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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY. AUGUST 10. 18SG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 18
Sbkor Romero, in a letter dated Sat
urday last to a member of the Uni
versal Peace Union at Philadelphia,
says: "I am elad lo be able to confirm
the utterances in favor of p?ace in my
letter of the 5th inslaut. The Cutting
matter will, I have no doubt, be' set
tled in a manner satisfactory to the
government of the interested countries."
Senoe Sevbuno Gonzalbb, the Crim
inal Judge for the District of Sara-
goss?, Mexico, has Just arrived at Pie-
dras Negras under instructions from
the State authorities at Saltillo, with
orders to exhume the bady of Fran
cois Arreaeurs and determine the cause
of his death, and if he is convinced
that the deceased had come to bis
death as repoited to at once try all the
The Philadelphia Record publishes
the figures showing that the stealing
within less than five years of over
$3,000,000 by cashiers, cletks and
others holding positions of trust in
that city has been disclosed, aud that
the $30,000 or co which Bookkeeper
Pierson embezzled from the American
Baptist Publication Society is the
e mall d6 1 amount which a baker's
dozen of defaulters have condescended
to take from tbeir employers.
The famous Rowan caunty war,
which has been a disgrace to Ken
tucky for two years past, is at an end.
Craig Tolliver, the leader of one fic
tion, and Cook Humphrey, leader of
the other, have signed an agreement
to leave the Slats forever, and the
State's attcrnrys have agreed t3 file
away the indictments tgairs'.tbem in
definitely. Tolliver has gone to Texes
and Humphrey to Missouri, where
they will settle. The troopj will be
withdrawn from Riwan county as
soonastheGoTernor's order cin reach
Mb. Fairchim, Acting Secrataty cf
the Treasury, in a recent interview on
financial matters, stated that therj
had been no recent Cabinet considera
tion of the question of bonds rails nor
any decision by the President on the
subject. His (Faircbild's) s'atements
beforethe Stna'n Finance Committee
that bond would he called as rapidly
as prudent alnvnhtra'ion permited
conveyed all that had betndeterm'md
upon the sat j 'ct. The r.mouQt cf the
next call arHcf fecalls lo be is-ued du
ring the sninmer Lad not been a?rje I
upDH and would be decidsd by tbe
financial tta vineuts each month. The
belief is quite prevalent that the calls
will be more liberal in the near future,
That the soldiers have no sympathy
with the drraagoRues who seek to cap
ture the "soldier vote" by pushing ex
travagant pension bills is demon-
strati d by th rerem a ticnof the
Grand Army of the Republic at San
Frauci-.ci. The scheme forgiving a
petition of $8 a racnth to taoh sur
viving sohlii -r and sailor, whether lie
is disabled or not, was brought for
ward by a Representative from Mu si-
chese'ts, wbera, oddly enough, it hia
had its chief strength, and after thor
ough diccu-sion it wai rejected by a
vote of 327 to 86, or almost exactly
four to ono. Such a declaration onght
not to be l ist upon the Blair school of
politicians wl o have bet n insulin;
the soldiers by proposing to treat them
The so called Bilver dollar says the
Philadelphia Timet, that is mads by
arbitrary mat date of Congress a legal
tender for the payment of debts at its
face value is now worth just 71 cents,
In obedience to the demands of the
greed of silver speculators and cbeap
money idiots, the government is com
pelled to coin silver to the value of
two millions per month into these
fraudulent dollar-. The two millions
of bullion now furnish over two
millions and a half of so-called
silver dollar?, anl they must be
eoinei and stored away by the
ord. It seems impossible to induce
the present Cocgri sa to halt tte coin
age of the fraudulent silver dollars
which are not needed as a circulating
medium, bat it would be only decent
on the part of Congress to pass a Joint
tesolution directing the United States
mints to omit the blasphemous lie
flaunted on every seventy-one and a
quarter cent dollar in the motto, "In
God we trust."
Thkbb is more trouble in the Indian
Bureau. DniiDg the last few months
the Indian Office has received numer
ous complaints agnnet tne manage
ment of the Haake 1 Institute for In
dian children, at Lawrence, Eas.,
charging, amorg o her things, cruelty
to tbe children. Col. Grabowski, tbe
superintendent, who is in Washington
on tick leave, left Lawrence on the
3d ins'aot, 1. aving his son in charge.
