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MElMTIllS, TENN., FRIDAY, JUL.Y 10, 1SS0.
VOL. XL. VI NO. 103
THE MTIOM CAPITAL.
THE CONFERENCE OF SOUTHERN
Zach Taylor at tite White House
The Indian Tradersliip Io
Tesiiffatlon. iBPKCIAli TO TBI 4FFKAL.I
Washington, D. C, July 15 Tha
conference o! tho nilway offic'alB is m
eession tonight. The rsport of the
Commipsior.er, Mr. Virgil Powere, will
bs acted upon at the cession tonight
and there is no doubt ot ;ti adoption
The leport, after giving an exhaustive
review of the different rate conven
tions held in tha past tea yea's, men
tions the lecei.t lormatton of an or
ganizatitn in direct vio'ation wiih the
agreement ol the ESiociation, wbicn
organization is known 88 the Asso
ciated Riada tf Kentucky, Tennessee
and Alabama, and which has pro
ceeded ti make la'.e tariff.". There
should be hut one committee to make
rates and trnfla. There should be but
one committee tj make ra'es and
classifications for the roads south of
the I'o'omec. The kck of con
fidence between the roads is
quoted as one of the causes
oi the prent dfmaralizition. It
is cr.ei thtt the roads adhere
mora strictly to their agreements and
compel their subord na es to observe
them. The association will probably
close its labois tbis evening, but many
of the membeis will remain in the
city for some days yet, fs there rj to
be tee'al mteticgs of Kite and Tariff
The appointment of William 0.
Myers, of Tennef see, as a second lieu
tenant in the Revenue Marine service
was accomplished in a singular way.
Myers is at prt sent a machinist in the
Government Printing Office, where he
has been for some years. He lives in
Congressman McMillins's district
whose suppoit he secured. He passed
number seven in a c'asi of thirty-six
who applied for admission to the ear
vice some time ago. There were than
four vacancies, which wete filled by
the appointment of the highest
four on the list. Subsequently
two more vacancies occurred, one of
thfse was filled by Cadtt Higginr, of
Baltimore, who had been If g;sa'.ed out
of the navy by the act of August 5,
18S2, but was at-er ward restored to the
navy by decision of the Supreme
Court, which gave him his rank as sec
ond asais'ant engineer, with pay for
the time he wss out of service. This
caused a vacancy in the Revenue Ma
rine Serv.'ce, which hae just been filled
by the appointment of Mr. Myers. He
iasaid ti be a very competent young
engineer, and well quahfisd for the
position he hrs finally secured after
ZiCH TAYLOR AT THE WHITE HOUSE
When the name of Zichiry Taylor
and wile spared on a card to the
President this morning there was con
siderable speculation as t? whether or
' not the owner was a con of the foimer
occupant of the White Heusa. This
wai set at rest, however, when Mr.
Taytofappeared and" was granted an
audience as member of Congress from
the Memphis district.
SOUTHERN POSTAL ORDERS.
Fourth Class Postmasters Commis-1
sioned Joseph 0. Coleman, Noblin.
Ala, ; Albert L. Baker, White Rock,
New Offices MUIa 0. Young,
Youn, Marion Cfiunty, Ala.; Munsy
Kogeis, Rindolph, Bebsstian county,
Poetoffice Discontinued Loui9,
Mississippi caanty, Aik. ; mail to Mc
Gavock. Star Service Established Alabama:
Gadsden to Hebron, by Buford, Mark
to a and Peak's Hill to Hebron, eight
een miles and back j thres times a
week by a schedule of departures and
arrivals satisfactory to the department
oi not exceedirg six houts running
time each way; one year from Au
Representative Beach Dying.
Washwoton, July 15. Speaker
Carlisle today received dispatch
from Cornwall, N. Y., stating that
Representative Lewis Beach was
Sammartly niatataasd for Dlaered.
I table aoadaet.
