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TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1889;
A THRILLING ENCOUNTER.
PAHTicm.ARfi nw Tnw attack
By Which a Band of Ambushed Bobbers
Becured 29,000 of Government
Money A Brava Fight Made by the
Tucsov, Ariis., May 14. A FortThotnaa
special gives particulars of tho recent
fislit botwocn robbers and United Statos
Paymaster Wbam's party, near Cedar
Bnrinca. in which the robbers succoodod
in carrying away $29,000. The road whoro
the attack was made winds down a long
hill, near tho top of which it runs be
tween a high wall on the east and a low
lodgo of rock on tho west, A large rock
was discovered in the road, and the party
stopped to rcmovo it. A volley of shots
was thereupon firod from tho brow of tho
bill, which roue to the hilit of fifty feet
almost perpendicularly. None of tho rob
bers could bo soon from below. The pay
master's party, which consisted of Moj. J.
W. Wham, Clork W. K. Gibbon, two non
commissioned officers, nine privates and
two drivers, immediately returned tho
fire, which becamo general. The robbers
had placed men further up the hill to the
right of tho party, and also sent men along
the hill to got in. a cross-fire from
tho left, . It is known that at lcastonoman
in each of tho flunking parties was
cither killed or wounded. The paymaster's
party made a breuk for tho ravine below tho
ledge, which for llireo hundred yards is
without bheltcr, and live were wounded in
crossing it The others of the party re
treated further around tho point of the
'4.111. Paymaster Wham from behind the
ledge, thinking the crossfire had been
eilencod, made a heroic eflort to rally his
men, but they were compelled to sock
other shelter, being exposod to terrible
fire. The pay mauler, bis clerk and the
corporal were tho only men who reached
tho lust shelter unwoundod. While part
of the robbers kept up the (Ire from the
hill, it was a very easy matter for tho
others to eo down and secure the booty,
w hich was in a strong iron box on tho boot
of the ambulance It was opened with an
axe and the $Lt),000 curried away, together
with valine, which they soon cut open
Due robber was seen to be taken away
on a pack mule ami trucks of blood showed
them to have sullcred badly. At no time
- wm oil of the bund seen. Kix of the
wounded in tho paymaster a party were
conveyed in an ambulance to a hospital
here and a surgeon and wagons sent for
tho others. Kiglit men out of eleven were
wounded. One of tho wounded soldiers
has died and three others are in a critical
condition, rxildicra and Indians are out
marching for the robber, and troops in
New Mexico are hnxteuing to intercept
them if they enter that Territory. It is
believed, liowever, that they will lunko
tho endeavor to curat into fconore. Mcxi
ro. (iov. Wolllev hns ollered a reward of
iM)0 eiich fur tho arrest and conviction of
Ihf AITnlr WlUrlnlljr t ontlrmf t,
Washington, May 14. The following
telegram, coiillruiatory of the press dis
patches on the subject, was received at tbo
Kan t'IUxnro. rl., May in, !.
To tho A!Jiitut(.i ncrul, WwhlUBlnn. I. C:
I'aviniiMer Wliutn and escort were at
tacked bv a body of men in ambush at 1
o'clock buturduv afternoon. May 11, bo
tween Grant and Thomas, Aril. Kight of
tho eleven men forming tho curort were
wounded, tive uhci1 to be latnlly. The
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.11 II 1 1 111 LIU BUM luuuun Bliuim -i',!".
-uovernnieui minis, mo limitary ana
civil imthonliin are in active tmntuit in
tho vicinity of (irnham mountain. I roc
ominend that a liberal reward be oll'en-d
for the apprehension of tho murdereu or
recovery ol the (ovcrnnieut Inn. is.
Milks, lirigndier Ciencral.
A HORKIBLB MISHAP.
A Building' Collapaea and Burlee Work
Tacoma, W. T., May 14. Shortly beforo
six o'clock lost night between fifteen and
twenty men wero at work in a new build
Inn bcinn erected for a hotel by Waller
Bates, who was acting as his own foreman.
Suddenly a tremendous storm camo up
from the Southwest, which otruck the
buildinir with full force. Tho structure
tottered for a moment, and then collapsed,
burying tho workmen In ruins. Hundreds
of cilixens and laborers just returning from
their labor were soon at work endeavoring
to rescue the imprisoned men. In a fe
minutes an Iiclent debris had been re
moved to get at Mime of tho men, and the
Itodv of Walter Bales was first tuken out
This was followed by two injured workmen,
and then a workman" natnod McConnell,
who was dead. W. II. Suoll who one week
ago today waselected city attorney, and who
was a sou-ludaw of Bales, was soon after
taken out seriously injured. Then at 111'
tcrvals of liltoen or twenty minutes three
other di ad bodiea wero recovered, but
these havo not yet liccn identified. Tho
work of removing tho debris Is still g-)ing
on, and stilled moans are heard under
neath. Bciidcathn workmen who wero
injured, the liev. W. A. Markcy, pimtor
nl tho Pmihvterisn Church, who stopiK-l
to seek shelter from tho rain, was severely
Injured. Tho btiil ling was a frame struct-
oro, lltree storii-s higli on lacotna avenue
ml (our slorii-s on tho alley below. The
storm had free et-oi and coming acros
Irom the I'pper Sound had notliiug to in-
lerrent its urouress until it struck tins
building at tho top of tho hill.
IMIwortk t'nlla I t'tm t'p.
IiTT!nrHo, I'a., May 14. It was an
nounced at tho Oil Fxchungo this after
noon, that Dcw'ut Diiworih, a prominent
broker, bad f illed for about 510,0)0. He
was unable lo inert his contracts tcu day
l'o. but it was thought that ho could
errnngo the matter with his creditors. The
ten days' limit expired today and the mm
nensiun ut iHi ted. It is rumon'd that
the failure was caused by an attat ho of a
bunk failing to pay an order which ho had
with Mr. 1 iUoitli.
