MEMPHIS, TENN., (TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1886.
VOL. XL VI NO. 227
Pbof. Fisk, a witty Chicago theolc
gian, in boaatin it to the Boston brethi en
of the go aheadativeoess of his town,
told the itory of an Iiiah physician,
who, making a speech in the country
when slightly under the itflaencacf
evil epirits, said: "We have been
lying all along abont the growth of
Chicago, but Chicago has got ahead of
A dispatch from Hunter's Point,
Long Island, rays that ranch excite
ment prevails in political circles in
Queens county becanse of the an
nouncement that Ex-Congreeeman
James W. Covert bad consented to
enter the contest fcr the nomination
for Congress against Perry Belmont,
who it was believed would have a
walk over. Mr. Covert has written a
letter consenting to the use of his
name in the convention.
Thk Democratic candidates for the
legislature now know who their Re
publican opponents are. The conven
tion of that party assembled at the
Exposition Building yesterday nom
inated a ticket, only two of the nom
inees on which are known to the
public these are W. J. Smith and
T. A. Hamilton. The mt are new
ani untried nun. It ia an easy ticket
to beat, but the Democrats should not
on that account rest on their oar?.
They should work continuously and
persistently until the day of election,
and try for as large a majority ts was
ever cast in Shelby county.
Thb Gubernatorial candidates are
working this way very rapidly, and
while making a very decorous and
dignified canvass, that hts only been
broken into ccce by anything like
temper, are everywhere leaving an im
pression of necessity for the contin
uance of Demccra'io government in
Tennessee. "Bob" beats "Alf" every
day they speak. He is always in
good humor, and knows how to pre
serve tbat mot winning of all human
characteristics and turn it to good ac
count, besides which be is very
prompt in defense of his party princi
ples at all points. "Bob" is a buster,
a man of the people, and is sure of
election, and he ia cer ain of a warm
reception from the Demociats cf Mem
phis next Tuesday.
It will be a gain- for the Democratic
. party if the Cleveland administration
shall succeed in making a new navy,
and one worthy the dignity and
strength of the republic. Hitherto
- the army has been the pet of Con
. areas and the navy has been
neglected. As the time approaches
when the land service may safely be
reduced to ten thousand men, the
navy ought to become the peculiar
care of the natiooal legislature and
should within the next ten years be
'brought to the perfection that
is boasted by England, Italy
and France. We should lead upon
' the seas everywhere, and make our
selves respected as first among the
maritim powers of the world. Reduce
the useless army, disband ita regi
msnts, pens'on the surplus officers,
and increase the navy till in first class
ships and men it is equal to thoee of
' the moet favored nations of Europe,
Notwithstanding the statements
of Mr. Proctor, the renowned astrono
mer, and other ecienlists tbat Wip gins
is a char! a' an and a humbug, wholly
and altogether without foundation for
bis prediction, the people in the
country lying between the thiitieth
parallel and the Atlantic coast are very
shaky and are likely to grow more bo
uatil after the 29ib. There teems to
"be a generel apprehension of sweep
fog and dire disaster which receives
some warrant in the almoet contin
uous shocks of earthquake at Charles-
ton and vicinity, one of which
yesterday afternoon occasioned
momentary panic. Wiggins seems to
have the ear of the people, who, with
their known , tendency toward the
marvelous, prefer the excitement re
sulting from his prognostication to a
sense of security, such as Mr. Proc
tor's assurances, elsewhere published,
cannot fail to bring to the more
thoughtful. Wiggins, in the popular
mind, has not yet been downed.
Thi colored people of Memphis yes
terday celebiated their emancipation
from slavery by a military parade and
competitive drill, which attracted sev
eral train loads of excursionists from
the surrounding States. In holiday
attire our fellow citizens of African de
scent took possession of the
piincipal highways, the Square end
the grounds of the Federal building
fronting the river, and in the after
noon they poured for an hour or more
by street cars out to the Citizens' Bate-
ball Park, where the dull took place,
At night other forms of amusement
were provided, and the people
who, when Cleveland was elect
cd, were made - to believe
they would again be made slaves, en
joyed themselves to the top of their
bent and es their hearts dictated
There were none to gainsay them or
to make them afraid. The day was
fair end bright, though rather warm in
the sun, but this heat was tempered
by a cooling breeze that as night drew
on increased to a storm, accompanied
by a drenching rain. This, though
it may have dampened the ardor of
the jubilee singers, did not prevent
the great mass from rejoicing with ex
ceeding great joy tbat they are free
and free citizens of the great republic.
