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ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUNE 25,
1886.
VOL. XLVINO. 150.
rEDE
FR1EM OF SUBSIDIES.
THEIBOFFOSITIOX T0MB.DC5S,
OF ARE4KS1S.
Hepert of the Pan-Electric I-restl-ratios
Committee Souther
Postal Paints.
IBFIOUI. TO TBI iPMiL.I
Washington, Jane 24. The Ameri
an Shipping League met at Williard'e
Hall, in tl is city, yesterday, far the
purpose el leorgAbization aod to in
augurate more vigorous and effective
meaf ures to promote the shipping in
terests. They strongly advocate tbe
Pacific and other nitif tutsidiee, and
the pas aje of the' Negloy b.'),"which
grants a tub:idy of 3n ctn's par regis-,
tered ton lor tach thousand miles
traveled by mercria'tt vea'ela of ihe
United Stt'es. In tbe debates the
administration of the Democratic
party and C nure8?man Duon'a Ship
ping Commiltee were severely criti
c's d and inouicd f ir their opposi
tion t-y subsid es. To envb8si their
hostility to Mr. Dnnn, who is very
firm in his oppct-it oa to all subsidies,
they made den. Dant'ridae McRte, of
ArlanFas, pn eldent of me assoristio",
and Geo. D. C. Govan, Mr, Dunn's
competitor for Cingress, vice-president
Gen. McRne etiong'y favors
sub3id:es acd the in'ereoce is that
Goven dofslo, and that the subsidy
is to be sharply prts'.nt d throughout
the country this year, aid fspecii-l'y
in Arkanins, where tbe chairman of
the shipping committee resides, and is
a randidale for re-election. A com
mittee represi nting the league railed
upon Dunn today and presented a
copy of thfir resolution urging the
passage of tbe "Negley bill." Mr. Dunn
regards tbe appointment of Gen.
Govan, his competitor to tbe vice
presidency ( f tha It ague, as a de( la
ration of war upon him by the league,
because of bis hostility to tbeir sub
sidy measure, and says ha is rfaJy to
meet tbem and their candidate on
that issue.
TH PAN-ELKCTBIC INVESTIGATION.
It is probable that tbe special com
mittee, composed of nine members of
the House ot Representatives, with
Mr. Boyle, of Pennsylvania, as chair
man, appointed to investigate tbe or
ganization aod aflairsof the Pan Elec
tric Telephone Uomp ny, will submit
its report to tbe House within a day
or ro, posub'y tcm-rrcw The repott
of tbe minority, eigned by all the Re
publican members of tbe committee,
was completed two or thie- weeks ago,
but it was only tbis wetk that Mr.
Boyle comple ed the views tbat
are tubscrihed by all of tbe
fire Democraic . membeis, and
which constitute the majority
report. It is int-ndod that there t-ha'l
be a final meeting of the full co aim it
tee before tbe reports a-e sufcnvt'ed to
the House, at wh'ch mnetinsr tbe re
port will tie read, o thtt there will
be no further quts ion as to their regu
larity or legitimacy. The report of
the minority will, it is faid, comment
on the testimony of Senator Hiirrip,
At'.orney General Garland and Solicit
or Generd Goode, and characterize
their manaur -? witnesses us suspi
cious and evaaive. Tbe majority re
port instiflfs every action ai being
that of a private citizen, and finds no
Impropriety in tbeir action.
THE PENSION EXAMINATION.
The Senate Committee on the Ex
penditure ol i ublic Money continued
the investigation of Commissioner
Black yesti rlay morning.in connection
with the ewe of Congressman L. 0.
Houk, which was taken up a week
ago. Tbe Commissioner said the
medical board of tbe office said there
was no disability. The arrearages pa'd
in tbe case amounted to 13000.
THE OLEOlf ABGARINE BILL.
The absence of Secretary Miller from
the city is delaying action by the
Senate Agricultural Commiltee on the
oleomargarine bill, and the committee
will not meet unil next week.
ADJUSTMENT OF POSTMASTERS' SALABIIS.
In the annual readjustment of poet
masters' salaries by the Postcfflcs De
partment today the following changes
re made in Arkansas: Increased tlOO
each Arkadelphia, Fort Smitb, Hope,
Newport, Pine Bluff, Van Buren; de
creaeed 100-'Hot Springs, Little
Rock.
In Tenneppf e: Inrrea?ed $100
C!a'k8ville, Cleveland, Greenville,
Morristown, Winchester; decreased
$100 Fayeiteville.
PC STAL POINTS. '
Fourth-ClsB-3 Postmcstnro Commis
sionedA. Niwton Mince, Luna,
Ala.; R but A Burr.ette, Gariaod,
Tenn.; Sanuiul J. Boiling, Pice Tur
key, Ala.; Pu.ie' Ma L od, Leaks
vil'e, Miss.; Jaunts Ci.appell, Mouroe,
MlPB.
