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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY. JUL.Y 20. 1880.
VOL. XL VI NO. 171
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Thi opponents of Peters and Da
toes confess that with them the pro
tection of tics and blackguardism is
paramount, and that decency and up
rightness are not to be saved from the
rapacity of the criminal classes. Hon
esty and virtue, they claim, have no
lights the law thonld respect.
Wb dsvota some space t&s morning
to tho trouble which has read a the
University el Mistisoippi the subject
of general anxiety. Thfe we do in pur
suance of the established rnle of the
Appbal togive every side of a question
a hearing, and we shall continue to do
so until the subject is exhausted.
When it is we may&ave something to
offer by way of comment. Mean
while, it is proper for us t say that
we believe the Trustees, who
masters of the situation, are
thoroughly intelligent to to
their duties aej have not done any'
thing they are not lawfully competent
to do. They arc the final arbiters upon
every question affecting the university.
and it is fair to presume have acted in
the cases discussed with deliberation
' and with all the lights before them,
'"Until time proves them wrong, they
are, therefore, to ba sustained by the
' general public.
Senator Whittuohne deserves the
thanks of the 8 juthern people for the
bill be introduced in the Senate yes
terday providing for the refunding of
over $08,000 000 collected from the
Southern States just after the war as a
cotton tax. By the terms of the bill
this money is to be returned
to the States in sums equal
to that which each of 'them
paid under strrsi of an uccontita
tional law. This bill of Senator Whit-
thorne's will bs acceptable to all the
friends of the Blair bill aad to many
who have opposed that most righteous
meafure. It will satisfy all the do
mandsand clr.ims of the friends of
public education and do juitica by the
laboring people of the Sonth, from
whom this tax was unjustly forced,
Senator Whi thorno has done a good
act, and one that will make friend for
him all over the South. His bill
cannot be objected to by the House,
because it does not provide f r an ap-
- propriation, but tbe return of money
to the Southern people, which the
Supreme Court Bays was uncsnstitn
tionally collected. "7A'' " '
Mb. Gladstonb has determined to
resign at once and not wait for a
formal vote of "want of confidence1,"
as it is termed. He opposes the
Salisbury administration, which is to
be a purely Tory one, the Unionists,
save the Duke of Argyle, whose Lib
eralism was only skin deep,, having
refused to take office under the Tories.
Mr. Gladstone intends to fight for
home rule si long ai he has
' health and strength, and from
what his physician says there is reason
to hope he will live to see Ireland
with a Parliament of ber own with
even more power than the bill jnst re
; jected by Parliament and people
wonld bave conferred. The great
statesman means to make justice for
Ireland the fight of his life. Writing
to Levieon Gower, la'e Liberal whip,
. he says: "I advise you to take reso
lutely to the study of Irish history. 3
have done in that way the little that I
i could and I am amazed atthedeadnees
of vulgar opinion to tbe blackguard
ism and baseness which have
been practiced n that un
fortunate countty. JNo words are
strong enough to characterize the pro-
ceedings that led t) the Union. It is
an open question in my mind whether
, if this folly lasts the thing in the end
may not corns to repa', which I
should greatly regret." This letter Is
read with keen jubilation in Ireland
as showing tbat toe old man, ar from
losing heart by a temporary check, is
entering the contest with a new and
The attempt at suicide of Mr. Erich,
a well. .known ir, ' Ant, on Sunday
- morning, hue btfcu the sensation at
two d.iys, and has lessened the
tongues of the gossips so that tbey lie
easily. , Every improbable aa well e
.probable reason his been assigned for
rthe crime, and unfortunately, these,
ihave not b couflned to the;
unfortunate r-.n mho so wile and'
children are steeped in the most
poignant grinf and sorrow. Virtue,
chastity and character go for nothing
under such provocation, and, accord
ingly, the moat infamous stories bave
been let afloat, btoriei that
are in all their devilishly3on
eeived shapes utterly and entirely
at variance w;th the truth.
Every one of them have been traced,
far as was po-Bible tj rur reporters,
and weie proven to be wholly and
altogether fonnditionles. The truth,
so far as it can be dvl -ped, we pub
lish this ro oral rg M.th could not be
had unless the dyir g man could apeak
and give the rau-e of bis rash and de
plorable act. The reason for it is con
fined to him. No one else knowj it.
