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MEMPHIS, TENN., THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1886.
VOL. XLVINO. 149.'
BRIGHT ON ME RILL
BIS LATESr LETTER IS OPPOSI
TinjT 10 THE BILL.
Mr. Gladstone to Hare a Walkerer
DthD8lu'.le Home-Bole Meet
ing In London.
Lon Don, June 23 The Timet, com
merries; on Mr. Gladstone' G'asyow
mett ng, says: "Tbs remarkable ab
sence ol men of intellectual, tocial or
profeerooal distinction which hag
character iz.d all cf Mr. G'adstone'a
meetings in Scotland, appear to have
reached iti Liyhect development at
Glatgow je torday. Mr. Gladstone's
effor s to avoid renous ii aquation of
bis own pl.ns was crowned with com
pute atuce.s in his Glasgow BDetcb.
It tri-.tlee ni h nrrstaiemeLts of facta
and parvers'oDR of argamtnt. It dees
not contain a binde attempt to grapple
with the difficulties of the Iiieh ques
ticn." Mr. Uladelone will Hare a Walk.
. . over.
London, Jone 23. At a meeting nf
Midlothian Conservatives today it
was decided net to congest the district
against Mr. G'aJ-itortH.
Entnnsfaalle Home-Kale Meeting-at
London, Jan 23. An enthusiastic
and crowded tneetingin favor of home
rule for Ireland was held atSt. James's
Hall this evening, Baron Sand tin ret
presiding. Mr. Tarnell at the last mo
ment teat w rd tha' he would be un
able to attend. Mr. Sex'on was cnecf
the speakers. He drchrfd tbat Mr.
Vincent went to Ireland in the vuiee
cf a Tcry ambassador, souuht in er
views with the chief Parnellites and
diFcnseed with them tbe princ iples and
details of an Irish Parliamrnt Earl
Garnarvon saw Lord Salisbury imme
diately before and immediately af'f r
h!s in eriew with Mr. Parnell. He
(Sexton) asked ra i.nal men whither
all this was a joke. A a ma'ter of
tsct, he tdd'd, if Lord Silisbury bad
tec a red a majority sufficient to make
him independent of the Orangemen
he would certainly have introduced
Joha Bright oa tbe Irlab ttaeetlon.
London, June 23 John Bright, in
a letter to Mr. Caine, Member of Par
liament for lia'row, in Furness, who
acted aa whip fur the Chambetiainites
in their opposition to tue hjme rule
bill, says he hopts Mr. Caine, who
willetand for re-e'ection, will win
Mr. Bright denounces the ac ion of
Literal cauctrea in tjy'ng to ''trans
form members of the Hocsi of Com
rrooB into simple delf-ga'e" and ins'st
ing upon their tubordiruting
their principles to the iuttrts s cf
party or a patty leader. It is noto
rious tbat seres cf merxbeisof the
Hoase voted with t e gov.riimetit
who privately condemned the Irish
bills. It is nnwisH f.r the Liberal
electors to prefer such memheig-abject
at the ftet of trie Piime Minibter
to members who follow conscience
and honor. But we need not despair.
The ninety threi Liberals who voted
with the mjariiy have doue much to
redeem Liberals from the disciedit of
accepting a incBsnre which the ma
1 he NIIo Moter.
Dublin, June 23.-Numiri.ua ter
eons were enmnmi'y coavlctnd at
Sligo to-riay cf partic nation in the re
cent riots" thi-re. Others were com
mitted for trial at the ?Bsize..
The I'enlaa Haatfeato.
London, June 23. It haviog been
sufigsettd tbat Jarr.es Stephens, the
e x nead center, wa the author of the
Fenian manifesto published in tbe
Timet, Mr. John Ciai cy, member of
Parliament, sent a diepatch to Mr.
Stephens asking for information on
the eubject. Mr. Stephens replied
tbat he knew nothing concernirg the
manifesto, adding that he hoped Mr.
Parnell would be succeesful in bia
efforts in behalf of Ireland.
Faade for Parnell.
Dublin, Jnne 23 H;s Grace, the
Mr st Rev. Thomas W. Croke, D.D.,
Archbishop of Ctshel, has just tent to
the treasurer of the Irish Parliament
ary Fund the enm of $1700, which he
says is an instalment of toe turn his
people will cortribu'e to the causa of
home rule. Tbe Archbithop sub
scribed $250 of the amr.unr, himself,
and in his le'tT bearing th remit
tance he 8as: "It is time Irishmen
co-operatid with their friends in
America to euppiyire mnus wuica
the National party te;dsio success
fully curry on its patriotic work in the
Depart are of Hie Princes From
Paris, June 23. Prince Victor and
fifteen of his un'st prominent adher
ents, including the Marquis of Valt-tte
and Baton llammann, started today
for Brussels The tram be-ring the
party left the station amid cries of
Vive la Eirpereur," "Au Rvoir,"
and shouts cf "Vive le Republ;que."
