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Knights of Honor
Tbe loth Anniversary or the Enlghts
or Honor Will Be Celebrated at
Wednesday, June 30th.
Trraets of Adsmlaaloo, SOe.
ALL Sitter Lodiet outside the eity are
invited to be present. Several speaker
lrom abroad will aidreaa theUrder on that fts
tive occasion, prominent among which will be
Supreme Hepotter B. F Nelson, lrom bt.
Louis. Ihe city Lodges will unite in mak
inr thit one t-Mad ttala Day, and earn
estly expect all mera'-ers throughout the
eountr to com and participate with us.
The various Committee" below will attend to
the duties assigned tliein. wood order w II
be maintained throughout, and no improper
Characters will be admitted.
The programme, consisting of Music,
Dancing, etc., will be arranged and lullow
a;'r the speaking.
Exerwtlve 'ommHte P C Rogers,
M mpbis Lodge No. lw; L tiolari, Diamond
Lodge No. 513; F Zimmerraann, Uermania
Lodite No. Zk'J; W R Kendall, Chelsea Lodge
N. 2H0: D F Goodyear, Unity Lodse No.
17: A F Boll, Esperania Lodge No. 3105; J
Aldrioh, Fountain Lodge No. 2.
oininlllre on PrilleT Martin
hen. Chairman ; L bolari August Correll,
l aiaBlilM apalr.sraBd Eater,
talauienl. D floodyear, Chairman; B
K l'u! let). P C Rogers, Louis Goldsmith
PrlnlluK "otaiiiltle B K Pullen,
Chairman; J II Thompson, 8 11 Uibson, Ed
Order Committor. W D Cannon,
Chairman i W C Devil, W 0 Hedrick, 11 Hut
ten berg, Jas Clesry. ,
Mai omniltire. J L Eichberg, Chair
man; J D Atkins, Anton Isele, 11 Silver
mn, Louis Goldsmith. ......
l ommlllre oa Mnale -J B Aldrich,
Chairman; Louis Goldsmith,? Zimmer
"toinirilttee oa Park. N Bach, Chair
man ; H Silverman, C 11 Rudy
(ouimllire oa Trniortlon.
Barney Hughes. Chairman) J B Aldrich, L
P. C. ROGERS, Ch'n.
I.Ol'IS (JOLBSKITH. Xee'y.
DOll A large black Newfoundland bitch.
The 6nder will be reward. d by return
ing her to No. W ETchanre strppt.
A. address F. A., in strict confi
dence, No. 1 Broadway, New York.
THE IDEA That collars and cuffs eannot
be re-laundried to appear equal to new
work, bee Memihit Steam Laundry adver
tisement for particulars.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone WW. THOB, CUBBINH.
)IANO A fine pino, muit be fold
once. Call at 1IW Desoto street.
m rvnn will buy bait
aying aiu per cent, on capital.
Inquire of B
U. Barnes, no. iz jenerson st.
GR0CEEIE8, ETC. Having concluded
to quiet the grocery part of oar butinest
our entire ftnCK oi Groceries, Fixtures,
Drayt and Hulet art) for tale. Anyone wish
ing to go into the wholesale arooery business
Ann Amira a harffuln hv eallinr nn
No. 268 Front street.
GROCERY AND FIXTURKS-Small and
select stuck I good locality. If you mean
fcqtineit addresa CASH, Appeal office.
ROCK AWAY Brand new. and cheap.
Apply at B. W. (iARMSON.
corner Main and Madison streets.
ESK Handsome office cylinder desk and
XJ child'! crib and mattrens. Apnl
CM1ICKEN8 beven varieties yonng fancy
J ehickens, In pairs or trio. Also, eggs
for settiag. Greenwood Poultry Yard, city.
"NTO. 1 tfbuble surface matcher an I moulder
iN combined, with belts and everything in
ATCUER. Coldwater. Mi-s.
Xl EW COTTAGES And beautiful build
Xl ing lots, for sale on monthly pavmentt,
two blocks lrom street osre, near bute re
male College. Ar.piyto
T. A. LMB. 10 Mad'son street.
XJ 146 Front, cor. Kxchange.
10UNTRY NEW RPaPER Ad dress
H W. BAHBt.n. Asniana uity, lenn.
n?t)lf WILL IJUYa new business tor
troZUU the State of Tennessee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
cash profits at once: a monopoly tully pro
tected. Parties wishintr a good business ad
dress MANUFACTURER, this oftVe.
AT N It W PORT NEWS, V A. IUUU lou.ouu
u.-t water fro t. 4C feet deep. For full
Information address WM. A. DEAN
47 Lerineton street, Baltimore
AN KXPER1ENCKD COTTON MAN
rni...iiin. ttnnii KuroiMan norreanond-
noe. for a PARTNER; all Eastern and
Southern connee:ionf made; business fcaat
past season ten thousand hales; losation best
town in Mississippi. References required
ana glen. Address H. B. S.,
cre Jlermitage Club, NashvilleiiJenn
RELIABLE VARTY-With small capital,
to take charge of a good paying and well
esinbli'lied hminen. 2V Aonel office.
PO BUI A guoU paying UHUlk,Kt .
Anurous Appeal ouicp.
RELIABLE NURStS-For inlant. Ap
ply immediately at 2ti6 Third street.
corner dl uourt
J faTONa tlliiTKRb On building wore;
O will vay good wages to No 1 men ; none
othera treed apply. F. OLMGLEY,
4:i2 Main street.
ROOMS One or twe unlurnitbed ruoaus in
private family Address W ,, A p peal .
ROOM By gent, lt of July, furnished"
room, with or withoot board. Addresa
J., Appeal office.
"Li VERY BOD -To call and tee the oele
JJJ brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet, near Poplar.
LADIES Twenty-five ladies; profitable
employment at your homes. Jewel
Manufacturing Co., 250 ain st.
(CLASSES In embroidery and art needle
J work are now being formed under the
supervision of Mre. Samuel May. All the
i newest styles of decorative fancy work and
'material, fe tarn pin g and embt oidery to order
TPE ATHER8 bid and. new feathera.
Higheateash price paid a'
UABAY'S. m Shelby street.
TwFTSAVELIXG HARDWARE MEN
For Missis'iopi. Apply to
DES JARDINS, MILLER ROOTER.
