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ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
25,
1880.
VOL. XLYT NO. 225
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Mb. Evabts is reported as describing
the state dinners under the Hayes
regime by saying "water flowed like
thampaRnft."
Thc nephews and niecas of the late
Bimuel J. Tilden havinj; determined
to break the. will of the decsased
statesman, 'are fighting for time and
contesting its probate,, and they are
right. It is an unjust will and on
grounds of Bund public policy alone
it ought not be permit'ed to etand.
It is yery significant of the future
of Memchis that a merchant from
West Plains and another from Thayer,
Mo., mada their appearance upon
our market, yesterday, and expressed
themselves surprised by our facilities
and advantages. They promise to be
not only customers bat ardent friends
of Memphis.
FbofI E. E. Barnard, of the Van
derbilt University, dubbs Prof. Wig
gins a fraud and a charlatan, and the
New Orleans Time-Democrat says that
his latest prsphecy was sent out as an
advertising dodge to help his almanac
and secure for it a wide circulation,
and it denounces him as a humbug.
Bat he hes, nevertheless, got his
work in.
If Wiggins was anywhere near to
the people of Charleston ho would
stand a good chance of being lynched,
b:came of the trouble and Borrow be
has made for many families by his
prediction of earthquake, tornado
and cyclones on the 29th south of
th9 thirtieth parallel. A dispatch
from that city says "there will be no
rest" there until after next Wednes-
dky. Many families have been sent
away and all who could have made
preparations for a shaking short of ab
solute destruction.
Millionaire Mack ay says this court
try is good enough for him and that he
never contemplated building a resi
dence in London or Paris. lie says,
also, that be does not want newspaper
notoriety, that it is unpleasant to him
and to his wife,' and, additionally, that
what has been recently published
about him and his family is utterly
without foundation in fact. This
ought to have the effect of releasing
Mackay from farther persecution.
Eat it won't. A millionaire is the re
porter's meat, and he mnst bear up
under theconwquancew of his millions
Thi proposition of the Illinois Com
mlsstonerf, made yesterday, to kill
the 2000 head of cattle now in the two
distilleries where pleuropneumonia
prevails, and to cremate all that npon
microscopic examination were found
infected, should have been adopted
andcarried into effect. Nothing short
of so judicious a measure can save the
beef trade of Chicago. Even the cre
mation of the whole 2003 would be a
cheap way out of a dilemma that
grows more serious every day. Cre
mation ia the one effective preventive
of the spread of epidemic.
A dispatch elsewhere says there is
no foundation for the reported treaty
with Great Britain in settlement of the
fisheries question, and another from
Gloucester says tbat such a treaty
would be death to the fishing
interests of New Eagland. We
think our fellow citizens of the
North can contain tbeir sou's
in peace. Secretary Bayard can be
relied upon to guard their interests
and save them from the ruin they
dread. They ought to have the priv
ilege of trading in Canadian ports.
The commonest dictates of humanity
would seem to us to dictate such a
safeguard, and our government Bhould
insist npon it.
The confession that Mr. Abrain Hew-
itt makes in an interview on the third
page is a sad one, and a Bevere retiec
tion upon our legislative methods
tbat could not be incurred except by
the personal jealousies and ambitions
that are permitted to interfere with
public affairs and absolutely
retard the public business, to
the detriment of the . vital
interests of the people. It is a fla
grant outrage that any man anywhere
-should be permitted to obtrude his
selfish desires, to lord it like a boss,
dictata bis preferences and postpone
legislation. We know of no more
oiions tyranny. It is the very antith
esis of sound Democracy, and should
he suppressed and put under foot at
any cost. The people must he free.
