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E. MEME
APPEAL,
ESTABLISHED 1S40.
MEMPHIS, TENN., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1SS6.
VOL. XLVI NO. 223
nni
If the Kivghti of labor, as hts
been hioted, shall at (heir forthcom
ing convention at Richmond adopt a
aystem of arbitration, tbey will hive
taken a long stride' toward putting an
end forever ti B'rikea. Arbitration ia
the only rational and sensible method
of settling trade disputes. Merchant
everywhere have found it ao to be.
Frank Hubd, the noted free trade
Democrat of Ohio, was nominated for
Congress yeeterday t,y the Democrats
of the Tenth DUtrict of that Etite,
A man with the courage of his con
victions, he ought to receive the vote
of eviry Democrat, and ba sent back
by an overwhelming majority ti take
the teat in the House of Representa
tives he ahould nevf r have vacated,
Mr. Hard is just the kiad of Demo
crat, that ia needed in Congress.
. "What the colored people of this
country are; the white people have
made them. There is no po-sible
escape from this ftatement cf fact.
Oar excoBfive ignorance and poverty
and perverttd religious opinions and
moral ideas are the logical outgrowth
of the selfleh policy which the whites
of this country have pursued towards
us," Bays the New York Freeman
(negro organ). This is true. It is
therefore all the more the special
and particular duty cf the whits
people, North as well as South, to do
all tbey can to eJura e the Eejra, to
elevate and lift bim up, to make him
better in every way, that be may be
mere useful to himssii and to the
country.
Thb committee called to meet tbis
morning to make arrangements f Jr the
reception of the Democratic candidate
for Governor, who will arrive herd on
Tuesday next, the 6th of October,
ought to have the generous and hearty
support of every Democrat in Shelby
county. Mr. Taylor will here close his
canvass with h's brother, and he
should be made to fde', as much as
numbers and enthusiasm can make
him feel, that bis labors have been
snccefsful and that a crowning victory
awaits him. This is the commercial
metropolis of the State, the center of
the richest portion of the Mississippi
Valey, and on inch an important oc
casion our citizeis shou'd act with a
largeness of heart and a spirit woithy
of them. Let us give "Bob" a rousing
reception.
Senator Dan Yoobhib', of Indiana,
sajs he looks for Cleveland's renoml
nation by the Democrats in 1888, but
. that B'aine will not be bis opponent
He cays that Mr. Blaine's failure to
press his libel suit in Indiana has
destroyed his hold on the Republicans
there. "Mark this," said he, "the
Rspublican party, being oat of power,
have too much sagacity to nominate
him rgain. For the interest of the
Democratic party I hope they may.
We will then put tde finishing stroke
to the Republican party with such
effectiveness that you will never hear
of it in power again as long as the
Democratic party continues i's Dr?seot
wise and sagacious policy. The Re
publicans have a sood Hunting chance
in lass w;in a good nominee, Dut no
wud ciaine."
Thb convention of the Knights of
Labor which meets at Richmond, Va.
on the 4th of October will, we hope,
in the interest of the country at large,
- but especially of the workingmen, re
elect Mr. T. V. Powderly to the presi
dency of the organization which he
has dignified by his conservatism. Ha
is a man cf ability, a s'atesinan,
shrewd and careful guide, who. bv his
conduct dating ths trying times of the
last striae gave evidence of bis woitai-
ness to be the leader and guide of the
workingmen. Mr. Powderly has the
CJimaence ot toe bu iness men, as we
feel sure he bos of his fellow workmen
in all the B ates, and be ought to be
elected prendpnt.
Wa learn from the Lancaster Intelli
gencer, that disgaate by their failure
to secure a place on the ticket for
Stephen P. Oipson, the caudidats
of the -colored people for the Seventh
Legislative District, they held a mass
meeting in Philadelphia Friday night
and passed resolutions bitterly de
nouncing the Republican party; si
ting forth in language that shows by
its vigor that it is the flame of a just
wrath long controlled, that for
faithful services they have re
eived contempt. As the Intelligencer
says: "The failure of the Republican
party to retniorce a quarter of a cen
tury of talk about toe rights of the
-colered man to representation, by pro
viding bim witn an occasional sample
( the article, is at last beginning to
have its na-tnral effect."
Thb home rulers of Ireland have at
last determined npon a coarse that
should have been pursued by Irish
leaders many years go. They bave
determined to go ont among the En
glish people and tell them the story
of Ireland's wrongs and acquaint them
with the nature of Ireland's demands.
They are going to try and make con
verts of them to home rule, to per
suade them that in justice and fair
ness the Irish people should be per
mitted to govern themselves through
a Parliament of their own, sitting in
the old hou'e yet standing in College
lreen, Dublin. This is a ssnBible and
great work. It is a'most a herculean
task to attempt to undo what the Irish
toriea have done in England through
centuries, to remove the impression
of hate, the depth and strength of
which mar easily bs fathomed by the
speeches of Churchill and Salisbury.
But the constant drnpping of water
will wear away a stone, and so the
atory so pathetic may sof en the great
public teart of England and bring it
to demand that English repressnta
ties shall vote to grant Irishmen the
(ame rights and liberties as English
men enjoy. It is a noble task, an
almoEt heroic one, that these Irieh
leaders have undertaken, and the
Jirogress they mare in it will be eager
y watched by the civileeiT world,
which outnide of England ia a unit for
Ireland's freedom. .