MAN to take an oflioe and represent a
manufacturer; 50 per week; sajall
cap Ul required. Addresa, with stamp, Box
70 West Acton, hi it.
ALESMEN In every State in the !! Job
to represent a PAINT MaBUf Ai'iun-
IV (I RTAKI.ISHMK'NT having several
SraoULTiis thatar popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
with other gooda. Address TUB WM. B.
VRICF MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
YOU TO LOOK At tbe Memphis Steam
Laundry ad. ayrxl learn to keep in style.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That I have
made the greatest discovery of the a-
in filling teeth with gold. For the next
thirty data 1 will til teeth for tl 50.
A. WESSON. 243 Main ft. .
AGENTS coin money with our Amateur
Photo outfit, ni collecting family
pictures to enlarge, special 30-day offer.
EMPIRE COP1 IN CO.. 81 Canal St.. W.T.
LD GOLD A KILVhR For cash or ea
ch a n ge. Ml LTlKl). Jeweler, yMa'i
IG H ET cash prices paid for old and new
FKAlHaris ats Alain street.
CM i 1A( I SaUaTlO AUK
OlUUU dresf at once, DR.
ELECTRTG GOODS. 43 Broadw
York. The only gen Bine.
I ADT AGENTS Fer Mrs. Campbell't
XJ Ser " Tiller "a Tl'tr, Bustle, jioop-
.klr, .nH f Tnrferkirt Aoaobined
be remard and skirt laundrted
ble to aa raise. e
fathionaois. and sella
tor f;-to every well-dresred ldyas aoon aa
shown. Agents double their moaay. AIo,
a ml! line of sew tarnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. 11.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 4S4 West Randolph
atreet, Cbicgo, in
AGENTS In every section of the country
fer two New Books, just ready. 6rn iH
TiBBito men of experience capable of fill
ing a lar;e territory. State eiirienee. age
and territory wanted. CASSELL k CO.
I limited), 822 Broadway, X. 1., and 40 Dear -10m
LADY'S HAND-BAG Owner can have It
by calHng at lrip Adams strett.
ANEW PROCESS For making old col
lars and euffd look new. t-ee advertise
ment r.f Mcmfhif Stpmn l.anndr..
STRAVI'D OR STOLEN.
HORSE One brown or dark bay horte,
about 15 hands high, 8 years oldv He
turn to Kr. T. L. Bauguss, Third and w alker
etrtot;. Fort Pifliprinr and -fwrdri.
ILES From my
Warfield place, on
IT J. Castella avenue,
three miles eaat of
Memphis, two gray (nearly white) mare
mules, meiiura sise, and in good order.
Any one returning them to me, at 3l0beoond
atreet, will be suitably rewardod.
Jne , U. K MY'R".
BAY MARE MliLK From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
about eight years old, fifteen bands high;
mane recently trimmed. Bring to F. A.
Jones A Cn.'a ntuKle and he rewarded.
BOX On Hernando road, small box, con
taining pur e, jewelry and other articles.
Can be identified by name on jewelry and
notes. F.nder will be generously rewarded
by returning to
MISS LEE ELLI3. H5Madiion St.
GOLD RING One plain gold ring. In
alley between M Madison street and the
Clarendon Hotel. Finder will return to
Mrs. Willis. Uantt & Patterson's office, and
be liberally rewarded.
PENCIL Gnll and pearl pencil. Finder
will be rewarded by returning to 145
ROOMS AM) HOARD.
Jj board for - single gentlemen, Shelby.
ROOMS AND BOARD
At 49 Market street.
and i.oard at
BOARD Desirable rooms
72 M idison street.
ROOMS-One large front room with bal
cony and one lane back room with
larg" dressing-rcom, and it hers as good at
can be lound in the city.
QT. JAMES UOUSE-Cor. Second and Ad
O amtsts. Room and board 15 per week.
Day board H per week.
ROOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at 119 Court street.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STREET.
5 NICE Rooms, furnishod or unfurnished,
with or without board, at Madison St.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at bit Madison street, cor
f Y RESIDENCE I'f Vance street, from
iL the 1st o' Sentnmher. Arplyto
DR. OVhKALL. SSI Main st.
FURNISHED ROOMS-U Main atreet,
one square north of Courthouse.
2S2 POPLAR ST.
HOUSE-75 Adams street, corner Third,
from Ju'V 1st: eighteen rooms.
JtHl. W. Ct rtrtiw, iv .viiiuison st.
OOMS A suit of rooms in Masonic Tem
ple. Apply to BUS . fWUK.
TTOUSES 318 Poplar street and 16 Ala-
XX bama street. Inquire ot
JCHN hEEP. 320 Poplar st.
Furnished, tingle or en suite, at
XV 13s Madison St.
HOUSE S92 Couit street extended. Ev
erythin in good repair. Apply to
. a. joii.pi'jji . zri Decopq st.
O0TTAGE With seven rooms, near street
eir line, at t per month. Apply to
11. F. PI X. 297 Bc-ond St.
fcT0REI10U6E-No. 9 Union street, with
new cotton-room, tOx 15 feet.
E. E. MEACHAM.
J Third streets. E. E
of Union and
RESIDENCE Ftr three or s' rnonthf,
my residence in the city of Fort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the most desirable
part of tbe city Good well of water and
hydrant in the yard; house furnished with
gas; near atreet-car line; every convenience
of a home. Address
R. D. SEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark.
HOUSE A new double-tenement house, 4
rooms on each side; nicely finished;
large yard; in fact, all conveniences, on
Ross avenue, flood cistern. Apply to Mrs.
K. Quinlnn. V Mnnn-as rt.
Young & Brother,
Rooksellers and Stationers,
3 IS Maim St., .V5cui,Lii,Tenn
Lacroix's Mineral Colors,
TUBE l'AKfS CASTAS, Etc.
rommeaerment yiercUfs of Their
L st Mo; day n'uht tbe Ktiightsof
Innisfa'l Hall was crowded witli the
frit-nda and patr.irs of the above men
tioned scaoal. Tdu sizaeftbe bail
made it impnsriole io ftcoiumndntaail
who came. The commeDCBinent exer
ciaea were tip to the u ual B'aadard of
the scboo', and from the opeoicg
timed till ti the tried close there aa
not a hitch in the prog-amme. The
njcitationi wet dslivorBd in a clear
Vuice, with appropriate gesture and
otber graafgof delivery. The matter
wasveiy interettina and gave great
fatirfif ticn. Tbe music, alwavg splen
d;d, (eenr-d this ytar to excU Great
credit '8 ane l) tus gooi t-rsaime cra
ters, who have brouaht tir pnpils to
thair nr.-sent sute ol profioieucy. The
1. Deutsche Anrede, Little A. Axtmann,
2. Touriits' March Due Misses i. Eagan
and M. Bastner.