On recfipt of news of the euperin
tendent's action, the Indian Office
ordered young Giahowski fc turn over
the office to Mr. Jenks, tbe principal
teacher. This the young man
refused to do, whereupon Assistant
Commissioner Atkins detailed Mr. G.
A. Gorman, of the Indian Office, to
go to Lawrence, Kan., and invts igate
the whole matter. In the meantime
Clerk Lambert, of the institution, will
have charge. Superintendent Gra
bowski, who wes appointed from
Georgii, sa!d tea reporter today that
the who'e tronb'e, prior to what has
oocu'reri tince be left home, hia
grown out of 'lie fact that a Kant-as
man w s nor appointed to the p ice.
"On this acc ui't aloi e," fa d tbe
superintendent, "he lncal Dem cmcv
.have antagonized me from the fiist.'' i
THE PL'LiSKI DEMOIB1TIC PRI
MARIES INSTRUCT FOR TERRY.
Wat Worthen Certain of Renomlua
Hon for Sherlff-Tae Contest
in Garland County.
SPKCUL TO TBI iPriiL.l
Little Rock, Abe., August 9. The
Democratic primaries, to instruct for
county offices and Congressmen, were
held in this county today aud tonight.
Col. W. L. Terry had virtually no op
position for Congress. Col. Anderson
Mills and Mr. Will Reeves were prom
inent candidates for Sheritf, bnt the
people, that is, the taxpayers, of the
county are so thoroughly well satisfied
with the pnsact efficient Sheriff, Watt
B. Worthen, that a majority of tbe
delegates will enter the convention
on the 13th instant instructed
for him. He has avowed all
along that he wou'd not be
a candidate, and ha intimated that if
the people, the wh ls people, as it
were, des red to continue him in offire,
he would accept the m ruination. Mr.
Worlhen has made Pulaski county an
ideal officer, and he will not only re
ceive the nomination but tbe elec ion
by a large majority, notwithstanding
tbe Republicans have a majoritv of
about 1500 in the couiity. Col. W.;S.
Oliver, that "lower of strength" with
the Republicans, will probab'y be the
nnrninee of that rartv for Sheriff.
The Arkansa Gazette learns tonight
from L"gan ciuaty that the county
convention which onvenes at Paris
today promised to split up in a row,
the Rjgtri deleg.tts forming one
branch, while Col. Terry's supporters
intend following the same ezami le.
Two conventions with two sets of dole
gatss lo tbe Congressional Convention
will be tbe result. It is said that in
evsry township where the inst.uc
tions givtn by tbe cbaiiman of
tbe County Central Committee
were carred Terry delegates were
elected. This decision was that per
sons who pledged themselves to sup
pert a candidate before the eleci n
were entitled tD vote at tbe primaries.
The fight has now narrowed down to
Garland county and from now until
tbe fourteenth Hot Springs and the
surrounding coun ry will nave a red
hot electioneering time.
AN OLD C:tJNTERFKITEE CNDER A R RENT
Deputy United States Marshal J. N.
Fanlkenburg, of this city, today ar
rived from Lawrence county, this
State, in thargeof F.ancis lluigorferd,
said to be the nldtst counter: eiter in
the country. In 1884 he was sent to
tne Indiana p nitunttaiy two years for
the simn cause that is now opening
the doors of the Arkansas pen'tentiary
to him. He is 75 years of age and
has a Dead of lotig gray hair and a face
full cf vene'ale Itoking wbUktsts,
Toe old laJy Haneerford, as soon as
she learned her nutbsnd was in cbarg
of an officer, procured a pistol and 1 t
tempted ti ahoot the doputv, but sh
was disarmed be'ore any barm 'was
accomplished, ioe old culprit ws
lidged in j til to await the action of
the United States grand jury.
Information reached here today
from Conway, tbis State, to tho effect
that liczier iirown.a negro desnsra-lo
attempted to ac6assinate Mr. Charles
Kfskel, a prominent merchant of that
place, wnile he was en route home
Sdtuidty night list. Blown fird
sh it at Mr. Kaekel as he passed a dark
nll-y, wHoh was ircmp'ly returned,
and another in lapid succession. The
negro mis3td hid mark, but it is
t'tought a bullet horn Mr. Kaskel's
pis ol lodged in his fleeing carcass. A
oo.e wr.t ia search of trie negro, but
tailed to apprcnend nim.
