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MEMPHIS, TENN., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 18S(J.
VOL. XL VI NO. 2155
BOB I FLE TRIM.
HE RECEIVES A6UAND OVATION
Eleven Handred Horsemen Gather
to Do Honntr to the Xext
Ibmcul to tHi ArrukA
Mcilissvii.LB. Tksn.. September 1G
Tbree hundred horsemen Irom
Rocky River, heeded by standard
bearer on a white hone, mtne in at
o'clock and were m t on the publi
square by 500 more horsemen from
Colliers river and 300 from Hicio-y
cretk. and all these with the repre
sentative! If om oiner places made to
day the largest gathering which has
graced these streets fince the wr.
The brothers were met at the depot at
noon by a committed and tbe Warren
House isanu heading the vast crowd
ol several thousand, and tscoited
the O. F. Colli campu, where the
speaking took piacd.
THB HON. A A. TAYLOR
said: "Fellow citizjne, I am physical
ly unable to speak today at I would
like to speak for my voice is sufftriug,
but 1 am Deiore you, my coniitrymtn
as the epreten'ative of the principles
of the Republican party, and I am not
htre to wound anyone, and would not
if I could. I respect differences of
opinion. Nor is it my purpcsa to r
bash ancient fciso.y, the scenes c
twenty-five years ago, and anyone
that would do mo must wish
to engender strifes, which
am sure I do not. I don't
wish a vote exctp; on tha practical
issues ol the present, to tae cans dt ra
tion of which I invite your attention
forthe short while I shall address you."
Col. Alf then went int o his regular first
sceecb, which hss been repotted and
published, dweling with emphasis
upon many points nn dented to make
specially impressive, ile wai
KOI IN GOOD CONDITION
in body or voice, aid the pe-p!e all
Beemed to sympathize wilh him in his
feeblenes3 in tntss rrspfcte. He was
jj'ven the btst of attention, and he
made a fair presentation of his causj
Col. Alf closed when his time was
nearly up, showing that he was not at
all well, and repaired to his room
Col John H. Savage then rose and
sud: "fellow citizats ol many coun
tits, tha Committee of Arrangements
has reqnested me to present and in
( trodute the diettaftuiahtd standard
bearer of the Democratic party to
this vast assembly. Marjy of you
have never seen him before, but his
fame has gone forth before him and
his name is now on the lips of men,
women and children in onr cities.
Now, fellow citizens, look upon the
next Governor of Tennessee?'
COL, BOB AROSE,
it seemed the whole au liencs caught
the magic ol Ills magnetic influence
and shont after shout mads every one
enthusiastic. He said: "Fellow citi
zens, Time's ctaseUsi wing has
brougt os to another biennial mention
season and we are ber to disruw
great underlying piinciplcs. Our
principles are thote pure Democratic
principles tnat have b ougtt back
the Ship of State to the purity and
freedom of htr pristine fame
and excellence. Ine grand old
party held on and fought manfully
lor twenty year and then taw sue
cees ciown her long endurance, and
perssvenng courage and de ennina
tics." He alluded to Alf and said
HI WAS HIS FULL BROTHER. '
and they come together not to wran
g'e, but to discuss the great principles
and questions affecting tee whole
country. His competitor had said be
did not wish (o go tack into scenes of
the past, and Bob turned it to fine
effect in showing that his brother did
not like to review or delve into twenty
years ot H's puny and its doings,
Bob then to'd the story of
the dead dog in Georgia and the peo
pie grew wild. He then, ai in h i
former speeches, reiterated bis exco-
na'ion of the Republican parly and
in a masterly and uuanswe rable mau
ner. His reference to the ' Rpublican
navy and thi celebrated Talapocsa
brought the whcla audience down,
and cis speech heio
WILL NEVHR NS FORGOTTtN.