Washington, July 15. Acting Sec
retary Faircbild today summarily
dismissed a chief of division and two
clerks in his office for disreputable
conduct in connection with examina
tions for promotion. It seems that
the chief cf division bad been in
structed ta prepare eximination pa
pers for promotion in his office and
after doing sisurreptitionsly furnished
copies of the questions to two of the
clerks under him. This fact was
brought to the attention of the head of
the office, who made inquiry, and
npon the denial of tbe accu'ed parties
of the troth of the charges reported
them to tbe Acting Secretary as per
sons unworthy to bold a position un
der government. A h'gh official of the
Treasury Department states that he is
convinced that this practice has been
long in vogue and that the authorities
are determined to pat a stop to it as far
as possible. '
The Indian Trndwrahfp Investiga
tion. Washington, Joly 15. Litt'e of
importance developed in the investi
gation of the Indian tradership matter
by Senator Piatt's special committee
this evenirg, owing to the early hour
at which the Senate convened. C. A.
Cleveland, lata Indian agent at Anan
darko, Ind. T., who the day beforn
yesterday told the stcry of the alleged
attempt cf & nator Jackson's brotber
to secure apurtcerahip in his (Cleve
land's) firm without putting in any
capital or anything else but his li
cense, cress examine! by Senator
Blackburn, developed a case of
extraordinary defective memory.
Senator Blackburn's quest'ons indi
cated that Cleveland had been
committed by two s:nior part
nera of his firm to an
agreement with another Indian
trader named Reynolds not to con
tinue lo trade or again enter into trade
at Anandarko, Reynolds, having pnr-
hsed the stock and good will of the
concern. The questions also indicated
tbat Commis'ioner Atkirs took no
action upon tbe complaint tf Cleve
land with regard to Jackon's attempt
to enter into partnership because of
the fact thfct Cleveland at the
time was in correspondence with
Jackson about the partnership ruatt r.
Cleveland could not ttate positively
what correspondence he had had with
Jackson, or what occurred at his inter
views with the Commitsioner cf In
dian Affairs, and Mr, Blackburn, after
trying for nearly three-quarters of an
hour to Bfcnra a s'atemai.t in regard
to my single feature of the esse, gave
up tho.att' rtip
RjbeitPSHanter, '.Cleveland's a'
turey, waiTv.rn and p'odncod a
letter'(asa ctdeland to himBelf, atat
irg, among ether thii r, tbat the
Co nm'83 oner of Iudian Affairs, "got
his foot in ft, and it CO' Id be proved
he put cut trade's to fav r bis fii- nds
nnrl ra'a'.ivef. Tuere cat be another
lielkrap fiasco over t !s rafter,"
Cleveland wrote. Ileal js'atcd that
tho Indian tradrrs writ forming a
union to protect their rif i's, which he
had not yet joinel, tho -h be might
befcrjed to do s j. T. a committee
Approved by the 1'realdeat.
Washington, July 1 .The joint
resolu ion provhiirg to- npwar ly for
the expenses of the gov rument uutil
July aist, was tubrautf. ta the Presi
dent tbis eftirnoon and at ence ap
proved. ('oadliioa or the 'I reaaurjr.
Washington, July 1 . Statements
prepared at the Troain y Department
show the receipts of t, it government
so far this month to be decidedly less
tban the expenditures, and unless an
improvtment occurs be ore tha end of
i he month the public cebt statement
to be ieiued August let will show
little if any decrease, 'aymenis have
bean unusually heavy, over f 10, 000,
0.0 ha vie g been paid u it this week on
Washington. July 15. The Cabi
net, at its meeting today, discussed
the action ot tbe liouw yesterday in
psssing the resolution providing" fur
the use of the Treasury surplin in ex
cess of $100,0011,000 io redemption of
United Kites bjuls aid the prospects
of the resolution ia the 8ena;e. An
other question tonfideied was in le
gard to' the advisability of transferring
iheApxthe Indians from Arzjnat
Labor )L gialalloa la the Iloaae.
Washikqton, Julv 15. At the
evening session the Houe passed the
Icllowing bills from tbe Committse
on Labjr: To prevent employment
of convict labor and alien laoor upon
public boildiogi orotherpuhlic works ;
amending the act to prohibit impor
tation or immigration of foreigner
and aliens under ontract or agree
ment to perform labor in the United
State.', and to protect me
chanics, laborers nd servants
in tin D strict of Columbia
in their wag s, Senate bill providing
f ir the payment per diem ot govern
ment employes for Decoration Day and
Fourth (J July, directing tbe Commis
sioner Trf Labor to make an investiga
tion in regard to convi;t labor inthe
United States. The b'll extending the
provisions of tbe eight hour law to let
ter can ie: s gave rise to some opposi
tion, and pending action the House at
11 o'clock adj iumed.
