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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1SSG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 225
Thi anti whisky movement is
growing one, and ehiewd politicians at
the East and Dewspaper men as well
are undecided as to what fjrm it will
take in the Presidential canvass, but
it will not be prohibition. H'gh li
cense, it is thought, might win.
Thb ret ulta of Tory government in
Ireland are to bs found in the moon
Bh'nerj encounter with the pol'c end
the eviclions that continue 6very day,
Dariii(f the G adstone government no
such troubles were heard of, tut
every wheie there was peace and glad
nesa and the people were hopeful be
cause of the epouEal of their cause by
Mr. Gladstone and the promise of
Thk biutal Marquis of Salisbury
said, in speech delivered before he
lat took cilice as Premier, that the
Inah must emigrate that their places
might be filled by E iglishmen. But
they refused, and still refase, to eml
grate, hence the bayonet power that
now is supreme in several district i a
Ireland. Every life lost under these
circams'ancea is chargeable to Sal is
bury as a murderer just as the massa
cres of Belfast are chargeable to Lord
A lkttbb descriptive of Liege by
correspondent whose previous letters
to the Appial have won him many
friends, will be found in another part
of this issue. It is in the writer's best
vein, and is full of desciiptivebiis that
are as charming as so many fine ef
fects on canvas. The sweet pathos with
which his description of his visit to the
hospital for poor chi'dren is invested
will not fail cf attenticn, and with
many may perhaps compel the synv
pathetic tear. What he says of the
dogs is pervaded by a keen senee cf
humor and is fu 1 of human feeling,
Altogether it ia an excelling lettsr, full
of merit, and will, we feel sure, be
read with' p'easure as it may with
Mb. Justin McCarthy, member of
Parliament, novelist, historian and
ess iyist, was received in New York yes
terday with a genuinely hearty, Irish
welcame. No man amorg all the Home
Rule leaders in Great Britain is more
worthy of such honors than Mr,
McCarthy, who is one of
the most unselfish of patriots
and one of the mot discreet
among the gaidea of the Irish people.
He enjoys the respect of the English
people, the confidence of Irishmen
everywhere, and is held in esteem by
members of aDparties ia .both hoaf.es
of the English Parliament: Mr. Mc
Carthy ia to deliver a coures of lec
tures in the leading cities of this
country, and we feel safe in predict
ing for him a treat success.
The city public schools will be
opened tomorrow for another year,
Teachers for the work have been se
lected and assigned, and pupils will, it
is anticipated, bs present in numbers
beyond the capacity of the present
number of school buildings. Year by
year, stimulated by th success of
several private schools of high repute,
the superintendent, backed by the
Board of Education, has made earnest
efforts within too limited means to
bring them to a condition of
efficiency where contrast with tboss
institutions would cease. If he has
failed and he has in part it is
because of want of money,
and for want cf proper build'
ings. The children of the city were
robbed of $65,000 by the city govern'
ment and are therefore without needed
Ecbool accommodation of the first
class. With this fund restored to
them and it must be the point of
Mr. Collier's ambition would easily
be gained and Memphis- would at
once go to the front among the cllies
ol the Union that are best provided
witn school facilities. The school,
house and the church are the founda
tions of the marvelous growth of the
West and the unquestioned as
cendancy of New England in shap
ing the destiny of the repub
lie. Memphis cannot be expected
to succeed in an mat ner ambition
prompts until she becomes as famous
ior her public schools as she is for the
pluck ana enterprise ot ner mer
John A. Logan, who is illiterate
nd therefore the prey of hia brutal
tendencies, his prejudices and the
passions of hia lower nature, yester
day made a speech in Pittsburg that
ia the complete measure of the man
It is utterly unworthy of one occupy
iiyj a place in the United States
Senate, where there are at least
a lew men of braina and ability.
It ia a speech , wanting in the
considerations thai ought tj be a
Senator's chief claim to his placs, and
of course ia utterly wanting in the
elevation of character that a man oc
cupying so august a position should
evidence in all that he says and does.
There ia a great deal of aham, ot pre
tense acd of assumption in the
Senate, which year by year
grows less and less Democratic.
