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AFPEAI
ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TENN., THURSDAY. JULY 15, 1880.
VOL. XL VI NO. 167.
TIHTlRS
PHIS
HARD OSTflE FOLITICIAXS
1 STB03T0 CIRCULAR FRO! THE
PRESIDENT 10
Federal Office Holders, Enjoining
Tbem From Taking an ActlTe
I'ait In Folitics.
IBPIOIAL TO TBI APrilL.1
Washington, D. C , July 14. Th
I'res dent has preored a circular to all
office bolder in the Federal air rice,
ecj 'ioiog ihem frcm taking ny active
pait in polit'cs excnpt to cast their
vo'e at the polls. The cause ol tiis
action is elated to ba that within the
pa t few days a number of inriznant
lrttera bave been received by the
Prts deot from parties wbo we e de
feated at the p'imary electors for
Gongiew and other Federal p:sition
by tbtir opponents wbo used ollicitl
patronage Hnd the inilaence ol thir
positions to defeat candidates fcr
office. The President is thoroushly
in earnest in bis Civil Service reform
.pretentions and will adhere stricly to
ills principles. The circular will be
E laced in toe bands of every office
older in the country in the govern
ment service, including fonrtb class
postmasters.
THB MORRISON RESOLUTION
to pay out of the surplus ronnev in
the Treasury in excess of $'.O0,0O0,OGO,
at the rat tf flO.OOO.OCO per month,
for the extiaBuishment of the public
deb', pisa.d tha House today by the
deceive voie ot 219 to t5. Tue fol ow
ii g was the vote of the delegation
from Arkansas, A'aama, MisjifS ppi
. and Tennessee: Arkansas The fnirta
deltgition voted yea except Roger,
who didn't vote; Alabama-Solidly
voted in ti e affirmative; Musis ippi
Solid vote in the affirmative 'Ihe
Tennessee deUgat'oa, Democrats aid
Republican, vottd jea, except Honk,
who wai absent.
83UTHSBN P08TAL 0BDKR8.
Fourth Class Ponmrsteis Commit
sioLed Dn el B Brown, Good
water, Ala. ; Henry Nunn, Fort Bloff,
Ala.; John G. Gnnn, Naxapter,
Miaa. ; Quincy J. Barrett. Wildwood,
Mim.; Jaroei H. Hioes, Terry, Tenn.j
JohnM. Trails, B ue Creek, Tenn.;
Hiram B. Wynne, Wbitefield.Tenn.
New Offic;s Henry H. Epperson,
Andrrs, Crawford county, Aik.; Geo.
M. Chapman, Swain, Mentor county,
, Ark.; Joe. H et-fford, 8taflord, Boli
var county, Miss.; Lizzie Dedetick,
Unaka Spring', Unicoi county, Tenn.
Special Service Discoatinued Ala
bama: Washington, Washington
county, from Br. Stephens, fom
. July 12th. Tennessee: Pryor, Marion
count?, from July 7th.
Star Series Changes Alabama:
Citionnlle to St. Stephens, from July
12th, embrace supply of Weshirgton
next after 8 je flower, without chauge
- of dibtance. Alabama: Epes S atinn
to Gainesville, from JalV 15th, increase
service to six crips a week. Toeneeoee:
Helenwood to Parch Corn, from Ju'y
16 :b, r jd uce ( ervice to one trip a week.
FRANK B. BIND,
. president of tl Q'leen and Crescent
rou'e, and W. H. rimiti, president; J.
M. CiiId. seneral freight agent, and A.
G. Mapes, asisiant general freis'it
agent, of the Louievilln and Nashville
t j -t iit : i ) :
rtt.UUKU ttlD HI TflueiUO.
FAVORABLY REPORTED
Mr. Richards leports favorably the
war claim of Mrs. L. Blixin, of Mur
freesboro, and the claim goes on the
calendar.
The President's Civil Servlee Cir
cular. Wahhinoton, July 14. The follow
ing executive ortJVr was iseued by the
President this afternoon :
Kxicdtivi Masstor, )
TVasbirgtoii, D.C., July 14, 1886. )
T the Head, of Department in tha Ser
vice of the General ttoTornment:
I deem this a proper time to especi
ally warn all subordinates in the sev
eral depar.menis and all office holders
under the general government ggiiut
the use of i heir official positions tn at
tempts to control political movements
in tbeir localities. Office holders ate
the agents of the people, not their
masters. Not only is their time and
labor due to tbe government, but tbey
sDould scrnpulnu-ly avoid, in their
political action, as well as in the dis
charge f their r fficial duiies, offend
ing, by a display of obtrusive
partisanship, their ne'ghbors
who have relations with them
as public officials. Ttey should also
constantly remember that their party
friends from whim they have received
preferment have not invested thm
with the power of arbitraiily manag
ing the jioliu al aflaira. Tbey have
nor'ght as office holders to dicta'e tbe
political action of their party associate?,
or to thiotlle fr edom of ac ijn witbiu
parly lines by methods and practices
which prevent every useful and jus i
able pnrpese of party organization
The influence of Federal cilice holdois
should not be felt irj tbe mra'pulation
of pohieal primary meetings and
nomina'iog onvennons. The ute by
these officials of their fosi
lions to compus their selection
as delegate! to political c in
ventions is indecent and nn'air,
and priptr regard for the proprieties
and reqairenun's of official place will
also prevent their a Burning tbe active
conduct of pol ticil campaigns. Indi
vidual in ereU and activity in politi
cal affairs ore by no me at s condemned.