His wife, a run, g x,d woman, who
bore with his tyrannies and brutalities
for fifteen ycats, dt-serves the sympa
thy of tho peoule and the pro .eel ion
of the public, and cape Uly sbould
she be protxr e 1 at-ius; tin cruel and
mtlevoleav tongues of tb. s o whom
virtue is meie.'y a label and chastity a
word without meaning.
justice for resoim
IVHITTUORNr'S FiH, TO REFUND
IDE COTION TaXi -
The Mom ey to He DetoU d to the Cause
IsrtetAL to the arptai..!
Wash rxcros, July 19. A very im
portant bitl o the Sjtitliem Sta'es was
introduce! in the Sents today by
Hf-nator Whitthorne, of Tennessee.
Britrly, the tn asu e diiccta the Secre
tary of the Treasury ti pay fti8,072,3( 0
to the several r-tat-s who paid a t ix on
raw cotton produced af er the late war.
Tbe money tbus apr . pr ated is to en
able thos various Stat stoperpetua'ea
system of education. Tbe bill recites
tbat the return of t'tis tai in this mm
ner would repair in a reat measure
the injustice done tb 1 boring men of
those tats, by whom tfce cotton was
produced, and that tbe education of
their sons and d night -ri would thuebs
secured. Tne Presidtat is directed
to notify the Governors of each of
saidStatts of tbe amount found to
have been col ectsd on such raw cot
ton produced ia tbe $tate. Tbe Sec
retary of the Treasury l thn directed
to pay the money on roctipt of a duly
authent cated and approved legal act
of tbe Legislature ot aid Ptaie and
p'edging the (ai h of the State tbat
tbe money shBll be perpetually held
as an educational fond, the interest
upon which is to bo xpplied to tbe
education of the popis within the
scholastic a;e prescribed by law and
in such manner as to la just to the
population of eacb r,;ce,
An event surrounded by rather un
usual circams'nuct-s ocesrred this
morning at Epiphany Church, the
marriage of Miss Lilly McDowell, of
Holly Sprir g', Miss , to a d s ant rela
tive, Mr. Robert McDowell, of Dub
lin, the secretary ot toe Board of
Education for I eland. The bride
met tbe groom while nn a visit in
Europe, and after a date had been
fixed for the wedding several timpg it
was finally decided tbat the groom
should come to this c ty and here
meet his future wife, where the wed
ding should - take p'ace. Mir-s
McDowell came on a short time
agi in company with her
b'Other, and tbe wedding ceremony
was performed thit morning in the
Sreaence of a few friends. The Riv.
r. Moran, of Philadelphia, as-iated
by the Rev. Dr. Glens?, he rector of
tbe cburch, officiated, and Senator
Walthall, of Mi-eianipDi, gave the
bride away. Among those present
were Secretary Lamar, Representative
Barry, Co1. Daniel If. Manning and
the Missel Manning, Mis) Alice Mc
Cowen, Mrs. Crump, Mr. L. M. South
worth, Asi-is'ant Attorney General
Wa'son, Maj. 8. A. Jones anc Mr. J.
H. Robinson. Tue bride aid groom
left today for New Ynr (My, where
they will remain a Wtek and then sail
thi commotio: on miutaby affairs
has reported favorably to the Horns a
bill for tbe purrhase by the govern
ment for 10,i00 of the two swords
preren'ed to Gen. James Shields, one
by the State c f South Carolina and
one by Il inois. Tbe preamble to tbe
bill savs that these to swords and
three boys was all tbe leg-icy left his
widow by the General. The purpose
is to make the swords educate the
R E. Hunter, of Memphis, arrived
POSTAL ORDERS FOB THE SOUTH.
Fourth Class Postmasters Commis
sioned Pat H Jeffrey, Mount Olive,
Ark. ; Walloon A. Casoels, - Silver
Springs, Miss.; RicbardD.Paulk, Hus
JHew Offices Wm. W. Parnoll, Pur-
nell, .Lamar county, Ala.; 'Elbert J
LindBey, Crump, Bt-nton county, Ark.
Jethro M. Ho iwr, Driigf, Logan
county, Ark.; Ungh M. Mauluin
Muddy Fork, Howaid county. Ark.
Pes offices Di continued Arfeanras
Dump, Wnshiiig'on couoty; mail to
Heltsb. Tenni-s8: Munch, Tipton
county; rnail to Briuhton.
Mail MsssenBerSs rvice Discontinued
ArkRi sa: Piggutt, Clay ounty
ircm t lag station. mSSM
The Prenldeal'a TiU Albany.
