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Pases 1 to 8.
MEMPHIS, TENN. SUNDAY, MA1K II 31, 1889.
VOL. XLTX NO. G3
B. LOWBNSTRTN AND BROTHERS
ratasotataeaas.: mmm m i i
In Ladies' Rcady-Madc DRESSES
we are offering some very spe
cial inducements to buyers; al
though early in the season,
prices have been greatly reduced,
as you will readily perceive by
noting carefully all that fol
All -Wool Camel's Hair Serge
Dresses, nice styles, full drap
eries, heretofore sold at $15,
Lusterine DRESSES, all colors, ac
cordeon skirts, worth $25
th:se you can have at $.18.25.
Fcule Beige DRESSES in levely
combinations, with borders to
match, accordeon or princess
skirts, cannot be madender
$50; our price, $33.
Special Drives in Black Silk
DRESSES, ranging in price
from $18.75 to $100; any of
them worth much more.
Chanlilly and Taint D' Esprit
Lace Dresses from $55 to
Levely TEA Gowns in Surah,
China Silk, Henrietta, Cloth and
Chally, at greatly reduced
Most extraordinary bargain, tak
ing into consideration the ele
gant quality we offer -42-inch-Wide
Drapery Net, strictly
all silk, that positively cannot
be matched under $2 ; we offer
at $1.45 per yard.
At $1.50 per yard, 100 Piece
All-Silk Chantilly FLOUNCING,
in 40 pretty and choice de
signs, regular $2 quality ; this
Flouncing is worthy of in
spection on account of its supe
rior grade and very lew price.
Hemstitched and Irish Point EM
BROIDERIES are the newest
fancy. They are chaste and
handsome, and have taken be
yond all expectation. Wc.
bought largely of them and. still
have a full assortment, but they
will assuredly be scarce, as
there hasn't been enough man
ufactured to supply the de
mand. Prices range from 20c
to $6 per yard.
One Lot Jaconet EDGING, from 2
to 3 1-2 inches wide, all new
designs and choice patterns;
price, 15c per yard.
Ex o - f.
3 I IS. "
4 9 I
Colored Wash Fabrics.
Fine French SATEENS, our cwn
direct importation, embodying
a full range of the very newest
designs and col rings rich
fancies and somber shades,
with many exclusive designs
for which the French artists are
Colored Linen Lawns, the r-wst
beautiful collection ever shown
by us; all new patterns; not an
undesirable piece in the lot.
Scotch GlNGHA fS, every piece
Jreshfrcm the manufacturers,
nothing old ; over 200 different
patterns to select from.
f f n T 1 n
ouu vcaaea ielkrines rrom
$3.25 to $25. 150 Silk and
Jet WRAPS from $7.75 to $7 5.
100 Silk and Lace VISITES
from $12.76 to $50. 12 Fine
Chairiilly Lace Connemara
Wraps, worth $45, reduced to
$25. 500 Ladies' and Misses'
Spring JACKETS from $3 to
$15. Ladies' Mohair and Lus
terine ULSTERS and KlLLAR
NEYS. Ladies' Surah ULSTERS
and KlLLARNEYS, all colors.
Ladies' and Misscg' JERSEYS
and Jersey Blouses.
An Endless Variety of Ladies' and
Misses' Parasols, sun Um
brellas gold, silver and
carved w::d and La T . :as.
Colored Dress Goods.
At C5c Per Yap.d
100 Pieces All-Wcol French AL
BATROS, our own importation,
40 inches wide, in the follow
ing shades: White, Ivory,
Cream, Sky Blue, Myasotis,
Reseda, Mode, Apple, Navy,
Brown, Lavender, Pink, Nickel,
Nile Green, Tan.
At 65c Per Yard.
SPECIAL: All-Woe! Silk Finish
French HENRIETTAS, in all the
fashionable street shades ; best
value for the price in the city.
At 75c Per Yard
Yokahama SUITINGS, full 42
inches wide, every fiber wool;
very desirable and excellent
At $1 Per Yard
Himalaya BEIGES in mixed color
ings, full 42 inches wide, all
wool, suitable for street and
175 Dozen Ladies' Black COTTON
Hose at 35c, cr 8 pair for $1.
The dye of these hose is guar
anteed to be absolutely fast
will not crock or stain the fed,
and are free from all poisonous
f THE XIX'IM) (j'ETTIXU LKFT
pfe-THB ADMINISTRATION DOES NOT RE
COGNIZE THE BLACK MAN
Lilies' Skirts, made of Lang
den muslin, cluster of tucks
above a very nice hem, at 30c,
Ladies' Skirts, made of excel
lent muslin, cluster of tucks
above a raffle of deep Hamburg,
at 65c, worth $1.
Ladies' Skirts, made of Lons
dale muslin, cluster of 9 wide
tucks above a ruffle of fine Ham
burg, at $1, worth $1.50.
