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t . i Hi h: .i tl . (' To" 4,., , TV " ii li I, (' " '.I .i it i 1 tat 1 :. E?Giisg Iota ieaf-ttromds. 15 CENTS PER WEK BEANDON A BAHKSDALE, PROP'S. Wednksday Evening, May. 21. STATE CONVENTION. Call of the Demooratlo Executive Com mittee For Tueeday, Sil'y 15. Nawhvim.ic, April . A convention of the Democratic paity of Tennessee Is hereby called on Tuesday, the 15tli day of July, 18U0, at 12 o'clock m., for the purpoxe of nominal ug a cuudldutH for (Jovernor, and the trans action o.' euch other business ai may be brou'ut before It. The State Democratlo Kxeeutlve Committee recommend that the respective counties In the State appoint no greater number of delegate than they are ntllled to vot in the convention, the basis being one vote for every 100 Democratic votes and fraction over finy cast at tho November election, 1S8M. L'onet the city of Nashville by authority of the Btate Democratlo Executive Commit tee, the 3d day of April, 1890. Tiioh. L. Williams, Ch'm. J. D. MoLin, Sec'y. Mr. Williams being temporarily absent, Mr. Bavage was called to the chair, when Mr. Crunk offered the following resolution, which was adopted : ltiolved. That this committee recommend thorough organization of the Democratic jnfrty in all the coun ties of the Btate, and that conven tions or primary elections be held wherever necessary to secure the success of the party. Shutting- Off the Light That Illumines Patterson's Eeoord. The Tattersonians seem to be crowing desperate. Tho Ledger wants to shut oft" the light that illu mines Mr. Patterson's record, that the Memphis people seeing, may not see their Uncle Josiah in the light that other people see him. The Ledger commands : "Let there be no Jug- o-Unc. unltorinir or introducing of side Issues. Let the Memphis press cease the quoting of outsiders and sneak their own minds. Lucius Clapp and Josiah Patterson should be better known here than else where, and we need no opinions from the Nashville Herald, the Ban ner. the Clnrksvillo Touacco Leaf- Chronicle, or any other outside Journal in regard to these gentle men." Tho Ixnlter wants the cam paign conducted according to its own sweet will, but would not object to coppying good things said about Patterson by outside papers." Now, so far as this paper Is concerned, if Mr. Patterson was a candidate for governor of Memphis alone, the Leak-Chuosiclk would not have a word to say. But the Ledger is pro posing to make him governor of the whole State, and the people up here being citizens of tho State also, this paper conceives that it is entitled to na miioh miv in the matter as the Ledger. If Memphis must havo the next governor, the people of this part of tho Btate want her to present a man whom they can heartily sup-, port with a good conscience, and the peoplo of Memphis have a right to know tills much if they exject their man to be nominated and elected. The Ixnlger may as well understand that it can't run Josiah Patterson down the throats of Tennesseans by this kind of tactics, or any other wild and wooly way commonly practiced by tho Patterson followers. The Lkak-Chkonh le has said nothing harsh about Mr. Patterson. It has simply reproduced his legis lative record from the Journal of the House, and any great statesman ought to be proud of his record, at least he should not object to it being published. Doubtless Mr. Patterson is proud of it, and expects it to do him good with that class of people whom he represented on the floor of the House. At lea.st lie makes no denial or explanation of his actions. Is lie hiding from his own record, and desires to shut off tho light from the good people of his own city, that he may carry the Shelby county en dorsement and rely on the influence of the penitentiary ring, the whole sale whisky ring and the Pullman Palace Car Co. in the balance of the Btate for his nomination and elec tion? Memphis should know what other people think of Mr. Patterson before forcing him on the convention. Wheeler Kicking Against Bro. Mo Dowell's Tyranny. Brother McDowell net out by an nouncing that the good Toiler was not a political paper and would have nothing to do with politics beyond discussing the measures aflectingthe order he represented ; tlmt members of the order were under no obliga tions to support President Buchanan because he was a member of the or der, but that lie was running solely on his merits as a iVmorrat. The Toiler favored him because he was a farmer, anil would supjort any good Republican farmer Just the same if the brethren bring out one. We knew at the time that Brother Mc Dowell had no intention of slicking to this platform, for if he is not a iO wheeler for politics, he Is nothing. u J- B 9 I If No' Brother McDowell is using the :!;"iuur frwlv. vociferating loudly dXainat those who n fuse to support IiLi candidate as weak-kneed, faith-rr-iJoB members