Officeholders are by no means disfran
chised nor fotbidden tbe exerc'se of
political privilege., but their privilege
are not enlarged nor their duty to
party increased to pernicious activity
by officeholdirg. A just discrimina
tion in this regard between
tbe things a cit'zen may properly do,
and tbe purp:s"s for which a public
office should not be used, is easy in
the light of a correct appreciation of
the relation b-tween the people and
those intrusted with official place, and
a consideraion of tbe necessity nnder
our form of government of poliii al
tc.ioa free from official coercion. Yon
are requested to communicate the sub
stance of these views to those for
whose guidance thpy are intended.
OHOVER CLEVELAND.
Wkal HI Cleveland Will Dv aa Ed
Itrtu.
v CniCAOo, III., July 14. In writing
a letter to her publisher, prfpiratory
to afHtimiug her editorial duties, Mits
Rote Elizabeth Cleveland rays: "I
am taking some care to be absolutely
certain of what I writs in this firt
confidence wifi the people. I mean
to rather ad.liew myself in this firat
number to my ountry women and
my library country woman, end make
my talk very simple and eirnest and
sincere. I snail ignore the great critics
altogether."
Mo Tiding of Tboraeora.
St. Louis, Mo., July 14. Up to a
late hour tonight no tidings had bten
received of Thomson's whereabou's.
His family fs?ert their ignorance cn
that point and' say that bis abssnce
and the condition of tha bank are as
mnch of a eu prise to them as to any
body el;e. It has not transpired
yet bow many individual accounts
there are in tn Dank, put as
t is kmwn that the deposit
ors a-e trmeraUy prior people, it
is believed tht the aotonnta are q i.te
numerous ard thit the suspension
will caute a widespread loss and mnch
distress among a class of very worthy
persons. The receiver appointed by
the court is W. H Thompson, of the
Bark of Commerce, not the Commer
cial bank, as stated in a previous ds
natch. The bond of he defaulting
cashier, which amoui ta to 130,000,
will be made good on emana.
THE REBELLIOUS L0 WCTS.
No New Develonaneiiis at tbe Da4e
Cool Mlti m. .
Nashvillk, Tenm., Jaly 14, A spe
cial to tbe American eiya: Coal Ci y,
Dade county, Ga., wl ere are looa'ea
the mines of the Dada Coal and Iron
Company, is a scene of intense excite
ment. Bya tof the Legislature es
tablishing the convict lease system, it
wai crdeied that this camp be given
all tbe long term con acts. Thus it is
t at the hardest and meet vicious
crimina a in the State are amorg those
co. fintdin tbiscamp. many of whom
are confined for bfa. On Monday
when tbe guards went to the s-ockeds
to order the men to work they were
met st tbe gate by at out 100 tonvicts
end to d that they w mid not go tu
w. rk, kiving to ctuse for compla nt.
The gurds retired an I communicated
with Warden Kiipa'rick, who tried to
induce the men to gi to work, but
failed. He then telegraphed to Chief
Keeper and Inspector 'lowers, of At
lanta, who yetteidaf went to tbe
mi :e. He perimptorially ordered
the men to surrender and go to woik,
but was nswered wit an emphatic
"Go to h 1." They fold him, they
wou d not work. He finally suc
ceeded in ge'tirg a oonference with
the ringleaders, goiig courageously
inti the incloeuie tnd conferring
with toem on their own grounds.
What complaiot the men made, or
what were their demands, are not
known. Cerlain it isttiat tbe keeper
drclined to grant them what toey
asked, and they are siill on a strike.
Toe authoiit.es da not know what to
do, as the i iDgleedert say that they
will die before (hey surrender. It is
said the guards will simply etarve
tbem out. Hanger, they arue, is a
grat mnliifier, and tht the men can
not hold cut many c:'.ya. Toe Gov
ernor has been telegrt ibed fprins rac
tions, but he cannot tilp the situation
unlets he orders s mmary act on,
which may lead to bloodshed. A tele
gram was sent to Chattanooga last
uigbt, atking for tha immediate ship
ment of two d r.jn shotguns and Win
chester rillea to Cole City. It is stated
that f jur r.f tbe ringleaders will he
shot today if they do not rename woik.