DowuIiik ( Hot Hprlnan Club.
(arlCUL TO THR APPBAL.I
Littls R ck, Abk, August 9 Tbe
Hor Sprns ba-eball nine pesird
through this city last night, en route
tor ort hm th, where thoy mut a
Border City nine nn the diamond to
day, and wtm di-foated hv a t-core of 8
t3 2. This is the first defeat tlie Hut
Sp mgs boys have met with tl is sea
s n, and con i.ierable money changed
nancJH nere on tne result of th- came,
our Bp rting men genera ly bttt ng on
the vdor nine. A large crowd of
spor b accompanied the nine on their
MR. TILDEiVS WILL.
The Document Bead mi Orcydoae
New Ybk, Aunmt9. The will of
namuel J. Ti den was read at Gry-
stone th-B altemoon by Lawyer Janma
C. CarUr, of tbis city, in the presence
of all tbe relatives, except those in the
west, 'roe document is a long one,
containing abou 10 000 words, and
wonld occupy about five columns in
nonpareil vpe of any one of tbe great
were preneut tbe H m. John Bigelow,
Andrew H. Green and Mr. Tilden'e
private Sucre ary, Geo ge W. 8mi h.
Col. 8amul J. 'lilden, jr., who spoke
for the famiiv, said that not a word
about the will could be given to tbe
press. The family had decided, he
raid, that no intimation of tbe terms
ol tbe w 11 should be made public
until it as offered for pr bat, and as
tbe dat had not yet been fixed for
tha', he could not say when it would
be civea to thn nress.
Later. Tbe ILin. Jno. Bigelow was
seen oy a rpi rttr at his home, .No 21
Urameny Place, and from bim was
ltarned tne f illowing farts ahoot the
will: Mr. Bitrelow. Andrew H. Green
and George W. Smith are named as
exe-u'o b and irnniees. All cf Mr.
Tilden s kindred are treneTOus v pro
vided for in this way : The whole es
tats is plac -d in tb hands of the
exe-ntors an trus'ees. Each heir is to
receive an equal share in the line of
his or her consanguinity That ir,
nephews and niects equal amounts
and thiir child en certain amounts',
but thny are to receive onlv tbe in
come derived f om an equal reparaie
st eciflo eutn. the principal at their
death to br niapo'ed of it a manner
wh chvtr. Bgeow could not state.
N.ine of bi-i r lativee, he said, except
Mrs. Maiy B. P. Hon. his sister, are
given any specific bequest torevsr. To
her hebeqn-a hi tt.e residence No. 38
West Thirty errb. st-eetand thaanm
of $100,000 to live upon. All of bis
rel est .t- ex!pt this is placed id his
axecn.on' hmdi t be di-p-sed of as
thuy see Bt, either by tale, rental
or exjliaogc, Grevstone and the
Gam'rcy Park property filing
under the sair.e ru'e Tbe executors
are nrgt, eharged wi h the duty of
tt ng npan fo. bis rela'iv8 the
eum' nam d lor ib-m fr ,m which the
sawia ( .pnn es are to bi derivd.
This dune, it becomes the duty of tbe
executors and tbe trustees to carry
out hii wishes regarding' certain pub
lic benericiarifs. lhey are charged
with the duty, first, of establishing a
tree iibiary in ms native village, isew
Lebanon, also in Youkere, and if in
the discretion of the trustees they
choose to sstabli-h a free library ia
this city, they may do so, and if not,
they are at liberty to use the furds
that a free libi ary would cost in the
promotion . of any charitable
or educat'onal use. A great deal
is lelt to the discretion of
the trustees. In general terms
tbe relatives are handsome'y taken
care of by tbe receipt of specific in
comes, which consumes. Mr. Bigelow
says, an amiunt not to exceed one
third of his estate. All tbe rest and
residue is devoted to tlie public good,
and the tiustees are charged with the
responsible duty of choosing such
methods as shall prove tbe grea'est
good to the public in the disposition of
this property. The estate is not fb large
as estimated by come people. Tne
va'us has been placed at $10,000,000,
but Mr. B gelow says this is double
tie actual value. As regards a pub
lic library for th's city, that
matter is left to the discre
tion of the trustees, both as to loca
tion, size, equipment and cost. Hence
the city will have a library if the
trustees think that the funds in their
bands cannot be uted for the public
to better advantage. Tbe instrument
moat likely will be offered for probate
in this citj, tbe law givirg execu'ora
the right to choose tbe place of pro
bate where a person owns property in
more than one county. Citations will
be issued tomorrow from the Suno
ga'e's Court to aU the relitivts to be
pr sent at tbe probbts. M'. Bigelnw
returned to Grevs one tonight. Col.
