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MiU'iilS, Tl-IXIV., SATU11DAY. AUGUST 7. INS,';.
UETTIXG 0 1 itlk FOR TUE PRES.
McMIllIn, of Tennessee, on the Sub
sidy (ofniioa- Saulbern Poi-tul
Pointi-Cap tal Xotcjt.
ISrlCTil TO TH JTPltAL.l
Waphikoio.s, Auuust G Rrp,efn
ta'ive lianda 1 l-t for Ir mi this lifter
noon, acd his family ill fo'.ltjw to-
mcrrow. Ifr. Rmdall his been in
vited 10 p'rt'cipato in the mojs'nr
demors rt:o-i, wuicn h to be new in
Chicago pn tle 14 h ine' , in favor of
Wichafl lavit ih uair is in the
bands of th" united Irish anocutions
of the country, and it in ixnec ed that
st least 10 000 will be present. Ab
Sullivan and Kgan are at 'he head of
the inovauint, the invitsti 111 t Ran
dall is awurued to bf g formal notiti-
' ca'ion to the Democrat c pmy that in
the cf xt raiijpa'L'.i the I'ennsvlvauia
merabtr muRt r,e ttie norciin.5e, or eise
the par'y c nnr.t hops to uet tt e Ir.eu
vo'e. Mr. Randall bus accepted the
inviiat'on, acd will go t) Ch;ca:o and
make a ape-ch. R 'pre3ent'ive Mc-
Acoo ef Kevy Je Bey, win efo oe
presont by invitation" and deliver an
CCiNGRKSSMB LEAVING VOX THKIB
Only half a dczn matrben were at
the House t iday. llie Jlal'8 01 too
gr. ss presented a t-estited pppear-
ance. only the pitc end laoirers
beinx feeu. 'II11 iSi.e.kei'rt t bin w.s
cleared of all b'lb for tt:e first time in
the history rf Oncrtss Ths ws
due ti the nuw rule, which ntovide
that each measure coming frjui the
Seiato Btiorjid he refrir'tl to torn
miitecs in.t.udif beinw ftret c nsil-
ered in tne House, or duuni t-ie of
Wh in. TLe r uml) r of bill
pocketud hy the rres'iljnt ws
fifteen, inclri'ling Morriso-i surplus
resolution. Unl k9 previous R"enons,
there was ni tfiii-ral linbibir.g of
liquo'S and the a 1 night Feancsa of a
iJjnnjbr.oV fair w?'e ci ns.oicuously
ab.etit. iiVerythmi? moved witu
c'ockwori criler. Takn elopethi-r.
the session lived a d cent life and
rled au hoio;f.b e dna h. The 11 me
Poeimaiter hud been notified up 10
not n today of 175 members who l ad
departed and 10) morn wiio would
Bee before tomorrow meriting.
JNot trty members will reman
over ten dys, mid not one
ha? givfn notice tint he wctid stiy
hi-ra duri (i mi inner. Altbntin tunny
will retmrj ul i' terva s to lock alter
appointmcr f, f "iy i-'etiHtrH lud ltft
np ti 1.0 n tod y. 'Ike ejt will ko
wdhin a Vrvek. No member of t-ithtr
House is ot.rl -r-.A to hia loom by i.te,
nDdSt-nat- Ki-dli herder had tecov
eted f 0111 litn nucr.ij dnces a. the
clo e of jter.l..y'a s ssi n. All is
quiet a or if the rotom ic.
l'ASSBD THB HOUEE.
In tre dymz honri of tie se 8 on
yesterday C mgie sman McRa, of Ar
kansas, taiiid np the t liowinjr, bill,
wrinh was pHfset br he Hoiire:
Be it enacted, etc , Th t the terms of
trie Litcu t anil JJiulr ct U u ts of the
Ubit'd 8t t b for tt e i'.as ern Judicul
Dittrict for ti e S ata of Arkansas
shall be htld tivict in each yeir in the
city of Trxrkara, tnitiad of t ieEitt
ern jihiu:ih j s nc, romroPLCintt on
the stcjrd Mondnye in Janoaryaod
July, to be kron rb the Ttxaikani
JJjvmon ot said cis ri.t.
1C. t. Toat all pr jies, civil and
criminal, ajjaiii't or by ptr-ons resid
ine in the e UTtii s of C'rlumb a, How
ard, It"ropBt'lfld, Lj.ftyctte, Lit'le
KiVtr, Mi ler, Acval, U lanluta, fike
and Sevitr, shall bimadi retain:b'e
to mud cru ti !CRpe:tively at fa d city
Sue. 3. Thai the cl rk of Ihs 10 1 ts
for fjaid di t'ict fl a 1 ciin ,int a d puty
for the taid division, who Bhfill keep
an rm :e ontn at all 111114s in the city
ol Tezarkena ard tha 1 there ke p the
recotdiariu nks apner'a't ing to the
conrt authorized by thn act.
the eunnoY qukstion.
In the cirsirghouH yesterda.. 5Ir.
WcMillio, of Tnnfssei1, prssintad
frim the Cnmmitte on tho Amniean
Ship Building and Ship Owning Ii
toreets an advcr. e report on Mr. Meg
ley's bill g'ing a subsidy ti Ameri
cans of hi) ceuts a ton for lathlOOO
riii ei traveled in any th p between
this and fo'eign coot tries. Mr. Mc
Millin made a very exhxurtive and
able report. He stated that it would
C03t fU.300,000 per annum if the bill
were passed. ThsUni'ef Slates does
17 per cent, of foreign shipping now,
wbeteaa before the war i' 85 did per
cent. There is a autsidy given by the
French Government neariy analogous
to Mr. Negley's propose a bill. Re
ports made by onr Cjuru s in French
ports shows thtt this subsidy had not
accomplished the resn ts expected.
