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MEMPHIS, TENN., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1SS6.
VOL. XLVI NO. 218
BY THE FARXEBS CONTENTION
AT PHIL DELPHI A.
KiDgioff Resolutions Adopted The
Oleomargarine Bill The Agri
Philadelphia. Pa., Eeptember 15.
Upon reassembling there waa some
discussion on tne oleomargarine ques
tion. The Committee on Keso ration
reported as follows, and the report was
Wheiuas, The agricultural interests
'and welfare of this country are the
propei ty of induitrial cit zeus and are
of the rirst importance. Agricultural
legislation, or legislation designed to
promote or protect the conditions of
agriculturists and chield agricultural
inrius'ries and prevent the injurious
and deyretains irfl'iences resulting
irom tDe rro.ti( ol iraurl, is and al
ways will be desirable ; therefore, ba it
Retolved, Tbat to maintain and re
tain what has been secured to the
fanners ia the past and to secure what
may be desirable in the future, this
convention, representing 8,0C0,000 of
farmers in this country, in the interest
of pure legislation, the prosperity of
tne country ana tne weiiare ot tne
famier, urfjtsfor the best considera
tion cf tUe farmers an i people at
large of the country that no man
ehould bs elected to t onpre-a who by
his past record and pretext reputation
is autaaonia'.ie to tl.e prosperity of the
great industiiescf the country; and
Resolved, That we, the farmers of the
Lniltd btates, m convention asaem
b ed, duly recognize the earnest, in
tellitent and eHVetive lalor of its
friem's in Congress in securing the
passage of the oleomargarine bill, and
thst it is tie sense ol this convention
that such friends are entitled to and
le?crve the unqualified support of the
larmers, regaraieES ol party tits or at
Resolved, That it is the duty of the
general Government to use all its
powers by legislation and by treaty
to nave removed every discrimination
asainet our product9, and to extend
the area ana volume of our produc
tions. Retolved, That the immense interests
of ngricuhure demand a secretary of
agriculture, with toe right and prm
legs of a Cabinet Minister.
Mr. Burroughs, wendent of the
New Jersey 8iate Board of Aoricu'
ture, offered the following, which was
Resolved, That we beiebv call udou
the Congress of the United States to
eo revise the taint JaB of the country
by imposing such duties for the cereal
amrdairy products as to stop foreign
competition in tnese productions.
The committee then offered the foL
lowing additional resolution, which
were adopted :
In view cf the injury done to the
wool growing industry of the count) y
by the reduction of 10 per cent ad
valorem duty in 38S3, the effect has
been that a depression of $157,000,000
in this product, and this industry, ia
no longer remunerative ; therefore, ,
Resolved. That the eamsattention
?i Oonsre-B is hereby directed bv this
invention, and the re-enactment of
the duty charged previous to 1883 is
recommended as a just protection to
tne agricultural pursuit of wool grow'
Resolved. That tho doIi'cv of Prsi
dent Cleveland and Mr. Lamar, Seer
tary of the Interior, through Lind
Commiesioner Sparks, in checking
land grabb.ng, and preventing spolia
tion upon our public lands and pre
serving them as an inheritance to our
children, meets the approbation and
hearty approval of this convention.
Mr. Seymour, of New York, offered
the loiiowing, which was adopted:
Whereas. The unsettled condition
of labor in this country affects the
agricultural interests ; therefore be it
Resolved, That this convention eym
patbizea with the workinsnien in all
lawful and honorable efforts to better
Adjourned till tomorrow.
THE ST. LOUIS MANAGER
Of the Wfulfrn I'nion la Cnnnttn and
Short Id Ilia Accounts.
St. Louis, Mo , September 15 Sat
urday night, September 4th, Mr. E. H.
