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MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY, JULY 23. 18SG.
VOL. XL VI NO. 173
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Tbb very Ict, as state J by our Knox
villa correspondent, that Brother
"AH" agreed with Brother "Bob" not
to accept the Republican nomination
lor Govtrnc rand leave the fisM clear
for him, is proof that they both antici
pated such a contingency as is now
proposed, bnt the .Democrats will
not acquiesce in because it would
be strained and unnatural. They
agreed that they could not face
ich other as opponents on the s'.ump
andtbev should net bo permitted to.
Io scandal ever occurred in the poli-
tics of the State equal to this which is
contemplated in pitting the brothers
Taylor against each other. It must
not be permitted.
THE DISGRACED DILKE.
THE EYIDEXCE !Jf THE DISGUST.
IXtt CASi CLOSED.
Argument f Connel A Verdict Ex
pectcd Today-What Capt.
Our Knonville correspondent, who
seta out in a Utter which we publ'sb
in another column to correct what he
regards as our severities in "Bob" Tar
lor'ecwe, has put both feet in it. He
tells us that the brothers, "Alt" and
"Bob," bad an understanding about
the Governorship, and that the former
agreed to leave the fluid open for the
latter by declining the Republican
nomination. This he failed to do,
and the consequence is that "Bob" is
likely to be left out of the count by
the Democrats of East Tennessee
The spectacle of two brothers as op
posing Candida' es for the highest office
in the State would be anything but an
edifying spectacle. It would be such
a -spectacle as every right thinking
man must shrink from as unnatural.
It is not to ba thought of for a mo
ment. If "Brer" Alf has broken his
bargain with "Brer" Bob there is no
help f it the latter. He cannot expect
Democrat to silently acquiesce in his
bargains line eo many puppets.
We publish in another column the
new extraction treaty agreed to by
3uiniiter Phelps and Lord Rosebery
on the 25th of Jane, and now before
the Senate for ratification. These ar
ticles are in addition to the treaty of
1842, and include manslaughter, bur
glary, embezzlement or larceny, and
malicious injuries to property,
"whereby the life of any person shall
be endangered, if such injuries con
stitute a crime according to the laws of
both countries." Of cou 69 this treaty
is not retroactive, but it is to go into
- effect ten days alter final ratification,
and as there is little room to doubt the
Senate's setting its aal to it, if not
tbis then early next ssf sion, it may be
taken for fact that the days for the
escape of rascals and villains in both
countries is numbered. Ihus, one by
one.tbe internat onal barriers are being
thrown down, and we are becoming
as one people. Law is asserting itself
more and more every day as the
supreme arbiter in human affaire.
Thb Taxing District Council did not
deal frankly by the two water com
panies yesterday. It did not say to
them as it should that the city was
wholly and irrevocably committed to
the building and owning, of water
works. Instead of that it permitted
them to file offers of contract for the
supply of pure and clear water. Tbis
is not just, beciuss it is not fair. The
water companif s, old as well as new,
ehou'd have been notified that they
were losing time in even thinking
about contracts for the supply of water
to the city; they should have been
made to understand that the Council
is only waiting upon the final report
of the committee of ten to enter upon
toe work 01 construct ng water works
mL!. i i i .i
j-uir, we uuueiBiHuu, iu uo iub posi
tion of the Coancil. and being so i
should officially proclaim that it can
not entertain contracts from private
corporations lor supplying tbe city
with water. Let us get down to the
bed rock of tact and stay there.
London. Ju'v 22-Cat't. Foster, be
ing sworn a a witmsi in the Crawford
divorce ca:e todayJmitted that he
had bezn guilty of tdultery with Mrs.
Crawford. He said Mrs. Roeerson en
couraged hi relatonsbip with Mrs.
Crawford. Once te took Mrs. Craw
ford to a brothel. le once quarreled
with Sir Caarles Pike, calW him a
liar, a scoundrel anda coward, because
he had secretly atteoptsd to sever the
relationship betweet Mrs. Crawford
and witness. Ha as) attempted to
tbrash Sir Charlesi but desisted at
Mrs. Emerson's enteaty.
Mrs. Ragtraon w called. She de
nied the s'atemens just made by
Uapt. roster. i
Mr. Matthews tbn addressed the
l nrv on behalf of tie petitioner. Mr.
