E MEMPHIS APPEAL
MEMPHIS. TENN., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1SS6.
VOL. XL VI NO. 217
THE TAYLORS AT JASPER.
BOIH CANDIDATES WOBS OUT
FROM L08 OF 8LIEP.
Alf Opens tbe Ball and Robett
Takes a 3fp, Awatltsr in
ISFICIAL TO TBI IPPIit.l
Jabpkh, Tknk., September 14. We
started for Ja?per tbis momiag at 5 :30
o'clock, alter only a few hours rest at
Chattanooga. oih candidates era
much wera from lues of f-lfep. Bain
prevented tbn speaking outdoors bere,
and tbe candidxttg spoke in tbe conrt
boosa. No', withstanding tie weather
about 1500 were people prtsent, and
only part of them could be accommo
dated in tte building. Alf opened
todav, snd ner.t into hia speech show
ing tbe fiiigue of cins'aut travel, and
worked with much exertion. -
BOB TOOK A NAP
of t a'f an hour before going rn the
stand and wis in good trim. He came
on with, a emile, end wben he ross it
was the signal for an outburst of p
''piause. All's voice is in vtry bad con
dition, bu', he has a vigorous cocstitn
tion, end sid tody that ho would go
throujh this campaign if he died in
tbe fiflort. Alf was introduced today
by Mr. A. G. Grret Tbe Republi
can Candida' e made a handsome
speech and arraigned the Democracy
toth test if bis ability. He sad
tkat Kepub'icin'sm was growing, and
the reason for the f jilnre of tbe pafy
in this 8:a:e was i's dissensions. He
sa'd te tad bn informed besides
that as bi?h a? 6 for votts had been
paid by the Democrat in Nashville,
Memphis asd Columbia, and that
$21,000 had been pent at Nashville to
THE LUT ELRCTOS.
Tba' 1100 voles had been bought In
the county of 'Murray. But that in
tbe f ice ot this he was confidant of
election, as the differences in the Re
publican patty m Middle tnd Wist
Tenressee had baen healed. Cleve
land, he taid, bad d.f-ated Blaine in
this Hue r y only 9000 voti s, and that
tbe Republicans bad only to gain 4000
volt. Thref-'ourthg of the vole ol
the State of Tenmswe belongs to the
Republican party. Snme one in the
ctowd shon'fid: "Then vou are 40,(00
short". "Oh, yep," replied Alf, "tbat
is all wel', but you will !iave to bay it
and ynn bavn t go; the money to do
it." lie seid the coon'ry had thrived
under Republican nitional rule, that
labor bad been contacted undtr it and
tbat the wcrkingman knew no strikes.
He stated tbey tssumed ..
CONTBOL OF THE COUKTKV
with an empty treasury, and that they
hed repleiiiSlei it) vaul s. Ha main
tained tbe entire navy was the result
. ol Republican sppr.pria ion?, and ws
to"ay ttrong enough to guard 10,000
sr. ilea of )iv;r shire acdocesn coast
He was eurprised any ri Bpectsble pai ty
would oppose the B air bill, and eaid
tbe Iispublif an party wanted to ie
serve the public domain fur homes for
Co'. Bou ro3e aed started light into
' his e-neech, iter introduction by Capt.
W. E. Dona'deoa. He opened hi
speech by siyiog: "Now I am going
to hammer away a lit le while upen
tb carcass of the Republican party."
We have a glorious country. It is
the child of tbe ages, and tbe men wbo
mad itweie tbe purcstand best upan
the eer.b. Tiiev wtra designated by
God almigh'y. TBey saw that a crown
upon one head gave the tight to one
men to rule in luxury and .appixess,
wtung from sweat of labor, and they
said: We will
CHANGE THE OBDBR OF GOVERNMENT,
and instead of one crown resing upon
one head it is re-ting over the brow
c every American citizen, and we
have gathered here to see how we
shall best preserve tbe giand govern
ment of Jefferson.
His speech was a typical address,
and went mainly to show the disas
trous cocssquences of too nmch can
trail's Uion of government. He said
that the Repub'ican party had
trampled on the chart and c?mpiE8 of
the peop!e (ths constituiori), tbat
sets lor.h the power of government.
