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'CHALHERS MO HDBBELL
BOW MONET WAS PAID TO SI IB
! tbe Democratic Party U the Sec
ond Congressional District ef
Byhalia (Miss.) Journal- We pub
lish blow the teitimony of Jay A.
Hubbell, the manipulator and dis
itbaior of the Eepublican corruption
fund, and wa uk out leader tt care
fully read this pvirfeocej and bear in
mind ttat Jw. R. CaalmeM is oskiog
to be elevated t j tha high and bonoi-
able position of HepreienUtivu in
Congress from the proud old Second
Congressional Dittnct of Miisaippi.
This testimony is found on panes 112
and 113 of the printed testimony pub
lished by the authority of Congrs.
Question 6 What were the fanda
-of your committee called ?
Answer Own money ; the r'ght
name wai "Republican Campaign
Fond," bat they ere called "Hub
bell Cjriuption Fund," and every
other oame one eculd think of.
Qacs. 6 Dj yon know Gan. Chal
mers, the contestant in this case, and
if so, how long have yen known him?
Ads. I know Gen. Chalmers and
have known him ever since be has
-been in Congress.
Quee. 7 bid you ever have any in
terviews with Gen. Chalmers, about
the time he was turned out of the
Forty-seventh Cooaref s?
Ans. I remember having an inter
view wit Gen. Chalmers about that
time, in the parlor of tbe Biggs House
Ques. 8-Please state who was pres
ent at that interview, and what was
the subject matter of it ?
Ans. One morning I met Gen.Cbal
meis in the oliice cf theR'pg House
and he said he want d ti have a talk
with me about the titua ion in Missis
sippi, rr tbe affairs in Mississippi, and
wanted to know when he could have
-an interview with me for that purpose.
I asked him how long it would take.
He f aid not a great: while. :I toll
him if he would wait until I got my
breakfast I would see him then. I
ate my brxskiast, met him and went
into toe sitting room and sat down.
Gen. Chalmers then began to talk
about Mississippi poli ics the attitude
he proposed to lake with respect t)
them and what he propessd to do,
He said that he was satisfied in his
own mind that there was no hope for
better times in Mississippi, politically,
unless Democrat c "Bjoroon" rule
in that State could be brok
en or oveithtowD. He . laid
in re poaae to my question ss to
whist he proposed to do that hs
should return to Mississippi and an
nounce himself as sn independent ad
ministration candidate for Congress,
and wanted to know if I wo old be
willing in beha'f of the committee to
aid him in making tbe race. I replied
r that we were not helping in that sort
of a fight, and won'd net entertain the
question of aaeibting tiro, unless he
' was Vadorsed by the Kjpublicans ot
the district. After quite a long con
versation, during which I wa? try i eg
to ascertain whether or not he really
m?ent to make the flgbt, I became sit
iffled that he did. I sid to him:
"Now, General, I am sa it fled that you
really intend to make the fight for
Congress in your district, and I am
anxious to have you do it, be
cause I believe if you and
Mr. Manning get by the ears
in that dittr.ct, the mult
will bs that we shall have a full vote
there, a fair count and that a Republi
can will, in tbat event stand a pre'ty
good show for winning tbe race. Tte
; -General said lhat he had been to a
; good deal of expense, and alleged
: other reaf one why he was thoit o!
money, and wanted me ti fS5i;t mm
and urged lhat there was uo better
way of spending money than by doing
so, if I really wanted a Republican
' from tbat district. After talking that
' ubjeet over pro and con, for tome
time. I said to the General. "You go
-down there and make the race in your
district, as von have talked bere; 1
will give you 1250 as a send off, but it
must be upon the distinct understand
ing that tbe committee is to have
nothing lurtner to do witn
your . fight, and to furnish
you for further aid, either in money
or otherwise. The General said, "Sup
pose the Republicans of the district
nominate me, what will you do then?"
I replied, "We will consider that ques
tion when it comes up, as we will con
sider other queetons when they arise."
The General said he was in a hurry to
get away. I replied, "Call here Ibis
-evening and I will pay you tbe money."
He called in tbe evening and I did so,
in tbe meantime having collect! the
money from some Republican mem
bers of the Hons?. No other person
was present at this interview.
Qufs. 9 In the interview above re
ferred to. did not Gen. Chalmers say
he would be an open Republican cm
d'date if that was dtemed best, but
that he (Chalmers) thought tat it
was wise to pretend t3 hs an Inde
pendent, or words to that eflVct?
Acs. I do not recoil' ct of bis say
ing any such thin?, but do recollect
of his saying that when he got home
and fairly inco the fight, he believed
tbe Republicans would r ominare or
indorse him, I can't recollect which.
