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MEMPHIS, TEVX., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1SS6.
VOL. XL VI NO. 216
ON A TRAIN BUT BAN INTO BOB
ON THE STUMP.
The Brothers Meet With Bonslcsr
Chattanocoa, Tinn., September
13. The entire eotmtiy through here
ia thoroughly arormd, aod the one
Boaic of conversation is the battle of
the White and the Bed Rowjs. Our en
tire prty t scaped today what might
have been a ee'ions wreck on ihe
Cincinnati Ssuthern road. On
our way to Dajton the
train jumped tbe track Wfst outride
Cbattaooaa, every car leaving the
track but the main boudoir car. Tbe
accident was caused by a misplaced
switch, and the tr-cks were ten up
for some distance. We all s:aped in
jury. The cais wire very much crowd
ed with people g irg with us up to
Dayton, and had tbe train gone over
tbe em fcankinent sjrious coDt equencea
might have resu'te J. Wrecking bands
and en.inei were at occestatt d ou
to assist u, aod alter several bourn
delay we were on our way to Da t m.
had be' n engaged by the Bob Taylor
Club of Day tan, aod when we arrivtd
there the wildoft cxci'erreat was
demons rated Vy several thounand
people at the depot, who gave ch er
after cheer fortne candidates Bed
and wbita badges we rj on every one.
People bad come in fiom a distance of
thirty or for:y miles to witness tbis
conte.t. Eve-y child was decnated
with a white ( r a red badge, aod every
lady had pinned to her breast a white
or a red emblem. Tbe were some
50CO people prefect. Whsn Bib Taj.
lor rcse to opsn the contett to
day, it was some t'me before be
could , advance into h s ie
marks. Tbe ladies waved ther
handkerchie's and the men were be-
ond all control. They took their
a s aod threw them into the air and
then took anybody elsa'd bat, regard
less of righ fui pots-wtiion, and did the
same thin it. lie opened his speech by
faying: "Ladies atd gentlemen and
fellow citizens I tbaoa God tbat the
angel'of peac is hovering over the
land today. We are at peace with the
world, and cur flag floats 01 the
breezs as the emblem of liberty." He
tben made reference to this joint can
vass and said:There is nothing wrong
in two brothers discucsing
tbe questions which interest
and 1 involve the fntereet
of a grt at nation. Why Alf and I have
bad our fights in the barn and we
bave wrestled on the floor, but we love
the came father and the same mother,
and wecme here toquarreland fight,
not for poiit'cal office, but for princi
ples, and to let you vote on those
principle3, and not fnr the two men.
lie than spoke if elections and
said: "The ballot is the bulwarks of
Amer'ca, and whenever this is cor
rup'ed this government is oqv" He
took np tbe acta oLDadJejV fori
mer United States vommUSiOifer ot
Penciling, and said that under the
prostitution of this great efflce
every American sold'er had been
given to understand that their pen
sions depended moie on politirs than
the extent of their wounds. . He then
took np tbe Blair bill, and eaid tbat
the land tbat wss desired to be sold
had been gained for the Bepubl c by
tbe soldiers who suffered in the
Mexican war. They have asked tbe
charily of tbe govern merit, and the
hepublican party has slapped tkem in
the face and shut the door to that they
shall not bave one cant of it. Tbis
party net oDly has insilted these
old men in tbis respect, but they lrse
the public domain Tbey wont give
it away the public domain tbat be
longs to the poor soldier in tbis coun
try, for their homes and settlement.
I am not a free trader. I am
for tariff, but I am not lor this K 'pub
lican tariff, that weighs down upon
the people and does them no good.
They say they want to protect labor,
and yet on the statute books
at Washington ia a Repub'ican
statute tbat authoiizes men to
go to Europe and go down
in the mines and contract for pauper
labor, and impoit thera into tnis
country, and turn protecied labir out.