C 4.ntnmi.tltn. Nrr.f-la, !
IVhlliif. W'n.lliitf IMsriises of Clillilrrn,
hroiiic ('iiiiclisaiul Itioni liltli, mil Iwi-tirtsl
tiy the use of l-otl's KnuiWun of Pure i'od
I.Ivrrtill with HviM.i.ln..hiUt. rrumlni'iil
.liyirin lew U and H-llfjr to H gn at
Jnlne. 1'li'sxt read llio foliowinir: "I ii-d
Kntt ii KiiiiiIm.mi for an ol'-linnto Omirh
wild lli-tiiiirrlinite. Ixwn of Al'l-tit Km
riiiilnii. MwiiIih-ih-m. etc. All of lln'
I. ii ami I vmir KmiiUioii
linx Mvel a rne of well di velo0'l foiwuiiin-
linn. T. J. riMiikr, W. u., ixno rur,
Weman'snnpllM SIImIm ariljf.
posTox, Mas., Slay 11 At this morn
ing's sraxlonnf the Woman's Unptisl home
Missionary S-jclety, rcorU of various com
inittccs was pnm'iiled. But four deaths
for the year were rrportod from ti e vari
ous Stall's. Total sum collected :l!),774,
Incroate $4,400froiu lunt year. The amount
raiM-d for tho training ixhool hmldiug fund
is $IO,0)i7, which has been placed on do
j oiit wi h previous collections. Tho total
cxpniu"S havo been 11,104. The report
of the Committee on Organisation was read
by Mrs. Wamsley, of Brooklyn. Iieootn
mendations were made for the establish
ment of a contingent fund on organization
and that vico-presidonts be secured as
organizers. Adjournment was taken to 2
THB DUFFY HOTEL.
A Gratifying Testimonial to the Proprie
tor of a Popular House.
Mimphii, Term., May 11, 18S9.
We, the delegates and visitors to the
Southern Baptist Convention, highly ap
preciating the kindness of Mr. John M.
JJulIy. proprietor of the Duffy Hotel, Mom
phis, for bis considerable reduction in rates
lor our accommodation, and his unremit
ting attention to onr comfort, in the
crowded state of his hotel, during our stay
with him, take this method of tendering
to him our thanks and appreciation, ana
sincerely recoinuioud his houso to our
friends visiting tho city of Memphis horo
Chas. W. Buck, Alabama.
W. M. Tipton, Missouri.
55. D. Itoby, Alabama.
John P. tsiiallur, Alabama.
John C. Wright, Alabama.
I- M. Bradley, Alabama.
I'.C. Majors, Mount Vornon, Tex.
Joseph Shackelford, Alubum.
D. II. Parker, Texas.
J. W. Iaguo, M.D., Texas.
It. F. Jenkins, Texas.
Ij. K. Uberchnin, Arkansas.
Morris C. Colo. Now Orleans.
J. O. Hardy, Miraouri.
D. J. Warren. Arkansas.
J. F. McLendon, Texas.
A. M. Johnson, Texas.
A. J. Breeder, Arkansas.
J. H. McLcroy, Texas.
H. M. Thrasher, Arkansas.
J. C. Jones, Texas.
J. W. ltogcrs, Alabama,
A. T. Smith, Texas.
V. A. Pearson, Virginia.
J. A. Bowers. Arkansas.
8. A. Rowland, Arkansas.
I. Z. Kimbrough, Arkansas.
I). T. Winston, Virginia.
W. B. Wincate. North Carolina.
K. M. Halnmiin, Webbervillo.Tex.
J. 8pcor. Trinity btation, Alu.
II. It. Moore, Alabama.
A. A. Marshall, South Carolina.
It A. Monteith, Georgia.
It, I), liny wood, Virginia,
It. J. WilliuniK, South Carolina.
T. C. Carlcton, tieorgia.
II. ('. Kirkpatrick; Arkansas.
Vi. II. l'ntteiisoiii, Alabama,
J. Ij. Thiebaud, Indiana.
A. B. Collins, Texas.
(eo. lloulsher, Columbia, Mo.
W. P. Kiuin, Arkanwui.
M. M. Wood, Birmingham, Ala,
J. B. Sanders, llazen, Ark.
It. J. Flippin, Tennessee.
W. B. Field, Dvereburg, Tenn.
MrM.M. Field, I ycrliurg, Tenn.
Mrs. Skillington, IycrBburg,Tenn,
Pink M allien. CMttletahurg, Tenn,
J. W. II. t'oker, Ilarrisburg.Tenn.
Chas. It. Willeford, Suntuck, a C.
T. C. Buchauiin, Dyernburg, Tenn.
W.P. MotherMlieail, Arlington, lex,
F. (t. Mullen. ICenfroe. Alu.
J. It Maynurd, Mornsvillo, X. C.
J. T Carter. Uuleigh, X. C.
1). W. KcvnoliU. Kevno. Ark.
(1. W. liurdner. Wylier Mill. . C,
Will II. thtbemo, Jonfiboru,Teiiu
. II. lluritcii, Helena, Ark.
It M. Morgan, I lay ward, Mo.
lor l.nlala'a Kaprdlllon.
Montkkal, May 14. ljrj Jonwlulo
arrived hero toduy. Ho still adheres to
his statement that ho wan within tho
Arrtie circlo and aavs ho will prove it
when he irets to l-on.lon. lie left lor New
York lixliiv. Ho has with biui 'MO Mcl
mens of birils.
Whathcr on pleonuro bent or business.
should tuke on every trip a bttlo of Syrup
of Figs, as It acta most ph iuanlly and effect
ually on tho kidneys, liver aud bowels;
preventing fevers, headaches, and (Hi it
forms of aU km-as. For sale in 60 cent and
1 bottles by all leading druggists.
