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ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY JUNE 27, 1880.
VOL-U XLVI NO. 152.
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CLETEIMD'S CH1SCES
TOB THK DEMOCRATIC HOMOA
TI05 IX 1888.
Tie Effett of Ilk PmJUt aid If
greetlT Attitude on Irregular
Penfioa Bills.
lBPICLlL TO TBI ifPHL.J
Washinotost. Jane 28. The soni.
tive and aftyresBive attitude of the
rietident wun relation to pension
bill! which are confessedly irregular,
has warmed tbe rarly op to him aod
greatly idde to his etreDKth. Leading
democrats are declaring without
quali fication that be must be their
standard bear r in 188S, aud tbat he is
to lead the party to victory, ihe or
pot i lion to him which developed to
suddenly with tbe beginning cf bis
administra'ion baj beeu stiadily dy
ing away, and the parly has been
gathering around him and getting
cloter to him. This ha become most
apparent wuhiri the past few weeks.
itiey have come to a butter under
Htamlinff of him. and tbe r wet mem
bars of CoDiiresa find he has over the
peop'e hts turned the t tie in bis favor,
.and it is believed by n-any who are
qua'ifl-d to juilite of t ;e tituation that
be win be practically wnn ut onnoni
tion in theconvontion. The talk of Hi l
as a po.'gib'.e I'reBidoi.t al candidate its
growing Its1, and it is declared tbat
Kew York will have no CHudidaie bat
Cleveland. It in said by friends of
bolfa that Ijov. 11.11, wbhtevrr uapua
Hon he may l.ave, will cot be a csndi
elate at a nst Clovelind, atieir reta
tions are mch as r.ot to admit of such
antazonism. It is not iiaely, either.
tbat the Mississippi Valley will bring
cut a candidate to oppose (Jievelund.
Carlis'e, who, next t) Cleveland, has
been most epokea of for 1888, it is
. thought, will go second on the ticket-
Cleveland and (JaniBle.
8BNATOR MOBKILL'S COXDITION.
Senator Morrill's condition tonight
is considered critical.
NOTES.
Richard W. Stewart of Tennessee
has been appointed a messenger in the
Pcstoffica Department, vice Algernon
8. Jones, also of Tennessee
New postoffices have been estab
lished at Duntnn, Dt-Kalb county, Ala.,
with George W. Dentin as postmas
ter, and at Lumpkin, Marshall county,
Ala., with John L Cox as postmaster.
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Tola Ellin, tbe Murderer of Clara
Bui., AflJfHtKfd Insane.
IsprciiLTO thi APreiL l
Birmingham, Ala., Juno 20. Clara
Itocs's horrib'e dea;h tends her mur
derer, Tom Eilia, to the TVcaloora
asylum instead of the gallows cr coal
urnes. The jury baforo which he was
tried in ths Circuit Cotnt returned a
verdict lo that effect this af ernoon,
having been out some twenty-two
hour?, and Jnde Hprott sentenced
him accordingly. E'lis s 'ys he thinke,
after all, that a short s'ay at the
asylum will be ppod for his health,
and that he will soon ba b'ck among
his frieuds. He denies that he is crazy,
but eays be wts beside himself witu
excitement the niah of the killing.
He was opposed t the plea cf
ineanity, and has gone si far as to sty
he bad no preference between the
Asylum and coal mines.
BLOUNT SPRINGS, ALA.
Inapectlon af the 1. aud If. System
In Alabama.
S7XCIAI. TO TBI ArrllL.I
BtoyNT Springs, Ala., Juno 26.
Tbe Alabama Railroad Commits on
finished Ihe inspection of the Louis
ville and Kasbville system in Alabama
today, having pissed over the whole
South and Korib. Oeddes division
from Montgomery to Decatur, and up
to Elkmont Station, on the Tennessee
line, Geddes division. Notwithstand
ing recent heavy rains the road has
proved in first-rate condition, in fact,
uperior in point of equipment, roll
ing stock and station houses than ever
before. The commissioners retu ned
to Blount Sprnga to spend Sunday.
Geneial ManagerllarraLan goes south
tomorrow, and expects to arrive in
Kew Orleans Monday morning.
WEST POINT, MISS.
The lion. T. G. Barry ITuanlmouily
ludoracd for longreas.
SPICIAL TO TUB APPKAL.I
Webt Point, Miss., June 20. The
Democracy of Clay county, .in mass
conventicn today, bv a rising unani
mous vote, instructed deligatts to the
Congreseicnul Conventioa to vote for
and use all honorable means for the
re-election of Clay's giftsd eon, the
Hon. F. G. Barry, tor Conpraes in this
(tbe Fourth) district. ltesolutions
indorsing the present national admin
istration and Mr. Barry's course in
Congress were read and unanimously
adopted.
FORK ES I' I I t Y, ARK.
Suicide of a Hard Drinking Tramp
Tailor.
Israelii. TO THI APP1AL.I
Forrest City, Abk , Juno 26. Wm.