Ladies' Gowns, made of Langdcn
m:islin, bosom consisting of 4
rows of fine inserting and clus
ter of tuclts, ruffle of fine Ham
burg around neck, down front
and around sleeves, at $1.25,
Ladies' Square Neck CBEMJSt,
made of superior muslin, entire
yoke of fine Nainsook embroid
ery, sir.es from 36 to 46, at
95c, worth $1.50.
Ladies' Chemise, made of Berk
ley cambric, entire yoke of Val
enciennes lace, at $1.75, worth
We open Monday our Spring Line
of China Mattings.
Smyrna RUGS.GxS feet, at $3.75.
Smyrna RUGS, 5fcct by SO inches.
Smyrna Mats to match, 75s.
In the Distribution of Offloea-An India
nation Maatlnr Hald Tha Mongrel
Republican Damocra'a of tha
boulh Secura tbt Cream.
hpelal IM pirti loTho Apnil.
WAajUMtW, Man lipi I ! i- rolnrrtl He
)uMirnii of I lie Nitilli air very in mil
uluriiieil over llm poliiiral .itualinn Jnt
Imw. Tliry think thai I'nulilelit Harris, n
ha been rniitflit hy ihe nni iii iii (
I'm , I i,, ii rat, wlio have In-come
reeriil convert t- U iiillianl.m mi the
tariir laniif. to the eflu t that, if lie would In
the distribution of lriiiiKe, throw over
tbe old ltrnili all rlrnirnt, keep neirroe
nut of nltlrennd ttvnj(nlie Ihe new white ad
herent of hi (:i rt y . he rould hn ak ll the
olld H-iuth and ilrmoraliie the IV-imn rwr.
Hn ih ""i " In llii. p. .1, in. Ii,i. f. ,r
Ihrm, and ther are friirhtetiol to think that
they ure lo be iftm-n-U in the distribu
tion of iil. The lniirralon I
tery prevalent atnmut them that the
ulnilnUtralioii ha nln-udy nun-i -I to a dipt
tbi policy of conciliation toward the Niuth
i in whilo In orih-r to iliie of the necea
lly of 1iik national lr(ilatlon, u h a
the Minmnli elrrtiuii hill, win, li wntilil. in
it operation, ifln t the North a Well a the
t--HI. WHMMb the Mfnaj are tak
Iiik mi-aMire to eomhat Ihi llnorv. The
Brat ateti in the nutter waa tak, I t,.i,i-lit
When all the prominent colored I! piililican
from liiiiiana wlm are now in the city,
held a i n-t coiifi ri ni , ti, ih-halr tin ,(n. -.
lion. The nii- tine i,i pr i l ,1 i.v , r li) A
K. Uliint, and K II. W. douldai t. ,1 in
Il wo ciiticlinlcl lo draw up an oddrc
drnnutn Iiik tin t-r,n ed Ollcy of roncilla
Uon a one full of lUnger to tha Ilrpithlican
party, and al the amir lime h,iwlug the im-
irtant part playeil hy the colored vole In
be pivotal Htaie. o) N x York. Indiana
tud i onuertli in and of Ohio and t'allfornla.
Mcrar. A. P M it I . A. Williama and
II II. W. ,,iil, I wi re appointed a committee
Ui draft tin al,lira ' other it inclusion
wa arrived at and the meeliiiK adjourned
until Monday niuht.
Diirlng the debate it waa aueyclcd thai a
Ihi wa a matter In which the entire nem
race wa lniereted It would be well to Imve
Iheauhjef l raiivaoaed hy the rrprearntalivaa
tif limn- thmi i iie Male.
I r in Ihi. tiiM-ation the Idea xrew until It
wa !' t mi l "I to rail nii-i t.tiKAf lha no
rm rrprearnUllvia of all the Wviirtliern
Hate, who will he here next week.
Ncitroc from the following Htute. an' In
l"Wa. and will take art in tbe conference:
UuiMnna. Mli.ppi. '1 iinenec. Alabama,
reia. Virginia, North and 8oulh t'aroliua
Wi-iitv i Murrh Ho. The l'reid"nt
ent the lolloniug uominatioui to the ncuale
John T AIiIkiM, of New Hampshire, to lie
Knvoy Kilnvirdltiarv ami Miulitrr I'leni
p ill-lit I r) of tin- I'nit.-d Hlalc In lln li.
titlbllc of Columbia; K-lwin H. Terrell, of
Texan, to ba 1 Knvoy Kltraordinary and
Minister rii'nlsiteiitlary of tha ValUd
Hlale. t, Height in.
Witlidrawii Julin W. Iterryman, poat
nmster at Veraaillra, Ky.