New Pos'offlcde Mat'b'a I" Wolff,
Matild8, Ale rn county, M:ts. ; .Torn
C. H tctford, Shotcoe, Midhon coun
ty, Miss. -
Kar Service Charge Alabama:
Fayetti Conrttonse ti Tuecalcosa,
from July 1 curtail service to begin
8t Legg, omiting Fayette Cour honee,
dt crease dittancs lour mi'es;-Rut-ledge
to Pigeon Creek, from July 1st
- re
reduce eeivica to iwo vuivt a
Rnt'edge to Aiken, Iiom July ist cm
Jrar mipp'v of Johnson, Crenshaw
untv, next after Kutledg, without
iigeindiet3ice. Arkaosis: Ozark
to hiti R ck, from Julv let fur
chsrjg of tite of Wnlte Reck, df
creace dis'anca a mile and a quarter;
Bentonville to Maysville, from July
1st curtail cervice to begin at
Seba, omitting Bintinville, decrease
distance five miUs; Camden to Mc
Neil, from Ju'y 1st increase distsnce
one mile ana a half, caused by
change of the cfike of Bell's Htore to
Glenville; Benton to Bassville, from
July 1st curtail service to end at
Obion, omi ting Basu'ille. derreas'ng
distance eight miles; Hensley to Sher
idan, from July Utomit Baville nrd
Junet one way and embrace Dade and
Obion one way between Orian and
Shnridan ; Hamburg to Longview, frJin
July 1st omit Piue Hill, diw catinut'i,
and order service direct between M lo
and Longview, decreasing distance nix
miles.
Railway FoMoffke Sfrvice Charge)
Salisbury, N. C, aad Morristown.
Teen., Railway Postal Clerks exteud
run to end a'. Knoxville, Tenn., in
crease the diftance for'y one miles, to
take effect Jure 2d. Satvice between
Morristown acd Knoxvil'e, Tenn.,
will be in additir n to the Bristol and
Chattanocga railway p'stoflice. This
line to be known as the a'Ubiiry and
Knoxville railway postofflce.
Poitoffice Dif continued Alabmna:
Boartusb, Winston county, mail to
Ark.
ARRIVAL0.
W. C. Baird of Chattanooga, C. W.
Bnokley o Montgomery. Ala., Mrs.
Temple of Tenneseee, J. T. Mtttbewi
of Memphie, B W. Wrnu of Ten
nessee. H. J. Winn of Birnnngbam,
Ala., J. W.Fall and wifaof Memphis,
MissLlllie Cohen of Memphis, Geo.
L. Speor of Mnriillnn, Ark., and
Henry Fink cf Kn:xvil!e.
W F. t -r Kfforl ! Re Made f
Z t auaidrr h Tariff bill.
' Wasbisotom. June 24. Aa Mr.
Randall observed to-dar, both wings
of the Democratic paity "ilapped to
gether" in the caucus to-night. The
attendance was law, nearly all of tbe
Derxocra'ic Reprei en ativee in tbe
i ity being pree cnt, and tbe proceed
ings were harmonious throughout.
Contrary to common expectation,
nothing waieaid directly about tbe
tariff or the pension tax proposition.
Tne state ot thebnsine aia the House
was dieens ed, and Speaker Carlisle,
by request, ran over the calendar,
calling attention to the a' most in
extricable confusion of special
orders on every subject of general irn
por'ance. Afier bearicr tbe state
ment the cances decided to select a
commitae of three ni'.nibere, which
should be charged witb the duty of
selecting and pushing t) tbe point of
action such of the measures as it
should deem piopsrto kt"e mpt to pars,
and Messrs. Car i-le, Morrieon and
Randall were named as menib'H of
tbe committee. The sentiment of tbe
caucus seemed ti bu in favor of pass
ing the appropriation bills and tbe bill
dec'aring forfeiture of lard grants, and
then adjourning, torn after the se
lection of the ronmittre, Mr. Randall
rose and fsked wbat tbe ac
tion of the caucus meant,
whether it meant adjournment,
ry July 15th. There was a choi us of
"yes, yes," frr m all sides. Rather re
gretfully it wta observed that . Mr.
Randall assumed thtt tbe action
meant also that tbe appropriation bills
and a few bills already on the calendar
would be the only meesureg likely t
receive action at this session, and to
tbis assumption there was again ex
pressed a heaity assent, while, as
before stated, no direct reference was
made to the tariff tbe members pres
ent at the caucus came away under
tbe impression tbat there would be no
further effoit made this session to
cocsider any la-iffbill.
Secretary Whitney Will Not Re
Washington, Jone 24. Secretary
Whitney said today that there is no
truth in tbe report tnat he a re
signed, and he added that be had no
such intention.
Mr. Cleveland's Kecentlon.
Wasiiinotoh, June 24 Mis. Cleve
land, assisted by Mis. Grpg, held an
informal rec-ption at the Wbitehouss
this afternoon.
