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MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY. JULY 17, 188(5.
VOL. XL VI NO. 100
THE PENSION QUESTION.
THE ALL ABSORBING TOPIC IN
Swasatfonal Encounter Between Cob
gressraen 1 h Indian Trader
I SPECIAL TO TBI lrflat.1
Washington, July 16. The penunn
qatBtion ie tlia all abaorbirg tup-cof
c mvjreut on in po'i ical circ te here.
The brunt i t opinion seems to be in
favor of tse President's pol cy in vis
ing most of these measures. There
will be two reports next week on this
cubject 'rjru the Senate Pensions Com
mittee, and a lively time ia anticipated,
fcauator Whiithorne was seen by your
correspondent tcday and ex praises
tbe opinion thtt tbe Democratic Sana
tora generally would sustain Cleve
land, lie believes tbe country
will3ala snpport the policy
of the Executive when they investi
gated bis actioog and reviewed all the
lacts. He thought the effect of tbe
vetoes in the pension caes would be
beneficial the cummittees charged
with the work of inveit:gtiog pta
aiona. As to tbe inture effect io C n
grtsaional elections, Sena or Whit
thorne wns not able tospeakdeBDi ely.
The case was now with tbe people and
the ist ot wax made. .
Mr. M iMillin statsd that the senti
ment of the Damocrnte in the Hou e
was in fivor of sustaining the Pie i
dent. In ninttesn casfsout of twenty
Cleveland a right in his loocluocs,
and in many of the cases the veto d
claims W'rd rejected by former ad
Mr. Breckinridge, of Arkansas, be
lieved that tue Execu'ive'a at'.inn
would make Congress more carefu in
legislation, aud he thought tbe
veto power extended beyond the lim
its of violations of the constitution.
TI1K MEMPHIS BRIDGE BILL
came tear rt eeiving a black eye today
in the House Commerce Commit tee,
mh'ch attempted to reconsider the
vote by which tha bill waj reported.
The motion aas lest by a tie vmb.
Reagan, chairman of the committee,
told yonr correspondent that tue
members would (in tbe minority re
port and a pjiadox would be then pre
setted, tbe minority becomu g the
majority repcrt, the latter having only
today passed Be lstor Whitthorne's
bill raising tbe pension of Th- m a
Chapman, of Campbell county, Tend ,
from 8 to 2o pt-r month.
EOVJTHgKN POSTAL ORDERS.
Fourth CUts foetmastera C immia
rioned Wm. R. Jones, Hewitt, Ala;
LeondirS Or to, Oijpbatt, Ark, Jo tin
J. Davia, L nka de, Alias; Alrxandrr
L Monk), Lenn, Miss; k Caroline A.
Mowbray, SoLn, Tenn.
New Olfic s Felix Cary, Spillinas,
Henderson county, Tenn.
Special serviced scontinued t) Oak-
ley, Bsnton county, Ark. '
Star Service CrianRes Tennessee:
Chattanooga to Fairmount, from July
24tb, change of eite of office at Fair
mount, increase distance one-fourth of
George R Knox and wife, Nash
ville; J. W. Toimas, preeidem of the
Nashville and Chattanooga R il'O-id,
Nashville; W. H. Thomas, Knoxvi le;
T. H. 8ge, J. W. Johnston, Birming
ham, Ala.; W. T. Roberts, Tennessee;
Walter Johns on, W. T. Newman, G.
8. Barnum, Bumirgham, Ala.; R. A
Pnrhar A 1) tiihinn ir . Mnmnhia
Tenn.jT. W. White, Hernacd , Hits.;
A. B. t-tewait, N,shvi.lj Cliff A.
Looke, Eafanla. Ala ; D. S. Giliespie,
Mempbii; T. II Collins, Miseisslppi ;
Wm. H. fctowell, Mississippi; M. jor
Henry Finck, T. S. Davans, J. S. Da
tneatlaial Eneonntor Bel ween Con
Kraaesaxtu tools ana Llr4.