Crawford, whom tb lawyer described
aa "the enly oae win emerged clean
from amidst tbis plentiful throwing of
tnerooiett mud." Toe lawyer ridi
culed S;r Charles Bike's reasons for
remeiaiug silent du'ing the previous
trial "when tben was produced
agiinBt him 8'ron?,tlamiiina evidence
ot brutal adultery, nore befitting the
treatment ol a prosttute in a irench
brothel than a refind English lady."
Mr. Matthews did not mince matters.
He described tbiugl io the vernacular
with such power asto intensely excite
Sir Charles Dilke, vho became livid
with rage, and twio juropsd to his
feet and essayed to meat, which the
Judge sternly presented him from
Ths Republicans held their ratifica-
tion meeting last night, and all but
two of their candidates made speeches,
By far the beet of these was that of S.
II. Haynes, who paid particular atten
tion to the sham independent work
ingman'a movement, which is the
product of the poweiful brain of
George Washington Gilt, who it was
charged at the time of its appearance
was the author of the infamous
"Southern Democrat" letter that ex
cited the continued indignation of the
people of Memphis for many weeks,
Haynes denounced the independent
movement, and rather sneered
at thote of his fellow candi
dates who have accep'ed its in
dorsement. The o'.her 'speeches
were of the most ordinary kind, and
the meeting as a ratification one may
be set down on the whole as poor and
d scouraging. It is evident that the
Democratic candidates have little to
fear. With neisistent. steady work
they ought to be elected, everyone of
mem, ana oy Handsome majorities,
Tbi indictment of Messrs. Carlisle,
.Morrison ana randan, which we
transfer to our columns this
morning frotn the New York
Herald, will provoke same dis
cussion, but very few will fail to see
that whether it be the result or not of
accident or of the friction that is
naturally to be looked for where three
such men are pitted against each
Other, the country is suffering fror
their pursuit of ambition and the
President is made to appear as if he
did not have the support of bis party.
These gentlemen, in any view, ere
making a great mistake. The country
is with the President and the Presi
dent is ahead of hid party. He has
redeemed every pledge he ever made
in the acceptance of the Democratic
nomination, and in refusing to influ
ence legislation in support of his
pledges is to be commended, and not
condemned and denounced as the Hrr
aid condemns and denounces him. lie
is responsible slone for the executive
department of the government, and
tie legislative, no matter who man
ages it, must bs responsible to the
people. Carlisle, Morrison and Ran
dall must answer to their constituents.
Mr. Matthews, cottinu nc, referred
with intense scorn tc "ths Frenchified
Sloans ttieet oria,"aid raid that
no man who was no' so brutalized as
to be lost to all ahamt, woddlact as Sir
Charles had done in hem. " Where,"
asked the lawyer, Fi ny, who is
accused of staring in tl e origies,
while this young maried woman, who
was betraye J and de;rdd into them,
is being held up to fafan y before the
who'e English spetkin;' world for
ministering to the horrble lust of
Dilke? Fanny had van abed. She
dared not appear beftre tl is jury."
Commenting on the apparent
preset lack of seneib.lity manifested
by Mrs. Crawford, Mr Mat! hews said:
"Doubtless the last stark of shame
andcelf respect in Mrs. Crawford's
heart expired after the three visits (he
made to Dilke's houie. It she fell
again who is answerable bu-, the man
woo destroyed in her everj vt stipe of
womanly feeling." fSensation.l The
allegation of conspiracy has com
pletely failed. I ak the jury to indorse
the Judge's decree nisi mtds in the
former trial. I ask the jury to release
Donald Crawford from the tie which
yet binds him to a life of shame and
mieery. f Applause.!
