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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SUNDAY. JUNE 9; 1889.
MEMPHIS LiW SCHOOL
tMTBBBSTINa COMMENCEMENT SX
EBCISBS LAST NIOHT.
pumarksbla Standing Achieved by tha
Graduate An Average of 100 All
Bound Judge Morgan' Address
Eloquent Remarks of Judge Sneed.
Despite the inclomoncy of the weathor a
fairly numerous crowd wituessed the first
coraiuoiiceuiont of the Momphls Law
School, which, though but a year old, vin
dicated iu rijjht to exist by graduating a
class, woll equipped for success in thoir
chosen profession. As announced by
JuJgo John L. T. Sneed, the head of the
faculty, every one of the graduates went
through a courso of study begun fourteen
. months ago, and each of them had to go
through an examination in writing em
bracing 1,017 questions, and remarkable as
it may appoar every mnn of thorn made au
average of 100. This spoaks well of the
thoroughness of tho instruction that ob
tains at tho college, and the intelli
gence and industry of those who received
their' diplomas last night. Judgo It L.
Morgan, Judgo L. P.Cooper and Mr. John
I. Houston occupied scuts on tho platform
with Judgo Huood, and the following
young gontlemon olliclalod as ushers: A.
k Fulls, C. It. Strain, Ollio Williford, M.
V. McFadden. Quite a number of ladies
were present and listened with interest to
tho papers read by graduates, especially
that of Mr. Laudis on "Marriago, a sub
ject of never tailing freshness to the femi
nine mind. A lady unknown to Mr.
Landis was to well pleased with his essay
that she sent him a buwiuot of Uowora,
tho only Moral oift nf tlm t.vi.nini;
.) The exorcisos Ihjsii with an essay on
"Ancient ami Modern Tenures," read by
its author, Charles Weston Fray nor. who
not only displayed an Intimate knowledge
of iiis subject, but covered a vast deal of
ground within a brief compass of space
and time. Ho was roundly applauded
' when lie got through, as were all who
HUOII STEWART IIAYLBY
followed with an essay on "Actions at
Law aud the l'luadings," which was also
a line pioca of condensation, compressing
within brief limits a comprehensive re
view nf the law upon the subjects treated.
Mr.'lluyley's paper was well written and
Ktkcis credit upon its author.
DAVID HAY NIXON
read a paper on the Law of Contracts.
which proved conclusively that ho also
had well improved the fourteen mouths
ucvoieu to ins law similes, lie txuevj tne
evolution of tho law of contracts from the
lionk of (iem-sis down to Cnilty and 1'ar
aons on the same subject, an J presented
liis matter clearly aud with intelligence
MR. A4.DKRT EDWARD RELSOX,
principal of Nelson's Hiinlness College,
anil a young man of fine presence, read au
csuuy on Negotiable Taper, which not only
evuieed deep research ami carelul tlioiiglit,
but wliirb had the additional merit of be
ing present in a good, lliient, readable style.
Mr. .Nelson traced the history of bills of
exchange from 1314 down to the present
time anil cxpoumled the present law on
the subject so clearly as to place his mean'
ing w ithin the reach of tho humblest Intel
lit l. As Mr. Nelson dues not propose to
pruclleo law, but inten.Js to lixluro on
commercial law at hi own college, ho la
to U congratulated upon having the
Iiieullv o intelligent exiMMitlon so dearly
developed, lie will undoubtedly make a
gixxl law lecturer.
OkOHIII S. LANIHS
dim-nursed Uon "The Contract of Mar
riiiiw." and as delivery was graceful and
Iiis articulation deliberate and distinct, he
sticciiMml In making a tine Impression
Mr. laindis'e matter wa well written, and
cmtiellishod here and there with touchea
of aenliraent naturally iuspired by his rev
ereiice lor the suliject
1 his concluded the exercises of the grad
nates, one of their number, Mr. F-dmund
JlamMiili, being absent.
Jmlge It. J. Morgan followed with an
address, from which extracts are herewith
JUDOC MOIIO AX' AtlDRKM.
Young Gentlemen Windings I do here
tonight in your presence to say a few words
to yii as you leave this study hall toenter
nixin the strifes anilcuutest ol busy life, I,
your senior in years, snv to you that the
raee of life is to be won by earnest ami do-
votei stu.lr. the inanol genius, socslleii,
verwon ri?a by natural gilts or by
ftie force of grniiis unaided, it is tho
Mdinus thinking man that ia the success-
lul man In the tirolt'asioiis. The college.
with ita graduation, only pn'ares you to
enter into life. If you stop work and cast
wa;' your ixm.ks, ii you reiy upon wnai
. you have already acquired and trust aim
I Iv to your own experience aud observa
tion, you will find in tho end that you
have not won the raior secured tho prise.