3. Snluuu.rT Greotinr. Mias M. Meckel.
4. WsteomeS-ing, Full Chorus.
5. Fisher's Hornpipe Duo Misses II.
.L.hn.nn firwl f. LkVrh.
6. Hie Zwei Waieen German SongMisses
C Meter and L. i. itterle.
7. X'jo Titles of Our Lady-Declamation
Miss M. Barry.
8. Chickad.edee-Mg Small Boys.
V. Maid of Beauty Wlti-Duo Missef M
K.la..n .ml A Hniikina.
10 .A I..Mlnn. PirkJ Urimi MisSeS J.
Eagan, U. Cunningham, J. Bender,
II. Crowley, Maggie VVglker, M. Went
lL'The Great Hen Convention Comic Son
for Boys Full Cboruf.
12. Grandma's Birthday Operetta Two
large and a number of small enrii.
IS. The Precocious Speller llogue-Maf-
tera J. Rit'er and W. Meckel,
li. The Happy Caildren Band-BengSmall
IS. Orange Blo'Soors Walta-Duo Mitse B.
Crowley and M. W aller.
IS. Tbe Prettiest 8ong of All-Dance an
Song -Misses C. Herbert, A. Larkin
and M. Schllli-. , ,
D. Die Haarfrifur Declamation In German
Miss L. Ketterle.
18. How Sweet the Song of Summer Birds
Song Several young ladies.
lu-Tbe Photograph-Drama-Majter" W.
Kapp, K.Schnla. J. Ritter, J Mettler,
C. Aoh.lly, W. Sch Uing, E. Schraber,
J. Kastner. A. Lull, I. Jaoobi. J.
21. Warbliogs at Er Duo Misses T. Walsh
and M. Luerke.
B. Somebody'e Mowher Declamation Mug
2X The Seoret CanUta Several large and
a number of mall girls. ...
34. The BchoolGirl'e Trials-Song-Musi..
25. The Storm Duo Wist L. Kitterle and
11. Johntoe. ,. , ,
26. Ave Mayia Ein D-utsches Gedicht in
welchem ein Spanier weacn Lardesver
rata turn IMle varurtbeilt wurde und
durchden Scbutr Kariens von dewsel
ten errettet wird Mis M. Gautel.
27. Tbe Deotist Drama Mastert J. Reilly.
W. Best, A. Luti. T. Jacobi, P. Reilly
and T. Larkin.
W. Ak-chieddcr Schwalaen-German aunt
rjc.'eral young Indies.
29. Valedictory, Miss E. Lipnold.
31. Purt ng song, full chorai.
31. Distribution of prixes.
At tUecVsio' th exemifea th?
mr8t handsome rirea were awarded to
each tod evfrynreof the pnpils, aa
tbe" baH jua'ly deserved them.
Tbe L'oati'ice Si4tera tender thir
iincere tbtnkg to P.of. Saxliy and to
all other wbo have kindly oO'ered
t .eir tei Vices at the hall.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2:?, 188(5.
THE ITALIAN PICNIC
SCORES ABHJ SUCCESS AT ESTI
Uorg-pons Street Parade in Im
mense Crowd Addresses by Sev
eral Prominent Citizens.
Tbe focialy (U Unione e Fra'ellaoza
Ital ana had its annual parade and
picnic yesterday afternoon and last
night. The affair was, a) natia!, a
grand aucc. The weather was de
light'ul, and ths throng a"er nightfall
was imii'f nse. Tfca1 indefinable some
thing which always gA-es a peculiar
charm to the picnics of the society
permeated tbe air, and there was nut
one on the ground who did not appear
to be having a g od time. Even the
candidat9e and they were all there
teemed it be really, ta'her iban felic
The pro . ssion foimed at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon.
THE LINE Or MARCH
was from the corner of Second and
Adarus up Second to P plar, thence to
Main, Main to Bea'e, Beale to Second,
Second to ciruer of Ma lison, thence
to tbe park.
Mouotrd jo'u e rode first, followed
by Arnold's band of six een piecae.
Then came a carriage contamli.g the
cfliceis of the society: A. Vaouarq,
treasurer; John Lorenui, vice-pri-dent
; 8. Martenoger, aectetary j J. D.
Montedonico, Ita ian coosul
Tiie next Wiis a float seventeen feet
high and eigbtei n feet long, drawn by
six horses, ea'.h led by a gioom. Mite
Victoria Kaggio, the Queen, reds in
the lofty seat. She was drafted in
whit) lane with a silken sash of green,
white ard ted silk. The Quetn was
surrounded by her two maids, Mieses
Esther Caoale and Mam;e Paw, a so
four pigw, Masters Louis Vaccato,
Andrew Canale, Tcuy Kgio and
Tony Kabela. In fron' sat Mr. K. J.
Badicelli, the chairman of the Com
mittee of Arrangement". The coa s
of a'ms t f eight of tbe princ'ptt cit.ts
of I aly were among the decorati'ius.
Ia the reir waa a life sized piotu e of
In ech corner was a haDd om9 ban
ner. Tne inscription. wie: "Co
nimbus. Ottiber 12, 1402;" "Rome,
1S70;" "Organized, 1370;" "Unitiug of
Italy, June 6th."
The third carriage carried a banner
(riving tbe name and dae of estab
lishment of tbe eocitty on one fide
and represeriUtioa ot the landing of
Columbus on tbe other.
Tne fourth carriage displayed tbe
Italian flag and in it were seatad sev
eral members of the eocie y.
The filth contained members of the
society. It wai decorated with the
s:ard and stripes.
A number of car i apes followed with
town persona and after them chil
ten. The procession arrived at the park
at 3 o'c ock, when tbe Queen delivered
an add rest which waa aa folio wj:
tbc queen's addkkss.
