MEMPHIS, TENN.. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 18S(i.
VOL. XLVI NO. 210
PATTERN AftD PHELiaf.
THE JOINT DISCTSSIOX AT BOLI-
YAR TESTER!) AY.
Tbe Two Aspirants for Congres
sional Hoaorg Define Their
ISriCIlL TO THI 4PFI1L.I
Bolivab. Tbnn., September 7. The
joiDt discussion at I his plfci today
Detwea Col. Josiah Patterson aud
Mr. James Fbelai w listened to by
!a-ee crowd of Democrat?. Th
tpeakingwas well advertised, and, it
oeing tue nrst aay ni toe uircuit von",
Drotutut out an ti trnaiir large audi.
eocc. Tbe speaking commenced at 11
MB. JAM W FHELAK
makinnthe fl s: rpeech, which occu
pied something over one honr. Mr.
Pbelan eaid that bis position upon the
wrin ana ciair dui ma been mierep-
ies9ntea 10 tbe uemocra s 01 llrde
man county. He said he was opposed
10 collection any more tfxes from cne-
tom duties than was absolutely
necessary to defray tne expends
of tbe government economically
administered. He denied that he was
in favor of a protective tariff, and said.
He was not there to refund the doc
trine of protection. Be admitted tbe
i-nequanties of the tariff laws, and did
not propose to detenu tnem. tie ad
vocated tha adjustment cf the tariff so
as to afford the greatest amount o!
protection to Southern industries and
tbe least amount to northern in
dustries. Ho be proposed to do
this was not stated. A cons'df-r
able portion of his time was coneumed
in an tttott to snuw tual Senator
II errs wa-i opposed to bis nomina
tion, and was recpoosible for tbe can
didacy of Co). Patters in. Although
be said Senator Harris was opposed to
mm, ne paid ttiat Oistlncu'tnea. gen
tleman a glowing tribute and deuied
having any bad feeling tward bim.
He mid he was net now. and hd
rover been, in favor of tbe Blair bill.
When Mr. Pbelan closed
C L. PATTERSON
took tbe stand and was greeted with a
ronnd cf anp ausp. Uol. Patterron
darned tbat he f bis friends had been
influenced by animosity to Mr, Pbe
lan personally, but expressed the
kindest personal feelings for him. He
eiid that his candidacy had been in
ouced by the fact that Mr. Phelan'
views upon certain po itical iasues
were not in ace rd withtbe viewsof the
large ma-s of the Democrats voters in
th s Congressional district and that
there was a principle iovo'ved. He
then made a lengthy and exhaustive
argument on the tar.ff, which ws
pronounced by all who heard it one of
tbe timet arguments wtiicn hs ever
been made in this county. His de
nunciation of the inequalities of the
existing tariff and of the great in
justice which was beitg done
ihe mssses of the people by
tbe operations of the protective
tanu system were neaituy applauded
Ool. Paiterfon read from tbe editorlel
of the Avalanche, chowine its position
npon the tariff and tbe Blair bsll, but
Mr. inelan denitd tbat be was re
sponsible for tbe utterances of his
paper and requested CM. Patteson t
read an . artic.e from tbe Avalanche,
stating that tbe editor of that
paper differed with Mr. Phelan
upon these queetions, which was
done. Col. Patterson also bitterly
opposed tbe B air bill. He opposed
it because of its unconstitutionality
and btcatue it interfered with tbe
right of the States to manage theirown
local affairs. He stid he believed the
people of the States knew better what
laws were for their interests than did
Congress, and wanted the right of lo
cal self government ktpt intact. In
this connection he reieried to the fact
tbat Eagland had been making laws
ior ireiana, out Uir, tbe Irish
were rieiog in their might and
asserting the God given right of local
self government and deserved the
sympathy of the American people in
onupgu lur iiscuuiu. i
xuo speecu wm wen received ana
impressed tbe audience with tbe fact
tnat uol. ratteraon was a strong de
bater and a gentleman of marked
ability. A large majority of the audi
ence were for Palterton and a large
majority of the Democra's of tbis
county favor his nomination.
