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JMEMPI11S, TENN., SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1880.
VOL. XLVI NO. 158.
ILL U iJ :4 J
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. Now that the Republicans have
shown their hand, we sngsest that the
Damocralio Erecative Concmittse
meet tomorrow afternoon and change
the time for boldinn the primsry elec
tions and tbe coui'y convention. ; We
must get lrii the csmpnign as quiet
as po3sib!o and jola issua with out op
ponenti. Delays are dangerous.
The Irish men andjwocea cf Mem
phis have arranged for en entertain
ment at Esticat Ta k on the 14th icst.
in aid of thu Parliamentary fund.
Nothing to wt'ivh the etteation of tbe
Memphis public has ever been direct
ed is more worthy its most generous
support than thiB. Irelind is look
ing today frorr the Prsgth of hop?, of
deliverance and of freedom. Sbe can
83e in the d Uance the legislative au
tonomy that is to be hers, and sbe
only needs hMp lo uphold tho hands
of the patriotic mn wlia are fighting
to effect a rraliz ition of the Jrern of a
century,untd victory is achieved. The
Irish people of Memphis are anxious
to do their part in npholding these
hands, hence this entertainment.
which the Arrae.:, hopes everybody
will attend, And so help t swell the
fund which is b9icg used to defeat the
Tories, and make for Glads one a
greater success than even he has
B. Lowknstbin Bros, yesterday inl
tiated the early closing season by
closing their wholesale and retail
stores at 1 o'clock, thus giviDg their
employes a half holiday. This house,
one of the largest and wealthiest in
the Mies:s3ippi valley, thus sets an tx
ample that all the wholesale houses of
Memphk and many cf tbe retail
ought to follow daring the summer
la New Toik, where this has long
been the custom with tbe best mer
.chants, it is stated by those who
know that the effect cf thus closing
t midday en Saturdays durirg tbe
lot months of the year has been to io
rease the capacity ot the clerks for
he work devolving upon them and
hat nothing bes bean lest of the vol
me ot busiDess in any year since
an fitr.t Vipfiin. It is a crpat on'n fnr
te closely confined and hard worked
clerk without Jo s to the employer,
d it is a paying advertisement with
e pnDiic, wno admire no bins so
ch as the geneions treatment of the
ployed by the emp'oyer. We con
gjfamlate the Messrs. Lowensteln upon
step that puts them alongside of all
tfhe great and liberal dry goods bouses
of tne t,tat.
Due country correspoodonfs occupy
p,reat many of the columns devoted
to mews in this tnoralog' .Mvwitb,
"" A ry newsy, and therefore interesting,
letters.. Ooe on the sixth page, from
Dexoto county, Miss., is devoted to
th.e professors recently discharged from
- 0.23 University ci Mississippi. An-
' other is from Sbannon, Miss., and die
cucses the impending rnin of that
I place, while another fr jm Holly
Springs gives the pa; ticnlars of a tail
I to two biides; still a-.iother f;om
Toulon, Tenn,, Ul s of a most enjoy
able barbecue and th ne in tne
Ninth Opngieseiora! DLt ict. A let
ter from Bolivar, Tenn., cn tbe third
page, gives the prootediugs of the
Teachers' Sta'e Icstiiute; and a letter
from Covington, on the second page,
is devoted to H. P. Yonng, the
caadidats for Attorney General
in the Thirteenth District. On tbe
fifth pagealeitar from Washiogton
gives us a glimpse of White House
life, and another from Lyon, Miss.,
paints in glowing colors a barbecue
given near that place on Wednesday
last ; still another from Oxford, Miss.,
is devoted to the murderer Doc Bishop
and one from SjmtririUe, Tenn., is de
voted to politics and the prominent
Democrats ottering as candidates.
Among iheee latter we find the name
of Justice J. H. Hainnr.who is a can
didate, for Regis' er. The Api'ial in
dorses him heartily as an honest, u p-
nghtman, p ete-eea cf the rdquirice
abilities lor toe plate, ana wn eboald
like to see Dim nominal a end elected
Ths Democratic party can easily
calculate, by ths nominations made
yesterday by the Republicans, tbe
work they most do to elect even the
very best ticket tbey can nominate.
Out of the cor. fusion and no'ee of a
very pandemonium a few white
leaders, after fouiteen hours, of con.
tinuous w ork in a e weat box pVi vaded
by anything but the odors of Vjaby
the blest, succeeded in securing the
nomination of Ihe strongest ticket with
the exception of tho Attorney Gen or
alsbip the Republican party could
make up. Judge Tcm Brown wou!d
have been a v. ry strong man in place
of Hayne?, n ho is tbe merest of mere
political schemers and wiie workers,
utterly unfi.ttd for the office.