My Most Royal Subjects In
(hacking you one and all for the honor
conferred upon me, my fir.-t cllical
act sba'l be to welcome you most
heartily to thip, our annual meiry
making. Wea ehtreto enjoy our
selves, to lay a ide our daily Winess
and to give full awy to the enjoy
ment of nature's owu g andtur. Lit
us do this joyous'y and p'easantly,
and make the day one long to Le re
membered. Ytu will lind your
Q'leen a most gracious one, eauer and
ani ous that all may have a pbaaant
time. We voting people are expfc'ed
to make glad the heart! of ilia older
onfs, and they in turn niny rfnew
their vcu'h on this festive dy. "May
joy bs uncontined," and whn we have
finished may tne oniy dose 01 tegrei
be that it is over. Aga n I ttrnnk
von. and apsuTe vou rf our hearty
welcome with the bejt of vi jlies for al'.-
0h, what Is to raro at a day in June I
lhen tf aviir enine nerfect davsi
Tbea the heaven tries thee.rth if It be in
And n'er It loltlv her warm air lays.
Whether we look or wcether we listen,
11' m h... t.fm murmur nr see ttirliatn.
W e may shut our eyes but we cannot neip
That skies are clear and crass it growing.
Joy comet, griel goes,
we know not now.
Everything it happy now.
Tt i. .at, m.w for th heart to ha true
At the grass to be green or the ekiua to be
ADDRIH. OF WBI.C0H&
The Itaian Consul, Mr. Monte,
don co, afor welcoming the gneat,
gave a brief teview of the most im
portant points in Italian tvstory, call
ing attention t the fact that the
Wes'ern world derived itt civilixi
tion frota Italy, goin cn to show that
the flrat great achievements ia art
cime from that eunnv clime, leaving
out the ancients. The first gTtat
statesman cf the revival waa Michae
velli, and the first g'e t p liloenphic
hi:ttTian was Kico, an I'alian. tiali
leo waa aiS) re -erred tiiu glowing
terms by tbe speaker. Banks and
newspapers were first rsrabllshed
in Italy, and it was there toat tiose
impo'tant aids to (cience, the th-r-mometsr
nnd bar jmeier, bad been in
vented. It was also the prido of every
Italian to know that tbe fires of lun
ao had been rekindle) in the I aly of
today, and that from a mce geograph
ical exp-e?8ioa in 180!) it bad taken a
leading place among the nations of
the world, aod thatltilian uDity and
indepfndence restid upon fourgrat
pillats, namely: Cavoar, ictr
Emanuel, Maezini and Garibaldi; tbat
she today a'ands united, a nation oi
nearly 30,000,000 of people.
Toe speaker wound uo wi'h the pe
roration of an Irish patriot "Italy,
at whose t jmhs tbepieta cf the Chris
tiai world bave kuelt and received
their inp'ta ion; Italy, amid the
ruins of kos3 firnm tna or Am oi
tbe world bave learned to away the
souls of men, and guide them like tbe
course of the sun through a 1 climes,
changing da kneae into Unlit and giv
ing ten to the cildtat frame ; Italy,
from whesa sky tbe sculptor draws
down the fire that quickens tbe mar
ble into life, and bids it take tboM
wondrou iorma that aball change
only when stars turn into drops of
blcod antl fall to earth; Italy, tbe
beantifnl, tbe gifted, stands a tain
among the nat o- of tbe world. I09m
for centuries amida. the dost of heroes
watting tilent y away, she ha ata'ted
from ntr sworn f r the vestal firta
could not be extinguUbe"
jcdoi hamkond's addb&ss.
Judge Hammond, wbo made the
oration, comm nctd by a humorous
allusion to K'ilev and Gj. Hoidley
in their effnti to apeak on Italian
jo'itics and assumed thai, the Ital
iiin knowing mors of that subject
than be, would note tre to her h'm
lid then spoke of the hopeless con
dition cf the Italic races for lmre than
a thousand jeare afttr tbe decv of
the tncient empire, of tbe birth of ih-
national Boir!t,the acbinvement of na
tional utility, the esUbliehment of a
Cict tu'ional and Parliamtntary form
bf givernmont and of tbe recent ex
tenion of saff tge in Italy. He then
took as a text an extract lrom M. Henry
Tainea's "I'a'y," in whihthe ctitlc
exprersed the opinion thst by the iu
troiucioacf machinery among men
they had been reliev-d of t'.o
drudgery of beaets of borlen and ele
vated to thinking cii-n. capable o!
sell government, and that iLia w.s the
basis of the hope that oar mlintioi
would endure and not nu ii away a
those tbat bad pe'i-hed in othtr aires.
With this text Judge Hammond d:B
cussel th reiati n uf ia'es to p ditirs
and political partirs, and specially cf
the foreigner who comes ti Ametica
and by naturalize ion acqu'res Ihe
right to vote. l"rawmg bii illustrations
from foreign politics, he denounced the
folly of tace rr.judifv in politic!
