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ME3IPHXS. TENN., TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 18SG.
VOL. XLVINO. 147.
GLADSTONE II SCOTLAND.
THE PREMIER'S SECOND SPEElH
laotber Strong Argument la Faror
of His Scheme for Home Rale
Edishibo, June 21. As a wsa'tcf
the Saturday incident, the rolice yes
terday counselled Mr. Gladstone to
diive to church. Notwithstanding the
Scotch antipathy to driving on Sunday
the carrage ai accompanied by
crowds, and upon retorninjt to the
hotel he was even cheered. "h,
mon," said an onlooker, "they're
chef ring on Sunday."
MB. OLADfcTGNE'g SlCOjii) e-VlCH.
Mr. Gladstone addressed anc-t if-r
large and tnthcg'us'ic meeiog here
to-toy. In the coirs vl bis ?pechhe
said it was irksome to always be com
pelled to refer to Ireland, bu' that this
wag due to the Tor its who blocked
the way bo that the government f ould
pt set rid I of the qntstion and pro
ctifdtothe o her business of the em
pire. He relied, he added, upon the
people's enerey to clear tbe Hue now,
and' allow tbe train cf prrgrets to
o on to ita de t nation. He
enied having entered Mr. Sex
ton when tne latter followed
Mr. Chamberla'n in the debate on the
home rule hill, and taunted him w th
being ambitions to be mayor of Bir
mingham. The Premier reitTRted
bis demacd npon the Marquis of Sal
isbury ard the Earl of Cam a von to
antwer tbe quoations he asked of
them last Friday night, and ta'd he
thought that Mr. Goechen, formerly a
Liberal minister, would now make a
good Tory candidate. Continuing Mr.
Glada'ODe said he did not complain cf
the secession r.f Lcrd Hartington and
Mr. Bright. They we rj a small frac
tion of the Liberal party. They
had abandoned its traditions,
which were honorable, regarding
Ireland. As far as the speeches and
actions of Fi'zwilliam and Cavendish
showed, their descendants were trying
to resist tbat policy which, if it had
been earned ou', would have saved
years of trouble. The hnd purchase
bill was applicable to the time when
he introduced it in the House of Com
mons, but he bad failed to receive tbe
support of Lord Hartington and
otbers. He did not think England
and Scotland received it so favorab'y
as they rec? ived the borne rule bill.
The Cabinet were now free to r3p
proarh the whole subjec'. If tbt-y
continued in officj the Cabinet would
carry out the home rale pro
gramme with dus regard to their
obligations. They decided to secure
socil Eelf government for Ire'and witn
Serfect security to the imperial union.
!e bad never, he declared, concealtd
his ideas frcin the country when a
great istue had come up. People had
the audacity to say he bad en
deavored to force this question
forwaid. Last au'nino, he said,
he foresaw an Irish demand which
would sweep in the shade a 1 otner leg
islation. He fores) adnwed, hut did not
foresee, that the demand would be so
wise and moderate.
said he waa mo mil y certain that Lod
f-alitbnrv knw Karl Carnavon's ideas
in regard to Ireland, and did not deem
these ideas a disqualification for the
appointment of the Viceroy of Ire
land. Cheers. L-rd Sil sbory, at
the recent Mayor's banquet, said, in
effect, pimply as I have said it, tbat
. everything ought to be given to pro
mote the p?ace. happinss and con
tentment of Ireland consistent with
the unity rf tbe Empire and the su
premacy of the impetial Parliament.
I have seen it published that if I had
an intention to support Lord Sa'is
bury in a measure of home rule
I ought not to have kept it
in my own breast, but ought
to have imparted it to him. It
so happens that that is the very thing
I did. I imparted it verbally and by
letter to a near relative of Lord Salis
bury, who imported it to Lord Silie
bury, and I received an acknowledge
ment through him from Lord Salis
bury. Not only that, I tuteditin
Parliament and it was acknowledged
from the opposition beeches. Cheers
So much for tbe wisdom of accuracy
and intelligence served on tlie break
fast table for the enlightenment or be
wilderment of intelligent people.
Laughter Aitful atttempts have
been made in some quaitrs to prove
that the present Home of Commons
is not opposed to home tu'e.
Here Mr. Gladstone entered into an
analysis of tbe voting to pr lve that at
least 315 members were firmly op
posed to home rule. He continued:
"Elsewhere it has been asked why I
did not make th home rule bi'l pro
posal before. Wei', I think I can give
very good reasons.1'
Mr. Gladstone then gave a sketch of
Irish his'ory from 1800 to the time of
Parnell, "whose first demand"," be
said, were made when his party wera
a minority of the Irish repressntatives.
