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AFP3SAI
ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1880.
VOL. XLVI NO. 145.
nutrirr
Mr. Glamtomi mud the opening
speech of bit Midlothian cmp'gn
last night t Edinburgh before an ex
cepticnalir iepietentativa audience.
It ia not chiming tco much to tar
tfcat it is one of the ablest of hia
life, a most extraordinary evl
dence of the ccmmandlug s&utlea
that make bim firtt among living
English speaking men. It is a clear
and comrrehorsive a'atement of hia
po ition and a thoroughly analytical
criticism of the petitions of his three
anttjronifta, 6a'isbury, Ilartington
and Chamberlain. The lsue, he eajs,
is one of sell-government or coer
cion for Ireland. The policy of the
Tories is one of special repressive
criminal leg'slation for Ireltnd to the
exclusion of Great Britain. To this
he is opposed, because centuries of
trial and test have proven It a miser
able failure, Paliebury has denied
this policy cf coercion, but he
proves it upon him fiom his own
words and acts, and from the speech
prepared by the Marquis for the
Queen and delivered by he at the
opening of Parliament. He wes
equally quick to answer Harrington
rjid Chamberlain, who, although they
have proposed many schemes, have
not determined on oce that
la feasible or that would
at all meet the deniwdj
of the Irish people for justice. They
are all cf them aa chimerical as Mat
thew Arnold's suggestion of a parlia
ment for each cf the provinces. "Ire
land," Mr. Gladstone exclaimed, "hai
not attained the primary purpose of
civilized life, whereas, Scotland
and England are well and happily
governed." What a confession is
this for the Prime Minister of England
to make, and yet such a confession
might have ben made at any time
within the century. All the rest of
the world but England knew it, and it
it was this knowledge that brought
about that unanimity of woild-wide
condemnation to which Mr.Gladetone
alluded in his last speech
in the House of Commons, aud
which, he eaid, had been repeated
in one form or another by
the leading crgans of public cp'n
ion in America and the British Col
onies, as well as in Europe. Self
government or coercion, he caya, is
the issue between him and his oppo
nents, and he csks the British
people to keep this steadily be
fore them, and cot be diftracied by
appeals for the consideration cf the
details cf the bill. Tbat is di ad a-d
is not to be resurrected. A new
measure is to be presented, and that
he pledges himeelf shall be as
plain, explicit and direct as
words can make the one purpose
he has now in view, and the only
one of securing to the Irish people
"the primary purpose of "'r.eo
life," coif government, a loc paiiu- ,
.... ... . . .. IT
ment that will make lor tne peace ana
prosperity of Ireland and strengthen
the empire. Heading this speech,
so masterful -for its strength
of statement, its force of logic and its
powers cf argument it is impossible to
see how it can even in degree be an
swered by either of his opponents.
Buttressed about as he is by justice,
fortified by truth and upheld by the
plaudits of the c'vilized world, Mr.
Gladstone is unanswerable and murt
achieve the victory for which anxious
millions are waiting as for the greater t
blessing in life.
Oub epecial from Louisville gives a
very full resume of the evidence taken
by the Presbytery in the Converse
case. It is very sad to say, but it is
nevertheless true, tbat Doctcra Bgi
and Daniel of this city are
getting the reverend brothers Con
verse into a corner. The evidence
of J. L. Wilson as to the Mo:ely pol
icy is very damaging and would of it
self ruin the cfcaraclcr of any man,
especially a holy man of God, oi.e set
apart for the preaching of the word.
What Col. Bennett H. Young has to
say, raixsd as it is ia state
ment, is more damaging ttan di
rect testimony, though not as much so
as what Dr. Btacken and Dr. Ken
nedy sy tf the Christian Obscner
being regarded as reckless, malicious'.y
incorrect, if not knowingly false, and
wtere the editors' interes's were con
cerned, as baaed on direct falsehood.
If there iBmuch more of such tes i
mony as this offered the brother,
and sitters of the Presbyterian
Church will begin to reflect on Drs.
Boggs and Daniels for not long ago
bringing the wicked and sinful pair to
trial. There is no knowing what evil
influence their paper has encouraged,
nor what damage it has done. Its ex
ample, as wholly unreliable, mutt, in
all these Tears, have been very de
moralizing, especially with the young.
It is quite true, as a gentleman re
marked to an editor of the Louisville
Timet recant'y, that "in the last year
or two the illiterate, coa'se and com
mon-place brni'ers, whose personal
worth off the baseball field was abso
lutely of no moment whatever, have
been elevated into stations cf import
ance wholly beyond their desalts.
