and
suicide. His invagination in tbe in
tervening period carried him as bero
through all the ecenes of Wagnor'a
various opens, and frequ-n ly aud f r
months at a time he or a red hie atTa'rs
to tuit the exigencies of bis
ideal life, thus makicg for bimrelf
an unreal world into w inh no one
Could obtrudf, there etrenjtbpn ng his
tendency to insanity, fr. m whicu he
was only awakened by a rude trans
ieirence to another world.
DR. HCXFOBD, OF THE liNSAS
Weni4e4 by a Lawyer Whom Ha
Eipoee4 la His Paper Twa
Kaksas Citt, Mo., June 14. A sen
sational thooting affair occurred thoit
lyatur 6 o'rl ck this evening, at tbe
ennerot wintl ana Main streets, in
this city, in which 1)'. Morrison Mua
ford, proprietor of tbe Time, and two
otber persons, were shot by W. A.
Carlile, an attorney of tbe city. Tne
locality is known us tbe "Junction,"
where Main and Delaware unite, and
the Ninth s'.reet cahlecara receive and
discbarge tbe greater portion of their
pes ergers. IV. Munfrrd, arcom
pa'ied by a gentleman frind,
had come f om the Time
build Df? to take a car going
east. Mr. Munford entered the car.
wbich wts about comfortably filled
with peop'e, and was about to take a
seat near tbe door when Carlile, who
had been standirg near tbe First Na
tional Bank building, a few fed away,
came up ti the pla form of the car,
drawing a revolver, and spoke to Mr.
Murford, saying: "You have tra
duced my wif , ai d I will kill you 1"
at the saxe moment
FIRING AT Ml SKORr,
who was but three feet dis ant. The
hail struck Munford in theeide, g'anc
ing from a rib and lodging under the
skio, just below the breast-bone. Car
lile quickly fired again.the ball cutting
bis intetded victim's coat and striking
Misi Jennie St-euter, a girl of sixteen,
who occupied the nex1 seat in the car.
Mr. Munford then s ensed forward,
trying, meanwhile, to d aw a revolvtr
and Carlile stepped into the street on
tbe Eouth eideand began firing through
tbe windw, one ball etriking a
passenger named John Hale in tbe
face. After firing five shots in all, and
each in rapid su.cetsion, Carlile e'art
er to run around the forward or grip
car attached to the other one, and was
seized by two officers as Monfcd
stepped down to the pavemen' on tbe
north side with bis revolver drawn
and leveled. Ice latter, who thought
he bad been
bad tried to shoot, bnt bad cot been
able to draw his weapon, tbe trigger
of wLich was caught in scabbard
w hich encased it and wh'ch hid pre
vented bis draw ng sjonor. He called
to the rtiiceis to let Carlile go and
give him a chrnre, bnt bystanders
quickly interfered and peruiaded the
doctor to give tip bis weapon. He
was taken to Dr. Jmlf on's oiliee in the
Times building adjoining, where tbe
bullet in his breast was extracted
and his wound dress- d, after which
be was removtd to h s home. Carlile
meauwbi e wrs conducted down Main
etreet, followed by an argry crowd.
His act on in shooting indiscriminate
ly iato the throng aroued the gieat-e-t
icdignatiun, and threa s of vio
lence wtre fieuly made on nil sides
At Seventh street the prisoner was
rut into a carriage and hurried to the
(station, several atones being burled
after the vehicle.
Walked to the pavement and sat
down. A carriage w tilled and she
was taken home where' ber wound
was dressed. The ball was found to
have passed through the fleshy por
tion of tbe 1 ft breast a ad tnough
pa nfnl is not dangerous. The bullet
that (truck Hale in tbe face lodged in
bis head and has not been removed.
Hia life is not in danger except in
ca?e of erisypela, which is feared. Dr.
Marf rd, who reaoa'ned cool and col
lected throughout the general excite
ment over the affair, Is resting well
to-night and will soon . recover.