There was tome hissing. Several per
sons were a:ested. The Count of
Paris, bis ton and suite will arrive at
Tunbridge Wella, England, on Fri
day, and will take up thuir residence
there. Tha Count ill is-oe a mani
festo, protesting fgiinbt h:s expulsion,
and outlining the monarchist pio
When the Count tf Paris received
the reeu't of the decision on the ex
pulsion bill, his s- n and the Dnke of
Cbattrea, who were with him, btiM
into tears. The inhabitants of Eau
collected in grtups on the striets to
discuss the eituetion. The gates of
the chateau wi:l be opened at 11
o'clock tomorrow mr ruing to admit
tbe townspeople t f Eau and Trepcrie,
who deti e toe Count to ieceiv an
erprf ssinn cf their tympathy. When
Prince Napoleon took h a departure
the station was closed to the public,
but a dense crowd, tstima'ed at 60OO,
gathered ouide. 'Ihere wer- crunter
cries of "T'ii fn Emperor!" and
"Vive I RepuUiqut!" Mr. Oman
a Koyalist, tried U rally a party in
order to nake a demonstration, bnt
the police hustled tbe crowd roughly.
Mr. R-chefoit, in tbe Jnfrattt'ym,
tun;s the S-na'ewith pusi aiuiity.
He tavs it is willing t vote, if pretsed
herd enough, in any way the Govern
Prince Napoieon started for Geneva
this evening. Ho was accompanied
by a nnmber cf friends to the railway
station, where a lare cor coure of
pecp'e had s.!embled. No demon
stration, however, wai attempted.
Prince Victor, at a recept on refore
btartingfor Brnasel?, tad: "Do not
expfct a vain protest froia me. A
people som-"iuis tikes it upon i'self
to ope nits doors loan exile. I re
main a ieprasentativ6 of the empire as
the. Hapc!e:ES. ccnalitutsd it, I favor
firm authority, equality of all clt.aars
and respect for all creeds. Be assured
that whatever call doty may make I
shall not he found wantirg ia the ful
fillment of what I owe to the Democ
racy and to my name. An reroir."
Prince Victor attHCed very littl at
tention on his arrival in Brume's.
One thousand perxots oiled at the
Chateau d'Eau today and ins ribed
their names in a sptclal book " The
Comte ce Paris thook hands w th
each ens and briefly expressed bis
Police SeMtrv Loz v.s tei Prince
Napoleon and Prince Victor and statod
that the government was disposed to
allow them time in which to arrange
their affaira. Poth the Trinee de
clined to avail themselves of the offer.
La Palirt newspaper notes tbe coin
cidence cf the expu'sion as the anni-
verrary of NafOleon s great victory at
Solfenno, and thinks it of good
augery. M. Hendle, Prefect cf the
Seine in Fxreuie, blnntly declined to
co i'y the Comte de Paris of bia ex
pulsion. II bar! Paaha'a funeral.
CoiiRTANTiNOPK, Jnne 23. The body
of Hobart Pafha wi 1 be received at
Genoa by a Turkish gunboat and con
veyed to this city. J he funeral will
be conducted with great pomp, and
the interment will be made in the
cemetery of Scutari, on the Boephor
ous. orpo'te Constantinople. The
entire expense will be borne by the
Turkish civil list.
Montoomeby, Ala., June 23. The
Republican Mate Convention met
here today with about 100 delegtes
present, one-balf white. Speeches
were made favoring the nomination
of a 8 ate ticket. All the utterances
were for a protective tariff aad the
Blair educational bill.
Thefonvcntirn dec'ined to nomi
nate a ticket. They leave it with the
Executive Gommht9e to put out one
tr not, as;thev may think best.
ArkaBfcab FwSiiinal Caldraa.
Little Rcck, Abk., Jone 21. Not
withetandirg the fla'. failure of the
State Wheel Convention, which
recently convened in Little Rock, it is
demons'rattd that the county Wheels
are a disturbing element in poli ical
iisues. Io a number of counties tbe
candidates were elected Saturday and
today at the primaries or mats meet
ing'. Theeicit ment a' theprimarie',
according to all reporte, surpassed
anjtningwitneessed in Arkansas since
In the Fourth Ccnarets'onal Dis
trict, whete W.L. Terry is making the
race agiint John H. Rogsis. the pres
ent iLCUmbent, the excitement is ruu
nirg very high. Rrgars has carried
Crawford, Sbaetian, Yell and Frank
lin. Terry h'S Zcarried Johnson and
Saline; wi 1 carry Pulaski, his home,
with ease, and bis friends claim Ptrry,
Girland, Montgomery and Loaaa for
him. Every county is hot'y contested.