(In speaking on the education of the
mas9ep, he said : "I went to see a
system of educa'ion itutiiu'el tbat
will cultivate every mind and make
it a' man. I want to sue
the little girls trained so
they can be-.uti'y h-rrue when
I am old and when the old men
are goce. I want ti see a system cf
national education in this country, so
tbat men can vote intelligently and
perpetuate our grand government to
posterity. He compared tbe Repub
lican party to a great grave
yard, with oaly ( one movement
in the middle. This monument was
built of the public domain and around
, this sacred heap navy appropriations,
bayonets, old ra'pet tag, empty
money puraep, and upon the tummit
was placed the American navy, the
Tallapoosa. On the tide of
it was inscribed: "Died Ram,
Romanism and Rebellion." Close
by it there was a little grave upon
whose humb'e headstone was carved
these woids: "Secred to the memory
of Tennessee," with these lines under
writ: Trend softly round tbia sscredhcap;
It guards ambition's restless sleep
Whose greed for place diil ne'er forsake It;
Don't mention oflioe or juu'll wake it."
The Hod. Alf. Tavlor then, after in
troduction, reviewed the history of the
Democratic patty on. its i-sues before
Recent heavy inins have almoBt
ruined tbe crops in the north of Ire
land. The cholera returns from Italy since
the last report are: Ravena, 13 new
cases, 7 deaths; elsewhere, 97 new
cases, 34 deaths.
Ex-judge B. P. White, cf Ken
tucky, wss shot from ambush Sunday
evening by nnknown partiee,near,Man
cheiter, Clay county, Ky., and in
The Recorder of Montreal, Canada,
gave judgment today deciding that
the members of the Salvation Army
have a perfect right to parade the
streets and ting.
Tbe hop crop of tbe important
counties of New York his been bar
ves'ed, ehowing the estimate oCone
eighth of a yield to fall short. Grow
ers who expected 103 boxes get forty,
and tbe quality of it is exceodfogly
poor at tuat. ,
The committee of the Common
Council of Philadelphia charged with
investigating tbe allegations of. mal
feasance in the offre of Mayor fc'uiith
re po' ted t j tbat bed? this afternoon,
recommending tbat he be impeached.
The grounds oa which the recommen
dation cf impeachment i baced are:
The receipt of money for licenses and
neglecting to pay it into the city
treasury, failine to enforce tbe ordi
nance in re.a'd to pawnbrokers, per
mitting his privita aecrs'ary, Jobn L.
Linton, to receive and retain public
moneys, e'c. Private SeoeUry Linton
hii ttndered his r damnation.
The onipUI Return iilvm Gov.
HKbn SO.70U naming.
I8PICUL TO Till ArPIAL.J
Little Rick, Abk., September 13
Official returns from fort-tbree of the
iventy five counties in this State give
Gov. Hughes a plurality of i.'0,7C0 over
hs competitors. A large majority of
rte counties yet to bear f'om give big
Democratic mejirities.snd the original
estimate of 30,000 for the ticket will
he easily leached. Secretary of State
E B. Moore is running way ahead of
Hrpublican t allium of Hniue Vote.
Auodeta, Mi., September 13
Chairman Manley La sent the follow
in telegram to the ed tir of tre New
York Tribun: 'Ihe re ut of today's
election? h a far la'jjT Republican ma
jority tben was auticipa.td; tbe lrg
eet, indeed, given in the State
for the, past fifteen years, ex
cepting in the Presidential veer?.
We exDec', 7(00 or 8000 " plu
rality. Tbe figures at this hour (11
o'clock) indicate a plu'a ity for Bod
well of not less than 12,0('0ar.d not im
probable 14,000: wa bave carried tve y
Cot gretsknal District, elected twe
thirds to tbrre fourths of theXegiala
tate, tbui securing us tbe Senate, and
county officers probably n fourteen
of the sixteen eonnties of the Stat".
Tbe Republican plurality i.i th's city
is the largest ever known, being more
than 700 out pf a to'al vote of 1800.
Thetjta' voe of the S ate will be
above 137,000. which isex'raordinarily
la-ge Lr an off year. Oat of this ag
gregate tbe Third party vote will not
exceed 35C0, far less than ws ex
pected by the leaders of the move
Maine J lection..
Portland, Mb., S.ptemb.r 13. One
hundred and ten towns give Bndwell
27,863; Edwarde, 22.521 ; C ark, 1448;
eg.ine t Robie, 31.824 ; R .dinan, 24,157 ;
Pr,hib tioniet', 673; Grfenbick, 1339.