To ba Iielapilea Ui the t'onferaneo between
Ihc I'nitid Kutc of Aim rira and the He
p li.lns of Mr n ... IV i tral and S.utli
Ann ilea, llnyll, Huuto Douiingo ami the
Kmplrr nf Tlraill, to be held in Vahinttnn
In lMH-John II. Henderavn, of Missouri,
I'-oinrliu K. Illlu, of New York; William
I'incknay Whyte, of Mary Ian, I, Clement
ItudcUtluir, of Indiana, T. JaOiTaou
'ml.if... of Ma- a. Ihi , ti. William Henry
Trvscit. cf S i!li I'arolina; An, In n I uf
nettie. of Pennsylvania; John K (I. I'ltkin,
nf l.iii-iana, M..rri M. K-l.c, of (ali(,,nna,
J. il. HaieHin, of MMHL
I'nslm.isiers nrni lius l. fiould, K.nipo
rluin. I1.: Jamt OajSan. Ijit..'--, yt Wm.
II. RaMl. Meyermlnle, IV; rt A. love,
Worren, I'a.; Hubert H. ISarker, l-klrmii.
l'n.; Patld I'. K. Alexander, ApHllo, I'm.:
Kr.incl" H. I'urspll, Uy&n. ; John 11. Itur
ci i(..r.l. ( a in I. In., n-..ip- I l.inir, Man
ai'HI. la . Hanson J. Del, 111-, tiiiun, III.; John
II M.M.re, ( liarli-ston. III.; Hylveataf A. Ilal
lou, Naenille. III.; John i. rU-kels. Tnlan-,
t'al.; Ixaxten H. Lotaatlall, M.lct.i. I al ,
liinrgi-htiirtrvant. Alaiiii-dn. I'al.; John M.
Haion, Omm l Ity, Ore.; Tbomaa ti. We
ll il Kill nsburjr, W. T.; Hmnh J. Hanson,
l'hilliliurK. M. T ; Jotrpfi K. UtU, Vrr
nlllcs. Ky.; Krnnris A. Freer, (lalcslnirg,
III. : C'hnrle J. DwrlltV Hprlng Vnlley, HI.,
(icorKf K. NUboon, Nea City, Kaa,
I'roreefllna nl the s,. ,i
Wvnit.To, March 30. The Henate met
at noon. Tlie Vice I'm sidi-nt aiini.um ,1
the npmiutmcut of Mr. Karwcll aa a mem
ber of the ftelect Committee on Transporta
tion and Kile of Meat Product, hi place of
Mr. I'ulli.ni. exeu-e.1 at hi own reqiirsl.
The Heuate then, on motion of Mr. Hbrrtiian,
proceeded lo the condderation of executive
While the d.xir were e.iei the followInK
general huinea tai trnnarlel:
The resolution heretofore ofli red hy Mr.
Hhrrmaii for the apniiniiiM nt of a -intuit
ti e nf Ian Heniton to wait on the I'n aldent
and iniiire whether he had any further
i oiumiinleajlon wa taken up and agreed In,
and Senator fihrrman and Kanaoni wvre
Tlie rexillltlon offered yesterday by Mr.
Ihiwe, calling for lufnrmalioii a to the
liAi.gfnnl . jm, for Indian lauda in Idaho,
was taken up and agreed to.
p Mr. Allison offered a resolution calling on
the Secretary of the Treasury for inform
tloti a to trade between tlie I'nitad Mate
Tlie rcaulutlon heretofore nlfrrnl hy Mr.
Mill hell, iustriietliia; the I ollllnilli-e on
Mine and Mining to continue It iuveatlga
tioli a to the cause of delay in ettllng un
rotilotcd cluini hi the mineral division of
i ; i a! i i, i Ofllce, waa taken up and
The vacancy in the (Vnmlltce on Civil
Noire ll'tnin hnn-iit, raiikid by the ri-ig
nation of Mr. Chare, wa filled by Iho ap
pointment f Mr. Higgtns.
Mr. Mitchell called attention to the va-
-'in i in the initiee in, liatlroads. i n-d
hy Mr. W.dcsitt' resignation, hut no action
w. is taken Mr Plan remarking tliat there
were M-vrral oilier racanciea on lommlttre.
and that the iiielion had U tier lie over for
the pn M-iil.
The re. .lull m heretirtora oTeresI hy Mr
Hawes to mv Henry V l'.,r .si f,,'i .. r
I. to Hi. C .i tt n ri.reign Relation,
taken up and .inn . I to.
Tnr Henate. at 3 Hi o'clock, adjourned uu
III Monday at I o'clock p.m.
Wntnro, March 90. Tha Senate has
1,1,1111, I the following iioniinalione:
John Hick, to ba MluUter lo Pern;
Oevrge II. horlng, lo ba Minister to Porto
gal. Robert T. Lincoln, to ba Mhilt-r to
Great llrltaln. Allan Thorudyke Kice, to be
Mlulder to lluaala; Thomas Ryan, lo be
Minister lo Mexico; Patrick Kgaii, to be
Mm.. i. r to Chill.
Receiver. Public Moneya-Pol u M.
nam", atduthrie. !. T.; Jacob V, Admire,
at Klnflher itage atatlmi, I T.
