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MEMPHIS, TENX., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1SS(.
VOL. XL VI NO. 222
Thk trade prospect was never at any
time in the history of Memphis eo en
couraging as now, nor were our mer
chants ever more enterpiieiog. They
have pushed far into the territory hith
erto occupied by New Orieanr, and are
Belling goods at and beyond Lake
Providence and at Baitrop and in that
region and have almost raptured the
whole Yazoo bottom. It is thru that
pluck and push always conquer.
Of coccsc Z cb Taylor will be nom
inated by the Republicans. He has
no c jtriD:-t'tor. Bat be cannot be
elested. Confronted by Phelan on
the stump be will meet a man who,
besides that he has tue unanimous
support of his party, is strongly im
bued with the spirit of our time and
is in sympathy with the meat pro-
creative men of th district. ' Not
withstanding Zach's experience the
past two years, be is no match for
Phelan, who hts already given proof
of the possesion of the ability eseen
tial to an enviable legislative ctreer.
Wa are indebted to the New York
Herald for a lengthy but very interest
ing resume of the latest result of in
vesications in seismic science, which
throw a flood cf light upon a subject
that must be uppermost in the minds
of moat people in this section' just
.now. The writer gives deserved
prominence to Prof. Dawson, of Can
ada, who by savants on both sides of
the Atlantis is held to be the greatest
living authority upon the causes that
have produced the fearful destruction
of life and property in Greece and in
Charleston and Us suburbs.
The prediction by Wiggins of a de
!ructive earthquake cn the 29th in
stant, to be accompanied by tornadoes
and cyclones, in view of the con
tinned chocks at Charleston, is calcu
lated to tetrify even the most courage
ous among the severely tried people of
that city, and prevent the work of re
pairs that has been going on bd
cheerfully the past few weeks. It is
U very well to pooh pooh Wiggin?,
but he is not a prophet without honor;
beside, aflllcted -people need the en
- cauragement of a brigh'eoing promise,
and not the disheartening prophecy of
further wreck and rnin, more death
and destruction, perhaps annihilation.
Wiggins is worse than JoVs com
Thi charge so spiritedly denied by
Mr. Gladstone in a dispatch elsewhere
that he was about to join the Catholic
Church, was made, no doubt, with
view to prejudice him with the still
large class in Great Britain and Ire
land to whom the Pope is a nightly
terror and the church he rules over
an ever menacing bug-a-boo. Retson
ing from effect to cause the Tories
would declare that bis becoming a
"Caw-tholic" was the natural result of
his espousal of the cause of the Ir'sh
people, and that he was hereafter to
be regardei is "more Irish than the
Imh themselves. It was a con
temptible form cf lie, but no doubt it
has served the purpose of its origi
nators in many quarters.
The President kept Mr. Rounds in
office bicause of his confidence in bis
integrity as well as fitness for bis
place. How far that confidence is
justified by facts we learn from "Mac,"
the Washington correspondent of the
'Hartford Timet, who says that Mr.
Bancdict, the new Public Fiiuter, finds
the office in a terrible condition.
Rounds kept on making appointments
np to Saturday last and spending
every dollar he could. The conse
quence is there are eo many persons
on the pay rolls that the money an
preprinted to last until January next
win not hold out until JNovember.and
one of the hrst things that Mr. Bene-
diet is called upon to do istofurlough,
if not discbarge, some hundreds of the
employes of the ollice.
Another bloody riot in Belfast yes-
it erday is proof that the British au
thorities are not doing their duty. The
same course pursued by the people of
Jkny city or town in the south of Ire
land where the Catholics predom
inate, would have brought the most
summary punishment. Their streets
would have been drenched with
iblood, and they would have been pro-
ciaimed and outlawed. The mer
chants and business men of Belfast
will have to form a vigilance commit
tee as some time stro thev threatened.
and compel the peace if l hey would
mot lose their trade and witness .the
rum of their city. It is plainly
viaem mat neither the municipal
nor 'the central authorities are equal
to Ihe suppression of a few hundred
nonaha, such as in Chicago were
promptly put under foot by the police
01 turn uuy it iew weeks ago,
Thje Presidential campaign, so far
as the politicians cf New York are
concerned, has already been initiated,
and tbe contest is over Hill and Cleve
land. The friends of the latter say
that his administration ought to be
indorsed, but those of the former say
tbat, as the Governor controls the
State of New York and will go before
the Democratic Convention with its
olid vote, he ought to bs the man.