Thb hopeful outlook for cotton is
among the encouraging features of the
business situation. Manufactured
goods are in active demand, the mills
' here and abroad are running on full
time, and the general condition of
trade the world over is healthful and
promising. Ia the face of a crop,
varying, in the opinion of statisticians
from 6,600,000 to 6,750,000 bale?, the
value of the staple ia advancing daily
and the belief is widespread tbat the
present prices will not be materially
lowered, and many are of the
opinion that even a higher level of
prices will be attained. The reports
from Manchester yesterday were Of an
encoa.wging nature, and that proverb
ially ruutiouB market is not given to
roee colored descriptions of the trade
situation. The advices from there re
ported "cloths firm, sellers esking ad
vance." As this is the flint intimation
received from that quarter in a long
time tbat did vot convey the intima
tion that Manchester spinnera were
starving to death and holding on to
life by their eyelids, it is safe to infer
that businecs is on something of a
boom over there.
THE .MTIOM CAPITAL.
THE PRESIDENT ATTENDING TO
CURRENT BUSINESS.
To Form a National Medical and
Surgical Society Appoint-meats-General
News.
Washington, September 24. The
President was kept pretty busy today
receiving visitors and attending to
current businees. Among those who
had interviews with him during the
day were Secretary Lamar, Acting
r-ecretary Drum. Acting Attorney
General Jenks. First Asnstant Post'
master General Stevenson, Assistant
Secretary Thompson, so lcitor McUue,
Senators Voorbees and McPheraon,
LieuL-Gn.- Sheridan and Commis
sioner Coleman. The afternoon re
ception for general viaitots was at
tended by about fifty persons, mostly
ladies. . ,
AppolntmcaM t7 be President,
Washinoton, September 24. The
President today appointed Douglass
Tvler. of Virginia, to be principal
cleik on private land claims in tbe
(jenoral Lnd umce, ana l com as r.
Pettus, of Mississippi, to be United
states consul at aingpn, umna.
TntlB( tier Speed.
Washington, September 24. The
Navy Department is now informed
that the steamship Atlanta has not
eone to eea. as was supposed, upon
her trial trip, but is making a short
trial in Long island Bound to test ner
speed.
(Sustained by the Madrid ttovern.
ueni.
Washington, September 24. Con'
snl General Williams, at Havana, in
reply to an inquiry from tbe Secretary
of State, confirms tbe report tbat the
Madrid government bss sustained tne
Cuban authorities in their refusal to
carry out the treaty arrangement as it
is understood in this country, making
mutual concessions to American and
Spanish vessels trading between Cuba
and this country. This will probably
lead to a correspondence between
this government and the Spanish au
thorities to ascertain wbat the latter
mean and ultimately to the annul
ment of the arrangement, or the con
clusion ol a new one.
Pleased the Removal oribeCblri
cabling.
Wasbihgton, September 24. The
Acting Secretary of War has received
a dispatch from the Indian agent at
the San Carlos A coney stating that the
removal of the Warm Spring and Cbi-
ricabua Indians is a cause of rejoicing
to tbe Indians left there, who are re
lieved of tbeir fears of attack and are
afforded a b-tter opportunity for ac
quiring nabits of industry.
Appointments in Abeyance.
Washington, September 24. The
Star siys: It is learned that the 1'resi
dent will not appoint a Chief of Engl
neers or a Surgeon General of tbe
Army until after the return of the
Secretary of War. No appointment of
a Disbursing Clerk of the War Depart
ment to succeed tbe la'e Mr. L.awton
will be made until the Secretary re
turns. It is very probable, however,
tbat Wm. S. ' Yeatmai, at present
fourtn class cleric in tne quartermas
ter General's Office, will be promoted
to be Disbursing Clerk, although there
aie a number of otner applicants.
Meeting; or tbe lHctor.
