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MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1S80.
VOL. XL VI NO. 148.
4SL4DSTOXE AT GLASGOW.
THE PKEMIER' THIRD SPEECH
Another Feature or the Great Irlah
Qaestion DKcnssed Three
Glasgow, Jane 22. The arrival of
Nr. Mil Mrs. GlaJstom here today
was the aignal or a great demona'ra
tion. TlijasjnJa of people had await
ed at the station to greet them, and
mlun they a ighted from the train and
entered their carriage they were
t ber!d and cheered apsia by the en
thusiastic mul i nde. Hengler'a Cir
cus, in wh ch Mr. UlaiL.o.i; was an
nouLCd ta spe. k, was picked from
floor to cail rg Mr. Gilbert Beitli,
MemV.er of IV r lament for Central
G asgow. was chairman of the melt
ing. Wh?n the Premier snd Lis wife
and Lad" Aberdeen f n'ered the build
ing tbey'were met with hurricanes of
appause. The amines s-n "Auld
Lang tvne" -'And He's a Jolly Gocd
upon risirg, said he wai confidfnt
tla. Glafgow would do 'roe BDd solid
Lifce.al work at the coming e!ec ions.
He would todjy dtal with a portion
of the great Lien question which had
hitherto been uuUuched, name'y,
that portion which peculiarly fffecteil
Scot'and. He would take hia text
from the famous Dr. Cha'tnets, wh",
in 1818, referred to the ' imposvbility
of cni-hing 'he Irish people," aud
added that "tha Almighty arm rf
kindmss would be irresisible.
"These words," the Fpe?ker sid,
"were wotds of bih Christian wis
dom." He asked his auditors to ap
proach the question iosp'red with
such eentimeiits He wished to deal
with three pints the security of
Protestants in Ulster, the arguments
deduced from the un'on of fcoiland
and Engaod, and the question of
borne rule for Scotland. Cheers
He mentioned that under the home
rule bill Ireland would be an inde
pendent country. Theie were clauses
that forbade Ireland to leg'sla e for
the establishment or endowment rf
arjy religion. The Parnell tes joy'u'ly
accepted the clU9ee, and they had al
ways proved that they were in favor of
Bjsidep, the royal ve o would re
main. Toerefors a tmswtregrounc'.
less and frivol' us. Lord Haitinjiton
complaired that he made no advaree
in tlieUlster prrpcsaHin the original
scheme. Well, Lo d Haiticg'on made
no effort to help to do fO ajtBio. Maj.
Sanderson, in behalf of tbe
Orangemen, advanced Ue view that
the majority of tbe Irish should be
compelled to adept tbe will of the
email minority. Air. Parrell wanted
the assis ance of every Irishtran in the
woik of governing Ireland. The gov
ernment was open to cmsidir every
reasonable popositkn, if Mich con id
te desired, for i he cuipos of niving
sepata'e satisfaction to toat portion of
Ulster in wlrchPiotestin ism gieatly
prevails. But the fears that the Cath
olics wculd pf raieute the North, where
the Protestants were ttrocg enough to
The urioo of Enirland and Scotland
mi iBnpntillv different from that of
F.noland and Ireland. Tbe lor da-
mental difference was, that Scotland
was always fcble to hold her t,wn.
Fcntland met Eunlaiid on a footing of
ponaiitv. and the uniin with the lapse
of time lecommended iteelf to the
minds andheartsof Scotchmen, while
the entire Irioh tation was ugaitsi the
TNION OF COUNTRY WITH ENGLAND.
Nn- tin hn naid Sco'land had be
come gradually satisfied with the
union, but if a great majority of the
people of Scotland w sued to inannge
i,r ln. al atTnim within her own bor
ders, did they think, if hey arrived at
n i lpr conclusion to that eflect, that
rt an uflntv twn Sco'ch members of the
House of Commons sixty united as
one man in a demand for a change,
that England dare or w uld wish to
them? fCries rf "no". He
ridiculed the proposals of toe Ka
innnl Radical Union to leave un
Hoait ith the auestion of I'ish
local self-government, asubject wh'uh
was rips for dmussioD, while tbe
country dealt wiih local government
for EaglaDd and eeotianu, a quotuuu
whirh via rotrine for diBCUiston. Mr.
Glads one thought that ihis proposed
castiron uniformity of institutions for
Edit and. ScotlanH, Ire'and and Wales
araa a had. 'ulna ii; (1 viiluar trineiple
Tn dualinffwirh tbe Hlbiect Ot local
gnvercrnant.tbe special wan's of tbe
dillerent nsopie musi ue i-uueiucitu.
