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MEMPHIS. TENN.. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 188(5.
VOL. XL VI NO. 215
TOE TARIFF DISCUSSED.
THE JOIXT DEBATE BETWEEN
BOB AND ALF
Continued Beforo a Large Audience
at Cleveland-Prlutlpal Points
of the Speeches.
IBHOU. TO TBK APrlll-l
Clkvbi-and, Tikn., September 11.
"We reached Cleveland toilay. Thou
sands were in wailing for us, and the
two candidates and others of the paity
were escorted to the town, while these
whs gathered to meet ua Tociferonaly
called for Bob and Alf. Bob is in fine
trim and getting stronger in hia de
bat? every day against the pounding
logic of Alf. The candidates epoka
today to an assembly of over 3000 and
by far the finest gathering that
ia3 met them yet. A beau
tiful Incident occurred today
when the little children presented
him with a superb boquet of Dowers.
It was at the end of hiB speech, and
he bad closed. Rising to hit feet, bo
reached forward, took the little child
by the band, and ut'ered in a volume
of feeling tbe sentence which I bave
placed at the end ol tfcij report.
"alf'b bpkkch '
today was principally on the tariff,
and was altered with a plain vie & to
head off Bob in that ques ion. He
alto attacked the revenue system, and
taid the Democrats bad not only pro
po3ed to reform, but were poing to
wipe it oat of eiis'enca. Ho aid
that the cap'tal cf the country was
locked up on account of tbis latk of
confidence, end said that twenty
yeara of Republican, rule in tbis
country has marked tbe golden
aee of tbe American Republic.
The stagnation of bnsines', he and,
would continue until the Republican
party was in power. He took Bob's
position today oa the penitentiary
lease system and said that the Demo
crats held that tbis was a heritage
given the Republican party. He end
that the Republican paitv voted for
the system. Tbe living feature wai
in it and was incorporated in the act
of the Legislature of 1877.
"I am for the instant abolition
of tbe penitentiary lease at any coet,"
was his sta'ement. Ou prohibition he
claimed that his party was the first to
lead off in tbe fact ot submitting to
the vote of tbe people by constitu
tional amendment. Oa the Blair bill
he raid that if all the children in the
State who could neither read nor write
were ta take bands they would make a
line of innocents 401) miles long or 100
miles longer than those who cau'd read
... CCI BOB
then roee in the midst of the wildest
cheers. He devo'ed his speech princi
pally to the tariff, and on this great
question I have thought it well to give
you literally what he says, as follows:
The Republican party boasts that it is
the champion of the protection to
labor. Let us see if this
is true; let us see if (he
practical working of the present
system of tariff brings tbis re
Bult. Tariff is a tax. The Republican
system is 43 per cent, average upon an
immense number cf articles used by
the common people, and tben we in
vestigate frmher and we find the com
mon articles mat - tne common
paople used taxed more high
ly than the lnxuius of tbe
rich. 'ow, so far as I am concerned,
I am cot a free trader and never was.
The Demccta'ic paity ia not a free
trade party, bnt we are for a tariff
whicn is necessary to brir g us a reve
nue and to meet the expenses cf the
government, to pay the interest on
the national debt and at
tbe same time give protection
to the labor an 1 onr inuus
tries. In short, tbe Democratic view
-of the teriff question is thi?. A tariff
Burnt lent to meet 'he expenses of the
government economically adminis
tered, and to cover the difference be
tween the price of American labor and
foreigh labor. I ju?t want to say one
thicg npw on the 13'air bill tLat vcu
have hfard to munh of. Why,
my fellow citiz-np, there is
no such thing ai the 11 air bill; it h&i
not be. ome a law. The Republican
fcienata vottu lor a ri solution npp'ymg
the surplus to the payment of tie na-
tioual debt, at d when it did that
strangled it to death, and my brother
h noiu ng up to ynU a corpse and
is swearing it is alive. It has
always been the policy of the Dem
ocratic party to fobter and maintain
public education. . What bas my hon
orable competitor got to ey about
tnat itri'J.uiu in gold that Isham O.