Co'; Bob was in fine trim, the" ru
dience in a comfoitable position to
near, and were anxiou; to bear more.
and he caught thu inspiration of tha
occasion and it bo e him and he bore
them right forward through his who'e
speech. It was one cf Bob's happiest
ana aniest euortp, stamping htm
the favorite of old Warren. He
closed long before the crowd was
ready, amid crifs of "Go on!" "Go
on!" . A magnificent basket of flowerj
had teen sent no to the stand to Col.
Bob Taylor by Mis:ej Staiuback and
Bpurlock, made up ot wbita roses and
heliotrope?, "Devotion to the Cause"
oeing symnoiizsa ineieoy. A 'so
WHITS AND CRIMSON
geraniums, "the wbite above the red,"
presented by Miss Mary Kitcnie. Uol.
eavag, not knowing the fair donors,
was SBked to present them, and he
eatd: "l present to you as the cbam
pion of Democracy and human rights
these beautiful 11 owere, bestowed, I am
lniormea.oy ladies, all good Democra's,
I am sure, and far more beautiful
than thesa flowers." Irwin then pre-
-1 i , . . . . .
milieu iioose onerea Dy Miss Kitcoie.
In response Col. Bob made the sweet
est, prettiest speech ever uttered for
woman and for loveliness.
The Hon. Alf closed. He wai the
recipient of a beantifnl hoquet of crim
son roses and lernp, but left before he
could accept and respond.
A PEXSIOX SWI.XDLER.
Draws Several Tbontand
larl on a Widow's Name.
St. Louis, Mo , September 16
What was known as the Rhodes pen
sion trial, which ha? occupied the
time of the United States Court in
Jefferson City four days, concluded
this morning. The jury was out but a
few minutes, and retnrned a verdict
of guilty on each of nine charges in
the indictment. The case, as dis
closed by evidence, is as follows:
Thomas Rhodes, a farmer, moved to
Pettis county from Scotland county
many years aeo and formed acquaint
ance with Mrs. McDaniels, whose
husband wan killed in the war.
Rhodes and the widow were married,
-but when the latter found out her
uusband had another wife she refused
to live with him. Rhodes then ap
plied for and procured a pension for
Mrs. AtcDaniela without the latter's
knowledge, and hss drawn the j en
Bion ever since by having another
woman penonate her, and he and bis
wife making affidavit t pension
vouchers. Ia this manner lie has
driwn several thousand dollars of the
woman's money. Rhodes is 75 years
oia ana quite leeoie.
Important land Case Derided by the
Circuit C ourt.
ISPICIll TO THI lFPI.iL. J
jACKSoy, Miss., Septeuibsr 10. An
impoitant land case was argued today
before Jadge Wharton, Circuit Judge,
which involves direc lr tte title to
5000 acrei of land in Bolivar county
and indirectly 1,000,000 ceres of land
Durchased bv the Louisvil e. New Or
leans and Texas lailroad and the Evera
& Watson Lnglish syndicate from the
liquidating L-vee Commtssioneis The
proceeding was by niandamu, to com
pel the Auditor to convey to purchas
ers the State's title to the same lands
previously conveyed by the Lsvee
Commissioners, on the grounds that
the lands, having been sold to the
State for taxes prior to any sale made
by the Levee Commissioners, were
not liable to the levee txts, aod
never having been redeemed cr
purchased from the Scate were
now subject to pnrchrs? as other Stat)
lands. A demurnr to the pttition wai
Btn'aited and theCouit hold that in
the case of G een vs. U-bSs the title
of the Staie bal been paved to tbe
railroad and ether purchis rs by the
releases executed by the Auditor un
der the laws of 18S4. The Attorney
General repreeen ed the Auditor ta
attorney, and hid awoeutpd witl him
as special counsel W. A. Percy, W. L.
Nugent and Fraak Johnston. Tha
pititioners wore reoresenttd oy Cal
vin Perkins and B. n W. Hirscb, cf
Mempbif. Able arguments were made
by the counsel on each side. The
casts will be appealed to the Supreme
J. Green's bank today paid the sec
ond installment of the receiver's certi
ficates. LITTLE ROCK, AUK.
With Four Vouniies Out Unities
Receive 3,6ai Plurality.
