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MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1SSC5.
VOL. XLVI--NO. 209
MOTHER SEVERE SHOCK
EtRTHQUAKE AL0.4G TOE
Charleston Badly Shaken I'p, bat
So Further Damage Repoited
Chaklktok, S. 0., Sqpember 3.
A one miout-ti 11 o'clock tonight
tfnDther tarriflc shock passed over die
c'vy. Oonsternttioa again prevail?.
Peaple camping in the public squares
are sioxitig aud praying.
TUB SEVERAL CATniLlC CBUBCBES
have rven serious1 y injured. The
cathedral c hapel id not be uied for
s rv cet Scnd.y. A temporary lt.r
will be erected on the cathedral
grounds where the congregation will
attend miss. The Ca holio schools
have all suetaiced such damage as wid
sot permit of stud e b- ing resumed.
Th coovtnt of the Fitters of Merry,
on Queen ttree , was alto damaged.
Toe B Slers end cbilCren have all been
camping out. TheS-. FiancU Xavier
Infirmary, 01 Calhoun street,
wai vtry badly damaged, ana
there wtra levt-ral rrovidnlial
crapef. The Epiropal residence
on Broad ftn c. is reDdarad utinlub't
able. Tin clergy who were ia
the building duriDg the sacck bad a
miraculous escape, and have since
been tbe gurtvs of the .Brothers cf ttie
Sacred Heirt ai d have camped with a
hrgep ntion cf the toogrtgatioa oH
tin Uatiidal too mils, ice uainono
Mile Ophan Asylum als) suSTdied.
The churjhFB at d b .'boalf, as well 1 a
the episcopal reaidenc, nee rp ir.
F.tner Dully wns h1 g tly injured at
the lime of tbe shock, hut is able to
attend to bis dutine. The hospital is
wrecked and tbe baildiug ol the t ain
ing tchool for d urges is damaged, 'the
tosiitil ptteutn were removed ti
Agricultural Hill. The injury
to the county jiil is wen
n'gh lrrepaia'e. Thirty six pris
oners e.caped, bx cf whom
have letarned. Ii would bs simply
impossible to tzivgtrate, or to depict
in cufticifntiy descriptive lenguaze,
the itftctof tte vi-i a ion ol Tuesday
night ( n the colored people of Ctiarles
tou. There never was unlit within
the pan law daya ao. opportunity of
noticing a public exhibition, of super
stition and f ar to the degree teat tiai
exibted Hmcng all da-ses of the color
ed people tin-M tbe
TBEMBND US SBCCK OF TUISDAY NIGHT.
Tfjey fled from thHir houses, and as
tbey rai hither and th.ther through
blinding clouds of pu vtriz-d mortar
which was she ken from houses and
arose rgin from th s' reels, tney
filled tb air w'lth dismal groins of
despair and lamenta ions of tariifit-d
d'stress. As usual wi'h ttera in tdeir
funeial devo ions the name Je-us wrs
most frequently uted, aud ai if suppli
ca'irg God face t j fica they shrieked
out in tie very helplessness and
dei ti o! , cJesrar such eentecc b as
"Do, my Mastr, Jpsuk, have
mercy on m," "lb, sweet
Jfsus, Bare ra save me,"
"Let mo live tl rmeh this nigh, df ar
God, my S.ivior;" "Ho d me oporc
more, icou blisved Chiibt, my mas
ter," and cth-r earful supplication,
which icteaiifled the horr.ir of tbe
situiiion and went lar tox-ard dtmot
a'iziDg the wlitts, who weiealso ruih
ing bl nd y littier aud ihithsr. As
ubu!, toe tacts of tho whiie man and
whits woiran in the true of danger
was a sight of sudden j y ia tbeg'oom
to many a poor watering -colored
boy or virl, who endeavored' to sop
their white friends as they ran by in
the etinfueien to snpp'icnts that
they w.-uld remain with tht-m until
the judgment wrs done. In many
imtances a trembling til tat k down
on her knees and seized with frantic
energy tbe fold of some whits lady's