And the suesial hiatorv of ihw peO'
pie. Tbe main question was whether
Ireland was to liav tree govern
ment or be cvei-nddeu by .Eng
land and Scot'and. They knew row
wha Ire'and wished for. Ireland bad
net asked t r an innovat:on because
Htm had a Pailif m"nt, until n was
taken from her in 1800 by a mixture
of fraud and f.irce. She only esid:
"In God's r aoie, t s you have failod,
el'ow us to endeavor to govern our
selves." Scotland, the speaker con
tinued, had alwavs sent reformers to
a reformed Parli .ment would she do
so acin (cries of "ves"), or would she
eeDd conseivativee? If she chose the
latter course the responsibility would
h htr. not his.
In conclusicin, Mr. G'adstme ap
peaied to bis auditors to give their
voiee in favor of a work of peace and
jus ice. His do ing words were bailed
with loud snd pro ongid cheers.
TBE JOURNEY TO HAWAHDEN.
Mr. Gla lston-'s journey from tbe
meeting boll at Git sgow to the railway
station waB a grand triumphal proces
sion. His carriage waB eecorled by a
. body of police. Evervjpoint of vant
age around the stution had to be
fousht for. The ttreelB .were filled
with a sicl mats tf humanity ehout
ng iteelf bcarse. Mr. Gladstone
showed no sign of f-it'gue. On
the platform a spletd d bouquet
ws presontid to him and there
wes a rt eh to shake hands with him
as tbe train s arted. Lady Aberdeen
traveled on the ame train, and after a
time joined the Premier party.
Crowds were waiiine at every stat'on
They cheered the Premier and (ailed
for a speech. Mr. G!aistor e, in most
icstsnceB, returned a few words cf
At Carlisle he made a sbcrt speech
in refer.rce to the Unionis; candidate
. there. Hia remarks were received
with ming'ed cheering and hooting.
At Piesron there wa3 a hr stile ele
ment in tbe crowd. Cheers were
given for Lord Salisbury and counter
lor Mr. Gladstone and Earl
Ches'er w 8 reached t midnight.
Crowds wire wa;titg st the station
despite the lateness of the hour. The
patty arrived Hawaiden at 1 0 clock
this morning and received a hearty
welcome from tbe villager.
Th "ftocttnaa" UlaxUteae.
Ewnbcroh, Jnne 22. The Scotman
arita-iMS Mr. Gladstone's Edinburgh
rpeeth as severely as it found fault
with his first. It eays tbe Premier in
yertTday'a speeh was ungenerous
toward bis opponent and evative ie
spectine ceitjio iooporant points.
"Mr. Gladstoue," the ScoUman says,
"does r ot care bow tbe House of Com
mons iB degraded provided h's ser
vile fo lowtrs be eUcted to member
ship in it."
Jhu IIrlb( and ib lloiu. Hale BUI.
LoNDon, June 22. John Bright has
formally rcp'ted to tbe tender cf the
roeo'utions of tbe Rockdale Conserva
tive As siciation, thanking him for ha v
ingaesis'.ed to dt feat the bomeru e bill.
He says in iU rp y: "I am sorry
there should be any i artv in the coun
tiy ready to accept those bills."
BnlUbury'a 4poalMnn to tbe I le
London, June 22. The Marquis of
Salisbury, io the House if Lords last
evening, opposed tie elections bill
because of the "objectionable rature
Li ceitiio clauees introduced into it,
a'ter Mr. Gladstone had piomised th-t
ali contentious mafer should be
avoided duiing tie icmainder of the
ses-ion. lhese clauses were trow
niruduoed bv Mr. Lab' uchere. The
Eirl of Kimberly, Se nt ry for India,
then aimed to withdraw the objec
tionable clauses in order ti save tune
by reventiog the rttum of the bill to
the Uou83 of Cnumone. The Lords
tben resd the bill a second time.
Labourhere iihI HrHillniiKb'a Hani-
London. June 22. Henry La-
bouchere and Clnrles B.-adiaugh have
s-ued a loiivt election address to tbe
electors of Northampton, their Parlia
mentary constituency. They declare
theie is no middle our e m the pres
ent campaign ; that the choice lies be
tween coercion and conci iation. "The
Tories are boasting," the manifesto
says, "that they will ob'ain a majority
in the next parliament, we tnina
tbe people do cot believe in an aristo
cratic or Jplut'jcratic government.
The people must decide wbether Mr.
Gladstone or Lord balietmry snail
With ibe Home
London. June 22 The Marquis of
RiDon. Liberal, hissmt a letter to the
secretary of tbe at-suiat on, in which
be expresses ins syniia'ny wii" ino
home rule movement. A donation to
aid the came was iurh sod in tho let
ter. Karl Blend writes tbat the whole
fortune of England -sat stake in the
pre:eat crisis. He dec'afes that the
iiandirg of the government of Ireland
to meti whe m Mr. G'adstone described
as sworn enetni'S of Eng'and means
danirer to Eatland and ruin to Ire
land. He conr io'ers the nolicy of Mr.
triiftit a id Lord Harrington and their
followers alcno cousistent with the
safe.v i f tbe nation.