That the Republ;can par y cime in
with two thirds of bjth hcuso3 of
Congress. It had the judicial power
WANTED THE I'KBSIDKNCY,
and then its pawer wcu'd ba com
p'.et. He reviewed the h'stoiy ol re
construction with wondoifal pewer,
and cbaige-d tbe violation of every
ccnslitutional litht by the Republi
can rule. He showed tuat Democracy
always favored the education of the
His' speech was an elegant resume
of Republican mis in the South, with
whicn we are all familiar, Bad his
power was d Bplayed with uniformity
and force in relating it.
Both candidates speak atTallahcma
ton. o rrow.
TBE MISE DISASTER
At Beranlow, Pa. Ko Com m no lea.
llaa Wills tbe Imprisoned Men.
Scrantc n, Pa., September 14. The
eituat on at the Marvine shaft, where
the cave in occurred yt st- rday, re
mains practically unchanged. Th's
morning; tbe air in the return air
count showed gas to within two feet
of the floor. Liter in the day the gas
was four feet from the fl jor, showiDg
tbat it was dimin'shing in volume
atd that tbe speed at wnii h the fans
had been run was getting the
better of the vast amount of gas
eet free by the fa'l, and which
had accumulated during the night.
Tbis statement a; plies simply to the
airways and not to the slope. No men
could possibly live in such an atmos
phere. Nor does this indicate that tbe
air is being drawn from those po tions
of the mine where the ventil ntirg
cunent doe not b'ow. In euch places
the ges would "imply stand still. To
day Mr. Adnickot ventured down tbe
slope with a safety lamp. He pene
trated to within about thirty
five feet o! where Shuf's body is
supposed to be. Here his progress
wh stayed by the debris. There
were crevices in tin rock; through
which the air circulated, and there
was little gas in the slopep. Mr. Ab-
niikol called aloud several times,
waiting each time for a response, but
none came, rue crop is buu iu
progreec but it is apparently the sail
end. The coal is still llying, and occa
sionally the noise of a rending roc it
is heard. The settling will soon cease,
however, and the work will then be
commenced in the elope. Miners
could not be induced to work
there until the "working" has
ceased. An effort will be made
tomorrow to rerce thioughithe pi lr
into Young's chamber, by means of
drill, and thus determine tbe question
of tne presence there of gas or air.
The dis'ance through tbe pillar is not
great, and the noise of tbe blasting
coold be easily beard by these im
prisoned within, if they were in a con
dition to bear, tnd if they would
fiound cn tbe coil beyond, tbe minera
n tarn could hear them. Afier etch
bla t the miners wait with bated
brea h for some response, but none
tas thus far come.
OF THE OXDITIOIf OF AFFAIBS
AT CHARLES! ON.
His Circular to Ilia . A. R.-Mealy
80,000 oia tha Hw York
Chamber of Commerce.
Charleston, S. C , September 14.
Ex-Gov. Lucius Fairchild, of Wiscon
sin, commander in cbict of tbe Grand
Army of tbe Republic, and Col. E. B.
Gray, arrived here yisterdy and
spent today examining the eSects of
tne earthquake and consu ticg with
tbe Myor and the Committee on Re
lief. Tte object of Gov. Fairchilo'a
visit is to see whether it is necessary
ti make an appeal to the Grand Array
of the R-public for assKtince for
Charleston. Tiie situa ion has been
fully explains 1 to him. At a meeting
of the Kilitjf Committee today it was
etited that it will t .ke at least $1,000,
000 to put tbe necessary repairs t J the
bouses of pe sons who are utterly un
able, UDaided,.to make their hiuses
site snd habitable. Forms of applica
tion tjr atsis'Ence tu rebuilding will
baisemd tomorrow, and plans com
pleted likewise forgiving limned pe
cuniary relief to tnose in need of
c'othing, bedding, etc., tn consequence
of the earthquake. Bricklayers are
now paid $5 a day and pksterers f 4,
which tends to cneck rebui ding op
Circular to Clraud Army Comrades.
Chabl1 stow, K O , September 14
Ex-Gov. Lucius Fairchild. of Wiscon
sin, Commander in Chief of the Grand
Army ft trie KepuDUc. reque ts tre
following tddrcFa to be telegraphed to
the Associated Frees:
Charlkston. S. C. Snnt.mt H. 1B8S.
