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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY, JUL.Y 13, 1SSG.
VOL. XLVI NO, 105.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
BILLS ISTEOaULED BY SOUTH
Aaotber Dividend for the Creditors
of the Hot Springs BuuV-General
ItiraoiiL to thi ArriALj
.Washington. July 12. Mr. .Brfrk
inidge, of Arkana, ptcs'iited a bill
today to fulfill ct-rrain t'eaty f ti puls
ions with ttie Eastern CLeiokee In
dians residirg e.-st and v?Jt of tbe
Mississippi river, and, appropriating
J334.0C0, witb ir.trtst at 5 per cen.
from Jane 12, 1838, and t3 pay Ea-tirn
North Carolina Chfrokes residing
ast of tbe Mississippi liverf r remov
al and Bubfi-knco, asetipulatei in the
treaty of 1836.
Mr. Rogew, cf Arkansas, introduced
a bill today to create a commiion of
three mea who ehall pans on claims
for cilizeiiBbip mr.da by Indiana of the
Cherokee, Chickataw, Greek cr Semi
nole triben, s.id commit sion to fit in
the Indian 'I'eiritqrr among thete
t'ibee until tbe c'aims aad caies are
disposed of. They are to make a
final report to the 8f creta'y of toe In
terior and to the Governors and
Chiefs of tribes and recommend a
pn ctical trial and deposition of these
SENATORS HARBIN AND WH1TTH0BNB
vleited the dpirtuient today on be
half of the Oman Stewart Etone Com
pany, of Najhvlle. This company, as
a government contractor, had rome
ditlitulty with tha government r fticial
in charge of the work on the Louiavdle
custom house. It is thought tbe mat
t'r will be airanged sat:stuctorily.
THB HON. W. L. TRENHOLM,
Comptroller cf the Currency, bas de
clared a fourth dividdnd of 20 percent,
in favor of tbe rrMii'.ors of the Hot
Springs National Baak, of Hot Spring',
Ark., payable oa the 19 h in t. Tbis
makes 1U0 per cei,t. on the roved
claims, amennting to 130.512.
SOUTHERN POSTAL POINTS.
Fourth Clasi Poettnastars Comm's
sioned Tnos. J. Smith, Grarsy, A'a. ;
M&CJ Ct Murphree, Ogae, Ala. ; Tur
ner Bynam, Anliocli, Mis).; Carer
A. McLecd, Belvidere, Tenn.; vita.
F. Tbreer, uyp ess Inn, Tenn.; Sam
uel Lane, Uchu'cb, Tenn.
New Office-. John C. Murphy, G)y,
Ewdolph count, Ala ; Siiem W.
Oliver, Eiho, Scott couoty, Ark.j
Julia Lejirantl, Limes' one Valley,
Newton ccrjaly, Ark.; Andiew A.
Mose, Rve, Sebrstian couaty, Ark, ;
Wiley W. Edwards, Fuskv, Neh)ba
county, Miss. ; J as. It Mcllanev, An
derson county, IVnn.; I7.aitj V. Mc
Gnw, Tarpley, Giles county, Tenn.
representing tbe Memphis, Arkansas
and Kansas railrral, is here and (ays.
there is no doubt abr.ut the comple
tion ol this road. Mes rs B ica and
Thorn fs are at Vio head of the syndi
cito controli'-g tha Jvst Tennessee,
Virginia and be: Trai nee, aud it is
proposed to content the two rrad.
When this is done and tbe Memphs,
Arkansas and Kama road b bui",the
line will reach from New Yora to Ga
lena, Kansas, end will tip a country
rich in valuable mineral and agricul
' tural lands.-- - - - - ,
Tbe Fisheries Dispute!
Washington, July 12. Bepre senta
tive Eoutelle, of Maine, hai ie
ceived tbe f liowing reply to his re
quest that the Stite Departmei t (live
immeditts attention to the following
fiom Eaatptr', ih-.t American boats
were driven away from St. Andrews,
New Brunswick, oa Friday by a Do
''Dbab 8m I have jiut received
your t-l gmn of this d?.ts stilting that
you bad a dispitch' from Ens'pnrr,
Me., that Aniencau boats after r. er
ring for sirdir 03 at St. Audrewp, New
Brunswick, were driven away by the
Dominion waiter Middleton, with the
announcement that no American
boats will be allowed ti cakh birring
for any purpose, land to this yo'i in
voke the immediate attention of this
depaitment. On the second day of
June last you called at tbU depm
ment in coinpoiy with Senator Hale,
o! Maine, and then drrvr myat'entioa
to a s'milcr tbr-n-, of interference
with the ptur.h&si ol email iimrittg for
canning as savd n g for the
Caoadi-n creww On the s me
dfiy I n;adn .rnpie: entuinus
of the alleged tlirrats to tu British
Winislerit! tli a c p:tJl. und drew his
attention tjtio allojed violation of
tho iaw of c.mimcrtial intcrcourfe i c
tween the Drtttab nulijricts in Cauad
and ciliz naof the United Slotts. I
was in hopes tht f .in Inn- infrfernncH
with a rt-cognizeil end iuxitim-.te trade
would bo prevented, but wiK ugain
add' ess the Brit s' AIiuster 011 tbp
subject. It will afcHiM. nin'criiillv in n'l
ucn casts i f nlleavd v.o'f tiort of cam
merc'ai rights if ecu irate and fuil
statement ot ell tli fuc's in web tnso
are pr cur.'d aud lorwa-ded lo 1ha du
paitmcn'., Hcioiiipu-iie 1 ly rtUdavitti.