I recognise the fact that many, perhse
too many, iHioks have been written, and
that tuany persons rely simply Uxn the
iruniiilation of knoaltslge aud do not
devote thought and critical Investigation
to the subjects that Come in review before
thvm. This 1 probably true. ' Hut the
rn.ul fal raimiiina tliat nnavlmf .m iviinM
Ihrotiu'li our exiieriencesnd tbeexierionce
of oilicrs. Ilow limited is our own vision,
ami bow scant tho knowledge we draw
fmiu our own rxMrietice Without tho
great help of IxMiks and tho beiicllt tn be
ueriven irom uinir siuur wo wuuui mil
ours-Ives circiimn rlU-d bv our own ob'
acrvalions and tho traditional teaching of
those who have Bono before us.
The man of learning need uot be linanL
servant or lees practical localise ho has
nv-re auurces from wliicli to draw the
knolelgn for a successful prosecution of
y, profession. Indeed, if bo be worthy of
liu eoiill.lum-u ol (lie puniic no Will draw
lessons of w imloin fioiu any aoiircc. Wo
know but little ami can liwrn but little
fro:n our own limited: resources. N ienre
and knowledge have aided us hi every
fs.l)le way. They have enlarged our
eision; they have opeuod our ears, and
Lave sirongtlienel our stammering sin-ecu,
"i e see now hunilie-L) of milea where for
merly we saw only a short distance. We
ran now bear the nliisiH-rings of friends
or the demands of trade, or the progress of
Biieuce at distances hrretoloro incredible
even to the imagination. We rait send
the burning words, tho lolty sentences.
thiMiroudest tlioughls scroM iM-esns an
continents na fust ss electricity csn flash
from cloud to cloud or from earth to sky
Not fmm ntw low rl.mil,
tinl array mountain w.a h.th IihiihI a Innfftis
Ami IVra siMttvrs lure"!! It.t an.ty slirni't
t liai k to Jiiiuua Alisv wliuoslti lu lirr al'.u.l "
None noed this knowledge more than
the lawyer. Ita necessity Is alwava before
lil in and Ita bene II ta csn always be utilised.
I am not going to say to you, young gen
tlemen. that you are not to sock any recre
ation, that you are to keep away Irom so
cial pleasures. Oh, no. They are not
liurtliil II properly indulged.
You wlllsnd ought to admire the beauty
of youth and see liie form and feature of
young womanhood the sparkling eye and
ill tuple cheek, the wiiwuiue lorut and
elas'ic atep, tho laugh that wins and the
S'uti that ruins.
Now that ia the romance the poetry of
Mo. They want something ol the substan
tial. The man to ihluk aud work must be
fed. 1 be wife, If she duos nut do the find
ing, she must ace that It is done. Here
the Judge recited Moreditu'a well-known
we msj live without poetry, pualc and art," etc.
wiuo troui iuu jist biinv ruua
through the poetry of Owen Meredith,
the reality should bo a prudent and decent
uiamago at tne proper uuio, xnaiuay
will come. It almost always comes. When
it does come be true to that pledgo, as you
must bo truo to your duties and obligations
as a lawyer, and you will bo succossfuland
Uoutinuing. the eloquent irnntletnan
made further and happy illustrations, em
phasizing his lesson that work is the koy
to success in law as lu all other fields of
human endeavor. Wo cannot reproduce
tho speech at length, but must content
ourselves with saying it fully sustained
the Judge's reputation for learning and
Jl'DOK JOHXL. T. SXEED
followed with a closing address, which did
him honor and will doubtlesa long be re
membered by the Alumni as aa incentive
to exertion when the disappointments of
life cause their spirits to flag. The key
note of his 8eet'h was that work supplo-
ineutau by intelligence ts an absoluto guar
antee of success in the legal profession. He
appealed to his brother lawyers present
to sustain him la tho declaration
that work, morality and a high senso of
professional honor and a reasonable share
of intelligence was tho certain road to
preferment in the law. "e-ubjugate dis
trust as well as self-conceit and vanity."
he said "the further you advance in tho
law yon will discover that whutover you
may Know is but a drop lu tbe ocean ol
lio then warnod his hooters' that the
study of many books did not always mean
much learning. It Is tho man of few
books who succeeds in life, because he
has mastered thoin well.