Senators seem to be overcome by a
elf conscious sense of their position
and lose themselves in the pettyness
of their pretences and the "courte
si(s" of tne Senate. John shares in
this tomfoolery, and besides, is urged
.by hia ignorance to follies that are a
grace to the politics of the country,
lie has never forgotten, and can never
forj;t, that he was ones a pro
elavery Democrat. Hence h's
abuee of the Democratic party
and his feverish eagerness to
abuse tlie Smtb and the Confederacy
be betrayed. John looks what he
is a mouthiug blatherskite, whoss
political generalship ia his only claim
to consideration by any of bis countrymen,
A MEMHM AT LIEGE
DESCRIBE THE' AXCIENT CITY
BY THE XEUSE,
Ita Clinrches and Halls, ltd Streets,
Squares and Gardens, Ita Peo
ple and Their Bud Manners.
A TIS1T TO A HOSPITAL FOB
The Scene That Followed Upon the
Distribution of Toys to the
Waifs -Distressful Dogs.
ISPICUL COBRKSPOKDINCI OP TBI APPI1L.1
Paris, Frakck, September 10. The
route we taoK uom the quaint oia
Flemish city Antwerp to Liegs, as
that sooty city is called oy tne
French although the German name
for it, Luttich, (Flemish Link)is qiite
aa eoft and musical was by way
of liru'fiels, bet seen which place
and ma there, is si little ayjo-
uathv. that 1 now Daes it by with
as few remarks as possible. To begin
with, it is too modern looking. It is
the lAvo.ite city ot the King ana is, oi
course, all that that implies. It bas
been, and is yet, nurtured on the best
that the .Belgian treasury can anora.
Great cride is taken in its appearance.
It is clean. It is beautiful. Newly
come, thoroughly parmeated by the
agad air ot dear, musty old Antwerp,
one of an artistic love for qua'nt old
tumb'e-down houses with window and
door frames all awry, will look about,
dazed by the sweet cleanliness, and
newnefs and brilliancy that pervades
the building?, trees, parks and atmos
phere. One fo endowed will breathe
freer and feel better once away on the
road running through enticing msad
ows and fields of rich green vegeta
tion, interspersed with short stretches
of woodland and hamlets, villages,
towns and cities more rr less pros
perous and picturesque, that dot the
This ia a city the result of an
cient and modern th-iit, but with
all picturesquely interesting. It
runs along both bitki of the river,
gracefully following for some distance
the sinuous form of tho valley of the
Meuse. Here this river floas through
a partially artificial channel and
forma two islands. These islands are
joined to either bank by several sub
stantial and graceful bridgea. The
flow ot the Meuse is never sluggish,
but at times it a'rolls, or runs eiowly
or rapidly, and it has no dignity at all.
As it swirls round the stones that form
a miniature reef at the heads of the
islands, the stream looks spiteful, but
along the straight away stretches this
fitk'e river slips quietly, without so
much as locking up at the sky or
clouds on its own inviting
green banks. In such straight
lengths of shore, it saems
to hang ita head, but it roars to its
heart's content over the dam and
sparkles and bubbles and tumbles
a'ong pushing with all its might
against the piers of the bridges as it
moves swiftly on. Accompanying this
river a canaicrees through the city,
its sluggish, steady flow brought into
striking contrast with the irresponsi
ble current of
At long and short intervals the canal
loses itself in the swifter and broader
stream, then reappear, not a bit Hur
ried, but pursuing its own limited
course with the same grace, slow but
eurs procreeR, tor ail time cnaracter
istio of the Hollander. A jaunt, even
of an hour from here, up or down the
river, is full of lovely surprises where
most enticing gray bits of landscape
away on shore bid one s op and loiter,
O a the canal such iaunts are some.
times taken by stransera in tho land,
although the pace is most trying to any
but a dreamer, a poot or an aitisi.
