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BOB A.D ALF AT ATEEJS
THE CANDIDA.; c;stlB for
. to bring
The Monotony cf the Die
Broken by a Couple of Fisi ,
ISFUCUL TO TBI APPIlL.I
Athbns, Tuns., September 10 The
ioint discuss'on bstwean theGub-:r
nato ial candidates was held today a
the residence of Col. IVizzard, rne
ba'f mile from town. Alf took the
ros'rom first and went iato bis speech
in a spirited manner and atUckid the
Democracy ia a wicked way, while
Bob eat back cool as a May rn:rnlng
with bis mouth puckered up and
looking at Alf out of one eye. The
crowd was at high heat, and cries far
Bob , and then lit Alf were
veiled f om the asaemblai;?. Sad'
denly a fight brake out by ti
g and itand and all was commotion
Friends rushed to the reacue of friends
and some tried ti interrupt Alf. Alt
stopped and this let the restraint off
th 3 crowd. Bjb,quiekisflifh, jumped
1 3 his feet and cried out in a tremulous
voice: "I demand the attention c
this assemblage for my .brother; s:
down." Cheers followed, but in
moment ancther fight occurred, and
after s me little time was f tipped and
order restored. When Alt naa cin
eluded Col. Bob iust rofe. and. with
cynical smilp, started after Alf with an
anecdote that htted the o.-casion well
was evident thst he would control the
atsernblage before he had tone far.and
he did. After the speaking Alf was
taken quite sick, and was supported
by Col. Bob to his room in CoLBiz-
zard's house, where be was placed on
a bed, and it wis eome time before he
was in a condition to speak comlorta'
bly. Bb nursed him and joked wiih
mm, ana ne win soon an rigui. joi,
Bjb opened his speech thus:
Ladies atd Gentlemen, and Fellow
Citizens of the County of MnMinn
! The many faces which I look in todav
(here a bench broke down) ' lhere.
be said. "I've floored the Republican
party."- Laughter. "I nay many of
the faces in which 1 lcok are familiar
to me; the old tovn of Athens
f imiliar, too, for the first lessons of
life learned in the old callege on tbe
hill and the sweetest memories of
my youth cling and cluster around
this town. I am e!ad to meet you."
He then- t'ok up tbe Republican
party, showed tbat tbe causes which
led to tbe impeachment of Andrew
Johnson were tbe most reckless viola
tioris of tbe provisions of tbe coneti-
tion denning tbe powers of tee i,ie;u
live. He showed how tbe Repub it an
party had defied the law ol the peo
-. plt-j and how they bad aeissd the) imb
ue ouices oi we government anu
what they couldn't At with bayo
nets tney aid wi n corruption
tbat after this party had shouldered i
debt upon Tennessee of $20,000,000
they became tbe champions of hon
esty and State credit; tbat after they
had robbed iennessee of ber school
fund they became the champions of
- TBE BON. ALF TAYLOR
arose and arraigned the Democratic
party for its oaition on free trade,
and followed bya vindictive attack on
the Democrats for their action
in tbe . electoral bill. "All your
prominent men," said he "voted
for ' tbe men who settled the
electoral bill. The blame at
tache to them. Dibrell, Young and
Atkins voted for it" He iid he
wasn't going lj be on the de
fensive, but proposed to meet tbe liv
ing issue of the present. He brought
up the Fan-Electric investigation, and
said tbe great principle maintained by
toe Republican party was that "the
States are supreme in nothing except
their rights tt bs S atss," and they
possess nothing but the attribute
of sovereignly and the prerojative
of nationality. His language on the
cause of hard tines is life, as reported
verbatim : "That which produces hard
times is an obstacle get'.mg betwann
tbe producer and the consumer, and a
healthful exchange of commodities Is
prevented end the result isa distressed
paralysis of confidence." He then
went on to ehow bow the stir
plus mn a ia tbe '.treasury was
accumulated and the constitutionality
oi its app loauon to school purposes,
In speaking of the tariff, lie said : "If
my competitor wants me to wear
English oroadeloth, smoke Havana
cigara and drink French brandy,
am yet content to wear home made
breeches, smoke American cigara and
drink old peach and honey."