dress, and, failing to express tneir
terror in words, with scarcely moving
lips betokened that tbey wanted on y
the moral support of a friend in tbe
hour of distress and agony.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER TBI FIRST SHOCK
there was an c-x'nbitioa cf joy ana tie
voices of congratulation were betrd
on every side, and a 1 mingled with
words of tbankpgiviog to tbe Divine
Providence. P,oplj clung to each
other like brothers a d Bitters. There
were to stiaogers ihme. They n'l
knew each oihtr as pait and parcel of
a c immunity that hud escaped a ter
rible f ts. n mi wi h tea s cf re
pentance and joy in thtir eyes
embraced c mh oiber. Women fell on
. each o'ber's leiks, end with hearts
tco full to sperk, recked to and fro in
the bappy embrc, devoutly thank
ing Him lor His blessing in the
drad ulhour. Not soRiththetrpra
bling.demora1 zo I olored .people. After
thahandof Pxovidenca hd been ap
parently rem jvod, they b'gaa topr;p!t
esy and to rt ca l all they knew, ia
their confuHBd w.sy, nf Bib'e scenes
mid D ble I'isto y ' It's ih night cf
Sodom ar.d GouioiraV'sTOuted cno m
a frei zv cf apparent deligh'. "The
city of rt. M ich e1 is down to the
ground," yel ed another; "I told you
so," tried a third; "Aha! bow about
my wife's drf am, row?" said a fourth
"Look for the rock of I lore b to
split," said another; "Pray, my white
people; why don't you pray?" eaid
another. For fully five mi nn esinthe
fearful excitement the colored people
never cets'd to utter what might be
coneidered a torrdi t of piopheiic inter
pretations nhd uninielligei.t prayers.
In the dismal vl om eonie lady tried
out: "Get to the jtreen, get to the
green," and rlmnet in a twinkling the
colored people ma to a rneh for that
haven ot saf.ty. It reemed as if all
Charleston we sir ady there.
WOMBS BURKYINQ ALONd,
dregg;ng ti.eir little charge by thtir
hands, in all kir.Hn ol night - apparel.
- Jt was only, lnn.-rir, wheathe older
class ol the colored peoplearrived ibat
0 a characteristic s ene took p'aoe. They
ran about in tbe crowd witn cries cf
"Down on yonr fac, down on your
knees, uiiserahlosiriLere; pray to Got1,
my Bister, my bro'.ber; rray, pray,
pray; don't I tell you tbe n'ght is
come!'' Prayer mm tiigs were O'gac
ized end tbe sicg ug and B.reatuing
were kect up till daylight.
At tht.t time the watchword wts
passed a'onnd, "Tne ba'tle ii over, tut
tbe Sjldicra miibt not res', and this
order wss carried out on Wednesday
andThiire'ny nigbt. Oj Tnoday
night, h iwtv.r, ou Iwarion Square, the
sights and sounds hi filed description.
The colored pet pie were unrestrained
and cinmltttd all tmniior uf riotous
and Irenzi. d act?. A report c f their
act:on, ta thsy took place, would per
bsps ba eoasidre ) b fiBpr enious. Ttia
first object, btwI c ni that intorebted
everybody's sttenfon, was an ajrerc
blege of coli r d Voyi", shout ball a
dozen in nunhe ', irho had fillen to
the groui d in a part xysm of religious
lieoy. Tbey were gtoveling with
their faces down in the g'a8,
and were tinging a hymn in a loud
voice. The hymuvai "lbs Aog-ds a
Esppio' at the Door." and the refrain
was "Oh, Tell Oi IT ah to bi 1 on the
Ark, to B 11 on de Ark, to bill on the
Ark." Tins eong thev repeated over
and over again nuiil th-y were quite
tued B"d ceved fr-iu u ter oxbaut
t on. Ia a ftw n.inutts they were fait
Tbe total low at Punimf rville is es
timaied at $300,000. Two sliui.t shocks
were leported today in Oarloitoa.
