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MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. 18SG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 192
THE "SWAMP ANGEL."
MiKTIX MITCHELL LITIXG
A Talk With the Former Terror of
Black Fish Pulaski Demo
ISPICUL TO THE XPPIAL-f
Litth Rock, Ark., Auatist 13 The
name of Martin Mitchell, although
well remembered by the public in con
nection with his recent dare devil
conduct in the St. FiancU bottoms;
bis ultimate arrest in Memphis by
Deputy Uni'ed States Marshal Faulk
enbera:, of Ihiscity; his trial, convic
tion and aeotence to a $1000 fine and
100 days in confinement, and his final
escape from the Cross county jail, is
rapidly blowing over and will soon
have been forgot' en, but the Arkacses
"Swamp Angel" is still flourishing
with all h b misdeeds, and is
now comfortably emconced at Al
len's Landing, about eight mile:
below Wiltsbu g, his old home,
wbere he is sd tj be cariying on the
only "ttore" at that place. Your cor
respondent today talked with a re
sponsible citizen of Cross county, who
stated that he had eeen and held a
lengthy conversation with Mitchell
within the pret two weeks, as the
Swamp Angel was en route home from
"VVittaourg. ThiB fugit ve Irom justice,
although comparatively a young maD.is
as gray ss a bai'ger and carries a brace
of pistols all the time. He says he
knows the jig is up with him if he
ever falls into the hands of the law
again, and it is - his inten
tion never to be ought napping
if goad prepaa'ion will serve as a
preventive. Of coarae I would have
to serve cut the sentence of the
United States Court for illict distill
ing," he said, "and as soon as the
Vnited States Government got through
with me, the State of Arkansas hes
some half a dozen indictments I
would have to answer to the prin
cipal one being the killing of that
fellow on the St. Francis river, but
God knows I was fully justified in
that, because he was trying to kill me.
Then there are one or two true bills
standing to my medit in the Shelby
County (Tern.) Court, not to mentian
. "cau?e for aoiion" which tbey claim
in MksHS'ppi, Alabama and one
or two other States are reserving for
me, bat I gae.'S the Memphis Gun
Club can mark their grievances down
on ice and keep her membeis cutcf
these bottoms, ehe the man who ven
tures over t ere will turn up missing
when his friends want him. I am liv
ing peacei-bln am disturbing no one,
nor no one's business, and all I ask is
m to be pern'it'ed to pursue the even
'"tenor of my way, and I will guarantee
no trouble will ever arme between my
self and the law." Our informant
stated that Mite i ell was living in a
house about balf a mile below Allen's
Landing, there being two women and
a mai. whom he believed to be
038 of .he n-.t-ror.i Daniels brothers
, run out of the Three Corners settle
ment, up in the noithwfs ern poit'on
of the county, some two years ago, re
siding with him. Hisfi hing intenst
keeps him alive, as all his catches are
shipped to Memphis and sold. There
- is no reward Lr Mitchell, and ids
more than probable he will never be
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION.
At 12 o'clock todiy W. B. Worihen,
chairman of the rou ty GVntral Com
mittee, called the D mocratic Urunty
Convention to crtUr in Hyde's Opera
House. Gen. R. C. Newton was
elected trmprraiy chairman, with
JakeErb, S.m O. Smith and H.Clxy
Jones as secruiaries. A committee on
credentials was appointed, and the
convention tojk a recess until 3
On reassembling, a report from the
Credential Committee was read and
adopted, showing 168 vutes pre.iem
each townthip in the county aving
its lull repr-eeLta'io't on the floor.
Gen. Newton and Judge Frank T.
Vaughan wer- p aced in nomination
for permanent chairman. Judge
Vanghan was elected, and taking hia
seat made a patriotic Democratic talk
tbat invigorated the entire conven
tion. There was ronaiderab'e filibosWing
over the manner of procedure, bat as
soon as the convention stra.ghtened
out it dipatchd business with a
promptne-Mi wor hy of toe cause.
Judge Johnson H. Rogers received
the county's instmc ina for G ngrrra.