FOHElHJf LABOR.
Halts AttnliiHt ine toutroetor of tbe
Texas Capitol, y
Austin, Tax., July 14 Suit h;s
been commenced in the United states
Couit be e t eainst Gus Wtlke, con
tractor, John V. Farwell, C. B. Far-
11 4 L -A A mn PakMnb
well, AUUDI x a J ui D ' ( amua mnuvai
of Chicago, 'lor violating" alt act of
Concress pas ed in February, 1885,
prohibiting the impoitation and im
miftrtion r.f foreign laborers, It
is al egfd that the above named
percons some time in April
Drought or caused to bs brought fiom
Scot'audeikhiv-six granite culters.wno
are now at work on tbe capi'ol. Uus
Wilke, the contractor, says they came
of their own free will in answer to an
advertisement, and that thty were not
tolicited or paid to do so. It it tus
pectd that tbe snit has been ineti
2.Ud by the Knights of Late.
wbo am down on the syndicate
for working penitent ary conv.cta far
nisbed by the State. Tbe suit will be
tried at the August term of the court
A dispatch was shown to tbe Hon. 0.
B. Farwell and Col. Abner Taylor by
the reporter, and they said that it wai
a matter with which the syndicate
had nothing to co whatever, it be
longed en irely to the contractor.
KISIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Preparations for the Ornnd Prime
Drill at Toronto.
Toronto. July 14 It has ben de
cided to go on with the Kn'ghfs of
Pythias pr'zi drill compet tion tomor
row, rain or snne. it raining, tnn
drill will tike plac in the Mutual
s'reet rink ; if la'r, at Exhibition 1 ark
For Class A seven have entered-In
diarapol'S, Fort Doarborn, Cnicsgi;
Kokcmo, Ind; Alpha, Hamilton, Oat. ;
Rid Cro-s, Oleveldnd; Austin, Am
sterdam. U Y.. and Damon, cincin
na'i. For Claes B two bave entered
Chicago Division, Chicago, and Lin
coin Divis oo, Nebraska.
The Supreme Lodge today trans
acted rout ne business.
Weat Tenneaaee Bonrtl of Ileolth.
Cn a b i.sKTON, W. Va., July 14 The
State Ho ml tf Health in annual ses
sioo elpnted Chares F. Kic bards, of
Chariest m, preeidrnt and A. Harris,
of rarkersburg. sec re tare. Alter rou
tine work the boatd r-uspendtd tLe
regiFt'a'ion ot graduates Torn tne Jet
fereon Medical Co leae. the Philadel
phia, tbe Lomsvi le Medical C illege of
Kentucky and the Colnmtus Medical
Col ege of Ohio There is a law in this
Kits granting the State Board of
Health power to do ssit pleas is in tbe
matter of granting permisjion to doc-to-s
of medicine to practice within this
State.
The Newa Dealers and Nlntlonere
CnicAcn, III , July 14. The stcjnd
day's session of the Convention of
Nairn Dnilnrk and Ktatinner' Nntionitl
Asseciat'on of America was consumed
principally by the consideration ot re-
lit aianil ttlAflHottion
of resolution, chief among wlrch was
0'ie reommenaing tne esraoimrimeni
cn a permanent basis ol line di-tribut-
Inn oiranlD with a ran'rnl AfrpnrV In
New York Ciiy to handle all kinds cf
goods used by news dealers, and
apnrji nf nutinnnl waeklv stirv DHIiera
were suggested ss a nucleus for this
purpose.
LonUvlUe Cement.
f aariia res rcT3
Found ations. eel' ar w illj'i nd "balld.
nmsnhiHet to overflow ihinld ba eon-
structed with LcoJi villi ClJarsl, Ilia
the standard.
la Honor of Uea. Haneock.
New York, July 14 The Board of
Aldermen wdr-.y aaopted a re oiniion
ra r.irg a po ti on of a s'reet up town
as Hancock P'ace and the puk adja
cent to it Hancork Pa k, in memory
of the lute den. Hancock.
SrRUAG IP BY A MOB.
KEXFKOE, THE ALAB1M1 DES
PERADO AND 0U1 LAW,
Endg His Iafdmnns Career at the End
of a Hope His Experience
as a Criminal.
Israelii, to TBS ArrtiL.I
Montgomery. Ala.. Jn.v 14. As
predicted yesterday, Stephen S. Ken
froe, the desperado and out'aw, was
taken out of jail at Livingston, Sum
ter county, Ala., at 9 o clock la-t
night by about seventy-five disguised
men, wbo overawed the jailor, and
hung RenfuHi outside the city limits.