Washington, September 24. The
representatives of tbe Medical and
Surgical Societies of the United States
met at tbe Army Medical Museum tC'
day. and effected a temporary orgni
zation by the election of Dr. Bussy, of
this city, chairman, and Dr. Ewins
Means, secretary. Tne work was all
preliminary, as the subject in band
was to consider the advisability
of arranging for regular meetings
in Washington of the various medical
and surgical societies. Dr. Pepper, of
Philadelphia, submitted a proposition
that it wb desirable to form a con
gress of tbe socities represented. It
was decided to form such a congress,
and it was agreed to constitute an Ex
ecutive Committee of one representa
tive from each society of the Union,
favoring the project, and that tais Ex
ecutive Committee should decide the
timeformeetii: gain Washington. Alco,
tbat at these regular meetings the
principal order of businees should be
an address by the president, and then
the presentation of original essays for
discussion. It was definitely decided
tbat all meetings shall be held in
Washington, but the remaining de
tails, except the address-by the presi
dent and the essays, will be left to
the Executive Committee. Each rep
resentative will reooit back to his
society, and if it approves of tbe plan
it win elect a member of tbe Execu
tive Committee.
The Hog- Cholera.
Washington. Sentember 24. Late
information received at the Agricul
tural Department regarding tbe condi
tion of hogs is that in Illinois and In
diana cholera prevails generally. In
the former State heavy losses are re
ported In several counties. In Ohio
and Michigan the condition of the
Animals is fair. In some parts of Wis
consin farmers are afraid to keep hogs
on account of cholera, and reports
from Iowa are of a similar character.
In some cases cholera, pink eye and
measles are reported from Missouri,
and in Nebraska the condition is con
siderably below the average. Kansas
and Kentucky ho. a are generally in
good condition.
COLUMBUS, MISS.
Resolutions tbe Death of Col,
Thornton College Stria
Arrived.
I8M0IAI. TO TBI AFFI1I..I
CouJMBUg, Miss.. Sentember 24.
Tbe trustees of the Industrial College
adjourned last niaht after a cession of
two days. They adopted the follow
ing resolutiocs on the death of Col.
Thornton :
Resolved. That we hava heard, with
feelings of the deepest sadnesH, the
intelligence ot the death of oat well
loved friend and fellow tnihtee. Col.
J. J. Thornton, a man who, in all the
relations of life, did his duty in the
ful est sense; who, as a citizen and
soldier, had few peers; whose head
was clear and whose heart was warm ;
who illustrated in a high degree the
hRflt nnntif.ifin of mankmrl and vaa
1 . . - IUI1 BUM I "
an early and staunch frinnd of this in
stitution, which had become an object
of his pride and affectionate solicitude,
to whose strong and practical judg
ment this board, as well as the patrons
of the college, and indeed the State,
whose crowning glory it is, are in
debted beyond all measure tor the ad
mirable system here inaugurated and
maintained.
Retolved. further. That in the death
of this wu-eand patriotic citizen, whose
rare understanding saw other needs
for eovernmect tban the mere preser
vation ot order, to the end that wealth
might be accumuleted, this college
and the SUte have sustained a less
that is well nigh irreparable, while we
have thus lost a friend and co-worker
whom we cannot cense to mourn.
Resolved, That to the sorrowing clr-
e'e in the now desolate home of our
departed friend our heartfelt sympathy
be extended, and that a copy heracf
be transmitted to the family at Pass
t-nnstian,
L. M. MILLER,
JOHN M'O. MARTIN,
J. T. HARBISON.
Chief Justice Tom E. Cooper, of
Jackson, arrive! this morning, and ia
at the Gilmore. He brought a lot of
college gins from Jackson and Vicks
burn.
Nearly 1000 bales of cotton have
been received here since September
ist.
THE TAILORS AT FAYETTEYILLE
Speak to a Large Andlence Bob Sn.
tains Ilia Reputation Candi
date Withdrawn.
SPtCUL TO THI IPfliL.l
Faybtevilli, Tknn., September
24. Lincoln and adjacent counties and
portions of Alabama poured into this
place today, and a cone inrse estimated
at from six to seven thousand were all
enthusiastic f or their party candidates.
Capt. Dougherty introduced Alf. and
dissented from Dr. Padgett's views at
Dayton, some days ago. Alf
made a fair presentation of his
views, and seemed to meet
the expectatiocs of his friends,
and good judges accord to him credit
of fine talent and splending Bpeaking.