Col. Aiidere n Wins, Will R aves,
E4 B. Blabks, sr., and Nick 81ack were
all ment oned for Sheriff, and it
seemed f r a few momenta tbat no
other nominees were to be p aced in
the fielri, when delegate from G ay
township ar se to bia feet and norm-
nated Wat B. Won hen. Tne people on
the floor of the convention and in the
two gal eries almost went wild on
the men' ion of Mr Wor hen's
name, and when the chalmvn an
nounced the vote it waa unanimous
for W. B. Worthen lor Sheriff of
Pulaski conn y. Vcc femuj calls were
made for him, and l e came forward,
and in a moot felic tons manner ac
cepted the nnmir a i n. He stat-d,
however, tbat he bad been a continu
ous office holder for the past lift en
years noiwl httandiog bis frequent
expressions of desire to retire to pri
This virtually ended the s'rnggle,
and the remainder rf the ticket was
toon made up, roropof d of the fol
lowing namts: St e Senators, John
T. Jones and J. E. Williams; Co mty
Jndge, W. F. Hill, present inenmbent :
County Clerk, Ham O Williarra; Cir
cuit C.'erk, Win. W. Field ; Ohnnrerr
Clerk, 8. R. B own ; County Treat un r,
Joe Griffith, the present inrumbnt;
County Ass8Bjr, alvin Pembeiton;
' County Coroner, Dr. J. B. Boni, the
present incumbent; 0 nn j Surveyor,
Frank H. Conway; Represent tiv-a,
Peter C nr,d, L 0 B.lcb, J. G. W.
Granbeny and W A. Compton.
Ham O. Will ame is the d'pntv sheriff
who was so seriously woondea in th
recent trouble at the Baring Cross
bridge. The ticket is one of the best
ever: pnt ont in this county, and will
be elected by a band-ome majority,
A negro named W Edwards reported
to the Bherift here t d .y that on Mon
day night tome one stole fine horse
from him, and Wednesday he f nnd
the animal dead, riddled with bullws,
about a mile this side of the Scott
place, in the sou'hrn p irtlon of this
' county, where M Edwards wis living.
, He la at a loxs to a count f r the
aconndrel who killed his animal, and
the Sheriff will try ai.d apprehend tua
Tha Vthi.br Man.
Chicago, 111., Auuet 13. Buffalo
Miller presided over a called meeting;
of the Washington Export Association
yesterday to hear from the outstand
ing distilleries the Nebraska 'City
and the Internalional, of Des Moines,
la. which last week refused to go
into the new pool. There was a full
representation and the meeting was
comparative! v quiet. Dr. Kidd, of the
Dea Moines International, was present,
and finally agreed to enter the pool,
thereby leaving only the Nebraska
Uity distillery as tne stumbling block
in the way of the completion of the
syndicate. Anadiou.nraent was taken
unt 1 today to see whether the Ne
braska Cry bouse will finally decide
to come in.
A VERT FCLIj REPORT OF THE
The Reagan So Fas at Very Fceallar
One The Yield Km! need by
Cbicago, III., August 13. The
Timet tomorrow will publish a very
full report of the orn situation, cov
ering the States of Illinois, Kansas,
Iowa, MiRfouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Indi
ana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Dakota, Tennessee and Kentucky.
The repoit brings out the following
facts: That up to the 4th day of July
the general corn prospects of the coun
try east of the Missouri were excep
tionally good ; west if the river the
com situation, comprising the Stales
of Kansas and Nebirska, had been re
duced more or leBj by dry weather.