This ends the career of one of tbe
mist daring and d'Bpera e characters
that Alabama ever pro luced. He was
mixed od with manv dastardly deeds
during tne latter part ol bis life, la
1874 be was arrested by federal Mar-
thalp, charged as one of tbe as!assius
of Col. K. D. Billings, a lawyer of
Sumter county and a Republican.
He was also charged with a s xttng m
tho murder of Tnos. Ivey, a Repub
lican railroad route aitent. and tne
kukluxing of negroee, causing g eat
exciteme.Lt over the State.
BIl.LINUS WAS SHOT DOWN
In a lonely place on the highway,
Ivey was publicly shot in his pcntil
car by a gang of about thirty men in
open day. K-ntroe was coarea as
the repu'ed leader of the gang com
mit1 ing these murders. The Federal
authorities srnt detectives to Sumter
county, wbo spent several months
here. Kenlroe was taken to Mobile
n irons, which was denounced at ttat
time by tbe nespape:sin Alabama
and by many cit sens. Later on he
was elected emeriti ot Mimter county,
llSCAHt A DEFAULTER,
and his career since then has been one
steady, flagrant, open viola ion of the
laws ol tne Utate. Ue rank so low
that even his former friends aban
doned him. He was as bold and defi
ant as any highway robber that ever
disgraoed any state before and since
he landed and escaped from tbe peni
tentiary stockade at the Pratt mines.
Shor.ly before bis eecjps from there
he was interviewed Dy your corre
spondent st the Pratt mines, where
be worked witb otber convicts, tie
intimated then that he would find his
way out. Soon thereafter he escaped,
hidiog around in caves, stealing
horses, mults, jewelry and everything
he cou.d lay his hands on.
What la Thought of the LyncblaKot
asiruiiuKBain.
ISFIOIALTO THB APrBAL.I
Bibminoham, Ala., July 14. Justus
Collins, convict manager at tbe Pratt
mines, returned from Lexing on last
n uh. leavine iuit in time not to see
the lyncbinv ot tbe notorious fcteve
Ksnfroe. He had a stormy time wit h
the Sheriff and his backer?-, wbo, as it
now appears, were not willing
to take any chances on Renfrce's
escaping from the mine and
coming back amonr tbem. Find ng
that nothing elte would do any good,
Collins bad filed a writ of habeas c r
pus for the pots ssion of tbe prisoner.
Rnnfroe. apparently apprehending
mob violence, wanted to come to tbe
miner, and proposed to clean out the
oppo i:ioa if Cullins would give him a
p stoi. t it is suspected that be was
put ou) of tbe way more for what be
could tell than for what he had done.
He had never killed anybody eo far as
known, unless it was in Kulilux days.
FL0OD3 IX NORTH CAROLINA
The Host Derttrnetlve Preebet Since
1867.
Raleigh, N. C, July 14. Heavy
and continuous rains throughout tbe
State have caused the greatest flood
since 1807. Farmers on the Cape Fear
river have lott all their crops and
many have been f orced to leave their
homes on account of the flood. Many
turoentine distilleries are under water
and stores and dwelling) are deserted,
All tbe lowland crops in the State are
injured, and only in a few sections on
atifi uplands is there much piosptct
of any sort of crops. The damage in
mat y sections Is well nigh total, and
in others from one-quarter to one-
ball.
A Biak Caahler Arrested for Bar-
Klarjr.
Cleveland, O., July 14. The Ex
change Bank at Eluffton, O., was re
cently burglarized and considerable
money stolen. Today O 8. Lsnirm,
caebi?rof the bank at the time ef the
burglary, was arrested on the charge
cf ha.'irig committed the crime. He
was Leld in 1500 bail for a bearing.
The romplaint was made by a de
positor.
Exprr aaniea'a Matranl Benefit Anno-
ciauon.
Chi' ago, III.. July 14 Tbe bien
nial convention of the Expresemen's
Mutua iienent Association was held
in the Board of Trade Building this
forenc n. President Henry W.Dw'irht,
of Bo inn, called the convention to
order. Bishop Chaney led in prayer
Silas 11. St. Johns, of New York, was
leett( secretary. Tbe secretary s re
port f r the patt two years showed a
pre sperous condition of tne orgamza
tion a d a large increase in its mem
beisb i i.
A Drnaaltlna; Tremnrer Nenteneed
to tue renlientiary.
Clk rii. and, 0., July 14 Martin
0. Van rieet, the defaulting Treasurer
of He'ron county, who was for three
vears s fugitive from ius'ice. and who
was i cently ex'radi'e i from Canada
on a charge ot forgery, wes today
sentenced to i'x years imntisonniont
in tie pemte jtia-v. van ruec
Dleadid guilty, and this fact in con
nectit a with the impoverished condi
tion ot his family, is said to account
for tbe Ugbt sentence.
A Tlll-Tanner Nbot and Hilled.