Brown, local lnatngsrcf the Western
Union Telegraph Company, left the
city witnoui nouiyu g eitner tne tee-
graph cflicial!i.or his family. Oa the
lopday following he telegraphed Su
perintendent li. U. .Baker from Wind'
sor, CauaJa, saying be was ill and sub
ing for a vacition. The peculiar man
'ner of his departure caused Suner.
tendent Biker to order an examina
tion of his bocks. While no positive
loicrmaiion is lurnisiied by telegraph
people, it is intimated by Col. Baker
that, there is a shortage in Mr. Brown's
account, but no statement is made as
to amounts. fly reason of the manner
in which bnsinecs is conducted, the
shortage, if any exists, must of neces
sity be small. Brown had been in the
Western Union service fully twenty
five yeara, and had been highly
esteemed in business and social ways.
His habits were, ao far as known, ex
emplary, lie has a wife and several
children, and owned a neat little home
in this city.
fhe Coming Convention at Rich-mouil-A
Pittsbckg, Pa., September 15.
There is said to bs a quiet caavass
among the Western delegates to the
General Convention of the Knights of
Labor to become more firmly united
upon a plan of action before proceed
ing to Bichmond, Yn., where the con
vention is to be held. The plan that
hi j been suggested is to have all of
the Western dejegatar, including the
nine from thi city, stop over in Pitts
burg, where it is proposed to bold a
caucus. The move hts thus far b;en
eo successful that nearly all of the
Wetteru delegates have decided to
proceed to Richmond via Pittsburg,
and already it ha been decided to
rnn a special train from this city to
the convention. It is expected that
these delegates will arrive here three
or four days bef ore the date for the
convention, which will afford them
amp'e time to determine upon a
united plan cf t c'ion as representa
tives of the West. A representa
tive membr-r of the oider, in
speaking cf the matter today,
said that as yet this . plan was
only in i;s infancy, but that he
thought the Western delegates would
generally consider it favorably. 'If
such a caucus is held in Pittsburg," he
(aid, "eorufl of the most prominent
members of the order in the country
will be present. It is quite prrbable
that they will unite upon Powderly
for re-election as Vsr'gji Mastar
Workman. The most luxuriant ques
tion that will probably be discussed
will be as to which members of the
General Executive Board will be sup
ported for re election. They will mtst
likely decide upon a Western man,
whom they will support to succeed
Turner as secretary and treasurer of
THE PKESIDEMIAL PARTY,
Deer Hunt Ymndajr-la
Fabakac Ins, N.Y., September 15.
A third attempt at a deer hunt proved
successful this morning. No rain bad
fallen during the niuht, and M the
conditions were favorable for the scant
lying on the ground the dogs were
put out about 8 o'clock. The hunt
was in charge of Mr. Cha. F, Cutler,
of New York, and Col. Belo, of the
Galveston Keus. President Cleveland
remarked that he had not much faith
in its success to far as be Wf s con
cerned, but he eaUed out his guide,
and together they made their way
toward the watcn ground assigned
them. The one lucky hunter among
these that s'arted out from
the Inn wai Mr. A, L. Cool
idge, of Boston, who wB sta
tioned at Long Pond. a::d who
was fortunate enough to kill a buck.
Oa Friday the Pi cedent's partv will,
in all probability, start lor the Tupper
A report has recently found its way
into the woods that Col. llslo, who is
spending the summer here with his
family, would probably be selectsd for
the Austrian mission. B)th Col. Belo
and President Cleveland unite in Buy
ing that tbe rumor is eutirely un
founded. Col. B-lo' adds that he
ia satisfied to continue the publication
of his two newspapers in Texas, and
that ben not a candidate for any effice
within the President's gift.
THE FLOUR OU1TUT
For the Pant Week-Kectlpta
Minneapolis. Minn.. Settember 15.
The Korthitxttern Miller says: The,r
waterpower was good throughout the
week and the mius runcing did a com
paratively heavy week's work. The
product was 142,780 barrels, averagin?
