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MEMJP 87 DAILY it II u II MEMPHIS, TEISTHST. FHII) Y , JTJJSTIE 3, . issi. yOL. LfNO. 188 INOICATIOXS. Fur Tennemee and the Ohio valley, rainy fJlomd btt Hearing vealher, rwiablc, Mting to culder northuetlerlv triads and higher barometer. Mr. Vksnok, the weather-wise Canadian, who liax bo nnml"ully anticipatfd "Old Prob," predict a wit Juno, with frequent iwv.-re winl nml thunder utormi", and proh able front between the Cith and tenth of the month. He says: "The 'north waters' are only coming down now, which in an in dication of a wet JuiiP. The warment part of June in likely to occur between the twen tieth and twenty-fifth, when the lient will lie exceiwive." Tiik celebration of the centennial of CJeorpe Kleplienoon, the great and fiml of railroad engineer, in to be "made njecially iiupremivA in the Tyneide district, North umberland, in an humble hoiiite in which he was born. A chain of locomotives, repre aenliug tlio varinus Rtge of the develop imnt of that wouderful machine, ia to h liuk-J together at the Central Htatfon at New-raitle-on-Trne, and juruey ihewc to. the Sln-et hoiine. There in alw to lie a pro cesninn f all the trade aix'ietieH and public bodies in the Tyuexide district, including the Miners Aiuociation of Northumberland and iMirham, and a great public demonstration on the, town moor. Tub Board of School Visitors should do thriDM-lvt'0, as well an Mr. Murray, the jus tice to investigate- the charges no long pend ing agaiust him. It is not fair, it is not just . we had almoot Raid it was not honorable to refuse to investigate, when he has time and again within the pat six weeks requested and courted investigation. Mr. Murray's reputation is as dear to him aa that of any man in the city, and. he should not be al lowed to rest a day longer under the shadow of a doubt. The Iioard should either with draw the charge, and declare Mr. Murray five -of all stain or taiul, or else they should proceed to trial willioiit delay. This is not only due to Mr. Murray, but it ia due to the public, whoie servant he is. A letter from Mr. I). L. Iwe, of Hunts ville, addremod to the Vresident of the Cot ton Exchange, will be fuiuulou au ither page of this inue of the Art-EAL It contains the bet offer that has yet b.cn made to the p?o ple of Memphis in the direction of manufac tures, and ts worthy the most serious consid eration. The subscriptions that have been so readily made for the eroction of package and grain elevators, and for compress and cotton bIumIs, are proof that abundant capital can be had here for any legitimate enterprise. It can le had for this proposed cotton mill, and we hope it may. The Cotton Exchange, to whose pres ident this teller of Mr. Lowe is addressed, should give it instant attention, appoint a committee to correspond with the writer, and if his guarantees are found correct, to open hooks for subscriptions. Such an opportu tuuily ought nut to be lost, and we look to our enterprising merchants to move in the matter at once. Tub Now Orleans Democrat very effectually ' disHwes of the slorr put in circulation by the Chien(f- Tiiliuiw, that Mr. Dursey, freight agent of the (ieorgia road, had issued an order refusing to receive grain sent by barges from St. IOiiis, for shipment by his road, bt CBiise of its being heated and injured. This our contemporary very emphatically declares is false; such an order never was given. The orders really issued by Mr. I) irsey declare that htiy had been shipped in a green and damp state from the West, ntl that while in transit it became damaged. To escse any losses to his road he then-fore refused to receive such hay. Only this ami nothing more. lie said nothing aboot "sweated" grain, nothing agaiuit ' the barge lines of the Mississippi river. The Democrat say's that of the millions of bushels of grain floated down the river, only two barge loads have been injured a smaller percentage than the canal or railroad can show. The testimony of Messrs. Eugster A Co. explains this damage. It was no case of heating or sweating; it was not the result of the torrid country through which the grain had to pass, tu the Tribune imagines, but simply a case of collision, two leaky barges, moist and wet, and consequently dam aged grain. It is now in order for 'the 2Vo une to make the amende and tell the truth about the grain trade of the Mississippi river hereafter. Tut address of Archbishop Croke, deliv ered at Thurlcs, Ireland, on Wednesday, will not le read by IrUhmcn to-day unmoved. It is an appeal that Mr. Ciladstone-cannot rr sitt. It is a just arraignment of an alien government, the oppressions and tyrannies o' which have been steadily resisted hy a brave and unswervingly patriotic people. It is also a plea for that people, strong, earnest and convincing, a pica justified by the brutal and callous process of eviction which from SlronglMiw's