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U- LP II 4 r& MEMPHIS. TENK. STTlsTDiAY'. JULY 20. 1884. ESTABLISHED 1840. VOL. XLIVTSTO. lr 5 r n rrKTr DA M 111 JDi POLITICAL. F.iilliiisiikNtic DcuKx railc Ralifiraiion t ColiinilHis 0. Over Five 1 hutiwaml Peoln ia AUeutluuce. Ah Able Speech liy Judge Tliiirman on the Leading Ismiex lit'lore the Illume' Letter of leeeptance and His ViewHon the Tariff The Reunb- HiauH Musi (Jo. Coi.i mih-h, O., Jnly l.About 5000 penpl atteiiilol the Kemocratii: ratifica tion in-rtin at the east front of the raitl this evciiinj-. J no. i. Thompson ptvnitl'.! and read letters from (eutlemen u... l.ii.l liwn invited to Ixi writHL-nt. iov.'Oleveiand wrote: "Tnauk you for wordi of erii-oiira-Hiiieiit and assurances of hearty support. Am convinced that the I einocru:y of Coin ml ma and State of Ohio are determined to complete an op ium Nation, which is absolutely essential to victory." tJeti. IMirbin Ward wrote: "itegret that I will be unatile to attend the ratitica tiou meeting. 1 preferred Thiirman to all men for the I'reHidency and deeply regret iiia defeat. It wan duo him, and for the honor of Ohio he xhould have hrvl a solid vote for that I worked. Thooe who op- puned it oppoeel the popnlur will of the party, and weakened and defeated Thur rnan hv dividimr the vote in favor of a candidate who hail no following whatever ouWdo the Htate. That was a blunder 'P. . 1 1 ... .1 it .1 nn.ia (l.un a nvimil ll I, WMrntT, w innrjiatiu any a. iiiwi c. .i mw, wl.. we miH condone all, and heartily support Cleveland, the nominee. With Ihurman it was safe to the nominee. Let us work and hope to make it so for Cleveland. The nubile welfare reiitiirt the defeat of iil.tiiio. Ohio in lift do her share and liury pernonal defeats and work fos the caiimj." The letter of Waid was received with a JernoiiHtrrtt'jn. Letteft were aluo read 'ron Cov. lloail- Iv. Secretary of State Newman and others. Judtfe Thurman deliycied the principal speech of tha evening, and was warmly greeted. He spoke substantially ns follows: MR. THUHMAN'h 8rKaII. Mr. PuKHiDKNT AN!) 1'bIXOW-CiTIZF.N When 1 accepted the invitation to address you to night it was my purpose to speak ooiiiewhiit fully on some great questions now uiidur uouHiiluratioii by the American people, hut for' the luiit few days I have been sull'orinjj seriously, not with any thing the matter with my heart nor fuel ing caused by disappointment or regret, but fr.mt that to which old men like my oelt art) sometimes subjected, an attack of rheumatism, and the consequence is I am in no condition to make anything like an elaborate speech. However, if I were in the best possible condition, I should occupy a small portion of your time, for the reason that there are numer ous speakers here, and some of them from abroad, and it would be but common civility, to say nothing of justice, in me to occupy but little Unto. I do not desire to lepnvu them of the privilego of being heard, aud, therefore, shall lie very brief in my remark. X shall speak civilly, a? it bas always been my habit in life to do, aull shul speak civilly of our polit ical opponents, as well' as ourselves. We are at the outset of most IMPORTANT POLITICAL CAMPAIGN which will decide whether the reins of government shall continue longer fti the hands of the Republican party. ' I have never in my life (een so thoroughly ooq viiiced of the truth of what I shall say to nilit as J now am. The spirit of our in- et i Lotions, the J'r of our country, and the ri i-jlita of lj tt.i tuons of this -reat com. wealth, ai? Vkimand that tho IvHpub- . monwei l i an narly shall ico 1 applause ; that there aliati he a change in the administration of our national - allairs. Applause. In monarchical countries the spirit nay, the very letter tf their institutions pre scribes where sud when a man shall rule in nnbroken perpetuity. The central idea of democratic institutions is that power shall not Ion rest in the hand of any one man, or set of men, hence we find in our constitution:), both State and Federal, lim itations upon the power of too otiiciuls whom weeho'jse. Yourl'resident ischoseu lor tour years, although elii llo to re election, yet the example set by the Father of our Country, who wm re elected but once, has never been broken down to this day. There has never been but one attempt to 1reak it, and - it was a signal fah'ftre ; also your Senators id Congress are alcctod for limited terms, and likewise your members of the House of Representa tives. The oflieera composing the State governments are also elected for limited terms; the same is true of your members of the lrf'iHlalure, city ami township otticials. Hence, we boh the central idea iA thademocrulh: form of government is to prevent ' IMTHi OONTINl'ANCK II OK F ICR, What is true ot individual is true ol .fMHiM. No man iHilieves more liruily than 1 do in the trroat IcHsim-s that have len bestowed in times loiigKOiio by upon this country by the honored Ocm icr.t'ic party. It was the J lemocratie party that addini such immense territory to our country ; I hat added so much wealth to our countiy; that disseminated its principles far and near throughout the length and breadth of tho land. Hut this llnally ended. The iimmblic.au party came into power at the outbreaking of the civil war with the apparent uxm1 determination to hold it as long as the sun shines and the streams Khali continue to tlow. It is a bad thing for parlies to remain so long in power. It is iiol necessary that they shall have bad motives ; not newHiiiry that they shall be uu patriotic and corrupt in order to be turned out. You may grant them honesty and patriotism, yet a long continuance in of Downr brinirs with it evils. In the first pujee, the inevitable tendency is to creato ring 3'il leaders, who at last, from long contiunawl success. come to flunk ttie gov' eminent belongs to them, and belongs to them iu perpetuity, something like the divine right. Therefore, any detet-table means is jus.iilahle to keep them in iKwer. Liok at our own history, only a lew veatra back, iu 1870, when Samuel J Tilden was elected President of the United (States. He had a maiority of the ekv.to. nl votes and a majority of the popular vote . tSov. Hendricks was at the same tmi Vice-1 'resident. I A voice, "Aud will be elected again." J 1 ageo with you I laughter. I If any two men were ever elected in this country they wero, A voi.. ' Why didn't they keep it ?" lie- cause they were defrauded out of it bj one of the MOST ATROCIOUS 'AND DASKRKV UEKDS which blacken our free form of govern nent. fAnulausel The leaders of the Kopuhlicnn partv would never have dared to inaut'urale, much lers dnred to carry into ell oct, such an atrocious crime, if it had not been for their long continuance in pjwer. In 1HH0, four ye.irs afterward, tue election ot I resulent turned nuni In liana. They inaugurated ami carried through one of the moat i-tupeudoua and eorruplscueiuoB mat ever lisgr:ceil the an nals of any country. The vote of that Hate was given against HaneWk, who would have received it if the election hud neon fair and honest, and would have been elected President of the United States. I lie ciuei agent was ailerwara given a grand dinner in New York. Now, my friends, such a thing would never have taken pl.ico had it not been for their long continuance iu power. They came to the conclusion thtt tliey would win no matter il they violated the constitution and tram pled under foot the liberties and rights of lh people. Shall we sustain them in power. It is only a question of time until the people of this country will teach them a ditlerent lesson from that applause; that there are other interests iu our coun try besides these Itcpublicau rings and leaders ; that there are others interested beside Star-route plunderers and "whisky rings aud credit mohiliera. Applause anil laughter. Now 1 think you are going to demonstrate that to them this year. I think there are 10,000 Bl'.HT-MIMDKI) MBN AND INnKPRNDKNT KKI'l'HMCAN who will clasp hands with us to teach these tueu that this government does not belong to the Republican party, but totho people of tho United Statvs. Applause. The continuants of a tarty iu power, my friends, becomes despotic. I was verv uiiicti struck the othjr day at a railroad crossing at Fostoria with the remarks of an old Irishman, who was witch-tender. Said ho: "Judge, how much better oil" are we if one party is to con tinue in power forty years thau if we lived under a monarchy.?'' Applause. I would as soon live under Queen Victoria as livo in a couutry where a party holds power fifty years. Applause. No per son can deny that at least half tko people of the United States are Democrats; yet what Democrat iu the crowd, ever so well educated, pver so upright and moral in conversation and all the walks of life, Lea th least possible chance of get thiir Federal olla-e f There are million' " ' .r nus Ur oimpleUily tliHlranchisud', -.,--e as con.nieieiy ostracisml aa any Nl is jliiiijeoted t-j foreign power. ' l)ejg frs-bor cili.