everywhere. He called attention
to one lact mat at una
very moment the meat n dab'e
political itrogtfje of our time was
going on in Ejgland where there waa
ob-.erved a revival of tare and religl
oui prjndicos that in aii-a long pist
and titms leas remote have been a
dit honor to our civiiiiatioo, and that
in that tonll ct tne only fowible hope
for the Irish race to seenro ita
lightfiil autonomy was in the
tropect tna'. tne ein tccipater
intllec'a of hnitlish free men
would triumph over tbe e preiul'cea
and vote against tbem. And wry
hoald not the Ir.ah clt.carl tli-tr
race prejudices when they come to
Vote in a tree cou-trr, aa they esk
the Eiglish to tlo? He naid the
ltilians in Itvy did not belong t
one political party, and thera was
no ri-aaoT wiiv liny nnouia wtirii
they tranffr-rtud ttcir retidence
to Aniencu Ttiere is no morj poten-
tinl force in the bancs of the dema-
gogue than appeals to l.we ot race, and
there is no more sun sign of a man's
et slavemert to Ms prejudices ami Ihe
abandonment cf bis intellect ti the
subserving of o'hers than ween you
tee him gjing with the branded bird
and being rourded up at the polls by
the "ciw-bovs oi pontic? to von ac
cording to his p.ulicttlBr companion
ship of race orottier especial condition
cf a a ciu'ion in eocia! life, bo it wlmt
it may. lc is a denioiiBlintion of his
nnlitcesi for the trust, he his intellect
lar,te cr small, and hut for the fact that
power s ) exerted ws ncutral zed in
the great 1 r)(e3"i cf flu ling the nve'iige
of intelligence of tke vl,o!e cn tit u
enry as tne governing force of public
opinion oir tiviiiza'.ion wcnlj pprish
as tbe ro t had done, by stuh an abdi
cation of hi civil pow.r by the lolf
thinking citizen, on whon lndivhiu il
independence of political action that
eiviiiza no depends for whatever s'av-
ing qua it.fa n may nave. tneciFsa
of moo who do tin ir owu think
ing and a t by their own intilli
yeucc in catng the ballot hild
Ihe balance cf povit'r, no-, because
tliey think alike and net together, fnr
they do not. Unt they align pcsi iona
accordinit lo the'r conviction of
thoughtfulnes', and by dieer force of
lnteliigetue overrule, in tbe average
renil', the behest ot ignorance and
prejudice cents front what source it
may, ot race or oilier associate conoi-
ti ins of our f clnol lite. He and brutal
eli'c oral majo i'.its were like other
forms of brutality in their opvat'oa
vxioi'B. lie said every tunning man
who desires to save our clvihza'.ion In
its re'ation to governmental af
fairs s'lou'd, in every place where
he is accouutable ts a ritl-
zeo, ass et lun sait hi oecomca a ireo
man, emancipat U irttntiie onioning
of btatsof burden to which hisaucea
tors in civi'izat'on were subjfetor, and
d-termine hie conduct by the pause
of bis vwn ititsllictuality and riot
that of hia political 'boei." Tlii
imlfpendence did not mean tion
alliliation with political parties
or " kicking " a-, nominations,
but it did mean tbe manful
and sturdy aubonluiHt'oi of the prin
ciple of nar y alleginncj to thnt tb-
toived 1'ibeity of action which, d,:es
pot henttite, in the lotsrei-t ,f god
gofernmon, to cat its bal'-jt accord
lug to the vot?!1 will, in dfianco to
every appeit to rsci dr tjther condi
tion. f aeivitudev' to prejtt
dx'fl efOWiag out . . romnir.icn
ship ota v kind. Tniakind of inde
pendence Lrcs ,ol;t!cal managers ti
abacdin the r.iliry of piebald ticket
to lepteaent U mcei ana BSKonistions
inpr'corti .ia to their piliticsl strength
or inlluB'jca. Hi ridtcnlwl the notiou
of mak;ii(jticke-hc)mpoied of ''recogni
tion" d atributed amoDg races and
tol'ra, and cmditions nl soc'otiee,
ar,d said the thinking1 and intelligent
t.'itii'n who had uo ax to g'ind would
do all he coulu to stamp out such a
tyiit mcf politics in national or lo?al
affairs, and would uee his ballot to
THE LA CE UK. ARTHUR TAYLOU.
Ilorlal or HI Kemrtln at El in wood
All tbat was mo tal of tbe late Dr.
Arthur Taylor wa laid to rf at in Elm
wood Cemetery yes'.erday ia the
pretenc" ot many friendi and tela
lives. For more than a quarter of a
cantuty he was among the foremost
of tli e praiticing physicians of Mem
ptiir,enjoyingalo a n-putation for good
das UfcOst-ntaMoui y performed.
He nevrr turned deaf ear to tbe
cry of the dist'es.ed, and whatever
hia disappointments in life might
have been, wai always joyous of
mi(il to hia household and tli" cold
and selfish world ou'side. Dr Taylor
was tbe ohles: ot a .family the mem
bers of which, however idiosyncratic,
have been notable in tha professions
of their choi e. Hia father, long held
in the highest eHenm aa am ng
toe be-t physic ana of Nor.h
Carolina aa well ai North Mifsnsippi
and Vt Tennesee, w a roan of
mark aa tva his grndf ither, Chief
Justice Henderson, of North Carolina.
Dr. Arthur, ps he was called by h i
patients and his fii-nds, wna a witty,
genial, uood-natnred man, full of the
m lk of human kindness, who fullilUd
in hia profrasion all the
demands ot a growing commu
nity, and was very eucjeasful aa
a general prac itioner, hia prac'ice f r
many years being among tbe mott
lucrative in the city. He waa a favor
ite with everybody and when, after
the death of his beloved wife and
daughter, he determined upon remov
ing to Hot Springs thera waa a general
expreasioa of regret bvthe people and
the profession, and effort were made
ti prevent bim leaving. But ha waa
fixed in hia plans,and tbongh he fiuud
tbe he'd well occupied be soon
made fur himelf at the famous springs
a re natation equal to that be left be
hind him in Memphis, and became
ths friend of everyone in the phce.
But bis labors have ended. lie ba
jo ned the innumerable tl.rong, and
hia works do follow him to attest a
lifri lu'l of noble deeds, a record of
aelMeuial where bis ilaiivfs were
concerned, o' a gonerona helping hand,
and cf a phiUntbrophy that nevar
wearied of well doing.
T. M. K. Thlcott, vice-president and
seneral manager of the Mobile and
t)hin. announce that cn ard af'er
Jnlv. 188K. the Moi'ila and Oh o, io
coinpctinn ith the St. l.inia and
Cairo, will be opvrated jntwodivii-
R01FF REDEEMS MD1SELF
UY P!TCHIX AX EXOtLLENT
Mcmphiii Win by a Score of 6 to 4
Ion way rounded Untuercl
Atlanka., Oa., June 22. Today's
game close s the aerifs between At
lanta and MemphK with Atlanta hav
ii g won two aad Memphis one. To
day's game wa a very interesting ODe
aad waa cloa-ly coutested. tireat in
terest centers in the Athiuti-Naabville
serifs, which begin to morrow. 'ol
ljwing ia official score of to-day's g.tme:
ATLANTA. B. B.H. P.O. A. .
Cline, s. a 110 10
Puicell, 1. f 2 110 0
Lyon, 3d b 0 0 15 0
Lynch, 1st b 0 0 7 0 0
Strieker, 21 b 116 3 0
tt. Shatter, o. f 0 0 3 0 1
MatUH-8,c 0 0 6 1 0
W Illinois, r. t 0 3 0 0 0
Conway, p 0 0 0 1 0
Total - 4 0 24 11 1
MEMPHIS. R. B H. P.O. A. at.
Eirle, c. t 112 0 0
Kneed, r. f 13 0 10
McSorley, 3d b.... 1 2 2 0 1
Brought, c 1 3 14 3 0
Ardrews, 1st b.... 110 0 0
Hhea, I. f 0 2 0 0 0
Fustellbach, a. s .. 0 1 0 3 0
Hhelan, 2d b 0 0 0 0 1
KnouU.p 110 4 1
Total 0 14 27 10 O
HOORC UY INNINOS.