Ho then told the class not to conflno
their studies to law. A familiarity with
polite literature would ouly add to a law
yer's armory. Chief Justice Marshall said
of Wm. rincknov. tho greatest advoeato
of his time, "Ho wields llio club of Her
cules, but always encircles it with flowers.
Judge Kneed wound up Ilia address with
a magnificent tribute to tho bar and bade
farewell to tho class in feeling terms.
Distributiou of diplomas and leave-takings
followed. In the abscneo of Judge
Henry Crnft, who was unable to bo pres
ent on account of sickness, the (diplomas
were aistritiutea ny Jiulgo Kneed.
Rsx-lsl llstcb to Tho Appeal.
Chattanooga, Teim., Juno 8. Chatta
nooga jumped on render, Atlanta's crack
pitcher, today in tho second inning, and
rattled tho visitors, innking four runs oir
of three hits, und a hao on balls on thoir
two errors. A gain Atlanta fnccdan almost
impregnable held, and had to earn her
runs, Chattanooga's four errors lieing scat
tering and without cost Tho work of tho
local out Held waa line, lor. I stopping two
runs in the fifth after two men were out by
making a brilliant runniug catch of a hot
liner over shortstop, ( airoll. Chattanoo
ga's new pitcher, did well, but was wild
at times. He ia improving, aud will make
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Nummary l-arnod runs Cbatlanoog.t
4, Atlanta 3. Two baao hits McCov,
Kingsley, render, Monlc Three base hits
Nust, IJtx. Double plays Nua and
stiller. Ituse on bulls Dy Carroll 3, by
1'ender t. Hit by pitcher Tender 1. Car-
roll 1.1'assod balls-DoWM I.Colgan l.ritolen
liases tHiatlanooga 5, Atlanta 1. Left on
bases Chattanooga h, Atlanta 0. First
bane on errors Chattanooga 1, Atlanta 1.
Luipiro llollord. linn ol game 1:40.
Ft. Iouis S, llultlinore 1
llrouklyn 14. Iiulsrille 3.
Athletics 1 1, Kansas City 2.
Washington 7, l'hilsdelphia
Cleveland 10, ritUhurg 5 (drat game).
Cleveland .1, l'ittsburg i.(rcoiid game).
TUB PHONOOBAPU COMPANY.
Complete Organisation Effected Daily
Exhibitions In tbe Cotton Exchange.
The Tennessee rhoongraph Company is
now regularly orgiiniio'l with tho follow
ing board of directors: W, M. Duncan, W.
8. Puck worth, Jero llaxter ami J.C. llrad
ford of Nashville, and U. . Macrae and
11 Dudjey F'rayser, of Memphis. Tho
olllrcrs aro A. Pahlgreen, president: W.
H. 1 'uck worth, ice pruaidenl, and T. II.
Snienln. a-x-n-tarv and treasurer. Tim
p-ncral manager (or tho wbolo hlato is to
no elected in a low nays, ani men uotn
the (ihonograph and the graphophono will
bo placed at once. Tho stock certillcatiai
have been issued and the Memphis stock
has been seiil to Ilund Hume, who has
charge of tho business here, to deliver to
the stockholder. Public exhibitions are
given daily, in the conipany'a oillea in
llio Cotton Kxchnngo ItuiUling, from 10 to
II iu the morning anil from to 3 in the
afternoon. F. very body Is Invited.
The Death er Mr. William II. Mewarw
A very largo circlo ol friends grieves
today over the news of the death In New
York City of Mrs. Win. II. Seward, the
had gone, accompaniod by bcr biuhand
aud daughter, to that city to undergo a
surgical operation, and her death was tho
deplorable issue. Hie wsa a Miss Fon
taine, and she waa universally beloved be
cause of her most engnuina character.
which comprehended every trait that
makes woman lovsblo. Hbo was earnest
in all good works, and her lifo was a
besutiful record of absolute devotion to
dutiea of affection and kindness.
llMWIIalll Nareerew.lr A4.
lt'isvu.i.R, Ky., June K, Two men
went to tbe bouse of Mr. Iavid laMsy,
a wealthy farmer living near Corydoo,
Iud., last night, pretending that tboy
wanted to buy cattle. Tliey were asked
to remain all night, but after supper drew
revolvers and ordered LaMav to live uo
bis money. Ho started to run and they
opened fire on hi in, shooting him three
times and once dangiroiialr. They fled
men ami mere is do cms to tliolr Identity.
i.nay cuuumon is serious.