The biocranhiee of these fellows, many
of whom cannot read, are written for
the admiring gamins and baseball
cranks. Their tal k, their actione, their
habits a-e chronicled with the great
est possible accuracy ana detail, iney
are spoken of as 'the great pitcher,'
'the gieat catcher,' and sd on, the
same terms being used as woald be
ariDlied to a benefactor of the human
na " To it nnl fimp tn rail a halt, to
draw the line at "gn'at," before it
gra'es too harshly on the nerves of
discriminatiDg people?
SALISBURY AT LEEDS.
THE C0JSERYA1IVE LEADER
S0U5D3 1 HE KEY NOTE
Of HI Caaipalga, aid AtteapU U
Aaswer Mr. UUdstoae'i
Argaueita.
- Liens, Jane 18. Enormous trowds
waited the arrival of Lord Salebuty
and cheered hiin load'y. Th hall
wi packed, there being 6000 persons
present. Folly doable that mmher
of tickets bad oeen applied for The
audience pasted away the tine by
singing the national anthem, "Auld
Lang Syne," and various prtriotic
foogs until Lord Salisbury appea'ed.
Upon bia arrival there was an 6ut
burst of vigo-ous chwrine, acd the
crowd sing "Ho'aaJclly Good Fel
low.' i
LORD SAUHBUHT
began h;s address by s'ating tbat in
tmos cases ot an appeal to the tribunal
of the people there was a cause, with
an antagonist to defend it, but now,
said the speaker, we have a vnry liv
ing and vigorous antagonist defending
a bhadowy, immaterial, tint ubstantial
came. There was a bill, but it is dead
and has been abandoned by its own
parents WuBhter, aod nntliiiic has
hem prcp-sed to replace it We know
lit le what an antagon am we are
fighting, and our opponents ate
equa ly embarrassed. Ins ead cf
defending tbi-ir propose.1, they aie
reduced to attacking us by means
of flagrant mis eprestntations.
Hisfei. One of these s atements
Parneliite hisses, tupportid by Karl
bpencer and Mr. Gladstone b'tser, ia
that we championed the home rule
bill until it was do lot gar expedient.
For myself, I desire 10 Buy that I was
always decidedly cf the opinion that an
Iiish Leg's'ature was impracticable,
and that an at'empt to es ablieh one
would be
DISASTROUS TO KSGLAKD.
I never varied that opinion for a mom
ment, nor ever raid anything publicly
or privitelv to justify them in think
ing that I had, and I may say the
same fjr the rest of ray colleagues.
The statement tbat the Cab;net hid
ever entertained a proposal to institute
an Irish legislature is ab'olutely with
out any f .unhtion. The sta'ement
that we had indicated such an
opin'on to any per.-on whatever,
whether Irish landowner or otherwise,
is equxlly devoid cf foundation,
Cheers. I speak of what I know as
a f ct nit oulv known to myself, but
t)f.miteen other ptrs ns. Mr. Par
nell, Mr. GLd-.tone and Lord Spencer,
in supporting the statement, were
speaking on a founda'ion of mere gos
sip f( r which they could have no au
thentic pioof whatever. I do not
know who th gissiner was tbat mis
led Mr. Pan' ell and Mr. Gladstone, but
I eDtte-t tt cm not to truet that gen
tleman fur ihe future. Laugher. I
assure them that we were never near
er the doctrine of an Iribh legislature
than we me to-day. Mr. Gladitrns's
ninnif"it says that the queBticnis
tiruply, "will yon govern Ireland by
coercion, or will ;on allow her to
manage tier own flairs?" It would
require great ingenuity to par k a more
delusive statement into fewer words.
Nobody has proposed to
"OS-VEBM IBBI.ASS DV COERCION.
Heie the speaker entered fciioan ar-
gumett as to what cmttilutea cosr-
cion. tie rlerretl totlie Kilmaindam
imprisonment as gigan'ic political
coercion to an ex'ent never before
ventured and tj which he hoped an
Erg ih minister wonld never again
go. He would not say that it was not
justice ), because he did not know
upon wnat secret iBt.Tmationair.tr lad
stone had acted. "We may say that
criminal law is all coe reioD. If Mr.
Gladstone is opposed to it we must
pnsnmo that fce sympathises with
criminals against whom efforts are
being made. Cheeis Our cierc on,
which he denounces, was directed
againtt robbery, murder, mutilation,
terrorism and a system of organized
intimidation whicn made life bitter to
thousands of innocent persons. I
wonder if he ever' thought f jr a mo
me' t what fol owing onr Cabinet
by an anliccercion Cabinet meant.