QufS. 10 Then what do you mean
-by faying in your answer just before the
last that GeD. Chalmers urged that
there was co better way of spending
money than by doing so if I really
wanted a Republican from that dis
trict? Ans. I mean by tbie.that I suppose
when Chalmers saw what I was really
driving at, and wanted to accomplish,
be was anxious to get tome assistance
and fell in with my views of the situa
tion. Ques. 11 What was it you were
driving at and wasted to accomplish?
Anr, I wanted to stir np dissensions
in tbe Democratic party in that district
and elect a Republican, for at that
time I was not favorable to Gen.
Chalmers's candidacy, only so farvas I
could use it to secure Republican suc
cees. The scope of our conversation,
ss I understood it, was to divide the
aiemocrats and electa Republican.
Qaei. 12. With that understanding
jou paid the $250 to Gen. Chalmers ?
Ana. I did.witb that understanding
on my part.
Q.ues 13. Was there any misunder
standing between yoo, as .you under
stood there or afterward ?
Ans. There was no talk about a mis
A 4'olorad llllanalrr.
J. L. SandersDn, whu is, without
metaphor, one of the oldest stagers in
the United States, is at the Planters'
House, from Colorado. Until two
years ago he was known all over the
West as tbe owner of nearly all tbe
stage coach lines in tbe Pacifis Coast
States and Territories and a million
Aire. In 1878 bis business wts at its
best. His coaches and bmkboard
were then running over 2400 miles of
frontier country, and when he began
a tour of inspection of his lines be was
away from homo three monthawllla
rttging business then extended into
Montana, Idaho, Colorado, California.
Missouri and Kansas. He was shrewd
and far sigated, and as the railroads
buiit west ae sold hit lines, one after
tbe other, til in 1S84 he found himself
without a korse or a coach, and with a
bank account larger than ex-Senator
Tabor's. He tben went into mining
tear Denver and is at that now. He
is buying machinery in St Louis. Ha
is nearly 60 years old, but is fond of
display and indulges his taites. Dia
monds are bis aSttction, and he habit
ually wears four l.rw ones, three as
rhiit itada and one in a ring, and this
jewelry apjears on bis person day and
A PLUCKY WIDOW.
How a Hew Orleans Winu Bnllt
Up a Profitable Trade.
New Orleans 1 imtt-Democrat: Down
on Chatties street there is a flourish
ing factjry, iunuing en engine of
eiatbteea horse power, and employing
tbirt-flve men. women and bovs. that
has been establi:hed, built op and is
now under toe sole direction and su
pervision of a clever, plucky woman.
Ten years ago this lady'a husband
died, leaving her u tsrly unprovided
for, with a large family o( children to
support, la just such desperate cir
cumstances has many a mother had
to face the world, but there are few,
unfoituoately, who have had the en
erget c dttsrminatioa of this little
Her busband had beon a boxmaker,
employing a number of Northern
hands, from whom his wife had
1 arned every department of the trade
little guesting when she sat up at
night to help the girls out in tbe work
given them by the piece tbat this same
knowledge would one day stand ber
in such good stead. But so it was, for
after failure ia basinets and a long ill
ness the husband died, leaving debt
ins;ead ot money in bis family.
Some thing had to hi done, she says,
and tbat done quickly, for there was
not money enough ahead to pay even
the $8 rent for tue attic in whicu they
lived. A brave heart and high cour
age, I hat refused to be daunted, helped
her to decide on tu niog her knowl
edge oi box making to practlial ac
count, and way up itaiis, in the flat
rao'ed, crowded garret, she began her
work, making htrelf every variety of
paper box the market demand;.
Hne went around to the wholesale
confectioner;, druggists, shoe shops,
milliners, every business house that
used larte quantities of these packing
cases, soliciting patronage and meet
ing with marked success, being
another grateful woman to testify tu
the universal courtesy, kindness and
flood will New Orleans people show to
the working class. So many orders
did she receive tbat in a few months
she was able to double the space occu
pied and descond one story. Another
year went by and the tiade Laving
grown lo large and fl mrishing propor
tions warranted another increase, the
tbiid flo r was added, and this factory
was no longer an experiment, but an
establishment of reputation.
Tbesucues ful manager traveled for
her house, pelting odtrj from all
paits ol Louhkna and going on drum
ming tours through Texas that always
resulted in a lerga increase of pat
rons. A fact of which she seenitd
most proud was tt.a. when she once
secured a customer they were bes
always. Two la-ea houses tha men
tioned here in tbe city that had first
given ber work hid never wavered;
sbe makes Hundreds ot Doxes lorinem
Tniee years paeed, end at laet the
cautious head saw ber business guar
anteed adding tbe fourth and ground
floor to the. three others, now tco
The Placid Lire or Chicago.
E-telline (Dak ) Bell: "Found any
more bombs around the house?''
asked a Chicago man of his wife on
returning home for dinner.
"Yes; I swept a couple off the fiont
etersand lound one tonceaied in the
basket of potatoes that the grocer
brought. I threw it out in the street
and it exploded and killed two police
men and a sireet car horse."