I SPECIAL TO TBI APPIiL.l
Little Rock, Ark., September 16
Official returns from all but four,
Miller, Union, Chicot and Dosha
counties, give Hughes, Democratic
candidate for Governor, 33,021 plural
ity over Gregg, Republican, Cuuing-
ham, tne tiaoor and w heeler, (jrean
back candidate. Union county is tbe
only one yet to bear from that is su e
for the Douiocrat', but a majority of
38 621 in an off yer is considered a
pretty sound showing for the Stale of
Will Content the Election.
IsraouL to thi trrtki.l
Littlb Rock, Abk., September 16.
Tbe lately defeated Republican candi
dates in ihis county have finally de
termined to conte't their deieated
ticket from township Constable to
State Senator, and Judse John Mc
Clure is cow ga'hering' data on which
to operate. Tbe piotest will be
bronght in the Circuit Conrt, Judge 1
Vaneban cr sidioir. Testimony of
colored men, who, thi Rapabhcsos -claim,
vo'ed tbe Democratic ticket on
bribe, is being taken, but the success
ful candidates all assert tbat this testi
mony can only have the effe.t of cre
ating sympathy for the negros ra'ber
than e'tahlishing any fact at law.
Judge McClure was himself a candi
date of the Republicans for Represen
tative, and is one of the shrewdest
lawyers at the Little Ro k bar, and it
is asserted that he merely wiehes lo
retrieve a little of his squandered cam
paign money that he has even con
sented to bring suit againBt the men
wno win nu the jyuiaski county offices
for the next two years. The Judge is
an old newspaper man and knows the
value of f rur aces in a eame of iKker
as well as any man in the country.
COMMISSIONER ATKINS ,
Make DUrloNuren about Frauds at
Wasiiingtcx. September lfi. In-
dian Commissioner A'kin gives pub
licity tOFome s artlinff ligims in re
gard to the Pine R dge Indian Agsncy,
in Dakota. Tueie has been an exten
sive publication of letters and tele
grams, more or less confidential, with
regard to this sgency. Commiisiorer
Atkins summarizss the facts as fol
lows: "On eut9inar this oflinn I lie.
came satiefied that there was ste alit g
going on at some of the Indian
agenciee, and that where this was cur
ried out it cou d only be done with the
acive connivance ot the clerks. I ac
cordingly adopted a general policy that
ine cieras oi Ionian Agents should no
longer be selected by the airentn them
selves, but should be designated by
iois onicu. une oi me nrat ti roro est
sga;nst this rule was Agent McGilli
cuddy, of Pins Ridge."
Bloody Tragedy tha ilesult ofan eld
IsriDIll, TO TBI APPHL.I
ChATTANOOOS. TENS . SeDtembar lfi.
A trgedy occurred at Huntsville,
Ala., the result of an old fend, between
two men named Roach and Mannn.
They had a quarrel and Mason drew
his revolver, and without much ado
shot Roach twice, from the effects of
which he died.
Tbe develooment of snhnrVmn land
is brewing a mania among onr citi
Z9BB. Another street car company
was organized todav. with A na nihil
stock of S30.COO, to erect a raoid tran-
sit line from this city to Rossvillo,
"" aistance ol three miles.
Tbe proposed road will pass through
valuable suburban property. The
itepublican primaries to select dele
gates to the County Convsntion,
which will send de elates to the
Congressional Convention which
meets at Dayton on the 21st
instant, were held tooiirht. A
majority of tbe delegates favor
Gen. J. T. Wilder for Onno. Tin
Hon. II. M. Wil Z ifl hnino annlron nf
and quite a large number of the del
egates favor bis nomination.
ihe Democrats claim that if. Hob
not matter who they put in nomina
tion, Neal will be elected by a large
Augusta. Ga.. SentP
Henry Birnes, colored, was lynched
today at Milieu for
lady at Rogers Station, on the Central
railroad. A party ol mssked men did
the lynching. Barnei wts inVn fmm
a train near Millen and riddled with
A FAnMinonca told ns that he would
not ba withont Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup
if it cost f 5 a bittle, .