A 'groiit di-.ai of ! o.sst r innir and sn
saiiora1 slrtuMiiiiut would be thus din
poiod L-i and a largib'ft bvsis laid for
RniHpur.saiion by t'.ie ii j -. red pattiwi.
I have tht'liouoi to he very ronpctlully
iOIIW, T l'. BAYARD."
Mr. i50ti eiio riiis l li'traplied toE :s.
pcrtier('irtting that full r.ud arourate
sworu Hla'emenU of tho intorforr nee
complained of bo pui.nri'd aud for
warded at ont'n to tlm Department of
Anolbrr 51iHl(."f Acroin th SIInsIk.
Wabiunciton, J til y 12. Seniittr Mc
Millan, f'oiu trio Committee on Com
merce, touuy rcpono 1 favorably t':ie
b'll to authorus tbe construction of a
hrii'ge bcti.m tlie St. Ixjnis liviir be
t' ttn the Mleli's of -Minnesota und
lit" Hlilwli.T las 111 II.
WAsitKt.ro.N, Julv 12. 'the rt-pvr;,
of t!i Co.iituit'.ee on Finauce 0.1 ihe
aniciu'im'i'.ti pri;.otti!'J lu the hill ri
lating to tb' tux of frac'.ional parta of
aga'l-'n cf ii.n'.loil ;:rUs, was prj
S'.'iititt in the w"iiitt' t nday. The com
mit ee nty, mM'Jin;; t'it sproiiil
bondid Mi'.n !u.tir.' for irui". braudifs,
tin', ow liu 10 t!m i.i. t thnt no bond
ing privi'',: ii.-o extended to tho
products ol apples and peachw, there
is not onty grcatlurdRhip experienced
from the" levying cf (ho internal
reventio lax uprn them but also great
incentive t.) fnuui. "It las beca
obeerve.l als?,'' tl.e cnnnittee fay,
"t'n.t whc. the Uv on s?i"ts intend
ei for cou 'niuptiou ie leviid and col
let'ted 9f t.ho tirrn a'l ti e gowls are
li-fst produced, tlit- esc aive Cf? f
the eaime owing to tli. Imposition of
the fei cau''"') holder to fire tSem
upon ttu imi-ket lo'iE bed re they are
mntured and lit fur lis"? m beven.nes.
It is, tlivreuic, grufttly to tho interest,
nit only of the producer and tbe gov
e nmiit, but alto of the consumer,
tht the amendment should be enact
ei itito law. As a nuMns to prevent
fraud, it wonld certainly remit in an
increase of public revenue." Begird
ing thi; an endmert jrov.ding for tbe
upe of wine spiriia dUtilled from
g'apep, free of tax, in the fortification
of sweit wines, the committo sty
that the internal rewnutai ollectfd
on wine rpirils necessa'iiy u ed in the
fottitica'ion of swrot itis crnstitutes
in effect a tux up n tweet wines and
represents an increned cost to the
producer of abont 20 cmt J gallon.
The sweet wines of thin country uiu
bs produced and exported and ma n
tain thtir place in foreign markets in
succ?ss!nl compe iiioa with similar
products of other countries if this ia
ternal revenue tax U lemitttd."
Senator Hoar's Kniiruad Allorney
Washington, July 12. I he railroad
attorney bill as reported to lay by Mr.
Hoar, lrom tbe Judiiiitry Comm ttee,
makts it unlawful for a member ot
eitbrr house of Oocgress to accept
employment as attoruey, or payment
for services of any kind in opposition
to the United States in any case to
which the Uni'ed S a'es may be a
party, or in which its interests may
be concerned, tr fr m or ajainst any
railroad compiny which obtained its
chaiUr or any grant of land or pecuni
ary lid from the United States, when
measures espec'ady nff ctiiiK the in
terests of such railroid are pending
before Congress; cr from cr aga'nst
any bank or ether c.rpora
tion which obtained its char
ter or any p?cuniay aid
from the United S.ateJ, or from or
against any corpr ration enitaged in
iustf rsla'e ommcrce by land or by
water, or in the tran?poitation cf ti e
mails ; cr from or atainst any corpora
tion, company, firm or person, cr offi
cer or agent thereof engaged in the
production, manufacture, cr sale or
importation of any article upon which
a duty or xcite tax is kvied by act
of Coign ss. Violation of the pro
vi. ions of tbe act is in de a mis Je
meaaor, onntshable l y imprisonment
not ex-esding one year, or by line not
exceeding 5U0 or bo h. The substi
tute offeied by Senator How makes it
unlawful and pun shuble by a line not
exceeding 0UU, or irrpr.sonment not
exceeding one year, or bcth,
for fPy membar of either House
ef Cong ret s to accept employment
as a'toroey at law, cr payment for
servlcfs of any kind in opposition lo
the Un ted S;at;a,L- any cite to which
the Ucited Elates may be a party or
in wh!ch its interest mav be con
cerned, or from any railroad company
obla'ned its cbait'-r, or any grant of
land or pecuniary aid from the United
Siates, if such member sball have rea
sonable ciuss to believe that measures
specially affecting tbe interest) of such
railroad are pending before C ngress
or are about to be pending daring his
term of office.