-.eti8 of the) es. ; i he people Hiti protesting ikin-t of tii i hit. ;. li-y do n o oa f-rever. Ja Mr. iilainu s vtaui:e the only ivil service lire he urge 'is increased Sfor Iteiiublioan omee-hold-l They pave held the l government twenty W - vued ; aud their candidate for the Presidency advocates one civil service reform measure, and that TO I.KNUTEK TERMS- OF OKHCii. Is it not time to ask the people whether thev desire a form of government in which manv are made hewers of wo:id and draw ers of wator while the few ri le upon their backs? If I had time I would nav some thing more alwut Illaine's letter of accept ance. Mr. Blaine devotes a large portion of his letter, doubtless considered the most . . . i . r . i . .. iinporiani pan, io w uiw:iion mo tariff. Itnietell you that the tariff n nithing but a tax, and the term Iann is only tised to hide the fiit. it is nothing but a tax. Blaine, in order to prove what an immense benefit the protective tarit! lies ecn, con trasts what he calls the value of property in the United States, as shown by the ensns of 18U0 and 1880, and says: "JOoK here! Wl at an immense increase has taken place in twenty years," and more than intends, almost distinctly declares, that the increase as s' own by these cen sus returns is due to the beneficent result of the protective tantl which prevailed during that period. He seems to have supposed no man knew the country had lucreuscu in wealtli but lumsell. Kverv intelligent man knows the increase between tho years Lst0 and 13S0 is due to the enormous increase in tho currency. This was greatest during the war. Flour, for instance, was twice as high as now. The apparent wealth of the country may be doomed anu ireitiuti, yei u nus noi increased the wealth of the country a dollar. Yet, Blaine says nat a word of this. The explanation of the apparent increase of our wealth ia plain. Is it the tariff that makes land worth f 10 per acre in ltMHi out here in me western 8:atnow sell for $U0 and $M? Why, nOclfomniuted the death sentence of Sam Ks I" ? will be idiaritable enough not to say through ignorance to make the people of this country believe they are indebted to the tariff for the immense increase of wealth. WHAT HAS BECOME OF THAT WEALTH? Into whose pockets did it go? How much h is gone into tile pockets of the laboring men of this country? That ia the question I would like for Mr. itlaine to answer. Why is it every paper we pick up, if the laboring man got a share, contains an ac counts! a Btrike? Apttlause. Do the laboring men throw down their tools for the pleasure of having a strike and hear the cries of their children . for bread? Applause Of this immense increase of the wealth of tho country, judging from the condition of the laboring man, 1 must say ho has surely not got his share, Applause. J There are a good many thinint more I would like to sav. but 1 have already spoken longer than i intend ed. Ones ol uo onr "do on: I I cannot do so this time. Some of these times when there are no other speakers you can come and hear me, anu I will just (spread tnysoii. Appianee.j JUIKIB rifCBMAN had taken his seat when some oue re minded him that he had said nothing for the candidates. He then came to the front of the platform and said : "I am not per sonally acquainted with Cleveland, yet 1 know a great -many reliable men w.ho are acquainted with him, and they are men in whose word can place, every confidence, and by them 1 am told that G rover Cleveland is a Democrat dyed in the wool, and that we can and will elect him fresulentof the United States. I have been acquainted with Mr. Hendricks more than thirty years. He is a man of distinguished anility, one whose public services and public acts are as pure as those of any outer man oi nus country. The feature of the eveninir was radical free trade speech by II A. Russell, who spoke alter A. J. Warner and just buipre u. iu converse, wno opposed the Morrison bill. Kussell denounced all such Congressmen. The audience ap- piauuuu nts Bianu. The Prohibitionists. rrrTSHi'iui, July 19. Prohibitionists are rapidly getting things in shape for the meeting of their National Convention, to be held in tins city next week. Col. tieo. Italicock and Mrs. Kmily Pitt Stevens, of uauiornia, nave arrived, and are the ad' vance couranls of what is honed to be a boom for Dr. K. H. McDonald, of Califor nia. Delegates are not expected to arrive in any considerable numbers before Mon day night or Tuesday morning. The Kx ecutive Committee will meet at the St Charles Hotel at 2 o'clock Tuesday after noon. UlHlne'i. Letter. New Yor, July 19. At the headquar ters of the K-pnblican National Commit tee to-day Blaine's letter of acceptance was regarded as a very able document. Secre tary leller, Samuel D. Iteck, of Mend vi lie, l'a., Oen. James K. Wilson. W. K. Sims. of West Virginia, and Andrew D. Helm, oi wasuuigton, were among the callers. RallHmlioD Meeting; at Cincinnati. Cincinnati. July 1!). About 0000 teo- plo attended ' the Democratie ratilicalion meeting in the Court street uuuket space to-nitrht. Mayor Stephens Dmaided and speeches were made by Gov. 1 loedly, Rep resentative Jordan, uen. ai. ityan and Kuiile Kothc. A LADY'S SEURKTAKY MISSINU. A MyttlrrioHN ttrancrer Najpa He Will be Hemmed for aiOOO. CiiATTANoooA, Tknm, July Hi. This en tire section of country is in a tumult of excitement over the singular disappear ance of a young man named Johu A. Neal, a member of a very pro.mnent family of lluntsville, Ala. Neal was private secre tary for AI iss Maud St. Pierre. She is very wealthy and recently bought 22,000 acres in franklin coiut.y, lenn., lor 8,000. Neal was scut to look after the proiierty. On Sunday morning, JuuelMh, he left the hotel lor a walk through the woods, and at noon was seen on top of the mountain sitting by the roadside plucking Mowers. Since then he ha3 not been seen. Miss St. Pierro employed twenty-live men and in- H'.ructed them to search day and night for him. Boats were built, and every stream for ten miles was dragged. Canons, abysses and gulches were thoroughly searched. Skilled detectives were put to worn in an the neighlioring cities and towns, and railroad agents and conductors were put on guard, but as yet no trace of him has been found. The lady says her accounts were left all riuhtand Neal did uot have one cent of her money in his pos session. He was iu good circumstances and in good spirits. A few days since a man was heard to exclaim in a crowd, "If Miss St. Pierre will offer $1000 ransom INeal will be produced. The niau was looked for but could not be found. UKAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. li, D. Goodwin to D. P. Prescott, lot No. 2, containing 10 82-100 acres, east of city, W II. Hughey et al to J. K. Helms, part nl IaI ii t it i,..bn' -i. .it. .. Wt iVJV 11, Jt A. VVAKICII O OUUU1VIVIUU, CU11' taining 20 acres, for $1000. TRI'ST DEED. T. R. Waring and wile to II. Bensdorf, trustee, to secure the German-American Building and I-oan Association in the sum Of $2tXH), a lot on Wellington street. CHANCERY SALES. West half ot lots 2:14 and 2:V, in Green law's addition. Fifteenth