R nister of rnldlc Ijii.1-Jacob C Fob
rrt at Kingfisher Ntae Klation; John I.
I 'i II". at llnlhrie. I ml. Ter.; Omm H. ttr
giison, Collector of Customs at Uclfiut, Me.;
ItoU-rt Ailain. Jr , to be Minister lo I'a... ,1
Unhig II M Inner, to be Miutilar to Ike
Central Ameriiun 8tale; W. I.. Krrjiga, to
be Miuiater to Ven.xuela; W. 0. Brad I.), to
be Minister rlrsldent an l .al (, u,.n
' ' W. " T'I''U. hi be I'm I tad Slate
Marshal for the Kat i u Hnrlet of Tanne
ec, Tya Olattn, to Ue XankaM for to
Wmleni DMrfd "(, North Cnrnllna: Marion J n II I,'
Krwin. I iiiIihI stales Atlorin v (or UieHeuUl'1 lalBl
ern IMstrictof lienria: (leorg.-Chandler, ol
Kansas, to be r'iral Ai: lutit S eretui ol
I tiarar l.en U i
Wasiiii.iti., Mar h.'it. The hit -st charge
agniii.t l-w is Wnlricy, who hns lnvn once
conflmiesl aktiovi rnorof Arixoiia. kej is mov
held up by a motion to nvonsUl.T, ure mid
to relate to bl M-rvh c n internal r inn
agent in laiiiisiatia. Thej are to the elleel,
it i reMirles, tlmt he took limiiej from d.s
tillers to cualde them to coiiniiuc to do kxe
hns in violnliiiu of the law. Mr Wollley
ays the MM) ilnnhth-ss was inlcinal, ,1 k
aonie one allei led hy his in ll.in m i lo !ii(
rrriaindist lleries In twti inna. J W. Kirhn
was gien as the name of the man who
would apiN-ar today ami make oath to the
Irhlh of the hurges. but he fulled to show
l'rs.rrll t e Nrinmah.
WAsiii.sn.ro. March . The Secretary of
the Interior balay i - I the fol'.iwlnf tin
portaul order reas ting remuals;
hrrtaraaav or th laiaaioa,
w.inikiiii. i i . Mreh at, i saa, f
Heads of bureaus and other iiflh r of till
ilepiirliiieut will not call for resigiiatiotis
except by dircctli.n of the Sci rrlary. and in
making recommriidatioiis for the . I . - , , -si
of mploye will p nise slate -( i ti. a.lv the
reus-.lis therefor, and nmt stale whether
there lui la-en due examination of all aa
per on Iiie in the ap nulmciit dlvlai in,
and there must he transmitted to the Hi n
tary all paper hearing on the uhjeet mid
tlie m oiuliK iidulinus
Jon W. NoaLt, HcrrcUry.
THE WElH-MtHPUY FIOHT.
Th Feather Welg .: I.enva ChloaJjo
to Do Battle for th Sporting World
Cniesoo, HI., March SO A world'
feather weight rhampi uisli p hallle for
f) and the Kirhanl K. Fox belt, with only
Hal sHTtntor allowed, wa the al trait ion
whl, h tonight, at 0:30 o'riM-k, brought to
gether at the pulk slnet ! ,t here. Just
I lint number of some of the cholccet aplrlt
in the aporting worlL Ker..ne nf th,- Km
s e I on lip toe to etp elation regarding
tbe event, and eager for the alighteat acrap
of information rom ruing the two who were
to do the fighting lb pugilist, Frank
Murphy, of Hlrmlng-ham, Kngland, and Ike
O'Neal Weir, qf Belfast. Inland.
I ' i --1. ii turned largely on the condi
tions nf the tight and the condition of lha
lighter. That the affair would lie a d sa-r
ale one. and in accordance w ith the t run.
"lo a finish, " few srrsitia In the crowd had
a do ul, I A puna- of fl,.Vaj, of whicli the
.,ser would rec ite only riVi. It wa. con-h-nded,
wa of its, II a Hu h In, In, . in. nl fur
a druggie, and the fuel that the agrei meiit
peel lied "skin glote" aparard uggetiva
of a bar I hitting match.
Ticket al : apiece and established repu
lalton of the "Parwin" waa whul made the
gathering unusually arlect, coufluing the at
lendaiic" In I ii t i, Inn , si excluiively to the
1 1 i.. known as icgn rollers.
It. I..re th. train left the
FAiT WORK BV RAi H AT MOM
OOMUUY PARK YHBTBKDAT.
Two-Towr-OldJ Who Unoek New Or
In ana Tim j Hilly Pr wjrarn tor tba
Mn'.ln -Th SouthW LMaTU
Now Rig at fldi UDtMrmoat.
rate of the wafers on Him resort ol
nf the light
wa already wrll up in the Ihouund. and
Indications were not lacking that there
Would be hemy Isrtling at the ringside.