All that we desire is that the law be
suffie'entiy busine-s-iike and effi
cacious to carry out its owa behests.
Coercion nieaus nothing else in our
mouthe, and to compate ths t with cc
picion that Mr. Gla ibtonsexetcised at
Kilxainham ia a mere jupgle upon
words
WHO IS THIS IRELAND
and whst are her own afla ra? It is Ire
land tKat speaks w,th two voices, di
vided into two pa-ts, r. solu'ely, per
manently, or at l.jast inveiera'ely and
bitt?ry, oppr.seit to eit'h ctlier. To
personify such an Irelend as she, is an
attemi t to mislead the country. Eng
land sympathized deeply aud rightly
with the effjrts of Greece and Italy
to obtain indept ndence, but
they wera large bodies of mea
s-eiking with a single voice. But
in Ireland you cave liom a quarter to
a tbitd of the whole populai on ab?o
lutely opposf d to the residue upnn
this "ideLtical question. Their de-
mane's are supposed to be decisive.
Cheers. You may say the
rxajority should have its way,
but let ns apply that doctrine
fairly. Ireland sends eighteBn
members :o Parliament oppesad
to eightv-five in favor of home rule.
You will find that eighteen bears a
larger proportion to 108, the totil num
ber of membe's bat Ire'and returns,
than eighty-five to 670, the total
number of members of too House of
Commons.
IF TBE MAJJKITY IS TO BULK
why is the great majority of the king
dom not to govern over the wishes of
the people? If the majority is
not to rule why should not
the minority in Iielsnd be
protected just ssmu h as the majority
in Ireland against the tooalation of
Gieat Brita'n. Cheera. The de
mand of one Mr. Gladstone caUs a
nation siruugling for right, the other
he speaks cf as an in noble few. What
justice is there in that? You must
not be deceived by the worJs
"self government," wnicb, in Ire
land, means biing governed by
somebody who neteits yon;
ad yon tell Ultter Loya'ists, when
you have fastened the manacles and
chains of the National Le.'gue around
their lew and laid the rod cf the
Leigue on their backs, tbat they are
enjoying the iuestimable benefits
of self-government. Laughter. I
heartily echo Mr. Ghdtone's wish
not to import religious biaotry iuto
the conflict, but I am not
ntmrl to treat the case of
pre-lie-
land as a matter simply of
bigotry. Catholics and Protestants
Soto in Enzland and abroad, work to.
Mher in ruity Ld in behalf of civ-iliiahl"'B-
DPod npoa it, rel gions
b'ffo rr iT' HM.eioao with the mat
ter. If PK'e"tai.ts have ahown thtir
deep, ntbtalliog interest in the mat
ter, it is DerauM mer snow uy expc
rience that 'heir d on reels interests are
involved- They know they will have
to meet a terr.bU enemy. They have
an nndying recollection of
LONG BBBEUITABT FICR9.
They have the-character of their
adversaries befoie their faces and are
likely to form a more correct judgment
o( toe destiny in store n tne oia
psasts than by the mere uniuppoited
assumptiona of the maudlin opumisni
which ptmes for ttateeniansbip now
adays. Cheers They have shown
you, though I dan't defend what
has been done, how near the
sur'ace lie volcanic fires, and have
gives a foretaste of the inevitable re
sult of anarchy and standing civil war
if England renounces her duties and
responsibilities and leaves the on
happy Is'and to itself. The point that
Eoglisl mien should bear in mind is
that the measure s we are invited
to support have not the principle of
fina'ity, but by their nature cocatitnte
a sliding, greasy slope, whereon Ire
land may slide lot) the perfect sepa
ration which is the end that the Par
nell t?s mean t) attain. Mnch L.f
been made of the Parnellitc-s recent
proti st .tima in debate, bu'. it should
be lemembered that Mr. Prrnell 'd
deliberHelv that Ameiica wou'd not
bo 8fsli d till she had des.roy .
the last link tbat kreps Ireland
bound to England. This statement
has been que tioned, bat it has been
proved to t.ave ben utMred in Cin
cinnati. The government's pap
suf' guards wu'.d be woithle s eud
With no force behind them they
would be dts'roytd in the fli;t five
years f an Irish government. The
moment a demand is made for their
repeal tbey muBt be repealed or be
simply swept away. D i not imsine
that it affects Ireland a'one;
it affects Engaod in every way.