Hrmirnrnt tm Ka t:letrial.
BrrrAio, N. Y., May 14. William
Kemmler, who is convicted of murder in
tho find degree for tho killing of his mis
tress, Till!" Ziegler, was toduy acntenecd
lo "sutler tho puuii.iimeni oi tieaiu, to ue
inllicted by the application ol electricity,
within the wee It commencing on iuunuay
Juno 24. This is the Ural death seuteuco
uuder the new law,
Ilrfr4'a Aettt rhMphale
MAKF.S PKI.K IOIS LCMONAPK.
A traMHxmfnl S'ldrd to a kU of hot or
Colli walrr, sua w crimen lu ma iiuui, win
b found refrtnliiiig and Invlgonitiiig.
A Hralal Martlrr.
LaSam., 111., May 14.-Woiirch Birt-
kowica, a Pole, was slabbed and killed by
Joseph Kuta lust night The Blubbing
was tho result ot a oiiairel. aUhe rour
drred uian was thirtyn ight years old and
leaves threo uuotiiurlca viiiiarcn in
Wkstkr!! Saxitakt Commiiox, Ft.
Iiiis, Nov. IM, iMiL McHsnt. J. A C.
Maguirn: The ageutsof this comuiission
lmvii .listributed huitelv ill the army Ma-
Pui s U ium 1 laiil, and linn ii ine isi
-.1 11 n......uli.i turn I l.i.l.trn lllnrrltiut
Ul an ivuiei... , . ,
DjseuU ry, etc.
J. (i. Foiiviax,
Sep. Wottt San. Com.
1 ha Hndjr ut Lard.
City or Mkxko, May II, via Oalvea-
lon. The Isjdy of Sebastian u-rdo, ex-
President of Mexico, who died recently in
New York, arrived hero yesterday.
Will he found sn excellent rcmeiW for
ill k liradnehf. Carter's l.illle l.lver Pill.
TIioiiiuiiiiN of li tiers from ssiplii who hsve
used thrill prove Ihla luf t. 1 rv llirin.
Memiihl l arrlaga Wark,
Nos, HI aki83 Mpisox STRiirr,
Itcpairing and Building Fine Vehicles.
MrMrins Mcsm l'rs-l Cleaning and
Henovating Wotkl, l".'0 llealo stm t Tele
phone I.aiiiks, bo sura to see F. 1vigne'i 2'c
Huts. They are w orth J'J.lKl
Fob vour Sundsv dcsM-rt. don't forget to
order your Cream irom Jarnb Seeswll, tut
cplion'o t'l, or C. J. Fallow, telephone
1,113, I liexeeiien.
t.rt T. M. Onllircath, No. 10 Madison
street, rent your houiat and collect your
n uls. m
Tn k fviuthern Trust Company offers its
services in procuring loans on Memphis
real estitte al low ralca ol Intcront
I.ADira, see V. lAvlgno's 25c Hals. Tliey
sro worth i..ua
. . ..... .
mat mail astirsh a nrnnsrtv.
tra-t, frontln, 40 fe.t on Front
URDAY, MAY 10, 1W3U. within Ictral
lnteratt on daforrod payment.. For
TIIE CONVENTION CLOSED.
FORT WORTH, TEX., TO HAVE
BODY NEXT YEAR.
The Members Enjoy a Parting Debate on
the Question of Governmental Inter
ference for the Lord's Day Roport of
the Closing Session.
Many of the dolegatos put In their ap
pearance at the Southern Baptist Conven
tion, yestcrduy morning, with their grip
sacks. This appendugo implied n prospective
early dissolution of tho body for tho pres
ent mootiug, and whelhor tho adjourn
ment camo or not, thoso members at least
w ero going homo.
Although it was after 0 o'clock when tho
chair culled tho convention to order, thero
was hardly a carporal's guard prcaonU
Devotional exercises were begun with
prayor, lod by tho Kov. J. B. Searcy, of
Arkansas. Secretary Burrows then read
tho journal of Monday's proceedings,
whon, upon Invitation, tho hymn, "There
is a Fountain Filled with Blood," wussung
by tho audioncc, at the close of which Dr.
Forrester lod in another prayor. Dr.
Thomas C. Tcasdalo guvo a little ot his
experience as a Christian for sixty years
or nioro, recommending tho lifo to all,
both young and old. "What a Friend we
Have in Jesus," was, at the closo of Dr.
Teasdale'a remarks, struck up bv Dr.
Hatcher, one verso only being sung, and
l'r. it Ai. Miller made an appropriate ad-
(Irons, referring to a few ot tho pleasures
lie had enjoyed in his relatiomihipi with
Dr. Tcasduio. Ho concluded with a fervid
wish that when they left tho convention
for their respective homes, it would bo
with an inspiration to more complete con'
sccration to the service of llod. Dr,
Hatcher then led in singing one verse of
"When that Illusions Duv Shall Come."
then spoke for a few moments, advising
his hearers to build their own monu
ments. Dr. W. N. Parish, of MisHiasippi,
succeeded Dr. Hatcher in a few word of
admonition to Baptists to bo careful uud
watchlul In their lives.
Dr. B. W. M. Si m ms, of Texas, sub
mittcd a resolution that tho secretary bo
instructed to return the ihanksof the body
to tho unknown grandmother who do
nated tho quilt, the diMMHition of which
was noted lu yeslordav s Al'i'KAl,
llio report ol tho lomnuticeon tuno
and place ol next meeting was read by I r,
M. ells, chairman, l tie place selected
was rort Worth, lex., 1 im Baptist
Church, Friday before the second Sunday
In Alav, 1NM. J. w. l arter, 1'. !., ol
North Carolina, was apixiinted to preach
the convention sermon, J. Liiwonib John
son. 1). I)., ol .MiHHiBsippI, alternate, llns
reKirt was supplemented with an invita
tion to the American ikiptrnt 1 -ducat ion a I
Society to meet Willi tho same church,
Dr. J. M. Kicfor, a missionary In Texas,
addrewed tho convention to the report of
the Committee nil Foreign Population,
urging the dcnomiuutiun to givo his coun
trymen, the (iermuns, the bread of I i lu.