Republican plurality 5J42, against
767; lose, 232).
O-e hundred and fi ty towns give
B.dwe l 34 532; Elwa ds, 27,305;
against Robie, 9, 4C0; Redman, 29.243;
Prohibitionists, 649; Greenbickers,
1518; fca tered, 7. R -publican plu
rality 7229, against 10,13$; loss, 2931.
An es imale of the gains in the Fiist
Congressional District indicates that
Reed, Republican, will have fiom 1200
to 1500 mej Tity.
Lewiston, Mb., Seplember 13. R9
turns from a largo number of towi s
in the teecond District show that Ding
ley, Republican, na been re elected
to'Oongress by over 7000 plurality.
A Tlralnl.TOHii Uoei l)r7.
t '"WwcnKtTBaA., September 1 3.
The drys carried every ward in this
city and their ticket by 109 majority.
Tbe law gees into efftct on tbe 1st of
next May and continues for two yeara.
A variety of opinions are expr.'Ese 1 as
tithe probvbe effect upon the busi
ness interests of the city.
A GALE AT BEW YORK.
Buildlniro VnronfVd and Tcleg:ritpb
Poleo atiiwn Down.
New York, September 12 Daring
the heavy storm which prevailed here
this evening the wind had a clean
sweep aciots the upper ond of the
island and did considerable damage.
Suns and awnings wer torn down
and homes unroofed. The gale was
felt more generally in Manhattan ville,
where seveial buildings were unroofed
and cne house entirely demoliehed.
Fortunately no persons were injared.
Several Weetera Union and firs alarm
poles were blown down and thrown
acrS3 the streets. People living in
the neighborhood were panic etrit ken.
They sought safety in the streets, pre
f arring a drenchiig to a burial under
a pile of bricks and mortar. The
etorra thronghout tbe city was ssvere.
Pc'des r'ans down town were forced to
tike refit. e in bnbwajs ard sore
door?. 'Ihe waves of tbe bay were bo
high that ttey were dished away up
over the ba'tery wall, nnd the pier in
front of the Dock Commissioner's
buildings ner the battery was flood
ed. The Pghtning struck a number
of bouses, and at ManhattanvMe sev
eral trees were pio-trated. In ceveral
ioBtanres tVe eleclric currents came
out of tbe telephone sevrral feet and
were acc mpenied with crackling
soundp. The highest rate of speed
attained by the wind was twenty-two
miles an hour. The total lainfall was
New Yobk, September 12. A sovere
s'orm passed over the tawn of West
chester this evening, deetroying shade
trees and wracking buildings. At
Williams Bridge a ho nee in process of
construction, owned by Jobn Young,
was blown down. A barn belonging
to Peter Briggs was struck by light
ning and completely destroyed, to
g tber with its contents. Fences were
blown down, telegraph poles pros
trated and small houses wrecked. No
lives were lost.
At Conejr I.lsud.
Coney Island, N. Y., Sept. 12. A
heavy southeast gale, accompanied by
rain and thunder, etruckConey Island
about dark this evening. Awnings,
signs, etc , were blown array. The
giasi pavillioa, Driody's pitvillion,
Perry'dand other hotels were dam
aged f l'ghtly. The new archway and
frame of the depot at the boulevard
terminus of the Sea Bench railroad
ex ention, was leveled to the ground.
Cyclone In lounerllcul.
Hartpodd, Ct., September 13. A
cyclone passed from southwest to
northeast through the edtze of ISuru-
sides, four miles eaet cf here, at 5
o'clock tonight. Its course, fortunate
ly, was mostly through woods, where
it cut a s'ra ght path an eighth of a
Toe frequent and painful disease,
rneumaiiBtn, can be permanently
cured by Salvation Oil.
"Oar Babjr'o Flint r.M
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Rned & Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building, New York City.
Ryan has made twenty-eight hils in
the last twenty-one games tbat he has
plaved. The Chicagoj bave secured a
truly great ball player in the youngster.
THE CONVERSE TRIAL.