Hars turned over to the State, after
he bad carried it in eafary throughout
the war? He talks about the num
bers of little children who can't
read nor write. As he closed
hia speech, npon being handed
flowers by tbe children he said: "Ob,
tbe little children, this is the sweetest
tribute of all, for if there is anything
beautiful it is a beautiful child in ita
innocence. Slay the spirit of God
hover eternally over the lives of ttuse
little ones, and may the grow up in
the world to beautily its homes with
the bappinets aud with the light cf
their little faces and to lift the world
etiil higher toward goodness and
toward God." '
Be.olutlonn r Rmprrt tar the Late
Sx-Mayor f billipa.
I8FKCIAL TO Till APPIAL. I
Nashville, Tknn., September 11.
A meeting of the City Council and
Merchants Exchange wtg held today
and adopted resolutions of respect for
the late ex-Mayor Phillip', killed in
Dakota. A committee appointed to
meet the body at Evanoville will leave
here tomorrow aud act as an etcort
for the remains, which reach here
Heavy Halt for Damages.
Omaha, Nan., September 11. Jude
Homer, of tbe Tenth Judicial District,
while visiting in Omaha today, was
tiled for $50,000 damages by an ex
penitontiary convict named John Wil
liams. E even yea:s ago Williams,
who lived in Kearney county, had a
quarrel with a neighbor named Vro
man and his eon, both of whom be
shot and killtd. Judge Homer, then
a practicing attorney, defended him.
Williams says in h's petition that be
was indicted for mutdur in tbe first
degree; that tbpre was great pro judire
a?aine-t Irm in Kearney county as well
as in Buffalo courry, but nevertheless
the defendant, Homer, permitted him
to be mdic'ed and slowed the case to
go to Bufl'ilo county; that he (Wil
liams) wau there convicted of man
slaugtiter and f enUnced to ten years;
that new Iriol was granted; that
ether counsel argued the case in the
Supreme Court; that the cesecame
back and be was tried in Buffalo coun
ty for the killing of the eon, but that
he always thought tha' Adams county
was the beet comity; that the esse for
the killing cf the father was cent to
Adams county and as evidence that
he was right he was acquitted in
Adair s county; but wes convicted
(gain in Buffalo cinnty for killing tbe
con. His claim for time Bpent in tbe
renet'jntiaiy is put in at S3 a day.
The rest of the 350,000 is for damage
to his feelings.
TlOXft IN FRANCE.
Tbe Approaching: Meeting of the
Belch.taft The Provincial
Judiciary Tbe Pole.
Berlin, September 11. Mr. Pendle
ton, the United Stetee Minister, who
has been traveling in 8wi zerland, re
turned to Berlin today and resumed
the duties of bis ihce.
The meeting of tbe Rokliatng is
awaited with inuc' ff "niiety. Nobody
believes that tbeff 1 oca of the boe
e ion will he limited the discussion
of h: an h 'rea
It is repjrted that Piinco B'smarck,
in explainir g the European situation,
will ceize the occasion to convey a
frank warning to France.
The Nwth German Gazette and other
official papers comment unceasirgly
on what they term the bellicose mani
festations of France, and tbey de
Dounre Gen. Boulargu'g projects for
organizing the French army ta meis
ures that immediately maocce Ger
many. Further reasons arealro given
wby Bifraarck should direct his atten
tion to France. It iB averted that he
will adopt th '8 coure in order to divert
the mind of tbo people from bis un
popular policy regarding Russia, and
to ob'ain a renewal of the
military scptencate and the sanc
tion of the Reichstag to in
crease the war chargts, among which
is the cost of production of the new
repeating iiflw. The factories in
which these r ties are made have been
working night and day and have ac
cumulated a Htock of rifles sufficient to
arm 1,600,000 men, the number that
will be included in the next mobiliza
tion, ayid there is a large snrplus be-
Herr von Windthorst will endeavor
to raise a question concerning the
Poles in the Eastern provinces. It is
thought improbable that the govern
ment will succeed in limiting the ses
eion to about three days in tne face of
prevailing excitement. The political
and anti-Russian sentiment is in
creased by reports of tbe persecution
of Germans in the B.'.lt'c provinces
under the energetic carrying out of a
scheme to Rasaify tbe provinces. ,
The judiciaries in Uvon'a, Ejthonia
and Kourlaud have been changed and
the judges nominated through the
German bourgers bave been dismissed
or placed under Russian judges. The
German schools are supervised by
Rasa an inspector", who insist that
conversation and correspondence sba 1
be carried on in the Rusiian language
Pole have been appointed to admin
ister German rural echools, while Lu
theran pastors are excluded.
