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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TEJSnST., MONDAY, JULY 8, 1872.
"VOL. 32-lSrO. 20(3
Hpkkciiks ti--iiirht at the Poplar
Hire t market by Uie several candidate
for all sorts of offices will douhtiea be
very uateTctgln;. One of tire candidates
will ileflue the results of divisions Id the
Democratic party, and show how Shelby
county will be readily made another
Afrioa if the white wople do aot eo-
enite in tine election.
Thk MIowtnR shamefully slanderous
lispatch. damning; to the character of
our city autuoritiea, appears in the
Knox ville Prrt and Herald. Of course.
the newspaper is not lwjxrtisible for this
grata slander, but surely it should have
known that the municipal authorities
f a Christian city, whose t hief Magis
trate is a prominent mem 1st of a chris
tian church, in a civilized age and coun
try, could not tie induced, by mere
moneyed .rinsideratioiis. to suffer the
presence of au active moral calamity
-imply for pecuniary reward. We would
not advert to this matter, so shameful
is it. but it has found its wav into the
tolegraphic columns of newspapers cv-! th ner enl iu the Tuited
. , ... ,. . . almost even-steamer, ami m
en-when-. and will disgrace us abroad. : freiijently ga ve him liits of
The dispatch is as follows: i political Berlin gossip, whlcri
k uf SKruici.ius game oi kciio, wu.cu
flourished in twenty places about this
city for several years, and was sup
pressed some months ago, is again to be
opened, the city authorities having
granted the requisite permission. Four
men are reported to have paid, in
cash, to the Mayor, ten thousand dol
lars for the privilerv.
Aspeoai. dispatch from Washing
ton to tiie St Louis Jiepublican says
that the sole question likely to create
much division of opinion in the Balti
more Convention is in what mode tiie
preference fr Greeley should be mani
fested. Three modes have been sug
gested one, a resolution declaring it in
expedient to make a Democratic nomi
nation, ami saying nothing about Gree
ley and Brown. It is objected to this,
that there are many Democratic voters
disaffected to the Greeley ticket, who
will not vote for him except in defer-
nee to the clearly expressed voice of
the convention, and this mode, there
tore, is little flavored. The plan
of a formal ballot and a reg
ular nomination of Greeley as
the Democratic candidate is objected
to as tending to drive off Republicans.
The last plan the one most Javored by
tireeley's friends is a resolution recog
nizing and approving the movement of
tho Liberal Republicans at Cincinnati,
declaring that at this juncture it would
not be expedient to present a regular
Democratic candidate, and recommend
ing to all Democrat the support of the
Greeley and Brown ticket as affording
the fairest promise of restoring peace,
reform unci local self-government and
the supremacy of the constitution.
Cpon such a resolution aa this
there would doubtless be a rote by
Slates, which would n nearly if
not unanimous, and this would con
elude the serious work or the Con
vention. But for the formalities of adopt
iim a regular organization, committees
on organization and ou credentials, the
business of the body could be dispatched
in a day, and it is ltelieved that two
days will wind up the whole aifair. No
exciting or any debates are expected,
and it is not likely that any abuse of
Greeley will be patiently listened to, if,
contrary to all usages, it should be at
tempted to assail the manifest choice of
the bodv. W e will have the news of tile
mi nn tain here iu Memphis within the
hour that it is made, and the several
Democratic and Greeley clubs will make
proper demonstrations when the event is
Progress af Craps aad intellectual Cul
ture the Boys in the Coutry
Or.p.HAJtTows, T a.. Juiv ti. IsTS.
Editors, .ppkal Around Chapel
Hill Church, four miles South of this
place, is to lie found a neighborhood of
most intelligent, industrious and thrifty
tanners, 1 tie rains for the last month
have is-eiijuMsueuastue farmer wanted,
and crops are very promising indeed.
Corn has not been better for Jiauy years.
Cotton is also very good a little grassy
ou some farms, but Kenerally not very
much so. Candidates are not so plenti
ful as t :c v were a few days ago, and the
probability fe, that, like the caterpillars
and es-usts, they soon be gone.
VVmu 1 wish to write about, however, is
rhr? most exellent neighborhood, and
jttrticularly tiie Debating Society.
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No one o. Uuh ueighhorhood thinks
him-elf suenr f. h.- :..-,t..s.r. .-..i:--
uuenUy they are the more sociable.
Each ajiU all
atU'Udw to 1
there no ca
too well sal
if own busiaerw aad lets Uiat
aloue. only -io far a- lo be
Diese Lin tigs beiiiK ho, you I
the iuetion: "Whv"are
lUidittes from thix iieihbor-
would answer thai, all are
L-ifitl to live as they are now
So uue Miirm t'j i small a Uusi
as a county oftW--. We are not readv
for rexleralor nl&in ijimttioiiM. Hut tbere
are onu- voumk nit-u iu this section who
are now in a fair way U t.--oine legisla-
ton, aya-afnTH. luemljers of Congress
aud perhaps a President or two. They '
l I - - ' . i
' ij jai.ijev a ijviahiu I iuu nuujc
time ago anl stioweii on tueir
unfledKi-d elouuence in a short
flight of two minutes each. "The
Benefits .if the 0w and Horse was tu
subjwt -f the first eveuiug's debate.
They have improved so vastly that now
their efforts would interest au old politi
cian or a professor of rhetrh- in oue of
the old seats of learning. They liave
public debates every' month, and oue
would be surprised to see what interest
i- manifested in their etlorts. It is to be
hoped tin young muu w ill pardon us
tor mentioning the names of Uie leading
t "Hi . Boyd. I
and Win ford. T
tak- a part at ti
hold ou so faith)
names we meutii
have not improve
10 these young m
Uieir beginning, o
so much. Listening
ti now, and knowing
le is reminded of Uie
e by the ancient or
ators. particularly Demosthenes.
We need not be surprised if, within a
few years, we shaU see some of Uie above
mentioned nriues in legislative nails.
W have hope, however, Uiat some
may prefer the pulpit to Uie bar.
Not only must we sk in praiae of
tnese young men in tne anove parueu
iar. but we must sai r, that they are v
industrious, economical, temixrate
moral some if Uiem religious, and
doubt not but all will be at an early day.
There lb a most interesting Sumlay
school. uumberiug sixty-eight or seven
ty, atChajsO Hill Church, under thesu
puiuteudeuce of Mr. K. U. Lliis. We
can say tor this neigh tmrbood, what can
11 o: any other some
r family, and, iu most
ernoer or suitable age,
hurch. There is no a
; whole neighborhood,
aue language, and that
lere has been a most !