Iniiianapolis, Ind., July 14. For
Fome lime it bat been believed that
the till in Langdon s grocery house
was being plundnred. and a policeman
in citizen's clothing was stationed in
tbe store. Tonight, shortly af'er en-
teiing the store, a trap leading to the
cellar was opened, and Charles Gill, a
colored man, appeared. The officer
a'tennpted to arrest him, and in the
ecu die that ensued Gill was shot and
inhiaotly killed.
The Minneapolis Floor Market
MiN.NEAPOLrs, Minn., July 14. The
Sorlhu'-tlern ifiiler says: Lust week's
opera'i'ns were cut short ons day by
a holiday and the output dropped off
2.,lXlu narrsis. ins prouuri was ii,
K ObatT'ls, averaging 20,305 barrels
rimlv. airainst 40.720 barrels for the
rnrrisDcndidg time in 1885. The
1 irnt. vnrk of a vear arro was oc
caiioued by most of tbe mills
being closed on account of work
on tha canal, only three producing
Hour for the time corresponding with
last week. K'gtitpen mills are running
today, bnt tha indications point to an
ear y diminution in the output though
it may come gradually.' As the new
crop approaches some mills are mak
ing preparations to shut down for re
pairs Several of the larger merchant
nulls in the Northwest re reported
shut down on account f dull markets.
The Hour trade is even tla.ter than a
week tgo. t
THE MOLDEKS.
lata of I he International
renlloa at Toyouto, Oat.
Proceed
Coot
London, Or., Jnlyll. The Inter
national Mulders' Unibn today parsed
a series of resolutions set ing forth a
belief that the time has arrived for a
union and solid compact between
all of the national and interna
tional unions to stand by and give
financial support to each otber
in all efforts for material advance
ment; that while th a amalgamation
should be close enough to guarantee
each the support of lall, tbe internal
management of ii organization
should be left tj irVetf. A committte
of three was appointl t) issue a call
for a convent, in U representatives
of all trades unions, not later
than Janmry next, to carry cut
the plan (uggescea; that tne
Aloldcrs' anion cenetitulion be
amended to putmit the me of
a funds to assist those of other trades
n a strike: that the constitution
framed at the proposed federation
convention be stibmittsd to each local
un'on for ratification, and that the ex
ecutive officers of the national and in
ternational organization conttitute the
national federation executive board.
LI 1 TLE ROCK, AUK.
Meeting of the taraad I.etlice of Ihe
Brotherhood of Arhaniaa.
laraciAL to TBI ArrBAL.1
Little Rock. Abk July 14 The
Grand Commanderv of the Knighta
and Ladies of the Order of Universal
Brotherhood of Arkansas met in tbn
city yesterday, Supreme Grand Com
mander Charles H. Khrinbnrg presid
ios. Considerable business of impor
tance ta the order was dispatcned,
and the Arkansas branch sojourned
aine die.
This morcing the Sop'ctue Lodge of
tie United States convened in annual
aeesion. A lane delegation of repre
sentatives being prelnt from all over
. L. nABn4HH '1'V.n . B I. k. r. V. ill. n jngH
bile CUUlltrj. 1UO UDD UVDU UIV YA-
pied Discussing loAe mat ers. Tbe
question which iee(s ta be cm ing
considerable discus ion, and which is
now being coneidered by a special
committee, is the disrega d which
some of tbe supreme oflicers bave
shown for the offic ii mandates of the
order. The sessiorT will adj .urn to-
Fonnd Dend on th Railroad Track.
Kansas Citv, Mo.. Ju'y 14 The
lifsiers body of a men identified as
Louis 1 licks, a detective, was found on
the Mi'sonri Pacific railroad track,
aove Wyandotte, this evening. It is
supposed that be was in the govern
ment secret service art! car.e here
fiom Fort Leavenworth in sra'ch of
army deserters. One theory is that he
was murdered by 'the men m was
pu'Buiog, and another is that he fell
from a railroad ti. ,
Pnrealna the Uoalile Apaches
Kansas City. July 14. The Timm't
Tombston, Arizona, special says: in
formation from Gen. Miles head'
quarters is to the (fleet tbat C'apt.
Liwlon with bis company and one
hundred Mexican cavalrymen is in
the Sierre Madre mountiins in pur
suit of the Apaches. Another da-
tachmmt Is in the same region work
ins in conjunction with him. The re-
rort that Gen. Miles is negotiating for
Geronimo's turrender is denied.
Ne
Enterprise for Birmingham
81'ICUL TO TRE APPI1L.)
T . n ii it . ii At a liilw 1 .1 Til . n
S. Perry, president of tbe Perry Stove
Company, a big concern at Albany, N.
Y., is here prospecting with a view to
clantitg extensive works in the same
tine, and is favorably impressed witn
the orosnects. iieeays be bas already
been using iron from here. m
Bew Hampahlre Prohibition Con
vention.