Senator Coke, on behalf of the mi
nority, consisting ot Senators Wilson,
of Iowa ; Vrf t, George and himself, re
potted back tne original bill.
Chances In the Postal Laws.
Washington, July 12. Tbe Post
mtster G-n- ral has, in compliance
with petitions signed by large num
bers of business men in numerous
cities, amended the postal liws so as
to permit tbe transmission tbrcugh
the man with .tne United States and
Tetritorifs, of liqui s not liable to ex
plosion or spontaneous combustion or
iienition by shocks or jr and noi in
flammable, soft soap, porter, or confec
tions, ointments, salves and other
articles of similar consistency under
certain conditions insuring safety to
ctber mail ma'ter in transmits on.
Prof. Doa'ne's Estimates.
Washington, July 12 Piof , Dodge,
the Statistician of the Avicultural
DepartineLt, says c ncern ng tbe
various e.-tmitss mae from bis
last repoit on the wheat crop,
that though the average condition
of sprii g wheat ou tne first div of
last July was 96, it fell to 86 at
the time of harvest, which is only
three points higher tuau the present
concition and represents a lo?s of 'esi
than 6,000,000 bushels s Compaied
with tha tf suit of last year's harvest.
The damage cccuired last year in the
lust two weeks of July and tutir. There
ie great risk of further di'uias:s during
July end August, but th.at already re
ported nu aim only a Ins of 9,0 0.000
bushels in spring wheat and 5,00i000
bushels in winter wheat, or a total
less of 11,0011,0 0 bushels in wheat
during the month of Jure.
Took t'liarK) r Ills Ollice.
Washington, Juiy 12. jIr. HnghS.
Th'.mp-on,of Soutn C'ro'inn, qua i
lied tbis morniiu as Assistant Secre
tary cf the Treasury, and at noon, was
visited by all trip hiir.-au ami amnion
officers tit the dpiitmsnt, who were
present 1 to him by f 'nief Chirk You
mans. He called at' tho Wh to Hoiish
dnrinir tbe day in coniinny with
Comptroller Trailr lm and paid his
respects to the i'resident.
Tli (iaid nn1 Nllvor tTolnntfe.
Wasiunotin, July 12 The Acting
cmrretary 01 ttie i reai-ury t nipy sent
to tl:e Sena'e a luit -r fr. 111 tbo Trtas
urrrif the United States recommend
ing that thi sum apprnpriato l for tho
rec; ioniri'lof (io d amis Iver coin for the
c irret.t j ear bo iucreaoed him $10,-
OllO In StiOlllkl I., l,:u l.,f,r tin.
T easnrer rays ihit the dmand for
sul)3.diary silver cin is lerely 111 cx
c.bs of tbe funply in thn Treasury of
fiits and minis and ij increasing.
Therefo-e, he says, rli 'ro is in thi
Trensnry Office $100,000 in urcnrrjnt
tnt iai.1 i .. i-v o,lv r 1'i.in uttn'i-li in tie
rei'oinul into dimfs m a probab'e lo'B
01 1 pt r cent ana cotuu tuns lie mauo
Bvui'nb'o If r ( ircn'a'ion.
Fnrdoued by .lie 1'refililent.
Wasiunot-in. Ju'v 12 Ti;e Trci-
dent ha par loin d Ii 1' -.if tor Le, row
'onllned in tli liallilo ponitontiaiy
1 r eni' ezJmi nt.
Tbe President hap denied tl.o Hppli
ration for pardon in the cash nf Janirs
Milion. now nnd;'goirg cenrencn for
a vp. la'io 1 of sjc i iu olSi in demand
ingaod retaining un tX'jH-iBive lee for
pioiecttting a pen i,:.i cise.
Cot Ills Wife's Tlirnat.
CiiAKi.BsTOM. W. Va . July 12. In-
forup.tinn hai just r -nchud I ere that
tienrge W. ; a lev killed h s wtle,"by
cntting her throar, lust Friday. Hor
body was found, ou the putili..- lugM
w:iv and Beaslev cinnot be found.
Exciternent runs blub and should tbe
accufil mtn bo f nind be will be
burg to the nearest tree. A number
of determined mount linoers are after
him. He wps nctju'tted for ki ling
Hnndcrnon Moom a tew months ago.
M"iirn w8 cmght in a compiomiHini;
condition with Ueas ey wife.
Snbtoribe lor tlie ''Ippcal."
KILLED BIT AN ACCIDENT.
AX OVERSEER SHOT WHILE
CLEANING HIS UCN
On a Plantation Near Little Rock
Judge Roue Off for the Saud
Tf icn Islands.
IRPICIALTO TBI APPKAL.1
Little Bock, Ark., July 12. Cor v
ner John B Bond, of this county, was
tvlay nctitled that a mm bad been
killed on tbe Louis Fletcher planta
tion, about ten miles below this city,
end requesting htm to repair to the
place lor the purpose ot nolding an
inrjnest. He at aito lef; for the scene
and on arrival, and after investiga
ting the case, learned that John Mc
Wiiliauis, over.'eer for Mr. Fletcher,
had inflicted the fatal wound himself.