day to this has been enforced by wholesale almost eve:-y year. The British government is great-the greatest known to civilization, after our own it can therefore afford to be magnauimous'aud yield to Ire land what she has so readily granted to all her colonies self-government.. No country at that time was so proserous as Ireland was during the brief years of real independence which she enjoyed from 17S2 until the passage of the act of villainy by which (he uuion of the three kingdoms was con stimulated in lfWl. Manufactures flourished, export doubled, facilities fur education in creased, religious liberty was almost consum mated, and an extension of suffrage fifty years in advance of F.u;lan-l was contem plated. No eople ever accoiuplUhed so much of national progress in so short a time. But this very progress was her undoing. F.uglaud learned from it to be jealous of the people whose industries she . afterward destroyed, as she learned to fear the Btrenglh of a nple whose Volunteer army was for a time the admiration of all KuroM But as Archbishop Croke advises, even this refinement of cruelty will be for given, and the long list oi bl.Ki.lv reprisals and unparalleled oppressions, if tardy justice is now done the long-Miff, ring peo ple. Mr. (il.ultone onlv three years ag.i said in -one of hi moments of philosophic lucidity and truth fulness that the lHM.ple of Ireland had a grievance, and he indicted Knglund for mis OVeruing anil the injustices inflicted upon them. Let him recall these words and live up to them. 1ethini exile the hignkd and blood-thirsty Forsler from the Chief -Secretaryship Ireland; withdraw the pr.x-l ama dous declaring certain districts in "a slate of siege," as they say in France; stop the evic tions, and so give ieaee to the country; ntiiet the apprehensions and fears of l! sorely distressed aud poverty-stricken people; pass the land bill and put It in (one as rapidly as possible, and follow that up by reK-aliug the act of union. If he will do this he will crown a great reputation as the foremost slatexiuail of bis lime, aud may live to see iealcd iii tiieat ikitaiu the pesco and prosperity which, to a great empire, fol . lowed upon the recognition by Austria of the ' autonomy and integrity of the Hungarian Kingdom. In-land will com i line to 19 Eng land's chief difficulty until she is declared hy law to be a free an.T independent nation, as f right she ought to be. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Continued Rlols in Ireland Fortrter to Knggrst MennA for the Restoration of Order Sentence of the Riug Leader In the Attack I'pon the Jews at XicflT. ArreHt of a French f attain of Artillery on a Charge or Theft Condition of AnHtrht Vesuvius in Active t. Eruption The forte Sending Troops to reece. . Tews, June 2. The French authorities admit that the captain of the gunboat Leopard exceeded his tlnty in searching British vessels. ITALY. Nafi.es, June 2. The slight shocks of earthquake at Mount Vesuvius have been followed Hy atmngr ei nplioin,-4roo:iad ive streams of lava flowing down the north east side. SPAIN. Madrid, June 2. At a meeting of the Anti-Slave Trade society a resolution was passed demanding the abolition of capital punishment and the immediate liberation of all slaves in the Antilles. TURKEY. Constantinople, June 2. It is believed the object in sending one half of the Turk ish troois now in Thessaly to Tripoli is to forestall Italian intrigues. The J'orte fears that Italy will pursue a course in Tripoli similar to that of the French in Tunis. AUSTRIA. Vienna, June 2. The Emperor, in a speech at the closing of the Hungarian Diet, said that he had found a guarantee for internal progress in the tranquil condition of foreign affairs which warrants the expecta tion that the people will be able to enjoy the blessings of peace undisturbed. The good will prevailing among the powers allows questions arising from time to time to be brought to a peaceful solution. GERMANY. Bfiilin 'June 2. l'rofs. Mommsen.Curtins and Frcilschkc and Dr. Nachtigal, the Afri can travelers, were present J it the banquet to Minister White. Mr. White spoke with diplomatic skill of the copious tide of Ger man emigration now pouring into the United States, and of the very acceptable element thus infused info his composite nation. A dispatch from Grandeur, a fortified town in Western Prussia, says that during the arlillerv practice a shell fell aud exploded in the midst of the "marking party. Three cap tains and two gunners were killed and three persona wounded; The Keichslag has adjourned for one week, having concluded the second reading of the accident insurance bill as far as paragraph 41, in accordance with the proposals of the committee. . RUSSIA. St. PETERSBfRO, June 2. Count Woron" xoff Doshkoff, heretofore one of the Czar's confidential advisers, has retired to l'eterhoff ' in consequence of a quarrel with the Czar. General