'Cameron, a ta lor recently from Little
Kock, committed suicide here last
night by taking half an ounce of
chloroform. He died in abont an hour
after taking tbe dose. Hard drinking
is snppored to be tbe cause of the set.
Cameron was a man about twenty
eight years of age, light complexion,
about five feet eignt inches, and
-weighed about 150 pounds. He was
bnried here today.
LITTLE BOCK, ARK.
The Kace for Uonarefs In the Fourth
District.
IsriouL TO TBS ArriiL.l
Little Rock, Abk., June 20. Out
side of this (tbe Fourth) Congres
sional District, little interest is mani
lested in the polticU contest just now
going on in this State. Here we are
.Laving a genuine heel and tos go as
yon please struggle for Congress, be
tween Judge RogerB, the present in
cumbent, and Col. W. L. Terry.
From returns from county pri
maries already received, including
Conway and Perryi which voted to
day, and reliable estimate s, tbe fight
stands as follows: R-gera- has carried
Sebastian, 7; Crawf jrd, 4; Yell, 5, and
Trankliu, 6; total, 22. Terry has car
ried Johnson, 5 ; Saline, 3, and Perry,
1; total, 9. Pulaski, Garland, Mont
gomery.Logan and Scott, total.24 vote,
have not yet spoken. Terry's frieuds
concede trcott's three vot83 to Rger,
bat claim the other twea.y-one to
come from Pulabki, Logan, Garland
aod Montgomery. The eonventlok
will contain fifty-five votes, twnti
elgtt being a majority. I
A ccrtiflcats of incorporation wti
today granted Mes-rs. C II. Jarobt,
W. U. Adams, E. W. and U. M. Rat
tor and others, who have organized (a
mining- rompanv to be located it
Crystal Springs, Montgomery e uotr,
this Bute. The capital ttock is to le
110,000,000. Mr.Jacobaiia practical
miner of years experience and il tie
leading spirit in the enterprise. le
has juat returned from Montgomery
roanty, and says Arkansas has! a
fortune in the mines in that csuntyl
THE STATE CAPITAL. I
THE POLITICAL SITFATIOIf I3T
BaVIDSUH COINTY. I
The Drnaoerats Hapefnl and theKa.
publteaae DemorallB4l Tht
Gubernatorial Bare.
lariCIAl TO TBI APriAUl
AsnviiLi, Tfnn., June 26. The
political situation in Davidson county
daily grows more inttrestxg To sum
it np in a nutshell the Democrats
were never so hopeful, the Repub
licans lever more dmo'alir,ed. The
Executive Committee made a terrible
mif-take in presenting a fusion tick t
of five Republicans and five Indp4nd
enis. John J. Littktlcn, A. M.
Hughes aud other leaders ot the car y
are ti terly fighting the fusion ticket.
The Aitkai, o respondent learned to
day that it is the intention of the
s:ia'ghout Republicans lo demand of
the chairman of the Davidson County
Republican Executive Committee
tbat he oil a convention Lr the pur
pose of nominating a s rauhtout
Repnblicen ticket. " Of couish the
five Republicacs already on tbe fusion
ticket will remain.
It is ssid that a petition isbeicg cir
culated requesting Chairman b. II.
Bell to call a convention at an early
day to name five additional Republi
can candidates to take the place of the
Independents. The out and out Re
publicans ot the county are diseat's
fiod with the fusion ticket, and their
demands for a conventfon can't be
lightly treated by the chairman of the
Execu'ive Ccmmittee. A prominent
KoDuM;can said today: "ibe wnole
thing wps worked in the interest of
Reid. Now, I am for Raid, and so is
every Republican in the county, but
it is not light that other good Repub
licans should be slaughtered ia the
interest of sny one man. We elia'l
demand a convention and an out aud
out Republican ticket."
The friend? of prominent candidate
for the Democratic Gubernatorial sit
uation are skirmishing lively for posi
tion. A movement was inaugurated
ia tbe Executive Committee to lot
the ward and dtt-trict clubs appo'nt
the delegate's to the convei.t on, in the
interest it is thought of D.brell, but
the plan was nipped in the bud tidsy.
Dibrell ha-ith9 BirongeBt foliow'ng in
the committee, hut Taylor and Loone y
are ftrorgjst with the people
and they will not nl'ow the
machine to rjcil -i the wool
over their eyes if thtS e tion of today U
to fee fairly judged. ol. Looney and
h's brother wrto in Jodford county
yesterday, and did gc d work for the
Appeal s choice.
Nothinir de(iin!a vna hird todsv
in rouanl to tiix appointment of i sue-
ceasorrf Mttrsbal Tilluma, but yonr
corn Hi ondeut thinks he is in a tosi
tion to safely predict, as in yesterday's
Appeal, that the lion. a. t. wnson
will be the man.
JACK30N, TENS.
W. B. Wilojr Nominated for County
Trustee.
ISPIOIAL TOTHS AKNAL.I
Jackson, Tenn., Juno 20. In the
Demoora ic primary election, whic
was held in . Madison ciunty to
nominate a cmdidats for Tiustea, W.