It was determined that tbe uufcrtu
nate man met his death from gun
shot wound, said gun being died arged
by deceased. It was further decided
that the shooting was the result of an
accident, as Mr. McWilllami was en
gaged in overhauling the fowlirg
piece preparatoiy ti a turkey bnnt
tomorrow. He was well known in
Little Bock, having previously resided
bere. He leaves a wife and several
children to mourn his loss.
A negto named Buben Stamrs, a
well known character about town,
dropped dead about 9- o'clock yettet
day morning. Stamps had been on a
protracted spreo for several daye, aid
the jury concluded this helped bim
off to the hereifter.
judge c. m. Eo:e,
tho best kcown lawyer in the Sta'c,
with an acquaintance international,
and who ia quoted as authority in all
sections of the country on legal juris
prudence, left for San Francisco, Cal ,
today. lie will be joined by Col.
George W. Hughes in the above
city, and ihen proceed to
the Sandwich Islands, where
tbe Judge co;s in quoat of
health and to study the customs of
the natives. Judge Bos9 is probably
the only man in the country lo-'a?
who bas ever refased tbe position of
United States Senator. Arkansas has
solicited him to accept of the place on
several occasion", but his universal
answer hes been that politi al fame
COL It. A, H6WARD,
Afsisfnnt Attorney Oeneral of the
United S.ates, leturned to Litt'e Rock
today to spend his summer vction,
Your correspondent in'erviewed hin
concernirg the rumors abent Att)rny
General Garland's probable resigna
tion. While not athberty to sty what
tbe Attorney General might do, Col.
Howarl stated tint tt present Mr.
Garland was discharging his onerous
duties to tbe siliaf ut on of
the country at la'g -, wi s on tbe best of
tfrms witn tbe President and his
Cabinet and all Btorics concerning bis
contmplatd abdication wereall btsb.
Mr. G jrland, he said, would be home
within a few days, and would pioba
bly spend tbe next two months at bis
Hominy Hi 1 lesort. Mrs. Hubbard,
Mr. Garland's mother, will aocom
Anslher StronK Indorsement lor
IsrtCIAI, TO THI APP1AL.I
TurEix). Miss . July 12 The Demo-
cratic party of Lee county met in con
vention today. Tbe convention unani-
mous'y adopted tbe most complimen
tary reolu ions indorsing t5e coti'se
of the Ho. John M. Allen inCongiess,
and instructing the delegates tocist
the vote of the coumy lor bim at tne
coming dibt : c convention. The con
vention was well attended and as Mr.
Alien bas no opposition, it speaks
well for his popu'a'i'y. The conven
tion was enthus a.t c for bim. He
will no doubt be nominated by ac
clamation at tbe approaching distric-
convention. This is the first eounty
in the First District to bold her con
vention. COLUMBUS, MISS.
Good Irotpeets for the Nalches and
ISPIOIAI. Til THE iPPtAL.l
Columbus. Miss . Julv 12. Gen. W,
T. Mur.in, accompaniea by dd. C-nne
and the llarnrs mother', cf thelAnne
Birnes eyudxate of New York,
readied Columbus this moreing. They
cioe over the proposed route of tbe
Nit' he-., Jackson ami Uulumnns riu-ro.-d,
A lonir c nference was held
wi ll a nuuibor of prnmiicn! citiz-rs,
i-ml it is tbr ughttbeNew Yo:k peoplo
b.e ennciudid to build Iho roid, ns
tiny rxjiress tbemaeiViS as pleased,
ami tbiuK tne project icjasioie.
JHrctliiKOf the I(eiiiirrnlle t'onicrex-
Hlwunl I'.xeenlive oiiidiiciee.
Ibpiciai, to thk iprr.xi..!
Ai'ERDKKN, Ml?8, July 12. TllO
Dfinocralic ConirfHsionul Kx'otitivti
f'onnnitteu f ir this diitri.tt uret in tnis
city ctlny. Tiio Contitn-sioriHl ' in
vention ia tailed tr ini!tt in Sliiikviilf,
MiH:,, on Tlni'Bdtiy, r?eptmb(r S.M,
ISSii. No aspirant bo (ar Las lialtho
louifrity tioppo'-o Privnti Jrn Allen's
jio:niuti;.n nntl it sutuis ti lit' nellled
Unit lie will bo his own gticcensor.
Snddrn IIphIIi or n Olil null lie
ISrSfiHb TO TUR APPXAt,.!
rRiwssviLLK, Tksn., July 12, Mr.
Da td Whitlaw, an old und hhhly
reFpfMi'ed niti. n of this cottt.ty, tlifd
las; Si'tirday niter, t in the CO li ya' of
bin ga Ho soerned in his UHiial Rood
beiit'i in tt'e Unt putt of tho wiek,
ami hin ttnldfn dca'h whs a jr-'at enr
tui i' to his many l,.;n!s iu this plurc.
II,, died at h's rjsidnuce lino, and
was hniinil today in tho Ihmily btiiial
Krur.id, five or tix milis from tswn.