Teny carried Johneon Saturday, while
Franklin went fur Rogers. In John
son the race wai made moro interest
ing by th withdrawal of McKinnon,
WLOS3 tupporLift.hqin;in went to
This county instructed f r McGuire
for Audtor aaainit Filer and for
Olarke for Super. ntendent of Pub'ic
Tbe news from Morr llton is to the
effect that Miller heat Filer for the in
struction f .r Auditor. Miller claims
to lead Filer new by eeveral votes for
Audit r. This raca now promt's to
be very clote and is a three-cornered
fluht between Milie', Filer and Mc
Gnire. In tire county politics took a new
turn by the announcement of Ander
son Mil's tbat he would contest with
She'iff Woithen for the nomination of
Sheriff. Mills is a strong Bourbon
Democrat, and Woithen is known to
be one of the tharpe;t and most suc
cessful po iticiars in the S'ate. Mills
prnmites to make music for the boys,
and it is row cooeidred more than
likely that tbe Republicans will put a
full county ticket in the field.
Springfield, III, June 23. The
Prohibition Stats Convention met
here today with about 500 delegates in
a tendance. J. O. Pepper, of Aledo,
was elected chairman, aid the day
was ppent in talk and preliminary
work. A mas mee ing was held t
night, at which a numoer of tpeechfs
were mde. It is chimed toat the
Prohibition cauee it st adily naming
ground, and the leadiis appetr ean
guine cf nit mau saccess. They have
ceased to look, they iay, t) e ther of
the old pa ties for aa istance, and pro
pose to build up a Prohibit on parly
that will sweep the S a e. The r on
ventioa will ncnihnte a Stale ticket
Edraaitda I adorned aa HI Own Nue
ceaiior. Montpelikr, Vt., June 23. The
county coovent;ons of Windsor and
Addmon coun ies, held todny, paswd
resolu'icna indoreirg Senator Ed
munds as his own euc ees .r.
Tbe Plnmbera' National Convention
Dekb Park, Md., June 23. After a
heated d scus'on, oennying most of
the day, the Plumbers' Na'ional Con
vention adopted a recommendation
by the ExeemiveCi mmittee that it be
giantJd discetiona-y power in the
enfircemeDt tf the rule established
at the Bdt!more CoaventiP, which
prohibits manufacturers of plumbers'
nocdsfrnm selling to consumeis di
rect Officers weri elected as fo lows:
Pre ident, James Allison, Cincinnati ;
vice-presid nt, John Trainor, Balti
mora; tra urer, M. J. Lvone, Brook
lyn; tecrettry, fhos. McNeil, Cincin
nati; c:rresponding secretary, James
Sempe1, !iucinnaii ; fioancial Sfcre
tay, E Remick, Pniiadelphia. The
convention adjouroed to meet in Chi
cago a year heoce.
Tbe Hea Whs Stole a Snip.
Milwaukiv, Wib., June 23. The
.! aocin.e rhrlca Reed. John Ma-
lnney and Cur is Reed, wbo s'ole the
yacht Mamie iiom Kenoica wnue oa
aepree.and were overhauled by tbe
tr Jnhrsm at Grand
Haven, is exci'ing considerable atten
tim in coaitcircifs. As the putieh
mect for piracy is death the D.sTict
Attcraey wanie t j pros?cut9 the pris
oners under the State law tor larceny,
but the owner of the yacht objerts, as
he thinks the punishment of the lat-
a r':ma la Tint. MtTRm PnOnih. DlS-
trict Attornsy Williams has the ca e
urat:r ic jnncerition. i
led af Hi
TnrriJt.irV ITv JllTlB MISS
Manrl Jlt-on was bitten eighteen days
ago in Valloway county, Ky., by a
nainhki i Inn TilOd h had all
the symptoms of hydrophobia and to-
day cucu tn gKM s"n7
MOTHER LOT OF VETOES.
PEX8I0X BILLS THE PBESIDEXT
REFUSED TO 8IUX.