Concord, N. H July 14. Tbe Pro.
hihition State Convention met here
today. Resolutions were passed de
claring too liquor trade a national
question, as it was the sour, e and sum
ol all evils aud arraigning Ihe Rspuh-
lican and Uemocratio parties as Its al
lies, and the enforcement of laws f r
ths observance of the Sjblwtb is de
manded. Col. Jo3enh Wentwoith. of Con
cud, was nominated for Governorand
accepted the nomination.
Col. Ullder In Hiding.
New York, July 14. Col. Wm. II.
Gilder, wbo was detained from star:
ine UDon his Arctic trip by the fact of
his arrest upon a charge of stealing
made by Dolly Adams, the "Water
Oueen." was bailed this aitnrnoon
Meantime Col. Gilder had leamed
tbat the ship Eva, in which be was to
have railed, bed leit new i.onaon,
Conn., at 1(1 o'clock a.m. He ts in re'
elusion tonight leet Miss Adams have
him arrested in a civil action.
Hcolt'a lunlilon ef Pore
Cjd Liver Oil, with hypophosphites,
almost a specific for consumpt on
The thousands of testimonia's we have
received from sauereib who rave been
permanently cured by Scott's Emulsion
satisfies us that it will cure consump
tion in its early stages, and alleviate if
not cure in its latter stages.
Western Kail Aaaoelatloa.
Pittsburg. Pa.. July 14 At the
regular monthly meeting of lbs West-
em IN ail Association, neui nere couay,
the card rate cn nails was resmrmed
Trade was reported fair and stocks
hiirhor. The at'endance was very
large, every factory in the West being
represented in perton or ny proxy.
The Fonrth MlmlMlpnl t'ongrea
atonal .emlaailon.
Grebnviu.b, Mish., July 14. The
Democratic Consrrtsional Convention
of the Fourth District today norninat
ed T.C. Catchings by acclamation.
HlaaUalppI Proklbltlonlxla.
Jackson, Miss , Ju'y 14. The State
I'rohii'ition Uonvention mci nere iy
dav wilh a large attendance, and ap
proved the local option law. Commit
tees for canvars wcrk were appointed.
T.nnnBOBo's nerfame. Eden'S
I.nndbore's Derfume, A pine Violet.
Lundborg'a perlume, Lily of the
Valley.
Lundborg'a perfume, Marchal Kiel
IU,
MAKKIMt.
MORTON RAN D'II.PHt the residanoe
at Iht bride' rent. No. SOD llenls Klreet.
by lha Kav. Dav in ea-anirt. July 14. liWti, at
R o'o ock a m., Mr. Hnr XL W. MortToN, of
Charlotta. V., and Mix Lai r Kni TH,
dauihur of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Ran
dolph. Noaardi.
Tha bridal part? left n thalOo'olock L.
and N. train lor Wauketha, Wli., nopoinpa
nied hr Mrw. Hwrd'tiiS nn I hwr fnniily.
AT-
TODAY
Bura tha Choisa of
100 Fine Trimmed Hats and Bonnet',
Worth from 110 to 115 each.
ea We are determined to e'nae out thin ntnrk,
and therelnre'l'oilM.aiid Only Taidov,
oan loo obtain for an twice or triple the
value AT HataiH'S.ti
A GREAT MAN If
IIANDSOMEFANS
AT 73 4'EftTN,
aa-TODAY AT KRKMKR'S.atr
Real Silk Gloves I
AT S CENTS-worth fully II CO,
TODAY OS1.T AT HIIEIIR'S.
T ODA
KRBMER'S CL0S8 OUT THEIR
HandkerchiefStock
At OuoIIair Price.
ALL OUR
Mikado & Striped Parasols
AT $3.8:1 TODAY.
KRETER'S
WORKWOMEN'S
Building & Loan Association
at Nrla mnlnreal In 196 moelhl,
litl hcrlva uiniurval In lie muairaa.
Pnitl In ll Hrrlaa, 71 prr aharn.
frulll In sl arrlea, $Hi prr alinre.
Thetetwo Nvrlea paldoflTIn roll.
NraNerlMepciiril. Home J to Loan.
A Kul Nnvluna Bank.
For rorlber laformallan, call cn
Secretary, IiM main atrcrl.
N. W. HPEKHH, Jr., rreialdent.
T. 11. It M B, critary.
mxi;ivi:nN walk.
No. 6K7, R.D. Chnioery Court of fhelby
enunty, Tenn. r-Juiunu uraui va. J a
Wlatal.