and -traitor. The ...i-m i)icfoou Press says the membcw are Wi rt- tt,noverv aore over this. "They (Hi .fr t n tWironran. th I .... ..Touer.iuthe inter f .J PoH"- i rnt or politK-al party. I Hey cal aspirant or polilk 1 party, i ney bdieve that It has no authority what-1 ever, under the laws of the order, to fci-- . J, .V:i: m..i 1KB BUY I'Ull 111 IMJinUM. lllill II IthoutiBigMiizfhgfthe interests of its members and creating diascntions in their ranks." There Is to be a convention at Jack son, Yvesi ienn., June 17, to take action relative to building a canal to connect the Tennessee rher with the head waters of the Fork ed Deer. The proposed canal will be leas than twenty miles hi length and would shorten the distance between the Tennessee and Mississippi rivers by over 800 miles. Verily, Editor Brooks of the Jack son Whig has lived ten years or more ahead of the times. The press and people ridiculed the idea when he commenced the agitation, but the world progresses. "A conduit pipe for a perjurer and liar," ;that is what Mr. Bynum, of Indiana, called Mr. Bayne, of Penn sylvania, when he assumed the re sponsibility of the Campbell letter, and this, is what the Republican House censured Mr. Bynum for. When all the Democrats stood up with him before the bar of the House sharing the censure, Mr. Bynum accepted the censure as a "decora tion of honor." It was one of the most exciting events that has oc curred in Congress, and tho Demo crats got the best of the row. Mrs. Canfleld, or Kansas, who is so anxious to see "black heels on white necks," was a candidate for school director at her home, a few days ago, and was defeated by a negro washerwoman. An exchange &ug- irests that this is clearly a ease of chickens coming home to roost. Uiicialnietl Consols. One curious result of the conversion of British consols was the discovery of a large amount upon which Interest was unclaimed, andaome for tho principal of which there were no owners nt all. Out of 08,800 notices posted there were returned, through the, dead letter ofllce, owing to defective addresses, 12,700, of which only about l,!iO0 admitted of being repostei to fresh addresses, lluny of the letter! so returned wero marked "da ceased," and from this and other sources the bank learned for the first time that hundreds of stockholders were dead. Many persoun were reminded by tho notices that they were owners of stock which they bad been too careless toclaimformanyyears, while others were mado an-aro, for the first time, that they had money in the funds, and in some instances tho stock in question, about which there was this UKrceablo surpriso, amounted to as much us 1,000, with many back dividends accrued. The redumption operations were continued till the end of September, 18!), nnd when they were concluded there remained at the Bank of England a sum of 7,M!,i55 duo to stockholders, but unclaimed. This mm was credited to 10,000 accounts, which included more than forty holdings of over 10,000, the holding of one individual in consols nnd re duced threes amounting together to 1ST, 508. In addition there were uncluimud storks in the hands of the national debt commissioners amounting to 'lS,m, so that the total amount of stock for which no owners could be found was 8,240,141. Montreal Star. Inlluled Oiiokx. "Fine, plump ducks I" is n good market cry, but what if the plumpness vanishes at the first touch of a fork or skowcrf A poulterer in Birmingham, who had been in the huhit of offering "fine, plump ducks" at a couplo of shillings apiece, has been induced to confess that her bargains would not stand tho tests to which we have referred. On the contrary, they were little better than skin and bone, their plump appearance being entirely duo to a fraudulent practice known among tne ini tiated as "blowing." By wny of excuse, it was pleaded that Hie defendant was a poor unlettered widow, who didn't know the law; that ducks when "blown" were no heavier than when they are not blown, so that the purchaser was at all events not defrauded iu the weight, and, lastly, that "blowing" ducks was a very old and also very common prac tice. The magistrate appear to have lieon inclined toexchilm with the young Prince of Denmark: "Aye, uiaihuii, it is common." At to the practice In-lng old, ho seems clearly to have been of opinion that it was quite old euough, since he indicted a line of ten slut lings and costs. Londou News. I'wfiil Ilii-iU. There is a well stithuntictitcd account of an English barber who trained a starling to say, "Gentleman wants to bo shaved," and hung the bird in his outer room to mtrii him of lite coming of customers. Tho same bird, tho story goes, soon learned to call out. "Gentlemen, iiay your money! when the barber's work was done, and never got the two speeches mixed. A milliner of Paris 1ms, according to French Journal, put a parrot to a much l-t tcr use even than