Ptjlills ArtlreMS by Mr. Seay and
ISriCUL TO TUS APPXiL.l
Asnihtos, Ala., July 12. Thomas
S, ay, I)"mpcratio candidate lor Ala
bama' Governor, ddremed the peo
ple at the Annicton operahcnsa today
on the public aff irs of the 8tt. lie
pave a re'rospctlve review f the ctn
dit:on of Ahii aina under Ilopnti'.ican
tule when the Utieri rrpjverithed Ibis
coromonwralin, compared the happy
cliHngps which hid taken i)act eince
under Democratic ruin; favored in
creased hgialation for eiluca'iun to all,
reviewed tha prohibition agitation,
which be thinks should not be inter-
mingled with the political questions
of the day.
Just at that thus an old German
arose, asking Mr. S ay, "1 sto whether
he was we', or dry."
Advancing to the ei'ga tf the plat
form, Mr. Seay rep'ied: "Standing
here, with the'brilliant record of th
pir;v behind, wiih my face towards
tbe dawn and sunriss of the coming
glories ot our matchlefs State, I an
swer this direct question by this re
sponse: I am a Democrat." Im
Aftr laviig a noblo tribute to
Pics'dent C.eve'nnd's edminietration,
be retired amidst deafening cbeeis.
He was followed by Maj. Shcrter,
who entertained the audience in a
lengthy, well timed and learned dir
ection on St ite and Federal politic,
intetspeised with ninny humorous al
lusions to some cf the Republican
caud, dot-son the State tickc, not for
getting, however, the Prohibitionists,
whom be advised to leave their cause
out of 8 tats politics.
Mr. ccay ana Aiai. bborter speak at
Birmingham tomorrow, tuiti a num
ber of prominent people of the ntets
psid their le'p'cts to Mr. Seay at his
majquatters, tne UBaut 11111 inn.
The Ntovsworks an Assured Fact-
Determined Attempt at Nulelde.
IsrioiAi, TO TBI APPIAL.I
Birmingham. Ala.. Julv 12 Dr
Caldwell, President tf the Elyton
Land Comrany, torjuy received a tele
gram from Louitv.lle authoritateively
announcing the acceptance of the
propositions nude las' week to bring
the s'oveworks here. The Bixter
Stove Company Is the concern that is
to budd them. They will to opsra'ed
in conjunction witti the Louitville
A Mi s. Wi cox, wife of a mecliat 10
ivlne out in tbe far eJne of the South-
side, made a trial attempt at suicide
y. steiday, domestic unhapmness bs'iig
tbe cntiie. Her husband has been
threatening to leave . her. Yesteiday
morning wnile he was away she put
a lope around her neck ami a ratter
and jumped off n chair, but he hap
pening in in time, cut her down not
much hurt. A little later she - got a
razor to cut ber throat but it was
taken from ber. In the afternoon
she took morphine, but overdosed
herself and the doctor soon brought
Hilled for His Obtllnarr.
Hartford CiTY.lNn .July 12. John
W. Deeter was killed near tbis plate
at, an early fc.Qnt this morning by Cba.
Wui-msn. Deeter mis o.k weismsn
for a man nam9d Hughes, whom he
intended to chastise. All efforts to
convlnoe h'm of h's error failed, and
be p 31 sin ted in his determination to
puuish the wrong man. Wti'man
drew a pistol and fired five ehots, one
which took effect , and Deeter died
in a few miiu'es. VVeisman is under
arred in Hartford City.
Disastrous Kallroad Wreck.
HttviMiin O.. Julv 11. The fast
main line express for New York, on
the New York, Pennsylvania and
f kMn Pattmnil ran intn An Onen
Bwitcb near YougstowD, Ohio yes-
tardity, anu co.uuea witn ine rear in
a freight train. A disastrous wieck
was tne result. il:e caooo-e 01 tne
rra'ohtlrntn vns thrown romnletelv
over the passtngsr locomotive anil
leu vrfoa tne mti car woicn wb
badly battered. Ho one was killed,
though Boveial train men were badly
hurt and is apod e'ea'h mo:t miracu
lously. Terrible Double Traicedy In Uen
tuekjr. T niiravlT T w Vv Julv V'. A Cnurirr.
Journal special gives meager details of
tragedy at f Jatwooas cainn meenng
grounds, Butler county, Ky. Will
Hazelip I8kd to be Mi-s Mary Lace
field's escort. He wis lefusad, and
seeking her today duiing the prog ess
of the meeting, fatally stabbed her
and then cut hiB own th;oit, and will
Ldndbohg's perfume, Edonis
Lundborg'a perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg's perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal JJiel
PP.KKTN'S Snnrhiv nftcrnoon. July Hi
1846. atl2:10 o'clock, at tho icsidonoe of K.
M. Durham, Gill Htntion, Eu Ani Biioi'im.
ton, ToungBt oo of A. H. D. and Dottle
Janion Terklua, ogod ono year, eleven
month and nino il&ya.
PAHHAM July 10, m, Mra. J.C. Pab
U41I, nn Mifi Cora L. Williaini. Win buried
at Jiickion, Tenn. Jacknon (Tenn.) and
Coluraliui (Mis'.) pupors jileuso cony.