bu', they were not felt by many
COJCTBlBUTI'iSS WJLI. BE GRATEFULLY
The City Council today adopted the
Kt cited, That in response to tbe
numerous offeis of aesiaunce and
aympa'hy from oar sister cities and
from citizens of this and other States,
the Myor is authorized t) state that
greet distrees ex:8ts aa.ong onr citizens
in c nquence of the eartbquaks, and
th-t w gratefully accept the aid thus
RESOLUH0K8 ADOPTED BY THE EX
CHANOES. At aj.int mnnting of the Charles
ton Cotu n a"d Merchants' Exchang a
today tbe following was unauiinouely
To All Exchanges and Commercial Bodiol:
Our bauks, warehounee, cottm
prfeses, whavtF, railroads, rice mills
and everything elee necessary for
handling 'buiine's, though damagnd,
are in working ordtr. We fer no
fti'ther disiurbances. The des ruit'on
of p opertv w ll enure great dittress
and puffering, but will not interfere
with the dispatch oi buneB.
A. W. TAFT.
President Charleston Cotton txetaanita.
President Merehnnts' Exohanga.
A joint meeting altto adopted tesalu
tiors ti apply to the President end
Congrnes for a national loan to a;d the
citizjLBof Charleston in rebuilding tbe
Another Shock All Airing Ihe
Noutlirru Allnuiie cjohc.
Washinqton, September 3. At
about 11 o'clock t inight anotber
shock of eir hquak4 was f-lt all along
the Southern Atlmtic const. I; was
unattended by any damg-, to far as
can be learned, bit wai s rong enough
tti cau ea ttampeds from tue instru
rutnte ol the telegraph operators in
Charleston, Au.mta and Columbia,
atd perbepi other pl.icef. Tbey soon
returned, uoffevr, a id r'Bumed busi
no s Toe shake wa fult fromjactt
smvil'e to Washingtoa. I', was per
cept b'e in WaHhiogton, but not bo'
ttroogly isoa Taei iay tiigat.
Another KbocK at Wiliulnalou.X.C
Wilmotoi, N C , fep'euaber 3.
Anotber diet net but n t tevera eaith
quake bIk ck was f it her at 11 o'clock
p.m. Much alarm was created, and
many people nish d fr m their houses
to the streets
Well I). Clued Hlioek at Rnle lah, 5f. C.
Kalkioh, N. C, Bei t'inber 8. A
11:02 o'clock totigut a well dtficed
shock t f ecrtbq ihke wis felt here. It
was preceded by 11 liht rnmbling
Drije. The oecillntlon rf buildingB
waa marked on the upper 11 ors.
BIB Track at tbe Cousn Alioea,
Augusta, Ga., September 3. A
special to tne Chronicle from Psaufort
rays: Near Coora minei there is a
crack in the eirth 200 feet long and 6
inthei wide at the top. On St. Ile ena
island, off Beauf rt, several large
openings were mada and piles 01 mud
and Baud f ireed up. , -
Severe Hbocks at Klchmobd, Va.
Richmond, Va , September 3. At
11:03 tonight a shock of earthquake
waa felt here. In soldo p'.ec js in the
upp3r part of the city it was aa severs
aa that of Tuesday night, people in
some cases leaving their homej and
rushing lno the scree's. Tbe escala
tion is said ti have been very per
ceptible from lonthenst to northwest.
No no:sa accompanied tbe shock.
Keller Meaiurrs at Stw Tork.
New YoBK.Sep: ember 3. The Stock,
Pioduce and Cotton Exchanges have
appoicted committees to sol cit sub
scciptions ftr tbe telitf of the Cbatles
ton suffdiers. The total con ributed
in tbe Cottou Exchange today it $3375.
It is am ounced tb-1 the Southern
Express Company will forward contti
bu'iooB for the relief of toe earthquake
Bii(rtreri fie of ca'g.
The Biooklyn Examiner has received
ths following di-pitch from Vicar
General P. L. Dud:
"CniRi.asTON, S. 0., September , IS!.