He is the weakness cf the
ticket, the strong h cf which is to
be found in Judge William M. Smith.
What we must t) do is to make a
ticket that man for mm will be more
acceptable to the ptople. Per-ooal
claims must g;v ay to pprty necss
sity. No man shiuld be a li weJ to
stand in the way of a sure, as that
shall be a eweping vindicator!
of tbe 'Bfg'city ot tbe party. Not
the b:st niea efftrop, but the bai t
men that can he tad. Ti at must be
the determined prliry of ihe partv.
We can win and wa most win. It
rests wibv oiva Ives. Nothing hot
ths most rfc-v'tsj mica ana jenoui can
prevent thtADemucra'a trm taking
paPKBsion a every county tllice
in 8cp:ember no hngbut thi most
willul rug tct cf a pan dirty, tpunh
tings, cliques ad b.ssHS to the wall
and lookirg ot.lv p.rty anrcttfs,
labor without teas ng f .r v ctory.
There ia work lo ne done and it cm
and must Le done w d r tl e tmldarce
of the wisest and meet prudent leadtrs
RELEASED FROM PRIS01
Cl)L. SWALLOW, THE MYSTE
RIOUS PuISO-NEB U THE .
Tennessee Penitentiary, Pardooel by
' the Governor Ills Ideality
at Last Dkclosed.
llPIOUL TO TUB ArrtAL.l
Kashvili.k, Tsss., July 3 Gov.
Bate fedy, in acc rdaace wi:hth
cu-tam tj rurdn a cmvLt evry
Fourtu cf Ju'y, iibert-d a noted c 'n
vict, who has been cal'ed Col. Swal
low. In November, 1382, he was ar
rested hers f.iroblainiaii money umhr
f dee pretense in five cisee and sen
tnred to tbe penitentiary for fifteen
years. Tbe mn had mvy aliases,
out he gave thst cf ' Swallows" as his
real name. He wts a mystery to tha
(flicers who arrested him. Ho Wis
evidently a man tf high cultuie, was
refined to a decree in h s uttnranciS
and actions tnd givo every indication
of gentlemanly breeding. He was
calm unHereveiy circum-ttnee of hii
tria1, and, save for a pall r, received
his sentence stclid'.y. His main ob
ject seemed to be t avoid notoriety,
and ha hastened t) the penitentiary
after conviction without any atteirpt
at a reversal of the decis'on of tin
court. Sirca lis has b;ea witiin the
priton wails he has conducted him
self with extreme decorum. His su
perior ty over his ttrip-d aesociatts
was evident to every ofllr, and to
tbem, too, he appeared a nun wi'h a
hittory ht was auxiaus to cunccal. It
was noticed that f'
THE PR1S0NEB SWALLOW
soent all his leisure hours In writinn.
Presently an ic'es under, t)ie noni de
pumeof "Swa'low" found their wy
into tbe public p:ints. The American
contained several. Tuew were written
in c aseic K-g'ish, with a peculiar
fmcothiiiss, aDd witlul in a floerie
script'.ve vein, for they treated of fcis
toiical incidents long pait. "Swallow"
contributed a tit les to The Century,
Harper't, a"d Tlie Southern Bivouac,
which depicted in rnes'erly style
memoiable epochs in the late civil
war. Campaigns were ana'yxsd, and
the motives which controlled Sou he-n
generals atimporta'it sttge3 of that un
equal warfare wera g vtn, and avetts,
personal and tiavtrical, connected
with the strife rela'ed with such ac
curacy and minuteness cf detail that
tbe writer has highly prais d. It waa
evident that be must have figured in
the scenes which hed.-pieted. Little
did tbe cdittrs and teadera of tbe
'foremost magcz'nes which published
the works of "Swallow," dietm that
he waa a felon in ths Tennessee Peni
tentiary. Not long since tbe Century
sent him a check for f90 for a shore
article. The proceeds were, it baa
been learned, need in iepaying Dr.
