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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALSUNDAY,-JULY 4, 1880.
J' Ill I
THE STATE TEACH EES' IXSTI
TDTE FOB 1880.
A Large Gathering Participate In an
lOOREESPOXDISCI OF TH1 ArPlAL.I
Bolivar, Tenn., July 3. -A Sate
Teachers' IqeU utr, held by l uthcri'y
of the Sti'e Super ntenitnt. i8s m
bled here on Monday last. Ihe Wel
come addles ai unitn by the Kb.
C. D. Uiilia'd, to Tfliitli State Suof r
intendent Fa no responded. Th
work ot tie institute is tinier the
immediate supervition of Capt Frank
Smith of Jacks-.n, whn is stifi-t d by
Pjo'. Bowlaml, of J ckson, snd Piof.
Laxpsoo, of N.shville. Thesa gen
tlemen ae o 1 ell up in the pra' tical
wo i k of tdauiitr'a institutes, aud have
given eminent s;tis!action in their
several lriiartmen!. About s'xty
teecheri have bt en enrolled, and the
interest u ell tbe qntetioia dia
cosaed Ij?8 been intense from
the beginning. All qnettions taken
up hate been fully discussed,
and it is prneially conceded tbat mmh
good rajbsendone in directing fie
attention of o ir teachers to the mott
approved methods of dirc phne and
instruction. Cn aicly tb9 l'rge an
diencei that have been in attendance
daily have been highly tirerlained
and a healthy impttu hes bum siven
to the educat oial spirit of Hardeman
The S3S6i-)ns of the irBt:tote held in
our spacious Circuit Conrt room at
nigh, for the purpose of listening to
Tecnat.oas and popular addie:s8,
have bem attended by pjeked audi
ences t'jat have h en diverted, in
atiuct'd and amuted by tbe varied
exercises uf Die itis i;ute and by the
feafct of Rood thicgi furoiehtd by our
lecat muriral taien', at -hrnt no'.ice.
In this lat.er respect Bolivar still
Stan da pre eminent among the towns
of We' ;TeirieBe.
On Monday night Capt. Paine nude
what is luimea Here a splendid ad
dresa on tbe genstal subjm of educa
tion, and on Tu' sday night tbe Hon.
C. B. Simonion, of CoviBgion, charmed
an all by bis e oquent audrets, devot
ed large. y to tho snbject of female ed
ucation Mr. Hin-.nsnn is a candidate
for Circuit Judge, and tbe indications
are that be has made himself sold
with our women. As go tbe women
so goes, e'e, etc.
Toe sesii m of the Institute was in
termittei on Wednesday night for tbe
purpose oi attending the ice cream
festival given for the benefit of tbe
Methidet Chnn-h. Your csrrespon
dent is convinced that oar teachers
ere ts well up on the ice cream qoca
tion as tbey are on subjects literary.
Oa Thursday tight there waa an
increased attendance on the part of
the public, who went fairly wi d in
their applause at the clcss of etch
performance. The "Walker of tbe
Snnw."bv Misa Marsella Parriab. of
Bjlivar, tbe "O gm Builder," by Miss
Mamie Robert-oa, of Whiteville, and
"Tbe Sioux Chiefs Bride," by M as
Sadie Cannon, rf S rnerville. were
especially noticeable for their admir
able rendition, at men was greetea
by rounds of applause. Mis a Can
non is a Sbelby county
teacher, and should be considered
a fortunate accession to the intelli
gent Eocitty of any community, and
to the teaching; force of any county.
Francis Fentre:s delivered a well
prepared address, la'gely devoted to
the prosperity of increasing the State
and county school tunds, and to the
suggestion of methods of doing the
same. The latter part of the address
was devoted to an advocacy of the
principles of the Blair bill. The argu
ments of the speaker were well
arranged and admirably pre
sented, rne aauress, ss a
whole, made a trcod imp res
sion, though there is a growing
and policy ol national aid to educa
tion in the States. It may be noted,
f txutant. that this sentiment has a
primary incentive in the pronounced
oppoiition by tbe unterritied Do moo
racy of Harderman to the present
tariff laws. To at it is a echems of the
jirotec io lists to keep tbe Treasury de
pleted is largely Denevett Dy very
many people here. This aad other
po nts weie brought out b
Jessie Norment in an exce.
lent and earnest impromptu
rep'y to Mr. fen tress, aud by Jij
Ali'lNeal in a fete remarks made in
response to a call by the audience.