Sir Walter Philmore. on behalf of
the Queen's Proctor, followed Mall
hernB. Sir Walter contended that
unlejs Donald Crawford" proved that
bis wife committed adultery with Sir
Charles he was not entitled to a decree
of divorce from her io the present
case, became the commission of
adultery with corespondent was the
part cnlar and sole ground on
which the divorce was asked,
Donald Crawford might obtain
divorce on the ground of his wife'i
adultery with Capt. Fos'er as shown
in this trial, but he would have to ob
tain it by bringing another action, on
which Capt. ester was correspond
ent. JNot a single wi'ness nad sworn
to seeing Mrs Crawsord either go in or
leave Sir Charles' nous, although it
was always crowded with friends and
officials. Every gentlemanly feeling
had restrained Sir Charles from going
upon the stand and testifying during
trie previous tnai. xbere was a
dark stain upon bis life,
and he was unwilling to submit him
self to process of examination which
would be directed toward making ex
pnsure concerning Mrs Eustice Smith
Mrs. Crawford's mother and absence
of "Fanny" Sir Walter argued, could
be similarly accounted for. She doubt
lees had a dark stain upon her
life and it was enough to
keep her out of the witners
box concerning Mrs. Crawford
Sir Walter said ths evidence showed
she had been bally reared and that
she was a most bold and abandoned
The jury was visibly impressed by
Mattbews's crushing oration. The
court ad jonrned until tomorrow, when
Bir waiter will conclude his address
Judge Hannon will then sum uo. and
it is expected that a verdict will be
rendered in the afternoon.
Jones, eon of the superintendent of
the road, was conune down the moun
tain on a tram car loaded with reck,
It became unmanageable and fie
down the steep side of the mountain
with frightful velocity. Young Jones
was thrown twenty feet in front of the
flying car, where his body was crushed
into a shapeless mass.
A PLEASANT VISIT.
DKPAKTI BE or THE PRK.SIDKXT
axd parti ran
Washington After a Srrlea of Keeen
tlons at Albany Aa Incident
at Ibe Depot.
Albany, N. Y., July 22 Preiident
Uieveland was entertained at two re
ceptions tonight In his honor.
At 11:30 o'clock the President. Sec
retaries Bayard and Whitney and Gov.
Hill went to the last named gentle
man.s residence and wera Immsdiats
ly driven to the West Shore depot,
where th special train provider
for the Presidential parly stood
waiting m a slninn ready
to start. W hile tne president was
receiving the public in the Senate
chamber, a man with swarthy face,
short black side whiskeis and black
mustache, and shabbily dretsed in a
well worn light suit of clothes, was
noticed hovering about the President,
Finally he stealthily crept up bahind
him. The police had been not cing
nis movements and arreefu mm.
When the attention of the President
and those who accompanied him were
drawn to the man they remembered
be bad been hovering about him all
the afternoon. Toe man protested
against being arrested, but was led off
to tne station home. 1 here he was
searched, but no weapons were found
on bim. In his pocket wae $t in bills
and some small change. He said bis
name was Nathan Sjhullers.that h was
28 years old, and when at borne livid
in Kingston, jn. x. lie was a
peddler by occupation, he said,
and nad Dean selling med
al, banners and other things in
Albany daring the bicentennial cele
biation, when asked why he had fol
lowed the President about, he said
that when Cleveland was a candidate
fir President, he introduced his name
in various towns and cities through
oat the State and spoke to people lor
him. He thought he deserved a po
litical position, and as he was a poor
man, be wantsd to better himself. He
thought that if the President knew
what be had done for bim be would
givehim a position. He was
only watching for an opportunity to
speak to him, he said. The police de
cided to lock the man up until the
President was out of Albany. The
train bearing the President, Secretaries
Bayard and Whitney and Col. Lamont
left for Washington at 12:30 o'clock.
They were accompanied to the train
by Gov. Hill, ex-Mayor Banks and
' HELENA, ARE.
Another Cow Thief Captured
Chief of Police Unci.
Grand Barbecue and Political
Hpeaklns Big- Crowd and
I SPECIAL TO TBI APPEAL.!
Gadhpkn, Tbnn., July 22. A barbe
cue cere today, attended by fully
2000 people, was addressed by the
candidates for the Democratic Con,
sressional nominees, Pierce, Caldwell,
Bond and Carthell, Col. Latta being
aouent. ureal enthusiasm was shown
bv friends of the different candidates.
Mr. Piercs made, as nsnal. an able
speech, and was loudly applauded,
Bond's Bpeech wag also very fine, and
bis attack on Pierce for refusing to
pienge minsen to support tne conven
tion s nominee was powerful. Judee
uarineii is strong nere and his speecn
was well received, while CoL Caldwell
spoke io his nsnal statesman-like style.