A TERRIFIC STORM
YESTERDAY THKOIGUOUT TIIE
Buildings Unroofed at Terre llante
and Michigan City, lad.
Michigan City. Ind . September 16
A rain and wind storm, which for
sever.ty nas never been known here
before, swept over tbe lake a d city
thfs morning. After a sready down
pour for several houra the wind be
came stronger, and at 10 o'clock af
tained tae vtlocity of a cyclone. Large
trees, sheds, outhous s, lumber piles,
etc., were leve ed. Tbe wind capsized
a small fishing boat which was four
miles out on the l'ke, and its occu
pants, Christopher Kimball and Fred
Adlila, bad a narrow escape from
drowning. . After clinging to the bot
tom of their boat for tores houra they
were rescued by a tuir which went out
to search for them. The Buffering! of
the men in the cold water with the
heavy rain beating down on them was
terrible. The storm al-o played havoc
with the te'ezraph and telephone
line3, cuttirg off mar'y all communi
cation. The damgs to the surround
ing country was also great.
At 1 1 :30 today a cyclone s' ruck Tere
Haute.coming from the south went. F, r
fifteen minu'es the wind blew a hurr.
cane, filling the air with micsilee. The
storm was cohfined to the central por
tion of the "city. Numerous la'ge
buildings were unroofdd, and the lain
which followed did great damage. A
careful es'imate places the loss attl 0.
000 The ioof on the Masonic Hall
was blown off and the water ruined
he fine frescoing in the lodge rooms
The canvass of King, Burke & CoV.
circus was b!own down and the large
audience left in tbe storm. Many of
the actors were in the dressing room
half nude, and tbey made a brisk
movement up tbe street for tbe ne arest
hotel. Ssveral thousand people were
at the fair grounds. An eating hcuss
was blown down and the wreck caught
fin1, severely burning a woman and a
boy. No fatalities occurred. -
A special from Newpoit, Vermillion
connty, reports six or eight buildings
destroyed, but no lives lost. The
damage teported along tbe Wabash
Valley is great and will aggregate over
About 11 o'clock this morning a vio
lent wind Btorra struck Montezuma,
Patk county, this State, but did no
damage beyound nnrcofirg a number
of houses and uprooting snade trees.
Detroit, Mien., September 16. Tbe
storm thiB afternoon extended over
meet of Southeastern Michigan, being
especially ssvere at Howell, where one
man was killed and much property
damaged. Reports era to the effect
that a large part of the town has been
deployed, but wires are down and
full pariiculars have not been re
A -terrific wind storm swept over
Southeastern Michigan today, of
which but meager reports have baon
nceived as vet. At Howell tbe storm
came fiom the east and extended ever
a large extent of territory. A hurri
cane six miles wide, coming
from the east, laid low many
buildings. In tbe eastern part of
the ci'y Jno. Smith's house was blown
down and bis son Fred, aged 20, wss
crushed to death, being flattened by
falling timbers. In eeveral instances
barnB were totally wrecked or blown
away, while horses and cattle wcrs loft
unii jured on the site of buildings.
Many trees were blown down. The
storm was tha severest ever suf
fered at Howell. Fiat Rock
reports the storm as having divided,
going north and south. But little
damage was done in town, but the
huiricane W2B reported severe south
of this place. From Adrian comes
similar reports. Hcu'esweredamagad,
trees b'own down and fences demol
ished. Heavy damage is rumored
from the country round about Adrian,
but the wires are working bndlv and
a nrrne repum noi ODia'naltle.
J O-I. i
At Mielbyvllle, III.
Sbklbyvillb, III.. Sertember 10
A terrific windctorm passed over this
city at 10 o'clock this morning. Ua'f
tbe tin roof on Thomas M. Tilton's
residence was blown off. part of it be
ing carried 600 feet. L. B. Stonhon
son's barn was demolished and a fine
team of horses killed. Three or four
buggies were blown off the bridge ap
proiich just ean of the city, some of
tbe occupants receiving serious in
juries. Thnuiihont the town shade
trees were blown down and outbuild
ings overturned. Reports are coming
in of great injury to hay and wheat
sticks from the country.