Mr. MiiMiiiia showed tht tbe Ger
man Govsrnment, without a subsidy,
. had made more progress and
' been more properoui in itfl ship
ping interests thn theFretch Gjv
ernment, who bai tbs subsidy.
Mr. McMillin also qno'ed a le'terfrom
the Seen tar y rf State, addressed to
the President, on tbe Bnbjent rf sub
sidles, in which he showed that we
are now getting the benefit of the sub
sidies of other nat!ons, wi'hout hav
ing to pay out cf tbe Treasury f jr it.
Gontrry ti expfc'at ors, the "French
bad enriched tbe English ship build
ing interes's at their exp-nse by div
ing snbsidb s. 1 he French hid found
that they could heitur afford to buv
f hips on the Clyde and get one ha f
tbe subsidy than buy in France and get
it all. The report concludes wi'h tne
statement that undtr our form of gov
ernment the best interests of tbe peo
ple were most surely subierved by
protecting unr citizens in tbeir life,
liberty and pursuit of happinf s, and
allowing them to select and pursue
their Tocition without rich ii fluenceo,
and without increasing the prosperity
and wea 'b of one citizen at the ex
pense ( f another.
POSTAL ORDERS FOH TBX SOUTH.
Fourth Ga s Pi tmaster Appointed.
Lawrence R Dvis, Athens, Ala ;
Chas. T. Rius, Chenberg, Spruce Pine,
Ala.; Vm. D. Acker, Moody, Ala.;
Perry W. Weeks, Avondaie, Ala.;
Noble Carter, Lincoln. Ark.; Jas H.
teas, Marvell, Ark.; Wi'lis W. Jack
eon, Sr., Bone, Ark.; Sterling B. Lit
trel, Zei-p, Trnn.
Star Servire Changes. Alabama:
Lexington to Joseph, bom September
1st, tednce service 10 two ti ipsa week;
Lexington to Andeis.m Creek, from
September 1st, increase service
tt tin trinn a Wnek. Ar-
kansa: Malvern to Poin 1 Cedar,
from Angnst 9th, tncreasi seryice to
three limes a week ; Brookland t
Lake City f rem August lti'h, charge
snrvice to embrace and begin at Bay
Point, iiro'jkland, decreasing distance
tkree niibsj Center Point to Center
Ibint from Aug iht 10"h, incrns eir
vice to twice a week : Murion 'o Craw-
ftrr'sville from Angnst ltith. increase
wrvie to six tmusa wer-k: K etoM,
Qi vles fnm August llth, ir C"easi
8!rvioe 'o six times a week, lenm-n-hp:
Mavnstd vile to Jackfb roinh
fen Au?u 1 10 h, embrace Hittm iker,
bstween Agee and W L it an, iiT as
i;g dis'anre one n ile and a half.
S:ar Servxe Dmroiitnu-d A'a-
bum: She'by Ir n Works to Coluoi-
b. ni, frrm Auiist S h.
P.'ttofli Discontinued ArVn-a':
Printer, Desha couuiy, mail to K -d
Btar Pervire Estiiblished Alabama:
Try. by Shiriwy, ti Wineard, t'.irtneo
mies aud back, 01 ce a week, by a
schedule of depa r:uiea and arrivals Bet
ipti t iry to the dpaitm?tit, not t ) ex
cel three houro' running time each
waf, f'ora September 1ft to June 80th
Hail Messenger Sarvice E tabiiBhed
Hiry'and: i'roppe, Tjilbot comity,
f on Kirby's wharf, tnree mi ea, as
of'm m rfqnitcd, from Ju y 9 h.
Mi eisi ipp: : Mour:d Lird nz, Bolivar
county, from Louisville, New Or'eans
ard Texas rail ou t, ai often as ro
Mail Messenger Pevi e Discon
tinued ArrtaosaH: (irand Lak, Obi
cot county, frrm tt amb at lauding.
vVaKklnalon Airedjr Frrllus the Ef
locm of Hie AIJouruiiiu(.
Washington, Auijubt 0 Alraady
Wsiiing oq lag beua to fed tbo
ffecB0l the"cljournmentof Conire,
nl tbs broad bvmues and s ree's
whicl for th i pas' eight months have
bienlivtly wiih tha lmndsom' jqaip
p:ges of e'enators, and the bum der
vil ice- of ui'mburaol tne l;wer h .use
of Coig'e-ip, tao rtsumed their sum
mer a r of qu et'ide 'lh" Capital to
day was wed nign diverted. Tim few
Congrsaemea wt-o visited the buiioir.g
did s merely for tbe 1 urp sj i f su
pe inte-iding the packing t ihe r 1 a
pers. 'Jin comtii't ee ildrba were
cio.-in'i up dockets o! the stssi n, aud
various newcpipr-r 111 n leuia lit-d
thtoutli thocjird rrn vamW Beekiui:
f r an item of inierttting news or gos
Bip. N; errors have been fiiui.d in
any rf the eur' 1 ed hilie, and the en
roling clerki attribute this to the f ct
that, ihe I'resi len' win d not bn hur
ried intitho cousideration of bills pt'rj
fented to him. 'f i.ere ws, tl e-e'ore,
bat little W Matin n enact d during
1)10 c'os ng ho us of the te Bion, aiul
the clerkB were not nuuu'y ns ed in
the perfnrmar.ee of their dnti' s.