"Go 'd thing you discovered It; it
might have hnrt some of the children.
Anything else particular?"
"Nothing much. I found a lot of
ted flags and empty beer bottles and
pieces cf gas pipe filled with dynamite
down cellar. The policeman on this
beat took them away. He says it
mutt have been used as an Anarch
"Probably. I heard some strange
noises in the garret last niglt and
wouldn't be surprised if they had
moved in np (here too."
"I'll go up and look, after dinner,
"I wish yon would, my dear. I must
go this afternoon and attend the fu
nerals of frown and Thompson, who
were dynamited last night, or I would
do it myself."
Mortality report for the week end
ing Saturday, September 4, 1880, at 0
o'clock p.m. :
Name. Bex. Color. Cause Death.
J L Brisbo.....
E II Lamar....
"W T Tharp ...
B W Poek...
(J II Chandler
tTony Konce ..
O F Montana.
Helen litu ..
A Tireria I
Eddie Bailr ..
'Ch C Owens...
A Douglas ......
Ch S Armste'd
ool'ed heart disease,
tFrom hospital. "Coroner's InquesL
Distribution by Wards First, 6;
Second, 3; Third, 9; Fourth, 0;
Fifth, 6; Sixth. 2; Seventh, 4; Eighth,
2; Ninth, 1 j Tenth, 4. City Hospital,
4. Still born, 6. White, 20. Colored,
20. Total, 40.
W. D. GRAY, M.D..
ScoreUry Beard ot Health.
Resunaeel Work at the Old Wafes.
St. Louis, Mo., Saptembsr 4. The
strike of the coal miners at Bevier,
Mo., has been temporarily settled.
Tbe men have agreed to go back to
work at tbe old ra'e of waegs, with the
understandicg that, if bu iness shall
warrant it on the let ef October, their
wages shall be rais-d to the desired
amount. If business is at ill dull tt
that time, tbe men will quit again and
hold out nntil their demands are
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1880.
' - J1CKS0J, r ;
THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
FULLY A LITE
To Its Duties, and Taking All Neces
sary Measures In the Blloxi
larsorar, to thi arraaL.I
Jackson, M iss., September 4. There
is a law in operation in this State ap
proved, which provides f Jr a Caunty
Board of Health in Harrison coun'y,
and confers upon that bord exclusive
juriedicion over tbe water front. Tbe
St its Board of Health cf Missieippi
therefore bai no authority wba'ever to
enfjree any quarantine regulations
along the water front of tbat county to
prevent tbe introduction of epidemics
through that channel. The State
Board of Health, however, has au
thority nnder the law relating to it to
take charge of any locality in the
State where an epidemic or contagious
d siase makes i's appearance, and un
der this authority it is now acting at
Biloxi. The first information received
by tha State Baard of Health of tha ex
istence of the sickness at Biloxi was a
telegram from the secretary of the
Jackson County Boaid of Health, re
ceived on September 1st, and steps
were immediately taken to enforce the
nec.sary measures of prevention.
Tbe State Board has an inspector on
duty, the infected district has been
quaranteed and disinfection practiced.
Nothing will be left undone and no
expense spared to control the disease,
ample means being at tbe command of
the board. Up to last accounts fifteen
cases of the disease had occurred since
the beginning of the sickness. The
officers of tbe State Bon d are efficient,
energetic and reliable, and have
omitted no duty in tbe premises.
Qatranilne EalablUhed at Colniu.
Ibficul to tbi arraaL.
Coixmiii'8, Mies , September 4. In
formation having been received here
today that the cases of fever reported
at Biloxi several days ago were yellow
fever, and that several places had
quarantinid against that place, our
Mayor and Board of Councilipen at a
called meetirg torlav upon advice of
the Board of lloalth pasted quaran
tine regulations against B.loxl and vi
cinity, and ths Mayor has issued a
proclamation to that effect.
Where They Came From.
Merchant Traveler: The minister's
wife sat on the front porch mending
the clothes of one of her numerous
progeny. A neighbor passing that
way stopped in for a friendly chat. A
large work bat kit half full of bu'tics
sat on the fl or of the porch. After
various remarks of a gossipy nature
the visitor said:
"You seem to be well eupplied with
buttons, Mrs. Goodman."
'Yts, very well, indeed."
"My. gracious! if there ain't two of
tbe same buttons my hu-bind had on
his last winter's suit! I'd know 'em
"Indeod !" said the minister's wife
calmly, "I'm surprised to hear it, as
all these buttons were found in the
contribution box. I thooght I m'ght
as well put them to some tue, so I
what, must you go? Well, be ture
end call agiin soon.
St. Louis, Mc, September 4. J. W.
Sanborn, secretary of the State Board
of Agriculture, makes the followirg
crop report for August: Corn has gone
steadiiy down for August and its gen
eral condition is now 61 per cent.