A Republican Candidate Ont for
ISPlOIAb TO THE APPIAL.l
Birmingham. Ala.. September 10.
Daily papers here were authorized to
day to announce the candidacy of ii,
M. Long, Walker county, one of the
leading Republicans of this district,
for Congress. Mr. Long holds large
coal properties in this county and is
rich ou side of these. He looks to the
dissatisfac Ion of the protectionists
und workingmen with Capt. Bank
bead, the Democratic nominee, to put
bim in. He represented his county
in the Legislature and is strong in
Phelan Captures the Convention by
Three to One.
ISriOIAL BY TILKPHOKC.
Somkbvillb, Tknn., September 10
The Fayette County Convention met
today and seventy-live delegates were
selected to represent the county in the
Congressionaf.Senatorial and notorial
Convention, to be held in Memphis.
The convention was a large and en
thusiastic one, and out of the seventy
five selected fifty can be rut down
colid for Phelan, and possibly more.
Messrs. Phelan and Patterson ad
dressed tbe convention after the ad
journment. Phelan seems to be the
favorite in Fayette county. ' J. 8. R.
Cowan, of Moscow, wa nominated for
An Important Decleion.
Pan Francisco, Cal., September 10.
In February lest Frank Jaynes, gen
eral superintendent of the Western
Unioa Telegraph Company, was nl
Ftcaaed tt produce beforo Judge Ma
gnire, of tbe Supsrior Court, certain
telegrams which had passe i between
San Francisco and New York City,
eent by either of the various persons
to any one of
thn aua was
mt was i
,i,.-Jti ordered V
; wcfi for or o' P Vr Tortempt by
and was commit i r lo)Mrtiorari.
writ ol ba bea Satfrior Court
The proceedings oi J(, by
T ' .
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
l'OISDFXTKK Dl.W BEAOMI
AATtd TOR CUUHi:M.
8erlooi Cntttns; aflTray Between
Merchant and a Farmer Both
Fartlee UaM Hurt.
Little Rock, Ark., f eptember 10
lhe Hon. rcinuoxter jJuno was toaay
rencminnted ft r Ccnzressman for the
First District of this is'.ate. tt Jones
bo o, on tbe firft ballot, receiving 35
of 33 ballot. Gen. D. C. Govan, his
only opponent, cariied only his
home ciunty for CoDgreesman fjr
the district, ' but the General
proved of no avail as ai opponent.
Col. Dunn is now serving bis fouith
term as Congressman, and will be re
turned next month by an almost unan
BEBIOPS CUTTING AFFBAY.
A rather eeiious tu'tiog affray oc
curred in this city today between one
B.T.Hammond, a frmer of t'uline
county, and Mr Tenence O'Doughei
tr, owner of a Fifth street feed s ore.
Hammond asked O'Dougberty for a
drink of water, and in receiving in
structions as to the location ol the
water pooler the feed store man
used language which riled
the ' gentleman from Saline to
such ex ent tint the tit o men clinched
and, before tfcey could be separated,
both had received dangeious wounds
from tbeir packet knives. O'Dough
erty's wounds being decidedly dau
gerous aud may prove fatal, Ham
mond, was arrested. O'Dnugheity is
an old printer and is well known in
all the principal printing shops of the
Another Fight among; tbe Repub
licans A Blooming Herniation.
lanaiAL to tbi appial.1
Chattanoooa, Tknn., September 10.
The Republican par y of this city is
about to get into another very inter
esting fight Primaries were held to
night to send delega'es to the conven
tion which arssmblt s tomorrow night
to nominate Candida' es for Aldermen,
to ba elected at the Octo
ber election. Two contesting
lists of delegates will have to be voted
on. Candidates representing the two
factions are out and the Cght will be
bitter. Tbe situation is lurther com
plicated by the Knights of Labor
ticket, all the names on which, are
The furnace t be ejected in this
city heretofore mentioned in these
dispatches is now in a fair way of
being built. A stock company is
being formed by gentlemen of means
who are pushing it forward most
actively, and it is believed the enter
prise will soon be begun.