District, 75148 Ret, sold to 1'. ltaner lor ili. Ixit 19, IWadford street, 60x150 feet, sold to K. I jh kin for $800. Lot 2;J, north side Mosby street, 5(ixl35 north side Mosby street, Q(ixi:i feet, sold to Martin Walt for $ilt)0. Ixit No. 1, blH:k 513, 50x150 on north side of Robeson street, sold to M. U 11- luan for f 10. Part of country lot 494, on north side of i nion street, 1 !xl90 feet, Bold to Mrs. A M. Cogswell for $:U00. Ixit tt, bliH-k 12, on west side Orleans street, 51x184 feet, sold to John Miller for $010. lAitll, block 47, west side Hernando street, 50x7.' feet. Bold to J. J. Ixjvin for T-vSO. It in block 3", northeast corner of Main and Broadway, 25x150 feet, Bold to J. Y . i-AliuomlB lor ;il)(Hl. Bualneaa Fallnrea. Cincinnati, July lit. A. C. Scbubcrth, one of the largest retail cigar and tobacco houses in tho city, assigned. Assets, $15,- uuu io j.ii,ikiu. i-iamuiies, Jo.uuo. Indianapolis, July 19. Judge Rolert - . I Jim I) was to-day apiHiiuted receiver of tne suspended Iiankinuhouse ot A. J. C. S. Harrison. Judge 1-anib accented the trust, tiled a bond of $100,000 and at once took c arge, relieving the sherill. Too Women Shut In a Baanlo. ItALTiuoBK, July 19. Georve Inhart, ol Hew tork, this afternoon shot fatally Mary White aud seriously wounded Ma mie Tharp, of Toranto. The affair took place in a disreputable house on North Bt reet. 1 1 was later learned that the name of the niau was George W. lla.leUm, of Jamestown. The name of the victim was Jackson,, whose family belong at Long taiiuiu viiy. The Clnrlnnall Konlhern. Uincinsuti, July 10. The trustees of uie Cincinnati Southern road voted to night permission to the lessees of the road to change the eauue to the sUndar, gauge. It will involve the chaniM of th entire system known aa the Krlauger ays Uji, 1200 milea. The change ia not likely nmuc ii.tr ouuia iiuio. Arreate4 ror amaemmlrmrnrN. .... . . . J W..I.. , ll . . . .- Ci v.ii ian.ni, juiy i-.i.n. A. ItaiiniX, Jetroft was. arrested by request of the cliiel of pohce of that city, charged ciuuezziemeui. Itatbat J tut ha! Clear water for bathing at 222 Second sweet, near Adauia. APPEAL SPECIALS. The Caiirus Tor Cougresg Iu the Font-Ik Mississippi District Kemper Count; Tor Itarry. An Exciting- Mass Meeting at (irenailn, Miss. The Friends of Mitch ell Carry the Day. A Murderer's Death Sentence Commuted to Imprbouiiient Tor Life hy tlov. Lowry. WEST POINT, MISS. Kemper County Iualrurlh for Barry for 1 oiiKre.. ISPXCIAL TO THK ATl'tAl.. V8T Point, July 111. Kemper county instructs unanimously for the Hon. K. G. Barry for Congress for the Fourth Congres sional District. JACKSOX, MISS. A Mnrderer'a Death Nentenee C' nntedl to Lite ImprlMSUienl. (SPItriAl TO THK AI'PRAIt.l Jackson, July 1!. Gov. Lowry to-day nel ten- tiary for life. He was to have been hung at Iuka on the 24th instant. The State Democratic Executive Com mittee hag been called to meet here on Wednesday, the itOth instant, when a vig orous canvass will be inaugurated. UliEN'ADA,- MISS. An Exeltlue Mrm Meeting on the t'on. (rMutluoal ATominntioai, arKCIAL TO TB ArrCAL.l Grenada, July 19. A very exciting and interesting mass meeting was held here to day to nominate delegates to the Fourth Congressional District Convention, to Vie held in Grenada July 20th. The principal 6ght was between the Mitchell and Burry factions on the unit rule, which, after run' ning to a high pitch, ended in adopting it, and the county was instructed for Mitchell There are some who lielieve that Clark, Lewis, or a dark horse, will yet capture the prize. Another Arrauut. ril-KCIAI. TO THK APPEAL. Gbk.sada, Miss, July 19. The County Democratic Convention met here to-day to nominate delegates to the District Con vention w hich meets at this place on the S'JUi of July. The unit rule was adopted, and the delegates instructed to vote for Mitchell. Every thing passed off hannoni ously. At one time during the session of the convention considerable enthusiasm was exhibitec when the unit rule was car ried. All seemed well satisfied at the final result. THE ST0RTIXU WOULD. The Karea at faratos-a,Monnaonth Park, Brighton Beaeb aud Chicago. Nperlnl Meetina'or the Anieriean Be ball AnttoelaUon The Kcorea. Louisville, Jnly 19. -On the 14th and 15th of August, two days before t e open ing ol the J-.xpomion, there wiil be grand bicycle tournament on the iixposi' Uon Grounds, between John S. Prince, professional champion of America; Win Woodside, champion of Ireland: II.. W, Higham, lone distance champion, and the leading bicyclists from hftecn States and running hores. Brighton Beach Kaeea. Fw York, July lit. The Brighton Beach races to-day were closely contested, and three of the five favorites defeated The attendance was very large, the track in good condition. ttrtt Kare. ror horses that have run and uot won at Brighton Beach in 18X4 BQjren furlongs. Fraukie B. won; Gany mede second, Teruttrike third. Time 1:3U. Second Rice. Selling allowances, three- quarters ol a mile, iviontauk won; A us tralian second. Inconstant third. Time 1:11. . Third Ritce. Selling allowances, three- quarters of a mile. Pilferer won ; Florence J. second. Vmrar Plum third. Time 1 :18j r mirth nam. All ayes, one and one- eighth miles. King Fan won ; King Lion second, Miss Brewster third, lime -I :.n . tyth Knrt. tor three year olds, one mile. Palinurus won ; I wis second, John Ledford third. Time l:47J. Nnratoira BaceM Saratoga, July 1'.). First d.:v of the rais. FirtU Race. Ren wick won; Saunterer second, Athol third. Maid of Athol, Mani- on"st, Disturbance, Fellowplay and Jocose n the order given, netting 9 to 0 againal Reuwiek. After nine breakaways Saun terer, Maid of Athol, Renwiek-and Fellow- play got oil in order. 1 he favorite, alter going nearly a quarter of a mile and taking up the running, was followed by Saunterer and the Admiral. A good race from the furlong pole between the three, resulting in Renwick's favor by half a length, two lengths between second and third. Time ;02. Second Race. Travers Stakes. Rataplan won ; Blast 8econd,Tacoma third,Greystone last. Betting 5 to 4 on the winner, 8 to 5 against Blast. Rataplan and Blast were in front throughout, the favorite making the play from the start to the finish and win ning cleverly by two lengths. Blast four lengths in front of Tacoma. Time 3:07 J. Ihtrd Race. Pearl Jennings won; Na varro second and Gano third. Betting was to 5 against Pearl Jennings. Navarro made the play from the start, followed by t earl Jennings and Gauo, the latter tak ing second place along tho back stretch, with Pearl Jennings last. Navarro held his lead until a furlong from home, when Jennings came with a rush and, holding her lead to the end, won easily by three lengths; a length between setoiid and third. Time 1 :45. Fourth Race,. Posteuard won: Rienzi second. Rienzi made the running until within a quarter of a mile from home. where Postguard drew up and won good race by a length. Time 5:26. Chicago Midsummer Races. Chicago, July 18. At the Driving Park midsummer race meeting the weather was warm, the track fast and the attendance good. rtrcu Race. rive furlonus. Starters: 1'ltimalum, Almeda, Minnichee, Toronto, Banana, Lady Craft, Guldrust, Princess Chuck, Gerniania, Mary Hamilton, liar poon second and G:en ltock. Toronto won as he pleased by six lenut s: Hamil ton (the favorite) second, two lengths in I rout ol Banana, thud. Time 1:021. . Second vice. Palmer House Stakes, one mile. Starters: John Davis, Ascender, Long Knight, V allot, lj Belle N., Dick Brown and Adventurer. Iximr Kniirht and allet ware the favorites, at evens in the pools, aud made a close finish, the for mer winning by a neck; isrown a poor third, lime i 7rf Race. Handicap, ono mile and 500 yards. Starters: Revoke, Jauuita. Ada Ban, Lycurgus, Ballard, Chautilly, Bonnie Australian and Jnx. l-ycuririis won hv half a lenitth: Jauuita second. Ballard third. Time 2:1:1. The winner sold in the held. Mutuals paid nearly $ih). Fourth Ract. One mile and a fnrlonir. Starters: Topsey, Riverta.Wallie Davis and Ailee. lopsev (the favorite) won in hand i',rt .i .. .... iy nan aiengui; Alice second, itiverta a poor third., lime 1 :574. filth Auer. One mile and quarter over hurdles. Starters: Bell Bird, Fisherman, DicUtor, Correct, Wimbledon. Ascohand and Athloue. Bird won by three lengths: F sherman Becond, Ascoliand third. Tune 1:21 1. Baaeball. BrrKALO, July 19. Chicagos, 5; Buffa- los, l . Cleveland, July 19. Clevelauda A ; De troit, IU, Boston, July 19. Bostons, 12; New l orks, 1. Indianapolis, July 19. Indianapolis, 4; lOUHlOJ, . Baltimore, Brooklyiis, 11. 