Washington, July 16. Qiiite a sen
eation ws created in the House ibis
afternoon by a personal encounter be
tween Representatives Cobb, if Indi
ana, and Liid, of Nebraska, growing
out of toe i hurgt a made by the former
on the floor of the Housa, to theeffe tt
that the Nebraska number had been
concerned in a land ring. Rtpresen a
tive Pay son, of Illinois, a member of
the Public Lands Committee, wag ex
plaining to Representative GilblUn
theeflettrf ttrtain Senate amend
ments to a b l1, intended toprot cc the
rights of bom steads set .lets, wbea
Reprefen'ativB La rd leaned from hi
teat toward i he pat ty and a-ked : "way
do not yoa felo8 (referring to itie
Public Lands C mmiite-) di s me
tbing to break np tLe land rings in he
South, iuatead of i aiding up n th
Nortb." Mr. Fayton replitd th' that
was what he c mtui t e wai tnd.av
oiing to do. Mr Cobb uurler ok to
def en d tt e com mi tee of w hie ti he as
Chairman, and an angry p seag oc
curred between t.im and Mr. Lai d,
which eroded by the la ter g-mtleweu
calling the lotm r a liar. wtaea.ee
tay thj t Mr. Uubb cleclarrd tbat Mr.
. Laird d d not ('are come out1 dct and
repeat the language. Mr. Liird is
aaid 1 1 1 ava repii. d that the aei.t e
man could not. ,et nit loon eoough
for hi id. With this the rai i tartd
through the 10 by into tbe bait nient.
Some one ca led Mr Pay bod 'a aten
tion t their txv, w th tue fct.tt int-nt
that they cr goirg ou S'de to tigtit
itont. lhaimpon Mr. Py:oa I m
ried thtougu i e u tor way, aud com i g
np to the w nld b toml atanta ou ti e
sU!rway ca g it Mr. Coob by the col
lar and rou o st ated w.th hiui for
pursuing s i o. is i a c nr. e. He a in
ceeded in gett g Mr. Cobb to mtra e
bis s epsso I ru tt e weti do ir of t e
lobby, M'. Ij i i foil ng, whn u e
ontr v r j J roke ou t e hem ; rvcurn t. g
to the ch.iea Mr. Conn lied na
agairihthm 8 vertl wetki a.o, r.
Latrd itr Iv dec a ed ibat ht (Co n )
waj a " liar " Mr. Cobb re jo tied
that Mr. La rd ws a " e j .rer "
But the wutdi I a l hardly p a e l h
lips Mora Mr. Laid struct h in
heavy bl w on ti e mout i
and nie A atrem of blood
trickled down Mr. Co b's U e Md
he ws thron bakwird aam tt a
doorwiy. A crowd which t ad o -lected
ii t rt o d rt bis juncture hi d
thee mtiH a i a ee ar ted, Mr. Lat'd
taking hm e - t in the H us ad Mr.
Cobb r.olii ing in tn ea. y chtir in t e
lobby wher he aa taurroiindi d by
frien 's Th' ba I f e i-e le w.eti ire
two mem' era dates back some m fi ha
and it wis ap .ie t n ti e o c a on
when Mr. Coo ni do hs c' ag-ii
agi n t Mr Lrd, s 'n.e t:ree w ei(
ago, tla th'- la-t named member wai j
with g tat d fli n ty tea ra dim) Own
empi aa zi g v t bin fi-n the L dinai t !
deut l uno dt 6iict be hnrlxd ut h j
antavi niet. Tee waa every reason
to bvliev,' t at it inter erevice ha t not i
come ia the i ape if Mr, Pvtou, who
sought to pcur oil on ttvi tronbled wa
ters, thst a sanguinary personal com
bat w nld have iesu!t id. B th of the
membcri enncerned are of ponerfnl
physique t.nd bear th reputa ion i
men ready at. all times to dtf-ndthtni
selves in a fit ing manner. Mr. Cobb
stands eix feet and over iu hia aloes
and m cf pr poition'e breadth, but ia
romewbat at a d'eadvin'ago rn
the pce of aee, be'ng in the neigh
borhepd of fifty- ibt ors'xtvycas.
Mr. Laud is but 37 jears of age, iti
a girth of chest that would or jamet't
an atblate, and a fiery, itnpetu v.8
temper. On te , other hit d, he la'
al-o alightly lame, thi re:-nlt of a
f-artnreof a leg a year or two ago.
Neither c f tbe members a'e vti ling to
make a s atement at tM's time, and tbe
i.robable upshot of the encounter is a
matter of speculation among their
brother m1 mt era.
The opinion is expressed in some
quarter j tbat tbe Honea of Repre
sentatives has been outraged by the
affray, end that it is a fittu g subject
for investig&t'ou by t a', bo dr. Bat a
maj nity of the members wiio are dis
roied to talk about t"e matter hold
tha as the enronnter d d not occur on
the tl Kir the Home is in no wise con
cerned in it.
The Indian Trilrblp InTeaUaja
iiwn. Washisotos, July 16. The exam
ination of R M. Hunter, a tornev for
Cleveland & Co., M trade a at Ana
da' ko, Ii dian Tirritory, waa con
tinued this morning by the Pa t
Special Commit ee of the 8eoate. Mr.