Vanowski, present Minister of War, was Chief-of-StafT to the late Czar dur ing the Turkish war. About a dozen persons have been nomi nated to advise concerning the execution of the projects for the reduction of the peas ants rent in the thirteen northern govern ments. The rest of the igrarian projects, in cluding compulsory redemption (if peasants' lands, are deferred for revision by the new administration. . The crops in the greater part of Russia are very satisfactory, and even in the less-favored districts the pro-iects are good. The ringleader of the auti-Jewish riot at Keiff has been sentenced to three and one half years penal servitude and the loss of his civil rights. His most active accomplices have been sentenced to eighteeu mouths aud twelve others to short terms of impr'son ment. FRANCE. Paris, June 2. M. Seguin, Tunisian cor respondent of the Paris lelegraph, who was murdered recently by an Arab at Beja, took a prominent part in the Paris -Commune, and after the insurrection was put down he traveled in Kngland, Germany and America. He returned to Paris when the amnesty was proclaimed. Maximilian Emil Littre, publicist and philologist, and member'of the French As sembly, is dead. An article in Bismarck's organ, the Sard Deutsche Xeitung, eulogizing Gambetta's speeches at Cahors, was maliciously turned to account by the reactionary and intransigeaut journals ot Paris. A French captain of artillery named La nard was condemned yesterday by the coun cil of war at Tours to five years imprison ment and to degradation from his rank, for continuous pilferings from the military chest during the period for which he filled the ofl'u-c of regimental treasurer. He had risen from the ranks and was accounted one of the bravest ofiicera in the service. The cashier and three clerk v of a large commercial tirin of Paris were arrested last night for defalcations amounting to nearly &"K).OOU The dueling mania has again broken out in Paris. Not less than three meetings have taken place within twenty-four hours. IRELAND. Dublin. June 2. Forster, Chief Secretary fur Ireland, will be detained some days longer in Ireland, owing to the aspect of af fairs there. The statement is denied that three police men had been killed during the eviction riot at Scariff, couuty Clare. The people fired on the police, who returned the fire, killing one of the rioters. About one hundred shots were exchanged. The assistant-secretary and a member ot the branch of the Land League at Kilby, near Kills, county Meath, have been arrested under the provisions of the coercion act on suspicion of .mutilating cattle. The dispatch from Cloumel yesterday, an nouncing the death of a policeman and the precarious condition ot a number ot soldiers from injuries received in the riot there Tues day, was exaggerated. No policemen or soldiers received dangerous injuries, though several were knocked down. Daniel McSweeney, an American, of Fal conish, county Donegal, and President of the livcal branch of the Land league, has been arrested under the coercion act and conveyed to the Kilmainham jail. It ia said he in tends to claim the protection of his govern ment. A shoemaker named Dooling has been ar rested near Traleeon suspicion of Boycotting. The police arrested sixteen rioters at IV dyke, all armed with rifles, which were taken from them, aud they were then allowed to go on baif. The son of Lord Dunsandle has been shot at and wounded. A flying columnof engineers, artillery, in fantry and cavalry left Dublin for New Pal las to assist in the execution of the eviction decrees. The engineers will repair the bridges broken down by the populace to pre vent the oassane of the artillerv. The expe dition to New Pallas is also dispatched to capture the castle held by the t.an I leaguers. The facts in the Goshawk affair are that the people prevented the police from lauding, and the Goshawk subsequently attempted to laud them, but without success. ENGLAND. liONnoN, June 2. Nearly all the cattle by the steamer Pheuiciaii, arrived at Glasgow from Boston, were found to be affected with the foot and mouth disease. The slaughtered carcasses will be boiled down. Cardinal Manning told a deputation of the Catholic League of the Cross yesterday that he had not ordered a refusal of the use of the club halls for the Land league meet ings, but desired that the league of the t'ross should not ally itself with any politi cal meeting. According to the recent census the popula tion id Iimilon is :!,M4..r71. A correspondent of the 2'iWs at Tunis tel egraphs concerning the searching ot British vessels by Freuch men-of-war as follows: In structions have been forwarded to the French gunboats in these waters to prevent similar breach) s of international law. The Aeir says it is understood that the sug gestions which Forster. has to make to his" (xdleagues for the restoration of der in Ireland, will be submitted