The demonstration? on the part of the
large sudienre gave proof that the
sympathy with the oppoiition was de
cidedly in the ascendant. Tout the
ques'ions involved will influence the
action ot deirga ea to tne coming con
venions, aod of that pf vote's at the
polls, is now a forecone cone i us on
The difcuttiou of thaee subjects in
connection with the procee;iinga of the
Teachers' E Institute is dejreaed by
some and vaa trongly oppesed by tbe
daunty tjupeitit?ndent,f but Lapt
Smith retards it bb a leg t niate sub
ject of discussion, and invited the
freest expression of opinion. Tbe dis-
cuss'on, in the opinion of your car
respondent, cannot possibly lead to
harm. It has sreaiy eol'ghtened the
minds cf many who have paid little
heed to it heretofore, aod in this way
a mental contest in a field of free dis
cussion can no i but ba productive ct
On Fridav mornioir the fearless fe
male superintendent, Mrs. Horton, of
Shelby county, wai on baud with a
talk on the management of country
schools and the means to tbeir em
ciency. She bad expected to add
something to what bad bten said oa
tho night previous in ad vie icy of the
Blair bill, but concluded that it would
te better to drop a subject on wmcn
ins Idling or tbe community n
been simewhst wrought up.
Mr. Horton has few superiors ia
ber sphere, aod ss the only female
cocn y superintendent in Tennessee,
she baa thousands of well wishers
throughout the country, who desire to
eeo her efforts in the educational (laid
attended by the greatoAt measure of
success. Mrs. liortn waa accom
paniod by ber daughter, Mias Bailie,
who gave us a lucid explanation oi the
cubs root. The programme of exer
cises for each dsy has ben varied and
interesting, aad g'eat credit is due to
. ...1 1 - V Ml .IlL 1 I
ine SKiii auu auui y ui iue ssverai iu.
Proft'Sfors Bourland and Lmipscn
arsyouugmon who have made won
derful progress in spscidl branches df
education. Thev ro prepare! to in
terest the mostculiivatedtsudienccs by
their liiciims. while suggesting the
most needful and eflVet'ial helpa
vonnir teachers. Taev have ably sec
onded tbe eerneat eff.r's of Capt,
Smith (lnrino the week.
The inter.st in the proceeding of
the institute did net lag on Friday
nicht wrinri tvfirv available ep;co Trsa
occupied by li-tenrs to the (los'ng
exer. i.ses, which were deliir.ttully n
trsoeried witb, muaic ly M ss Mc-
Vjal aad a C"rn of v un. mn.
Misa Sailio Cjnnou red a prpe
on "Our Public hchools," wntcn
fairly sparkled ith bright thoughts
cn tbe subject This was folio ved by
a rfci'ation, "Aur Iuliena," by
Mies Katis Sm;th, cf Bo ivar. Mi
Katie ia a v;u- g lady just from reboot
wbo could eesi y win dia'inct:on in
tie beaut ful en ol rmtng.
"Our Great Onesof E r h" ia the
subject of an essay read by Misa Ma-y
Smi.h. of Bil var. This is an exc -I-lent
piece of E gi b conip sition, in
which are vlvid;y poitrayd tte i'lua
trious examples of tome if the nr.b e
men aiid women who lavs l-ft tbeir
imprfsscn the hist ry of the world
Mis3 Sadie Caon-:n i apt 'red all
hear s ad stcu'i'd un tinted priie
by her recital if ".Archie Deaj," a
p ece ppi'uliar'y adapted to her pow
ers. Tte audience, aireaiy l.i g oa
humor, wktd the echots with ap
plauee at the tloe of the reciittl. Miss
Caouon ieapoet.red and gave us ia tbe
vey swee'dt s'yleavtr or to from
"Maod Mu lor." A few firewll talks
clo-ed he sosi ion of one of the mott
successful of IV nnesee's teachers' in-
itutes. We are all pless'd.
lUlLltO.il 81 1 r.
The IllloU Central and B. A. .
Chicago. III., July 3. By a decis
ion g ven by Judge II awes in the Cir
cuit Coar, the application of the Illi
nois Cemral Railway Coin; an to
compel the Baltimore an J Ohio Rail
way Company to victa tne present
fmiiht depot and premises cn tue lake
front, owing t ) tu- a legsd termination
nf a twelve years les. g ven by ih
lllino'.s Central, is reliised, toe court
holdiDg tifct tie B.lti noie acd Oaio
cannot be compelled to va;;ttj ita
preeent location and p ivi esea. In
July, 1874, the Iilinoia Central Com
pany leased to tne d-lotiuanta tbe
the giound now occupied by the lat
ter for a freight depot and yard, at an
ennual rental of $34, (KO Tbe leaie
waa for live tearp, and tr.ete waa a
prov g'.cn in ,t giving the Baltimore
aad Ohio the r gnt before it expired
to make the leaae porcettial. 'J he
same piovUijn of the liase bound the
Illiuo s C'Ltral to give the defendarts
a pe rpetual lease ot g-ound on I he lake
front for a freght. depct end
yards, if they desired l. "It is
contended by tho plaintiffs," laid
Jndge II awes, "that the term 'lake
front' means the submerged lands
which the Illinois Centwl may c'aim,
between Randolph street and Park
Row, lying in trve lake, opposite their
tricks. From the ev.dence in this
case, I am of the opinion that their
view cl it is correc rney con-sna
alio, however, tbat they are entitled
to recover poBseiBion of the laud cow
occurred bv the defendant, given
under tne tease ci iaa, Decau;e ic is
not all located on tne take front.