J ace so a Mockd Huoday Concert 10
cents, rinaioro Huoday night 00 cents.
Subscribe for TL Weekly Appeal
Judge DuBose is confine,! tn his
The Donohuo casa waa roninrnmise,!
yostorday by each party paving half tho
On the 10th and 20th instant students
for the Stato Univeraitv will be examined
Samuel Drake, colored, was arroated
last night charged with stealim; a watch
from Klius Scruggs.
The 1 oung Men a Hebrew Association
will hold their regular monthly mcolim.'
this afternoon at -:U0 o'clock.
Justice ltlaekwell bound over William
Morris yesterday on a charge of refusing
to divide the road and assault.
Harry Joromo, a hack driver, was ar
rested lost night charged with assaulting
another hackman with a kmle.
A piece of a lady's cold nccklaco upon
which was engraved tho liamo of Alethia
Allen, waa found by the police yesterday.
The Southern Fx press Company will
forward, free of charge, all money contri
butions to the Conemaugli Valley suf
ferers. One hundred and fifty-nino colored
teachers were examined by Superintend
ent Miss Nollio O'Donncll, aud thoir pa
pers will be passed on soon.
A largo sou ad of tho Chickasaw Guards
drilled from 5 to 0 o'clock p.m. yesterday
on the company's parade ground, cornor
Court, Jefferson and Third etrueta.
Wash Kennodvtran his wagon Into a dog
cart, in which waa Mr. Cook, of tbetiayoso
Hotel, and his son. overturning the vehicle
and injuring ita occupants. Ho was ar
rested. Tho local branches of tho Irish National
League will givo a joint picnic iu FUtival
Park, Wednesday, Juno li and devote
the proceeds to tho flood aulTcrers in
Au excursion to West Side Tark. fol
lowed by a hop, will bo given next Fri
day, under tho auspices ol Grace Church
Uuild. lickels lor sale at Ulapp A lay
lor'a book store.
The Knights of Honor, through Mr. J.
M. lioodhar, chairman of llio finance com
mittee, remitted yesterday foOO for the
sullerors at Johnstown, 1'a., and will bavo
some more to send this week. .
The coming picnic at F'jttival Park to be
given bv the Hrennan aud Duvilt brunches
of tho Irish National ljmd league, June
12, promises to be quite an extensive af
fair. The proceeds will be seul to tho
Police J udge Haddeu fined tho colored
railroad laborers, anestud for digging on
ltroadwny street against orders Irom the
citv authorities, $1 apiece yesterday. The
railroad attorneys and counsel for the la
borers appcalod the cases.
Messrs. K. Witznutnn A Co. have sent
Tub Api'kal copii's of "Commencement
Waltx," bv F. D. llaara, professor of music
at tho lifue Mountain Female College,
Mismssippl. It will bo found a pleasing
piece and not diltlcult of execution.
Tho Montgomery Guards are ordered to
reKrt at their armory in full dress uniform
at lO .'W o'clock this morning, lo attend
divine service at tho Strangers' Choreh.
litis is one occasion whoa the lioys should
make llio beat possiblo showing, numeri
cally. llio regular monthly meeting ol tho
Women's Christian Association will lie
held tomorrow (Monday) morning at 10:30
o'clock at No. 07 Union street Adjourned
meeting of the Hoard ol In rectors at U :i
o'clock. A full attendance ia earnestly re
ihu Mouth .Memphis m. r. Minday
school will give s basket picnic at Hag
gerty'a (irove, on tho Mississippi A Ten
neasee Itailroad, next Tuesday, Ihellth
Inst. Train w ill leave Mississippi A Ten
nessee IS-pot at 11:30 o'clock a. in. K very
one who goes with them is assured a good
time. Hound trip -j and 13 cents.
Hv an inadverteuco Miss Msrie Ram-
haul's name was omitted from the priutud
program at the Higheo ScIkmiI enter
tainment on Friday night This was
apologised for in so felicitous a manner by
Miss lliglee that the inrl.lont only added
to the interest in one of the most charm-
inc recitations Tho Itnikcn Pitcher.
A numler of children of SU Jiswph's
congregation have been pn-paring for lirst
cominuiiion fur tho last thro months.