At Tolono, 111.
Tolono, III., September 10. A de
structive cyclone swept over Tolono
this aft moon. A new livery stable
was cut in two, the east eol bing
torn to pieces. One of the timbers
was hurled through the side of the
llerald building a hundred yards
away. The Methodist Church, just
being compteted at Savoy, was demol
ished, anil a large hay press at the
same place was wrecked. The dam.
age throughout the country is very
severe, but lncemant rain prevents
tne receipt oi particulars.
OFF COLOR COXYEKTIOy.
Laboring; Men Pan Keaolulion
Tbe Maine Betnrnn-Ueneral
IIarrishuro, Pa., September 10.
Tbe State Greenback Labor Conven
tion assembled in tbe courthouse here
today. Only a fw of the counties
were represented, and there were but
100 deleg-ites present. A permanent
organization wes eueciea by the elec
tion of the Hon. Charles N. Brumm,
oi ccnuyixiu, as cnairman. Mr,
Brumm made a speech npon taking
the cbair, in wbich be lauded his
party to the ikies. Uommittees on
n I .1 Tli
ureueniiaiB aim nu iorra were ap
pointed, and then Mr. Sanborn made
a speech reviewing the history of the
party for the past ten yearj.
Mr. Oulds, of Erie, offered a resolu
tion tbat this convention will not affil
iate with any other party or indorse
any of its candidates.
On rea'semhling, tbe resolution of
Mr. Oulds caossd a lively discussion,
but it was fically adopted with a shout.
Tbe following ticket was then nomi
For Governor, Robe rl J. Houston,
of Lancaster; Lieutenant Governor,
John Pirker,of Schuylkill county ; Au
ditor Geneial, Daniei ti. Early, of Ilar
risburg; Secretary of Internal Affairs,
Seth II. Hoagland, of Mercer county;
Congressman at lerge, Dr. C, D.
Thompson, r.f Venango county. T. P.
Ryndes was reelected ch.iinian of
the Sta'e Execu ive Committfe.
The platform adopted Hem- nds that
the government shall issue a'l money,
and that no more bonds be iesued by
tbe government: that all unearned
lands be forfeited; that the govern
ment shall secure by purchase sfter
the years 1900 all lands hel t by aliens ;
that any deed made by a citizen of
the United States to an alien afier
Januiiy. 18S7. shall be mil! aril void.
and that land he!d by iudividna's or
corpcraions in ercess of ltil
acrei, whether improved or un
improved, shall be taxed as culti
vated land; denounces free trade
anitation; denounces con vict.imported,
paup-r and heathen I tr; d-maims
the repeal of tax qualification f r suf
frage; favors a gradual income Ux;
demands the repeal of the tat i can
ep'racy laws, the recognition of trades
unions, ordeis and tu .li other organi
zations; that the governmett shall
obtain possession by puicliase of all
telegraphs and railrc ads ; fuvoia a tac
tical eight hour law; the prohibition
by law of the employment of
children under fi'teon years; de
mands the abolition tt the contract
system on national, State and munici
pal works; the adoption o! laws pto
vidingfor the healths and safety of
those engaged In mining, manufactur
ing and building industries, and for
their indemnifies' ion for injuiiea re
ceived through lack of necessary safe
guards; the payment cf employes
eeklv in lawful money, and giv
irg laborerj and mechanics a
firsc lien upon the produc. of
their labor; favors a lair grant
ing a liberal service pension
to all surviving Union soldiers and
sailors who served iu t'le war of
lstiltiS; demands of Congrats appro
priations for the improvement cf all
navigable streams, and that all water
ways controlled hy private corpora
tions be purchased and thrown open
to free navigation, and dic'aros that
agriculture is one of the moit impor
tant industries of the country and
should receive the fostering care of the
Wisconsin People.' Parly.