IBFIOIAI. TO Till! AFFIlL.l
Bolivab, Tenn., September 7. In
the gladiatorial contest between Col
Patterson and Mr. Pbelan here today
tne general impression was tbat rne
lan had made a hit Patterson had
made speeches here before, and bis
friends claim him to be a good ttump
er. He fully maintained this reputa
tion, but their farther claim that
Phelan could not bold his own is
not jmtiued by tbe facts. On the
tariff, Phelan threw Patterson on the
defensive and forced bim to declare
agaicst the Chicago platform. Phelan
warned him that-Cleveland, in bis an
nual message, bad expressly taut the
question ol free trade against protec
tion is not now at irsue, and invited
him to enter into a discussion against
a Kepublican tariff before a Demo
cratic audieme. Pattwson fell into
the trap, and made the usual anti
war tariff speech, going into
details ; all of which Phelan
had claimed in no respect af
fected his position oa the Question.
Phelsn said he stood on the Chicago
piatiorm, wnicn called for incidental
protection within the limits of a rev
enue levied for the purpose of an
economically administered even gov
ernment. He favored such a discrim
ination as wonld favor Southern in
dustries now just struggling to their
feet. On tbe Blair bill be defined his
position, and Patterson in reply took
exactly the same position.
Patterson took a square position in
favor of free trade, discarded the Chi
cago platform and protection in all
forms and fhape. He insis'.ed on
holding Phelan responsible for the ut
terances of the Avalanche, and said
that had it not been for the course of
tbat paper toward Senator Harris be
would not now be a candidate.
Pbelan detailed the steps by which
James Harris had withdrawn from
tbe race, the manner and the way in
which l'a'tereon bad become a can
didate. He read extracts fro a a card
signed by Patterson, and taid that
Col. Patteison had plsced himself on
such a dizzy alt tuue tbat it made
the head of an ordinary man swim to
look up at him. He deprecated tbe
idea that he could . make any
attack on Senator Harris and ex
hausted his elcquence in speaking of
him, hut laid Senator Harr s bad not
the right to ruthlessly interfere in (his
race, merely because of minor differ
ences of opinion on political issues.
Co.'. Patterson admitted tbat he was
making the race with Senator Hani
approval and that Senator Harris did
not want a man to f to Congress
from this district not' in accord . with
him. Phelan said he had no war to
make on Senator Harris, bat that he
proposed to enter in a reepectful bnt
firm manner, bis public protest against
senator Harris s ngntto put anybody
for Congress in tbe field,'
As a gneral eummina up I can siy
that Phelan astonished and delighted
his frier d. His opponents think bim
mora dangerous Hun ever in this
county and bis friends are now mora
solid and uncomnrom'8it,gthn before
Co). Potterdon is suppsitd by the
most ii lliiential men at B jlivar and
was freauentlv cheuied. But his lol
lowing is not compact, and while bis
friends are hearty and warm they are
not enthas'aa'ic With heavy odds
to contend with, l'helxn held his own
He introduced himtelf to the audience.
Both candidates leave on the next
train for Mmphts.
6 ridden Death of an Old (Itlatn
Iwi New Bale.
lariouL to thi ArriiL.l
Jackson, Tbnn., September 8. Mr,
D. Stephens, one of Jackson's old
and highly es-eemed cit sans, was
found dead in his bed tuis mortice.
The cause of h!s death is supp sod to
nave teen ia;ung down a steep pair
of steps ltst Monday night. His phy
sician and eonie friends were with him
Jat night, aad ltfthim resting easy,
and thought be wonld toon bs up and
al right, bat when the physician
called between 10 and 11 o'clock tbis
miming to his surprise be foond him
d-tad. He was a widower, and roomed
alone. No one was witb him wnen
be died. Tbe deceaetd wa? a brother
of Col. AY m. H. Stephens, formerly of
this city and Memphis, but now of
Ualiioruia, well known as one of Ten
nessee's most chitiuguiihed sons. He
leaves one child, a daugUer, jaet
blooming into womanhood.