A SSPABATI IBKLAND
means a cmnlry prosihly hos ile,
which in a foreign crisis might join
the enemy. It would mean a constant
additional burden npon the already
overburdened tax-pays rs of tli!s
county. You would nave to gusrd
your Western coast, where some of
the most flourishing and populous
marts cf industry exist, and where
workmen have great interests. If capi
tal is withdrawn employment ceases.
Wage-earners must lind aliving tome
where. I have been introduced by
labor candidates as a would-be ex
terminator of millions of Lorny
handed sonB of toil from the mother
land. I confess 1 am surprised tb-.t
my simple suggestion, that the
State should assist emigration,
met such eppesition, Su'Oiy less
ening the number of workiiumen
ircreases the chances of good wagee.
The more you cun er able willing
emigrants to go where they may be
come more prosperous, the greater
the benefit to those remaining. At
the same time they tell me even Lit
erals like Mr. Luke that in certain
distric's in Ireland if ou gav men
land they mmt still starve. U is a
ridiculous condition. Cheers It
mutt be understood that I oiaS
mean willing emigrants, but the
last thing I wish is to
draw a large migration of thepsuper
izad Irish popula'ion into Eugland, cs
it wouH neither be good for tU m nor
good fvr u tChoera. They would
only demoralize labor, and the market
bera is already overstocked. II not
assisted to go abroad they wil1 iuevit
ablv come here. Workmen then
would feel the
FATAL BKBIILTS OF THE IBISII POLICY.
Cheers 1 You ask whether I am
prepared to aLSwer the demand for
local government in Ireland. My re
ply is that local government and home
rule have nothing whatever to d with
each other. I have always advocated
a good system of local government for
England, Scotland and Ireland,
the essence of which is that it is
nuder the control of the Central
Government and undertakes the
duties consigned to it. Cheers. That
it passes by-laws, not laws, and should
not be independent. Men can man
age their local affairs better, or lesst
more to their taste, than thoe at a
distance can manage for them, and
l hy can alsi learn in tbe pra tire
of local government their dnties to the
imperial Parliament. I thoroughly
admit all this in the case of Irelsmi,
but unfortunately Ireland is In a dis
eased state and piwers given hsrfor
government might be ussdjfor oppres
sion or as a lever to press the imperial
government to nivo her possession of
imperial powers.
BABL 8PENCEB
warned us of this daogsr, and theie
fore I cannot treat ic as chimerics',
but as a subject I ,r reef s ary precau
tion. I believe tiiat the extension of
lr cal government to Ireland I mean
a good evbt-m woald have effect,
though I fear it would take a
long time of training to
bring them gradually into tbe Labi's
of mutual f irbearanoe necessary for a
civilized CDmuiuniiy. Cneers.l But
all these mu.t be outstions of time
aud opportunity. Cheers, Tbe an
nouncement that unless the Parnrll
itf s were got rid of English legislation
would be demoralized was very terii
ble. If 585 members are to be at the
mercy of 85, depend upon it a dis
ease is ea ing into your parliamentary
system which no adjustment nf the
Irish question can destr y. Cheers.
Lord Sali bury continued at consid
erable length, and at his conclusion
was loudly che -red.
ftladatone on harrh Ilarlnbllab
meal. London, June 18. It is st ited that
Mr. Glads. one has promi-ed the dis
senters that he will d ssstnblish the
English Church if they enable him to
se'tle and get rid of t' e Liah pr,.blem
by supporting home rule.
A Ulddj Girl's Niilrlde.
Clevbland, O., June 18 AtMitgo,
Cbampuiiin county, O.Ja?t night Min
i is Auo'in, aged tighteen, shot hrr-B-til
nith a revolver because her
mother refused toljt hr attend a lawn
f-e w;th her lover. The bullet took
effect in her head and produced in-
s'.fcnt death.
Lonlavllle Cemeat.
PREPARE FOB FLOOD.
Fonniiatidns. cellar walla and bnili-
nirs subie:t to overflow should be CCD'
i : :lln T li
BtrilCUHl Willi luin vine vnujaah,
the standard.
It is
Coal HhlpmenU t Pllbarc.
Pittsbcbo, Pa., June 18. Coalsbip-m-nts
on the preeei t rise are 8,659.000
bushels, of which 6,194,000 bushels
were for Louisiana, and tbe balance
for Cincinnati.
R0C6D OS TEE CONVERSES
SEmTlOXlLTEtTlXOXYIS THE
GREAT tHUfttU 1BIAL.