Price and Dr. Ward the money taken
tbree years ago. flow,
THE BEST OF THE 1IYBTEBY-
which had enveloped the silent men
who wore stripes and wrote hiatoiv
bejins to be lifted. Several weeks ag-t
Cant. i . J. Portr, of the Biari of
Public Works and Affairs, received a
letter from a. lady in Missouri, stating
tbat through a Musonio lo g in that
eta erne naa received mioimsuon
which led her to believe that a brother
whem she bad long thought dead was
in tbe Tenner see prison under the
name of Col. Swallow. The lady
-signed her name and gave tbe
real came of her brother, and aeked
Capt. Potter to interest bimeelf
her brothers behalf. Efforts to tbat
enect were made, and a mass of cor
respondence wita the Governor en
sued. Pressure came from high quar
ter to induce tne uoverncr to pardon
tee mysterious convict Capt. Sorter
went to see him in his cell and ad-
dreseed hiin in his real name. Col
Swallow, for as fined he must be term.
ed as yet, was astoaisbed He thought
that his name was buried. It was
that of a high and honorable antestrv.
whose dishonor be bad thonght to
save, lie Deggeu secrecy, and n:s ie
qurtt wis granted. Gov. Bate, it is
thought, also knows tbe true name of
the unfortunate, but be will cot
divulge it. this much, bow
ever, is reliaby known. The
shrewd swindler, whess oi orations
covered several (states, and tbe letter
wriier 'or The Century was i orn in
Fredmicksburir, Va . tix'v vsrs agto.
There are strong reasjua tor buheving
mat ma true name is btepnen u. f or
ter, though no relative of CaDt Alex
Poiter, who s eerneaUy labored for
nis release, nia ranany was wea.thy
and aristocratin. He went to Gejr ire-
town College, Penn y vania, and was
a e assmate of Pieiiddut Artliur and a
college male of Gen. Robert Toombs
AT THE 0FKNIN0 OF THE WAS
ha entered the Confederal service.
he saw bard service, he wfs shot
tb rough the body once ard lift lor
dead on the bit It fio d of Fredericks
burg. He recovered, howiver, and
again enlisted, only io bo ehot again
through the leg. These scirs remnin
to tell of his couair. He wis on tbe
staff of Gen. Jubal Early, and latar,
on tbat of Gen. Buckenridge. Thus,
tne mystt ry oi nis accurate acquain
tance with tbe war and the high
merit of ''Swallow's " articles, which
at'iai t the attention of the veterans of
both a des. is readily explained. The
tens by which the coaraaenus and
cultivated Southern sildier felt a-e as
a sealed bo k. With his fortune
swpt awsy by the s'r fe in which he
bad (0 netriy ottered up bis life, may
it not bave bwn tbat tbe bioken
spiri'e, mercuiial t-mperament io
one temp:ation loet his hih estnte,
and hooj evil to wo Be became another
sad mouument to Ihv rnin wriuirbt
by war. Howtvr, si in in a: gnev-
ousy, he has grievously au fired.
The ased man now only seeks to
hide his retrett from the gaze f his
f. liow mer. He hax a son iu F orida,
who thinks him in Europp, and he it
i to whom he will prohkbly tarn.
His form is now bent, his lmksfre
white, and his s ep f b e, a id he
lcngx, as he wr ta to the Governor, t
pjts hs latdajs in rest. Counting
good time, he bad served five yarj of
the fifteen vllotvd bim and lew will
be f jund h- will d ny tha the chief
executive of Tennetee erred in araat-
ing liberty t th's eufferiog icion of
THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
snoke tonijtht at the Public Square.
G. 8. Ridley, of Mur'reeabcro, can
rid.te for riminal Judg; Andrew
Allison. canuiiate I r (Jhantollor, nd
Moses R. Priest, candidate f r Attor
ney Genera!, were the orat r of trie
evening. P i etia Fra'ik R- d'g oppo
nent, and a younn maa wh is flf
made. His sptch was the bst rte
liveied in the State capitol by any
m n ol his yens fine th war anil
excited vatt entbrjaUsai. He literally
excojia'p-l Jtid on dragging the war
in as an i&eue of tbe canva-s. Tbe
open h had a fine effect on Democrats
as a wuoie.
Anoihrr B'a Block of Land Pur.
chaapd by Capitalist.
Isrtom, to thi rrii..l
BiBHINGHAM, An, Jul? I!. A SVH
dica'e of New Yorkers Lave bont;M
soma 800 acres cf iroa land on lt'd
Mountain, nar Tiiivil!e, twe!ve
miles up tH Alaboma Great Sou hin
nilroad. The gentleman who r.ogo'i
ated the a!o has bought a b( ly t f
land frou'ing on b th the Alubama
Grkt f-'outhrn aud (ieorgia l'uc Ho
roaae, nve miles from the ciiy, end iu
every resjett a good sitef ra luauace
A re spectthleiookiag o d gHntlem n
named T. O'Conno-, billing irocn
Jackeonvi 1, Fla , t'itd of fevtr cut at
J.ikeview l'a k. He was taken sick
Thura. ay aud turned over to the
keeper, having roacquaiaiancesintha
city. It transrired lodiytlnt he rr
c-n ly separated from h a wife, and it
is surpesed gr et killed u rn.