Atlanta 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-4
Memphia 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 -tl
Hnmmary Earned rune Atlanta,
1 ; Memphis, 4. Two-bane lilt Sneod,
I. Three-base hit Strieker, 1; Mc
Sorley, 1. Biaea stolen--O'ine, 5;
Purctll, 2; Lyors, 1; Williams, 1;
Earle, 1; Kneed, 1 J Mot-o'le, 1.
Mruckont Hy Conway, tlj by Kiumtr,
II. liases on balls By KnoulT, 2.
Ltft. nn baswi Atlanta, 0; Memphis,
5. Double phiy.i Lyons, 1 ; S ricker,
1; Lynch, 1, "Paasad ba Is Mnppcs,
lj Brottghton, 1. Wild pilcnes
Kn'UiT, 1. Tims of game, 2 hours.
Anotkrr Urrnt Uant Bt Detroit.
Dbtboit, Mich,. June 22--Auother
larga crowd taw tlie Chicago JowlcJ
today in a c'o e aod exciting contest.
Flynn worked hard and we'l, but Get
rivn worked better, and the suprott of
the latter was much superior to t:,at of
hia opponen. A hit, a base on bal's,
a parsed ball and a wild pitch allowed
Detroit two runs at the start. Two
mora r'salted in the fifth from two
hits and Pft tier's wild throw to first.
In the eighth (ianzr.ll hit for three
bases and too red on McCieechy'a long
sacilflce hit. A double, a (ingle and a
wild pitch give Chicago two in the
sth. In tbe seventh a bate on balle,
a steal and aaild pitch yielded one
more. Their other tin catne in Hit
la t Inning: frtm a bit and erroia by
Crane aid Ilrouthers. The interest
a kept up to the close. A nutn e
of times two aud three men were 'jn
bases, but close play prevented n ing
Ilan'on, Kichirdsin and Brnn'His
captured the iielding linnors f Jt ij8.
troit, andAnsiu and William aon lor
Chicago. At:inlsnc?, 7000, sCOro
Detroit 2 002 fl o 1 0 -5
Chicago 0 0 0 2 0 10 1-1
Bavnaiiith uiivn l 4Hn lo fori rill
IsraoiitTO TH( ArriiL.t
Savanvah, J ime 22. The gamo
this afts moon resulted in the defeat of
SiivtuinDli, ryn0 jilayod in bad luck.
The umpiring was remarkah'y I -r,
and thera. was ceneral ta'isfaction. S'
vannava g-c to Charleston toniuht,
and iooes to have butter luck. The el
fr'.Boftho Managra' Association to
rcifo ad.iitionul subscriptions iiavo
net wiih succbs.
Savannah ...1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Charleston.. 1 0 0 1 0 4 1 1 -8
Vhatlanonan'a Third NnrreaatvB Vic
tory over Aitauia.
largoiaL to tbi arriaL.I
rtuATTANoociA. Tknn.. June 22
Th Cha'.tacooira a won their third
c -.ntocutive game from Nashville this
evening by a scoro of 2 to 1. It was a
hriliiant contest throocliout, the chief
feature being th" brilliant double plays
bythelocas. Hart never pircneu a
fliwr same and wrs maiiiiincen iv
tuipportrd by Tug Arundle, who
caught hia Dim h straight game. Hart
had all the Nashville sluyutTS at his
mercy excpt Uoldshy, who made
three of thnir scattering five hits.
Base hita -Chattnooga, 8. Errors
Ch itt inooga, 1; Nahvill3.
Jlaron Wlas lltlrd Place.
HrlOIAL TO THI ArPIAL.I
Macom, Oa , June 22. Near OCO
neoole aaw Macon defeat AtiKust
thla aftirnnnn In a cloie cnine. 4 to 'A,
The via tors put their battery, II il-
arhfirandlSutcliire.no lor t&e second
time, tbe locals putting in their prny
ha'ierv.CIiaratie-lain and lAnteis. au
gus aa hit the ball hard hut Mattering,
whi e Macon otnrneu lour hub io
the seventh inning, scoring three rnn
and one in fourtn inning, Angtm
ecoring in first and nintti Inning
Game c'o and well played hut with
out interest. Holather wai flaod J25
for kicking by Brennan.
Ntainllnr of Ihr S'lnha.
? 4 3
2t)' 19 .577
2(i 20 .515
24 HI ,fm
23 24 .4H9
19 21 .422
19 29 .395
Naahvilla at Atlanta,
r'avaonah at Charleston.
Mar on at Auzns'a.
Ft. Locis, 6; Kansis City, 2.
Bib Blai k lef', lat night for Chat
tinooga to rejoin the Browns.
Naw York, Juoe 22. The Metto-politan-Bultimorn
game wai postponed
on account of lain.
Philadelphia, Pa., Jone 22 Rain
cawed a postponement of tha Ath
letic Brooklyn game to-day.
Ball plavers in Pitteburg are talking
about the s'mart young catcher of an
ainat-urclub, who was remarkable for
ra'ching many ba'smen not on foul
t'i ov.n when the bat didn't seem
to et'iae within thre or f air inchesof
th ball. An inws'igatioa revealed
that the cat her hid a gum band at
.irhod io his nlove. and when ha do-
B'rei to f ml out a man he would raire
the band with one fiogsr. and when
the bll jawd under the hat te'eafo
it Tie hard wimhl Brap arainst the
Kl '.e, and all witbirj brarirg would
live' a eupiosed I jut iy.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
OFFICE Room 1 (nen) Cotton Exchange Itulldlng. Telephone 9J.
North Brtltl utl
..n,ll l..rlvl Bt.t.lHMI.IHHI
Bnlrlinlxnit Krw Tark 1. 114. JIHX
.'atoaor I'alirortilM I,1M.I
Aitirrlraa Htsrctr t ompnaiy,
All etaatet of property iniurel. !iecliil Attention given to insuring Country Stores.
Mill' M tllll h gHIIKIR.
riSlIINU TUB W0KK.