COL. BULLITT DROPS OCT OF
TiiE CASE, LEAYle
The Defense Without a Lawyer More
'J e.-tlniony of Lntrotbrulness
,Hhat the "Tisscs" Sajs.
lariOIAL TO TBS APPIAL.I
Locisvillc, Ky, September 13.
The Lou'sville Presbytery met at 0
o'clock a.m. to continue the trial of
the Rev?. T. E. and F. P. Converse.
The prosecution continued its teati
mwiv by placing on tbe etand Dr. E.
M. Neal, of Shelbyville. The witners
testified, in substance, that he was ar
auainterl with tbe ir-neral lenntutinn
)f the Chriftian Obterttr for truth and
veraiity. He regarded it as bad with
the ministers and elders of the church.
He was acquainted wi'h the reputation
of tbe Rev. T. K. and F. Converse only
as editors of their paper. He was c
quaintrd with the friends of Dr.
Woodrow. He knew of no scheme to
divide the church by friends of that
The defense requested that the ernes
examination of the witness be post
poned until the return of Col. Bullitt.
The presbytery refused to grint the
request. The detente then atiked
some unimportant questions and they
excused the witness.
The Rv. Wm. Irvine was called to
the stand. The witness was acquaint
ed with the repu'ation cf the Chrittutn
Obitrver U r trnth end veracity. It was
Lot gocd. The witness knew the
reiu a'ion of Messrs. Converse & Con
versa for truth and vera' ity as editors
of the Observer only. It was that in
any controversy ia which tbey were
engaged tbey were not a'ways
trustworthy or candid. He knew
nothing of thu defendant) personally.
The witness did not at all sympathies
with the vi"W of Dr. Wcodrow on
evolution. He would not be classed
among ihore who were published as
Dr. Woodrow'a frlendi in the contrc-e-sy.
Tbe prosecution introduced c:pi s
ot recoids of General Assemblies
to saow that the attention of
the Assembly bad twic been called
t" mis statements of the Chritlian
Tbe Moderator ruled the evidence
not competent. Dr. Daniel argimd
that the papers we e lelevant. Dr.
Boggs called attention to points of law
on the case.
Tee Rev. T. E. Converse, for the
defecs, argued that the defense hid
no opportunity of proving tbe truth of
the evidence on account of papers that
had been lest by Dr. Brown.
Nearly all the time cf the court
having been taen up in leng drawn
out arguments, the htur for recess ar
rived, and pending a decUion on t'ue
quest on tbe Pieebytery adjourned
lor dinner, un reassembling, alter a
li ng and windy debate, the Moderator
was sus'ained, Dr. Daniel making an
except on thereto.
The next witness was the Rev.
Charles Hemphill, pastor of the Second
Presbyteriai' CburrK. He bad had
amp's opportunity to know itib repu
tation of tbe Chrittian Obsetver and he
regretted to sav he bsl.eved it bad.
The Meser?. Converse as editors
ranked on a par uth the paper. Dr.
Hemphill bad heard the papers repu
tation spoken of when a student at
Columbia College. Tbe examination
of Dr. Hemphill was long and tire
some, but nothing of consequence was
brought out ou'sids ot the fact that
he believed Dr. Woodrow a true Chris
tain and upright man. He was not
a believer in evolution.
Col. Bullitt, counsel for tbe de
fense, announced that he wou'd leave
f r Europe tinight, and asked that
after tbe prosecution finishes its side a
postponement be held until bis return
late in October. He said the defense
would only requ'rs two ortbresdavs
to finish up, and this was agreed to.
Tbe defense may finish to morrow.
What tbe "Times" Maya.
laricui, TO THE APPIAL.I
Louisville, Ky., September 13. As
to the Converse cise the Times this
af'ernoon in big black head linee Biys:
'Without a Lawyer." This is catued
by ihe f-ict that Col. Bullitt app?ardd
in the Presbytery and asked indefinile
leavB cf aleenc. It is underttcod
that he go a to Earope. His with
drawal from the Preebytery was as if
inE BOTTOM HAD DBOPPID OUT.