Ruth Weir and Muiphy wen- d. In, d by
their rvtpccllvc arhsun to lie i the acme
nf physical form, while ryiimr of peiav.nal
Ill-will between law rnmbntiiul Were pirn
liar than ever. "Parson " Hutiie' well
knit figure aeeniril i vetywlier. Ills amooUi
luaiiogi menl of Ih" expedition waa being
liberally roctnirnled and aprerd ao aat la
in ' ry 'indeed, that few thmight It neee.
aary to hi(iiirt In advance lb dealhiatlnti of
th train or tinihir iletalla of th arrange
menta. Paraoiii who did attempt t.. u
chiae the inave airon were In general little
the w is, r for It i"l when the engineer
tulle. I the Ih-uttl. the art of the i, Ian
r)l io n crrl Inly wo thai tit fight
would bo at a pol wllbln two bour' rid of
CbJcagii, on Hn Ufa Hi if at Waatora Road.
The srrfert weather of )e-lerlaf drew
large number of visitor to Monlgoincrv
Park, ami they wen. well rcwardi-d lor their
hiiii. The ground never looked prettier,
and the emend, I g, ecu of the Infield foim
grateful contrast lo Hie dniurllng w bite of
tin h in , s and I -1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 u' - and the yrllowlsli
brown llnl of the track, la the early nn.ni
hig hour trainer Wen- 'may pcediui their
Imrs. s, and aome very rreiliuhle work w.i
I i ' h d Sum-of the tralm rs an- worked
up because Tnr Arrxtl. grta nn to the srr
fnrmance. of their hore in I give them to
the public. They fear it iy affect the ! t
ting a a. I lessen their i haifrr of w Inning on
their entries. To all such Tnr. Arrru.
aayr 'Han't b alaillMoi, g-rtlenien. You
willl..- able to place all lh-i uintiey yoi want
and at Idg laid, when your horse (tart.
Then-w ill not be an '.inch r sthlui..
inn to a-nk of. I'll vale trials an not wmth
a routhiciital, anyway. It' public form that
lens, inn lln- pun lie have a r .till to las pn
teiled from putlliig Hit If moo -y on era I ia,
nn. I tint ii what lot. Allan .--. s to
The work yrtcnlar wa mm' than aatJ
fartory, and conitinrd train, rs they hail
nothing to fear fnuii the two tear old run
lliij(. nl w-ctd her from .View Orlean.
The la-si in the lot down linn hi- not male
on fourth of a mile in les, than USA. There
are a dou ii two year-olds on the Memphis
track that can beat that will, ait half trying.
I: I Oorrijpui'a King Alfonso illjr, Ml llow
ard. made It yeaterdav In" ' William
M i,,,n In stunt tli ., Mma slid Lultl
II in ale it In o.Sit wilb lot to .pare. Mr.
Wlihn r ba an animal hi his -tible Ihalci.v-
red a iiuarler InO i.V, 1ml tie name Is Willi-
held fnm publication i. ut nf i, ct to the
owner' feeling. Hloiiey M- iitgotnery, of
tlie rut Uorrlgan lring. did II
yet arch on the Irm k, imk'n
running strong and y. M
an I Mela trn-.r half mil, in "
taigm-1 hurley i. not b Ii g nr
I.. .Imw that he i not a n k
is.rtrd In th Bmkit far ,
nut and made three fourths in
your ye on that si. k horse w In n he hit.
llrooklyn. Today the track will lie fast
fault and ome Heel work lna l, . ija, i, I
lb heat time logo I hetwaii daylight and
lo o'clock a.m. Then all tin- hnrae are oul
and the fun U xhilcrlnu I tie following
am the condition of lb m nine program
KATINItg BATITIDAT, Mt II, 3.30 f.U.
First Hae Mall a will, pnrw I . lai.nhliw
l'i tirsl aiet fif. to nwaud, for tw. ' .sir ..Ids. mil. lo
rwrr) tin 1..1111.U, 11 II lew ami gc. i,, Ui can Itr7
won In AM, after a dead hi-iil with U'xing
l-oiM, U-.i lln 1 I.
mi oi,ijia xwrniga,
The foli, .a!,; . ... wsrighkflhl laslting
for loiinirnm s race at W urwans were
.atisil Us ulglil at Power A IV). ' Turf Kx
Fiil Race -rive e'hlh of a aide. ell..r 0, n
tints, ih. s 1,1 1 .i n i,s v 1., .. .pl 11.
.'. to t Kn-i tsoDlav 111, 4 In I; Jlmmle H. ls, in I
e It II
a, In I.
mil u7, (, Ui t, llumil M
I,.- .1 wink
mile in 1.4;
1 1 li nn
- d. hut just
Imrs- a re
.' In w . nl
I JV Keep
s I lues- Three l.xil'hs W ! . 117'
nrl N.ie Mile: imrw . .-I hi. h ,.L. I
thra yean old and uuw.al k
r. I ii. ,.n, I.