A chain ol well cultivated hills trail
along upon either side of the river,
not alone rendering no a plenum! sup
ply of vegetables, milk and butter, but
steadily disgorgmg tons and tons nt
coal and iron ore, which furnish fuel
and industry to the great many iron
works surroundios thecitr. sprinkled
over these poetic, dreamy gray slopes,
neit'e lovely old chateaux, with
old fashioned gardens surronnd
ing the foundations, full to
over running of roses, a myriad
kind. Every walk a lever's lane
and each rustic bench secluded
One leaves such old eardens with re
gret and ever yearns to return again to
their shaded wooda and lanes. When
you reach the topmost lift of the hills
A SDnUMK PANORAMA
spreads away for miles and miles,
under the shimmering sunlight,
which plays on each tree and bush.
on each bank and meadow. Not
a sound to disturb the sweet peace
around except, perhaps, if yon listen
intently, you may hear the lit
tle noises in the erass at your feet,
The leaves overhead may rustle
quietly in the listless summer breeze,
but this is all. Before we went down
to the city again we took a look at it
from where wa stood. Looking from
a delightful irregularity in plan. As
1 nave aireaoy eam. it runs along upon
both banks of the river, following the
serpentine valley of the Meuse. It is
economically laid our, inasmuch as it
secures to itself the most valuable
ground between the ranges o! hills, and
up ana uown tne river ior several
miles ; also, within comparatively few
years, many acres have been rescued
from the Meuse, thns hemming
in the majesty of this stream
to suit the affairs ot men.
Ther-e ??es thns secured have
been neiily entirely covered by rows
of extremely ornate residences, whose
massive fronts would pressnt rather a
formidable obstacle to the success of an
ATTACKING! TROOP OF SOLDIERS.
As a rale, thess houses have no
grace whatever. Tbey are mam
mothly large, and roomy, of course,
and their fronts are gewgawed unto
the sat degree: but beyond the
portal there is comfort - and rich
ness enough to thoroughly satisfy
the most luxurious nature. The
Belgian, or more properly speak
ing, the Liegeris, enjoys hia home,
and even if ho hasn't family
enough to fill hia house, he will build
it simply for the pleasure it gives him
to hnve a place he can turn
around in, and it isn't every
house that could affard bim that
pleasurB,tfor he ia large and roomy
himself. Most of the' buildings ia
the old nart of the citv are old and
insignificant, and the streets in which
they stand era narrow and filthy.
Every Saturday an abortive attempt
ia made in all parts of the city to
clean cU some of the grime and filth
that has gathered during the week,
and woe to the unlucky pedestrian
who looks within himself instead
of withou fjr the ladies of
the scrubbing brush and cloth
are no rwipec:o:8 cf persons, bat
slosh away, lecklesc-ly throwing
dirty wa'er int)the air, alight where
it may. It is only the agile or wary
who escape a wet ing. Liege claims
130.0UO inhabitants, and la the capital
THB WALLOON DI8TBICT OF BELGIUM.
The chief industry of the city ia'the
manufacture cf firearms, aid about 40,
000 persons are engaged in tbia work.
The arrxa are niaJtin the homes of the
workmen, and at their ii-.k. The gov
ernment being very strict in regard to
the. proof of each piece, the slightest
flaw found, it Is rtjected. The large
manufactories of England and
America are formidable rivals
of Liege in all markets,
for, by meats of their large factories,
they produce by cbeipsr libit the
seme grades of firearms, thus bidding
fair to undersell her even in her own
paiticu'ar maits. Liege bas oilier
industries io which the bowels of the
hills around her are utilized. Her
zinc foundries and engine factories
and other branches of industry bring
in great additional wealth to the
unctuous masters. (Success in accumu
lating money is in some degree ac
countable ior tiie ruddy, lot and com
fortable appearance of these masters.
We started from the rai'road station
Des Guiilemins due north, and strolled
along Rue des Guiilemins until we
reached Square d'Avroy, the first point
of vantage in getting a good view of
the town tne better poittou
mean. The square spreads cut
upon made ground recovered
from an arm of the graceiul
Meuse, which once reached in and
usurped this pretty spot. Dotted
over the aquaie are a number of
fljures, life size, done in bronzs and
plaster. Most ol them are copies of
famous antiques. They add very ma
terially to the beauty of tne place. A
built after the Arabesque style o!
architecture, (stands near the north
end of the square. On summer nights
a band of music gets upon a platform
directly in front of the building apd
plays to tne beer drinkers and oilers,
Its playing ia generally bad, sometimes
very bad, Dir. it makes noise without
sunt ; but tnis is no criticism as to tne
muBical taste of the Liegsois, for tbey
are lovers and patrons ot good muue.