Only recently the Irith members were
marshalled into one band, to tell
you trst what Ireland wan's, and
secondly prepared to reduce
the limit of the demands of Ireland
within bounds, which I think the
Liberal party in genet al will acknowl
edge to be reasonable. Cheers. Ti at
i why it would have been premature
on my part in any way to have direct
ly associated myself with the move
mer.t till tho proper time arrived.
What wou'd you think, gent'emen, if
on any subject vitally touching your
interests, six'y of your seven'y-two
representatives, witi one voue, made a
DISTINCT DEMAND IN BEHALF OP S.C0T
LAND in respect to which it was e'ear that
the interests cf tbe Empire were not
threatened what would jou think of
the rejection of that measure," Pro
Mr. Gladstone further said that he
hoped they would not let slip a golden
opportunity, which does not often oc
cur, especially in the case of Ireland.
The rejection cf the home rule bill
would not re tie the question and
bring peace, but there would be the
same mieerable ronnd of contention.
He asked them to listen to a prayer
reduced to the limits of reason and
It is not often in the history of
countries tbat sncb opportunities
arise rare, indeed, have ttiey been in
the case of Ira and; the firit, I be
lieve, being the opportunity provided
by the treaty of Limerick. Ab, gen
tlemen, bad tbat trea'y been executed
the last 200 years would bave
told a very different tale,
and the indelible blot of disgraca
which tbe judgment of this livilizsd
world has fixed npon England for ber
treatment rlf Ireland would never have
been fonnd to sully her brilliant and
her illustrious escutcheon Cheers.
I am sorry to nay it waa Protestant
b go try ami national psinuy mar.
tram Died under feet the articles of that
treaty. Such cppoitunities thus Ui
have come at intervals of ctn nriei-
at the end of the seventeenth and at
tie close of the e'ghteanth and now
again, at the close of the nineteenth
century, I do not say another oppor
tunity will not cccur. Tbe casa is
now very different. You have pat
such weapons in the hands of
Ireland, the weapons of constitutional
freedom and representative govern
ment, which she will know well how
touss; and though you reject her
prsver, you do not thereby settle the
ditiicu'ty, or even obtain an internal
of precsr ons repoee. Do vou remem
ber Bu'ke't words when tlie support
ers cf te ruinous American (aid they
were ab'e to soppraa the Americans?
Hestid: "The moment of military
success will be tl e commencement of
political difficulty; and if you sup
press armed resistance iu America
you never will he ab'e to govern
America" I do not hi' d out to yoa
the terror of civil war in Ireland. I
leave that to
THE LOYAL OltANOlMH
laughter who sre living through
the country with rifhs from Belfast to
ilovne. Laughter If there weie
any such ter or aa that you luvetn
times enough force to euppresJ any
such resistance. Bu gentlemen,
nndrr the present sytteui you will
never he able to alter" wbat lias hap
pened in the last six moiitiie. which
has stamped npon our own hittory
facts ineffaceable in themfeivee and
cettiio aa to their results. If that
prayer is rejected you never will be
at le to govern Ire and again. You
will find that die.ppointment will pro
duce i xperation, foeval order will be
more and mord impaired, Fociety will
be diequieted and dieturbed by agra
rian outrage, the time of Parliament
will be filled wiih odious haitles. Co
ercion will be demanded. Coercion
will b9 resisted if adopted and igain
withdrawo, and the satna miserable
round of snuggles will diahonor the
hittory of our country. Cheers. To
arrest all these mischiefs, we ask the
LIETB.V TO OUR PRAYER.
Reduced within the limits of reason
and safety, we ask you to achieve
victory for the beet and highest inter
ests of mankind." Loud and pro
longed cheer;, in the midst of wtiich
Mr. Gladstone resumed his seat, hav
ing spoken one hour and a half.
Replying to a qneet oq by an elector
as to whetner he favored a system of
grand cmumittfes cf Parliament to
act as provincial councils for England,
Scotland, Ireland and Wales to discuss
local billg,whicb,wien pasted, should
be laid on the table in the House of
Commons for a specified time, and, if
no objections be entered, then carried
to the H uee of Lor s without further
Air. Gladstone eaid thit the subject
was a long one, but he would deal
with it with es much (u'luefw as pos
sible; pirlupa, in tomorrow's address.
A resolution wes unanimously
adopted that "te electors of Midlo
thian have confidence in Mr. Glad
stone, crrdially approve the Irieh pol
icy rf tin govert.iiient, and welcome
Mr. Gla's one in his return to Scot
lsrd r t ilie presri.t l ifis."
AT TUB KKntniTION.