23,747 ban els daily, a.aintt 141,200
barrels the preceding week aud 72,620
the corresponding time in 18S5. This
week sixteen mills ate in motion and
seven shut down. Three of the latter,
represeating a daily capacity of 3500
barrels, are undergoing repairs and
will tesume work luonday. The out
put for this week will probably exceed
130,000 barre's. The exports show a
small gain, and consist t a considera
ble extent in patents.- The fhur mar
ket is stead-, with a biisk demand for
bakers for export. Prices are low and
firm. Exports last week, 62,135 bar
rels. Receipts for the week Wheat,
935,000 bushels. Shipments Wheat,
182,000 bushels; fljur, 138,336 barrels ;
millstuff, 3844 tons. Wheat in store
Minneapolis, 2,274,432 buhels; Du
luth, 458,609 bushels.
JIBS. ANARCHIST PARSOXS
. ,i 1 1
to aiuicago t ilend.
St. Louis. Mo., September 15. A
special from Waco, Ttx., to the lima
Democrat Eays : Oiiver Gathene, col
ored, wai yesterday indu"ed to have
his DhotoirraDh taken, and when fin
ished they will be sent to a friend in
Chicago who takes an interest in the
man, and if tho Chicago papers should
get hold ol them Mrs. IiUCV Parsons
will iook upon tne laceot nerbuaband,
whom she deeerted in Waco to become
the mietrtss of Albert R. Parsons,, the
anarcmet, Oliver Gathens is a negro ;
not light colored, either. lie saya her
rorraat.c story ot tier mother being an
Indian woman and her father a Mexi
can is falte, and tbat she is in reality a
mulatto, ner motner being a negrcss
anu ner latmra wnno man.
TheSeliua Dutchman Trailed Wllh
ISFISUI, TO TBE APPEAL. 1
Birmingham, Ala.. September 15.
The r-'elma Dutchman who escaped
from the 200 feot shaft at the PrU
mines by climbinc a wire cable an
inch thick already 1 as his imitator.
Anothf-r white man, William Hancock.
alias 6. M. Miller, accomplished the
eame teat tm morning, isome guards
have 'been on his trail all day with
bloodhounds. He was sent ud from
Chambers county for killing bisstep-
Free costal de!iv?rv was innncmratnil
Tbe Lnte B. U.
bcrcd by Survi
Jackson. Miss.. September IS The
late K. G. Lindsey, who waa killed in
New Orleans in the battle between
the citizens and the Metropolitan po-
hub, ia biiii rememoerea Dy nis sur
vivintr comrades of the CrMcnnt Citv
Rifles who sent yesterday, the twelfth
anniversary of the battle and of his
death, beautiful flowers to decorate his
grave. This custom has prevailed at
every anniversary succeeding the
battle, and is greatly appreciated by
the many friends of the deceased.
DIED FROM CHLORAL.
Death of a Birmingham Drummer
lariOIAL TO TBI APPEAL. I
Nashville. Tk:n.. Sentomhcr l.v
W. P. Ferrar, of Birmingham, Ala., cf
the Dunn Mercantile Acencv. i-tonned
over here a day to see some friends.
As he' was suffering from a bowel
complaint he took a dose of chloral,
and ULforturately he took too much,
irom the effects of which he died to
Ihe Urent Mckel Plate Huit.
Cleveland. O.. Sentembpr iS.Tn
the Nickel Plate foreclosure case today
the deposit iona of ten witness were
read. This aiterncon Judge Hale, of
Cleveland, began the argument on be
half of the Union Trust Company.
He will be followed tomorrow by T. E.
Stillman, of New York, in behalf cf
the Central Trust Company. It is
thought that the arguments will con
sume four days at lenst, and that the
caw will not be submitted before text
LtNDBOHd's perfume, Edenia
Lundborg'g perfume, Alpine Violet.
Londborg'a perfumo. LUt of tha
Lundborg'a perfume. Marchal Nile
FROM ACROSS THE SEI.
LOUD CHURCHILL DECLARES
THE G0YERXMEXT BEADY
To Remedy All "Reasonable Irish
Grievances" Arbitrary French
In the Hebrides-Notes.