to the Cabinet council to-day. GU.Ulone announced iu Parliament that the reort of au affray between the inhabit aula of the islands .off the coast of Douegal and the crew of the gunboat Goshawk was untrue. ' t: - ' ' ' ' ' . TheParoelliten have decided that through out the committee stage of the land bill they will not participate in the debate except on amendments by their own party, or where it appeared-that Gladstone was being forced to lessen the advantages of the bill. ' Davitt was yesterday visited in prison. He said he was well. He is not put to convict work or compelled to associate with ordinary convicts. parliamentary foists. In the House of Commons, to-day, Dilke, nnder-Foreign Secretary, in giving confirma tion to the announcement of a settlement of the Fortune Bay dispute, added that it had been also agreed to come to an arrangement relative to the fishery regulations. Gladstone said there was no foundation whatever for the 6tatemeut that the Irish ex ecutives have represented to the cabinet the necessity for the suppression of the Land League. He also stated that shots were ex changed at Scariff, but nobody was hurt on either side. BLOUNT, A BARBER, Foully Murders Sir. Preus. McCrarken, cTwtr'arry. stlorfc C - Tate Couuty, Mississippi. The Fellow Receives a Wound in the Affray which it is to be Hoped will Prove Fatal. Special ta the Appcal.l Senatobia, June 2. This afternoon about 6 o'clock Mr. Press. McCracken, Dep uty Chancery Clerk of Tate county, was fa tally shot by a barber named Blount, It appears that Blount, who is a tramp, and came here about three months ago as a bar ber, had had a difficulty with Mr. McCracken yesterday, and threatened this morning to either whip or kill McCracken before the day was over. Mr. McCracken, after his labors were over for the day, came down town, aud was ac costed by Blount. McCracken told him togo away and let him alone, as he was beneath his notice. Blouut said : ' I intend to kill you anyhow," and drew his pistol. Mc Cracken stepped inside of a store, and came out with a pistol, when Blonntsaid: "Press., give me a chHnce." McCracken lowered his pistol. As he did so Blount raised his revolver, and shot him in the right side, the ball passing nearly through his body. There were six shots fired, and Mr. McCracken fired four balls after he was mortally wounded. The third shot struck Blount on the right cheek, passing around and under the ear, aud was cut out near the spine. The pistuls were navy sixes. Mr. McCracken died at 7:48 o'clock. Blount is in jail, and is not ex pected to live. The whole community deeply sympathis with the bereaved family of Mr. McCracken, whom all loved as a brother. A JOLLY GOOD TDIE Is Just What the Mississippi Press As sociation Has Been Eujojing at Aberdeen. Business Net XsBlpefed Proceedings or Yesterday's Session Election of Officers Adjournment. Special to the Appeal. AbKKDKKN, June 2. The Mississippi Press Association held its second day's ses sion at the Courthouse to-day. The meeting was opened by prayer by the chaplain. President Jones presided. Colonel E. S. Wall addressed the Association on Emigra tion, and Hon. G. P. Herndon delivered a memorial address. After dinner the Association reassembled, when much business appertaining to the government of the Association and the State press was transacted. Colonel F. C. Morehead, president of the Mississippi Cotton Planters association, sub mitted a resolution asking the assistance of the press on internal improvements and appropriations for the emigration bureau. Touching resolutions were passed on de ceased members, among whom was Colonel J. N. Norment, of the Oktibbeha Citizen, the oldest newspaper man iu the State, who died suddenly of apoplexy a few days ago. More business of importance to the press has been dispatched than usual at their an nual meetings, and much good will result from the deliberations to-day. - The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: R. Walpole, of Yazoo City president; E. P. Thompson, of Aberdeen and J. D. Burke, of Magnolia, vice-presidents; Fl S. Wilson, of Walthall, secretary; E. E, Frantz, of Brandon, assistant-secretary ; M. 15. luchuiond, of Pascagoula, treasurer; Thomas Spight, of Ripley, orator; E. C. Morehead, of Vicksburg, essayist; 8. A. Jonas, of Aberdeen, and B. H. Moore, of Corinth, poets; Mrs. Johnnie Hunt, of Vicks burg, aud Mrs. Mollie Snell, of Columbus, in vited to read poems; Major George W. Har per, of Raymond, historian, and Rev. M. T. Martin, of Jackson, chaplain. The Association was cordially invited, and accepted, from many solicitations, Natchez as the place for the next meeting, on the first Wednesday in June next. Resolutions of thanks to the citizens of Aberdeen and the various railroads, etc. were passed. Adjourned. The pressmen that do it are now engaged in a dance, a grand ball and banquet having been tendered them at the