Havi used Ton saline in neiirAlnia nf
luug aianuing. Alter taxing Tonga
line my natlent has enjoyed perfect
rreeaom irom tier comolamL Am led
to believe that in some forms of nen
ralgia Tongaline is as nearly a specific
mb is quinine in intermittent lever.
H.U J. KUWt, M.D.. QntrytiH, Mo.
Saved by Trephining.
Bktblehbm. Pa.. Julv 22. A cable
gram has been received by E. P. Wil-
nur, prfBldent of the Leh uh Vn lev
Railroad Company, from his son,
Worren A. Wilbur, savinn thai hi
daughter, Isabella, who is traveling in
Switzerland, was Injured in ascending
the Alps bv the fall of a atnnn )itr
skull being frac'ured. The operation
of trephining has bspn per'ormed and
thore are hopes of the young lady's
Horrible Accident at Chattanooara.
ISPICIALTO TUI APPEAL. 1
Chattanooga. Tkhn.. Julv "2 A
horrible accident occurred thin Avpn.
ing on the incline railway beinir con
structed up Lookout Mountain. John
' ISrlClAL TO TBI APP1AL.1
HaiSNA. Abx July 22. KitIv this
morning a negro named P. Williams
came to Hslena and sold aciwto
Henry Lowrenp, proprietor of the
Wes: Helena meat market. His ac
tions caused Mr. Lo wrens to believe
that he had stolen it, and the Chief of
r j J ice, Silas Lingg, was no'ined. Mr.
Linger, not having any of bis force con
venient, went in search of Williams
himself, and found him bestride
mule starting from town. Williams
was commanded to surrender, to
which he responded by spurring up
hiamule and starting off. Mr. Liugg's
horje sprang alter him. and in
doing so the mule became frightened
and threw the negro, who arose and
starled to run. He had not gone far
when, after repeated commands to
stop, and he would not do so, a shot
was sent after him, which only accel
erated bis movements. The chief then
dismounting from his horse gave pur
suit and eoon came up with him, when
the negro turnea and showed light. A
well directed blow from tbe butt of the
pistol laid him out long enough to
convince him that he was in for it,
and he submitted. This makes the
fourth cow this! captured bv Mr,
Lingg and his force quite recently, and
if his good luck continues he is in a
fair way to bankrupt an association of
twenty gentlemen wno each signed an
agreement sometime ago to pay $5
for the arrest and conviction of
ench cow thief. The penally for tbe
offense in this State is the psnitentiary
where the vatue oi the property
amounts to $10, which is always the
case in the cattle stealing line.
Mr. D. C. Castle, a resident of Aus
tralia, Miss., who is in ths city today,
had the misfortune to lose his pocket
book containing a good sum oi money
and valuable papers.
Heeling of (ho Kethodlat Confer
MEETING OF THE STATE CON
YENIION AT LITTLE ROCK.
Powell Clayton Bans the Machine as
I'soal and Tats a Fall Ticket
la the FioH.
I SPBCIA L TO THB APPEAL. I
Dyihsbcbo. Tern.. Julv 22. The
Methodist Conference will meet here
Joe Klrkpi trick, a c erk for Plant
Bros., of this lace, and Miss Lou Pate.
a daughter of E. C. Pate, of our town,
married last evening, at the residence
of the bride, ind lelt on the first train
for Bin Aqua springs.
Tne Democrats oi this Cbancerv
Division and Judicial District are a
little dlsconcuted by the scheme of
the Republic ads, st this late hour,
"trotting out" a candidate for Chan
cellor and Attorney General. But the
Democrats will be equal to the emer
John Boyle O'Relllj- on Ibe New
Boston, Mart .July 22. John Bovle
O'Reilly said to a reporter last night:
I regard the treaty as drafted and
sinned bv onr Minister in London aa
an abominable document, which I do
doi ueMv iuo uud win pass, and
which I trust;will relegats ;the Secre
tary oi State lo the private position
which the performance of bis Dublin
duty has earned for him.
The Democratic Rally.
To the Editora of tba AprwaJ:
Wool stock, Tknn., July 22. Don't
forget to call the attention of all the
candidates to the grand rally at B'g
Sprint, Saturday, July 24th. Every
body invited. Come one, come all.
Voluntarily Advanced Wage.