The BepntatioB ol tbe Berereni
i
Brethren aud Tkelr Paper
Anythlor bit (rood.
lariOIAI. TO TBI ASrUL.I
Lot'isviLLF, Kv.. fune 18. Both
sides in the Conveiae; trial appear to
be workinir bard to )nsh tbe case to
an end as did ths dttense in the pre
liminary work to ddiy it. At least
that's how it looks t a man on tbe
back bench whots irjt?r i;d for rev
enue only. This miming the clerk
for the tii Jt time ianaed to get
through the ra nutci with but little
interruption from thei ble attorney of
the dilente, and at er an hour's
wrangle on a t -hn'i-a point s to the
form of iuterroga'Dtlee, Mr. W. J.
Wilson (net J. L. M telegraphed by
misttke hit ngbt) rienmed nis testi
mony in regard t3 tie Presbyterian
Mutual Assurance mliry wh eh the
Converses, it wes t-Uinied, had bad
renewed for a tck n n.. . The policy
was that of Dr. tllaiv Ho e y of
Texas. Col. Hullit) at otiry for
the Conveises, ezatifred the wit-
tos) on imiuite'iiil poiuts at
Lome lont-tti. wlxn he as
turni-d over tj the pi't ntion. B iled
'own, it wp- to thi etl' t that the
Kev. Mr. Moii-ly had ielegrapbtd tlie
Oonver e brotlierj tb jmv h:s iosu;
snce for him, which i'lfy did, getting
receipt there for. IThe po.icy ruu
out or lapsed on c;-utit of nou-pav-meut,
but the witn H hid renewid it
sftr the r. :eipt hadjb sn g.ven. He
liia eu iUt j tr u sontetntng ni'gnt ve
wrong and aknd to get the n seipt
ta:k. but it hid b :-rj mr lei to Texas,
li (lie U nveia i I.W . tie triei
asked for the iegrln eliuded to. but
the Convvi es w.ulln't pive it up. A.
few days efter this Nosely died. Tbe
otj.ct was to prore that the Con-
vers i knew Air. Noseiy wai cn Uis
dta.h-bed when thty btd the policy
rem wed, but when (ue quest'ona got
close to this point the usual contu
sion and wrangle ensued, and when
quiet was restored the thread was
lost. Mr. Wilson flea ly said he did
not kcow whether they uid or not.
THE KEV. MB. Pl'NC-AN.
one cf the c mtt, beraW very much
ex ited over the etliif He grew hct
in it e collar and akeit ti e witness if
he ' ha t ever been lied for lying,"
and won'ed to know il Mr. Mosely oa
bis deathbed w " "a party to th s in-
fimoiis transatti n "
The qiv s'ion was ruled out of order
and Mr. I'nnran elencu: ced the whole
rjni aotii n at.d wished '"the whole iti-
fhin 'tis allair," as he t rmed it, cou'd
be bl t ted f'om theltnemory of a I.
'J he witi est was then lli tmisetd.
pb. daniki. '
ca b'd for Col. Bennett H. You-g,
piesidei't ol the n-sarance fund.nsthe
nexc witmsa. llo wi"! askut it lie
xm w of the occurrence in coimerilou
with Ir. Mosely's in'iiranue. 'He
stated tint he did, btit thnmh con
versation with the compiny'a senre
tary. Ho B..id the m.it'.er was dis
01 ted between h m ainl Mr. Converse
"The company felt aggiievad," he con
tiuued, "at the low thus put upon
thein, and wo were d'sjioied to com
plain. Mr. Cnnvoiae justified him
self, c' aiming thst It. lud dona noth
ing wrong and lied conferred with
lawyer, ptiysician and divine who sus
tained I. is conduct.
In reply to Dr. Botes. Col. Young
said that he was acquainted generally
with these among whom tne Cftnaftrm
Observer circulates, and said that a
large number considered it good as re
garded voracity. Among another
etas', mciu line many ministers, ne
stated that its repuration was net good,
and that many were prejudiced against
li ano mil nui approve it. ilb bhiu uiai
there wrs a lack of confidence in it,
but could not say it was considered ve
racious by those persons who he stated
were in the minority. Uoi.
Young tUtod that there was a differ
ence of opinion in rtgard to tbe char
actirof the Means. Converse. He
said their geneial reputation was
gr.od, but in connection with tbe
Christian Obtervrr and ministers and
e biers their rputat on was not bo good.
CjI. Yonns was competed to say tbat
as far as he knew the Rev. T. E. Con
vert e stood higher ths n the Kev. r.