A cwmpany wi h a nooiinsl capifsl
of flOO.OCO hae b-en forrcci to buiid
up the vi-laga cf R heaa. seven milrs
northwest ot thit city. It owns 2(0J
aires of land adjacent to the seifl
ment. Two .'ocal bankers and ether
solid men are in tho scheme.
A lllK Political Ppeaklag- and Old
ISriCIAL TO THI AHPKAL.f
IIoxiE, Ark., Ju y 3. Tha people
from this (Lawrenc-) and adjo'nlng
counties m ne 1 out here today to tl e
number of 3000 to hear tome of the
candidates for Stateaod county oilirei,
and attend an old fashioned iou: trv
picnic. Gov. Hughes was the firtt
speaker, and acquitted himself ha ad
Bomely in a epeetsh of ore hour's
duiation. Good humor and crder
were some of the marked f aaturt s of
the day, and everybrdy went home
ha py, more content. d and math
wiser. Th s Is concaded to nave beea
the largest gathering ever tee a in
Express Tr la Wrecked.
PoiTaViiLE. Pa., July 3. The ex
press t-a'n from Philadelphia for Wil
linm port, on the Philadelphia and
, Reading railroad, ran into a coal train
standing on, a tide track, near Tama
qua this afternoon, the switch having
been- lett opxn alter the coal train
passed onto the siding. Bilh engines
were wrecked, the express tar of the
passenger train was telescoped, and
the baggige and mail car badly dam
aged. J. L. Bricker, a prominent citi
zen of Mahoney City, aud John Dick
er, of Williamspnrt, the mail mtsien
gr, wm seiiou ly injured icternallr,
and Tilghman Gleckner, of Tamaqua.
srgioeer of the na-renger train, ami
Fr ck Brewer, of Williamr-port, bag
gige master, were teverelv b'uised,
Beveral otber persons received alight
injuries. A larga quantity of misoel
hneoos mercham ise in tbe express
cur was destroyed.
New Orlbnp, La., July 3.--A spe
ciil from Pearlioutjn, Alia., to tbe
J mt-Demcrat aaya news bas just
reitcced nere ot the ivncning on
T) ursday lest of Georgt Parker, col
ored, wbo on June 19, made a crimi
nal assault on on a white lady in the
upper p or lion of Hancock county.
TheacreaaiH of tha ludy frightened
tbeliendoff. A number of citzens
started in, pursuit and eventudly
caugl t him in the neighborhood of
Wakiah JH nfl, on Pearl river, and
there meted out to him summary juh
tic. - 't
Serloaa Charaoa Acalnat a Shrlll.
Vicksburo, Miss., July 3 the
grand jury In a report snbmit'ed to
the ' court today, charges tbe late
Sheriff R F. Bmk with defrauding
thacoU'ity ouf nf about 150.000, and
with packing j ur ea io order to effect
tan escapo ot murd rers and other
criminal. Btck ia now abient aud it
is not known when he will return.
Knocked From a Trail and Killed.
Atlanta, Ga., July 3. Today ne.r
Dallas, an unknown man and woman
were ktocked from a tie.-tie and
killed by a train on the Eu-t Tennes
see, Virginia and Ge- rgia rad.
WhltcHnn Hnngat Pltiaboro.HlM.
laraoiAL to thi arriAL.I
CoFFiEvnxt, Miss., Juy 3. Doo
Bishop, white, wrs hung tit Pittsl oo
ttdsyinthe presmca of about 20 0
people, 'i he trap was i p'ung at 1 :44.
Bishop up ti the last laid he was not
Afteb t ree ytar-iol Bufl.'iing with
bone ecrulula, toe bones were working
out nf mv leg. I pieced myself uu' er
the trea m nt of B 0 Kelsay, the
natural doc or in Memplrs, Tenn , eni
be hes cur d me ai utid aod well, and
I have be n to wo k over one yf-ar. I
advise all nHipd onc t s e him.
1. h. SHAW, Yorkville. T.nn.