Besides, they s sy, the President is ou
reeord as having pledced himself not
to accept a second term, and that
whon a man thus declares himself
eafsiied and promiees not to be a can
didate be should be taken at his word.
And eo it goes, growing warmer with
each succeeding dy. As it stands it
is an interesting contest, not without
instruction for the Democrats of the
other btates whom tbe Xew York
wire pullsrsdo not deem worthy ot
consideration. Without New York's
vote, they argue, a Democrat cannot
be elected, therefore New York mu6t
Iwaya furnish the candidate. And
jet this is a free country.
THREE SHARP SHOCKS.
THE ILL FATED CITI AGA1S VIS
ITED BY EAR til QUAKE.
Other Points Also Shaken Subter
ranean Thunder at Colum
bia, S. C.
" Chahlmton, 8. C, S. ptamber 21.
There were three sbocVsot earthquake
! m i . . i . l . . i . .
iu iuariesion iaxi mui una eany mis
morning, the shoc k ato:?u o clock a.m.
beng quite sharp and causing houses
to rattle uncomfortably. There was
no general alarm, but a good many
persons ran out of their honsr:Sict
the Btreets and remained there. At
Summerville there ware three shocks
between 4:25 and 6:30 o'clock this
morning, there being a vio'ent shock
at o :20 o'c'ock. as here. A loud deion
ation similar to the report ol a heavy
gan was beard at the beginning of the
severe shock here, and tbete were a
toca ions or explosions with two of
the shocks atSammerville. It is report
ed that pare of tbe wall of the medical
college, already w ecked, was thrown
down by this morning's shocks, and
much loo?e plastering was also thrown
dowii. A colored man was injured by
the falling wall.
Right. There was no mistaking t'ae
charai ter of the disturbance that oc
curred at 5:15 o'clock tbis morning.
It was a rude awakening for peop'e of
this Drave old city, dm they bora it as
tbey bave borne all tbe other great
trials through which tbey have been
oil led upon to pies, with unflinching
foitaude and courage. Most of the
people in the city were asleep at tbe
time, bnt tbe shock was sufficiently
etiong to awaken them. The fea'ures
of the phenomenon and tbe at
mospheric conditions were eomewbat
peculiar. The weather on Sunday and
Monday nights was warm and
sultry. Af.er 10 o'clock at night
the wind seemed to have died out en
tirely. On Monday nlgbt indications
of a change in the weather were appa
rent. Frequent 11 shea of sheet light
ning were seen iu the North and occa
sional ,rnl:s of distant thunder were
heard. In tbe rp Dion of some people
these were seismic detonationa. But
there seems to be scarcely room to
doubt tbat they were rolls ot distant
thunder. The eky over Charlobtonall
this time was entirely clear and the
moon shone brilliantly. Shortly after
midnight tbn wind eet in rather brisk
ly from the E '8', and clouds began tj
gather in tbe sky. Some per
eons state that there was a
slight shock about 4 o'clock, but
if there was, it was not sufficient to
arouse any one wbo was asleep, it
was 5:15 o'clock when the shock ar
rived. Tbis was about the severest
tbat has been felt in Charleston for
over two weeks. The other vibrations
tbat many people alleged tbey bave
felt were child a play compared with
the shock this morning. HouBea were
very perceptibly shaken, and in many
bouses plastering was shaken down.
The shock is variously estimated to
bavs lasted from three to ten seconds.
There seems to be some question
whether it was accompanied br the
nual rumbling sound, A gentleman
who was on the cecond fljor of a large
brick building 'states tbat the
shaking of tbe bouse, accompanied by
rattling of sashes, tbe grinding of the
joists and tbe fall of plastering was all
that he heard. The policeman who
was stationed at the intersection of
Broad and Meeting Btreets states, on
the contrary, that be felt a very slight
movement of the earth, bnt distinctly
heard a noise. Another man who was
on the street on his way to his dace
of businees states that the earth moved
violently and tbat the sound was like
the explosion of a thousand pounds of
dynamite under ground. Tbe worst
feature of tbe shock was the addi
tional injury to the Medical Collfe?
of which a part of the wall fell. It ia
now a gaping ruin, and apparently
must come down to tbe ground.
A shock today is reported alto from
Nimmervnie, Sumter. Blacsvi He.