Under the orgioal lesse the plaintiffs
are bound to allow tbe defendants to
retain land now in Question until they
had been granted a perpetual leaee of
land somewhere on tne lake troDt
Under tbe original lease tbe defend
ant) elected to make the lease per-
pe'ua', and in 1879 agreed to arxept
ihe land corih of Randolph street,
but differences of opinions bb to details
prolonged tne negotiations D tween
the two companies for ycais. Ths cr-
rispoDdecc. is voluminou8,butitshow8
tbat there was a spirit oi courtesy
between the two parties rarely teen in
such negotiations between individ-
uds. If, id 1879, when tho defendants
elected to a'cpt the lease of land
north of Rindolph s'ret, a suit for
ejectment on tbe ground toat tne lauii
was not on tbe lake front wou d not
have been entertained in coatt, whrt
has occuned since 1879 to cbana
their standing in the courcs? Tbey
have offdred various leasts which tb
defendant refused, but they contained
provisions tbat tne latter were not
bound to accept, as, for instance, a
clanse binding them to pay all taxes
and a-ses'ment?. This they were not
bound to accept, because it was not in
the original lea-e. The parties are in
the po. ition now that the lease of 1874
stands in force, snd tbe defendants are
in legal possession ot tbe land until
they are given a perpetual lease of
land for freight purposes on the lake
front. The su:t for ejeoment is dis
missed." The I linoie Central Com
pany entered a motion for a new trial.
Chicago, III., July 3 The same
fore a of Pinkerton men were on dnty
at the Riot street yards of tbe
Like Shore road this morning, but
long before tbey came out lor duty
from the city, the switch engines were
at work. For the fi'St time, since the
beginning ot the stiike, every Lake
Sbote engine in Chicago was called
into requi?i ion. The ronndhousss
were deserted, with the exception of
two paasengf erg'nes, and tbe yards
presented a scene tl activity which de
no'es more business than has yet been
attempted since tbe strike began.
Ths Town of Lake police has been
greatly reduced in the yards, and the
men are once more traveling tbeir
regular bea's. No trouble was ex
pected today, except, perhaps, at the
strck yardp.i where a well guarded
train waa Bent at 9:30 o'clock this
morning, . . . '
IS BBMOVBD BT THO C8B OF OOOOASIJIB,
And it stimulates and promote the
growth of tbe hair.
Bnmett's Flavoring Extracts are the
Tbe WbUkr Market.
Cincinmati, O., July 3 At meet
ing of whisky dealeis today it wis re
poitei that rateB were maintained
everywhere except by one dealer in
St. Louis. He was appealed to by
te'eeraph to hold up to $1 05 until
Tuesday, when a meeting will be held
to fix pricoa. There were sales here
today of 1400 barrels finished g;ods
on a basis ot ti w.
A Druggist's) Story.
Mr. Isaao O. Chapman, druggist,
Newburg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for tbe past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsa-n for
the Lungs. I can say of it what I
cannot say of any otber medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many esses of whooping
cough, with tbe happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
manv years: in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
Tbe Virginia Cotton Crap.
Kobkolk, Va.. Ju'y 3. Accounts
from eastern Nor h Carolina and tbe
lower counties cf Virginia regarding
the cottin and other crops are d is-
coursgirg, owing tothsricant heavy
rains, which have, it is thought, done
Tbe Coek Flabln at Michigan City,
IHFIOUL TO TBI 1PPIAL.1
MicmuAH City. Miss.. July 3. Oak
ley whipped Hegg e live out of six
tights in the cock tights at this place
on the 2d and 3d.
do to KntlMlce (.nironi amino lor
your 11 am bins ana waa-riiuaa;
CRMTED I SE5S1T10N.
XBS. CLEVELAND'S FIRST AP
PEARANCE AT THE CAPITOL.
A Striking Exhibition of the Carlos
Ity of the Average Amer
ISriOIAL TO TBI ArrZAL.I
Washington, July 3. A disgrace
ful cxhitit'oaof tbe cudoiityof the
averega American citizen was dis-
laved at ihe Ucpitol tottay. Mrs.
Cleveland, Mrs Yils and Miss John
son, cousin of Mrs. Vilas, accepted an
invi aticn cf Capt. Ea's to view the
model of bis ihip railway. Alter
looking at the contrivance a few mo
meets they atc?nded by the elevator
to tbe ga lery and spent a few minutes
watcbiug the pio:eediugs in the
House, wnen tuey s anea out tuey
were lollowed tbr ugti tne ccrriaois
by several hundred men and boys, all
anxious to get a near view of the fiist
lady of the land. Members of Coogresx.
employes of the House and gencr. 1
baogers on crowded around tbe puny
and impeded tbeir pr. giefS. They
were followed to tne outer door rv the
crowr", much to the annnyane of tbe
ladiee, and especially jars, uteveiana.