Colonial SleelInK hi PnUley, Scot-
London, June 22. There was a la-ge
Unii n s; cathenua Pauley. Scot
land, lodav. I1dsUiU ad-
dr-e ed the nitotii-ij. He tirgd that
the Scotch compel Mr. G'ansione to
distinctly answer whether the ;and
puicba4 bill would or would not te
brcugut loiwarj again
M or Icy and tJlndntone.
Londos, June 22.-The Telegraph
contris's the sneect.es made by Mr.
John M-rlev, Ctiief Scretary for Ire
land, vrith th' se made bv Mr, Glad-
s'ene, and says they are antagonistic.
It adds: "It the members cf the
Cabinet delay arriving st some agree
ment on tbe issues of the campaign
there will be just flcation for the be
lief that the membe'sof the govern
ment have no uniform opinion of the
po'lo.v the electors ate aiked to af
firm." More Abont the Pnrnell-Con.erva
Washington, June 22. Mr. Tho?.
Power O'Connor, in the course of
Bpeech at SbetbMd tor ight, read a let
ter which be received from Mr.
O'Brien, Member ol Parliament, while
the Conserva'ivtS were in power.
Tbe letter stated tbat Mr. Charles
Howard Viocet-t had virited the
writer and given him to understand
that be ceme on a mission bom high
quarters. He qirstioned Mr. O'Brien
closely as to tl.e sort of Parliament
that would sa'isfy the Jrish arid
sesm. d to bs de iiitod witn the an
swers he received. Mr. O'Bripn, the
lefer fur'her s ai't, was impreeied with
tbe idea that a sohems f jr home rule
in Ireland wps bein hatched and the
Ejrl ofla'tarvon, ihen Loid L'eu-tt-rant
cf I-e:ard, favoied the adop
t'on cf such a measure.
Protr.mnt HoineKnle AfioclaHou.
London. June 23. The inaugural
mectirgof a bianch of the Parli-m nt
Home Kuie Assuiation neiuin uumio
yesterday, ended in a free fiilit. Sev
fnrcilil v eiected from
the mettina hall. Mr. Henry Hartley
Fouler. Liberal, in a speech at Wal-
vfrhamotou vesterdav. said that
th Ir.si oues ion wou'd remain
unsettled until the iniqnit es of the
land awa weie remedied, ue riui-
culed the idea that the msjority in
Ireland wculd ill treat the minority
i,r,lr Mr. I4la.il.-tone's scheme, tan
ada, he said, wts the uks: disloyal por
tif n of the Kingdom until tome rule
mi ffrnnted to her. Now she was
tbe mo3t coutenti-d.
Karl Spencer at Vfyromb.
V . ' I nil T ' 1 Cnnnc
i,O.NDOX, AJiril a. Ijari npoutcij
speakine at Wycoinb yesterday, said
hedjubted whether Lo d Ratdolph
Churcbill's ill-natn red address to lus
corst'.tuenti would have acy effett :o
ii,flQence vrtei againet tbe Tories.
Lord Sa Ubuiy's po'icy would inevita
bly end in coercion, while Mr. Glad
stone's would lesd to real union,
based upon affection.
L1I1LE ROCK, ARK.
C'onalderble Frelgbt Wreck
Taller Boole Tarda.
ISFXCUL TO THI arrHL.I
Little Rock, Ark , June 22. A
considerable wreck occurred in the
Valley Route railrcad yards at this
place, th's even'ng. a i'ch engine
engaged in makii g up a train for the
S:uth was pulling about twenty-five
loaded cars down the track, when
three of them jumped on to the sleep
ers, carrened ever and, be'ore the en
gineer learned wbat the trouble w8,
rece'ved a'mos; t-val demolition.
Three othf ra scon followed suit, and
the wbo'e six went bumping along on
the track for a distance ot 100 yards
before the eng'ne could be stopped.
THE SATIOIAL CAPITAL.
SENATOR A!JD MRS. TAXCE'S RE
CEPTION 10 THE EDIIORS.