Car, lie is at the police ttation in cus
tody. The trouble origina'ed in the pub
lication by the Timet of charges
agam-t Carlile's professional and
moial character. On May 13th the
Timet pu -ilithed an account of a trip
to California by Carlile and Miss Sailie
Crate, a young heire;s to a fortune f
$150,000, in wbich the y:uag lady
traveled as his niece. Tr.is was ia
March. A second trip was made
later. Mr?. Cani'o and their tbrse
children remaining here at h'ome. In
this connection the Timet charged
that Mr. and Mrs. Carlile bad
F NT ICED THE OIKL FROM BEB MOTHERS,
Mrs. Jcseph Hendrlckson, ad kept
ber at their house for the purpoee of
getting hr money away from her;
that Carlile ha I obtained from her as
bis ward an unlimited power of attor
ney to control or dispose of her
property. It was also intimated that
ne had taken improper, if not crimi
nal, liberties with the girl. Carli e
made a denial of tbe charges in print,
but did not biing any libel suit
as he was requested to do by the
paper. He is a prominent member
here of the Method st Centenary
Church, with which Mits Crute was
abo connected Some talk of church
action was had, but nothing has been
done in the matter. Ca liie hd
several times of late threatened Mun
ford's life, but bad not before at
is a native of Kentucky, and is widely
known tbronph bis position as pro
prietor of tne Times.
At midnight Dr. Munford was do
ing well, as also was Mi-s a Stneter.
Mr. Hall's condit:on is quits cr'tcal.
Carlile will be held to await the re
sult of his victim's injuries!
Mr. Carlile is a Virginian bv birth.
He married in Chicago in 1877, and
has practiced law here for some years.
He is a relative of ex-Senator Oh rile,
now deceased, who was once United
States Senator from West Virginia.
Sick and billions headache, and all
derangements of s'omach and bowela,
cured by Dr. Pierce's "Pel'ets" or
ant:-bi'ious granules. 25 cents a vial.
No cheap boxs to a low waete of vir
tues. By druggists.
The Conspiracy to Rob Eauat St.
St. Locis, Mo , June 14. The pre
liminary examinatiMt of Jack Biit oo,
who was ariested poral days sgo on
a chtrge of btirgiP leader in a con
spiracy to rob the East St, Lou;s hanks
tx.k place this mom ngb fore Ju tic
Cballenor. The man who dsl s-d
the p ot before it ould be carried
into execution, proved to be J. J.
Poweil, who, like Britton, is an Eat
St. Lcuis ca-penter. Powell, when
put oo the s'and, made a clover s'a'e
ment of tbe whole p'o which he s id
was difcovered before it could be ex
cuted, by a detective, who nduc-d him
to reveal its details. B iitoa was put
on the stand and denied PoweU's at-
legations, saying tbat he knew abso
lutely nothing of a plot to rob the
banks. He also brought forward
number of witnesses who testified to
his rood character. As the prosecu
tion rested their ease upon the state
ment of Powell, having nothing fur
ther of a criminating nature to adduce,
Justice Ubal en or claimed that there
was no care against Britton, and dis
THE THIRD ACT
OF A FARCE CAIXEU A CONTEST
Caaaaty Cvart A New ndaSlrtalnc
Fentai Developed Is Ihe Trial
a ;laaatntr Kale..
A laughable farce was in progress
nearly ail day yesterday at the Court
Houfe, where the County Court was
in si ssion until 9 o'clock. Tbe election
for chairman hut January, which re
sulted in favor ot J notice Blaughte-,
was held by a full court, and it was at
lemp'ed to contest it yesterday before
a half ourt- Justice Smith, who dies
very hard, has had the case in Chan
ceiy and in the County Court, to
wbich tbat tiibunal remanded it and
wl era it was again settled injnsiics
Slaughter's favor; a blanch of it
in the Supreme Couit, and now
another tussle before tbe justices.
Just ca York presided, and a large
number of witneees were examined.
Lawyers apoeartd for both side, end
the proceeding whs nothing more nor
ltss than "aoing behind the returns."