The Catholic chinches orphanages,
fchouls aLd pas oral reeiaei ces have
been seriouely damaged. Miiaeul m
wera the escapes of priests, sieteisand
orpbatiB, who are now cimpiog cut.
I am ereciiug a t-mporry altar in ttie
cathedral grounile. Qor lO'S and suf
fering ore tireat."
Toe Examimr has tent an appeal to
tbe clergy and laity rf ths New York
and Brooklyn toe die to aid in swell
ing tbe hi' d.
From Washington it is announc-d
that te burgeon Geoeal of lha Ma
rine II if pi til lervice hai authcrzd
the officers of that bureau at Charles
ton to eeenre tents to rep ace tempo
rarily tbe hospital buil jings, rendered
unlnbabi'uble by the earthquake.
Abo, that Chief Clerk Yeomans, of
tbe Treasury Department, by permis
sion of Acting Se retary Fairchild,
Issue 1 a circular letter today inform
ing the employes that the rule pro
hibiting tbe circula ion of tubscrip
tion papers in a department would bs
suspended in the case cf the Charles
ton relifcf fnnd, and heads of bureaus
would bed signated to receive sub
fciptione. In Philadelphia, snbscriplions
amonnticg to nearly 14000 were an
nounced, one by George W. Childs and
A. J. D exol f r $1000 each. The firm
of Preiel & C.t, waa aelocted t ac: as
bankers for the ocmmlttee, and a tele
gram, wai sent to the Mayor of Ch arise -ton
to d a on t'mt firm for f3000.
Money RaUed at Jchoavllle, Fla.
Jacksovilm, Fla., Suptember 3.
The Citizenh' Committto raised an
other $1000 today for the bonefU of
the Charleston sufferers, makirg$2000
in two cay?. Tne Jacksonville and
Atlait c railroad will give its fetal
gtosi receipts next Thursday to tbe
fund, and this ii txpoi ted to add an
other f 1000. .
ajabMriiilloaa at Baltimore.
BalTIMOK. Md.. Sntniniinr 5t Thn
BUisc.ipt.on stir.ed by the American
in aid 01 tne aouerers by the Charles
ton ili'R t -r rnufhiail Jirjirt
amount tas been fcrwurde'd. The
fund is giowiug rapidly. An alter
nroa and even.ngpfiiforruar.ee is to be
eiven WedntBiay it Ford'B Opera
Hollas for Ilia h-ni fli nf ihi err.,
Major Hodges has appointed a com-
micieB 01 prominent oit zsns to raiee a
relief fand in ess it is notdod.
THE COJDIIWOF TRADE
FAIRLY ACTIVE GEXEKAL BCSI
The Wholesale Trade Iocreas'lng- at
Several Okie!-, Memphis Among
Kew Youk, Seotember 3. Sp c al
telegrams to Bradstrm't tbi week con
t nue to record a lairly active general
trade. Ia Philadelphia, Pi.tsburg,
MempM", St. Louis and Milwaukee
tbe'total volume of wholesale trade is
increasing. There has also bet n sme
gain in Cinc'nnti and Clevelard. The
bu-ioees cuttook is encouraging and
merchandise is moving freely at Chi
cago and Kansas City. At New York
and Bcston thrre is a full and ete dj
distribution cf stap'es. Meicantile
collections a1; C h cgo and a few other
cities ara Ubi prompt, which i due
largely to the cr.ips not having been
generally maikeied. Tbe aggregate
of commercial t'ansactions, si far as
may be fainy jud.ed, is quite equal
t totals in previous week', although
tbe banir cletiiogs at thirtv cities f r
this week amount to bnt $753,058,404,
ai compared with $790,985,002 lest
In view of the s'eady growth in the
vnlaueof commercial and tndmtnal
transactions, several aharp declines of
late Lave appaiently bteu due largely
to the failing away in rpeculative ac
tivity, ct.i 11 in the New York stock
muket. Tno continued stringency in
the money market and news tsuding
to create a feeling of unc rtainty re
gwdiog tbe railr. ad situatiin, caused
a marked dullnesi and inactivrty in
the ftock market. Transactions far
the week were 590,000 ehare aaioi-t
803,000 sharis lart we-k. Boude of
all c'asses were dull and the icve-t
ment demand had faden off. Sales
forthewtekwere $4,809,200 par value,
agaicst $5,893,100 laet week. Mcntsy
ii firm on call at from 6 to 7 par ceot.,
aid time money is in. demand at
about 0 per cent. Commercial paper
is hard t i placn and fo eign exct.a.ijie
s'tajy, with continental bills close 10
tbe gold impor.ing point.
