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THE MEMPHIS APPEALi FRIDAY, JUNE 14; 1889.
4"HB SEASON FOB SPECULATION
FULLY OPENED PP.
County and City Affairs Eooelvlng
Some Consideration The Slates That
Arising Made and Propossd on tbe
Quiet by Interested Parties.
Tho ball la open.
It may have boon the rains which have
LrielitonoJ the earth's green doublet,
filled tho pools and ponds to overflowing
and causod the trooa to weep with every
It may have been the cessation of out
door and indoor businosR that mado people
It might hnve been the springtime
which turns young men's fancies to
thoughts of love, and which turns older
men's fancies to thoughts of love for
No matter what it was, people are think
ing, and when people think they will talk,
and when people talk tho walls and news
pnjwr reporters have ears.
Tho Dortch bill may be to blame.
That measure is regarded as being prob
lematical in Its effects upon tho various
intotcsta concerned, both partisan and
personal. Inspired by these feelings and
impelled by these considerations, opin
ions differ both as to fuudatncnul princi
ples and matters of detail.
Among Democrats tho question of a con
vention is being diHCUitsed. borne claim
that a convention ia ' unnecessary, that
uintU'rs should go on as they have gono
heretofore, and that a sort of an agree
ment sould bo made by mane-mooting or
othorwiae. There aro other Democrats
who claim that ft convention in nucesnnry
in order to harmonize all dill'eraucus in
tho Democratic party. They claim that
tho only way out of tho dillicully is for tho
County Lxecutivo Committee to mil a
meeting and appoint a City Kxcculivo
Committee, which will havo tho power to
arrango for the selection of a city ticket by
convention or primary. They arguo that
under tho Dortch bill only ono candidate
for each political party ran secure a place
on the new election ticket, an 1 that if
the Democrats do not select their stan
dard bearers and go into tho contest
united and full armored they will Ixi de-
ieated by a possiblo solid Republican
Tho election in January is of mora than
UKual importance. This will be a sort of
political lcap-yar, whou a majority of tho
two hoards the Police and l ire Commis
sioners and l'ublic Works together with.
tho President of the Taxing District, must
be elected, something that occurs only
every (our wars. It is claimed thut tlio
ltoniocralic party sUhids partly pledged to
a convention; that a convention would
have been held lost limo wero it not for
the fact that a Democrat acceptable to tho
rarlv. .Ma . rettit. was annoiiuci'j to con
test with tho opposition candidate and
thus the matter was pretermitted for tho
Tho candidates for President of tho Tax
ins District aro numerous, but airy, inub
stantial belnLH ouuido of one. 1 lie lion.
David Park liadden. tho present incum
bent, ia about the only one who ia con-
fondly in tho held and, like kilrain, ho
w ill claim tho champion belt until some
more powcrtul gladiator comes forth and
win it. The lion. Da vi.l is not going
around telling people that bo Is a caudi
date, of course, but everybody knows that
ho is a candidate bv (orco ol halm. II lor
no oilier reason, and that ho holoniM to
that cl who set Join dio, and never ro
sit' ii. The others aro merely sjerulativo
DGxitibililic. Their nauies aro mention. vl
with frequency and their praises are being
auntr with artistic variations by their re-
sK.ttive friends. Like llarkis, many of
thciu "are wiliin', " but few rsre to mulco
the announcement until comfortably cer
luiu of a urobabio success. The frieuds of
Dr. Portor will unto bis acreptauro of the
placo, which, it is understood, ho has de
clined most potitivolv.
