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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, lUOt.
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DEEP SILENCE REIGNED.
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Cheek, L. Beatrice Stringer, Gertrude
Mayberry, Carrie Richardson, liattie.
Pi Mniipn wnn Andrews. Fronie D.
As to the Outcome of ClarksvlUe't Mayberry,' John D. Blackwell, Bettie
naricr' Warreu, Willa Mai Turner, Messrs.
Having had both houses of the Geo. Harrison, J. Ewing Dobsen, T. A.
Legislature on its edges for a day and Ewing, W. H. Summers, Allen L.
the citizens of the city the next, was Whittaker, Guy Hampton, Clyde Lay,
the alternating fate of the charter j. Wymon Brady, J. M.. Foster, Guy
bill of Clarksville since the electoral Boadenhammer, Chas. Alexander, J.
mandates of the people for the abo- Wesley Maney, J. J. Lay, Jas. V.
litlon of the saloons. The Senate, led Moore, It. Clinton Eason, Wm. Bea
by its Clarksville member, saw only den, Ebon Hudson, J. Britton Sims,
from his point of view and the House Price Tyler, Sam E. Marshall, Eugene
of Representatives following in the Clayton, Lucian Morrow. Mrs. T. A.
wake of its Speaker, also from this Ewing and Miss John D. Blackwell
city, felt justly proud of what had presided at the frappe bowl. Mrs. Ea
originated within its memorable walla son was assisted in receiving by Mrs.
that unless one or the other legislative Eugene Clayton.
body withdraw from the balancing
scales, which has had this city as its BACK TO ATLANTA JAIL.
fulcrum, Clarksville would degenerate James Greason and John Stevens,
into a village of infinitesimal propor- white, who pleaded guilty to attempt-
tion. With no charter, there would ing to rob the Murfreessboro post of-
be neither Mayor nor council. The lice last fall and received a two-year
schools would likely be placed under sentence, will be transferred from the
control ' of the county. Public work Davidson County jail to the peniten-
on streets would ceaso, fire depart- tiary at Atlanta, Ga. The prisoners
uient ana pouceiuen given vacauuu, win ue lauen, 10 miuuiu, uu-uay uy
xnd city pass into the hands of a re- Deputy Marshals James Duggan and
ceiver. Thus runs the first lesson. John Montgomery.
The finale, however, ends in a com
promise in which the colored council
man will in the end lose out.
Within the next few days, the Home
nfirmary and Hospital, containing
twelve rooms, with two wards . and
ROCKEFELLER OPENS HIS
A dispatch from Boston, Mass., on
April 1G, says:
"Announcement was made to-day
GRAND LODGE K OK P.
0. C. J. P. CRAWFORD.
706 Bass Street.. Nashvtile. Tenn.
G. V. C. I. M. STEGALL.
C. J. H. UFRADE.
-REV. T J. TOWNSEND,
Box 148, Brownsville, Tenn.
J. M. ok E -B. P. JOHNSON.
S50 E. M.h Street. Chattanooga. Tenn.
G L J. M EASTERL1NO.
903 Georgia Ave., Chaltanoosa. Tenn.
1 K. R S. DU R W. ALLEN.
5 24-120 IS. "Jin Si... Chat'nnooga. Tnn.
G. M. A. JOHN SINGLETON.
(J. 1. G A. T. HILU
G M - -R R GEK
G. O (J. A. W GLFiAVES.
"! Att'y. J. THOMAS TURNER
r M R.--nU A. M TOWNSEND.
Webstpr St.. Nashville, Tnn.
ENDOWMENT BOARD: W. F. Rey
nolds, Pres., W. L. Ciiualer. Sec'y-.
B.'F. Johnson. Tresis., B J. Fernandli.
large operating room, vill be thrown that the American Baptist Missionary
open to the public. Under many in- Union has been assured by John D.
conveniences and vexations, the col- Rockefeller that this year he stands
ored physicians saw the necessity for ready to contribute $200,000 to the
,juch an institution and a beautiful needs of the union. , The first install-
ocation with all the sanitary require- ment of $125,000 is for the purpose of
r.cnts is the outcome. general missionary work, while ?75,-
Aid and assistance in the shape of u00 is to be used for building."
