jEJMPUIS, TENN.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 20. 1S8G.
VOL. XL VI NO. 197
THE SflTE CAPITAL
BOff AJiD ALF DISCUSSING THE
Legislate Ticket Nominated by the
IBPB0UI.TO Til APrilL.I
NiSHVILLK. Twin., Aogust 19. A
'number of children, wbile playing in
the allev in the rear ot So. 21 McLe
more street, tbe residence of the late
Jamee Dunn, who was murdered last
Sunday, iouni a sharp penknife or ink
-er.ser. it is supposed to re trie in
Btrnment need by Henry Dick, col
orad, in bis bloody work. The case of
the knife hid blood stains on its inner
surface. Dick, the murderer, has not
bean captured, thoogh diligent search
has been made for kim. Gov. Bate
today offered $100 reward for his cap
J. B. Bell was severely stabbed In
the breast by O. P. Streety today near
Poplar Hill, in Ones county, in a quar
rel about land rent. Bell's condition
is very critical, and Streety is still at
large, toouitn uapuiv ouenu uuuert
is looking for him. Ha is said to be a
JAILED FOR THEFT.
Col. W. J. Morrisin was jailed,
charged whh the theft of 260 from
the'iafe of the Nashville Rooting Com
pany, wi:h wh'ch he was connected
and baa entire charge during tue tem
porary absence of the proprie or, J. F.
Hoffmao." Morrison goi on a big spree
and wss taking in the tiwn when ar
rested. He is from South Carolina,
and the eon of ex United States Sena
of this city met tonight in the court
bouse and nominated the following
ticket for the Legislature: Senator,
W. F. Harrington, editor of the Labor
Standard; Fluatur from Davidson and
Cheatham counties, Frank Fellis;
KeprfsentUives, El Hanley, a mem
ber of the City Council; A. L. MxOm
ber, Alfred Doug'asi, Dr. W. B. Danny
and William Haslatn.
THE TWO TAYLOBS.
A special to the Union from Knox
vllle tays Bob an 1 Alf Taylor dined
together today at Bob's residence.
After dinner they bad a conference.
Bob was in favor of a joint canvass
between themselves and Alf was op
posed to it. B a left for Washingtou
tonight to tender in peisin his resig
nation as Fention Agent.
DISGRACEFUL CHURCH QUARREL.
A special dispatch from Cha tinaipa
to the Union says: The members of
the First Baptist Church, of this city,
met tonight to decide whether or not
the pastor, the Rev. Mr M. Wamboldt,
would be retained. He was charged
with having married a stcond wife be
fore he was ssripturally divorced from
his first wife, end having made many
falsa e 'ate in en is. The church wa,
of courfe, divided on the qu-s-tion,
and each lac ion fought
bitterly to gain their point. The
.scenes during tbo meerina were with-
0 ta piralh'l in the hieto-vofthe
churcli of Chuttanoofia. Whenever
the represent ive cf one fac'ion
would attempt ti speak several would
interrupt him and t her by very bitter
feeling was aroused. Wtiile the ex
citement was at fever heat a lady ex
citedly mounted a seat and prayed for
peace while a war of words' was being
waged. On the CdbI vote Dr. Waiu
baldt was retained amid loud ap
plause. THE DRILL
at the Bissball perk this afternoon,
between the Sumner Guards of St.
Louis, and the Langston Rifles of this
city, resulted in a victory for the latter
by forty-four pojnte. About 2000
negroes witnessed the drill.
Mr. Polk's Patrlallc Wl.h.
Following is a opy ol a letter which
was written by Mrs. James K. Polk to
Gen. O. H. Grosvenor in the interest
of securing the Grand Army of the
Republic national 'encampment at
Haohville, Teen.. next;year a move
ment which has failed of accomplish
ment, St. Louis having been selected:
Ni9H villi, Tenk., July 23, 1SS6.
To the Hon. C. 11. Groivennr, M. C, Wash
ington, Representative of the U. A. K. :
' Sir Our pleasant meeting on your
recent visit to this city encoure ges me
to aidrets ynu on a matter very near
my heart. Eighty-three years of a not
unhappy though eventful life have I
lived. Xn the course of naturo but
a few more can b Plotted to me.