He read from tiie Courier-Journal,
showing that tbe Democracy had not
fulfilled its pledges, but he did not tell
us that the war tariff had been operat
ing all tbe while to the detriment of
all business. He opposed tbe lease
system, but did not acknowledge tbat
it waB a Republican bantling.
Gen. Bright introduced Bob, and
Bob began and kept on, and from be
ginning to end he made one of his
most able and telling speeches. He
was just in his happiest mood, and
folly sustained his well earned reputa
tion .for ability end interest, and tbe
audience was kept well in band.
During the spjftking one of the best
Democrats of Tennessae, Uncle Jack
Taylor, of Lynchburg, rose up and
eaked permission to give one big
halloo, and the vast crowd joined bim
and they made the welkin ring.
The usual rejoinders, flowers and
speeches, with a flower fiddle for Bob
and a Bible presented under peculiar
circumstances, caused his soul to show
in bis eyes.
Col. J. D. Tilman decided this
morning not to run for Congress, bnt
they are urging him to run. J. B.
Lamb taid today that under certain
contingencies he would run for Stato
Senator.
JACKSON, MISS.
Second Annual Convention of the
W. C. T. e.
ISflOIAL TO TBI APFBAL.l
Jackson, Miss , September 24. The
second annual convention of the Wom
en's Christian Temperance Union, of
Miss'ssippi, assembled today in Repre
sentative hall and was called to order
by Mrs. F, H. Erwin, of Columbus,
President of the Union. The roll call
showed about one hundred delagates,
representing half that many Unions,
present. The following State officers
were present: Mrs. F. H. Erwin, pres
ident; Mrs. Fannie Clark and Mrs.
Annie Harper, vice presidents; Mrs.
Mollis McGee Snell, corresponding
secretary; Mre. W. H. Patton, super
tendent temperance literature; Mrs.
J. B. Gambretl, superintendent prets
Department, and Mrs. Kelle, superin
tendent sclentilio instructions. The
day was largely consumed in
organizing and receiving re
ports of the various Unions,
i'be. reports were very encouraging,
Bhowing the order to be rapidlygrow
ing and in fine condition for effective
work. The fine singing was one of the
attractive features of the convention,
which was immensely enjoyed by all
present. Members from the diflerent
church choirs assisted in the singing.
A large nnmber of delegates will ar
rive tonight. Tne address of welcome,
response and other speeches will be
made tonighr. Mrs. Chapin, of South
Carolina, is expeced to arrive tomor
row. The con veti tioa will not adjourn
till Sunday night.
MASHTILLE. TENS.
A Fight Over the Candidates in the
Legislative Convention.
ISMCUl TO THI APFISti. I
Nashville, Tinn., September 24.
The Legislative Convention, com
posed of the counties of Davidson and
Cheatham, assembled at 10 o'clock
this morning for the purpose of nomi
nating a notorial Senator. The whisky
and anti-whisky elements were about
equally divided and each side stuck to
their man. As a result neither could
get the necessary two third majority,
and after four hours' balloting the joint
convention adjourned to allow the
County Convention to select tbe State
Senator and the members for the
lower House. Here the light was
kept up, and at midnight only two
nominations bad been made. Thomas
J. Slowey for Senator from Davidson,
and Ell X. Moms, as representative;
the former a prounced whisky man.
The convention will reassemble at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning, and tbe
fight will be renewed with increased
vigor on both sides.
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Brutal Outrage by a BTegro-Hur.
derer Capiared Other We we.
larlOIALTO THI AFPI1L.I
Rinumnnitf. At. A f!anlamliiii Qi
Meager accounts reached this city of a
brutal outrage by a negro on a white
oman near tiongview, isneioy county,
Biterday. The negro was arrested,
riding to capture him again. It is Bald
9 almost kuiuu urn victim,
Sim Lse, a negro accused of killing
is wife near Wheeling, has been
caught at Rising Fawn, Ga., and
Sheriff Truss has gone there tonight
Mr. K. Lorenz, Meyor of the town
' Ionia, la., is here and brings news
' a Kiev I J") Tl i linn.a np.nai.tnii t
plant extensive iron pipe works here
in iu EpnuK. ne came aown to see
about getting materials made here for
water works foi his town.