tldi KoUsli hurl km- made of his starlinit. Shu has truincd the bird to call out whenever a customer enters her shop: "Oh, isn't she pretty I" It Is asserted that the milliner's business was very soon douhlul. Youth's Companion. The Mouthpiece of Iron, In Central America travel is generally undertaken at night to avoid tho li- iit and glare of the day, and twelve hours ut a stretch in the saddle are not thought excessive. The traveler, therefore, who would see very muel of the interior must expect toenomiitcr many petty Inconveniences, annoyances und hard ships. Though peril is not always added to priva tion, yet it will lie well to wear conspicuously a revolver. This little mouthpiece of iron will secure Its missossor proper utteutiou and freedom from insult. Ho may not need to use it, but its known presence is a isiteut force. Your pocket will le safer when guarded by this silent watchdog. The pistol is a Cerlierus that accepts no sops. Chicago Herald. A Sleight or Hand Day Vt under. The youngest magician and prw.tidi,u'ita teur in the world is Kddie Ahhott, and lie is Just 8 years old. H. J. Ahliott, by tnyle glass cutter, and a resident of Philadel phia, the young necromnnoer'n father, de tected strung evidence.- of manual dexter lty in his son when he was not more than 2yeanof ago.andhe immediately procured : . t . hl-i care. Since that time Kddic has been constantly in practice, and he lias now a rived at such proficiency that he competes with Herrmanu nnd Kcllar. His first pro fessional tour was of the Interior towns near Philadelphia. Then he plare-1 to crowded houses at the Academy of Music twl the Carncross theatre in Philadelphia, and gave several performances in private houtni, notaniy in John Waiiamnker'n and George W Child'. The Society for the Irevention of Cruelty to Children would not permit him to play In New York. His next exhibitions were given in Canada, where be was not well received because he did not speak French. In two weeks' time. ,, owevrr. he mastered enough of t hat tongue thfipeafter K.bie,j grtt,t imcw. Chicago i,Wkia. Oa ttnmttlA him t., hwvMi rnitiillv mrwf BACK OUTt ifcUfornlam Fear He H ill Refuse to Fight Peter Jocksun. Sax Frascisco, May 21. President Fulda, of the California Athletic club, and his brother officials are greatly wor ried nt tlw reiteration of the rejiort that John L. Sullivan is to meet Joe Mc Auliife, t)i California plant, in a finish context in Virginia. When asked if the club hud anv assurance that Sullivan would meet Peter Jackson in the Cali fornia club rot una for the 0,0(X) purso offered, Mr. Fulda Raid: "Merely the word of Mr. Clark, of Bontoti, who wthe confidential friend and adviser of Sullivan. You must real ize that the managers want a finger in this nmtchi and so long as we have any thing to do with it they will not. Nat urally, then, they will try to have Sulli van ami Jackson meet elsewhere, or break up the match. This talk about a fight between Sullivan and McAuliffe is only the first step taken by these mana gers. "Of course Sullivan may change his mind, but I hardly think so. No, we have no assurance over Iub signature. There is considerable in the proposed Snllivan-McAuliffe match, after all. In the fin-it place, Sullivan's hatred of the colored race is well known, as his tele gram to the effect that he would charge the club double price for fighting a ne gro goes to prove. "For years John L. stuck to it that he would not fight a colored man at all, but Jackson became so famous, and the California club wan willing to put up such a princely purse for a meeting be tween Sullivan and the Antipodean, that John L. thought this his best chance to make a heavy haul of gold. "But lately tho big fellow has seen Jackson spar, and while he has an nounced to newspaper reporters that he could whip Peter easily, John knows nnd has acknowledged to his intimates that Jackson is a hard nut for anyone to crack. -Now big Joe McAnliffe springs up in the east and Sullivan, seeing him lox, is satisfied that there is a chance for him to win a neat fortune in a match in an easier way than by tackling the Aus tralian. "The California club has nothing to hold Sullivan to a match with Jack son, and in Virginia he can meet Mc Aulilfe and have nothing to fear from the law. But no man has any license to whip the giant Califomian in a canter, as since Jackson conquered Joe, the Mis sion ky has unproved wonderfully. "His easy defeat of Pat. Killen and Tom Lees shows that. It took Peter Jackson thirty rounds to whip Lees for the championship of Australia. Mc Anliffe whipped him in eight rounds and came out of tho contest without a mark. "Pnt. Killen succumbed in seven rounds. ' While Corbett is California's liest boxer, McAnliffe is tho state's rep resentative heavy-weight fighter beyond perad venture." GARFIELD'S REMAINS Oulelly Keiuoved to the Crypt in the Monument Lute at