Tbe firct bale of co:toa cf the searon
was brongbt in this marring by Mr.
Frank Wright, of the Tenth Civil Dis
trict, this county. It c arssd s net
middling and cold to A. & 0. White A
Co. fct lOJc per pjuad. A few hours
later another bale was brought in bv
James Mason, of the Ninth D etricc,
tnis county, classed strict middling
and sold to JJulree s (iates at 9
ST. LOUIS POLITICS.
A Vast Deal
of liad Blood Devel
St. Louis, Mo., September 7. The
sfate of politics in Ss. Louia and imme
d ate vicinity baa become somewhat
exciting during tbe laet lew days aud
has developed a vast deal of bad blood
Tbe Glover and anti Glover fight in
tbe ?wntb, District has perhaps fur-
nisbed toe greatest amount ot excre
ment. Saturday a free fight was in
dulged in at the meeting of tbe Con
grecsional Committee, which resulted
in a number of broken heads and
blackened eyes, and in which 1 But
ler, a well known ward vo'Stlcian. had
a rib brorei and rwined other se
vere injuiies. lesterday several
p tchrd battles were indulgsd in at
the Glover primariei in tbe First. Sec
ond and Third Wards, the faction
which won the fight invari.b'y refus
ing to permit the vanquished ta vote.
Tniswsulted in two primaries being
neid in eacn ward ana contesting dele
gations being sent to the convrntion
which met today. Hardly bad the
excrement over the primaries sub
sided when the day's turbulence wai
rounded oct by tee snooting of Con
stable James F. Byan by Billy Goo!y,
a ward rounder, from the effects uf
which By a a died thid afternoon
Across the liver, in Eitt St. Louis, at
fhirj are in etill worae shene. An
election for City Clerk and Police
Judge was held today and was marked
by an nnusaal amount of fighting. At
some of the polling places voters were
arbitrarily bmdered from voting wbi e
all other challengers were uoceremo-
ninnn'v thrown nnt Tho mnat rnn.
spicuous ejectmeot of this kiad was in
tne f ouriQ naro, wnereiage Licunis
ana n'S cnallenger, jonn Moore, were
overwhelmed by tbe opposition against
tnem and were tnrown into tne
Altogether political affairs have as
sumed an interesting phase.
lbe Uongres.-ional Convention of
the Ninth District nominated Hon
John M. Glover for Congress this
evening. The convention decided
that tbe candidates who opposed Mr
lilovers nomination and who were
bet ten at tbe primaries yesterday
were not entitled to lepresentation,
and Mr. Glover was then nominated
Menry Wattenon'a Movement,
Louisville, Ky September 7. Mr.
Henry Watterson has written home
that be And bis family are on the eve
01 starting to ran, wbere they will
remain a while. At the time of writ
ing thev were in Switzer'and. They
win sail on tne Zdd, 01 Uctober. and
will reach home tome time about tbe
first week of November. .
Mb. J. A. Prick. DeDUtv Insnnctor.
State Tobacco Warehouse No. 5, Balti
more, Aid., cordially recommends Ha
vation Oil for neuralgia. Price 25
Newark, N. J.. September 7. A
safe in J. G. Harrison's commission
store, at No. WI Broad street, was
r.iDDeu cy a sneak tbief vesterdav.
wno secured booty valued at over
f .'0,000. The stolen DroDortv constats
of two city loan bonds, Nob. 440 Bnd
441, of $1000 each, due September 20,
ist, ana drawn to tbe order of tbe
Second Pre.-byteiian Church, of which
Mr. Harrison is treasurer; several
bank books belonging to tbe same
society, and a nrte for $400. Payment
on the securities has been flopped.
No other remedy has Droved so
effectual in removing c ugbs and colds
as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Horrible Trncedy In Iowa.