Thee.9 measures are resulting
in stagnation of businesi and
the emigration cf Germans home
ward. Many of these emigrants are
ruined financially, and all entertain
tbe bitterest bate toward Russia.
Prince Bismarck has ordered Baron
von b'cblazer, Prussian representative
at the Vatican, to curtail his leave of
absence and return to Borne. The
Baron ia instructed to ask that tbe
Pope's influence be exerched
to prevent a resurgence of
tbe Koltark&mpf upon the de
mand for the readmission into
Prussia of religions orders. The Cath
olic press claims tbe approval of the
Pope for the prr gramme of the Bres'
laucongreai. The Papal brief rn the
12th of July, in favor t f the Jesuits,
iscitidas having pieparod the way
for the decisions mule by the Con
ference of Bishops at FuVa and for
the it solutions adopted by the Bree
Prince Birmarck's ready acceptance
of M. Ilibotte, the newly appointed
French Minirter to Germany ,'iB per
tonagrata, is belitved to aiise from the
Chancellor's knowledgo of M. Ho
bette's character, his want of subtlety
and his inability ti conduct delicate
neEOtiationn, the alner.ee of which
qualities will render hlma mere cipher
among the skilled diplomats of Berlin,
l'rinae Birmarck will reseive M. Ho
bette once end afterward consign him
to Count HoibiTt Bismarck, Under
Secretary of State.
Iron Mem Jnbilant Over tbe Dlsso
Intloa of the Reaaemer, In
junction. laPIOlAl, TO THE APPliL.l
Birmingham, Ala., September 11.
The iron men here tra in high feather
over the news of the dissolution of tbe
Bessemer iejunction at Pittiburg,
which, it teems, removes tbe last legal
obstacle in the way of the operation
of the basic process under Jacob
Reese's patent right. The Pratt Com
pany owns the Reote right for tbis
There are half a dozen iron men
here from Uniontown, Pa., with an
assayer, lookiug into coal and iron
The management of the Pratt Com
pany have already ordered the con
struction of a part cf the plant re
quired by the big furnace project.
Kailroad JSulla In Iowa.
DcnuQua, lA.,Sep.ember 11. Today
it is learned that tne suit to be insti
tuted by tbe Stats of Iawa against the
railroad companies to compel compli
ance with the Swaney law will be
brought in the firm of quo warranto
proceedings in tbe Federal Supreme
Court. Attorney General Baker will
next week visit Washington ta insti
tute the suit, and it is understood that
he will build his argument upon the
ground taken by Maj. Anderson, as
Railroad Commiwioner, of the noted
case of Barber vs. the Norhwestera
road, known as the "Buygy case,"
namely, that the law is an assertion
of the reserved police power of the
State. It bids fair to resume preat
proportions io legal circle?. Very
grave public interests are involved in
Calbolie M Unions la India.
' London, September 11. The Pope
has published a letier relative to the
history of Catholic missions in India.
Dr. Bull's Ocngh St rup Lever fails
to cure a cough or cold in a Bliort
time, Give it a fa!i trial.
TOE DRITISHER BEAIW.
ANOTHER GLORIOUS TICTORY
FOR THE M.VYFLOWEK.
The Galatea Outsailed at Every
Point, and Defeated Willi
the Greatest Ejuc.