The friends of Judgo (iallowJV will
marshal their forces In his Iwlmif ami
while it is (eared that ho will decline, it
is hnied that ho may be induced to ac
The friends of Mr. John K. Fpccd would
like to ace that gentleman at I ho bead of
the t-it v irovcrumout. and win niuko
strong vlfirt to induce hi in to consent to
make the race, but uo, loo, it is ciairaea,
Then there are others, among whom
may bo mentioned Mai. Pettit, n I er
hut other members of tho city govern'
mcnt who, boinir. Princes of tho lnmo of
I'm i.l. ill lay low and tniuk imMiv uutii
tho chances for Prenidunt llodlousro
election sre enne aliininering, when they
will endeavor to array theui'lve either In
. i:ii uh a mantleor In ono of Itieir own
'1 in. ollico of Preniilunt of the Taxing
lii-irirt is a itowurful siologoguo, and a
contemplation of it nukes many mouths
wnlr 1-ir Its luscious swwta. Not only is
the place one of great iwer an. I lienor
(and Profit? Iluth'.l but tho forliinule
winner of the prixe can make a stepping'
tone of the mnilion and glnln smoothly
into the Gubernatorial seat, provi ling the
en le thereto should open toward SVrst
Tciuifssne. Interest, lln-re(on, iu Ihis
election is greiitaud gnwiug, both on ac
count of the importance ol the position
and the comparative nearness of the elec
tion. Bat city affairs are not the only ones
occupying the attention of the politicians
and people. The county elections are far
off, to be euro, but distance lends enchant
ment to tho view, and already tho air is
filled with rumors about possible candi
dates, the interest principally centering in
tho otlice of County Clerk.
It is understood that tho present in
cumbent, Mr. Quigley, will stand for re
nomination. Outside of this, the rest aro
known only through rumor. That omni
present and voracious personage know
among the sons of men as "They Bay,"
has been talking. They Bay that tho Jovial
Chairman of the Domocratic Executive
t . n. . i r i i. : 1 1 I. in
iomuuiiuu, irix. luuy naiuu, win uo
I the ring; they say that Squire J. J. Harry
wilt also be tuoro; tuey say mat Mr. James
lteilly will surely come to the front, and
it is not improbable that Squiro Uarvin
may be tound throwing down the gauntlet
to any kniglit willing to take it up.
They say othor things in this connec
tion, and among them is that, under tho
operation of tho Dortch bill, the country
will bav- tho city iu its insido pock&L as
it wore, aud may demand from the De
mocracy, and compol tho city to accedo,
more of tho hit olllces than ever wore
given to the bucolic brethren before.
People are figuring on these questions
all over town, aud at more than one point
in the county, and just what tho result is
going to be is what all would like to know
and which no one can divlno. The ball
is fairly opened, howevor, and there will
be a scramble to see who can got to dance
on the bead scU
Marriage of a Worthy and Popular
Mr. William II. Godbcy and Miss Lilliun
Nail wero married at 0: 30 o'clock yester
day morning at the residence of tho
bride's brother. Mr. II. C. Kali, No. CO
The ceremony was performed by tho
Itev. A. J. Dickinson, ot the Central
It was a quiet aflalr, witticssoJ only by
the relatives and a few intimate frieuds of
tho couple, to which no cards wero issued.
Ono hour after tho ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. tiodbey left over tho Charleston
ltoad for a month visit to tho groom s
relatives in irmnia, in and about I hrm
tiaubburg. It is almost mi peril nous to add
that no bridal couplo of Memphis has en
tennl udoii too now and '.iliiulul luture
with more genuine wikIics of friends that
it may bo as seldom di mined by ad
versity or sorrow as a beneliceut
1'rovhlence will pormiu air. iiouoev
has been, for a long lime, a clerk
Itl tho general ollico ot tho Memphis
& Charleston Railroad, attained to an ex
alted rank iu Ibo esteem of his employers
and axsociates, and this liecauso of his
eminent capabilities ami gentlemanly de
portment Miss Nail, from her rich pos
sessions of womanly charms and virtues,
i II bnna an Intluouco Into tiieir Homo
that will lend to ornament and bio it so
long as their lives enduro.
As an evidence of the strong and abiding
friendship felt (or the couple, tho following
partial list of presents is submitted:
C hina tea set, Mr. aud Mrs. T. J. Par
chiis. Silver water pitcher, Willie Hay, Greon
Cott.-o set, Miss Laura Ray, Carrollton,
Butterdish, O. Slaieos.
