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E MEMPHIS AFFEAlLo
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY. JULY 21. 1SSG.
VOL. XLVI---NO. 171
TO 1IIB FEOrLE QT MEMPHIS.
I find ths following statement in the
Scimitar of yesterday :
"The Appeal doesn't think it neces
sary to remark that J. M. Keating, the
editor of. the Memphis Appeal, ie
ceived for his services durinn the yel
low fever epidemic an average of $30
a day, and that. one. of t!-e chief and
most prominent raxriB for urgirjj? bis
appointment ao ?ublic Printer is on
his yellow fever record."
This is a li" and the writer of it
knew it to be a lie when he penned it.
I did not receive, nor would I receive,
one cent for soy services during the
yellow fever epidemic not one
cent from any one. As to my
Candida: y for Public Printer, I am
running on my merits as a printer and
my character ss a man. I never in my
life uttered a word a' any time to any
one about my services during the
awful visitation of 1873. I simply did
my duty then as I do it now.
J. H. KEATING.
Tub ArPKAL which has alway been
the earnest champion of the working
men urges upon them tbaj they hall
. stand sslid for the Democratic ticket.
Their interests are w'th the Demo
cratic p;rty because it is the only
party in the BUte that can accomplish
for them whatever of reform they
need. Strndma by the Democratic
party now the Democratic party will
stand by thfm in the future.
The attltu lo of opposition by tl 6
.Democratic press of Eat Tennessee
towards "B-jb" Taylor disposes cf
him ai a porsible candidate for Qov-
ernor and makes plain sailing for
"Bob" Looaey. Gen. Dibrell, the oaly
man he has to confront, wa? a brave
and daring soldier and made a very
' lair working member of Congress, but
he has not the addrees nor the speak
ing power of the Memphis candidate,
who, wherever he goes, makes hostj
of friends and carries conviction to
very one of his eminent fitness for
the exalted position. "Bob" Looney
looks the (iovcrnor and will, if nomi
nated and elected, make one such as
-we have not had in eeveral years. We
present bim to the Democracy of the
.State, confident that they will find in
him all that they ne8d in a successful
At a meeting of the Water Commit
tee appointed by the Taxing District
Council, held on the 10th. of April
last, the following resolution, offered
by Gen. Greene, was unanimously
adopted : "It is the sense of the com
"mit ee that, in view of ihe increasing
"population of the city, he construe-
"tion of a system of psrmanent water
"works should be undertaken and.
"carried out as Eoan as the necessary
"legislat'on aa pa secured by the
Taxing District; and that, consider
"ing the paramount necessity for the
'"preservation of the public health, the
"securing and future enlargement of
"the structures, and the economy in
"the management, the works should
"be constructed, owned and operated
"by the city." There were present
and voting for this comprehensive
resolution, Messrs. Smith, Gavin, Low
enstein, Greene, Mitchell, Hein, Over
ton and Napoleon Hill. Thir, it seems
to up, sett 1 s the question of the Dis
trict's position on the water works
question, -and should preclude the
consideration by the Council of any
oilers by any companies to snpply the
people of Memphis wiih water.
The English speaking people are
not likely to hear much more of Sir
Charles Dilke. He is a ruined man.
The jury in the case of Crawford vs.
Crawford; reopened at his instance,
have rendered a verdict of guilty
against Mrs. Crawford and granted
her hosbaad a divorce. The jurors
find that she was guilty of adulteiy
with Sir Charles Dilke, thus confirm
ing her shara?lcm cotfenon. They
say also, in effect, that Sir Charles has
been living a dual existence one as
a filthy, s.ilarious beast and one as a
Minister of the Crown, a Liberal
leader and litterateur of very h'gh
character. Nothing more revolting
than Mrs. Crawford's tettimony hts in
yeais found its way to the columns of
the pr.'sa cf England and America.