Toe Eas ern wool markets are firmer
end the tendency of prices is toward
an advance on the in proved dert a 'id
from manu acturera. Coneiderablo
wool is moving.
Both Uiy goods j ibbi ra and flg n s
report an tc iva tr d, and eome lines
of b'ecbed cct'eua a e repor ed to
have been fracti ra ly advanced.
Tbe boot and shoe makers are also
shipping heavi y.
The la e steadiness of demand f r
iron and steel c ntioue?. A few Biles
of Eastern pig have bnen made at
$18 6019, a gain of 50 certs, but
these were of small lots. Fi' shed
iron makers eri eijiying a beitir
trade, and piices are actually a litt'e
higher. Steel ia 1 ore'erj for 18S7 de
livery are in the in irket.
Wheat tends temporally lower, rn
weaker cables and improving rpor's
from the Northwestern crop. Iudian
corn, too, is lower s:nce tin late froBt
W'8 found to luve djne nr thmage.
Lou trille reports the Western to
bucco crop prouitt ing well as to ejuan
tity. ft ices ere increas;ng, but the
market tiers is fiirly sub atued.
TbeLiubiana sugar crop piomises
an average yielt, hut lice there Is in
heavy supply and lower.
Augu-t corn repor 8 Btate the
wea her cinditicns have favored tbe
EfS e u be t, but that datnajo lies
been doce i 1 Texas aiid Ariansar,
notably the former. The more f ivor
able reports come from North Cao
lioa and Tennessee The outlook for
the crop is cot bo favorable aa in Au
gust hot year.
There were 173 failures in the
United States this week, against 150
last week and 109 in 1885. Cana 'a
bad twenty-seven, against twenty-jix
last week and teventeen in 1885.
Am Eruption la Illinois.
Chicago, III., September 3. The
Timet' Oakland (III.) special sys:
YeeterJay tbe citizens of Bowderie
township, nor.h of this city, were
Btartled by a noise like the explosion
of a steam boiler. Oa examination it
was found 10 have been caused by an
eruntion on the farm of Chriet'an
Lunkenbach. That gentleman stated
today that when the noise occurred a
cloud ot Bmoka and dust was thrown
sixty feet in tbe a r, in which were
sturx'piof tiees, atones and roots. Jk
deep bole was left in the ground,
which has not yet been explored.
Ldndboho's perfume, Edonis
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg's perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Nile
lllloole I'mlrs! lirrtut at Cairo
Cairo, III, Septemb'r 3. The Illi
nois Central depot, at the corner of
Second s re ct and the levee, burned to
the ground a'. 2 o'clock p.m. to lay.
The lird spread rapidly and there was
no t me to eave baggage or tckets.
The cause of ttie fi e is euppotod to be
Have been using Tongaline and am
well pleased with the results; it su
persedes all other bo called rheumatic
8. 0. W0R3UAM, M. P., Marento, 111.
Pittsiiuhg, Pa., Sep'ember 3. John
Waleh, aged 17, was instantly killed in
the Union Foundry and Macoioe Com
pany's works. Allegheny, shortly be
fore noon today. He was caught in
the belting and hla body wis terribly
mangled, nearly every bone b.ing
For the cure of cuts, sprains, bruises,
burns and frostbites you can rely on
Salvation 0.1. Price, 35 cents.