A mechanic named Harrister, resid
ing in the Fifth Ward, mysteriously I
disappeared from his home Jaitr Sun
day, having $175 on his person. He
has not been heard from, aud it is be.'
neveu tnat ce has been assassinated
A blooming sensation is cow tne
talk in-a certain circle of the citv
Jones, a handsome book agent, has
peen very inenoiy with a Mr. Deeble
Deeble didn't like this, it is raid, and
me coup e uiu not get along very lov
mg y. icuay a diu jor divorca was
filed by Mrs. Deeble all tt'uiz cruelty,
Jones is supposed to be the cauee.
An Ii-.flnjof of Nashvlllo Killed
SPICUL TO TUB APPEAL !
Nashvillk. Tknn.. September 10.
News wai received here tonight that
Hooper Phillips, ex-Mavcr of tbis
city, was accidentally killef whilo
wltn a hunting party in Dakota. Phil
lips and a party of prominent railroad
men vent from here about ten days
ago;to shoot on the prairies of the
northwest. JN o par'Iculars.
Associated rrem DlHpatcli,
St. Paul. Minn., Sentembar 10. A
Pioneer Prm Aberdeen, D. T., special
says: A parly of Southern gentlemen
arrived here today with tbe remains
of C. Hooper Phillips, ex-Mayor of
jVasbvillp, Tonn. He was accidentally
buoi oy j as. rtains at jNine Mile tiike,
north of Brittan, D. T., today, while
Charted With a Terrible Crime.
Chicago. III., September 10-
Alonz) Plondin, leading juvenile of
Robert Bucharlaus Storm Baaten
Company, was arrested toniaht as an
accessory to an abortion. Dr. Albeit
E. Palmer was arrested as the prin
cipal, miss JUity Kober, JtSuchanan'a
leading lady, is at the Harrison Court
noiei in a critical condition iom tne
reeult. it is alletred. of their crime.
The particulars of the ehargej are too
revolting ior publication. Hlondin
and Palmer deny their guilt. Mies
Kitty Reber is a sister of Sallie Rober.
whose death about a year ago ia New
York under peculiar circumstances
created a great sensation.
The Vermont Eleetloni.
White' River' Jonction. Vtr.. Sep
tember 10. Uomplete returns from
the entire State give Ormsbee, Repub
lican, 37,681; Shartleff, Democrat, 22
089; Stely, Prohibitionist. 1832 ;
Greenback and scattering 289. The
Representatives elected are divided
politically as follows: EJmunds Re
publicans, 155; anti-Edmunds Repub
licans, 0; straight Ropublicaoe,45; Pro
hibition Republicans, 2: straight
Democrats, 29; Edmunds Democrats,
4. In two towns no Representatives
The Nevada Democracy.
Elko. Nkv.. SBDtamW in The
Democralio State Convention today
adopted a platform indorsing the
ignis of laboring mnn. initi.rninir
Cleveland'a administration, except on
the silver question, opposing Chinese
uimigration ana lavonng tnn reopen
ng of the Carson Mint. J. M. Adams
was renominated for Governor, T. J.
Bell for Lieutenant Governor, J. T.
Urady for Secretary of Ktt. .Tnrrv
Schooling for Treasurer, C. H. Belk
nap ior juoee ol tne Kupreme Court.
Colllerr Dlanater in Kualand.
London, September 10. By an ex
plosion inaoliierynear Bristol to
diysaverAl personj were killed and
MEMPHIS. TENN.f SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1SSG.
THE 00SWTI0J OF TRADE
ELMA'ES8 SATISFACTORY WITH
Bat Not Coming Vp to Expectations
la Mercantile Circles The
ISPICUL TU TUX APPKALd
PniLADKLPUiA, Septjmber 10. Tbe
week's bubiness has bi'im la'g and
patiafactory in manufacturing circluF,
but not in commercial circles. Iron
and steel makers have booked large
crdors for rails, atel bloom;, pig iron,
bridge and bar iron. Railroad and
bridge buildera will want 60,000 tons
of material. List week 25,0ti0
tons of rails were ordered. All iron
and steel mills are oversold. Prices
point upward Annual capacity,
7,000,000 ntt tons. Nineteen new
b'aat furnaces are going up and
thirteen new rolling mills and ittel
The manufacturers of drees goods,
r f co ton, wool and tilk and of carpets,
bo3iery and all kinds of print goods
have booked an unusuuly lame nam
ber of oidure. Jobbers say they were
never busier. Manufacturers are
crowding capacity. Wool falis last
week in B:sto', New York and Phila
delphia were nearly 4,0dO,C00 ; onn is.