The corn season e far has bean a very
peculiar one, star ing out i s it did un
der the most fav rable c rcumstances
the month of June dry and coo',
with just en ugh moisture to keep the
corn grow.ng and put the fields in
condition for uninterrupted cultiva
tion untd the first of July, but ever
tinre that date the cori crop has been
subjected, wi'h the exception of some
limited aieas in Ohio and Indian?, to
such extremes of dry weather and heat
tbat the general proeptCU today point
to a crop ieducrd in1 quantity and
and quality. Rains dining the last
ten days have been copious in Kansas
and Nebraska, and further reduction
to the crop from drouth has been
stopped, but the season is now so far
advanced than no amount of rain can
bring the corn crop up to the condi
tion of July 1, 188(1, and fr.s s before
the second week in September would
cause more than usnal destruction to
the crrp Intimately ecnneeied witb
the corn crop is the g'ass crop, and the
Timet t re port shows tint the crop was
a f ir one in many localities, bur, as a
whole a ti'te blo the grass crop of
1885. Over vast a'eas not a drop of
rain fell nuon it fiom the da'e of cut
ting until ic was safe either in the barn
The qtulity of the hay this sew on
is unsurpassed. Owing to the very low
condition today in which meadows
and pastures are from Wiecjnsiri to
Karma?, Kanea-to Nebraska and Ne
braska to the Onto river, the greater
rat.i, i fir:ner (M obliged to feed
new hay, and have been for more
thin twenty davs. Prooably never in
the history of this country have pas
tures and mealows suffered from
drouth as tlmv have since Ju y 4tb.
In fact, they hive made no giowtn
since grass was cut, and are practically
as destitute of feed as in midwinter:
hence it wi 1 r qu re an unusual
amount of lain to s art them up a' d
put them in endit ou for fill feed. It
is a very d fliuu.t prob em to solve
whether pas ures are ruioed fnr the
sea ion or h hei they can be bronght
to a normal ttare attain hycrpious
rainn. Time alone can develop the
real facts in tt e ca e.
lhe report also stows that the oat
crop is generally pood end was re
duced somewhat in yield by dry
weather, but like gra 8, was se. ured
everywhere in excellent conaitiou.
The oat crop, owing to the corn and
pastursge s tuation, has not and will
not move vry freely.
Und.r existing chcunaslance-s, the
report also brings out the fact that
the winter wheat cr p, in equ li y is
excellent, thrashing out a lit tie better
than was expectid before harvesr,
that the movemnnt from thrashing
machines nevxr was ss arge as it has
been dnrirgthe 'est fo'ty dys, and a
much laigur terceutage of the crop
than usual will hive beien marketed
befoie the opening i f 1887.
THE STtTE CAPITAL.
Betnraa f lh Rreeat fCleolloa The
ISrtOIAL TO TBI AFFBAL.l
Nash van, Tinn., Angatt 13 Be
fu ns from eevemy-eevn ont 9 the
nioety s x ionn i aof the r-ta e have
ben r o ived by the Seer try of
State. Thee returns show that Cald
well, for Pnnreme Jutae, received
129,983, and Wardr, R pnbht an, 98,
050, the D'-m nira'irt majority in these
counties be ng 81,933. The same
connt es in 1884 irve Cleveland 109,
985 and B i n 101,66(1, a. Domocratic
increase of 20 01K), t 18 3 per Cnt,a
R pnbl 0 nd reaseot 36-t0.rr3) pr
cent. If the Dnmocratio countiw yt
to bear fr m s'iow Democratic gains i i
the ame proportion as ihoee air. ady
in the Democratic majority will be 37,
974. teachers' abbiciatiom.
The Tenne sa SUte Tacher' Asso
ciation me.ts in Saelby villa Wednes
day. MERIDIAN, MISS.
Aathr Death ' hj Vtimg
HirMH m a FaeJ.
Mbridiab, Miaa., August 13. In at.
tempting to kmdie a fire with kero
sene today Mre. Jennie Walker was
burned to death. The can exp oded,
which aet fire to her c otutng a d her
body was charr. d hefore aaais ance
came. She is the wifa of Cbarlea
Walker, prominent c t xen.
CaalldallB of the Water Warhs
Vaal Batata Traaaaetlaai.
laraoiAL to taa trraAL.1
MoaTooMUBY, Ala.. August 13. The
fond and liiigiin hteen tit od
Montgomery Water Works Compar y
and the new one, the Capi'al City,
ended andilenly but n it nnexpei tedly
today. The Capital Ci'y bouxht nut
the Montgomery works. B th fur
niah ari abundant and in-inaustiole
amtply of pure a tesian water.