Londow, September 15. Mr. J. J.
Clancy, Parnellite, member for North
Dublin county, arcse inhisp'aceiu the
House of Commons this eveuing and
charged the government with refusing
to pay the slightest attention to the
Irian metnbeia when they urged
remedies for the local grievances of
tne people ot neiana.
Lord Randolph Churchill re
plied that the accusation was un
founded. He declared that the gov-
eromeot was esger to remedy "every
rea'onab'e Irieh grievance." and in
tended for tbat purpose to develop tho
functions of the local government
boards and tbe Board of Public Works
in accordarce with the views of tbe
Irish members, it possible. The gov
ernment, he added, would make pio
posals to Parliament at the earliett
moment possible for placing all ques
tions of local government and public
woras in ireianu in tne cands cf the
Irish people, and thousht it would ha
no more than fair to give the govern
ment ume to uevtiop tnese intended
measures instead of piotracting the
oustnete oeiore tne iioue bv enforfr
ing the discussion of details with t
CJustanttepetition cf every imaginable
grievance which Irishmen miaht have.
Sir Michael Hicks-Beach. Chief Sec
rataryfor Iteland, a'sj complainsd of
the constaut nr.eration of tbe same
subjects in dubate. He was unable to
conceive why this waa done unless it
was for the purpose of wasting time.
Mr. uiancy again arcse and re
eponded that no one had f nked the
government to complete hastily, or to
complete at an, anv proposals lor lo
cal government in Ireland.
COLLISION OS THE CLYDE.
A collision cccurred today in the
Kier Clyde between the British
Eteamers Strathnairn and Clan Gra
ham, and tbe formtr vessel was suck
CIVIL WAR IN SAMOA.
Advices from Apia state that after
the departure of the last of the men of
war, which had recently vin;ted the
Samoan iBlands, the rival native kings
renew eu meir civil war.
Meldoubnk, September 15. Excit
ing reports have been received here of
arbitrary irench action in the New
Hebrides. , The Rev. M. Macdonald, a
Presbyterian missionary at Havanah
harbor, in a letter to Lieut, Marx, of
the British gunboat Swanger, cays
mat tne irencn ueonqes Company
have seized the lands of the native
Christian mission, alleging prior title,
and that the French commandant
threa'ened the natives with armed
force if they resisted. The company
a 'ao claims lanas oi om; in tub
jects. Mr. Macdona'- at the
French uraetic : " oion.
JLty over the tohnda". ciTTu bnv
ta. ti&'R ..ue nvivts' auu tne g reuch is
imminent. Threats have been made
against Mr. Macdonald and native
Christians, and he demands a-rsistance
from the English ' cquadion. The
Premiers of the Australian colonies
are about to hold a conference to con
sider the situation.
Cburcbiira Henly to the sJcotliah
London, September 15. Lord Ran-
doipb umrchill, replving to the di
rectors of the Scottish Protestant
Alliance, who recently severely criti
cised his answer to their remonstrance
against the appointment of Mr. Mat
thews, a Roman Catholic, to the Home
Secretaryship, says he must decline to
enter the field of polemic theology in
regird to the position of Catholics and
Protestant state. He adds that if the
views of the alliance were pushed to
a logical conclusion, they would in
volve the repeal of all those ac's of
Parliament . removing the political
disabilities of Catholics and the re
ena, tment of penal laws which a vast
mtjor:ty of the British people are
Wauti Dllk'a Nnitin Beinovcd
- from the Boll.
London, September 15j Tbn Pall
Mall Gatelle ;s indignant at Sir Charles
Hardihood, and uublibhed an ai tide
calling upor. the Queen to "vindicate
the purity of Englieh homes end the
sanctity of the judicial oath, and re
move Charles Dilko's nane from the
roll of the Privy Council."
The Bcvolulion In St. Domingo.
Havana, September 15. Advices
from St. Domingo of the 22d ultimo
say that the revolution there had lost
ground, that the advantage was all
with tbe government, and unless
something extraordinary happene.1
the revolution would soon be crushed.