This morning, at U l") o'clock, a solemn
high mass wiil be chanted, during which
the children will approach tho altar and
receive, for the first time, the sacrament
of holy eueharisL A suitable musical
program haa liecn arranged by 1 roL ink
ier, the organist
A fair attendance only was drawn by the
match game of baseball between two crack
amateur nime at Clliiens' Park yesterday
afternoon, for llio honclllof the Johnstown
sulfcrcrs. Tho Hendricks Club detested
tho Vance Slresit stars by a score of 0 lo 'i.
Tho test urii of the game were the Ditch
ing of r-ollivao and catching of toll ins.
The Hendricks Club challenges any lxy
amateur team for $-' hend am-ptanee to
1. Iluun, manager, Mesturu luiou holo
Tho chihlren of St Patrick's Parish
School will give their annual entertain
ment next Tuesday evening, at 8 o cloek.
at the Y. M. II. A. Hall, corner of Second
and L'nion. It is to refer in terms of com
pliment to the coming ellorts of the iiniuls
of this school, as they have established
Iheir claims to praise in iast years. Tub
Appeal but anticipates the entertainment
of Tuesday evening next by aaying that
the friends aud Patrons ami others of the
citiscns who shall honor the occasion
aitove mentioned, will be entertained in-di-cd.
EIOUT CAbKHI K1U11T CABESI
Containing Over fiU.OOO, 60,000 Im
ported Cla are
Have been recivud by us direct from
Havana, through tho 'Memphis Custom
Hons"', during tho past we-k; among
which are Hiligeiiclaa, Henry Clay.
Flor de Smnelsoti and many other equally
fine and standard brands. We are the
only llrm in Memphis who receive fre
quent shipments of imported cigars and
our patrons are incrcioro enabled to gel
only fresh cigars from us.
I. FUMKMO n UO,,
Tlie Pirect Importers of Memphis,
r. B. We sell baa.-l.sll ticket.
Go to Floyd A Miwney's for dlnnor. All
the luxuries of tho season. ' Ihning-room
always cool, clean and pleasant
I.... li Wl.jM. . Pintail
equal to new. Memphis Steam laundry.
irJt Second street llraiich olhce, ii
Ai adison sireeu
l.lsl el t BMlvllveretl 1ltfana
i a Iwrsnt-a
J W Cunt
I' Miller A Co
A H I rrs lwf II A Co
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I II H-mils
llstlMt HDltlh Co
Mrs r U AruitUuui
II. r sit olti.a
Mim Hslti W hite
A M Mwialf
K I. i nrsn A CO
C a s)r-r
I r Huyle
t A Jimiss
M'uilii S' 'o
s'l'li n, HisiUsi A Co
Woo. I ru 9 illlTai t
lr J I' Mi
A H Merit
J T Jrffi pon A Co
lso I hsiwtli-f
I s, iiiihi.g
(sralim, II unlet A CO
F. 1. 1 opp U
N M Istlur
Iv.hli n Muss Co
II T. .Il.llt
Missi lsm rmrler
ru.llii.n A Sluta
BALDWIN, KNOWLTON & LAKE
J. M. Minor has returned to the city.
Paor. Skward leaves next Saturday for
n n II ....... 11. o Pl,i..n.,n Kliluall.
AJt V. III I. 1 , .11,' .tlu, .....
kco & ft Paul Itailroad, left yesterday.
It R Armoi'k has made application for
membership in the Memphis Cotton Fx-
Visitohs on Chango vesterdav: J. C.
Thomas, Omaha, Nub.; W, T. llatchult,
Miss F.mmib F. Josim. of Kerrville, has
been visiting friends iu the city. 8ho left
yesterday for her homo.
Mus. A. M. Cook i and Miss Currio Lit
tle, nf New York, an visiting Mr. aud Mrs.
II. SI. Noely, on Adams street
Mas. I. ItoKsciiRR, who has been sick
for some weeks at her sister, Mrs. Oppcu
heimor's, residence, ia convalescing.
Simo Kacfmakm and wife hsve re
turned to tho city from the F-ast where
they have boon on a bridal tour for several
Mas, T. E. Dalv. Mrs. J. IV Hill. Miss
Katie Hill aud 11 H.ilv, Jr., bavegono to
Ciucinuali on a pleasure tour on the
Missks NsrNALi Salmons and Itattie
Truman, of Paris, Ark., arrived yesterday,
and are stopping at W. C. Favcr'a resi
dence, No. 01 Jones' aveiiuo.