Hunter's ev d-nce wis subiar t ally in
orr boratoa cf tbat of Jlr. Chva-a-d
o-i Tuesdiy la;t. Hedeserited
ase ies o' interv;ews betwee himself
and the Commissioner cf Imliaa Af
fairs w ti leaiect to tbe renswfl of
Cleveland's license aud 8. M. Ja :k
or's proprsitioo of a p'rtnera'ip
w th Cleveland. At one of tlii'ee in
teivi ws Mr. Hunte said he be ieved,
though he could not a wear to it, tint
be (butiter) terme I Jackson's p'op
caiti in a bl ckmaiiit g achei.e. Thn
nntrome of theaa int-rv.ewd wai a re
fu al by Mr Atkins to rel ceuBJ
Clevela d The witness federal tunes
rpfer.e to inte'vews wi h 8 nator
Ve-twh he snid wai interest d in
behalf t f Mr. Cleveland, but the com
n.i' tee decided not to hear anytiirg
i"h regard to these interview?,
whirh wai not ewential to a
clear understanding of Hun'er'a own
a' tion, because Senator Vest has made
a ri-que.-t to be cilled as a witness an I
allowed t) tell his own story. W it
v e s, by instruction of bU client", ap
reeled the mat'er to the PresidVn',
and sen to him, efter a p rsonal in
terview wi'h Col L-mont, some doi u
menta relating 'o the case. One d ca
ment was an affidavit mtde hv Clev--la
d relating to the sory of J ickton's
vt-it to Anardarko; his propo-it on to
affiaut. to en'er into partoe a.iip w th
t.iuti (Ja ks in), pmt:ng in tbe lie -nse,
while Cleveland furni tied capital aod
experinrce aod did all the work ; to
his (Jackenn'a) threat to huve Clevp
lan l pot off tbe reseryt on if be d d
t o absent tia pa tmr hip upnn theee
tens, a d his s a ement t'jst hi bed
eofBcie nt it flunce witn Onmna asioner
Atkins ti secure hisohje t. Ainong
the dc f nm-bt' were also the following
letter, b. th addressed to Maj James
BanmrtnaD, care of Meyer, Banner
min & Co., St Loo is, Mo. :
Unitkd Status Smith, )
W 18HIKUT0II, I). C Ueoember 5, 1885. f
DkarJim I bad a long talk today
witn Atki' s, Commi-sii -ner of Indian
Affairs. The result of it all wai that
he ia willing to license either Rey
nolds or Cleveland in conjunct m
wi h Jacks n. He refuse" to license
bo h, but says he will give tlerrf
them a recomtnendation, a joint 1
cense w.tn J.ctson, wi.o is a,i a:iy
liumd. Th'a was fie best I c uld
d . Now I want y u "o see I)av a'd
hen write me who ia tbe man, Cleve
lm d "r R viioIik. 1 don't iar tor
either, but I want to meet Dave's
w enes. Let me know at once. Your
friend, o. a. vet.
tlltlTHD TATIt RlHlTR. t
Wa8hinqto, July Yi, 1885. i
Dear Jim-8iici w i'ing yi u the
rt'ier daij 1 r, c ived a no a f om the
C mmiss onrcf Indiin Affilrsas'ui g
me io can at hie off) e He wanted to
tell me that ha had just seen Jackson
and fou id timpoa i de to keep hie
prom i. e in rgerd o giving a oir nfr
blup i h Jacks n eitner to Re,nolda
or C'eve -nd, as I m uht select. He
then tad tnat he wou d try to give
Reyno ds ano'her trade sMp at an
oiuer point, and tt at th 8 was tbe btst
he co il l do It is simply impo si le
(or mwtodo ju tice to my a-iton'sh-ment
wt en I found be hid changed
his mind, but I found I could not; help
mjsalf and bo tbe matter rest. At
k nB s" mj neti rmtne'l to rut all the
trade-ahips in the I dian T.irnory in
the bauds of Miaaiaeipi'iann crT nnea
see n . I da not wai t to hnve a qo r
re wi h Inm, but I tbink I snail offor
nBoutou t , the t-enate asking for
fuh nfonration as to these appoiiit
ii ei-tfl le t me know whether Riy
n ldi wib take a 'rad nbift at another
Emnt. Atiiiis told me t' at Clevt-land
d a h id of ra tie i n th i .es rvHtimi
and h 1 did do, think he c uld appoint
hi ni udder any circumstance. Your
filei.d, o, a. vest.