Tho following, read by Dr. T. T. Katon,
was adopted unanimously, but not to go
liMin the minutes:
lo t lie I'mktlaut I'wiiuV Avx lull-? I Mi'iitlni:
This convention ocknowlodiros receipted
your romiiiuuicalioti of tlio l ltli innant,
and expresses itsapireciati(jn of tho broth
erly lovo which therein liud its exhibi
tion. Tho convention is abundantly satis
fied that all provinlon for tho eiili rtain
mcntofth ImhIv cnimiitent with llio ca
pacity of public biiildinM in vour city,
lias been thoughtfully made; and you may
lie aiuurod thai we sro not at all MllWlod
by the repretentalioii against one of our
liiinmtem, coming from tho sotirco to
which you reler.
Chairman J. M. Carroll (Tex. is), of tho
Cimuilteo on Vice-President's lteiort,
nud his reort. It revealed a imxl
graliiyiug slato of unanimity, activity and
lilH-rahty among the ieopleof tho denoiiu
nation in all tho Suite represented in llio
convention. The rcorl was unanimously
The Couimltteo en Kurollmciil and Cre
dentials submitted its report, which wns
adopted. It showed a total atlemlance of
regularly accredited delegates of ti!i4.
Dr. T. II. Pritcharil, of North Carolina,
chairman of the Committee on Corre
siiondenco with the American Home Mis
sion Society, read his report. Tho corre
spondencu had been satisfactory, except
in the determination of the American
Board lo ranvans sll tho churches ol ,M is
sourl in its behalf, no matter which body
said rhutrhea had voluntarily slliliale.1
themselves with. Dr. Prilchard spoke to
the report, setting forth the dnnjrcr of re
viving the old war imuce through loo
much entlitiMsim on the part of the rival
agents. Otherwiso the situation and nros-
rectwasall right Ho was followed by
r. W. . In man, who used pacillc lan
guage, quoting the Isto Dr. J. B. Jeter,
who said that "Maton anil Dixon's lino
was never Intended to ruo through the
kingdom of Christ.
Dr. William II. Williams, of SL tauis.
next addn'stod tho convention on tho
report llo britlly detailed tho situation
and ilashiiigs, which ho deemed ruli-u-liite.1
lo perH tunto aeetionat feelings aud
also raiiitinu a wanto ol iiower. Ilo ear il
. , ( ,(, ,,, .jlW,m.ut would
J . 1 . . a
t ,-in Im, n nelll'il.
Dr. J. W. Waters, ol Kentucky, was
next seconled a hearing, and referred lo
tho flint conference Is'iwcs'O the two ele
ments at Islington, Mo., in l"iH. It was
aconllict such as he hsd never Is-fore
, wilni-svd, In which brethren simke under
inllueiieo of piiskion engendered by the
war. but as a result a great vicloiy was
rained for harmony. Hern they were,
twentv vears later, wrangling over tho
isme question. If a man in his church
Wished to send his contrilnition to Ibwlon
or New York for cxiM'tiihtiire in mission
work, ho would not for a moment under
take to dispute his right and privilege lo
ilo an. "
Dr. M. B. Fly followed, stating that tho
Sfit.it ion wss not over llio right of indi
viduals or churches In send their contribu
tions through any channel doomed best,
but simply lo remove everything ralcu
lutisl to revive questions ho fondly hoeJ
had l-eii dead (or al theait years.
Dr. Pritcharil lnterocd for a cassation
of the discussion on something that did
not call for it and Dr. 1. T. ration sub
mitted a strong protest against even an
Iniiinatlon that snv uicmlwr ol llio con
I volition was m-ctional. The previous quea-
lion was callud, debate cut ou aud there-
i An tnviUition from the Baptist Biblo
and Normal Inslilute for tlie convention
to visit that Institution al pleasure.
Iir A. J. Holt ollered a resolution al
lowing the convention secretaries the usual
and proiNT computation.
Iir. V. F llati lier ollered the following:
I W hereas, 1 ho American Sabbadi I'nion
"VALUABLE BUSINESS PBOPERTY.
. iLvnr s T.r. am ntrint
tni uui ."'-'-'---
tn uu i "V""--:V'rT
.trcet and 0? on uourv-
noura, m :"w"r '"'"'
ia laboring to sccuro such nalional legisla
tion as will allow to till employes ol the
National Government One day iu sm on as a
dav of real: therefore 1
liosolved, That we fully sympnthlxo with
this important object of the' American Sab
bath Union, and request our brethren to
pronioto its work so iai 113 uiuy bo practicable.
Tho Rev. C. K. W. Pobbs, of Missis-
slppl, opposed tho rcnohilum or any action
looking to the curtailment of personal
liberty on the Sabbath, ltather would ho
sign a petition to ongrei-'j not to pnss ttie
bill now bctoro mat uoiiy looking to mat
end. The Sabbath . did not belong to
CieiAt, but to tho Lord, mid Ho w ould
lake caro of it
Tho Kov. W. V. I.;ndrum sailod into
Dr. Dohhs on his reference to tho bill now
before Congress, insisting that tho word
Sabbath" was not in tho bill, but It
moroly sought to give Government cm
ploy es one day in nu-.cn on which to rest.