Mas 8. S. ltumiKs, Jackson, Tenn.; J. 1'
Woodson, Jackson, Tenn.; John P. l'o-
di-sta, i'liicago; W. It Hunkin, Fulton,
Kv.; J. It. Ilishnp, Kansas City, are at the
IV V. Mittiibi.l, genrrnl fndght agent
of tho Newport News A Mississippi val
ley Itailroad, ami J. F. Kecpcr, master
of tninsH)rtutinn of the same road, were
in the city yesterday.
Mas. IIkn May, of Ft loiiis, Is I he
guest for a few days of her brother, I r.
Julius Wise, at No. 2i0 Poplar street Tho
lady has made au extensive lour of the
South, and ia returning homo.
Koiikkt (1 y in. Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. It l Tray lor, and grandson of Mr.
M. (iavin, died al the family home, ltich
inoud, Vs., last Wednesday, June 5. Ho
was only eight months old.
At Putty's: J. Jeffrey, Camden, Tenn.;
F.J. Inm.inn, A. lloyd, l'ocahonlss, Ark.;
K F. iMran, Arkansas Citv, Ark.: It A.
Ilrown, I'uncan, Miss.; Ii. K. Harris,
Helena, Ark.; C.-U. Harris, Forrest lily,
Tux l!ev. Dr. Trailer will nreai h in tho
First Itaptisl Church loilay, both morning
ami night. The Ifev. Mr. Venable ia ab
sent in Mississippi, where he is to preach
this morning the annual sermon before
the Troy Institute.
Mismhh. Arthur Oilsion, Jr.. Iiuis (iih-
son, Itatlle llrowa and Harry lalley, all
have paarage cngnged In the steamer I ity
of New York, sailing from New York on
June Id, for IJverpool, Paris KxHiition
and an extended Furo;an lo ir.
Miss I1ksir M incur, of Memphis,
and Miss Carrie llello Kuykendall, ar
rived In the city Friday from IVIIcwood
Semiiisrv, Anchorage, ' Ky. Miss Ik-lla
Kuvkeiidall, alter a aliort visit here, lelt
lor her home in Yicksburg, Miss.
Fimks Kkkd, traveling itassenger agent
of Ihe Memphis A Little IIih k lbiilroail,
srri-ed in I lie city perorting a number of
sclusil girls Irom 'Cedar Itlulf College, Ky.
Mr. Charles Hatch took charge of them
here aud will escort them to their homes
Tin marriage of Mr. J. A. F.vans snd
Miss Marion lioyle will lake place at Cal
vary Church next Tuesday morning al 9
o'clock no cards. A multitude of friends
are awaiting tho ceremony to dower Ilia
contracting partica with a wealth of good
Capt. J. II. Mauti snd (). II. p.
Pier lesve this morning for New Orleans
tn attend a Confederate veterans' reunion.
The gentlemen namnd represent the Ten
nessee l'ivision, anil the meeting at New
Orleans, which rxgius tomorrow, ia do
signed lo effect a general organisation.
Missm Jkikis ami llrnuri Fo'irn, of
Itobinsoliville, Miso.; Misses lm Wallsee,
A loise Johnson and the Misses llaimgan,
of llos, Arlu, were in the city Fnday,
accompanied by (1. W. losli-r. The'so
young ladies have just returned from Flor
ence, Ala., where they have lai n attend
J. IV Lpmoips Paris, Tenn.; T. M.
Williams, Nashville; J. II. l'hilli llcl
ens, Mont; W. Mieilds, Nstchea, Mia ;
l A. Wilson, Florence, Ala.; Ir. T. II.
Ilntes, Utile liN.k; U. A. Williams, At
hints; L. Msrks. Marks. Miss ; t II.
tireen, IVJivar, Tenn.; II A. White, Hoi
ivar, Miss,, aro at (intiin's.
Mrs. Carnis A. Jo.iis and daughter,
Miss Sidlie, have Ixt'il the guests ol Ir.
and Mrs. Williford. No. .11.1 Pophir, for
two we-ks. Miaa Sulhe ralhwl stillicienily
from her extreme Illness, with the advico
of three attending ' physicians, to be re
moved to her homo In kcrrullc, Tono.,
on yesterday morning's train.
At the Peabody: M. T. Ixiwson, Iuis
ville; Col. A. C. i:ihthnre, Chicago; (I.
W. lUai k, Columbus, .; J. M. Archer,
Msmmoth hprings, Ark.; IL F. Mitrhell,
(reneral ticket agent C. AO. It It; W. V.