Orangeburg, Newbury, Auguet and
Within three minutes after tho
shock there were a good many people
on the street", although comparatively
few of them were women and children.
Tbe sidewalks wet e so cleared cf debris
tbat most pedestrians bad returned to
tbe habit of using the pavements; it
was observed (his mornine. however.
that many persons kept the middle of
the roadways while walking through
the streets. There was little interrup
tion to Dusiness and none whatever in
the work of repair, which is proBrari-
ing as rapidly as can be expected un-
uer me circumstances.
The weather today was cloud v. with
brisk winds, which are to be exnerted
at this time of year. The Relief Com'
mittee is making conaider&bln hand-
way with the arduous work hefore it.
Over 3500 forms of aDnlicationa for rn.
it , . . . i . : .
net on account oi injury by tbe earth'
quake to houses and other property
have been issued, and nearly 700 ap
plications fully filled out have been
received. These anniinatinnn mm
rrom every cltss in th mmmntiiiv
I he custom house pediment bas
been shored u d and the postothce mads
Baie lor occuptnts. Architect Spier
is satisfied of the honf fin ninctirirtn
of both the posteffice and the United
States Engineer's building on Meeting
street, and will recommend that tbe
department ask Congress at its next
session to make an appropriation for
the erection of a public building of
sufficient site to accommodate all tbe
departments of the Government that
are not properly provided for.
iineap excursions will be run from
all poime on the Atlantic Grout line
to Charleston on October 2d for the
benefit oi the relief fund.
Augusta, Ga.. September 21. At
a:55 o'clock a.m. a distinct ehock of
earthquake was felt here.
Subterranean Thunder at Columbia
Columbia. 8. C. Snntomhor 01
Last night there was sheet Jio-htnino
in the east at frequent intervale. Dur
heard for several hour, and at 5:18
0 clock a m. a lone, rumbling
apparently proceeding from a direction
a iittle wett of south, was follownH hv
a severe ehock, lasting about a minute.
Houses were perceptibly shaken and
mo t people awakened. The subter
ranean thunder continued eeveral
hours aftfr tho shock, The
pbere grew very cold inet hsfnra fh
shock. People rleeuinz nncnyeTnit
near open windows found it necessary
to iloss their windows and use
PUtlnct Nbork at Bavannah.
Savannah, Ga., September 21. Sa
vannah experienced another distinct
earthquake ehock' t 4;65 o'clock,
local time, this morning. The vibra
tion lasted several second, causing
slate roots, windows, etc., to rattle,
Hundreds of pecp'e weie awakened
and many were frightened badly,
tnougn there was no general alarm.
Sen. Campbell, Col. Taylor and Col
Enloe at Hedon.
sPICUt TO TBI 1PFIAL.I
Jacksos, Tsn., Sep'em'wr 21. A
good crowd beard the Congressional
candidates at Aitdon today, lbs Hon
B. A. Enloe had tbe opening speech
and was followed by Gen. Cirapbe'.l
and Col. Taylor. Enloe's speech was
in the main tbe tame as delivered at
Pmson yesterday, though be strength
ened many points on his opponents.
lis is noiuing ois ground at every
eiana, anu nis inenas claim that he la
gaining votes, and unless all eigns fail
be will be the nominee of tbe party
next Saturday. The speech of each
candidate wa' given maiked attention
The friends of Enloe were in the ma
jority at this point.
A III Here ace or Opinion.
I Sr 10! ALTO THI i.PrilL.1
Jackson, Tunis., September 21.
Your issue tf today contains a special
irom this city concerning tbe Uongre
sional race which does not rt fleet tne
sentiment of tbis county. Gen. A. W.
Campbell, Maditon connty s mot il
lustrious sod, will carry this coun'y in
tbe primary next Saturday by an
overwhelming msjirity, sta'emeut to
the com rat y notwithstanding.
Tbe Mlasloalppl Imltialrial
ISPICUL TO THI APPIAL.l
Columbus, Mies., September '.1.
The Mieaifsippi Industrial Institute
College will open tomorrow morning
nnder the mo.-t flattering circum
stances, with probably over 300 girls
in attendance. One hundred and fifty
came in today, and 20 more are ex
pected to arrive tonight. The board
ing capacity of tbe college is 230, but
fuily 600 applications have been re
ceived. The attendance this session
will be over 40 J, including those who
will board in town, this bdine s many
as can be accommodated. Miss Gess-
ner Tutwiler, instructor in modern
laneuages, who bas spent the summer
in Europe, will sail for Columbus to
day. Gov. Robert .Lowry. Senator J. Mc-
Martin and wife, of Foit Gibson, and
tbe Hon. P. G. Peeram, of Vicksburs.
are at tbe Gilmer.