LITTLE SOCK, ASK.
The Steamer Feerleia Sank Above
ISflCUL TO TBI APPCAI..1
Little Rock. Abk., July 15. The
Arkansas xiver .steamer Peerless, ply
ing between this city and Pice Biuff,
struck a snsg above Plum bayou this
evening and sunk in ten feet of water.
Tbe boat wi 1 be a total lots. Capt
T, G. Erashear was in command, and
informs yonr correspondent thrt most
of the freight was saved and that he
has chartered tbe steamer Mill Boy
for the purpose of endeavoring to save
the machinery of the unfortunate
The Board of Directors oi the Little
Rock Board of Trade this afternoon
met and adop'ed plans for their new
building, accepting those submitted
by Harding & Ba ley, local architects.
Specifications were submitted by all
the architect! in the city, and the
board experienced considerable trou
ble in making a selection. The build
ing, which is to be located on the
s utheast corner of Scott and Second
Streats, is to be three stories high with
a basement etO'V, making it virtually
a four s'ory building. It will have a
front of 60 feet on Scott street,
ornamented with a tower and
runs back 140 feet, with side entrance
on Second st-eet. The basement and
fi st floor are to be used for mercantile
purposes, and there will be rooms for
offices, etc., on the second and third
U .ore. On tbe second flo.ir, in the
east end, will be a large ball, 40x50
feet, to be used by the Board of
Trade in holding its meetings and for
other public occasions. The ceiling of
tbis ball extends to the roof and above
the auditorium will be a gallery.
There is also place in the tower that
may be used as a s!gnal service office
and will be admirably suited to that
Working- Together Barmonlooalr.
PmsBtjBG, Pa., July 15. In a letter
tD tbe oflicia's of tbe Amalgamated As
sertion of tbe Iron and fctt el Work
ers Henry Lee, vice president of the
Philadelphia District, denies the re
port that tbe places of the striking
iron workers were being filled by mem
bers of tbe Knights of Labor. Mr. Lee
says the two O'gm'zatiuns are working
harmoniously, and that tha members
ot te Jixecutive Board ci tne Jnignts
of Labor have pledged themselves to
support the Amalgamated Association
in its strike.
CoDB-reaslonal Ddock at Evana
vllle. - Evansvillk, Ind., July 15 In the
Democratic Congressional Convention
at Booneville, today, there is a dead
lock between. Menaies and McCul
lnngh. The csnvcntlon tried all the
afternoon to organ zu. .bacn taction
bas a chairman, but neither were
recrgtvzed. There is a hard contest
over tee nnit ru e. it tnia tvanaer
burg) county votes for Menzies he will
be Dominated; if not, McCuduugh will
be. There is great excitement and
ill feeling. The town is foil of people.
The Chlcaao Anarehlat Trial.
Chicago, III., July 15. The jury to
try the eight anarchies cha'ged with
the hay market massacre was finally
iropanneled today. Tbe twelfih man,
H. T. Saoford, was accepted by the de
fense before the noon adjournment.
Whpn court resumed at 2 o'clock p m.
the State Attorney General announced
that so far as the t-'tate was concerned
the jury might be sworn in, and this
was done. The trial was then pro
ceeded with. Tomorrow examination
of witnesses will begin.
Fob the indefinite aches end pains
of nervous patterns Tongaline is su
perior to any other anodvne. For
nervous headache or muscular rheu
matism it is almost a pom' tic.
PARK RITCHIE, M I.,
tit. I'.ul, Minn.
SIR. GLADSTONE'S REPLY
TO THE DUKE OF WESTMIX
STiiR'S KECESr LETTER.