Dri-ICIALS Of the TJnitsrl Klntifti TVqiuu
nrv. nf tha Raltimnra rinatnm TJnnan
J I - VUUVVU. A.VUOV
and Postoffice, indorse Salvation Oil.
THE CAS1DIU CRASH
PREDICTION OF HT1IQUAKE ON
THE 20TH INSTANT
Occasions Something Like a Panic In
Charleston, and the People Make
Preparations for the Event.
Charles-tow, 8. C . S'p'ember 24.
The Wiggins prediction tni done
more to unnerve tbe peaple of
Charleston than all the seiemio dis
turbances that bave occurred since
Spptembr 1st. It is useless to say
that there cm be no foundation for
the prediction. Even men who know
the utter absurdity of it, bat m ho have
been through tho earthquake, were
unnecved at reading it. The women
and children are utterly prostrated.
The Nem and Courier yesterday
tried to show the Wiguius prophecy
to be without foundation, but there is
no use to aitempt to argue with ran,
women and children who have b;en
living on the blink o? a crater for
nearly a month. Until September
29 ;h is past there will be no rest in
this aHl'.ctsd city. Many men sent
their families to Savannah, New Oi
lcans, Macqn and other cities embraced
in the Wiggins prediction, in the hope
of being able to attend to their busi
ness. Their state of mind cannot be
described. The situation, barring the
Wiggins prediction and its results, is
rather cheerful today.
There were two slight shocks at
Snmraerville last night and one In
the city th;s morning, although the
ore in the c ty was felt by but few
person?. The one bright spot in the
darkness is the continued good weath
er, which cheera every one. Tbe
equinox bavlcg parsed, there is every
reason to warrant the hope that there
will be no September cyclone, and
this encourages the people.
inquiries akswhred.
Letters having been received from
all parts of the country, asking
whethor the period of great distress in
Charleston has not been passed, the
statement is authorized that the R;liof
Committee, through the generouiy of
tbeir fellow countrymen, feel them
selves in position to furnish subsis
tence and temporary shelter to all who
need it. But, at tbe t same time, the
committee estimate 'that the relief
funds at command or in prospect fall
short of the money eeded to put in
habitable condition the homes
of persons who. are unable
to repair their buildings without
publio aid. Government engineers
have inspected 600 buildings out of
7000 in tne city and estimate tbe dam
age to those inspected at $2,000,(00.
Their inspection, however, covers
most of the costliest struc.ure. The
committee in assisting needy house
holders to make residences habitable
will deal first with those whose losses
are small, the object baing to make as
many roofs as possible tight, founda
tions secure and chimneys safe b fore
cold weather comas. Homes of widows
and orphans and other helpless per
sona will have a paramount claim. No
lots of any person owning more
than one house will be considered at
this time. The intention also is to
disallow all claims, tor pla&terieg, as
not being Inulepenkile to reasonable
safety and comlort. The Subsistence
Committee have tnpplied nearly all
persons reqnlring provisions and the
number of ratloua issued today was
the smallest since the commissary was
established. The fores of clerks and
workingmen force is being gradually
reduced.
Today was very quiet. No shocks
were fdlt here, and only a slight
tremor at Summerville. Business is
active and merchants are hopeful.
Honey for CharleNton.
Portland, Obb , September 24,
The committee appointed by Mayor
Gates to solicit aid for Cliarloaton will
telegraph $2500 tomorrow.
WlKRlns Ntanda to Bit Prediction.