Tbe Fanrtu al Slernalak Bprlaaa.
laraniAb Toraa arriAL.i
DbFiisu SpiiNoi. Fla., July 3.
The natloDtl anniversary of American
indepe-ide' i'e was celebrated today
th imptsine and appropriate ae iion-
stratious ty thtt Sutnaii Pi'gum
Fa.hars of t e Florida Iliyhla. da and
tha folrliwa of te h n "mi or".
II. P. O. tLK1.
It TEMPBH Lod. No. 27. B. P. 0. Flkl-
iYL OOoaria d nemhen r re.U'til to
attend a mwit 'f ' their hall, Odd Fullowi'
Build a, thl ItjUNUAVl tfDloir. al S
o'clock. VillliBf ratbrnn taternallr in
vited. OnC. W. SMITd.E.R.
Cbab. BoKma.Bee y.
KalihU mt alonar Picnic Uanll'
TIIR EzeanUr and luboommlttem of oar
late rlfiittiii will uie-t at our ball
TUE DAY EVKNlNii,Jalrib,at8o'clocli.
to make aeuWvent and Bnai reiorU Br
order oi Chaim an .
lauuia uul,ubiiu, ceo y.
CH NCERY SALE
No. E019, K. D.-Chnoorr Court f Bhalby
county -Ui ot louueuue, etc., ti. oa
rab Armitroni et l. ' .
BY virtue oi i- a InterloonUry deoree lor
it, eitrre t la the abore auie on tin
ih day cf June. "", ). U. M, i.ae l.'Vt,
' will 'eh. ai p iblie atwtmn, to the hiab-
eat bidder, ia fr at o. the Clerk and Nm
ter'i office, ooui bniwa oi bhulby eounty,
halardajr. Aaanat 7, IHHS,
within legal noo'S the followini denoribed
pr!erty, itn.,n- e bihy o unty, Ten
n..M. tn wit: orr ein lo bnvinnina at a
atake on the wet i"e ot N'nth (treat 13)
feet north of ti e north aide nf IV line,
atrteti tner.ee ei ard parallel with Caro
linatreet 161-.'4 lee t-'aftaa; thenonorth
25 feet to an alley; thauea auuih loot to
the beginniu. . .... ..
Xorinioi hnle 'la a (T.-du ofnil m. nlhl
note wi'h teonrlty rauuin d : lien re'ained i
rjemption barred 'lhi Jul i, IHHtj.
H. 1. OTOirir v aijv,, tjiera ena itiuewr.
By H. t. Weleu, liepotv Ulrk and ,i"tr.
V. II A o. w. llM.kell aad Joha luba-
BKNNKTT Vr. 1'kmmki.ia Bkkkktt, in
the veventy-fifth yearnl hernre. lArkamiaa
City and Little Hook iuper pieaae copy. J
Funoral fom refldence of J. C. Mi'Gncroe,
No. 365 Madison ttro-.t, thii (SUNDAY) af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. Friends of tha family
invited to attend. .
WATERMAN-tiatnrday night, July S,
18' t", 12 o'clock, Mra. ' u.,1 W atirman,
wife of L. Waterman, aged thirtytia irearr.
Funoral will take place M6NDAY MOKN
INll at 10 o'clock, from herniate raidence:
No. ?!1 Mnin ret.
1UESDAY, JULY 6
aV Wall aware ara we ihat ',! late in tha
leaton, tbero!nre do wa taaron your antici
pations by offering atill creator induce
ments. LIST, OH, LIST !
SB (nl bits a fins MISSES' CORSET
worth $ t.OU I
35 Tenia bii a bunch o' handtnme 03
IRIUU Tll'i, 3 in bunoh-all colon.
10UO One Milai and Fancy 6IR AW HATS
at U5 ceula curb.
800 Snraya of fins FRENCH FLOWERS
At 50c! At$i! At $2!
Complete Dren Patterns' and short lengthi
of Dress Hoods and Silk, worth three, lour
and five times the consideration.
$10 PARASOL FOR $3.
About twenty-five ot this lot. They will
o, and go quick at this price.
10,000 Yards of Fine Laces
In wide, narrow and medium widths. Oris
ental, Spanish and Thread at Ittn a yard.
These roods only at this price Tuesday,
Flounciogs and Beaded Laces.
Tha balance of oar
Jerseys and Spring Wraps
Golngfor abtllad no. 'or a song. TUES
DAY will be the only day on which tha mel
ody and fine aongoaa be learned or enjoyed.