"United Ireland'' on the Political
Situation The Scheme for a
London, July 15. Tho Standard
says that considering the relative
et'engt-i of tie parties, tho Marquis
of Salisbury is tbe netural bend of ihe
new government. It adds: "All Con
servatives who prize the triumph
which the Conserv.itivs and tbe Lib
eral Unionists won togMher, will wish
to see the Marque of Uaitngtona
prominent meinbirofthe new gov
ernment, and will also dsire to have
the Unionists fairly and fully rep e
cented. Unless the Marquis of Salis
bury adduces a conclusive lensm
against this pclicy, we ae tare it is
the one the country will bet under
stand. It will commend itself to tbe
common seme of the electots. It
Lord Hattingtou's fol.owers are will
ing, we are perfectly buio that there
will be no insuperable difficulties in
the way of such an amicable arrange
ment." TORY GAINS.
Tbe net gain made by the Tot its
and Unionists combined in tne elec
tions so far amounts to (oity tive Beats
over and above their holdings in the
last House of Commons.
GLADSTONE TO THE DCKE OF WIStMIN.
Mr. Gladstone has writtsn a rejoin
der to the Duke of Westminster's re
ply to tne Premiers charge that His
Grace struck a blow at the aristocracy
by deserting Liberalism and aid
ing the election of a Tory candidate in
his District of Chester by the usa of
money and carriages. Gladstone
twiis the Duke with working for
the Toiies harder than be ever
worked for the Liberals, and suggests
that in doing so be is striking a simi
lar blor to tbe aristocracy which he
gave it when he helped defeat the
leferm bill in 1866. Mr. Gladstone
ssys he does not challenge the pro
priety of the Duke's action, but that
ne is grieved over it. "It was an R'-t
against ptt iotisoo," continues Mr.
Gladstone, and adds: "To disunite
tbe classes and to impair the Btrengtti
of tbe Empire are acts as grave aa to
strike a blow' at the aiiatocracy which
you did when ia 1806 you took a
chief psrt in destroying tbe reform
bill and in ons ing the government.
Is it cot possible that what you then
did you may be doing cow? In my
eyes the gravity of the present issue
involves the honor of the Empire.
The civilizid world stamped England's
Irish policy with discredit aud dis
grace. The government sorght to
cancel the past, on which you shut
ycur eyes, and meet present and fut
ure demands, thinking England's
donor should be cleared. I Urnsnt
this should be prevented."
THE RESULT THUS FAR.
Tbe Tories elected 312 candidates,
Unionists 75, Gladstonians 185, Par
nellitesol. Total vote thus far: Con
servatives and Unionists, 1,455,956;
offered the Liberal Unionsts four sea's
in the Cabinet and an equal ratio of
tbe lesser offices. He will permit
Lord Hartington to be leader in the.
House of Commons and se'ect what
officers he chooses, except the Premier
lord baiisburv Droooiies to again unite
tbe ptemi'jrship with the office of For
eign Secretary. The Conservative
newspapers predict tbat tue nrst ngnt
will arise over obstructive tactics
by the Gladstonians and Parnellites.
Ministerial circles deny the charge
and affirm tbat Gladstone is desirous
of exending the speaker's powers of
tbe cloture. Parnell iB diep Med to fol
low tbe lead of Gladstone, but if Lo-d
Salisbury proposes coercion every
means will be resorted to to protect the
Hulled Ireland " Ihe Ilrltlah
Dublin, July 15 United Ireland
comments on toe British po'i ical sit
uation in Bomewhat raging style.
Among other things it says: "The
tricksters, soreheads and mon'e
banks, who are about to assume office
in the present tremendous crisis in
English history, have in common but
one dominating impulse to grab at
tbe emoluments of power. This is,
indeed, a grotesque sacrifice. It is as
if a nscal imbued himself in the vest
men's of a priest for the purpose of rob
bing the altar." In aootl er paragraph
tbe paper says: "Gladstone's oppo
nents deliberately concerted tbe Bel
fait tragedies for political purposes.