Drouth and heat have been general
over the State, and tbe few short rains
inadequate to break it. The crop is
now made and will toi materially
change All other crops and pastures
have suffered from drouth. The con
dition of potatoes is 70 per cent. : to
bacco, 73; sorghum, 70; flax yield,
9.84 bushels; hemp, condition 84 per
cent. ; cattle, 90 per cent
Turner af the Ohio Valley. .
Louisville, Ky., September 4. The
anniversary celebration of all the
Turners of the Ohio Valley States be
gan here tonight and will continue
through Monday, with a latge at
tendance of representatives from Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Evansville, St.
Louis, Chicago, Terre Haute and La
fayette, Iod. - Welcome addresiea
were delivered by Messrs. Phillip
llollenbaeh and the Hon. K, II.
Tbompson, of this city. Tbe games
and contes's will begin tomorrow at
Mnrdercd for Ills Honey.
Pittsburg, Pa., September 4. A
Bedford, Pa., special to tbe Chronicle
Telegraph says: The remains of an un
known tramp was found this morning
in tbe ruins oi a stable fire which oc
curred early yesterday morning, The
tiamp was seen in the company of a
worthies negro named Bates on
Tnurfday, and bad nearly $'J0 in bills
and silver on bis penoa at the time.
Bates was the first man at tbe fire, and
as he failed to sound tbe alarm it is
thought that he murdered the tranp
for bis money and then set fl e to the
a'nhle. Bates has been arrestod and
will be held for trial.
Oen. Logan's Reception at t lilcmo.
Chicago, III.. September 4 Gtu
eral and Mrs. Logan arrived in the
city this morning at 7 o'clock. They
took breakfast with Gov. Alger and
party, in the Governor's private car at
Twenty-second street, after which Mr.
and Mrs. Logan were driven to their
residence on Calnmet avenue. About
10:30 o'clock tbe committee of citizens
called on them and tendered them a
reception at tbe Grand Pacific Hotel
this evening. The invitation was ac
Am IntereaiiBB Annleereary.
Reading, Pa., September 4 The
112th anniversary of the meeting of
the first American Congress in Phila
delphia, September 12, 1774, was cele
brated here today by the American
Protestant Association of Eastern
Pennsylvania. Lodges were present
from Polladelphia, Norrlstown, Potts
town, Conshohockenand other places.
A street parade of the lodges was fol
lowed by a picnic, at which there was
a banquet and speeches.
Shot Iteeaato He Toted for FrohlMp
Niw Oblsaks, La., September 4. A
special to the Picayune from Vicks
burg, Mis., says: James Lanier, white,
and a magistrate in this onnnty, yes
terday shot and killed Moses Warner,
an old colored man. because the latter
had voted for prohibition and against
Lanier's interest. Lanier bas a bid
reputation. lie has been engaged in
several shooting affrays in this city
A Tall Sltory or a Centipede.
Hit Tombstone: A company of emi
grants had camped in Sew Mexico,
and one night one of the party, who
was sleeping on tbe ground.was awak
ened by a peculiar sensation on his
toes. He locked and eaw an enormous
centipede crawling across his foot
Only a few feet from him was tbe
cam fire, and he could see every fiber
of the tent a. Knowing me cecuu
aritics ol tha effect ot its s ing, be, too,
waa in a fever of excitement. Afraid
to move a muscle, he dared not at
tempt to shake it off. After a sec
ond's pause be reached under his
bead, got bis pistol, and, taking delib
erate aim, fired. It was a life saving
shot for tne man. ine centipede di
vided and dropped on each side of his
foe t. But here comes the most re
markable part ol tbe story. Within
an hour after the shot wes fired tbe
men heard a terribie gioaning from
one of taeir mules tied only a few
yaids away. They went to tbem, and
found one of them with his left fore
leg swollen to an immerso siz-. The
swelling increased, as did tPe agony
and groans of the brute, until it died
in about thirty m'.nuus thereafter.
An examination was made, and it was
discovered tbat the hnllet that bad
severed the centipede had entered the
mule's foot jnst above tbe hoof and
inoculated it with the poison from the
Tho Hew aaaToao.
FARRISQXON. STEWART k WHIM.