Comradui of tbe tirand Army of the lle-
With ycii, I have been profoundly
touched by the great ca'amity to
Ubaru Hton and v.cmitv caused by tbe
recent eartt quake. I Come bere as
your reproeentative tJ earn
the ' exact facts as to the
nece-sities of the people and to
take such action as the occasion m'ght
require. Tee bituatio i is brie-fly as
follows: Tbe immediate demand for
food is promptly answered by funds
already contributed, but there is a
class of citizxns whose houses are
more or lees chattered, and who have
no means wherewith to repair them.
This claes,acd those who, being home
lev, have nevertheless suffeied loss
of personal property, require aid f om
abroad. It will be t) taein a continued
calamity unlets help is rendered.
The community teie hava done, and
are doing, everything in their power,
A large sum ol r oney is required to
do all tbat orght to ba done. This
rondi'ion of affiira warrants imme
diate and ext aordinsry effort. I feel
confident that every com wda is anx
ious to do what he can to bring com
for;and happiness to the stricken
people. I therefore r quest depart
ment commanders local upon each
post in their departments at once, to
appoint a committee, who shall collect
such sums as comrades and tieir
fellow cit zens in cities, village?,
and on the firms may desire to con
tribute. The money should betiant
mitted to department beadquarteis,
whence it will be sent to W. A. Conrt
enay, Mavor of Charleston. A corn
mi' tee, coneisting of seven of the bet
citizens of Charleston, will see to it
that the money is properly applied to
the relief of tae worihy and cece si-
tOUS. LUCIDS FAIRC'n I.D,
Coininnmter in Chief, II. A. 11.
Ken York Chamber of Commerce
New York, 6eptemb9r 14. At a
meeting of the R;lief Committee of
the Chamber of Cqmmerce, held tbis
aitsrnon, toe treasurer, Mr. John
Crosby Browr, reported that he had
received snbcrir.t ocs to date amount
ing to S59.71:'). and he was authorized
to pend a f jrtfcer 20,003 to tbe Mayor
of Charle s'on. Letters fr: m the vicin
ity of Cbar:eston wera received asking
assis anee, or d they were refined t
tbe Mayor of Cbarleeton for hie con
sideration. Mr. W. J?.. Doago, chair
man of tbo com niitee, ttated that he
lied received a letter f'Oin Mayor
Cour snay in which he raid that c'i
raat'c and Eanitary reasons now com
pelled a return to euch homes at were
nabitahle. They could live for a time
without plastering nd With other dis
comforts; the people) were a'l cheerful
and moie ralui; and added tbat the
people of Charleston would bold as
beyond price, through all time, their
identification with a common Ameri
can citizenship, which Cime to them
in their great tral strong to help,
strong (o lift np. Charleston wou'd
never forget all that had been done
for her. Dr. Simmonda, president of
tbe First IN at lor at lisnk of Charleston,
suggested tt at a building" association
should be farmed to loaa money at a
low rats of interest to tbe people of
Charleston for rebuilding their homes,
and the suggestion was referred to a
committee for cinsiderat on.
For Deer Hunt, bnt the President
l-li lira Wlih etaccem.
Prcrpkct House, N. Y., Seplemb r
14. Tha second attempt at a deer
hunt bavirg proved a failure, on ac
count of a storm of unusual violence,
Preeilerat Cleve'and hetcok himeelf to
fishing tcday. The arraignments for
tbe hunt were complete, even to tha
ctl'o ing of a 0 o'clock breakfast, and
the Preeident was no more disap
pointed at its failure than were the
gentlemen who were to accompany
tim to Lorg Pond. A bun', how
ever, is in ttore for them
the latsr part of the week
in tbe Tamper Lake region.
Mrs. Cleveland, Mra. Folsom atd Mrs.
Lamont are expected to be members
of tha party which will leave the inn
for tbe hunting (rounds. On her
former visit to Racquette river, Mrs.
Cleve'aid tro.led for pickerel and ebe
was delighted at pulling one aboard
the boat we'gbing eix pounds. As tbe
season for specklod trout closed today,
the President determined to "make a
day of it," snd vieited Bog Clear Inlet
in the forenoon and again after din
ner. Two of his fish wera beautie',
weighing one and three-quarter pounds
We can recommend our readers to
use Dr. Bull's Cough Hjrup in all
c&ies oi coughs, colds, etc.