TildeD, Gerg H. Tilden, Mrs. Pulton,
the Misses Ruby and SiiBiin Tildeu
and Mis. Hagood are at Grey stone.
FBEPABATIONS FOR THE Jl B
Delegates Arriving to tbe Hint
Ornaa'ats' onventlon Hit
IsraouL to thi appiai..)
Nashville, Tenn., Augunt 9. Da
vidson rounty delegates ti the Guber
natoiiul Conven ion met this morning
to organize. The ur it rule was
adopted, as was a resnlu ion that the
delegation will cast its vots for Geo.
G. Dibrell as long as his name is be
foie the c invention. A caucus reso
lution was ofiored but voted down.
The p'rspects are that tbe unit rule
and t)ib ell rvsolut'on will be con
tested and founht out before ths con
vention. Five Gubernatorial candi
dates are in the city, and every one is
doing qu'et work in hia own behalf.
Col, Lo.ney has three rooms at the
Maxwell House. The American to
morrow will eay thut the 8 ate Con
vention will rtfuoe to sunain the
action r:' thn Davidsou county dle
gation in 'adopting the nnit ru e. '
THE DRDGOIBTS' CONVENTION.
Tbe S-ats Convention of DruggiBts
meets' herd tomo row mornirg. A
large number of delegates are now
here and there will b ful y 150 in at
tsndance. The ohject is to perma
nently organize a a association that
wil protect retail diuvgitts from un
just legislation. Tbe question of me
morializing thn Legislature to reptial
the law parsed at a previous aeaaion
which ex a ta a siloon Hum. se from re
tail drugg siB will receive the greatest
amount of attention. This law, tbe
druggists clam, has imposed gret
hardships upon tlmm, as tey must
piya barroom license whether they
Ball liquor or no'.
abrakeman on the Louiavil'o end
Na-ihvillo roi d, lelt bis huce last
TnojiUy eve:iiag to visit trit-mls in
an thor pat ol the city. He failed to
rttur.i at:d n thing hi s been lie-rd
from bim. l ast Sunday evening th.i
body of a man was fouud in the river
twelve miles below the city by
a par'y of fihermun a' d
buritd i s unknown. It now turns out
to be i he body ol Nokea. Tho Ust
seen rf him he was crosBti e thn rai
road br dge. It Is apposed he full eff
and w8 drowned. A severe con
tusion on the bead leads to tbe beli-i
that he st'uck while fading and was
rende ednncon-c'ous, so that he could
not reach the shore. He leaves a wife
and three children.
"Oar Baby's First Tear."
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information; f rty eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stmp.
AddrfBi Beed & Oarnriok, Mtroaatile
Exchange Building. New York Ci y.
BallraM War at Chleaca.
QttMao, III , Augast .There is
vtly a fair prsapect today that
byt ha and of tbe month i he fare to
iostoa and New York will be lowered
to n minal figures. Th 0t icago and
Grtni Itnnk says it will not recall its
$13 round trip lata, for which it ha
contracted with tbe O ld Fe'lows, and
the comoeting lines say that they have
deter mi iedto make tiie business un
profitable. Fir that reason they will
put in fo ce a round trip ra'e of $10,
and poesibiy lees. A this will not bi
confined to tbe Odd Fdlowa, the out
look is that tne traffic will become
demoralized. Vigorous efforts have
beau made to compromise, but so far
PBBPARB FOB FLOODS.
Foundatioi s, cellar walls and build
ings But j ct to overflow should be c in
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
Hear? Irving; and Brlea lerr at
New Yore, Aunust 9. Ilenry Irv
ing and Miai Terry arrived his even
ing on the suamerFaldi. B. parmla
sion they w re allowed to come t ) the
city on Mr. French's vach E.A Buck.