It is prrbahle tbat no such ecene was
ever witnessed brfore in tbe State.
The neireet thing to it was tbe in
vest gu-on cf tbe famous bcturmng
Board -ia Liuisiana. When Judge
McDowell beard tbe injunction case
he decided that if it could be
shown tbat Justice Lee Allen
did not vote on the first ballot, the in
junction should be dissolved and
(Jh airman slaughter installed in otuce.
Allen, wbo had at firct been induced
to swear that he did vote on the first
ballot, maM an explanation in which
he admitted that he might have been
mittakec. giving it as his opinion upon
further consideration that he did not
vote on the firtt ballot. This, of course.
settled the matter, and Justice Slaugh
ter was conducted to hia seat, the only
ether point at issue being whether or
not Justice Smith consented to tbe
taking of a second ballot, and this the
couitalmoet unanimously decided in
Only one new feature was brought
out duiing the progress of yesterday's
farce, and tbat was a rather striking
one. Seventeen magistrates who were
ca led to the stand swore that tbey
voted for Slaughter on i tie nrjt bal ot.
They were: J. G. Mooie, John Gra
ham, Cyros Fields, iratia; rorter, j.
W.Allen, C. U. Hughes, J.M. Uole-
man. J. N Hairiton. J. B. Blackwell,
It. T. Shivers, C. Jones, W. T. Jack
son, W. It. Harrell, T. M. B and, P. J.
Quivlev, R M. Macon and A. C. Koark.
Afhdavi'stf a siuii'nr import iiom
Jus ices Hugbey and Williams were
read. Jus-ices Powell and Stewart
were not present, but tbey are known
to have worked and voted for Slaugh-
t'-r iiret, lost Mid all the time. Thus it
was thown taut twenty-c.ne makis
tr.tes voted for Slaughter on the fi st
ballot, while only eighteen were
read and counted lor mm when
tbe ba lots weie taken out
of the hat. This means one of
three things that eome of the mag's
tra'es swore falsely yesterday, that
some of them wrote Smith inadver
tently for S aoghter on their ballots,
or tbat some of tbe ballots are still
st ckicg in the lining o' that bat. So
remarkable a slat- ui tacts will mike
the court exceedingly careful here
after wten counting out tbe litt'e
Flips which decide the 'fate of candi
dates. Tne farce will be continued to day.
Cuitain rises a: 9 o'clock.
BROWN SYILLE, TENS.
Commencement Emerelaea of the
larioiiL to TBI arriaL.I
Brownsville, Tenn., June 14 The
commencement exercises of tbe
Brownsville Female College have be
gun. Fiidaynigbta mott enjoyable
enter'ainment was given by tbe
younger eclHara. Afier one or two
songs and rtei tali or s all the children
took pa t in the cantita, "Coronation
of the Kofe." It was sweetly ren
dered. In a room adjoining bung
eome fine specimens of palming and
drawing by tbe young ladies of the
artc'ass. rart colarly fine wreeome
beautiful comings bv Misses fay and
DJsey Haiitth'on. One drawing, a
boy's head, which was buag too high
for your corresponJent to make nut
the fair artint's name, was especially
noticeable for the very fine expr s
sion. It was natural as life. Dr.
Geo-gt B. Fager of Mobile, Ala.,
preached the commencement sermon
Sunday nnrning. It wes ore of ilie
bu st hedrd in u.-owrsville in a long
lime. The doting exercises continue
through the first part of(tUis week.
UIUIN IN snjur.
Report of the Chicago and Mew
Tor It Exchange.
Chicago. Ill , June 14 The num
ber of buaoela of grain in store in the
United States and Canada Jnne 12th,
and the increase or decrease an com
pared with the previous week will be
nosted o 'Change to-morrow as fol
lows: WhRRt, 32,458,081 bushels; de
crease, 1,006 858 buhels; corn. 9,387,
2'JO; increase, 675,704; oats, 2,fi!5,298;
iocreate, 420,307; rye, 303,228; in
creap,21,535 ; barley, 244,470. decrease,
51,509. Tbe amouat in Chicago eleva
torswas: wheat, 8,300,929; cnrD,2,301,
285; ngte, 373,904; rye, 17,781; barley,
Itfew York Uraln Mtatem'nt.