Admlwlnii to grand .t in.! '' cent. En
trta to clua al track at 4 o h ' April
at few lrlell.
Kxw OaLKA, La., Mm h .1" Tialay'a
race war run orr a fat "" The weathar
was bright and warm, an-l tin re wa a larg
Firtt Ita. e -Kivo furl ,i, Ihllrbmaa woo
In 1 .0X, Orang (Jlrl si' albs rlur M
'.,11 I f n mil.
I il I"! won m II- li. ,i '"I A ii ii-
Third Race-On mile Jltaw WUIIaml won
In H'S. H.lll.k etond hrmaii lb
Fuurllt rUo II..1 Ut Wettr
Flcmlt) 10 .
UA. to y i hei
Tlilnl i: r
man tt .. a t. I
year old.: I j.
107. 1 In ran
John l , iiiu.l. . 1 1 s. ..,. it lined Jockey.
A New Orleans (.. , il to an Ml hangc
): A bright little mulatto J. a key tiaiiml
Htevetiooa has attracted general attention
here by hi flm- riding He wa with lln b
rn-ek'a alablc. ami n m gni named lloblnaoii
ruled off here iasl veal, ihiilned to he Ins
guanlian and In i Large of the lad' lu
ll n is K Vend prominent aluldc h ue
tried l inn. has., the lads n I. a-c. hut
have been iin.uci cuaful. the reawin nndi-
ahlv being that llohinsoii had in.
right to ami le him. Jnliniiie Camiila ll
who. with i Minor Noh, n. of Albany,
Y control the Ik tcrwvck slahlc. wa ani-
lons lo ... I the h,, . inn I Went III Work ipliclly
I i hunt up tin lad - antt di nit lie found
that Men ns.ni s bgil i'u ii lians weie an
aacie and an aunt in Ml I. in- from whom
he hml run away a year ago. ami who w,
Ignorant of Ills wWfTaUoata, It Is . Id
Hlevetiaon belii el Hobiiiaon was sending
il, in moiii y regularly, hut when
Camplied'a agejit arrlviaL he found
lln m about being ejc la-l from their
home and In abj.et Hiverly.
Vmb r the rlrcanutance tbe nr nt had no
dinVulty In obtaliiing t It-1 r .Igiialiirr to a
document apprenlu imr Iho laiv to C.implM-ll
for five year at $l.isu a ,i I,,.- , on tract
arrived tbi morning and ' , il tiaik
laiasa asloli of hi new Jim key. Tae in h . .
iislrin ted tbe yoiHigsl -r that he bud I o
legally bound. It is the llr-t colored laiy
Camp'scll ha had. and he ch ell Stcvi nxiii
lo be a great name la f ire long.
I nraairaulMg Has. toil I ew.
Il I.Kik like biisiuea now all along the
line New Orleans nd Memphis have pnie
tie. illy completed their bains, Atlanta ia
hustling for players. Chattanooga ha chosen
her null,, rm and llirmliidiatii ha enaiigdl
J. A. Allison, of llnmklyn, a. manager, utul
h claim to have li;m-d live Al In, n
I i. nl. -n.n never WMludoulit They tTould
day lull there pending an earth, jiiak", and
If they win ahead Would kick against a
. .s. I,. In nt.
111. ,..li.l...... II. Ul.i ii lag t arag.
r-pntal ,,i-si' li In I in A ( - .1
iliawi voniw. Ala., March AO. This for.
I i I'resid. nt Kent, of our hall' luli re
reived a telerrani fmm J. A Allison, of
Hnioklvi!, who bus I.e. I ... areil lis In III i,-. -r.
aaying he bad already aigued llvn A No I
r. i ..id mi ll fni mil I, a n ami wnuld I, 11 'he
other now In a few day. He furih, r -I il I
that they were "pennant winner dead ur
and Would lie here In tlmu to tlurt II,
i;. i.i ,.
made l.v M ( in ut M nu..i
'. vl.iadi Fxpiuuiidl
of ml. ui an 1fnVwnir p
the soldi. . K n ie M inr.ni
iiifrr nn. I Harrison, tin principil umaleui
t. lit will he a ,,ne nillii ham li. il.. fol a lilct
nine prli-a w III be givni; anil, tu aildltlnli,
a IMirrnlr I all start. i whn full In i lite a
place. 'Il will las run Ihi wv Thai theie
are forty enlri.-s: eight bent will he run.
live mi ll ia i n h Ih.iI; the eight winner
I 1 will ride a s.. mi l nmiul. four 'ii
ra. h heal. Ihe llisi ami vi'.iiiil III each to
pete intlieliii.il for lit -t. ihs,.iii and
lliinl Btta Them will thus h thirty two
m b le.ite.l In the lirst round ..f In its.wl.o
will run ucaln say ill eillici h, ilsinwli.it
ma) be liHikisI upon a wcond raca, 'I lie
winners of lie li"iiti will loll the tame
course na is m ip.s out for I In- winner of
Hi, II rs. f nninl, and Ihi. ill, .-. In' In, n will
lake Ihe fourth. Ilfih and lilh nrln I In
Iwciilv four li liiaililnu men w III go Ihnui h
tbe Hue ptocew exactly, Ihe w llilicr taking
aevenlh. eik'hlh and iniilh .ries. Tilt n
will In-a lurge number of oilier event of
v. nn, ns iha, .a n r
Tlllt PI lll'OtEf- OF TUB CONTFRtNCM
TO Ul'. 1IKL.O DURINO Tllal Yh.'.B.