Bayers ariRtocklng up rapidly. Goods
win. not advance muci this tall or
The boot and slice rxaoufacturerj
have about all the business for tbe
next four months they can conven
iently take care of. Factories herd and
all tarough New EigUnd turned on
full time tbis weak. Telegraphic or
ders aie frequent. . Ladies' and chil
dren's shoes are exceptionally active.
Ladies' cloaks and suits will be ex
ceptionally handsome this fall and
winter, 'three thcusind hands are
working over time to gdt up stocks to
fill orders in time.
Hou'e builders aie crowded with
contracts in nearly all the larger cities.
Bulling labor is fcarce. The urgent
demand ior dimension stuff has
crowded prices up in Chicago, and
E it tern buyers bave begun to stock up
with white and yellow pine. The
lumber outlook Is very encouraging,
and if building activity does not fail
oil' prices must improve.
Business men generally anticipate
quite a rushing buaineis in all staple
rticlee. Manufactuiiog capacity ii
bing increased in nearly is very brarcu
of industrial activity. Next ytnr dou
ble the amount of bridge building
will bo done, and as for house build
ing, we bave it on the authority of the
be. t posted architect', builders and
investors in Boston, New York, Phil
adelphia and Chicago tbat the coming
year will be one of "exceptional activ
ity. The ee.iret of the strength of the
general situation is that production
h once more behind consumption,
that capital la more abundant than
the opportunities for its investment
that the rate of interact must there
fore decline. v . ;
The labor question is practically set
tled. The Chicago courts will likely
conclude net to bang the Chicago an
archists. Co-operative enterpiisesare
epiinging up in many Stairs. Stats
assemblies of the Knights of Liborare
being organizsd. The order is grow-
ing rapidly and arbitration methods
are gaining in acceptance. There will
be comparatively few strikes this win
ter, but a general movement for short
er hours la probable next sorine. nn
less the leaders of the Knights can in
the meantime ba induced to take
stand 8gainst it.
Our latent telegraphic advices all
point to an improving demand and to
better days for labor and capital. No
reaction is probable. Our enormous
manufacturing capacity will continue
to run full time.
Bradatree't'e M eekly Report,
Nkw Yobk, September 10. Dis-
pa'ches to Bradttrett t this week from
tbe leading trade centers of tbe c.mn
try indicate continual improvement in
tbesta eof trade. The forecntts of
rereut weeks regarding fall trade are
being made good. The Western cities
generally report trada brisk and in
largi volume. Cincinnati sends word
of a general hardening of prices and
increasing aeruana since las; rcprrt.
Marked improvement in tho jobbing
trace is actea at JJdroit. At Louis
ville general trade shows a d stinct
gain over preceding weekp, and a epir
iied revival as corxpaied with seveial
preceding years. Kansas Ciiy
teiegraptis increasing acMv-
ity with a more liberal
movement than for several weeks. At
Pitttbnrg and others point further
fast trails baa teen hawing mpasura
bly owing to tbe unseasonable hot
weather. The temporary ill effects of
the hot weather on JSew England
trade is noted at Boston. Tbe bank
clearings at thirty cities for this week
amounted to $778,407,214 a compared
witn toi.uiiy.uuis last weeit. Tne
decline last week from lhe total of the
preceding week was 4 610 cer cant..