Dr. J. B. Hawthorne expressed himself
as being surprised that thero should bo
any opposition to the resolution ollorod by
; Jiutcncr. 1110 niouatu principio was
as old us the worm, ana the convention
wns inerclyxalled upon to recognize tho
principle, and lend Inltticncu to its main
tenance. Ho thought the policy of tho
Government should be such (but every
man in its employ should bo allowed one
day in seven for rest
Dr. M. B. Wharton was in favor of prop
erly observing the Sabbath, but this could
ii over bo done by legislative enactment
The resolution was, in effect, asking tho
Government to aid in a work that was
manifestly that of Christian people. The
question before the body was similar, so
far as its oppropriateneM was concerned,
to those of temperance and polygamy, both
of which had been ruled out of order at
He was succeeded on the floor bv Dr. J,
I Carroll, who had no sympathy with the
class crying "Wo have no Sabbath." lie
cause it was acluis of eoplo w ho had gone
arouud UMing thoir money and their I11II11
euro lo gel tho office, and were now eu
joviiv the emoluments of the same.
Dr. J. B. Cranllll, Texas, favored tho
resolution, but Dr. S. 11. Ford had no co
operation for tho Government In any
movement to "provide lor the better oh
servanco of the Lord Day. Congresii
had no right to even call it tho 1rnl's
Dav. when thero wero people who did not
consider it such.
Dr, Whuriou raised tho point of ord. r
that tho question under diKciiHsion was
foreign. Tho lioint was decided not well
tuken, whereupon Dr. J. U burrows se
cured the lloor and warmlv advocated the
resolutions. Dr. James 1 Pollard did
likewise, paying his rvncct more partic
ularly to tho arguments advanced uv l'r,
Carroll. He was in favor of having the
otlicea of the Government open to the
truest and best tieoplo of Hie country.
The convention owed it lo the civilirud,
Christian si'iitimeut of the counliy to vote
for the resolutions.
Dr. J. William Jones moved to lav tho
w hole mutter on the luble, but it was over
whelminglv voted down.
A great deal more discussion, ino and
con, was indulged by the chuir, who over
ruled iiuy and all points of order looking
to Its ellerk. 1 lllilllv, oil motion of ll,
Criinlill, the previous qmMion was called.
earned and tho resolution adopted.
Dr. Cranflll then moved the adoption of
the tenieiiiiico r solution iiilroducisl by
him the day before, which was curried
without much dishful.
I'.v a vote of 1 1 1 to 10 tho name of J. I
Poilnrd was taken Irom the Foreign Mis
sion Hoard, and that ut Theodore Whit
Hi Id siilisliliiti'd.
Dr. T. T. Faton submitted the follow
ing, which wns unanimously adopted:
Kesolvcd. Thul the thanks ol this con
volition uio due and are hereliv tendered
lo the citiu'iis of Memehis. for their cor
dial mid munificent lnaUslitv to tho del
cgutes ol the Southern ltntit (.(invention
to the newspaM-r rt'sirturs lor their full
reports of pruffcitiuu; to the holds mid
ditlerent lailroad and Meamboat coinpa
liies for courtesies t'Xteuded, and H I so lo
the pa'es w ho have s hi lively ntleuded
Uxin (he wants of the members of the
coiivi'titioii, and lo the churches for cour
tesies, and to Miss Durham, who has su
perintended tho mails.
Dr. J. A. French, of Kentucky, moved
to adjourn sine die, it was cained with
but two disM'titiug votes, the thirty-fourth
annual iini'ting of tho convention lieing
closed by the reading of the llnal session
minutes by Dr. Lousing Burrows, secre
Ha nuparwd Ika iaa
CATi.msm Mii, Kv., May 14. A jpng
of men surrounded Ilia house of a farmer
med Tom Phulton, at Boirersville, Sat
urday night, and attempted lo lake him
out Phelton opened h'o on the gang.
killing Iwo of Ihem. 1 he others lied.
VIS. MY OtAR,
Anct fH ma m tm mtrh f H .
t ii" nun BtUC b4ckMk
Woifrs ACME Blacking
An ffiwsrWd ol hrt mr v4 trra fm, hvt iH
; ft will m trwml'4H "4 A' mm lU-htHg t-A
WCLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia,
Ttw BmI M-oktat M-. W.n ms! (ThllSrca.
H rQSTiiFPED FREt
Fl Ij ii rniifttiMiouit
t4 U Ii W Nmvf HeaTORrs
J lassillsia M u.s " . tLl.'l uSll.
J 4-.i , . i...iim s'i- -;Js
5. si r .i -'.i" '.'
eJ.-s-IMl-- SI.i-i'i.i '
. LMfM ' t I S ec tuir'
Wlth'Sil lal- t!"'!?!' jT?
SMI, I ' ' , . ' i 1 1 1
kin. loll I"I1
o! c .UlTT m i. lo A
iiriw nnniit K.. ,v. I'nttlt siiid
, w . ----.., .
1"" ?.T . T.. t im r
t,n n. V' Vw -
,v' m ir Arm. ' r
rTo leane tle
KV-ViV-i;vvX i ii n t .
Whtta arata fell wmaUnliy from my brad, ahotiMura, and arms , tha akin would Ilili Vrn and be rrd and
Wry Itchy, and would eraok and bltml II aoralrhi-d. Attrr H'iullng many hundivda of dullani, I was
rouounevd Incurabla. I heard of tha Ct'Tirmu Itsasiilsa, and ator uln two buttli-a t'l Tlcl K
lUanLYtNT, loouldavaaehans; and afivr I had takan four botlli-a, I waa almost nunst ; and whon
I had napd all txililea ot Ctmetia. Risoi.yiint and one bot of Cmi-un., and on oak of C't-riiena
BniP, I waa cunsl of the dreadful dlaeaa from which I hsd auffi'M-d for fit yi-ara. I Ihoughl Ih
dlavaa would Icava a vory dovp -ar, but Ilia ClTici aA llsaamta currd It wllhnul auy tears. I
cannot ripm wtlb a pn what I aulTtinsI bufiir nalng th CtrriecaA Hshsiiik. They anvrd my 11
and I led It my duly to n-eominand I hem. 11 y hair la i-atortsl as good a aror, and ao la my ryalght.