B. Converse.
DB D T. IIB.CERN,
who edited the 7rniyfwrni Pretbylir-
iati, test lied in t licet that the editor
ial expressions ol the LYirtafitin Udterwr
were reL'aruid i:i Kentucky es reck
less, and where the editor's interests
were concerned, past d on direct laise
hood. DB. A. II. KENNEDY
of L ttle Rock, testified that editorial
expressions in renard to leasons' for
the declination of chsiis in Columbia
Heminary by certain profesiois, pnb-
lishei in tlie cnrutirtn vuttrver. were
maliciously incorrect, if not kuow
irgly false.
AT THE EVENING SESSION
the examination tf the Rev. Mr.
Kennedy whs rsnmed and continued
nn il 11 o'clock. Dr. Kennedy ws
clo-ely question -d es to the general
character for ver.city of the Chrirtian
Ohttrver, which he etirJ wts hart ne
al-o Siid that the reputaior o. t .e
Convo'ssin tve sme r- t was
no bet er ihan the paper l.n
nedy cited nunurom iiioia-ci.. ol
falseho d or inconsistercy in the edi
torials cf the paper to substantiate
his allegation.
On the crois examination by Lawyer
Bu let', however, Mr. Kennedy was
forced to admit tbat he could not
swear that the Converses wil fully pre
varicated, si his tosiimony was some
what weakened.
Adjourned until 8 o'clock in the
morning.
0Y. HILL AT B0ST0X.
Bnnqnrt Id Hi Hoaor
Bnjr NIMe C'lob.
hj the
Boston, Mass., June 18 Gov. Hill
of New York was the guest of the Bay
Stae Club to day. The club gave a
dicoer in his honor this afternoon, at
wich 300 guests sat After the cloth
vas removed Pr.sident Charles H.
Taylor presented th guest of tbe day
in a speech, eulog:z ng th nrcompro
misiug Democracy ol New York's
Governor. Gov. Hill replied at some
length, referring to Massachu
setts as the bir hplace of
Horatio Seymour, Samuel J. Til
den and Grover Cleveland the
last named be referred to as " the
honored Chief Magistrate of tbe
csontry, who is si aly and sitisfac
torily eircUarg ng theimpr rtar.tdut .es
rf his high trust." Of Presideut
Cleveland he further said : ' w e have
a President whose honesty and sin-
ceiity ot purpose to serve the peo
ple laitniuny n cooceoea Dy every
one. He n.ay make mistakes but
what pnblic man doei sot mske
them T Permit nie to suggest at this
time that our opponents cannot dis
turb onr equanimity by intimating
that we are disappointed about tne
spoils of office. There is do snch dis
appointment. The Democratic party
has higher aims and paipoersthan
tne mere distribution ol party patron
age. Cjov. Hill expressed
it as Ms opinion fiat the l'resident
should hare power to appoint nn
trammeled by Senate confirmation.
and added: ."lam uttrlv opposed to
any poliry or scheme which pitwent
any administration troiu recogmzing
faithful party service in the ointribu-
ticnkif the important cilices of the gov
ernment. 1 am not m tavor ol mere
sentimental appointments." He was
vociferously cheered.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
A Yon dlrl Rmifd Iroiu a Lire
r nhm.
laPBCIAL TO TBB APfliL.I
XasuVillb, Tknn., June 18 Last
Monday Nellie Tcranor, an eighteen-yesr-old
girl, and very hundcouie, tbe
dsiuhter of a biBhly respected liter
et'iiut ot liOuisville, Ky., came to this
city and entered a bagnio, where she
gavo the name cf Nellie tirant. 8iio
was seiacil with remorse (or tier step,
arid telegraphed her family her where
ahouts. Thi morning her brother-in-law
came fir her and carried her
hack home. 81 o bach been seduced
in Louisville, aud tied to hide her
si ame.
The Mbolti Tit lor rurally CnnUI-
litr lurUQveriior,
A Knoxville eperial to the Union
save that Hob Taylor will he a caudi
di ;i for Governor before the Dotno-
catic Convention. He says:
"I was not a candidate before the
Republican Couveiit'on. Brother Ai
de 1 ha) co'hliw to do with my politi
cal aspirations."
li ib s friends are divided. .V,nio are
advising bim to run, wlvle others urge
him to h Id ou a few years.
I tie rrohibitionmts aro talking ot
nominating the Rv. N. O. Taylor for
Uoveroor. He Is father to Bob and
Alf, and has always acted with the
thild parties.