It uncovers a s' ate of morals that
proves how unfounded is the claim of
a hereditary aristocracy to be a gov
erning cUb, to be the censors of
humbler but better people, and make
laws for a nation, while in their lives
they illustra'e a depth of depravity
lower than that of the African bush
man. The candidates have only two weeks
for work, and then the people will de
liver their verdict at the ballot box.
Two weeks is a very short time, con
sidering all that is atttake,but if the
men upon whose shoulders the Demo
cratic mant'e has fallen will use every
hour of it judiciously they will have
n reason to regret it. It will not do to
rest content with the fact that ours is ths
best ticket, as it is, nor will it do to as
sume that because it is indorsed by
the best people of the city it It bound
to win. Nothing is gained nowadays
without work. Even with so good a
cause as that of Chr'stianify, prio.ts
and laymen have to work, and work
hard, to accomplish anytLing for it.
No one can honestly challenge the fit
ness, capacity, integrity or popularity
of George B.' Ft tars, yet he muatwork,
and work without ceasing until the
day of election if hewou'd be Attorney
General of Shelby ccunty. So with
Mr. Harriron, whom ever) body knows
and everybody wishes well. He mnst
work, and work a-nong his friends,
that they may see that he ap
predates the nomination for Reg
ister, and is determined to leave
no stone unturned to secure his elec
tion. All the candidates must thus
work, and all the friend of the candi
dal! s, if Democratic suceeee is to be
THE MTlUAL CAPITAL.
THE TOTE OF THE TENNESSEE
DELEG ATION ON
The Oleomargarine Bill Southern
Postal Point-Death of a Well
Kucwa Telegraph Man.
(SPICIAL TO THS APPIAL. I
Wiflv,vniA .Tn'woo, TV, a vM A rtf
the Tennessee de elation on the oleo
margarine bill tiday waa Ballint-ne,
ra'mal TitrViftrH nn XmaI Anil Pfttti-
bone in fav r of the bill, and McMillin,
Meters, none enu j. w. layiur uiu
. . . i i T .r r. J : J
and the Hon. Frank H. Hurd.ol Ohio,
are in the city ioday.
from therilouse Committee on War
Claimp, today reported the McM:nt
villeand Manchester railroad bill, and
it being evident from the crowded cal
endar that the bill would not pans tins
cession Mr. Bchardson s'curad a
Older for its coo8idia ion on the Fri
day after the fi.tt Monday in Decem
ber. POSTAL POINTS.
Postmasters C mmis ilonr d : Fourth
Class Offices-Lry A. Pul, Oibb-t,
Miss.; John W. Givip.C iir.er, Tenn.;
Alfred H Koier, Ke,i Hark, fenn.
Poitofncts Established: Arkansas
Aehton, Clark cour.ty; Wheh-n
Spring?, two mi'es and a half snth;
Gu'don, four miles north. Hight.
Franklin county; Alston, one and
three quarter mi'es eatt; Mulbsny,
(lire mil s Wfst. Mississippi Flow
er's Piace, Soaiih county, Fpec al from
Hamltt, four mi es southeast; Sylva
rera, four miles sou.hwes'. Re-mtab
liahed: Tennwsae Quito, Tipton
county, special from Kerrville; Cu'a,
seven miles south; Drommond, five
Special service dincont'nud: Ten
neesee McHsney, Henderson county.
GENERAL WASuWrON NOTES.
Repabllean Meaatarlal Caaeots.
Washington, July 23. It is now
understood that the caucus of Repub
lican Senators, held at Senator Sher
man's hou.is last evening, resulted in
the appointment of a committee, con
ais'.ing of Senators Sherman, Allison
and Aldrich, to devise a line of action
with respect to the Morrisen surplus
rt solution. It is said that the ex
pression of views were widely diver
gent, bntit was thought to ba a politi
cal new sity that the Senate Commit
tee on Finance should not ignore th.9
resolution. Trie committee, it in be
lieved, will seek to amend it, leaving
to tbe Secretary of the Treasury soma
measure of the d'ecietlon he now h.s
over the matter and increasing the
minimum of the reserve to be left in
Treasury. The members of the com
mittee and all who attended the cau
cus are pledged to secrecy.