It I to Dlaruaa and Kcrommatid rtoma
Plan of Arbltmtlon For th Hettl.
ment o International Diapul. v
tttm National H I , , . , , , .
OkfJH Mffa III., Man h St). Th Eipwitlon
Building hn been Bccuiwd for a national
cycling tournament and exhibition of cycle
and cycling appliance May 13 lo It, Inclu
sive. There will b one pnifeestutial event,
ronlhniiiig alx day and eight huur d.nlv
For ibis i. ii will b given, and pmvldel
there are eight or more tlarlerw, it will b
divided Into IWo prir.-s the first mm taking
AVIO. tbe aeooBjd lW, the Ihlrd IA founh
7.-. and fifth 60. If ther ar lata than
alght tartan, only lour prlae will
b given, tlx third man taking l H
n I the fnurtb IOO. In addition to Ibis
a apxelal prlae will be given lo the wl
provioadtia Uata tin record, Til miUa,
THUS DIxNVK t BANK iiobbkbt.
No Trace of ih Sharper Pound by the
IUsii b, Col . Man h .Ul -W II Clink, the
man who was arrestc I last vfhing on su.-
pi' "n "f I. i n' the nun l, , i -1 I Ihe
Flrl National Bui of l.'l in. ami ule
I ic nt ly released alter J) II M .'l.ni faded
to Identify him, wo rttarn-stcd and will he
In Id to n in furiher derelopmeii's, on Ihe
charge of being an accomplice. II" nmst
positively d nlei any con a.-. Hon with the
Ih-leclive while w-n hlo the building In
the vl laity of the bank io lay discovered
In tlie hallway leading lo the laliiu.cr
Printing I nlnliany a light brow n r t in
the hh Vet- of which was a loaded rev.. her
and a bottle aupoaed to en-tain altlw
glyrerim- whhh evhlenth !. .d,r thrown
thrown then- by the r,iln-r u. he pis ,1
through Ihe linil linn inn I ing 1,1- . asr
The tin, I wa lal i u lo silu-e lie.iibiuarlera,
the Ik.iiIc and intileul to a chemist. An
in. ii I ..I the deadly exnlo.lv providlo
almpl.v a bottle of castor oil. No other
devi I. ,i.m. ul have la-en luaile In the i.i...
Ihiik mi- lure n-'tntl) from i.i.u.d
Rapids. Vl,, , where his fnlherl'i n I
in the liimlier busirtea. Mnnn after his ar
riv al here, lie n iie, a I nn otlh e fnr the
pnrHrs' nf loaning tmuiey on cballel im,rt
gag. a I Id - he e ive up two mout'is ago and
la, tiitiictid Ina iker eluli nann In
the Hah i. k A H...vard bha-k. and wa in the
rooms al the tune of hi arrcat.
A UKAVY hO.HH.
11m Bu!noaa Portion of tb Town of
Med. inn, Ala., Dtroyd.
j -e 1 ' l-'-i .1, ', , lln- V. .1
Hut w i noii iw, Ala . March .VI. At 2 o'clock
thi' morning the al inn of lire rapidly pn ad
Ihrongb III" pretty litlla town of rVddoii,
Ala., llsml forty miles fn.iu tin city, on
the iic .tgia Pa' itic Railroail. The luhabl-
tout rii'lied fnun llu-ir home to (Ind tin en
tir" biisim ss pail of Hie town ou lire. There
Were no lilght n, Imini to dis. over the
blae before It grilnd headway and no eu
gln.B to BXtlngulsb the llann s, and Hie con
BeUcm was that the busluetw portion of
the town wa destroyed.
Ih. los I distributed among the ilx nr
eight lonki-cprr of the village and will
amount to not lit than i ' covered by
Immraiice. Tb nr I believed to have been
of Incendiary origin It aiaried In a small
lore In wh' h a hi. ml tiger buaiucaa waa
being i n ndm led.
An Old 'I .H.. . s urler.
Wasiiinomx, Mar. Ii SO -Mr Jam Cuh
Ian. tin mother nf Hi Washington liy who
w.w lost nn tar Vamlaila In the cyclone at
A: ciimsx, la , ,.i,,,l..i, h ,,,,slralod by
gin f, ami h r plivticlan fear tlie is danger.
ously III. Iltr busbaud died only a Ik ! bsli
ago, and brr sou Ocurgo wa. her only tup aten transmit.
pUlh C. gil'M.