MONTUOMfcRY, ALA.
Imporinnl Nnlt Inallllllod
lie Pnllmitn Car Coiiinii7.
Aa
by
taraoui. to tbi afsial.I
Montqomebv, Ala., June 18. An
mpoitant suit, much spoken of, was
filed to-day in the M nt joins ry Olian-
srv Court by Col. Sn-rling Jt. loney
of Kentucky, conn el f r t'ia Pullman
Car CompHiiy, a-sis ed by ex-Chief
Justice H. F. Rice, for an injunction
ag inst the Audit' r i f the Slate ot
Alabana and Tax t'ulMctor to enjoin
the collection of a Sin e tax on tho
gross income of the Pullman Car Com
pany, lie leuai grcinn i rrncii on in
that the tax doiiinn 'ed by Alabama
under its revenue law sun mtt-rfer-
euce by Hie Mit'e wi n luter-oiate
ommeri'o and therefore nnconstitu-i'.-nal.
The decision is nwnited w ith
much interest a1 it i' v I via the con-
Htitutionality of tin rove lie laws of
the State ol Auburn-).
T.rrllile Aflrny at I"uiiih.
Panama. June 10. A terrible afl'ray
has occurred at Bogota, the capital of
the Kepublic, between the guard of
the prisons aod inamuenioi one 01 tne
national battalions. One general,
several officers ard thirty eoldiois
were killed. Tbe attruy is looked upon
as the outcome of an old grndge be
tween tbe guards and the soldiers
without any political significance
whatever.
Ldndbobo's perfume, Kdenis
Lundborg'a perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Valley.
Lnndborga pertnme, niarcnai in ioi
Bose.i
Comraeneiinaiil Hnrclio at tire
ihiIh. ISFBOUL Til THB A1"FIAI..I
Gbbnada, Miss, Juno 18. The
commencsment exercises ol the Gren
ada Colleglatn Inn'itH'e olos d l.'Ht
night. The linus could i ot begin to
bolil the vast andir-nce assmnblml
niwhtly. Tuis ii s itution ia the pride
of (Grenada.
Great and Bonafide June
TO-DAY.
An Immense tacrillce of all onr Fine
Woolens, double-fold, worth
50c to$I 50, all at
25 CENTS PER YARD.
tfor 37 50 !
A KRKMER UAND80ME SATIN MER
VELLKUX OR BILK CUBTUMK to order
oomplete. I
.aaA
SPECIAL.
mscoiLvr of oxe-tihku
A iiavlni of on-thlrl on all Una DRKSS
UOODS AND SILKS, at
A aaTing of one-third on all .g
A lavina of one-third on all HATS at
KREMER'S
Special $5 Buys Parasols
Worth 110 to 115. TO DAY, at KRKMKR D.
All our Paraaoli nd Hun Umbrellu In
proportion.
drcat Fan Sale To-Day!
ALL OUR BAflAINS TO BB HAB
TO-DAY.
DU. li. L. LASKI,
rhjulclun, Karreou and Accoacher,
RKSIDtyCE AND OFFICE,
313 Malar. tree t, Xear Inlon.
Telephone No. 88.
CLEAEING SALP.
ILremer s!
GERMAN BANK,
CMPITAI. ......:aMM"0
BinuOTOHII i
Oris RANAVIR.
. P. HADPKK,
t II V A VM?
V. HKAVBS,
0.
ROBINSOV, J. T, PSTTIT.
UBOnCiBi AK.MILI).
op':
JOHN W, COCURtf, FrwlHii I
f PWtKII .
AFOLLIHA.RIS
-AND-
SELTZER
B. J. Semmes & Co
3VI. F. BAI
lKPKIKIOK or TIIK-
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
ASD MANVFACTl'RER
Flavoring Extract, S)rnpn, linking
no JafTeraou Btroot.
tone
Ml
Capital, $200,000.
e
J. K. UOinYIN.Pm't. J.M.UOODHAIl, VIce-Pres'U Clf. KAlM.Cnoler
Board of
ti TI1UT.VV
J. M. OOODBAR,
W. H. I1HIICR.
M. WAY IN,
M. NKLHON, T. B. SIMS.
. ..ma. . fill 1 til I.UI IT
W K WII.KRRHON. R. T. COOPKR. 11. Y. COFFIN.
Al. crailll. VUAIIbA3
JOHN AK1U1NTKAD. O.B.BRYAN. A. W. NKWSOM,
mm-A OopMltory of the Male of Tium. Trnaaitrli untcnl BmhIiIb
THE PETERS
, M. JONES. Prouder.