: femaie school hi oiieration for
the last five tesaions. If you wish to;
visit us. we can supply you with every- (
thing the country a'lbnis, and delighl
vou wiUi the iierforniauces of our de-1
hating club. w. w. au
Mlae Kellogg was received at Buck
ingham Palace on Wednesday last.
The Story of his Emrafremtnt to
Daughter of Mejrfrheer How Loui
sa Mu 1.1 bach Wa Huwl.b..l Ky
an Impost er.
Berlin (.'onvspoiidcnee Xew York sun.,
Iutlie summer of '. Louisa Mulil-
bach, the German
bight of her nopulf
the most rapid s
to tire of iHTiisinir
irk, in !
tile and eiitertainJl
Of one f her Tiovt
nd and his Court,
no fewer than
pie wen1 sold.
s. which will
very strange to our i
popularity of Mine,
most entirely died
w that the
Muhlhach ha al
sss so much that
rliteraH to art a
ti v. and to tieg.
more welcome to turn as he was a regu
lar contributor to one of the leading
GEOKOK BANCROFT 1 IXVT..
In one of her letters to her American
urt nt she mentioned the interestinir fact
that tiie Houorable ( ieorge liancrol'l, the
Ambassador of the United States in the
t'ourt of Her in. was dead in love with
Mile. Ida Meyerbeer, the youngest
daughter of the illustrious composer of
"Roliert Ie Dtahle:" that they were en
gaged to lie married, and that their
welding was to be solemnized at ;iu
early' day. This was ceruunly interest
ing news, and Mme. Mulillwich's agent
tost no time iu numinuuioatiug it to his
newspaper. The item soon made the
rounds of the American press. A fort
night afterward it reached Germany,
and was extensively fipied by the news
papers of the Fatherland. Tliet iarnian
illustrated periodicals even went so far
as to publish Mile. Meyerleer s portrait,
and to mention in tiie I n .graphical
sketch accompanying the cngravim;
that she was engaged to Is- married to I
the Honorable (ieorge Bancroft, the
J American Minister to theCourt of Berlin
GEORliE BANCROFT NOT IN LOVE.
Unfortunately there was no founda
tion whatever to the story. Mile. Ida
Meyerbeer had been betrothed a year be
fore to a you nu Austrian officer. Baron
vot Teller. When she first read the
rumor als-ut herself ami Mr. Bancroft
she was both puzzled and amused; for
she had never met Mr. Bancroft, and she
did not know whether he was old or
young, ugly or hamisonic. This frame
of her mi.id, however, gave way to a
feeling of intense vexation, when letters
of congratulation upon her impendintr
union with the American Amliassador
began pouring in. And when she eould
not ride out in the Berlin Thi irgartcn
without being stopped by friends and
even casual acquaintances who congrat
ulated her and inquired about the health
1 of her supposed Jiau- . Her mortiliea-
tion rose to the highest point when her
i real betrothed, Baron Teller, seemed dis
j tracted and threatened to wreak ven
' geance upon the head of the mischiev
I ous person who had started the story.
j THE GREAT HISTORIAN'S ANNOYANCE.
The Hon. ieorge Bancroft was hardly
I less excited. He did not know anything
I atiout it. He had never seen Mile. Mey
1 erbeer. He did not know whether she
I was homely or pretty, dull or accom
! plished. He was at a loss to know
what to do under the ojreum
i stances. But one day Baron Tel
', ler called upon him, and then the
two wronged gentlemen resolved to sift
the story to the bottom. They called
I upon the editor of one of the Berlin
journals that had published it. The edi
tor said that he had taken the item from
a New York newspapee. Mr, Bancroft
thereupon ascertained through his
! friends in New York that the item had
originated in a Western daily newspaper.
and the editor thereot, after consulting
his enrrespondeut, gave the name oi
Mme. Mm nl bach as the author of the
When Mr. Bancroft and Baron Teller
had obtained this infbrrrration, they sent
' a note to Mme. Muhlbach, who lived al
IT Behren krasse. Berlin, inquiring when
1 it would suit her convenience to receive
them. Now, Mme. Muhlbach has a 1
' weakness for the great of this world,
and a visit from an ambassador of a i
great power tills her with delight. So
she wrote back that it would afford her
unbounded pleasure to see Mr. Bancroft
and the Baron Teller on the following I
day. At the appointed time the two
gentlemen were conducted into her 1
sumptuous parlors, where the popular
rce-c.ved Uiem in the most 1
rlattcriug manner. Her smiling lace
lengthened when she tound out what I
. d brought tbem to her house. In an
swer to their inquiries, she admitted
that she had written all about the en
gagetnenl of Mr. Bancroft to Mile. Mey-1
erbeer to her agent iu the United State . 1
She then said that in June. 1867, she
had been at the fashionable watering
place of Pyrmont, and one day when !
she had been in her room with Bcrthuid
Auerbach and tiie venerable Prince
Puckler-Muskau, a stranger had sent up
a card beannij Uie mscriutiou
Ovorge Bancroft, Ameriin Minisur
(t0 ftussia " aud had solicited au
n,u-r-.-M- with her. His mjuest
: ij-d muteil at once, and
tliere had hsn iishreil inbi in r
mom an clilerlv rentletmin with rtS-
tinguisbed mein, gray hair and gray
side-whiskers, who said ttiat the admi
ration which his American countrymen
entertained for Mine. MuhlbaftoM works
had made him desirous of forming her
acquaintance. In the course ol the con
This j Wl-rtf
versation, be mentioned that he believed young man for pastor of more than ordi
he had seen Mme. Muhlbach during on- narv ahilitv. The Baptists have no
ii tier two rienos, n
who h:uJ ti
lialever Uiat the.r I
visitor was the 1
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ible Minister of tiie congregation, under the rectorship of a
no i m poster, con- j man some fifty years of age, who ia
mxly ixu his im- japoken 'if aa having considerable ability.
the ,i ompiislii il ijt the manse- jircfer recreutioli to
irtal coiuosor. TUk' going to church, as is largely the case in
xsl where the elder i all places of this character.
UUUUU I Jl L I i I.
ra, the ac
and admired her at Uie Victoria
at er in Berlin, and upon being informed
that she was plaving at the Koyai The
ater in ( ' asse 1. he said that he was ou
his way to that city, and when Mme. i
Mubibach asked him to call upon her j
daughter there, replied that he would
gladly JiiKi if Mme. Muhlbach would j
give him a leUer of introduction to her
daughter. After ns-eiviugUiis letter, he'
took leave of Mme. Muhlbach and her!