1.0CISVI1.H., July 1!). Baitimores, 1: July l'.l. lAMiisvilles, 19. Pittsburg, Cincitinatis, 1. PiTrsiii'Kc July 7; Washington, (1. Providence, July Philadelphios, 1. 'New Vouk, July Metropolitans, 11. 19. Providence, 19. Athletics, Nl'BCIAL MEKTINd OF THE AMERICAN AS , WH'IATION. Con miii s, O., July 10. A siecial nuet iug of the American Association of Base ball Chilis was held here to-day, at w hic! (even clubs were represented. Changes " " '"T0"," "ol,,B OI the otUcial umpires "V'Y" "-"wtiow wana. aoiioinUil, reverai cnanges were also made lu' lne piaying rales, stringent action was Uken Mwaru rampctiiug umpires to umpire gaiues according io the est at) Untied rules. and nut as interpreted by them. The rale as to batsman leing hit by the pitcher win be rigidly enforced, and amnio nn.vi- sion made to provide umpireain the event of a failure of official umpires reportiuc for duty. The disputed game of Juno 21st between the Louisvilles and Metro politans was decided a champions: ip game. X he names of the umpires dropped and appointments made are withheld from publication. Kaelna- at Monmouth Park. New York, July 19. Monmouth Park races. Firtt Hart. For three vear olds and upward, allowances, one mile. Buck stone won; Pinafore second, Plunger third. Time 1:45. Second Race. Free . handicap sweep stakes for two year olds, three-quarters of a mite. uadence colt won ; Cricket second. Portion third. Time 1:16.- Ihtrd Race. The Harvest handicap. mile and one-quarter. N earing the straight iteei and roe, Little jviinch, Barnes and Caramel were beaten. The others fought it out, Kiuglike winning by half a length; rreegoid second, Kica third. Time 2:11. tmirth Race. Free handicap, sweep stakes, all ages, one mile and five fur longs. Trafalgar won; Knelid second, Roval Arch third. Time 2:55. Fifth Race. Klheron Stakes, handicap sweepstakes, for gentlemen riders or jockeys, three-quarters of a mile, .am pa won ; Brunswick second. Matrenta colt third. Time 1:18. Sis:h Jltuv. Selling race, one mile. Dan K. and Hartford ran a dead heat, Lntestring third. Time 1 :45. Dan K. was so lame that he was withdrawn from the run off, and Hartford walked over. betentk Race. Handicap steeplechase. over the full course. Abraham won; Gienam second, Marshall third. Time 5:10. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. - The A a-ltatloa n the Franrhloa Bill in Franee and China. Knaland- The Fg-ynllan 1'iaaorial Commissi Npalu and the Pope. Bkiims, July 19. Tho committee of the Bundesrath have decided to include Bre men in the German customs frontier line at the same time that Hamburg is in cluded. Breinerhaven and the petroleum docks remain outside of the frontier liue. Immense spaces are reserved on the right liank of the water ouhiide of the customs for docks. All manufacturers consuming imported raw material will be treated as outsido of the line. SPAIX. Kpain M ill Take No Haul In Beelorlna; me cope a meuiperai rwer. Madrid, July 19. In the Cortes to-day Prime Minister Costillo said the remark of the Minister of War in regard to the restoration of the Pope's tenijoral power was incorrectly reported. Spain, he said, recognized accomplished facts. It was her desire to maintain cordial relations with Italy. FRANCE. China Will Noon Mature rranee aa to the Incteuantty. Paris, July 19. Prime Minister Ferry to-day explained to the Cabinet the con dition of negotiations between France and China, lie said it appeared certain that China would shortly satisfy France as to the indemnity demanded. The French In Madajraaear. Pa rib, J uly 19. French advance against the Malagasies who occupy an intrenched position is luiLuiiieui. EXtJLASD. The tteen and Prleee of Walea on the rrancmse 111 II. Lonoos, July 19. It is semi-officially denied that the Prince of Wales or Oueeh Victoria tried to influence the Tory press in favor of a compromise on the franchise bill. The Tories assert that the (Jtieen approves of the Marquis of Salisbury's policy of resistance against the adoption of the franchise bill until an appeal to the country has been taken. John Bright is preparing a measure f r the reform of the House ol lxrds, based upon .the principle of a life peerage which is limited to the number of hereditary peerages. The Demand for American Cattle. London, July 19. The Marquis of Lome will introduce to lxrd Uarlingford, Lord of the Privy Seal, next week, a deputation in favor of the importation of healthy cat tle from the Western.. States of America, through Canada, and who will show him that the farmers of Lngland want Amen can cattle. They will show that the laws of the States from which the cattle come are sutliciently strict to prevent the spread ol disease. Nine Live Lut, London, Julv 19. The bark Vicksburg, from Quebec for Leith, was wrecked near Portland skerries. Mine lives were lost. Harder in Ireland. London, July 19. llooiiliirliters shot tha caretaker on a fai m near Trlee last night from whic - tenant we evicted. ArllHl lor Ainerlra. London, July 10. Gve has ensaged the following artiits: Niihsoii, U-ggiani, Castlcmav. Mnn'i ti.ila.n and lancse He is negotiating nh, GuiiipauaiU ami Rtnelli. The KtTll!u Kiu;iocl.il 4?:iiiuNMion. Londjn, July 19. The Financial Com1 mi.fion apooinle 1 by the K;vptian Con fere.nce votet un.inimoiiMlv, with the exception of Hnlaud, to reject the plan for a reduction of the Lyptian land tax and interest on the Iv'vpi ian debt. Amerlran KxnloratiouN in Madagascar. Iondon. July 19. Advices from Mo zambiipte state that Lieut. Schufeldt, of the American navy, after visiting the Oiiecn of Madagascar, and obtaining val liable information, has reached the west coast of the island. He was escorted by several hundred men. F0REHJN FLASHES. London, July 19. La Kngelhardt, mer chant, has failed, liabilities, $2u,000. Tokau, July 19. Police Inspector Besl roll was mortal y wounded by two men. Vienna. Julv 19 A fire atTukla, Ga licia, started iu a naphtha factory and burned half the town. Tiflis, July 19. A Russian military train on the Bakur railway was at tucked by l'ersiau robliers, who killed the Cossack guard and wounded the commander. Berlin, July 19. Dr. Schweinfurth, the African traveler who made an appeal to F.ngland to rescue Gen. Gordon, tele graphs that he received tnlintrs of Gen, Gordon's position through indirect sources from Nubians. The date of the news is believed to be recent. Pkstii, July 19. The high military council which, at the request of Gen. Gargey, made inquiry whether his sur render with the Hungarian army in 1843 was treason, has concluded its labors, the council pronounces Gen. Gargey inno cent, and decides the surrender was the result of military situation, and inevitable. Testimonial. From Jnmeft F. Harrison, chairman of Faculty. lTniveriity of Virginia: Your school in noted for itn K004I Uincipliu and thoroUKh educational training." rrom Dr. m. r.. l'etorn, Prof. Latin. II. a. : 1 do nut heititnte to rocoimneml the Keumoro liiirli School ai, in every resect, deser ini; tiie eonlidcnco and patronaco of tho iiulihc. ' From Prof. ijoo. Freit'k llolincn. II. .Va. ; "The Koninore Academy it reffarded an anioni; the bout of the Virginia pchooln if htgh Arade. From Pntf. Francin H. Smith, II. Va. : VI re icard the Kenuioro School af utandiuic deaerS'edty in me nrsi ran k oi niKn vcrimii. From Prof. Thoiuaa K. I'rice. now of Colinnhia IVllvKu, New York: "1 fool certain that tho course of teaching at Koomore is unusually solid andettective. From Col. Chan. S. Venablo. Prof. Math., IT. Va. : "Mr. Strwle's will, energy and ability, and his exerienc as a !uccot(st'ul tciM-her, iiuul ify him well to make thisenlererisoasuecciisand a oeuefit to the State and country.' From the same, -later: '"Tho succoss which Kemnore: High S'hool has( achieved, and the ureiiaration and training of iLs tiui.ils who have eulered the University of Virginia, have liillv juslitied the recommendations of this excellent scnool to tne ublto at iu Lniginninc lour years ago. torluller testimonials and other narticulura see cataJtvgue, mailed to all atiplicautu on ad dressing tho iriuciral. Tbe Red I'rwM or Utucvs. Wash inkton, Julv 19. Miss Clara Bar ton, president, and Mr. A. S. Solomons, vice-president of the American Associa tion of the Red Cross, have been appoint ed by the President as delegates to repre sent the 1'nited States at the Geneva conference of the international association in September next. New ttrleans EapoNltion. New Oki. sank, July 19. Col. Burke, general manager, announces that Kansas opened the ball by sending to-day the first installment of her exhibit to the World's Kx'HMution. consisting of boxes of line fruit. Bralrn lo eaUJy Ilia Brother. Mansi ielu, Pa., Julv 19. Because Al liert Wyles interfered when his brother Barney Btrnck a younger brother, Barney tnrned on Albert and beat him so badly mat tie win uie. i.arney has been ar rested. A r rented for Forgery. Zanesville, O., July 19. Joseph Crash, a leading citizen, was arrested lor lorgvry upon complaint of W. II. Johnston. His method was to give notes with forged in dorsements. 1 he amount is said to reach 1 0,000. Tor to Pleee. Toi.EbO, July 19. Win Childs, night fireman at the Brady House, was caught in the belting of a stationary engine wtilto-oavjuty this evening and instantly aiumi. sua uuoy was torn. IO pieces. Nltei Bad Killed. SiiKEilAN, fax , July 19. Francis Lowe- nee, a penitentiary convict, while at work with a gang on the Texas Pacific railway. near Sherman, in attem sling to escape to- uay waa ouot anu aiiieu oy a guard. CHOLEIU AT PABIS. Three Cases Reported at the Freucli Capital, Two of Which were Fatal-Tue OUIcIals at Marseilles Puuie-Slriolcn on Arronut of Their Failure to Stop tue Spread of Hie Plague. Precautions Taken Against the Introduc tion of the Disease in America A Wise Suggestion. Marseilles, July 19. Five deaths since 9 o'clock this morning. Ten cases have been cured and left the hospital. The officials are panic-stricken lu?cause of the failure to check the spread of the choleia, and all are fleeing. Six deaths from chol era at Aries yesterday. There were thirty deaths here last night. 7 O Clock r.Al. There have been four teen deaths from cholera in this city since it o cioca this morning. The Panic at Toulon. Toulon, July 19. The shopkeepers here are closing their establishments. The Uight of residents is universal. The men stationed at the arsenal are leaving. There were seventeen deaths here last night. 7 O Clock r.M.- Twenty-one deaths from cholera reported since 10 o'clock this morning. The disease ia spreading. One death at Nimra. . ' . The Cholera at Parle. Pakis, July 19. Three cases of cholera were reported here to-day, two fatal. Five cholera deaths in the department of the ixwer Alps, lbe fumigation of rail wry stations at Toulon, Marseilles and Paris is discontinued, proving useless. uie Ministers ot the interior. Commerce and Public Works, wno were on a tour of inspection ef cholera infected cities, re turned to Paris. They state that the adoj tion of sanitary measures ia imperative, and that 2,000,000 francs will be inade quate for relief measures. .The eovernment has decorated ur. kocu with the cross of the Legion of Honor, in recognition of his researches as to the source and spread of cholera. Thoroughly Dlalnreeted, Loniion, July 19. The steamer St. Dun- t-tan, which arrived in the Mersey yester day from Marseilles, after losing two per sons from cholera, has been twice disin fected, the Btores taken on board at Mar seilles destroyed and her water ballast pumped out. MitHt Reat with the Halted State. Ottawa, July 19. There is no truth in the statement purporting to come from Washington that paper and rags supposed to have been collected in cholera-infected districts in Europe are being imported into the United States throutrh Canrdiau ports. United States importers should s-e that the necessary precautions should be taken before shipment. The Dominion authorities cannot tell what is in bales, and the fault of not taking proper pre cautions must rest with the United States authorities. VlgarouK F.Hurta aaaloat the Introduc tion or Cholera In me I niled Miatet. Washington, July 19. At the meeting of the Cabinet yesterday it was decided to take vigorous measures to prevent the in troduction of cholera into the United States. The State and Treasury Depart ments will act together in enforcing the regulations which are to be prepared. An order will be issued prohibiting the im portation of rags from all infected coun tries for ninety days, or longer, if neces sary. It was also decided that the vessels of the revenue marine service should es tablish a cordon along the coast to prevent the landing of all vessels from foreign ports which do not possess clean bills of health. The Secretary of State to nay ade'ressed a letter to the Secretary of the Treasury in regard to the cnoiera question, ot which the following is a copy: "On the Kith of April last I had the honor to inform you that a method for the disinfection of tags had been .agreed upon by the.. health authorities of New York, New Haven and Boston, and that nu inspector had teen an noi n ted who was to act under tha Con- sul-Gciieral at Cairo, who was also to authenticate a certificate of inspection. Congress having failed to provido for the Coneul-General at Cairo, such certificates cannot for the present be furnished. T e Consul Genera! was ollicia'.ly charged wun the duty oi seeing that rags were disinfected, and as this ottice no longer exists, satisfactory evidence of the fact of disiuiection makes it necessary to aban don the plan agreed upon. I have there- lore revoked the appointmenlof lnsiector Meaily and any other designed as m Hjjpctora." - - . Aiung on this information, Secretary Folger to-day i. sned instructions to col lectors of customs and other persons inter ested to prevent nntil further orders the unloading of rags from foreign infected ports, and rags which are suspected on Kod grounds oi being inieelcd coming lrom any loreign port. The Surgeor.-Gencral of the Marine Hospital Service telegraphed the healtl authorities of New Orleans that the Secre tary of the Treasury had directed vessels in the revenue marine service to patrol the coasts of the United States, including the gulf coast, as a precautionary measure against cholera. It is expected that the President will issue an executive order, calling attention to ttie necessity lor more stringent precati tions against the introduction of cholera. and urging the greatest vigilance on the part of agents of the government, both at home and abroad. Quarantine will prob ably be established against Canada and also against Mexico, in which hitter place there is reported an epidemic of yellow fever. The epidemic fund, of w hich there is an unexpended balance of about i.S, 000, will lie utilized by the authorities for these purposes. ' The administration has determined to make every possible effort to prevent the introduction of contagion. tub i'kksi dent's peoclamation. The President to-day iovmed the follow ing procamauon: By the President of.the United Statu of America A rroviaiualion. VY hue quarantine regulations are com mitted to the several States the general government has reposed certain powers in the 1 resident, to be used at his discre tion in preventing threatened epidemics. Feeling it my duty, I hereby call upon all persons who, under existing systems in tne united states, are intrusted with the execution of quarantine regulations, to be diligent aud on the alert in order to pre vent the introduction of a pestilence which we all regret to learn has made its appear ance in some countries in Kurope. be tween which and ports of the United Stales intercourse is direct and freiiueut. I lurlher nlv:.