and this week the increase is 3 1-5 per
Tbe New York stock market shows
a firmer tone, consequent anon im
provement ia earnings and a prospect
tbat the granger roads will form a
harmonious pool. Speculation until
the close of the week was slack, but
tranractlorjs in stocks amounted to
869,000 shares, againtt 633,(100 shares
last week. Bonds were a little more
active, transactions in them amount
ing to $5,347,000, par value, anainst
$4,MtjU,UUU last ween. Money is much
easier. calHoans being auated at from
4 to 6 per cent, and some Instance of
lower raUs are noted, lime leans are
up from 4 tn 0 per cent., and commer
cial paper is firm. 'Foreign exchange
shows a tendency to stiflon rates. Tbe
earnings of forty-four railroads
througbont the country for August
gives $17,1)84,688 against $15,657,000 in
The New York cotton market has
been dull, prices slightly weaker. The
recort of the National Cotton Ex
change places the crops of 1885-86 at
ti,o75,(JUU Dales, against a crop of
5,706,000 bales last year. Tbe total
home consumption of cotton for the
year was the largett ever known.
jjry goous commission hou'.ej at
Boston report a fair amount of busi
ness doing. Pries are Him with oc
casional advances. While the mills
are actively employed, consumption
keeps even pace with production.
Ia the i.a-t tne inquiry for crude
iron bai ben moderate. St. Louis
te'egiaphs tbat an increasing volume
of lion is reaching consumption. The
domestic wheat mark-ts have been
without marked asiivity.
Leveling; Dp tne Payment.
Washington. September 10. Como-
troller of the Currency Trenholm has
declared a dividend in lavor of the
creditors of tbe City Natbnd Bank of
Lawrenreburg, Ind. This bank went
into voluntary liquidation August 13,
1SS3, and cn March 11, 1Ss4, wjs de
clared insolvent and place l in tbe
hands of a receiver. Ry decree of the
Circu't Coutt of the United St, tea for
the DUtrict of Indiana the date, of in
solvency was fixed at August 10, 1SS3.
The bank while in process of liquid
tion by i s officers, paid a numbar of
its creditors from 25 to 100 per cent,
nn their claims. The present divi
dend, . amounting to $2l0iH), it to
tqual zo and level up the payments to
76 per cen. cf cluinn as'hey
exiH ed at the time of insolvency fixed
by the ccurt;
Heavjr Failure at hnu FranriKeo.
San Francisco, Cal., Sptembcr 10.
Hoffman k O"., fancy dry g:ols im
porters, No. 19 Bit:eiy stert, made an
a;s;anment for the beneri'. of t .e!r
crtditO'S today. The htb'lities ara
about tfoOO.OOJ; the asset cannot he
afcertained. The assignees are M.
Mever, Gaorge H. Fie 'erck, Arno'd
Stahl and G. Gamp, all of tbis city.
The principal cieditirs ire Danifl
Meyer, of London, snd ths California
Bmk, J. Cohen, of this city, and othi
ers in Naw Yoik, Ciucii ntu'i and Syra
cu e wlioe mm s cou d rot be
learned. Tbe firm a tribute the fail
ure to general businpsi depression.
The immediate cause of their arsign
ment wai tbeir inability to pya
drbfi for 10,000 prfBeiit(d by E. Cc
hen. The la'ter threatened to attach,
and to p otectth'e remainder of their
credi ors tin firm madu au aeiga
ment. Nettled itt Filtyi .) ou the llollnr.
San Francisco, v l., September 10.
The creditors of Jano Btotberp, dry
ecoils meicbaita, who failed August
28 b, tor1 ay decided to iccept 52 cents
on trie dollar a settlement in full of
alt claims. The firm will resume busi
Cloned by Attnehnient.
Kansas jCity, Mo., Septembi r 10.
Several altichment suits have baen
brought agalnnt Wm. Hierchel, to
bacco jobber, No. 422 Delaware street.
His liabilit eB are estimate 1 at $10,000,
which be considers ate covered by as
sets. He is endeavoring to effect
Made a Voluntary Awiirmnent.
E&u Claire, .Wis., September 10.
The firm of Chapman & Co., among
the leading buiincsi hou es cf the
Northwest, made a voluntary assign
ment. to:)ay for the benefit of their
erf ditors. Liabilities, $!,C00 to $100,
000; asiets, $t40,000. Tho principal
crrditors are in New York, Chicaio
and Bottou. Marshall Field & Co , of
Chicago, are among the heaviest cred
itors. 1'allurea for the Week.
Nkw York, September 10. The
bnsineca failuiei occurring during tbe
last seven days throughout the coun
try, as reported to R. G,Dua & Co.,
for the United States, number 140,
and for Canada 9, or a-to til of 178, es
compared with a to'al of 100 last week
and 201 the week previous to lest.