B. Wiley, of this city, was nominated
by a haadsome majority.
J0XESBOR0, ARK.
Craighead Countx Instructs for
. ' Polndrxter Innu.
ISriCIAL TO THI IPriAL.t
JoNssnoRO, Abk., June 26. Craig
head county in conven'ion today in
structed for Poindexter Dunn fur Con
grats. The following are instructions
for btate rflicerB: Hughes, Moore,
MtUuire, Woodrufl, June?, Collier,
Russell and Battlo.
B. AM) 0.
Lint of lndillKrl Telegram at
, the entice.
Ooodliar k Co, Ilenry P Wnodard,
W L Vanra, HhiiiupI B Ward,
Parry Finley, II Bcjsrh,
Wm II Oliver, Mrs A Unite,
Milton llcndrick, Dick Cuaiui:ngs.
Western Union.
B Huthea,
Ziitiiuernian I!ro,
W R Maolntoah,
W A Keyser,
II K Andrew.
Xay!or 4 Knllcy,
A S Caldwell,
Copt Thoi Androwa,
Dr U S 8rave,
Mrs E W Porter,
J S B k Co,
E EnMey,
Carter k Blessing,
L J Heard,
J J Perea k Co.
Mies Mi
II Johnion,
J R lirailick,
R L Taylor,
Taylur Ktller,
Wen If Tracy,
Donelson, vv k Co,
11 tHborth,
C Kicklen,
F W Ilrode k Co,
W V Forbea,
F C Veganega,
Oliver, Kinnie & Co,
A K Fndite,
Jnhnaon & Webb,
S Kttr.es borgor,
ggie Kay.
Railroad Blrlke at Vlcksburg.
New Okleans, June 20. A special
to the Picayunt from Vieksborg lays:
Tbe yardmen of the Louisville, Hew
Orleans and Texas Railroad Company,
some thirty in number, struck Ian
nicht on account of the discharge of
four or five of their number for incom
petency. The strikers pulled the
coupling pins of cars and for a time
delayed freight trains. Other men
bave been employed, and everything
is working smoothly.
AM USEMKNS.
Tbe Turnfeat.
The Germania Athletic Club have a
treat in store for all who will visit
their Turnfest tomorrow aflernoon
and night at Estival Tare. A hvge
list of appropriate and elegant prizes,
donated by our ioremoet business
firm, will be contested for by the
boys', young ladies' and gentlemen's
clacsss, and will stimulate each indi
vidual to do his or her ntmont to win.
The exercises of the gentlemen's cla's
will take place at night, and include
sctine on the apparatus, fencing,
jumping, pyramid building and swing
ing of fiary clubs. Arnold's band will
furnish miisio for the dancers. Toe
pr.?ceed9 of the Turnfest will be ap
plied in furnishing tse club hall on
Second street. Admission, DO cents.
Ladies f re.
Tokualini is giving general sat;sfc
tion in my practice. It is d mg all
tbat is claimed it will do, G, C. Sei
fert, M.D., Can'rall, III.
DERBY DAY AT CIIICIGO
THK SUMMER MEETI58 AT WASH.
IXUT0.1 PARK.
Tfce Great Beit AU Beatca by Silver
(Silver Cloud The Leadltif Feat
ures of the Bates.
Chicao III., Jons 20. Weather
very good and track last. A happy
combination of circumstances made
the opening day at Washington Park
a vert attractive one both to tbe pub
lic, tbe betting man and the as ocia
tion. Tbe racing was much better
than the average and tbe tetting was
gKid, not one favor re winning, these
that invested in French mutuals gel
ting large returns. The attendance
was beyond description. The Drby,
in which most interest was taken, re
sulted inacomplote surprise. Silver
Cloud, alter many disappointments
when be was thought good, won wuen
laut expected, neither h's owner,
Wrner, or jockey thinking before the
start that be would win. llagg-n's
entry continuM the favorite to the
lot-t although it wiis known that the
hoisfH were not doin? well. In fact,
Haggin declared before the rice that
he aid did not think be could win.
B us Whz ran as if he w;n s.a o. A
few. who have never over.ooked Eil
vr Cloud's t'Prformani'irs Ia5t year,
won cmideiable money. The very
larun attendance was ot tns mrst re-
Hoec'able sort, and nood order aod
much entlius;ann were tho leading
features of the day.
P1BST BACS.
One mile. Poaz (103), Withers
El ii e (98), Johnetrm; Porter Ashe
(103), Wilson; Buchanan (122), L.
Jonei; Governor Bate (05), H. Jones;
Hertrgts (103), Hallts; Jim Douglasi
(122), ua'leso; tfanquo (Viz), iiaven
sirieiDieldlS). Holloway; Modesty
(117), Murphy; Unique (95), Wilson;
May Lady (MS), uovirgwn.
Betting. Modesty, $ 1 00; Jim Doug
lass. $45: Mav Ldy.J40; field. fCO.