PirremTRO. Pa., July 22 The Penn-
svlvan;a Tube Works Company, em
ploying several hundred men, have
voluntarily advanced the wascs of
their workmen 10 per cent.
Sabttcribelor tJtie "Appeal.',
(SPECIAL TO THE APIlL.t
Little Rock, Abk , July 22. At
1 :M0 o'clock this afiernoou the Hon.
Powell Clayton, Chairman of the Stat;
Central Committee, called the Repub
lican State Convention to order, at
Hyde s Up era Uouce. at made a lew
preliminary remarks, which wors as
plauded, stating that he had been
present at every Rspublican S:ate
Convention ever called, in Arkansas,
but the prefent body was more of a
representative body than had ever
aeeembJed at the capital before. He
a'so stated that tbe old Arkansas
Republican office holders would con
tinue to hand around, and bs on the
look out for something, whether they
ever got it or not. He nominated, bv
instructions of li s committee, the
Hon. Stephen Wheeler, of Sebastian,
to be temporary cha-rman ot the con
vention, naming 8. W. Mallory and
Julin N. Sarber and Alorzj W. Stone
to conduct bim to the chair.
Before assuming the duties of chair
man Mr. W heeler denounced the
Democratic party in quite strone lan
guage, concluding his remarks by pre
dicting the overthrow of the present
State and National administration be
fore a great while, hut he failed to
sav how Ions it would bs. His refer
ences to the ac a oi toe JKepublican
party in the past were received with
Alorzo W. Stone, of (iarland. and
II. W.Wadkioe, of Miller, were elected
temporary cecreta-if b, and Menrv M.
cooper, Samuel West, A. A. Tufts. A
8. Fowler and Robert Samuels were
appointed a Committee of Creden
A motion prevailed that the tempo
rary organization be mule permanent
ALL TOOK A HAND.
Oa a motion being dffered for ap
pointment of a Stats Central Commit
tee every member of tbe convention
stood up and bad something to say
about the matter. Powell Clayton
was the first to lead off. but before he
had gone very far J. Pennover Jones.
oi AJisna county, a snrawd little col
or, d man who has represented his
county in the Legislature a number of
limes, ana wno is bieo a recognized
leal r of his raoe in the
8' ate, let into Mr. Clayton
rough handed, and for a few
minutes the wool rlew aronnd like
hail. But the ex-Senator was ready
for Jones; In other words, he was
"heeled." W.H.H. and John M. Clay
ton spoke in turn of the able manner
in which the affairs of the party had
been manased by tbe Governor, and
thought Mr. Jones evinced a very tad
spirit in his effort to down the boss.
Jones told Clayton that he had be
come tired of wearing the collar of the
bossfs, and he for one, and
he represented a large following.
wanted a change, Jin ththotsht that
some one oi rulaski Bounty's able rep-
teseniatives wouiu come ro nis relict,
but by tne time the Ulaitons not
through with him William LaPorte, a
colored delegate of Little Kock, took;
chsrge of J. Pennoyer and succeeded
in laying the ub quitous Jones out
entirely. Jones charged Clayton with
coming to the convention with a
slats already made out, but it
Is the general impression that
before he trot Ihrouzh with ths
difcu'slcn he became convinced of bis
error. A vo e was finally tiken on
the motion proving that the delegates
should select the State Central Com
mittee from the Congressional dis
tricts, and it was lost by a vote of 38
for and 122 against. A Jclear victory
lor roweii uiayton.
Mr. Sarber moved th&t the commit
tee be composed of nine delegates
from escb Congressional District and
twelve from tbe Sttte at larg, which
motion prevailed. Their platform de
nounced everything in the shape of
Democracy. It lauds the acts of tbe
Republican party, State and national,
but as the planks are merely a repeti
tion of all other similar Stats conven
tions they are omitted.
Geo. Clayton nominated Lafayette
Gregg, of Washington county, for
Governor, and he was declared the
H. A. Miller, of Ouachita, for Secre
tary of State; 1. 1). Leach, of Wood
ruff, for Attorney General; L. Alt-
he'mer, of Jefferson, for Treasurer; D.
B. Russell. ex-United States Marshal
for the Eastern District of Arkansas, of
Uonway.Ior Auditor; Associate Jus
tice of the Supreme Court ,8.D. 8co t,
oi Miller; Lend Uommission, A W.