Ctsualt'es are fewer in fvnry section
of tho United State-, bnt lb Canada
they keep fully np to the average.
THE COTfON OIL TRUST.
Prediction Tnat It Will Go to Par
Home I.ucay Holders.
St. Louis Rtpublicm, Oih: Cotton
Oil Trust certificates touched 58 in
New York yesterday, an advance of
three points since Monday. Six months
ago, when the Republican gave the in
side history of tne American Cotton
Oil Trust and its relations with the
Standard Oil Company, the certificates
were selling at ISZ, and some of tbe In'
veetora at theee figures were lament
ing their bard luck in having such e-
c unties in tbeir posseesion. me ad
vance eince that time has bien steady
and continuous, amounting to $36 on
each cert uoate, or over 150 per cant.
Co. ton seed oil lias advanced during
the tame time from 3Jcto40c, the
last advance ol zc otcuru. g yesterday,
As stated some time aiio some bt,
Louis holdeis, among the reiit Mosts
Fra'ey and Kwing Hill, who were
large owners of truat .certifica e', o!d
out when the slock touched 28,
againtt the advice of lotmlo part:e,
All who let their stock go aie now con-
s.derably depressed while the fellows
who hold on ti thecjitilicatesare cor
respnndingly happy. Henry liaarst'C,
John JVJaxon, A. 15. Hirun, 11. ii,
Brown, KolU Wells and Wm. Nichols
are some of the St. Louiaang who
have been enriched by the ad vanes,
Tne end is not yet in the opinion of
some oi to ose gentlemen, wno ta k
confidently of $100 Lr the cerlitioates.
Fraley had : 000 shares on which his
profits would have been $75,000.
Judging from the fact that oils bave
been put and tbe stocks hive been
advancing, the Trust must now own
nnany all the desirab'e mills in the
It is alleged that there h a short in
terest in New York that is in procesi
of being squeezed ou The market
tcere opened at 68c, so1 d down to 54 jc,
and closed 57c bid, 67 Jc asked.
Thb happy woman who was cured
of chronic neadache by using Salva
tion Oil ia enthusiastic.
Montreal, September 10. The
United States and Canada Express
Company baa been absorbed by the
American Express Company. The
United States and Canada Express was
an organization carrying express mat
ter between Montreal and New Eng
land points. The American Express
Company now covers point ia West
ern Canada, Quebec, tbe lowar Prov
inces, and throughout tbe Northern
and Western StaUs.
erlona Accident to Hanhvllle Fire
men. ISriOIAL TO TBI ArrlAL.I
NsnvitLB, Tbnn., September 10.
While going to a fire tbis morning the
hose carriage of the Stockell eniiine
was overturned and Ben Morgan, Ben
Wallman and El Morton, firemen,
riding on tbe hose canicge were
thrown under i. Morgan was dan
gerously injured and Wallman badly
burt. Morton wa only slightly hurt.
Evin if we are not tmart, we know
what to do when troubled with a
cough or cold. We tnke iii cent j and
huy a l)oltl of Dr. Bull sunngh fcyrnn.
WILL RESUMfi ,
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the firt of September. Voire Training
ani Voealitttion i.oiltj.
A null at F. Witiinann Jt Ca.'i. Second
J Itreet, or 0. K. Jlouck, Alain ilreet.
"THE QUEEN OF TACLE WATERS."
" J is numerous tomjvtitors
effect r to 'mvc, vat .ifUr another
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL,
Mm Jt, i8S4.
C .1.7 Cm.vn, jh-ucj -J.'!, . Miit. U . Pfnlert.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
QilY SI O USE
Country Store InNiirance Ultra
UCNEKAL lSiSl llM'R A S T,
Koom I, Cotton Kirhanira Buildlns.