W. D.J
t AWRIE,
(Nomir lo Pelvra Mnwrle,)
MAMFACTUREUS OF THE "MANNOMA HKV.M) "
U, 3S ami 40 J(IVrNou Ntrcel.
?JlliriOTC3 xi I
N. M. J0NKS, JNO. K.
Tlie
e-Wehere told our entlra buiineM to the KTE NAWIIIB 0.,and aak
for them a oontinuanoe of trade io kindly extended to
T
ECrab Orchard Water
H C8 oaCHABO rv)T CO.. Prop
MREE
mm k co.
OottoB Factors
And Cniml8sion Merchants,
J. M.
Late of J. B,
lT,
Day Son.
W. '. IIOBT,
!.; of MeaoQRin llorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
i wiioi.ratiK
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 .Front Street. Memphis, Tonn.
ust
:
JM . ill td-Jlf tui
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
,. - AWll
GENTLEMEN'S FDMISniKG GOODS.
Nob. 326 and 328 Main
XITB ARB IN DAILY RECEIPT F
u.iiiilH. whlnhweoflertotheTra.lo
ni ... V..1.1. .ith ti... of . market In the UntleU Slawt. no are imi ir
Ti.a Mannfactnrlnir '.' I'IiiI.Ih, Prflla, Sheetlna;, Shlrtlnf, EU.
.&.HOUGKfcOo.
No 3I81 Main Ntreefc, fenaphls.
Fiaiiofe and Organs
ax l.liWKNI rillCJEM FO VAMIIOH TIME.
Sheet Music ami Boos.
W. U. KATVM.
H. . TOOF
SI WW
Priutors,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
(Ayrei BlocWJ
New aua Latent Stjlea .Stock. Sew
Tjpe, Kew JSnchliierj.j
HEIIPfflS, TEIJW.
M KPH S 9110,000
J. J. JENN7. J. W. COCHRAN,
JACOB WtLLBR, WM. KATHNBtRaii
J. T. FHOVf W. C. M cCH KB,
KDW'D J0LD8MITH.
nasi i
w. HrrLl'RE, Thw.PM4eaC
UNHITII. 'hl-r
WATER.
OF ALL KINDS OF
Powilera, Toilet Articles, Lie, Etc.-
Surplus, $25,000.
Dlreotorm.
J. R. GODWIN,
3, W. FALLS.
IT T W
nnbx, n. ni.ni.rv.
& SAW GO,
1. F. PKTKKH. Vloe-lWident.
Secretary and Tremuror.
P
1
mis.
DIS
SPEED, I. F. PETKUS, Olvl. ARNOLD, W. D. F. SAWRIM
"X'x-ctcio.
DYSTLTSIA,
SICK
FEADACITK,
CoastipuLioo.
A Rimirily for ell PlnraiH-a of thf l.lror, Mlt ,
HOT. Il4.ni MCI, mid Howrle. A i
rur.' for llyeprpala, kirk llcixl-ns I
Call
iimin. ihnw, i toy ii'iiMPiiouiuifl. j
i.l ' i In Nil UKIIIll HONSHU MlM III LtllHl.
et in
iipmiini,
mfxirle. No
III ON N. JON
KIMI1N N. JONP", MVr. l.ul.llliN Uf-J
J. W. HAJI.r.T.
Lnle of ltiiiliy 4 c:ovingtoll
Sumervllle.
St.. xaempnig, ienn.
IIKHIRAHLR HI'HI!e AKO llIMBa
unon the io imnreoii , ,w i
New Pianos for Rent
Pennyroyal Pills.
rHII'HMTMl E1L1IH.',
the lirlKlual ! Oolf tmeiln.
bale end elw.yi Reliible. "0' .'it'
A .t your lrnT" for " hlcli.-r1
Full, "mil Uke no other, or Inoloie 4
(Umii) to ui for pertiealeri ill LiTTH bf
rrlura nmll. "At"e.
rhralrr I hruilrl C o..
IKAWil.pi.lied by 8K0.C.iio0DWlS
A i
Vbl
PASTURAGE.
CAN furntin food piture it my plnt
tion eleven mile, from oily on Hem" do
road. Running ler in paeture. W ill t9
lock very low. AJdreet pKSNY.
WhiM UkTeu, lean.
DLLS
Ki m a n w m II r K 1 ..
wm ni ar -.i-f r r . mr m fia
Jb v; eNf trn Mi m car vr

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