WHIT THE CABLE SAYS
OF AFFAIRS IS GREAT BRITAIN
AND ON THE COJiTIJiEJiT.
The Attitnde of England and Austria
Said to Eadanger the Peace
of Europe Kotes.
K, . 9Q The Belfast
Riot Commission will commence to Bit
on October 4:h.
E ght Moonlighters have been ar
roataA fnntn'i near Killarnev. for
carrying off a tnieshing machine from
a farmer s premises.
More Blutlng at Belfast.
"D ... . . C t n m V n 07 flnnn a ftar
midnight yesterday morning a crowd
assemDiea ana stonea me puiice in
the Shank Hill district. The police
were reinforced and soon dispersed
IDB moo. IDtllU upou iuo puiius
. r, etihd.nii.htlit .anasdlt atlft tKlA nn
lice fired upon the rioterj. A young
.1 T . J Vfjtsv . n. wmnm n si r
UJtlll unmcu UaWlM UAWi o na puvv
tKunnnrt tKa limn anri waft MTlm
veyed to the hospital in a dyiog con-
ail on. iweive corsiaumi worn reu-
ouslv wounded with stone?. Many
arresti were made.
aim. Parnell In England.
London. Berjtember 27. Mrs. Par-
nell arrived here on Saturday. She
was met on board the steamer by Mr.
King, and on landing was driven to
the Northwestern Hotel. Mr. King is
the Liverpool agent of the Irish
League. In an interview today she said
she felt fully recovered from the fa
tigue of her journey from the United
States, so much so, ia fact that she
had arranged to attend the meeting in
favor of Father Sbeehy. The lady
added: "I will go to Dublin tomorrow.
I im not c?r'ain tbat I shall ever re
turn to the United States. In view of
my advanced years, and the ttate of
my health, I prefer remaining in Ire
land. I feel assured of the succeis of
my son's movement if the people of
Ireland are nrudent and Datient. If
they commit outrages they will only
play into their enemies' hands."
Tbe Peace or Europe Endangered.
flnicaT a NTiMnpi.n. .fiant.AmriBr 27.
Tuikey's ageDti abroad report that the
peace 01 Europe is enaangereu vj me
present temper of the English and
Austrian Cabice's against Russia.
The Turkish War D. partment con
templates equipping ana drilling 60,
030 Kurdish horsemen in the same
manner tbat the Ruerian Corsacks are
equipped and drilled.
Eight Killed by the Lochfoyneside
Glasgow, September 27. Another
death cccurred as a result of the
Lochfoyneside quarry explosion yes
terday, making a total ot eight vic
tims. It ia estimated that sixty per
sons were temporarily overcome by
coke damp. Many had convulsions.
THE 113d BOJiD CALL
Iuned Yesterday by Acting Sesre.
Washington, September 27. The
Acliog Secretary of the Treasury this
afternoon issued tbe 143d call fur the
redemption of bonds. The call is lor
S15.000.000 of tbe three per cent, loan
of 1882, and notice is given that the
principal and accrue! m'erest of toe
bordsbereinbelow designated will be
paid at the Treasury ot the United
CtBLVB, 1U luu VlJ Ml liaruiuji wu.
on tbe 1st day of November, 1886, and
that the interest on said bonds will
cear-e on that dav. name v :
Three per cent, bonds iflsued under
the ect of Oengrees, approved July
12,1832, and numbered as follows:
$50, original numbir 50 to original
number 55, both inclusive ; 400, ori
ginal number 611 to original number
776, both inclusiVej J500, original
number 286 to original number 340,
both inclusive; $1000, original num
2435 to orieinal number 2834, both
inclusive; $10,000, original number
7309 to original number 8810, both in
clueive. Total, $15,000,000.