Death of Capt. Leonard Whitney.
Washington, July 23. Capt Lt-on-ard
Whitney, special ag-nt of the
Wes'ern Union Toiegraph Company
in Wesh'ngtoo, d ed at his residence
io th's city this even'-sg .l a eomVUca
lion of diseases. The deceased ha t been
in the employ of the Wes'ern Union
Company for twenty years or more,
most of the time as ( a-hier or manager
of tbe office in this city. Io 1833 he
was made spec al agent c f the com
pany in Washington, and hts held
that position ever since. He h aves no
immediate relatives, his wife having
died a few years ago and his children
in' their infancy. The remains will be
taken to Golumbu. 0.. for interment.
Capt. Whitney wai one of the batt
known and most popular gentlemen
in Washington, and his death is deep
ly felt by a large circle of friends and
particularly by the employes of the
com Dan v. by whom he was greatly
esteemed for bis justice, fair dealing
ana unitorm kindness.
Returned from Albany.
Washington, Joly 23. The Presi
dent and party returned lrom Albany
The Attack nn tieronlmo.
Washington, July 23. Adjutant
uenerai u.um tcday receivea tne ioi
lowing telegram from Gen. Miles,
dated July 22d: "Capt. Lawton re
ports, throngh Col. Royal, cimmand
ing at Fort Uuachuaca, that his com-
manrt surpri'ei Ueronimo s camp, on
the Yonge river, about 130 miles south
and east of the Capos Pouora, or near
ly 3 JO miles south ot Mexi.a bound
ary, capturing all tbe Indian property,
including hundreds of pounds of dried
meat and nineteen rdmg animals.
This is the fifth time within the three
months in which the Indians have
been surprised by the tr.iopS. While
their results have not been decis-ve,
yet it has given enroargment to the
troops, and has reduced t .e number
and strength of the Indians, and has
given them a feeing of insecurity
bven in the remote and almott inac
cessible mountains of Mexico.
SIB CHARLES DILKE
Maintain Mia lanoceace Dfsptte
the Verdict of the Jnrj.
London, July 23. Sir Chas. Dilke
has issued the fallowing address to the
GENTLKMaN You are aware that the
intervention of the Queen's Troctor in
the case of Crawford vs. Crawford, on
the plea that the said divorce was pro
nounced contrary to tbe iustice ol the
cae, and baa led to a verdict in which
tbe boding ol Justice nutt Das
been affirmed. Th s decision has been
corns to without my being allowed to
appear by c ounsel or to addrees tbe
jury; without my being allowed to
cross examine for myself ; aleo, with
out my being supplied with the par
ticulars or bsing given in advance tbe
names of witnesses, all ci wuicn. un
der the order of the court, have
been supplied to the other side. The
Queen's proctor, who accep ed some of
my suggestions for the cr-;SS examina
tion, and Kir Walter ftiiumore, wno
maintained my position witb con
spicuous ability, appearing, however,
not as my advocate bnt as the repre
sentative of an ifficial, w 8 also
placed under great disadvantage, ty
having practically disclosed tue de
fense before the evidence in
support of ths entree was
eiven. I bavs always known
how difficult my case would be, even
if it were presented, as I had ria-:oi
to suppose it would be, by my on
advuers, and JJoave never concealed
it from you. But tbe method of pro
cedure ordered by the court) intensi
fied the difficulty. As hr as my pub ic
me goes, x pave nn option nut
to accept the verdict. While prote t ng
once more against i s jubtice, 1 cn
only f8'Ur you, as I have already
of en solemnly assured you, and witb
equal solemnity sworn in court, that
I am innocent of the charges brought
asruinct me, and especially and g'ate
fully bid you farewell. I am, yours
fait'ilnliy, charlss piles.