I know of a number of dlfforeul nvraoua who have umsI tha ("itiitu. KssiniKB.aiid all hava rrarlrnt
real beoidl Irom thoir naa. Una. It OS A KKI.l.V, Ilockwsll Clly, Calhoun t'o., Iowa.
I cannot aay enough In prsla of the CtTiriiiu Riasinsa. My boy, when on year of age, waa an
bad with acirma that ha lost all of lila hair. Ilia aralp waa eovared with arupllisia, which Uia doctor
aald waa acald head, and that hla hair would nerer grow again, neapslrlns of a eura from phyalctsua, I
began th naa of lha Cl-rirvaa lUslinsa, and, I am happy to say, with Ih moat perfect enroeaa. Ilia
hair la now apkndld, and thr I mil a pimple on him. I recommend th C'eniS'S llaaamra In
molhera aa ttw most apenly, nsinomli a.1, and aura cut for nil akin dlai-aava of Infant- and children, and
full Out wary uoiuor will thank m for ao doing. Has. U. E. WOODdUlI, Norway, ka.
Per cleasalng, rurlfylng, and beautifying th akin and aealp and curing every iperle of agnnlf Im,
humiliating, Itching, burning, aealy, and pimply dlaeoer of th SKIN, ai Ai r, ash ausm, and hmnoia,
bloichi-a, arupllona, anrea, aralea, rruata, ulorrallooa, awelllnga, aliaccaaea, tumora, and loa of hair,
whether almpla, aerofukioa, or ronlaglona, Ih Cvtii usa Hsanuis are almply tntullllila.
('Iiticiira, th grval akin cure, InaUntly allaya th moat agonlilng Itching and luflainmallon, clear
th akin and aralp of every trace of disease, beala uluura and aoros, remove crust and aralea, and
restore Um hair. Cl-Tinma H.ur, lha greatrat ot akin beautlllera, ta Indlapcneat'le In tresllng akin
ftlecoaca and baby humora. It produce! tha whlteat, clearest eklu and aofleM honda, fre from pimple,
epol, or blrmlah. CoTlelaa IUoi.vkxt, tho new blood purlller, cleans. Ih blood of all Impurltlea
and rsttaonoua elero. nta, and thus remove Hie rAPas. llene. tha ('itii i sa llaaauil ar th only
Intsllllil carallve1or every form of akin and bleed dlaeaa, from pimple lo arrofula.
I'ric: CiTiet'SA, H oenla per hot; ClTiei'SA Hor, 4 eenu; Cerii USA IttaoLvxsrr, 1.00 per
bottle. I'n pired by the ISrrrra Pseo asd CusairAL t'osronTlos, lloaton, klsas.
aaHend for How loCiira Cklu lleaaca,n SI page. 10 llluatrailona, i leslliiHinlala,
nejiM.K,"l. Wck hrsts, re,l,rurh,ehniped.and
rilll oily akin prevented by t irrieeu tfnar.
The Largest Stuck
Screen Wire la the
387-389 MAIN STREET.
Hns Cu'lery, Elc.
At Hot torn I'rleea.
The C.eap:st fid
C'ltjr to lint Vmir
M-irt lNnm nimI
W IihIumi JlliMlr.
387-389 MAIN STREET.
LAMPS AND LAMP GOODS.
A6S0KTBD PACKAGES OF TINWARR PUT UP EXPRCISLT
Floyd St Co.
HAVE THS LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE EVER
DROUGHT TO MEMPHIS.
IBrtO fO WHOLKIALB ICB L.IIT.-W
ARMNKUN MORTGAGE TRUST Ci;
Capitnl Paid Uj), $1,500,000.
MaVesj Loan, on Improved Farms to Tonnosmee, Mlsnlsilppl itti'l At
kansas. Also on Improvod O.ty Property. The Hljltcst Markjt
Prloo Paid (or Stu'.o, Omnty, Tuvvatblp, City,
fohool nud W.'tor Dandu,
Office: Room 2, Cotton Exchange Build in:
M r M rv Li i
TX. O. CRAIO ee CO.
ORAIO OO . Mi isst.it, T IM. . .
e- -i j . , - , .
wivne V 5 i 'XI J
I H I ilNB) al 4 ' w a
NOS. 30a and 304 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN.
othoraj. Na 20J and 332 Protit Btri'ft,
..,.. , . , ...
..iT Klr. r,...- --i- hih
6nT - tW
TV t V.T.TliXTT) V ni,.,.l mwl ATnutnp.
X l.s-JLJ'JJ .L a
)m and t)calp
of cVcpy (glcmi
kT nsRAPR (rponiA.
H1H) Ant hmke out on
my U'fl chisik, prcaillng
jaeroM my itoso, anil slmust cov.
. ring my fur. It run Into my
ryi, ami ths jmyslclun was
frolil I aunlil Iiimi my pyrslitlit
altoKclhcr. It priinit all nvor
my head, aud my tmlr alt fell
' out, unlit I win cnllnly bulj
hriulrd i It Ihrn ImiVa out on oiy
aniia and uliuuldrra, until my anna
men Ju t ono wro. Itruvtfredmy
rotlra body, my two, hi'iul, ai.d
ahouldrra Wln tha worst. Th
llllinC (,,,n' whits, and fre from chap and
redneea, by using ('(Til l at rtusr.