The ProaldcBt's Peaaloa Vetoe.
Wasiiinot 'N, Ju y 16. Rprrsenta
tivei vorril', of Ka ' a , from the Com
mittee on I .valid Penei ins, ti day re
port id back t ie b'llgranina an in
tratd cenbion to John W Fariis, of
Mi sour , w th the recnnmendati n
that it be pitiwd nver the r-reeide t's
veto Th iep rt at ys iha tbe ilaim
a t i' h s application alleges ih t 'be
diseased li eyes was tie tesu t of
d arr coi t a nod iu thee-v c , and
t itertUie oi in on of tt-eM d e l Ex
aminer to the flei 't tt at d s of tue
ly scanut esul fromdirriea. In
r futa i n of i Hi - tbe report quo es t ie
e i mo y i - vtr,.l i l y c a 8 o tne
erle t t at tha claimn '- impaired
vi i n wan ti e due t effect i t the
di. r.h-M. The comni tei however,
dues n it de m t bso ute y easi-n'ial
th t uehil b- p oved wi h ma he
mati -hI rt r i. ty tht the I' ss O' si.h
W" t.'ie r suit o mill' y ie'vi e, hut
Imlda t a CoWare a h .e tl e ri. ht to
grant the ret ef fou.ht ithout qaes
i ni.a .ii i ha: itw-iaa du ytodn so
t e to.nuntti e witl out exception be
R P'-ae .ti'ive O nim r,pnrt d
b k, with a rero-nni' iid ,t ')n aim lar
io ha- iiitd in th ah'iv.i rn ni iued
ca e, t ie 'Ml gran in a p nsion to
D;V .1 S Eldern,o' Iowa, a ho was
d a' onora Iv di c a ged and fl ed an
ati'U ica io i f r p n i n, all gin; daf
n i-s nut h w 8 .ef is d om tut- gmund
if in-iiHitnt i root Thi fi'ct, to
ga t-e- t i h a ha i tecirii, h d e g it
wrh tho Pi, si tent m v t i' g the bid.
n ti.e r tcpo-t t ie con m tee ems
tli.it true eeenn i b t h uk ri nr ous
cm and t'i- o ly ;o 8 tile it j c io .
hat 1.1 nld bu e g a a st the e aim
ia the c i nan 's din.on rihle d s
ci.arye, But this, it eays, ee-ms to b a
fully exp'aiced, and while technically
the soldier's fault, it cer ainly wai not
in spirit or intent a d -pert on. The
committed find that h a deafners a id
d-plorihle irSanity was UDquihtion
ably tbe rt6u t of wounds received in
the eervice and it th.'rff re rorora
mends the piecpge of the b.ll over the
The sime commi'tee today agreed
o take tbe same action in the esse f
the b II gracing a pension to Surah
Ann Br. dley, ol Oh'o, who had a hus
band and four sons ia the army. The
President vetied this bill on the
pruird that the huthand did not die
ol dis -bill y contracted in the service,
but tbe comuitice does not regard
that fact as eaen'ial and h Ids that
the evidence thai; t';e claimant is de
pendent is ruflicient to 'wai rant the
allowance of th. c'aim. Representa
tive Ellsberry wi 1 present the repot ti
in this cam
Heetlna; f tha Bapllat Con
venllon Labor Troaiblna.
Ispicial'to thi ArriAL.I
BiRMiNonAM, Ala., July 10 The
Bip'iatSt te Convention met In the
Fitst Baptist Church here this morn
ing, with nearly 403 delegate prerent.
The pr sident ia Judge Jonathan
Aralison, of Selraa. The president
and elders of the lent convection were
re-e'eeted. The mo niog was spent
ma nly in hesring and refirring re
ports of standing committees. The
convention aijouinid at 1 o'clock un
til tonight, when there was a devo
tion al meeting.
Superintended Brooks, cf the Linn
I'on WcTks, a lived from Luisvil e
yeeterday evening with half a do?en
mou dera, to take the placei of tbe
men who struttk some ten days avo on
the qu s ion of over time. The strikers
weie provided with union friends to
receive the new comers and prevailed
upon them to return on the midnight
t ain last n:ght, paying their way
ba. k and s nding an escort with them
as far as De'-atur, to make sore of their
going on. No solution of the trouble
is in aiaht. The strikers insist thtt
they will be taken back and the man
agement s'an I ng udou ita right of te
l ciion. It sem-t now that tbe men
will force a shut diwn of the entire
works, throwing 150 men out of em
ployment. UTILE ROCK, AUK.