HILL At family roaiilunco. No. W Cmirt
atrn.;t, Monday tvniinit, July i'i. IHHii, a' 7:''.'l
o'clock, Ct.i ksnci: Wmitr, lurd aorenlecn
yeiim.aon nf I. .-. und MuryT. Hill. IVVinh
Inuton (I). J.), Ma'lia.in (Wis.). New lurk
city and Vermont papers rlsano ciiy.
Tun milieu of fu-iiT.i' ill !" ir'vcn.
IIV1IIM MUM B.
OiTti'K IlKimsxnii Ism'R a Nor ro.,1
Mfinphif. Tcnn-.-lulyl'MHtil. I
AT a mi'ding "! tho Hu tiI of l)iro-!tr of
this On in puny, he'd this ilnv. a iiMiii
anriiiu! cueh d:viilnnd of Kin-(ft) I'cMViii
was doc! ired (Mil "f tlie not eurninus of the
past six (ill rnonilts.
J. M. DIINPCOMB, fiFcreiory.
lMVlliM AOi 'IC'K,
Ort'tcn or Pi.xktkrs Fine avd MmnR In-)
buiuhcs: CouPAkv iii Mkupiis,
Ma.Mdii', Tenn-, July 7, UX )
AT a meeting ill tho JUoiril of Directors,
hel'lthis tiny, acnah dividend of rive
I'sjr leul. was dno'urid. iny iklo on de
man J;ll . hMl'IH. Seorelmry.
1)K. Ii. L. LA SKI,"
Physiclim, Surgeon aud Acroucher,
KESIDEr.'CB AXD OFFICE,
313 Mal? WlrH(, eitr-rniou.
Toln. hone No- W.
W, II. H.liTKB).
N. sj. TO SIP
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
(Ayres Block) J
N en and Lalest Stilcn Stock. Sew
J'jwe, ew machinery.
Trices as low as anywhere, Sortb
Increased facilities for doing al
0-FOVIt OFFICE llOOMtt
en the southeast corsicr f MM" and
Union strMls. Apply to
JUUOli A. UAMIiiTON, 80 Adams it.
STATE THKA6URKR'S OFFICE. Jt'LY
1.1 To Ilia Ki.-i'llency Wui. 11. Bate,
Govornor of tlie Mute ol Tennearee tiir : 1
hereby uui ke to you my quarterly report for
the quarttr ending July i, jv,
J A. MB. 6 W. THOMAS, Treasurer.
Batanco In Tremury April 1
Amount received iroui
Truateea IM'.l C HJ
County Court Clerka.... ,H2 7i
Circuit Court Clerka 4,2S 14
Law Court Clerks 41 tM
Supreme Court ( leka . K4C SI
Chancery Court Clerke. 4,Hf! f9
Criminal Court Clerka.. 1.44D M
llevanu Collector! ... 14(1 .11
llnk Tai 3,iiol 28
Redemption of Lasda... (4
Inaurance Xax .. 'i'i 11
KicheaUd 1'roinrty 8. ii
MoMinnvil e aud Man-
eneater Katlmad 1,777 (3
Leiaeea State PeniUn-
tiary IS.IIO 00
Supreme Court Keporto. ill W
Bank of Tenntaaee New
Iaaue Bxixnae 2'2 01
1 yona View Farm, rent Ml 0"l
Kallroad Htaie Tax K45 00
Pullman Southern Car
Company 063 6
ro and bhelbyville
Turnpike 2fi,fS5 50- 2IM.875 11
State Prosecutions . $U,.riS4 00
Iutereat State Debt tpast
ilimcnunnni) - ifl.MH M
Interest School Fund... 4,t'4 09
Salariet Judicial 24,841 iW
balariea Court ol Kef-
Salariea" Kxemnire 4,037 SI
balariea Ulhceri ol ren-
itentiary 1.7W 99
Salaries Suii't llorpital
Insane Mid. Tenn 500 00
Salaries Sup't Hospital
insane i.ai junn -usi w
Salaries A. 111. (leneral.. Ml CO
ri.la-t l.ll.-nrl.n '1U IM
Salaries Asa'tLihrarlan loo' 64
Salaries Sup lor runno
Instruction .113 32
cia.:.H u..n'. n-,.itl .'al imi
Salaries Attorney Uene-
ral ana tteporter ouu w
Salaries Clerks Comp-
...n.-1 limiwi . . Aid OR
Salaries Clerk treaaur-
er s Ollica am ti
Salaries Clerk Secretary
(if State's Ollice 210
Salaries Clerk Uovern-
or's Office 102 50
Salaries Hup't Publlo
insirucrion .n .. "
!.'.... C.n.lnl lilll 125
Kxpense J rcaa'ra Office . 53 50
txpenae vnipiroiier s
Office M 0
l". ...... I.II.r.r. .11 2h
Kxpinse Com. Hohoola... 1.57S 00
Kxpense r unci in jio ia
Kxienre Court ol Kel-
..... 77 0j
Kxpenae' Publlo Arma... 55 pa
Kxpense cxecuuve u
Expense hcretary of
Slate's tmoe . ; w
ExpeneSuprmeCourt 802 61
Expenie Bank ol Ten-
neisee New Iaiue 136 57
Hospital Inune Middle
T........ 2II.7.'41 00
Hospital Inaane Bast
lenneisee o,ivi ij
Il...l, ,l W..I Tnnfi 4 owl 00
Ktate Jioara oi uesiia... . m
State Noimal Colleiie...