This was all the information which j
Mme. Muhlbach was able to give to Mr.
Bancroft and t he Austrian Baron. Hhe j
xpressed profound regret at having un
had been bis object iu passing himself
off for Mr. Gorge Bancroft V All in
quiries made to ascertain anything about
him were utterly fruitless. Gradually
the matter dropped out of sight. Mile.
Meverbeer was married to the Barou
Teller, Mr. Bancroft recovered his equa
nimity, and Mme. Muhlbach went .n
writiiig historical novels iu many vol
umes. A DISCOVERY FIT1 VEAB8.1.ATKR.
But last mouth, five years after Uie
witunirlv done . muct uMaeiiief. and n-i lAeii .me,
tJptef who hi" L,ivedd J') theD8panirh '
rery : interview with Uie
Ems, the fashionable
N estern Oerma&v, t
for some Ume, an elderly
wno nad registerel
ed his name
ieck ou Uie 1
1 nicneater, aad '
landlord on a check
ster Baak of London
The check came
tion of his t
cluaivelv Uiat he was a swindler. He
had with him tiiousands of ueu visit
ing cards, bearing the names of distin
guished statesmen and diplomatists.
About oue hundred of them bore the
name of Uie Hon. George Bancroft. A
large uumbttr of letters, too, wejre found
in the trunk, and thev established ua-
leading hotefc in
nonsuch paMOfM Lord ( hichester. ! oualy
arrestee :uil an examma-
tke tact that he had used
for the purpose of
ix-ixon easily dup
ters wm tl.e one
bach had written f
uiont, and which
; money from
jug these let
auger at Pyr
The prisoner re-used to answer the
questions which tiie police magistrate
put to him, and efforts are now being
mode by the authorities of Kins to ascer-
tain who he is. Histrial will 'ske place
Correspoiident of the Rcpnbll
can says of the Place.
TIIE Bl Il.DINfis A UK TEMPOKAHY.
us is owing to a long-sianuing dis
pute iu regard to title. hen this is
settled, and someiiody can give a good
title, brick and stone walls will tako the
, place of board shanties. In the mean-1
time, a railroad will donbtlws lie con-'
struct."! to .Miinect With llir St. I.-Miis,
and Fiilton road, which In a few months,
will touch within fourteen miles of the
Hnrimp. When all this is done few wa-
terinc places will tak
the precedence of
One of the contestant, among three
others, is "Uncle 8am." lie proposes,
in the generosity of his big heart, to give
one hundred acres, including all tin
springs, for the lienefU of the public. A
bill to this effect, a year or two shice,
passed one house of Congress, and was
barely defeated iu the other. As "one
ifood turn demands another,'' he should
i mild an immense hospital for the bene
lil of the poor. It is enough to move the
heart of a stone to see the pitiable sjiee
lniens of suffering humanity that some
how, -uithout a dollar in their (Mx-kets.
find their way to this modern "Pool or
THE sp tuxes.
There are fifty-four in number, all
confined to an area of atout one-fourth
of a mile. They gurgle from the rocky
tape of the Fast mountain near its
base, and mingle with the small stream
winding through the valley. These
oar.- :. ;ue:iii temperature of
one hundred and thirty-five degrees
Fahrenheit, Mae highest being one hun
dred and fifty-four degrees, discharging
three Hundred and seventeen gallons
From all we can learn from hearsav
i oliservatlon, we have come to the
oouciusiou that these waters possess cu
rative pmperties in a marvelous degree.
We have conversed with many per
sons, who came here as a dernier r srf,
having exhausted medical skill to no
who have been completely re
stored. The rheumatic, with distorted
limbs, enlarged joints, or lient into a
crescent, throws aside his crutches and
walks erect with elastic
step. The dls- 1
peptic, whose digestive
form their fiiiictiona. re-!
joices iu the possession of a j
ImalttlT tnnnd stomach, flings to
the winds his bvnoehondria. and finds
himself translated from a world 01 mor
bid gloom to one of loy ami hoiie. The
. - -
victim of lust, whose whole system is
jiermealed witbthe deadly virus, inse
arable from his course of -name, result
ing in aching Imnes, diseastd skin and
running sores, feels the potent touch ol
this cleansing pool, and leaves with tiie
resolution fully fixed to heed the con
tents of the seventh chapter of Proverbs,
to which any one interested is requested
Persons who wish may test the effi
cacy of the waters without medical
advice, but comparatively few at
tempt this. We cannot, however, rid
ourself of the opiniou if lesa drugs were
given the results would be better. We
iielieve multitudes are dragged to death,
and if a majority of the thousands who
come here for relief are not the victims
of the iirnorance or etipiditv of the Ks-i
ctMaieaii fraternity why, then we are
mistaken, that's all.
There are about a dozen of these who, (
we doubt not, will compare favorably
with the profession generally. It is to j
be regretted that the harmony that j
should exist among memliers of the
same profession has leen recently bro-
ken by presentation of charges against
the professional and social standing of
Dr. A. Brooks, who had applied for
memliership iu the Pulaski Medical As
sociation. These charges were thorough
ly sifted, and resulted in the indorse
ment of the accused as a gentleman and
scholar of high attainments.
The expense of board at the hotels
ranges from forty to one hundred and
liars; at the boardinghouses from
-five to forty dollars per month,
ails' charges are live do! Tars for
lsultation, and two dollars and a
wnieu is to lie auitol tw
for liatli-. and a goisl price for wiiatever
metbeinaa the docter prescribes.
One would experi that udi a con
glomerate mass as is found lit re from
cv.-ry part of the country, would repre
sent every species of vice in the Ion:,
dark catalogue. The unmistakable evi
dences will fully meet the most vivid
imagination. Professional gamblers are
in full force and go for their victims.
Bui. burglars do not, for some reason
which I cannot explain, regard this as
an inviting lieltl, no raise ol burgiarv
having occurred here for years. Jewel
ry is considered safe with unbolted doors.
There is less drunkenness aud disturb
ance than one would expect with saloons
in lull blant, in a town without organized
There are three white and two colored
congregations. The Methodists are
largely iii the ascendancy, and have j
I i ii- i
v far the 1
b - - - t house of worshiii, !mt :i nnlcrHte
l'Aius, July T. Ratifications of the j
treaty with Germany for the evacuaUon I
or France were exchanged to-day. A
hill to raise a loan to meet Uie financial
obligations of Uie treaty will be intro
duced in the Assembly to-morrow.