Albany, N. J , July 19. Tje Presi
dent, rcc imranied by Secretaries
Ecyard aud Wh: ' uty and Piva e Sec-
ictar-y Lamont, will leave Waobington
Wtdneiday afternoon for Albany,
where they will spend Thuis lay as
tnegueit oi uveinor ttiil.and will
leave trr- in tim t arrive in Wa:h
ington Friday morning.
Tbe Civil Arrvlee Bals.
Washinot in. July 19. Tbe Civil
HprvicH Co cum s i n tidy issued an
order.probthi'inii the i rivae seer- tary
of an appointing or nominating (.flic r
or toe otneer w o, in in i atoence at
an appom'ing or a nom'ua tng officer,
acts in bis p'aoe, from beioK eittier
Chairman or Secretary cf a Board of
DesUirn OI 1 ailulaaarsr.
Wahikoton. July 19. A cable
gram hai.benn rwretved here announc
ing the d arh of the R'V. Caarles H
A. UalL a'. Uoi noo'-, India, in the vlst
year ot me esct a ter more tbau tbmy
years' miasionn'y s:vi!e. Durii g
tne ear y part f t ms ministry lie ia
sided ht fe't.,L'ui8
Left Car ttmme to BcenperaM.
Wabsikoton. July 19. Senator
Morrill 1- ft Washnir onihis mo'nins
lor Ms borne in vnnont. He is ina
rrovine in h a th, but d ! net think
it wi e to resume u s sc ire duties as
cbairnnu of iho I'inancerCjmmittee
Aastkrr Iteail Calf.
'.'Wa'hoto. Jaly 19. A rail W's
issni-d today for the lollowinr de cnb
ed Slier cnt londn of 882: Fiftv
d liter", criuiral No. 133 to criminal
No. 135. tofi inclusive; flU), No.
1730 to No. 1812 5 O. No. 787 to No.
824; Id' 00, No. 6524 t No. 59(12, and
No 23,738 to N . 23,747; jtl,00. N .
12,612 to No. 12 005. T;t L $4,00000.
Tne tall roaturex on SpteraJoer 1st.
Lcmubobo's perfume, Edeils
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Inndborg's perfume, Lily of tbe
Luiulborn's perfnrae, Marchal Niel
Haeh Seeded Ralna In Kanaaa. .
Kansas C Ty, Mo,, July 19 There
has b?tn a nenr.'l a1 s n e of rain in
Kansas for ti r e w eka until !a-t
nigh, end tbe crn tie dn had l ecomM
eerioiiBlv aff -c' d. Oil r-'a'nrday ec
r tary Sms, f t e Stats Bta'd of Air
ricultuie, e'imkted the dsmage to
that crop at 25 per cent. There was
quite a general rainfall last night,
however, coming from Colorado and
Western Nebraska, and extending
etstward nearly across the State, from
Torek as far south as Fort Scott. To
night another storm is reported from
the northwest, in the vicinity cf the
one of last night, and moving east
ward. Rtina are aleo reported from
Central Missouri, though they have
not been so much nea ded there.
Dlflienlly at tbe I.taa Iron
work A I'earral Fall.
Israelii, to thi ipniL.I
Birmingham, Ala., July 19. Tbe
moulders of tne Linn Ironworks re
ported for work this morning under
the agreement ai rived at with the
works Saturday night, in which they
conceded the company's light to select
its labor, but finding that it 'was ap
plied to helpeis rs well as themselves
refused to work. Tbey did not expect
anybody would be refused employ
ment but three moulders whom Su
perintendent Brooks bai all aloi g re
fused to take back, while be wa de
termined out four help.vs who were
especially objectionable other helpers
t"0, refnsed t wrrk without thise.
The trouble has rather a more serious
lok than before. The Knights of
Labor ceem mote diepoied to take a
hand and draw into tbe striking em
ployes other foundrymen. Win. Mul
len, fiom Richmond ol tbe Knights of
Labor Executive Conncil, is here in
vestigating the matter with reference
to taking cognizance ot it r flkially.
Joe Clipper, a negro "top fillet" at
the Mary Piatt lurnace, last night
s'epped on a displaced cover (if a well
hole cf the elevator, and fell throngh
the o ning, a distance of fifty feet,
receiving injuries from which he died
in about an nour.