Tbe bonds desciibed above are
either bonds of the ''original" issue,
which have but one serial number at
each end, or "'substitute" bonds, which
may be distinguished by tbe double
set ot numbers, wlrch are marked
Dlaiolv "original numbers" and "sub
stitute numbers.'' All of tbe bonds of
ibis loan will be. called by the original
Tbe three months it terest due No
vember 1, 1886. on the above describ
ed bonds will not be paid by checks
forwarded to the holders of the bonds,
but will bs paid with the principal, to
the noiaerj at tbe time oi presenta
tion. Parties holding bonds called by this
circular can obtain immedia e pay
ment with interest to date of presen
tation by requesting tbe same ia the
letter forwarding the bonds for re
Tbe Brighton Beach Track.
Brighton Bbach, N. Y., September
ii. rira since. une nine. &muer
won by half a length ; Glendon sec
ond, Ventilation third. ' Time 1:461
Second Race. Three-fourths of
mile. Roeierre won by a length and a
ba f; Pool box second, Eager third.
Third Root. Seven-eights of a mile,
Commander won by a head ; Boggar's
Bush second, Petersburg third. Time
Fourth Race. Selling race, seven
furlongs. (Jraltie won oy a bead;
Lizzie Walton second. Ferg Kyle
third. Time 1:30. Certificates paid
Fifth Race. Mile and an eighth.
Won by Florence oi, Dy two lengtbs;
Franz second, lop bawyer tuird,
Time 1 :57i.
Sixth Race. Ilurdle race; mile and
a ouarter. Poet won by two lengths :
Harry Mann second, Joe Shelby third.
Baseball Uamea Yesterday.
At New York -New York, 9; Kan-
At Washington Washington, 6;
At Pittsburg Pittsburg, 2; Ath-
At Philadelphia-Philadelphia, 2;
At Boston Detroit, 6 ; Boston, 1.
Knoukp has been engaged by the
Aew York league club, farewell,
The Chicagcs were afraid that the
militia would be called out it ttiey de
feated the Datroits Thursday. Life
being far sweeter than glory, they took
Signor Micbael Kelli'e advice and
"iet them stiff legged owld jays win a
game fair tbe love o' God."
Phelan. Fusselbach and Graham.
lata of tbe Memphis Browos, will
join the Mobilen in New Orleans, with
Capital and Radamack, the Philadel
LITTLE ROCf, ARK.
The Water Works Shut Down and
BniliMi of the City Sreatly
liriOIAL TO TBI ArriAL.I
LiTTLi Rock. Abe , September 27.
The Home Water Company and all
dependent institutions of this city
have been unable to move a wheel
since Friday last in consequence of
the muddy condition of the Arktnsaa
river, from which stream the water
company has been supplying the city.
The river has been on the rise for
some time pact, but the company kept
on supplying tbe water as long as it
would run tbrough the pi pes, and mill
ing and other interests of the city used
it until the boilers of tbeir engines be
came so coatad with mnd that tbe
greatest apprehension was felt lest an
explosion should occur. The Gazette
Printing Company, which lights its
three story building with electricity,
tbe dynamo being run with a forty
borse power eogine, was also forced ta
shut down, and instead of electric
I ctit over each of tbe composing room
eases have returned to primitive can
dle power, and each compositor
now sets type witb bis casa lined
and lighted with and by candle light.
The illumination bears striking re
semblance to au Irish wake. The
water company is constructing a
mammoth reservoir west of the city,
but tbiH will not ha ready for use
until the fitst of the year. Before
shutting down tbe pipes in tbe city
were filled with water, together wita
large tanks at the worke, and this,
with what cisterns there are in the
city, will furnish water for any fire
tbat may occur, it is. expected tbat
the company will resume operations
Arkansas' I'oltoa Crop.
Ibhoial to tbi ArriAL.I
Littlk Rock, Ark., September 27.
Noiwitt 8t indina the general estimate
that the present cotton season will
yield 750.UO0 bales to the State, the
crop ia most decidedly backward in
coming in. The same may be said of
other cotton shipping points. Con
siderable of the staple reaching tais
market classes good middling and
middling fair, but our farming classes
are apprehensive for tbe crop yet un-
gathered. The temperature bas lallt-n.
and a general rain has prevailed
throughout tbis section yesterday nna
today, and from the looks, of tbe
clouds tonight it may be eeveral days
before we have fair weather. Tbis
city handled 75,000 cf last season's
crop, and is now prepared to give at
tention to tally ttiis amount.