Dr. S. S. Franklin, one of the old
landmarks of Columbus, and one of
our most prominent citizens, is very
ill and not expected to recover.
GENERAL LAND OFFICE
Cominiaeloner Mparhe'a Ntatcment
for the Fiscal Tear.
Washingtom. September 21. Com
missioner Sparks of tbe General Land
Office bas prepared a statement show
ing the dispssals of pnblic lands for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1880.
from which it appears that the total
number of entiies were 227,474, em
bracing an area of 20,091,967 acrds.
The amount of money received for
this land was S7.412.767. The cash
wilts aggregated 3,773,493 acres, and
the amount received therefor was
$5,757,891. Original homestead entries
were made to tbe number of 61,ti:i3,
covering an area of 9,145,135 acres.
Tbe lists of selections made by the
railroad companies under the different
grants aggregated 2.311.537 acres. Tbe
number of timber culture entriee made
was 3i,9iHi, comprising 5,389,309 acres,
The remaining area dieposed of con
futed of military bounty land war
rant locations, scrip locations, State
selections, wagon road selections, and
agricultural college selections. Final
proof was made upon 19,350 home
etfad entries, embracing 2,863,632
acres, ana timoer culture entries nutu
b9rinv 1036 and covering an area of
141,694 acres. Tbe above totals do
not include the disposals of Indian
lands, amounting to 15,562 entries,
comprising an area of 1,132.596 acres.
on accouiit of which $1,607,729 was
Under the head of rash sales are in
eluded 15,71-' pre-emption entries,
with an area of 2,279,210 acres, and
2518 desert land entries, with an area
of 753,688 acres. The mineral entries
number 1323, covering 22,980 acree,
There were 6S87 homestead entries
commuted to cjbu entries, co-ering an
area of 1,0!0,4S7 acres. This last area
is not included in the total area shown
to have been disposed of, as it was ac
counted for when the original home
stead entries were made. The number
of acres disposed of in the different
States and Territories was aa follows :
Alabama, 6627; Arkansas, 277,281;
Arizona. 534,139; California, 1.8-18,078:
Colorado. 1,282,674; Dakota, 3,075,085 ;
Florida, 231.799; Idaho, 272,018: Iowa.
4337; Kansas, 5,(36,824; Lousiana,
142.C64 ; Michigan, 10963 ; Minnesota,
iLi,t6 ; Mississippi, 1 1 o.ozo ; wissonri,
269,045; Montana, 911,574; Nbbraska,
3,551,518; Nevada, 280,998; New Mex
ico, 202.850; Oregon, 504,863: Utab.
299,776; Washington Territory, 544,
828; Wisconsin, 237,587; Wyoming,
453,572. Total, 20,991,967.
THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY
Un Tbeir Return Trip to Washing.
Paul Smith's, Adirondack Moun
tains, bepl ember 21. The
President, accompanied by Mrs. Cleve
land, Mrs. Folsom and Col. and Mrs.
Lamont, arrived bere la it night on
their return trip to Washington. Yes
terday's journey was made oa foot
through tbe woods covering tbe Car
lies and by rowboats over the seven
lakts between tbis place and Saranac
Inn. After dinner last evening an in
formal reception was held in the ho
tel parlors. Today PauJ Hmith will
onve the party to raul Smith s Sta
tion, on the Korthern Adirondack
railroad, and the remainder of the trip
will be mads by rail.
Gao. W. KARHArr, Captain of Police.
Baltimore, Md Fays: "1 have used
Salvation Oil and f mod it a most ex
cellent remedy. I recommend it to
I. O. O. F. Urand I.oda;e OWcera
Boston, Mass , September 21. The
fillowirg olliceis for the ensuing year
were elected today by the t'overign
Grand Lodjje of Odd Fellows, now in
s-ssion in this city: Grand Sire,
John II. White of New York ; Deputy
Giand Hire, J. C. lTnderood of Ken
tucky ; Grand S'cretiry, T. A. Ross of
New Jersey; Grand Treasurer, A.
Sheppaid of Pennsylvania.