A Hplft In tbe Twentj-llrat Plena
ISPIOIAL TO TH APriAL.I
Little Bock, Abk , July 16. Ucfor-'unat-ly
for the Democrat of the
Tw mtj-fir.it Senatorial Dist'ictof thi
8 a e they have two candida'es in the
field for State Fenator Judge L. A
Byrne, of Miller, and Judge Mirer
Wallace, of Columbia county. Judge
Btrne was nomii ated af er a f ree
da a' continuous session of the con
vention on tbe 1151tt ballot. Hi
nomination, however, coming from
only a portion of the regular delega
tion, a sulit occurring on the day,
Co'umbla roun y withdrawing, going
off to herrelf and start ng a nomina
ting conven ion of her own. Miller
and Lafayette fttick together and
hoisted Judge Byrne before tbe peo
ple, while tha disaffected delegates
put np Judge Walla e. Both are
g odmeoand good DeracaU, and
both are men with State repu ations,
havirg fl led several pneiitona of pub
'ic trust and honor Tbe convention
was held at Louisville. In the organ
isation of '.be convention Columbia
c unty wa allowed four votes, Miller
three and Lafayette one, the basis
of the vota for Hughes for Gov
ernor, which waa recognized
aa fair by all part.es. On
tn's basii the ponular vote
stood: Columbia 1689, Mil er 1277, aud
Lavfaytte 347, givmg ti the former
sixty five votee over the combined
strength of the latter ; for this sixty live
votes Columbia had ro advanttge,
but on the forty-ffinr' h vote, the con
vention bal'.o ed more than a thous
and for the candidates and a' so a 1
other qnet oris proposed and subm't
ted, by tbe same vote. A dead ock
waa oliourn) tbe result and the nom
ination, as above stated, was the out
c me, and unless a compromise is
eff' cted between now and September
a Republican will represent tbat dis
tries in the Lrgialature this winter.
Pcrdldj Statlaa Aaala Deatrojed
larioub TO TBI APPIAL.I
Montoouek tr, Ala., July 16 Per
dido Stat on, c n the Mobile and Mont
gomery divieicnof the Louisvil'e a', d
and Naebville system, waa completely
burned this a'ttrnoi n. There was no
atation houe bnilt yet. Fire about
twi years ago consumed then, as it
did again today, l eve rat houses. The
turpentine still, barrel factory, and
about 300 btftelt of rosin we.e de
etn yed. Tbe north bonud passenger
train p seed at the time bnt escaped,
tbe wind blowii g an dher direction.
1 he manrtamta suit of the Queen
and Cresa nt against tha Looi-ivi le
ard Nashville fir diveraicn of ran
from Birmingha n to Souti PiUeburv,
e c , in tne C ty Court at Birmicghatn,
wai dismiaied t tbe Queen and Cr-ie-cot.
This pribably will avert all
rates between these two great sys'ems
and an aciloab:e adjuitment is ex
pected. Have need To n -aline in several caas
of nenralaia a d rheuma'ism, with
niarvelons pna 8-s. T. ngaline is an
inva nahle rea edal agent, acd thi
r m-dy ''par excellence" for oeura gW
and rt enmi sm.
Ii. S. SI3LKR, M. D.. Manobcator, Ohio.
BROWS iTILLE, TENN.
Fnaeral ota l'wrar Well Uatwa
Citlacat Mwllb Plcaile.
IsraOIAt TO TBI APPiAL.l
Bkowbsville, Teh., July 10. Tbe
remaioH of Mr I had. Grandad were
intei rod 1 here yisterday. Tbe fun-al
was largely at 'U Jed. Mr, C a dali
wis at one t me resident of Browna
ville, and was widely known here.
He died in Horn oldt.
A 1 re moonl gbr. picnic waa given
Itat nign? at the residence of Mr. J ml
Ma n Nearly all the young pe pie
n town were present and sp?m a da
1 ithtlul eve' ing.
Our you g men are catching the
base hall fever, and every evei.ine a
Urge crowd gots to the grounds for
J. L. Norton Carroll, residing at
Far Rockaway.Q lee 8 conntv, N. Y.,
wis bo cr ppled with i llamirat iry
rheum-ti m, of t n yeeri' s and rg,
th-t he bad to ue crutches. H-t w a
comp'ete'y cured by trk;ng two
Br ndreih's Pil 8 every n'ght fir
thiity niiiliU, and win answer any
written or peisonal inquiries,
TUE FAVORABLE FEATURES OF
Repeated by Hratlstreel'a Review
Hardening of the Money Mar
ket The Crops.