The W.C.T. V. Adjeurne', but the
emberi Remaining Hold
ISPIOrAL TO TBI AFMAL.I ,
Jackson. Miss . September 27. Mrs.
Chapio, vice president of tbe Women's
Christian Temperance Union, arrived
Saturday night and made a ahort ad
dress to a large audience, which was
most appropriate and well receivea.
Yesterday (Sunday) at 11 o'clock the
Rev. W. O. Black. D. D., of Meridian;
by invitation of the union, delivered a
nowerful sermon atthe Baptist Church
from tbe text, "Help those women,
etc.." found in tbe loartb. chap
ter of Ephesians and third
verse. The bouse was filled to
overflowing and tbe sermon was one
of the ablest ever delivered in Jackson.
The Prohibitionists were specially
pleased with it. At 3:30 o clock Mrs.
Cbaoin delivered a magnificent ad
dress in tbe Hall of Representatives
to an immense audience, and another
at 7:30 o'clock. Both were well re,
ceived. The convention proper ad,
ionrned Saturday night, but Mrs.
Chapin will remain over Monday
nigbt and will give runner, instruction
in regard to the work to thote who
remain. A large Evangelistic Com
mittee, with Mies Mellie McGhee
Snell aa chairman, held services yes
terday at the penitentiary. The con
vention nas made a eooa impression
here and doubtless have sown setd
that will epring up and bear much
iruit in tne mtnre.
A good rain fell here yetteiday and
a light one today.
The Heeling Yesterday.
ISFIOrAL TO THI APPI1L.I
Jackson. Miss.. September 27. The
members of the Women's Christian
Temperance Union who remained in
town today have nroflted bv the advice
and instructions from Mrs. Chapin, of
South Carolina, on the moat effective
mannor of pursuing the work. She
tborougbly understands tne subject,
and the members feel 4bat they have
been greatly benefited by ber vieir,
Most of the members left today, but
a good many remained, and aseem
bled in Representative's Hall at 10
o clock. Mr.'. i.rwin, tbe president,
opened tbe exercises witb one ot nam
Jones s songs, atter wmcn Mrs. una
pin read a chanter from the Bible
which was followed by a prayer by
Mrs. Montgomery, ol Jackson county,
Mrs. Ubapin tben selected a verse
from the Bible for her theme, and de
Hvered a very fine, instructive and
impressive lecture on woman's work.
Railroad Accident Murdered Ilia
Wile Cleneral News.
ISriCUL TO TBI APriAL.I
Abebdhen, Mibb., September 27.
Kobert Lagrone, wbo was killed by
the cars in Ukalona Saturday evening
was buried in this city yesterday even
Dr. J. W. Eckford, who has spent
tbe last live months traveling in t,a
rope, has returned home.
Cotton is now cominginquitefreely,
Mr. O. C. Heinen and family have
returned from Chicago and the lake
Gus Strong, oolo ed, who lives near
fctrong e, on the Illinois Central rail
road, shot his wife and killed her in
etantly. He was prompted by a fit of
jealousy to commit tbe crime. He
made bis escape and is still at large,
Our Cotton Exchange has had its
annual election of officers, witb Capt.
V. P. Timberlake as president and
Mr. Max Blumenthal as secretary and
Tbe City Council is negotiating for
the Aberdeen Female College build
ing for the use of the free schools,with
rroi. w.u. Willis as principal.
In no ins'ance has Salvation' Oil
failed in giving immediate relief from
rheumatism or neuralgia.
LATOCE FOR ROBERf.
AUOBSEBACK PROCESSION tiOES
Receive llim-1 he Crowd Large, En-
IhoBlaMlc and Attentive Result
in the Eighth District
UricrAt. to tbi ArriAL.I
Lawrkncbburg. Ts.nk.. September
27. lhe crowd was large, enthusi
astic, ant) remaikahly attentive and
rtspeoifu). Alf was brought yester
day by bis friends from Pulaski to tho
Meittsr uotel here and R. H. Harvey.
chairman of the Democratic Execu
tive Committee, went t) Pulaski and
brought l3ob to tbe Hon. George 11.