Mlnn July "-The delay which
m the fulluiiticLi of the
that iSenor Martes re
quires, on the part of the King s Cabi
net, Uiat the United .States Minister
shall nsk that Dr. Houard may lie par
doned by His Majesty, Amadeus. The
American Minister refuses to do this be
cause of Jthe position he has assumed,
Hid maintains Uiat Or. Houard it not
iiiilty of crime, and is unjustly heW in
deteuUon by the Spaniards. Sharp
official notes have been exchanged be
tween the Spanish foreign and the
American Lagatiou and Minister. Tele
grams have been received from Wash-
u 011 me siii ji'
HIIHa Jo Mard r.
Chicago, JjAj 7. The second Coro
ner's jury, iu the case of John McXa
uwa, who was shot by Officer Cronan
on the Kounh of July, rendered a ver
dict at a late hour last nightof justifiable
homicide, and Crouan was nonorahly
discharged and returned to duty. Kelly,
by one of the
was not sen
hurt, as was at first supposed.
A dispatch from Cincinnati says that I
the weather in that city has sustained a
decided change during tha past three
davs, yesterdav and to-day being mod
erately cooL It ia stated by clone ob
servers Uiat we have here seldom had so
many days m succession of such exces
sively hot weather aa that which Im
mediately preceded the recant pleasant
tl e nlin
irauier a suiki
Tin. K.,lu.n.,ulil.,.U i.uvo t
TH K A LTIMOKK CON VENTION. I
The Chairmanship Discussed General
Met 'lernaud Prominent for Per
manent Chairman fJreeley
A Majorlt) or Hie neleffates Already in
the City A Bait sot Talked of
(ireeley will be Nominated on
the First Ballot.
rnon SEW YORK.
New Yobk, July 7. Baltlmori
specials mention a change iu the pro
gramme, that neither I'hUip. i-ranci
I Mourns, nor Governor
Vance stand a
-bance or teruporarv Chairman of the
Democratic Convention, and that John
B. Baldwin, of Pennsylvania, is now
prominent, while T. S. Bocock, of that
State, and Governor English, of Con
necticut, are also spoken of. The names
of General Joseph (Shields, of Indiaua,
and Senator Casaerly, of Iowa, are
talked of for permanent President,
though General MeCU-rnand has the
The New York delegation have ap
iieinted Governor 1 1 oilman Chairman.
There scorns to be little doubt that
Greeley will he next to unanimously
noniiuatcd on the ii.-t liallol. It is not
believed that a Bolters' Convention will
Baltimore, July 7. Several hundred
delegates to the Convention arrived here
to-day, and a large majority of the en
tire number are here. The leading ho.
tels are crowded. The principal topic of
conversation to-day has lieen politics,
and the policy of a straight out nomina
tion of Greeley and Brown, or the in
dorsement of the Cincinnati platform
and nominees. A large majority of the
delegates here favor a straight-out
nomination, bnt the action of the Mis
souri delegates at St. Louis to adhere
to no nomi nation polity, had a decided
effect in dampening the ardor of the
nomination. The advocates in the Mis
souri delegation hold a meeting this
evening, and it is probablo that they
will reconsider their action with regard
to the nomination jwlicy.
A ruinor prevails to-night that Augus
tus Schell will be placed on the next
Democratic National Committee, vice
Augustus Belmont. Among the repre
sentatives of the press present are H. J.
Itansdell of the Cincinnati Coirunerdnl,
K. G. Hall of the Cincinnati Gazrttt,
James Gordon of the Cincinnati En
jt'irrr, William Hyde of the St. Louis
Bepublioan, J. B. McCullough of the
St. Louis ) rnocrnf, J. VV. Noian of the
Chicago lYitium , and Mr. Mattheson of
the Chicago rime.
The Baltimore (Ja: tl . which at first
opposed the nomination of (xreelev, will
to-morrow morning contain an editorial
urging the convention to nominate for-
mally Creeley and Brown. It says:
"We call on theoonvention to avoid any
possible perplexity of taking decided
action. rhere should I no beatinir
about the bush, put these men
in nomination, ballot for them
in the usual way, aud so establish
their title to recognition as representa
tives of the Democracy, and by this
bolted and 'necessary stepj bring up
the whole of the party to their snpiioit.
It will not become you to throw on the
rank and flic a responsibility from
w hich they look to you to relieve them,
aud which it is your liounden duty to
assume. It Is the mauliest course.''
The iarire hall of the Marvlaud 1 nsti-
tute has been engaged for the meeting j
coiled hy the circular issued from cw
York, dated twenty-sixth of June, and
signed Joseph R. Flanders, Chairman,
and John J. Van Allen, Secretary. This
circular invites all Democrats, in every
part of the Union, opposed to the muni
tion of Horace Greeley at Baltimore,
and who will not support him if
nominated, to attend at Baltimore on
the eighth of July (Monday), to confer
and take such action as may be deemed
advisable. The preliminary meeting
under thiscall willbebeld at twoo' clock
to-morrow, at the Institute. Mr. Vau
Allen, who signed the circular as Secre
tary, ami who Is from Schuyler county,
New York, is here, and says that all
the States will be represented in their
preliminary meeting to-morrow.
SHOCklNU MI RDEH.
au Old MiniKter Shoots and Kills an
lniuM-pnt Boy Intense Excitement
of the People, und Threats of
Cincinnati, July 7. A shocking
tragedy was enacted here this afternoon,
in wfiir.h n hov twelve vettrs olil Tintiir.l
lltatious, toj jcr,,,, schikk, the son of a widow, was
y-nve cents L hot and MUM tar the llev. iSamuel J.
Browne, an agei loi'al minister of the
Methodist Church. It appears that Mr.
Browne has been for some time greatly
annoyed by Isiys, who, in sp:te of re
i pealed rcmouiitrances. have entered his
premises to take his fruit aud commit
other depredations. To-day, a number
' of boys were playing ball outside, when
! the ' ball was thrown into Mr.
I Browne's yard, and young Schikk
entered the premises to recover the ball
I when the old man fired at him with
I slugs, one of the pieces striking him iu
' the breast, inflicting a wound from
I which the boy died, in two minutes.