Rem eetate tran-actiona in citr prop
erty, this week, are numerous, witn
Ciop tcra un are very favorable.
C t'on i doing splendidly. Riin is
needed, hnwev r.
8abacribe lor.ibe MAppeatLH
9106 LAW AT MCOJ. OA.
A P0LICEMAX TAKEN FROM JAIL
For Criminal Assanlt Upon
Young Woman Great Excite
ment Over the Affair.
(SPKCUL TO TH APPEAL. I
Macon, Ga., August 13. Miss Ma
mie Little, from Savannah, reached
tbis city on biturday evening and
asked ex-Policeman Jim Moore lor di
rections. He procured a hack for ber,
and getting in himself, put hs pistol
to ber head and compelled her sub
mission, lie took her to two assigna
tion houses, keeping her under cover
of his pis'ol, These facts Cme out oa
Wednesday, when an indignation
meeting of citirns was held. The re
sult was that tkis morning at 1 o'clock
they went to the jail and demanded
Moore. On being refused, they broke
throngh with sledge hammers and
battered through the second door,
making their way to Moore's cell.
They then rested in their work of de
struction until the Sherif and jailor
could be called. These officials failed
to answer and the crowd proceeded to
break the third and la t barrier,
whereupon the authorities delivered
up the keys and the crowd seized
upon the prisoner with yells and
MOORE IiEOGED FOB MERCY
and fainted away before the mob
reached the faont door. Down Fourth
street the mob marched diagonally
toward the Central railroad shops
until tbey struck Cherry street. A
Urge crowd assembled on both s'des
of the street, a great many of whom
were women. The criminal, half
walking and balf diagged by his cap
tori1, ws carried djwn Cherry street
toward the river by the crowd until
they came in fiont of Sa'ah Robin
son's, the assignation house at which
the crime was first committed. To
a a'out 1 in1) fifteen feet from the
ground to a spreading shade tree that
stood in front of the house they at
tached the rope, a hnmpen cord, ob
tained from ibe shops. Moore then
bgan praying for mercy, Buying that
if he did the deed that he was drunk :
that he remembered nothing afrer
leaving the depot. The rope whs
pla -ed around his neck and many
bands joined in swing ng him in the
air. xne brut knet was too suck and
PRISONER FELL TO THE GROUND
groaning and struggling in the dath
agony. A wild cry was raised: "He is
not dead, swing him again." The
rope was lowered, a man ascended
the tree, and in a jesting way said:
"Throw her up, but don't let her
drop, it is bad luc." Taking the rope
in his hand, he remarked : "1 jvonder
wno in -tne a tiea tn:s ro.ie."
Rapid y ad jus ing it, he ageio lo wired
it, and Jim Moors was launched
into eternity. A lew struggles
ana the body hunK still and
eUrk. A handkerchief was tied
over his eyes and his bands were t ed
behind h'ni arid the mob slowly dis
persed. Today it became known that
the you- g woman was of doubtful vir
tue. This only in'eauifled the angr
of the mob, and their cry was ti lynch
the girl andthetwofrfmale procure 'Fes
and to burn the hous9s in which they
lived. Angry crowds aVa now upon
the streets The Governor has been
appealed to for troops. Great uneasi
THE IRISH CONVENTION.
Na Trouble Antielpnted by Presi
Chicago, III., August 13. Patrick
Egn, Pr-eidi.t of the Irish-American
N -atonal League, an ived in this city
"Do you expect much trouble at
the forihcoming convention," he was
'Vry li'tle. Of courre thee may
be suns differences, but we appre
hend nothing f a serious nature.
"Will not the gentlemen who con
stitn e the Palmer House Committee
te likely to make things lively ?"
"N t at all. We don't expect much
ttouble from them. These gentlemen
have no c nnectiun with the lexgne."
"It is said that they have made very
exteos've prepamtlons for a reception
of the diet nwU'shed visitors, and th' y
claim 1 1 be iuat,a national and pa ri
ottc as the 0 her party."
"They have nade e'ahorate prepara
tions, but a party of Democia a might
as well prepare a reception for a bodv
of Repunlicms. They have nothing
to do w tn the visitors. Tne latter are
not tneir guet."