Senator Morrill' Critical
Condi.
tlon.
Washington, June 24. Senator
Morrill, although somewhat improved
as compared with the worst stage of
his preterit illness, remains in a criti
cal condi'ion. His disorder is inflam
mation of the bowels.
Military Attache at Foreign Imita
tion.. Washington, June 24. The House
Committee cn Foreign Affairs today
decided to repor , favo'ab y a bill au
thorising - tbo 4Jrri-l,-tr-ppoiiit
ailitHrv and naval attunes to fereiim
lega:ions. Also, a bill to protect sub
marine cables.
JnrUclictloaol United States Courts.
Washington, June 24 Senator
Georgs ioday introduced in the Senate
a bill to restrict Ihe jurisdiction of
Circuit Couiti. It provides tbat when
ever under the juriediction of the
United States tbe jurisdiction of the
civil courts depends unon the citizen
(hip cf tbe parties, said courts shall
not hereafter have jurisdiction unless
tbe amount in controversy shall, ex
c'usive of costs, exceed the sum of
$2000. It repeals all laws in contra
vention to tbe provision of sec: ion
629, which gives the Circuit Court
cognizance of any suit to recover the
contents of any promissory note or
other cboee in action in favor of an
assignee unle-s the same may have
been prosecuted in tuch court to re
cover such con'ents, if no assignment
his been made, except io foreign bills
of exchange; and it re-erac's and de
clares said proviso to be in full force.
Its provisions are net to apply to any
case now pending.
The Payne Investigation.
Washington, Jone 24.-Tbe Srjuat
Committee en rrivile-ges and E!e
t'.ocs was addres-ed this mornirgly
Congresjmai Butterworth, whoaaro
c&tea an investigation of the cherge rf
bribery in connection with th" elec
tion of Senator Tayne to the Uait-d
SU'ee Sente.
The commi. tea will m(t aiwin to
morrow for the purpose of diacu sing
tbe evidence laid beh ra tliiiin and en
di avi ring t reach a conclusion as to
whethir or not an investigation stall
he made.
The PrcHldent Bniiy With Penalon
- llillM.
Wash, noton, June 24 The Presi
dent was st much occupied today in
considering a large batch of private
pension bills thht he denied hime!f
to all ca 1ms, and evrn postponed the
regular Cabinet mee ing. Secretaries
Lamar end Whitney, AUorney-Gn-eral
Garland, Postnantor-General Vi
las ware primpty in atteudance, but
the Presider.t ltforinrd them tbat he
would prefer t diep?85 of the pension
bills while his micd was on them,
rather than to take np the business
of the Cabinet, nnleps srao of tbe de
partments bad importtnt matters to
submit requiring -imnifdjate action.
As there was nothing requiring imme
diate attention the meetingadjourned.
Congo Emigration Company.
Washington, Jane 21. A cei t ficate
of icrorpoiation of the United Sta'es
and Congo National Emigta'ion Com
p.ny, of this city, has teen filed with
the recorder. The object of the com
pany is to run and oi erate a line of
s'eim vessels from Baliimore to tbe
Congo country in Africa end interme
diate pUces for the pornose of emigra
t'on and commerce. Trie capita' stock
it placed at $2,0(10,000, which may be
inc eased to ill.OOO.OOO.
Mall Clerka
Removed
lor Inaobor
dlnatloa
Washington. June 24. Tbe fol'cw
ipgsoec'al notice wts today isiued by
tbe General Superintendent of railway
mail service:
By order of the Poetinaster-Geceral
the clerks named below have been re
moved from tbe seivice tor ineubordi
na'ion in conspiring to obstruct tbe
regulation of the service by the de
p.n.'tment and to injure is efficiency.
Tliiey have secrtt'y att"mpted to form
an astOciation with a view to dictate
actiVn to the department, and many
of tbem bave aleo been guilty of de
ception toward their fellow clerks by
representing the purposes of such
association to be merely benevolent,
and tbns entangling them. At the
same time the Postmaster-General di
rects me to express his gratiflcatif n
that so few, comparatively, cou'd
be found to engage in such
a scheme, and his acknowl
edgments to thoce who have
kept tbe depaitment informed : Mur
dock Holliogshead, Pittsburg and Cin
cinnati railway prs'office; G. W.
Thornton, traneftr clerk at Cincinnati,
Ohio; A. G. Kroatzsch, Cincinnati
and St. l-ouis railway postcfiice; W.
W. Bicker, Pittsburg and Cincir ntti
railway pestoffics; J. E. Dillon, Graf
ton and Cincinnati railway nostoffice;
O. R Scott, Chicago and Cincinnati
railway postofflce; Chas 0. Brown,
Portsmouth and C ncinnati ra lway
post office; J. L. Chamberlain, Cleve
land and Cincinnati railway pos'otlice ;
W. O. McKinney, Chicago and Cin
cinnati railway p'.tctiice; G. M. Ded
rick, CleveUnd and Indianapolis rail
way poetoffice; F. Miller, Pittsburg
and St Louis railway poitotiice; E.