Baiiqao took the lead, after some
d-)lav. H,10iso. rorier asob uu
Buchanan beinz the next to show.
When they reached the backstretch
Modesty showed siigmiy in ironi,
Eloise second. This order was main-
tind to the lower turn where
Buchanan moved np Into second
place, fallowed by My Lady. In the
stretch the latter two went to the
front, May Lady taking the lead and
winninit handily by a length ; Buchan
an second, four lengths in front of
Midesty. third. Time 1:42. Mutu
als paid $30 80.
SECOND BALE.
Three Quarters of a mile. Warren
U.n (115), Johnston: Billy Uilinore
(120), Hoval; Scottish Lais (107),
Wiihers: HeliantbuaJ(115), Chame;to;
Forait (117), Rchardaon; Som M,
illftl. Burlaw: Fanchotte (113), C.r
hett; Signal (118), Gibba; Uold Flea
(118), Tompkins; Finality (10), L,
Jones; Ai red (104), Wilsou; Miss
No ls3u(7), II. Jones; Spa'.ding (118),
West; bkubdlofl (107), Whentley;
Monarch (117), Dudy; Delia Beach
(107), Byrne ; bara rowers (j-i, a.ney.
Non -Btertera: Lizzie Dwyer, Pearl Jen
niima and Alamle.
Betting. Spalding, $75 ; Forrest, $05 ;
Ril G mow. 0: tieiu. Hj.
Heliaothus was Urst away, but Mon
arch, soon went into the lead with
B lly Giimore second and Frivolity
close up. En'ering the stretch Scot
tMh Las was in front with Biily Gil-
more, Frivolity and Bkobeloil closo
together; thenibe Utter three d-ew
clear, and a very close lace resulted in
Spalding winning by a short half nead ;
Frivolity second, a neck in front of
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oKODeion, iiura. aiuio i.iuj. mu
tunls psid $40 00.
THIRD BACK.
The American Derby; tne and
ono-bslf miles. Ed. Corrigan
(118), Kelly: Kir Joeenh (118), West;
Silver Cloud (I2l), Murphy; Lijero
(118), Conkling; Blue Wing (I2l),
Withers; The Bourbon (I2l),
Stoval; Ben Ali (123), Hay ward; The
Dude (111), carrino; l-ewis uiara
(111), L. Jones; Peciosa (113), Duffy.
Nomtaiter: Ban Fox.
Betting, riegtrin'sentry, Ben Ali and
Preciosa, $-'50; Blue Wing, $225; Ed
Corrigan, $125; field, $75.
Precio8a and The Bourbon set out to
mika tho runnlDe for tboir respective
8nblB. The Bourbon gave up at the
end rf five-eighths ot a mile, rrecioja
and Ban Ali, who were soon joined by
Blue Wing and Sir Joeeph, ran very
clote together down the backstretch
and half way around the lower turn,
where they all seemed to be beatn,
Silver Cloud gcing to tho front with
out difficulty. TLe rac? was never in
doubt after this, Silver Cloud winning
very easily by four lougths; Bine
Wing Eecond, Sir Joseph third, one
length off. Time 2:371. Mutujls
paid $102 20.
FOl'HTlI BACK.
One mile and one eighth. Empire
(102), Johnston; Bootb'ack (108),
West; Brevet (109), Withers; John
Sullivan (100), Covington; Cuban
Ojteen (93), Fuller; Athlone (109),
Wheatlev; Lvcurgus, (110), Kings
bury ; Topsy (109), Stoval ;Taxgatherer
(104), Curtif. Non-starter: Loune.
Betting Cuban Queen, $50; Boot
black, $35; field, $115.
Lyeurgus sion took the lead, fol
lowed by Topsy and Cuban Queen.
There was nochange for seven-eighths
of a mile, where Taxgatherer moved
up and soon took tbe lead, and won
handily by. two lengths; Bootblack
second, John Snllivan a bad third.
Time-1:55. Mutuals paid $77 60.
There was no advance in the entered
Belling price for the winner.
FIFTH RACK.
Hurdle race, one mile and one
fonrtn. Silver Dean (135), Tope;
Worth (137), M. Kcnney; Will Davis
(147), M. Daley; Chanticleer (137),
Whyburn; Phuenix (137). Malum;
Borr Oak (157), Updike; Foxhound
(140), Storm; Mystic (130) Houston;
We'lington (157), Grillith; Halisco
(137), Welch; Nimblefoot (147), Ward;
Rick (133), II. Walker; Guy (147), J.
Keuny.
Brttino. Wellington, $125; Guy,
$125; Will Davis, 75; field, $200.
Guy in the lead held bis own well
into the stretch, where Foxhound,
coming with a rush, just beat bim to
thepo-tby a half length; Guy sec
ond, Worth a close toird. Time
2:19. Mutuals paid mi w.
Nbrrpabead Bay Rare.
Shskpshead Bat, L. I., June 2G.
There was an average attendance at
tbe races today, with nothing of spe
cil note.