' Is tbis merely a local trouble, or
do a it extend out fr -m Chiragi?"
"It is entirely coi fined to Ch ogo."
"Are there 110 differences and dis
sensions io New Y01 k ?"
"They are very trivial. New York
has its own li tie troubles ready for
"Will not this seeming split injure
the movement here in America?"
"I don't think so; it has not done
so yet. As a proof ot the vl'ali'y and
Strang' h of the National League in
America I wou'd mention the fact that
within the paet month we have f r
w ardsd $100,000 to Ireland. W ith re
gard to tho-e gent emen who form the
Palmer House committee, I would say
tbat they are not members of t' e
league, and no action of theirs can in
Kgan went on to tay that this, the
third annual convention, was caled
for tbe porp se of ele ting officers and
taking s'eps f r the more active sup
port of Parnell's policy.
" Will yon again accept the position
of president." he was asked.
"No, sir; I have set my foot down
about that. Yon are probably aware
of the f ict that 1 tendered my reegi na
tion at the committee meeting last
Jannsry, bat was forced to re'aio it
till the convention. I an extensively
erg'ged in the corn one ness, and I
fiiid it absolutely necesary ti res gn
tbe presidency in order to pay more
attention to personal matters."
- "Will Dr. O Reilly, of Detroit, re
tain the treaaurershin?"
"We woul all be very glad to prevail.
on him to do so. 1 aon t know now
that will be "
Mr. Eg n did not have any idea as
to who his probable successor might
be, but it is said that Chicago will
make a poch to have a ( hicsg an
ected to the presidency, and it ia rad
either Sullivan or Finerty will be the
Arrta for Craeltj ta Animals.
Cbicao), III, August 13 War
nms were (-worn out today by tbe
Human NHety apainnt the owners of
horsis ru in ng In hurdle races or
st epte ci a-e s. The horse Hop Hlng
started in three jumping races at the
"THE QUEEN 01 TABLE VATEES."
HAS RECEIVED T11K
and is svrri.ir.n under
ES.E TSS PEHTCS OF 7A1ES.
ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS
Call Crtctrs,Druaittt if Jit in. II 'at. AWrr;
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Washinaton Park course, lo two of
them be fell, ana on iae intrd list
Saturday, he Bnished In euch distrers
that he could hardly walk. He
was also badly cut up by
the spurs of his rider and was
bleeding profusely from the wounds
in bis Bides when he was led away.
An officer of the Humane Society
witnessed all the races, and on his in
formation the warrants were issued.
Innumerable accidents have happened
in the jumping races recently, and a
test case wnl be made. The hearing
will take placs within a week.
L0UK1NO FUR W AR.
Residents of New Laredo Uneasy
Abont the Nltnatlon.
St. Louis, Mo., August 13. The
Laredo (Tex.) correspondent of tbe
Qlobe-Democrat telegraphs that several
prominent residents of New I.artdo,
on the opposite side of tbe Rio Grande,
in conversation today, gave it as their
opinion that waf will come between
Mexico and the United Stale?, and
they look for no peaceful adjustment
oi tbe Cutting case. Tbey are looking
forward confidently to tbe upholding
of the Governor of Chihuahua by the
general government, and claim tbat if
war does come they will not be alone
in their struggle against the United
States, but that aid will be tendered
them indirectly by ' England and
Spa'n. Upon baing ssked their au
thority for Btating that England would
help them, they gave a knowirjg wink
and shrugged their shoulders.
The American population of this city
is becoming aroused to a realization of
its utter helplessness in case (rouble
ensues. No town on the border is so
completely at the mercy of Mexico as
Laredo. There is comparatively but a
handful of Americans here, ajid five
men could tack and burn tho town
without the least trouble. There is no
organization amorg the Americans
and their residences are scat ered all
over the city, making them an easy
prey to the invader. The news of the
Hon. Ed Linus's resignation as Consul '
at Piedra Negras has caused no little
comment, and is taken as another evi
dencs that war mii't surely ensue.
A I1IU SbORTAUE.