Tha finest quality Bilk pure Silk-
GLOVES AND MITTS
In White, Cream, Block and Tan
At SO Cents per Pair, Worth $1
PATfEKX HIT ' DEP1BTXENT !
Do not miss our great
Tuesday, July 6th
ANQERONA LODOK, No.lftD, F,
end A.M. Will mettln slsted
communication MONDAY NIGHT. '
July 5th, at 8 o'clock, for dispatch
ot regular monthly business Vis-'
iting brothers fraternally invited.
Byorderot GKO. T. BASSKXT, W.M.
Attest: Dodqi C. Tnn, Secretary.
TTtORtha Irish Ho n Rule Picnic will be
X' sold at the Knigbts or lnnistall tlall,
corner of Second and Jefferson streets,
'Sharadnw niKlsa aszl. tbo Sill In
sianl, at 8 o'clock, to the highest and bast
milR firm of ORiJILL BROTHERS CO.
X ia this dav disselved hy limitation. The
surviving partners EDMUND OitUILL and
JOHN T WiLLlN -t, have associated with
them FREDERICK OHGILb, and will con
tinue the bu-ines under the old firm name
Ol IIKUlliU tirtUlllBKH a tU.
Memphis, lenn., Juneau, lm.
JNn. O DAVIDSON and G. It. DKNIHON
nave an interest in rue pronisotour oun
aess from this date, July 1, lwo. .
OhGtLL UrWluKKS UU.
lis date. The firm will ne known under
1 A. uiiv'i mm m v mm ,u iu, wu-iusra uu
e style ai a, ncaivrwiwn.
July 1, 1BS6. A. HEXTKR.
State National 15anb6t Memphis
Deala-n 'led 1'nited States Denosttory.
sjntsiviara s'roma, vo,vuu.
UaarBis, Tina., July 3, 1M6,
milK Direct rs at this Bank hare daclared
X tne uual tiemi-annual Dividend of
aive (o) a-r i:eui. trom net 'Hfbings ol
pail six monins, payaoie n aemana.
rn. p. uu vmnutiABi, vasnier.
4th July Excursion
HOT SPRINGS. ARK.,
Vla3sinrbis antl LiHls ajfli K.R
Jjaily M mud 4tU July-Oaie rare,
.411 Ronald Trip.
RnnitniLB op traivS:
Lv. Memphis, ti k L. R , 6:a.m 4:21)
p.m. At. nut itooa.in. .v u. h., liioa
p.m.. 11 : p.m. i,T. Lilile Hock I. M. t
to. l -M p m , 1:45 a.i. Ar. Malvern, I.
M. k Ha.. 2:47 p.m.. 2:78 a m. Lv. Malvern.
H. s. R. x., M p.m.,l:W a.m. Ar. Hot
Sprint. H. q- H. K., 4:2( p.m., 4:10a.m.
A luv-Light Rid Memphis to HotKurin
th "rest Hanitarium. The curative powers
oftheae wonderfu Hurlngs bava become eele
era ed throu-hout the world, and ever tine
should avail themselves of this opportunity
or visiting tne reaiest prne on eartn.
Houn.l-Trip T.cktu will be on sale at all
T'cket Offices, sod will b limited good lor
return pnssogi until and on July 1 Jth.
S. L. KiNi.ar, Tioi. et Ajr't, R. U J i.i.HT,
TcketAf't, B. U mm us Ikt. Ag't. Memphis.
J. B KRANKLIN. Pasi'r A't. Memphis.
D. MILLER. Hen, Pass, and Tioket Ag't,
Little Rock. Ark!
DU. It. L. LASK1,
Phjhiclnri. Norrcon and Arcooeber,
RKHIDKMCK AND OFFICE,
813 Mali' Mr4l. Nnr titlOA.
Telephone No. H8.
Corner Hadlmiu uud Third Streets.
i'FFI'"!K U00RS-11 to 12 a.m.
Telephone OH3. 4 to 6 p.m.
MASOtfIC 'TEMPLE BONDS.
HOLDERS of Mnsonlc Temple Eond will
present their July Coupons at Fira
Na'.onal Bank of Memphis for payma
Byordr D. P. HADDBN, Frasidant.
Bum F, Fbicm, beeretary.
Emit or Brois
Invito the vprrlal attention of the
Ladies of 31 omplils to tliolr
. in .
prior to tliflr urnil-gnnnal Invcotorj
taking, ou Jul; 81st.
Without Regard to Value
Every Tlireatl of Summer titwls
For Crinkled Oingbam, Ir Pink, Blue,
Drab, fawn, Cream and While. Former
prioe, 17 oents.