Jpirrf Bart. t or two year olds ; three
nnaitera of a mile. Won by Aenesby
six lengths; Brynwood second, Jennie
Juno third. Time 1:18.
Second Jae.--boT tbreo year olds
and upward; one miie. Won hyj
Swift by six lengths; Tom Martin so
nd. Elisabeth third. TU 1:43.
Third Bo4. The grat Poet stakes,
for thrp e-year-olds ; thrta 0itr of a
mile. Ttemont won bynx lengths;
LaJuive aocoad, Rt 'Prince tnird.
Tirne-l:19J.
Fourth Riux. Handloap ; mile and a
half. Tecums?b wca by three lengths;
Favor senond, Drak Carter third.
Time-2:44.
Fifth A'iroe. Handicap) mils end an
eigtiih. Brainbleton won by e'even
lergtbs: Plot second, lasha thro.
Time-2:03.
.strin Race The f?poanf ttkej;
one mile. Markland won by half a
length; S'ratuspey K6)nd, Pontlco
third. Tims 1:48.
Ibe narvard-t-oluiialtta Bt Baco.
Nsw London, Conk., Juno 20. The
intercollegiate bou rac between the
Columbia and ll-rtud ciews this
evening, four miles straight a wsv, wai
won by Columb a. Time 21:33j.
HavtrVs time, 22 :0:i J. Co sinjtis led
throiiKhout. Tais was the Drat victory
ever won by Columbia over Harvard
over the Thames rourss. Tha raca at
witaetsed by an immenae crowd.
A Ureal Trttlnc Bra.
T,r.n a r.,., r.. itr.iw. .
attempted to bent Raros's time of 2:1(1
at the Driving l'ark toaay. lie luado
tbe mile in 2:17, without a break. The
tracK was not In lint class oulition,
and in view of Ibis fact it la considered
a g eat peiformaice.
Parnell ait Pljauootti.
IyNi0N,June20. raroollspiko
at Plymouih tonight. lie Slid the
present strnsgle wai a struggle of the
Biitish and Irish Democrats against
c!fb. Thft landlords sivad liiem ar y
compncctions of conscience by idioti
cally refusing Mr. Gladstone's liberal
term. Vouus money ti the J rieli
landlords wai not oat of tbe question.
it had not boen and could not do
denied, he continued, tbat Lord
Carnorvan agreed with him
as to tbe mein lines upon
which autonomy should be granted to
Ireland. All that Lord Carnarvon
raid wis that he could not agree to the
adoption of Mr. Gladstone's bill, which
nobody denied. Mr, faro el I did not
desire to make further dieclosures,
but lis thought it vsrv probable that
Lord Carnarvon's scheme included
the retention of Irish members in the
House of Commons. Lord Carnarvon
for six months hd uroeil the a ioDtion
of his views, and the Cabinet had not
eppreed them seriously.
DIED.
CtlRllEY-Fridav. Jun 25. 1K8H. HofllT
BitoWM. k, Hired five montht. Ion of it. II.
and LUzie N. Currey,
Funeral will Uk pita from reslilonca ot
lira. S. K. Morton, No. 461 Pontotoo atroet,
tbta (SUNDAY) afternoon at 8 o'olook.
Frion js ot tha family an lovltad to attend.
trt'VTi'n c 1 1 am lajn l u .
J. Hunthii, willow of rm. Hunter. I'itu-
bar anil bt. Louis iapert i leal oopT.J
fuaeral from reaideneo, Co. Hi Moaby
street, thii (SUNDAY) alternooa at 4 o'olock.
Servicea by the Iter. J. II. ' artin. '
HOTTER At tbe family wide nee. No. 3ft
Fraior atreet. baturliy, .1 jne .'t. 1-Hi., at
'.-' o'olnck p.m., iofant ion of
Henry and V.iinn K. Ui itr, aged Ihrtie
inonlha and twoaly-five dajra.
Funoral from the reaidtoes thia (SUN
DAY) afternoon ai 3 o'olot k. Frienda and
acquaintanoea are Invited to attend.
IN MEMOItiA.ti.
NKWSOM-In memory ol I.ucr A. N--
noh, who died June 2i,l,)1 after a loni and
painful illneaa. Bhe wl a cheerlul follower
of Jeaua, and enjoyed the ineatimable bleai-
inK or a (jhristiau Inc. nne wai a lovini
daanhter, a true and faithful wile, aud a de
voted mother.
And. oh, It ia well with her today,
Only her aihea aluuiber in the grave,
Her inirit hath wimtd ill blissful way
To tweeter joyi than tho world ever (art.
Memphl..TnTie2, PWn. A FUTKND.
BLUFF CITY LODOKNo.21. A. O. U. W.
meets tomorrow (MONDAY) niirht. at I
o'cloek. All member of the Order are earn
oatly rriiuoitted to be itreaent, aa the Supnme
lou;e Hetrentattve will tonne nil reoort,
and (ire the New Ritual that haijuit been
adopted hy the B. L.
lly order A. M. .M' UKhlulll, M. W.