Noiuinntlona Lett Over by llie Men
Ble. WrA9iiiNGTb. Angnat 6. Tbe fol
Icwiug are amotg ihe nomi atiuns
S"r.t tu t! e Soi-ts whi'h remain un
Bcteiuri'n: Dabney II M-inry, 'o he
Eavoy Extranr Jinory to Col. inbia;
Joth C. rStiio ds, Chief Justice of Ari
zona; VVm.' G. Lingfird, A siciats
Jus ic of Washington Terri'cy , G ;o.
W. Ju iw, Sii'veyor General of New
Mexico; Jar. Ourrao, Supervising In-Br-ector
cf Steam Versus fo" the Third
D. strict; Lewis G R ed, Consul at
Barbtdoes; O ti E. R -imer, Cor.sul at
S.ntiago-dH Cuba; Samuel G. L ver,
Rcc3iv;r of Public Mem ye as Valtn
tine. Neb ; Oiivtr Shain- n, Eeceiver
at Noith Pl.te, Nrb.; Kel.-oa F.
Ayers, Collector of Inter jal Rtvenu
fi r Kfns'S; Ttos. Co per, Co leitr of
Icteriinl Uevenne t r ihe E g ith Dis
trict of l i no 6 ; G.iftaug Van Ho sh
eke, United 8 tei A'torniy fir tbo
8cu harn Di triet nf Illioois; R. B
Pie s n'p, United 8-atos Mrshal I t
the Extern District of Louisiat.a; T.
W. Sat', Ui tid St t-s Martial for
thi Ei s ern D 8 rict of Virginia: T. B.
Yince', Uoi ed Slats Marjhal for t ie
Wt stern D st ict vt Tennessi e: J. M.
Adams, R g s'er of the Land OHie at
Spokar e Fas, W. T. ; S. Bu-rh, Keeis
ter of the Laid Oili e a . Vahntine,
Neb ; H. Rinebart, Register of the
Land Olliue, Lngrnde, Ord. ; T. A.
By.nes, Indm Agen', Ynkiina
Atency, Wy. j B. Coffno, Indian
Agent, Urn .tilla Ag ticy, O.-e.: I rrel
Green,Ind an Agaut, Li-Sctou Agency,
D. T.; T. M. Jonts. Indian A.ent,
Short horn Agei cy, Wyo. ; J. I. Mc
C ane, Indian Aj.ent, G'and R ndo,
Ore.; W. L. oell, Indan
Agen, Neah Bay Agency, W. T ; Ja
sou Wheeler, Indiin Agi-nt, Warm
Spring Agercy, O.e.; O. S. Yat a, In
dian ,nt, R und V.lloy Aincy,
Cl.j J.W. Able, Postmaflter, Auburn,
Id. ; E. W. Brown, Pes master, Co um
b'a City, Ind.; J. S. Bardon, Postmas
ter, Superior, Wi.; E W Callis, Pott-mast-r,
Martinville, Ind. ; R. T. D b
eon, P. stmfs e', Bjwlu g Green, O ;
W. Groome. Postraas'er, Vicksburg,
Mir-s ; W. H. Gillespie, Postmaster,
Dayton, 0.;J. E Joubp, Pjetma ttr,
Portfg. Wis.; J. 6. PrettJP, Potnu
ter, boelbina, Mo.; E A. Ri8, Post
muter, Tuscumhia, Ala.; J. O. Ri'ey,
Poitmas'er, Cncrnnaf, O.: John
Shaw, Postmaster. Vanwert, O.
Tne following is a list of tbe rejec
tions: Clinton Rosee, postmaster, De
kalb, Ind. ; C. W. Button, postmaster,
Lynchburg, Va ; E M. Kiomrm, poet,
maa'er, J.ckfooville, III.; G. W.Bell,
postmaster, Webster Citv, Id. ; Geor-
Wise, poetmaiter, Hamburg, la.; H.
H. , Porter, postmaster, Dowagiac,
Mich. : G. P. Sanf rd. postmaster, Lan
sing, Mich. ; J. C. Wise, postmaster,
Maakato, Minn.; A. b. Keitb, po t
master, Demson, la ; F. W. McCetry,
postmaler, St. Albans, Vf,; Harry
Hill, dob mas'er. Oatsiill. N Y. : An-
Mass j John Zeeman, poetmnster, Dan
l'on, la ; Abraham Rose, postmas er,
Vinton, la : John G rode, Solicitor
General; John 0. Sh ads, Chief Jua-tic-.
Arizona : O. R, Pollard, Af sod ate
Jusiice, Montana: R. S. Dement, Sur-
TT. . W 1 III I
veyor uenerai, utan; r. o. nuson,
Assaver. D.-nver.uoi.s J. n freeman.
United States Marshal. Western Dis
trict of Tennessee; C H. Chase, Col
lector of Internal Revenue, Maine ; E. 1
P. Pillsburv, Co lector of Internal
Revenue. Third D strict of MeS ajhn-
setia; Thomas Hanloo, Collector ot
Internal Revenue, Seventh District of
Indiana: w. T. Bancroft, collector 01
Customs. District nf Huron, Mich.; A.
Delard Gnernon, C 11 ctor of CoBtoms,
DiBtriet of Minnesoa: O.H.Potter,
Indian Agent, Omaha and Winnebago
Agency: t. W. Beane, Kegister ot the
Land Office, Oxford, Idaho; J. O.