MuroVr, particular or wholesale, will
not stop them any more than it did
Ireland's enemies heretofore. Tbe
Marquis of Saliebury, Joseph Cham
berlain and Lord Randolph Churchill
were as unscrupulous 88 Pitt, Clare
and Cestlereagh, but they are punier
itandarda of the times, and Lord Hart
ington siaas infamous as those of Lord
Corn w t'lis or Gen. Ross. Tbe Belfast
Orane men bad been selected to g a 1
tbe lii ;h people into violence in order
to sec. re a pretext for coercion with a
view t stifle Ireland's demand until
Gia'is'one shall be de-'d."
Copies of a telegram from Sexton
addrnsed to the Nationalists of Bel
fast have been placarded throughout
that city. Ia it Sexton says the
Nationalists have hitherto ea-nert the
gratitude of the country by their ad
mirable self control despite deliberate
provocations, and he appeals to them
to continue in this wise roame, ami
remi n as much as rossihle witbin
doon , and especially at nightfall.
Vnted Ireland suggests clapping
even Ulster magistrate in jail and let
ting the soldiers d al with the riotous
Stormy Hcene In the Freach Cham
ber. Pakih, July 15. The txpu'sion of
the Due d'Aumale was lbs causa of an
exciting scene in the Senate today.
M. Cnenelong said the Duke's letter
to Tres dent Grevy in nowise justified
his expulsion, and the Government
violated its principle.
Gen. ltoulaoger, Ministor of War,
replied that he would not tolerate the
insolent let'erof tbe Dake.
An uproar ensued. Baron Lareinty
shouted tbat the expulsion cf the
Duke was an act of cowardice.
Gen. B mlangtr declared he would
not permit each an exprvsiion to be
applied to tbe Mickterof War, aud
quitted tbe tribune.
M. Sarrien stated that the Dnc d'
inmii e's letter had been written with
the consent of the Cumte de Paris, and
that tho whole affair was a veritable
Gen. Boulanger declared tbat be
would fulfill bis duty as a republican
M. Lireinty said be regretted that
si distinguished aso'dier should insult
The order of the day then passed by
a vote of 157 to 78, approving the con
duct of the goverumut and express
ing confidence in its vigilnnco.
BICYCLERS AT COUHHUS.
Till: I'lRAT KAY OF TUKTUl'K
ftAMEKT A I'iTKhS.
Ihe HtnleChanilon)ihl Knre Uood
Itnelna at t'lilrnito aud Mon
laraoUL to tbi arniL. I
C"Lt'Mm-B, Ga., July 15. There was
a targe attendance at the bicycle races
today and th enthusiasm wasat fever
nest, rjntuiuuy win oe tne oig cay,
with tha ten nii'e Georgia State cham
pionship. Thefullowirg wastbep-o-gramme
t day :
Pint Jlare.QnB mile, novice, three
starters. Won by C. II. Dillingham
in : :2o.
Nironri Race One-half mile, snfetv.
Won by R. H.Polk in 2:21.
J7n'nf Jlace. Five miles, Htn'e cham
piorship. Won by T. L. Ingram in
Fourth Eaee. Oae-balf mile, boys
Won by G. II. Mason.
Filth llaee.Ona mile, handicap.
Wrn by C. H. Dillingham in 2:44.
Sixth Race Two hundred and fi'tv
yards, handicap. Wrn by C. W.
Stone fnm Scratch ia 2 :5t J.
Seventh A'nc;. One-half mile, open.
Won by J A Lewis in 1 :20.
Eighth Race. One-balf mile, handi
cap. Won by J. A. Lewis from
Scratch in 1 :20.
AmA Race. One-quarter cf a mile,
b'cyclo, opea. Won by P. W. Stone
CnicAGO, III , J uly n. Firtt Rue?.
Oae mile. Wyandotte Chief, Bob
Kerr, Uajood, Grace Lse, Mamie Hunt,
Hatt. o, Solid Silver,' Latitte, Kenne
bec, Bob Fisher and Governor Bate.
Bob Fisher to-jk a ler.d ofalergth,
Lfltte taking second place. There
was no change to the end, Bob Fisher
winning easily by two lengths; La
fitt9 second, Solid Silver tliird. Time
1 :44 Matuals paid 15 80.
Second Race. Five-eighths of a mile.