Naw York, September 11. Today's
race has decided npon which side of
the Atlantic ihs Auicrica'a cup shall
stay for at least anolhtr year. It re
sulted in a glorious victory for the
sloop May llower. When the finished
this evening at 6 hours, 1 minute 4
seconds tbe Galatea was nearly two
miles astsrn. The course was twenty
miles to leewaid and return, from
Scot and lightship. The race was
sailed in a breezs that blew fresh from
the northwest for three hour?, then
ranting two points to the westward, it
fell light the last hours of the contest,
being little better than a drift. Tbe
Mayflower had only 8 minutes 20 sec
onds to spare when she crosstd the
finish line, as the t'ino limit of the
race wes 7 houri. Tbe Galatea was
defeated on every point of tailing by
the Mayflower. Ia the run out to the
outer mark, with rpinnakers f ot, she
was beaten 13 minutes 45 scondp,
and iu the windward work over half
an hour. There is pre at re j - it ing among
the yachtsmen bete tonight, while
the Bostonians are fairly wild with
delight. Oil the whistle buoy at 10 :15
o'clock the Galatea was cast off. Her
crew soon made sail, while the May
flower crew did the sme, both sett inn
their club topsails. When the judge's
brat ran alongside the Galatea, Lloyd
Phoenix, representing the New York
Yacht Club, told tbe Regatta Commit
tee tbat Lieut. Henn was vary sick in
tho cabin, and tbat he wished the
course to db made fifteen miles injtead
of twenty, so as to be suie and
FIKISH WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME.
In case it should fa'l calm, he
wished tbe Luckenbach to tow tbe
cotter back, if the race was not com
pleted, so tbat he could eee a doctor
early. Secretary Robinson said he
would consult with Gen. Paine as to
the lencth cf the course. That ten
t'eman, when seen, raid be would
leave the matter entirely ia tbe bands
of the committee. They decided that
I he course ehoold be southeast.twenty
mi'es, and, steaming back to the
Galatea, tbat course was given them.
Capt. Bradford was sailing the
cutter ; Beaver Webb looked
after the Bails, while Mrs.
Henn peeped out of the companion
way with an anxious look in ber eves.
for her husband's condition alarmed
her considerably. A H?et of steam
and tailing craft nearly aa large as tbat
ot Inn rdd ay bad assfmbled near the
starting point Scotland lightship.
Mammoth flaaa bedecked the steam
ers Grand Republic and Columbia, and
the iron steamers 8irius, Copbeus and
laarns were b'ack witn their human
freight of yachting enthusiasts. Tbe
Kranva wan fmirvai.!nn ann mAmnat
and aa it was the first time yachts had
come togetner wnere tne nrst aa t ot
the contest was to be sailed to lee
ward, there was much discussion as to
tbe probable result; When
THE STARTING SIGNAL
was given at 11:20 o'clock the Mav
flower was in an excellent position,
square to tne nortnwes: ot tne imasin
ary line drawn between tbe Scotland
lightship and the Luckenbach, lying a
caoie s lengin ti tne nortnward of
either spinaker boom, was down to
port, and thirty reconda after the Eiar
nal the great sail blrs'omed out amid
wild cheers from the thoueands on
the Grand Republic. With main
boom broad off to starboard, her pyra
mid of snowy duck gleaming in tbe
sunlight, and a smother of foam at her
sides, tbe Boston beantv dashed ecrnt-s
the line well in tbe lead. The cutter
was a full quarter of a mile tithe
westward when the whistle blew. She
came along with ihe wind at earn till
she crofscd tbe bow of the litrhtt-hi
close aboard, then "squaring away,
her spinnaker was sheeted out exactly
on the line, and the third day's battle
bad bt'guu. The cilicial time of
the start wa: Mayflower, 11
hours 23 minulea 40 g?conda;
Ua'atea 11 Hours .'1 minutes
10 second?. With a twenty mile run
before them there was an excellent
opportunity to to t their speed in a
steady breeze and with very Jit! lo sea
to impede their progress. That "ttern
chase" is a long one, was never belttr
illustrated than in that twenty miles
ruo. For about twenty minutes the
Galatea held her own with tbe sloop.
but after that eho was practically out
ol tJe race, icr t:ie
MAYFLOWEB WAS LEAVING 1IKR NEARLY
when half the distanca to the "outer
mark" was covered. The stsamboatr
ceptains regarded past warnings and
kept well away from tbe contestants.
At 12 :50 o'clock the "outer ma k" hove
in sight, and in half an hour the fleet
of bteamers, numbering thirty-one
in all, had gathered around it to
await the coming of the yachts.
The wind had fallen light and bad
ranted a point to westward. Down
came the trio like white winged birds
before the wind. The Mayflower's
balloon jib topsail came in 1:41:30.