Louisville SI I r red l'p Over a Ueu
Louisvillf, Ky August 13. This
city was treated to a genuine sensa
t on tcday by the publication in the
Eiming Times of a three co'umnait'cle
shoaii g that when Col. R. M. Kelly,
f jr thirteen years pension agent here,
retired from office, in March last, be
was $58,000 short (n bis account.
This storage had gradually ac
cumulate! durirg Col. Kelly's entire
term, he . giving a freth bond
every yeer or so to cover it.
The shortage became public some time
after Col. Kelly turned his office over
to bis successor, and a hastily sum
moned meeting of his bondsmen and
personal friends resulted in the
amount being contributed and made
good to tbe government. Among the
gritui ies are Mary Anderson, the ac
tess, $5500; Mrs. Woodward, $1500;
E. Field (f. r C. W. Field), $1000; A.
L. Hchmi t (for First National Bank),
$1000; L'lgtn C. Murray (on quasi
colU'eral), $4P00; B. Duponr, owner
of Col. Kelly's paper, tbe Commercial,
was responsible for $7900 as bonttsmao,
but con r bmed $15,000. Mr. Schmi t,
of Cb li ago, liable fir about $17,500,
compromised on $10 000. Col. Kel y
fu n shi-d tbe following to the Asso
ciated Press tonight: "The pnbl ca
tion in this city and elsewhere In ref
erence to my acconn's as United States
Pei Bhn Agent makes it proper for me
to Ue that I have paid u7er all gov
ernment fnnds for which I was respon
sible; have discharged fully all liabil
ities on my official bonds, endows the
government nothing. As to any money
loaned me by my personal friends, that
is a matter between me and them, with
tbe details of which the pnblio have
no legitimate concern.
"B. M . KBLLY."
LcNDBoaa'a oerf ume. Edenls
Lnndbore'a nerfnme. Alpine Violet,
Lnndborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Lnndborg'a perfume, Marchal Kiel
Cincinnati Commercial: Within ten
months all tbe Demociat'O csndidats
for the Presidency since the war, with
the exception of Cleveland, huve died.
Gen. McClellan died October 20,
Uen. Hancock died February 10,
Horatio Seymonr died February 12,
Samnel Jones Tilden died August
And Thomas A. Hendricks died No
vember 25, 1885.
There are two Democrat living who
have been candidates for the Vice
Presidency Pend eton and English.
Destraellve atarau Bteataeky.
Looisviixa, Kt., Angust 13 Spe
cials to tbe Courier-Journal report de
s'ra'tive stjrmi in vnrbos portions
of the 8Ute Thursday. In Pulaski
connty J-e Riddle and a young child
were killed by lightring. In Logan
onunty an immense lock, looened by
a tre blown over the m mntalo side,
crushed into the cabin of Matbew
Park, fatally injuring him. Consid
erable stock is also reported killed by
lighini. g. -
Around the errth, in every land,
By every atream hat I'm aware of,
In every town they underaiand
How t-eth mv be t be taken care of
From Jersey flats 'o Birmab's mount
They sing the praise of Sozodont,
Gents9 Furnishing Goods
229 - 231
rreparatory to build i tie: a NVw Storehouse upon our lot on tho corner ot Main anil Jeflorsou Sts.
we nave moved onr WHOLES ALU stock to tho spacious warehouses heretofore known as tho
Clay Building, 231 and 2:W Main street, where we Mill continue our WIIOLKSALK business
until the new hoime U completed. We have now more space and better facilities for doint? busi
ness than we had in the oid store, and can assure our patrons and the trade generally that we
are in a belter position to Nerve them than ever.
Our stocks are much larger than any we have ever had, and nearly all put chased before tho
late advances were made In prices an advantage that we have determined to at least share with
our customers. Hemember, we guarantee the price ot every article we sell to be as low as It
can he bought in tho United States.
ALL lienor nrs herebr wimed nob to
itirr.hAiAOrtiflonU Nn UOfortan
Maioplo Ton) pin 8took, iaiued toH. W.r hel
tiin, April 11, 1H74, an It haj been lout or min
im, ana i ov imirn i t uuniimm.