Before I die I would that mine
eyes could see the grand reunion of
my beloved country in the citv where
my dear husband lies tee the vet
erans of the North encamping In amity
where tbey once did in anger, and
those who wore the gray shaking
hands with their fellow countrymen
in the fellowship of a common destiny.
1 cannot but think the meeting rf the
Grand Army of the Republic in Nasu
vilio in 1887 would be a grand turning
point in ths complete reconciliation of
the land my husband presided over,
and whose unity is dear to my own
heart. God grant that the veteracs
may come once more. Yours, in fra
ternity and old fashioned lovaitv.
MRS. JAMES K. POLK.
The Presidential Fl.htaK Frolic at
Pnospicr House, N. Y., August 19.
The President captured a fix pound
salmon trout today, and the ladies got
badly sunburned. Ths whole party
went over tJ llohle Pond for a day's
fishing, accompanied by Signors Lenti
and Morgan, two fr ends of Dr. Ward.
The President and Mis. Folsom trolled
on one part of the pond under the
guidance of Divid Cronk, who for
three years has guided Mr. Cleveland
in these woods. Mrs. Cleveland and
Dr. Ward were rowfd to another
locality by the guide, Wes'ey Wood.
When the party came together for
lunch a splendid salmon lay beside
the President's pole. Upon a linen
table cloth, spresd upon the grass,
was a lunch of hard . boiled
eggs and sandwiches. Around
it the fhhtrmen gathered, eea'ed
npon the ground and disposed cf their
frugal meal. The two guides busied
themselves over a fire making coffee
and griddle cakes. The afternoon was
spent in trol iog on' Turtle Pond,
which is separated from Hohle Pond
by a mere strip of land. The President
and Mrs Folscm caught three speckled
trout, weighing three pounds and a
half, while Mrs. Cleveland and the
doctor landed a beauty, one pound
and a balf in weight. Toe dis'ance
between Hohle Pond and Sarana:
Lake is one mile, but the Icdits
ins'sted on walking over it with the
rest of the party. The President will,
on Monday next, open by telegraph
the exhibition in which the Minneap
olis and St. Paul people are interested.
HOSTILE CORHKSPOS DEUCE BE.
TWEfcS HI' BAT HALSTEAD,
Of the Coinnerrlal-laaette," and
Johnny McLean, of the "En
New York, August 19. Before leav
ing Cincinrati Ian week, Murat Hal
stead communicated with CoL W. G.
Terrell, of Washington, and requested
his presence in JNew York. On his
arrival Terrell was desired by Hal
stead to proceed to Saratoga, the sum
mer residence of J. R. McLean on a
mission indicated on the following
note oi authorization :
Niw Voir Orvica
Auguat 14th, 1W,
CoL W. G. Terrell is authorized to
represent me in the matter of a settle
ment with John R. McLean.
Enclosed in this wis the following
note addressed to McLean, to be used
at the discretion of Col. Terrell
Nhw York Office
Bi long, Auguat U, 1880.
John R. MoLeeo:
An evening papsr of Cincinnati in
the hands of your friends hai recently
asserted on your behalf certain re
sponaibilit'es, and (Jot. W. G. Terrell,
of Kentucky (Col. Terrell's f irmer
borne), is informed as far as needful to
the action of details and atrhorized to
act for me. m. hai stead.
The correspondence following took
place at Saratoza:
Saratoga, N. T., Aaguit 14, 1886.
John R. McLean :
Dear Sir I am here at the Windsor
Hotel, room No. 206, on a matter of
business for Murat Halslead, of Cin
cinnati, which concerns you, and wish
to communicate with you as to par
ticulars. I will be glad to hear from
you personally or through a friend.
I am, sir, w. o. tirrell.
Saratoga, N. Y., Auguat 15, 1886.
Sir Your note of this morning re
ceived. As I cannot conceive of any
business that cau be arranged by the
intervention of yourself, or anyone
else, between Halstetrd and myself, I
beg leave to decline the request of
your note, above referred lo, to meet
you personally or through anyone.