Fruit knives aud nut pickers, Miss Min
Half dotcu silver knivcJ, Miss Belle Lat
linir. Half dozen silver forks, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Two ornamental mantel pitchers, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Hnith.
Bninxo ornamental pitcher, Miss Emma
r-alad aervico, J. Bacr.
Napkiu ring, Mr. and Mrs. IL G. I-at-liivj.
Album, T. A. Clarko.
Water service, .Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Mc
Need. Handkerchiefs, Miss Cynthia Latting.
' Conies of Burns and r-hakespcarc, Mr.
William anil Miss Anno Lyons.
Powder stand. Miss Lovio Ijimlruin.
Sideboard scarf, Mr. aud Mrs. W. F.
Boltlo perfumo, T. P. Fortuno.
Mustan, tapper, and sail sUuul, Master
W. F. Merric.
Cuke plate, Mr. and Mia. It. G. letting,
Ml ver syrup stand, R. B. Talliaferro.
Silver cake basket, II. B. Anthony.
Silver butter dish and kuilo, ltolert
Silver berry spoon, Ben Rawtello.
Silver water pitcher anil nspkin rin.'S,
Dr. and MnkToomhs, (iroenville, Alms.
Pair spittoons, Mrs. J. il. TownseiiJ.
Vase, Mrs. W. K Smith.
Bisque ornament, Muster Henry NslU
Silver card receiver, sirs. 11. C Null.
I'ot pourri jir, Dr. IL 11. Sail.-
Breastpin, UUla F.va .Nail.
I'mlinilla sUnd, Miss Mary Porter.
Wsshstand set, Mrs. II. C. Nail.
Flowers, T. J. Barrhus.
Fini wslrhes at Thayer's.
Tiia members of Grace Church Guild
are requested to meet in tho rectory this
( Fridav) afternoon at 3.30 o clink. J.u-u
nest of importance.
Drr the Drnsfll.
It Isn't the arraneomont of wisdom" to
have the Johnstown benefit at Jackson
Mound Turk next Monday night Not as
a matter of preference, but of neeossitv. if
at all, that is the occasion of one nerfnrm-
ance in the great music festival. Music
loving Momphians aro going to attend the
latter in iorco, and tuo relief fund will suf
fer. On tho other hand, somo nntronairo
that should not be. The festival can' only
be given one day, opera at the park has
several weeks to run, and some other night
might woll bo selected. Give both the
greatest possible clmnco.
A fair audience gathered at Jackson
Mound Park last night to witness the
presentation of "Pinafore" by the Doshon
Opera Company. Tho opora was well
presented and the audience departod well
pie wed. Now that tho clouds havo rolled
by (at this writing) it Is to bo hopod the
public will patronize tho park liberally, as
the company playing there aro in every
wav worthy of natrons. "Pinafore" to
night and Saturday matinee. "Chimes of
roriimnuv bun.lav nucht
On Monday night the Johnstown suffer
ers benefit takes placo, aud a grand bill,
including the second acts of "Mascot to,
'"Mikado" and "Chimes of Normandy."
will be presented on tho occasion. Tickets
onsaloattho principal stores and at box
omco under reaoouy liotei.
Tho statical festival.
The music-loving publio of Memphis aro
vitally interested in tho success of tho
Musical Festival which Is to take place
next Monday afternoon and night at the
New Memphis Theater, for uon tho tinan
ciul success of that entertainment will do
pend future enterprises of a similar chariiC'
ter. There is no musical organisation on
the road now, and there has been
nouo (or years which lx-gins to com
pare in individual merit and collec
tivo excellcnco with the Juch-Pcrotti
combination which is to appear at tho
New Memphis 1 heater as above an.