J. II. Tiiomi'sow, Keoordor.
Tt TEMPUIS COMMANDERY.No
1VA 4, K. T.-Will hold a atatod
conclave to-morrow MUMIAl
pveninv at H o'clock, for the tram-
action of revular bualneaa. Fativue
dreaa. Sojourning and resident fratera oour
teoualy invited. 11. 11. CL LI.EN, K. C.
Atteat: 1. J. HARnHl'S, Keoorder.
Knights of Honor
piCNIC COMMITTER will meet at o it
It lieiect(d that all will be prercnt.
i on onmunuAi mtdtir ate a eiora.
r. V. nuuiiria, uuairmaa.
Loi)ii (ioi.njiiiiTH, Sacrotary.
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MEMPHIS, TEXJU
At Close of Ilnalnraw. Hay 29, isse.
RCNOtltt'Et.
Lana and Disoounta il.lsn.Wl 35
Memiihia Compromise Honda IK)
Cotton Exchanve Memtiership 21 (a)
HankinKBouae and ouioe nxtures au.ui i mi
Einonsna... H.T i t6
riinhtKchni(e tWH
Ciuh oil hand W.l'Jd 6o- 62S.1J0 73
Il,772,f.i74
..I m,K,n on
,. llH.77ti 64
LIABILITIES.
Capital Paid up
Undivided Profits
Interest and Exchange.
40,'rW W
JJepoalla
1.013,11(8 51
ll.772,.34 74
DIRECrR9.3
A. Varcaro. Wm. A. WltllatiJon.
Joseph Urur-e, Napnjeon liili.
H. Uudley Drayier, K. Unaley. .
8. P. Kfd. BorJ. Ba')h.
John H. Pepper, Jaa. H. UcDayitt,
xaaao n. nnowuea, .
OFfHEKft.
NAPOLBON HILL. Prei lent
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vlm-l'rea dent
8. P. READ Cihier
For
$10.00.
A lnrge stock of oomutoaj LI BIRER
at tio per 10OO feet.
WILLIAMS A CO.
CHANCERY SALE
OF
SEAL ESTATE.
Ho. M22, R. D. Chancery Coort of Shelby
county pute or lenneaaeo lor ue, etc.,
ti. Mary K. Aahford etal.
BY virtue ol aa interlocutory derree for
tale entered in the above cauae on tho
4th day of January, im, H. B. fO, pae
6.17,1 will lell, at publie auction, to the
nigneat Didder, In Iront ot too Clora ana
Muter'i oftioe, courthouie of Shelby county,
Memphil, Tenn., on
M . 1 . . U .1
Kfwray, July a a , in,
within legal houn, the following de
scribed property, aitoated in bhelbycounty,
Tenneaaee, to-wit: The math part ol let 5,
block SH, frontia. 35 faet on the eaat aide of
St. Martin atreet by a depth of 219 feet, aaid
lot oemg KX) feet nortn oi Linden atruei.
Term a of Sale On a credit of aiz ni'inthit
notea with aecurity, bearing Interest, re
al re. 1 ; lien retained; redemption barred,
hia Juna 2rt. I vv.
S. I. MrDOWELL, Clerk and Matter.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy 0. and M.
1.11. adC. W.liviikoU,6v!i.
Kremer's
GREAT JUNE
THE LAST
AND
Greatest Part Of It!
"We have juat taken atock, and hay vol
untarlly come acroai many and varloua
pieoei af Uooda that ahould ha to been eold.
Wo have than:, and are deairoui that you
hould have them. What la tho ranaoo to
priooT Wall, wo have divlded.tho price In
two will tbat plaaaa you?
Monday. Kremer's
Sella every abort length In the house at
ONK HAL If 1 11 K PKICli-no mat
tor the goods or tho price.
AT OCR REMNANT COUNTERS.
10 font a. 3S CtiBta, 60 Cento, l OO
and li on.
Than tha balance of them are at Half Price,
no matter what tney axe.
MONDAY, JUNE 28th,
Hats!
lOOO AT 10 CENTS,
AT TCIKENEIVS,
fur atl aiael, ages, and ocnditlona,
all freah, deairablo now itylee,
each customer limited to two hula.
5000 Sprays French Flowers
at lOo a 8ray. Such bargain!
never before and never again will
bo offered.
10c a Pair for Keatl Hid Ulov for
vl UN DAY It HKE.VCH'M,
IOOO Kent Linen Collars at 0 Cento,
For $25,
A nobby Kramer Dreaa In red, white or
cream, made to order, t it and Itylo
perfect. Hot one.
IUrgalus la LucPH lnunmerablo
Eea Kremer'i aeries of short lenitha. fee
whu( you can buy on Mondny at
Krouier'a lor littlo money.
1-2 and 1-3
represent the proportionate amount of
money you have to lev out to get value on
Monday in Hremor a 11 at Department.
nEMF.mtF.K MONDAY
At KREMER'S i Inc. 2V, 50c, $1, tJ all will
have t lie prince or uargnine, and giving
the purohaaer great bonollta.