After the meeting Mr. Glads'one
moved away with l is wife and the
Countess of Aberdeen to the exhibi
tion, followed by cheering crowds.
.Later in tbe evening a series of reso
lutions were edopted at a mass meet
ing in favor of home rule, and were
presented to Mr. Glads'one, who, in a
speech expressing his thanks, said
he hoped to see epeedily an
honorable terminaiion of tbe enter
prise. A slow terminitt on would be a
painful and probably a 8' ametul one;
on the action rf the nation depended
the question whether the termination
should be an honorable one, or ehould
leave behind rankling sores which
would tend 'or a long time to qualify
any good one.
Another Letter From Mr. illndatone.
London, June 21. Mr. G'adstone
has written another letter to Mr.
Caine, which he (occludes as follows:
"As to the intentions of the Govern
men', I refer you to the pnetches
which I am about to make. Perhaps
ou will ascertiin whether it is Mr.
Chamberlain's intention to prcsecu'e
or abandon his plan of last February
for the purchase of Irish land." This
letter has cau?ed much comment, and
it is expected that important revela
tions will soon be made.
Merely an Election Dodire.
London, June 21. Michael Djvitt
pronounces the sotalled Fenian s cret
manifesto pu'dithed bv the Times an
election doi'g. Mr. Pavitt soys the
document wks written by the ex-editor
of fn.extinct Irish weekly pappr which
petsved to represent extreme Na
John Morley'a Election MnnlrVnto.
London, June 21. Mr. John MoT
ley's electoral manifesto strorgly
maintains "Ireland's crying need of
a strong government, national in char
acter, responsible for the conse
quences of i's act; ins and able to ex
erciie a large and liberal measure of
real power not a sham leghlaMne, a
puppet of an evocutive. Otherwise it
would be better to have things as they
are." He hopes tosupport aa honest
constitutional eel tie jq ant of the long
and disastrous quarrel.
The Pall Mall Oatetu says that Mr.
Morley's declaration that the home
rule bill "is not dead, but sleepeth,"
and bis disclaimer of Mr. Shaw Le
fevre's de ire that the Irish members
be retained at Wettmintter, and that
the land purchase bill be abandoned,
are miscbievious counterblasts to Mr.
Gladstone's eirenican, and destroy all
hope of a union of the Liberals to lose
the election. Between the utterances
cf Mr. Gladbtcne and of Mr. Morley,
nobody can eav bow things stand.
I am eathfied that Tongaiine has
done me more good than any other
medicine I have ever ined.
HENRY BOW ERM AN, Poitmuter,
Ktnnard, Wuh, Co., Nob.
A SlognUr Mnlelde.
St. Locis, Mo., June 21. Ferdinand
Bei, a German farm hand, committed
suicide at Belleville, I'l., ttiis morning
by hanging himself. He was found
drunk on the street Saturday night
and was locked up over n'ght. Upon
be:ng released this morninz he went
to the barn on the farm where he was
employed, and hanged himself with a
handkerchief from a beam only four
feet from the floor.
Washington, June 21. The Senate
has ratified an extradition treaty with
Japan, and one for the resurvey of
the boundary line between tbe United
Stater and Mexico.
THE SECOND DISTRICT SOLID
Democratic County Conventions at
Hull; Springs, Senatobia and
laPICIAL TO TBI AfPIAL.I
Holly St-RiNe.g, Miss , JunsSL The
Democrats of Marshall county held
convention here today to send dele
gates to the Congies iocal convention
lo be held at Oxford on Wednesday
tbe 23d inet. Ths Hon. J. W. C. Wat
non waa elected chairman cf the con
vention, and C. L, Bates was elec ed
On motif n the chairman appointed
tbe following delegates to. the Oxford
convention: Win M. Strickland, sr ,
J as. T. Fant, J. G. Leach, M. J. Mo
Kinney, Rice T. Fant, C. G. Grav,
Geo. C. Mvere, J. A. Miller, Wm. M.
Strickland, jr., R. A. Baird, 'f. B.
Luck, G. V. McKie. J. D. Tucker,
Thou. M. Kemn, Jno. H. Wataon, W.
H. Cannon, K. B. Overton, E. J. Ma
rett, J. P. Alvis, S. D. Hamilton.
O.) motion, the ci airman and secre
tary wrra added to the delegation.
Hie dek'gatee gi t the convention
uninstiui-'eJ. At the primaiieson Sat
urday last tbe eas; box in H illy
HpriDg, the voting precinctcf Capt. J.
T. Fant, on iuotioa of Gpt. Fant, in
structed its delegates to the County
Convention of toJay to vote for the
recommenda'ion of the Hon. J. B.