TUE rVUKSBURO UAltBOIU
Effect of tbe Kplt rail In the
Vichburg, Miss., Ju'y 19. A rapid
fall of the river at this point will in a
few days result in compelling the
smallest cf local packets landing at
wharfbeats be'ow the city. The recent
soundings at the foot of the incline of
the Queen and Crescent railroad on
the Mississippi side show that there
has been a scour of at least forty feet,
and it ia thought that abont 150 feet
of trestling of tbe south end of the in
cline has gone. This, it is tbought,
will not interfere with thi crossing of
trains unless the water fall to a very
Death T Mr. Crawford-The t'rop
iBTIOIALTO Til arriiL.1
Jackson, Tenn., July 10. J. A.
Crawford, of this city, who shot him
self through the head last Tuesday
n'gbt, died this morning. He leaves
a wife and one child.
Madison County is almost solid foi
Bob Taylor for Governor.
The oullojlf in this section for a
good crop is cheerio g, especially the
THE ALABAMA CANVASS.
Levy and Sbarter Haltloa; tbe
i I VIOIAb TO TBI inuul
Biooht Spumes, Ala., July 19.
Tom Seay, Alabama's next 'Governor,
and Maj. Shorter, president of the
Kallroad Commission, stopped yester
day. Satnrdavthey spok at Rutledge,
Crenshaw county, to 1500 enthusiastic
people. They speak at Hartselle
today, Moulton Tueslay, and Court
land on Wednesday. Not-withstanding
two other tickets are out, a Repub
lican aad and prohibition, Seay s elec
lion is certain by an inc eased major
ity. MONTGOMERY, ALA.
Experiments with (larrler PIrsobs
af me Bmnai service.
IsrtoiAi, TO THI ATTM1 1..1
Mohtoomeby, Ala., July 19 Nine
hominy pigeons rceiveu here by ex
press fnm New York by the .signal
servics officers were turned loose at 7
o'clock this morning, taking diiect
start dun northe -st.
Tbs British drain Trade.
Londis, July 19. The Mark Lane
Erprm In Ita wekiy review ot tbe
Briti-h g-a'n trade sa;a: A rainfall
has beo 'fited tbe crops excepting
wheat, vhch required hot, forcing
weather. Wheat is firmrr in many
provincis1 markets. Prices are ddls
dearer. Ibe sales of Enitlish what
du ing the past week wre 28,725
qurtrs 8' 31s, ega-inst 33 826 quarters
at 3'ls Hi during (he con esponding
week lat year. Fit.ur Is dull. For
eign whes arestend er. Red Ameri
can is occa ianaliy 6d dearer. Tne at
tempt to raise values stops busioeas.
Buyers are apatbe'is.
riylac tba Role af a Lunatic.
8M014L to Tax arpiAL.)
Nauhvilis, Tewm, Jnly 19. P. H.
Monaban, who tried t ki 1 his sweet
heart, Lao a Carney, and f .mr other
parties Sn iday afternoon, is still in
jail. He I as assumed tbe rele of a
lunatic. Tt asirl will prohib y recover.
Her physic ana bave decided not to
attempt t cut tbe ballet out of her
; Jaw" I'a With Dynamite.
Wheels 3. W. Va , July 19 At an
early bout cbis morning Bens Ramagp,
a merchan at tne union t oai worx,
eleven miiea uown the river on the
Ohio fid", was killed and his store
blown to atom by dynam t-'depo-i ed
beneath it Henry Campbell, a for
mer partner of Ramage, was arrested
f a W Kaawa 17
srioiAL to thb arriiL.I
Bbowksvii L, Tekk., July 18. Jlrs.
M. F. Conner, ogetj 78 years, the
mother in law of Mr John R. Oreon,
of the State Democtdt, died last fcat-
uMay night, ar a was nurie l banuay
ftturnnoii. Deceased was a M sa
Scales, of Nashvlle, and was raised ia
the vicinity ol that city.
Have need Toretline as a local ap
plication to an inflamed and swollen
knH joint, and I never knew pain
t d ewnllirg snb'ide more rapidly.
TbUo.ii. Vaentinp, j. u., Bt. Lou s.
Tbe Farlliwnenlary Fund.
BoeTON. Jnly 19. The li Parliamen
tary fund Execu'ire Committee held
its final meeting 1 st niftht. Tbe t' tal
total amount raieed ts 122,820. Tne
records of the Parliam ntaiy Fund
Committee will b lranufwied to the
WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW.