Matthews. Recorder of Deeds, Dis
trict if C-.lnmbia; Second L eotsr ant
J. F. McGain to be first lieutenant.
Bcaata Miller the Ieomrr-
Washihoton. August fl. 8enator
Miller say, the notion that the 0 eo
mareiiine bill was emasculated in the
Senate, or materially weakened in a.y
war. is without foundation, wnie
the lartners had fixed upon a 5 per
cent, tax, and while he worked to ae
cu'e it, still the rate of tax was not
the 'important feature of the bill.
The evil sought 1 1 be cured was the
praclics 01 putting on the markst un
der the anise and in tha came of
bu ter, a variety of fraudulent lmi a
iions. The m tchinery devi .ed to pre
vent thin, Senator Miller says, is
retained in all its rigor in the bill ts
it becoxes. a 'aw. 0i-tn rraMne arid
all imitations c f but er mut-t hence
firth be put up in stamped aud
b'anded pr.eki g-n, and murt itaud 011
ili-Mr own m-ms. Tiio pmi.ties f r
vioUtion B'e s ive-e, and the maohi
nery for ihi" id t cti'in of evasion aud
f ir tht enf 11 vein-11' of ihe law is flf
rer perf c inn as rh- t xp riipen of
the Intirnul R-veiine D -i artn em
conld invent. Ooe im-id- ntal, but
v-ry important result of t'n pas-age
of tne act, hetay, will le the. aid it
w II furnish 'o lat anthontitm ti
cary out t'n ir own laws o'i lh Biih-jei-t.
Heretofir', hs-wever Br'iigtnl
ihe State law may lnvei be-n, it haj
b en extremely uillli-u t-o'ie: imp r
sibli' io exei-i.t i it, bv r-'man tf ths
f .ct that imiratious 01 b itter ruwle ia
neighborirg State' riitii.) come a ros
the border undia 1 -ueil, rid tie e
was no way except by ihemical f inly
b;s, both expensive and rjlow, to dstect
Aptlna KvcrelMrjr vl Ibe Navy.
WAsniNGTov, August C Commo
dore J. U. Wa'ker ib Ac itrg S cetary
of th Nvy in tha ab.-once of Scte
Kcvenae 'fllx-lora AppoluItU by
WAfinxGT .n, Aug it (i. The Pte8!
dent today appoii t.d Tnomua Coop- r
to be Collect ' of 1 1 ernal Revenu-tfor
the Eghth Di trict f Illmis, a d
Ke sou S.tcetsiu to t e Uolin tor ,f In
ternal R-venue for tbo D H ticl ol Kan
SkS. The above were anong the
nominatiors upoa which the Senate
fd ei to act.
Iti-lnrurd to II l llutlra.
Wasiiisot n, Ang'isi (1 Mr Jos ph
S. Midr, C. niQiiia-o 11 r of I nenul
Ravei.uo, hs le.urneJ t Wnstduiitoii
Irom lis iom-t 11 Wtst V'ir,iiiiin,
where he was tallod b,' the tkalh of
his fa her.
New Htlonil Unnb.
Wasuington, Au, 'us' 0 Toe C inp
trollwr ot tie htrranty t d .y ant or
izod the Firs Nt.iouu Bu.kof Siult
St. Marie. Mich, to login husiiefs
wiih a tapita! of jfrO.OOO.
Tha Ilecurd of niaiiruMi,
Washington, August (i The lecord
of the present O rnarefS (ills 830 prinled
ig e, in t ii.c n. ling the index and
the appont'ix. Tliit exceeds ihe iec
ord of ariy piecli.ig BiB.-ion of C011
Rrets. r.xllrpHllmi of fleuro I'licnmonlii.
WsiUNGTOS, AuiriiBt 0. Comniif
sioner Cjhuan liai prop.rod a drcu'ar
co it lining rule 1 and renla'ioiin f. r
fi-operali m between Uc;iied Satra
Department ot Agiiiittine and the
au i oritie8 of tho severa1 States and
T-irii ories fo' tho snppr. ssii n and ex
'.iipoti m of c jntng ons ph u o pti-u-mooia
of cattle. Ti.e circular q in'e-s
tne prnvii-O'is ol thu iaw approvad
May 28, !KS4, and uf that approved
June 3, 188t, ths 1 hi t r eppropriatittK
$UK),000 to be employed lu such mi n
ner as the O. iiinrss.onHr may think
best to prevent the ajrread of pit u ,0
FreparatloBH for a Haiti Old fault
IsriOUL TO THB AFPIAL.I
Helena, Auk, Angu t 0 A ln.rge
and eut.u.i .8 ic crowd of Heleniuns
assemhled on the pub ic fqinro last
night for tbe purpose of taking tbe
initiatory slops ti get up the grm hs'
regu ar old faahion. d S u hern b-r'oe-cue
tbat evtr was kn wn. Tliei.fl ir
will be Btriity non pohtiua1, aud
em uh provisions will be fumis ied
10 leed 20,000 people. An Executive
Commitiee was ai poin'ed, who only
wo ked a thort time today end nil :
ceedi'd in te.tiirgs-vral huudiel d il
lera sub'crib .d to ti e fund. Attorney
G neral Ga'laid, S nii'.ors Jintsand
Bery, and a hos' f d BtTgnishni men
f.om all pa ti of the S mtli will be in
vited. It bids fair to b'. the trrandeat
thing in i's line ever tuld iu th?