Ykstkbday I had a hotrid cold. I
ueed Dr. Boll's Cough Syrup, and to
day I am as well R) ever,
THE FALL C IMAM J.
TUE BROTHERS MAKE SPEECHES
AT FRANKLIN, TESN.
Padgett Wares the Bloody Khlrt
Phelan a Sure Winner Sem
Isricui. TO TBI Amu. I
Fbanklin, Tinn., Sjptenibor 21.
Three thousand people li.-tened to tbe
joint discussion herd today. B
made the opening fpeecb, showing
bow the piintiples of cocstituti nal
government bave been trampled nnder
foot by the Republican party, and
procetded to excoriate tbat party in
fice style. He showed bow the Re
publican party years ago induced the
Degrees to vote for tbat party by prom
ists of forty acres and a mule, and
asked bow many of them bad ever
gotleu what was promised. lie told
the p?ople bow in 1884 Republicans
bad warned the negroes not to vote
the Democratic ticket, for under the
Democrats negroes would be forced
back into slavery. He epoke of the
misappropriation of $4CO,000 to build a
navy, and then asked bis hearers to
lcok at tbe navy the Rspublicans bad
loftue. He gave hts views os tue
tariff and showed how Republicans
still wanted to keep the war tariff
lie sbowtd how Cleveland s admini
tralion hid saved the people ilOO.000.'
000 the first ydar. He lefened to tbe
management 01 stats auairs undtr
Democrats rule and conurdtnlated
the people on the exctlleiit credit of
Tennessee. Alf followed and, in try'
ing to answer some 01 nob s points,
umtea on into the same o'd sueeoh
he has made ftom day to day. He
Bpoke moitly on schools and
tantl. The rej unders were spicy.
A Bloody Shirt Candidate.
ISriOIAL TO TBI APP1AL.I
Narbvillk. Tbnn., September 21. A
special to the Union from Chat!anooga
says: The Kepubllcan Oongresnonal
Convention for the Thiid District
today at Davton. Rhea county, nnml.
nated Gen. J. T. Wilder for Corerese.
defeating Hon. H. M Wilts, of this
city, by two .votes. In the Hamilton
county delegation Dr. Padgett,
who is a candidate for State
Senator, . made in a speech
a bold assault on Southern Democrats
for their alleged opposition to the
Jilair bill. He stated tbat Stonewall
Jackson, Frank Cheatham and all the
Confederate leader were traitors and
tilled traitors graver, and that tbe
reason the Democrats did not want tbe
a. air bill was becauta they did not
want their children, to read in
the text books to be selected by the
government tbat their Idols of South
ern hearts filled traitors' graves. Tbis
indicates tbat tbe campaign in East
xenneseee is to D made on a very
nominated far tongreaa.
lariCUb TO THI ATVIAL.I
VlDDnill. TT, , !A.t..,l,n. 01
Tbe Congressional Convention of this
(Sixth) Dietrict met todav and nomi
nated Jos. E. Washington by acclama
Charleston, S. 0.t September 21.
Col. Wm. Elliott, of Beaufort, was
nomimted for Congress today by the
Democrats 01 the seventh District.
Hagbestown, Md., September 21.
The Hon. L9wis E. Mc Coin as was to
aay renominated by acclamation as
tte Republican candidate for Congress
in the sixth Maryland District.
Phelan In Tipton.
Tipton Cotmy Jiecord: Mr. Phelan,
in our opinion, is as good a Democrat
as can be found in tbe district, and
will make an ennwst, hones', faithful
Representative We tike no stock in
thHt young men s movercent, ss it is
railed, neither in the election of
judges or o! law mkets; aud so far es
dr. 1'iielan is the representative of
that peculiar iden we tike no etock :n
mm. not Mr. rneiaa himself, old or
young, is a man that can be trusted in
Congress to attend to the businees
that concerns the Tenth Congressional
District, and he will attend to it as
well as any man tbat could lis named.
Therefore we conclude that if Mr.
Phelan is tbe Democratic nominee for
Congress we hope that there will not
be one single voter within the ranks
of the party, whatever his peculiar
views may bs upon the various
pbr cs of the various questions that
nobody understands, that will not pre
fer him to any R jpublican that can be
named. The result of the August
elections have rendered it exceedingly
probable that the Democra ic candi
date will be elected; and with an
earnest effort, a thorough canvass and
intelligent management, he can be.
- Phelan Will et There Eaay.