8. H. SilKLTON, Adininiitriitnr.
' On aooount of other naagemnti re-
Qulrma; my entire per ion at attention, Ilhava
oonoluded to quit the mercantile part ol my
buaineai, and now for my entire took of
for aals. Will rent or leane to purehaier, (
deilred, my two-story Iron-front building
containing itock, on reaionable terms. An)
one wishing to to Into builntia can leeure a
bargain by calling on MEI. 1.AKK,
JulTS. QRKNAPA. Mini.
Deshler Female Institute
IJonrilliilt ami Stay ohool lor lounig
I.nllra, 1'nacninDlw, aiaoama.
tOTU ANNUAL PFSSiON onenl tVednes
L day. Sent. 1, 188tl. Full Faculty off x
iterienced and aocotnplirhed toaohera. Char
tered tnatitution. Firat-claaa in all ita ap
pointmenta Board, Including fuel and
lighti, tuition in enure iitterary uenart
mAnfc. mnhran Inff Ancient and Modern Lan-
guagea, witn Muk'c. will be furniaked tbe
entire year fnr !' 0 In adranoo i the above,
with Art, 1225. Catalnguaa, oontaining full
partloulara, tent on application.
W. U. BATEH.
. v. roor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
K ew and Latest Stiles Htot'k. New
Type, New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing all
The Otiainal and Only aala.
Bats and alwayi Reliable. Bewaroof worth.
!- ImlUtiona. Indiapsnaabls to La UI KM.
your Wraagrlst for " Jnlcnastaa-'s
Eaali "an! taks no other, or lnoloe4
(atampa) to si for partloalara m lbttss by
retsrs mall. M .. PAPEH. Cttl
rhnatfir :aaasltal fJa
aaiS aanaaa laajaaro. Pallaxla., P-
aTBIAlE inppllsd by ABO. O.tiWP Will
ardalaaala 4 ". Beaiss. sa
Bartlett Normal ttohool
AN D TRAlNISd INbTITUTK roa BOTU
BEXKU-A aohool noted for It. irogrea
irs methoda and IU thorough, bonsat ana
practical inaliuotitin. Cour-e ol atudy ar
ranged t meet tbs demand! of ths tlmea.
begrsea eonferrsd, tuition cheap, board fiom
t to (12.50 per month, looatloa pleaaant.
aehool wall equipped. Btudestl receWed
any time. Flnt Term onena Auruat aSd.
Hecnnd Term, October Both, Addreal
SBUUAHDT k NKUHAailT.Banlett.Tenn
Bnaal mm prtaeM. mrm iwdf,
t,Wtuia oT Mm aXlbrary
Desks, TabUs, Chairs,
ook Caaet, Leangss,
Letter Prenea. Cabiasta
Finest Oooda and Aiuaaal
RKQIBTERKD Jsassr Bull "MYER8."
to 601V a Ins breeder snd an exceed
ingly haodaome and well bred Bull.
hiBS Champion ot Amartoa. No. 1667.
Da Ootibheha Dscbtas 2d, No 1A6R. by
Aldlns, 111. Beoosd Dsm-Ootlbbsha
Dnoheaa, 4421 07 Iba. batter In T daya). b
Bab, 1009. Third Dam Lucky Belie. 2JH.
Voartb Uam-faoay aih, No. 34, by Patter
son, No. 1..
HYBRil B.aM per 0nt blood Champioa of
America, airs 10 sowa in U lb. Hat. . .
BtVKRH has pef oent. blood Alains, airs 5
MYKR8 keg 12i psr cent, blood Hub, airs 6
cowa In 14 lb. Tiat. . . .
IdYKRS hea par Mat. blood Laoky
Bells, dam 8 oowa Is 14 lb. Hit. '
Bold to aToid la-bresdlna.
John qvkrtqw, Ja. .
DR. II. L. LASKI,
Pbjslclaa, Kntfeon and Aeconeher,
KXSIDINOI AND OFFICB,
813 Nala Ntreet, Near Cnloo.
Tslephons No. 8S.