Niw York, Ja'y 16 Spec:al te'e
grrini to Jlniddrtrt't this week, while
ripe a irg favorab'e tra!e katuros
rioted a wiek ago, repoit a qtitto en
eta: hardening of ciomeeic m ney
markets and a widest read im
piovemer.t in oiercanlile collec
tions. At a few citiei autumn
buying bus b;gun, nctibly Louitville,
where takings ara aaid to be large.
The nufavoiable wheat crop pro'reet
teems to dia'ounigo speculeticn on
the New Yoik Stock Exchange
and tbe temporary steppage of hostil
ities among tha gianger made was not
euflicieLt to put pii.:as up. Some ac
tivity and strength was developed in
tbe trunk I n etojki on ths improved
eamingof Erie. Tranaac i ns wtra
1 ,077,000 shar. s against 1 ,247,00; i shares
last week. M ny ia in fa reupply on
call, at from 2 to 3 percent. Exchange
is quit t.
Now that the domett'e wool clip
boa been cleaned np interest centeta
on the deg ee of shonago aa tt nipared
wi h la it yeir. C.'nsst vaflve auihori
t es place it at 10 par c?ni, with the
itreat-r abate of tue dectea e in Ten
ne'e?, Kentti. ky, Virgi' Ia, Pennsyl
vania, Ohio and Ti xv. Lond .n wo. 1
prices ae no higher. Domestic quota
tions aie uncbanged aud holdu-s very
Stocks of c .ttnn groda at the E.tt
are suia.l, and soma brands are hiitber,
chicking i he auit a ti jobbers. Fruit
cloths a e firm und higher at 3 5-10 1.
The s eel ia l mills indicate thtir
prospect by increaiiog the t ital allot
mar t for tbe year to 1.4C0.OCD tons,
1,100,000 t ns bavins been already
contracted for. The activity in Besse
mer p g at $19 ner ton, ita production
aggr- gitmg 195,000 tons monthly out
of 456,000 tons.
Tne total monthly prediction of art
tlnacita and bi.umtnous irons, is ac
Cjimtod f ir by the condition of tbe
Tbe wh-at mvkets have been
quiet r, with prices fluctuating within
a moderate racg-t. The damage to tLe
spring whent is currently, s i mated nt
'r in 10 to 20 per cent., earlier re-porta
having been exaggeia'ed The result
it to leae a Bt.ong under current of
belingthat a hig er la iso of pricis
for wheat are like y to prevail dnriug
the com ng crop yiartr an baa b' en
quoted for two years. This is em phi
si zed by unfavorable cron reptr'a from
the United Kingdom, Russia, India,
AiiKtraliu and elsewhere.. The effect!
of tho drouth on general trade in some
, orttons of tbe spring whott country
conetiinte the m irked exception to
the generally fivorjble t,tado rrpaits
m Miiioned above.
Toe condition of the cotton crop in
he Suutliwest continues excellent.
The tobacco crop in Miesouii nteJs
Fall area For lb Week.
Naw Yore, July 10 The bnsiness
failures throughout tbe country du I'
ll g the last seven days, as reported by
t' legraph, number, for tbe United
St tea 163, aad for Canada 20, a totil
of 183, aa compared with a total of
179 lait week.
A Political Neeaallon In IMial AT.
Intra A troobrd HoolikMier.
lariOIAL TO TBI AFPIAL.I
Nashville, Tenn., July 10. George
Hu l'po:b, buukkeoper for the Euk6 e
Ice C mpany, of this city, waa jailed
tonight on a warrant charging him
aiih obtaining money under false pro
lenBis. He baa been living here two
yi ara und had eetabl shed I flee rhir
acter. His guilt is not generally be
Tha ISanntr comes out. l,i evening
with the affidavit of J. R Hanks, Ri-
Snblican nominee for Criuinal Couit
ierk, charging that (he n raina ion
of Hanry B. M r o , tbe Democratic
nominee fcr trnBte, was pmured by
bribery and the affidavit hr delegate
to the Dmo 'rati ccouventioo.whoea cl
tt at f. '!0 bad been given for I he three
votes that secured Morrows nomina
tion. The affair is creating deal of
Tbe Neeeaally tor m C'MlMlan If l.
London, July 16. The Tina argues
that there ia a lingular lack of persuna.
weight among the Canaervttfve lead
ers, and th t this receeeiu ei a Con
servative Liberal Unionist coelitinn.