New Yobk, June 14. The via ble
supply of grain in comparison with
that of a week ago, according to
the official report of the Produce Ex
change ,is as fo'lowa: Wheat, 32,424,
180 bushels; decrease, 1,041,700 bush
els; corn, 9,386,885; ii crease, 525,
663; oats, 2,596,881; increase, 428,012 ;
rye, 304,6 0; Increase, 22,050; barley,
245,227 ; decrease, 60'20-o.
Seott'a Emalaloa or Pom
Pod T.iver Oil. with Hvnonhosnhites.
in Consumption and Wast'ng D s
eases. Dr. O. W. Barringer, Pitts
burg, Pa., says: "I think your Emul
sion of Cod Liver Oil is a very fine
nrerjaration. and fills a long-felt want.
It is very uaeful in consumption and
Have bem using Tor.galineand am
well pleased with its results; it super
sedes al otber so-called rheumatic
remedies, s. c. worsham, m.d ,
BCT LITTLE INTEREST MAM
FESTED IN THE
Judicial Genres ties Which Meets
To-day The Leading
laraouL totii arraAL.l
Nashville, Tenn., June 14. There
are not over 200 delegates in the city
to the Republican State Judit ial Con
vention wbich assembles to norrow,
and but little interest is manifested
At a caucus to-night the question
of whether a fall ticket would be put
out or not was left to them. It ii mors
than probable tbat
A FULL TICKET
will be pnt rut. Bando'ph, Brown
and Price, of Shelby, and 'Murray of
Huntlngioo, lead from West Tennes
see; Warder, Watson and Rohm,
from Middle Tenn wee, 'and Baxter
aud Andrews, from East Tenntssee,.
D. A. Nunn and Alt Taylor aie t e
only real candidates for ( over nor.
Taylor says be won't accept, and Nunn
is thought to be far ahevj forth
ST. LOUIS SOCIALISTS
Still Holrilag Their Mea lng, bat
t oudarllna; Them Very Quietly.
St Loi'ik, June 14. Tfce Social'sts
of this city continue to he ld their reg
ular meetings despite tbe action taken
by the city authorities prohibiting
them. They are, as a ru'e, quietly
conducted, and although they are he'd
secretly, it is understood that the rev
olutionary and incendiary speeches
wbich were tbe order of the day be
fore tbe Chicago no s. have become
let's fn querit. Three meetings of the
different branches of the order were
held yesterday to complete arrange
ments for a grand demonstration on
the 4th of Joly, which will take the
form cf a picnic, the pron'sol wbich
are intended to be expended tor the
benefit of their friends who are being
persecuted (?)by the authorities in
various carts of tbe coontry. The cir
cular anno'iccing this faH is printed
on vividly red paper, and the tickets
rf admission on no less, lu id cards.
Notjd Socialibt epo kera from various
localities have been secured, one rf
the most prominent being William C.
Gorsnch of Baltimore, Mil The ex
iled Prince Krapitkine, who is now in
London, about to sail for the United
States, - it is expec el will be ia at
Nominating- Convention for Ihe
Ninth Chanrery Dlvlxlon.
Israelii, to thi arraAL.l
Jackhon. Tenn . June 14. A dele
gate convention of the Democracy of
tbe Ninth Chancery Division met in
this city to-day and nominated by ac
clamation the Hon. A. G. Hawkins of
Carroll county for Chancellor.
Tbe convention to nominate a Cir
cuit Judge and Attorney General for
the Eleventh Judicial Circu t will
meet at Hendertoo, C eiter county,
to-morrow. A large ueiegutioa from
this city will leave for there to-night.
PlNE BLUFF, ARK.
A Yonai Man Hilled by the Aeel,
dental DUcbartje era Piatt I.
lariouL to tbk irriAL.I
Piss Blcff. Ark.. June 14. Mr. A.