TBI STEERING) COMMIITEK OF TBI
has agreed to comoromiso by support
ing an appropriation i f $J,000,OOJ for
new cruisers. It is understood that
this amount will be allowed by both
honsfs of Congrees by an agreement
which has been arrived at, and thnt
the hill nuking the appropriation will
be put cn its passeg at an ea-ly
day. Tbe amount recommended bv
the Naval Committee ia $(i,48d,0C0
Tbe Railway Paatal Clerks.
Wasbikgton, July 3. Th stten
lion of Postmatter General Vilas was
today called to a stnttinent telegraphed
from Indianapolis that the Grand
Lodga of Railway Pistal Clerks, in
ecHtion thvre, lad ttltg.aphed liiaa
asking "If he would leceive a com
mittee in the hope of securing an
amicable settlement of the trou
bles." Gen. Vila i said he bad re
ceived no telegram from the pistal
cleiks, but some one outside of the
sarvice had telegraphed him on tbe
subject. As he did not tecognlze tie r
right to speak for the clerks, be would
not reply. The Postmaster Geneial
said that what little noise is being
mado out West Is direct y traceable to
the cierka recently dismhsed from tbe
service for scod and sufficient cause.
They were toying by a little blunter,"
he sa d, "to create distrust and uneasi
ness amoag trie Cher clerks, but tney
are not succeedine. I have for some
time been in possession of a copy of
their by-laws, and know to a man who
are the instigators and what is be n
taid and done. I know the namea ol
the men in attendance at the Indian
odoIib meetiorr. and am instantly in
formed as to every movement made
by the discharged clerke, and do not
attach the least impcr aoce to their
utterances or movemerts. Efficient
clerks," sa'.d Mr. Vilas, "wbo attend
itrictly to their duties need have no
fearotbaing disturbed in their post
tions. but those who attempt to dic
tate a rule of action for the depart
ment will certainly find that they have
made a great mistake."
Expense for the Territory of Utah
Washington, July 3. Senator Cul
lotn today report d favorably f rem the
Committee on Territories a bill to pro
vide for certain expenses of tbe Jerri
tory of Utah which were covered in
the appropriation bill recently vetoed
by Gov. Murray. The object of
the bill waa to avoid the expense inci
dent to a special ssBcion of the lern
ttrial Legislature, which would be
necessary aniens cenaiu cipciunn
were provided for. The bill author
izas the Auiitorand Treasurer ot tbe
Territory to pay cerla!n items in the
appropriation bill which are necessary
to keep the court and Teiritorial in
stitutions tunning. It also makes
provision for tne payment to ine
U nited States by the Territory of the
Indebtedness, some t250,000 or 1300,
000, due the general government for
money advanced to tbe Territory. It
also provides tbat the appropriation
for Deseret University shall not be
available nntil the mauagen.ent of tbat
institution ia reorganized and placed
under control ot a board of regents to
be appointed by the Governor.
Tbe Department to Be Closed Hon-
Washington, July 3. By diroctlon
of the President, all the executive de
partments will be closed on Monday.
Promotions In the Treasury.
"Washington, July 3. The follow
ing promotions were mado in the office
ottlieUnitsd States Treasury today:
E.J:. True, to be cishier: James F.
Mai ne, to be assistant cashier, and
David A. Ritter, to be chiel cler.
. lm. Cleveland at Ibe Capitol.
Washington, Ju'y 3. Mrj. Cleve
land paid her firat visit to the House
gallery this morning, the occupied
a sett in the Executive Gslhry acd
waa accompanied by Mrs. Vilai, Mrs.
Lam nt and Capt. Eads. The party
renoe ned about twenty minutss and
absoi bed the attention of the House to
toe neglect of the dull discussion
wbif i wis progressing upon the Wis
cor si i claims amendment. Many Re
publi an member?, whose seats beiog
linini liately acdw the gallery pre
vent J them from having a good view
of Mm. Cleve and. turned Democrats
for t ie once and took vacant seats
upon the Democratic side, where tbe
view was nnobstracted. Tbe party
also paid a brief visit to the Senate,
whew thev occupied thes eats reserved
fortbePresid ntid family in the pi i
vate gallery. If their presence was
known to tbe occupants of tbe floor or
the galleries, the fact did not make
itaelt conspicuously manifest.
Died or Apoplexy.
Washington, July 3. Horace A.
Whimsy of New York, cashier in the
Treasurer's office died suddenly about
11 o'clock this morning frcm an attack
of spiplexy, at his residence cn
Elevei th street, between M. and N.
street Hs was employed in the cash
room ibont21 years and waa promoted
to ths ollice ot csshier a litt'e over a
year to. He was on duty ysstsrday
ss fpso il, and seemed in particularly
good sj irits.