Contract for Faraishlnff Fnblic
BnlldlDgi-The Public Printer
laPIOlAL TO TBI AFFIAL.I
Washington, June 22. The House
yeeterday passed the following reso
lution of internet to Mamohis, on tao
tion of Congrettstran Ztchaiiah Tay
lor: Whereas, The lower portion of the
city of Memphis, Tvnn., has in part
been destroyed by the caving in of the
bank cf lhe'Mhus;ppi r.ver at that
point; and whereas, great des'.ruct'on
of private property has been out-riled
and destruction of the propeity of the
United Mates threatened thereby;
and whereas, Congress has faded to
protect said properly by the apprc pri
ation of money for that purpose: and
whereas, the citizens cf said city Lave
subscribed sufficient mocey for ea d
purpose ; there fore
r liefolred, That all or enough of the
baues, boats, tee s, implements and
appliances now at said city under the
control, custody or nianageo entrf tbe
M;s-iiSippi Kiver wjmaiinsion acu
used by s -id Commiss'on f-r tbe im
provemei t f the Mississippi river at
said city ire hereby Uaned to the
nronerlvauthoriiedotnters of th lax-
ing Distnc' of Shelby couniy, Tenn.,
to he used by them in i-uproving said
river at said city below Beaie sireet
thereof, Biid loan to be made
under such regula'ions as may be
mads by the Secretary of War for the
Drooer use. safe keeping and the re
turn of the same to tae proper ollicers
of the United States, and fcr the pay
ment o' all damages wh eh may result
to the United States by viitue of such
The Acting Sectretaryof the Treas
ury todav awarded contracts for the
furniture' for the public buildings at
Oxford, Miss , and Jackson, Tcnn., to
the Phienix Company nf Grand
Rapids, Mich. Tbe award is condi
liocal upon their giving security for
the fahbful performance of the con
tract, aod tbat they eball bear all ex
penses of inspection in case of a devia
tion from the specifications.
It is generally conceded tbat the
tffite of the Public Printer will be
vacated as soon as Congress adjourns,
which is now a matter of only a few
weeks. Indications point strongly to
the nomination of Mr. J. M. Keating,
of Memphis, and his rumored appoint
ment gives general sitislaction te e.
MB. SPENCER PRATT,
of Mobile, Ala , will receive the mis
sion to Ttr-ia receutly vacated bv
Winston, of Illinois. His name will
be sent to the Senate shortly.
CUA8. H. MORTON,
of Aiiimsta. Me., whese name was re-
rentlv withdrawn as ncstmasler thure,
will be appointed Commissioner of
NaviKttion, July 1st, to succeed Jams
Patten, of North Ca-olina.
SENATOR AND MRS VANCE
gave a receptiou to the North Carolina
Pres Association last night, at their
reridtnee. There were pre ent over
loO pe'sons, the association including
about sixty nelsons and Miss Hatcbott,
the pott of the party. Mrs Vance was
a'tired in a handsome evening dress ,
of peari-co'ored satin, with thread lace
garniture and a bunch of jasmine at
the corsace. She wsb assisted by Mrs.
Robt. Green. Mrs Vanes, jr , Miss
Cullen, Mis Key, Miss Spoflbrd, Mis.
Skinner and Miss Sewell. Senators
Beck, Ransom and Harris were pres
fcnmnanied bv Prof. Elliott on tbe
piano, rendered Bocae excellent vecal
music. A selection on tbe banjo was
heartily applauded by the guests. A
splendid coda'ion was served. Many
of the members of the associa'ion left
the city hvt night and the lemainder
Tbe wife and family of Congresf
man Wheeler leave for their home in
Alabama in a few days.
SOUTHERN POBTOFFICI POINTS.
Fourth-Claes Postmasterj Ojmm's-
sioned Jno. E. Mancelt, Alma Kant,
Ala.; Thos. L. Simpson, Lawrence
lJostomce et itena, wor.roe com cy,
Mis?., discont nue t ; mi il to Quincy.
Star Serv ce Charges Arkansas:
Dewitt to Arkansas Pass, from July
1st increa e service to thiee limes a
week ; Cumnvns to Wil iamette, from
July 1st omit Kacine, dtcreKsing cbs
tnnoe three miles and a qunrtr; S ar
City to Groely, from July lit cu tail
S'rviceto bgin at Yorktown, omit
tinir Star C ty, decreasing pistance six
milessnd th-n extend service irrin
GiedytoPino B ull", intrasiog dis
tance twelve miles. Tennesiee:
Marvville to Msryvil'e, from July 1st
ineie.rse service to six times a week
between Morgantown a-d Friogcnia,
three miles and a ha f and back;
Farmicgilale to Evansville, from July
1st extend routa lo embrace and begin
at Winesap, it creasing distance six
miles; Hollow Springs to Mor
Tiaon. from July 1st curtail
route to beirin at Naota, omitting Hoi
low Springe, decreasing distance s x
end oiie-fourth miles; Liear B-anch to
Brownlow, from July 1st extend rou'e
from Rrownlow to Ramseytown, N.
C, and end there, iricreas'ng distance
twelve acd one hall miles; tr.cree.
Qirtni-H tn two trios a week.
Railway Post-ilice Servics Charges
T.irt.la Kick and Fort Smith, Ark.,
railway pestt ffice clerks ex'ecd run to
end at Le'anri. Miss. : inrr-ase in dis-
tunre. itts ni'lcB. ruakinK wbo'e die-
tanca 306 miles, to take eflect
1st, tbis ex ension takn g un
discontinuing the L'ttle It ck
Lslaod railway rosb ffice, the
ro be known us tha Fort Smith
Lsland railway postclhce.