cash an dsupplies have been given by The colored Baptists hope that
Lhe druggists, merchants and citizens, some of the money will come to
and when the institution is completed, Southern fields to assist the work
.t will compare favorably with any in among them,
the state. Dr. R. T. Burt has been se-
.ected as physician-in-charge, with HON. JOHN BROOK HENDERSON,
with Drs. C. A. Kelly, L. T. Williams,
DAMON LODGE. NO 2. K. OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
ler of Fifth and Capitol avtnuus, the
ocoiid ami fourth V ednesdays of each
second nnd fourth Thursdays of each
J. W. BLAINE, C. C.
W L. CANSLER, K. of R. & 8.
t . fit
M. E. Coleman and E. D. Burns, of
Guthrie, Ky., as assistants. On spe
cial occasions 'Drs. Hall and Williams,
of Chicago, and Boyd and Wilson, of
Nashville, will operate as will Dr. C.
V. Roman, the specialist of Nashville.
Author of the Thirteenth Amendmer
to the Constitution, Entitling tr
Colored Race to Citizenship
Hon. J. B. Henderson, who if "u
of the most true and tried friend u.t
ill NGER LOPGFi NO
it Burrus Hail, corner ot
fiurti I ,Vr-.Iemore s reefs, second
.' in. nti. 'ays of each month.
,tti t rt. n'iRRUS. C. C
W A lAiNW'.S. il. of R. & S.
ENTIRELY NEW DESIGN No. 5.
FIVE OK SIX OCTAVE. SOLID OAK OB WALNUT.
A picture of beauty and chaste refinement unapproached heretofore by
any manufacturer. Massive frame work, highly ornamented with expen
sive hand and machine work of the highest order. An organ that will
prove an ornament in the most finely furnished parlor in the country.
CASH Made of the finest selected white oak or walnut, very heavy
and massive, securely framed, doweled, paneled, screwed and glued to
gether. Deep1 panels, handsome carvings of beautiful designs, elaborate
turnings, mouldings and fret work in key slip, large French plate mirror in
top, 13x13, large closed music pocket with hinged front and safety lamp
stands, hand rubbed and polished.
ACTION. In this case we can place actions B, C, D, E, F, G, or II,
all of them pipe toned, sweet and melodious.
vyfi; VAtiUjri I wnen sei up ior use mis urgaii, iu
tVANHOti L'.nG,".. NO. 8.
Met-tt at the t'ythlan I'mle, cop
is living Le, of Mftt and Capitol .venues, the
J V IKONS. C. C.
J. E. MILLER, K. oi V ano a.
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Thn Ferro Concrete ComDanv of colored race has to-day,
Cincinnati, Ohio, has completed one quietly in his splendid mai-sum -.1
of the most substantial buildings In th street and Florida avenue. I ho
the city for the American Snuff Co. Senator is a most genui and pleasant
All the concrete work was done by person to talk to. He like to con
1 a fhr. . -tt.Hn vprKP nn the nast histoj of the COUU
ni,.v,: ,.. v, t M.r. trv in which he took feLLb ail active lYKLUi LiUDOll., WU. 11,
..u-.j.- w .,rt Tho rioo tPi)nrt.--r ha.i to ca Mets at the Pythian Temple, cor
nest Ratcliffe, of Cincinnati, and Wiley several times befor, he would give of "'."J4 wnesdaVa SrUci
f Ma u him an audience and c.t.ta connected "t and third wednesaaya oi eatn
r, Tr,i i 11.. ..tUV. V,ia ii.mt 1 ' nwlllir tf HIH ni(l(l- luuuLU-
ur. ueo. riaw, one oi me leauuig - -"o - w t r icon n f!
surgeons or jnicago, 111., speni a iew cot, uo uvw. -
hours last week in the city with sourl bar in 184S and has practiced
friends. He was on his way to Bir- ever since he was elected to the Mis-
ii... i i.eirislatuie in and 185C.
miuftuttui, "'a. i
Miss Sadie Poindextcr left for Bir- ae was also a i .embe. o the Missou
J. B SMIT3 K ot H ft
mingham last Saturday.
Miss Emma J. Cockrill, of Nashville,
was in the city Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. M. C. Dunbar went to Nashville
on business last Monday.
Messrs. Williams and Collins left
for Belleville, 111., on Sunday.