Cedar Rapids. Ia.. September 6. A
West Union special to tbe Hetmblican
gives details of a horrible tragedy, six
miua went ot West Union, Fayette
county. Henry Smith, a German, 19
years old, killed an old farmer named
Abiam Peek with a c ub. Ho fatally
injured Mrs. Peek, seriously wounded
A. Leonard with pistol shots fired into
the house, and attempted to fire the
house. The only reason given for the
deed was a quarrel about payment for
II avb been using Tongaline upon a
patient who hHS been saffering with
nerfralgia for fifteen years; the efTect
was lemarkable. It gave immediate
relief. K. T. Connaliy. M.D.. Moun
tain Fork, Ark. ,
THE ARKANSAS ELECTIONS
TBE ENTIRE STATE DEMOCRATIC
TICKET ELECTED BY A
Largely Increased Majority Whisky
Victories In All Counties Where
, Temperance Was aa Issue.
ISPIOIAL TO T8I APflAL.I
Little Rock, Ask., September 7.
The Arkama Gazette ban special elec
non returns irom thirty of the sever
ty-nve crunties of the SUte at
o'clock tonight, and although no o'
ficial ioforiua ion can be drawn from
any of tbena, all show that the Demo
erf tic Stite ticket baa beld its own in
each county, and has made a gratify
ing increase over former years in thosa
heretofore going against the ticket.
Fspecially is this tbe case in Wash
ington county, the home of Judge
Gregg, Republican candidate for Gov
ernor, and which has long gone wrong
on the State ticket. It gives a clear
mortty for Hughes tbistime.
White county, the home and hot
bd of tbe political Wheel, elects
Wheeler County Sheriff and gives
majority for Cunningham. Had the
canvass lasted two weeks longer the
Democrats would have ousted the
Wheel and righted the vote of that
Nevada county, the home of R K
Garland, the fa her of Greenbackiem
and which contains tbe r lira 8
every communistic element ot all ot
position to the Democratic psrtv,
sticks to its antcedeots and g:es for
me ureenDacK-ttepubiicao ticke
Jackson county, although fostering
tbe leadeia of the political Wbee',and
which has been most thoroughly ran
va'sed by tbat element, gives Hughes
a nanasome majority.
Judge O. . Mtchell, Repnb'ican
candidate lor uircuit Jud of th
Twentieth Judicial Dirtrct, is elected
by a small vote. 1 be district is Ke
nublican and he, although a turncoat
Democrat, got in by the skin of bis
Garland's c unty, in which Hot
Springs is situated, gives a straight
democratic majority, tne n-st lor fif
teen years. The county also decides
to do without liquor for two years.
In all counties where the temper
ance question was made an issue the
wbieky men have won decisive major
ities. Crawford county, heretolore
electing a mixed ticket, gives astraight
majority lor tne party ot the pe pie
jonosoa coaniy ditto.
rrevioui predictions concerning
muu majority for the Democratic car-
ty in tnia county still bold good.
The prohibition and whisky men
had a row down in Campbell town
ship, resulting in tbe ballot Ijdx being
Drugni 10 tne tny today contaiamg
only one solitary vote and that cast
for Oliver. The Democrat) have mag
nanimously oflared to reive the Repub
licans an iney emm in tne townsnip
in cam the poll boxes tan not be
. Hawkins Defeated.
The Democrats Of filin- . slppl caun
y were so nap jy yesterday that the
a: ate 01 Amai gas was hardly big
enongb to bold. them. They defealed
Sheriff W. B. Haekins, of Osceola
rounty, who was a candidate for
Sheriff, by about SOO majority on
Monday, ana as the returns poured
in Li'tle Dsmocrat Sullivan's brss
cannon, which bad been bor
rowed for the occasion, loomed
incersantly. Tbe vote of the
county was about 18C0, and
the entire Democratic ticket was elect
ed. J. E. Reddiek, of Greene rounty,
was elected Judge of tbe Second Cir
cuit; W. Bard Edringfon, Prosecuting
Atorney; H. T. Blyth, Representa
tive; li. u. itozzeii. uounty Judge;
W. 8. Hayts, Sheriff and Collnotor:
Hugh R McVegh. Circuit Court
Clerk; Pat H. Clay, County Sutveyor;
james lsuiu, county Treasurer; J,
m. iawrence, uoroner, and B. L. Hill.