B Fcsdick, Pittsburs and St. Louis
railway poetoffice ; R. T. Jenkins, In
dianapolis and St. Louis railway post
office; M. M. Wing, Toledo and illo
gheney railway pos oflics; Owon tul
l'van, "Toledo and St. Louie ruil
way postofflce; R M. Sewart,
Toledo and St. Louis; J. H.
Davi1, Ludington and Toledo;
J. G. Purfell, Chicano and Centralia;
J. W. llurricker, Cbirao and Wet
Shore railwav pestonice; C. Eiiih,
Chief go and Qriincy; 0. K. Kikland,
Chicairoand Minneap lis; J. W. Ran
dal), Logan acd Keokuk; J. A.
Humphreys, Pittsburg and St. Louis ; I
R F. Robb, Indianapolis and l)oria;l
J.J. Allen. New York and Chicago;
J. A. Myers, Pittsburg and St. Louis.
The Pojtmaster-Gtnetal ias the
d schnrgd men threatened a strike on
the combined tesignation of tm-.ny
clerka so as to menace the derjartmen
with embarrassment.
The Frcaldent and Mrs. Clevelai
Pined.
Washington, June 24. Secretary
and Mrs. Whitney gave a dinnerin
honor of the President and Mis. Cleve
land Ibis evening.
JOIIX BRIGIII'S MANIFESTO
TO THE ELECTORS OF CENtRAL
BIRHIBICIHAH.
Hli Position on the Home Rale
Scheme Why lie Is Opposed,
to the BUI.
London, June 24. Mr. John Bright
has it sued the following manifesto to
the electors of Central Birmingham:
Gentlemen Thanking you for hav
ing elected me in November las, I am
now moet unexpectedly foreed to ad
diees yon again. Since November a
f ingle question has occupied tbe at
tention of the House of Commons
and the country. It relates to the
future government of Ireland, and
consists of two bills which were thrnst
upon Parliament aDd the country by
tbe government. One of tbose bills
was rejected, the other was with
drawn. We are not told by Mr. Glad
stone, or his colleagues, how muor or
how Jittla ot th unfortunate pro
posals will reappear in the next' Par
liament. We are asked to pledge our
selves to a principle which
may be innocent or - meet dan
gerous, as may explained In future
bills. I cannot give stub, a pledge.
Tee experience of the P:st three
months has not Increased my confi
dence in the wisdom of the adminis
tration, or in its po)iy respecting the
futuie government of Ireland. We
have before us a principle wh ch Mr.
Gladstone and his supporters do not
explain. I will nrt pledge myself to
what I do not understand and can
not prove. In 1872 I wrote
a letter to n Irish gent'e
man, from whlJh I extract these
short sentences : "To have two legis
lative assembled in the United King
dom would nvrk intolerable mischief.
No sensible'tnan can with for two
such asrembttas who does not wish
that tbe KingKm shall become two or
men-d natiore entirely separate from
each other." I still adhere to the
opinion, itprssible, more firmly than
before. I do not oppose tbe views
of the government on account
Uf Jvigland more than on account of
Ireland. No Irish Parliament can be
so powerful or just as the United Ira-
ferial Parliament at Wett'ninirter.
mnr.ot intrust the peace and
Interest ol Ireland, North or
Soutb, to the Irish Parliamentary
pa-ty.
It is unpoitant to remember,
the letter aye. that tie Parnell
i es have mor members in l lie
House of Coruu.Ons tfcan they era
justly entitled to, becauee of the
righty-throe Irish kte contested in
the hsi election the Parne'lites se
cured sixty eiglit, wil. they only
poll' d 200,000 ai:a:nst their,0,(00 cast
ty the L;b(ials end Conrvatlvt8,
thus, ly the accidental distribution
of the Irish votee, s -curing four seats
to one insteai of tie two reats
to ooe, which tbeir v)tes represent.
Hr Joseph Lubbock contends further
that tbe tuflVring and diecon'ent ei
itt:n; in Ireland is: not due to
political' but to ccononacal causee, the
piiicipal of ahich, heys, is tbe po
tato disease, which he soints out as a
local trouble beyond t!e rower of the
government to prevent Hsthenad'ts
that to cooce'ea separ le government
to Ireland wonld simply ag
gravate the suffi ing in tbar,
country. I epoke for her pe
pie in the Ho of Com
mors and on public ,'atf irms. I do
this because I am ati . a f .iend i f Ire
land, and that I leuse to give her up
to tbrsa who recent ydefea:ed the bdl
which would have tubjected ter. it
you re-eloct me 1 rtall to the utmost
of my capacity see only whit I con
ceive lo be for tht permanent and rue
welfare of our coUitry. Sinceral y end
grrtefal'y hankg you for your past
k'ndnea, I remlin,
J " JOHN DR1GHT.