Sir Charles Dilke has ordered the
sale of Lis house t Clnisa. He will
1- ave Eng'and and r?ule permanently
in tbe South of France.
THE CONDITION OF TRADE.
FAIR MOVEMENT OK Kill
A Fair Bnnlaeaa la Cotton and
Woolen Goods The Leading
New Yore, July 23. Special tele
grams to Bradstretl't announce a very
g neral continuance in the seasonably
active uiHununon ot merchandise re
cently reported, with some exceptions.
At most of the larger distributing
points a fnir reassnrtment trade is re
por'ed, bnt a sensible decline is noted
t New Orleans, Dallas, Builmgton,
la. and Kanats City, with no
signs of early activity in noer-
cbandise lines at Pittsburg In
ths S uthwest and We-t the drouth
is larg jly renpimiblB for the check to
business, and at towns in a portion of
tho rejion irdica'ed mercantile co lec
ti ns have boconia lees prompt. At
others, nctably Omha, retail dealers'
s'ocks are known to have been very
much reduced while awaking the re
suit of harvesting, and wholesale
dealeis antic pate an active trade in
the early tutu nn. At St. Lou s mer
chants report that raics have checked
the drou'h in M swuri.
The New York stock market has
bean dull, but prjefs were maintained.
This has been from an absence
of trading rather than any positivo
influences either way. A few stocks
advat ced, owing to particular circum
s ances. Tc tal stock trat sa; tions were
about equal to those ol list week.
Bonds of all c'ases were strong tni
generally advanced on investment
purchases. The effect of the Morri
son resolution was to advance United
Stotes 4i and 4Js.
Manufacturers are buying wool with
more freedom at seaboard points and
at Chlrago. Prices are s'eady and so
near the importing point that an ad
vance may induce imports of foreign.
The movement of cotton goods con
tinues fair; come makes are exhausted
and prices are higher, notably in
print cloths. It is now regarded as
doubtful whether there wi'l be any
material advance in the price of woof
ens this antamn in spite of the higher
fisu'es for wool. The export trade in
cottons bas been larger during the
past four months than in a like period
in any preceding year, but was con
duced to little or no profit. Southern
mill cottons have in instances sup
planted northern cotton for tbe
Chiness trade The weather bas im
proved in tbe S u'h Atlantio and
'stern Gulf cotton growing States.
Louisville tobacco crop advices are
favorable. Tbe staple held there is
firm, and while stocks are large, re
ceipts are light.
Wheat, after some steadiness, has
dec ined on increased supplies in ti.ht
on land and ri'H, and heavy receipts at
Corn and oats are relative'y stronger.
Improved crop prospects for best
engar, and large sticks have caused a
further shrinkage in prices of sugar.
ARKANSAS REPUBLIC INS.
Organization or the State Central
fSPIOIAL TO TBI APPEAL. I
Little Rcck, Ark., July 23. The
Republican State Central Commit'ee
met at the Capitol Hutel today and
organized. Tbe Hon. Powell Clayton
was elected chairman, and Henry M.
Cooper secretary. The committee is
composed of some of tbe best men of
the State, politics excepted, and the
ticket nominated yesterday is one
worthy of a better cause than
sneking cilice through Repub'ican
channels in Arkansas. The Hon.J.H.
Bowles, the -candidate for Superin
tendent of Publ c Instruction, was for
merly United States Marshal for the
Western Dis'rict of Arkansas. Judge
Greeg, their Gubernatorial candidate,
is one cf the most tr flnential Repub
lean lawyers of the "Great North
west" and a resident of the Athens of
Arkansas Fayette vile. Judge Jno. A.
Williams, of Pine Bluff, who has been
in attendance upon tbe convention,
whtn appronched by ynur correspon
dent as to whether or not he in1 ended
becoming a candidate for Congress, in
opposition to the Hon. Clifton R.