'iheelectlon passed offqnletl v. Thire
Was only one serious ditlicaity. Jos
Holm' b and John Wesley, one a Re
publican, the other a Democrat, be
came involved in a annccity near tbe
voting placeatNodina about a woman,
Dg their pistols, fought
tueir pistols, fought a
el at short range. Both
were mortally wounded, the bullets
taking effect in tbe abdomen. Holmes
ran tff and bid in a graveyard cloeo
by, but tbe pain became so
art at that be bred his pis ol off to
summon assistance alter he bad been
in hiding a snoit lime. There was
tbe greatest excitement, however, all
over the county, eo much indeed tbat
tbe Mavor of Uaceoia deemed ii rru
dent to keep the saloons closed until
4 0 clock yesterday evening.
The interest centered in tbe election
for Sheriff. There was a deep deter
mination on tbe part of the Demo
crats to beat Ilaskins, and they laid
awake nights to do it. A desperate
enort was made, it was successful
and Haekins was completely broken
up by the result. He gave way en
tirely when tbe result was announced
aDd would not ba comforted.
Haskins moved to Mississippi
county f-om Osceola about fifteen
years ego and has been Sheriff for the
past eight years. He has not affiliated
with either party, but baa managed to
carry the darkies nearly tolid, and
enough whites to elect him, although
tbe whites are in the majority. He
has made a national reputa'ion as an
olficer, and it ia eaid of him tbat
no criminal has ever sought safe
rtfug thire nor any crime
commi'fed tnere gone uowhfpt of
usi ice. He is a natural born detective
and has unearthed numerous thieves
and murderers, not only in bis own
but in other par s of the State. Tbe
o mgrces hung at Marion
last Friay were discovered and
convicted on evidence procured
by bim. He to k a piide
in his work, and was utterly tiieleas
in the pursuit of bis prey. He
employed cs deputies a lot of men
who are declared to have been tbe
11 in of the earth, and their dishon
esty caused the recent prosecutions
against him for failure to account for
funds collected. He borrowed about
$15,000, mortgaged his hointt and
worked here a nailer for re-election.
Deapernte haracier Arrcaled Hen-
tented to the Penitentiary.
Israelii, to thi irriiL.I
Knoxvili.e, Tknn., September 7.
eorge H. Hynd, a dtsporate charac
r and wanted for the murder of Wm.
Kennedy several weeks aao, was snr
rounded in a barn, four miles from the
tv. by a posse of police at daylight
this ntorniog and arrested.
Richard J. Luttereu, a Justice of the
Peace, was 8-?ntnced lo the peniten
tiary for three years ior urging names
of alleged witnesses to criminal war
rants and thereby increasing the bill
Ben Jones was shot and mortally
wounded by Ben Robinson at Mount
Verd last night. Robinson accused
Jnrei of undue intimacy with his
THE STATE CAPITAL.
Medina-1 Rale rnnda for Charles
IsriOIAL TO THI APFIA1..I
NAfHviLtjr, Tbnn., September 7. A
meeting tf cit'iens was held today,
Mayor Kercheval presidirg, to devise
a method of raisirg fu d 1 fur Charles
ton. Commit' 0 s were appointed to
canvats the city fcr funds,;ar-d will go
A rani'ary commission, cnmiting cf
T. B. Snipes r f Jackson, J. V. Falker
boo of Comord, and Campbell B'nun
of Spriughill, met today. Gov Bate
refened to tbe comuiiion a let er
f'om Dr. Simmon, U.iited fc-ta e
Veierina'ian, recommending tbe rais
ing of tbe quarantine existing since
January hsi year, over the Htiiii toa
herd of cattle at Jackson. Tne com
mission, after consideration, united in
approval cf the recommen tation and
the Governor wi i make tbe order at
A FEARFUL CRIME.
Three Children Brained by Their
TSPICCUL TO Till AFFK1L.I
Chattanooga, Tbnn., Septembar 7.