The defense, as if bewildered, asked
to hi allowed to postpone their cross
examicntion until after his return, but
es he bad aeksd lor an idennits leave
of atsjDce the caurt refused there
quest. Subsequently Col. Bullitt le
turned, and on behalf cf the defense
aeked a continuanca until November,
that they might have time to prepare
their ca e. The prosecution consent
ing, it was so ordered, but the ad
journment will not be bnl un
V tbe prosecution has finished
taking its testimony. Tbis ii
still going on. The Rev. S. M. Neal,
of She'byville. Ky.f the Rsv. Irvine,
stated clerk of the Preebytery, and the
Rev. Dr. Hemphill, pastor cf tbe Sec
ond Presbyterian Church of this city,
were on the stand. AH testified to the
bad reputation of the Converses. Mr.
Irvine's examination revealed the fact
that it is upon the records of the Pres
bytery tbat the Observer has twice be
fore been retorted to the Presbytery
Dr. Hemphill said he had heard of
its untruthfulness in Maryland. Ten
nessee and South Carolina, and that
he had carefully gone over the list of
the touthern Pre.-by erians preaching,
and noted the names of ninety of
them as having epok'n of the un
FORREST CH Y, ARK.
Conareoeman Ilnnu On for ew
York to Attend it Meeting- of
tbe River (lommliiilou,
IBMHIL TO THI APFIAL.l
Forrbst City, Ark., SeptBmber 13.
The Hon. Poindexter Dunn left this
evening fjr New York in company
with a delegation from the Mies'saippi
river, for tne purpose of representing
the interests of Arkanras before tbe
Mississippi River Commission, which
meets in that city on the lti.h inst .
fnr the purpose of allotting the 2,
000,000 appropriated by Congress to
tbe various works of improvement in
nrogrers on tbat river. He will re
turn in time to fill all bis appoint
ments to speak in his district, and
will make a very uiorougn and vigor
General hberldan on tieronlmo.
Wiinrvntnx. Fcn'emliBr 'if! (ion
Phil Sheiidan in a few days will go to
Tavanwrirth. Kas.. in At.tpnr1 th an.
nual shooting competition between
teams of the regular army, A reporter
of tie PoM aeked him atom the fa'e
of Geronitno. "I do not yet know,"
beta'.d, "whether there are any con
ditions attached to his surrender.
There is no doubt what onght to D8
done with him. Ha is entitled to no
mercy or consideration. If he eaonot
be dea't with summarily be wH prob
ably b removed ea-t ol the M es s-ip-pi,
to F.otidi pert aps tho very pine
where hs doesn't waut to go. The
Dry Tortucas would be a vood leser-
vation for I im."
Cavalry Jttuoion Slew Hank Orgnn-
Israelii. to THi AFpaiL.I
Grenada. Miss., September 13. The
First MieaisMppl Cavalry, rr Pmson's
B-uade, held a tennion hera today
which was attended by reprtsantativea
from all par a of tbe Sae. A hand
some sddrets of welcome was deliv
ered by tbe Hon. J. J. Slack. An
eloquent and impre slve speech wts
delivered by our distinguished c tun
and Sena'or, Gen. E C. Walthall, by
reauest of the letr nipnt, whuh was
enthusiastically received. There were
many iotere-.ticg reminiscences in
dulged in bv couirade with comrade
Tbe reunion was a decided succaas aud
thoroughly enjoed by all. A perma
nent oraanizHion w-8 efiettel and
arrancemen s rimle for annual re
unions. Tbey adjourned to meet in
Grenada n xi August.
Memphis had a moet wortby repre
s?ntaiive in Capt. J. R. Taylor.
The Merchants' Bank u urenada
was oran zed here trday with r-am
Lawrence as president and J. W, Mc
Leod as cashirr, and is now open for
business. It opens with a fai-i up
capital of $40 000, and its etitklio'dera
are amorg the most td'.vent aud mc
oeptfnl bueineSB men to be found in
North Missssippi. This is a want
long felt hxre and will prave of much
benefit to Grenada. From the char
acter of tbe itockholders it will no
doubt command the confidence cf cur
THE SEW SUPREME COURT
OrKuixfl by Electing Judge Tur-
uejr rniei justice.
IBPICIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Knoxvili.b. Tinn.. September 13-.
Supreme Courts convent d in the old
Supreme Courtrooms on Ma!n street
at 10:30 o'clock this morning. Couit
was immediately organized by electing
Judge Peter Tnrney Chiet Justice.