"The Conservative party," adds 77t
Timet, "will be has atrona tlan it waa
hoped it won'd b'. W he her Loid
Haiti gt in joins the government or
nut, the giverament will be compelled
to taka him into its counse s and aik
h sessnttj ita mea urea ; it mu-t, in
fact, al0 t his proposals aid accept
his terms. 8u ely the only sti -factory
me hoi i4 for t' e Liberal Unioiiis s to
become part and parcel of tt-e govern
ment. Tbe forma'ion of such a
coaliti m, however, would m no cense
mean the permanent oblite ation of
party lines, or that Lud llattington
Had become a Tory."
Fonndations, eel a r! ws r.id h illd
ngssnbiect to uve. ''ir? jprt'.iJ ba ec
st meted wit h Lctut uia ii e 1 "BL it la
Horrible Crime la Georgia.
Sav annah, Qa, July 16. Informa
tion waa recived here today tnat Juke
Br Biwe'l, colored, wee iynnhel at
no n yesterdv near Flaford, Boll
ock county. BiBStwell h d r wished
and ho ribly maltreated Dol y Woods,
a little six y. ar old airl, while on her
way to soho I. 8he identfidhim
after hia captuie and he confess d,
saying t'.at be would have
killed the cbid bnt thought
1 er d ad when he 1- ft her. A
ctowd of 1C0 whi es and blacks hald a
conf. renci and g ve Braasaell the
ch iic of being burned or banging
hima df. He t hro e hangin '. climb d
a tri e, fi'tn ed a rope ar u d his own
reck and tn a limb of th-i tree, but
then reft-a d to jump off. A negro
climbed up, tied Braaaell's hands,
and the r iwd pushed him off w.th a
p le. His loly was ridoloa wild bul
IU. The child ia nut expected to
Lcndbobq's perfnme, Edeaia
l.undborg'a perfume, A piue Violet.
Lundborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg'i perfume, Marchal Kiel
LKONAHU-Un Friday. July lit. at 5
f.m.. at iba resuiouo. of hli rent, No.
f-eoonl atreot, l'hle. Wii.li, Infn-t
ou of C. T. and Luuua Leonard, aned nine
Fnneralthli (SATURDAY) morning at 10
o'clook. Fiiondi and kdiutintancei of tbe
famitr lire invtpit tnniten.t
Will bur HTS wirth four, five and fix
ttnies the value. Yoa bvl better 'nine and
BUI HATS tur the whole family TODAY.
We have sold very larrely thU aeaion.
Wa ball have a areola! oteiIncit3 pricea,
50 Cents, $1.00 and $1.50
COME AND GET ONE.
- About 200 Pair Fine Nllk Mltla at SO
rend a pair Toll '.-
-JI1TOPIS1 K-Whlte Winan, Hough
and Heady, Sallon.new atylea Halt.
NEW DRESS GOODS!
PUTS AND CALLS
On Wheat, Corn, 0ti, Pork, Lard rnd R. R.
Btooka, for Long'nnd Bli'Tt Time. 8end for
Pr.o- Circular. II P. H ART O. W6
WMhmiiiiiii Hlrrn, 4'llitlAU", .
Refnrenoe Amertean Kxnhange Nat'l Bank.
Dl. It. L. LAsKl,
Physician, Surgeon and Acconrher,
RK8IDENCK AND OFFICE,
813 Main Ntret, BrJBnlon.
Telephone Mo. Hi.
DIVIDEND NUTI .
Orrica Hiikaiuo IaankAloa Co.,1
Memuhia. Tena. .July W. 18HU. f
AT a meeting of the tto.rd of Director" of
thia Company, held thin day, a lemi-
annual oaah dividend ol ri (01 rer '
waa deelnred out of tha net earnings of tbe
paatila (Or months.
J. B. DUNSCOMB, Secretary.
Orrica or PnTaa Firi at Hataa la-)
auKiNoa CourAur or Maapuia, r
Mejiihi,Tenn., July T, 188(1 J
AT a meeting of the Board of Directum,
held thia day. a flash dividend of Five
Per leal, was declared, inyable on de-
J. 11. MM t i ll, becretary.
Miami Citt Ftaa a mi (liaaaAL Iai. Co,
nl- ilk .( - 1 i u.
Vim o, ip mi.ui.i.u Dimi,
MruPHiH, TaaN., July;, ltHU).
AT a meeting of the Hoard ol Direct... rl
held thia dny, a Oath Dlvl.i. nd of Fl v
Prir ral. on the oavital stock at the Ooio
panywas declared, payable on deteand.
By ordor ot the lionrd of DlreMore.
N AP0LKON MILL. Pr sident.
A'test: IIinrt J. Lynn L'aaMar.