Tbe First It Maraball C'oanlv
IsnoiAL to TBI Arrait,.)
Holly Springs, Miss., September 3.
I he first bale of cotton from Mar
shall county was brought in today
from J.T Hill's farm, near Red Banks.
It claseed good middling and was
boaghtbyl. O. Levy for 13 IMUc.
We iiavb tiied Dr. Bull'a Cough
Syrup in our family and can assort that
it is tne best remedy fo a cmgh. or
cold ever introdnccd. .Price, 25 cents.
DANIEL At the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Cunningham, In Uempsteal, Texai,
August 26,1986, Mrs. Mat A. Daviil, wife
of the Per. I. J. Daniel, of Bryan, Teiai,
and mother ot the Rev. Eugene Daniel, of
A MONTH, Affi.'Wt,fM. ff ntiAfil
iB( fcrtlfW- ti "ii w .rM. 1 aamajin fVj. A4
r.J Y U HO N SON 1 IMrvluMAatnf
" THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS.
alotx among JCeturisl Dklctic
BRITISH. MEDICAL JOURNAL
May 31, 18S4.
OaUCrtrrvs, Jhrusfitti, tS'iH, n'al. Pealtn.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
TBK SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO. will
oept and forward, tree of charge, contri
butions for the relief of the iutfreri bj tee
Earthquake at Charleston, Smith Carolina.
Superintendent Bouibern Kxprtst Co.
Memphis, Tenn.. Hrpt. i, ISHii.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Miaiiasirn aicd Tkkkuhiik Rn.toin Co., 1
Memphis, 8eitemtwr i, lDttli 1
THE eompletion of ihe Yasooand Missis
sippi Valley K.K Imm Jeckion. Miss.,
to Qreapwood, Miss., Ol'KNS liP AN ALL
HAIL LINK, without brenk of bulk or trans
fer of freia-hr, to following named pointsi
Tssimi Illy. ", II. I.nkr, ;!
Hiiptt toil-, MilkVlllr, Nliurk.,trl,
I rbul. Hrlrn. 'ril(rr,hlli, HUina;
Uhirments to lindinrs near thee potnts
should be made Co nearett station naui.d
above. Your bn?ners is rriecUully so
licited over the M.andT. Uoad, a Ire'vht
roicbos its destination the fol'owine day ol
delireryatourdepo'. A.J. KNAP1',
Goneral Kreijcht Air.nf.
ask yonr retailor for tiieOrittnnl 93 Hhoe.
liownrenf lntitailooa. - ,
Kone Geooine anlcaa beuriua thloHcrtmp.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.4
JklaUe In Button, OonirreM Ki hw. Beit Calf
OiM tr. Contort and Apveai
ttnee, A rHMitalcftrl soiit to
as win Drmg you inrorm-
b nowiOKt'liiiw onuu ia
t r a. i
41 Uncoln 8U
Thta slioo atanda hlirher tn theesHmatlon of
Wearm then any other In tho worui. Ttimt
snnds who wear It wlUUiU you llu ruaaon U you
L 0. TYLKK.
W. T. STONE.
(Successors to Eokerly, Stone A 0o,t
ALSO, AGENTS FOR TUB
WINSIIIP COTTON GIN
4 AND PRESS,
268 Front Street, Memphis.
Orrtrs Mrhphib Oab I.tniiT CoiirT,l
MauPHia, Th.no I
BY order of the Board o hi x'tori of the
Memphis Mas Lislit l.'on i'' . made
July 5. 1HHH, a meeting oi lliesloo holders '
Slid couipany was called to be ccld on Mor
day,Uetober4, LS8t, at tbe office of the coin
pany, in Memphis, at 12 in to consider nai
act upon a rontraot maiie by the Doard e
Directors with Taxing District ol thlbj
county, a copy ot which contract has heel
sent by mail to each stockholder. In lurihtt
purru nce of s:iid order of the Hoard, notice
of said meeting is herohy Riven to the stock
holders oi raid company, and they ara earn
estly reiue;ted lo be present, or send proxies
with their instructions in to the vuting of
their stock upon tins proportion to aucept
or reject said ountract.