- IS -
Green, Drab and
Dcor and WinJo'i
Mpiingj lllnara, !MMr
1'nllsanal t atrhea.
nnd Von- 0, 8 , 10 mid 13 Court
bit'niont. will i)9 sold on HAT.
mo yciirei, with O pr ront.
asa- a.-- a. a
PAST ALL PRE CEDENT I
Ouae Turn Mllllekna niatrl K,it4
Lonisiana State Lottery Company.
Ineorporated hr th IcUlntiirs. for K turallonal
and Cliarluhle pnrpusca, and lu Irsuchla made a
art of tho present (-uio connluuiou, lu Iblv, by
aD overwhelming isipular vol.
Its UHANII KXTUAOItlllHAnT DRAW.
1NUS Inks plana Heml.Annniilly (Jnaa anil
leeamlisrl, and Its 4IHAM) NINtiLK NUM.
II KK lKWIMU tali nlaea In aaah af tha
older ten inontha al th yur, and ar all
drawn In pulillo, al tli Acadamjr ot Musi
now uriaaua, l.a.
Vs dn hereby eertlfv tlntt w minerv 1st these.
rsniremcnu (r the Monthly and Soml-Annnal
linnTlMRXif the liiNlnnaMtst Ixjttery Companr,
slut in riii nmriHgs and cuntml the Drawings
inemnoivi's, su l Hist the same are romlneted wll
hiiniv.lv, (iilriie, and In . I 1'iltli tmvnnl all par
ties, snd wosutliiirls the Coinpsnyto us ttiUoef
Itilente. with (so m1iiiI1isoI our auiaaturoa attauuaJ.
We, the nn.1er.tgnM. IlanVi snd TUnVerx will
psvsll I'rlies ilrann In The lxiillsn Nut Lo
lei Irs which insv p presenint at our rountera.
K. M. WALMSLEY, President La. Nat'l Bank,
HlhKKK LAN AUX, Praa't Stale Nat'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Prasidenl N. O. National Bank.
tAKL KOHN. Preaidanl Union National baaa.
At II a Aenilemr of Mnsle, New OrUitna,
TIJllV. JINK IS, IS SO.
Capital Prize, : : $Goo,ooo.
lOO.lHNirieksKnt atft; Halve. (Jaiur.
tare, 0 tlglt lis, .H TaauUallia,
l.lfT dr" I'lll.lvi
i 1'itin of i. mio i. .,.,.K',n ow
1 I'ki.kok .iimiis. ... jnn.mi
1 I'UI.KdK ltri.tssi la. , iii,itii
1 ritl.KoK KVMIIs M M,iJ
2 ritlK.s tie To.KKiaro ati.issj
h I'ltl.KS (IK lii.insi sro , afl.nuti
III rill.Hjl (IK h.usiara tsi.onO
V.', l-ltl.Ks an-- ;t.uiMari rsi.oO
im I'lll.M (if Niarv Ki.ml
te t'lll.M ti I4i re .. Ijn.uod
Uv l'lll.l.S de" 4iJ nn JM.JJl
inn r,ea ol l,nu are 101,(101
lll I'rl.'es ut xl eu- Nl.llUl
llJ I'rm-s ol em are mn 4u,ii
ino M tim.li ltssisAis.
I.ll.w I'rlreaol S:oi sro liOTttO
S,I4 Prlres, ainnuntlngtn ...,! ft w.ooa
ror irnMTT- ormir further Information
inil. Mrlii l'4tl.l .i iim (itfli'mmiMN.. i l.-rly
hiht Vfur niiU'iuf . Iih Mnii. oitintv, irwt ri4
iiuhi'Iht. Wttrvrtitt'l ivliirn nmtl i'livify will l
)uur lull iMr"ML
Ad.lresa L A. IMI I'IIIV,
Or M. a. rri-in.
tt nwlillialnll, I. O,
ar al Ko.1 Ve.l t'uiirt St., Memplila, Taaa,
Uv i.rlliisiy b lier, mnisltil'ij Sli.ney tinier la
ane-t li) sll r.ipr-s t 'iinititlcs, Now York ks-i-IisHmC.
1'iult or I'lsii'il Note.
iJJrrji IUrf'rr.4 Littrti Cntunin Currenrv a)
kl IV Jltl.t M KttlilH ts UANC,
r. e Mr trlrna,
lt'-MI MHI'. rhM Itie pwment of Prltst Is
(amninleeil lit l one Nn.lo.tul Itituks ot sa
t'lleelis. slid llie
Tl' kels sni slcnel hy III l'r-l-
ihtiliilsil lli.ul'ili.m lt.-e elinrii-r--
I dghu sr
tifir,;!!!'-! lnllielitHle't ( o iiK llii.r.-litre, ugitATJ
tit sll luiilsli.iiia or ti a. mi v mom si'iieni.i "
list: lull. I. tli I 1'iv prtee ol I lie -misll"St pirt
er Irsi lloli of s I i set I..OS I bl I . lit any Hr.iw
lug. Auiililnt In ir iiaiuo u:i re-l l.ir lea Uisit
a Uilljr ! ft KM HI-1 111,
LOTTERY OP THB
PUBLIC CHARITY !
Opera lei Dl-tari Tveeelv Tuit' Cunir-I hy lit Mn
Kaii lairrnaUJuiJ luprirtnanl Comia.
(Irsicl Miiiilhlv lniwlnr hell In t'io eln
I'si lll-.ll III Hie tls'in l4 I'.irk, I Uv el Mllm,
aiel loilnle v i,ni'iie(e,l I.) l,-H.-r.lliH-!it (1'HrMla
sin,iiiIi-. liir the .lii.w I., 1 1 .-vrularlokgi
tli.j liili in.rnli I I lie In i.nrv
KlttMIMl tlk JI NK , HH
CAPITAL PRIZE. - - 33,000
Pith K (ir 1 1t KKTJ, ANK I't AN WoNaVl
Wholes, a-J - llnlve. l - Ijoartera, tOa
tlubll.,loa: .';;ll k.-Ul .rl'K U. a. I urrvnef.
i ir or rsit..