Neknah, Wis., September 16. The
State Convention of the People's Party
was held in this city todav. Thiitv
counties were represented. E. A.
Eagery, of Kaclne, was elected chair
man, and Theo. Fritz, of Milwaukee,
secretary. The day was taken up In
appcinting and listening to reports of
committees. The followingregolutions
were adopted :
The preamble recites Lincoln's capi
tal is superior to labor, and could not
bave existed without it. "But capital
in the f urn of corporations has thrown
tbe devil fish fang' around labor. Tbe
farmer, workingnian, merchant, and
even the manufacturer are being
robbed and impoveiished by tbe so
called vested right obtained through
Irandulent legislation. Corporations,
wilh no bodies to starve or souls to
save, have secured politicians and nse
them as tools, not even hesititing at
bloodshed, as instanced in cases
throngbout tbe country. When labor
demands their right the corrupt tools
of corrupt corporations aliempt to
mislead by charging ttat lubor pro
poes to nse violence."
The platform declares that the nse
of violence in any form to settle their
deputes is utterly unjustifiable in a
civil'zid community, whether alien
a'ed by fanatical anarchists or prac
ticed by corrupt politicians, and tbat
none bat those developed out of bar
barism would resort to its use.
It favors government control cf
money, land, means of communica
tion, public improvements, labor bu
reaus conducted in the internals of
the whole people, simplification of the
laws to but one on each sulnect. and
arbitration in place of strikes. It de
mands prohibition of child labor, con
tract convict labo', and safety means
for employes in in nee, f (tories, etc.;
the abolition of tbe one man power in
the government and the election of all
officials by the vote of il o people. I',
asks the amendment ol th pitent laws
so as to give itunr pari 1 1 the bone n
of the labor siving inventions and
prevent monopoly. It asks the for
feiture of all land grants, and prohibi
tion of lien ownerships of lands, gov
ernment lonn oi money, and ruid en
forcement of (ha laws ajniint tho im
portation of foreign labor. Denounces
the practices of the old parties in the
conducting of campaigos on iestiim
which should have baen buried when
settled a score of yearaago, and invites
the co-op :ration of all honest people
in support oi trie new l'oopies 1'arly.
Skoalia, Mo , September 18.-The
State Prohibition oaitv mot in conven
tion this morning at Woo 's's Hall at
10 o clock. Judge James Bacon, of
Springfield, was elected chairman, and
William O. Wilson, of 8. Louis, secre
tary. The Committee on Credentials
reported a delegated membership
present of e ghty-eight. A Committee
on Resolutions are now out making up
iiicir report oi a piailorm.
Wisconsin Labor Convention.
Milwaukbk, Wis., September 16.
The State Labor Convention, in sess on
yesterday at Neenah, had a very
stormy time. Dr. Powell's delegates
charged Robert Schilling, State Orgsn-
ijst oi me JA-nignts ol i-abor, and the
Milwaukee delegation with having
soiu out to the Democrats. This called
out vigorous denials amid great up
roar. The following ticket was nom
inated: Governor, John Cochrane,
Official Returns From Malae.
Auciusta, Mb., September 10. Of
ficial returns from 472 town are as fol
lows: Bodwell, Republican, for Gov
ernor, 08,115; Edwards, DFmoctat,
64,764; Clark, Prohibition, 3839; scat
tering, 192. Bad well's plurality, 13,361 ;
Buttk. Most.. Sentamber 16. On
the fifteenth ballot last night Col.
Wibur F. Sanders was nominated bv
the Republican Congressional C.nven
tion. Milwaukee. Wis., fientember 1(1.
The Republicans of the Seventh D s
trict renominated O. B. Thomas, of
Prairie Du Chien, for Congress.
Sr. Louis. Mo.. Sentember 16. L. F.
Parker was nominnted for Congress
yesterday hi tho Elev3n!h Congres
sional District Convention at Rolla.
tine Deatb at Pealbe and Three at
London. September 16. Advices
from Vienna sit one prison died
from cholera in Peeth yesterday and
three in Trieste. Two new cases are
reported in tbe former city and nine
teen in the latter.