BiockinridiiO, "replied very emphati
cally that all repor's that he would
were absolutely wilhont foundation.
He knew the race would bj fruitless,
and no good could o.-sibly accrue to
eiiher himself or the party by his en
tering the field.
Double Ilanglnc "t Fort Smith.
Fort Smith, Ark , July 23. Lincoln
Sprole, a whits man, and Calvin
James, a negro, were hanged here to
day f ir murders committed in the In
dian Territory. Sprole killed Benja
min F.Clarke, a white man, and his
fouriecn year old boy, Alex Clarke,
near Pauls Valley, Chickasaw Nation,
on May 25, 1885. He and C arke had
a difficulty, and Clarke having threat
ened him cawed him considerable
alarm. He watched bis opportunity
end on tbe day of the killing, when
Gla'keand hiB'boy went to White
Bead Hill with a wagon after supplies,
Sprole concealed himself near the road
in ths brush and when they retarned
fired, morally wounding Bar jimin
Clarke. 'J he noisa cansed Clarke's
boisct to run away, Alex Clarke
jumped out to catch the horses when
Sj role ihot and also killed him.
Freight DlKerlmlaatloa Again!
New York, July 23. The rommit
tee of dry goods merchants, which is
working to secure relief from tbe al
Icgsd unjmt discrimination in freight
rates, met this afternoon. Way bills
were bbown that made the rate from
North Adams, Mnes , to Chicago, 35
cents per 100, while the rate on the
garni" goods fiom New York to Chicago
is 75 cents per 100. The way bills
were those of the Troy and Boston,
Delaware and Hudson, Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western and New
York, Chicago and St. Louis Com
panies. Shnt Down, Indrflnltely.
South Fsaminqham, Mass., July 23.
The IVa Rubbar Shoe Conor any
pottsd a notice tbis morning that the
faotoiy wonld be closed July 31tt. No
limit to the shut down is announced.
During its continuance 1100 hands
will he thrown ont of employment.
Expensive repairs and additions are to
be made to the works.
CR0P3 M ARKANSAS.
AS EXCOUBAGINU OUTLOOK FQR
(;oo I Urala Crops Assnred, With a
Surplus of Meat The Negro
ISPIOIALTO THI irriAL.I
Little Rock, Ark., July 2:1. So far
the present season his been quite
favorable io the growing crops of this
State. Wheat, oats, rye and barley all
average very well. The ;orn rop is
laid by and is even better than was
last year's crop. Ths acreage is in
creased about 15 per cent, over the
last planting season, and from every
section come reports that tbe farmers
wi 1 have an overplus of "hog and
hominy," even if the cotton crop is
cut short by . some unforeseen
disaster, aad this class of our citizens
be deprived of their usual fall supply
"whi'e bread." Increased attention
has been given to stock raising in
almost every part of the Sinte, and, as
a consequence, lire herds of cat'.lo
GOOD DROVES OK BOOS
now prowl over tho prairies and
through woods heretofore untrodden
by this important adjunct to sericul
ture, Through the instrumentality of
the Wleel has tlvs interest been
fostered and enlarged, and, as a remit,
this fall will find cur farming element
with a sufficiency' of home produced
inent on hand, whereas heretofore
they have baen forced to Bend otT for
it, the. West KanFas, Nebraska and
Northwest Missouri having acted in
the capacity of "smokehouse" for Ar
kausAB for years post. The improve
ment is to be kept up in the
ttack raieing department and in a
few years the Wheel docla e sample
meat can be produced in Arkansas to
feed all her owa citizens and have
some to sell. A die ease similar to
murrain broke ont sometimo ago in
the herds near Deval's Bluff, Carlisle
and Brinklev, a great many cattle
dying, but it is reported that the com
plaint was confined to freshly im
ported herds recently brought there
from Texas, and it is said all is well in
that section now,
A StTCCSSSFCL CKP VCAR,
with additional help from the hog and
cattle products will help many of our
farmeis to froa .themselves from the
coils of the "anaoonda" mortgage sys
tem that has encompassed this State
since tbe war. All a- sistance possible
is to be rendered our colored agricul
turalists next fall at tbe first colored
fair ever held ' in the State, which
conors off at Pine Bluff October 23d.