Stone, of Garland; Superintendent of
1'ublic instruction, A. Jl. Uicoo, ol
A Mate central uommittee was se
lected, composed of nine members for
each CoDL'retsional district in the
Mate, and twelve from the State at
large, and tbe convention, at 11 :15
o'clock, adjourned sine die, with
Powell Clayton still on top, and the
absolute boss of the.Repuhlican party
in the Bta'e.
exchanged i.ilutat'ons with him in-1
3 airing at th-t same time what he was
oing up the e, and he replied with a
smile: "I'm j .st rusticating for a
time; I got wo n down a little." Two
other gentlemen claiosed to have seen
him, and it is generally believed he
will not return to the cily nntil extra
dited, notwithstanding rumors to the
CRl EI, . LIDIOS OUTRAUK
Laborers by Band of While Men In
Newton Couaty-Tbe Slllltia
OFFICE Room 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Building. Telephone 695.
Fqailnht of Nothvtllo ...S e7,Mf
Hnnsvllle of Hnoiilllc... l3S,tti
t'hiixnts f lirwukljrn 1 Ma
rino Dopartmootl 4.S10.4il
American Harrtj Company, Maklnc HontU or Hnrrl jnlilp.
All cliwsei of prrtr lnaurcd. SixcUl Attention itvon to injuring Countr Starts.
New York Life Insurance Oo.
Jlorlh Rrlllub and Mer-
eanflle (nmrlv! Bgri.OliO.OOfl
Wealrhealerwf New Vork I.IIJ.nttH
Union of California I,IM,VM
Israelii TO THE 1TI1L.I
Jackson, Mihs., July 22 Intelli
gence has jnt reacled this cily to tbe
effect that the meat cruel and lawlees
outrages are be:ng perpetrated on col
ored citiKsn of Newton county, of
this State. From all ibfi rma'ion that
ran be learned, it appears that fifteen
or twenty white men hava handed
themselves together fcr the purpose of
driving the negro labor fiom the
county and State. They have com
mitted three murders outright, brutally
beaten and otherwiss tortured a num
ber of negroes, and have
said that the colored laboieis
must leave. Tbe course of
these ruffians is most heartily con
demned by all citizens of reputable
Btandlrg, and the Uavernor, tion.
Liwry, has lesued orders to SuenlT
Harper to arrest and incarcerate In
jail every man who may be cbard
with such outrageous violation oi tbe
law. Sheritl' Ilvrper bus orders to
summon theentire body of the coon1 v
if necessary, t) enforce, the law, and if
this is not sntucient, tbe Matioiial
Guard of Mississippi will be ordered
to tbe scene of violence.
TBI BON, K. BARK8DALK,
member of Congress l orn this dis
trict, reached home this moroicg look
ing to be In one health,
given at the Edwards House lat-t night
bv tbe citizens of Jackson to members
of Grand L'dgo of Kn-'ghtsof lienor
pasted tffwel1. Toere ssas no s-ek-
lrg exepr. a rhort addreaof wtlcrmo
by li s Hour JchnMcQill.
C. D. NEWMAN,
one ot the lea ling cit'zens of Hinds
county, died at his residence mar
Auburn this morning aftT a long
sickncsi. tie was at one tune sn em-
cient member of the Board of Suptr-
Uehpbis, Tens., Jolt 30, 186.
'At the regular monthly tuatlns of tlit
Board of Dinctors of thia Bank.'-fesjd thla
day, a mal-annnal eath diviuand of
FIVE (5) PER CENT.
u declared out of the not aroloia of tbe
put ail months, parable on demand.
0. II. RAINE. Oaih'er.
NOT. .)! BTWK RHON KR
ALABAMA Ml GOAL
WOTVE InETTPlElT BT T,,E H CAB-fl OHIO
7 . fv a --"-- barrel lot delivered in the city at very low
;! to tboce who dnmre to try It. Bperlal Ha( lo all point an Hall road
P. M. PATTEIiSON Sc
:.T.1?.,0!,.tnrllil,nel''rexltlnE between C H. BRAOKETT n,l rtrmrtRT r.nnir.
w u . i w" i 1 Ui"""v,l1', "V."1"!'.1 oonnent 0. II. Urapiett retire! from the (Inn and
Hubert Loekwood aiiumei all the liabilitioa and oollooti tbe ind.Modne . due the Arm.