Conferred Clold Medal.
Berlin, September 15. For their
services in connection with the Jubilee
Exhibition, at tbe Academy of Arts,
Emperor William has conferred the
Gold Medal of - Art upon Meser.
Millais, Herkomer and Oulers, and
tbe small Gold Medal on Sir John
Gilbert, George Richmond, Thorny
craft and Andrew Reid.
Th Choir ra.
Bomb, September 15. The cholera
returns from the whole cf Italy for the
twenty-four hours ending yesterday
are: Terre del AnnurZ'ata, 12 new-
cases and 3 deaths; ManfreJonia, 15
new cases and 6 d a'hs; all the other
infected difctricip, 35 new catesand 19
Six persons died from cholera in
Trieste duiing the twenty-four houra
ending yesterday, and two died in
Pesth. In the former city sixteen
new casts were reportod and six in
Constantinople, September 15.
Turkey hps ordered the establishment
cf a fivo days' quarantine against al
nrrivtda from points on the Danube,
because cf the exhtmce of cholera in
hud a, Pes'h.
Lira ii but short and wo ehould do
all wo can to prolong it. Check a
congh or cold at once by using the old
reliable remedy, Dr. Bull's Cough
Pittbiimg, Pa., Suptomber 15. The
reported disruption in tha Clan-Na-Gael,
an alleged Irish secret organiza
tion, the officers of which are charged
with receiving 500,000 which tbey
have not accounted for, was the chief
topic of conversation among Irishmen
In ttiis city today, in roierence to a
statement published ia New York
that the Clan-Na-Gael held a con
vention in this ci'y on Angust 8 h,
Cm Uorgan, one cf the most promi
nent Inebmen in this section, stid:
"There was so euoh convention held
in this city on that date, and as 'ar n
I knew thf re are no member of tbat
organizition. in Pittsburg. I never
heard of tie order telo.o and I be
lieve the whole thing is a hoax.
Several of the men mentioned as
members of the Clan belong to tbe
Land L-ague. Tbat t rJer, however,
ia cot .socialistic, and it de-ounten-ancei
the ute of dynamite and ali the
extreme measures which the ( lao-Na-Gael
ia repotted to favor. For these
reasons I do not believe Land Leaguers
would join the order." Several other
prominent Irishmen spoken to de
clared that it waa tbe first time they
tad ever heard of the organiziacn.
TUE PROGRESS OF THE UIBER.
KATORIA.Ii CAS VANS.
Democratic Hob HoreThau Aaawtra
the Argument! of Rciub
ISPECIAI. TO THE APPEAL.l
Tvllahoma, Tens'., Septembor 15.
The i two candidfctts for Governor
spoks to an assembly of about 10CO
people today at Tullahoma. The
weather was bad, aud the crowd that
wps expected was not out to listen to
the speaker. A great many ladies
were present and enjoyed the novel
siaht of a political contest between
two brothers for the highest olllie
of the State. R. L, Taylor opened the
speaking and went iuto a full hutory
of the unconstitutional acts of the Re
publican parly from its advont iuto
power to 1884. His review of the
position that Andrew Johnson main
tained toward the South after the war,
and the check that he held upon
a party drunk with power and
license to commit constitutional
violations of law, was a masterpiece ol
rhetoric, and wes delivered with great
spirit and fire. (He went over the his
tory of the great frauds perpetrated by
that party, showed with fine clearness
the caiifes that led to the defeat of
this party, and showed that its lots of
power throughout the South as well
as less of tha Federal Government was
attributable to its careless use of its
power. His discussion of the tariff
was bold, maintaining him
self upon the Chicago plat
form, and showing the curses of
blocking up a country by a great wall
of protection at War tates, and said
that this was the cause of the present
stagnation of busineta throughout the
land. The applause was so great as
at times to seriously interrupt his
speech, and it was plain that he
bad the maeBis with him. All
spoke afterwards and defended the
cnarea oi nis .Democratic tirot'ier
upon the grounds that these viola
tions were done by individuals and
not by the cart v. The audience
listened to both candidates with re
spect, but it was plain that Bb was
in a Democratic county and kneff it.