Disclaiming any discourtesy o ou, I
am, sir, j. r. m'i.ean.
Saratoga, N. Y., August 15.
Sir Your no:e of this date received.
I cannot be any more explicit than to
say the business referred to in my
note of yesterday relates to your per
sonal differences, with Mr. Ha'steari,
in the settlement of whicb, ai pur
posed by him, I am empowernd to act
on his behalf. With this explanation,
a further answer to my fo-iner note is
required. Rspec'.fu ly,
W. Q. TERRELL.
John R. MoLean.
Saratou. August lGth.
Wm. G.Torrqll, Esq. :
Sir Your bote1 of yesterday re
ceived. Biirghtre without a conn
dent'ai friend, I hae been cnnpilled
to fend for one. He will 1)b here
within thirty hours. I will defer
further communications until his arri
val. Respecfuily, j. r. m'lean.
Windsor Hotil. Saratosa. Aumutlii.
John K. MoLoan:
Sir Yours of this date iust re-
cMved. I will go to New York this
afternoon (4 o'clock p m ), returning
tomorrow at 9 :50 o'c'ock p m. and can
be addreLsed at the Wiudsor. I am,
W. (1. TERRELL.
When Co). Terrell returned to Snrato
ga he was waited upon by Geo. Roger
A. Prvor as Mr; McLean's friend. The
cause of the trouble w s discutsed.and
the matter amicbbly arranged, Mr.
McLean showing that be had nothing
to do with the objectionable articles,
and Halstead claiming that he was
more than satisfied that he had got
the beat of the tight in the Commercial
over the Enquirer.
NEff YORK WHEAT MARKET.
ConNlilernble Excitement on 't'hnn K
A Very Feverlnb FeeltuK. '
New York, August 19. The wheat
market was very much excited this
morning. At the first call the feeling
was feverish and very irregular. At
times some brokers were bidding J
a more than the asking price. The
trading iB certainly the largest ever re
ported for the first hour end a half of
busines?, over 11,000,000 bushels
having changed hands; of this, Sep
tember was dealt in most freely, al
though October and December de
livtries received a fair share of a'ten
tion. The tendency is to a higher
basis. Prices are up fully 11 Jo with
: 1 . - : . t i
luiaigu buurui tuvering quiet ireeiy,
mainly for London and Paris accounts.
Stronger cable advices and tfce recent
large export purchases add s'rongth
to the situation.
A Snuplcton. Parcel Poand In the
Home of Common..
London, Aogust 19. During the re
cess of the House of Commons this
afternoon pud when the chamber was
nearlr descried, the clerk noticed upon
one of the Pan ellite benches a mys-
terions looking brown paper parcel.
An officer of the House and a number
of policemen were hastily summoned
and they immediately held a solemn
council to device a p'aa of actioo.
One of tbem picked up the supposed
infernal machine and suspiciously ap
plied it to his ear to ascsitain whether
he could detect any ticking in the in
terior. The rest of the party et rod
near by it in suspense. The whole
formed a very dramatic rcune. Finally
the officials manfully Ba'.zed the fared
and hastily carried it to an ou; house
and examined it. It contained some
ironbol's that were nted a missiles
during the recent riots in Rei'ast.
Stabbed to I be It cart.
Pimnnnn Pa i 1(1 A
ail(USb Iff.-n jvfiv-
mercial Gaul'. Warren, Ohio, special
says: At ISor.h llloomneld today,
Homer Qua. In, fa'aily stabbed Allie
Parks, a lad 18 yuars of age. Qnaile,
who was in'oxicated. ouarrdled with a
cousin of young Parks and the la ter
interfered ti prevent bloodshed. This
so enraged Q ulio that he drew a long
j&ckknife and stabbed Parks to the
neart, Qiaile was arr.sed. The
parties belong to prominent f-rni'ies
and were returning from a Sunday
MOIM BMl CALL
CALLED FOB RED.
l . ch is called
Ol ember 1st
"nating a cana., ...
Porter, ot Jack
Washing and f-.-TheAe
cenr. loan oi issi!. s B QQa
A Klch Jake t.')mnBat.