PARASOLS! WRAPS !
(iicat InduoemanU.
Bhort lengtlia atCio, 10i, Zm, Mo and 11. Im
mense bargains.
45c.
1000 Ostrich riumcs at 15c
MONDAY
AT KREMER'S.
NEE KREMER'S
GREAT 45 CENT CORSET
For Lajloa and Mlaaea Monday.
THE LAST
oaday In J nne bat a Ureal Monday
IN TRADE.
Came ! See 17a). Ton Cannot
AH'ogii to Mlao It.
KREIHIER'S
DK. K. L. LASKI,
Physician, Surgeon and Acconcher,
RKSIDENCK AND OFFICE,
31.1 Malu Ntret't, Ner Unloii.
Telophone No.' 88. '
CHANCERY SALE
OF
HE A In ESTATE.
No. 63St, R. D. Chancery Court of fihelby
county htate ol Xenneasoe lor une, etc.,
vs. jnsopnine Vienna ei hi.
"IJY virtue of Bn Interlocutory decree for
Jk-J Sltio, enioreu in me auove cnu.e uu me
221 day of January, I KM, M. B.81. peire H;H,
I will sell, at publio auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Mustor'i
oflice, Court-homo of tiholby oounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Natara-ar, July .11, IM,
within legal houn. tho following described
property, aituated In Shelby oounty, lenn.,
'"i'he 'north part ot lot S. block M, fronting
$1 feet on the eaat aicleol bt. Martin atreet,
anil viinn Ine back 219 feet, more or leas, the
north line of laid lot beiog 2t)0 Icet south of
Ileal e atreet. ..... .
Part of lot J, block V, 40 feet front by M
feet deep, northeast oornor o( Main and Lin
den atreeta. .... .,
forma of gale On a credit of all monthat
note with leourity, bearing Interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
Thia June 1, Isht).
8. I. MrDOWELL. Clerk and Maator.
By U.K. Walsh, 1. O. and M.
1. 11. aud C. W. lleiakoll, aolidtora.
CHANCERY SALE
OF
REAL ESTATE.
No. 5321, R. D. Chancery Court of Bhelby
TOIini.OlSl HI 1 gun..".. ,v. vw.,
va. Joneoh lleineaet al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
aale entered in the above eauao on the
22d das of January, lfteo, M. il. 61, sac. im.
t will aeii ei dbouo auouuu, w iu. ui.u
twavhiddor, in front o the Clerk and Maat.r'l
ol.T-e, eourtnouao oi oa.iey
Piaa, laoa.i v.
Matnrdar. July SI. 1HM.
within legal houn, the following deicrlbed
property, lituated ia bhelby oounty, Ten
nessee, to-wit:
. ... in 1 an u V. .nhill.i, n rrnnt.
1.01. II SUU u, noiuuni
III! 7ft feet each on the weat aide of Rose ave
nue, ana running oca lee., ouiu u
property of Aaa belby, Jennie Talbot and
othera. ,..' kr1tvician. front.
LiiiV -11, M. I'm-"11 -
Ing 60 feet on the eaat 11 e ol Missiasippi av
enue, ana running tsos ueiwn. i'-1 ii"i
Its-son the north line ltf3 leet, and on tbe
.u i: l;oi. tn mn elUv. heinff the
viriiiu iiitw - r .
third lot north of Chapin avenue.
Term- ol Bain on a tra in m uiu.i.u.,
note'.with security, bearing intereatrenuirecl;
lien retained; redemption barred. Inn
June. lv. .r ,.....
(5. 1. IH:im r.uu, liera bdu aii"Mr.
By U. F. Waleb. deputy Clerk and Maater.
t, II. AC. VV. Uoukell.SUlciWri.
GILBERT RflJNE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Room 1 ( Cottoa Exchange BalldJnf. Telephone COS.
nspiiBszjsi'Tzsi'aii
AWE IX
eoatll. (nearly) J3.000.0M
nvawieaaealerar ie.w Tark I.I44,AH1
Vnloia aat Calalornla.... I.14a.4
Anaerlran atarety t'ompaay, MaklaaT llond. at aar.ty.hlp.
All claaaea of property Ina.re l. Bneclal Attention given to Inaurlng Country Storajt;
. KTiaa-K ttRatKrat.
1
"THE NTAMatlllt
PAULO It AND CHAPEL STILES, 135.00 AND UPWARD.
arTEBMS-Caah. or May Monthly Inttallmenta. Write for Illustrated Catalnguo.-V
O. TSL. BCOUOK. dSb CO.
Ntn.: ti.iviN ok tiii: NoiiTiiwiair,
3To. OOO ZtXaxlu St., Meiupltla, Toun.