B-Inrilft Correpnilrn' und Intervifw
E ART H(JU A KE S
TTOR Information about Ihniie fearful viii-
1? tationi and othor rhviiCHl rhiinmAnn
of th glob ee Macrt'b ParxiCAi. Onoh
batut, a work of excotdirw intereit for
ichools or iranfriw reaort. Sneoimnn oodibi
tl'iO. b'MVKUSU'Y PUBl.liUINU Co.
lii Murrny btront, Jlw Xorlt City.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, h,78.
m ft n iiiii.tu lliitltaii'l J jmiiw
Cocoik, from whlrh tIiotxotitii of
Oil has Won removed. I thai thrct
Umrnth itnngthot Cuvua mlxd
with ttiirch, ArrowroutorBuKiH'i
mid Ia thorclVru fur moro ouuuimi
leal, coating lett Man oneettit a
Hcii;'. It U dollclou(i( nam Uhlnj,,
ntiu adiutruMy ndaptrd fur lnv.
feu Id by (iroffrw etorynhcr6
BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
Mrs. Wade's School
For Young Ladiee and Children,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
EleTenth Annniil K.mtinn will h.irln alou.
day, apply nnr IIP, irtnu.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STREET.
Miss S. F. May's Art Studio.
HEOPEXN OCT. 4, 1HSO.
PUPILS prepared for "Tbe Art Student
Leairue. of New York, or any other
Mint dwelt school they mr d.iire (center.
A'Jdreai, No. 57 MadleoH rtreel,
DR. It. L. LASKI,
Pbyslcfao, Korceoi and Accoucher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
813 Main Nlreei, Near Union.
Telephone No. HH.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
OK Til k in man utter iM.Atnn.u. M-'Vr i.ufhi
I 111 OUT jiaji r III iy t-' lll julti
r is no nrlil. n.-e f I. im'-iii! at ut tt.l-. On ' h'
i- liU-Mjr i rt.l..
i.i v' v - r..i
ON SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2, 18M, at No.
120 Market etreet. Memphla. lenn., f
will veil to the ulgheat hidder for oah, ell
the Household and Kitrhon Furniture. In
cluding one Parlor Set, three Koom Mtte and
Kitohen Furniture, in raid rraldenee. I toll
under trust deed made by John .eat to me,
recorded in boik HI, pace M3, In R.Kistcr'i
oflice, and by alrec'lon nt bennfioi.ry there
unto. L. B. MoFAKLAND, l'i utee.
Invovnn Cnnprh, frorifhttld, Airthmfi. Indlprp0(rnt Hi
ARKER'S TONIO without rt.iy. At lnu nnv
in 1 1 y "f tin' w(ut ni.-1'H fttnJ In tho nt rfinnly for a
iTcWiiHiHof thfl trinintftiifl Iiukth, ami dlHt'iiM'fi nilln
rom Irtipun? IImm1 AixIrtliauMioit. Thtil'i'lli' nml rtlt-l
InitfKlhiif ni'l'iHt (HfiNiiw, aiiiI nloMiy ilrlflltiw to tt
rave, wilt In nHittMiUH'iirfi'oTiT thi'lrlic'nttli hv Lhutfnii
W)of l'AKKr-lt'H Tl'NH', tillt fJclfl V In tllllwnHM. T1(t
I tlmo. Cur" whim nil "No faiK inwn m-w ll fo
riunfii tu Atfud iuidLujU-iR. l at jJi-mfbinlfc
Notice to Shippers.
Mrui'HIH. Tknn., September 10, 188i.
Commonclnz todny.Septembor llth.frciuht
J do.tined to noint. on the M.. 11. nnd A.
and I. O. R. R.' will be received and deliv
ered at the H. U., H. end M, H. H. depot.
Pannenirer train, on the M.. H. anil A. K. K.
will arrive and depart from denot, corner of
Minn and lirnndirny. an her.torere.
J. 11. BULL1V AN. Huperiniendont
Foil 4 Ano
'ly perfect aubetltute fur Mother'a
Invaluable la Chnlara Inlrnltum
and Teethlne:. A pr..dls.e
itrUint In au Waetlna Dleeaeee.
no oooklng. Our lluuk, The Car
tu rooa rur uywr
and Feedlna of Infant. malll trum.
OOLIBKH, OUOUALB a CO.. Boeton. Maaa.
J. P. IIOLST & BRO.
(SUCCE8SOB8 TO O. H. HOLST a BRO,
DATB BEHOVED Ttt
Ho. 53J SECOND ST MEMPHIS.