I OSSl'MPriON CUBED
Ano.d physician, retired from prac
tl. Iiiv nf hurl nlnr-Arl In hit bandi bran
Eaat lnd mwsionary the formula ofaaim-
ple ( Ale remedy lir ta ieeuy ino psr
mannt ur of Consumplion, Bronchitil,
CiiUrrb, Axhma and all Throat and Luna
A flection , alo a positiveand radical cura
forNOTTi ua Debility and all Nerou Cora
plainii, 'fter baying tested iu wonderful
ftirtitiva noweri in thou?andi of oanei, haa
felt It hia luty to make it known to hii iut-
furinaM owa. Aotualea oy inn moue i.a
. .I... I . ..i;.. human mi Sarinr. T Will
tend free f ohargo, to all who desire it ,thi
' .'1 tiU .m L'nrrltari merlin
fSli directions lor prcpuri- gand using. Sent
by mail If addressing with stain in nam-
ing this inper, W. A. NaYBS. t Wr'
Block, RhHt9r, N. Y.
Tbe Sew tjaveoe.
yAR&ISSTON, rsTEWART WHITE,
Rates, f2 50 to ft per day, aeoordioc to leea.
liun of rooms.
W H Loland. Ill J Butterfield, III
J H Webb, Tenn ' I- lr,i Tenn
JJiok-on.Ala K U Tomi;le, Va
K Malley, Tenn B Moses, ivy
MrsOMCurtia AcTex L K Wrmhl Tenn
Juitn Klinpin, Tentt W C Fowlkes, lenn
WUMeriether,Tnn W 8 llahn, N X
K K Meacbatn, Xonn W A Uiii'nrist, Tena
MI.Mudlebaum.Md II 0 Johnson, W.n
J W Lambotb. Misa J Loweaburx, Miss
H fc humble, Miss A it lot let. mis
R L 1) ion. Aliss A lieer. Ml J
J A Deaion, Mis' J Mook, Aiiss
.1 k rh.lm.r,. Mi W U Keaun. M"
Caot. B J Curry. Ala A N McCoilnra, Tena
YV Kussall. Mo
Matt i oen. Tiiin
(i Pr l ie, Tenn
C R Jackson. Mo
L K riuilh, Mo
A (i Vebb. Ky
CU Qaiiis, lnd
L K DHll'iey. Misa
L K Pane, Tenn
Cl) Moore, w ise
I. A Kend. Ala
K I, Clitnline. Md
T B Aus in, Mo
W II Allen, Tenn
P T Harris, lnd
T B I'ltUerton, Mo
K (1 Fisk, Ala
T (1 tirevory, Tenn
K 1, llUi kbiirii, Tenn
(' T tlibrun. Miss
J K Kenton, Tenn
O L Watkins, Miss
W T Unliiwin, Ma
Y A Kolorl. Miss
J T Merrell, Ar
M B Leonard, Misa
I W Spsnoer, Mi ll
LK Johnson. TV no
It 11 Adams Ark
J B 11.11, Tenn
T i. Blinpson.ienn
LK Bell, Mo
M T Curtis, lnd
11 K Varks. Ark
11 (i Youna. Art
J E Dwons, nis
J S Winter, Tenn
W V Dlarka. Ark
B 0 Laurence, Ark
LT WI lis, Tenn
L S Thornton, lnd
Dufly'a Earopenn Hotel,
Corner of Adams and Main atreeta. Rooms,
60o, 7bo and i per uay: Auerioaa iian,
tt per day.
First-class Restaurant In the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (10 rears withfeabody Hotel)
M Butler, Mo
11 M WIllard.Tenn
T J Freeman. Iud
O A Rutlly, Mo
H I Coin, Tex
W M Attison, Ark
J A Connors, Mm
W TTayler, O
W J Alexander, 0
J Marinus, N V
(1 W llustey, La
II J Morgan, Tenn
O lloefei, To u n
J Brickey. Tenn
J Adaraa, an
J Havward. Kenn
K L Vsnnyman, Wo
M '1' Pierce. Ala
C M tVillituns, La
M J Carr, Xonn
WJ Owen, lud
F Murphy. Tenn
P (1 Edmonds, Tenn J L Mnlone, Ark
n l.nwonstein. Mo A Kickinton, Ark
CC lledriok, Mo 'fD llartnett&w, Ark
K r Farley, lonn r r j ieorj
W T Juc,k,on, Toiin 1 H Mmaliun, U
O Mnnn. Ark M J UnlPn, Tenn
LPWilliaina.iMennr juaiuwoii. leun
W O Hall. Teun J II Snider, Tenu
JMlonis.'ieun M L lurnor, Ky
W. II. BINGHAM Makaois. .
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
frloes aoooraini to sue auu nova
tion of rooms.