Means'a borne, where he renuined
last nigbt and this morning, receiving
calls t'om uis triendr.
At 10 o clock todar a laree proces
sion on horseback went out one milo,
equippea witn nags and Dowers, and
escorted Bob to town.
Alf was introduced by N. B. Sims.
chairman of the Republican Execu
tive Committee. He launched out at
once and made a fine speech from his
standpoint, which waseigorly listened
to by men and women ol all parties,
numbericg between 20C3 ami 3001.
Bob was introduced bv Dr. It. II.
Harvey, chairman of the Democratic
Execntive Committee, and he made a
powerful speech, arraigning facts and
impressing bis views upon all present
in a most masterly style, showing that
he is gaining in force and effectiveness
with each speech he makes. He left
do point untouched, and he carried
the audience by storm. Their atten
tion and hearty cheers showed tbey
were satisued and lully convinced
that Bob should and would be elected
Governor by an overwhelming major
ity In November.
To sum up all In a few words, De
mocracy has met Republicanism here
today and victory perches on her
banner, and "Oar Bib" is the cry ot
tbe united Democratic vole of old
The Remit In the Eighth District
larioiAL to tbi trriAi.l
Jackson. Tbnh.. September 27 Tbe
result of last Saturday's primaries in
this coun'y and Congressional district
nre as follows! Enloe for Congress,
Long for tbe State Senate, Pearson for
floater. Haynes is ahead ia this
county, but Hurt was instructed for
in the Chester fraction for Represent
ative, and Hurt's friends claim tbat it
gives bim the nomination. The re
turns are only partially complete for
Attempt to Wreck a Train The
East Tennessee, Virginia and
ISPIOIAL TO TBI irPlAO l
Birmingham, Ala., September 27.
Another ugly attempt at train wreck
ing was made on tbe Queen and Cres
cent railroad last night just befoie tbe
north boutd passonuer train was due.
The depot agent, while at supper, wai
informed by negro woman tnat she
saw a man put a rail on the
track. The agent, ture enougb,
fnnnrl thf rail on the wav to the
depot and removed it, and when the I
train fnma warned thn engineer to
look out for other obstructions. Lers
than a mile from town the train ran
across ties and tails on tbe track in
two places. Tbe first time the en
gineer saw tbe obstruction in time to
stop. The second time the engineer
ran over a tie and it caught in the
pony truck and tore up a
considerable strttch of . track.
Tr-e engine wai not crippled.
Tbe road along there pitches sharp
ly going south, and it is supposed the
miscreants wbo put obstructions on
the' track meant to plunder the south
bound tbrough going It eight train,
which was due a little ahetd of tbe
passenger, but tbis time, luckily, late.
The East Tennesee Railway Coai
rany bad an ergineer bore from New
xorx several anys, osieneioiy in vec le
gating the chances for a proper termi
nal arrangement for the line from Tal
ladega.' Outside opinion, hoaeve',
is that the Mobile and West Alabama
road, after passing here, w 11 ba car
tied on so a) to strike the present
main line coneiderab'y above Talla
dega. The Coroner had n tragedy to deal
with this morning, but tbe police can't
fiud tbe man on whom his jury fixed
the guilt, nor another wbo ia badly
wanted for witness if nothing more.
Ds. Bull's Cough Syrup is pro
nounced by thousands superior to all
other aitioles for the cure of coughs,
colds and all pulmonary complaints.
Death of an Uncle of the President.
Baltimobb, Md., September 27.
Joseph Neal, a maternal uncle of
President Cleveland, died in this city
tonight, aged 81 years. His death was
caused by exhaustion of tbe vital
forces. Mr. Neal has been a resident
of Baltimore all bis life, and was for
many years in the second band book
business. He was in comfortable
Lcndbobo's perfume, Edenls
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg's perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Nile
BIHLEY Monday morning, Beptsmher
27. 188U, at rsiidencs, No. ai6 Union treet.
Edna Maris, gd 1 rsar 11 monthi nd 3
dy, dauichtor oi Andrew J. and IJriul K.