It is not every day not every year that
the opportunity comes to hear F.miim
Juch, Jules l'urotti. Allele A us I Mr (.Hie,
Mme. Herbert F'ocwter, Max lleudix,
. llelenovon Doenholr, Gleseppo Conipa
liuii aud N ictor Herbert These in them
selves would ordinarily be considered a
formidablo array of musical genius, but
even their eminent natural endowments
aud cultivated skill aro more than bat
anced by tho superb orchestra of torty
musicians which lliey bring with them,
selected from tho best players in New
York and Boatou and directed by the
famous chef, Carl Zcrrnlm. The program
pntoiit an embarrassment of riches. 1 lio
on'hr-stral pieces for the matinee will be
"nullum loll. ".octurno Angels
W'l.l.... klM. U..,.,..l.....u nl l'.,.n.
thovcii." "Valso lnto and Piuicato. fnim
Sylvia, to say nothing of tho aria from
r.rnanni, uy Mg. (.amparsnr, aria, --wcoan,
lhou Mighty Monster, bv Minn, rocrv
ter, concerto (or piano and orchettra in
'i;' flat Lisit. by Mile. Aus li-rtHie;
crand duo from "Flving liutchman '
Wagner, by Mme. Foersier and 8ig. Cam
Thocvoning program Includes "Tann-
l.u.... ' "I ....... ' .... (r,.,, I'l l.nl,...."
bv Mi'ss Von iloenholT, rom.inio from
"ls Huguenots," "Di (iuilla Pna." from
"II Trovsloro." bv Siirnor 1'erolti; a cello
solo by Mr. Herbert; csvatins, from
"ijuocu Slielm," by Miss Jurh, and the
entire swdihI act of ' I aim by Miss
Juch, Signor Perottl, Miss llsleiie Von
D'H-iihotT ami Signor I ainpanan, alto
gether a program to make your truo mil'
sician's moutn water.
There aro still plenty of good seats for
both performance, and those whoneg
lect the opfxirtuuity will in ins a rare trout.
A NEW M ANUFAOl UH1NU IND08TRT,
lbs SrowBSTill Carrlass Works To Ee
Removed to llsrophla.
Mr. A. Pracht, of Broansvillo, Tenn.
apiieamd before tho legislative Council
yesterday and applied for icrmission to
erect a corrupted iron building with meUU
front at No. 32 Muin street Mr. Prach
slaU'd to tho Couuc.il that be was able to
put up a belter building, but that the lot
was tlio property oi minors sn.i ne whs iiii
able to secure morcthsn a live years' least;,
which would not Instil v the outlay.
Mr. Pracht said that his works would
rivo employment to eighteen hands, and
ho was uiixioiis to locate here. Tho er-
mission to build was given upon condition
that the building bsve a brick front auJ
bo removed at tlio expiration of tbo live
Mr. Pracht will U-gln work at once, and
tho new carriage factory will be in lull op
e ration by next lull.
frmU '. U. aarl
Will leave Sundav niitht stopping at Ut
ile l;.H.k, Kansas City and lenvar on Ids
way to the coast II you have not already
done so. we would advise you to call aud
have your eves correctly U sled and titled
with proper gloom, Call early lo avoid
wailing. Tomorrow will be your last op
portunity. Ollice .HI Main street
Bakuaiks in diamomls Thayer's
BALDWIN, KNOWLTON & LAKE
Tho recent rains havo rondored some ot
the streets oil the outskirts of tho city im
The annual commencement exercises of
St Agnes Academy wilt bike placo next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Owing to the Inclemency of tho weather
the Land league picnic has been post
poned until Wednesday next
The Anciont Order of Hibernians held
a largely attended meeting last night aud
elected ofllcora for tho ensuing year.
The Ilono Night School entertainment
for tho Pennsylvania sufferers has been
postponed to an early nigtit next week.
Great disappointment is folt at tho en
forced postponement of tho various pro
posed entertainments for tbo benefit of tho
There will be a meeting of musical peo
ple at tho Merchants' Exchange tonight lo
complete their organisation. It will bo
Tho Went 8ido Park entertainment
which was to have been givon tonight un
der the auspices of Grace Church Guild,
bus been pontponod. .