Spirit In Warphonaea.
Wakiiington. June 22 In answer
to the Senate reso utinri calling upon
W Sarre arv oi t'Je trea-ury to iur
liirh to i lie eepaw) in ui.iiu'i u
.rii-ph were issue i ttie eriiers ci jan-
narv 6. 18S5, and March 27, 1880, re-
la instothe eipcrt-t on end re-im-
nit .rionol disti 1 d epir.'s, the deci
ioni of ihe Attorcey Gereral.opioions
f fthnCrmmiscioneroI Internal nev
entie and eli other t aper relating to
rdrtiR. and ca'liuir for other in-
f rmation io regard to tbe exportation
anil re-iniDOrta ion ot spirits, tne aci
no SMretarv ni tne ireasurv eeui iu-
t-n tn the SeDate copies ol all tbe
documents called for. He aleo sent I
lor TUT in which he r.-fers to the oein
inn nt the A'toinev Oeneral oi
n,hr':t. 1884 as beine tbe author
ity "in deference" to which tbe
Circulars of. January 6, !Stj5, aad ia-
sued in egard to thedfsrosition of the
7,7o".6'.)6 f al ons nf apiri's in dis'lllery
ware Liiuses June 30, 16-", which Lad
been stamped and bonded t.-r exoort
nnder Ra'd c'rcular. II eccl- ses a
repcrt of tbe Comnris: loner of Inii nal
Revenue tbowinz hat 1.410,350 gal
lons were exported, 6,S:;7,S31 ga'lors
wr-re wi'hdrswn n payment oi tax,
and !tK gill 'ns were c aiaied as lost
t y leakage. There is a so enclosed a
statement from repoMsc f the Collector
cf Customs shown g ih quantity of
taxable gallon o' dmiet'c spirits re
iu1 ported and entnred for warehouses
s nr March 27, snd tnequan-
t ty of tnchsp'rits re nsi.i'ng in cus
toms wrt houses to b as follows :
Citu. Enttred. in Warthotut.
New York 124,6!Hi 2,0li
Foton 1'28 S2S
Pniladelphia M.H3S 2,s.i5
Baltimore 34,tt t'7,914
Cincinnati 17.H81 13,tMil
St. Liuis 1.7C8 1,681
lha FreHiupilun a ml Timber
Washington, Juno 22. The Secre
tary of the In'erior tiMly sent to the
Senate a reply to the recent nsolu'ion
of tbat body.'ilucftinii him ti inform
ttierera:e wnetoer tne oonuiussioner
of the General ljind Ollice bad, with
the appioval of the Secretary of tbe
Inte rior, bailed tlie circular hhcoik!-
irg applicRtions for entries under tbe
treempti n tiniber culture and
desert lai.d law." The Secretary re-
cres 'lie lacr ot 'lie piouinigaiiou oi
the order and its sub equent revoca
tion, and enclo-wN a long communica
tion ou tber ubject fri in Comm Siionc-r
Sparks: Mr. SparKS euy: 'The au
thority to isue each circu'ar wa
founded upon pr. cedents deemed ti
be sufficient, of more than forty years
siauding, eaiict:oned by judicial decis
'ons and by Congressional recogni
nianrr lo lha Prvablaail and Mr,
Wahiiinc.ton, Jane 22. The Pcst
matcr tieneral gave a dinner tonight
to the President anil Mrs Cleveland
HhIh. and Judire Brvail. Assistant At
torney titnerhl for (be i'ostoUice Do
partment. (.0VKUN0I! HILL
Arranging lo Nrcnre Ihe neinoeratl
Nomination in IHHH.
St Ixit'is, Mo., June 2.'.-Th
Washington corr.Bp'indtnt cf the
f Holt Jkmnftat tslcgraphs that New
York Deniotratic numbers of Con
lirtss herf are out'P 'keu in the opin
ion tbat Gov. Hill ib laying bis plans
in a veiv ailroit uy to catch the
Democra'ic nrrtiinutum for tho I're.-i-il-ncy
in 1HS8. Tljey point in gie,t
nice to his le.c'Qt bo.im in
New England, and insiits tbat
Hill showed his grva! ability iu seying
exactly what ha d d nbiut the Presi
deLt. Tbey eny tha. Hill likes Ueve
lsnd perfonally -i-U ei-ough, but
d-spisos the lat'jr's civil siTvico
views These Cougtesiuien tre fne
ennuifh in thtir' i-xoression of opin-
iota wh-n--tji d i not bar
publication, but publicity fright
ens ilium muni iba'elv. lliey
say that if a word is published aacnm
itie I om them cd a hostile nature
toward Clevobind i' will be no me for
themtotiy to get any favors frjm
him. ana mat nicy cannot, auoru io
ennak on that account. When asked
f thev can carry New l ork without
the Mugwumpp, they answer that it
csn be done ectiisr without
them than wi'h them. They claim
that the .Mugwump kflucu:e has
leen entirely bad on their party.