A spec al from Gadsdn, Ala , giv.s
details of au awful ciime wbirh has
juit cimeto light there. Gabe Wa'ta,
a colored man, 1 ved about two miles
f'om that place with tune children,
aged ten, eleven and twelvo years,
respectively. He had often
sta'ed that he was tired of supporting
children, but would not a' low them
to work for any one, and teemed to
have a lmror of let. ing luem be
bound out to white ft romp. A few
nigbts since be procured a heavy
wooden club and while they s.ept te
brained them with the bludgeon.
Thinking they were all dial he cov
ered their forms with o'd bed quilts
and set them cn fi e. The light
of the fire attracted the atten
tion of two men passing by
the house, who biavely enured the
burring building and diagged the
bodies of three children from the
flames. Two of them were dead aud
the third has a fnclurtd ekull end
can't recover. Wa'ta is in jiil and has
made a full confession ol li s awful
NnVWrlbe for the "Appeal"
O'NEIL On Tuesday. Bciifember t.
at tha reaidenca of hia Diren'i. Micharl
O ami., ton ol Jamea and Aluaaia UK oil,
ai4 1U montha.
Funeral this (WEDNESDAY) a'tornoon at
3 o'clock. Priotid. nf th family Invited.
X 1 Ka.im.nt. II. B. K. nf P. Ii
Tha imiuandsia ol Toddb Dl-f$
vision. No. 1 1 Hn and Division. No.
2, and Proxra.t Diviaion, No. 6, ars
ordered to renort with their retnect-
Ive divttione, in full dresa uniform, at Castle
Hall. 205 Mum itreet. nf. 4 n'clupk ih.ri to
day. 11. KKIOUMANN, Lieut. Col.
K. A. Taylor, Adjutant.
Dkhooratio Oiinorih-ionaI. Cohmittri,
Tkntu District or TNNaH.
September 7, 18"fl.
TUB Convention of thin Tliatrlot wlH tt
mhl In lh .! ni Ml.' VI KM IH at th.
EXPOSITION lilULUING. at 12 o'olook m. I
on tUDAK, HUr 1EMBKK 17, 1K8K, for tha
purpose of nominating a candidate for Con
arere. The varioul County Committed will
pleaae take notice and leleot thoir deloxatet
-.ootdinglT, takini as abasia of apportion
ment the Demoorutio CoDgroaaionnl vote for
1HH4, eleetioa one delegate for etch 100 votee,
and one delegate for eah fraction of fifty
voles or over thereof. By order of the commute-.
C. A. 6TAINHACK, Chairman.
H. W. Bafttht, Secretary.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, lb8.
Coooa. from whfihtho ozcom of
Oil hu been removed. It haa thre
timegthe ttrengtK of Cocoa niliod
with H lurch, Arrowroot or Huar,
aud ! therefore fur moreecoiiom
icfil, costing If $9 than one cent a
cup. It la dcficloufi, nourlfiiiliiir,
nRthenlng, ensily dlifeiiU'd,
nuu atlmlrahly ndapted fnrlnval
lsaa well on for pernon m hoaltn.
Sold bjr Crocf m cTcrywheree
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couple e than ernr, eoinpriaina not only
uidi durable ann itylian goo n, wnicn we oaer at low nt;urea.
T Til V. TlllK vi off.r anacial Inducements. Carrvinr moat, nf nar mnn. in
KOI. ID SI 7.KS. we are urenared to fill order.''
eoaljlini MoronanU to till ia without beinir compelled to buy goodi not needed.
Acenta fortbeCclrbrat.il W. I. laonalnagri W.n'a Calf Rhora anil S3
Hoja' Nhora lit nil alylra.l
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MFO "J7H3EIES 'JL,'lb&js.lBlE&.
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wo have moved our WHOLESALK stork to tho Npacioim wh rehouses heretoloro known as tho
Clay liuihlinpc, C'J'., J:U and 2.1.1 Main street, where wo will continue our WIIOLESALK himiness
uutil the new house U competed. Wo have now more spare anil better facilities for doing busi
ness than we had in the oid store, and can assure our patrons aud the trade generally taut we
are in a better position to servo them than ever.