-et!;at cities and towns in the United Stattss, w hether on the coast or on lines of intercommunication, by sound sanitaiy regulations and the promotion of cleanliness, prepare to resist the an.ooacl cf lies Unease, to iimicate us severity, and 1 . tint icr direct consuls i.f tfie United Stabs iu ports whcie the pcfc'.i.ence has made or may make its appearance to exercise vigilance in carrying out the instructions heretofore given, and in communicating to the toy ernmcut of the United Statically inf.irma lion of value relating to the progress or treatment o!0io disease. Viir.ir.u a. A it 1.11 1 ii. By the President r ' Fuklinuiii vskn, Socretiry of Stte. A Wise Precaution. New O.'leans Twwu-Deuurnil. ISth: Dr. Joeeph Holt, president of the Mate Hoard of Health, yedUird.iv forwarded the follow nig letter to Surgnon-l leneral Hamilton, ashiugton, asking that a revenue cutter be placed oil the Mississippi to proteel the port against vessels from infected ports in France r Nkw Ohlrans, July 18, 18S4 To Surgeon-Ueneral John B. Hamilton. Suner vising burreon-tteneral United States Marine Hospital bervice, Washington r Sir In view of the alarming increase of "cholera in the maritime cities of r ranee, and the intimate-commercial intercourse between New Orleans and those ports, cannot tue government place a revenue cutter cirthe mouth of the Mississippi to warn olf vessels from infected French ports and order them to Ship Island quar amine i One cholera ship in the Mississippi would endanger me population ol the en tire valley. This board has no facilities for intercepting vessels at sea, and no power to order vessels to leave lxiuisiana waters. The States of the valley can only be pro tec ted at present by intercepting vessels from cholera-infected ports before entering the Alutatesippi river. ..JOSKI'H H1.T. M.D.. President Louisiana State Board of Health. Referring to the above, the Time-Icmo-crat of the same date editorially says: "la view of the alarming prevalence' of the cholera in Southern France and the great danger of the introduction of the disease the worse scourge that has ever a 111 ic ted humanity some extra measures of pre caution in the matter of sanitation and quarantine have liecome necessary. The precautions that the Western cities have taken in the matter ot cleaning up their streets and putting them in good condition are all very well ; but this is far from suffi cient. Once settled in a country, nothing can stop the course of this fatal diaeaae; and to prevent this the most careful guard ing, the most stringent quarantine must be enforced. "The request made by Dr. Holt.president ot the State Board of Health, on Surgeon General Hamilton, oi the United States Msrin Hospital Service, ia timely and to the point He asks in view of the alarm ing increase of 'cholera' iu France and our i.imate commercial relations with thepA-wta where it specially prevails, that the l ideral government place a revenne nnllA.Aaa.lliamnnlh sf tllA MifiRifillinnl ito wars." off vessels from inlected French , iKirts ajid to order them va Ship Island 'i, quarantine. - ;! "As Dr. Holt shows, one cholera ship in the Mississippi would endanger the whole valley; In former cholera years New Or leans, as a center, distributed the cholera throughout the interior country. It is the front line of battle that must be held and protected, for should the disease break through and invade this city there will be little hope of stopping its onward march. ''The State Board has no facility for in tercepting vessels at sea, and no power to order them to leave Louisiana waters; and n.nlcsa the Federal government takes this duty upon itself there will be no suffi cient protection afforded for the valley from cholera. "Dr. Koch has declared that, in his opin ion, it is well nigh impossible to stop the progress of the disease through Kurope. We have the advantage of being separated from that continent by 4000 miles and more of water. Should the suggestion of Dr. J I -lt lie adopted, and similar precau tions be taken lor. all other dangerous points on our coast, we may .save this country from this awful visitation." In this connection, it might be well to state that the above plan was suggested and advocated by Dr. G. B. Thornton, of Memphis, at the meeting of the Quaran tine Conference in New Orleans on the 2d of June last. At that time Dr. Holt bit terly opposed the plan of national aid in f-juartintine, dechnin?, as ho said to sac rifice the Mate sovereignty oi l-ouisiana. It is gratifying to see that Dr. Holt and the health authorities of Louisiana are coining to their senses on the subject ol quarantine. mmmmtmmmmm FRIUHTITL CATASTROPHE. Pleale Train Wrecked Nrar Canton, 4.,and Over Two Hundred rrseas Killed and Wounded. PiTTSBiTKc, Pa., July 19. Intelligence las just lieen received from Canton, O., which says: This evening a train on the" Connotton Valley railroad of six teen cars, containing employes of Ault inau's agricultural works and their fami lies, who had bten picnicking, was wrecked, two miles east of Canton, and 200 persons killed and injured. The en . . wreck was caused by broken trogs. 1 he whole train left the track and rolled down a six foot embankment. Shortly before the accident occurred another train passed over tue frog safely. Later. Another dispatch says it is thought the dead will not number more than six or seven. One thousand persons were-on '.the train. Their escape was miraciilona. !IKI. ISA ACS On Friday afternoon. July 18. 181. at hia mother' reident:e. No, 76 Main (treet. Aag Isaac's, in Wis twenty-fteventh yoar. (Chicago and New York paiiors ileae copy. Tbe funeral will take place thin (SUNDAY) inurnink at 10 o'clock, from tha residence. Friendtf said acquaintances invited. Kl .VF.IML, XOTICK. WHITE Tbe friends and acquaintances of the Kev. Geurfce White and fumily are inrited to at tend the funeral of his wife Kwxabktb, from Calvary church, this (SUNDAY) morninr at 10 o'clock. NO POISON IN THE PASTRY IF "CTSEXX Vuin,lM,Onnn, etc.. eee Oka. 'ri. mMIw. dee., deltviitOy eaa Mat- raiiy ine rrmi rraa wklea Ute ore marie. F0U STBEM1TII AS TKUE FRUIT FLAVOR THEY STAND ALO.NE. Price Baking Powder Co., Chicago, III. St. Loulfj, Mo. Haulm or Dr. Price's Cream Baking Ppwdir Dr. Price's Lnpulin Yeast Gems, Heat Dry nop Yeeat. WE MAKE BUT ONE QUALITY. THE BEST IN USE 1 The " TENNESSEE PAX-ELECTRIC TELEPHONE C0.HPAXT," ieeorporaUd under Hie Laws of the State nt Tennes see, J ill J, ISS4. OFFICER A. S. LIVERMOEE, L. B MrFAULAND l'remdent. Bee. and Treaa. DIBrCTOBM. A. S. LTVKRMORP,' P. M. PATTERSON, W. r. ARK1NUTOX, C. II. ('LA KK, J. 11. RANDALL. J. S. DAY, JOHN T. WILMNS. W. i TAYLOR, USU. li I'KTEB-i. Jr L. B. MrFARLAXD, f. P. BEAD. W. B. MALL0RY. W. II. nom.SsOX, K. F. L-IONLY. aw This company hall aecured the riaht to opeiate in the Slate of Tennessee tho Paa-Klerl rle Trlrplienr." and now policit correspondence wilh retiahlo iiersons who may wUh to purchase, territorial riithtj forestahlishinc Exchanges in the cities and towns, and for the erection of privato lines in this State. Tho company will also lease or tell the "Pan-Klect-ic Telephone" for privato lines for the full term of the patent. The simplicity, cheapness, and rolnme ani clearness of soand of 'these inst:nments c:inse them to siiiKjrsede all others, it ia already in successful operation in many places, and is be inc speedily introduced over the whole ivmu'ry. Siwcial inducements olfcred lo persons wishing to purchase territory, to oiorate as agent, or on comiui-tsiwn. Coininunications addressed to the "Tennessee Tan-Eleclric Telephone l'o.,' Mempbh, Teun , will receive prompt attention. A. S. L1VERM0RE. President L. B. McpAiu.iixn. Sccrctjiry and Treasurer. Dividend Notice. OFFICE OF PLANTERS INS. CO., .Mkmkhih. Tksk.. July 9. 