Rates, 2 50 to H per day, aeeording to leoa-
- tion of rooms. ,
Wm Colcamp, Tens V Harrell, Miss
fH Trice 4w. Ind V U Keileommon.Mis
W Hutchison, Miss Miss Bmith. Miss
KTHaird, Va T B Sims It, Tenn
8 J MoCawler, Ind Jno M Grain, Ark
6 a Marshall, Mo J Werner, N Y
Harry M.rx, Ohio II H Kosenfelt, Oa
J II Winihlp, La h W Cutler, La
0 U Itaker, Conn ) Martin Aw, Miss
A S Sloan, Miss Miss Robertson, Mist
G L Ourly, Miss L II Chapman, Miss
J F (loose, Miss K D Robertson, Ark
WTHond.Tenn L W Whitlow. Ky
K J MoClean. Mo J II Webb, Ky
OJ Kin, Miss 8 O Price, Miss
0 E Barker, Miss J L Stoin, Tenn
P Wheeler, Art 11 E ry, Tex
R B Kva lis, Miss 1) C Dale, Miss
W L Miller, Ky W J Carpentor, Ky
M E Pierce, MIm A G Ksbert, Tenn
R K Ilnbhartl, Mils G A Parker. Ky
D Kimball, l. K E tjrabb, Miss
A M Murphy, Teen F M Jones, Tenn
8 B Chester, Mies (I 0 I'lumb, Tei
A W hosier, Mita K H Hardwirk, Tenn
I) L Dwyer, Miss J T Pollock, Tenn
H L Taylor, Ky W 0 bane, Tenn
THUeth.Tenn N W Townsend, Miss
K U Clifford, Miss A W Lawson, Tenn
G B Lamar, Ga C II FooU, Mo
1. G Kort, Mo R H riavis, Ind
C E Elien, N Y 11 B Winstin, Miss
J Will. s, Mine 8 K Ulaekburn. Miss
A L Hutchinson, Ark R II Miller, Ark
LEW bite, Tenn T 1) Rawlinas, Tenn
L K Houston. Tenn RP Miller, La
X E Pluooer.La CB banning, Ky
DC bmith, Ky Y K Fulton, Mo
J M Reed, Miss J H Ueorire, 1 11
LPDunton, 111 J D Davis, Ky
T D Woodruff, Ky CB Simpson, Ata
RE Dunn, Ala 8 B Simpson, Miss
HJNobb, Miss CT Whitfield, Tenn
Gen Whitcomb, Ark C 8 Powell, Ark m
liBSoott.Mo RJ MoAllisttr, Mo
J J Nowsom, Mo.
W. H. BINGHAM MAKiflsa.
European plan. Enlarged and refurnished.
Prioes aooording to siie and looa
tlon of rooms.