A MlIRDEft MVS1IRY
Cleared Up bjr the irlncovery of a
Nabhvillk, Tenn , Augmt 6. A
spicial to the Lnion In m Atlanta, Ga.,
says: Today, while wo kmen ware
digging up some piping under tha
back s t-ps of a Collins sired brothel,
they were shocked to come amis ibe
1 keitton f a man The pecu Lr p ace
in which tbe skeleton was found sog
gi-sted a m dnight irugnlr in tbep'ace
overed up by ths bur. si of tbe victim
near the back do .r. Detectives who
have bean put on ths cif-e al ege that
they have a clew, which in time will
be unfolded. In 1872 the e came to
the old Amtrcin Hotel a flshy
si ranger, who registered under the
name of Y. E well, and forawtek he
spent money lavishly, when he disap
peared. It was known at tbe time
that the last plac he was in was this
Collins street establishment. Letters
from tbe New York he use which ha
represented and from bis le atives in
Yonkers, inquiring for him, had to re
main unanswered. Tre po ice now
thiok that this skeleton furtishis the
clew to E well's disappearance.
"Oar Baby's First Year,"
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble in'ormatioo; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent st .11110.
. 11 - . T J l 1 1 l. -
Auurroi ivwu tx varnncH, urr. hiiuiu
Exchange Building, New York City.
Bnrdered Ufa Fatber.
Cuvslanb, O., August 6. A Nob'e
county farmer named Thomas R geis,
quft'reled with his son Jacob yester
day while both wera Intoxicated. The
sen attacked bis father with a pruning
knife, disemboweling him and causing
a most instant des h. Ytuig Rogers
is in jaii at Alcameda
LcttDBoao'a perfnme, Edenis
Lund Dorr's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundbora's narfuma. Lilv of tha
Valley. . . . .
Lundborg's perfume, Marcbal Niel
The Typhoid Fever at Flttabaraj
Pittsbobq, Pa.. Auzust 6. Six new
cases of typhoid fever and two deaths
were reported today. The epidemic
seems to be abating.
Foundations, cellar wtUa aid balld
nn subject to overSotr shaald bs con
structed with LotUarlUs Ciaisnl. It li
Double Tragedy Canard by Jealoaay
Wailact own, Pa.. Angnst 6 Jre
Mi-Lain fhot and killed Ella DaVia,
this aftornoon, and then shot himself.
Jealoiny was the cause.
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POLITICS M ARKi SAS.
INCREASED ACTIVITY II BOTH
'1 lie Corirresnlonal Oii'lonk But Lit
tle Show for the HepnM cans
Their Plan ef Operation.
IsrtcuL to Tea iri-ni,.!
LittlkRoaK, Aak., Amust 6. As
tiio full cltcrion in thia ,S a. a draws
t er ir created activitv U ii -vdi),.ing
with b ith tne Repuhlirau and D-mo-catic
parii'S Judge tircg!, of F.iy
e tevi le, Rt-puhlican cat di date for
liovcmor, sy in li s lot ei ot n.ccpt
aucs. that he will he cmnpdled to
rest his ewe after mak tig a merely lo
cal canvass. This is a very w se con
clusion on the part ot the Judge,
because, in t'je ti st p!-i' he will
cava iieedlo-s outlay of ni 'tiey, sihi e
diacu-eing political intriiaciea 10 a
crowd ol his ArkansascotiHti.iion'p cu--inzthe
monlh of August s not a dts r
able job by any mains. Gov. Ilugl es
and other inemberBon t'u 1) mooratic
Sta'e tiik-t ate hy ro iihhiii id'o, br.t
have quarter eectntiod . h S nte, and
repurte received fiom thdr pditual
n.o-tings Fpinkof the treat in'erist
citizens are ni inifft ng in the
various 8iibj"cis ti iu aro dia
rusred. The ticket w 11 he o'ected
by at hat 30,000 tm-jnr ly. Sdveral
counties have whr.t ia knnwn as a
l'.i'kal Wheel ticket, l.ut ths is
toinp s'd of r n-gnile Rpublhans
Seeking 'o obtain ollics under a n.iw
name. Too R p lbluan State tii'kr t
willbava m stone tuiturnfd from
now until election Hay 10 m-kj vot-a,
ai d it is the ioteniim t swull ihe
nifjoiitifS in the Ri-puVi.'an c unties
as largely as po sib o i 1 onbr to help
the hocB.-a "get an pprr-p iati:n." hi)
fore tit' National Rn 11 1 can Execu
tive U.smen t ee meets in LSSj, and with
these Lilies an eUort will ou nu'io to
rtrei'gt.n;u weak place in their r.mliB
before the next nati it al caim aiu,n.
TUB C NGKBS3I0NAL KK1IIT
in thisjiistriet is infm-atine b -n.l
prdCHillut. 0. 1. Tt rry, of Litt'e Rock,
the only opponent ot JiyUe R gi r-,
bus been ib Logno c tinry f r the ia-i
thrt-e wcks. To 1 orrow th it c 11 it y
holds its piimaries. Ihe hi'i'et, in
forma'iou nm there tnys Terry In a a
lighting clurico ul crryn g thu iou)
ty. Tbia hr s oeen n gnr.li d an oriH of
JilHgis Rogers's Btroiige.Ht ro.-iti inr,
and if Col. Terry does s.'tcnra instruc
tint s ho wl 1 enttr t'10 cotivoi.tinn
with 6Ullii:ieut rquiiihriu.il to carry oil
the nomica ion. W. W. Wddir1, a
IHani D. mo rit,wf s the lBt 1 x onto lor a
Congressional Repres. n'a ivo tli-u li.ja
end ot the district bus hid, and he
was Bent to C ingress is a compromH
candidate in 1873, defer t iij Jui'go T.