Alt pounded iiob in the ttepnbhcan
districts of East Tenneeses and fyla I,
now returning the compliment Wiwik
tun lorco, and is handling Alf
without gloves. The candidates are
just getting into tbe campaign, and as
tney learn eacn other a nosmon more
clearly on the great questions of the
day, each is becoming fortified. Every
day Alf shows the severe strain cf the
campa'go, but Bob is in fine trim. Alfa
defer.s was spirited and earnest, but
did not poseeas the strength and wit of
lion s cuarge.
TUey speak on XhursdaYat McMlnn-
villo. A ccmmitiee was appointed at
Tullahoma tonight to escort the candi
dates out to McMinnville on the
early morning train, and if good
weather prevails a lare a1 tendance
win be on nana.
WRECK ON THE RAIL.
Tbo EiiRlnevr and Fireman Batli
Isr-icui, to the irrm.l
XABnvn.LB, Tknn . Spntcuiber 15.
The norih bound passenger train No.
l-t, on tne Ueotgia division cf tbe
East Tennessee, Virginia und Geo;
gia railroad, waB wrecked ha'f a
mile east Chattanooga toniuht at
8:10 o'clock by striking cow, result
ing in the dfatn of t.neinefr Tom
Buckley and Fireman Cal Fariis, both
of Atlanta. Tbe engine etiuck a cow
near a Bherp curye, just opiosite
the National Cemetery, and was do
railed, togathtr with the bafrKRe- car
and second clans coach. Tbe train ran
fully twenty ycrds after striking the
cow, when the engine plunged down
an embankment. fnl!owed by
the tender, tbe baggage car
wbs thrown nearly across the Cincin
nati Southern track, fifty feet distant.
hut was not damaged. Engineer
Buckley Va-i caught nnder the engine
and crushed to death. Cal Fairis,
fireman, received internal iuiurieg
and lingered in tbe greatest agony for
an hour, when be died. His death was
Very sad. While surrounded by friends
at bis boarding house be requested
an agea iaay to pray lor him. she de
livered a very fervent prayer. The
dying fiienpao, with bright smile on
nis luce, ma nis iriendu goodove. anu
a few minutes later was dead.
The tracks of the Western and At
lantic, Cincinnati Southern and East
Tennessee reads were blockaded by
tbe wreck, and all trains were delayed
Annotated Preaa Heport.
Chattanooga, Tenn., September 15.
A terrible accident occurred balf a
mile from th's city at 6:10 o'clock this
evening on the EastTennesSce, Vi'ginia
aud Georgia railway. A norm bound
exptess train strnck a cow on a sharp
curve while coming into the city. The
engine turned over a slight embank
ment, crushing the engineer, iom
Buckley, and Fireman Fariis to death.
Buckley's body was not recovered for
Hftveral houra. The tracks of the E.6t
Tenut-HHeo, Cincinnati Southern,
and Western and Atlantic will be
blockaded until midnight. No pas
tengtrs were injured.
Sullivan and Ilearld to Niiar at
PiiTriuuRa.PA .September 15 Capt.
Lew Clark, manager of Uenova Park,
a report six miles below this c ty, re
ceived a telegram fro.ti John L. ISulli
vau today, asking if he cjuIJ arrango
to have hU fix round contest with
Frank Hearld in Pittsburg or vicinity.
Capt. Clark wired back that the match
could tke place in Geneva I'ark,
either Friday, the 17th, or Monday,
the 20th. It is probable that the fight
will tuke place on Friday.
In mining districts Salvation Oil is
regarded as an independable necee-
suy. Minura will have it.
O'BRIEN On WdneUy, Serteuiber IS,
l.S.Vi, JjRioutT O'Bhikn, ngoil 66 rear.