"DY rirtua of an order of aale nade in the
D above oauie. 'I not noldaoontr at rri-
Tate aala, I will iell at sublio anqttnn. to the
hianaii oiuuer, iot oan, us ifiiiowiaa pruif
arty at tbe loiluwina timet ana piacei i
Firat On the premine', at aoutboaat cor
ner ol Uourt and l.auueruaie eireou. mem
nhia. Titnn.. herlnnintf at 10 o'olook a.m
aondar, July U, lN8, 1 will iell : Lot
nf Tinlta and Coll. lot of Puniil, One Waton
Tank, one pair of Siratea, lot of Steam H.pea,
Valvea.Gockf'.Cotjnaotionii, Flttinaa.Btooka,
Diei, Tonauea. Toola and other machinery,
belna pari of the property oonatitutinf the
outnt or tne lenneiaee uu vninuaDj.
kunnil Tn front ot No. 2VJ Front itraet
afamnliia T,nn . hABtnnlna at 2 o'olork
p.m. Monday, Jaly 80. I I will Iell
one Koldinc Uak, nna Lounge, one Type
Writer, ene lame Table, one Rallinr, one
Standing Irofk, one Flat-top Ileak, one tiafo,
one large Cabinet tor earn plea, one l etter
Preaa, one Water Cooler, one Cyrlnatyle,
eiaht window Shadea, two Revulvlna Chalrr,
two Offioe Cbaira, one Btove and Fixlurea,
one Matting, one pair Letter Koala.
0. II. RAINB, ReeoWer.
1IIV1DENU NOTK'a.
Orrrns Hkbsando iKstriANna Co.,1
Memphia. Tonu.. July IK. 1WKI. I
T meeting nf the Board of Direolura of
thia L'nmnanv. held Ihia dav. a emi
annual oaab dividend of I'le)(8) lrrn
waa declared out of tbe net earninga of tbe
paatiii (ii) moniba.
J. H. DUNKCOMB, Seoretary.
1IVIIK!1 KOTIC'K.
Orrrca or Pi.iktirh Fina Ann Miaiaa Is-)
guaasria Comparv or Mkmi'hih,
Memphia, Tenn , July 7. lHKrt )
AT a meetina of the Board of Direcinra,
held thia day, a oaab dividend of Five
Icr nut. waa deo'ared, payable nn de
mand. J. 11. KMIT1I, Feorotary.
Dlt. It. L. LASKI,
Pbyelclan, Surgeon and Accoucher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
313 Main Ntrei, lier Dnlon.
TelephoneJfoJH.
DIVIDEND HOTIl'K.
Orrrna nr
Miupbis f itt Fra ami (I una ml. Inn. Co
uriire, jv maumoa nirnnv,
MKMPHia, 'xaiN.i July ., iwi.
AT a meeting of the Hoard ol Direi-lnra
held tbia day, a t'anh Divldtnd nf I I v.
frr em. nn the oaintiil stock of the coin
panywae declared, pay. bio on demand,
lly order nt the Hoard of Directorr.
NAHOLKON UILL. l'n aident.
A 'tent: IIunrt J. Ltnn. CaKhler
Dividend Notice.
Orrtca Homb IaRDaarrna Cohtast,'
Memphia, Ter.n., July , f
AT a meeting of the Director ol tbe ii ome
Innuranoe and Truat Company, held at
their office on Ihe above date, a dividend of
rivK pen vt.tt r.
waa declared, and ordered credited nn tha
atonk nntra. E. 1.. McllOW AN, Preaident.
Bug F- PairK, Secretary.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
MnHPHia, TaKK., July , lKHn.
WE, tbe Kiaiuining Coi.iuiltlee, have
made a tlior' uh examinarinn o' the
bnoka. buaineaaand aaaeta of the IllMlTl.'liy
laauraure l'ianpnny, and find the aame
in a correct, active and aatialantnry onndi
tinn, and recommend that aoaah dividend of
FlvaPrr ni. be declared out of the net
earning. oftb.P..t.ixmnth,;)KN(
J. F. FRANK,
W. A. UAdK.
Eaarnining Committee.
To the Board of Director! of the 1)1 ud Oil'
Inaurance Company. ,
Orrrna or TBg Br-crr iIitt iNaraAKua To., I
Mempbia, Tenn., Jolv5, IHWi. '
arAt a auecinl meeting of die Board of Dl
rectnra of tbia Com inn r. held thit day.i
oaah dividend of FIVE PER CENT. Wiu de
olared, payable on demand.
W. U. M 'ORB, Secretary
FOR RENT.
CeTTOUK OFFICE ItOO.HN
on Ibc aonlhraat corner ef Mala and
Union alrefil. Apply to
lltjnii A. HAMILTOV. tV Adama a.
MEMPHIS
Hospital Medical College
AT BIFMPHIM, TFNIf.
T KCTURKS BK.UIK OCTOBER Stb Full
J--J oorpa of Profeaaora and unexcelled clinl
eat advantagee. ieru aof luilinn. lull courae
$i0. For further particulara addreaa
W. B. ROUUrlH. M D,, Dean,
W Madiion alreet.