C R Hicks, Pa W T WitherlngtonArk
W R Hearvey, Miel R M Leeoh, T-x
11 11 Parnell, Miss Miss L Fume I, Miss
J J fusey, Mis .1 N Pattnn. Tenn
J B Rticker. Ill L B MoKarland, Tenn
Miss M Keller, La Miss M .Smith. La
Mrs J U Evans. Misa Mrs J 11 Perkins, Miss
W A Uarkins.Va E 4 Wiih rs A w, Miss
II C MeRchum, Misi .1 F Smith, Ark
K H Uriius As, Ky N G Soots Aw, La
J Brawner, Ark . A B Craw lord. Ark
E W Sc hneibner, 111 R B Bassytt. N 0
MiJsWilliamson, Miss Mrs It K Hailoy.Misi
Miss M P Moore, Miss W II Volkomnr.Tenn
J D Robinson, Misa A H Bibb, Ark
W W Ford, Ark K Ilsnleberg Aw, Tenn
K D Collier, Tenn H F Temple, Tenn
J T Hiltsman.Tenn B W Bailey, Miss
W A Johnson, NY J A Oinburir, NY
R 8 Brown, Tenn II E Andrews, Tenn
Miss MBeasley, Ark GS lox, lenn
ASlorm.Tenn T Shenron, rnn
D M Wright, Tenn Mrs 8 K Fisher, Miss
Mrs M C Arnold.Miss R A Miller. Miss
C N Heoy, Va Miss O G Smith, Misa
Wm Volkmon.Tenn J H Stuart, Misa
J W Elliott, Tenn G L Shelton, Tenn
J 8 R Cowan, Tenn 11 T Olinsted, Tenn
K Lewis, Ark 8 W W Taylor, La
J Raspbury, Ark
0. B. GALLOWAY & CO Paopaiaxoas.
Rates (2 50 and f! per day, aooorJing to
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O a MoGuire, Miss R E L Weill, N Y
V Valentine. N Y
r u roote, at
A Aekeruian, N Y
Miss M Dial, Ark
P H Thornton, Miss
E G Banger, Ga
AT White if, Ark
L W Raines, lad
J H Dial, Ark
f(l Dial, Ark
N B Price, Ark
JF King, Tex W G Jacques, Miss
D l'urmer, Miss A D Porryman, Ala
b la uammonu, ny
J L Fletoher. Misa
J Louohlein. Pa
PT Griffin, Ky
W 8 Moore, Tenn
C F Putn -m. Ohio
M Martin Aw, Mo
R U Morrow, Ky
C JBterwald. NY
A 8 Kuhn, Mill
h II Levy, miss
W F Gage, Ohio
K A Williams. Mass T W Johnson, HI
fcl Bairu, va
II Gorman, Mo U H Leaoh, N Y
H L Chandler, Pa L U Martin Aw, Tex
K K Meier, Mo J Rossan, Ark
G R Griffin, Tenn 8 Heelig, Mo
W W Longley, Ark R N Tay or. Pa
W Homes, Ala I Bchroder, Ohlo
MrsUurley 42 d. Miss 0 H Ingersnn. Tenn
F A Franoisoo, NY G Hofinan, N Y
E R Ferguson, Va 8 Gilbert, Ark
F M Doval, 1 enn J II Peace, Misi
D L McKae, Miss W 11 Hancock, Mill
J W J BaKrow, Ky h White, Ky ,
F Orgili, Tenn J E Biitke, Miss
WJ Sawyer, Ark J A Wilson, Tenn
j MoDona d, Mo O T Muster, Pa
J Block, Oh o 1111 Matlock, Tenn
W II Flynn.Tonn WCBaird.Tenn
JT Mason, Tenn C L Pullen, Tenn
A ESywmes, Tenn J 8 Duosooinh, Tenn
K Goodwyn. Tenn T A I Ion, Tenn
It IMi 'oJwyn. Tonn .1 J DuBdsb, Tenn
H Williams, Tenn D W Fly, Tonn
.1,11 1'oston, Tenn B C Johnson, N X
JoeOrgill, Tenn J Cole, Tenn
W B Moore, Tenn H Slratton, Tenn
A H Treadwell. lenn W P toly Lenn
C Wiirains. Tenn
J b Watts. Tonn
.1 II Austin, Tenn
J M Gnnduar, Tenn
W 0 McClure, Ten
II L Guion, Tenn
F Fowler, Tonn
8 Nelson, Tenti
G L Webb, Kv
8 P Taylor, Tonn
A Albrigton. Tenn
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K Will. tie, Tenn
li Cnstls. Tenn
.1 A Denlo, Tenn
CK Clarke, Ky
Dairy's European Hotel,
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60o, 75c and II per day: Amerioan Plan,
ti per day.
First-class Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (HI years with Peabody Hotel)
L Carrothers, Ky
H L Robbins, Tonn
?M Jackson, Tex
T Springer, Mo
M Reaves, Ark
J M Robertson, Miss
II T IJ.m, Mn
II Latham, Mo
W T Arlington, Tenn
II M Perrtn, La
L R lloid, Miss
W 11 Williams. Tenn
W B Adams, Mo
J II Ward, ind
W W A l.r.n.l.r. Ark T II Mitchell. Kr
J H Whitetleld, Ark A McAvery, lenn
J A Honrs. Tenn
L Superman, Tenn
Mrs Hines Ac. Miss
CP Burton, Tenn
A EOemneys. Tenn
OA Griffin, Miel
T Lattin, Tenn
tl H.in,thria. Tnnn
11 LUHBr. 1UUU
F B Wesley, at Iss
Mrs Wilson Ac, Misi
A Dickinson. Ark
N 1 Shotwell, Mo
8 Backs, Mo
B Stevens, Tenn
J W Ogle, Tenn
V J Caldwall. Tenn
T L Bingham, Tenn
M L Kensington, III WO Graham. Miss
W C Pennyman, Ala R W Southwick, Ky
0 0 Wildman. Miss WT Gibson, Ark
H M Connors, Ark.
MorebaaeJlM Imports) at Mow York.
Vw Vabit RnnlsmhAS A Ths lm.
portations of general merchandise at
ending yesterday amounted to 10,271,-
UAMTPn AGENTS, Men and Womea,
WMfi I C.U to sell "TOE CHILI7
IB LB " Introduction by Re-.J U. Via
cent, D.D. One agent kae sold in a tew:
of 674 people I one 73 la a Tlllate. of 714 oa)
bow agent S6 In 10 days tone) two s leees.
live weeks i one 40 in S days at two differeat
Umes.Bxperienee notneeasaary. A tdreil
0 TarWnf n etraai CMcaee.
OOUI.TM.IV. T. Board on the Hill,
Mrs. II. C, Howard, 2i6 Washington
Park. Room! large; location delightful.
Convenient to ears to Manhattan Beach,
Coney Island, Long Beach and Central Park t
also to New York placos of amnseroant.
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
O K HORSE POWER Nearly new. Also,
MO smokestack, belting, pulleys, shaft
ing, tooli, oto.iApplv to or addross
mat T00F, MoGOWAN A CO,
WfXti opened Jene 1st. Tots noted
watering-place ia situated six miles
troaa JKtna Furnace, on tbe Nashville and
Tuscaloosa rauroaa, in tiickmaa eonaty
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at Jitna
and will convey guest to iprlnga at a very
Boartt, a0 Per Haaih I ! pr lta,
HpevrlMl atatra to rarallle.