Ho. 11 I'nlaaa Nlrwl, siiwlivlllo. ajo. mm OKvs satrof. at ltnt.
i ' TQtL ' 7
GERMAN BAM,
CAPITAL 93.-.O.0OO
DinMOTOIlB I
LOI7I8 IIANAUKR, D, P. IIAlMiKN, J.J.JENNY. J. W. COCHRAN.
K. C. liKAVKH, H. II. VANCK, JACOII W KLLER, WM. KATZKNIiiirlQBIl
J. 8. R011IN60V. J, T. PUT IT, J. I. FKOsT. VY. C. MoUliURK.i
UKOnUB ARNOLD. ED WD GOLDSMITH. - ,
OPFIOHnHi
JOHPI W. CUCHKAW, lreMent.
. t llH sHII tJOI.DKMtTtl. t'aerilor.
apOlliktaris
SELTZER
B. J. Semines & Cfo
imm
ml
Capital, $200,000.
J. U. GODWIN, Pres't. J. M. U00DB
Borcl of
T. B. TTRLEY,
W. H. BRUCE.
F. M. NELSON,
J. M. O0ODBAR.
M. GAVIN,
T. B, BIMSj,
CHARLES KNEY,
H. T. COOPER,
Ja ila DiTlIlIli VllIaaUrL3
nr f ii? 1 1 lr r u n m u m ry, .
JOHN AKMIKTKAD, 0. It. BRYAN. A. W. NEWBOM,
arA ne)raiury of tha Rfata of fauaeaaM. Tranauwit. m MeMral ftanklauj
n. n, n iiiMinnviii i. a. uwriini u, rv. turr
iiw.i mmm sea tivee Ft t.i n i
And Commission Merchants!
'Non. 3-1 mini 2G MndlHon Hire et. Wcmiihln'.
II1I0I & SMI
WHOLESALE
Iry Goods, Jolions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FDIUflSiflNG GOODS;
Noa. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
WE ARB IN DAILY RECEIPT OP DEblRAULK Nflll! AIVIv NVHHKB
UlMIDS, whioh we otter to the Trade upon the moat favorable tones. Our prioof
will compare lavorably with thuae of any market in the United btutea. Wo aro Agent for
TflnnciMco Munafuclurliiff Co.'g I'IiiIiIh, Drills, Shoctlriir, MLIrtlng, Etc.
i j n
THE PETERS
N. M. JONES. Proaldent.
W. I). Jf. 8AWRIE,
llaMaaaon lo
MASUFACTDKERS OF THE
QitaiCate'FiiiEMEiiis
36, 3S and 40 Jcllorson Street.
DIlinOTOIlHl
JONES, JNO. K. BPKED. I. P. PETER3, OEO. ARNOLD, W. T. F. SAWBIK.'
N. M
2?o Tlao
rW. hav. aold our ontlro lualneai to
Il . ...ll.nineA nf ipi.la an ltln.ll alVtCBdad lO
MVt VUV IM m fv u vM av v wa w
AMETt,'
ly.M
Hsaoavlll. r Hanaville.M 1U,M(
rheeaia af Brtmkiya (Ma
rino Department).. e1.llO.4lM
ni.1 Till.? lt nni n i
ii:att gin o.
Manufacturer'atAgenti fori
Daiilt l I'rutt ( ottou Ulna,
FKEDKR3 AN D CONDENSERS,
AMI) '
nmili:y, smith av
co..
Manufacturers of
I'ratt Krllpms Under twine, Feed
ere and Win Hrnalrra.,
m to 104 Toplitr St., Momphlg.
v-Pratt Heyolvlng-llond Ulna une-
ualed. btock now complete, l'rloeo
jl .dui'ed. Correspondence and order,
aiilicited. Uld Hina Repaired in Firat-
olasa lininr. All vork gunrenteen.
LIEUPUIS, TENN.
NlIIU'Ll'S $110,000
w. v. Mrt'l.I KE, Vlre-i'roaldent.
WATER.
if
Surplus $25,000.
0
Alt, Yleo-PresU. C. II.'BAIME, Cwhler
xyirmotorm
j. p. ooDwra,i
J. W. PALLH,
nilll JTve DUAtia
ti ij- i n i attt w if t J
AiittMiioa i. eoiriiiiw-vMa
Tvr tvt o tv oaIsTI.
j
O. W. TOMLIN.
WM. BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Toinlm t Benjc
170 Slain St., Memphis.
Offer ipeclal Induoamenta In Open Bngdot
of our own make, at t6 Top Buxgiea ot
our own make, at Hill. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
mr ITavIng disposed of onr entire atock ot
Vehicle! and tho Manufacturing Depart
ment to Meaara. TOMLIN k itKNJtS, wa
bcapeak for them a oontinuanc of th.
patronage ao long emended to ua.
WOODRUFP-OLIVKR,.,,.
CARRIAOR A HARDWAHB COMPArTT.
& SAWRIE GO.
iiM
I. C. wo-0 v loe-rreameuv.
Secretary and Treaiurer.
Paler. Sawrle,)
44 MAGNOLIA BIUJiD"
Trad.
tho PETEM A 8AWKIE CO.
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