ISight. Chicago, May 2;. A sjiecial to The fnter-()cean from Cleveland, saysj The remains of the late President James A. Oarfield were quietly removed from the public vault in Lake View cemetery to the crypt in Garfield monument shortly after midnight. The secret removal of the remains was in accordance with the wishes of Mrs. Garfield, who was op posed to any demonstration or show. It was after 12 o'clock midnight when a party of gentlemen consisting of the Hon. Amos Townsend, chairman of the committee of arrangements for the dedi cation on May !W, Gen. James Barnett, and Harry A. Garfield, son of the late president, took a carriage from a down town hotel and drove along the famed Euclid avenue to the cemetery. The party drove direct to the public vault, and the heavy doors were thrown ojieu and the bronze casket, containing the remains of tho late president, could be seen in the flickering light shed by the latenis. It had remained undisturbed in tho vault since 1881. Four stalwart men carried the re mains to a hearse outside which was in readiness and the casket was conveyed to the monument and deposited in the cryp The new sepulchre of the martyred president is accessible to all. A strong railing will be erected around the casket to prevent any one approach ing nearer to it than ten feet. STORM BEATEN BIRDS. Singular Occurrence Resulting in the Capture of Rare Specimens, Cedar Rahps, Iowa, May 21. Ami grating bird wave which was passing north over here Saturday night encount ered a terrible rain and thunderstorm, and attracted by the electric lights, gathered alxuit them on the streets and attempted to fly into the stores, and as a consilience over 1,000 birds fell dead in the streets from coming in contact with the wires and glass fronts. A great majority of these birds do not inhabit this region, and some very rare specimens were captured alive nnd caged. Among them was a red jkiII warblei , one of the rarest birds in the United Static. This bird nests in Mani tobu and Alaska in the summer time, and in the winter goes as far south as the t'nribliean sea, the only place it is found during the winter season lieing along the lower Rio Grande and Eagle Canon, Tex. Over fifty different speciek were found. Vnusual Snicids. Boston, May 21. Tnenday forenoon ;wo police officers went to the house, No. :W Kirkland street, to search for stolen property. Their ring at the door was responded to by a man supposed to be William Grossman, who upon learn ing the erreml of the officers, placed a revolver to his head and blew out his brains. In his jKx-kets were found twenty-four lmnk books, not one represent ing less than suo. ItirtiunicliHiii Still Hanging Murderers. UiitMiNOiiAM, Ala., May 21. In the ( i im.mil court Alf. Cooper, for the mur der of Jeff. Gonger, and Joe Griffin, for the innrdtr of Bill Garrett, both having lns-11 convicted of murder in the first de- r re". were sentenced to hang on July 11. f they swing as sentenced this will make six for six months for Birming ham, and the gissl work goes on. Ilrntal New Hampshire Murder, WooPHViu.R, N. II., May 21. A re port reached here last week tliat another brutal murder lias 1een committal in i nit ton county. W. H. Shaw, while drunk, nttiu-ked Moll Moray, 22 yenrs old. Mm of the proprietor of a hotel at Vv'entworth. Shaw had been turned out of the hotel by elder Moray, and iiKi'llny; the son be killed him. CLABKSVILLE DISTRICT. Third Bonnd Quarterly X satin?. Cedar Hill, at Turnersvil!, May 24, S3. Nadlersville and Adams, at Salem, May 31, June I. Anbury, at Grant's, June 7, 8. New Providence and Bethel, at Bethel, June II, 1-3. Antioch, at Chapel Hill, June 21, 22. . W. iL Pkkhi.ks. The Ice Co. is linking letter Soda Pop this season than ever before. Try t. niy2-2in,d. A Philosophic Italian. I happened to witness a street scene the other day which I endeavored to lay to heart as a lesson iu patience. An old Ital ian rag picker was slowly making his way along the sidewalk with a huge bundle on his back a hundla so big in fact that scarcely anything was visible beneath it except a pair of snuff colored, shabby trousers, moving forward with a simulta neous lateral motion. Just as the old man lunged around a corner a heavy wagon came up, and the hub of one wheel struck the bundle with such force that the bearer was thrown violently to the ground. He got up, with some assistance, in a dazed manner, the blood streaming down his face from a cut in his forehead. But now comes the strange part of the affair. Instead of swearing and cursing, or at least bemoaning his fate, the old fel low smiled a gentle, well bred smile, quiet ly wiped his face, reshouldcred his load, being helped by the teamster, who was duly apologetic, and went on his way with the philosophic air of a man who had sim ply encountered one of those inevitable an noyances which human life entails. Would any