Wo Invite all who wish to spend the most
Bleaaant seaion of their lives to come to
eaverdam, especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Good water and pure air la
BI DDLENTOBI BKOfl.,
Liverymen, Centreville, Tenn.
B. A. DBA.N. Proo'r Centreville lloiel.
GRAND HOTKL.A1.I1M NPKINWR.
Hockbridge C., Va. High up in the
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and beautifully shaiied lawn.
Gaa, electric bells, and all modern Improve
ments. Two daily moils, post, telegraph and
express offices on the premises. Table the
very best. Luxuriously furnished roomsi
surerb band of music. Send for illustrated
fianiphlet. Charges moderate. Open (or vis
tors. June 15lh. Witters; '"., ('Wyieae,
and trrtrton. R. T. WIIJUSON-Man'sr.
Among the Northern Lakeo
Sf Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
reds of delightful places where one can past
the summer months inqnietrest aadonjoy.
ment, and return home at the end of the
boated term completely rejuvenated. Each
recurring season brings to Oconomowoc,
Waukesha, Beaver Dam, Frontenan, Oko
bojl, Minnetonka, White Bear, and Innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best people
whose winter homes are on either side ol Ma
son and Dixon's line. Kleganoo and com
fort, at a moderate oost, oan be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, witn all
necessary in forma ion pertaining thereto, is
being distributed by the Caicauu, Mawao
(Bi akd 6t. Pita lUawiT, and will be sent
free upon applicatUn by letter to A. V. H.
Carpenter, General P asset ger Agent. Mil
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The exeellea
of the euHine, and accommodations char
acteristic of this hotel during the past three
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
Excursion tickets to the Springs by the L,
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, to proceed on first train
succeeding arrival in Louisville.
W T. OHANT. I're-'t. .1, O. KTNfl, Hnn't.
J. F. II0LST & BR0.
(successors to a. b, roust a bbo.
HATS KBHOTED Ttt
Ho. 330) SECOND ST., MEMPHIS.
ArULL and complete stock of Wood and
Metallic Oases and Oaskete, Cloth-Covered
Caskets end Burial Robes always on
h ind. aaeriOrdera bv telegraph promptly
L. 0. TILER.
W. T. STONE.
(Successors to Eokerly, Stone A Co,)
ALSO, AGENTS FOR THE
WINSIIIP COTTON GIN
268 Front Street, Memphis.
aUK join? letnllcr for Mi Original S3 Hhoe
. - llewareof Imitation. ' '
K one Gennlue aoleee beturlng thlaHtamp.
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE.'
IT I lnTliiltnn i Vn nTssaanl 1 aasb Tltat Oni
jUtHtw luaatevsef vwni'waiiie eww '"jvn-v
bUU y. Comfort and Aptnar-
.mu . .uut.lo.nluintbl
US will bring you Informs,
nowtogcnniB Mm u
turtle or Territory.
Hoanfl & Co.;
ThW aboe ataada higher hi the estimation of
ITtfMn than any other In tha world. Tbou
aanda who wear It will teU jrou Uu season U yua
Ornns Mxupnia Gas Lioht CuurAar,)
MaiiPHiH. Tang. f
BY order of the Board ol Directors of the
Memphis Gas Light Company, made
Julys, 18Htl, a meeting ol tbe stoo holders i;
said company was oalled to be held on Mon
day, October 4, Wfl, at the office of the com
pany, in Memphis, at 12 m., to consider ant
act upon a ooniract made by the Board ol
Directors with Taxing District ol hhlb
county, a copy ol which contract hss beet
rent by mail to each stockholder. In lurllisl
pursuance of said order of the Board, notici
of sal J masting ia hereby given to tho stock
holders ol salcf oomtianv. and they are earn
estly requested to be present, or send proxies
witn I heir Instructions us to tue voting oi
their stock upon this proposition to accept
or reject said contract.
Secretary of Memphis Gas Light Co,
September 1, 18SD.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
: -i ,,'-k.'V"e,l H
preMtr. Bultabte for all kinds ef buildings.
For prices and estimate! at factory rstoi,
call en or address
VI W(.J W . J .k.ln.
MEMPHIS METAL k WOOD M F'0 CO.,
138 A U0 Main it., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it..
Headquarters for Iron Fensss and Cresting,
Galvanised Iron Corn Ice. Tin Rrnfa AKtoves.
STEAM ICE CREAM MANUFACTORY,
IMPSiRTRft 1TATCRAL KFrrRVEAV
UKNT MISJKKAI. WATr.lt, IT HUM
DIKRKSU0RN. UNEXCKLLED roa
FAMILY USE RKC(JMMJN1
ED BY TDK
Hlgbsjat Hextlcal AulborltlM.