Browne was arrested by two officers and
! was sulweuuently released uisiu giving
fifty thousand dollars ball. The terrible
affair has created great excitement In
j the neighborhood of theBrignton House,
near which it occurred. A large crowd
. asicuiblcd to-night in the vicinity of
I Mr. Browne's house, which is guarded by
a detachment of police, and there is
danger threatened from tlieir temper
that they will take the law Into their
own hands should Browne lie found.
It is a most remarkable case.
aim appears naru io account tor
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nave ui7.ni inr - .1 1 1 1 - n 1 i.i'i, 11-
1S 1101 ln nls r,Kn nana, lie is eignty-
six years 1.10, oueoi uie ouiesi cmens,
.aid has been considered hitherto above
reprouch. For Mime time he has been
quite childish. He owns property to the
amount of seven hundred thousand dol
lars. DR. HOI AKD.
Paving the Way for Another Backdown
Secretary Fish's Official Tele
grams and Correspon
dence Kail to Agree.
New Yokk, July '. Secretary Fish,
March SHh, telegraphed our Charge at
Madrid recognizing the citizenship of
Dr. Houard, aud directing remonstrance
against the proceedings of the Cuban
Court-Martial as a violation of the pro
visions of the treaty, anil to ask immedi
ate release of the prisoner. Three days
later Fish wrote, iu a letter to Vlee
Preaideut Colfax, which was published
to-day, reviewing Dr. Houard's case in a
manner in 110 means favorable to the
prisoner. The Secretarv shows that the
long residence of Dr. Houard in Cuba,
and his enjoyment of certain privileges
which are attached, confer Uie right to
become a ripauish subject, and in some
degree justified the authorities In regard
ing Dr. Houurd as subject to their juris
diction, while 011 the other hand, be says
nothing whatever had been brought for
ward in Uie Doctor's behalf to illustrate
or prove his association at any time of
his American citizenship, until the mis
fortune of his arrest and imprisonment
occurred. Secretary Fish in this letter
foes on to review the evidence against
r. Houard, and declares it was of such
a character that would have convicted a
party accused on the same offense during
our war. The Secretary adds: The
strong point which prevents Uie inter
vention of Ulia government in behalf of
Dr. Houard, from becoming effioious for
his release, is the fact Uiat he has been
regularly tried and found guilty by a
'liil oousUtuted tribuue on the Island of
I'aper .Hill ol 5Ih llirtR HH
CoiCORD. N. H., July 7. A file broke
out here this morning in the bleaching
room of Uie Winnipisseogee paper mill,
iu the Franklin building. The contents
were burned. The loss is estimated at
thirty-five thousand dollars.
The dwelling house, stable aud out
buildings of BeujaiaiB Hamilton, of this
city, were burned to-day. Loss heavy.
A MINISTER FLOGGED.
Ue Walks One Hundred and Twenty
' Miles to Make a Keport to United
States Officials A Bad State
of Affairs, If True.
St. tons, July 7. A few days ago a
report reached here of the severe flog
ging of Bev. flmmaa Calahaa, near
Centervllle, Reynol ts county, MuBOuri,
on the night of June trM, by a band of
disguised men. Yesterday Calahan ar
rived here, having walked from Center
ville to Bulla, a distance of one hundred
and. twenty miles, where betook the
railroad for this city. He made n long
-rut., on. nt ti, I'nititrl stfntes Marshal
v(Bmm, nrf TTnitl Htati fkimmis-
sioner Katon, to the effect that he was
Chaplain of the l'orty-eighth United
Stat; s 'olored Infantry regiment during
the late war; that he went to Bejmcilds
county, Missouri, alxiut a year ago from
Clinton county, Iowa, and was a strong
i : ...0; uia .n.,l.l.
Republican in ixilltios. His troubles
first originated in politics, but ibe whip
ping grew out of the fact that last No
vemlier the courthouse of Reynolds
county was burned, and again in May,
destroying all the county records fry
incendiarism. Reynolds was suspected,
and .Marion Johnson was indicted for
the act. On the twenty-first of June
'alalia!' published a letter in the Ho
rn in Enttrprisi eslionoratliig Johnson.
He knew who did burn the oowrt house,
but gave no names. On the night of the
twenty-third, while he was watching his
sick wife and child, seven men with
blackened faces entered his house and
drugged his wife from her sick bed,
plundered the house, bound and took
him half a mile away, and, after at-
tempting to make him tell who set fire
to tne courtnouse, gave mm about
seventv-flve lashes on the bare back
with hickory switches, aud ordered
him to leave the county within
ten days under penalty of death.
Calahan further stated that there
is a corrupt courthouse ring in Rey
nolds county, against whom he was
strongly opposed, and who were inter
ested in the destruction of the county
records to cover up their frauds in the
land titles. Not one man in fifty says
that he knows anything about his title.
Calahan names tho following persons
as those engaged in whipping him: Jas.
H. ( ieorge, Sheriff ol Reynolds count v;
A. J. Parks, Clerk of the Circuit and
County Courts: A. Parks, son of the
County Clerk; Napoleon (ieorge, brother
at the Sheriff, and two others whom he
did not fully recognize.
United States Commissioner Eaton
issued warrants for those men, and
United States Marshal Newcomb sent
deputies to Reynolds county to arrest
and bring them to St. Ixiuis.
Calahan's back .-till shows the effect
of the whipping.
ECHOES FROM SEW YORK.
Nkw York. July 7.
Fnnernl ofJndire HrCnan.
The funeral of Judge McCunn will
take place to-morrow from St. Peter's
Catholic Cathedral, where a solemn
mass of requiem will lie celebrated.
There will lie a general inspection of
tenements iu this city to-morrow by the
physicians of the Board of Health. The
insjiection is made necessary by the
great mortality of the past week.
Officer Donahue, of the Fifth precinct
of Williamsburg, was found Saturday
night lying insensible on the sidewalk,
with his scull fractured and his face bad
ly bruiwd, and died to-day. He Is sup
posed to have been beaten by a Bottle
row gang of rowdies.
A horrible case of malpractice has
been developed at Morrisiaua. Bridget
Eduioud, the wife of a German laliorer,
and her unborn infant died from the op
erations of a midwife, named Brown,
while a Dr. Mcllroy, who attended the
dying woman, is said to have given a
burial certificate with a full knowledge
of thf crime.
Erie Wants VanderbtH far President.