B. Knox, a young son of R. M. Knox,
a prominent met chant of this city,
last nigbt while handling a pistol, it
was accidentally discharged, the ball
penetrating his bead. He has been
insens'b'e ever since and cannot sur
vive the feaiful wound. The sad acci
dent exat-s deep sympathy for the
popular young man and his grief
LAB Pit NOTES.
St. Lonla Servant Ulrla Oruaultlnc.
St. Louis, Mo., June 14. For Borne
time past a number of prominent
Kn'ghts of Labor organizers have boen
indus'rious'y at work among the
servant girls of this city, with very
pa iefact iry results to the order. A
local snemb'y has been organized and
they will be admitted to the Knights
of Ltbor as part of a na ional district
tsemb'y, to be composed entirely of
g r's Ihe a'.s mb'y already numbers
in the neighborhood of 150 members,
and is increasing. The place of meet,
ing is kept secret for tbe present, the
principal reason b ing the (Usire of
the girls to withhold tbeirnames.irom
the public, for if they were known to
be members of the Knights of Labor
they might loee their situations. They
wi l admit hotel wailresas, also, and
the combined strength of these and
the servant girls will, tbey are confi
dent, bring their employers and mis
tresses to terms.
Threatened Loekoot at Aagnatn,
Al'oi 9TA, Ga.. June 14. McGraw,
the ohjcc'ionable overseer in the Al
gernon mill, has reeigned, ard the
threatened lockout in tbe mills has
A DruicfrJr Story.
Mr. Isaac O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balaan for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise Its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many yen re; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
Pram North Cleorarla.
Vn.n. A. MeEntlra writes from Hnrin
Plara: tor manjara Ibatabaan a r.l
aarTsrar troiB indiaeaiion, tick haadnoha and
arvoua proitration eauaed fron bilioninata
and ooniuiiioD. a tried maay remaaiaft.
bat aot no permanent rrltet until I uMd
Dr. Moalej'a Lemon Elixir. I am now In
batter bealth than for maiy yeara. Mr
daughter baa bran aubject to chilli and ra
rer from ber infanoy. I nould lot nothlna
to ralieve her: the Lemon blixir baa raaiored
her to perleot health.
W. A. Jamaa, Bell Button, Ala., writeai
I hare auffered areatly from indigestion or
dyapepaia. Una ootila of Lemon blixir did
me mora food than all the medioina I aver
took. 80 oanta and ti per bottle.
- Sold by drug-xiaU. Prepared by Dr. II.
Motley, Atlanta, Oeori-ia.
irKOKSIfl 1RO.K BITTEBM KM
tirelyenrad Mr. S. A. Cooka, 360 Main
atreet, Mempaia, Tenn., of a aevera eaaeof
ouuu ana Ictv, lie belieru ia it.
BURrORD Monday. June 14, 1SS at 7
0 eloek .Bi.,at thereaiaenre ol Mil pareota,
Na. Uti LauJerda'e Itreet. William L.. ief&ni
ton el H. U. and Lillian K. ilurford, ated
raneral from late rMidenea thia CTCS8
DAT) afters oca at S e'olock. Frieada of
the family Invited to attend.
CJT. KI.M0 COMMAKDKRY. No.
HO COMMAKDKRY. No.
.T. Will meet in tinted
thia (TU KbI)A Y) eeenine, V y
, at o'clock, for diipaica VarA
. Viaitina Sir KnifhU-
Cone are tbia I
By order N. W. SPEKRS, Ja, B.C.
Atmt: Ji. 8. MimwHi Recorder.
MBMPHIS LOliOH NO. . .vtatr-.
I.O.O.F.-Tbe metufcera t-j2?.
thia Lndte are reqaeitd to meetit4'i- a 'J
thia (TUESDAY) evenint at t --injr
o'olock lor work in the Initiatnry deeree. A
full attendance deaired. Viaitine bnthera
fraternally invited A. Mi'NKIL. N.U.