They support one of the best conserv
ators oi mntio in Europe, and keep
two opera bouses open through the
Beaton, one ot grand opera and the
other opera bouffe. The most attract
ive quantity in their conservatory of
music ia tne reasonaoie rate oi cDa-ges
for tuiiion. From the "Trink Halle"
we strolled slowly northward through
the square, whoie plots cf grass are
ever green, even under the most rigor
ous winds that sometimes sweep cbe
vallev. We pursued our way, psaed
an equestrian statue of Charlemagne
made and presented to the city by tne
sculptor Jehotte, on along "Avenue
d'Avroy" and "Boulevard dela San
veniere." both of which have tows of
shade trees down the center on either
side of a, long promenade which,
in spring ahd summer time, ia
thronged by the inhabitants, rich and
ooor. seekiog fresh air and society.
"Boulevard de la Sauveniere" leada us
in a great curve to
THB PA1CI DK THEATIR.
The theater was built after the de-
s'gn of the Odeon at Paris. There
is a t rjnze statue of Grete, the com
poser, done by W. Geefe, standing
lacing tne ".Place "and immediately in
f ont of tbe theater. At the base of
the statue lies buried the heart
of the master. I lingered long
around tbe spot, Held there,
I suppose, more bv the morbid
thought of this, than by any particu
lar merit of the work. The savage in
us is not extinct vet. To reach tbe
"Pa'ais de Jos ice we passed through
a street (I have forgotten the name
ot) for a short distance, then "Placi
Verte" and "Place Sr. Lambert" to
the old pile. The "Palais de Jus'io"
is well worth several visit-!, only, of
course, if you are interested in old
stones; if yon are not, do not go at
all, except probably to look upon its
heaity old sge, which is a satisfaction,
even without looking closer. It stands
today very little changed since its
birih, by time or man, and yet its
joints need no crutches. They are
not in the least rheumatic. I be
lieve it was born in 1500 and
something. I s paternity is laid
to the credit, of "Cardinal Eborhard
de la Mark," who was a kinsman to
the famous gentleman called the " Wild
Boar of the Ardennes, "whoss career.so
turbulent, is charmingly described by
Sir Waiter Scott in
There are two courts tithe building.
An aicide extends entirely round the
first, and bnt down two sides of. tbe
second of these courts. The groined
roof of the first ia supported on the
court side by from fifteen to twenty
pillars, wboas capitals are of most
grotesque masks, fantastic foliage and
figures. In tbe center of the court a
fountain, simple in design, springs ita
ainglo graceful stream in the
air. In summer it ia a quiet,
drowsy place to loaf. The second
court ia littered with old tombstonea
several centuries old. They are lean
ing against the walla of the building,
lying on their facea in the grass, or
standing on edge, with back to back,
bracing each other up. There is also
a number of cannon balls made of
stone piled in with the tombstones,
and such an arrangement sets one
thinking that cannon balls and tomb
stones are not incongruous as compan
ions. There is a fountain in this court,
too, but I do not think it is ever
sported. The raiin is nearly filled by
a rant growth cf long moss. On an
other day we wei.t lo
MUNICIPAL ART MUSEUM, fr
which was most unintereBtirg. It
contains few pictures of greet merit
and noun original in conception. We
remained there just long enough
to get thoroughly tlrad opt and
irritated in temper for having
gone through it. It is with genuine
feelings of relief, turning from the
Art Museum, that I can now tell vou
something of the chnrchea of Liege.
St. Dsnis was founded in the year
987, but the present edifice dates al
most entirely from the latter part of
the fifteenth century. There is an
altar, with figures carved in wood,
standing in its left transept. There
was the usual number of beggars at
tbe entrance as we went in, and when
we came out they had received recruits
and annoyed us exceedingly. I put
mem o rout Dy apeaklng Jingilsti to
them. St. Denis contains notning of
interest, but its weather beaten and
discolored atones speak volumes to
llonllnaed oa Necond fngcj
JDSTM M'CARTHY, II. P.,
MEETS WITH A' HEARTY IiELEP-
At the Hands of (he Irish People of
Sew York, no Honor Him
Nw York, Sept-niber 2". Justin
McCarthy, who arrived here Ursafter
roon on the White Star steamer
Britannic, was met down tbe bay by a
committee of receptiou on a revenue
cntrer. Tbe commiitee cordially greet
ed Mr. McCarthy, who was pleased to
meet them. The committee consist
ed of Col. Cavanagh, Wm. Lane O'Neil
and Wm. B. Clarke.