Allegheny, Ban Bowman, Ira E. Bride,
F.onmoie, Kfllj Hanty, Daiy, Ja
iob n, Black Pansy, Ovid, Withrow,
Little Hopes, raion( Volcano, Break
down. Da sy and Ovid in front, made
the running f ..r three eighths of a mile.
In the homestretch II m Bowman and
Jacobin got ttirough the c owd, and,
coming vry test, Ban Bowman won
by a length; Jacobin second, Withrow
a potr thir J. Time 1:03J. Mutuals
Third Race. Washington Park enp,
two milei and a qnantr. Volante,
Lucky B. Non-Etners: Modesty and
Lepanto. Volante and Lucky B.
walked over, Lucky B. finishing first.
E'tra Race. Mile and an eighth.
Buchanan, Ailie, Freeman, Modesty,
Hilarity. Freeman led the first
quarter, then Ailee went to tbe front.
At tbe half mile Buchanan and Mod
esty led even, clobely followed by
Aiiee. On the lower turn Modesty
was beat. There was a very close
r ice home between Ailee and Bucha
nan, Alice won by ahead ; Buchanan
Beeond, Modesty a very po r third,
lime 1 M. Mutuals paid 27 0.
Fourth Raet,-One mile. Biddy Biwl
ing, Handy Andy, Warrenton, Fred
Wooly, Unique. Unique led for
three-quaitere of a mile, with thi field
bunched. On the lower turn Warren
ton moved up, tJok the lead in the
Stretch and wo l easily by three leng'bs ;
liaudy Andy second, Biddy Bowling
a very bad third. Time 1:43J. Mu
tuals paid $13 10.
Fifth Race. Hurdle, mile and a half.
Will Davis, Guy, itrowe Mr.Oullocb,
Ctinnticleer, Wollingt'in. They ran
ia very c ote order, ech in turn shov
ing a head in front. When they crossed
tha last hurdle George McCullough
went into the laad. He was not
headed, and won after a close finish
by a head; Will Divis second, Guy
poir third. Tims 2:52. Mutua's
paid $17 70.
Monmouth Park Knee.
Monmouth Park, N. J., July 15.
Fit it Race. Handii ap for all ages, one
mile and one-sixteenth. Dry Mono
pole won by two lengths; Anarchy
second, Thackeray third. Time 1 :50.
Sfowifj Race. Tyro stakes, for two
vear olds, three-quartets of a mile.
Tremont won by eight len,tbs; ,Ra
veller second, a neck in front of Queen
Eiisnbetb third. Time 1:19).
Third Race Barnegat stakes for
three year olds, one mile and half.
Tne Bard wen by three lengths;
Quito second, Win fred third. Time
Fourth Race. Swesps'akes, one
mile and ttiroisixtnentbs. Favor won
by a length ; Elizabeth second, Heart's
Ease third. Time-2:1.'J.
Fifth Race. Selliog race, one mile
and one sixteenth, Letritia won by
four lengths ; Phil Lewis second, Whiz
gig third. Time--l:57J.
Sixth Race Steeple chae over short
course. Col. Wats m won by one and
a half lengths; Joe Shelby second,
Charley Epps third. Time 3:23.
John Month Dying.
New York, July 15. The Jfatf onri
E:prm says: John Roacb, the noted
shipbuilder, is dying; that be lias
been confined to his bed three weeks
with a complication of diseases, bnt
that his chief trouble was his mind,
and that be constantly talks of his
Hew Ark anna Railroad.
Little Rock, Abe., July 16. In
structions arrived from tbe company's
office at Bofton to proceed with tbe
survey of tbe K'nsias and Arkansas
Valley railway ex'ension through the
Indian Torritory. Several parties will
ba put in the field at once to ninke
surveys end loud the line ready for
Even If Yon Hnjr a Doaea
co i mon roroui plutrt which von eaa set
for a ton I at any of thtChaap John drag-gliti-you
hare rr.trelr thrown away your
mocay, for one Btnaon't Capcina Platter li
worth them all. The rtMon If thii: Bcn
loa't if tbe only porout pluter In the market
that it honestly and skillfully made and lol
entlfloally medicated. Other are no more
than nominal Imitations of Benion'i. They
irechenp ben one thor pormena none of the
inireilicntl which render llennon'e Tal lia
ble. The Utter ere prompt to act, pleas
ant to wear, and -nre in a few hours ail
menln which othr will not even rolieve.