STILL HOLDS THE FLOOR.
PROGRESS OP THE COSTERSE
TRIAL AI LOUISVILLE.
The Court Adjourned by Consent
Lulll the Second Tuesday
TSPICUL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Locisviu.E. Ky SeDtember 14.
The eiter pait of today's eession of
tne uonvcr.e uourt was taken up
with a discussion of an interview
printed in the Commercial this morn
ing, in which one of the Converse
brothers is allrged to have said that
Dr. Hemphill nad at some time or
other stated that he never beard
"ore out of 12,403 subscribers to the
OliMver aey gocd word for the edi
tors." Dr. Hemphill denied the language.
and wanted the Converse brothers to
ttite whether they bad used the lan
guage escribed to them, After some
bicaering tbe Convirses denied thst
they bad made tte statement, but ob
jected to tte denial going tn record,
as tbey said the evident intention was
to-cteataan unprcs ion that they had
been preparing statements for the
paper.1. An trgumeot then aroee be
tween the piosecntirs and defendants
S8 to whether some evidence pert lin
ing to tne Publication Committee
should be brought up at this time.
An agreement has b?en made be
tween toe prcsscutors and Co'. Bul
litt as to how ihe matter should bo in
troduced. Dr. Daniel stated this
agreement as both be and Dr. Eoggs
remembered it, having wiitten it down
at the time.
Ihe Rev. Conveisa ttit'd that the
ag eement was entirely different, and
as no record had been mada of the
matte1, it being a private agreement,
and Col. Bullitt being absent, the
qu'Btion binged upon a matter of fact
and could so no further.
The moderator ruled that the whole
matter could be brought up sgain as
originally. An appeal was taken and
the boute overiuled ths moderator.
There was then nothing before the
house, but the Rev. T. E Converse
asked to make an argument as to
wbeiher the matter of toe Publ'catiou
Committee should be gone into or not.
He thought Bob Ingeisoll cou'd nc t
do the cause as much barm as the ie
vival of the o'd d scord concerning
the work of the Publication Cjmmit
tee would do.
The R-v. 8 M. Neal said the de
fondant had intimated tbat an invoe
tiga'ion into the affairs of tbe Publica
tion Committee would be harmful. He
was unw llirg to have any work con
nected with tue church upon which
the light of day could not be turned
An investigation could do no harm,
but such statements were harmful.
If tli9re was anything wrong in con
nection with the committee it ehould
be exposed, aud he was sat bind that
tbe mauibers of the committee were
perfectly willing to have such an in
vestigation held. Ha was unwilling
for any minister to make such an in
ference as the defendant had made
wiihout notica being taken of i.
The Rev. T. E. Conve se stated that
be intend' d to cmvey no such im
pression. Tne defendants moved that
tbe Rev. J. L. Maitin, one of the
prosecutors, ba reqnireito appear per
sonally before the Court at the next
meetirg and give testimony. The
court tLen adjourned until the second
Tuet day in November at 12 o'clock.
The prosecution still holds the floor
and will ontinuethe taking of testi
mony at the next meeting.
Still Haster of tha Hltnatloo.
Louisville, Ky , (September 14. At
tne r quert oi tne detente lor continu
ance tne Presbytery of Louisville ad
iourned tbe Con vers s case today till
November Otb. Prosecution is it'll
matter of the situa'.kn, laving re
served its right to continue taking tes
timony. . Col.- Young a few days ago
put a finishing touch to his teet mony
on the insurance case by affirming tbat
the Messrs. Convene admitted to bim
tbat they knew the fact that Mr.
Moeeley was in a precarious condition
at tbe time they applied for bis rein
statement. Col. Young, as president
of tbe company, went to the Con
verges alter the transaction and coin
plained at the suppression by them of
Mas knnweienge at tne time oi wr.
Mose!ey'd reinstatement. Co'. Bullitt
then admitted that a tslegram nad
been received 1 y ths Converges to the
effe tthat Mr. Mo?eley was lu a preca
rious condition, lue main depend
encs of tbe defense has been Wood-
row's evolution and a lawyer, and the
lawyer ties gone to i-.urope.