Mr. McCarthy is a middle-sized
man, with a florid complexion and a
amdy gray ba'd. He eaid that he
came over in tbe comply cf Mr. and
Mrs. Campbell Praed, and bad a de
lightful journey. He talked freely,
and said in legard to 'r. Glad- tine's
home rule measure that ho w.s quite
prepared for it, and was surprised tbat
thera was cot a greater majority
ngaiceiit. The people were naw anx
ious to see what Chamberlain would
do. He did not think that Ua tington
had carried as many with bim as it
was thought he would do, and he be
hoved it would be found that
the secesiionists would fall away fiom
the ranks of Salisbury when they
found that they had received no ap
pointments. If evict:on was pressed
in Ireland be thought there might be
individual disturbances here and
there, but there wonld bs no organ
ized political troubles, becauss the
Irish people nnderst od the position
ot affairs perfect y. As ti the sup
pression of the National Ltsgue, that
could never take p'ace, became it was
an English es well as an Irish institu
tion, and it would require an act of
Parliament to bring this to pass.wh'ch
would bs very difficult to accomplish,
bs they numbered eighty-six Home
Ruler?, and would be sure to have a
great many Rtdicals with them.
There had been something said abjut
an organized attempt on bebalf of tbe
Irish people to avoid paying their
rent; he did not bslieve that anything
of the kind wonld o:cur. Of course
ia seme cases it was impossible for
the people to pay their rent, as they
were without means. In speaking of
the appointment of a commission to
inqnire as to the tenure and purchase
of land in Ireland, mentioned in the
Queen's speech today, he said tbat
was one ot the many ways the Tories
had of evicting a question and tbat it
only meant delay to enable them to
formulate some definite plan for deal
ing with tba Irish question. He
apt ke of the recent defeat in Deny,
and said the ease would come up for
healing before Justice O'Brien, who
was an enemy to the cause of borne
rule, he having been defeated by a
friend of l'arnell'd in his contest at
Ennis. Asloh'a return to Eirope,
Mr. McCarthy laid hs intended to be
back for the Spatting of Parliament on
the 6th of February. He bad not come
here on any political mirsion of any
kind, but to give political lectures for
his own pnrposrUJlie bad corneas a
literary man, rathe than a politician,
and intended to lecture on tbe "En
glish House of Parliament," tbe "Irish
National Cause," "English Politics,"
and one or two other subjec's, and I
endeavor to give the American penple
a fair view ofthincB on the other side.
Tbe Irish people, he added, felt per
fect' y satisfied with the defeat of
Gladstone's measure, and seemed dis
posed to call it a victory rather than a
defeat, for when they commenced tbe
fight eight years ago, they bad but
eight or nine Home Rulers, while,
when they walked with Gladstone
to the House of Commons last Marcb,
tbey bad 311. He balieved that
if the present government carried out
Lord Carnarvon's plan, they would be
in power a long time. Lord Randolph
Churchill would, he believed, be edu
cated to home rule. II was a very
clever young man and a deep thinker,
althiu h bat a school boy in many of
Mr. McCarthy epeke of the admira
tion which Gladstone and I'arnell bad
for each other, and said that Parncll
believed implicitly in Gladstme'a
power to give the Irish people what
they sought f r if be lived.
Air. McCarthy was taken to the
Hoffman House, where he will remain
during his et,y in this city.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Heavy Ltbtl Hiiiln Ag-nlnat the (la
elte PiibliKhina; Company.
lariOUb TO THB AFrBAL.I
Little Rock. Ark., September 25.
Another libel suit lias been instituted
against tbe Gazette Company, of this
city, because of the publication of a
local item of news slating that Paul
Catharina had made affidavit before a
justice of the peace that one J. B Mc
Laughlin was of unbound mind and
should bs adjudged insane. There
has been something of a fued between
these parties, and the latter sometime
ago brought suit against tbe former in
a civil euit for damages to the amount
Geo. li. Brown, president of the Ga
zette Printing Company, was served
with notice todav to appear before
Justice Zeiser on Monday to answer
the charge, placing damages at $10,000.