"I nominado &iuiro Garvin for Koonty
Klcru! You lnsher is wortJ nino Dooth-
muns ad do boolsl" shouted Mr. Joo Ack
man yesterday as bo canio into '.Squire
Tho Valley Koufo train which should
have arrived at A: 43 o'clock p.m. was de
layed until 1:1:13 a.m. on account ol a
wreck of a freight train eighteen miles bo
Aside from tho poolrooms, tlio busiest
place in tho city is the room now occu
pied by tlio Board of Equalization. Peo
ple crowd in thero from morning till
nik'ht anxious to havo their property ad
Tim first annual picnic of cmplovos ot
tho Memphis A Chnrlcnton Bnilroad will
bo given at Moscow tomorrow. Mr. D.
II. Morfnnl is chairman of tho Arrange,
iiflnts Committee. Tho train will leave
tho dcot at H o'clock a.m.
The stockholders of the New South
I.nn.l Company were paid 12 per cent, on
their stock yesterd'iv not dividend, but
from tho proceeds of sales of real estate
belonging to the company, tho luteal being
the sale of tho lot for theater purposes (or
tlio sum of sJ.tAJO.
The reirular weekly meeting of tbo ta
llies' Auxiliary Coiumiltco of tho Young
Men a Christian Association will bo held
in their parlors, No. 1117 Main street, this
vvoning nt 4 o'clock. Every member is
expected to bo present end bring their
Iriemls with tbein. Come, a welcome to
A bof)k-keo"f f ir a loading mercantile
linuso was out with the bovs (ho other
evening, and going into a gauiblingdioiisn
threw down a crumpled bill on roulette.
Ilolot lie threw a ailver dollar to the
Itunio keeiH'r, who, supposing that was the
amount of tho currency, put it in the exsti
drawer, lie lot st'siu. and aain paid a
silver dollar. Tho third lime be won, and
os ning the bill out churned H, tho
amount of the lull. J bo gamo-kocer
claluiixl that flMO wus duo tbo game ami
had to be paid. The lonk-kccpcr snatched
Insiiinnev and ran. followed by (ho game
lolksairoaid btoiiiI. Tbo look keeper es
caped, but will uevtr try to be cunning
tlUHT CASESI BIUUT CASE8I
Containing- Over bo.OOO, 60,000 m.
Have boon received by us direct from
Havana, through tho Memphis Custom
House, luring tho past wii'k; among
which aro Diligent-iiia, Henry Cluvs,
I'lor de Samnlsou and many other epially
fine and standard brand. We are the
ouly lirm iu Memphis who receive fre
quent shipments of iuiorted cigars and
our ntrtiiui are Ihercfure euabled to gel
ouly tnmU cigars (mm us.
1. t-AHV.IJtO A Co.,
Tlio Direct ltuMirter o( Memphis.
P. K Wo sell la-lull tickets.
TiLsriioist Thayer (or corrcet tuna.
A mmmu Man Irawac4.
Nasiivillb. Tenn.. Juno II James
Warren, a young wbiu wan, about nine-
li-cn venrs old. employed as a watchman
II. .t..n..,. I' I. Ilfilfltiin 1i IIS
Ull III" a. - ,
dmwnitl loilay by the cvertnrning ol a
skill onto which V siren stejipiu iruiu ino
Dit. J, L Minor has returned.
V. II. McNaihv, ot New Orloans, Is at
Mks. G. E. Jarman, of Alx'nleen, Miss,
is visiting relatives at No. 470 Missinsippl
II. E. nonn.wifo and daughter, formorly
of Memphis, but now of St 1auIs, are iu
tbo city on a visit to relatives.
MishNkttis Hav, of Brownsvllle.Tcnn.,
who has been visiting the family of Dr.