Four minutes later in came her spin
naker, and at 1 :53 she gybed to port
and came for the mark close hauled
in the starboard tack. Luffing grand
ly round it a few minutes later, amid
a serenade of steam whistles, tbe pride
of Boston, nnder three lower sails and
club topsail, began her windward
A I.BAl) Of NRABLY A MILE.
The Galatea gybed at 1 hour 52
minntes 30 eeconos, having "doused"
ber spinnaker three minutes before.
The time of roundinu the "outer
maik" was: Mayflower, 1 hour 65
minutes 95 seconds; Galatea, 2 hours
10 minutes 20 seconds. The Priecilla
lulled around tbe mark only three
minutes after the Mayflower. Tbe
Galatea made a very pretiy picture as
she laid down to her scuppers and
began her chape to windward after
the sloop. Both bad about all the
wind they wanted to carry club top
suits in. Capt. Stone put tbe May
flower about at 1 :55 and stood to tbe
northward. Beaver Webb was s tiling
the Galatea. Ho refused to tack to.
At 2:12 Capt. Stone brought the Bos
ton sloop round oga n. She was tben
over a mile on Ihe cutter's weather
boam. Two minutes before going
about the Mayflower tonk in her club
topsail. She carried her work
ing topsail for an hour, when,
the wird having lighted considerably,
she set the club topeail again, also her
"baby" jib toptail, the Galatea hav
ing si t tiers shortly before. B,th
yachts went about at 4 :20 and stood
to the northward.' They were off
Deal Beach at this time, and the wind
was grawirg lighter every moment,
The Mayflower was lucky enough to
bold a tight air under the land, whilo
the Galatea lay almoet bee alined for
twenty minuter. The cutter tacked
at 4:115 and made a shore biard in
shore, going about again at 4:4".
From here the sail up the New
Ji r-oy beach was little hotter than a
drift. As the Mayflower slowly ap
proached tbe finish the
TUB EXCITEMENT 11ECAMB INTENSE.
Among the passengers cn b aid the
steamers there was no lc iuer any f ar
that the Marflower would be deLalod,
but the limit of time, seven hour?, had
almo?t passed, and there wai great
f. ar tbat af ler bei ng so nt ar the boat
the Boston sloop might yet be unahle
to finish. JiiBt as all hope w;a dj ing
out the breeze freshened, and with
only 8 minutes and '20 seconds to up rue.
the Mayflower shot across tbe finish
line c'oae baultd on the port tacr,
just as the eun sack to rent in the
crimson halo behind Sandy Hook.
Tho cheenrg ard whistling and wav
ing of thousands of handkerchiefs
lasted fully ten minu'es, the craw of
the victorious eloop waving and cheer
ing themselves until the yacht was
lorg pest the finish. The Ga'atea
finished 31 minutes and 18 seconds
sf ertho Mayflower. As sho civue to
an anchor the Maj flower gave her
three rousing cheer., which the Kn
glishmen answered. The followiug
shows the record of the race:
Name. Start. iViii. lime. Cor'rt'd
Miij flower ...11:22 40 6:11.40 6:HMX) (1:49.00
(Jllulcn ..11:24.11) 6:42.1H 7 : IMS 7 :1K.W
The t il? Rapidly Returning; lo lis
Charleston, S. C, September 11.
ft is a blight and beautiful day,
though it ra ned heavily in the early
morning. People are g radii illy reoc
enpying their house?, and the nnmbtr
in shelters and tents are nipidly di
minishing. Tnere were three or four
slight ehi oka of earthquake during
the night, bnt none serious, and com
paratively few persoi s weie awate of
their occurrence. The Subsistence
(Committee bave changed their plan of
operations and bave appointed visitors
for each ward to ascertain the cae.es of
distress, all of which will be supplied
at their home?. The Board of En
gineers are still at woik surveying
buildings, and continue to condemn
tboaetbatare nnsaf. Iho latest re
poits from point a'ong tbe .South
Carolina rdilway indicate that ihe re
port) of di st less at Lincolpville,
Knightsvilie and elsewhere I were
greatly exaggerated. Whatever la nec
essary will tie done for them.
Subscription at New York.
KEv Yobk, September 11. The
Chamber of Commerce Charleston le
lief fund has received subscriptions
amounting to $44,777. The Stock
Exchange to'al subscription now
reaches $13,433; JJieJPejjoleuuL Fc
chaoge, $1767, and the Mechanics and
LITTLE ROCK, AUK.