AN INCREASED VOLUME OF BUS
A Building Boom Throughout the
Country Tbe Textile Manufac
turersThe Iron Interests.
lirtOIAI. TO THB APFIUI..I
Philadelphia, Pa., Ju'y 19. The
ben pts'.ed building journals ihroug'i
out the couutry show ast-ady increnso
in the number of perm ts. Finan
cial journals show inciearei vol
ume of business transactions s
compared to la it year. Lade
journals show that bs compares1 to la-it
jear the volume of business is larger,
particularly in iron, s!eel, coal lumber,
textiles and most kir.dj cf hardware.
All buildicg material contiuius in
active demand and here and there an
actual icarci'y has interfered with the
rapid prrsecution of bui ding enter
pr ees. Damand for all kinds of ma
terial, will it is believed, incicuo
steadily from this out la tex tile
g .'od., boo s and sho s, c'otlm, ca mis,
dry goods and other similar bam-hes,
mucu additooal labor wilt be Bet to
work August 1st.
The steel rail mksrs lmve l ot had
bet'er protptcts for ytais. Prices are
now as bigu as they dare go to pre
vent impoitttion. Qitotations aiei34
to :Stl. The mills fcavt- a capacity (or
125,000 tons per mon'h. Now mills
aie talked of. The tteel rail mills have
increased their allotment to l,40O,(.OO
tons. A vast amuuut of milroad
building will be prosecuted next
sprirg, provided nothing happens now
tr then to frighten capital.
A great deal of new capacity will he
added this fall and winter by textile
manufacturers ensagt d in the pioriuc
tion of hosiery, cloths of all kinds,
woolen and cotton, carpetirga and
eilks. Tbe foundation has been laid
for a great expansion of this piolllublo
iodnsiry, ana the relutn, although
not up to calculations, are solllc eat to
encourage a good deal of low capita-,
into that channel. Th(-r is great en
terprise manifested m PLi'adtt phia,
Pa i ert on, N. J., and eevral textile
centers in Massachusetts, Connecticut
and iRInde It land.
Jewelry manufaciurers report a
shatp increase in demand, particularly
for watches, and in addition to the two
larga establisbmonta recently added
others are projected in Kuutern and
Western Sin e?, which it is cxpeitol
will increase the producing capacity at
least 25 per cent.
So far this year there bave boon
fifty-saven failures gaint six y-aix
There is a Btioog und.tr current in
the piovirion - and manufacturing cir
cles in la? or of higher prices. S ocks
are low amongcoLsumeis everywhere,
and macufctuiers havrf been very
careful to guard production within
market requirements, end hence there
is no over supply anywhere, a fact
which is indicated by tbe incoming of
inquiries for all kinds ol ma eriale,
from locomotives, ears and s eel rails
down to dress grods and builders'
hardware and material of vail kind".
Railroad building ho begun in earn
est throughout the West, and it is esti
mated that between -4000 and 5000
miles will be completed bsfore Christ
Mai. The anthracite coal trade is dull,
but a general improvement is e xpected
by Auanst 1st..
In railroad circles fr.!endly relations
are in general maintained, although
threats ate occasionally beard and vie
lationa of compacts are discovered.
Tbe New Torn Baj eottera.
Albany, N. Y, July 19. The cim
mittee appointed by the Central Labor
Union, ol New York, to appeal totiov.
Hill for tbe release fiom Sing Sing of
tbe TbtiBS Conceit LI all boy cotters,
waited upon the Qovnrnrr today. The
latter said that a unel uiikuI be rub
mittedontbe following points: First
Whether the prisoners were not
properly defended, or their trials con
ducted fairly and impartially. Src
ond Whether, as now claimed,
that the prisoners were inno
cent of the offenee of which they
were convicted. IhirJ.lt tbey were
guilty, whether I hey are now penitent
and are willing to cease tne commis
sion of such offenses in tbe future.
Fonitb, wbat raitiguting circu Tintances
and considerations are c. aimed to ex
let which may call for or warrant ex.
ecutive clemency, t nth, whether tbe
sentences are claimed to have been
too cevere for the offyaes charged,
whe'her anything has becu. t tinea
the trials to change the circumstances
of their cages.
Train WitekM hi Jail.