Morgan. Tbe box at Byhalia last Sat
urday instruc ed its delegates ferCapt
Fant, which, being broiuht to the at
tention of the County Convention to
day, called Capt. Fan; to Irs feet, and
he stated that while he was grateful
to his friends at Byhalia yet tie was
not a candidate for Congress and that
hs would be glad if this convention
would instruct for the Hon. J. B,
Tate Cnanlmon for Mora;itn.
IBPICIAL TO TUI ArPIAL.J
Senatobia, Miss , June 21. The
Tate County Congressional Convention
met here todsv. I I. Oglesby, J. T.
Gabber', E C. 'i'urly and J. F. Gill;
land were elected delegates to repre
sent this county in the district con
vention at Oxford. Our delegates were
unanimously instructed to cast tbe
vote of Tate for J. B. Morgan. 1 he
fo'lowing resolutions, ollored by Lieut.
Gov. G. D. Shande, were read and
warinlv indorsed :
Kfmved, That the Democratic party
of Ta'e county, in delegate con vent'oa
assemb'ed, does hereby renew its ex
pression ol cor.nuence in the Hon. J.
B. Morgan, our immediate representa
tive in the Congrers cf the United
S'atos. We are fully entietied of his
capaci'y, integrity and zealous devo
tion to the interest) of this people,
aud be ieve tbtt a proper recognit on
of his services dcmai d a renomina
at ttie hands of tbe district.
Morgan will receive an increased
majority in Tate, regardless as to who
may be foo'ish enough to o,po him,
Before the adjournment ol the con
vention Cleveland a::d his wife were
-OMuUn aoV.'i tor n,ro.
iBriOIiLTO TBI APPIAL.I
Hernando, Miss , June 21. Our
county convention waa held here to
day, the voting nrecinc's being well
represented and the vole of the county
being cabt eo'idly for the Hon. J. B.
Moigan. Not a vote wes cast at a
single precinct against the above
named distinguished gentleman of
their choice. The following reslu
tion was offered and unanimously
Whereas, A ce-tain pub'ication over
tbe signature of one F. P. Todd ap
peared in the Memphis Avalanche of
tbe 19:h Inst, impugning the personal
integrity and loyalty to the Democratic
party of the Hon. J. B. Morgan ; and
whereas, we know the said artieleto
be in all its allegations slanderous and
false, and inspired by one who is an
avowed, malicious, unscrupulous en
emy to the Hon. J. B. Morgan and to
the Democratic party j now therefore,
by the Democrat'c psrty of Desoto
county in convention assembled, be ft
Jifsolved, That we condemn in tbe
strongest terms such attempt to injure
tbe lion. J. B. Morgan, whom we
know horn long and intimate acquaint
ance, and from Lis devoted services to
tbe Democratic party heretofore to be
in every rescect worthy cf the eupport
of every true Uemccrit and good citi
zen of the Spcond Congrersional Dis
trirt of Mississippi and be it further
Kewlved, That we heartily indorse
tbe course of this honorable gentle
man as our Repicsent.tive in the
Foity-ninth Cong ess of the United
States, recognizing in ell his act ons a
broad, eonstrva'ive and wife states
manship. Rtmhed, That thefe resolutions be
publ'shed in the Memphis Appeal,
Memphis Avalanclie, tbe Desoto Timet
and the Dittr ct paper.
Hinds for Hooker.
I annul, totbi ArraiL.I
Jackson, Miss., June 21. The Co
piah County Democratic Convention
met to-day and instructed the dele
gates to the Congress onal Convention
io vote for tin Hon. Chos. E. Hooker
f r Congress by acclamation. It is
estimated that the convention was
comnored cf t eventy-three delepa'es
for Hooker and sixteen for Barka 'ale.
Another hard rain last nigbt and
HpeeehM by tho Drmoerittle Komi.
nen for Judicial tlRIrn.
lartcuL to th irniLi I
Brownsville, Teno., June 21.
Jcdge Cartbel opened Circu t Court
this morning, end as there wes lit le
to do. adjourned at noon, fier which
gppecms were made by Jeha R Bond
and W. H. Swiggart, nominees for At
torney General and Cirenit Judge. A.
Cary Ejtesalso spoke. Cartbel, Pierce,
Bind and Caldwe 1, caadida'ea for
Cong:ee, wilt meet here next Thurs
day. Horrible Crime at ( rntoa, III.
Creston, III., June 21. Jacob
Swingley, lorty-five years of age, last
night cut tbe throats of his two small
children and then committed suicide.
The weapon need waa a rzor. One
of the children, Maggie, four years old,
wse dead wben found. The other,
Albert, seven yeais old, will recover.