Gordon House, new hotel, said to be the finest in the State, The ball is in every particular really a gram: affair, while the banquet surpasses anything ever seen iu the State. On invitation from General Stephen D, Lee, president, the Association and many friends will visit the Agricultural and Me chanical College, at Starkville, where they will have a dining. General Lee's address of welcome will lie responded to by Hon. James R. Chalmers, M. ('., after which the members will return to their homes. An Oi'KNiNii at Coi'bt. It produces sliithtlv mvstifving effect on the mind to reae that, at the recent Hungarian revels of the Austrian r.niperor, llunyadi J aims openei! the procession, lliat llunvadi J alios lias certain distinction as au aperient is of course not unknown, but how conies he opening the court festivities? The fact is thai the Count John llunyadi (Hungarian, Hunvadi Janos) the present Marshal of the Ceremonies, is the lineal descendant ot the illustrious genera of the same Jiame, whose popular victories in the middle ages procured lor luui the horn of christening Hungary's most famous spring, Tb HI. J,ONt Tnrntrst. St. LorisvJnnc 2. Unite a number of Turners and their friends have already ar rived to participate in the National Turnfest, to begin Saturday. The preparations for the event are about fiuished, and are very complete in their character. An immense number of Turners are expected, and many thousands of -excursionists from adjacent States will be present. .Atlanta) Cotton Kipoailion. Chattanihx;a, June 2. Director-General Kimball, of the International Cotton Expo sition, addressed our citizens to-day. A large sum was realized. Chattanooga will make a large exhibit at the Exposition. ISLOW BUT SURE. The Toils are being Silently Woven About the Star Route Rascals The Cases Xow Nearly Ready . for Presentation to the Grand Jury of the District. Contractors in Washington Looking Af ter Their Safety Damages for the Fortune Bay Fishing Ont- " rages Minor Mention of -Men and Things. Washington. June 2. During the month of May the receipts of customs were $10,- U:i2,0u3; internal revenue, JKt.ilXH.S'ij; mis cellaneous sources, $1,002,320. Total, $32, ''V. 714 Paying for Blue-None Bratallty. Sir Edward Thornton this afternoon gave Secretary Blaine' a draft on London for 15, UUO, the- Mitt greed wpon aa aampciwliaa lor the damages inflicted upon American fishermen in the Fortune Bay affair. Neither side, however, has surrendered to the other its construction of the fishery articles in the treatv of 1871. The money will be promptly distributed among its rightful claimants. Moving Slowly but Nurely. ' Colonel W. A. Cook, the siiecial counsel employed by the government to prosecute those implicated in the star route frauds, to day took the oath of office and went into au examination of the evidence so far gathered by the investigation under Postmaster-Gen eral James. He will prepare Uie cases for the grand jury and have their eutire manage ment under the supervision and direction of Attorney-General MacVeagh. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL to-day said to the correspondent of the Western Associated Press that there was no hurry in bringing the matter before the grand jury of the District of Columbia, but that the fact that special counsel had been employed did Indicate that the government was very nearly ready to commence the pros ecutions, lie would- certainly ' be pretty confident that such was the case before any move was made, that the cases to be presented by the government could be sustained before a jury of twelve men. There had been some difficulty, he continued, in procuring testimony on certain essential points, but the investigation of 'ostniaster-General James was very rapidly supplying that deficiency. IT 13 NOT CONSIDERED AT ALL LIKELY , that the cases will be presented to the grand jury at the present term of the court. The next term, winch is called the "June term, will convene on the twentieth instant. The court usually takes a recess over to Septem ber, so the presentation ot the matter to the grand jury may be delayed until then. The Attorney-General, and all connected Willi this matter officially, refuse to say anything at all concerning who will be brought before the grand jury for indictment. There is an uncertain feeling among the mail contractors and officials who are reported to be involved iu .the frauds. The contractors are either here themselves or have their interests looked after by special counsel. Minor Mention. Secretary Hunt returned to the city last evening andresnmed his duties this morning. The Treasury Department to-day pur chased 400.000 ounces of fine silver for deliv ery at San Francisco, Carson and Philadel- lna. - President Garfield will take a trip to For tress Monroe on the United Slates steamer Dispatch, leaving to-morrow morning and returning Saturday evening. It