Secretary of Memphis ties Light Co,
September 1, ISSB.
Ileal Estate anil Hciital A- ent,
f)A MADISON STREET Spenial atten
ZlJ tion kivbu tn the payine of all back
tuxrs, unci with ovor i'O yours' experience,
correctness and satintaciion guaranteed.
W. II. 11UUHEY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACH
Olllce, o'Mi M it I ti Street,
First Door South of Enginchouso.
arsrStrict attention given to all business In
rusted to his care.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire, Wind. Walrr and I Isrhtnln
proor. Suitable for ail kinds ef buildings.
For prices and estimates at factory rates,
oall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MP'O CO.,
438 k U0 Main at., and 21 23 Mulberry it..
Headquarters tor Iron Fenoei and Cresting,
Ciaivanlied Iron Cornice. Tin Hcofs A Stoves.
J. P. HOLST & BBO.
(SUCC'ISHOBS TO 0. H. HOLST A BBO.
HTB BKflOVEU Tit
Xo. 33i SECOND MT., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and con plots ito'k of Wood and
Melallle u'ases and Caskets, Clnth-Oov-ered
(Jasketa and Iinrml Kohes always oa
hand. ssar.Orderl by tekrrsnh iroptiy
w u g J;
y n n ;
I And jj
LA. B y ;
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229-231-233 MAIN STREET.
rreparatory to building a New Storehouse upon our lot on tho corner ot Main and Jeflorson St.,
we nave moved our W110LESALK istock to the spcious warehoused heretofore, known as the
Clay UuildiitK, 2i5, 2:11 and 2:t.'I Main street, where we will eontiiiue our WHOLESALE business
until the new liouso is eomitletotl. We havo now more spare and better iaeilities lor doirg busi
ness tltiin wo had iu the oul store, and can assure our natrons and the trade generally tuat we
are in a belter position to serve them than ever.
Our stocks are much larger than any wo havo ever had, and nearly all purchased before the
late advances were made in prices an advantage that wo have determined to at least share with
our customers. Keinember, we guarantee the price ot every article wo sell to ho ai low as It
can be bought in tho United States.
Saturday, Sept. 4, 1886,
COMMENCING at 1(1 a.m., on the prem
le, K. J. lllack. executor and admin
istrator of Mrs. M. A. ttlsckwell, deceased,
will sell at pulilio auction, all tne household
and kitchen furniture now In house formerly
occupied by said decedent In the town of
Uartlett, T.nn. Alan, al same time will seJI
ahorso and ruokaway. Terms Cath.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
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Have ntlilfd Ibis arnaon a full
line of t hranrr Uradoa of
Ni l TABLE FOR
Jobbing and Supply Trade.
6Citalo;rac a n'lpil free lo any address
on iipplicat oa to
ZELLNER & CO.
300 MAIN ST.
WO cnrrlillllr rerotflBln4
Votirfa AMhehmt tmmertf
knuwn tc uti jt ounm iImi-s
W linve lold eonl'1r
JMe.anilln every ttb u
uglvin utiiUt tlt-n.
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Iludton. N. Y.
mi. It. L. LASKI,
rhyalclnci, Snrictin unci Arcnaclicr,
RESIDKNCB AND OFFlOIt,
3t:i Malu Nfri-et, lNitr Haifiu
Telephone No. Wt.
STEAM ICK CREAM MANUFACTORY,
Blusirt OH Hcaln WI.. Wfinplil.. Trea
MPIIKTr.n ITATCRAI. F.FFrRVE.
tlf.NT MIN:KAt, WTK. VHOM
BIRRKHHOKN. UNKXtliLKH rua
FAMILY I'SB UKCIIMMKNO
KD BY TUB
lllheel Bedlrnl Aulliorlllo.
Bole A rents for Memphis,
JA(SIIH at WAstMt.TT.