Mrs. Dan Gordon came in from Ev
il Convention to determine the ques-
LIGHTFOOT LODGE, NO 17,
Meets at the Pythian Temple, corner
tion of secession In 1861 iS03 He was of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the flrt
U. S. Senator from Miiat-uri January, and third Mondays of earn month.
X 6 octaves, measures 8t inches high, 52 inches long and 24 inches deep. Net unsville last Sunday.
weight 325 lbs., gross weight (boxed) 450 lbs. When boxed for export the
five octave organ occupies 54 cubic feet of space and the six octave 56 cubic
EVERY ORGAN FULLY WARRANTED TEN YEARS.
National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. Chas. Radford, of Nashville,
spent Sunday with relatives.
Miss Sammie HawKins returned
returned from Nashville on Monday.
Mr. N. H. Harris went to Hopkins
ville last Thursday.
Mr. Richard Johnson spent Tuesday
in Erin, Tenn
1862, to March 4, 1809.
He was also special United States
Attorney for prosecution of the whis
key ring at St. Lorn; in 1875, presl
dent of the Republican National Con
v mtinn at Chicaeo. in 1884. and a
..eiLLei ot the Pan American Urn
ri-ess in 188S-90. elected by Congress
Amendment to the Constitution, abol
.Bhing slavery. 1 is a staunch
friend of the ci.oeu lace, as well as
ti .10 and patriotic citizen. He is
Msily approached, in spite of all the
JOHN P. PORTER. C. C.
A. L HADDOX, K. Of R. and
:JURITY L0DQ3, NO. 42, K. OF ?..
Meets at the .'ythlan Temple, coruei
ot Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
I, ;,; Thirteenth and fourth Tuesdays ot each month
OI me a uu tecum mil tv TTOvrn r n
W. ai. ALLEN, K. of R. aud S.
Mr. Henry Davie, of Boiling Springs, .ionot 'hat have been bestowed upon
him, 'J no one can . nna a more
Lee Pierce shot and severely
wounded Will Davis, Sunday night
about 9 o'clock, in Black Bottom.
Pierce shot at Davis five times, but
two taking effect, one bullet piercing
the left shoulder, and another inflict
ing a flesh wound In the neck. Pierce
made his escape. Jealousy is given as
the cause of the trouble. A woman
was in the city Friday.
Dr. G. Washington Bugg, of Nash
ville, will be In this city Sunday.
Mrs. Peter Johnson is visiting in St.
Mr. Alonzo Edmundson went to
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P.
Meets at Benevolent Hall, corner E.
Hill nnd Factorv streets, second and
pleasa:i ')orson to converse with man fourth Tuesday nights of each month
the Hi. i. . 'ous s(.Pt.;smaL of Missouri,
the lie u
B. Hdiidersun Washing-
It Is said there that this is the only
remedy for mob violence. It looks as Hopkinsville last Sunday
though it will be used in the state of
Louisiana and possibly elsewhere.
Rev. W. M. Haynes, cf Nashville,
will be In the city Sunday.
LATE .-KG TS THIS YEAR.
The farmers .ave suttred quite a
deal, so has th3 truck gardners this
RELEASED FROM CHARGE
Henry Rogers was arrested Mon-
dav Anrll nlinrtrorl -n-ltVi tha Tvmr.
with whom it is said Pierc had been j (er Qf Wg brother 0Q the previoug
was living with Davis.
Saturday night and committed to jail L bumberland City.
to await the outcome of the Inquest
SEPARATE WAITING ROOMS.
The State Railroad Commission
has ordered separate waiting rooms in
all the railroad stations in the state
for colored and white passengers. It
seems that In many stations there
are no such accommodations.
REMEDY FOR MOBS.
The following dispatch was noted in
the dally papers Tuesday. It came
via New Orleans, La., and reads:
"Five men were wounded during an
unsuccessful attempt to lynch a Ne
gro, at Bunkie, La., last night. No
Hants of any sort were burning when
the posse took the Negro from the
jail and members of the posse disa
gree as to who did the shooting, some
declaring that a crowd of Negroes did
It. while others claim that members
of their own party are wholly to
blame. The injured: H. V. Crutcher,
H. S. Dougherty, O. Qutnn, John Dor-
man, C. H. Emery, the latter of Bran
of the coroner's jury which was held Nashville Simday and Monday and
tigation into the cause of the death
of Charley Jim Rogers, Henry Rog
ers was released.