I havb givel Tonga'ine a fair trial
in facial neuralgia, and, to use my
patisn 's ow expreeeion, "it U fhs
medicine It tbat disease." It ba
done him more goad in one week than
ull the diugi taken before within three
yearp. '
J. p, RISKEL, M. P., Brighton. 111.
Milll Alive and Kleklnl.
New Yobk, Jute 24. P. T. la-num
t. legraplied from Bridgeport, Conn.,
in leftr.nce tu a tumor of hil deatb,
tbet he is alive and as well ate ever
was.
DMnctrntr
IS BKMOViD BV THS C8 OF OCCOAINM,
And it stminat3 and promotes the
growth of the hair".
Burnett's Favoring Extracts are the
bent
n
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AT THE STATE CiPITAL.
THK GRAND ARJIT OF THE
PUBLIC TO BK
BE.
Iavlted te Meet Sext Tear at ah-Tllle-Coadltlua
ef the Prisons
The ProhihltloalsU.
IsrscuL to sa arriii.1
Nahbviixe, Tskn, June 24 A
macs meeting if cHzcna was held at
the Merchant' Ex ibaoge to take act-on
wiih regud to inviting tt eGr. nil
A'Uiy of ttie Repatiiie to met here
m xt year iu rnauaieixanipment. A
cimmittee of svn bromicent citizens
was app inU-1 to rae a gu riutr
fund ol 25,tM0 frr l.e en'eitiiiniiiw t
cf tte Grand Arm. This guaranty
will be raised li a,few dsys an I the
encamiin-nt lll (ertanly be held
here, ai 5(H) of the 900 delega e) to tbe
San Franciso etcampinent next
month are p'edge' to ibis ci.y. Tbe
encampment woull bring 50,000
Union roldiera an! 60,000 v;si'ors
here, and Nashvil'i) wants the credit
of buiug the first S.utbera city to en
terltin them. !
TUB raORllilTIONIMTH
of Dividson coonly met bdy in in
formal session, aod derided to at once
proceed to organ's-) a Temps raute Al
liance in every Citil District of tbe
cou'ty. RowlutimiB were adopted
depn c iting ary aiumpt to nominate
Prohibition rantiiclates.
HAJ. THOMAS ADC0L rlCKARD
returned l'st night from Tracy City
and lnmn, where they wenttwo days
ago on a tour of Inspection. The in
spectors report tbopriom in an excel
lent sanitary condilion.and all the pris
oner! satisfied. At IWy City there are
412 prisineis, with only one sick. It
i true there ar abbot twelve who are
unable tt work, but are simply inca
pacitated from lanienef s and chronic
ailments contnetep befcre entering
tbe prisons. At lutnan theie a-e 179
prison' rs, with flJ In the hospital.
Only five dea hsbaVo occurnd within
six months. Tbrite ot these were
from consumption. Both prisons are
kept clean and have recently been
thoroughly whitewashed.
(JEN. ARTHUR'S COSDITIOJt.
The Ex-Frealdnt Off for a Trip
to Connecticut.
New York, June 24. Ex-President
Arthur left tbe c t this afternion for
New Iondon, Ct. over the New York,
New Haven atd Hartford railroad.
He was accompanied by his son, Al
len, bii sisters, ilrs. McElroy and
Mrs. Cawin, Miss Nellie Arthur and
ber maid, and Dr. Peteis. Mr. Arthur
walked through tbe station leaning
on the arm of h's, son. He stepprd
up the platform slone, but s ipied
:iril nearly fell at tbe top Up. Re
covering bimsBlf, be entered tbe car.
The President lcoked pale and worn.
His illness seems tu nave severely
played upon him. Tho party
entered the private car of
President Wntrons. Mr. Arthur at
tiHte seated himse lint an (a and be
gan to rend. HeVerat friende oaine to
say goodby. To one oi them he eeid :
"My only t'oubie is in my stomach."
Thou he added, laughingly: "You
know how gcod tbat used to be." Io
reply to a qucs'ioo, Dr. Peters BRid
that his patient wai progressing fa
vorably, and without doubt would be
benefited by a change of air. "He baa
bad a siege of it," said the Doctor,
"but will get along now."
POLITICAL.
Tonng Hen In Politics.