R H Slrollinus. Ark Mra 8 Ledbetter, Ark
unit -etioort. Ark W 8 Bcott, Ark
J W Uickinson, Ark W O Brown, Ark
R H I.nkinbin. Fla
n iituie, Ars;
1) Moss, Ark
W V bhelby.Miis
Mra I A Jones, Ark
Mush Dickson, Misa
MraW F Little. Ark
Mrs 1) Moss, Ark
IA Jone-, Ark,,
W K Dickson. Mill
J R Folson. Miss
LB Tutor, Ark
V A Merrill, renn
W 17 U.nllh L.'
T Hovd. Tenn
R listtis, Ark
BFThomrson.Mln W D Brocka, Ark
Mra Wl) llrnoki.Ark It lleruboia. Ara
M Garvin, city T M Hansill, Mo
w N U..V Ark Mra W N Mack. Ark
11 B Schisler, Ark Mn H R Sohisler, Ark
w II ll..k.r Ark Mra llnchar i e.Ark
A Henderson, Ark Miss W Ferguson, Ark
T r Diimn, olty miss ixierriweiner, ten
Pea body Hotel.
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO ..Pnotrroa.
Bates 12 bu and 13 per day, aoooruing to
aiae and looatlon .of room bpeoial
D E Sanders, K Ja 8mlth, Tenn
JM Briukley, Ala. A L Krewsnn. Ind
A Lindbolmer, NY L II Buck, Texas
C Leveek. Miss 8 L Barinds, Tenn
W A Millikin. Tens 8 A Keldman, Pa
O W Brown, Ohio M B Pratt, Ala
C L Follanslee, Ala
P Boardsloe, N Y
H A Williams, On
Mra L D Boyle, Tenn
A Uoldlhwalte, N O
L Rheinhardt, Ark
O P Langlois, N J
W 8 Moore. Tenn
AB Treadwell. Tenn
O M Winant, N i
W Briagel, Tenn
0 E Boyle, Tenn
A L DoLouis, Misa
K Wolfe. Jr, Ohio
AT Mitchell. Ky
M Wilson. Tenn
J J UuBose, Tenn
R 1) Goodwyn, Tenn
v o n.rriniFtnn.THnn T M Remus'. Tenn
A M McMillan, N 0 J W Uiincook. Misa
E U Neblott at. Misa Misa R dray, Miss
Miss K Mickle, Mils w ii nooorie, miss
V llfaill. Tenn
Q W Ammons, Mo
Ii W White, Mo
II M Btockloy, Mo
L E Drake, Ky
II llnw. Tenn
H B Stevens, La
J McDonald, Mo
i W Ledyard, Mo
j W Savin, N
J A Denie, Tenn
C Cannon Aw, Ala
A Martin, 8 C
W 8 Fly, Tenn
W P Wilson. Tenn
W Washburn, Tenn
W B Jackson, Ala,
0 L Pullen, Tenn
J II Puilen.Tenn
M Muliok, Tenn
W C MoClure, Tenn
W U Bradley. Tonn.
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrcpsmtl with epoclfil regard to boaltb.
Ho Animomaa, Lime or A luin.
PF.ICE BAK1NO P0VDCR CO..
chicaoo. vr. innie
ExartiTiTS Orrrcs, Nasbvili.s, Tn.
WilF.KH.AS, The Forty-Fourth Ooneral
Aserably of tbe Htnte of Tennessee,
at its reiular son-Ion of lSHi, and on the With
dny of March, IMfi, by a joint resolution
which was agreed to by both the Nenato and
the House of Representatives, did propose
an amendment to tbe Constitution ol the
Plate: and wberoas, the Constitution, Arti
cle XI, Section 3. requires aaid proposed
amendment to be referred to the (ieneral
As'embly next to be choien, by which Gen
eral Assembly It shall be agreed to by two
thirds of all the members elected to each
House, before being submitted to a direct
vote nt the pocplei and whereas, It is re
quired by law tbat seid proposed amendment
shall be published for aix months previous
to the time ol making such choice ol the
next General Assembly; ,
Now therefore. I, Win. B. Bate, Goyernor
of the 8tate of Tennessee, do hereby enose
to be published the aaid proposed amend
ment to the Constitution of the State ol
Tennessee, which is as followa : 'To add aa
Seotion (IS) eighteen, Article (11) eleven, ot
laid Constitution, the fallowing:
"8R. IX. No person shall manufacture
for sale, or sell, or keep for sale, as a bev
erage, any intoxicating liquors whatever,
Including wine, ale, and beer. Tbe General
Aisembly lhall by law preioribe regulation!
for tbe enforcementof tbe prohibition herein
contained, and shall thereby provide suita
ble penalties for the violation ol tbe pro
visions hereof." ... . .