All tbe iU'' ires were present. Among
the new rules adopted was one order
ing two sessions of court each day in
stead of one, is heretofore. When
coort reconvened in the after
noon ttiere was an interest
ing Bcene presented. Tbirty
thiee candidates for Attorney Goneral
were placed in nomina ion, either in
person or by proxy. The East Ten
nessee candidates were Georga W.
Pic ale, of Dindridge H. II. Ingersoll;
and Georga P. Yoe, W. A. Hender on.
of Knox ville j Charles R. Vance, of
Uristol; Jobn A. Moon ana w. u.
Favne. of Chattanooga. Pickle was
chosen on the first ba ljt. The judges
first decided tbac the Attorney
General ehould come from Eatt
Tennessee, and Moon, wb .was
considered a leading candidate, was
laid on the shelf because he comes
from the same county from which
Judge Snodgraes comes fiom. Pickle
is comparatively a young man and is a
good man for the place. He is a na
tive tin rennesteean, a graduate 01
Prirceton, and read law under Djn
Voorbees, of Indiana. The court will
take up Knox county cases tomoriow.
lliirglxr. at Work Illinois Central
Ticket Ofliee and a Wblkjr
IBPIOIAL TO TBI APPI4I..I
Jackson, Tknn., September 13. The
ticket office of the Illinois Central
railroad in this city was broken into
Saturday night, and $105 in cash and a
number of tickets ttilen. An ax was
found in the oflioe which the thief
used in effecting an entrance. A man
was arrested in Humboldt, eighteen
miles ftom here, today, who isbelieved
to be the robber. He will bs brought
to th's city t imonow and tried.
Night before latt tbe whisky bonee
cf J. T. Cole, in this cily, wah bn kn
into and eome money and goods alolon.
There seems to be a band of tbiivia
in the city.
Tiiirty-turbe years have pns ed
since ih introduction 11 ur. jsu is
Cough Syrup, and it still stands un
rivaied. Get the genuine, l'ricu 25
A OR K On Kundaj, September 12, 1H8, at
12:2(1 o'clock p m., tiaoaiK W. Aokk, of Jlol
i ar ociuntr, Mit , aged iW yeara.
BUCKINGHAM At reiidenca of U. M.
QuackenbosK, No. 411 Union Mrcet, Monday,
September 13, 1SS6, Frank Mcik Buckino
ham, aaed 2U years, eldest ton of Laura Muir
and tbe late Frank Buckingham. (Vicka-bura-
(Mist.), Fradonls (N. V.) and Chatta
nooga papers please oony.
Funeral will take ilacs from Grace Church
this (TUESDAY) morning at 10 o'elook.
Friends are Invited to attend
Notice to Shippers.
Msupsia. Tknk., September 10, 1886.
COMMENCING today, September 11th,
freight doitined to points on the M., U.
and A. and I. 0. R. R.'s will he received and
delivered at the K. CS.and M. R. K. depot.
Pasenger trains on the M., B. and A. H. K.
will arrive and depart from depot, corner of
Main and Broadway, as heratofere.
J. II. SULLIVAN. Superintendent.
The Higbee School
FOR THE niOIIER
Education of Young Ladies
Beale, Lauderdale and Jef amine bti. ,
Incorporated with Colleglnte Prlv
AS INS TITttTI'iN OF HIGH REPUTB
AND KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Srpt 20.
w-Thorouih English and Classical Course.
Modern Languages by Foreign Teachers.
linok-keeping, buort-hand and Type
writing taught. , ,
Softools of Art, Musle and Elocution noted
for exceptional advantages.
special students received In every depart
ment, A new and elegant building will be ereeted
during the summer and IhII, wherein will he
lurntuhetl a anaclnus itudy hall, large pri-
.mary school-rooms, olass-roonifl, laboratory,
with the elegant man-ion used lor boarding
pupils and the wooded pleasure grounds,
will form one ol the most complete school
ihrnrr. irvtlinHfltll in Ami art ira erv. WOlcn.
foundations in the coiitn.
Catalotues ready August 4th.