Ornos op 1
MsHPHia rtrr Fiaa aid lag. Co.,
OOcs. IV Madiaon Street. f
Msmphis, T., July t, 1RHA.
AT a Beetlng of the Board olll met ra
held thia day, a Ceh Uiridind nf
Pvr oat. on ths capital atnek ol the coo
pany wa declared, pay bls on deiaand.
By order ol ths Board of I) restore.
NAHOLKOS U1LL. Pr.aldent.
Attsatt XUxay J. Ltkn, C'aahler.
- 233 MAIN STREET.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OEFICE Boom 1 (new) Cotton Exrhnnge DulIdluB;. Telephone Mi.
AMME1H. I A MET
Rerlh RrltHb and Her- FanHahla af Kashvllla ...i lar.asM
anllla (nearly) Sn.000.000 Kuasvlllaor Haoayllla... loa,e)f
WMina.Mrrnf Hew York 1, Mil, nil Plmsnla of Brooklyn (Ma-
UnlaaoraJalilarula l,iaa,W4 rlns Department). ,Ua,sVt
Aanorloaa Surety Oompaay, Mnklna; Boads af arstyshla.
All slaiioi of proparty inaursd. Bpsolal Attention glren to Inaurlng Country Bterss.
New York Life Insurance Go.
IfWTK AND HTO'K BROKER.
NAP0LK0N II ILL, MI0IIARL OAVIN,
LOUIS IIANAUKK, TIIOMAH BOYLK
LAZARUH LKVY. JOHN W. OOOIlllAN,
ANIiRKW RKNKRHT. HOL COLKMAN,
JAM KB B. R0DINSON. WM. K ATZKNBKRUKR,
JT Depoalta recelrsd In luma ol ! and upward, and Intereit allowed oa an me Sernl-
rWi buy and aell local Inventment Honda and Becnrltlea generally, pay tana, ant aa
truateea, and, In general, sxscuts any Onanoial bualnsaa requiring a aafs snd rsapoaalbls
mw We laaue drafts, In anma to anlt pnrchaasrt, on alt parts of Kurope.
asr Wt have a cnuimodinua Vault for ths dspoalt ol Taluablei, which li at ths tsrrios 0
our ouitouien, Free or Chargei.
I). P. IIAIIDEM, President. EW1). HOLOHM1I H, Vice-Prealdeat.
JAM K.N NATHAN. l'ahlpr.
II k Mil 11
"THE NTAMAIU OF TIIK WOKI.D."
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWARD.
aarTKRHS-Oaab, or eaay Monthly Inatallmenti. Writs (or Illuatrated Catalogue.
O. KL. HOUOK C? OO-
LB AfiBHrn run the sovthvest,
XSTOeBOO ZaSavtaa. Ktt., Zbolexxaaalxlsa), Taun.
a. iai Oalaa (arm, Haakvllla. Ra. IIOO Oils atrsot, aa. Laaat
L-agas I If,
I. K. W DWO, Prett. J. X. trOOUUAR,
jiiq n ja naa iuian w. j , . -
larA aVsMWlry af tka Rtais af TaaaeaM. Tran
Baaisjaaa atael arlwas Baaaial
And Commission Merchants,
JJo. S4 and 80 fIallaon Htreet, TiTffiMpiiUj
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FDRNISIIIN6 GOODS,
Nob. 326 and 338 Main St.. MemphlCTenn.
-rrr-J ARB TH DAILY RBOBIPT BP DKilRJULB "J-"",1!
W OUI1, which ws Oder to tbs Trad, upon ths inoat rajrabl terui.. 0r prlosa
will ooinpars terorably wttb thoas of any market In ths United auui. W, are Ag.aU lot
Taanfaee.JlaanfctorInIr:Co.':Plal'K 1'rMla, SheetlaK, nlaf, Ete ;
' T .11 MMQIJi IcRllCs- Ali m.
AVID P. HADUKN,
Ml). Huuim.-n 11 11,
Tice-PresH. C. H. BAIJiE, Caakkc.
R. J. BL
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A. W. NKWtMlM.
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