Allanti Constitution: Br.i g anxious
to get both sides of this inoiueutouB
question, the Constitution dispatched
on yesterday to lVpf. Wiggins, at his
home in Ottows, Onta'io, asking if he
still elocd by his predictions es pub-liBhr-d
in tbe New York Herald, and if
he had anything to add .for the warn
ing or consolation of the region which
sits above the path ot his projuoled
subterranean disturbance The Pro
feasor replied:
Ottawa, Oht. , September 22, 18M.
To the Kditora of the Constitution:
The earthquake wave that visited
Charleston and your region August
30th has moved eastward, and from
it there can be to you no future dan
ger. The shocks there yesterday
were caused by the tun moving across
the celestial equator. There is posi
tively no danger t om earthquake in
your laltitude east of the Rocky moun
tains, except on Wednesday next,
and even thsn the force will pass
westward on a parallel south of you.
The greatest danger is to Central
Amenta, South America and Cali
fornia. The forces that create tbe
earthquake will cause a great storm
with high tides bo'b in tha north and
south Atlantic on Wednesday next,
which, however, will not be felt in
forty decrees of the eauator. This
storm was foretold in the New York
Tribune May 10, 188(i.
K. ST0NB WIGGINS.
This is to rive notice that all citi
zens troubled with cooghs or colds
should procure a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup and take It at one.
Home From England.
150STOW, Mass, Sep'emb;r 24.
James Km sell Lowell was a passenger
on the steamer Pavonia, which a;
rived here today from Liverpool.
DIED.
DOYLE At 7:15 o'clock p.m., Frldur,
intern her 24. 1886. William J. D0VI.I1 ti
21 f esra
Funeral from fail late reaideooe, No. IS
Main street, at i o'clock thii (SATURDAY)
afternoon. Servloei at St. Mary's Cburob.
Friends reipeotfullv invited to attend.
HKISTER At .;, lne of narenU. No.
116 Adameatreet, Fridr, September 24, 18.
at 10 o'olock p.m., Euwakii J., infant ion of
llenrv J. and Clara lleiiter, aced 6 month!
and V dare.
Funeral thii (SATURDAY) afternoon at 3
o'clock. Frienda invited to attend.
KHOT.T, At Hn Plant. Ark.. Friday.
September 24, ldei), at Vi o'clock in., in the
21at year of hit ate, Jacob Kbuli,.
Fnneral will take nlace from Hoist JJro. l
tomorrow (SUNDAY) morning at :30
o'olock. Service) at New Chapel. Frlendi
are invited to attend.
liniIRK- Frfflw mnrnlni. Sentember 24.
IRKIi. at raiiilenne nn Wickl aTenue. Jaipib
N. Hons, axed 35 yenri, ion of Mary E. and
the Kte Capt. J. 11. iine.
Funeral from reaideose thi) (SATURDAY)
rooming; at 10 o'clock, friend) of tha fam
ily are invited.
Apollinaris
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATEE3."
$Purt water is even nwre imVf
taut than Jure milk."
New York Herald.
" The purity of APOLLINARIS
offers the best security against the
dangers which are common to moi "
ef the ordinary drinking waters."
. London Medical Record.
ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS
Of all 6 wm, DrucgitU " Min. Wmt.Dtaltrt
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Copartnership Notice.
THE underalrned h've lormed a copart
nership, datinaj Irora the it'll inatant,
under the arm name and ityle of DKAN A
LILLY, for the purpoie ot conducting a
W bolcsale loffee, Tea and hpioe baatneaa at
tyf Main street, Lee Ulock, Memphis, Tenn.
The buiine'S will be conduoleil at ltfl Poplar
street until the machinery and fixtures at
the new stand are oompieted. .
WILLIAM PRAN,
JOHN LILLY.
Mimphih, September 20, 1W6.
Willuh E--4JS. John Liu.y.
DEAN & LILLY
Coffee Roasters,
AND DEALERS IN
TEA, COFFEE
AND SPICES,
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
MEMPHIS, TENtf.
Notice to Levee Contractors
Memphis. Tinn. . September 24, 1886.