Dexterous efforts were made to keep
up a State fair at Little Itock, but lost
year the enterprise failed. Tbe grounds
were sold, and now it is the intention
to give the plan over to the colored
people and see what can be made of
their annual exhibition.
Nashvillk, Tunn., July 23. The
State Commission of Agriculture is
preparing the crop report for Ju'y.
The wheat crop yielded much better
than was anticipated, the crop being
botiettlian for y yearn. Corn is
very promising, iuuen nay was lost
on account of wet weather, but the
crop was still very large. Tbe oat
crop was above the average. Cotton
looks well, and the potato crop is
PINE BLUFF, ARK.
Meeting of the Colored Uaaonle
Urand Lodge of the State,
lariOIAL TO TBI APriAL.I
Pine Bt.vrv, Abk., July 23. The
Colored Grand Lodge of Masons of
Arkansas aro in session hero today in
company with tbe local lodges. The
corner stone of the Industrial Fair
Building was laid with impressive
ceremonies. In the evening they
made a handsome street parade, a
fiist class brass band leading the pro
cession. Debt of Mlnslaatppl County, Ark,
ISPICIAL TO TBI APPBAb.l
Osceola, Ark., July 21 County
Clerk HugliH McVoigh bas just issued
the following statement of tbe indebt
edness of this county:
Oatatandinr warrants t 23,187 iS
Allowed but not rot ianusd MMiVi
Amount of Courlhouse judgment... 8,4ir) 00
Interest thereon lrom April illjw'i,
to July 19, 18Hrt - (YUM
Jury oertifioBtot outstanding 07HOII
Witne.-a certificates, about 60000
Total Indebtedness of eounty 1 34,400 11
TAXABLE l'KOPKHTY OF 181.
Amount of real e'tato t l,1W,2T5O0
Amount of personalty .WJ.w'nl 00
K umber ol lolls 1.1HIS HQ
Total, exclusive of polls f l,fiB,Hl 00
Lert lor Ilia I'oet of Inty.
iariOIAL TO THI APPIAL.l
Bihminoham, Ala., July 23. Col.
L J. Dupree, who was appoin'od Con
sul at San Salvador, Central America,
some few months ago, left tonight for
San Francisco, where be will take
steamer for bit post of duty.
Have used Tongaline, and it did its
work splendidly; have found it good
in cases of flatulence, where consti
pation prevails, and there are numer
ous, N. Newell Sill, M. D , Straw
berry Point, Iowa.
Harder and Bnlclde.
Butte, Mont, July 23. Early this
morning J. W. Moore, late of Nevada,
shot JoHsph Henderson, a clothing
merchnnt here, with a double barreled
shotgun, killing bim instantly. He
then emptied the otbor barrel into
himeelf with fatal effect. Moore
claimed that Hendereon owed him
MOST PERFECT. MAOE
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V.nlllJ, Ix-moB. OlBta ibMf J IS e
flvur s delicately as a It I ' a sUras
PRICE BAUH0 tat& ?7 m
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k. a i fi i If 7L, L. ..ulu" Salt, sold lu bulk. lBSX
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jP I S. N. I'INI'S. MAtiagiT. Ijiulitl1-. Ky I f
a Jrl.UarVUr W- M BaTKM. . V. TOOr
ERICH At his residence. No. tvl Linden
street, Friday. July &i, 11. at 1 o'clock
p.ni.,CHii.i;a N. Karri, aaed fifty Are years.