English stockholders, represented by
agents here, it is said are in avor of Uie
election of directors who will choose for
President one who wiil resign in fcvor
of V'anderbilt as soon as the law prohib
iting a director of the New York Cen
tral being a director of the Erie- Is re
pealed. ale or TtiorAnfcb-breda.
Thorough-bred stock, tho property of
James L. Watson, of Valley Crewk, was
sold at auction here to-day, ninetceu
horses bringing sixteen1 thousaud six
hundred and ten dollars. The higheat
price paid was three thousand three hun
and fifty dollars for the dam of Xnrra
g nseti, with a colt hy Lexington.
(general Haneaek Plrdi.-ea for Grerlrj.
General Hancock has written a letter
to a friend in this city refining his 1x1
siUou in the coming canvass. He says
he will cheerfully support any one who
may receive two-thirds of the support
of the Convention at BalUmore, and ln
any other contingency he feels that he
should be silent until the extent of any
opjjosition to Greeley is developed.
Break In the Kris Caaal.
Albany, July 7. A break occurred
yesterday on the Erie canal at Port
Jackson, which will require five or six
days to repair.
Colored Unitary Organisation fB ueor.
Savannah, July 7. Governor Smith
has issued an order to Uie colored military
organization of this city, known as the
Lincoln Union liuanls, to hold an elec
tion for coniniisaioued officers. This is
the first instauce of the kind in tho
CHAao,July 7. - Thlsev0nlug,whlleh
a Bouemiau, whose name i- not Known,
was passing quietly along Jefferson
street, near Wright, he was wantonly
assaulted by a crowd of roughs, oue of
whom stabbed him tn Uie side with a
dirk, inflicting a wound which, it is be
lieved, will prove fatal. Up to a late
hour there were no arrests.
Cist'lNNATi, June 7. William Craig,
proprietor of the Six-mile House near
Groesbeck, in the vicinity of the city,
and Meredetil Woseucraft, had a quar
rel in a saloon Saturday night, about a
debt, resulting in Craig striking the lat
ter with a moukeywrench, inflicting In
juries upon his head from which he soon
died. Craig was intoxicated. He has
Charles Keene and Fred Whlttaker,
lioys, were drowned in Licking river to
WnuiixeTiN, July 7.
On 10 Baltimore.
A number of delegates from the South
have passed through this city on their
way to the BaltimoreCouvention, during
Uie last twenty-four hours.
Wore Segr Cadet.
If report be true tha Naval Academy
will hooii liave a wtifiauon, it tieiiis said
that colored Congressman Klliott. of ;
South Carolina, has seJacted a ioy of his
own ra'e to be a cadet midshipman.
The other colored Oongrenemeu will
maice similar selections
Light to fresh easterly to southerly
winds, aud partly cloudy weather will
probably prevail on Monday ovar tha
Southern and Middle Atlantic tfiates;
partially cloudy weather for the Now
England, and clear and partially cloudy
for the WeaU-.ru States; aud for the
northern portion of the Middla HtaUa
I with light ta fresh wind.
1 Ht. Ionia Rst.LV Memphis 5 p.m
Vlcksburc Ji'ma 5 ujn
1 rlani rolnt ran Alms 6 p.ra
Krlam Point (J. W.Chexk i p.m
New Orleans.... Maky HorsTOS 10 n.m
Cincinnati Mashvills .5 p.m
Rivers, Weather aad Bmalnem.
The river opposite tiie city rose one
inch since last report, and stands twelve
feet, eight inches above extreme low
water mark. The Illinois is low, the
ilp-ier Mississippi getting low, with
navigable water yet 1 the lower rapids
for the Bt. Paul boat?, and the Missouri
stays bati.k full. White and Arkansas
; ril era
are both declining slowly.
Weather clear and warm. Business on
the Jevee yesterday was exccedinglv
Cincinnati, July ". The river is
falling, with 9 feet ( inches water in the
channel. Weather clear and pleasant.
Vickhbfro, July 7. BuMts down:
Potomac, 7 a.m: Lady Lee, 11 a.m.
Up: Pargoud, 9, Mary K. Poe. 12 last
night. Up to-day : City of V.cksburg, 4
p.m: Dick Fulton No. S, S p.m. Weath
er clear. River falling.
EvANevTijjs, July 7.--The weather
is dear, hot and sultry. River has
fallen C Inches. Port list Up: Roliert
Mitchell, 7 p.m. Nothing doing to-day.
Caibo, July 7. Arrived: Smoky
City, from New Orleans, H p.m ; Robert
Mitchell, from New Orleans, 9 p.m:
Mary Houston, from LouisviUe, 10 p.m:
J ulia, from St. Louis, 8 p.m. Departed :
Smoky City, for Louisville, 9 p.m; Belle
Memphis, for Memphis, 9 p.m; City of
; Helena, for St. Louis, 10 p.m; Roliert
Mitchell, for Cincinnati, 10 p.m; Mary
) Houston, for New Orleans, 9 a.m. The
; river is stationary. Weather clear. Mer
St. Louis, July 7. Arrived: City of
Chester, from Memphis; City of Helena,
from Vieksburg. The river is falling
slowly. Weather cloudy and warm.
LoursviiJJE, July 7. The river is
falling, with o feet A inches in the canal,
and 3 feet - inches in the chute.
Weather clear and warm. Business
light. Lawrence and Henry S. Turner,
from Cincinnati; Belle Vernon, from
Memphis. Departed: Henry S. Turner,
aud Citv of Cairo, for New Orleans :
Belle Vernon, for Cincinnati; Law
rence, for Memphis.
The Phil. Allln, from Friars Point,
came in with eighty-seven packages aud
a fair passenger list.
The C. B. Church and Emilie Labarge
are due from below to-day.
The Colorado, from Vieksburg for St.
Louis, passed up at noon with a light
The A. J. White is the United States
mail packet for Chicot to-morrow.
The towtioat Clay Wilson and barges
passed upyesterday morning after t lav
light. The John Kyle from St. Louis, dis
charged here one hundred barrels of
flour, and several small lots; departed
for New Orleans at daylight with a fine
The Indiana from the Ohio, jiassed j
South at a lato hour Saturday night, j
I with a full cargo for New Orleans. She
I added one hundred and seventy-live
1 barrels vegetables here.
The St. Francis from below,
I came in with two hundred sacks of seed,
and a lot of sundries to order, and cabin
: full of people.
I The regular Ohio river packet Nash
ville, Captain Drinkwater, leaves this
j evening at five o'clock positively for
Cincinnati and all points on the Ohio
1 river. Mr. Al. Croxall, a clever gentle-
; man, has charge of the office.