THE DETAIL or TH HOIK AT
Mhlpplna i'otlle-The Mobile Bad
blo-Nrrrel of Wlltiilrowal
The ArriAL announced eime days
ago the beginning of work at Bir
mingham ou the Kansas City, Mom
phis and Birmingham road. The l!ir
minghHin Age gives thafoliotring aldi
tional details: Yesterday iiioruing at
7:30 o'clock Mr.H.L. Davin.the cont'ic
tor,and;efty linndstsieinbled at the cir
ner of Nti.th avenuo and Nineteenth
street to begin the work of grading the
Memphis and Birmingham railroad,
which is an extninn of the KanHss
City, Fort Hccv.t and Gu f road. At
precisely 7:30 o'clock Mr. IUvis
threw " the first shovelful! oi
enrth into Nineteenth ttr.et, and five
minutfs later the entira force of fifty
men wa9 busily at vtoik.
Meests. Dunavant iV: Kelly, of Mem
phis, one of the richei-.t firms of co i
tractaisin the8jiitb, bave the con
trail for giading the road from this
city to the Warrior river, a litanca
of lorty tiiilef, and they ate subletting
their tontract in two and thro mile
c out i acts.
Mr. ts. L. Davis, a (irominent young
cmtrac'or of MempliiH, has the that
four mihs, Gih-oa t Copelanil the
next three and Mr. Hartuett, of Mem
tihis, two mile, which is as far as the
line is lo a od.
Thete are aix eng'tieeriiig parlies in
the Arid and the roid will bo Iwated
as faatrH poJ'l'de,
Th gra licg aud truck ly;ng of th's
road will be done fas er than of aiy
toad ever birlt in Ihe Hotith.
One hundred and fifty hamla will
arrive from Memphis Monday, ind 300
more befoie July ltt.
Birmingham tall' be the base of sup-
a- thta aula nt Tupelo,
Mis., aud the track ng will be J
kept light up with the gra Dir.
A temporary dppjt will be built at
thecoruer of Nmele nth atreet and
Ninth avenue, and track laying will
coiPMoripe by the 1st of Auguit, and a
Cf 4iruction and attpp y train placed
upon this cod ot the road at once.
1 his city whi be the headquarters
.if tha nnn, ti t ,ra. and the ermineer
enrr and the general ofllcf 3 and iLopa
of tne road w.ll ba locateti Here.
The contractors are pay'ng tncir
men hotter pticesthan is usually pa d,
and thev want aa many men aa can
work to advuntige, lor tne won w
be miHliHd with all praa-blo speed.
Tiih cenn cf Mr. Davie is locate.! in
Were's grova, near the Pratt Mines
road, und the taiolve or fifteen nw
ten's that have ueen piicrieu umier
the treeB make the grove look la
though a small aimy was camped
Il Is rumored tha', the Memphis and
Birniinuham company will buy the
Muniihi", Birmingham and AtHiitic,
which wih ha,t.in the compltt oa of a
lino cf railroad Ir.im Ill's city to Me-n-phi.lmt
in Case they do no', make tin
purcluBB, tlicr will build a new nad
over Ihe entire di italics as fust ni pov
t'bere v. ill be some very heavy work
thit fi e ol Wnriiur rivtr, htr, it is
thought Ihe en ire road can be lin
iihed and in operation in fifteen
llrnvrr, Mriuphla aad Allanllc.
Cot Htruction on the Dnvcr, Mem
phis and Atlantic railway is pri grtHs
Inii rapidly. Twenty-five milfa of
grading ira completed in Labo'tu
con ly f 'Oin Chetopa weat lo the line
of Moutgotmry county, near Coffey
villo, end fourteen miles cf trark had
been laid In l-altte county up
to June 12th, and forces are at work
iiradinK in Montgomery a?d Chan
tatuina counties, 'three loca'ing par
tirs of engineers are In tLa liidtl, ami
now grading contrActs are being let as
fa t aa location is undo and right of
way acinird An ollice has been
c puitd, and a force i being organir.id
to lay track in both directi ma from
Conway Springs, In Sumner county,
on the six'V-one mi'es of grade which
wan male last vear betwfen the Ar-
karjais rivtr crossing, in fsnmnor
county, and the city of Kmg
mau. Material has been arriving at
Conway for ten da) a prat, and track
laying will commence there varysion.
KrirlirB and denot tracks are let over a
considerable p irtion of the line. Tha
romtianv exoecta to lay from 200 to
2t0tnileBol trick during 18W1, and to
that end is ming every exertion.
Hhrlttrld and Blrmlaibaat.
The cons-ilidation of this road with
the Ohio Valley road will leave the
gan only 150 miles between C arks
ville and Hhfilie'd to be built, creating
aompfting lint pinet a ing, aa cm
ceded by capi'a'.sti, the richest coal
anJ iron fields in America.
T reel In Work Boas.
v H. Aid. irit Ir a contractor forthe
Chwapeake and Naehvllle railmad, ia
In Gallatin toilay, Dauing irom dcuiib
villa. He claims all the trestle work
from Coa's'own to fScottiville, Ky ,
will ba flnlahed within thirty nays.
Tbe Mieffleld Koad.
The directcrj of the Sheffield Land
rVimnanv have cloaed a contract with
E. tualey, eiioja ana moir nooui:ini.
to complete tne uirrningnam auu ener
AhIiI railroad, and to ertct at once an
othvr 100-ton iron fumare at 8he(held.
TtAawillo th latet t-jwn reached by
tbe P&a Antonio and Aranra Pasa
railway, ia now in telegraphic com-
roxnWtinn with the outs'tle worm.
aometbing it has been debarred of for
lift, vs-ar. The toai ia now ome
.tiatnnm hlow Beeville. only twenty
milee frm tidewater, anl building
Brawn lor Withdrawal.
In his mtice or withdrawal from
il, n .ninria'nl railways of Kentucky,
Tunnnmis and Alabama, l're'ident
Bond, of ih Cincinnati, New Orlertns
and Trxas Pacific Company, ra:fei the
,,atir.n r.f the ricrit ol a railway ti
include bridges at tartiiinal and bH:i)g
niinta in it milefgn in adopting
schedules of freight tolls and passen
larhevtlle vVortanl I P.
Clarksville is conslderihly worked
n ..n th I. A. and T. oueftion, the
i,..o ui iauna nn. and there is rsjic
ing t vir the action of Hopkicevilie in
:qeillKll er Snahvlll" 197, i
Kuoavlll of Knoavllle.. 1.0S,t
riioenlB of Itrookljrst (Ma
rioe liapartiucnt) 4,10,aS
eistkina BobiiIb ot "or'tyahlp.
voting a tax of tr.MM by G13 to 11 for
a competing lint). Tliey argue that
this iiiBiiri'i Clurkuville an outlet by
rail rigardletii of how the stiugie for
the po stMeion of the 1. A. and T. ter
mitiHtjc thlilaa; 'aliltt.