4 1-2 Cents
For Cheese Cloth, in Pink, Light Blue,
Cream ticarlot and Tan. Reduced Irom
7S oents. .
7 3-4 CeLts
For yard-wide India Linn. Sold evory-
100 pieces erash Towtllng at 4H centa
worth 10 cents.
JO plaool Laca Yoking at Y-'i and 15 oents.
58 1-2 Cints
For 11-4 Croohat Quilts former price, f' eta.
100 extra large Marsalllel Spreads at tl M
worth 12 7.').
For CHECKED NAINSOOK.
1003 doien Checked Linen Doylies at 2H
1W doten Turkish Bath Towels, good large,
aise, at 8i centa each.
011-red Table Linen, 32 and 45 cents. Special
value. - S
Wa bava left 100 Groat of Pearl Creis But-'
Uu to oivse at 5 niti a doien,
Xxa. Our r
Will be DIsplajed Hosts or Atlrac
1000 dos. QenU' White Lawn Ties at Ic a doa.
saarOwIng to remodeling aid .nlartngear(
Bale-rooms on second and third floors, wa
have been oompellad to move a great manfr,-
goods down sUirs, and for tha NEXT H
DATS will tall at QRBATBARGAINH, lb
Curtains and Curtain Oonda of ev'jr1l!
scrlptlon. l 00 Laca Onrtalna fnr Ju t M
ili 00 Laoa Curtains for -.,,-....'.$1 W
8 ro Laoa Curtains lor..,... .,..;..... I 75
f 4 00 Laoa CurUlns for ti U
2m L,aca uuriains ior.. ..upu
I I 86 Lace Curtains loraT,'.... 7(M
Attend onr Clearing Sale ot LADIES' MUS
LIN UNDERWEAR, all marked In plain
Great Bargain Sale ia Corset, Cor
' set Cover", Baby Cape, Etc.
STILL FURTHER REDUCTIONS IH
WHITE GOODS DEPARTM'T.
Plaid Mulls atSHIa.
Plain India Linen at 12s and iSc. Best
value in Memphii.
All our and 90c Plain and Plaid White
(ioods reduced to loo.
Ladles, It will pay you to come or send your
All Onr Fang Hast Be Hold.
All Oar Parasols Leas Than Cost to
PRICE AND SEE'TIIEM AT
In Ladles' fillk Oleves.
In Lad as' Silk Mitts.
In Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, and Laca
ana Mull lias.
100 dos. Ladies' Full Regular Made Balbrlg-
gan nose at ivo.
100 d a. Oontl-men's Full Regular Made
Baibriggan Uosa at 17c.
100 d s. Ladies' Solid Colors and Black
ilose at 25e.
Ladies' Black and Colored Silk Hose at Vo,
Oar Domestic and Sheeting Sale
Will be a thing of interest this woek.
Gentlemen's White Drosa Shirts,
Gentlemen's Lnl undried Shirts,
(Jentlotnen's Suspenders, Scarfs and Ties.
Gentlemen's Summer Underwear.
All Orders Through Mall Promptly
and Carefully Filled.
OFFICE Room 1 (now) Cotton Exchange Building. Telephone 01)5.
norm Hriii.n hiki nor--
rniiiiist (nearly) :,-, nun. nun
WKIrliwifror ietw lork I.H l,r,ilt
lliiluiicr 4'.IHornin I.UO.Oul
Amcrlcau Narrly 4'oiniHiiy ,
All classes of property insured. tfi-icUl
to York Life
Typographical Union Picnic !
AT ESTIVAL PARK,
TUESDAY, : : : : : .IUI.V , ISS.
Arno lcl'asi iill Hand,
sar A (laid Ileadel fane will be voted to the moit popular candidate
ovsr A beauUlul llold Coniiiosing Stick will beawarded the most graceful girl Wallier un
dor 10. Kf A Silver fuo for the br!-t irkmin,
war-AliMIHlilM, KIKTY OK NT. LAPTEV FREE. -a a
AT THE CLOSE OF lUrSIXF.SIS, JUXE SO, l&SO,
Cash tliKl.TBt) 52
Blaht exchange 208.604 81
1 37!l,S'.i SO
Loans and dticonnta - tmi.Ml ti
Bankimhousa furniture and flx-
tuics rf '17,000 (10
Otber real estate :,!M IKI
btocki and bonds t JO.itfiii lid
Total H,lW0.iitr l 1 Total tI.2D0.3KT 84
I. Kdwaid Molilarollh, t'nahlcr of ihv) Usirmasi Bstatk, do aolomnlr twral
llial ilse above atniciueui la cos-rove
EDWARD UOLDSNITII, 4telilrr.