Returns for all Italy sicca last re
port: Torre del Arnun;zta, 5 new
cases, 4 deaths : Ravenna, 7 new cases,
1 death; Ferrard, 11 new casjg, 4
deaths; Putignuno, 11 new caees, 6
deaths; all other Infected districts, 21
new cases, 10 deaths.
Another Tremor at Charleston.
Charleston, S. 0., September 16.
Therji was an earthquake nhock yester
day morning about 4 o'clock, unac
companied by any great rumbling or
detonation, ami was only ir ticed by a
fow peroos. Poisihly a light Bhcck
O'currtd last night, bat ibis is uncer
tain, as any vibration camul t y pass
ing vehicles or tbe pulling down of
walls Is at t to be regarded as an earth
quake. There has not been a shock
in seme dsys worth reporting.
The Re'.ief Committee has issued
over a thousand forms of application
for ass'stance in rebuilding or repair
ing houses. Attention bas been le
cently directed to the chadic'er of
mortar used, consisting largely of yel
low sand, and the City Council will
prolnbly lake action against the usa
of such material in rbuildirg.
AU1KO At5:10 o'clock ThumcUy after
noon, September 16, lS.Su, Isaau Alc.io, aged
66 ; eari.
Funeral will tak place from rsaideccs, on
Shirley1! avenue, today (FRIDAY) at 10
o'elook a.m. Sermon at Ueule Street Baptlit
Church, Frlendi of family invited to attend.
EVANS At Milan, Tenn , on Thundny,
September lit, IH8ii, Sahi'ih, P. EviM,e.l
31 yean. VloksburR (Miaa.) und Stanford
(Ky.) mpwra plrnne ciwy.l
Myorder W. J. llllOWN, W.M.
Alien: U.K. rot.i.Ai, secretary.
And Country More Insurance Ulvrn
Npeclal Attention, bjr
UKKEKAL 1NNI RAM E AUENT,
Room I, Cotton Exchnnge Building,
arsrlnyitca Correapenden ce an d Interview.
to Merchants, Milliners and
the Trade Generally.
WILE DISPLAY TIIEIK
FALL s WINTER
IHMKKSJK ASNOBTHENT OF EVERY
THING NEW IN HATH FELTS
STRAWS, ASTRAOUANS AND VEL
BILK VELVETS, VELVETEENS. ASTRA
C1TAN3, FLUSHES AND NOVELTY
GORGEOUS LINK OF FANCY FEATHERS
AHD BIRDS, OSTRICH TIPS AND
FANCY RIBBONS. VELVET, SATIN AND
(iROS GRAIN RIBBONS I.OWKNC
ritlt'ES In the Market.
CRAPES, NETS, LACES AND ORNA
AN D WIMPS.
Immense Lino Desirable Styles
SPELML Mil'LAY OF PATTERN
it,)-We guarantee to duplicate
New Tarh Prices. We cordially
Invite an liit-rt lou of our ntyles
and can snl'rljr guarantee satis
faction. M. & E. G. KREMER & CO
No. 238 Main Street.
MEMPHIS .... TKNIV.
OPKlf THE ENTIRE 1 EAR.
rTlIIE cnuras of atudrta eilnnHarf. thnrmmh
i and practical, anorilinz auperior faoili-
tiun luruiii.iniusaaoanu Duaineaa eauoalion.
For Cataloirue call at the aohoolroora or
aouroaa l. a. Lif-UUIH, principal.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, h78,
Wurrnntnl nlmolutcly nuro
Cocoa, 1 orn which thu vxv.vtt of
Oil him boon removed. Ithu-.Arti
timet th ttrenytk of Cocoa mlxml
villi Htitrrh. A rrowroot or Birjti.r,
fttiu in Uicrtifora iiirmoroccoiiom
icnl, cmting let than one cent a
cttjH It la delkloiid, nourihliiK
nnu jhlmlrttbly ftdnptcd forlnval
Id-M well m fur pur-voim lu hualLh,
Sold by tirocwri eTerywhere.