Washington special """khe New
YoikSiar: A rich joke on fe Senate
has just come to light, ifbss bee
the fashion of the Senate Committees
to attempt to discredit the sincerity
and good faith of the President in his
removal or suspension of Republican
officials. They have studiously tried
to make it appear that the President
had made removals for party purposes
only, and in disregard of his avowed
purposes and pledges. In order to
give the suspended officials a "send
off" with a fine cert 1 tic te of character
and diploma of martyrdom, the com
mittees have in numerous cases made
reports and spread tbem npou the
journal of the Senate, reciting, in sub
stance, that the suspended official was
a faithful ooo and was suspended fjr
Solitical reasons, and for no cause re
acting on his character or conduct,
personal or official.
A case has come to light wh'ch has
very much shaken the value of these
indorsements. Away, back in the early
part of Mr. Cleveland's administration
he had appointed one Alonzo P. Sharp
postmaster at McCook, Neb. Sharp
was appointed s a Democrat. But be
followed the bad precedents of too
many K publican officials and was
soon short in bisaccoucts. Thereupon
Mr. Cleveland promptly suspended
him and nominated one Thompson to
succeed him. The papers were sent to
the Senate, ehowimi that Sharp was
short in bis accounts, and was no
longer fit for public trust in a public
With these facts and undisputed
proof of their truth before them, the
Senate comrantee gravely report to
the Senate the followiog, which will
be found in the Congretsional Record of
June 3d, page 5387:
On the 11th day of February, 1888,
the President nominated to the Senate
F. A. Ttioniproo to be postmaster at
McCook. Neb., vice A. P. Sharp, sus
pended daring the rccossof the Senate.
The suspension seems to have been
made for political reasons only, and
the committee has not found anything
in the cae reflecting upon the per
sonal or official character or conduct
of the suspended officer.
So Mr. Sharp, who was kicked out
for a Democratic thief, finds himself
immottlised in the Senato record es a
Republican martyr. No sooner had he
beun proved a rascal who ought to be
turned out than the Republican Sena
tors claimed him as tneir own and
clapped on his brow the martyr's
crown. Although a proved defaulter,
repud'attd by his sureties, the Repub
lican Senators found nothing in his
cane "rtflscting upon his personal or
official character or conduct."
Prof, tiraj. Telephone Patent,
Washicgton special to the St. Louis
Globe-Democrat: Considerable interest
was manifsbted in the weekly list of
patents that were issued today, as
some had positively asserted that the
name of Prof. Gray would be found
thereon as the patentee of the tele
phone. The name was not there,
however, and when Acting Commis
sioner Vance was questioned about it
he expressed entire ignorance, and
(aid that it seemed ti him next to im
possible that a patent on the telephone
can be issued to Gray. He said :
"When a patent is once used it is
final. There is no annulling it, so far
as this office is concerned. Neither
cn a patent for the same thing be is
sued to two persons. There seems to
be a great deal of misunderstanding on
"How is a man who has been cheated
out of bis patent to have his remedy
unless this office is authorized to cor
rect its own mistakes?"
"His remedy is in the courts. When
I wns in Congress I introduced a bill
making it the duty of the Attorney
General to proceed, in the name of
tLe United States, to annul any patent
that he may feel reasonably satisfied
Las been obtained by fraud. On ac
count of this bill my name was mixed
np with the Pnn-E:ectric matter, and
it wan ea;d that I was in thoir inter
est. There was nothing in the world
farther from the truth. The facts is,
I nevernow anything about the Pan
"What benefit would it be to Prof.
Gray to have this caveat renewed?"
'None that I can eoe. Why, this
office is exceedingly careful about
even so small a matter as the addition
of the most trifling point to a patent.
Af ;er it has been iesued a raan who
has obtained a patent may ray we
have omitted s ime point. We matte
him trova this very carefully before
we insert the new point. If we did
not do this we would constantly be in
trouble, for a man might go out and
see something that he desires to em
body in his patent and come in here
and insist that he had invented it.1'
"But Col. Casey Young is repotted
as raying that Prcf. Gray's caveat has
"Col. Young is well posted on the
subject, and ifhe says so he doubtless
Osgood reasons for it. If it was
done the Commissioner did it, and I
know nothing of it
Appropriation, for Southern Blver.