Mrs Lockwo- d and Mra Wirt Dn e',
of Chicago, met tbe p.rty and became
Mr. Irvmg' g ieita at dinner at the
Brevoirt H use. Miss Terry and her
daughter and J. O Parkinsm, of Lon
don, ho came over on tie ve-mer,
were in the dinner party On WVdues-
day evening Mr. Irving will give a
dinner at Dalnoalce'a to nuaoar of
friends. Miss Terry will proceed to
Newport at once. On next latarday
fortidfht both will sail for London.
Their trp is pnrnly one ol pleaiare.
Mr lrvlnu sh' OK nn neaa in doubt
when wked if he should make another
professional trip t America.
Lohdbobo's perfume, FJdenis
Lundborg's perfume, A p ne Violet
Lundborg'e perfume. Lily of the
Lund bora s penume, warcnai xniei
THE COJDITIOJ OF TRADE
A BOOM FOR THE ENGINE AND
Heavy Increase In tbe Manufacture
or Textile Fabric) Activity in
the Iron Industry.
ISPKCIAL TO THB APPHL.I
PniLADELI'HIA, Pa., Aligns 9.
During the past six days oiders ftr
seventy locomotive engines have been
placed bssides orders for several hun
dred freight cars and a liberal supply
of pas-ei gar and palace cars. Loco
motive and car buddeis are running
fu'l handed all over tbe country and a
steady demand is likely to be kept up
dating tbe winter.
Two meetings of the anthraeits coal
interests were held th's wek in New
Yoik reacting in a heavy rush of or
ders over the aporobeneion that pries
are likely to be advanced 20 to 25
cBQts per ton. The consumption of
fuel, both anttracite aud bitamnotis,
is large and increasing and a heavy
fall and wintet trade is asm red.
Railroad earning', as shown by re
ports from thirty c jmpinis s, show only
a moderate increase lor the South. An
extraordinary freight movement will
brgin about Septembtr 1st. Kiilroid
mHiiegers are confident of incieasing
earuings dining the fa 1 and winter
months. Passenger traffic is also ex
tending on all the trunk lines. A good
deal ot cut ing of rates is going on
among the smaller Western lines, ami
a vigoious effort is b;iugmat"e by tho
railroad manageis to put au end to it
in order that full price may he
rea'izud on the entire f -ill trade traffic.
Thecilicials cf the Kn-'ghtsof Labor
ami the officials of the leading tntdes
unions have taken spt cial pains to pre
vent the breaking out of strikes this
summer and fall. They rccogiian that
it is dangerous to the beet interests of
all concerned t) permit labor agita
tions to pioceed any further at present
exo pt in the way of organization.
Tbe production of textile g iode is
now progressing at a greater rate than
ever. Throagnont New Eog'and
nearly all mil s and factories are run
ning frill time. Idle mills are coming
in; mi'lsonhalf time ate coming in
full. Carpet manufacturers report an
inceaiirg demand f r ingrains, tapes
tries and tin est quali its. The demand
for j-trseys ar.d jersey cloth is fully up
to mill capacity. Orders for upholstery
goods in silk and worsted and for
shawls and all kinds of knit goods
have been accumulating rapicly wituin
a week. Gingham manufactuiers re
port a very heavy dii tribut on and a
steady irflux of orders ButhVicnt to
keep all their mills running, Wool U
advancing steadily undor an adive
foreign and home demand. Ail ol the
cli th mil 8 are coming in on lull time
tor win er and spring goods.
A small boom is making biiRinn-s
biik in thn iron tracl.i. Rn.lrnad
builders have bet n unnblo to soi tirs
supplies for October, the mills being
Overs'ild. German B'eel'is being or
dered ia laig-i qiiantitieB f.om i.broad.
Between cow and Ssptemhor let about
15,000 tonsof brid. e plain and tank iron
will be r ontracted for in Pennsylvania
m ils. Crude iron is strung in price
and tho demand is active. Merchant
b:ir is Blnyg sh but the nail mills are
pmty weil ciowdeu with orders at
$2 10 to $2 20.
Building Btat s'.iits s o.v a general
advance this year over las' year's oo-
eraiions, ar.d l.u ldirir labor is actively
employed iu all parts of the country.