New York, June 24. United States
Senator Warner Miller, addressing the
graduating class at Union College,
Schenectady, yes'erday, on "The Po
sition and Duties of Educated Men in
a Republic," gave particular stress to
the importance of young men taking
an interest in political ua.ters. The
Senator raid: "I know there is much
modern teaching tbe tendency ol
which is to keep educated men and
scholars from taking part in public
affairs. Tco many American coll"gcs
are turning out a class cf yourg nun
who are making no adequite return
to tfie State for t ieir education. Tboy
hoM themselves aloof from politics, oi
though, th y feared c ntamin'ition.
li their eduction I lis not hum of thtt
sterling quilily which produces hearts
and intellect capable of residing llie
ttmptati n of (littery, wealth and
piwer, they have been educ&ted in
vain, and should be left to dream in
i heir cHttors prots ctcd from tbo evils
of a wicked world. We have too nmsy
educatt d men who ar uu-Am1 ri an
in their t mpatiiics and undi nioci.dic
iu their livts If tv ey believe in the
permanency cf r. publican irs'-ituii'iiiB
they fail to give exprs ssion to that be
lief or to do anything to advance the
inteie-ts of tbe cimmonwesltli. 1( e
should jadge from their adaption of
foreign manner.', thtir advocacy of
f irtign political therrirg, and their
devotion to fo'c'gi literature, tbut
they preferred an urii'oniatio to a re
pri'ilican f rra of government, we
hh on Id not go wide of tte troth. Tast
snch result'" ara possible in an ib ri
cio co lege i- to be rsgrettea and rl s
fo- a i iuiiui)ite remeo ' it is
kin niiicb to injure f' .i ge
onr co'li gti amoox the e ji .
J Tho llliaota prohlbltloaleU.
PpBiN(FLh, UU JUne 24. -The
Comnntt-e on l'lt()rm at tie State
Proh hi ion Cokvntion totiay e
po'teda series l rvanltitions which
wsre uotnmcMsly op(ed. The
declaration of pi .ncfpei i emWbel
in the following preamble :
Whereas, Tub 1 quor tiafK- i
justly charged with crgau zed snd re
belli us opi osition to tbe erleting
statutes, ai'h the mercilsc opfree-iou
of thonsanr'scf inno ent nomenaud
children, with nelarirus st'cmptg to
deb uch the morals ol Mir youth,
withte parentage ol most of the
crime and lawie.-scers, miseiiy and
want prevailing among ns, with con
spiracy to ccrrupt politics and legis'a
Hon, and with the contribution of
sympathy to riotdrs and anarchists;
ths-retr'ie, we tail upon all pood eit-n-Bg
to recono'! al)eg:aDce to the
party allies of'tbat trillic and unite
with ns for the x irpaiion of this
odions cause of time, diso der, social
disintegration ant' abounding inisary.
The platform dtmacds tie absolute
prohibition ot he s tie aud manufact
ure of liquor, aod demamk tin t the
right of tuffrape br granted to women
and tbat the peop'i- be given an oppor
tunity to vo'e lor a prohibitory amend
ment. Henry W. Austin, oi Chicago, wa3
Dominated for t-tito T.eisurjr by ac
claiuution, and Prof. U. Z Gillman, of
Qu'ncy, for Superin'fnient of Pnblio
Instruction by a vote of J05 to 113.
A State Central Committee wai ap
pointed, enlisting ot tiiteen members
from the State at lge and one from
each Congrsiontl il.irct.
A camoaigi fund of H000 wai
raited. The I elquarti-ra were fixed
at Chicago.
SrOIlTINU NEWS.
Hheeptnead Haj Bmm.
Sheepsheao Bay, N. Y., Jone 24.
Fir Race HiLdicap for all aaet;
one mile and one-einhth. Rirathspev
won by three le i.th; Una B second,
Brambleton tLirt. Time 2:01.
Second litut -June ktikea; for two-year-olds;
pt'iia't'ea and produce al
lowance!; tbie--quarler o' mile.
Tremont won ty 'en lengths: Bryu
wood second, La Juive tl led. Time
l:lSr
Third Rut Hancricap; one mile
and a half. Favor won by two leng bs;
Maumee second, Errest third.
Timo-2:42.
fourlft Kact TbeEniporiumst4kis;
sweepstakex, for -hrej-yeHr o!d; 1M1
each, 15000 add-d ; 000 to -oml hi d
20 per cent, i f ' ke. f 00 to tb'rl
and 10 per cei t of ttik-s; sevi n y one
ertriet, cn in' e and ' n- lia f.
Starters: Bnr, E'ksno.1, B v-rly,
D,i'aware, Qui s tvj. fr-d, The Hard
and Listsll. vi n l o k mid 1 eld
tbe lead fr in stit, wi b Kr t-r
and Beverly n it until ti e st aighr,
when The buid u.mlo aBpiendid burn
of ppeed, I ut was badly rlddei,, end
Wtbfred son iy half a head; The
Bard second, Beverly thiid. Time
2:43.
Fifth Ract. For two year olds, flvo
eig'htl a of a mile on tbe tnrl. June
V Or won by a length, Mgie Mitchell
second, Yourg Luke thiidTime
1 :07.
Sixth Race.Vf&tot handicap, one
and three s xteentb miles rn tbe turf.
Pasha won by three lenuths, Drake
Carter second, Aretingo thiid. Time
2:11J.
MARRIED.
JAMKSON MILLER In Ntw York, on
Wodnatdar, Juna 23, 18HA, br tht Rot. J.