Tbe imblic are enpria'l warned anin"t 10
eellfd "Capiicin,""Capriioum," "Capu
ein," or "Capeirine "planter, aa worthleei
articles Intended to deeeWe. Ark lor Den
eon's, and look for the "Three Heals" trade
mark and the word "Capcina" cut in the
ORIKSUABER Thursday. July U, 1HM,
at 8:15 a.m., at the residence of her nnnle,
John Cochran. No 'Mt Alabama street, M art
Aonkh Hkish Attsn, axed nine months. Lit
tle Kook (Ark ) papers please copy 1
Funeral will take place this (FRIDAY)
morning, at 9 o'clock, from above roii.lcnoe.
Friends are Invited to attend.
IIOUSTON-At his residence, in Uartman,
Johnson county. Ark., Ju'y IA 1H, Dr.
Iraac Bi'TI.kk UoraroN, in the fllty-fifth year
of his ace, son of the lata Dr. Tuth llout
ton. of I ii r ii . Mis.
DESOTO LOWIE NO. L-.W. F. Sc ft
A. M. Will meet in stated
communication this IKRIDAYJV ?f
evening, July tilth, at o'clock, for VXV
dispatch of hunlness. All M M.'s in' '
good standing are tratornnlly invited.
Jty order W. J. BHOWN, W.M.
Attest:u. it. roLi.mn. pitcrctary.
Buys the Choice of
100 Fine Trimmed Hats and Bonnet",
Worth from f 10 to 15 each.
We are determined to close out this stock,
and therotore Toilny.niMl Only T.itlwy,
oan jou obtain for ft.l twice or triple tbe
value AT UKKHIK'Sta
A ORE AT MANX
AT 75 RKTN,
mr TODAY AT KRKMKK'B.aer
Real Silk Gloves !
AT 49 CENTS-worlh fully 11.00,
TODAY ONLY AT HREHIR'N.
KRKMER'S CLOSE OUT THEIR
At One-llalf l'rlf.
Mikado & Striped Parasols
DR. R. L. LASKI,
FhyalclaB, Surf eon and Accoucher,
RBBIDBNCB AND OFFICE,
313 Main Street, NearVnloiie
Telephone No. 88.
UftKHiabln Uftmrxlr lor l.iTCVniiilaiuUnd ilii-naii
by adermiiffMl or Urtid oomJitiuuuf tli Liver. l)n
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alarm, HtiiuiiLatim. eio. It rf)RnHtcyM4Krwitli( )nir
n the hltMid, tlrrnit nmi ttie natMa illnfntioi
AK invAluahlb famii.t mkdkjink.
fhouaanclttof testlmonlnin prove Itn marM
1 ANI DHUUUIIIT WI1XTKI.L XtlU ITM HKI'IH A TM iM
HER BENT FKIEM1M
)R. J. BRADFIE ID'S f
This famoal remedy molt happily meets
the demand of the age for woman peculiar
and maltlfnrm affliction. It I a remedy
for WUMA8 ONLY, and for on SFKolAL
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oertaln dlaeaeed Condition of tne worn a
and propose to so oontrol the Menstrual
Funolion aa to regulate all the derange
ments and Irregularities of Woman'
OMTHLT MICKS EM.
It propletors claim for It no other medical
property) and to doubt tho fact that thli
meoioln doe positively possess Such eoa
eoatrellla ana regulating power I limply
to discredit the voluntary testimony of thou
sands ot living witnesses who are to-day
exulting in the restoration to ionnd health
la strictly a vegetable compound, and I the
product of medical science and practical ei
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It is the studied prescription of a learned
physician, whos apecialty was WOMAN,
and whose fame became enviable and bound
leas because ol hi wonderful suooess In the
treatment and cura of female complaints.