Nudilen Death of a Froinlnent Mem
ber of the llnr.
larlOIlL TO THl APPIAI..I
John C. Rad, a well known and suc
cessful lawyer at the bar, died very
suddenly at bis residence on College
Hill last night of heart disease. Mr.
Raad had large business interests in
country and was one of the directors
of tbe Brownsville Havings Bank. His
father. Judge E. J. Read, died in jnst
tbe fame way about a year ego. His
sadden death bas shocked and grieved
his many friends here, and ths deep
est sympathy is felt for the tfllicted
family. Tbe funeral takes place at
10:30 o clock tomorrow.
GE1TING EVIDENCE F0RBIV0RCF.
Detrrllvra lireak Into m Itooui to
Help 9Ir. Bonn lu Ilia Null.
New York, September 14. A six
i . . L .i -i . -, : .... nnj tn, . 1 1 1
in stocking feet, crept up to a bed
room door in a certain hotel at li .tu
Beach at m'dnight, about a week ag-,
and listened ut the ketjholo. Huiblouly
one tf tbem exclaimed "Now!" and
the trio, pu,tTg their shoulders to the
door, bnr?t it in. A woman ran
screaming through a communicating
door to another bedroom. A man in
tbe room reached fir a pistol, and if
he had not been stopped by the her
culean detective there would have
With a pistol pressed against his
head the occupant of the chamber was
compelled to lietan to the intruder's
exp'analion. They told him that the
lady who had just run out of the room
was Mm Lizzie Moore, snd tbat her
husband wes Albert T. Moore, one of
tha men present.
Mrs. Moore bad come to the hotel
with ber child, end announced that
aha was a widow. The gentleman
who'je acquaintance the bad made was
David 1. Cus ck, of New York. He
told hotel people tbat he wes about to
marry the widow. When be found
tbat the men were only seeking evi
dence against Mis. Moore lor use- in
ber husband's divorce suit, he ex
claimed: "Well, you've got what you
want. Now, go. 1 thought she was a
LITTLE KOCK. AUK.
Accidental ihe Residence afMr.
ISPICIAI. TO TBI APrlAL.I
Little Hock, A rk . Keptemb r 14.
Oua ol tbe saddw-t and most heart
rending eaeea of drowning which ba
ever icocrrei in this cmnty took
ptace near me residence of Mr. James
Marse. eix miles siu h of this city.
lata yeBterday afternoon. William
Hocs'nger, tbe Uytarold s'ep-son of
Mr.'Maree, was swimming around In
pond near nis tonne. An elder
brother was s'anding on the
bank watching his funny
evo utions in water when a'l of a sud
den the boy was taken with cramps
and called to his brother Henry to
come to his rescut. Without waiting
Henry sprang headlong ino the water
and scon bad William in hia trn- s, but
tbe now exhausted boy and a load of
heavy wet clothes we:ghted Henry
down to euch en ex et.t that his
friiihtenel brother s weight was more
tban he could carry and both bojs
soon sunk to rise no more in ten feet
of water. Mrp. Jlarse. the mother of
the beys, heard ber cbi'd's first
scream wben she was in tbe kitchen
cookit g supper, and she st once ran to
the pond. Just then Henry plunged
p. The poor w-man watched
her two little darlines strnir-
gling for 1 fe in the water, aud
saw them sink for the last time
beneath tbe cruel waves. Then ebe
fainted and has been a ravirg maniac
ever Bince, and it is thought her mind
has forever gone. It wesas ght cul
cula'ed to crezaa person even not so
near tbe unnrtuaate parties as a
mother, and the warmest sympathy is
expressed for the family here where
tbey ara well known.
PARNELL'S LAXD BILL
Will Be Supported bj Mr. Uladatone
and Alao by tbe Radical.