. BAKERS CO., Dorchester, Mass,
Ice Machines in Atlanta, Ga.
T I?A,YEfSr,,al.? T, ARCTIC ICE MA
X CIlINEb, in Perfect Condition. Oudio.
ity, about ten tona each per day.
Pries leaa than half the ooat. Addroaa,
il. W. ADAIR. Atlanta. a.
Notice to Shippers.
MmrHig. Tsx., Esptember 10, 18S6.
"lOVMENCING today, September 11th,
w freight deatined to nnlnt. nn th. M. 11.
and A. and 1. O. R. R.'s will he receivod and
delivered st the K. C, S. and M. R. R. depot.
Pmaencer train, on the M., B. and A. K. R.
will arrive and depart from depot, corner of
Main and BrnedwH, a heretofore.
J. U. SULLIVAN, Superintendent.
DESOTO LODtlB NO. 239. F. &
A. M. Will meat in atnted
communication this tKRinv) even-'V
inir, Sept. lTtb, at 8 o'clock, for the
dinpatch of regular huainena. All' v '
M.M.'ain gocd alandine- fraternally Invited.
GENERAL INSURANCE AG'T.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
ltICII.4Itl A. MTITIIWY, ProNtiloiit.
The Lnrgesl, Strongest and Clicnpest Coinjiany in tho World.
0FEICE-N0. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WILKERS0X, Affcnt.
GEO. O. HARBIN. JAS. A. MATTHEWS. II. V. I.KATII.
Established in 1854
257 Main St., Memphis, Ter n.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Eto.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
K09. H and 10 UNION HTKEET, - - - SI EM 111 IN, TI'.,VV.
J.K.U0Dira,Pres't. J, H. OOUUUAK, Vlce-Prw't. C. H. B1IAE, CmHb,'
T. B. I
As ill PllBDs
R. T. OUOPRR.
ARM IKTKAD. O. li. T1RVAN.
nsstary f tha tato or Tanmaa, Transacts
hhibms) mmm iM naMwiaa
J. C. NEELY.
S. II. BROOKS.
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
GROCERS, cotton factors,
And Commission Merchants,
Io. '.Ui7 Front Sir vet. : Mmii1i1n. 'IYiih.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 600D3,
Not. 328 and 328 Main St., Memphis,:Tenn.
arovR btotbt or rAi.t awi wiifreR noons isj larger and moR
pOMPLKTB THAN ITBK RHOKri. and our rl, will oompars with thoas of iaj haalA
la thsVoitadbtatsa. Ws art Af.nta (or
TeueuM ManuTactarlar Co.'i rialds, Drills, Shoetlng, Shlrtlnj, Eta
XjjsivEi&xoia- et aijB. ,
ratet to tbn who neairs to try It. Npeclnl
leading onl u Mciupbla.
And Commission Merchants,
lion, 84 and 8Q Madlwon Street, SJcmplifaj
A. F. Davis, Painter
Il RoraoTed to
No. 35 i Second, SobUi oi Union
Tl l.a pilOJVF 4t.
Drug Store for Sale.
RUO STORE. 75 Crurloa-on .venae, do-
' mi .ui.i'tiMfl 1 rvniTiinuia ma iruc
i Lin Jen lUeot,
J. It. AO
I V bit i a
a. i. oorriN.
nsata a tiiiiiiiisfajaaaasni
to JollMUtMn.-sM V
II. M. NKELY.
Mates lo all nolnls ou KHilroHda
TVT. T ATTKR SO iv Af, CO
. . , 3
DH. K. L. LASKJ,
Phyglrlim, Snrtrpon and Aecnueher,
RKS1DKNCB AND CFFICB,
3 1.1 Mali Mrwl, Atar Ik lou.
Telephnn. Nil. KM.
A, G. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
nrjo heooimd a3rc.
W here tbey will contiuu. i aell llou-. Y ur
siahiug Goods Cneiu'erTbso Anybody,
nd on busier Teruia.