"wia .T... .Mtinti .w. -Ihe nl
n unci l.v the President today lo be ik
I'll. .(..Ih i,i i n, . I l-tweru the t sst
Slat.-, nf America and the Republic
Mexico, Central and Houlh Am. rii a, Ha
Han Hoiiiiii and the Knipiro of llianL
be h, Id in W ellington during lha year, ar
nominate! in acenn lance with the act of
I May '.'I, lNs, which authorise th
Pnsid.nl I in, th - veral H.., rninoil
ine i,. iii. i, - .a in t n , i ,-iiiiai anil
Knith America. Haiti, Sun laimiiigo and
tin Kinpln-nf llnull to join Ihe I lilted
" i a conference lo Iw held at Waah-
iugloii al sin li lime a he may .ham pniper
f .r tlie purpose of diss uaslng and lecuni
li" ii bug for adoplliiii to their reapet Uv
lo.teriiiui nt. ..line plan of arbitration fur
the settlement of illtogria-ment and du
pille that may hereuller ar! betweeu
llicm. and for considering queati ndallug
I.. Ih. iiiifrovrnn nt of but li,-. int. n.,,irJ
and mean, of din-el iMiumuiiii aliou U-lwren
laid isuiiiirir and lo ruinuragv uch reci-
'ti laimmerclal relallona a will b
sroclii ial to all and act un- in..n- ctlejisfv
maik.is f..r the i lin ts of en. h nf said
uiitnes In f, i wanting notice of Ihe inn-
I i tier the I'n -i-h nt Is n-ouirrd lo sel forth
that the .oifi-rem i. a'led to colt-, h r tb
I. Measure, that shall tend to preserve th
srae ami mondc the pro), rily of lha
ss-v. ,l Amei i an Mate.
Meutun-s toward Ihe formation of an
Auierti an Custom- I'iiIhii. under which the
trl" of the Am. teati Nation Willi eai b
shall so fur as puasibl and pmlltabl b
i i tu .'.:ai.i.i;iieui of regular anil Irts
'iiliiuiin atioii IhIwicii the purl of
. i ai Ann in an Males and the purl ol
I I he tluhlihineiit nf a uniform svtt n
i l i-i. -ii,- regulations iui-achof the Inile-
n lent American Slates to govern them. -da
I imairtatloii and -1 H.rtation of merrhan-li-e
and la.rt dties and i hargtsa, a uniform
method of determining the iussilh almn and
value of sin h in.. n handise in the isurt of
each i. iiinlry, mid a uniform -i-i.ui..t in
in s and the uhio. t of Ihe sanitation of
thlps and ou.iniiillne.
o. llic adotloii 1. 1 a unltorm -lem of
wclyhl and n in s. and law lo pn.t rl
Ihe .! I. ti I rnthts. copyrights and trade-
I it ,,. b' .,f cither i i.niitry, and lor
the . 111,1-1 n of irilllill
I The adoption of a common silver cola,
I., b.- i .viii. I hi i .. li iiovrriimeiit. the tatuia
to be legal tender in all coinnien Ial trona
ki thai, between llietltltvli of all Ih Amcr
n in Stall's
?. All agrei ment uia.n and nc nun. n la-
thai for adnntion to
. i - 1 1 1
in. nl. ol a .1. I, n le p in nl arbilr ,.n of all
! s ami diffen n. that may
. tist hi tween th. m to th
end that all dull, ulll.-i and disputes
l..t wee i i. li liallnii may ' ia-we-
hly willed and wars prevented, and,
a I,. r.,n. i,h i such "Hi. r suhi. , Is rtfktilu
1. 1 the wclfaic nf the several Mate repn
selited st may lie preriilta by any of said
Mali wbi h are hereby Invited to Mrtk-b
pile in s.n.l i oiifereine. II
Ihi eolifenuu-e on Hie p.nt
Mat. lie I., s. wllhont
other than ihur tual neeeary expense.
Hi H icrsl other Slate participating in the
.nf. rental shall b represented by as inajiy
legate s i a. li mav levl on. vet t tnal
In the dlaaiilioii of IJUrltliilia to i nine be
fore lb- i unit i. ui-e un Stale shall las tall lied
to Wore than one vole.
The Mvcn-lart ..f i ,te It rvruuired to laty
fur tlie daily publication In the Kuglith.
Spanish and Portugese langtiagr ol simSi of
th. , in '( tbi i nufereoe ts thai
i'nn It Coin IO-
I. Jeynt. to
ih I lllls-.l
a npurl ul tli ttuu tt
J sl. .sg'iifawjai I aMatttatau Ii naaj saVatNaaMast.as. KAtasm glsg. ... m.-.