Lind:n. September 14. It is stated
in tbe lobby oi tbe Housa tf Commons
tbat the alterations made at the last
moment in Mr. lamella land bill
have only eerved to increase t: e gov
ernment's dislike of the metBiire;
also, that all the membra of the Con
servative party and ah.uit a dozen Lib
eial Unionists, who a-ill remain in
town, will oppese the ae.-ond read ng
of the b 11. The members of tbe
opposition obecrve reticence on tbe
eubjict. It is luroored that Mr. Glad
stone will not tupport Mr. Parneil's
billon account of the clause relating
to leaseholds. On the other band, a
usually well informed gentleman says
tbe ex-Premier will support the bill,
that he is in constant communication
with Mr. Parnell.and that he approves
the bill as finally drafted. Tue Rad
icals have decided to support Mr.
Parnell. They argue that the bill
will have a most beneficial (fleet on
social order in Ireland, which, if noth
ing is done to relieve tne tenants, win
go from bid to worse .the probable
remit being a re! of coercion.
Radicals insist that the firttxoniit:on
of any plaa for dealing with Ireland
must be no coercion, and that logical
ly, therefore, tbey must support Mr.
rarnelt. it is atntea mac oir
Wiliiam Vernon llarconrt and Mr.
John Morley intend to speak in favor of
Mr. Prnel's bill. A meeting of
members of tbe House tf Ccnwnns
ii.teres'ed in church de'enee was held
tody to devise means for counteract
ing the f if rts of these wbo favor dis
establishment A s long feeling was
expressed in favor of forming an organ-zed
party in the II;uss of Com
mons, witn "wnips, ' wncse ooieci
may be summed up in the phrase:
"Churchmen first, politicians after
ward." "Mother, the ladies are all out in
spring dresses and I can't wear mine
for fear of neuralg;a." Pshaw, child,
g) and buy a bottle of Salvation Oil.
A. 0. U. W.
TIIE resularmeetingof Chickanaw Lodge,
No. 40, will be held tonixht (WEDNES
DAY) instead of tomorrow nuht. All mem
bera are earneatly requeated to be preaent, aa
it ha! become neceaaary that I ho lodxeahould
change its night of mooting to aome other
than Thunday n'ght. llosidoa, other Im
portant mattera will be uii lor ronsidornt on.
J. C. CnwMPTQK, fteorrilcr.
M M n. friitArmillv li.vili.rl.
liy oruor u. If. uavakiauu, n.iu.
Attest: A. 8. Mykub, Kocrotary.
jr EMPHIS LODdE NO. 6, K. P - Xjrx
xyj will mot'.t In rniru ar ennven-f- 1.1
;nn al )..;. 'na'A 9i T, Main!? i.T y'
Btrent, tlua I W KUA b.hDA 1 ) nmlit,
r-ept. loth, at 8 o'clock, for tbo par.
tin nl nnnTnrritiff I hn K niunTR nan K.
Viaiting Knigbti lruternallr invited
l y ordor K. A. TAYLOR, C. C.
Attoat: E. L. Mookk. K. R. and 8.
Ml. K. L. LASKI,
I'bjBlelan, hnrrcon nd Acconcher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE.
343 Main Street, Xear Union.
Telephone No. M.
Metnphle. Blrmlaa;hain anil Atlantic
OmiiBit. Pahbekoir Aiikt's Orrroi,)
Kamsai City, Mo., beptember IS, lHHti. J
CIRCULAR NO. 1.
MR. II. D. Ellia la appointed General
Agent of the Paaaenger Department,
with office at 31 Madiaon atreet, Memphla.
All nuniaitiona for tinkata and all commun
ications pertaining to tho local patsenger
busmesa 01 tne line mould oe utoimwu w
him. J. K. LOCKWOOD.Oen. P.aa. Ag't.
Apnrovod : Hgo. II. Nktti.tow. Prea.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, fci78.
Warranted nlnoltltcly pnpe
Cocoa, from which tlio cxcina of
Ollhoa been ri-movud. IthiwMrw
ffmea tht ttrcnglb of Cocoa mlind
with Hlarch, Arrowrootor Sugar,
and In therefore far moro ecotlom
l7it, cotting I n -! one ccnl a
CltJ. It la d'-lloloun, IIUUrjHIIlUK.
tn-nitthinlng, caaiiy uibiiu.
anu admirably adapted ror nival.
Ids aa well aa for pcraona lu huulth.
Sold bjr tlroceraetory where.
. BAKER & CO.. Dorclicslcr, Mass.
A. 6. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
BOU BB001VI3 S 17.