Indian Traders' Licenses Alleged
Demoralization Among tbe
Washington, June 23. The Presi
dent has today tent to Congiesa seven
ve'oes, all the vetod treasures being
piivate pension bids which originated
in he Senate, Among tbe bills ve
toed was one granting a pension to
Alfred Dennis, whose rec'ird ehowed
no disability ; but twenty years
after be wan discharged he fi'ed a
cUim, alleging that he was injured by
being thrown forward upon the born
of his saddle. The Preeidont says:
"Tbe number of instances in which
thote of our soldiers who ride lioises
during the war were injured by being
thrown forwatd upon their saddles,
indicates that the hi so dd'es were very
The I'aloa Paelde.
Washington, June 23. Senator
Van Wyck today submitted a pro
nosed amendment t- tbe bill toeu
that ize the Union Pacific railroad t
construe; brarch roads through the
H tea andTerritorns throngh which
the system of railrrads now operated
by it extends, to add to it the follow
ing provsi: "That this aetsa lin
no manner interfere with th collec
tion or diminieh the amount cf money
to be paid by the said Union 1 antic
railioad into the Treeury under the
Thorman acf, and the aums to b
raid under siid Thurman act sha'l
bs ascertained as if this act bad not
been pased, and without regard to
any obl'gation or pledge of renewing
bonds or subt cription of stock or of
any money allowed by this act."
Indian Trader Ueeaaea.
Washington, June 23. Tbe acting
Secretary nf tha Tn'erinr today grit
to the Senate an answer to tbe
resolution of tbat tody making in
quiry with respect to thu renewal or
non-reneaal of licenses to Indian ia
dnrs. He encloses a report from the
Commissioner of Indian Affair, in
which tbat official asserts tbat be con
strues ths law f give bim full power
to appoint and to refuse to reappoint
Indian traders when the interests of
the service require euch action. Ap
pended is a list, giving the names of
twelve traders whoe lie nses were not
renewed by the present administra
tion, agaiDSt whom charges were made,
and twemy nine who met with similar
refu ale, but aga'nst whem there weie
Alleged Democratic Demoralisation
Washington correspondence of the
St. Louis Olobe-Democrat: The tariff
rtfjrin cu;ud toniitht afforded one
more i lustration of Demccratic de
moralization. Mr. Motri on and Mr,
Carlise outlined a programme, aud
Denv cra'.s from the Eait, We stand
South toe k turns in expressing their
bad opinion of it. To get Bometh ng
befo.e the caucus Mr. Morrison oflered
a resuluttrn to aproiiit a cuuiiuittre
of one from each State which
had east a tariff reform vota
last Tuesday, this - committee to
decide what to do with the tariff ques
tion before this Congre- s, and to re-
p rt on the day of June. Then
Air. Monison made a speech, the bur
den of which was tbat dc thing prac
tical onld be aec.mp itheu in tbe
way of tariff reform by this Congress,
and that it was due the party to ex
plain fully the reason why. He
favored au address to the country. In
not jest so many words did Mr. Mor
rison propose that this pronunciameDto
should read the protection Dem
ocrats out of the parly, and call on
tbe voteis cf their districts to send
tariff reform men to the next Con-,
gross; tbat, at least, was thedriltof
bia ta k. lnen mere weie cans lor
Carlisle, and the speaker reeponded
by backing up Morrison lully. llie
thirty-Qve protectionist Derrocnta
had gone back on the party, and he
was in favor of the addreea to the
country exp'aioing why this Congress
could acctmpinh nothing practical in
tar.ff reform. Mr. Scott, of Ponneyl
vania, got up at this juncture aud
said that if they were Ruing before the
country with any such scheme, thoy
wouli una tneir auurtss woui nave
just the contrary effect in Pennsylva
nia lrom wnat tney intenueu. mat
Stale, instead of keeping the protec
tionist Democrats at home, would tend
to the next Onngrees more then it had
in this, with the is:ue thus Lilly pre
sented. Mr. Glover, of Missouri, sug
gested the unpleasant predicament
the tariff leLrjaeis would be
in if, after they tad announced
to the cruotry in this proposed
address the impossibility of tariff
roforin, Mr. Rauda'l should ccme
slong with his tariff revieion bill.
Thev wou'd have to stuuuy them
selves by votirg aif.ir.st revision, e.r
else go back en their aldress. Mr.