Swicgiey persuaded ttie chi dren to
sleep in bis room, and, according to
tbe boy's rather incoherent statement,
committed the deed shortly after mid
night. The family was aroused by
tbe faint cries of the wounded boy for
help. The room, when opened, pre
sented a ghastly spectacle. Swingley
was prostrate across the threshold,
almost beheaded, with ha blrod
s'a nf d bands atifl-ned about the
rezor. His litt'e di jhter was lying
at the foot of tha be 1 with her bead
almost levered from ber body. The
boy was serioanly gwhed ahou 'he
left Kids of the sect and face. List
Jaaua'y Swipg'ev'e wife dijd. Her
death apparen ly ciaed him. He be
came tullen and .'eepondeot, and
never permitted bis cb'hlren to get
out of his pteten-e. Ye.teiday lie
borrowed a sheet r.f pa-.er from a
neighbor and indl'i d brief note as
to what disposition ; sdeireJ o make
of bis propeity. Hs was in fair cir
cu tr stance.
X NE0 OlOTHARIO
Almost Whlpil lo Oralh by aa
IBPICIAL TO TBI APPEAL. I
Little Rock, Ark , June 21. Par
ticulars reached herd today from Kl
elorjdo, Union county, this State, of
some v'gilant work by a b ind of col
ored men in that couimuui'y on
Wednesday night last. A negro named
Willis Feidicand, a man of education
and a recogaixed lea le-r among hie
people, anil a csndidaie for the Legis
lature, with a oerti'nty of elec tion.
etc., became toj familiar with the
wife of one of the interested parties.
Isham Jones wat the brother wronged,
and he went to Feidiuaud a ad en
treated him to elesiat la his attentions
to his v. ife, but boh ehow or other the
eirant brother could not 6Uy from 1 is
ne ghbor's boue, and continued to
have clandertice ne inire with Mis.
Jot.es. Tins aa en 'got Isham thot
lie wo', soxe bat iloi-n ot his
neighbors together on thi n'ght above)
iianie'd, and the crowd got hold of the
educated negro, took him to the woo.)s,
(tripped him to the akin, and were
qu'etly proceeding to tbe work of
uea ing Inm to dea ti, w hen the suf
ferer's cries bmught white assistance
to bis relief, who pronmily interfered
andfavel bis life. J ores savs he
went and begjei Ferdinand not to
visit his homo, and on his tefueal to
comply ho thought t'.ie cheapest way
to get rid of the nniHarce was to whip
bitn to deatli, and that he intended to
do. Ford naud w.s taken home,
where he is said to now lie io a critical
condiiim, his back being entirely
sttipped of skin, wi h w holts you can
lay a flngei in all ovcrlvs entire per
son. The outraged lius' and was per
mitted ti go unmo'eited.
LI1TLE ROCK, ARK.
t'ol. Terry' Chaiieea lor the ton-
KrcNaloiial Xonilnatlttn Fatal
ISPKCIAO TO 1!!E Al'PKiI.,1
Little Rr.oK, Auk.. Juue 21. Later
returns from Johnwn county: This
Congressional Ihet'ict eays Col. W. L.
Teiry has carried a majority of the
delegates, and not Judge Jiogerg, as
waa stated in these dispatches on Sun
day. This gives Terry a fighting
chance for the romlnatioi end las
grea'.ly enthused Lis frie'nds through
out th's section. The romina ing
convention is to be held June :!t);h.
A colored boy, while jumping on
and off a switch engine in the Ar
genta yards ot the Valley Rjute rail
road, at 8 o'clock this morning, missed
h R ten t.inut and was thrown u,ndu n'1
inn over oy the ee-Ttir.f, suelaining in
juries from which he died before
noon. The jury Ms mod the toy for
playing a ound the locomo'ivp.
A negro named Andy Johnson,
while unloading a millstone from an
Argenla freight train this evening,
nut with the nrs'or tine of having it
fall on and crushing his l"g. He was
removed to the Valley Route Hos
pital. IfASin iLLE, TENS.
rnNlon Ticket l"ut In the Field by
ISPtCIAL TO TBI IPPIiL.l
Nashville, Ti:nn., June 21. The
Rcpuh'ican l)avidon County Execu
tive Committee met this morning and
formed a fusion ticket of Republicans
and Independent, Democrat. Tbe
Bourbon element cf the Republican
party fought for a straight ticket and
are much disappointed over tbe
result. No place en the ticket
was given the negro and the brother
in black is in revolt. The Republicans
toik the five good offices and gave the
five poor ones to the Independents,
and they, too, are kicking. Altogether
tha ticket is weak and means success
for the Democrjcy. Frank T. Reid
was nominated for Attorney-General
and W. Matt Allen for Criminal Judgo.