Funeral will take place from his late resi
dence this (SATURDAY) afternoon, at 4
o'olock. Friends are invited to attend.
HARRIS On Friday. July 21, 1S.V,, tt the
residence of Anthony Netherlrinurt, three
miles from the city, on tbe Hernando road,
at:J0 p.m., A. J. Hjmtis, rued filty nine
years and lour months.
The funfril will take place BI NDAY AF
TERNOON at t o'clock, lrom the Christian
Church, Vance street. Friends and ii"
HauPBia, Tun., July 20, lrtstl. (
W At the regular monthly meeting of the
Board of Director! of this Bank, held this
day, a semi-annual cash dividend of
FIVE (5) 1EH CENT.
was declared oat of the net earnings of the
past six months, payable on demand.
C. H. RAINR. Cashier.
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Stocks, fug. Long and BhortTime. Send for
Prtoe (Milan tl P. HART A IO. 146
Waahlnaios Miroof, I'UII'tUII, 11.1,
Refereane American Knchange Nat') Bank.
DIt. 11. L. LAiSKI,
FtiTglclan, Nnrgreon and Accnncber,
RKUIDKNCK AND OFF10B,
813 Main Ntret, .Hr.l'aloa,
Telephone No. W-
TO HAVI KCSLTHTHC LIVCN MUST RC IN OSDfJ
IttKlUliahifiKoniMly lur I.tvtr('iiilniutitul iimmuM
by iririiLfffxl or trrpi! ivinitiiiuti ut tlm l.ivrr. tm ln
prptiti. ('oniitliititloit, Hiliuuii'"'!', ,fftnryirfl, MtTwIw fn
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Imnttie nlixar), ntr'mrttiit tlm HV'twi, neia-ti 4l)i'ffun
AN INVALUAULB FAMILY MKDIOINIO.
rhouAflndfiof tefitlmonlaliiprttjH Hn merl
Mbmpbib Ottt Frac arch Ohhsral Ins. Co,
1 T. - .A J L LI . ,
aUMPHis, lN., July., iioet.
AT a meeting of the Board ol Directors
held this day, a Cash Ditidsnd of Klvi
Pr tsal. on the capital stock of Ihe oom
pany waa declared, payable on deieand.
By order ot the Board of Directors.
NAPOLEON 11II.1., l'r.iidcnt.
Attest: llgrr rt J. Ltnn. Caahlcrj
III aajeran XCpC
f m THU I.IVKH, m nHl t
I H tiik KiiwHrKYS. A 1 3 a B I r
rxill'. llOWI Ut.
A P0HIT1V8 CURE FOH
riunr. ! line to two tcHspnnnfnl,
iliiiMlno Data Okciiahu Halts In
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
N ew and Latest Stvlcn Stork.
Type, New Machlncrf.
OFFICE Room 1 (new) Cotton Lxchaugo Ituildln. Teleiihuoc 605.
AW.T. I AHAETfM
Nnrlh Brlllah anil Mr" Fqallnltle r aiaabTllla....t 7,0M
ranlllst (nearly) tSS.OOO OHO Huaitllls ,f Knoi lllr... 16S,4
Wratritewirrur Mow York l,IIJ,rtli Fhusnia or Hraeklia (Ma-
l aloa or alitor ula ......... l,140,ls rine Department). a,M0,4M
Aiucirlrau ftlnrrly I'empasy, nnhln Hoada of Saratyahli.
All classes of property Insured. Special Attontion given to insnrlng Country Ster;
New York Life Insurance Co.
NTK ANI MTOCK HHOKKR.
ALABAMA Ml GOAL
rates to those who desire lo try il. Mprrlal Haloa Io all rjioluta on jaallroadra
loaAllnrc oil! ol Mvsuplilit.