1 aia-nedj c. , wtAl'KK.iT.
a-In retiring from the Arm, I cordially lioinenk for m socpeMor the liberal ntr,in.
nerctoiore extended the late Arm. ISiiineill C. II. 1IRACKHTT.
LIVERY. BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No. ai rViccond Mreot Mfiiiphk Trim.
arFluc Btooh.ti aratrllnlt Tiirnontn.Ta
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CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33 J. 8EMME8 c& OO.
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
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A. B ? J
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nlnEnmnl O G
TIJLE, FIKK VhAY,
-AND DEALER IN
JtOKl4l.E t F.MKVr,
I.UI11SVII.I.I. ( KltlKSr,
352 FH ONT STREET MEMPHIS. TENN.
PUTS AND CALLS
On Wheat. Corn. Gate. Pork. Lard and R. R
Htock. for Long and Short Time. Send for
Prioe Clreulu. II . P. II A K T O , U6
WaahlDElea Htreef . (IIIIVAUO. 11.1.,
Referenoo- American Exchange Nat I Bunk
Dry Goods, Notions; Hosierv
GENTLEMEN'S FUBNISHIN6 GOODS,
Noi. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphis Tenn.
WE ARB IN DAILY RHCE1PT OP DKSIRABLB HHRIUM AMD nUMU
UUODN, whioh we offer to the Trade upon the moat farorabl termi. Oar prieea
will oompare favorably with those of any market in the United tHatea. We axe Areata for
Tonnessee Miuitiructurlng Co.'g Plaids, Drills, Shcctlne, Hblrtlua'. Bra,
n. l. LAsKiri UMVERSITYTEIMNESSEE
Physician, Knrrnon and Acroucber,
nssiiisiNi;it and urriuK,
343 Slain Nireet, KeHr. Uulou.
telephone no. m.
Orrica HeaKAKDO Ishubaece Co.,
Memohia. Tenn.. July 1J. INHtl. I
a meetioE of the Board of Direotori of
thii Comnanv. held thia dav. a reml-
annOHl caah diTidendof ll(0) fcrf'finl
waa declared oat of the net earning! of the
pact in tb) monina.
j. p. uunnuuBui, neoreiary.
MiMrRie Citt Fiee airn Ueeeeil In. Co,
Mbuphih. Teen.. July '.. ISHA,
A T a Bieelina- of the Board of Director!
I V held thli day. a Oaih Divldtnd nf rii
rut -nul. on the eanltal atock or the com
peny waa declared, payable on demand.
lit oraer oi tne noara or Ulreotora.
NAPULKON HILL, Pnaident.
Attest: Hurt J. Ltmh. Cashier.
Stato Agricultural and Mochanical Oollogo.
Couraea In Aarlrultnre. riin(ral HrlAn,-,. Kn.lnMHn Annllwl r-ki.ml.trv rnM.lM Tnn.
HHi-nce. Onp ymr of thiimiixh ITenaratory Iimlrill-llon. Tlir (TIM-tlillue le roaeonablp and taUhful.
tary nrKanluitlon w-ruriM ri-Kiilarlty and promnlnrm Hllimllon iM-aulllul ami veiy hvallhniK
lion fn-e toatuilrllta aniHllntl-fl liv nirmlivr. if Iha lvUlutiirMuntl MuiMrtnt..n1tit.if 4i.luu.U
Total piH-ieMi. It nlni- morn I. s, about 117(1. with yrar will Im-kIii HrptemlKir Id. UM. 'ur full
arUculan, aUUrrMi, C1IA1HMAN OF FA CULT V, KuoxvUle, Tenn.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,001
1. K.HOiMVlN.IWt. J.M.0(MHAK, Vlce-Pros'U C.U. RAINE, Cast
w. u. BATE".
U. C. TOOF
A DruKKinr. tutor y.
Mr. Isssc O. Chapman, druggist,
iNewburg, IN, X.. writes ds: "I bave
for tbe past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsa'd for
trie Langs, i can say oi it wbat 1
cannot say of bdt other medicine, I
nave never beard a customer speak ol
it bat to Braise its virtues in the high
est manner. I bave recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
congh, with tbe happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
In lb. Dr.r Old !. '
We differ in creed and politics, bnt
we are a unit all tbe same on tbe de
sirableness of a fine head of hair. If
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two oi
Parker's Usir Balsam will make yon
look as yon did in tne dear oia days.