Funeral from rtaideno, No. 41 Fourth
treat. Cheliea, at 9:30 o'olcck a.m. tody
(THURSDAY). Service, at St firigid'i
Church. Friend ere invited to attend.
BRUCK At Welnut Hill. Cincinnati, O.,
on Monday. Pertetuher 13. lsrt. M.ar k'
ahrth, etiit daughter of bniiuin anu
fnroline llruce, and niece of M . S. and
: gin house
And Country More Inaiiranea Ulvea
Special Attention, by
(iENCRAL IS!HRl(t A WE NT,
Room 1, Cotton Eichaoge Building.
i-trfnyltct Correnndence nd Interview.
I. O. O. F.
TUE orBccn and members of j
will hold a regular meeline; oi!e v.'i
THURSDAY. SuDtomher liith. .t in
S o'clock i. in. A enneral attendance ti de
urea, ai Duinae ot imiiortanee will oomt
ceiure me unoumpment.
, TUAD EOSOIIUE. CP.
1,. S. BfRn, Scribe.
To Merchants, Milliners and
the Trade Generally.
MILL DISI'LAY THEIR
FALL s WINTER
IMMKaSK ANSOBTtlKKf OF EVKRY
; THIN ft KKW IN HATN-FKLT8,
BTRAW3, ASTRACHANS AND VEL
VJ1T3. SILK VELVETS, VELVETEENS. ASTRA-
iCHANS, rLUBUES ASD NOVELTY
QOltGEOUS LINK OF FANCY FEATUER9
iAND BIRDS, OSTRICH TIPS AND
FAKCY RIBBONS, VELVET, SATIN AND
1R0H 0 RAIN RIBBONS I'OWlvHa"
PKICJEH lu Market.
CRAPES, NETS, LACES AND ORNA
AKD H'R iP.S.
Immeiiso Liue Do4ra1le Stylos
SrECIlL DISPLAY OF TATTERS
)e'.Vnrle to duulleate
Mew Terk rrlcea. wa eorUlnlly
invite an luanectlnn of onr aty lea
and can safely guarantee aatie-
M. & E.G. KREMER & CO.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 178.
WarrnntcJ n1solut'ly pur
CoAua, from Itlch the ecei of
Oil baa bot'U removed. It hnthre
timet the itrtnyth ot Cucua mlxctl
with Btnrch, ArrowrorttorSuifar,
And Jn Uiorofom far morooconum
leal, coitlnff list than one cent d
cup. It U dt'licloii, nourUhlnif,
triMiptlnnln, cully dUctiMi
anu aduilinMy oila.itod fur tnval
Mh as wtjll a for porno n lu houlla.
Sold by Urrtcerseiorywlior.
f. BAKERS CO., Borclicstcr, Mass.
MEMPHIS, .... Iliys.
OPKX THE E.NTIHE TEAK.
T1IK course of itadrii extended, thnrounh
and riraotieal, affordln euierlor faolli
tioi for obtaining aaonnd butinem education.
For Catalogue call at the aohoolroom or
addron T.AALKD1JIM. Principal.
the popular (arorite tor drearine;
ww hut, Mmorutf oolor wbpn
f-rar. and pr.DUn lwndrnir.l
t cleanra the Kajp. ttuiM the
balr falllnir. and to nira to ploaee.
too, ana t no nt Dmmrtrte. '
ThomfMt, tarirt and bt mire for Comi, Bnnionj. At
topaall peUD. aCnmirM ontntar to the foot, HTr fay
I our. 16 ol at lruirgUiU. M llitevX ft Oo. 1H. j
llm Bomored to
No. 351 Secoutl, Soutli of Union
i i:i.i:piio: tin.
Ice Machines n Atlanta, Ga.
T IIAVK for Mn TWO ARCTIC ICE MA
X CHINES, In I'erfent ( ondilion. Caiao
it y, about ten torn each per day.