P. M. PATTERSON St CO.
tr The copartnership heretofore existing between 0 II. IIKAOKKTT and UOBBKT LOCK
WOOD is this day dissolved by mutuiil consent 0. II. llrac (ett retiros from the Arm an
Hobert Look wood assumes all the liauilitioi and collects the iudehtedness due the Ann.
jignedj C. II. IIHACKKIT.
In retiring from Ihe tlrm, I cordially bespeak for my successor the liberal patronage
heretofore eztonded the late Orm. Itjignedl C. II. VKACKKTT.
LIVERY, BOAltDING AND SALE STABLE,
!. 321 Scfoiul (SI roe Kfeiiiphiti, Tenn.
arFliia Btook.u Btyllali n7ta.x-xioxi.tsB.-aa
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
IB. O. SEMMES tSo OO.
T. B NIMtS, I'rra'l. UIO.ARNOLO, V.-Prei'l, W. II. HERICDiY.tM'y.
CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
W Country Ntoron, Dwelling and UinbowM a Specialty
9ar Iommo iidjiistcil 1'roniptlY, and Paid ai Memphis.
TY e al f luu at ivo Ull a lKft
W. P. DuNAVAN f
Manufacturer of Alabama Li mo,
HEW F, It PIIP, P'iUTf.ANI C!KM EHT,
ItM h I.INIWtaN, KOSEIAI.E t'KMKNT,
III.HKY TOPS, J.OIIINVII.LK ..1lE.Vr,
I, AW IV V ANION, PLANTER PAIIIM,
TILE, Fllti; CLAY, 1IAIK and FI1IE JIRICla, Ele.
352 ritONT STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
WE ARK IN DAILY HBOKrPT OP DKSIRABLK HPKI1VM tlD NVlMBa
WltOlsN, whloh we offer to th Trade upon tke most favorable terras. Uar price
wllieompare lavorauly with those ot any market in the United hUtes. We are AgenU for
TeuuoHMe MunuiuGtariiig Co.'g IMuI.Ih, Drills, Miectliiir, Khlrtbg, (.
T.T1 rVtTVT (OIVT tH OAtiW. .
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,00f,
I. K. HODWIN, Pree't. J. M. GOODHaV VIce-PrCB'U C. II. RAISE, CaabJi
Board of Direotora. '
J. M. OOODDAR. J. R. ODWI.
F. M. RKLHON,
T. B. 8IM9.
J. M. BMITH. CIIARLKH KNKT,
W. N. W1LKKR80N, R. T. COOPER,
JOHN ARMISTKAD. . B. HHKAn.
aa-A Depaaltarw ot lh Hlal of Taaaeaeea. Traaaaata tsXMiral
H. ana rlM WswntIi.1 Allwetl illa.aa.-a
R ETHEL Classical and Military ACADEMY
In a country noted for beauty and health. Course of Itudy, 10 branches, surpassed Im thor
oughness by no academy in the tlouth. Medical and Law Courses preparatory to the Uni
Temity of Virginia. Hoard, tuition, medical attendance, half session, la. Ho eitraJ.
Ad.lrcss Mnjor A. 0. BMITH, Bethel Academy P. 0.. Fanou'er ennnty, Va.
IWBRI&CU! imi ST
And Cominlssion Merchants,
ICos, 31 and 30 Madison Street, JlemphUJ
BY THK nARHFL OR 'R-0 OHIO
harrnl Inla delivered in the al Mr. In
J. W. RICIIAHnsO. J. T. DCIFIV.
SIMH, JUIIW AKMIMTKAU.
M. (IA V1N. y. w.
. TY M AUUil
W. P. DUNAVAHT,
R. 1, BLACK.
H. B. OOtmN.
A. W. SKWHI M.
UeW Bugs rag
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Latest Novelties in Footweir
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
AQKNT3 FOR TUB FAMOUS
VV. L. Douglas $3.00 Calt Shoel
In ButUm( Lace and Congress.
ar Illustrated Catalogue and Price-Lift
Mailed Free on application. -ma