Koch's Pat. Store
NIIFIAIXU t. di u.tnl.lo to meotany rod
orbusness. It is cbenpsr fan obi nvlo. fan
be put up b any one. I'urqunli'd fur
1'aulry aud Uuols Mii'lvc. Au.lreis
KOCH A. II. CO., Mlr
S41 Ml Nr., I'i;witl, ILL., or,
Nliiiniema UrilasiK'e it, l.niiis.Vii,
Drug Store lor Sale.
DRIIOfiTOTtB, 75Ch'rtes'on avenim, .lo
in a Srsl class I'rascripliou nd liraer
Bu'lnoss. Good raaaonj for llirtf. Apply
Boots and m
g jft o'swIItiINJ
VShm Cbosloftl i
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
, OEFICE Boom 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Building. Telephone MS.
AN.1ETN. I IMm
Horlh Brltlah aind Her. rqnltnhla of Haah villa IT.M
ntntlU (nearly) fS1.Ono.000 Huaavllle) sf HnomTlllA. lta,S)a
WeaieaMi.rof Hw fork I.IS'i.rtnt I rtioanla of Hrosiljrn (Ma-
Vnlan of sjaliiornlie .. I,iua,ti64 rine Department) 4,tt,M
American Nnrety (enipany, Hstklnc Bnnda of nrelyahlis.
All olasses of property Insured, f pedal Attention glrea to Insartng Country Bteraa.
New York Life Insurance Co.
NOTE A Nil HTOCK I1ROKF.K
(a. I I I F.NMOHH TO M. I.. I t..), JlsllBKHN UF
27ff MhIw Mrffl.Opp. Court. BqwHro. Mewpliln. Tsmiii.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. B. 601) WIS, Pretn. J. M. G00UB1B, Ylee-Preat. C. H. RAISE, CukleBs
2E3omrc of kllraotorn,
. 8. BRUCI.
J. H. OOODBAJt.
?HAfcIR8 ft If IT,
sjsjtAV JMSaaiS4ry r ine niaa str i.nsm.m, i-ranaiuiia n wsaw
HnaJnoaa mm Blvas) MwlaJ AtlanttM to Oollswtlnsaak'
W. A. HIHITII, Proprietor.
i 1T.?$?' -0 KNT
'..St'- k::&VsM Kale Eclipse Matlfr lnn,
V-iV: 'M $tifj$m l'laln 10-Inch Ulu, anil
ii -'M i J rVfi'' ' HOl'TIIEHU MTAWnAHIs PHKMM.
MMr4M r?l r 'i'"'"; Prlr. at Factory. IOO.nl I10.
KriWfif7 AlUsm hEU) C'OTI'OX CLEANERS.
' It- JU1 'tr?;' MP All kinds of Cllns Repaired. (Special
i. 'V-TKsW7!ci-v't Discount to tbe 'irde.-
-V.. A i 'JC'X-X '
IiIllQi Ik mm
Dry Goods Notions, Hosiery
GEKTLEMEU'S FURNISHUIG GOODS,
Not. 320 and 328 Main
asrVR mtock or rii.L Ar winter govds is large an noil
CUMFLKl'K THAN SVslfi HaYONH. and our prices will oompara with those cfany beaas)
la tbe United il tales, Ba are Agents for
Tunefuiee Maaafsctarliii; Co.'i IMaldg, Drllla, Sheetlnf, Shlrtlar, Etei
' ' rsSMMow a cvjk.ijJi.t
And Commission Merchants,
Jfoa. SI and SO Madlaon Street, IffemphlMj
MBM Mf GOAL
- - - - onr oi lots aeiiToreu in in. curat T,rj ,"w
'Me to th'.-n who des re to try It, NpoeliU Kle to all tolnta on MatlroaU
leailiiiu oul r n iiilila. lasJU
P. M. IPATTERSON f& CO
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AVERY GIN CO.
A. NiiiIIIi'm I'nt. Ncimralor.
Sill nnil nil.i Front HI., Nfmplils, Tsui
HT THE nAHRI'L OH C'AR-5 OKI
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