The regular United States mail packet
I'hil. Allin, Captain James Lee, leaves
this evening at five o'clock, sharp, for 1
Friars Point and all the usual way land-1
Ings. Stack Lee and Billy Gray are her '
The regular tri-weekly coast packet, j
G. W. Cheek, In command of Captain i
George Malone, leaves at five o'clock j
this evening tor t nars mint and an tne
usual way-landings. George Weld
lierger and Charles Jacksou are her
The Julia, Captain Boyd, leave- thU
evening at five o'clock for Vieksburg
and all way-landings. Colonel James
Thomjison holds forth in the office.
The fine and fleet passenger steamer
Mary Houston leaves this morning at
ten o'clock for New Orleans. She has
superiar accommodations and fare.
Captain ( 'harles Miller commands, and
Elliott Miller is her prime minister.
The St. Louis UepubUcanot the sixth,
says: "The weather for the past two
days has been pleasant for midsummer.
Business here is quite dull just at pres
ent. The national anniversary caused
Uie wheels of trade to stop still, aud
they have not got fairly to running
smoothly. There was not very much
activity noticeable in any quarter yes
terday. The following telegram was re
ceived yesterday from New Orleans:
'Colonel Scott has contracted with Bo
tinger & Pegram for the transportation
to Shreveport of all articles required in
the construction of Uie Southern Pacific
railroad, from points on the Mississippi
river and its tributaries.' Captain J. J.
Sylvester is Inane again. He visited
Boston and was delighted with
the jubilee. Captain Dave Campbell
sold the large doctor of the Mollic
Able last week to parties in New Alba
ny for one thousand dollars. A barge
of the Hawkeye No. 2 is out on the sec
tional docks, being caulked. The An
chor line Vieksburg bouts are not tak
ing Natchez freight any more. Kountz's
wharfboat is a eorporated company, un
der the name of fiouutz's line, with a
capital of fifteen thousand dollars.
The directors are W.J. Kountz, C. H.
Seamen, W. W. Ator, C. Scudder and
J. King. The John Kyle is also an in
corporated company, under the title of
Uie John Kyle Steamboat Company,
wiUi a capital of fifty thousaud dollars.
The directors are W. F. Davidson, J.
Kyle, A. Hutchinson, P. S. Davidson
and F. L. Johnston. The Alice had an
excursion on the Fourth from Kansas
City to Leavenworth. The Huntsviile
was taken out on the Carondelet ways
- ' tW J
uu lier last trip down. She will be utf
to-day. The Oreat Bepnblic has goue
into retirement temporarily after a very
success! ul season, owing to the low rates
from hero South, and the scarcity of
freight below for the North.
The Shreveport Southwetifeni of the
third says: "Since our last weekly issue
the river has fallen one footatthis point.
For tho twenty-four hours ending at four
o'clock yeeternay evening it fell three
inches, which placed it, at that hour,nine
teen feet four Inches above the lowest
water of last summer, and eight feet nine
inches below the highest water of the
past spring. The Jefferson Democrat
of the thirtieth ultimo reports ( 'ypreas
Bayou falling, at that point, at the rate
of three inches every twenty-four hours,
with good navigation, however, for first
class boats. We are yet without any in
formation from above the raft. The
steamer Frank Morgan wnich left this
port over oue month ago is still up that
way somewhere. Business on tha levy
yesterday was very dull.
GABVBY Si.nday morning, Jniy 7,
Paul, only son of H. A. and Hue E. Oarvey,
aged three years.
Funeral wilt take place this .MONDAY)
morning, st 10 o'clock, from the residence of
H. A. Oarvey, Kerr Avenue, west of Horn
Lake road. Services byllev. J. Carnilchael.
Friends of the family are respectfully Invited
to attend, (ferriages at Mrs. Owen Smith's,
NEW AD V EttT WEJLifiNTS.
riiiiK siaiod convocation of Venn Itoyn
X Arch Chapter No. 13, will be held
this iMONHAYl evenlim. .Inly bth. at.
8 o'clock, for dispatch or business and Instal
lation of ofBc!rs.
All Companions are fratcnin'.l; liivr-
C. M. CAKROLL, M. K. if. P.
H. M. Levy. Secretary. )y
W. Z. MITCHELL S SCHOOL
Will be aontinaud dnrlng tbe
at any time at tbe
SW Third street. Jeaft
B LOWENSTEIN k BROS'
To !.. t.iks who intend vlttiins tne sprl
whether for health, pleasure or relaxitlon. we
i turiii-a tiavioii mi :tL itwu, miy per ceni
Ladies' Linen Seaside Suits,
Ladies' Linen Walkins; Suits,
Ladies' Bishop and Victoria Lawn Suite,
Ladies' Pique Suite,
Ladies' Linen Traveling Dusters, '
Misses' and Children" Suite,
A Complete Line, suitable for all ages.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
SATIN STRIPED BAREGE & GRENADINE
SHA "W Ij S -
Which we are now offering at extraordinarily low prices
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery Cheaper than
OUR MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
CORSETS AND CORSET COYERS
Will be found superior to any in the market.
Parasols and Fans
XXST EUVDT ,T5SS
ff would ask for special attention to our
Ladies' Underwear Departm't
Which will be found replete with all the most elegant and novel
designs in Ilobes, Chemises, Dressing Sacques, Skirts and Drawers,
of both foreign and domestic In i n
A we are fselllDg all of tne above goods at a vast reduction on former prices, we ac confi
dently recommend ihem to our patrons n among the greatest bargatax of tha Mason
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS
242 and 244 Main St, corner of Jefferson.
UNION FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
CUBBINS & GUNN,
100 and 174 Adams
BZaziLUfaoturerai of 3VTa5lxJLxi.orj',
Engines, Haw Mills, Grist Mills, Shafting, Couplings, Pnlleym, Hangers, Boxes, etc
Cotton Presses, Cotton Uln Uearlng, Pinions,
.-'gnienu-. (iHije-ius, nous, ete.
All kinds of Steamboat
Orders for Brass and Iron Castings and all
COMMENCE THEIR SEMI-ANNUAL
ON TUESDAY, JULY 9th.
Remnants of Piques and Marseilles,
Remnants of Calico and Domestic,
Remnants of White Goods,
Remnants of Cassimeres.