W. C. SoawALnaria, Seeretary.
Grand Army of the Republic
WILL meet TO NIGHT at S o'olock, at
2f4 tieeond atreet.
By order. W J. SMITH, P. C.
M T. Wn.l.UM'PK, Actint Adjntant.
Great and Bonafide June
An Immense Sacrifice of all our Flue
Woolens, donble-fold, worth
50oto$l 50, all at
25 CENTS PER YARD.
For $37 SO!
A KKKMBR HANDSOME SATIN &1KR-
VELLEUX OR BILK COHTUMK to order
IHSCOl XT OF OXE-TIIIKD
A anvlnt of one-third on all fine DRESS
UOUOS AMD DlLKo, at
A aarina of ona-thlrd on all LACKS at
A iuvIdi of one-third on all II ATS at
K REM EE'S
Special $5 Buys Parasols
Worth 10 to 115, TO DAY, at KRKMER'S.
All our Pnraanla and Sun Umbrollaa in
Great Fan Sale To-Day!
ALL 0UK BAHOAINS TO BK UAV
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MEMPHIS, TEXX.,
At t'laaa of Haalneea. Haw 39, 1NM.
Leana and DiaaonnU 1,1),:W9 W
Memphia t'oinprowiae Bonda 2A,Oi0 (10
Cotton Exchange Membership.... 2!0 IK)
Bankinabouae and offioa flxiurea SO.(kk) 00
Kxpenaea 8,7I4 66
hifc-ht Exchange tn.V24 (
Caah on hand M,m 6s 528,120 73
CaplUIPaldup I fH),or.O 00
Undivided ProOU 11H 77A 64
Intereat and Exchange 40.AW M)
Depoaita . 1,01:1,128 51
11,772 534 74
A.Vaccaro. Wm. A. WlllUmaon,
Joseph Bruce, Napoleen Hill,
R. Dudley Frayaer, K. Knaley,
S. P. Hrad, Uenj. MM,
John R. Pepper, Jua. II. McDavItt,
iaaao ii. ouuwubu,
NAPOLEON HILL President
WM. A. WILLIAMSON VIco-l're.idont
B. P. READ (laahier
iStiike the Iron W hile It's Hot.
In order to more oar Immense stock we
make the following offer:
Good Btraw Hate at, 25c, 35c. 50o and 75o
Kxra Fine Straw II aU at....il, II 25, II 50, I'i
Dmail niraw iionueia, ail ouiur.
Extra Wide Brim Hats, for country ....35o
Beautifnl Roaea, all oolora, per doaen 40
Violets, per doien 5j
Buttercups, per doaen 10e
Carnation Pinks, per dieen .15e
Elegant Boncbe- or flowers sit
K.tra Rine nnnnhea of Vlowera 500
Imported French Flowers from tl to 15
trlcli aipa (S la bunch) for SOr
fruits. Leaves, etetna, all xinas 01 ma
terial to make Arttloial Flowers.
Ilriilal mid MeHriiliifC OutllU
The Finest Aa.ortmant of DOLLS In the olty.
II eta Reehaped, feathera 4'ltiaad,
asjl ana iHrira,
OOLDEN HAIR WASH by tba small or
We Make a Specialty of Millinery,
Employing tba beat hands in the city, give
our whole attention to it, and we defy oora
petition In that line.
DR. II. L. LASKI,
byalclan, Surgeon nd Acconcher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
313 Hslu Ntreet, Near Union.
Telephone No. W.
No. 6197. In the Chanoery Caurtof Shelby
founly, Tenn. Daniel rvuietu at al vs.
obn Hunter et al.
t eiiM.rln from affidavit to the bill In
thia cause that ihe dofoadanta Willie B.