Kansas Citt, Mo., July 1!). Six
men ara in jtil at Wjand Ue, Kas.,
charged with having wrecked the
Missouri Pacific freight train between
Wyandotte and this city, at 3 o'clcck
on the morning of A prii 20tb losr,
during tbe great Southwestern railway
strike, and by which Bun Ilorton, fire
man and Geoigs Csrlisle, brakeman,
were killed. The aliased wreckers
are members of the Executive Board
of tbe local lodge of the Knights of
Labor there, and Hamilton, the man
who is repiesen .ed as the ringleader
in the or ins, is Chairman of the
Miss Laverne Mitebum
Will aoocpt a poiltion to Teach Kloeallan
In sohoola near Mniniihl. Bhe is a pa pit of
MitaOrtoo Ltwtltjn. Diir n tho put jraar
ah Uatht Elocution at tht '.'Iwtow Normal
Mill Lawallm pronounot kar eapakl la
Orrin HuRatano Ibiic Co., 1
M.mphln, Tenn., Jul 11, 1SHA. I
A I meeting ol tbe Board of Direntor of
tlvij Companj, held this dn, a remt
annual eaah dividend of five (A) Prrlenl
wu deeUred out of the let euniogi of the
putiix tf'l noDtka.
J. B. DUNBCOMB, Beeretmy.
MmrHif Titt Fihi tm Uaixati Im. Co,
MlMrHm. T.. Jul '.. 18H0.
AT a neetiDf of the lioard ol Dirent'Ti
heldthiadar, a Canh l)i?ldnd of fivi
per eat. on tbe eapitai itock ol the com
parjTwu declared, par ble on deraaod.
11 order ot th Board of D'raotora.
NAF0LKON U1LL, Pr. elder, t.
Attest! Didst J. Ltkw Caihier.
WAMTPfl AeJKNTS.Men and Worxtn,
TV Ail I til tK ..II "TUB cniLD'H
IBLE" Introdastlon br Ke-.J il . Via
tent. D.D. On went hai loli Sin a tour
f 074 popl; on 13 in T:llato, of TM o
new aaent Kin 10 dare: ine 2" two vieoei
live weelni on 10 In & dayi two diffrr'
tisuet. Xiparienee notneaaearr. A dren
IMoPKLL a wU. 11 t'd.)
l t.rho.n - Chic go
DKMOOKAXS tJ TUB KKOSI-Tn all
neritoDa weklni Gofernment Kni-
lormant In any ot rn aeparimenu
b'uhinrtAn. nr tni other poiitiona ander
theoTernniant, I ii jnd foil inetrncticnt
aa to how to proee."l t ohtain tbeeaae,
and Mlaaa kernen 1ft iplleMiua on
Soeint ol fin DolHr. frea JOHB
. SiOMlM, Iaa-ba laaa, (JniettB-w
OROSA ANN-Monday, Jalrl', lKKrt, at W
.111., of lal.irial fever, Lillt iluilmina
Tho fune al will take place from tie ml
dene, 112 Main itreet, thi (TUESDAY)
afternoon at 2:S0 o'olock. Friendi are in
vited to attend.
BVINS-Moedav morning, July 9. at 2
o'clock, at residence of paranta, on College
avenue. Milks Nowlano, aged ten monlhe
and twelve days, eon ot Klitha and Lltiie
Funeral will taV plac from residence this
(Tl'KSDAY) morning at 10 o'olock. Friendi
of the fuuiilyare invited to attond.
Fl'M.llAli NO I K E.
TAYLOR Th friends and acquaintance!
of R. J. Taylor ara invited to attend th fu
neral ot his wlfe.StHiH J., from her late
residence, on Vollenline avenue, thta (TU KS
DAY) morning at 10 o'olock. Also, th
friends of J. S. Peacock and R. Whitney.
Fervicen nt Klniwnnd Cemerervue 11 Oo'cl'k.
. . . - ..... J
Tcrchon, Thread, Oriental and Point Ii'AIen
eon, all at 9 eenta a yard.
Full line colon of 11.00 yard CRAPES for
85 cent a vara.
All desirable colon.
Full llnaof 12 Ofl CRAPES DkCHINB at BO
reuse a ynro.
Nil OUT LlNVTIINor LAGIM
NETS Jetted Nets, Beaded Nets, Oriental
and Spanish Neti all at suia 1 portion oi
500 BUNCHES OF FIXE BEADS
all colors, at 10 crata a banal!.
15O0 C ILLAR8 at 1 oent ach.
300 COLLARS at 8 cents each.
Line of Dress Goods
na 10 reals a yard-worth 2T cent.
at !, 13. OO, 91. 80, rt OO-worth
in every instano double.
at 79c, I.OO, I.OO, M OO andSH.OO
B-SUN UMBRELLAS AT FLAT C0ST.-
ST. ELMO COMMAND ERY, No.