THB undersigned, mexber) of the llnard
of Levee Cominisoionera for the Yaioo,
Mississippi, Delta, havini met here today in
pursoanoe f a provious order of the Hoard
t award oontraets for levee work, desire to
sat that so lar as they are intorraed the finan
cial arrangements are not yet in such shnpa
that they can lawfully let contracts. Tha
Hoard meeti in regular session at Olarksdale
on Uotoberft'h. at which time it Is eipeoted
ail matters will be definitely arranged and
work lei, WM. It. BTOVALL,
" G. W. MoUlNNlS,
O J. V. CUUK,
T1103. 11. COLLINS,
B. H. RICK8,
J. . TOVYNSKND.
Election Notice.
TUB stockholders of the Home Insurance
and Trust Company are hereby notified
tbat tbe annual election for thirteen direc
tors will be held at the office of the Company,
No 28H Front streot. on WKDNKSDAY. OC
TOBER 6, im, between the knurs of 11 a.m.
and 2 p.m. K. L. MoUOW AN, l'lesident.
lli'K F. pRioi. Secretary.
MAMTYVS rOMMftlM'IAt. Ul
A.EUK.813 Alb St., Washington, D. O.,
open) October ttth. Provid-s a nraotically
useful business education. Terms i Lile schol
arship, 110. Tuition, boarding, stationery,
etc., twelve week)' oourae, )R. For circular
(tree) addreaa Martrn's Coinmrcial College.
OIS HOUSE
INSURANCE
And Contry Nler Inanranco (liven
special AttenUosa, by
GILBERT BAINE,
UEHERAIi INSURANCE A HE NT,
Room 1. Cotton Exchange Building.
Capital Kepreeenle-J, 110,000,000.
sxerlnvlte) Correspondence and Interview.
DIf. It. L. LA8KI,
Fbjrftidaii, Surgeon mnd Acconcher,
RESIDBNCB AND OFFICB,
313 Main Street, Near Union.
Telephone No. 88.
EARTHQUAKES
FOR information about these fearful visi
tations and other physical phenomena
of the globe see Maury's Phthkui. (ln
bai'hy. a work of exceeding intere't for
schools or general reaHore. Kliecimcn copies
$120. UMVKHHIIY l'UBI.ltilUNU V.
19 Murray Street, New York City.
GIN HOUSE
INSURANCE
ALL persons desirous of securing Hnf
ami KrKnblo Inaiirnuti. at I. lut
eal Knlre. on UIN 110USKS, can be ac
oommodoted by applying to tha
Planters' Fire and" Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY,
Al 41 ftfnIUon Nr., Momphle, 1nis
W. A. WIIEJlTIjEY
Real Estate A sent,
AND IT. 8. COMMISSIONER,
Hl Main, wear MsxIlaon.MemphU.
No. 238 Main Street.
MEMPHIS, .... TENIV.
OPEN THE ENTIRE TEAR.
TUB course of study I) extended, thorough
and practical, affording superior facili
ties for obtaining a sound bnslness education.
For Catalogue call at tbe schoolroom or
address T. A. LKDD1N, Frineipal.
J. F. IIOLST & BRO.
(SUCCWHOM TO O. H. H0L8T BRO.
fetiSH
Funeral Directors,
HATB REMOVED TO
Ho. 3301 SECOND ST., JHEMrUIS.
A FULL and complete Mock of Wood and
Metallic Oases and Gasket), Cloth-Covered
Casket) and Bur'r.l Holm) always on
hand, aer Order) .by (olograph promptly
filed.
ALL person) are hereby warned not
purchase Certlfloeto No. ft) tor ten sharer
Masonic Temple Stock, issued to R. W. Shel
ton, April 11, 1H74, as It has been Inst or mis
aid. and I have applied (or a duplicate.
B. 11. SilBLlUN, Administrator.
If MLIFEIIICE 0.
GILBERT RAINE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AG'T.