Sworn to and aatiorlbsd before ma this June 30, 1 SKA
HUN8D0N CARY, Notary Public.
We. the nnderslgned, having carafully examined tha Rocks, Accounts, Bills and Cash of
the UK.RMAN 11 AN a. report the above stitninent correct and s.uiilaotoryi; VYe r. com
mand that a Cash Dividend of Seven and Uno-hait (7'-.) Per Cent, b declareil out of III
cvnincsoi tne past six monins, anu mat ma
set, ast-je lor v,onncgeni runs.
Marnn. THH., Jnle I. IHMfl.
a tit Tea mirTiTTann
,n?ATFMKXT AT CLOSE
;, R4NOI ItCEa.
rnh on band and In bank I 27.0H4 9A
Htin flituroa UU 00
rilia discounUd , 4l,6ti0 62
Donds and lovattmenta (market
ue) .. su.tno 20
-Wm. the unilenlened Comiititta.. heratif
U iilinii I HI
LaUkisnt, and Cash, Dills and' lavMtm.nts, aod Dad them all oorrect and satisfactory.
, Ws rsoomraend thut tha sum ol ja'xjC, from the ttarnlnai of past six months, be oroditea to
I) P. 11ADDRN. rresldent.
KWD. UOIiDHMITIi. Vice-President.
J A H 4 N A T ti A S , faabler.
WM k til ORGANS
"THE NTAMAUII Ol-VTHR WOULD."
PAKLOIt AND CIIAI'EI, STYLES, 25.00 AND UaJaJBDj.
sMrTERMS-Cssh, or easy Mo'ithly Iintallmenta. s Write for Illustrated Oatatogub.-
O. TSLm JE3COXJC3E51 cfb CO.
NOLK aUSNfaj IV K
SJ'o.aOB XbXaBvtaa. Bt).
1(11 llsilnw Slirefl, rwitevl.li. i
B. J. Semmes & Co,
J. K. GODWIN, Prei't. J. M. BOOMIIAK, YlcePrea'
Tl -a-rl nf
JOHN ARM1STKAD, 0. B. flHYAN. A. Wfjrt Wfrfo
6 A Uetvaialtory of tbe State of Twin in. TvasiMcta "fri ttHr&lug
Iry Goods, Notions, Ilosleif
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GSOBS,,
Noa. 326 and 328 Main
trnrnmr -i Hi
-VTTK ARB IS DAILY RECEIPT Or DK.SIKADLE raPBIMaj ANU SCHMIsI
Vy OIKIOM, which we odor to the Trade unon the most favorable terms. Our price
will compere favorably with those of any market In the United Mates. We ara Aaeals tor ' ,
Tennessee Mauafactarlug Co.'a l'lalilx, DrillH. (iheetlns, Nhlrtljg, Eta.
I i b II
And Commission Merchants.
Tfoa. SI and 30 Undison street, ZlQwjiklei
I FqvillnMA of WtthvUIn ...ft 107,-M
li ux vlllo or Knnxvlllo... l.ia.ttttl
I'lioeuis r llr.tokljn IMa-
rtne Daparliueat). -1,910, 4S8
Mithlus lloiulw of Ntirrlyalilp.
Altention given to Insuring Country Store.'
("ni'ltul stock IJ'ifl.OiiO (in
f Surplus fund 140 0H0 (HI
Deposits.... 872,144 2
Not profits post six
months $2l,345 W
Prodis previously ua
divldod l.m 40
luriner sum ol msiu outnt saldjarnlngt ba
ol a-Msu outnt saldearnl
R O. UHAVK8.
JOHN T. FROST.
J. T. PETTI F.
CAWIMPC DM! It'
,im v i.i i ii in i
nnwii i hvt-t N
- .t 20,0(10 no V
U I -
PioAla (nets months)...
, 114,234 I
elirtffT that mm kiva avamlnJ Ik &hM
140, 1A4 71
n a'-uii.dpi imijU.
.1. (I. HANDWORKER,
V, M. UAVIN,
, Kt. mining Committee.
HIE HOW II WEST, t
TS3.nii.fm, Toun, I
ae, 1 1 oil oiiyn aivert, HI ltl
i'U CH. RAISE, Clei .
St., Memplils, Tonn.