Washimoton, August 17. The fol
lowing fignres will be interesting, as
showing now a number of Southern
rivers fared in the recent rivers and
harbors bill. The first amount shows
how much was recommended by the
engineers in charge of the various dis
tricts and the second amount how
much Cong-ess granted:
Amite river, Louisiana. $8205, $2000;
Tengipahna river, Louisiana, $1700,
notning; Tchefuncta river and Bogue
Falaya, Louisiana, $20,000, $-'600;
Tickfaw river, Louisiana, $o230, $2000 ;
Bayou Tchnla, Louisiana, $175,000,
notbiDg; connection of Bayou Tecbe
with Grand Lake, $50,000, nothing;
Bayou Black, Louieiana, $50 ,000, noth
ing; Bayou Conrtableau, Louieiana,
$12,107, $5000; Bayou Terre
bonne, Louisiana, $13,000, $10,
000; Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana,
$450,000, nothing; Subine Ta's, Texas,
$2,500,000, $108,750; Red river, Louisi
ana and Arkansas, $145,000, $7S,000;
Bayou Pierre, Louisiana, 5000, amount
impropriated included in Red river;
Cypress bavoa. Luiiina and Texas,
$18,000, $18,000; Ouachita and Black
rivers, Arkansas and Louieiana, $10,
000, $17,500; Bayou Bartholomew, j
Louieiana and Arkansas $9000, $.5000;
Hyou iswoi, bouinatia, $r:i,500,
$5000; Tensas river and Biyou Macon,
Louisiana, $10,0 $4000; Bayca
D'Arbonne, Louisiana, JfiOOO, $2000;
i asoo river, xaisuKippi, 9;h,ouu, H,
000. $5000; Tchula lake, Mississippi,
; lH0,$2003:Tillaha'cKiBr var, Missis
rppt, $10,000, $3500; Yallibush liver.
Mississippi, $5000, $2000; Steele's
Bayon, Mississippi, $500., $2500; Big
Black nvr, Mitsispippi, no additional
amount needed, $H)00; Big Hatchio
river, Tennessee, jsiH'O, $;00; touth
fork of Deer river. $:00 IrOOO: water
u.kcb uu iuit:3ipi uver nu princi
i, il, tributaries, $5000, $5)00. Thee
11 : : : t i ,
ires estimating amount required are
tike 1 ,rom ,ne "puts of Major W.
S ji. 'uerandCspt Eric B.gland, now
,n the E"Kineer's Office. As
will be V n exclu8ive ot the Missis-
ainnl rlv l'l""P"rjoiiB lor AXU1
e, Black and Lafourche
are passed on
The 4Me "' w.
cm' : Uorrmiesioner
Miller, of the lot.
rnal Revenue Bu
reau, stated, today k D , instruc
tions to revenue eolle hjh" en
forcement of the cle -J,nouB jaw
were in course cf pre Pra,ion, but
would hardly be itsued ""I1,1 Bom,e
time between the first sn Pe mid'
die of September. Kv T'OR to
a question rejecting the lepon
circulated that the ntnou, 14 P
propriated by Congress fin '
edditioial expenditures invoVt U in
the operations of the oleomsrga. ,ino
law was insntlicient to enable biin 10
ca'ryout the provisions of the lav'
Mr. Miller said thera wai no f iumla-
tiontortbe itatement. Uongrets ap
propriated a specific amount of (15,000
for the purpose, and Mr. Miller be
lieves that, the lo'at increase of ex
pome will be something more than
$50,000; but he thinks he will
have no d'tliculty in covering
all nteded expenditures until afler
Congrees his met, when any deficiency
can easily be cohered by a new appro
priation. Designs for the stamps have
not yet been adopted, although sev
eral euggestions have been made that
the priucipal feature in the stamp
should be a Durham bull. Mr. Miller'
fays he has come to no conclusion,
however, on any feature of the design.