Tieura Killed by the Premature :
liloxlouof the lllal 1'urnnors
Wilt Of HlMHt.
lapto'iLTo tui trru..
BiRMiNutiAM, Ala., August 9. A
npgto workman named Henry Foster
w:;h blown up by an unexpicted blat
n the Jackni n Lime Itoci (j iarry, at
Blount Sprinuf, this alternom. The
8 ;u!l and both jawbones were broken.
Ho was Btill nlivo ai last ucount',
Ik wever. Another nefcro was hurt lees
seriou ly. The blast had gone oil'
when u'lexrouted, and they ware
star.diog over it, trying to 8'e what
the m tt-r was. Both were free men
ttat is, not convicts.
Moat furnaces a-e out of tbe market
now. Borne have sold iron ahead of
tbeir output. Tbe managers of others
a-eh d ng for better pricts, which
they think they will get in the near
Track laying was b'gun today at
Day's Gap, the far end i f the Itorty
Miie G-P, which the Georgia Pacific
Rdiway Company is closing weet of
FOE BLUFF, ABK.
t Kallraad Beading; Boam Kslab
llsbed far tbe Kmpleves.
Iipioul to tbi arriAL.I
Piica Bluff, Abb:., August 9.
Thr ugh tbe generos'ty aud effnrls
of Messrs. W. K. Cmmnton, general
superintendent, and P. if. If inlahan,
master of transportation, of the Bt.
Louis, Arkansas and Texas railway,
tbere has be n established in this city,
adj icent to the general offices of the
railroad, a reading ioim and library
for the benefit rf tne employes of tbe
c impany. Mr. E B. Houston, a prom
inent merchant, donated a library of
several hundred volumes, and through
the liberality of tbe press all the prin
cipal dailiss are gratuit ously read.
The purposs of the enterprise Is most
gratifying and ia highly appreciated
by tbe employes of tbe road.;
Hold Oat at A actios.
Chicago, III., August 9. The stock
and fixtures of the O. W. Allen To
bacco Company, which failed recently,
was today put up at euct on by order
of tbe court. The at ention of buyers
was principally attracted to assorted
!os of chewing and smoking tobacco.
There were but few bidder Pi ices
obtained averaged abont one-half of
the ist figures. Over 60.000 p rands
of smoking tobacco in bulk was bid In
by K O. Allen, the father of C. W.
A lcn, at from lj t)3 cents p rponnd,
tne leaf of whxti piobably cob! not
lens than 15 cents per ponnd. Thou
sands of t itiat'co sacks and boxes went
atridicu ous prices.
Vravellas; Pawaaor !.
Si. Pavl, Minn , Anxus; 9. About
IMmtunbers of thn- Into national As
xtiation of. tbe Traveiing Passenger
Agents passed through Bt Paul to
night en roots to tn Hotel Lafayetts.
They were mt at Winotia thi rven
Imr by a local committee rf Si. Paul
and Minnnapolis rot ention c mniltt e.
Theni'gnal pmramm inc uded aa
ixcumIoii to" Wiei.ipeg, hut tbere
ms to be sum ilojht about tt nee
hi-ing carr d out. This will be settled
at a uue.ing,
ents' Furnishing Goods
229 - 231
Preitaratory to bnildinc a New Klorcliouso upon our lot on the corner ol Main and Jcflerson Sts.,
we iiavo moved our W1IULKSALE stock to the sitaclous wareliouses heretofore known us tho
Clay Huilchng, 22!), 231 and 233 Main street, where we will continue our WIIOLKNALK Itiisiness
until the new honne I-t roiiijileted. We have now more spnee and bet I or facilities tor doiin; busi
ness than we had in th oid store, and can assure our patrons and the trade generally that we
are In a belter position to serve them than ever.
Our stocks are much larger man any we nave ever find, ami nearly an purehascu ietore ma
late advances were made in prices an advantage that we have determined to at least share with
our customers. Jiemembor, we guarantee the price of every article we sell to be as low as it
can be bought in tho United States.
FHJHIINU AT BELFAST.
Another Nliarp Vonillct Kenortrtl
Martini Law lo lie lf oolnlmf d.
Bklfast, August 9. It is expected
that martial law will be proclaimed.