Hale, ot Missouri, pioiesiea warmiy
against the apparent tectional char
aver of the proceedings. He intima
ted that tbe caucus haa no nutroruy
ta proceed in tbe course outlined, as
suming to act for the whole party, and
aa'ie lthem mat sum action woum
l-d to schism. Mr. Dibhle, of Sou;h
Carolina, pictured ihe dwgers cf go
ing into the ccming campaign
in the South on a free t-ade
bsue. Ihe resolution was ficaly
Arinnwd The nrjDoeeu commttee
will report at a future mating, but if
tt.e Alomson tiarisie programme is
not modified Lere will be ccnidfr
ab'e bottinr f'Om the caucus. Tbat
much was mde epj arent oy the de
hate. Theie was some discasHon on
the wisdom of callirg up the bill for
aioher vole tomorrow, anl many
n rd that this shoa d not be den
The ma ter was finally left, to Mr.
Morrison to decide alter svemg wh t
the attendanca is. c
Randall's Tariff Bill.
The tariff bill to b9 int-odoced b
Mr. Raodhll rjut rough lumber, sawed
lumber, clapoca ds, atavea and pickets
on the me rat. rrducea me rata on
steel lailsfioai f 17 to $13, makes no
chvnve ia wool, removes all the to-
V.nrf i lax. but doe' not t uch whisky,
a-?d tevivts ihe t-riff la geaentll) is
ti.rnmnieLd(d bV experti. and in'
cnase-s the duty on tin plate and cot
tm ties It rednces tariff receipts
ah ut $10,000,000, atd the internal
rev.nue r ceipts at out $25,000,000.
Katloaal American 8hlpplaB Leaane
WaniNGTON. June 23. An ad
jourced meetirg of the National
American onippirg iku wb uoiu
here to-day aud was attended by a
large cumber cf reprei en'atives of tbe
ihij p'ng and other commercial inier
ests irom most of the Slates. A perma
nen; orgajiization wtu effected and
the following named officers were
elected: President, Dandridge Mc
Rae Arkansas; fiist vite president,
Ambrose Snor,New York aicond vice
president, S. M. Merritt, Flo'ida;
erre'ry, Chirle S. Hill, Dietiic. of
Columbia; tr. auir, A. Vandiroilr,
Nrw Yurk. Iht Leagui will pen
commnnication with tue leading torn
meriid bodi-s of tte country. 'J'he
ohjuc a are to promote ih'i extersion
of the merchant marine of the United
Sta e, and to fstatd eh mora intimits
couimerci 1 int'icoum with ot'.er
coui.trits by ficquent and direct mail
LIITLE BOCK, ARK.
The (outeal Over tbe Mlaalaalpal
lnraoiiL to thb ArriaL.t
LittlbRock. Akk., Jure 23. Tbe
Hon. JchaB D iver anil Dr. Duuni
vant, icprrsenting the Democracy and
a 'a'go m-j -rity nf tha tx payers of
Mies.Sdippi county, Aikausas, pri
sented Governor llnuhes a nun.erous
ly signed petition from citizens of that
coun'y todav i raying the Governor to
appoint the Hon. F. 13. Ha'e Judge of
ihatccun'y. The County Judge re
eigaed his ssnt last wvek pecane
Proetcu'ing Attorney Edrington pre
ferred eha'gs of corruption in the
Sherifi Ha-kins case. Thwe gen
tlemen had hardlv cleared the ex
ecutive naosion before Col. McVeigh,
attorney L-t Sheriff lloskins, appeared
befo e his exrellency with another
document, asking the appointment of
JudgH Saius to the po-it'on. Mc
VgVs p- ti-!oi has the nrsfortune
to b siKtied by quite a numbur of ne
gro men and all the Republicans of
the c unty, ail of whom ate favorable
to Hoekins, and it is confident'y ex
pee'ed by the first petitioners tbat the
Governor will iw-uo bis manifesto in
Judge Hales'a favor.
Ordination or Three Tonnar Minis
ten A Beaulllal Crremoay.
Saw anrb. Tbnn., June 22.-On Sun
day. June 20th, an ordirration tervice
was bold in the chapel of the Uni
versity of the South by the Rt. Rev.O.
T. Qoin'aid, DD .Biship of Tennes
eee. Three young men, graduates of
the theological depsrtmeat, who,
during the past year, uavs served the
chu'ca fa thfully a deacons, were ad
vanced to the priesthood.
At 11 o'clock the nrocission of
chor steis en'cied ttiecllupel, followed
by the cendida'es for ordination, the
clt rgy of tbe nnivere i y and the bit h
ops of Texas, Western Texs aid
Tbe fermcn was preached by tho
Rev. Thos. F.Gailor.S.T. B.,chapla n
of t e university, from II Peter iii.,
18: "Grow in grace, and in the
knowledge of our Lord and Saviour
Jesus Clirisf." It was a masterly ex
prsitiou!of the essent a! character and
dut'i s of the piWtbooJ, and i n affec
tionate exhortation to ttie candidati-s,
whom for four years be lied instructed
and p'epared for their wo'k.