Orrtra llmia Isavaaaoi Coupat,
Meuiiihm, Tetm., July 8, lHW. f
AT a meeting nf the Director-, ol tbe ilorae
Inauranceand Trust Company, held at
their office on the above date, a dlvidund of
FIVE FEB VENT.
waa declared, and ordered credited on tha
stock not. K. L. MnUOWAN, President.
, Btia F. Pruik Hecrotary.
r WLLBOE'S C0MP0UIO) OF
PURE COD LIVEi
k OIL AND LIME. y
t lheiral Art Ida Tbaarewt
Eopularttyof "Wllbor'a Compound of Cod
iver Oil and Lima" has Induced some un
principled persona to attempt to palm off a
simple article of their own manufacture!
but any person who is suflerlng from Coughs,
Colds or Consumption, should ba careful
wh.re they purchase this article, the re
sults of Ita use are ite best recommendations,
and tha proprietor has ample evidenoe on
file of Ita great success ia pulmonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of Lime poasesses a
most marvelous ballng power, as oombined
with tha pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbor.
It Is prescribed by the medical faculty. Bold
by A. B. WiLauB, Chemist, Doston, and
Building & Loan Association
lat Native main real Its 16 taantba.
IM nerlew ttaalareel Iss lie sstotstka.
PrH Im lt BJerlsw), $74 per ahare.
prurJl 1st IM nerl.e.aKg per share.
These two Series paid let fall.
Rewfierleaaaietteel. If ottey I Leant,
A good Havluaa llaasai.
For farther Information, call aa
Secretary, Stag Maiasalreet.
N. W. aPIRIi, Jr , Prealcteaat.
T. H. KICK, aieereaary.
W. H. B ATM.
m. v. Tear
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
New and Latent HUl Mtock. Sew
Type, Mew Machinery.
Friceaaa low as an wbere, North
Increaaed facilities for duing all
Dissolu iun Ilulice.
IT8 partnersbip heretofore existing be
t'een KHa'U.MUni di CO. is
thi" day dl'anlved by n utual con-ent, W T.
HtoneandL 't, I yier aasu'iiiiig he payment
of all Ii t't ities and aie alone author ard. to
c.l est a 1 d bta due the firm and 'N eon
tinu in hoamrss aa CotUn sactort and Com
mi'stnn Merch. n'a.
Mempbii, Tenn., July 10, lseu.
MM M FBI
aflKiaa xtxiw rpr
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE RtHim 1 (new) Cotton Lxchange Ilailtlin?. Telephone 69a.
Norih Rrltlata anil Mer-
rnullln (nearly! p 11 OHO lll( Hiieivllleor Hnoxvlllr. .. 133,tta!l
aclihralcrnl Mew Tork I.Ka.nHH l"lnf ni or llrnoklyn (Ma-
Hisloss or t'alilaraila .... 1,1 S3, HO I I rine Department) 4,910,41
American Morel jr I'einiiany, Ma It In a; Bssla of Hnretyahlp.
All classes of property insured. Special Attention gireu to Insuring Country Stare.
New York Life Insurance Go.
WOTK AVI T'K RRIINKa.
B ETH EL epical and Military ACAD ETtlY
In a country noted for beauty and health. Course of rtudy. tt) branches, surpassed In thor
oughness lit no academy in the "outa Medical and liaw Courses preparatory to the llni
ver.ity of liginia. Hoard, tuKIm, medical attendanoe, half session, M. No aitraa.
Addrem Maior A t) PM I TH. Heth-I Academy P O . Kaiinn'ar enqnty. Va.
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33. r. s:iva:3vi:3 & oo.
AND DKALKR IN
IIU i: I.I.MMaN,
4 llinV TOI'X,
TlLK, l llCi: CLAY,
352 FJRONT STREET
LEliiOi & Mm
Dry Goods, Notions
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 320 and 338 Main St.. Mcmphia, Tenn.
WE ARR IN DAILY RBCKIPT OF DKS1RABLH HPRIMH AaTIt NVtaaaa
UitoiSM, which we odor to tha Trade upon tha most favorable terras Oar prtcag
will compare lavorably with tbota of any market in the United States. We ara Agents for
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YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMHEB.
AUD IsRal.RMa I Fl
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nrOnr facilities are nnsurpassed by any sawmill in tha South for 11 ing orders promptly,
'looring, Ceiling, Hiding, hitep Lumber and Cypress Hhinalea a speolaltr i also, framing
.umber of all dimensions. We make tha Wholesale Uuainasi a special feature. Orders
No. '124 Jeffemon Street
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,0011
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