Tuttl Smith, Cbarlbs D. Jamison aad
GREAT JUNE
itith n i t n
11
Attractions Redoubled
AND
EXTRAORDINARY !
Last Week We Took Off One-Tlilrd-Thla
Week We Take Off One
Half, or 50 Per Cent.
DRESS GOODS and SILKS.
FIRHT LOT of bnndnnmo Drew Comhlna
tlont, priced troio $16 to 16 1 on Uondar
all l lie etraltrtit.
KKCON1) LOT-l)rM Combination! frorntil
to lift, all at It 0.
25 Cents
Hurl a lino of double-fold, all-wool soodo,
worth from 60o to II 3o.
10 Cents
Buyi tho oholoo of all our ohoap dresi ooJi.
Silk Sale Extraordinary !
Ono-thlrd ol the prlco of all our Bllkt.
ALL OUR HAT STOCK
at orio-hlf prle. MONDAY rn wilt
tho prlcet marked. Divido them in
two and purchaoo.
37 Cents
Boya 1000 una French Flowori and Honturoi.
tl 25.
Rich, aloiant Oitrioh Plumei.
50 Cents
Ladioi' and Mlniei' CorioU, worth II 50.
KEEMER'S
IMtOrOSALiS
OR
BRUSH AND POLES
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo roneivd hf
thit untlxmiinad, at No. WI Kront tri-ot,
Meinihi,;Tinn., until 'l tu. inlty tiu e), July
1, Is), ami then aod tboro punlioly cuonod,
for tho clelivory, on liarKea, of tba lollowing
airoxiiniit8Uiintitiaa ol natoriah, vii:
Fix Thousand 0or.li of Willow llrti-h,
l ive llundrcdt'urdi of Willow 1'olea.
For Inftrui'lionf for bidding, niieniUeationi
and condilioni ol dolivsrr, ai'ply to tbo
above ddrcft.
The rigot to reiei't nny nr nil hida ti re
erved. hMITII S. I.KACII,
(tiiitnin ofKiiRhienrl'. A.
l)rV.B.ItOGEitS,
ortu-ci
Corner Madison and Third NtreelM.
OFFIK HOURS-ll ti 12 a.m.
Talephqne . 4 to ft p.m.
Valualtlo Second St. Property
fOIl HALT.
On Wednesday, Jul; 7, 18K0.
WE will aell on corner of Main and Mad
ifon ttreoti, tbe Leltnich houfe and
lot, iituatod Juit north of tbt Central Bap
tist Church, frontina 111" feet by ! feet.
Termi One-fourlh oanh 1 balance in llx,
'TnYXsTCK M C0.
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MEMPHIS, IE NX.,
At IIOM ( llwln.M. May 89, 1MSS.
BKNOI K K1.
J.oana and Tttnonnta H.lW.m Vt
V.'inphin t'omiromie Do.M. ifi.OiO 4
f ottoa Kiohanire Meinbemhlp... z'l III
UaukiniDoUM aoa omoe Dxturei 30.IDMI1MI
rei 30.IDMI1M)
... S.7iU
62S.120W
Kp-nfci.
h;A Kirhniin fi'iK.lC4 (H
Cuh on i'-aJ WW1 W
II,7TI!,4iM
LI4RII ITIK.
C.piUl Paid l O,0ffl
l odifided PrliU.... 11H 77ti
lnteret and Kiobanre 4e.UV ft
Hepotits 1,013,1.21 ftl
niBtrroKs.j
A.Vaccaro, Wm. A. Wi'Mamion,
.lufei.b Bruce, NaionpJ Uill,
R. Dudley Frayier. K. Pniler,
H. P. H-ad. Benj. Babb
John R. Popper, Ja. H. Uci'arltt,
ltaai N. Snowdea,
orri KM,,
NAPOLEON HILt PHldent
WJ1. A. WILLIAMSON. Vioa-Pr-ident
8. P. HEAD i:.hi-.r
Dlt. H. L. LASK1,
Phjsiilan, Surgeou and Accoacber,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
313 Main Ntre-t, Near Vnlon,
Telephont No. 88. .
PR
uijijimiiiu mvuu
GILBERT RAINE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Room 1 (new) Cotti.n Pichange Bnlldlng.lTelephoBe 60e.
nBrilTVlT3NTINOH
A.S.Sl.i.1.
Werth Rrlllnh ol nr-
rnnlllo (nearly) - Sft.0OO.04M)
r.li'tir.l.ror nra York l,l4,n
Vulva vf ilorei !... I.I'M.eel
Amrlciai Nmrcijr Ceiapaay,
All olum of propgrty Injure 1. 8peclnl
MMl: l
C -J '-
ia-i I , . "
Jilted
6EBHM BAKKIEMPHIS, TEM.