More (diarp fighting has taken pluce.
A mob which wa wait'ng to
meet the Island men reluming
from wofk was spatdiy diHpcued
ly troopj and polite, wbo;e timely
and vigi'iMHB action dining thi even
ing and night prevented the prom's"d
Beriou conflicts leUean the aiiRty
mcibs, which continually reform. d
after buirg disperetd,
For pinticulars sob third page
11 we tried ToiiR.lino in a most in
tractable t'cMiotilc ureux of two yeaB'
s'aiidiiiK 1 lind that more relief lias
been g'von and a longer interval from
pit n olitained fiom Tongaline thin
lrom a l oUe fiat eha h t'kon.
J. A. LARitA nKK, M.P ,
LnuiHvillu, Ky. t
OALMNA-U rolldonc, No. 18 lir
rnridu itreet, Mnmlay evanini. Auirunt V,
lHSi. in tba twcniy-ninth year ol hia age, V.
Funeral from the rtaldence this (TUKS
DAY) alternnoii at .1 o'clock. Fricnda and
nc'iuaintaneea Inviti d lo attend.
TIIAVE thin day hooght the Interact of
.leae Cune and J. V. Hamlin, and will
con tin io tlm Imrii or aa hrtoture under
mmo atyle ol Arm, U. T. Ma.f a & Co.
u. t. iua is
are friLtornallv invited.
By order V. V. OAVANAQU, W.M.
Attcat: A. M. IVI ykbh. Hecretary.
Will be received by the Hoard of Education
for the purohaieand Immediate removal of
the 2-itory Irama balldlng, formerly uaed
for ichool purpoiei, eerner of Third and
Looney itreeti, Cheliea, until Friday morn
Int, Auiuat 13th, at 0 o'o'oek.
Chairman Sohool Qroondi and Bulldlnf
W. H. BATES.
. c. toof
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
K ew and Latest Stiles Stock. Sew
Type, New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing aU
DR. R. L. LA8KI,
Pbyalclan, Surgeon and Aecoaoher,
RBSIDBNOB AND OFFIOB,
SIS Halo Ntreet, Near Union.
Telephone No. HA.
AND r Kill LT UNIVERSITY
Seven DletlnetDenartmanta! Aeadamifl.
Enctneerlni, Bibiicl, ta, Pharmacy,
Madicul. Uental. Pre tuition In atn.
dene in Theology and Manual Technology.
Catalogue lent lie on application to WlLS
WILLIAMS, BecreUry, Naahville. Tenn.
MAETLIND til I. IT A RT AND NA
VAL Al ADaMI. OXFORD, MD.
A few vacanolea exiat in tbia we l-koown in
atitution. App'loanla for admUalon are re
quested to mke immediate application For
caUlogue addreaa (Jul . B . J . B 11 Hii KHrl. Bu pt.
nOOOKlYN, Jf . T.-Board on the Hill
Mra. II. C. Howard, 2U6 Wathlngto.
Park. Rooui large i location delightful)
Convenient to era to Manhattan Ueach,
enney Ialend, Long Beach and Central Park I
alao to New York nlartea of amuaamant.
NOTRE SAME of MARYLAND,
Collegiate Inatliute for Tonne; I.Mftlre and
Preparatory Bchool lor A-lltlv fclrla, EM
)H,, P. 0 , three mllee from MMliluinrr,
Mil Conducted by the Hiatera of No tie
Dame. Hend for catalogue
Fd(?eworth Hoard! -g and Day
PCUuWL for Young l.a llea and Li tie OirlH.
Mra. H. P. I.V FKHVRK, H.lncipal, o. r
fronklm Nlrttrt, Hitllimorr, Nl. The
vflih achool yar will begin on Iburaday,
arplrmlirr UK, 1HHH.
fie W. Aaa A OH.ourijUiurlt(l agcur
T KILA SCOTT l.OIKIK. No, 2HH, ft
J J F.A A.M. W HI nicol In iecl. J
cominuiiic'iiliun tbia ( I'll H SUA Y) V
eveninv. Auk I'lth, at I o'clock, for
rk in the I'. 0. donree. All F.O.V '
- 233 MAIN STREET.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT-
0EFICE Boom 1 (new) Cotton l.'ichnngo Hulldlng. Telephone CM.