Bole Agents for Memphis,
JAejOBM at tltlHalf,
Koch's Fat. Store
NIIELVINO Is adjustable to meet any teed
orbusness. Itis cheaper than old style. Can
be put up bv any one. IIssmiishIsmI for
raairy aaa Buost aneivee. Aauress
KOCH A. II. CO., BlfrH,,
41 MAIM T.. PEOKIA, HX..or,
Hlmmen Hardware) t'o., St. Louis. Mo.
Drug Store for Salo.
DRUGSTORE, 75 Chrteson avenue, do
ing a tr st-class Prescription and Drug
Business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
at li Linden street. satfel
Wl 1 1 "ejh. 41
l't is l. r.VS. noatoa. Jtose.
.sartauiaiiiiiii s" -'
The Planters Fire and Marino Insurance Co
met la Camaay'n BuIMIb. N. at Maelieaa BtrMt, Memphis, Teaa.
D. T. PBTSB. Prew. I OTBRTOM. jr Tlee-Pree. I J. B. SMITH, S ee'r
r. H. HUNTJt,AaelataatSrlar.
DIREtTOlia-8 H.BROOKS.ol Brooks, Neely A Co. I R. L. COFFHI. of Dlllard ACoffln;
D. T. POKtKR, of Porter 1 Macrae; JOHN OVERTON. Ja.. J. C, MILLS, J. R.
GODW'm.of J. R. Godwin ACo.t J. M. OdODflA R. of Goodbar Co. j
JM . J. M. PHlLLIPtJ. HARDWIG PERES
Camaaearrd Hatlaeaa In lr. l essfs raid.Ovsr Half a MlllUa.
Itwtllisigsj Eaperlally lrelrMi.
Alio RepreienU the 8rargoriat.D Fiaa, of Hpringfleld, Maas.i GgnaoiA Horn IaaoajMtc
Cohi-ait; MooaTiiN City, of ChatUnooga, Tenn.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
jr. x. ruttAJOK.
o. o. aiur.
J. T. FARGASON & GO.
Ubolesalo Grocers & Cotton Factors.
SI9 Front Street. Memphla, Tenn.
Oettea enstgaed to ai will bay ear careful atteatloa. We carry at all times wall-
selected stock ol
Stapls & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Llquorsjobicss & Clg trt,
! w-ll Mil mm
W. T IIOWDKti.
Xo. 34 nTnllNon Street, t Memphis. Tenn.
A. TACOAHO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nob. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEFT, lHHo 174 Adams St., MemphIf
I roa and cmvsmv
Maw.HllI.. ,' iZrV '-
IKON & 1UILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 220 and 228 Second St.
(Buoeeisori In this lenartmont. to JOHN MAN0UUK.)
aa-Wrlte ns for information nn ANY TMINO In .IthyrHne.
Bicoeuon to rpBTEB, TATLOB C0H
HO. SOO FROTTT STREET, i t IIEWPHW. TENH
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A, BAILEY & CO,,
IP 3Ln TEJ ESI IS IEa 1EZ SJ t
33G Meoond Street, Memplils.
A LAR08 AND 00MPLBTK STOCK OP PLUMBRR8. A8 AND 8TBAM TTIBi
J MntH'ils. Pnmm. Drive Walls. Iron. Lead and Hlone Pine. Klvt.iros. fllnhes. Kto
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St., Jleiaplilti. Tenn
ILL, FOMtlE & eo.
Cotton Factors. Commission Elerchants,
UTo. HO Banth gift In Ct.. St. IsiulM.
TfiMTxr A.Il SHa 1X1 I Hi. i
TILE. FUCK )J
na rao itt wmiir,
aa. eaavias. mmmm ..-
TTbolesale Grocer, uoiion i cior
And ComiRlsslsn Merchant!, j
232 and 234 Front St, Oemphis, Tc2.
rrvTIU ADAM ASB IOTUUWIi . f
u. t t a insev VI. i,n. time to
;!. 9 " 0 "Cg,u,ii W ax.aouie. A W whiaatoa atreaU. r
a. a. nun. i. l. wmdsoIi
fw $Hm lnwmm9.
-r rssaiisiusisaS'lrVr ' ,- vBllils
U. W. IfACUAS.
tt. I. WITT.
o. w. tomlin: wm. benjes.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjcs,
179 Mala 8t.,MemphU.
Offer special Inducement. In Open Basale.
or onr own maae, mi ri avv vu..
oar own make, at $120. All work
ranted. Call before jou buy.
mw Having disposed of oar entire ; too It of
Vehiolei and tie Manufaotnrlni! Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A BKNJKS, wa
besieak for them eontinaane. of to.
patron ace so Ion. extended to us.
CARRTAQR k HABDWARB COMTAWT.
II AIH and FI1IC 1SBICK, Ett,
wskm. 1 - - w . sm. svsausa- I
- - - - s
. J. Clalk.
the welihlna and sale of JI OottOB atrwHA