$5
OO
GILBERT RAINE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Boom 1 (new) Cofd.u Exchange Ilulldlnff. Telephone 695.
narn "nismiMTiisrah
ASMKTW. A MET;
Norlh Rrltlali and gler-" Fejnllablo ml NiMhvlll I07,9a
ranllla (nearly Stl.uno.noA KhoivIIIo of Hnoa vlllo... IDS.aeta
Wnlehmlrror new Tork l.iaa,nt Flmaatm of HrM,klyn IMa-
I nloaiori alilornlit ... l.iaa.eaa rioo Department) a.tlO.lSS
Airarltan Nnrety Oempaay, Mnalnar Honda of Hnretyahlp.
All olaaiea of property lniured. SiecUl
New York Life
ASSETS
WOTF aN ATIM'K RHOKFR.
California
BURGUNDY,
CLARET,
RHINE WINE,
CHEPBY THE GALLON.
33. J". SEMMES tSo OO.
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphia, Tenn. .
TTTB ARE IN DAILY RECEIPT OF
Yy UoaaOH, which we oflar to the Trade upon the raoat favorable teriaa. Oar price
will compare favorably with thoae of any market in the United tttalea. We are Ag.nta for
TenneNtee KannniotorlnK Co.'i PlnlilM, Drills, Klioetlnr, hhlrtluf, Eta.
LUMBER TARDY
Ilrlukler, Ark.,
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AMD DIALRM IS
Doora, 8anh, Bllotf, DrtHHed Flooring, Celling:, Wealner-lloarding
Cyprewi Nlilugk'w, LatLi, Hie
a-Our fkoifltlea are nnaurpaaaed y any aawmlll In the South for fll1 ing ordera promptly;
flooring. Ceiling, 81 Mng. Step Lumber and Cvpreaa Shlnglea a apeelalty i alao, Framing
Lumber of ail dim' Uaioni. We make tbe
aoliolled and
OEO. lIAYfllXiliKIa., AGENT,
No. 124 JetTerRon Street Memphis. Tennessee
ircaii
M
Capital, $200,000.
J.B.UOUWIN.rreg't. J. M. 00 Wl
Boaard Of
T. B.TI'RLKT,
J. M. ttOODBAR,
W. H. Jl
1 la W Dl
Ulli-U
M. NKLSOH,
M. BMfTH,
N. WlLHKnriUn,
H. 1. VVVf IK,
JOHN ARM 1ST HAD. 0. D. 1VKYAN.
V. u.
agr-aV DpeMltorj of tha Htata of TeuunaMMV
H.man. aad glvea Nnerlal
MILBU1 GI Al MACHINE
MANUFACTURERS OP FIRST-CLASS '
Steam Engines, ltollfxn and Tank Work, Cotton Gins, Cottot.
I'ressoH, Wood Pulleys, Slmi'tiiiR, Agricultural
and riuutation Work,
AND DEALERS IN " .
Cor xx ctxTLcl Saw IVIills-
mr y,t have the LARGEST WORKS of the kind In the United Stiitoa, and will meet V
piloea for aame quality of work. Send for Catalogue, Price-LiaU
anu loaiimoniai..
IlfempliiMe
J. R. GODWIN k CO.
And Commission Merchants,
JToa. 34 anil 3fl jradiwon Wtregt, Sigmplila
ADLRBB0.&C0.,261i;WT
WLDQUGLASf
Ul IUL
WARRANTuCL,
'BEST TAN
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos.Schiitz BreviingGompaeiv,
MEMPHIS BRANCH, KEZX"
S. ROESCHfcR. Agent, Memphia, Tenn.
0 11
Salt la m. ,OvO Barrel Halaa f Monaphl Braaeb, Itv.OOw
Hale la 1M, .OO.OOO BaxrU.
Attention given to Imurlng Country StereaJ
Insurance Go.
$60,800,000.
AND-
DESIRABLE HPRINH AHI HV
ManuflicturerM !
whoieaate Uualnaaa a apeoial nature
iwompily llled.
Order
of
Surplus, $25,000.
AIl, VleoPreii't. CU.BAINE,Caahl
A
Dlrcotor
v
R. flODWIN,
W. P. DlINAvAaITi
rVNBY,
R. J. BLACK, -V:
II. K. GOVKIN. -
A. W. NKWBOM.
Tritaaiwta a u.arral BjutklaaT
tllmll. 4ttrtU.-m
Tcniiemee.
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
ELF.UAST BTTLKNt
MJPERIOB WORHMAMNHir
LUWENT PBIt ENt
A8KNTS FOR TUE FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas M.O0 Call Shoe?
In Sutton, Lao and Congreaa.
exr Illnatrated Catalogue and Price-Llat
Mailed Free on apinioauon.-aa
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