Biflsy. luinoinnati 10.) and Pittaburg (Pa.)
pa para pleaas oopyd
Fuaeral will Uka place thil (TUESDAY)
afternoon at 3 o'clock from roiidonce
Krlind of tho funlly are 'nrited to attend,
DEM & LILLY
AND DKALfiKS lli
205 Uain St. (Lee Block)
MEM PHI. TUN.
THEltookholderi of the Home Iniurance
and Tr-Jt Company are hereby notified
ii -I-..1...1 t..m tki.lu. fl!pa(
mai ins annuiii uiwuini. .... .i.otu
tnri will be held at theomneof the Company,
No W Front itrest. on W KDN EHDA Y, OC-
IDil z p.m. & u fi'iuv tt & resiuvub.
Bum if. PwcKi fcoroUry. .
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
HAS UKCKn'KO THE
AND I tVPI'UKD I Ut
H. . E. THS TEINOS 07 WALES.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
" Tht dtfective sncfragt system of
many of our cities and the no-drainage
cf cur larger and rural
districts are poisoning thevery sources
of potable toater in many instances."
A. Van der Veer, A.M., M.D.,
l'retidfnt pf Ih MtJi. al Sfli icty t
tht Matt fi Atw
February 3, ifiSA,
" The purity of A POL UN A R IS
cff'i s the best security against the
dangers "which are common to most of
the ordinary drinking waters."
London Mcdic&l Record.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"Filthy streets may be bad, and
defective drainage and sr.oerage
worse, but for the promotion of dis
eases of the diarrueal tfe there is
no ai;ent like the polluted water
A. Van der Veer, A.M., M.D.,
Vrtiuirnt i tht MniUal Socitty 9
tht Utiitt AVw 1 Vr.
Fthrnary 3, 1S86.
" The dangerous qualities of con
taminated drinking water are not
obviated by the addition of wines
Medical Officer of Privy Council,
" Use nothing but Natural Min
eral Wafers, such as A POL
UNA JUS, free from all vegetable
"THE QUEEN 01 TABLE WATERS,"
"Pure water is even more impor
tant than pure milk."
New York Herald.
" Water polluted with savage is
poison." ;, New York Times.
. July to, i8i,
"APOLLINARIS has steadily
increased in popular and professional
esteem as a pure and agreeable Ta'
British Medical Journal.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"If the inhabitants of great cities
could see the filth that is concealed in
the water which they use, and trace
every drop and particle to its source,
disgust and nausea would be sufficient
protection. New York Times.
"Pure water is onlv to be obtained
from NATURAL SOUA'CKS."
"APOLLINA ft IS WA TP. ft is-
sues from a spring deeply embedded
in a rock, and ts therefore of A ItSO-
L UTE OftGANIC PURITY."
Reput V!A0r, I'nix-eriity p litrlin.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"No amount of pure ocean air in
the lungs can neutralize the bad eff rets
cf polluted water in the stomach."
New York Herald.
" The only water safe for the trav
eller to drink is a NA TUftAL
Sir Henry Thompson, F.R.C.S.,
"APOLLINA ft IS NA TUftAL
MINERAL WATER has ac
quired a leading place in public
esteem throughout the world."
British Medical Journal.
" THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"APOLLINARIS reigns alone
among Natural Dietetic Table Wa
ters. Its numerous competitors ap
pear to have, one after another, died
aJ 'ay." British Medical Journal.
"Its purity offers the best security
against the dangers which are com
mon to most of the ordinary drink
London Medical Record.
" THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
UAH 11ETU1VEU TlIU
AND IS m iTUKI) I'NIIER
H. B. II. TEE PEINOE OF WALES.
ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS.
Grocery Druggists if M in, Wat, Dealers,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Autumn and Winter
A Cordial Invitation Ex-
tended to All.
Security Bank of Memphis
Seems to ba dolns a food bnilneaa at Se, it
HaaUoa airrrt. It doei a mnoral Rank
Int , Bate Deponit.Truiit and Musing Ban si
buaineai. Its oOicori and Hoard of Director!,
whoas namei appear in another ooluinn, are
eoond to. none in thn neoiliin In point of
hoiinn and ftnancM ntnndlntr.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
A MAI-K OKPOHIT TKVHT (ONPANT ANII HAV1AUM HASH,
NO. 43 MADINON STHEET,
R. D. JTeitsir, Prei, W. N. Wiliiiioh, V. P. R. J. BtAOg, Caahler.
1IOABD or niRKt'TORH.