Tne Kast Tent.eaaie, Virginia anil
Georgia and Norfjlk.and Western
ia Ir iada are airicipatina a tremend
ous fthiprut nt of cuttle northward over
thtir lines this tunmiorand f-iil. Tney
a'so report a groj shipment o( co ton
for this t;nn ot the yiar.
l.ouUtllle and anaahvllle.
Ti e A'diVudy .lye fiivs: The Lotiis
v l e aud Namvitl railroad takes the
palm in rcgnd o hiexleut of milt rte
channel lioni live fret to the new
outheru tt in !ard gaiitte in on a day.
Thola-gn mllcagj of lTi'13 tnilei miiin
linet nn J 213 uiil- H of side trntk,
making a tital ol l.SOti mile,
were charged, on the 30th; be
eiue wh ch 312 miles of branch
lines and eiitron miles of aid
irga were changcil on the two previous
dayj. The fo ce emp'oyjd o.i t.tn 30th
avrriigcil (our ineu to encti in le of
main line and siding and live men fir
eaidi mile in t. e term rial
yaulfl, making a to'al of N03
men employe 1 ia tdiangimt the
tracks. A gratif il g ituidjnt in con
neit'on with th's great work wai the
fait thit the locimot'.vj engineiis of
of the dill'erriit division formally no
t Had General Manager Hiirriiliaii that
they wiiivdd a'l right for pay for over
time ciuiol by delays or ettra hours
of sjrvicj fir a ptrid of ten
days, uud that the employ. a in o her
dejiit't uent t tendirnl their it
vices frea on the dav Bt t fo.- the
chacgnof snuvo. Tuia acti in i.nli-
ca'es the plunsAut relatioa t-x itJig
between the company and all i'n I'm-
pUyes aad shows that Ilia latter,
apn ectiit'tig yio groin expecaoas wen
aa liupor:ancH of tin change of gauge,
were glad of the opportunity ti samit
th company iu bringing it a'jou .
SPECKS OF WAK.
AN INtlKt.Vr WIIH II MAY II AVI!
The Time for lloldluar Ihe Krpal.ll
can ("onvMillQB-A few Poll II
It may have been an incident with
out significance, but 4o the pi aceful
days of the clm tint pracedtalhe
Btirm every iit'.le speck that risea
a,-ove the hor r.ou is mro to ba cloiely
watched, aud, a a caraful political
mariner, the Afraat. sailor got out iub
glaanrs when he sailed inio the Coun
ty Clerk's ollice yesterday and btheld
UieeoiuLriablu waiotioatsol "Do tor
Hainfey and ".Squire ' liuttdiitiurg
prcHMing the counter iu ciosb pn xiiu
itv. They wore neither doing r ray-
lug anyuimg wiii ii wou u n iu
the casual apoctttor t) hellovn they
ere hatching a dynamite plot 1 rt in
du.triK tion of the D mosiatio pa ly,
the Ilapuhliiat party or any otn r
iia.ty. Hut lliey wro inero i.igo n r,
andth y lni)k-d si cotuf irtiiMe an f
coinpiiuioimh'e- th a lehd r of n.a ,
wnrkii mn n and t'ns general o' tna
r-entgunbian cohoita tha the Ap-
ikai. inail lima I'ih tjuesiiun ai a ven
ture, "How about that fu ion ticket?"
"Oh, you ate jus', ttyti'g w pump
us' with au aHruiiig oimihaiio on
the tw-taidtlm 'iiiuire, s r kir g hia ,
VdBtaod struliug; "yu have h.ari
nothing a' out a fusion ticket, ami at
anyratj we-cJuldu't give it away.
Vou niuht give ui time to lant- our
little nuidling, braca it up aod fi star -It
tntil it becouios so big and tough
aud htrong a trto that yntt ran't whack
it down with your pencil."
Aud then the " 8iune" langi.eJ
ayain anl tint "Dixtor" mrlltd.
"And how ia the country, Doctor?"
"It Is Hife," lie rpplied,
"I'heytilk big about b a'.ing yoa
for the uoini nation for trastod this
t in?" . ,
"D i they? Well, they haven't been
ah'e t) do il to fir, ' ho icliod coufl- '
Witn a clodng fling a' t ie O.d '
War H irte tha " "Squire" and the
Atterwari's juiiicu uuutiiu.n
asked the rcpnter to Bay aa a fav .r to
him, and in answer to tariouB par
graphr, that he was a candidal for no ,
office in the gift of the people, and
would nit have oue if they wculd
oflcr it to him with a unanimous
Ko kar thf re il but one name on the
Tniaigm of the timts point to a
slmoa pura Detnocra ic ticket col-
Any independent mova now will be
crashed like a grain of corn between
the upper and nether millstone.
Tna Kepublicana are confident.
They will briPg out good men for
nearly all the ollicse, ana inins mej
are sura to win.
Tueaa are two candidates for office
ia the Legislative Couac.l. b th Re
publicans, Gen. l'a'.tersoo for Trustee
aod Lymua Wallace for Kegie er.
Da. Ramkt laid yesterday thac the
Republicaa convention would be held
on the 2l!d Instant. The Democratic
coavention meets Monday, the 21at.
Tub nomination of Mr. Randolph
for Supreme Judge has made the re
nomination of the Hon. Zach Taylor a
certainty. With Jamea Phelaa lead
log tbe Democratic phalanx bis defeat
will be sure.
Tueki Is a murmur wnicn eonnua .
very much lite tne nrei notes oi:
storm about tha workshop. It is all
on a-cnuntof tbe hih and ruigi y
manner in which a few office Barkers
in their ntnke are promising their
Fitnkib for the work to be dun
should not be forgotten wheu co c
ntiiom a-e made. In the clerks
oiUcca of the vtrous eourta a srjat
dai ot teehnioal know'edge, such as
comes onlv from long acquaint icci
with i;s affaire, is absolutely lKCft-ary-
w , ,
Lcnobobq'b perfume, Edenis
Lunilbori's perfume, Alpine Viu'ew
Luudbcrg a perlume, JL.li y of tn
Lundborg'e perfume, Marchal Niel