T1IK HKOIILATOK I the GRANDEST
KKMKDY known, and riohlr deserves it
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Because It control a class of functions tho
various derangement oi which causa mor
ill health than all other causes combined,
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it charming effect I Wosun, take to your
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r WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVEE
K OIL AND LIME. y
Q " " Jt
Met ib Urnnlna A rllrlo Thisrrat
Lopularity of "VTilbor' Compound ol Cod
iverOil and Lime" baa induced some un
principled ttcrson to attempt to palm off a
simple article of their own manufacture;
but any person who is suflnrln from Coughs.
Colds or Conanmpt'on, should be careful
whsre they purchase this article. Ihe re
sults of its use are its best recommendation,
and tbe prop-ietor has ample evidence on
file of its jrtt success in pulmonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of Lime possesses a
most marvelous hraling iower, as oombined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil bv Dr. Wilbor.
It is prescribed by trie medical faculty. Btld
by A. B. WiLioa, Choruist, Boston, and
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Room 1 (new) Cotton Lichange KuIIiIIiik. Telephone 685.
AfWETM. I ARNETsj.
North Hrlllah ami Heir-' Kqnttabl ef xhvlllo. . IS7 Ml
ranlllo (nearly) tS.VOOO.OOA si oa vtllvi of linivlll... IrVI.HttM.
Wtff-iirrr New York I.Kl.Wl l-lim-nta r llriiokly n I.VIa-
l utois ur tl)rnln l,Un,l rine Dopiirtmcnt) 4,wl,i3
Allirrlcna Nurrljr 'oniauy, Mahlnic Honda of Nureljelilp.
All classes of property Insured. Speclnl Attention givon to iusurlng Country Sterol.
New York Life Insurance Co.
NISTK NIS STACK NKOHI'R.
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33, J. SBMMBS &t OO.
Manufacturer of Alabama Limo,
AND DKALKU IN -
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III.I IO I.l'l(j.S, HOHFlkil.F ClFMKlwT,
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T1LF, FIKi; Li Y,
352 FRONT STREET
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 320 and 328 Main St., Memphli, Tenn.
"TJK ARB IN DAILY RKOKIPT OF JJKHIRADLB mvUIKH ARID
VV MOOOM, which we odor to the Trade uiKin the most favorable terras. Our price
will compare lavorably with those of any market in th United Htatai. We are Agent for
Teonesaee Manaiuctarloa; Co.g ThiUU, Drills, Meeting, Khlrtlng-, Eite
. x."mvnvrrTT o-ATjri.
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ASD IsKALEM IH
Doors, Sash, lillndn. Dressed Floorloir, Celllnfr, Weather-Bordlnf
t!yirera MliluKlen, Lath, Ftc
ejorOnr facllltle art unsurpassed by any sawmill in th Houth for 11 mg order proapUy.
flooring, Ceiling. Biding, Htep Lumber and Cypress Hhinglas a ipecialty i also, Framing
umber of all dimension. We make the Wholesale Business a ipeolal feature. Order
ioliclted and promptly Blled.
GEO. IlAVMIJLiI.lilt, AOCNT,
No. '124 Jefferaon Street McnUPhin. Tennensee.
I. It. GODWIN, Pres't. J. H. tiOODlUK, vleft-Prca't. C. H. RAINE, Mhl ff
Board ol Dlraotora,
J. H. flOODBAK. tf g. GODWIN.
V. B. TIIRt.ItT.
W. H. BRUCK.
?. M. NKLSON,
tnni u T nimPKR. U. K. COKKIN.
jb'HN akmThtSad, 6. bV brYan.' a. W. h whuw.
aa-A DoiMaltory f taa HUiii of Taaaeessiew. Traaaarta a uri-rnt aoaalauf
m.i.wi mm wtwrm WimIiI tli.sll W.IIt.
And Commission MorchantB
XoR.34anil HTndfNon Wtryft, him
W. A. GAGE
Tffo. 80O Front Ntreet. ; 5H7mr?iiw- ' -
ADLEE DEO. & GO.,261 Sf
LARGEST JIltEWElt-V IA Mimii ,A.
Jos, Schlitz Brewing Gompaev,
MEMPUIS BRANCH, m1l,:ZL!SMmVil'!t
S. ROESCH1.II. Agent. ;Xpplila, Tenn.
BalM la ltsa, 999,000 Bawla.....""'"
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