M. bunter. now of tho Kilt 1, 1 ul tt cn
a cit z n of ibis dietiict Ju'g- Gun
ter succeed d Wi'shiro in 1877, and
was our Re p-eseiitative nut 1 1L0
ret.pivrttonmert of the Sato and he
wa" i lacd in the K.fth Did int. The
p Oiilo of Lit'le R ick are (specially
anxiotis that C.tl. Terry should e
ceive ncogni'.ion from the Septmib ir
convention, becau-e they think, and
lighily, too, that he poteeses ahility
with wLich be toul i come aa n a
fetting the world on lire as any man
that Arkansas has font to Congreps
s nce the days of recots'ruc ioa.
TUB HON. HUG It A. DtNSMOHR
of Fayettevi le, is rontoding for Cr!,
Sam Peel's plac . Dinsinore ia yi 11 g,
of flna ability, and, it is. aid, ;s limb
ing thingr very lively 111 in tho F.f h
Didrict for tho venerable S.mi, with
the charjees in favor tt hii difeaiing
liis oppo lent before th conveti'i 11.
His B'lppoit ri a o kickirg mst
Btrenuonaly egi-iiist Col. Flippin, cha'r
man of thaDisiit t Central Commit
te. for certain partial mensurB out
forth for lie purpi sa of helpn g IVel
iu his candiila;:y.
It is said a colored msn is FO'-kirg
notoriety in the district which Cot.
P. indexti r Dunn will continue to rip
reBnt i the ns'ional lrgislaiiir.
Cols. C. R. breck nridiie and TI ours
C. McRie have nt nppotiti n in the
S.co' d and Third Dis rids lespectivo
ly. The Republicans have nothing to
hope f ir from a Congreis onal Btnd
poiut in this State and but little from
county electior s l'u'aski and Garland
are the only counties vd to ho'd Coo
grH9Knal primaties in this dis rid on
tha 9th and 14 h respectively.
Lum McCorklin, a tramp, was
killed by a south bound freight train
on the Valley route late yederday
af ernoon, near Wrightville, th s coun
ty. The Cironer'e inquid ion excul
pates tbe railroad company from all
blame, and says McCorklin jumped
on a movie g train for the purpose of
stealing a ride, fell batwaen the cars
and was ran over.
.a. rjraa, -
of Perry counly,tl lijHtate, 'as today
bound overt 0 aj;il uir;tej n of tbe
United SUtes 0oi tllslhlUei ing coun
terfeit money i n ll'u ;abovt county.
Depntv Marshal Ilkenbun brought
Mrs. Howe and Miss Franklin at tbe
time Howe was lodged in jail, but tne
women were released, their innocence
being proven. Tbe iass is strong
against How, be having literally filled
Perry aril auiroundiog counties with
tbe "queer" before tbe officers got
A THUNDER STORM,
accompanied by onsiderable light
ning, pissed over the city at (t o'clock
this evening. Property In different
paria of town tutlend more or less
from the ivind, and the lightnirg
wrecked tbe steeple of the German
Catholii church, corner of Saventh
and Lonis ana streets. The building
is the fiaest chnrch edified in tbe
State. Three hundred dollars will re
pair the loia to the steeple and roof.
Fatal Colllaloa oa aha Hlacral Ball,
road Negro Barglar Captnrod.
Ibmoial to thi arraaL.I
Birmingham, Ala., August 6. A
collision occurred on the Mineral rail
roid near this city today. Engineer
Ben Jones was kil'ed and both en
gines and several cats are total wrecks.
The other engineer and fireman
escaped by jumping.
Detertiva Sullivan, of tb!a rity,
captured two notorious negro bu glais
at vVoodlawn last night. While on
their way to jail io this city fifteen
masked men took the negroes from
Sullivan and gave them a gcod whip
ping with aw tches, alter which they
returned tbera to the officer and he
lodged them in jtil. Tbe negroes
were canto rd in the ait of breaking
inttl a tale in a store they bad entered.
Tralu Wrerker' a (raced to Ibe
St. Louis, Mo., August 6. Informa
tion was received tonight Irom Mai-
ver , .-rk , I y Tho i bh K- r n g, chief
ol (tie Miw.ruri l'a ilic R.i way Socrtt
Senic , tlia' John idiainx. who was
ar-et d on July Nth for 1 tt. iiio'it'g 10
wrce . a pjes ngrr tr ii on th Ir. n
Mount-iin rr.il on July Sd, by In.--ing
ohs ructiuns on tho tr.:K, wan
tried tr.1i.1v, fi und gmitv, ai d s.-u-t'liic'd
to tin y. a s 111 t ie pe: t 'n
tiary. THICriTlM CASE
NTH. I. I'IK l l, A IIS JliltlMJ
to no l.si i i:iiii,
Ititervtewa Vt llh I rudtna Clllrnm
Hhnl Thry Hiluk uf Ihe
A tlii 1 r.