He thinks there will be very little
trouble in potting the law into practi
cal working shape, and coutomplatrs
at present the employment of but few
additional deputy collectors, except
ing at places where there are oleomar
garine manufacturers. He expects
the collec'ois to do all that the law
may require in its eufoneumnt with
out auy increase In their force. In
Chicago be will probably authorize
the appointment of tivo or three
additional deputies ard ni-y posti
bly employ a chomi-t to bi iiationed
here iu Washington and p'rbaps an
as-ibtant at Ctiicagi. . Beyond this he
thkiks the present clerical force in h's
o!ln;e and the frce of deputies and
flgonts scattered over the country will
be quite sufficient to enforce tha law.'
His estimate is that it will yield pretty
close to $1,000,000 during the preeeut
fiscal yer. thus netting to tbn iovern
ment a clear Teironnn of something
more thin $000,000 over ail increased
J HE ClIICAtiO ANAHCIIISl.S.
Hie Jury Believed lo Have Arrlted
at a Verdict.
Cuicaoo. Ils., August 10. -At 10
o'clock it is 'earned that the jury has
returned to the hotel. This is believod
to indicate that a vordict has been
found, 88 other she the jury has been
instructed by the Cjurt not to leave
their room in the Criminal Court
building. From a bailiff it is loarned
that the jury wore ready to return to
their hotol at 8 o'clock this evening.
It is conjectured from this that with
the potsibl" exception of Neebe the
prisoners will fure alike, the jury not
having taken the teiui-ite time ti die
cubs tneir cises sprately ti the ex
tent of affixing different penalties.
it IOo'cIock the lights in the rooms
occupitd by the jurymen wero put
out, and the .bailids in charge said
they had retired for the night. This
eoeuv.d to coirobwate the previous
impression that u verdict had beeu
found, bat nbcoluieiy nothing as to its
nature has leaked out.
2:30 a.m. The Daily AVion this
morning Bya in its headlines: "S x
Anarchtets to Swing! The Jury Suid
to Have Deci fed that Spies, I'a'sons,
L'ngp, Fischer and F.ngel Must, Hang I
Schwaband Neebe SevHnteen Years!"
Hade an AxxlKntiirnt.
Lkwiston, Mb, August 10. The
Lewiston St' am Mill Company have
made an assignment to 10 K. Packard
and A. R. Savage. Tholr liabilities nn
notes and accounts are $107,800. Of
this $58,00C s contingent, $45,0 0 of
the same being paper of C. F. Wil
liams and Russell, Sheen & Co , of
Boston. The personal property of
the company is estimtted at ItiO.OOO.
No estimate Is msde of the value of
their o:her property.
Again Throngta the Whirlpool.
Niagara Falls, N. Y., Augast 19.
Graham succersfully navigated the
wh irlpool rapids this afternoon with
his bead protruding from the barrel.
' James Scott, a fisherman, ot Lewis
ton, attempted to swim the whirlpool
molds this afternoon in a cork suit.
His deid body was picked up at Lew
iston an hour later.
An Impor.ant Plank.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Augast 19.
In the transmission ol the platform
adopted by the Democratic State Con
vention last night, the following very
important resolution was accidentally
litmlved, That we are In favor of the
free coinage ef gold and silver at the
New York Antl-Haloon Republican.
Niw York, August 19. A conven
tion of anti-saloon Republicans' his
been called to meet at Bingbamton,
September 7th, to select delegates to
the Republican anti-saloon conference
at Chicago on the 14th. Among the
well known names at'ached to the call
are those of Jugs Noah Davis and
Thomas L. James.
Have used Tongaline in facial neu
ralgia with happy effect, obtaining
relief in a short time.
O. A. WILLIAMS, II P,, Hardin, III.
St. Louis, Mo., August 19. The
Democratic State Convention reassem
bled st 9 o'clock this morning and
Immediately beitan balloting for a can
didate for Supreme Judge. On the
sixth ballot the Hon. Theidora Brace,
of Monroe, was nominated. '
Gents' Furnishing Goods
229 - 231
Preparatory to building a Now Storehouse iijiou our lot on the corner of JWafn and Jefferson Sts.
we liave moved our W1I0LKNALK stock to I he sjmcioiH warehouse heretofore known as the
Clay Building, 23J, 231 and 233 Main street, where we will continue our WHOLESALE business
uniii tue new house H com plot eo. no have now more space and better facilities for doing bust
n.esa than we had In the oid store, and caunssuroour patrons and the trade generally that we
arO in a belter position to serve them than ever.