The Hon. Win. Aimitou, who was
recently elected President of the Inter
national Typographical Union, was
banquetted tiere tonight. Speeches
were made by Col. Colyar, Jno. J. Lit
tleton nd eevtr.il others.
URMS IN SIGHT.
Report of tho Chicago Bonrd of
Chicaoo, III., June 21. The num
ber cf bushels of grain in sight in the
United States and Canada, June ltlth,
and the increase or decrease compared
with tbe previous week, was posted
on 'Change today as follows: Wheat,
30,?H)8,761 bu; d. cense, 164,(192 bti.
Coin, 9,388,005 bu; increase, 1215 bn.
Oas, 2,730,244 bu; increese, 134.9 Hi
bu. Rye, 280,245 bu ; decrease, 1 4 083
bu B-irley, 252,101 bu: k-cr-.ae,
7715 bu i Le eni' unt in Cl ; "1
vatirs wa: Wbeit, 8,li. ti;
corn. 240,794 bu; oa's, ixu.oil bu;
rye, 12,020 bu ; barb y, 28,700.
Tbe Mew York Nlntcmrnt.
Naw York, June 21. The follow
ing is the vieiMe euoply of train ou
June 19th, as coxpded by the New
York Produce. ExcliHDgH: Wheat,
30,909,101 bu; corn, 0,38 ,335 hn;
oats, 2,730,082 bu ; rye, 258,838 bu ;
Tho Indian Budget.
London, June 21. Edward Howurl
presented the Indian finat.c al st ce
ment in the House of Commons this
evening. The dilficu tyin exchange
was explained as ariung from the
rupee falling in value from two shil
lings to one shilling six pence, requir
ing 25 per cut. moie rupees to be sent
to England to make payments
than were required formerly. The
budget for tne past yeer shows
a deficit of 300,000. For the current
yenr it is estimated tbat there will be
a deficit of 182,000, on the basis of a
rupee being worth Is, (id. Tbe total
liabilities of India are 5!i,000,000,
and the assets :08,000,000.
Death or i'ol. Major.
Loi-isville, K y., June 21. Col. S. I.
M. Major, for many years a prominent
legitlator aud newspaper man. died at
bis residence at Frunkfort, Ky., this
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ELAM- Jan 21. 1, Joy W. Ki m. id
th Mnty-tourth T'r of bu in.
Funaril Ihla (TI KSDAY) morniif at 10
o'clock, from th ri dcoro of tbe S. 8.
EUm, near Buntjn Station.
Ql'ION At ri.lfHpiol Mm. A. H.Felld.
No. Union itr.rr, M.itkIht Tnin, Jun
21,U'i, at et:lS o'cUok. Le t Va . rJ
four uiuBlha nd trn ilny. diugbur of
llenrr L. and tht lit Lucy Yino Uuion.
Funeral will take i im-e from reiideure thli
(tUKSUA V) nfttrn . n .1 4 o'cloi-k. Frlendu
nf the fwintlr inritd f -t vt-nd.
fi .M.it ii. .ori( i:
TAYLOR The friends nod ce.uainUncea
of lb lata Dr. Aitui h K. TiYLoa are in
vited to attend bU funeral, fruia 8 race
Church, cor. Laudcrdnleand Vance atreeU,
thla (TUKSDAY) Hfternuon at o'clock.
CnrrlagM at P. V. Suntev't.
MA SO MT h m:iui, oii:.
fr tlie l urpoae it ntteimine tlia funeral of
bir Knirtt I)r. K Till H K. TA YLOH.
Members of St. Khno Couuuatiderr are in
vited to unite wlih it".
Brordor II 11. Cl'Lt.KS. E. C.
Attmt ! T. J. P.H' i ri, ltr..,r.l(.r.
Attract Ions Redoubled
Labt Week We Took Off One-Thlrd-Thls
Week We Take Off One
Half, or 50 Per Cent.
DRESS GOODS and SILKS.
FIRST LOT of hnndnom Dreta Combina
tions priced min S1I to t 6 on .Monday
all at ! Htritiirht.
BKCOND LOT-l)rfstConiblnHtloni from V
to 915. all at St US.
Dut a line of double-fold, all-wool aoodi,
worth from M)o to II Hi.
Bun the choice of all our cheap dreai goods.
Silk Sale Extraordinary j
One-third of the price of all eur Si! kt.
ALL OUlTnAT STOCK
at one-half price. MUNI.Y you will too
tbepricoa marked. Divi.le thorn In
two and i uniiRee.
Duyi Kfl One French Flowera and Monturor.
Ri h, elegant Ortrlch I'lumei.
Ladin' and Mitaen' Comotn, worth II 30.