Sullivan and wife, Oufnrd, Miss,; Jimie
Johnson, Hernando, Miss.; L. J. Young,
Wadsworth, O,; Lima J. 1'syno, Utile
At the Oavosot W. V. Moore. Clnrln
nsti; James C. Johnson, IsHiisvillo; Win.
Fitlen, Cini-lnnali; Hoy West, Monte
Ssno, Ala; Thos. F. Smith, Uiuisvlllo;
Misa Lldie Pollard, Aiuuta, Ark; Miss
(iertrudo Sandeisnn, Mrs. Fly 1homsoii
snd child, Aiiga.-tii, Ark; It II. Flliott,
Ksnsas City; A. Stewart, New Orleans,
T. II. Maddex, No Yotk; C. F Shiff,
AtUio Fransioli Hotel: J. W. Fulton,
Lusliv, Misa.; J. C. Urkiu and wife,
and W. J. Sullivan, Jut kw.n, Miss.; J. C.
Meyers, W.J. Henderson and W. ; t ban
ned, llubinaonvlllc, Miss.; P. T. Itaiford snd
Y, N. Usvia, llyhslis. Misa.; I. J. On lids
and W. Shllla. 1'erryville, Tenn ; l. K
Poeand W. A. I'avis, Hay, Ark : It. K
CoaU-a, lUdMrtionvillo, Tenn. J. M. Har
ris, Obion, Tenn.
Tub "Chlckering' upright snd grand
planus used at the lligliee School com
mencement were from the wan-rooms of
the J ease French Piano A Orgsn l o.
TUB DOY8 AT WORK.
How They Will Contribute to the
Johnstown Relief Fund.
A musical and dramatic entertainment
by tho boys of the Hoo Night School will
be given for tho bcncllt of tho Johnatowu
sufferers at tho Memphis Bethel hiitlding,
corner oi Charleston avenue and Adams
street, Thursday night, Juno 13. During
the evening the following nroirrum wilt bo
rendered: Kocltatiou, "Xelghliors;" quor
tct "Touch Mo liently, Father Time;"
niuioguo, "llio laiwsuit bv eight
boys; recitation, "The S'tnt'ion-Mus-lers
Ptory:" instrumental duet; reci
tation, "Virginius;" dialogue "Fight
Nations and Truth." Kindly assisted by
Misses Clinton, Henderson and Holier;
Messrs. Ormahyand I'avis, with inundoliu
snd guitar, Otto Itaimi, James P. McLoo,
OiHirgn lleluriek and other members of
tho orchestra. Admission 23 con la, llio
houso should be crowded.
SUtlMUslslsnl i liana llnrnnJ.
FptY-lal llti h toTha A.smL
Siwankr, Tenn., June 8. Hishop luin
tard'a residence, l ulford Hall, wus du
slmvod bv fire lonielit at H o'clock. Iuaur-
anco ttt.tksi, which will not uonr cover the
hiss, ino line collection ol curiosities was
Tm Wsshlnilaa In SS llanre.
New Y'ork IK hours, lloston 4H hours, by
Memphis A Charleslou Kailroud, only.
Hotiblo daily Pullman Sleepers via Lynch
burg to VVnidiingtou. Parlor cars' and
When out shopping don't forget to call at
Hoyd A Mooncy's for lunch or their do
lieiiins ice cream.
,IU ibn I., k.... I'..... ..... . . . -
r-. . n . .., ,.w .( ,11,, l-Wllir'IHr SUIT1
msiii, Jinn, a, Narsii. fiisrsisk, oilu ui Milium
II. N snt
Id UlSlllI Will bF IskrD to IxMltaVllItf. Kr . for III
.Tilt' II I II lil..,.ll III . I
va Ij.i i.r iiisu.eis, lli u( ( ol. H II. Muall.
Kfinslna will arrive via. I. . N. O. A T. K. It this
(HI NUAY) miriilii( at S utl.sk. Inlcrini'iit at
.s.nriiK, i run.
rHAHK-AI I ho Ml.li'imnmm II. Whsrl.ui.
nn S.'W IUIi-IiiIi Ma.l. hallielav niorilllis si k
I.I-I.. S. Mi. knrv. s.il ii mn, mm ul i hsilia
I'llflcml tnilil lt-l,1ftli IhU IHI'SllAVl iti.iri.ti.tf
al II o'rlisk. Frlrn.li sml siiiialntanna liolinl
le slli'.lil. I arris at slstili-t a
I.IIIMIK NOTIi .",
I )KNS ttoVAI. Alll ll II AI TKH. Nil K.