Manv Democrats, they say, have got
into "the way of reading tuch papers
as the New Ycrk Timet and Uarper'i
Weeklu. and ihe risult is that tbe party
discipbne has been injured and Drill
ocra'B eilucnted into Republican ideas.
A prominent Irish member ol Con-
grc : i remaractl to your correeponutni
tcday that it is theopinion of tbe Irish
e-Miemlly that Cleveland docs not
ike them, and lias no use lor tnem.
He believes tbe Irish were genera ly
for Blaine, and hs has systematic illy
boycotted that rationality. He got
very lew 1'isn vttee, anu n ne
hould run Bgaln be would get
fewer ye'. It stems to be the opinr n
of party leaders on both tides that tin
parly lines are goinir to be closely
drawn at Iho next Presidential t lee
tien, and that extrontfi men are likely
to be noinir n'ed on both sides.
TUE )r ART 11 I'll WILL CASE.
rinnl Itf trn Kuierrd li
1'nllfKl Nlnlew I enrl.
Cincinnati. O.. Junn 22 Tlie Cir
cuit Court of the United IStates, Ju!ko
Javkon prBKlinir, today decMien llie
McAithtir will v.hi end gave dirtc
tioiefora final (?ecre. The cans in
volves abJi.t 15,000 acrei ol vMltiatue
improved land, lyinjr principilly in
It-hi and rink away crant ee, O.
Duncan McArtlinr. wlio wee Governor
cf Ohio in LSIfO, cied in 1839, leaving
all the?e lands io exi tutc rd and trim-
te. B, ti te divided einong tiiB granil
rh lilren when tlie youoireft b"caTe
nf fflr Immn lately aft-r Li
ce th th.' Ciildr'n tf ne i'i : 1 r'l
irsli i.t.il ni' tu t ie Con n m
men i"cai of For a ounty oh i aide
tbe will, and a decree m that eflt ct was
entered, t he ori-eHiit cue Wis uroui-'lit
hy the urTiiIetiil(!ren 1 1 eet a w tliat
decree. Upon a former apina1 to the
United r-Uee Kurrene I ort llit
b dy decided tht a nmt lo fei i Bid t a
will did Lot biLd nrandctnliren no
were tftrwa ill bom, but 'ha' tiey
pntillil to the Bliartn p oviileu
forihim in tlie uMidfath, r's will
The decree crdertd by Jtde Ja' k.9 n
inrlav 'b in lontiroiity wit'i
this rtilinir ' f the Sapn-me Court
There were twenty lour trai.d
children. 8 x of tbem wre parties to
tr-n anit KRitine aiiHe th will, and
they, the C ur. holds, are biund by
tbat proceeding, bnt the oiher eight-
nf n and thtfir beire re given tlinr
Rriarea in the real fs ate in
volved. The real is ate is largely in
po'Stesion of persona who bjuiiht it
ofthM li.i after the will ai re:
aside. The Couit holds that thefe
nnlrlprs of land are accouutable for
rani and nrnfita ainctt the commence
ment of tbe present nu;t, bnt that they
are not entitled ti any allowance for
improvements which the.y made upon
tn land prior i tuai uoie.
DK. R. L. LASKI,
Fhjlcla., Surgeon and Accoucher,
RBSIDBNCB AND OFFICE,
313 Main Street, Near I'nlon.
TelurUvB So. 88. .
ter guests were Mibs Greig,
yand Mrs. whitnev, Secretary
, Miss Kndiccitt, Assictant Secre-
Fairchild. Sneilter and Mrs. Car
bCHt LZ-TiJar. Juix t. In, at har
reiideocta, eornar Moabr itrMt and Winrhnf
lor areola. Mr. Ilai Hi roi i. aad O fir
fir TMraand twnir-t ai.
Fanvalfrom lata rUn,-t- thii (Wapsta
bit) moraint at :Po'flm-k. Solftna Hiih
Man at 8t. Mar? 'a Cbari-h, corner Third and
llark! FrUtidi art invited to attand.
JtKWSOM-Juna 22. IS1. Mm. Lrcr A.
KtwanH. tulovrl wil'acf J.J. N'taion, and
forty-four yeri. truln (k.y.) pira
Fontral from rtinien.-. rorntr of Fiftb
and Kerritrt, Cheliaa, .hia (Wrunae rur)
aftvrnoon at 3 o'l-lock. Sorr icaa at th rl
dnc by th Kav. Pr. Rii-hardton. FrUnda
of th famll) ar invited to attend.