Our HILKSara all new, choice nnd j'oi.trutle.
You aare exaolly oue-tliiid rwina
DE80TO L'lOOE NO. aw, F. 4 m
A. M.-Will meet In rvte.M
oomtnunlcntlon thia ITUKNIAY),' W
evenina, June 2Jd,at Ho'clock, f"rxV
work in the E. A. deiiree. All E. A.' '
Maiom fratoruully invited.
By order W. J. BROWN, W.M.
Attent: C. R. Pou.mn, becrotary.
Kolfe Orammnr School,
100 Mrnliall A venue,
FALL TERM 0PEN8 SEPT. 27th. Num
ber ol pupili limited. There aro low
raoanoiei, and thoie deairinc to entor pupili
ehould innke early application, either to Die
"Adviaory Committee," or to ft. M. ROLKK,
Principal. Luke W. Finlay, Dr. I). 1).
Saundera, Hon. 8. B. Iiamiaond, Adviaory
Motlce to Contractors.
St. Lome, Abkamhab ako Tkxab IUilway,
Orrtni or Tiia Cmir Knuinkkh,
Tkxarkana, Trx., June IU, 188o. I
QFALED propopali addreaaed to the Chief
O Eniineer ol the St. Luia. Arkanaaa and
Texaa railway, No. 4eHt Market Mreet, St.
Louil, Mo., will be received until 12 o'clock
noon of the 7th of July, lsmi, for the con
struction of a Koundhouve iind Machine
Hhopa at Pine Bluff, Ark. 1'roi.oanlii to have
the envelope iudnrod, " raoimaala for
Roundhouse and Mimhine fthopt at Pine
Bluff." The following- Is an approximate
llutementot uantitic :
4,1111 ou. yard) ol Excavation.
2m,i"ift. 1). M. Lumber.
,m,U0 Brick. I
IVHiNiiuarea of Gravel HooAnr.
Plana and apeciAcationa can be aeon at the
general offlie of the Company, corner ol
Fourth and Market itreet', Ht. Lnnia, Mo. ,
at the office ol '. II. lloulnhan, Waaler oi
Traneportution, Pine Bluff, Ark., and at thia
TheCompnny rerorvea the riht to reject
any or all bid.
R. L. VAN PANT, Chief Engineer.
W. R. CutiMPTiiK, (ion. HupX
DU. K. L. LASKI,
Pliyglelnn, Kurgoem itnd Accnucbtr,
KUSIDKNCtt AND OFFICE,
8i: MhIh Mref, IVenr Unlou.
Telephone No. HS.
I Hie ilF.M V.H'H EKaLIMII.n
Tha Orlnluiil anil Only ejnaelnt,
Sale and alwaya Reliable. Beware ol worlh.
Ii Imltationa. India uenaable to I. IHMl.
A n your Irnitli lor "'llcli-"'r,a
f'.aiBTli "and take no other, or liuloae 4
(atampa) to ua for particulars m lttb by
relnrn mall. N FAFEK. tlU
rbMleir riieiiilcal 4'o.,
lliilii lllHillMiai Nqnnrr, Ftillada., ".
TKAOlfi supplied by OKO. O.UOOUWIH
Ahl-nl Atcrma. HaMilaa, Maaa.
ON the 1st day of May, the firm of
(IktCUR k ADAMS, Attorney!, waa dii
solved by mutual consent. M. OREER,
B. r. ADAH. LAC1INCI LA M H.
ADAM Ho Ij
Attoriieji ut Lair,
No. 10 Madlaoa .HI., Moaaaptala, Teata.
I'rnctlce In the Stte and Federal CourU ol
Tenneanee, Arkanaaa and Mia iaaippl.
MEMPHIS r:XX., 1SS6.
STOCKMEN, farmera, dilrymtn, and alt
fancier, of thia famoua and favorite
broed, are informed that the above shipment
will comprise a very choice assortment of
BI LLS (18 months old) ; Y'K ARLINO HKIF
EKdlto calve early In Ki7)i CALVKB (of
both sexes anddropied this sprint).
All pure-bred and selected by noted judt-es
with the areateat care Iroiu woli-kawn but
ter families with hinh-clasa milklni strains.
Parties wanting atrlotly flrat-cUas animals
for foundation atock to succeanfully eatabliah
a herd, are cordially invi'ed to correspond.
Our prices will be found reasonable special
teroii tor orders. Apply for full infnrmatien
to ADAMbON X RON ALItSON,
i Leadenhall strout, London, Eojland.