For information adilrefs
MISS JENNY M. HIUBKK, Principal,
ALL parsons are hereby warned not
nnt.inia(:ArttflrttA Nn. till tor ten sharai
Masonic Temple Stock, issued toR. W. bhel
too, April 11, 1874, as it has been lost or mil-
am, anu 1 naveann iea lor a ouiuicai".
B. 11. tULI0N. AduuaiitraWr.
faontry Nlore Insnranee lilvrn
UKHCRAL IXSI HAXC K AH NT,
Room T, Cotton Kd'hange Building.
B)BInTlts Correspendence and Interview.
Display Exclusive Styles for
Correct and Artistic
Fabric! were never lo beautiful both
in texture and doaign as they are
Paris Combination and Vlgogues,
Plushes and Velvets
Of Superb Qualities.
Special and First Kxhlbitlon of Novelties
in Ureis Goods, Velvets and Silks.
Rich in Quality and l'niiaein Design.
Fassemtontorios and tlrnaments in Jeta
and Iridescent. Triinmingi in Caullls
Hair and Astrakan Uoat Kfieo's.
LONDON AND PARIS NOVELTIES In our
Hat Department. Misses' and Chil
dren's bebool HATS,
RICH FANCY FEATHERS. Special Bar
(a n lor Monday 5U0 Fancy Feathers
at 50o each.
THE SEASON IDEA of Trimming Is hand
some Kibbon Effects. Elegant Panoy
Ribbons in New and Attractive Kffeots.
MONDAY a Line of llandirme Ribbons
Thitty Diflerent Designs at 26c a yard.
SPECIAL OFFERINGS in Fall Weight
Wraps. We are enabled to offer our
patrons Wrapssuitable for present sea
son at One-Third Lets 'lhan Value.
.Special Diaplay of Fall WHAP3.
IN OUR OLOVB DEPARTMENT we olfor
the Balimoe ot Our Fine Silk and Taf
feta Uloves at ibo a pair.
WE HAVK Four or Five Different Lines of
Conots, outside of our Regular Styles,
that we wish to close oat. We will
oiler them all at S0e Monday. A great
opportunity to get a bargain. Ladies'
and Misses Uorsets in tnis lot,
arWe can eonrldntly say to our
patrons this season that we are ena
bled to o0er them the choioest pro
duets of the world. An early selection
is prudent and advisable. We shall
be pleased to wait npon you.
No. 238 Main Street.
MEMI'lIIS, .... TKNX.
OPKN THE EX TIKE IEAH.
TUB course of study Is eztunded, thorough
and praotlcal, affording superior facili
ties for obtaining a sound business education.
Vnr fl.t.iLUiiriin pall at. llm .rthnolrnom nr
address T. A. LKDDIN, Principal.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, hi78.
Vnrfitntf!l alinolufnlT pure
Cocfin, from which thnrxct'HA of
OllJian lK;on rrmoviMl, It mthre
tlmtsthe ntrenfjtKot Coi'oainixrtl
villi Htarch, A rrowrool i.r Buirnr,
Atut 1 ihoruforo fur inorocroiiuni
Im). anting t-84 than onf cent a
rup. H In dilluluup, nuurlr'hliiir,
!"trt'iiKi lu'iilriff, cattily tlltfifHtril
utm utlnilrutily ndapti-d fnr lnval
lidttim wu Ian forfmrrtuimlnlu'ulth.
Holt! by OrortTN CTorynhorc.
. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the trst of September. Voloe Training
and Vocalisation a speclalti .
Apply at K. Winmann A Co.'i, Beoond
street, or O. K. Ilouck. Main street.
J. F. II0LST & BRO.
(BUCCK8HOH8 TO Q. B. BOUT BBO.
HAVI BEMOTED Tft
Ho. 330J SECOND ST., ME.VniLS.
A FULL and oomplets stork of Wood and
XX Metallic Oases and La'Keu, tlo'.h-Cov-ered
Caskets and Bar'tal Kobes always on
hind. m-Orders by telegraph promplly
Mrs. Vade's School
For Young Lndiea and t hlldren.
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
Eleventh Annnal Session wilt begin Hon
day, i-plf inner o. IHHH.
T TIIE I'UIIXKJ.