State Fenitentis'y In
A .atlti Vnv!tlvl
Pension to Blind
Pleuro Pneumonia, -
Refunded Mevenue ......
Bank ot Jenneasee mew
Issue Certificate ean-
oeled 25,033 00
Bank of Tennessee Old
Supreme Court Reports
Statistics and Mines...
Tennessee Sebool for
lilind ... :;
Tennessee School Deaf
Total disbursements.... ?)!''!! li
Tn treasury, balanoe on hand ir4,0TJ lu
The above balance oon-
sists of .
Amount in bnk ss per
Schedule No. 1 llM.flai 42
Cash on hand 2,.W 4S- 1M.019 85
SruiDULC No. I, Biiowmn BaIancei i Baki
Julv 1, 1086.
First National of Nashville t m.VA 14
Commercial Nafl of Nashyillo 4t.im 42
HhelbyvilleBavinx Bank a.205JW
Total Ilf.1.620 42
The amonnttn Shelbyrille Sayings Bank,
tXW 80, is not lubjeot to check, bank sus
pended, leaving balance in bank available
and subirct to check, I . The balancea
in all other depositories have been, within
tie last low daya. transferred to Nashville
dooositoriei In order to meet July interest,
which, by acts of lv, ia payable at Nash
ville July Int.
Thih is to CgRTirv, That I have oomparoil
the above stileuient i f the receipts anil dis
bursements in the Treasurer's office for the
iiiartor beginning April 1 and ending July 1,
lKHii, with the acc milts in uiyown ollice and
Ami the same to be corre-t.
1 h.ive also exaiiiuiea ins siinoincnis ini
dcred by the dopnsitoriea of the Htale and
fln.l 111 .Ir r.iinnlivM st.iitnilinnl ff iO aUTOO
with the amounts aa set forth in appended
schedule. , . ,
I have also made eotuil cnun' of all ot'll
on band in the Treasurer's office und ilnd Hit
eui'iiints to be as reported i'i the abovo, in d
fliat sa id repjrt is lu eveiy respect c irroct.
1'. 1. 1'iCKAHU,
July 1. lHHil. Cuiuptrollur.
Fxkmitiv Ckfii'b, July 1. IW.-TIiij foro
foing stiiliiment of all moneys now in ti e
Treasury of the S'.uto of Tcimessc. iimlench
as have been rocoived therein nn.i bcon dis
liurned therelrom f'r the period sot l.irlh in
sii.l roporl.lt being lrom April 1.1 Wo, to
July 1, IHSO, mi'.do by J unes W. riioinns,
Trousurer, and eorlilled by I'. 1. lVknrd.
Comotroll r, in rnl'..ruiiiy to the rt'iiiiro
inools ol the Icnisinlive ncl passed .March :i.
1HH1, bus linen examined by uie and In ml
corroot, showing buliince in trcatury J1.4,
lil'.t Hfi, and th-siuneis hereby certified and
ordered publiihcil lATR. )overnfir.
German Bank of Memphis.
rpiIB Board of Dlroctnrs this day dcclnrcd
L a nish riivideml ol Nevcn ul Dae
linir (7'v) ler Cent, out of the not earn
ings of the p.ist six uionlhs.
I I) W . UDl.lJS.MITII, Cashier.
MuMPnin, July ft. 1SK
Meju'Iiik CrTy Fii.ii A!fi Ur.nsRAi. I.vs. Co
Oftii'n. Ill Miullsi n Htroi't.
McupiiiH, Tr,ns., July "., 1W
AT a meoting i,f the Hoard ot l)lrn t',i
hold thia dny, a Cash Diviil.nd of i'l'
I' r -ni, on tbo cnpilal stuck ol the col
panv wus decliired, paynblo on ileuaud.
By order "I the Hoard of Directors.
N A MJLKON llll.b, I'ruldent.
A'tet: llt'div .). I.tks. C'asMtr.
OrKirx Hour IHi'RANr; Cciupy,'
iVlaini.his, To'-n., July 0, Hsi. I
AT a mcoling of the Director ol the ilome
lri"iiranoe and Trust Company, held nt
their ollice on the above date, a dividend ol
rivi: rta t;r.
was declared, and ordered credited on the
stock notes. B. b, MnllOW AN, Tresid'-nt.
Bin F. Prick, Heerntnry
Mkuphis, Tf.uk., July 3, IK!.
WE, the Kxainlning Commiltee, have
made s their ugh exaiuinntlon oi the
hooks, business and assets of the IIHill'i'liy
IssMirftBicM 4'npHis, and And the aiiine
In s eorreot, active and aatisttietory condi
tion, and recommend that ac.ih dividend of
rivsfrr Out. be declared out of the net
earnings of the past six months.