Chattanooea TWi: Mr. James Phe
lan, Just nominated for Congrtss by
the Democrat of the Tenth Tenneseee
district, will "get there" easily, and
when there he will be an honor to his
State, the South and the country, and
be will serve the local interests of his
district with an ability and discrimi
nation not heretofore realized by tbat
people. He is young, cultured, rich,
but unepoiled, and has shown himself
a fine political manager in his contest
iur 1110 uuiuiDUUUU, IB wmcu oeillliur
Harris and all bis set opposed the
young aspirant. But he drove one
after another of his rivals from the
track, and finally, when tbe conven
tion assembled, was nominated by ac
clamation. He will bave almost a
walk over in the vote. Tbe sitting
member, Zach Taylor, is a Republican,
who was elected in 1814 by 586
majority over Harris, Democrat.
Tbat was a year of Demo
cratic division and disaster in Ten
nessee, which has gone not to return.
We are done with trie debt quarrel.
Railroad regulation crankery in desd.
Tbe vote on Supreme Judjres, August
5th, eh owed tbe Tenth District Demo
cratic by about 2000 majority; The an
will run that np to 3000. Trie old fos
sils didn't want him with his pluck
and dash and ttaying qualities, for
they were and are afra'd that once in
be will stay and iro to the top like a
rocket goes skyward ; and the fossils
are right for once.
A. F.Davis, Painter
Has Removed to
No. 353 Second, Soatli of Union
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"The dangerous qualities of eo
tamtnatea drinking water are not
cfc'iated by the addition of vines or
Medical Officer of Privy Council,
" The purity of ATOLLLVARIS
cjfers the Jest security against the.
dangers which are common to most
cf the ordinary drinking waters."
London Medical Record.
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and marvelous effects.
KREMER'S TRIMMING DEPARTMENT
novelties 01 me ricnesi varieties.
JET PARURES 'or Dress. Irldesoent Kpau-
leu, vaineis iiair ana AstraKen fellecls.
FEATHER TRIMMINUH In every conoelr-
auie vnnuo anu ootuoinmion.
KREMER'S SHOW Exclusive Novelties in
I'Aiiio AiHU J-nwiJUW u A ip. Novel
ties in lint Effects. Rich Birds and
ELEGANT RIBBON NOVELTIES.
KREMER'S SHOW IN CLOAK DKPURT-
Mm msgnincent uioaks and Wraps.
Special Wraps for autumn wear. EN
ULISH COATS AND JACKETS.
BESIDES the great novelties and attractive
win 1 1. it miii iu. we shall offer on Mon
day SOME SPECIAL BARGAIN'S.
IN OUR Kid Glove Department Fine Kid
mores at mio a pair.
HANDKERCHIEF DEPARTMENT Hand-
Kercnieis at i.tc eacn.
FINE Titsue Veilings at 23c a yard.
RICH Cheneile Marabouts, In all colors, at
FEATHER TRIMMINGS at Ms a yard.
FINE Double Fold All Wool Serges, in all
colors, at -no a yara.
CORSETS atll 11, worth KM).
FINE FALL WRAPS, elegantly trimmed,
COLLARS, Fine Linen, attic.
NEW JERSEYS, ol excellent quality, II ir.
SCHOOL HATS at 22o.
KREMER'S SHOW MONDAY Exclusive
Novolties in all departments of their own
iiMicrmtion. and bsrga'ni THAT WILL
Star W a are trenarAtl now in riltw ll
drs in our Dressmaking Department in one
week from oata of order.
AsxlCotiufrr Ker luaurassc Ulvoss
GENERAL RANCH AGENT,
Koom I, Cotton Exchange Buildini.
apllatl Rrprraoutfd, 110,000,000.
a)arlnvite Corroyandencs and Interview
1)11. It. L. LASKI,
I'Dyxician, Kurtreon Aud Accoorher,
RKSIDKNCK ASD 07FICB.
81.1 Mnln Ntret, Xear l ulou.
Telephone No. M,
Ask your latnllcr for isj OriolnAl M "taioa;
- 11" warn of linltatlona. - j
Mono Oenalua) anluM bearing IklaHlamp.
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE.'
aud in uuttoo, Umirreas and Una. BcH Calf
anct. A ivMUlt'ardsfDt Ut
os wlH orlug you InfonDa
Moo how to lift this Shu. In
tan Bute or Territory.