Aaalgnment of F. J. Ditler, ftttaoe
IBPICIIL TO TBI AFPin l
Little Bock, Ark., September 11.
t. J. Uitter, a shoe mere-bunt doing
business at 422 Main street, tbis city,
made an assignment this morning,
appointing Henry D. Parker assignee.
Below is a hfct of pref irred creditors:
F.xcbange Na'ional Bank, $800; First
National Bank, $450; First Nxtional
Bank, $150; John E. Geyer, $490; O.
S. Collins, $225.
Parker & Worthen, $500; Thomas
Lafl'erly, $150; Turner & Piete, $1000;
Miss Mmte Ditter, $1600. Total,
$5505. There are other credito-s not
included in Sch.edu e A of the deed of
assignment having claims egainct the
firm which will amonnt to nearly
$5000. Those mentioned are nearly all
L U;e Itock peop'e. Dull times is
given as the cau-'e.
Ma. Thomas (ol Thoiras & Co,
broker,) No 57barat gi -t net, Balti
more, Md., indorses emi. hat. cully Sal
VA'ioa Oil for neuralgia.
This powder never varies. A marvel ol
pnrity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In oompetition wi.h the
multitude of low test, short woightalun or
phosphate powders. Hold only s'eat. Roiai
Bia Pownita (In.. KM Wn.ll ..NwVnrlr.
SCHOOL OF ART
THE HICiBEE SCHOOL.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carving
taught by the methods of the celebrated
Cineinnati Sohool of Design. Firat success
fully introduced here by Miss Carrie Des
londe Dobyns, Principal Sohool of Art, the
ajrnd for Sperlnl Circular for Art
A. F.Davis, Painter
lias Removed to
No. 353 Second, Strath ot Union
Ice Machines in Atlanta, Ga.
T HAVR for sale T0 ARCTIC ICE MA
1. CHINKh. in Perfect Condition. Capac
ity, about tea tors each per day.
Price less than half the out. Addrers,
U Ml. A IS I It. Ailnnfw, Hi.
ALL parsons are hereby warned not
purronsnCortiucite No. Ml ler tfn sharel
Maaonio Temple btock, issued to K. W. Bhel
ton, April II, 1174, a" It has been lost or mil-
B. it. biiiuv.N, Administrator.
STEWART On Saturday, Sortember 11,
1SS6, at fi:,HU. 'clock p.m., at the residence of
bis parents. No. 81 Mulberry street, IUrhv
N., aird 3 years, son of James and Helen
Tbe funeral will take place from the res
idence this (SUNDAY) afternoon at three
o'clock. Friends are invited to attend.
C'ouulry Nlore) Inauraure Ulvvn
UENKR AL imi ntM'C AO NT,
Room 1, Cotton Exchange Building.
Derlnvites Correapnndence and Interview.
Display Exclusive Styles for
Correct and Artistic
Fabrics were never to bountiful both
in toiiuie and design as they are
k ENGLISH TAII.OKIXON.
Parla Combination and Vigoguca,
- Cnir.elt Hnlr,
k Pluihea anil Volvots
Of Surorb Quulltisa.
Special ami First Kxhibition of Novelties
in llroaa tioods, Velvtta and Bilks.
Rich in Quality and Unique in Design.
I'Mreinenteries and Ornaments in J el a
and Iridescent. Trim minim in Camels
Hair and Aatrakan Uoat KtTeois.
LONDON AND PARIS NOVELTIES In our
Hat Depfirtmert. Misses' and Chil
dren's (School HATd. .
RIC11 FANCY FEATHERS. Frentnl Rar
ga n lor Monday 601) Fancy Foathera
at 51)0 each.
THE REASON IDEA Trimming la hand
some Ribbon Kffeotj. Elegant Fanoy
Ribbons in New and Attrnetive Effeots.
MONDAY a Line of Handsome Ribbons
Tnirty Different Designs at 2So a yard.
SPECIAL OFFERINGS in Fall Weight
Wraps. We are enabled to otter our
patrons Wraps auitahle for preaont sea
son at One-luird Leas 'lhan Value.
Special Ulaplny or Fall WRAPS.