Our stocks are much larger than any we have ever had, nnd nearly all purchased before the
late advances were made In prices an advantage that we havo determined t at least share with
our customers.. Hemember, we guaranteo the price of every article we sell to be as low as it
can be bought In the United States.
DESOTO LODGE NO. 29, T. St L
A. M.-Will mt In .tated
eomtnuntcatlon this iFainAv) th-JT
Inn, Am. Mth, t H o'olm'k. for lh r
.Ji...uAh nf voirollF 1(11. ITIM. All
M M.'i in rocd itanillti fmleranHy la vl tea.
Byorder w. J. liliuw , n .m.
Attt; C. R. l'oi.i.AMi, Kcrtary.
a-Tb (HKCI'ltlTV NAIKU1 HAW K
and NAFK IlKfOSIT t'OMPAMT bav.
removoil to No. 4a MatlUun Nlreel.
formerly ocouplid by th. PACIFIC EX
oa-K. J. II-'K A CO. bav. rtmovcil
th.ir offlre to No. Wmll.wu Wlreel.
To he rill.en. ol (lempltl.i
mllK InmlFiitiioT ot th nnufnt iuphIt of
X watnr t the cliT t. ub that om mm-J
IPftri HUU Ollll'ICIlfc m.- ww ..uu.
Trie 1,.iiiiltive council villi ITomptly aa
oiaiblo, flnJ nd .upply oi-h tamadr
Mrantiiiie, a munur. of temporary wllef.
w. uxk-oH an abtolutadlscontinuano. of th
uko ol the watc r fjr diiriiiklloi purpoiM. 11
a'loi tlnu this Humcnion th. entire rreM.re
will be rofred r,l applied to iurpone tbt
nr. aliaolutolv vitul In tbn health of the oily.
Kpr nklinn i a uij tnr ol pomf rtand
Tonionce uiorely, hi, a. In the preKent criffli
can be dlireu id wtth rather than deprive
ourteiven of rucii wnler ai in absolutely noc
e.ary for our ttntr and health purposes.
W. adviiie that all ipr nkllngehall oeai. un
til further notife. ...... ....
It i of eourae nndarftond that the riant to
una thn water for eprinkitng pnrponet ti a
matter oi private contract between th. oon-
umer and th. Water Company, and th. lug-
g..tion now 'AVi,rpRV.Af.tEN.0n'Jr'
, JAMES LEE, J.,
Fir. and Polle. Comuiieaion.ra.
Presidont Board of Health.
W. II. BATKN.
B. o. Tour
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
. (Ayre Ulock)
H ew and Latent St jles Stork. New
Type, Vw Mnchliitry.
Prices uk lww bh aiiywhorc, North
Increiwed facilities for doing all
School of Languages
TjRENCH. GERMAN, ITALIAN, 8PAN
D itill. Inatruotlon in olaai or private
by loinons. For term, addre'i
I.E'N LANDHIIEKU, (layoio Hotel.
J. F. 1I0LST & BU0.
(8UCCEH80IW TO G. H. HOLM A BBO.
HATI RtHOTEO TO
Ho. Stti SECOND ST., MEJUMIIS.
APULI. and eonipl.t. itoek of Wood and
Mtallio vlaie. and Oaak.u, OlolhOo
.red Cuketa and Uor'.al Rob alwayi on
hand. earOrd.M b tol.gr.ph promptly
Dlt. It. L. LA8KI,
Fbyglclai, Hurroon and icconcber,
RKHIDKNC8 AND OFFICE,
313 Mali Nireet, Near Union.
Telephone No. 88.