In testimony whereof, I nave hereunto set
my hand and caused to be affixed the great
oa) of ihe State of Tennessee
Done at the city of Nashville, tbia 2Ath
day of April, in the year of our Lord one
thousnndeight hundred and eighty-six, ol
the Independence ot the United btatea the
on. hunored and tenth.
i heal. Govern r of Tennessee.
Secretary of "-tale.
XTOTICE Is hereby givon that the annual
XN meeting of the stockholders of tbe
Memphis and Southeastern Railroad Com-
Bntiy will be held at tbe office of the Kansas
ity, Sprinsfield and Meinnhls Railroad
Company, 31 Madison street, Taiing District
of Shelby county (commonly known aa Mem
phis) In the State ot Tennessee, at 10 o clock
a. in , July 7, Wei. for the purpose ol electing
Directors and lor the transaction of such
otber business as may properly come betore
the aiJiEOf . JJEITLETONPrea't.
J. S. Foan. Sec'y.
Tnll ennran of tnstrnction in medicine
I Xh: FmJu
I to6.ot.tu omiiK.il
. . O. UnlTereltf of
Th. session beins October lt and con-
r or catalogue apply to
j,.JJi Ii 1 1 ifflTWr-
.T'fcan 'Giaji'. VA. AW
i- S. '.';. J,
H t, ; y
Wo would nioMt rciortln)1jr-nll tlic Hlteiitloii of Ihe lllaii of Itlomphlst uutt nurronnd
lug country to onr VI HY Lllttai and WELL SKLUl'TED utock of
MAMTSLS mid GMATEB
Wood, Slate Ui Mantels, Fmlei Plain Grab
(With cilLcr Pluin or I'ufon t ltitsikiN Cull anal omnlii uiir n OCJt bolt we pnrebaalac
elttewliere, an 11 will l i;a I I.Y t joit lult rt ht lo do no.
IHE- "WSr 3E9 E? "S? 3E3 fi& C5 O.
THE PETERS & SAWRIE JO.
N. M. JONKS, Preildent. I. T. PETERS, Vlee-Projident.
,W. 1). F. 8AWRIE, fecrsUry and Treasurer.
(Sneesaaori to Peter t Kawrle,)
MANUFACTUKERS OF TUB "MAttJiOLIA imAHU
36, SS and 40
N. M. JONES, JNO. K. SPEED, I. ?. PKTrfR8, GEO. ARNOLD, W. D. F. SAWR1I ,
-We have told our entire business to
for them a oontinnanoe of trad, so kindly extended to
NAPOLEON HILL, rresldcnt.
u. j. iiian, ajasninis
Wnls Mini & Geo
;lOaW A (aENEHAL riRaf
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'tftLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FnRSTENHElM. WM. I. COLE, .
B. MANSV1ELD. D. E.
Me waa'MMS'i -- ' -
Ofllce--ll yia.llwon Street. Jf emphlw. Tenn
J. A. BAILEY.
i a tiatipv a nn
Ul III UU1.UJJ1 V2, UU
IP ILflTU ISM IB 3B5 IE&
330 Second Street, Memphis.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OP PLUMBERS, OAS AND STEAM FITTERS
Materials, Putnpi. Drlv. Wells, Iron, Lead and dtone Pip., Oat Fliturei, Hlobes. Kte
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
No. 11 Union Street, : : Hemphls, Tenv.
AW A30 FLASIKU-niLL, SAVT'TAKD
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, tolling and Cedar Posts.
l"TCMriTITH. - - TENNKNSEK.
A. YACOASG & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. tT8 AND RJ1 FRONT STTY MFlVYFKTta
8LEDUE BROSof Como, Miss
Ho. 365 Front Street Memphis TenneMoe
wTa"gage & CO.
No. BOO Front Street, : Bleiaphis, Tena..
'.' rnr. U ff"W afcartMWTa Inrwr " .tf
. , Ar k-tai4- c- .-J 4!a-f iMt9nlt!in-?" .
jwmaii.iwnsi ii iimiiui iiaiiwi ainiawian i ) 1 111 'H'" .,
cosnuTixu oi toi: i .Tar mah: Ann "ivi.k or
the FETElis A MAWRIE CO., and ill
m.mu Mr. wrm a, icss. w -a--
' W. N. WILKEUSON, Ylofi.l'rosldeii
AMD JfARINR BVRINENFl.
JAMIS RXUiLTj JOHW L0AV1
MYERS, W. . UKTllJClili.
U. . WITT.
F. M. NOMFLEET, Kosfdcnt tartner.
i 1 vi
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1888.
Kurollment Ltst Term, 822.
4 SCHOOL for the d.velopm.nt of vlfor
ous, tbouahiu', nuble womanhood,
,u result Is reached by breadth and
tborouibueiaaf Instruction and the awaken
ing of patient, .arsest eo .leaver. A now
and commodious boarding department baa
Just been eompleted.