Anglo-Saxon person have behaved so well undersimilarcircumstancesf Boston Post ' Out of Jail, bat Not Reformed. "I have been in state prison five years, in the house of correction two years and at the Island eighteen months." The speaker was a big, healthy Vermont Yankee. His eyes were clear and brown and his breath was as sweet as new mown hay. He was and still is the night engi neer at Brigham's big milk delivery place on Tremoiit stroet, at the corner of Castle street. Night in and night out for year in and year out he has worked there, giving perfect satisfaction to everybody. No one would suspect that he had ever been in the places he named. "Are you a reformed criminal?" asked a sympathetic bystander. "No, I guess not. I have all the crimes I ever had and think I will stick to them." "What were you sent to the prison and house of correction for, then?" "To get a living." "And your trade?" "I have always been an engineer. I got good pay there, so I worked. Perhaps I'll do it again." Boston Globe, Synonyms for Money. The huge number of synonyms for money illustrates remarkably well the variety of sources from which our slang words are re cruited and the remarkable appositeness of some of them. We may talk of our money in scores of ways; among which are, for in stance, "the actual," "the needful," or "the wherewithal;" "beans," "blunt," "tin" or "brass;" "chips," "dibs" or "pieces;" "dust," chtnek" or "shot;" "shekels," "spondulics" or "dollars;" "stamps," "feathers," or "palm oil" which lost is such an obviously appropriate name for it that "shinplaster" seems feeble by comparison, and the young but widely popular "oof," "oof bird" and "oof tish" imbecile" uud inane. Pall Mall Gazette. Thought She Saw a Tarantula. The other night Mrs. Harrington, of Al bany, Ga., was peeling a banana, and felt something grasp the forefinger of her right hand. On looking down she saw a great big tarantula holding on by his two front legs to her finger, and endeavoring to got hold with tho others, so as to be able to bite her. She shook her hand and heard him slam up against tho pantry wall. She said nothing nlxiut it until next morning, when a thorough search wan made for it, and the pantry swept out. But no tarantula could bo found, although Mrs. Harrington, who was reared in Louisiana, where tarantulas are common, was positive that it was a reg ular double breasted tarantula that she had seen. Atlanta Constitution. When a Potentate Is by Illuiself, The doors being closed upon any poten tate, ho becomes aware at once that he is but human. No matter how great ho may be a Napoleon, a Nicholas, a William II of Germany as soon as he sits down in the solitude of his own room something happens to him which corresponds to tho transformation of the Grand Monarch In Mr. Thackeray's famous sketches. Tho wig conies off, the buckram gives out, the lofty heels sink into slippers; the king is but a man, and ho is conscious of it. How much of cliango there is depends, of course, upon how much of a man the prince may bo ait fond, and what his sense of his natural in firmities. Contemporary Review. Italians are the most cunning counter feiters among the foreigners who are en gaged in tho business iu the United States. During the year 18S9 165 foreigners were arrested for counterfeiting, and of these 70 were Italians. In all there were 437 coun feitcrs arrested, and 206, or not quite half of these, were of American birth, 20 were Germans, 18 were negroes, 2 were Greeks and 1 was a Chinaman. It is well known that singers rarely suf fer from serious lung troubles, because the constant exercising of their lungs keeps them in good condition. . Playing on wind instruments seems to have a similar effect, if one may judge from an item stating that Mr. Antolne died in London at tho age of 70. He had been trombone player at the opera for forty-two years. Workmen ripped off the chipboards from William Williams' house on Water street iu the salt borough of Stonington, Conn., which had been nailed with house studs before the British bombardment of the town in 1814, and a two ounce British bullet dropped out of a board. Many of the clapboards had been pierced by British bullets. People who visit Constantinople must havo read Craw ford's "Paul Patoff," juat as people before going to Florence read George Eliot's "Savonarola." A young Englishman told us that in the week of his stay nt Constantinople he was asked fivs hundred times if he had read "Paul Pa tog." "Life is Too sWto I CALIGRAPH p4 H i r3 O CO r i FASTEST ChQaps2U--CUs Machine on tho Market; Tor circular and otlior Information i'p!y at the I.EAr-CiiitoKK xt Office to Ao -3 Li COMMERCIAL -I- FIRST-CLASS STOCK used and attention given to WEDDING, and PICNIC WORK, And a well assorted stock of stationery always on hand. Iiittoaipliag: r,of all - Kinds. 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