15, K.T.-Will meet in Stated
Cone live this (TtJKSDAY) evening,
July 2(itli,at8 o'clock, for dispatch
of business. Visiting Sir Knights
By order N. W. 6PEERS, Ja, E.G.
Attest: Jin. 8. MiHirgy, Recorder.
LEILA HCOTT LODOE, No, 28,
K.4 A.M. Will meet In stated
communicBtion this (1UK8UAY) V V
evening, July aith, at I o'olock, forVev
woraintheK. A. degree. AllB.A.'s' N
By order U. F. CAVANAOH, W.M.
Attest: A. S. MrtRB, Secretary.
I WILL recelv bide until Ida m., August
2, lHhil, for th cleaning out and mnnving
tne uirt troin osecKiern in th I'ourUiou
vara All am to t removed from the prein
Iies by the contrantor. All ear to be taken
to preserve the wall ol the cistern. Tho
rignt to reject any bid is reserved.
I. 0. HLAU'llllKK, Chairman
Virginia Military Institute.
iS In fall and successful operation and sup
plies Its enlarged oours of systematic
tnstruotlon at aeost much below tbat of In
stitutions of like grade in thlt oounlry. For
oatelogne s, address
t FRANCIS II. SMITH, Superintendent,
PUTS AND CALLS
On Wheat, Corn, Oats, Pork, Lard and R. R.
Stocks, for Long and Short Time. Send for
Price Circular. II P. HART AI'O.IIK
Waablngjiea Ntreet, fJlIIUAUO, tt.U
Reference American Exchange Nat'l Bank.
Dll. It. L. LA8KI,
Phjaldaa. Nnrfreon aad Aeconcher.
RBaiDKNCH AND OFFICE,
S43 Main Ntreet, Near. Union.
Telephone No. 08.
I. A. UIVENH WILL, BBLI.
50 REUITEIIK1 JCUNEYS
at "Etmarch,"Cynthlana, Ky., Wednesday,
July 2H, ltwfl, from th " Kim arch Hard.''
Send for catalogue, and be on band to secure
a bargain thla being th lar.est and best
contribution ever mail from a single herd.
No. 6019, R. D.-Chanoery Court of Shelby
eoanty mai oi jenneaiee, etc., rs. Ba
rah Armstrong t al.
BY virtue oi an Interlocutory decree for
aalr. entered In the above raaia nn thm
4th day tl June, 1V, M. B. M, page 1M,
I will sell, at iiubllo auction, to tbe high
st bidder, In front o the Clerk and Mae
tar's office, courthouse ol bhulby oounty,
Memphis, Tenn., on
tlalarday, Aagost 7, 1HH,
within lega hoars, th following described
preperty, situated In Hhelby oounty, Ten
near ee, to wit: A certain loi beginning at a
stake on th wast tide of Ninth street l:to
feat north of tb north elde of Carolina
strteti thence west and parallel with Caro
lina street IblH feet to a stake; thence north
26 feet to an alley; thence east 161 feet o
west aide ot Ninth street; thenoe south 'it
feet to the beginning. :
Terms ot bl On a credit of six months;
note with security required : lien retained;
rejemptiiio barred. Ihis Julr 3, 1HH0.
H.J. iouuwbi,i uierk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Depute Clerk and Miwter.
V. 11 & 0. W. Ileukell and John Jobn-
DR. RACUEL OOWLl.NU. Specialist In
Ma'ernal Uisaaies. Ladieiexueotlng to
be mothers n be iastrocted how to proeur
painless psrtnrlti-n. Office, 273 Main et.,
over Leld'i bat ator. Office heart, to t.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Room 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Building. Telephone 60S.
ANNBTn. I AHNET).'
Morlh Brlllab and Her-" FqaltaM af Kwihvllle. . .. Iv7,
rasitlle (nearly) 0.10.000.000 Hntiavllle r liiKiavllle... 103,0ti
Weiirhelcrf Mew Vark I,lt4,na fliuesiia r llrookiyu (Ma-
I'ulun or t'alilornla l,UO,lMt rin Uepurttnentl ,10,4S3
American Hnrely Company, Mnklttsj Bond of Nnrotyehlp,
All clastes of property Insured. Special Atteution given to Insuring Couutry Store,1
New York Life Insurance Co.