IN OUR OLOVK DKPARTMKNT we odor
tbe Balance ot Our Fine Bilk andlai
(ela U loves at 25o a pair.
WE DAVE Four or Five Different Lines of
Cortota, outside of our Regular Styles,
' that we wish to olnse om. We will
offer them all atoOe Monday, A great
opportunity to get a bargain. Ladies'
and Misaes' Corsets in this lot.
rWi ean eonldently say to our
patrons this season that we are ena
bled 'to offer them the choicest pro
ducts of the world. An early selection
Is prudent and advisable. Wo shall
be pleased to wait npon you.
MASONIC FUNEKAL NOTICE.
THE officers and members of I-E
LIA800TT LODUB, No. 2NU,
F. anil A. M.. will mn.t In anecla
communication tbis (HUNDAY1
aflnrnoon at 2:30 o'clock, for the
purpose of escorting the remains of our late
deceased Krother, Ohah UnKaa, ol Waah
innton Lodge, No. 3, Port Uibsnn, Miss,
Members of Sistor eity lodges and visiting
brethren fraternally in vit ad.
By Urder U. i. UAVANAUQII, M. W.
A- B. Mtiihb, rjecretary.
T1ENN ROYAL ARf!ll CHAl'TKR
.L No. m, F. 4 A.M.'s, will meet
In stuteil convocation muniiAI'
NrUIIT. Hon. lllth. at 7 I'M o'clock.
for dispatch of business. Visiting'
Companions rrniornaiiy invitu.
Ry order MARCUS JONKS, M.K.II.P.
Attest : DdiniK C. Thader, Mecrotary.
A MEETING of Memphis wheelmen will
bo held at GAVOiO HOTEL, MON
DAY, HKl'TKMilKH IS. ITOi, at 8 o'clock
P.in. All owners of wheels and those inter
ested are cordiall ihvited to nttond
FKRD THE I'.
BLUFF CITY l,on(lKNo.22. A. oTllTw.,
will meut TUESDAY night, 141 li inl. ,
insl tnd of Mun lay, lllt'i. Oflloors and mom
bera are earnestly roitueated to bo present,
aa but-inoHaof importxtico will bo up for ac
tion, Mv ordor T. H. FORD, M. W.
J. lit Tiliiul'HiiH, Recorder.
No. 238 Main Street.
MEMPHIS, - - . . TEX1V.
OPEN THE t:TIKE YEAH.
THE course of study Is extended, thorough
and practical, affording superior facili
ties for obtaining a sound buaineas education.
For Catalogue call at the sohoolroom or
address T. A. LKDDIN, Principal.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1V78.
WarnmU'd alfioluiilr ptire
Cocou, from vhLh tho cxcvm ot
Oil has bven rt'inovttd. It him thret
timet the ttrength of Coiioa mixed
with HUircli, Arrowroot or Btiar,
and ts therefore fur more oconotn.
leal, catting Irtt than one cent a
cup It Is delicious, nourlahlnif,
strvnliPiunitT. caaily dlgontcd
iiu adrntrubly adiiptou fur In vol
as well as for persons lu health.
Sold bf (J r offers trerywhcM
f. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass,
For Youbic Lmlipa and Chlldres,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
Aievenin Annnni dpwbioti win oegin DOU
Miss S. F. May's Art Studio.
JIEOl'EXN OCT. 4,
PUPILS preparod for "The Art Students'
League, of New York, or any other
first class art school they may desire to en lor.
Address No. f!7 mnriUon Mrrrl.
Dlt. It. L. LASKI,
riiyalclnn. Sareeon aud Accoucber,
RESIDENCB AND OFFICK.
ff 13 Main Mreei, Near Lulou.
Aoi.muoe io, bs. i
few York Li
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT-
COTTON EXCHANGE UILI)ING,
MEMrniN, . . .
FJIutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
ItlCHAIlD A. M'( I H1V, Prt Hl.Iont.
Tho Lurgcst, Strongest and Chcnpost Company in the World.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN Fa WILKERSOX, Asent.
UKO. O. HAUBIN. JAS. A. MATTHEWS. 11. W. 1.KATH.