FIT.t.KRALDM..n.lr. Jun 22. lxaS,
at 12 o'plork p.m., Faiaom Juaai'H. an "I
William and Nr iiiin-rald. aaad thro
month, thr woeka anil two diy.
Friends acd ariiualnianrei of th family
ar Invlleil in attend in lurerni una
(WEDNESDAY) afterroon at S n'olotk
from No. Ml Second utreet. ChelFM.
Last Week We Took Off Oue-Third
This Week We Take Off Ono
llalf, or 50 I'er Cent.
DRESS GOODS and SILKS.
FIRST LOT of hand.om Preaa Comlilna
tioni, priced Irom S1& lo (6i on Monday
nil m tlU tinieht.
SECOND LOT-Drena Comblnatloni from ?1
to 115, all at a !.
Bun a line of double-fold, all-wool soodi,
worlh from M)o to tl 3A.
Buyi tha cholc of all our cheap droa (oodi.
Silk Sale Extraordinary!!
On-third ol the price of all our Bilk.
ALL OUR HAT STOCK
at one-half price. MONDAY you will ea
th price! marked. Divide thorn in
two and puri'haoe.
Boyi 1000 flneFrtnch Floweri and Mnnturor.
Rich, elegant Oitrioh Pluuiea.
Ladiea' and Mie' Cornets, worth II 50.
Our HILKS are all now, choice and denirabl.
Voaaureaxactlyone-tliird by buying
Corner Madison and Third Streets.
0FFICR 110URS-11 to 12 a.m.
Telephone BH.) 4 to 5 p.m.
Valuable Second St. Property
On Wednesday, Joly 7, 188(1.
W' E r!!! "'I on oornar of Main and Mud
l.on itreeta. Ihe Lettwirh bonne and
lot, .tlUBled iuat north of the Central llcip
tlmt Pl.....k rnnllna llA fnt llV 1M) fet.
TerinH On-fonrlh caah t balano in ail.
. I . . .. .1 .:.,i..n mnnlhi
June 1U, lw. n. u' .
W. M. RATKN. H. t). TOOr
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Hecond Street,
NfiW nml Latent StllOH Slock, new
Type, New .Uuelilnery.
PricenB8 low un mi where, Sort
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MKMI'HIS, TESX..
A I i"lnnn ol llndlnraw, BIhj an, !,
Loana and Piicountn... II.in
u....,.l,i. I i, in iirmii me llondl 4), (Ml IK)
Ciilton Kxi'hanKB Meiiibernhip 'i'l
HmikinhouBe ana omoe Diiure.
II, 772,(4 71
Capital Faid up.
Undivided Proflta A w
Inuire-tand Kichange n ' 'lS M
llepoiita - 1.01-. '
A.Vacfaro. Wm. A. Wllliamion
Jneph llrui-e, Napoleon Uill,
R. builli-y Frayter, K. V'.ITl
S P KibiI, Bon), llalio,
Jobn'R VePPar. J... II. McWitt.
liiaao N. Pnowilen,
N A POt. RON HILli- ........Prealden
WM. A. WILLIAMSON
8. P. READ
oi it k or
-TfiTiPif !. k.f.Vi rlvnn thmt thaiinniia
t- u.mliii nil btrnilriuhf ID
u "T: "a r..:..;. will be held at Iho ollii-e
nl iIl Mimimippi and Tennnnee Kilr. Hd
p,in,,,.n in the town of Hernando De or
H....nu in tha srere of MimMMippt. at
o'clock", noon, July 7, lNW.ror h. pun.o.
r .i i.na liipitnr. and for Ihe tran'iw'tlnn
of ui-h other huninem ai may properly com
J. S. PiiBii, tieo'yj
Xon-Keaidcut Notice. 7
No.fiJiT., R. P.-Io the Chancery Court of
tbclliy County. Tenn Louii U. Boehler
v,. Fannie Boehler .
It anpearina- from bill which i aworn to In
thiciiue thai the defendnt, Fannie bi.eh
ler, ia a non-renident of ih alat f ln
neMee, and that her reiideoce i. unknown!
It i. therefor ordered. That he make
her apiiearance herein, at the courthou.
ol ffhelby county, in Memphia, Tenn., on or
before tbe fir.t Monday m Auaud. WW, ana
..i i .n, nr demur to complain-
ant'i bill, or th am will b Uken for
eonfenedaa to bar and a.t for henrini ex
iierle; and that a copy of thii order be pub
liiihed cmo a wie, fr four ,u'r-e.iTel
weeks, in the Memphla Apteai. iniawaiu
day of June, Imh. Aeopyatte.t:
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Mailer.
By J. M. Bradley, Deputy C and M.
I. B. tde-ink-ton, 6tfl, ivt comrl at, wii
"t ft 1 I ri.'.Vfrt ?-T.T'iJ , I. Brl'ratr Be?olTin-Had dim un.