Remnants of Dress Goods,
Remnants of Irish Linen
AXt A GOOD
REMNANTS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
To close our ENTIRE RETAIL
and 3 Mailt Street, corner f Court.
izs or tho na Hide daring tl
commend the oliowiuK list, eoufldeiit that Ihejr
ny iiurcuutcgQi w, u.uriniD ;k jl
Street, Memphis, Tennessee,
Columns, Lintel. 8111s, Gratings sad Vend-
Worst dais pi saaavtly.
kinds of Wroaght-Iron Work solicited.
. J I IMSJLSj ISJ1" 1 I
STOCK wo hare nude ANOTHER
Insorporabed In UBL
a, aa, a, a, 7, a, .3, c
JO. tf, 1 JB, i, at, , . ". .
I iMI I drawn twiee daily, rnien rrorn
'.paitilQimmti) iijj..,.r;. 1. '
tn-th Court itrMt. Box IC, Mem
P. O. MUKHAY,MILLKRk CO..
AGRICULTURAL & MECHANICAL
oasrial Drawing far Um fa
MORN INU-l IAHH NO. 171.
a, i 77, , a, n. m, it.
EVER I NO CLASH So. 1.
j, tw, w, ,a. k to. :;. -j.
Aa wltaaai oar hand, at Memphis, It -day
a July, URL
TOM AM WOLTB, -
TH .a. H. Manager-
w. u. woodhon:
Orrics Mmphu axi u Kkai iu.'i
RAILKOAP OoaTAN .,
Vlcksaais, July 1, 1ST?.
rX ABNI Ali HEETntG of re -t.
holden ol the
Memphis aad Vlrksbnnr Railroad Co,
will be held at Uiaadeeof the Company
Prfiaj, ffth Day of Ammxt, 172.
at ii unlock m, at which lime ui . tee-:
will be held for Director, for the iians
Jy W. A FAXKCHtLL'. secretary
Notice to Contractors.
MrMPftl- AS 11 I.ITTUt Root Raii.H'd, i
Orricaot Uca i. vmjus ikaujcxt.
a boot twenty
frooa !li -AQd-i
lew creek, wi
fur li r inf
l) plication at
Ball at Raleich Sprint.
A BALL. WILL Ota UIVKN li i' THK ITI
T.tax oi Hale lab at the Court Hall, on
Thursday Evealac Jaly utta, 1ST2.
Au excellent band oC ntotuc han !en ens I
for tfce oceaniou, and dancing will coinniMice
at o clock.
Man aokii-i Dr. U. K Duncan, J. M. Cole
man, B. K. Duncan, Vinril Kawilnir and
lhouiam T. Taylor. JyT
Democratic Congressional Exec
n to uom
HI Sill on Tl'.elT. I
the )urpoeo( raHkinit
rangementx for holding
mate a candidate lor G
trlct. M. 1
Jniy 5. lXBt Jud
1 K.J. it. WAfWUJI has marad. Kei.
JLr ondufnee No, rtf, Monroe street,
L'SJO ASD PI.ASTEKS
Memphis, Teaneaw, J oij 1st,
BY order of th Board, this oas
and after Jnly lb. pay totock
di vi - lend of 5 par eeuu oat of the ne'
of the tx months ending tone sxh.
Jyl f. P. READ.
THK partnership heretofore exli
tween the uuderalgued. under
name of Allison Brothers, Is this day
by motaal consent, either party tiei
rued to sign Uie firm name in liquid
We have sMwodated with us in nu'
Joseph W. Allison, aad shall hereane
an exclusively wholesale liaruware
una r -ain- tirm nunc as hefore. Thanai:.-
oar friend for their vary liberal pair
to uie oi.i firm, we solicit Us . ontinuaiioii -theuew.
ROBERT A. AXUBON.
Memphis, Tenncniet, July 1, IS72. J j
THDE TRAASI KIFI
PUBLISHED AT WAteHINUTOJl. U. '.
r the Cnalsrn -,o en.
T ET all who desire the soecess of tl
XJ uoerai Keior-n tlcKe? snbscrlbe
np clubs for tlse
It has the choic.t campaign matte-, of
lnal and selected, and contains contribations
from some of the best Amriesn writ. :-.
Greeley and lirowu sre sore to win , and
woo desire to be on the ' winning ld
should subscribe lor the Washington Tea--
ocuin. Clubs fornudsed at hdll ratea, and
qnantftles to salt. Let all send their ord.:
to THE TRANSCRIPT,
Ijt Washington. 1. i
Gem Saloon Geni Ganlen
aj-K. JOSEPH MGUsa Having taken ft
JJL chsrge of both places. Is .done r. spoil-.. -bie
for all debts ol both arms.
MOI.hN J: DVMlAi:
JyT HOOH C. D0s(BAit.
liu-ju nen.! j, that Ue hasrenw
store, . 17 Jefle rn reel. ,l:r.
site nis furiitei suu:d. uatng int sa-i
ccnpled as the Memphis and L:
itallrnad ticket offlc-. wi.er- b
pleased to meet His old ouslouiers a
may favor him wrfth their patrona
iineot best Cssssam-sasMl worlt
on hand and for sale al reasonable
THE SABBATH-SCHOOL LIGHT
The great Suuda -scboui )aper Tur tbi
batb-scltools of Memphis and the Hout t..
will shortly appear.
Orace: Room of tbe Young Men's Christian
Association, 'JM .a sir street.
VV. A. H1LU Jst- KPrtUK.
Memphis Industrial Exposition.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
PltuPOHAUs will is- received nntU Thurs
day, tbe lltli cay of July, for Ibe buildlti
of lb Industrial exposition 1-all.Mnx. The
Clans and speciikatloas cau be seen at tbe
oDlce of the architect, James H Cook. St Mad
Tha Building Couimittee reserve tbe- right of
rejecting any or all bids.
3y order of tbe lluilding iiiiMSiisori
M. BT'KKK, Chairman.
Kr. Ht'RKK Pickrrr. siscretary. j :
ONE HUNDRED LOTS
I It A VK lust finished lnving off anoili. i
Uon ol my borne piac , on Uw Hernando
the line of h.
lots. All 1st well, and are beautiful residence
.i ts. Would Invite persons who wish tobuiki
to call and see these lots. Uavinga.ready so: i
sei era! io "aisnert yoanic
oiuers to do likewise, si
.jay have to spare u r
Ut poseiive savings ban
takes. I will sell on faToi
I would advise
st what the
tale. It Is the
FOB HALK WH0L.B8A
3M ancexis mrnrnxt.
JOHN S. HUNH ' "