Or. R. II. Voorhees will visit friends spring on account of the late frost
in this city on Sunday. The local Woather Bureau of the
Mr. Ed Jackson, of Cincinnati, United States Department of Agricul
nassed through the city Tuesday on ture has issued its regular weekly
his way to Memphis. weather bulletin which gives a gen-
Miss Dora Burton is visiting in oral summary of weather conditions
Louisville, Ky. in the State of Tennessee for the
Mrs. .Tessifi Harris haa returned week ending April li. ine summary
"Unseasonably cold weather pre
vnilfd durinsr the entire week. The
nvprnire temnerature for the seven
days was 14 degrees below the nor
Kit' ENDS 111 P LODGR, NO. 72.
Mtets at the Pythian Temple, corner
t Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Mondays ot each month
dr. J. a. McMillan, c. c
THOMAS C MOORE, K of R.
The following were In the city from
participated in a concert Monday
night: Miss Bender, Miss Brown,
Joseph Harrison and Beatrice Gret-
John M. Lapsley and Daisy Tyree,
Joseph Chafen and Lugenla Ly
Alvin Walker and Ella Waddy.
Miss fMcCace. Miss Irene Williams, mal. Frosts occurred on the atn,
Miss Matilda Williams Miss Lavinia 1.0th. 11th, 14th and 15th, with min
Hardinc. Miss Faulknei. Miss Robin- imum temperature belo.w freezing, the
son. Miss McGavock. Miss Bingham. lowest temperature reported being 20
Mr. Foster, Mr. Bender, Mr. Petway, degrees on the 11th, at Erasmus and
Mr. Cohn. Mr. Wm. Alexander. Mr. E. Rugby. Several stations reported
Alexander, Mr. Chatman.
minimum temperatures as low as 2G
degrees on the 14th. The rainfall was
TWENTIETH CENTURY much below the normal, and consisted
WHIST CLUB. of light showers on the 8th and nth
One of the most charming hospital- and traces of snow on the 12th am
Albert Seav and Josephine Ussery. ities of the season was the entertain- 13th. The rather windy weather that
Allen Jobe- and Minnie Blackman. ment. Thursday, evening, April 11, prevailed on several days no doubt
Robert Chlsmon and Manle Flaya. given by the young men of the Twen- mitigated to some extent the effect of
Thomas Carter and Eliza House. tieth Century Whist Club at the the low temperature.
William Odell and Delia Davis. home of Mrs. R. Clinton Eason. on
William Cullum and Mary Crutch- Kiehth avenue. North. Whist and FILED FOR PROBATE
er. ri.inrinir were thp features of the The will of Mrs. Carrie Cabbie wa
Orange Baker and Lula Baird. evening. The following guests en- filed in the County Court for probate
James Hopkins and Laura Urserv. hnvp.i the nprnsinii; Mpsrtnmps Thns. on Monday. The testatrix leaves a
Will Handy and Bessie Hill. a. Ewing, Herbert Cole, Eugene Clay- of her estate to her daughter, Irbie
Claude D. Cheatham and Ollle Bell ton. Misses Susie Lee, Dobson, Lottie
Wosley- Rene Anderson, Pearl Warner, Anne
M Cabbie, who Is nominated as ex
mact prAPIF find it 11 liiirn unilt'iin-niK
lo pel tof-'etlu r at oiictiiiH' tlif
. . . 1 . . . 1 1 .... 1 ..1 . 1 1
In 11 "U Die lii.'ft aiHlrtcurt ims. I hi- money
while )iiivin !i- iliein. ion only iuv II .M) ju-r
w ee k or i'.'i W per n.oiitli You chii easily make
oiir liaMiients wilh ine small auiotinis nn
isuallv wasie. im AKL1I uuiiifvv w.. w murifl
Slrict, OwHislte Miixwcll House. 4 "J i)tt
APPOINTS ELECTION COMMIS
SION. One of the last acts of Gov. Pat-
1 A. 1
terson before the legislature aa
journed was to appoint Nathan G.
Robertson, of Wilson County; lutwaru
R. Richardson, of Davidson County,
and F. A. Raht. of Coffee County, as
the State Flection Commissioner?.
"ontrary to the general impression,
the statute does not require that one
I'.embor of the Commission be ap
pointed from each of :he grand di-,-U'ons
of the State. Mr. Raht is the
republican member of the Commission
Mid is said to have been an active
nitinnant in the contests of that
party for several years. He is a fol
lower of Congressman Brownlow, and
three years a.'-vo was a delegate to the
National Republican Convention.