Currio, of Ihis city, returned homo yester
day. Wii i.iam M. FAnmxaTON, Jr., who has
recently concluded his second term at tho
University of Virginia, is ut homo for his
Fkui s Hai.l and M. V. Moore, promi
nent cizens ol Seuatohia, Miss., nre now in
Hot Springs, Ark., where they will spend
a few weeks,
E. O. I. Epiioi.v, editor of the Grrnt
South, ISt lxiuis snd .Memphis, ollicial pub
lication of tho Louisville, Now Orleans &
Texas Kail road, Is iu the city.
Mns. W. I. Jki'i-Kitu:a and daughter,
who havo been visiting Mrs. Jctleriea's
father, Gen. A. J. Vauli iu, in this city,
returned to their homes in Clarendon yes
terday. Cait. J. J. Tiiohntom, of tlio lirm of
Fulmcr, Thornton A Co., accompanied by
his wifu and daughter, Miss Clyde, left
yesterday for Colorado and tho Pacific
CVust for tho summer months.
VisiToiis on 'Change yesterday: B. N.
Corouna, Pine Blutl', Ark.; U F. Provine,
Colleevillo, Miss.; J no. V. Lihdell, llo
noi4, Miss.; F. U McImore, Mnrpin
i'oiiit, Ark.; W. N. Youug, Little Bock,
Maj. Joiim W. Et.PRitMiK, formerly of
Memphis and Into United States Consiil to
Saxony, U in tho citv reviving the no
quaintaiico of his old friends nfUT an ah
bciico of several years. MaJ. Eldridge did
not await dismissid but sent in his resigna
tion and left for home. 1 'awing through
Washington ho called on the Secretary ami
was informed that the vacancy had not
yet liecn lilled. Ho was appointed lo tho
jiost by President Cleveland.
Wkppino presents at Thayer's.
Buscbrlbe lor tho Momphla Wcokly
Append. (1 por yoer.
m ritti. not nr.
I'.nn Kll -Tho lunentl ill Miu.Htn A , wllrnf
It. I. T. I'lirler, will Uku plsra- Inns mlilenrc, No.
4:w Vsties IniUlhli (KKIPAY) slu-ronou illtl
o'r'in'k. I rlrii'l. nl llir Imtilly Imllnl.
Joll N.lN-At B-.riiri ol B. Y . Jnlinuin. N.
1M l.nvuU itr.Nl. Ilnirilar, June K lK".
Awnrit h., lti . miHiiti mn I 1 1 Uvm m t hniv
M I. anil II"' lals Kniuis U. Joliiuou. IM, llllt
(M.I MtMT, lFC IV(Jf
Kuiirntl will talis plstv fmtn nnl.l. nc this l Fill
A V) lirrniK.a stao clix k. rrli nilsuf llio fain-
1 1 r Invltnl lnatirn.1.
I IIIHIK MOTK rs.
S. II 111 MKMI'IIN I.UIH.K N.i. lis. t. a
A. M ."ill itm-l In "til.' I rriim'iiil- f
rail'in II. Il iMilOAVl rv.iilinr. i"')jC
II I-J. st s ii'i k.lnt ilLlxli li i l I'.i.liii".. '
All M XI Iu s.vl UnOluisrv Imuiusil) linlu-J
i i.r l.r ( II I K ITI.LKN, W. M.
Aliii J. I. Sri I its, m.1 n liri .
PHENIX WIRE WORKS.
Screen Wira Doors U Windows
r P.iilmstrs fuml.licl an J I'.iM t'Uss Work sl
Itmaoiislile I'rlrat UuarsliU'SxL
aao mONT ST. Tolophone L311
ALL THIS WEEK I
Msllnts 1"'IY Sliirdr sl y
U Clack, ijc.
OI'rM AMI I'UMt l:IIT,
Sun.lsf AllrrnmiB, ler.
M.'li lT M(lll. J till' 17. funrtils.
ORGILL BROS. & CO.
313 AND 312 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. "
A.very Cotton Scrapers, Mitchell Cotton Scrapera
Randolph Cultivators, Side and V Harrows,
HANDLED AND EYE- HOES
THOMAS HAY RAKES
BARB AND PLAIN WIRE.