Toe service was chorhlly rendered,
the choir be ng aacompaited by three
The candidate ree-, twesuntea to
ihe Binhop by the ViceChancollor,
Dr. Hodgson, and all the clergv pres
ent united in the imposition of hand.
Bishnn Kluor. of Nan An'onio, ana
Bishop Gregg, cf Autt'n, astutel in
the s. rvices.
Thevoung men nidaincd were the
Rev. Mesers. R. Hale, H. Riddel and
A. W. Griffin. Darug tbe lae.t year
Mr. Hale has been assistant minister
at Fayetteville, Mr. tir tlli at St. Paul's
Chattanooga, and Mr. Riddel has been
in charge of St. James's Church, Cum
Tbe Feel In a- la Ohio Against New
CnABLisTON, W. Va , June 23. At
banouet iriven bv our citizens and
tbe It cal press (o tbe editors of Ohio,
at which were present Gov. Foraker
and the Hon. C. Grosvenor, Member
of Oongrets of Ohio, Congressman
Grosvenor said: "In Ohio there is
more intnnee feeling against tbe New
England States than there was against
the S uth, owing to the fai t that the
New Eng'and Sta'es do not want the
South and West to improve, but to
hold tbem back by not legislating in
the interest of tho two g'eat settions
of the countr." He characterized
their cititens as being "the over edu
cated provincialism of the East." The
gent'eman was severe in his speech
agaiuet tbe New Engenders.
Tbe IrlKb National Leagae.
Lincoln, Nun , June 23 Tbe fol
lowing caoie niesago was received
today from Timothy Harrington, M.
P., Secretary el the Lei gue in Ire
land: Dcbun, Jnne 23, 1H86.
To Patrick Eagan, Linooln, Neb:
Parnell authorins me to s'ate that
sn important delegation will attend
Chicago convention. Assure Ameri
can L ague ot our warmest, manna
for their continuous aud glonnii aup
Prt' TIMOTHY HARRINGTON.
Hbot for Intimacy Willi His Km
MneKOtJKK, Ino. T., June 23. Last
Sunday morning John Sivier,of Buck
horn, ihot and killdd William Fie ds,
hie hired raun, for intimacy w to 'jis
e'tplojei's wifo. All ar O erokje
Ldkiboro's j-'erfn'Vie, lin- um
Lundborg's perfume, Aipiue Violet.
Lundhorg'a perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Niel
St'BKNBCTADY, N. Y., June 2.1. At
the commFrceiuent ex-rci-e8 of Union
Co'lege to day ihe degre ol A.M. was
conferred on Daoitil h. L.moti!, Presi
dent Cleveland's ptiv.its secre ary.and
that of LL.D. on John I. Neiton of
Paetponed aa Aceonnt of Bain,
New Yokk, Jnne 23. The Brighton
Beach ra'es have been ptstpontd on
accoui.t of ralo.
IlAvagivfnTorK'line atria' inacnte
rbtumatiem and ntu algif, and relief
w-'S prompt y given.
W. A. BAYER, M.D.,
DH. R. L. LASKI,
rhjBlcIan, Sargeon aud Acconcher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
313 Main Mreef, Near Cnlou.
, Telephone So. W.
GOOD ROOMS AND BOARD forth, eea
inn can be obtained at tbe Nolan Uoure,
WAVEHLY, TENN. Referenee, 1). Rich
mond, Metuphia. Tenn. F.jr terioa apply or
utite to W.U. iluCL'ICBJON. Wop'r.
Yi arcrly, 'loan.
A STATED Commanlpt oa of fl
Soath It.mphia LoJr IH. An-
Rrona Lodge livt, Leila beott WnY Jf
I and liuta Lodae . n J A.
Muona. will be hold thii C HHKS- '
UAll VOrnina, Uu IU - runw iin
honor oj uorPu-oncaint. JOHN TUB bAP
rrT Vl.lin hinthnrt ft.tf rn.llf invited.
Br order . . w.I sr;iNU.
W. a. or eoutn jimim. uoair cio. i.i
AttMt: J. L. iiiu-iij, Py.reur.
V. M. ol Angvrooa Lod No. 1S.
Au.t, . o;i?;;ayj:
W. M. ol I oil tv-ott Lod No. 289.
AttMt: A. S. Mvitaa, Secretary.
W. M. of Durnto Lodae, ho. 2-.'.
Attet: C. R. roLLASn,JSereUrj.