ROOM X,
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEMPHIS TENNt
I'iPIS Sail
K53 N o a, ft I niffiliTfci" J if CO -
A NAl'K ItKPUNIT TKI hT OMI'AN Y AND KAVII8 RANK.
NO. 43 MADISON &TKEET, M Ell 111 IM, TEAtf.
R. D. Fbaybir, Pres. W. N. Wikkrhok, V. P. R. J. Buck, Cashier.
HO A Hit UP lllHKt TOHN. ,
W. D. Bethetl.T. II. Allen, W. F. Taylor, R. Dudley Frayser. R. B Snowden, J R.
Godwin, S. P. Read, W. A. Williamson, Jonn Overton, Jr , b. I. McDowell, W. N. Wil
kerson, R. J. Black.
Deposits received from CO oonts upward, and interest allowed on same tetnl-nnnually.
Will buy and sell local securities, not as Trustee, Receiver, etc., for corporations cr indi
viduals. Have a commodious vault for the deposit ot valuables for die benefit of KEllll
LAK CUSTOMKKH, Tree ot charge. Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. Nmlnga pipe viiillv
Hollrlled. Aulliorlned lo Metnerwl llnukliix llualneaM.
Mural
Cut
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J.B.eODWI5,Pres't. J. M. (sOODIMK, Vlco-Pres't. C H. RUNE, Cuhle
0
Bourd or Qlrootorsj.
T. 9. TTJULIT. 3. U. ttOODBAE. J. K, 90DWnr,
life MSiu, 1-StfSJ-
W. rf. WlLK BRBON, R. T. OOOPBR, li, V. COFFIN,
JOHN ARM IBT BAD. 0. B. BRYAN. I. W. NBW801I;
UrA kaapaaltory mt Use) Dial mt TaasaaaiasMia. TraaaaxU a maiawtl aatily
Uaalattaa aatd BlvM Upemlal Attcatloa lo CallMllMua,-vn
JAMES
( A.O -
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window ShadeH, Picture Rail Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
NO. 285 NEt'ONl STUEirr. .... MEMPHIS, TEMlw-
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noi. 328 and 328 Main St., Memphls,:Tenn.
tm-ovn htock or rM. add winter eonnn in i.argrr and (
CuMPiiETB THAN ITCH BUI KB, and our prioea will oompare with those of any kwsl
la the United Slates. We are Agents for
Teineuee Manufacturing Co.'i PIqIiJh, Drills Hbeetlnf, Shlrtlnf, Etft
ARilrliSTEAD & LUNDEE
C0TT0X FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS',
No. 8.1 i Front NtroH, (lor.
ALABA
MI SPLilT 0
TWaTalV T11?"r'rsT,T,r RT Til K HARREL OK I'AK-B OK lj
Wll X4 M9MUM. barrel lot) dollvercd in tha oily at very lea
rate) to those who desire to try it. Special Mat, to all ttolnia ou Kallrontla
ladlnK o Mfisnplila,
P. M. PATTFHSOW ft. OO
iTlnMULLlNH. ot late i. R. ttodwin A Oo. JAU. X ON OK, lata ol J. W. Calawell we
MULLIWS & YOKOE,
Cotton Factors &Commission lerchanU
No. 1 Howard'1 Row, ('Or. Front and Union, Memphis.
FISHER FilARBLE
Corner Adams
w
E DKSIRH TO CALL YOUR ATTKNTION TO OUR LARQR STOCK OF FIR WH mti
AMHLK, We are prepared to furnish new worklroin latest designs on short noti
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every respect and to give entire satisfaction.
We sollnit your patrona and request tbat you call, examine our stook, prices, etc
before pnri-hasine elsewhere. .
J
CSJoHttoio. IPaSLOtosro
And Commission Merchants,
JToe 84 and 36 IXadlson street, Meiap!aM
vveiy7-.-yK iMutwmuif mr.'.tf ?.' K E.VJM.-1 ' ".r " '
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of
BEGKTAM
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Fnloii. ItIaiiipIiIh. Toiiii.
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and Second Sts.
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WOIKS
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