Martin, Thomaa L. Martin and John K,
Jiuoter are non-residents of Tennessee and
residents of Louisville, Kentucky;
It ia therefore ordered, That they make
their apiaarance herein, at the Court-Hvuae
of bbelby county, in Memphia, Tenn., on
or before the Brat Moey in July, imi, ana
Elead, answer or demur to eomolainaau
ill, or the aame wi I be tiken for eonleaaed
as to them and aet for hearing ex parte: and
tnat a copy ol thia order he published once a
...k. far f.inr successive weeks, in tbe
Memphia Dal y Appeal. Thia 5th day ol
June, ism. A eopy-aueeii
S. I. McDOW ELL. Clerk and Master.
By B. F. Coleman, Deputy O. and M.
Postou 4 Poaton, Sol, for compl't. in
JOHN P. LIANHYiMOVDiG LIACEKIES
Victor Wagon Scales, Wheel and Drag Scrapers,! j
. B4 DOOR .'AND WINDOW SCREENS,
DesJardins, Miller & Hoolos
39 4 51 A IX ST., MKJIIMIIN, TEXN.
B. J. Semmes & Co.
-PHOPHICIOK or TIIK-
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
Flavoring- Extract, Njrop, Ilaklnf rowdem,' Toilet Articles, Etc, Etc.
OO J a fTeraon Street.
J. K.ODWIJf,Preg'U J.X.UUUDllAUtYleoIWU C.H. HALVE, Cm bier
T. B. Tl'RLEY,
W. H. BKUCH,
F. M. NELSON,
J. W. PMITII,
W. N. W1LKF.RHON.
II 11 nn.nir.in.nl, v. . uiwni.. . . " . -. . .
avay-A !M.nry of lb "tale nt Tsaassaes. Traaaswla a Hreffsl xiaaklBLi
Btaaimeaa aaa arivaa naMViaa
N. M. JONES, President. I. P. PETERS, Vice -Proaidant.
W. D. P. cAWKIE, Secretary and Treasurer.
(Nurreaaxre lo 1'rleta A- Nawrlr,)
MANITACTUKKKM OF HIE "MAdNOLlA II K A il
36, 3S iiutl 40
N. M. JONES, JNO. K. BPEED, I. F. PITERS, (1E0. ARNOLD, W. D. f. SAWRIB.
"27o Tlie Trade.
aFsrWahava aold our entire bualneaa to the rKTKBS NAWHIE CO , and aik
for them a oontlnuanca of trad, eo kindly extended to
J. R. GODWIN km
And Commission Merchants,
No. .14 nml 3fl Uladlwou Htreet. WempiiU.
M M. DAT, W. H.HOHTWV, J. W. IIAII.KT.
Lata of J. H. Day A Bon. Late of Meaohain . Uorton. Lata of Bail.y A Covlnatoil
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn.
Dry Goods, Motions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noa. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
Wl ARE IN DAILY RECEIPT P DESIRABLE isf.au.isa areas au aim ass
aiOOON, which w. odor to the Tra.le upon the most fa sorabla terras. Onr prieea
will oo ro pare favorably with those of any market in the United States. He are Axenta lor
TeaeHe Mannfaftrirliiif rrf.a IMuldn, llrllln, Hhwtlnjr, Shlrttna;, Eto,
T j l
j t t I f . A Kvtn-ly fur all Plawt. (
;Crab Orchard WatersffiS?
I (Vnnlne Ornh Orchard 8lt In s.!ed yei kain -
1 rata ohchard Tf a co.. Pro
O.K. HOIJCK & Oo0
IV o 381 Main Street, Jlemphlii.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST PHICES FOIl CASH OB TIME.
Sheet, Mnsic anl Bools. Nftw Pinnon for Heat
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
J. M. OOODBAR, J. . OODWIN,
M. AVIN. J. W. FALLS,
T. B. HlMrf. W. P. DUNAVANT,
C11ARLKS KNBY, K. J. ULACK.
K. T. COOPKH, U. K. COKFIN,
ABsnasaaea m m'aaaawaiaaa-aiw
& SAWRIE CO.
- r nv rsi rxj ear e n. jue wm .
A Hvuii-lyrrall niMwinrth.a.sTer,saia-
s at '
I if..i,iilrin ult. M.hl 111 Ml IB
awlioa. i'i1. I tox aiannaaiiiii..
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