Where they will continue to aell House Far
n iahing Uonda Cheaper Than Anybody,
and on Kasier Terma.
Miss S. F. May's Art Studio.
KEOPEXS OCT. 4,
PUPILS pronared for "The Art Student'
League,' of New York, or any other
Brat claiaartacnooi tney may deaire wenier.
Ajdjreai 7 HaUn Rtreel.
LEILA SCOTT LODtlE, No, 29, R
F. A A.M. Will ineot in apooinl
cmumuuicntinn this (Wkpnuniiay) r jF
evening, Sopt. ISth, nt 7 :i!0 o'clock,
for wn-k in thn M. M. l)nroo. All' v '
.11 r W li 1 1
fTEE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"Tit- Jtfecthe sexrr.ige system
cf trany vur ddes and the tio
drainage f our large twns and
rural districts, are poisoning the
very sou reft of potable water in
A. Van der Veer, A.M., M.D.,
,-,, , tit Mnffrml s.vuty tf
.tv .S.-.Uo.V,:.. V,,ri.
Fehrucrv 3, IS56.
" The purity of APOLLTXARIS
vjers the first seeuri.'y against the
dangers which are common to most
vf the ordinary drinking wafers."
London Modictl Record.
ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS
CrMGrxtrttDraggiltt f Min. 11'at.Pf.tfrt,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
And Country Store Inmirance Ulven
Npeclal Attention, by
UKNEKAL IKSI KAM'B AUENT,
Room t, Cotton Kiohange Building.
BWlnrltea Corroupmileric't and Intorview.
Display Exclusive Styles for
Correct and Artistic
Fnbrloi were nevar 10 beautiful both
lu toxiure snd design aa they are
Pari! Combination and VUoguea,
Pluahea and Velveti
Of Superb Quulltlea.
6leolnl and Firat Exhibition of Novaltlea
In ilreia Uooda, Valrata and Sllaa.
Rioh tn Quality and llni-iae In Dealun.
Paanamftntorioa and Urnamtnta in Jota
and lridcaeeuta. Trlinunnx" in Caiuilt
llairand Aatrakan Uoai blleota.
LONDON AND PARIS N0VE1HB8 In our
Hat Department. Mlaaea ana vnu
dran'a Uohool HATS.
RICH FANCY FltATHKRS. Finolat Rar
a-a-n for Mondaj SOU Fancy i'eathera
TIIE REASON IDEA of Trimming l hand
ome KibboH Kffeota. Kloaant Fnnoy
Kibbona in Maw and Attractive Snoots.
MONDAY a Line of Ilnndannia Ribbone
ibntr Uinorent uoaigni ut oa yarn.
SPECIAL OFKE RINGS In Fall Weight
Wraps, ive are enaoiea to oner our
patrutm rnp aunaoie ror preaentioa
aon at One-Third lat Ihan Value.
Special Display of Fall WRAPS.
IN OUR GLOVB DKPARTMENT wa offor
the JJahmce 01 our m aim ana lai
feta Ulovea at 25o a pair.
WE HAVE Four or Fire Different Llnea of
Coriota, outalde or our negular Myiea,
that we ih to oloae out. We will
otler them all atftOo Monday. A groat
opportunity to get a bargain, badlet
and Mistea Conett in thla lot.
arWi can confldsntly aay to our
Eatrona thii aeaaon that we are ena
led to offer tbntn the ohoioeat pro
duota of the world. An early (election
la prudent and advisable. We shall
te pleased to wait upon you.
No. 238 Main Street.
MEMPHIS, .... Ti:.N.
OI'KN THE EMilte 1KAK.
rPIIE course of study Is extended, thorough
-a. anu prniiui, autiruuia mriiir ihciii-
tics for obtaining a sound business eduaation
For Catalogue call at the achoolroom or
add rest 1. A. LKUU11N. Principal
The Higbee School
FOR TUB DIQIlEft
Education of Young Ladies
Beale, Lauderdale and Jessamine bti.,
Incorporated nlila Collegiate 1'rlv
AN INSriT"TDiN OF niGH REPUTB
AND KINOWM KAClSbLENCE.
Fall Term OireiiB Moutlny. Kept. 20.
sMTThorouth English and Clasieil Course.