Max ten, A in list (i Tho Cutting
csso is tt 1! upte-m(Bt. A report r
vidu-il s iie of the American reBi-d-uts
1 1 got ti ir views im'ay. Neitlv r
M nis'er Jackson 1 or Consul (i ir ma'
1'orclie folt a- liber y to say any thir jj
for publ cat:on. Genertl n:ii erir t i d
ent Mclver i r, of the Mex'cai Ce. t 'el
railway, aii he was en ry ihat h 1 mm h
trouble had arisen lioin a ps'ty q rnr
rel bMwien Cutting and Meuim.
Tho geiieial ninniuer 1 1 too Wells A
Faign Kxpreis, Mr.Tinii' r.siid heron
sidi red it a ma't' rol httleimport into;
he thoiight it highly unjint lor Amer
ienn parjers t j aasan that llie'e was 1.0
protection in Mexico for Ain-ri 'Hi
lit zips et ga.'od in hot ' H"s
Cnas. h. Sieger, o. t;t Muicut)
Financier, nvd : I do not tli'nk our
goverrmiont and prp'e read ol
1 ha d Bagroeii'ilo a,.it even chin
geroiii poaifon in which thn
bneniers i' tireets o( Aim' ic!B liv
l g hern aro placed by tha cmi'ii't
ol an adventurer o 1 the h rder who
tries to ti e 1 1 AineMiMU ling lo pro
tect linn in order to r,b nin a li tl.'
notoriety. l'Vdnie R. tluiliaey, the
idtorof t). Mexican Financier, sad
tl at t! is nil i o her 1 auscs on the liur
dt r empha-r'zsd t e nvtd of a speci.il
tri ileal ol mt und o lal chrni'i er t
decide the ques ions d miniiitlly in h
ing Mr. J. M'-rtilla, C'ak, pnl)'is,,er 1 (
the 7Vo A'.p'.Wtcn, mi d when Cut i i g
came to Mexico he hid v liihtiriiy
stil'jiH'ted li nul l! to Mexiiau luw.
Mr. Kiivard'a d 111 1 d s ems to hsv
b-enmaiU in ignori nce of tlij f.ct
thatCuttifg was to te triid fu r acts
eunjiiiiltul in Niex co.
llnva nsi'd Tin (in inn. In isoi ef
m uru'gic Ir n lacho w it'i sue in 1 1
nios' iv-ry mi tint , a though some
of thine were of li ng bliiinling end o'
moai tr iil)i s-niia ci nr. c er.
O. 1). NORTON'. M. I)., Clnoinnnli, I).
trIAMOM) Kri.iny ovoiiImb, Aim list ft,
lHHil, t 7 o'oL.fk, Keeia Dun. ind. nse.l eiuht
een ytari, wil'a ul w. J, lriuuiontl.
Funonil will liikn placs fruiii tier Inle rcni
denco, No. 470 Main utreot, thl (SATUR
DAY) aftorDuon at 3 o'clock. Friend nra
Invltpil t" ntierol
"TIE QTJEE3J 01 TABLE 7ATi,3.,,
"Fare water is ant more intfor
taiit ihiin fiire milk."
New Yorlc Herald.
" The partly of A POL L TKAKIS
t'ffcrs : Ave security against the
dangers which are common to nios
of the ordinary drinking waters."
London Medical Record.
ANIIUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS
ty, 1,7 1 : a, ci s, JriiutM & Mill. II i.Vu. rj
DEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
A Nil KHUN A 1.01)11 H, No.lftH, F. X
niul A.M. Will mart In npeolnl 7
oiimiiiunicinlon this toATUHUAY, If
nmlil. Aug. 7lh. at 8 o'clock, lr
work in tint K.iiUmil apirenllcn lie-' v
grte. II nthern, In.-luilmg Knterod Apprcn
licr. triitiirnally Invitml.
ltyoranr nl OKI). T. BASETT, W.M.
A Hi-it : llonon U. Thiiikb, Hccmtiirr.
Heven Dintinot lo.rtroenU : Acniloiiiic,
K.niriniiBrinff. Biblical. l.w. Pharibm-y,
Medioul, Dental. Free tuition to Iu-
renin in ibeoli.ity aau Manual leohnnl.in .
CfltloKue nent pee on arnilloarion to W1LS
WlLLfaMS, Heoretary, NanhYille. Tenn
To Lcvce Cofitractors.
ABOUT one million flvehnndreii ttioumnil
cubic rarda of leva work In Ibe Yaioo
MiiiliHiiipi Doltn (IJinier) Lerea Dintrict
will be let early in b-iteinbr. Due notice
will be (riven bt iter(lMiuent of the date of
lettina. Koripeolflo Inlormation aililreii tbe
undenicued, T. O DA UN ICY,
Tha only Borfeot aubatltuta 'or Mother'e
nllH. Invaluable in pholara Infantum
na Taothlna;. a pre-dfaeatad rood for Dyar
Kptloa. Opneumptlvee, Oonyaleacanta.
rfoot 4otrI.nl in ail WaatlnB Dleeneee.
Uqulraa no ooolclnff. Our Pool, Tha Oara
and Peadlna of Infanta, mailed tree.
DOUBBW, OOOlJaXJI al CO.. Boetoo. Maaa.
W. II. BATES.
at. c. Toor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
New and Latest Styles Mock. New
Type, New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing all
Dlt. It. L. LAsKl,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoocher,
REBIDBNCK AND OFFICE.
313 Main Nirest. IVenr llulou.
Telenhone No. 88.
Miarais Titt Fi-a irni Uaaaati. Ink,
.tm.. 11. . . a .
vui.'D, I. iiii.ui.mu unci,
AT a wieetini of the Board ol Dirrr-i rl
held tbia day, a Jaih Divide nd of t iv
fr eul, on the oamtai ttock ol the Dull
pan? wfui declared, ay .ble on deieaud.