WE, the undorsigned, having bought tho
entire business of manufacturing
Furniture, Mattresses, Awnings, Tonts, etc..
lrom Henry Duttenberg, would renpectfully
ask a share ol your patronage, knowing full
well that, from long experience, we oan and
will give entire sntislaotion to all work en
trusted to us. We will be ready at all times
to furnish Awnings, Tents. Paulina and all
kinds of canvas work make all binds of flrst
elasi Mattreises; repair, varnish and make
all kinds of Furniture; reupholster Parlor
Butts, and deliver goods free of cha-ge. Car
pets renovated in the true Persian style. All
wors. none promptly ana ainving prices.
K. UniieaberK eV Co., nil keoond,
New York Life Insurance Co.
GENERAL INSURANCE A8ENT.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
llICIIAItl) A. IrTCI ItnV, ProNltleiil.
The largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the Horld.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WILKEKSOX, Asent.
C.KO. O. HARBIN. 3X8. A.
Established in 1854
257 Main St.,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
I. K. GODWIN, fres'U J. M. OOOUUAU, Vlee-Pres't. C. U. B USE, Cuklev,
X3oaar c of
T, B. TIJRTjlIT,
J. M. SOODBABi
M, BM1TII, cuikLKa 4nt, r. J. BlACK.
r. T. WIT.KltRflOW. . T. OOOPIH. U. B. OUVflN.
JOHN ARMIHT1IAB, 0. B. BRYAN. A. W. NKWBOMiV,
MrA BasseMiliory ef aha Hteit. ef Tenaire.ee. Traaeaeta a UMtral ItaBUa
lleielaieM ael t;lM Bpell
J. C. NEELY.
BROOKS, REELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 307 Front Ntroct, : Jfemnlilw. Toiin.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Ncs. 320 and 328 Main
serOFR KTorK or rn. unn wintkr noonn in i.arofr and Mfcf.
(XKM I'l.K I K THAN HVKK tit f OH R, and our rriooi will oompare with those ef any boei.
la the United tilatss. TTe ate Agents for
Teaneaaee Hauaractarlag Co.'s Plaids, Drills, Sheeting, Shlrtlnf, Etft
XjXIIVEIVEON efts Ca.Xj3l1. ' .
ALABAMA SPLIUT COAL
mrMi-mr-wm M Wnprtn-aT'W
iVAIJCJ MB KAJL -
rate! to those who desire o try It. pell
J. R. GODUIN k m.
And Commission Merchants,
JBTob. 34 and ftO Madlaon Street. Meiaphlij
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WUOLKSALE AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STREET.
Ice Machines in Atlanta, Ga.
T HAVK for sale TWO ARCTIC ICE MA
1 CHINES, in Perfect Condition. Capac
ity, about tea tons each per day.
Price less than half the eost. Address,
U. W. AllAIH, Allnnln,
Dlt. 11. L. LASKI,
Fbjslclan, Sarjeon and Acconcher,
RESIDKNCB AND OFFICE,
S13 naln Ntreet, Near tVuloo,
II. XV. I.KATH.
J V. f aLLOi
Alleatlew lu t)ollellai.l
' sTlf. BR'JuKS. " H.'it. NliiiLV, .
nr Til It RANRKL OR AR-0 OR 19
barrel lota d.livere
id In the oitr at very low
Hate, lo nil stuluta oa MallrSMHla
TVT. PATTERSON A CO
SCHOOL OF ART
THE HKiBEE SCHOOL.
MEM I'll IN, .... TKXX.
DRAWIN, Palntini and, Wood Carvln
tauKht by the methods of the celebrated
Oinoinnti School of Desian. Kirst success
fully Introduce.! hore by Miss Carrie lea
londe Dnbyns, Principal School of Art, the
Nend lor NperlKl I'lrrular for Art
A. F.Davis, Painter
Has Removed to
No. 351 Second, South of Union
FOR Information about these foarful vlsl
tatloDl and other physical phenomena,
of the globe see M.uav'a Pavaic!. U.m
asPHY, a work of exoeedint Intereit for
schools or gsneral redors. t-pec men er,pM
19 Murray BUwt, Kaw ikGiUWa