I V. A. M -Itrn itat.-rn sn.l li.niiln.yy
xllt mil l In nisuvl n.ii,.aaiiiiii MiiNIavV
N HI II I. J.n.r In, al s n'i'l.. k, lot ill-iml. h M l.iil
in- 'sintis cwiiisiiilims IraU-riMllir anil eiitili
Hi uril -rul M OO I'S JllSM. M. K. II. I1.
An.-l Is.iMit '. la.i.ia K, o ir
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON,
Wednesday, June 12, 1889,
r sill si ll si lilllitlraurtliin, In Ih l.liho.l l.l l
ib r, lir i-aah. tlis lw.i li.iliilliitf, mi Nurlll I mirt
tni-l. riu-.i.llia frma Hr.fH.il ursi In lbs Si.iiIIi.
in f.ini Hull llnjr. riiniftiiiis f siimmi. lull h,
It, .11. Mad. Ilmir. Sa-h. Iitsai, I lfnla.-a. rlc, air.
1 l.r pur lis-f In ri'iuuir llta aamr tr.oit iinmUi'S
by July I. Is-l l.ll M. KAIil.lM..
I'n lTi-nn Huh llull.ii. AaMs lalluu.
II I . il H,s, A," M..,,ii r
Mr Mm is. Tr , Jhih-1, sal
Tlia anm.sl rlarii.Mi l. a lu-atil iM I I. n4
llta ri tufa r Ira lii.lirstirs. I iili.t-anv. In M-rva ths
rii,.ilna -ar, a III la. I. .-hi al tlin I i.nisiiiy tulllie,
K.i. Mailia.a ilntl, Mrmiilils, Irmi .
IN ' aaannjf. -SN II, 1 asm
ta larrn Ilia buiirtol Ii si si. 'I 3 . m.
N. HM AINK, risa'L
JtaisT. Ill i rv. SerV
PHINIX WIRE WORKS.
atsi r iismu or
Screen Wirj Doors a Windows
e-Kallmsis rurnbliisl anil firal ('lass Woik at
llraamal.la l'rli-aa (iuaranl"l
338 mONT BT. Tolophonw 1,311
f J !! N Alll OM( I IIT,
11 I T.ftj Miniliy Atirrn.ain, ioc.
ii r ,ls,JY M'iIIT, sis, w ckm.s,
?-'---ja j iirnrriT
t rj JOHHSTOWI SUFFERERS
A -ajJ TU-kai OMra, 90 Mala llraai
lit iri r
FINEST PEBBLES FITTED
PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
0RGILL BROS. SCO.
3ID AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Avery Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapers.
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE HOES
TBI O MAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDINS, MILLER & HAWKINS
304 & 398 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINE9
Chieftain liny Rake, Banner Planter. CUmpboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
t,sam Vwsri Iois Cream Frowaorw. Hanrtlnd and Eye Hoes.
II. T. I.KMMOK,
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
0 and 320 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn,
II. T. I.KMMO. TOM l All:, II. . IHTKIVfJTTAM,
W. I'. alll.l.KR. W Ii. MiKlV. W. II. JOYNKIL
it. I. mrmvmot
"Thore Will Be a Fliiht. and Our Bmall Profile "Will Win."
3? A."JlI.n -N" rl AV TIAA AMS c& CO
Buccaaauia ts WtNII APAMNaNT,
nii7anrf ran Main Rf rani . . . Msmnhlf. Tann.
JKSSK. W. WYNNE,
l-nt.'i.r W rmi", IKjiiiiIsA Iki k, Kurrrsl t'lljr,
Wynne, Love 8c Co.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SCC FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOUT) ITU AMU rONMIONMKNTH HitMCITKD.j
J. T. I.aPHAHK.
LaPRADE, McGRATII & CO.
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 304 FRONT ST HE FT, t t t 1 t MEMPHIS. TENN.
M SkaTOla-fvar Mr,
a. J. IK)MriJio
I SaMaiasa A. M. UajJ's Suns
NO. 318 FRONT ST., M KM PHIS, TF.NN
s s. isrEs a a annts, w. iv Doi.
Z. N. ESTES & CO.
(BCOCtlHU.18 TO t8Tta, IX) AN A CO. )
Wliolcsalo Groom's tond Cotton Factors
W01. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street. Momohli. Tenn.
W. P. MIU.ER,
Our Stock is
W If. I.I AM E. I-OYK.
lalv ul (iiMnlliar, Lova A Co.
Ol IslaanlhsJ . sl.aiss