Established in 1854
257 Main St.,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J.K.GI)WI5,Pret. J.M.OOUaV Yleo-Prcg't. C.n,.RlINE,Cuhl,
T. B.TTJKI.KT. J. M. OOODBAB. J. R, 90DWIBJ,
JOHN AHHIHTKAD, O. B. DHVAH. A. W. NBW80M: n
sjsbtA DspnIUirr of the) Btmtm nt TMaseeasMi. TrstassMita inmt
Ha.isira. Skssel clve stMlal AtMoUena to JailcUMasv ; N
M. 0. COOVER & 00.
LUMBER YARD MING ILL
loorH,Nnwli,IUIiils Molding all klmlM of Door anl n irulow
FruuiCH, llrackcte, hcroll-Work, KoukIi ami I)iciHvd
LiiiiiImt, MiliiloM, I.tillix, Wnter TiiiiUn,
All kludsol Wood lVork lxcoiiicd at Nhorl Aioli?.
Xos. 157 to 173 Washington street. Mom pills'. iin.
1111101 i IMI
Dry Goods, lotions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 328 and 328 Main
Sf-OTTR aJTOCK OP rt.l. gl) WINTER flOIID Il I.AROKR AXt HlOfif'
COMI'LKTK THAN IV UK MfOKH, and our rrioes will oompare with those of any boat
1 the United Stales. W. ar. Agents for '(
Tonne&soe Manufactttrlo Co.'s rinldn, Drills, Shnetlng, Hhlrtlaf, EtA
TWrnVWl If Il,rar,r,"17' I f
--w va-w .mj
rates to thore who desire to try It.l
leadlug out w neuipuiis,
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STREET.
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on tbe flrat of September. Voice Training
and Vocalisation a sfeoialtl .
Apply at K. Wiliniann A Co.'s, Eooond
Slroet, orO. K. 11 " u k . Main street.
t Tin: pciilic;.
WE, the underslgnod, having bought tho
entire business of maniitauturiug
Fnrnitnre.Mattrussea, Awnings, Tents, eto..
from Henry Uuttenberg, would repeetl jlly
aak a share ol your patronage, knowing full
well that, Irora long experience, we run and
Will giveentiro sutisliir.lion to all work en
trusted to us. SV j will be ready at all times
to furnlah Awnings Tents, Paulina and all
kinds of canvns work; make all kinds of
first nlas Matting: repair, varnish art) make
all kinds of Kurni'ure; reupholster l'arlor
Huita, and deliver jrooda free of rha'ge. Car
pets renovated in the true l'eraian .ty la. AH
work Hone promptly and at living prices.
Ji. lluileubrrtt V lu.,31 Sjccoud.
THE I1ARRI.I, OR 'AR-n OR I
barrel lota delivereil In the city at very In
l(uta to all stolul. on fcnlirtMMi)
TVT. PATTCTRtsTI Ar. CO
I J. F. HOLST & KUO.
(buccbbnoiis to g. h. iiolst a lino.
Hifl BEHOVED Ttt
So. 33fJ) SECOND ST., ME.Vrill
AJfULL and nouplele stock of 'Vood aJ
Mctallie Oases and Oaske:s, Cloth-Oov-ered
Caskets and Unr al Hones always en
bud. sr-Orders br lalerranh prcmntly
LJ 'viv iniormaiion 300m iowo iulmui
j talions and other physical phenomena
of the globe ace Mannt'n I'hvhiiui, Ukoo-
iiidu i.lf tf MTmlinf intArai.t for
schools or gencrnl resde-s. H peel in en copioa
$1 W. L'MVKKSIl'V I'l'BI KiUINll Oi.
19 Murray Street, Nw York City.
ON 8ATUH1MY, OCTOBKU 2, ISM, at Ho.
IM Market s'reot, Mempliii.. loru., I
will . l I to lh hiuhost bidder for eauh, all
rh. llonaaliAl!! .n.l kitnlinn Knrnitor.. in
cluding one 1'arlor fet, three horm twts and
Kitchen Kurnitura, in ad residence. 1 sell
under trust deed untde by John Zurt to we.
rccnnl.il In honk .SI. ltsse .MJ. in KaaUt.r g
oltioe, and byairection o benelloUry there
Unto. L. IS. iler AKLA.N I, liusiee.