is very generally expected that D. T. Alexander, of Indiana, will be appointed F'ifth Auditor of the Treasury department, in place of Kt, to btrnftfi-Mj tn the position of Sixth Auditor. The Commissioner-General of the land office has decided not to permit the entry of so much of the mineral claim as lies within the limits of the Sutro tunnel grant west of the Comstock lode. Tha National Board of Health has re elected the present officers. The quarantine matter is disposed of, the executive, commit- ee being emiKiwered to use its discretion re lative to requiring vessls bound for New Or leans to stop at Ship Island or Port Kads. Adjourned fine die. The report recently telegraphed in refer ence to John G. Thompson's accounts grew out of the item published that an officer of the House had used the money of members. The item referred not to Thompson, but to another othcial, and had no foundation as to the Sergeant-at-Arms. A delegation from West Vireiuia, under the lead of Ex Secretary of the Navy Goff, called at the Elective Mansion to-day in be half of A. W. Campbell, who, it is desired, shall receive a foreign mission. The Presi dent cordially received the delegation and promised to consider the matter. Samples of flour, or of any other powdered substance, are deemed unmailable except when put in transparent bags and sealed, k that no particles can sift through. The bags must be inclosed in boxes or tubes of hard wood or metal, with a sliding or clasp or screwlids, and without sharp corners. AMONG THE TURFMEN. At Epsom Tenterday. London. July 2. At Epsom the Welter handicap was won by Chameleon; Tower and taword secend, Bate third, twelve ran, in cluding Keene's Bran Dance. Tbe Aerident to 81. Jnlien. Detroit, June 2. The injury to St Ju- lien's knee Monday will prevent his appear iwr in any speed performance for several days, though nothing serious is apprehended. Base-Ball Yesterday. At Troy Chicagos, 0; Troys, 2. At Boston Clevelands, C; Bostons, 1. At Worcester Detroit, 5; Worccsters, 1. At Providence Buffalo, 8; Provide nee, 7 I'lorrnte aud MeCallonacn. BiK Wlnncn on IraquulK. St. Ixjvis, June 2. The Spirit of the Time. anent the victory of Iroquois, says: "It is to be hoped, too, that our transatlantic cousins may not view the situation through green glasses, but will accept the result as worthily achieved and as a lust verdict in favor ol actual merit," John McCulIough and Billy Florence backed Iroquois to win with $33,500. Hale of Thoroughbred. New York, June 2. The sale of thor oughbred horses from the stables of August Belmont and 1. Ixirillard look place to-ilav A lot of thoroughbred stallions, including Blue Mantle, Medlolhian, oodland, I on.-ti tution and others, the proiierty of K. Tatter- sail, of lyindon, were withdrawn, as no bids were received above the upset price ISel- niont sold nine animals. Woodland being withdrawn for $04'J. Fourteen animals were sold for Lorillard, and brought $2252. Tbe Bay at Detroit. Detroit, June 2. The second day's races here to-dav found the track rather heavy, but the weather was excellent. Firt llace. 2:34 class, for a purse of S0O0. Big John took the race with three straight heats; Alice Taylor second, Independence third, Grand .Sentinel fourth, lime 2:2'.M, 2:2.1,2:31. Serond llace. Iree for all; stallion race for purse of $1000; four starters. Santa Clans and iloiiesetter oeiug withdrawn, Kobert .Mc- Gregorwon three iu straight heats;Wedg we xl second, Monroe Chief third, Hannis fourth. Time 2:231. 2:24, 2:21. St Jnlien was led out upon theftrack and received with trreat applause. It was an nounced that he would not make a trial of speed this week. Nlow Track aud I.Uht Betlinc. New iork. June 2. Mow track, light betting and light attendance were the char acteristics of the Brighton Beach races to- dav. First flttrt. Brighton Beach Stakes, for three-year-olds, niile-and-a-quarter, was won by Baltic; Colonel Sinn second, Endenderry third. Time 2:15. Kliza burst a Mood vessel. Ixcond Juice. .Mile and a quarter. Won bv Buster; Rosalie second, Terror third Time 2:14. The French pools paid $50. Third itciir. Mile and one-eighth. Won by Victim; Gtenmnre second, Harry t. third Time 1:.hi, l:o. - j ' Fourth Hace. Hurdle race; mile and h-ilf. Won bv Speculation; Surprise see. a I .Miss Mallory third. Time 2:53. Miss Mat Clotfiiiig w e Kecoom Clotliiu r IN PRICE-LIST Clothing Clothin - --s . t! or Clothing Clothing - ... -jA- Clothing Clothing 325 Men's Scotch 125 Men's Navy - lOQJMen'a ifavy-Blue 375 Men's Fancy Clothing Clothing Clothing lothing Clothing Clothing Clothin or lory, the favorite, was left at the post at the start. The French pools paid $131. Rather Slow nt Cincinnati. Cincinnati. June 2. Fifth day of the Queen City Jockey club. f irst llace. -Mile heats: best three in five. Pacific, 1, 1, 1; Louise Gwynne, 5, distanced; Mary Anderson. 2. 4. 1 Hette ot iselson. 