CAPITA I $5Mi00 NUHPLUS flU 10,000
DinBOTohs I
I.0UI8 IIANAt'BR, I, P. I1ADDKN, J. J. JENNY, J. W. COttHRAN,
k o rvks, u. M. Vanok, 3ac6b weliIer, WM KATZKNUHR9KB,
J. 8. R0B1NSOV. J. T. PI-'IT If, J. T. FHtHT, W. O. MoCLURK, .
(ifcoRUK ARNOLD, KDW'D GOLDSMITH.
OPJriODnHl
JOHN '. t'OCHKAM, Prlln. w. v. Mrri.l'BE, VlcePrrldeaia.
KltWNI 4JOI.HMMITH, 'lilrJ
APOLIilUARIS
SELTZER
B. J. Semmea & Co.
inn
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
e
i. U.UODWlN.Pres't. J.M.UQO)lUlt, Vlce-Prea't, C. II. KAINE, Cashier
-
Boerd or
T. B.TURLKY, ?
W. 8. BRUCE,
F. M. N KLHOa,
), K. BM1TH.
W W Ult . fr Tl L
J. M. IIOODBAR,
M. HAV1N,
T. B. H1MH.
CI1ARLKM KNEY,
i. 1. v'ui'r.it,
v. II, u
aurA JfiMallry ut ttt Htnl) of TtiiaMi. TruBaienta MoiervwA BNeikl
How aeil atiyw m,rcll
.I.R.Gflni9IM&
And Commission Merchants, f
Hi on, 34 nml 30 51 ad I mo 11 Street, Ilempiila.
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Motions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FDRNISHING G0OD3,
Nos. 320 and 328 Main St.. Memphis, Tenn.
WE ARE IN DAILY RECEIPT OK
4JOOIIN. which we offer to the Trade
will compare favorably with tboe ol any uiarket in tbe United State.. We are AaenU for
Tennessee Miiunfacf urlug Co.'s PlitliU, Drllln, .Shectlnir, Shirting, Etfla
1 . Tl
THE PETERS
N. M. JONES, Pro.ident.
W. 1). F. BAWRIE,
(Nunewiinira lo
MAM'FACTUREKN OF IHE
30, ilH aul 40 JelltTHoii Mrt'et.
iiiriioTOix i
N. M. JONES, JNO. K. SPEED, I. F. PETERS, OE0. ARNOLD, W. D. f. BAWRIB.
o Tlie
' ee-W. hT. told our entire bulne. to the PETEK A HAWRIK CO., and uk
for them a continuance of trade lo kindly eitended to
pwTTITtH HA. WnlW.
.K,H0UCK&COo
No. 38 Jfnln Street TO emihla.
Pianos and .Orsrano
AT LOWEST 1'ItICES FOIl CASIIiOR TIME,
Eb.t Mosic and Books. NcwPianos for Rca
inrrc
e-qaltohi r XMhrllle ... lV7,Mi
K.xiavill- r Kwsavllle laa.SOS
rhnii er Urwoklym (Ma
rine Department).... ,wi,a
Mitkleiic Haada mt earelyebl.
Attention (Iron to iniarint Country Store.
T(M K RKOKFK
P1ATT GIN CO.
Manulacturer'i'Arentt fori
laiil l 1'ralt Cotton Ginn,
FKKDERB AN D CONDENSERS, .
SMII.KV, SMITH A CO.
Manufacturer! of
lrl Krllpae llwiler Win. FeeO '
rra l e(n atrpnlrvra,
US to 104 Ponlar St.. Meruohla.
trPmtt RetoWinf-IIea! Otm an
- . eiiutd. Otirritpiiontlrnoe unj nnlers .
a .lir.ll.l HI A llinai llati.alfat.l Ira Vifaik.
pUmi I'rdnr. All work fiiarantefld.
WATER.
of
Xh. eotorai.
J. K. UUDWf",
J. W. FALLS,
W. r. HUN AVANT, .
R. J. BLACK.
U. Kl OoKilN
e I l-w I Iwi u, 'oll.t 1,-.-
iiiis.
WS'lk EM
DESIRABLE HPRINtt AND HUM IN Eat
uion the mot favorable term.. Onr nrlnaa
TVT TVT - TT r. rVVTiT)
O. W. TOMLIN. WM. BENJE3.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.-
Tomlin & Bjcs,
179Mulu St., Mt'in)(iK
OtTor ureclal IniliicenientJi In 0enVuKfflea
of our own make, at 96; Top Bufyie ot
our own make, at ll'.'ii. All wmi war
ranted. Call belore you buy.
mr Havlnr dlmioied of ourentlra ntnclt ol
Vehiclet and the Manufacturing ileiiart
ment to Menem. TOMLIN M BKNJKS, we
beeak for them a oontinuanc of the
la ronaire ao lone extended to ai.
WOODRUFF-OLIVER
CAKRIAOK A HAHHWAHK QllMPAWT.
& SAWRIE GO.
I. F. PETERS, Vloe-ProJldent.
Fecretary and Treaeurer.
Vvtm A Hawrlf,)
"MAIiJiOLU BK1SD"
Trade.
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