It is wortb trying, ibe only standard
50 cents article for the bair.
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 273 Second Street,
Boatrd of, Dlreotorn.
T. B.TURLKY. 3. M. GOODBAR. J. R. O0DW1K,
W.B. DKUCB, M. (1AV1N, J. W. IfAubc.
K. M. NKLHON, T. U. HIMS, W. P. IJUNAVAHX
M. HM1TI1, I' II A HI, KrVKY, It. J. lll.AL'll.
N. W1LKRRK0N. 11. T. COOPKIl. 11. R. COKFIN.
JOHN ARM1KTKAU, 0. M. HRYAN. A. W. NKWHI M.
A IMpnaltury oi ina mat ni Trauiwee, rrnuanria a Hfrri vanning
lion, nf lift
iilciil H In
Ift-n in the !
ii mid t'nl
PVIMTIul .dVIIMtllUCr. I' "I
W- N. MrJKIN AI T, Mit-t.-i
A. I,. Mi'DONA I l, '.ni'fn
r fcr tlti-iiH'HH i-r l''tin TVrh
iriiiil titiiutt'T tif Itoarilirrt, villi
t'li'" Willi l (: 'iM'nri, Ac., hiMum
-, I inwii( "f Vn., I I'HmpIimK
h . t 1'itl v-f Hitv, ) Uul.tllW, ki
Tliompaon Knatlonllnc In Canada.
St. Louin, Mo., July 22. It is posi
tively s'a'ed hfre thst Alrnon B.
Thompson, tbe tl.Multinz CPHtner of
the Provident Kivinirs Bank. Is in
Cans la. Sevtral rvsith-nts ol this city
and friends ol tde embczzlpr, returned
till ay from aa extended trip through
the provinces and state that they
siw snd conversed with him.
Mr. M, J. Brown stales that
he saw Thompson at Montreal
before he had beard of tbe failure and
N ew and Latest Styles Mtock.
Type, New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing- all
No. 6215. R. D In tbe Chancery Court nf
bhelby Uoanty,leon. ihenupreme Lodge
or toe Ane enturaer or united workmen
. A. W. Jobnuton etel.
Jt anoearlna Irom tne dim which la aworn
to In thia cau that the defendant!. John K.
Woodlock, W. Woodlock and Mnxitie Wood
lock. are non-reiidenta of the HtateofTan.
netaee, aid that the residence of the defend
ant, Leo Woodlock, ia unknown and cannot
be ascertained after dlliEent Inqniry i
11 is therefore ordered, that laid four de
fendanta laat above named make their an.
nearanee herein, at the Courthoueeof 8belby
county, In Memnhie, Tenn., on or before
the firat Monday in September, and
plead, anawer or domur to oornpluinant'a
bill, or the name will be Uken fi r contained
aa to them, laid John K. Woodlock, W.
Woodlock, Maanie Woodlookand Leo Wood
lock, and et for hearlns ei imrtei and that
a cony of thia order be nunlmhed once
week, for fonr iuccemlve week, in the
Memi-hin Daily Appeal. Thia 1Mb. dm of
July, lnri. n rnvyniwiw.
H. I. mduuw iw.L,, uierkand Matter,
By II. F. Walih, Uepuiy 0. and M.
John Priizell, Hoi. for compl'tn. tne
It. A. UlVt.SH H'lLI. hkli.
SO ItEGIrsTKKKD JEItStYN
W. A. GAGE
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Latest Novelties in Fcotwesr
FOR ePKIKU AND BI.'.a.UKIl.
AdENTS FOR TUB FAMOUS
V. L. DriHglaH $ ()() Cult Nhoe
In Button, Lace and Conirreia.
a- Illiiatrafed CaHil-ia-ue an i Price- Lli
Mnili-it Free on at-nHc.'ion.a
And Commission Merchants.
at"Elmarch."Cynthlana. Ky.. Wedna.dar.
July 1KI. from the " Elniarch Herd.''
t1J f.. ..I.I..... 1 I I I . -
Ofluu ir c.viutiw, iiiu dj ou ninu o no cure 1 - - . k B
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