CIAI I. Mr.TI -PK011RES8 XTTX
LODGKHo. K.of P.-K u- !
lar meetint thie tTIl L' RSDA Y) Jl J?
in lor work In tho Kniahu Rnk.W.',V
rjittr lodaea and Tnnf and Ho
land Diyiiiotn reepeottully Ipvited. '
Byorder CJ. K. OKHH MtlT,C. C.
Attt: CHta. J. Kiucii, h. It. .
Lai,t Week We Took Off Onc-Thlrd-Tbls
Week We Take Off One
Half, or SO Per Cent.
DRESS GOODS and SILKS.
FIRST LOT of handioina Preai Combine
tiont, prioed irom IIS to t&l on Moodar
all at 10 atiaiiht.
bKCUNl) L,0T-l)rei Combination! from pi
to$15, all at .
Baya a Una of double fold, all-wool aoodi,
worth from 6O0 to II 36.
Buya tha oholca of all our cheap drom (oodi.
Silk Sale Extraordinary 1
0ne-tblrd of the price of all our Bllki.
ALL OUR HAT STOCK
at one-half price. MONDAY you will m
tha prieea marked. Divide thorn in
two and purcliaoe.
Bnya 1WK) fina Vrinch Klnwtra and Hontarof.
Kl.h, dlegant Oatrich Plumei.
Ladiea' and Mine"' Coraata, wtth II 50.
Our HILK8 are all now, cholco and doalrable.
Vou tare exaotlt one-third by buying
i.ni'UBTKa WATVRti. :rrmv:i.
tKNI' nllVlHtl. WVI1.K. KHOM
B1KRKSUOKN. UHKXtKl.I.KD roa
FAMILY USK KKCOMMKND.
ED BY TUB
UlKbeet Hedleal Anlhorltlea.
Solo Atanta for Mompbiii,
A large alork of eominoa I.rMBER
at ie per lOOO feet.
WILLI AWN & CO.
IB forirallyopontd, under tha row man ele
ment of A. W. Klnr, of Columbua, Miaa.,
aaaiated br Col. 11. C. Hatcher and la ly, Into
of A'eJtander'a Hotel, Louiaville. Thia well
known walorint place ia directly on the Una
of the Louiaville and Naahville R.R., thlrtr
three milea north of Birniingliam. Hot
Hatha and Sulphur Bathi a aixninl feature.
Thcae watera are too well known to mied
further notice. For oirouliira and further In
foruiHtion apply to Ueneral Miinunur, A. W,
KIN. Board remonnbln.
Corner MaillHon aud Third SlreeU.
OFFICE U0URS-11 t) 12 a.m.
Teie.phonojiaaj U 6 ii.id.
Vaiuablo Second hi. Property
On H'edueiiday, Jul 7, 1886.
WE will aell on aimer ol Mam arid Mad
ifon atreota, the Leftwloh houae end
lot, altuated luat north of the C'ontrnl Iiap
tlat Church, frontina W foot by lf.ll feet. ,
Torme One-fourth caahl balance In aix,
twelve and eii btaen inontha.
June ID, m. R. J- BLAt K ft CO
W. H. MA I It
N. 4), TOOF
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Stmt,
K ew aid Latent StyleB Ntork. New
Type, New Machinery.
Prices a low as anywhere, Jiorth
or FbhU ,
UNION & PLANTERS' BAM
OF MUMPHIS, TENN.,
At Mae .1 Bnala.aa, Hay t, I),
I,ana and DlscoonU ll.lWl.Staj .
Memphia lompromiae Honda
Cotton Kichaaae Meuiberahip
BankinnhuUBe and oflioe liiurea
1.1A1 K.h.o.. ryji.wi
30. IM) IU
Cab on band ,M 6-
Capital Paid up I f. "
Vndivi.led Profitj M
Intereat and Kiohang-e 4n, W
JJepoaita l.OU.l 51
A.V.ccaro, Wm. A. Wllllaniton,
Joaeph Bruce, N.a'"''"?B Ul11,
R. Dudler Frayier, J. bnaler,
S. P. K'ad. Benj. Bahb.
John R. Pepr, J.a. U. McDariU.
laaaa N. SnowJen,
NAPOLEON HILL ...
WM. A. WILLIAMSON.
8. P. READ.....
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Room 1 (new) Cotton l.x hange Balldlng. Telephone fl5
I1PTX -aiaiNrTXJVOi .