W. v. IIUG1IEY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Office, 60S Main Street,
Fint Door Booth of Enginehouie.
eerBtrlnt attention given to .11 builDeii la
Kdeeworth lioardiog and Day
FCUOOL for Young Ladl.1 and Littl. Uirlx.
Mr. II. P.LKKKUVKK, Principal, I a. Al
rrnalilln Ntreet, Hnlllraore, Ml. Th.
vnih ichool year will begin on Thursday,
Beplemher a, IHHH.
EN4ainBltgM4l lKfA RTI RNT,
Mlllle,.TUB. Thorough Inttructlon
In dutinct ooureee of tlrll. Mei"hanioal and
Mining KngineerlngJt Annual Tuition S).
and In Manual Teehnology iFree). Full
Faculty. Kitenilv. .riulpiuenta and facili
tiel In draoghting-rooma, faboratoriet, ahopi
and field practice. Kntrance Kx.mlnationi
Bept.14, 15 and M. For circulara aildroaa
WIL8 WILLIAMS, Bugaai.
- 233 MAIN STEEET.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OEFICE-Booui 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Uulldluj. Tclrykone 9i.
ANNBTtl, I A MET
rlh BriHah nd Mer I Fqullable of KmIvIII. 1TM
ennllle (nearly) S,000.000 I Hneayllle ef HnoKllle.M Inl.aai
WwHlMioref New York l,gia,rtA I flioanlx of Hrookaja (Mar.
Vailoa of VaJlioraaln ... I,ltl,l,lt4 rlne Department). A.tlt.Aajaj
Aaaaerlena Maretv Ooiuaaajr, Mathlna UuaU. of nrely.hla.
All olaiaea of property Inaured. fp.cl.1 Attention given to Inaurlng Country Btari.
New York Life Insurance Go.
NOTE AND IX IO(
Z. N. ESTES.
(ISlirraVtNOHH TO EMTKN, OAN at I'll.) ,
Vl olesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
No3. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, T'enn.
II k Hli ORGANS
"Tin: NTA.Mvtnn of tiik woiilm."
PAItLOtt AND CHAPEL STYLES, 125.00 AND UPWARD.
arTKRMS Oaah, or .aay Monthly Inatallm.ntg. Write for Illuatr.Ud OataJegua.'Val
O. K.- HOUCK d53 GO-
NOI.K AQENIK OK TIIK MllirilWMT,
Wo. OOO IVXgilu. lkt., IVtoianlxlaa, Tonn..
a. Ill I'alun Nlreel, Nnahvllle. Mo. IIOO OIIe Ntreet, N. Lead
J. K. U0MWI3, Prcs'U J. M. UOODIMK,
T. B. Tt'KLBY,
W. H. IIIUICB,
r. m. Nm.Kofr,
J. M. HM1TII.
w w urn ira
nonn u t iniUaTU n v rnttvitJ
JOHN AKMIHTBAB, 0. II. 11HVAN. A. W. NKWHOM.
ear A Bepaeltory af tbe Mtate of Teaaeeaext. TrnaaMaeta a Meaenal JtaakMa
D.ai.ea. aaal atla Maeelal Ataeatlea lo illelai.-M
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 316 and 328 Main St., MemphiCTenn.
OOMPtRTK THAN ITIR Birvftl. and our
in ui uniwa oiaui. n. ar. .g.nia lor
TtmmmaM Manaractarlip; Co.'i Plaida, Drlllg, Sheetlif, 8klrtlaf, Ete.
XjXIXetXljVXOCT ctt OVLXeB.
Giin M & m
And Commission Merchants, .
TSou. 34 and SO gladUon Street,, Hiapiil
Band for CaUlogua ihowlng exceptionally auperior .dTantaaea.lnflu.noej and .nTlronm.ntg.
IDA K HOOD, 1 P,vciPAra.
8USAN L. HEliONJ iwsciPAia.
VT. B. DOAN.
Vlee-l'res't. C. II. RilE, Cauhlrt.
J. M. (IOODDAB. j. r.
T. D. HIMtT, W. P. PUNAVAjn
OUARLKM KNIT. R. J. BLACK.
rrioM wUl oompar. with thoaeofany heu
eat oil i
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