1SS4. nay At a meetinc of the Board of Director of tins Company, nehl this dnr. a mi-Annual Caxh Dividend of Flve () trr t eal, was de- eiareu, payaoie on uj-uiana. D. T. PORTKR. PnuidenU O. D. Raixk. Secretary. MilTHBY CAYLUS ViM-d lor owr 35 yt-ain with rrft miccee hy tbe physitiauiir PKrU, New YorkanJ Lcrvdon, mkI huiio nor to all others fur the prompt curaof ail cac.r?ccnt or of sUndinir. put up o:-'y iu GImsi Bottle ciml.-ioin- 4 t'liiwuk'a each. 1 MCK. 15 CES ia, MAK1M1 TflKM UIE OUEAPLef CAPbUUve) IH lilt: M.VKKKT. rmaircd ly rt nTT Tift SoU CU.N4C.El AMVI I.LVEr.r. UXUUU1UJU Vanderbilt University NAKIIVILI.E, TstSX. SESBIOJJ lOBa.BP. 14rt-aaarnt Eadewtaeat Tve,4M. Tke - Academic, liiblicnf and Law .Department" ripen September 1st. The Medical, Dental aaJ Pharmaceutical Departments ooya October J.W yes Acadotoie llepartasent, th; ttlblical, Law, fl'Si; MeJieal. tU: J)cnjl. tr I'harma oealieai; tw. lMiehw4s oSeie.c arw soppli-wl with lb. Butt si Pi .red api aratus. lb. School ot Wiaaerluf i sapplicd with work shop for prarunal inairuetioa. Two lat aradaata el-r.,w.hi.-. w.-rth Pi .sch,aad f"r tirad.at. r'ollowships. worth .aeh, ar. ao neatly awarded. lUard from li to par mo.lh. Th. Annual ReKtxteria seat on application U Job. Pan-Electric W. Mil pp. asdretary 01 me rao.iiy. '"'" L. C. UAKLAJ.C, ChaaHr. Opium Is fr! i mj.nu- NO OPIUM,' k ioweVizr'; is u in ACKWELLS CURETTES Nof clulfelion o" kind, Thty mjacltt 0 tlie Piitel JoUcco-. ' ndt heS.' ilists-.li rrivM m CAfnus,, Insist on having these, and thus BE SURE of the BEST. I I ( . I . I rUBULL Lk jor TrMiiz-mjs, Son- C lllOu! llr Watch the papers Tor our large advertisement; different portraits of leading men each time. Grand Republican Rally ! SATLKDAY, JULY 2C, ISM. NIGHT MEETING. 0- -n1GB FR.-VNK UEIO, RemtbHi-an ennrii 'ttte lor Gtivvrnor. will adire0K his fellow-ci(txeu!( un the illiitf-t. Statu will lio ro viilud. All are invited, citptaUy bit aM c-ttm- ruiieit in tU lu-L un(U-Jiautr. - At tberin time in-t nlatro ur candililof fcr Judpeof the Criminal Lurt, John I. I'M heriti. VoHoii Kuiulta: tr Trustee, 'tin t Hctok. will be iirtixetit and enliven tho meet ink with eloquent tioeuea. t'OHE OXEl (OHK A 1.1.1 wM.jl.sMrn, Chairman tSpuciul-CouiuiitU'c. To Contractors and Builders, ClRALFt) PROPOSALS for bniM.nir tho Sbelhv O rounty Workhoufo wiil he receivett nt the office of J. Gailuwity, Lmi-. -'J1 Mniiion street Mennthifl. Tonn.. until 11 o clock Tuoftdav. Auc, 1, 1. SSI the building' to be located on tho County Poorhouse farm. Bids will be rer-eivcrt fur the en tiro wort, or for the lirick Work, Iron Work. Plumbers' Work. Curitentera Work. etc.. eit- arately. Plnni and diwritieationn at the offica of M. ll. lsaidwin. Arcnitect cttrner peoouu ana Monroe utrcets. jlemp-tirt. rhftirniaa Buiulioff Commi:tKe, FEMALE COI.LKUE. pvx.l'rl, JUKv C"tf ALTERED :t ycHru: over 2'0 eraduaten J Clastic-il and SrieniifiA Tourfe: MuficaB' Att, Lock tion unnurp.iKrtcd for hulih. liotrtl- Sihool year becinfi Sept- y. lHt 8eud fi.r eaUi loanio; J. S. JlOWAttD, I'roid-nU OH It HALOOH, V.X. STI.ru ENS '., fmpria. Fully faiiliel with all tha bast Liquors known ia tun market. Mkuphis, Tkxr.. June 26, 1SSI. DURTNG my absence in liermany inr Conservator-will he carried on in all its hrnneh-s y my three graduates. Misses Hannah. Hall and Karr. Harmony, tuoreagh iku'S .na theory ta.ui.-nt wun .rei ir-ion. .mh iav rii id. Adilresi ail letters to K. Wttcinann A Co, Teachers nnu itupila from a d stance solicited. Killed by the Cold. Then the crdd trenctratcs them and nnoumo nia kins mem. In the autumn of4SM.sthe writor rallrtl upou the celetti ated urpteon nna apooiahnt. lr. w . a llmniuond. at hm residence, fto. 4.t Went hilty third utreet. New York, and aked the follnwinr question: Doctor why are lun diHewen to muon more eomuiouanu laiai now man iney nave been for many year at i ' i here are neverat reasons. answerea ir, llatniiioiid. mo me of whieb nre hard cr the an seientilio mind to understand. Rut the (Treat tronble with people iu this country is that tbey II ivemut in livinr in overheated rooum. What is the eon!euuenf!7 Why this: when it in nee rttaary for them tr pro out, thercat dilVernnce in the exterior temperature striker, uoon their or fr-ioiz-tion, the cold enetrates tho m and pneu moma Kills iiiein. People ftlu uld take care of therrseWes. No donbt. But they will not. Perhaps many can not. In an s rase, the uuei' ion Whatsaali do in the earliest stages of a heavy cold? s,iil we mi. neio toe pyfiujni to inruw icon oy utin uch internal remedies aa experience hns proved to be coml ; zeit nt do not tail to rail to youi sid BENSON fi CAPC'INE POROUS PLASTERS Apply them to the bicrk, breast and 6-des, wher ever there is pain or a sense of tightness or eon rention. Thev will at on re nroduce a waruiine sonthinft and quietinv effert, and radical reliet will follow in le s than forty-eitcht hours -often in a sinele dar or nisht. The market is glutted with cheap plasters, for which the most absurd claim x are made. They appeal to the popular iirnuranee oi wuateonsti tuten real uiertt in a pi ner, ana to liiise notion of economy. Renon s Ctcoine Plaitterit do no aim to rival theeinit-er&blethaias but hold their indispuiAble position as the mott thorouhly tci entitle aud etfsetive external minedv known. The old-style plasters are to-day what they have always been dull, doubtful tnd feeble counter irritants. Ren to m s be I or p tu the axe of push ditcoverv and rozre.-is. Thev act. alwufrs net. and act at once. Kept in the house or uce they will surely stve you lime, money aud ruuerin Seabury !t Johnson. Pharoiaceutica Coemihts New iork. E. WITZES Hhol-iilc Dealer nnd I'lihlUliora, ttV&&H3 IE2EOTEJiSIES Sole A-ronts fcr tha iollowins; First-Clii., Iu,lrument: S&iT-k7aTSL'X7" i.Ti 35ti n,T-r Hiail . Hrk...BAaail Jt lltMI.I.V, li.UVMM W4RIKX, NLOI BEt Car A NEW 7-OCTAVK PIANO FOR UH,.- t9Writn for Cataloeuea. Jon. 22 ai il 223 Ml-'.t'O.lr NT.. ME VllS. A. VACCJO & CO. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET MEMPH'S. THE NEW C. ELDRED0E SEWING MACHINE Guaranteed the Latest and Best BCmtRICKH IATlEKsi ror I.alle MImmm anal t'hli. sJren'a Uarnral.. mr i'mimloKmrn fMtal I res. Nrtlle, ll. Parts) anil lllarhaima for all Wnclil.. e-, suit tall blind af naeblaes rrircl. hr.tl fr ,rav.i. J. B. AXDRICH St CO., General Ag'ts Hn. 3i NORTH (OI'KT NTRKI.T. '-' ' ' "(Nortti slile nf Pnnrt Sfimirc. ecarMain. .wholesale: GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS And Commission merchants, rGO aild 33 Front Street. - MomnhlM, Teun. BAR-FIXTURES FOR SALE. TK offer for rale, for cash, tnpe'h "d e .m IV plete lot of Csr-l-'ixiufe'. iil-Piiolil'v-s, Mirrors, Glassware, etc., all tit wLi 'h are of tha mosteleirant fJeieriniion. unsarpued Vy nny in Memphis. TLcr embrace a Cbinplrfx Outlit for a itv,t-clBM naloon, and will He fold at a very moderate price. Cvl on. or address 11. J. BDi.HlllHS tr uu., 297 Main street, Mcinph:. Tenn. A f E M Ptl IS ROY AL ARCH CH APTKR ARCHCHAPTra JR .M. Will meet in ir , Tahernaelr. Mf-T 2? rrow (M0MAY) , for dispat. h 01' w 1LN. K,, . AND A.. stated convocation, at soma Temple, to-iuorr. Kht. at T:W o'clock H.'ines, VisitinKCompanions frafi rnnlly invited liyoruur . o. MAlitl.S, U.f. Jon l. JTrfwa'. Secretary. A TKMIM'lS COMM ANDERY XVJ. T. The members ery are requested to asse Ulii ir-t.iOAi miirnini for the nuroose of attein of Mrs. ELIZABETH W1UTR. wife of the venor- bla Prelate ol this Commanderv. the Kev. ir Uco. White. All fraler of St. Kltno Cominand ry are kindly requested to unite with us on this occasion. By order MARCUtt JONES, K.C. Attest: T. J. Bakphub, Recorder. TelheOm-ri'aail Nrmbsra ef firuihla uwa ao. -7 t.mn '0U are respectfully rcqnostcd to meet at your Lodire-room this ISl'DAY) eveninv. at8 o clock. All applicants, as charter luenihers. must present themselves fur initiation, or he de barred from said priviiecc. By order of the Lodge. 