Tbia ia the second suit for libel
brought against the Gazttte, tbe other
being the case of Jones Pate. Itepnb-
1 can candidate for County Treasurer
of thia county, who demands damages
to tne amount of .'-,wj ior an incor
raot renort of a speech delivered by
said Junta duriog the late campaign.
Democratic MoinlaalloBa for the
laraoui. to tub ArrsALl
Knoxvillb. Tens.. September 25.
The Democratic Convention for nomi
nating candidates for tbe Legislature
was ha d ham tidav. U. W. Maury
was nominated for Senator, E. 0. Grant
for floater and D. D. Nicholas and G.
W. Callahan for Representatives,
George Gammon waa elected chair
man of tbe Coanty Democratic Com
mittee. Everything harmonioua.
Mb. John T. Dowkll. 102 S. Charlea
street, Baltimore, Md., writes: "For
lumbago and neuralgic auecuons i
consider Salvation Oil an excellent
OfT for I.eavenwortn, Kan.
Washington. September 25. Lieut
enant Generai Sheridan left Washing
ton tonight fur Leavenworth, Kas.,
to witness the annual contest for.
places on tbe army litis team.
Always kppD it on hand. If vou
have a cough or a cold use Dr. Bull's
n I Ti ' 1 I
uougt) pyrup. it win cure you.
KUSSEH In thia city, on the morning of
BepUmber 23, IW, t 3:30 o'clock. Loot E .
belovod witt ot John A. Rutitll. (Winona
IXiii.I paper, p'cane topy.l
li. of L.
ALT. memtim v.f KING T0P1IITT AS
SEMULY, MSV) K. of L.. are rtiatd
to meet thia day at 1UKIR 11 ALL, Second
atreet, at 1 o'clo.ik p m., to trnnaaot bust-
uera oi importance, uy order ol
(i. II. MAHCUS, M. W.
C. V. S. Perry, R. 8.
A. o. r. w.
BLUFF CITY l.ODOR No. 22, A. 0. U.W.,
will meet TUESDAY night, ISth tout
All the offioera and Weinberg ol the oity
lodges are earnestly requested to attend, ea
onilly thoveof 111 n ff City Lodge, aa Brother
J. I. J. leans, n. m. w., win visit the lodge
at mat lime, ay oruer
, T- 8- F0RD. M. W,
J. H. THOMPaort. Keoordor.
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at S o'clock, for the consideration of import
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requested. All those who are not members,
but who are in any way connected with the
building interest, are invited to attend.
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And Conniry Mtoro Innnraneo Cllven
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UEHERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
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a)sr!nTlteg Correspendenoa and. Interview.
THE underitgned hr formed a copart
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under the firm name and style of DEAN M
LILLY, for tho parpoea of conducting a
Wholonale toffee, Tea and rplce boiinna at
2116 Main street. Lea Block, MeenphU. Tann.
The bntlne-e will he eodud 1U! Ponlir
street until the meeuiaery and n.tturea at
the new aland are oompltd. .
Mimphih, September 20, 186.
DEAN & LILLY
AND DEALERS IN
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
MEM I'll IP, TEW IV.
Dli. It. L. LA8KI,
Physician, Surgeon and Acconckcr,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE.
313 Main NJ reel, Near Union.
Telephone No. W.
ALL poraona desirous of securing Hate
mill HpllBbln luminance, at Lew-
wt Kir, on U1N llOUbKM, can be ac
oommodoted by applying to the
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 41 (faxllaau Nt., lHmphla, Tmn
No. 238 Main Street.
MEMPHIS, .... TEXN.
OPf.If THE ENTIRE TEAK.
THE course of study la extended, thorough
and praotioal, affording euperlor facili
ties for obtaining a aound buainess education.
For Catalogue call at the achoolroom or
address T. A. LKDllIN, Principal.
Notice to the Public.
MR. J. H. TRIMBLE Is not in our em
ploy and has no authority to oolleot
money. II. 8. HOLLENUBKU.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STBEET.