1 Ctl'ITtl. I'KI.K OK t .!' I.
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I I API III. TelK I Ir M I.
I I ' K I'l l Al. I'ltl K Or
I l. I! I' I'Ul.K Or
I I lil.is nr
I I I, I, s t'K
IU I'llUrs UK
'A ril..K" OK
1SI PHII.s tK..,.
V,. I'Kil s UK
. . m are
. Iii see
;m rm.M iik
ari-stit im trios ri.-Rs
611 1'ilresnl .yi ai.rtialinaiiii4 lu n,nx)
0 I'rl... ol a an.riinailn H t'0.'
all rrlr nl t Jl a.itohluisllli tu I'-.iMI
fries . ant,
719 Terminals ul tin, 1I.1 1 1.-.1 hy I U.UO
I'll .. T.yjQ
X.svi I'rlres atnoiinllna- In . V.
All Trm ail.l la Ilia I'lilleil Male lull siM la
V. a. t'nrrvu
flv ti-liil. ot i-oliiriet llie t otnisinv niilfcl il'-tl
Ih.- .inn ol all litlf.-s Iik liel-l III llie .. tieme tH-for
,'lhii a .lojl, 1,1 Let, aiel r el tu Hie l.illoaiuf
i.(1. 0.1 r 1 Ii
t I HIIHi tlK.-l hrre.v rrrilfr thsl 1 he Ian
1I..11 11, nt ol t. tiiii aiel S.M11I1 Amiii.-t lis. on
isl .i i.t llie n.-ee. ir, lun.l. 1.1 losmtili-e tha
i,,l 11 nl all 1 .1 1'.-s drjwu 0i III.- lulrria tl I
lk-llt-h' ell' IS I'ol.lie I
II lniln.l'.i'l Z ItlVt'II t. In'ervenlof.
fiirilo-r. the t.mi(.iii la re.j Hie I I...I. irilmia
nil -II i-rieiiL 1,1 ti.' tul'i. ol sll llie lleketa la
.r.ea .-;.r.l .11 ilun la mu tjr auf
i.ili'-r I oii-ri .
I nmili . loe numi.-r ol tt.-k. 1. 1. Ilinlt1 lo m.Kn
- vi isri I, Iiuui srtl "l'l lit ollot l olUrli uiln
llie .Hue w be .-e
I , r I ill i-sitii ulira 1 Ire-i I'. Ils.ettl, Aptr
1..I0 ; 1 .i ol Mi tli. or .1. W. 1 1 I I.I.N, l
Iliir.li eSiii el, Naaliv.lle, Tens.,'., iiersl Areiil
lor Mile '.I 1,1111.- .' In -e Hum III eUlll
li. krus l'l "ii r I. ii.-r.l.iN.!nll.e. lsun.
NEAR SEN.'AT03IA. MISS.,
oi'ui Tim m iivick or two iut
1IMU alAI l.luN.
CtpL Cavnon, No. 7,034,
Uralli'4 to 'en At i ruieJ Uir. si 13 Cash list
f.a.au- Aeaewa Caua Julf I.
Colt tfotu-ea are la i1iaanl 1 M. horse aha'U J
ei ih.m ..(' it . t:.. for) aa.aealt lr.
t-r. hi. ranlre lOtiwaitl, l.tlll 1a lb trsAiiat
sue ol rnii ttuiifiea kueaa, havlnv put toaa Itsaa
yi ar alit. la Ike li.t In on.lc-r. hlaRratdua
(I .'H-, liar, txvrtl I U, .. iiie.1 I.t Al''la.
,n( h, lux Ih air al lha ual-ln roll trailer,
"susie ." 1 1 ; hla e-ioa l ilnai by another arsal
krisnl rare sire. s He r t lr oul "' 's Kile
mar, ilais Lad Iboiae, tii- an J VtaJnlinao
I'siriieai. hla iblr4 4am bv iiil ennilier Iseifuj
l'iis4 mar lira, rial Corre.t. lourtli. (tjh.nj
ai.tlt .lama bf IUurulibr. I i is. lu llvljuallr.
( eel t srnra la tiiee vaMld b issl Utv. alaioatt
baiiOs hili. leauUy uruoorlo Oft .uliloB.
Col. Jaffaraco (Bllad)
la Offenst to lb I'ublk- al litf la.,
fl waa Urea by th reste.i bs1 mar Hr
known, alasilirlbn l-ab ben aliow ar ukiei
Aral tank a brsvl aiara.irra; uaa AS-LaaeiU-lliu
irotler. Jeileixia el luiee reels el sv a-aj a
i.li tor lliat woul'1 ina.eanv taMveii.sa h-vl fod
Wi hauila kith aiyiltk. a iair.ul al aud nasly
.ii..t k.u ..I bia aet are biis.1. all uija aplru.
AiA troiiln aeiloa. su'l ar rain n1 h.n1wt
Mi..l.ira. lie airvl
the Isite.l lwa-r-t i4 taal
aJio.e. atstill Meail'h
rai'h la last .unt ever.
m- .ii ..... h.e.Ved taretultt. I'Ul na reepntal-
alllir lor aiMeaia: aiare (MinreJ al It
kioulhi ledjraltt. 11 Kor Lirmer loformaliaa
Addraaa B- LVTLB. Mtn'ir,
! at. Paul k. Marnuhl. Taa.
ai.i..-.f-ifl riatiri BHsartm
t V-'.l3ri..i.Ma and U.uni... th hai
V' T -af ll'ro-iotes a luvun. it isielh,
ft,- .'.,-. vk-lN.r t Ns.tee On
-il l. 1. 1 Maif telltVeethOI Celee.
. fiU rant
r .r I See r.uiss