By order ot the Hoard of p.rei-torii.
NAfOLKUN UII.L, Pn-eident.
Attaiti ilixar J. limn, Cubier.
vaBY . f .
.4 EV.ARVEL OF PURITY.
Royal a Perfect Itakii.g Powder Absolutely
Free from Lime.
The Royal flaking Powder is considered hy nil ehemista
and food analysts to lo a marvel uf purity, strength, and
wholesoiiieness. Furthermore, it is now tho mly 1 taking
powder before tho pulilie freo from lime and al)soluttly pure.
Thi.4 is duo largely to tho improved method by the use
of which it has been made possible to produce a perfectly
pure cream of tartar, from which all tho lime litis been
This chemically pun cream of tartar is exclusively
employed in the manufacture of tho Royal l'akiug I'owder,
so that its absolute freedom from lime ami all other
extraneous substances is guaranteed.
Professor McMurtric, late chemist iu chief to the U. S.
Department of Agriculture, after analyzing many samples of
cream of tartar of the market, testified to the absolute
purity of that used in the Royal Raking Rowder as follows:
. "I have examined the cream of tartar manufactured by
the New York Tartar Company and used by tii Royal
Baking Powder Company in the manufacture of their bak
ing powder, and iind it to be perfectly pure, am, free from
limo iu any form.
"All chemical tests to which I have submitted it have
proved tho Royal Raking Powder perfectly healthful, of
uniform, excellent utility, ami free from any deleterious
aubatance. WM. McMUKTRIE, E.M., Ph.D., .
Chemist in Chiif U. & DcpH of Agriculture?
GEilRMi INSURANCE AGENT.
OfcTU'E Kmim 1 (uew) Cotton Exchange Itnlldlng. Telephone M5.
ANNETA). I ASM K I SS
Ifurrli llrin-li nml St or. I rqnltablc af Ifaahvllla l7.a
i-iuil .' liHvir'vl tS.t.OOO.OOO Hnwsvllla of Hnoavllla... loil.ttas)
Mt, ..-r.o arw lurk I.Ul.rills flioanlm r Hrwvaily a tMa-
Inl. uk : .1 I. ! I.Un.Woi I rine Department).. -. 4,ei0,Ha
..iiirriimn hurrljr 4'oiupniiy, ifnklDar llouila of Snrelyahla.
All olaisea uf pmporty Insured, fpeolal Attention given to Iniurlna Country Sterei.
Hew York Life Insurance Co.
KOrr AND NTOI'H MKOKKK.
DOAHD OP TIirjTB fe.H.
i sii.ir l iu n l.s m i tri t
JOHN W. COCHRAN,
n ri if ii n "s r. iv .
JAM KH H. U0I1INK0N,
ar DoiHielta reoolved In aaioi ol tl and onward, and Intereit allowed on aama Ssiol-
ar We buy and nell local Inventment Itnn.li and Pecurltlei aenerally, ray taiea, aci aa
truiteei, and, In general, execute any nnanolal bualnen requiring a iaie andrei."OiiM
ar i inm drafU, In lumi to lull iurcbaer, on all parti of Burope.
arWt have a euminodlone Vault for the depoult o valuable!, whloh il at tbe terviee nl
our euatomera, t'rr of tiliarae.
II. P. IIAIrUEN, Prenlilent. EWI). UOLDSMITII, Tlce-PreiilenL
II k HAH
"THE STANIAItD OF THE WOULD."
PARLOtt AND CHAPEL STYLES, 123.00 AND UPWARD.
a-TERM8-Cah, or eaiy Monthly Initallmenti. Write lor llluitr.ted Catalogue.-
O. TSLm HOUOK o CO.
HOLE AMBNIlt nK THE MOUTH WEST,
No, OOD IVCaaln. ASM., XaXoXKiTshiaa. Toun.
a. Itl Helen Slrent, Naenvllla. . lieu Olive M !, a. Loaaa
i a i .. l . T
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. K. GODWIN, Prest, J. M. OOUHUaV Vlee-IWt. C. II. KAINE, Caabli r,
BoaaarcA of Dlraotora,
& a' Vr1 oV'
f. B, 81 MS,
Au i nr. KM rIT
W ti. WILlfcRflON. R. T. COOPER.
j. m, Brariii
inON IBHrVTltin a. H. BRYAN.
aarA Iepaallry af the RUiM of Tauneaae. Traaaaota a MsrweimJ Haaki
atayaianM aaal (leva Mpeialal Allaallaa ao )allocti.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLELIEII'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Not. 326 and 328 Main
ft ARB IN DAILY RECEIPT OP
i....ny -k:.L ' .j r...l.
wUI oompare favorably with thoie of any market In the United Mat.. e are Aeenta lor
Teanetwee Majtafacturlng" Co.'b Plaid, lirllU, slieetliiR, hirtiajr, Et,
XlBMIUOIV J OAT lEI.
J. 0 11ANDWKHR Y
DAVID P. HAIrllK,!..
JAMKH A. OMllKltU.
h K Q00PBA&, J. R. OODWIN.
i, W. KALL,
W. P. DUNAVAaX
R. J. BLACK,
H. K. COKFIN,
A. W. tlSWW'H,
St., Memphis, Tenn.
DK3IRABLB " ,'"Mi
.....n th. mmt tavuraole teria. Our urloat