GRAND HOTKL, ALt'M NPKINUN,
Hookbrldg Co., Va. High op In ths
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surroand
Ings, extensive and beautilully ahaded lawn,
tiaa, electric belle, and all modern Improve
ments. Two daily maila, poat, telegraph and
expreaa offloea on the premiaes. Table the
very beat. Luxuriously furniahed rooms i
aurerb band of music Bend for illustrated
riamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for vis
tors, June 15th. Wuterii: Alum. Vhnlyheali
and trettlan. R. T. W ILK1 iMON.Mn'T.
K BOO It l,TN, Pi. Y.-Iioard on the II 111,
Mrs. 11. 0, Howard, M Washington
Park. Kooma large I location delightful.
Convenient to eara to Manhattan Leach,
Coney Island, Long Beach and Central Park I
alio to ew York plaoea of anuaemtut.
I ft E IS E IT I
EXTENDED TO ALL.
NEW YOM LIFE INSDEMCE CO.
GENERAL INSURANCE AG'T.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDINO,
1 I I . S
A HAt'C EPISI T THUMT COHPAMY AND SAViaUS RASH.
NO. 4Z MADIKOX ftTKEET, MEMPHIS, TEX If.
R. P. Fiuyrir, Prei. W. N. Wilikido, V. P. R. J. Blioi, Cashier,
DOARIf OF DIRECTORS.
W. D. Bethell, T. H. Allen, W. F. Taylor, R. Dudley Frayaer. R. B Bnowdea, J R.
Godwin, S. P. Head, W. A. Williamson, Jonn Overton, Jr , b. I. McDowell, VT. N. Wil
korsun, R. J. Black.
Deposits received from M cent npward, and Intorest allowed on same semi-annually.
Will buy and sell local socuritlea, not aa Trustee, Kecelver, etc., for corporations or indi
viduals. Ilivo a commodious vault for the deposit of valuables for the benefit of 1IEUU
LAK CUSTOMERS, free n charge. Safe Deposit Boxes for rent. Nmlug NptcUllr
rHill-ll-l. AuiltnrlKi-it II. it Jenrl Hnnhluar lluln..
J.B.tlODWIN.Prea't. J.IJTOUUAK, Vlce-Pres't. C. H. EAINE, Cuhle
S-'J ' - 0
T. B.TURLBT, J. M
W. 8. BRUCB. M. G
W. M. NKLHON.
fY TJ UTUJ
M. BMITII, CUARLKH
. d, ok
mm-A Bellorr of
UaialBiBM ! arlTM mxjUI
'iVtffe'V'K, llTTTPTi'' It BT THE BAKRFX OR l'AR-S OR 1
VII Wa JtliA llliU"" barr,, ,oti d,iivered In the city at very le
rates to those who desire to try it. Special Jtatea Iv all ftolute oaa Mallroaala
leading etn( Memphis.
P. M. PATTFnROIV Ar. CO
IBBQOD A 8MB
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GEIMiEIJEirS F0IU1IS1ICIG GOODS,
Nob. 323 and 328 Main St. Mompliis,!Teiiii.
aw-OVR njTOTK OF FA IX ART WINTER OOOOS 19 LARGER AIM af -
PJlpV,E?.!t AH A M It B e R , and oar rriou will ooaepar witk Uom at any he J
la UeUaiUdBtaus. Rear Aienta for '
TU6HM MaaaractarlBi Co.'i Plaid, Drill Sheeting, Shlrtli;, Et
UEMMOW tag OrJLXiB. j
aj4 Commission Merchants,
Ifoiia 34 and SO Hadlson Street, MejajpialjJ
A. F.Davis, Painter
HAS REMOVED TO
No. 353 Second, south of Union.
jr. R. eoDwni,
3, W. FALLS,
H. b. com.
A. W. NJCWUUM.
f ha tOtat or Tcssbbmhio. Traar.aa.eta Wenfiravl Baaw
Atleatloat to Jllcaiaa.'
TUB stockholders of til Home Insurance)
and Iruat Company are hereby notified
that the annunl el.ciion fr thirteen diree
tors will be held at the office of the Company,
No 2KH From street, on W 'KUNKSI)A , OC
TOBER d, 1IW, between the houra of 11 a.ae.
and2p.ru. E. L. MoUOWAN, president.
Bus 1", Pkici, Secretary.