Modern Languagea by roreign teachers.
Book-keeping, bhorthand and '.type
bohools ol Art. Muslo and Elocution noted
for exceptional advantages.
Special atudenti received In every depart
ment. A new and elegant building will be erected
during the summer and tail, wherein will be
lurnished a apacioua study hall, large prp
niary achool-rooma, olass-rooms, laboratory,
lihrarv. EVmnusiuin and art gallery, which
with the elegant mansion used for boarding
puptla and tne wooded pleasure grounds,
will form one nl the moat eomplete achoo,
foundations In tne touth.
Catalog lies ready August 4th.
For infiirmation address
MISS JENNY M. lilliDEE, Principal,
For Younit Latllea and t'blhlren.
NO. 498 SHELBY ST,
Eleventh Annual Session will begin Moo.
Pay, SM-inciimsT no, s
Notice to Shippers.
Memphis. Tis., esptember 10. 1886.
C10MMENCIN0) today, September 11th,
I rreiirht dostined to points on the M.. II.
and A. and I. O. R. R.'a will be received and
delivered at the K. C, S. and M. R. R. depot.
Passenger trains on the M.f 1). and A. R. R.
will arrive and depart from dopot, eorner of
Jnatn and uroaiiwaj.ai ueretuirv.
i, 11. SULLIVAN, Superintendent.
GENERAL INSURANCE AG'T.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
ME MP HIS
OF NEW YORK.
ltlCIIAKD A. M'CUKDY, Pronhlont.
The Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in tho World.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN Fa WILKERSOaV, Affcnt.
GKO. O. HARBIN. JAS. A.
Established in 1854
257 Main St.,
EDWARD MOON 8s CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
NOW. H ami lO 1T.10. NTH EET, MEMIMIIN, TENX.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. K. GODWIN, Proa't. J.M.0UUUAK, Vlce-I'rcs't. C. II. RAISE, Caahlec,
Bourd of Dlraotora.
'. B.TT3RL1T. J. M. GOODBAR, J. R. 80DWnt,
r'.B.BRUCl. M. GAVIN, J. W. IALL8.
. M. BMITH. CUARLBH KNET, R. J. BLACK,
nWiUMIHTIUD. 0. B. BRYAN. A. W. N KW80M.
aarA Bepaaltory of tha Htata of Teisaeeeee. Traaaaeta weaterai Maamlaa
Uaelaeaa anal aleee Mtaalal Atleallua to sjollMitMta.-M
J. C. KEKLY.
S. II. BR30K8.
BROOKS, NEELY & GO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
No. 37 Front Ntrect, : MemplilHe Tnn.
111101 & tell
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nog. 326 and 328 Main
aarAITR HTOTK Or FAI.I WlflTER GOODS IS LAKGKK ARB BfO!.
OQMPLBTK THAN fMK BCf)HI. and our prioei will eompare with thoae ef any beeii
ta the United Btalei. We are A id n la for :
TtaieaMt Hanafactarlag Cc'i Plaldg, Drills, Sheetlne;, Bhlrtlnr, Eta
ALABAMA SPLINT 1L
TWataTUIC HVrTT'n T,,K BAKRKI. OR CAR-S OR lO
Jllal. JUiiM"" barrel Inti delivered In the oily at ver low
rates tn IWe who rlealre to try It. Special Malea to all polula an Mallroada
P. TVT. PATTCTSOW CO
Rim r Si m
And Commission Merchants.
Bfoa. 34 and SO Madiaon fjtreet, 5ffemphlj
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the first of Baptember. Voloe Training
and Vooalisation aaceoialti.
Apply at K. Witimann A Co. 'a, Second
ltreetir 0, K. llouck, Alain meet.
MATTHEWS. H. W. I.KATH.
U. M. NEELY.
UU MfaU Wa
SCHOOL OF AItT
THE 1IUJBEE SCHOOL.
MEMl'IIIS, . TE3X.
DRAWING, Paintint and Wood Canrlnj
Uuaht by the malhoils of Ihe oelebrated
Cinoinnnti Sohool of Design, first success
fully introduced hore by Misa , Carr lea
limde Dobyna, Prinolial bchool of Art, tha
Mend for Special ftreular for Art,
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