4, 3, 3; Vexation, 6, 5, distanced; Edwin A., 3, 2, 4. Time 1 :54, 1 :54, 1 :54. Second Jiace. for alt ages; oasn oi two and a half miles. Walkover for Bancroft. Third Itaee. Consolation purse; mile heats. Won by Surge: Alice Coulter second, Kerry Gow third, Ada H. distanced. Time 1 :52, :o2i, 1:53. The extra race, a half-mile dash, was won by Sarah Bernhardt; Springbok filly second, Gussie M. third. Time 53. This has been the most successful meeting ever held at Chester Park. Third liitee. Consolidated purse; mile tiestc - Vcm ty fcifta A I ivxr Cocrtter pnwoj, Harry Gow third, Ada II. distanced. Time 1:52, 1:52J, 1:53. GRANT AM 13 ADS Detained at tbe Quarantine Station Belaw Xew Orleans. New Orleans, June 2. General (Jrant and Captain Lads are passengers on the Citv of Menda from Vera Cruz, detained at the quarantine station. the agents of the steamer have sent a tug boat to the quaran tine to bring them to the city it the authori ties will permit. TOE tOH.VEK IX t'ORX Lonln-Tlie Deal to be Nell led at I'irtr-t'ive Cents. St. Ixiuis, June 2. After two long sessions of the call board and a committee of the Merchants Kxchange, during which all the facts and circumstances relating to the corner in No. 2 white mixed corn were presented for arbitration by both the "long" and "shorts," it was decided that the deal must be settled at fifty-five cents, without penalty or damages. Whether ail the 'shorts' will accept these terms is not known, but the probabilities are that most of the settlements will lie made at the above price. KEAIKI I STACKS Assembled In Htate Convention at Ilieh. mond, Virginia. Richmond, June 2. The Lead iuster's con vention was called to order by General Boil ing, in the absence of General Mahoue, chairman of the State Central Committee. Hon. John Paul, of Rockingham, was ap pointed temporary chairman. He made a brief but stirring address. Committees on Credentials anil Permanent Organization were appointed. there are over iW delegates present, in cluding seventy-five colored men. Mr. Paul, in his speech, congratulated the delegates upon the proud position their party holds to day in the politic of this country. They were no longer held up to the worl 1 as a pitiful party of repudiaiors, but were recog nized everywhere as an honest and the only debt-paying party in the State. Rolling Mill Ntrike in St. l.onix. St. Iau'Is, June 2. The heaters working in the I.inte rolling mill, Last St. Imis, struck last night in pursuance of instruc tions from the Amalgamated iron workers in the east. MAIIKIF.I). VYYCKOFF fOSNKLL At the Kirsl Presbyte riiin Church, in this city, at 8 o'clock uu the evening ot Thursday, June 2, lvl, hy Kiv. Eugene Daniel, Mr. Jons C. W'YCKurr ami Miis Eva R. Consei.l. AttcndsnU: Mr. John 1). Fill ler and Mi's Leo Con noil. Mr. James II. Connell and Miss Mary Hauler, Mr. A. It. MiNees and Miss Mollie Thomas, Mr. II. S. Trczevant and Miss Cynthia I.sttimr. DIE1. RAINES On June i.sl. of congestion. S. L, Raines, at his residence, on Trigg vtnue, near toebuue ivtnaie t-oiiege. Pup notice of fnnornl will botrlven. FlEKAL XOTICF. .1I,LKK. The friends and acquaintances of John Oilier are invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. M a it ala Ou.kkr, his wife, from the resi deuce No. I'liioii street, this (FRIDAY) eveu- nc, .Turn' :M. t 4 nVlMW. Retail Grocers' Union ltriLL meet thi (FRIDAY) eveniiiK. June ;!d, st II So'chs-lc for iicrMitmciit ortTHUization, at the Knirlitsot lnnlsiail nail, - neeou'i airwi. J. W. FLASNKiAN, Secretary. DISSOLUTION. Memphis, Texn., June 2, lsat. milK partnership of LnngstatT, Graham & Proud X lit expired hy limitation June 1, lvn. The husiitt-KS nill lie closed st their orlice. No. 17 I'liiim street. Kilhcr lurliier is authorized to siirn in liuoidalum. A. D. LAX iSTA FF, JAM F-S T. liRAHAM V.. H. l-ROl'DKIT. Madam Maree, of New York, CLAIRVOYANT, ; TTOOMS 7 AND . HOTEL CLARENDON THE V most powerful Ut nWiuin iu America. OuufuU ) r on tit-ml and living friend?: on busi ness ma Iter: ten inarrlagc-t! and love a flairs; can l.x jito evtry uiaae l lite tinman ailing, otbee noun irum 9 a.ui. to t p.m. noCompetition STYLES AND PRICES. OF MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S (P I I T M M lb IL f U In Il k MEN'S BUSINESS SUITS. 2.s0 Men's Durable Suits, well made 175 Men's Union Suits, good styles . 200 Men's Cheviot Suits, Sacque and Frock ', l-r0 Men's Black Worsted Suits, decided Colors 225 Men's All-Wool Business Suits, large variety 275 Men's Light and -Dark Colored Gesstniere Suits 300 Men's Fine All-Wool Business Suits, Sacque and Frock.. uou wen s imported fine Cheviot and Check Suits. Bannockburn Suits, twenty-five gtvles Blue'rnglish Yacht Cloth Suits, Sacqne.-. English Yacht Cloth Suits, Frock French Worsted Suits, Sacqne. vr.; . nelish 1 arhl I nth Kmli I. vwlr MEN'S DRESS COATS AND VESTS. 350 Men's Fine Diagonal Coats and Vests $S 00, $10 00 and $12 00 200 Men's Extra-Fine imported Cloth Coats and Vests.. .