- -4 I Fir ' --r iu-w- 1 iui ieil. Mock now complete. Price
-A ... . .. - ' .-J -'twi r '' -.. - ' 'reduoed. Crrtpondeno ud crdera
i -"iraVN; H.lioited. tild lin Repaired in Kirat-
, j.10,1100 I
LOl'IS HANAl'FR. I). 1'. II ttrnv'N, J. J. JKNNV. J. W COCHRAN,
rt"' C. URIVSS, ru II. vivfK, 1ACOB Wll,ilK, M. K .T2KS IIHRUEft
J. 8. RulilSSO. .1, T. f 1 I'I i', J. T. KROT. W. i. MoCLl-KK.,
IlkoRilhi AKM'LP, KDWD UOUWMrJH. ,
JOHN W. t'OI'MKAW, Vrf H'. -rV IIBf, Vlro-Priotlrteait.
KliaiNU JU IHiHITH, l.lr
B. J. Semmes & Co.
J. K. HOI) W IX, Tres't. J. X. U00DBAR, Vlcerre't. C. If. 1UIXE, Cashier
J. M. O00DBAR,
f 1) UlUil
W. 8. HRIICB,
F. M. NKLS0H,
1 . U . Pill Oi
R. T. COOPER,
J. M. MM I I II.
W. N. WlhKRRSON.
U. II. HHYAN.
M-A lrMMIUiry ol lha NIAlf of TnanuM, TrBattai m .iirrl HaalilB
And Commission Merchants,
Xo. Hi nl Jl ItlndlNon Ntreot, Wfe tpliU.
Dry Goods, Jotions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 3?3 and 328 Main
"1ITK ARK IN DAILY RECKllT Olf UKUlKAUlilli - nn avaau
V V itlH, which we odor to the Trade upon th moat farorabi tarua. Oar prioM
will aompar favorably with thoi of any market in th Unltd HUlei. W ar Aaenu for
IViiniwHUK Mnnnfiidurlng Co.'g PJuldn, Drllln, Shnotlng, UhlrthiK, Et.
w v lONirs Pro.ldcnt I. t. PET Kiln, ylce-fresnieni.
J0NESl.r"ii.,i!,.tBAWUIE. tecretary and Treasurer.
(NiK-rramir lo Ptrai Snwrl",)
X A X L' FACT U II KltS OF THE "MAHXOMA KV1"
mm nuiHi ii
SS ftiid 10
M. J0NKS, JNO. K.
, HI'KED, 1. F. PBTKRS, 1E0. ARNOLD, w.
W.b. .old our eotlr.'k'u.to.M
for them a continue
ne of trade 10 kindly eitcnded to
T T:t TT
Pianos and Organs
IT LOWEST lMUCKJ FO IMMISOU TIWE-
Shpot Vwc. ami ooks. Now Pinwos for Rout
PHoPKitroK or tub
FRENCH GHEMIOAL WORKS
AND MANl t'ACTURKR OF ALL KINDS OF
FlaTorln. Eihaet.. ,ruW, B-klrnr Fovnlir,, Toilet Article., Etc., Ete.
OO Jefferion Sltfeot.
J.H. I. AT,
W. . IIOHTOM.
Lata of Meacham i Uorton.
LaUof J. 8. Day Son.
DAT, HOETON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
300-382 Front Street, Memphi,Tenn.
Pit ATT OIX CO.
Mannlartnrr'( Aienta for
Inn le I Pratt (olfeu Gins,
FEKDER3 AMD CONDENSERS.
NJIILKY, SMITH &
1'rnll tllpae Hurler 4.1b. Feed
er arad ln Bvamlrcra,
m tn 104 Poplar ttt., Memphis,
t'li i-nlor. All work atiHrantnMl.
M'KPIJ .S .
J. R. GODWIN,
J. W. K ALLS.
W. P. DIINAVANX,
R. J. ni.ACK.
U. K. C0KKIN,
A. W. M KWMUM.
St., Memphis, Tenn.
O. W. TOM LIN. WM, I1KNJK8.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St., Mruiujils.
Offer apcnlal Indncsmenti In 0ien Buaal
of our own iimk, at t&i Tr liuvaiei ol
our own make, at I1AI. All work war
ranted. Call beloreyou buy.
r Having disponed of our enlir atoek ol
Vehii'loa nd lb Mnnufaoturina Depart
ment to Mem". TOMLIN UKNJkd.wa
boapeak for them a oontinuanc of th
palronaa lona axienited to UI.
CA H It IAHK A HAHDWAHW (luMPANY.
& SAWRIE CO.
JoH't rwou Strl.
D. t. SAWRIB.
to the FETtBI n.r. . ....
j. W. HAII.RT.
LaU of Bailay CjTlnctofl
i n rt t