J I AfMETa:
North Mriil-h and fSer- I qibi r Xaahvllle Iv7.a
ranillw (ntitrly) a.VOOO.OiHI linnavilt- of Haoaellle.. lOS.eea
wmrbMi.rcr Mrm Vork I, Mil, flat fhwHiaef Itrooklya (Ma-
l'uluar'i.lluraia ......... I.UA.e4 rm. U.rtant). ,1,4
ainericin Hnrely ouipaay, Makluic Honda of Snrfljablp.
All olaaiea of property inftrel. rUI Attention ilran to Iniurlng Country Bttrea.
MMI' M MTOI'K BHOHl a.
6EQMAN BAfll, MEMPHIS, TENN.
VA PI TA I rfla3MrOoYM' KI'jLUM J1 10,000
LOUIS II ANAl'ER,
R. C. OR AYES.
J. 8. UOBlNSt)'',
okORGK ARNOLD. '
J. T. PaTTl'i.
JOHN W. OHI II Kt, treldeit. w. i. Met'LUKK, Vlea-PrealdeBl,
(CIWHI J1.IH1ITII. t'antiler.
B. J. Semmes & Co.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J. It. UOD WIN, Preen. J.M.UOOUlUlt, Vlee-PreBU C. II. IUIXK, Cashier
Board of IJlr.otora.
J. M. O00DBAR,
. B. KIMS.
Ip4MMry of the mate or Teuaa. Traaaaeta a wemHt Hnaklatl
Hwai mrmm aad alee. Mplnl Attention aa ioMeatn.'wa
J. R. GODWIN k CO
And OoinmlBslon Merchants
Noti. 34 nuil UG ITIiuIImou Street, llleinpl.J
Dry Goods,J)otions, Hosiery
GENTLESIUN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 320 and 328 Main St.. Memphia, Tenn.
WB ARK IN DAILY KKCKIPT OK DKS1RAULB
UUOIaN, which we oner to the Trade upon tbe moat favorable teriaa. Oar prioea
will ooropare favorably with thote of any market in tbe United HUtee. We era Atenta for
TeuneHHL'e Muunractarlua; IIii.'b riuldn, Drllln, 8lieetlng, Shirting-, Eta.
T.TntVTTVTOTV r- O-ATiTt-
THE PETERS & SAME CO.
w m inNim PrcM.nt ' I. P. PETERS. Vlce-Prealdent.
i. 1 6AWRIK, PecrelaryandTreaaurer.
(Mnreeeaore lo Felere Hawrle,)
MAMFACTL'KEHS OF THE "MA(i0LU R4SD"
0, 3S hu1 40 Ja?(loraoa MrtMrt.
N. M. J0NKS. JN0. K. SPEED, I. F. PKTKK8. GEO. ARNOLD. W. D. F. SAWR1K.
rVT.haT. aotd our .ntlr. bu,ln... to th. FI-TEBS e 8AWBIE CO., and aak
for them a continuance of trade ao kindly .aUnd.d to
pwTTtTI HA w Jtirt.
O.K. HOUOIS:& OOo
Ho. 381 Main Street, Sleinphl.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST IMUCKS FOIl CASUkOU TIME.
Sheet Music and Boots. Now Pianos hi Kc-t
Pit ATT GIST CO.
Iaiil'l rnall ( ottou Glut,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
NMILKY, NMITH A C'O
rait Krllpur llailer Wlae, Feed
era aud iin Hepalrera,
US to 101 l'oplar St., Memphis.
I . ae-Prett Ri
' tulod- ttocl
- - .. I 1 i.l.J
e-lTBtt ReroWIni lld (Una nne
ock now tomplote. l'riooe
trrn.mintlnce and ordure
ullrlled. Old lina Hiii'aird In Firat-
rlni-a i'rtr. All work runmnleod.
1). P. HAI)tKN. J. J. JENNY, J. W. COCHRAN,
K. II. VANCE, JACOB W ELLER. WM. KATZHNB BROKE
J. T. FRtltT. " c. MotLtinn,
' EDW'D GOLDSMITH.
j. ft, eoDwiii.
J. W. FALLS.
W. V. VUNAVANX.
R. J. BLACK,
. uV t.uwunu
a. W. T0MLIN. WM. BENJB8.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlii. & BenJeSpN
179 Mala St., Memphis.
OSor apodal Inducements la Open Burdef
of our own niitk., at Wi Top Uuatiea ot
our own make, at 1120. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
aar Ilavlui (Mapoaed of our entire atock ol
Vehicle and the Manufacturina Depart
ment to M.aara. T0MLIN A BKNJhS, w.
beaiwak for tbem a oontlnuanoe ol th.
pa ronaae ao lonaeakendad to aa.
C A R RI A UK A HAKOWAKK COMPANT,