ANNKTN. I AIMBTfl
Ifarlh HrllUh and BIr.
Vuleuor t'ulilornla I.Uri,H4 rino l)eirtinnnt) 4,i;
AmrlflHB Nnrrtr I'oiiiriiiny, Blaklna Houds of Nnrelyahlp.
All oluaoi of propsrt IniuroJ. C i"ioUI AtUntlon ilraa to Imarlni Country SUraf.
New York Life Insurance Go.
HU1K A!l IIK K BROKRH.
1 I N
riOA.I1 X3 OX
NAPIUKON rjTLL, MTOH AFI. 0 AVtN,
LOtllt IMNAVKll, THOMAS IHIYLB
LAZARUS I.KVY. JOHN W. CUCIIUAV,
ANDRKW RKNKKRT. 80L COLFM A N,
JAMES H. UOUINBUN. WM. KATZUNUKHOKR,
aar Depoalta received In luinl of ! and upward, and Intereat allowed on iame Beml-
erWe buy and aell local Investment Donda and Kenuritloi generally, pay taiea, actea
truateei, and, in general, exeuute any financial buaineaa reiiuiringa aale and reiponiih'e
mm- we liaue drafU, in auma to auit purcha-nra, on all part of Burnie.
mw Wr have a couinioilloua Vault lor tbe depoait ol valutblea, which la at tha aervioe o'
our cuatomora, Free of (liarK.
1). V. IIAIIDtV, rrealilent,
n k mm mm
"THE NTANDAKD OF TIIE WOULD."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 25.00 AND UPWARD.
ay-TBRMS Ceah, or eaay Monthly Inatallmenta. Write (or Illuitraled Catalogue. -
hole aoBivra roil
XToiBBD 2VIjtxx tat.,
e. 1M Balaa lra, IlMbvllle.
I ... i
'Crab Orchard Water
I riimnlni, Omh Orchard Balti In eealfid nackaimi
I CHABOHCMAiaO , Tv!lOO..Irop1rii.
GODWIN, Pret. J. M. 600011 A
Board or Xlreaotoaras.
J. M. HOODBAR, J. R. SODWIN,
M. GAVIN. J. W. FALLS.
IL8Un. T. B. 8IMH.
J. M. I
Smith. ouarlkh knit. r. j. black.
ivii trbBDce d m citiD.u ti n cniruiv
ff 11. .niivw, n. x. vvvrnn. uiB. wrcui.
ARMInTIAD, C.B.BRYAN. A.W. NBWHOM.
te Itory mt th. Htet. mt TauaaeiaaMMi. Traaaaets a taneiral Baakuafl
Biaiaaae aael clvaa BiMMtlal Allnatluei to lallewttr?-wa
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosier
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 320 and 328 Main St., Memphis Tenn.
ATTH ARK IV DAILY RECEIPT OP DKIRABLB PRiSi tKit airi.nt
W WitOltS, irhioh we oiler to the Trade uoon tlie moat (avorabla term". Our price.
will compare tavorahly with thoaa of any uiariiet in the Uuiteil stalea. we ere Agenta tor
reoeasee Jlaunfactarlug t'o.'a I'lnMs, Orllln, Sheetluir, Mi-rila, Eta
rnnllnbl ar Nhlll 17. t9
Hnamlllfi of Hnomvlllx..
I'IkxiiIi of llraoklva
J. 0. I1ANDWKRKEK,
DAVID P. UADDKN,
JAMKS A. OM1IKKII,
KWI). (.(ILIISMITH, Vice-I'realdeat
IV AIM AN. Cannier.
THE SOUTH WERT,
Mo. IIOO Ollva MlrMt, LaaaV
A Itcinclr forull niwwof (hcjr. HM-,
nvye. aiumarli anil ttnwrle. A
anil tMnvrle. A ptwillvt'B
iwla, MN'a HaMeaWaesi
CloneilpMtlwu. lhm. I tu tuMtmuulula. j
cure tnr live
at In n
ml :'.1i'k. No ffoiiiilnciwjui aoHl liioulK.l
pn. 'r. IuhtIIIt. Mr.
K, Vlce-Preg't. C.lI.UAINE.Caablir.
W. P. DUNAVAR.
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