D. P. HAIiDBN.
J. F. FRANK,
W. A. UAUK,
To the Board of Directors of tbe Blull Oil'
OrrionofTHS Bi.iirrt.'tTT IxsriAgcs fo.,t
Memphis, Tenn.. Julv 5, Mi
stsrAt S special meeting of Uie Board of Dl
recUira or this Company, held this day.a
cash dividend of F1VK PKrt CENT, was de
clared, payable on demand.
W. U. MOORK, BecreUry.
GENERAL I1URAN0E AGENT.
OFFICE Room 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Unlldlng. Teleuhone C95.
AHNSTN. I ANWKTfi:
Horlh Brllleh anil Heir-'" Fqallsblo er Kaiahvllli
pstHIIIti (nearly) :l.t.OOO,000 Hnozvlll of Knnaelllo... I(i3,e(l
Weslchesli'rof Nrw York 1,1 4J,nH flutsnls or Itrookly n (Ms-
1'uIum of 'ilorul ....... .. I rins i)epartineat) 4,slO,4s4l
Aansrlcsa Nnrrl ('oinnauy, Nnklu Hoaails or Nnretyahlp. ,
All elsaset of property insured. Special Attention given to Insuring Country Stores'.'
New York Life Insurance Go.
NOTK AM S.T04 K RHOKI'g
MANl'FACTURERS OF FIKST-CLASS
Steam Engines, Boilers and Tank Worlr, Cotton Gins, Cotton
Presses), Mood Pulleys, Slml'tlntf, -Agricultural
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Corn .Etxici &&rvsj IVIills-
SST We have the LARdEST WORKS of the kind in the Vnlted States, and will meet
pi ioes for same quality of work, bond for Catalogue, Price-Lists
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noa. 326 and 328 Main
E ARE IN DAILY RECEIPT OF
fjffesslksl. which w. offer to th. Trail,
will compare favorably with those of auy market ia the United Ntutes. We are Agents for
Tennessee Mannfuctnrlug Co.'g Plaids, Drills, Hhnotlng, Mhirtlng, Ete,
TjTlTVTTVtsOlW" 4h OAxjU.
LUMBER YARD I
YELLOW TINE AND OAK LUMBER.
Ant DKALEKH 19 -
DoorB, 8s8h, BlImlH, I)reBnod Flooring, Celling, Weather-Boarding
Cyprewi MlilnKleM, Latli, h.ic
srOnr fsollltlei rs unsurpassed by any sawmill In the South for fll int order promptly;
Flooring, Celling. Hiding, Step Lumber and Cypreaa Hhlngles a spialt) I also, Framlif
Lumber of all diuieneluni. Wo make the Wholesale Business s ipeoial feature. Order
olloited and promptly tilled.
GEO. IIAYfmiI.M2iS, AGENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street MemPltlit. Tennemiaee
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,00(1.
J. It. GODWIN, Tres't. J.M.001)1aV Vlce-Pres'U C.H.KAt.HK.Cashlet
J. H. UOOUBAB,
3. M, SMITH, CHARLKn KNKi, R. J. uinx
JOHN ARMIHTKA1), C. B. llrtYAN. A. W. NK W8(IM .
aarA DipesHry of the) Hll of Temisfieuww. Traawula a ntnrrni Mnuklag
Hw.ip.ws sunt srivx WpxiIhI Altl's ollwii-"-i
And C'oitimisHiofl M pretax
Ah -v x-v . ''... "-'.T' t
9 u D Ao V
r. h. a i.K'iisr,
Lui CttiUiulanlOtt Mcrcisittit", l!u;,Corn 0.i?, .!'., 0"? r ksI, .:"i-nil,
tlwt, Otnidut, I'i.mter, HaUdlug nii.J i :-) hr'.n. I'U.
Tor. Prowl itnd ?Tn?(in. 1 I!oK'n.rV5 '-.i'-iihf.
I N. KS f ICS.
Z 3HL 13SS;3S & IO
thtt t Khun to inn?, st
Wl.oteale Grocers ans! Gallon Valors
(03. I 1-2 R nrJ 13 Union Street. Me.nt.lii3. Tenn.
h am est" n i mvm- 11s a & icica.
Jos, Solif Ifz Orewfog Ouffipanv,
UrMDlIK' npt Vt'tl I mniBnil fMllvsr , -i ".' IO Itsi
jlLjll lllh I51v Miljl isi.lsadl)eib ... t sxaull
S. ROE.Cl:U-.. Agent, Mamylviii, Tnu.
SalM In MJ, 49V,W r-U ""'T': ZL.''m,'f
I.i IV-4, 440,0410 lyri.
St., Memphis, Tenn.
DKSIRABLE MPKIMB 4N BUM M KB
uunn the most farorable terms. Oar nriesl
f Latest roveitio3 in fentwear
FOil M" 111 Ml A:.D M,.".iMlil.
' M i'iiooit niiiikb tHiiiiir
, AOEiitr. tf itiitK F.s.v.oia
.l AOET3 It lit F.'.KOIS
J ;V. h. Poiifirtos iV-.iM f':t't Klioea
In tlt.ttc-', l ace uti-J ;:otirot'ii.
iter, lll'i'irtrated C l..ue at 1 Pr! Uil
' i I l Tree on m : 'ii-iunn."i
if. l. t i nli.
11. DO AN.
oswv.a. es. ! . ...IMis. rar-rfsta. ."'V.t