$12, $15 00 and 18 00 150 Men's Double-Breasted Prince Albert Coats and Vests $1C,$19, 20 00 200 Men's Imported 'Broad-Cloth Coats and Vests, double and single breasted, Prince Albert style finest goods in the world, $25, 30 00 Extra-Size Suits for Solid Men, ranging in Size from 42 to 54 inches Br. Meas. GENTS' SUMMER. GOODS. 2000 Men's Alpaca Coats, black $ 1 00 2500 Men's Alpaca Coats, silk finish 2 00 1800 Men's Silk Luster, extra fine 3 00 1500 Men's Fine Mohair Coats, thirty styles 2 50 1000 Men's Brillantines, splendid value 6 00 1000 Men's Silk-Luster Frock Coats, Prince Albert style . . 6 00 BOYS' DRESS AND FATIGUE SUITS. 1500 Boys' Desirable Union Cassimere Suite..... $ 2 00 1200 Boys' FJxtra Uuion Suits, fifty styles 2 50 1150 Boys' Fancy Bannockburn Cheviot Suite.."... 3 50 1275 Bovs' Mixed Cassimere Suits , 4 50 1000 Boys' Fine Worsted and Check Suits 5 00 1075 Boys' A 11-Wool. Suits, different styles 0 00 2000 Boys' Fine Imported Dress Suits, fifty styles to select from, tlienoh- , biest styles ever seen in thiscity, $7 50, $8, $9, $9 50, $10, $12, 14 00 MEN'S PANTS. Thousands to select from, ranging in price from 75c up. Birtrlii fact, our assortment is so comprehensive that a man must have singular taste who cannot be suited in both STYLE and PRICE. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. Mill CLOTHING HOUSE, NO. 238 MAIN STREET. II. MYEItSi & CO. - - - IItOIJMFTOItS. The remainder of the Fine Stock of Men's, Boys', Youths' and Children's Clothing of M. FULD,No.333 12 Main Street, must be sold within the next 15 days, regardless of Cost or Value. Call early and secure bargains. ALBERT SEESSEL,- ASSIGNEE. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ITATITRAL APERIENT VATEB, "XMitMt TO Al.r. OTHER LAXATIVES.' "SPEEDY, SURE, AND GENTLE." Prof. AWvrfs, F.K.C.P. LottJon. The most certain an J conifortahle cathartic in exses of sluggish liver or piles. Ordinary Dose. Wineousshh Bffonc BRrfsT. Of u Druggists o MinfRi WTt Dfaifrs. THE ELDKEDGE ! Remington B rf,-M-'-- Vtav Howe, Singer, St. John, It I.Mil I lie World. American. f? )Corner Work in A. VACCAEO. 3. VACCARO. A. . VACCARO & CO. " 1 IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN wTHES, LIQUORS AUD CIGiBS NO it2 f FRONT Clothing Clothing Clothing Clothing Clothing 50 50 00 00 00 Clothing Clothing 15 0( 13 U 10 x 00 50 ........ i A OA 43 00 Clothing Clothing Clothing Clothing Clotting Clothing Clothing Clothing is EE'S SALE! J.B.ALDRICH&CO Wholesale and Retail Dealers in SEWING MACHINE GOODS Parts,Attachments & Repairs FOR ALL MAt'HINKS. GENERAL AUENTS FOK E. BTJTTERICK & CO.'S TATTERNS AND FASI1IOX PIKLICATIO.VS 254 Second Street, Irving Work. lWomplili.Teiin J0II E. HANDLE & CO., Second and Winchester Sts CMctai Iron Wort 0J Mshett, Brooks, Albertson and Allen COTTON PRESSES tiin-Vearinic. Shafting- and Fnlleys, Iron and Mr son t'asllaKS, and all the Foundry and Machine Shop Line A. B. VACCARO. STREET, MEMl'Hf FERGIISOIF t& CO. HARNESS & COLLAR FACTORY 290 MAIN" ST., amsrPIIIS. TEJflt , WTonr atteattma la iavltel lo a erj large anurlmrat or oar own niaanfaelare walrta will compare favorably la price to tta -Eautera and Western market. 8ad for prim. Your order will have prompt and personal attention, and are earnestly Holtrited. 175, 177. 17 Main atreet. I CARRIAGES, BVOOIES, WAC.O i IS TOO To be Reading Sentimental Advertising. - r - lN We wish to place before the great body fflenipnig. Four Gr eat Bargains CHILDREN'S FINEST $8 SUITS FOR BOYS' FINEST $12 SUITS FOR Four Great Bargains L. LOWENSTEIM, L. LO WEHSTEIM, RICE, STIX & CO. Our business in St. Louis lias increased to such an extent that it makes it a physical impossi bility to carry on both houses, hence we have decided, with much regret, to close our Memphis House, and With that view wo offer for sale OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS Fixtures and Lease. The stock is fresh and well assorted. City and Country Merchants will do well to avail them selves of this opportunity to buy at least Ton Ier Out. Below I lie Market Value. To any one wishing to embark iu ihe Jobbing busi ness, we will offer special inducements as to terms and prices. RIGE, STIX & CO. HJ DF.tl.F.B IN STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS HARDWARE. HOIXO W'WARE Sc. CASTINGS, SOLE AUF.KTft FOR VAN'N WKOl'UHT IROX KARHJK. Alao wiMtrartarf Finis Md; Japnanrd TiaWMrr, 'oprr ul Hbrvllroa War .Tin Boollng, Spouting, Unltrrinic ami all Kinrta or Jobbing . Froinpllj A limited to. No. 394 Main Street, ; ; t ; Memphis, Tennessee OPEN FOR THE SEASON, 1881 THE COOL AND PLEASANT ICE CREAM EARLOBS SPEGIU?i&':lV'Al7lMlCS7MI)ISON lew CrMmdellTrrt-d toalliparlaorth rlly. Country ordrra aollrltrd. 176. 178, 10 Front street. A SHORT! of the people now living In and around GENTS' BEST $25 SUITS FOR GENTS' BEST $8 PANTS FOR Al.lj KINIM OF .or.