11. . SM 1 i ll. Secretary. We are rnabletl to announce that our establishment is now ruunins; the same as it was before Uie lire, w hich occurred the evening of t he Nth inst. For the many kiinl ex pressions over our misfortune we are grateful. We are now in a position to turn out all orders promptly and in first-class style. . We are also glad to st ate that we are LEASED the A YKESHL0CK, 176 SECOND STREET, one of the largest and most substantial build ups iu Memphis, nnd will more our Stock and Machinery at an early day. Our facilities will be largely increased, and -we assure ali that from this time forward no effort or .money will be spared to make nr establishment one of the most complete of its Liud in the country. Your orders are respectfully so icited for Trinting, Blank Iooks and IJlhogra piling. W. H BXTKS.l S C.TQOF&CO, B. C. TOOK. J Dividend Notice. "KRCANTILK BANK OF MEMPHIS. 1 aL .MKurHia. Tksk.. July !. 1S.14. 1 tr At the regular muathty meetins of the Hoard ul Directors ol tbis liank, IH'ia tnis any. ae1lll Annuil Cnsli Dividend of l-'MelSl lr nt. as deelnred out of the net 'famines of tho past ix months, payable on lnn:tnd V. II. K'lB fi, l-nspmr- Chancery Salo at McMinurillr, 1 pnu., of " Kivcr Cliff," the Homestead or tlie late 0(orge L. Lewis. Mrs. M. 0. Lewi and others T. F. P. Grac-y ana otners. N oheiliene to Uocrce of the Chancery Ccnrt, at McMinnt illo, Tenn.. rendered at its May term, 1SS4, in the almre-stylcd cause, 1 wi I ttll, at tho coarthoose door, in MeMinnvitle, Teua., On Monday, Neplember i. ia-4. the homestead of the late Georpe 1- Lf-wi. nrar Mi'Minnville. warrea eounty. in l Dcautiriilly improved proierty consibU of 4 scre, mrr. or less, of woodland and lawn, with a lurvo two anu-a-hatf-story dwtllina; or It rooms, tails, ci leries, etc. The house is supplied with water works, bath-rc ms, tc. The grounds eoinutand fine views of M'iMinnTille.trirer and moun'ains, with walks, drives, summer houses, fnuntatnl nnd springs. The Barren Fork river run, imme diately in front of the property, iu which fiahina and boatinr. ia admirable. This i splendid property for a summer borne. 1 win aiso sen at same time anu piace a inrm oi I'm vrns. more or lues, about ouo uiilo south of Kiver Cliff, upon which is a modern style coltufr. of six rooms and a good barn. Tho farm is well scription will he itivon nu duy of sa'e. watered and lies well. A more narticular. de aud two years credit, with interest; notts and approved security required, and Ten retained. This July 17, m. J. C. C1LKS, . Terms ol aula One null cdsb: balanee on one u Vlerk aud Master. DUGRQ'S AiiimiiY ami. ttn rrincii-rf 1nTi(cnt.'trf' Meat, in ai-ipntinralry fonnnlatetl witU uietiU-Hl n-iiipli, irivtnjr it won dorfully itin)iil.itii)r int-riiii; invirmnitiuir tlie itsl forrfts without futiiniiiiir tlie ditf-ttv-eorKaiiiL In Train,YitLixw an J M airial, re-.mr.lt iiu VaJoattrt, ftiviitr irtrnnirUi t 4-v-n-:rir thwi iitNlitr-lriiitdiMr-watw. Htvhly nvnntntUtii hy Iffiilinv I'tiy Kiciaiittof l'tri-tm ttniic for tViivalt-MitaiaQ-J WV-at V nnninilBo lur iuiur 'liwrwrt. K. Vmrnurrn ' mmU, IS. Y K L1 I1V A1X iiKOOOlHTa. FIBRE MANUFACTURING CO. or sew toik. ORrtANIZSO under the laws of the Stale of New York. March M. list. kiiihI suirk, a,lll.IHHI aiMMi snN, RIWI fSCII. OKKlt'KIt -i l,ee K. fShryork. President: E. A Go.lil;ird. Se retnrv: John W. Anderson. Trcas'r. IHIAIU) OK IiIKKOTORS l.ee 11. Bbryork. J, K. Hciiticld. John W. Anderson, L. J. Veiasqiies, ii. W. lilnir, lloary lirudstroet, G. John Ellis, K. A. (loddnid. ntfice- of the t.Vmpnny in New York, 1M I hHllibrr, Nlr-t. mum. Funeral Directors, 320 MAW STKEET, MEMl'UXN. BURIAL ROPES and Crffln Hardware. Orders by Teles-rapb promntl, ailed, and Cases skip- Calvary Cemetery ltoiids. TM!R ftiurteenth semi-annual Interest on Cal L ritry Cemetery bonds, falling due July 1. 1KH4 will be paid on presentation of coupoul at tha isanic ot lyommerce. JOHN l.OAOl K. Pe-relsTT an d Treasurer. MEAT CONSUMERS I 9TII0TE1.S, RrSTAtRASTS AND BOARD iUKhoue-keepers can now buy Kl&HAAt'lTY MKATN at the Jorr CwlU 8l.rge'iu pany'st 'oolisi; lltiu-ir, bctwoen the hours o 3 and 11 o'clock a.m. aa 1 S and 9 o'clock p.m. Ppceiitl nt.nt.'? tmi.l to eonntry orders. ANN & CO itni,tn. i. I. VCi.Sm. ., AND wiiKi.i.o a. Jr. . No,4,K. ft mbl at Anylam'r ilina" tha fun-sntl' s tern THE IBUCK-THORBI - THE BEST BAItBTD FEWCE IN THE WORLD. THE BUOK-THORN FENOINQ IsrorSuloby tlieUUNm.E, TO?? ot-AlVL0AI, by ' Wo 6d riiflOliveF ' Carriage and Hardware Company. Onice and Salesrooms, 175-177-179 Main SL; Factory, 176-178-180 Front. MEMPHIS TENXENNKK, Who will be pleased to show it, or will aend Illustrated DeacriptiT Cireolar to all appUeaaU. XAMIFACTI RFRS OF AM) DEALERS IN Carriages, Baggios, Wagons, Saddlery, Harneu and Gen ' eral Hardware. C-arGenaral Agents for the Tennessee Farm Wacons." TUMIP SEED ! 1 UHtiK A SMALL QI'A?TIT1E8. R. G. Craig" & Co. C51 Main Street. eraiiliE mo. WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS, TENN. FJtKSlI-RECEIPTS! NEW SEASONABLE G00DS3 2(M f miost ltooK?M ( baicc NnitHlCurrHl HamR. 2. Tlrroe. FrHiK-lst tthillakrr V fon'm llama,. IM )to- .inclalr llreakfA.t Jtucou. , SO Itoxt-M Vosrel ItrcnkfitHt IIaooiI. 50 lloxest felKinniid FriltKli IlrtpakAtat Baeaa. ' . IO Tlrc-M Migar-rtirad lrird Hr. 20 itorf-n Suexr-f Hi-4-d Mmokrd lief TUKa. tsO TlTs Uolin-l I .lard. . lOOO I'hIIh ami Vamtm lielincd T.rd-lii Ttaa. IOO IlHirsUHrrel ttehnmnker Oat Heal. ' j Miwr llalfutarrclM anil HUn l5w Uaketrt. ' : Hew t:reum ( lieexo, Uutler, by Kxprr Uailr. - . , Owr Ohm Wake Uan nulotrl l'ure-KTIH VAJfUY.' Ih re SiiRiir Kj rnpw, Cotl(, NiiKarM, Ets lOOQ BAS. T4EMOiyw.An Repacked Before Shipment THE SIIOIS STOKE OTIIE SOUTIH7EOT ZELLNER&CO. Leaders in Fine Boots 300MA1N KTIIEET, t'arnr Alloy, 4Mnl Prnbo-l 1VII, M srdara frm Abroad Proiur., y Kavfi Mfnnjl n.n.a I.... i.l- ..... I . rood oonduion. ar-L'BIikloanes una frle-vl.lfct will n Snt Free appll rallnti.t. WHOLESALE k Iota, Of" (loo AND GENTLEMEN'S FHEH1SHE1G GOOD! Nos. 328-328 M-aln Street Memphia. Tenn. WK ARK IN IAT1jY KECEIVT or DRSIKABLK RHRINO AND NDIMCI OOM, WHICH we offer to th iriulfl tit Kin tim inr,St favnrahlA tnrma. Our nrinM will ruim nara fMVnrm.KI with tV ra of ntiT tntrkot ,r t'.-r ititft Stfit-rt. Spet'iwt indiK TIIOS L. RISK. I'resident. n. C. 1I0S MANUFACTURING CO. GALVANIZED IRON WORK, T1-VIU0N AND Iron BVik-ps, Metal 8kliKhls. TKLCPH NK lio. MOI. , 436 and 438 Main St., and 2. and 23 Mulberry St, Remphis. IUHf.lTOHS V.M..I,P., Jnmnsl.ee, Jr. n.O.Warlnner. H. P. Orarm. Thee. L. Risk. PLANTERS RANGE 00rWI7 oi k r: iv iisMx.s nt u.iitj, u maji, mi;mi-iii U.T. I'tlRHR, Pre' J NO. OVI RI UJt. J.M TlrcPrnt. . 1. MAINE, sWrofasry. DiriaoTons. S. II .BROOKS. ofProoks. Nocly A Co. 1 R. C'orriN. of Pillard A Coffii. JOHN OVr.KTo.N, Ju., Capitalist. tatr All kiud. of roneKy Insereil BnMlal twuinry 10 re, at reasonahlo rates, llstlf a IIHl4r. A Home Company, wi I . - uunmom kt m mot-1 IIU' - l J. A. HUM. U. J.T, p-- RTsLLrthni slum f . tiill L i.XCJ ,1 . a " . . M al J. T. FARGASON & CO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, 369 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn. Cotton oontirned to uj U1 haveour earelul attention. V. c-vrry at all limae a well-seleatj4 Itoeka Stap'.a and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Llqucrs, Tobacco and Cigart, mmmnm.tmmmw-nmMi- L 1 biArti rA--Ti kku or the klkmkateb Alabama Lime. AMl Irettfrr '., 1'liu.ler. Ilalr, t lilniarjJ Iam, No. 8dS3 3rJxrTi Htreet BROWNE, THE ELUtlBCn, Memphis. Tonn. 11 , & Shoes KMPHIH, Jill - amfntu toCimh tiwyerw. KIN'S, Keoretiry. QK0. I. KKLLCM, Sup'U Metal anil WS6 HLATE ROOFING li. T. ruHTKlt. nt 1'orUr ft Maera. aUsjation also rrivea to taurine Awflllnca Lomiiienceu business lu IMtT. LOKSKS fAIU. 4 r-iij'vjkyiii;r imlronnru. mm tdlu TORTIC. The grcaloM of all remedies, fll:ll I Iltl. 'lll-. fVif nil lnlniA ai..iesi - w ..' a va A Ullllff"" miTf diseases and (leneral De- ulllty, and the only remedy beiielldal in Malarial - "ilitfl uiseases oi ine &)MM Throat and Lnnjrs it has no 1 I .! il .... I 1 4 .I.il ... 1 1 1 I ONE DOLLAR PER QUART BOTTLE. Trade supplied at rt'aMOaaUIa di.-woaut bf T. J. DUFFY k COn Mempliia, Teun. XunnraclHi-prii and 1'roprlrUrn, u. inst noi l' ro.. New York aid Ckarlcaton. HFmm!m C. HK1N. R. A. VAKKKK. K. L. WUUOnUal CD Fir Mrlk, 4'Uy, Ncnwr r lH--aJatu-ra, Il irt,r-Jn.Vlnk Ibilon'a.xslalns. Tt 3VIof-7-oc3.!