T. 11 SIa, Pres'l, UEO. A KNOI.W,
CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
ItST Country Nlores, DwcIIIiikm and 1(i1ioiihoh m Npttiallj
tjv" I.omo Atljiiktod Promptly, mid nt Moinphtw,
W. N. WILKBRSON. URO. ARNOLD, J. W, RICUARDSON. J. F. DITP15;
w. I. itlN avan r, t. n. sims. john armistkad.
In a country noted for beauty and health. Oours of rtudy, 10 brunches, surpassed In thev
oughnesa by no academy in the bouth. Medical and Law Courses preparatory to the Unr
versity of Vlrgintv Hoard, tuition, medical attendance, half sessio", tf. No extras.
flit,ires ivinior A. i i ll. iimiiei c,ieinv
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
13. J". jSlSlXIJVdCjSS c5b OO.
-AND DKALER IN
Itn i; i,1i4jn,
isl.i:. F1KK CLAY,
352 FRONT STREET
1 i f ry r ii, -I or n riitM in tin.
Kill. ttK. V ili "l H, Ii.h.Ii end I n
11V WW Nu.lal tla,itag,
CrUfini V-.V ?":!!NA:P
ws ar b mm
A. J,. MrDONAl.ll, f.rn.hiAlf M
LEIlliOH & MilM
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FDIUilSHIHG GOODS,
Xoi. 320 and 328 Main
WK ARB IN DAILY RECEIPT OF DKS1RABLH NPBINM ASIt nCMMBB
OUOIIN, whloh we offer to th Trad upon th most favorabl terra Our price)
will eompar favorably with tbos of any market In th United HtatM. W ar Agents for
Tennessee Manufacturing co.'a PIhIiIh, Drllln, Hheetlng, iShlrtlug, Ete
. TjTH TVTTtTOTJ cwi OAtjFl.
Stato Agricultural and Mochanical Oollogo.
Ooureea in Agriculture, Oeneral Bclenrw, Rnglncerlng, Applied Chemistry, Clswli' and Latin.
H'lenf. llm vtnr of thorough l'rcarnUiry instruction. The discipline Is reitMhall'Blil ruitliful.
MlllUkry urganluttlon aix'tim regularity and promplnma. Hlliiallon Im huiIIiiI and vn,y Ii, hIIi(iiI.
'I'ullion free toHtudenLfl apiHtlnleil by niernhors of the l.egtnhtturouinl HiiiHrlntenluiitNof MeliiNile.
Total eipcnscs. for nine niiinllis, about 1 1 70. with year will lieglu Meiilemlier lil, im. fur full
parllculum. uldnm. ,'IIAIKMAN UK KAOtl.TV, Kuoavllle, Teuu.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, 325,000,
J. K. eODWIN.Prea't. J.M.0(JltAV yioe-l'reg't. C. II. RIM , :t ' f
Boitrd of Qlraotora.
T. B.TURLKT, J. M. U0OD11AR, J. K. IfuuWUS.
W. B. BRUCB, M. UAVIN. .1, v. V u.l.N,
J.M. NKLHON, T. B. HIM if, t . t. in' v., V'ANT.
. M. BMITH. CUARI.KH KNEY, K. J. r.J.ACK,
W. N. WILKKRHONj R. T. COOPKR, II. V. Ti'i'ri;,
JOHN ARM IKTKAL, 0. B. I1RYAN. A. w. MfWHiiJH.
srA Deposllerr ef tbe Male of Tiurae. Trniiwels a ,ety.,y-s nn,M
Use eras asel el woe Wwlt sewtti in Sol l-s w.- ,-.e
W. A. GAG-E &. Ci
Wo. SOO Front Htroet. : W"av5;..
ADLER BR0, & G0.,261 BMIH Sf
WARRANTED OrrrT1 g. t.l
sLf;8EST TANi'-; rJ
H os 34 and iiii Jladltto
V -Prea l. W. II. U '.M I KH, Neo'jr.
v t , rammer c-nnty, Va.
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Kitttih. Hrfhurnt for BimlnrM or Iodine T
lvtirl(l. i,i in I ltd nuuiUtr of !MriIrjrt., vitb
rur CtAiHititfti vitit rwivrviiCM. itniMH
.jitfr rt ai it, iinivorniir w Ti.jrnMiHsii
X teMt J UtVral If, j letsfttafUIV,
St., Memphl, Tenn.
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