TllKofltcera and meiiilieri ot Mem- ft,
I'hia Ooinmai diTj No. 4, K T , 7
are hereby ordfudl" attend, in full
dntt, a ipeoial cn Uve thia (Ti kh-
if a '1 T f ,'airwWK ' ,T
GERMAN BANK, MEMPHIS, TENN.
CMPIT.4I Si.O.eiOO SI'KPLI'N 1 10,000
LOI'IS II ANA I tit, 1. P. II Ui'Ml.N, J. J. JENNY, J. W. COi'llH AN.
f'i'-.,,R,Y,KS'. T "-VA.NCK, JACOB WEI.LER, WM K P. NIIKRIBR
J. b. KOBl.Nay u, .1. T. P IT it, J. T. KH -T. 'V. '. McCLLRB,
HiORtii; ARNOLD. KDW'D OOLDS.'JITH.
JOHN W. M IIH, lril.l-. I. i . , Weill KK, TlrrFrall0Bt.
HM lll .'! IKteilTII. lit.r
Bo J. Semmes Sl Co.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. It. tiOUVl IN, pren't. J. M. U00DHAK, Vlce-rres't. C. H. BAIXF, Cafnr
Tl'RLKY, J. M. O00DBAR, J. R. GODWIN,
I1UIIPU U I11VIM IWVltlU
NELSON, f. 11. HIMH, W. P. DIINAVANT,
SMITH, CHARLKS KNIT, R. J. BLACK.
W 1LKF.RS0N, R. T. COOPER, 11. F. COl Kl?,
A RM1STKAD, 0. B. IIRVAN. A. W. NKWMiM.
Itiaallairy nf tha ftlMa of Teiineaaee, Trnnanrle a Urml Hniaklsaa
Havltlal aat4 stvM MHalal ASS.iBill.na lo St.llMSI...-VMj
R. GODWN k CO
And Commission Merchants.
THo. IU mid 3G MiuIImoh Htreel, Hemplila.
Dry Goods, Jotions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 320 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Tenn,
WK ARE IN DAILY RECEIPT OF DKU1RAULR HPRINCI AMI NUMMEB
SJIIOIIN, wnlnh wo offer to the Trade upon the most favorable terns. Oar price
will compare lavorablr with those of any market In th United tttates. We are Agent for
TeunoHHce Munafiictarlugf l'o.' IMiiIiIh, IrlIIn, Mliootlng;, Nhlrtlnf, Etfle
T j "Fl TVT TVT O OAIiTI.
. . ". I
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
N. M. JONES, President. I. F. PKTER. Vice-Pro-ldent.
W. D. F. fc'AWRIE, Secretory and Treasurer.
(MiirsHHiaora lo Fele-ra A lawrle,)
MAMFACTUREHS OP THE "MAHXOLU II It AM) "
:0, as aud 40 JetlorMoa Nt't.
N. M. JONES, JNO. K. SPEED, I. F. PETER3, UEO. ARNOLD. W. D. F. SAWRlB.
TS?o Tlio Tx-AEtcio.
-W.hav sold our entlr. bn.iness to the FKTEK1 MAW BIB -0.,and uk
for them a oontlnuane of trade so kindly etendod to
yyiTTlTI f HA W
O.K. HOUCK fc Co
No 380 Main Street, lleiuplild.
Piaaos and Organs
AT LOU'IMX I'HICIM
RhAot Wiia?t? nn1 T lools.
1VI- "B9. BAI
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FLaTorlnir ExtiacU, Sjnuf, aUlni rowdcrs. Toilet Articles, Etc, Et.
t0 JoffefO Btrnet.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTOM FACTORS)
360-303 rvont Street, Memphis, Tenn..
PliATT OIJT CO.
Manufacturer's Atents for t
lanll Pratt f otton Gins,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS
AND " "
SMILEY, SMITH A CO
Frail tlltMM Hssilor Jlaa, retHt-
era aaitl Wlaa Blfsaalrcra. -
Ij to lot Poplar St., Memphis.
P-Prntt Pevolvinx-Head dins nna
:ii i. r'oca now complete, t ricea
I orraaponilence and ordere
(')d elina Repaired io First-
All work fnaranteed
0. W. TOM LIN. WM. BENJE8.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
17U Main St., MeuipliU.
Offer special Inducements In Open Basil
of our own lima., at tfl Top lluaiiel ol
oar own make, at All work war
ranted. Call before you bur.
r Havlm dlapoaed of our entire stock ot
Vehicles end the Mnnutuoturlnv Depart
ment to Meaara. TOMLIN A BKNJt.S, we
bespeak for tiiem a coiitlnuanca of the
palronatie so Ion extended to ut.
CARRIAOK A II A ROW A H E COMPANY.
FOIC HASII.OU TIM
Ntw Pisnnos for Reai
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