Our stocks are much larger than any we have ever had, and nearly all purchased boforo the
late advances were made in prices an advantago that wo have determined to at least share with
our customers, lfemember, we guarantee the price ot every urticlo wo sell to ho ft low as it
can be bought in the United States.
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DtTlnvitea Correapandence and Intorvlew.
ESI Alll.IStl KI 1872.
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on application to
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Pbyglclnn, Snrceon and Acconcher,
RESIDBNCK AND OFFICB,
313 Main Nireet. IVear Union
Telephone No. HH.
To Real L'ntate Owners and Agontf.
LJAHTIK3 havinr tidewalki to pat down
u will End it to their Interest toapplylo
W. B. liOCKKY, 2 Madieon, or ihop, 318
pecond. i'oniracior lur Stewart I Urano
II. W. LKATII.
FALL AND WINTER WEAR 13 MOUB
lbe beat anil nneat but alao lull linea of mea
ior aiiecial aiiea at NO EXTRA CO.iT. thua
U v i. JO i iU 1111 i.i i JJ v (Di.iL if jyj
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OEFICE Boom 1 (new) Cotton
rth Rrltlab Ptud Mai"
..Mill. I .
l 1 It J.nna
Wua..lriir Mew Turk
Vulaa of t'alltoruln ........ l,litA,ttt
Amerloaa nrty Compitny, Mnklntr Honda of Harelrahliv
AU alauai of property Iniared. Hpeclal Attention tlren to Inmrlni Country SUrM.
New York Life insurance Go.
nots Ann NTora riokek.
W. N. BROWN,
2fG Front Ntreot. :
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
I. B. GODWIN, Pres'U J. M. 001)UAK, Vlee-PreVt. C. H. BAINE, CaakkaJ
Iajrct of Dirotor.
J. H. GOOUBAB.
f, B, 8IM8.
W. B. BMJCB.
H . NK
J urn tttflna
0. B. BRYAN.
MTA IM.lt4Jry of tho Rtet of Tibiiwm, Trauaelf Vtaeral ItoBmiP
maw & em
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphii,:Tenn.
ar-Arit RTW'ROP FA I.I. Ar WINTER OltH IK I. A ROCK ANO MORI
COMPI.KTK THAN KVltrl HUOKM, and oar prioei will oompare wiUa tbote of any boat,
in tha United Statu. We are AvenU fur
Teaaeaaee Manaractaring to.'s Tlalda, Drills, Sheeting:, Shlrtla?, Etc
And Commission Merchants,
lion. 84 and 8Q Matllgon tlirvot. yfemphlaj
ILII1MI SPLINT COAL
ratea to thnae who dtalre to try It.C'Jperlnl a.lt. to nil yolala on Katllruatl
lead lug- out f aftuiplala,
P. M. PATTERSON & CO
Esrhaoue Hulldlntr Tclcpbuuo if.
I Fqattahla of If a.hvltl 17.1
Huiallli of Uitnavlllo... KVSaC
IMioanla f Breklaa (.Via.
rine Department) 4,10.4at
: MtMiiplilix. IViiii,
u Ltit tin.
M vv rn
If O ftroti&
A. W. NKWHOM.
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. NmllaVMAl"nt. Nvpiirator.
Eagle Erllpgo llullor (Jlim,
l'lnln 10 'nch (Jin, and
HOI'TIIKRJI taTANDAHII PRIM,
I'rire at Fitotorr. 9100 and Hill.
ALLINON SEH) COT I ON ( LIAXER.S.
-All kind! nf (Una Repaired. Bpeclal
Uiacount to the Tmde.a
KOI and !t9.'t lroi.t Ml ... Mrinlila, Trnm
RT TIIF RARRKI. OK CAR-B OR I
k.ppiil Int. dllvir.fl in tha I'iirlt Tnrv In
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