The department uf drasa maklnt and mil
liner, Ii added fur the rrt time.
in the absence of the I'rlcolpal, who la In
Europe fcr the summer, catsloiuea will be
furnl.hed on applioatlon to Mrs. K, P. Mor
ton, 2ZI Adams atrost, or the, will ba lound
at any of the city book stores.t.
TT1 EM ALE SEMINARY
MISS MAIIV J. HALUWIjf, THIN.
Opona 1st Peptensber, lRSL Closes June, 1SJT.
Unsurpassed location, bulldlnas, irounds,
aptmlntinents. Full onr(s teuchersi unri
valed adviintaires in Musin, Lanxuaaes, Klo
cution, Art, lloiik-Kaenini, Physical Cul
ture. BosrJ, etc., with full Knalish Course.
anO per entire session. For full partiou
ars aoply to principal for cataloaue.
Private lo School of Mlh Orad.for
limited number ot YOUNO LADIIf .
TiMal at Woodland, ta vie of Rt, Imuis. Tlae
aMtire aiiK4atni.nt.. of tliei'liu, mndHr It an suft-
hav. bMi Uku enrlr. Oviirae of liistnietlon tm
liruiinimMi tnii. eui . ... f
'ouaI arid Inrtrutnajit.
To cure rooai aii.llcatlop moat be saade early,
. T. BtkwiTTVa.t.D.,d.nnlng., Mo.
Rolfo Grammar School,
100 MarRliall Avenae,
FALL TERM 0PBS8 BEPT. mu. Hasa
ber ol pupila limited. There are leer
vacanolss. and those desirlnt to enter pupila
should make .arly application, either to the
Advisory Committee, ''or to H. M. KOLPB.
Prlnolpal. Lake W. Kinlay, Ir. D. D.
Saunders, Bon, K. 8. Ilagauond, Advisory
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATOR
0F MUSI C Boston, Mass.,
1 MS LARCCtSTsml BEST EOUIPPIO letM
WOHLD 101 limtrartori.vooAHtnilriiUl.i.t vwir. Thova
(,ul. Iiul Miction In Voral soil luitruii lal Mmlo, IMaDoana
OrAU lunlnil. fine ArU.OraMrr, Mtrralur.. t tnirn, liar
man and llallan Ianinama, Knllih llranchM. llyninaMlae.
SU. ,I'iillln,li,!liiliiier(laiianmnlwllllIMin ILataixl
Klwtrlo Mil hi. J4.H.. a;lli.r tirin. full Term lln HP
fcnil.ra,ll f.irlllii,tr.lll'.lenil.r,ltli inliif";mall..ii,
aJIrCTi K.TOIIIUI.K. Dir., franklin tfcj., IIOWI'lN, Maie.
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA. Thirty
seventh session bcuina Wednesday, (Sep
tember 1, lm'. A desiruble acbn.il for your
duuithters In all Uopartm nts ol female Ed
ucation. Hit Vl'lleil w th new Instruments,
fine Apparatus, and a full Faculty. C burses
reasonn0ln. Kor ca'alosu s andtrmi, apply
toAjJJ. JON EH, 11. !.. LL.D.J President.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BKIIIOKD (' , VIUUINIA.
The Slat Annvsitl Nca.lnis Open! HP
leiuber in, 1XMM.
For catalneue or speoial information) ap
ply to alollevue a. Vis.
W. K. AHIIOT, Prtimlpisl.
Elmira College, For Women
Deslaned for such a limited number that ata
dents may enlov the pleasant associations of
a model Ulirl.tiiin borne. It. baa suierlor
'allrs;ea ourw. nt atnilyt also, Kile
aie and Fresmraaury departmenta, with
exceptional advantaaes ln,M''le and Ara.
The: buildina baa all modern improve
ments, Includinr steam heatlnr and a pas
sorirar KlevMlur, Addicss HEV. A. W.
COvVLKX. I.B.. President, Klmlra. V. Y. ..
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
fire, Wind, Wslrr and I lichanlnK
irnr. Suitnlile for all kinds of bulldinae.
for prkos and estimates at factory rates,
call on of address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'd CO.,
a38 A 440 Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry at..
Headquarters for Iron Feno I and Crestlna,
Ualvanised Iron Oornlce.Tin Koofs A Stoves.
iVEAX, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
OK TH K IIHI tS HtHY 'M,aK.Hi, t'K V K l,lP K l
jj Kr.I.T)lrNhl, Vl . In A'l llilTi-.llt.,t ) rf.af HlfU
- r,ii. .i . i
KlMIHI.V, Y. Board nn the mil.
Mrs II. C. lloivurd, at a uinKioo
Park. Ho ins Isrxo; location delithtlul ;
rnnvoniont to c-rs to ManhittUn Hoaob,
Coney Island. L .na Beach and Central l'arki.
also to Now i'ors. places of amusement.