Litem a Zo.;
u uncoin at..
m ft ii mi
ThW auoe stands bltther In the estimation ot
Wearers Uian any other lu the Vftirl.l. Thou,
sniids wbo wear li will tell ou Uu rwuua IX you
J. W. VOEQELIrfcno.
1 n a i
. 1 H "7aK
A LI, rernn d.sirncs of soc-urlnir Safe
Hint Krllnbl. lst.iirae. , hi Low.
t Kalis, on WIN HOUHKS, can be ac
eoinuiodoted bf apiilying to tbe
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 11 Bmllaon St., Hemphia, Tea at
GENERAL INSURANCE AGT.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEMPHIS, - - TJEXN
3 a Ji
F-! 5 t . a I ,''(MAW0 I'M-i m
S 2i mBPw IB
SECURITY' BANK OF MEMPHIS
A NAl'K UEPONIT TKIM
NO. 42 MAUIKOX tvritKUT,
R. D. Frayhir, Pres. W. N. Wti kkrhun, V. P. R. J. Black, Cashier.
IIOAKIS 41 lllKtlTOHN.
W. D. Dfthell. T. H. Allen. W. V. Tivlnr. H. Till, Haw Vmv,., II II 1 u
Uodwin, 8. P. Head, W. A. Willlnmson, Jonn Ovorton, Jr , fc. I. McDowell, W, n'.'WiI
korson, R. J, liluck.
Deposits received from hi) cente nnwr,l.
Will buy and sell local sccurll'es, net as
viduals. llre a commodious vault for
I.AK OIISTOMKHS. free ol ntinrim. H.f
Nuliritetl. Aullioriard Iu Mm m Urnrrnl HasihlsiK lliioliieiaa.
J.K.tiQDim,rre8't. J.M. HOOUUAK, Vieo-Pres'U CU. KAINE.CuklcaV
TIRLIT, J. M. eOODBAR, J.
?fe9. Jj,B,flMsl W".
B1XII, vUA RLKo
JOHN ARMIHTKAD. 6. A.
awA apall4ry mt the) tatsi er Teisass
HwalsiMai atssel clvea BsxMilal
Window Shades, Picture Kail
HOUSE, SIGN AND
NO. 225 NI,( OM STUEirr.
IU Ik ill!
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noa. 326 and 328 Main
ar4l7R ajTOrK Of FA I.I. AJI WINTF.K GODS 11 LARGER AN0 HOB
ffttPfc"TM .TH AN VaRBIMIia. udoar 1-rio.i will eomp.r. wittt tho.T of an"hJS
la utUaiUd states. We are AsenH for
TmneMfle Junaractarlag t'o.' Plaids. DrUls. Shnetiar. Hhlrtlnsr. CU
'OTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IVo. Front Mreos.Cor. rnfoii. MaiiiisIiIm. Tenn.
rates to those who desira to try It. Kprrlnl Kalen lo all asasnla on MallrosMla,
loadlug onl o Maauphla,
P. TVT. TATTFTIROK . CO
I. U. MULLIMB. ot lata J. H. Qodwln A Co. JAt). yONUK, lata ot J. W. Caldwell A v.
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors tiCom mission flerchants
No. 1 Howard'a Row. (Vir. Front, arid In ion, MfmpliiH.
FISHER MARBLE WORKS
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
WE DEsritE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR I.AROB STOCK OF FINISH M:!
MaKHI.K. Wa ara prepared to furnish new work Irom latest designs on short no tier a
ALL W0KK ODARANTEE1) TO BE FIRST CLA.8
In every reieot and lo xive entire satisfaction.
We solicit your patronave and request that you call, examine our stock, prieos, oU'
before pnrr-hiMing elsewhere.
And Commission MerchantSa
J"oa 34 and SO Madison fitroot, JIeteM3
e estsstt m
lOIIIMNY ASHs NtVlsaN HANK.
anil InlnMif allnw,l am mmr Bn,t n. ...ii
TrnHee, Iteciiivor, etc., fi r eorooratti iis or mdU
tbe deiolt of valunblea fur tlia lnilt of HKull-
lliw,.;i !(,.. ,..f kivl..u
AMeallei to tletllMUnessv.'VM
?! PUN AVAR.
McuMinga and Mixed Painls.
.... MEM PIIIN, TENN.
IjXIIVIBIOIV o OALiI
HT THK BARKF.I. UK AR-S OR I ;
hnrrnl Ints ri.liv.r.,1 in th. liv at ,.,