Price leM than balr the out. Address,
i. W. AHAIIt, Ailwnia. Un.
0 HOUSE POWER-Nearlynew. Alio,
JJtJ emokettack. heltini. nullv. ihuft.
itig,.tooli, eto.Aplv to or xldron
liiDr . wniliiWA N x CO.
To Iteal Lbtate Owners and Ajfeutn.
LJAHTIEShnvinr eldewalki to pat down
.1. will And it to (hoir lnterent toaimlyto
W.K. LOLKKl. 82 Mad mm. or r.is
Rccond. Contrnctor for Btewart'i Urano
ithio Pnreuieo tj.
No, 238 Main Street.
Notice to Shippers.
Memphis. Tans'., Eeptember 10, 18).
COMMENCING today, September 11th,
rreulit deatlneu to pointi on the 11., II.
and A. and I. O. H. K.'i will be received and
dolivered at the K. C. 8. and M. K. H. depot.
Pa-nenxer traini on the M., li. and A. K. K.
will arrive and depart from dopot, corner of
Main and Hroadwny. ae heratorre.
J. II. tiULUVAS, buwriuteadent,
GENERAL INSURAKCE AG'T.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEJX1MI1S, - - - - - - - - TEX3f
OF NEW YORK.
ItlCHAItl) A. H'CntDY, lrNitIoiif.
The Largest, Strongest and Clienpest Company in tho World.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WILKEttSOX, Affcnt.
G I-O.C. IIARBIX. JAS. A. MATTHEWS. II. W. LKATH.
Established in 1854
257 Wain St., Hemphis, Tenn.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
MOS. 8 and 10 CMOS STHEET, - . - TEMHT.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. K. GODWIN, IWU J.M.00tBAK, Vlco-Prea't. C. II.' RAISE, Caahlrt
' - 0
X3oaarcl of Dirwotor.
l B. TT7RL1T. J. M. 800DBAR, J. R. 80DWIH,
r-S-PRyC?. Sl.UAVIN. JjW.tAI.lJ.
, M. T. 11. B1MB, W. P. DUNAVA1
U. BMIT1I, CUARLKS RNKT. R.Y. BLAOlt,
IOHN ARM1KTEAD. O. II. BRYAN. l.lMUWkutu
irA B.pewltory of tha Rtate) nt Tenafwae. Trneianrt Heaeral BaBkar
jiuaJBfiM mum kit, ipwiai
J. C. NEELY.
S. II. BROOKS.
BROOKS, NEELY & 00.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
;. 867 Front Sired, : Mihi1iIm, Tcmiii.
111101 i lilll
Dry Goods, Notions, llosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 328 and 328 Main St., Momphit,:Tenn.
arovK utock or rm Ann winter ooobs is i.aroeb anb nowC
WMVLKTK THAN 1TI1K BtCKI. and our prleM UI eompare wiU tkei.ofkay heX
a Ik. United Mates. Tfe ar. ti aula for '
TaueuM Manafactarlag Co.'i rialdg, Drills, Sheeting-, Bklrtlifi Etft
II T m
TVffiVK ISKTI'TlIt ,,T T,,E barbei. or c-ar-s or 10
rata to thoe who dniilre tn try it. Special UhI.-n lu nil j.oluln uu Knllrumla
IciwlliiK "lit JMeiiiilil.
T. M. PATTFRSOW Ae CO
And Commission Merchanta,
lion. 31 and SO Mntllaon fUreet, Jfemphlaj
W. H. 11ATEH.
R. C. TOOF
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second (Street,
iiHann to MiiMitieia.i
II; M. NEELY.
Dlt. B. L. LASKI,
rhysiriitn, Snrireon ami Aeroucber,
RBHIUKNOK AND OKKICK.
313 MaU Mrwl, car liulou.
Telephone No. W.
A. G. RHODES & CO
Hare Removed to
naa hhoond ht.
Where they will continue loiell lloye tar
olihiug C.ooJn Cheaper Than Anjbuuy,