DESJARDIHS, MILLER & HAWKINS
S04 & 308 MAIN STREET, - - MEMPHIS, TENN.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
AGENTS FOR JOHN P. MANNY MOWING MACHINES
Chloflala Hay Rako, Banner Planter. Cimpboll Corn Drill,
Door and Window Screens, Galvanized Poultry Netting
ws Mowers. loe Cream Freessorn. Ilrindlod and Eye noes.
II. T. I.KMMOX, TONf flAI.H,
TrcsiacuU VU-e 1'rriiaiiiL
W. T. MIM.EIt,
Lemmon & Gale Company
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
GENTLEMEN'S FUMISHIM GOODS
CCO and 020 Main Btroot, Momphla, Tonn.
II. T. I.KMMOV. ToM (i.U.i:, H. . UtTKIVnirAM.
V. II. JOVXKIt,
V. 1'. MILLER.
W. I. MmW.
II. I. Ill I K INiill M'
Our Stock is
Thnro WM sv Fluht, and Our ainnll ProfUa VIU Win."
luccim.il lo Wirill a I'AKKtNr,
C07 find VBO Mftln Bfroot. ... MomphH, Tenn.
JM(P JOHN E. RANDLE& CO
Jj VV MAN UIPA CTU ItlullH IIP
iMi. w Architectural Iron Work,
i' 1 IJ VsV
, A TLAS EMMS AUD BOILERS,
tLlll HUM K MK UKU LULllM 5 tUUTUKo,
KltAM I'VIMIH, MAl'IIINIillbl.rrLU.1, Etc
K$4&$W; General Repair VtorkDone Promptly.
XjV' V l; g'l 61ICP8, OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE.
fc'it3" .'JS SECCBD STREET, FROS mill TO VTIJCHESTEH
ALABAMA : CARBON : HILL : COAL
AnthrRCito. Coko. Wool
NO. 27S SECOND STREET.
THE OAK HALL BIG CLEARING SALE
This, our Special 1 Clearing Sale, will be for the benefit of our patrons, as well as to ourselves, by liSp?3in-of our entire Spring Slock of Men's Garments , t-fu1 T1"0?"? K!? CuJ SaVC
from carrying the same over from one season to another; it will be a money-losing sale for us, wc admit, but we want room, ami wc must unload. o u will H n ik our Uig Cut
Down Sale, every garment of the latest design, fabric, stylo and shade, of our Inert imp-KtUion, wJI worth your inspjction and patrona-e. Ihis sale will lor
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one Q ON TABLES 1 AND 2 one O ON TABLES 3 AND 4 0S: O ON TABLlffl 5 AND G
V-0 For $7,B0 Only, 0 For $12.80 Only, mjj For $16 Only.
Your Choice of 300 Suits in This Lot, Your Choice of 2:0 Suits in This Lot, Your Choice of io Suits in This Lot,
Consisting of AlMVool Union Cassimcrc and Consisting of AlLWool Cassimcrcs and Worsted Consisting of lixtra Tine Cassimcrcs, Worsteds,
Cheviot liusincss Sack and Frock Suits, and none Sack and Cutaway Frock Suits, in plaids and plain Cheviots, Wide Wailing l rock and Cutaway Drew
worth less than i5. Kvcry one of these suits stripes, of the latest designs and styles ; not a suit Suits of Imported labr.es, latest patterns and
is well made up and trimmed, and suitable in in this lot worth less than ?i8 and ?22.5o, and a equal to merchant tailor make; not one in this
every walk of life. bargain at these figures. lot worth less than $25 andfip.
See Samples in Our' Dig Windows. Sec Samples in Our Big Windows Sec Samples in Our Big Windows.
Come All, Come Soon. First Who Calls Has the Hcst Choice. Room for All, Bargains for All,
.AT THSZicHCiULL, 251 MAI1T ST., OPPOSITE ODDFELLOWS' IXAXjI -:- SOL HALLE, PBOPB