W. D. Bethell. T. II. Allen, W. F. Taylor, R. Dudley Frayaer, R. B. Snowden, J. R.
Godwin, 8. V. Head, W. A. Wllliamion, Jonn Uvertcu, Jr , D. 1. BolJowell, w. . wu
korion, R. J. Black.
Depoalta received from 60 centg upward, and tntereat allowed on lame leml-annually.
Will buy and sail local aenuritlea, aot as Trustee, Receiver, etc., for corporation! or Indl-
viuuaia. nave a coinmouioua vaun mr me aepii.u ui tiui mr '
LAR CURTOM KHH, free ot charge. Hafe Depoait Uoiea for rent. Nat tuns Maeeially
Nollill-il. Alillnrl'rt a (J.neral HaahtBg Himln
J. K. GODWIN, Pres't. J. MOUliAH, Vlee-Pres't. C.U. RAINE, CuWc
Boitlitt of Diraotorsj.
a imsTWT J. M onnnRAR. J. R. OODWIH.
f. lt NRLHoir. T. B. BlMt. W. P. DUN AVAH
V 5 uuitiI ' riiART.RM KNIT. R. J. BLACK. r
J, M. BMITH. UAl,BB
70 110.' 0. B. BRYAN. t -,-N12B(f?Lat
sarA AVapMltory of ths Hlata at TansiaasM. Trasisats HeeMinU KaaaJa
llaslaMa aad cla paalal HuaUn to DallMlliias.-M
ALABAMA SPIT COAL
v-Dry and Clean from tn ar la
Office, 278 Second St.
Iry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 328 and 328 Main SU IlemphlTenn.
arorR sjtocsi or nu. awi winter goods is i.arofb and hor
COMPLKTK THAN IT ffl BSfCrtB. and oar priosi will oompars witn thess of any has,
la the Uailed titatei. Ws are Afentt for
Teuetaae Manufactarlsg Co.'i rialdn. Drills, Sheeting, Shlrtiar, E
tiBMMON cAJ QAIjM.
I ETs fsAR1
Ui 1U1 kVlUEs
And Commission Merchants, &
o.: ai and 30 Madison BtreetLMejihr
Ami t'onalry Store Isisnranrc OItcbi
NpaeiaJ ttauia, by
VFHEBiL INNUBANCa ASEHT,
Room t, Csttoa Eiohancs Building.
rapliM Hprsciiid, 110,000,000.
8lnvlUi Corrpndencs and Interview.
l)It. It. L. LASKI,
Physician. Surgeon and Aeconcher.
RKSIDBNCK AND 0FFICK.
313 Mln Street, Near Union.
TUnhon No. M.
G. B. BRYAN 6c CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. SO MADISON STREET.
ALL rereona d.nirnua of teearing Bsife)
anil Hrlmblff In.itrnBcr, at Law
ns! Halts, on U1N 11MJSKS, can bs so
ooinniodoted by applying to the
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 41 ilallaow Wt., Memphis, T.ss
U. H. KifnrNiti Orrici,!
mo. uto front teet.
Momthli, Tenn., September 25, 1X88.
SF.ALKD PROl'OSALS-Tn duplicate, will
l. looeivtd at this office until noon of
October 11, H4, and then and there publlnly
opened, for the delivery, on bargei, ol tbs ,
following approxiinat quantities of ma
terial!, Til. I
SOW eorda of Willow Brnh.
7iK) eordi of Willow or Cottonwood Polei.
2MM lineal feet of Urprem Filing.
For Ini runtioni for bidding, apeellcatloni
and conditions of delivery, auply to the
above adrirei. The right to reject any and
all bids ii reterved.
SMITH B. LEACU,
Captain Kngine.n, U. 8. A.
Notice to the Public.
MR. J.M.TRIMBLE ia not In our em
ploy and hat no anthoritv to collect
money. II. . HOLLKN1IKRU.
Itaanlllles 10 nun rrcnars.
lYard, M.&. C. Depot.
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