A FULL and oomplete ftock of Wood and
M.tallia Jmi and Cafkete, Cloth-CoT-red
Caeketi and Rnr'.al Robe, alwaye on
btnd. evOrdert br UlearaDh promptly
' ' - i
iiook Caiei. X.
VJ',r,i jJ2 I'Hre. On,
Ouh1. hdU I
(raa. foatac 4c. o
W. IK 1IUUJIEY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Onice, 08 ilemantla Street,
rwStrlot attention given to all builneta in
rutted to nn ear.
T FO- Ano SJ
i--.il NfWiHv. IlltMtml'd Cuiow tf
k n " VndStloro4Xlli
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
OFFICE Boom 1 (new) Cotton Exchange Bnlldlng-. TelepkoM 415.
rantlla (nearlyV ..Si;.000.000 Kuaivllle of Unoxvlllo... 138,aJ
VuloMofValtrornta 1.U3.W61 rlne Department.......... 4,l,s4
Anerleaa Hnrrtjr I'omaan;, Making; Dondi or Saretjablp.
AU slants of property Innured. cneTilal Attention Wen to iniurlnf Country BUrt.'
New York Life
gi:o. 0. HARBIN.
J AS. A.
Established in 1854
257 Klain St.,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
I. B. GODWIN, Pros'. J. M. U00DUAK, Vlce-Pres't. C. II. IIAIM, Cankln.
Board of Illraotoraj.
J. M. eOODBAR.
w. . lint
u u FT If Til ifaiuii
rf. WILKKRSOH. R. T.
OHN AKHIKTKAD. O. 11.
tf-A Dapaallory of lhe ft Lai or TinaniM, Trnnaanta a Mrernvl Kaaaii1
tiaeianat anu iv apraial
h. 0. TVIiRR.
8 TOME & TYLER
(SUCCESSORS TO KCKEHLV, SIONB A CO.)
Also, Agents lor tho WinHklp Cotton (Jin ai d Press,
NO. 268 FRONT STREET, - - MEMPHIS. TENN.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Cotton morslota e Mm
201 Front NlttH't, OppoNito ( nHlom Hoiinc.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
AVindow Shades, Picture Kail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
NO. 225 NKCO.M. NXItr r.T.
Drv Goods, Notions,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOOD?,
Nob. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphi,:Toxra.
troiiR "Took or tai.l n winter onn ij i.aropr and hum
OOMPLKTB THAI KVCH MltOHII. anil our I'rloef will oompart wltn thoie cf aj hew4
la the United btatu. We art Agent, for
TeaaenMA Manufacturing Co.'g
2CG Front fttrect, :
And Commission Merchants,
!Sfo. Zl and 80 Jlndlaon Street, STcraphlaj
mm Mi ll
NONE KETTEI2 nhl
rut to tho'0 who
desire to try It K'peclnl
Jeikiliur nut Mrinuhii. MXij4
VOL. XLVI NO. 211
II. W. I.KATH.
J. R. ooDwra,
J. W. FALLS.
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COOPKH.. Vl B ri.Cuinl
llkYAN. a w Nitu'ui'y
ttietUea lu tiollMitliiHi.-'.
W. T. STONE.
Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
.... Ill KM I'll IN, TK. .
riuldg, Drills, Slieettngr, Slilrtlnf, EW
LOCATED AT FA RM ItAI.E V. O., FMANHMN CO.,
llx mile from Frankfort, Kf., tpim ili Annual Svnticn
Nrplrinbrr A, INaB, under more lavtraljln aunpirei ibao
for twenty jean. Tbe Superintendent and Faculty live un
divided attention durinir all hour, of every day to tbe or
ernuient and Instruction of the pupilr, alt of whom are or
lanited Into ont family. Before placing your tan tliewbert,
end for Catalogue and Clreular of Infurruation to
KOBT. II. AlI.KiM Knprrlnlendrul.
: MciiiiiIum, TYim.
THE ntKDIL OH AU-5 OU 1
burrol I.. I, delivered in the oily at Tory I o
Kaira lo all aiuiM u J. all run d