A1APPALL1XG RAINSTORM
THE WIJiD RUSHKS AT THE BITE
CF 10O MILES AN HOUR.
Sevea Hundred Houses Blnwa Down
and Thousands of Persons Ren
dered Homeless.
St. Louis, Mo., September 28. Ad
vices from the south treat coatt cf
Texas, particularly in the region of
the mouth of the Rb Grande and
from interior point give accounts of
a great raio storm aid much destruc
tion of property during the past week,
From the 21st to the 23d a tremendous
rain storm and hurricane swept over
the vioinity of Brownsville, Tex., in
eluding Matamoras. Twenty-Bix inches
cf rain fell up to the niht cf the 23d,
and the wind is slid to have reached
a velocity of nearly 100 miles
per hoar. Over 200 houses ia
Brownsville were blown down and a
large number damaged, rendering
homeless some 800 families. Ia Mata
moras over 300 booses wera leveled
and many injured. The entire rear
part of the city, embracing over thirty
blocks, was flooded to the depth of
from three to eight feet, and the
people living there were ret cue J
only with the greatest difficulty.
All 1 telegraph lines were blown
down, and the Rio Grande acd
the Matamoras and Monterey
railroidi were washed out and traffic
has not yet been restored. All the
surrounding country was Inundited,
many houses blown down and crops
destroyed. There is great suffering in
both Ma'a-noras and Brownsville. In
the latter plac s fully 150 families aie
homelesi, and ia the f jrmer fifty fam
ilies are homeless and in want. Re
lief measures bave bsen adopted and
lare amounts ot food and money bave
been raised and is bsing distributed.
At Point Isabel the qua' ao tine
station was swept away and other dam
age done. A four masted steamer was
wrecked fifty miles sauth of the
mouth of the Rio Grande and is
said to be a to'al loss. Her same is
Unknown, but she is thought to have
been an Eoglish vets si. Her caDtain
and crew were saved.
At Colorado, Tex., the river has
risen twenty-five feet, and at last ac
counts was still rising. All tributary
creeks are overflowing, and large sec
tions of countiy are submerged. Very
heavy raina have fallen in other sec
tionp, and much apprehension is felt
for the safety of property.
Earthquake at Cnarleatoa.
Cuabliston. S. C. September 28
Slight earthquake shocks were fet
here at 2 and 4 o'clock this morning-.
by people who happened to be awake
at the time. At two minutes oast 1
o'clock this afternoon, however, there
was a suarp shock, accompanied bv
the usual rumbling noiee. The shocks
were violett enough to thake build-1
iegs, and caused many people to rash
out into the ttreets. The continue
ion of theee shocks on the eve of
Wiggin's alleged nrediction has
demoralizing effect upon the oeonl
here, and many will eleeo in tbe open
air tjnighu The shock this afternoon
lasted six or eight teconda, but it
eeems to have been felt only in
Charleston and vicinity.
ANOTHER ACCOUNT.
At 1 :02 o clock this of lernoon there
was a shirp shock of eartbauake. ac
compacted by a detonation and a very
percepnoie vioration. JNo injury was
aone io person or property. The direc
tion of the wave was not th tJ south
The duration was abouffdae second
and a half. ' "
harp Shook at at. Tfiomn.
Havana, 6eptsmber 28. A eha
3
snocK nr. eartnqnase was expstienci:
ia o . xaome s nn tne Z'ltn luctant,
Three blight Snocba. ,
Charleston, 8. O., Septsmber 28
mere were toree silgnt shocks a
bummerville today, but no damage
was aone. -
ABERDEEN, MISS.
Biography of One ef the Principals
in a Beported Duel.
lariOIAL TO TBI AFPIAI..I
Abkbdskn, Miss, September 28.
Dr. W. R. Dalton, reported by a spe
cial to the Sr. Louis iieptiblican ot Sun
day morning as having been one of
the princ pals in an affair of honor
just beyond the State line of Arktn
sas, near Prfscott, on Thursday, the
zaa instant, in wmcn nis-adversary,
gentleman fiom New York named
K'chardson, received a wound, was
enzen oi Aberdeen, Mies., up to tbe
age oi ii, wnen ne was appointed to a
cadetehip to the United States Naval
School at Annapolis. Md. At the be
ginning of tbe war he escaped from
tne federal autnontics oi Washington.
After resigning his commission he be
came a lieutenant in the Confederate
navy and spent one year in London
and Pari, under orders of the Confed
erate Government, for the purpote of
bringing ont war vessels for service in
the Lost Cause, lie is a nephew of
uen. J. a. Maimers, ot Worth m ssis-
sippi, and brother to Dr. H. C Dalton,
superintendent of the fc-t. Louis City
Hospital. In his schoolboy days be
bad a duel with a fellow student on
tbe banks of the Tombigbee river, at
Aberdeen, in which his adversary.
Tom Maston, received a wound in tbe
foot. II i has had numerous other en
counteis of a serious nature, but all
who know bim say that he never pro
voked a quarrel.
JACKSON, TE5N.
Death of Twe Old
ruteemed
Cltlaeaa.
I SPECIAL TO TBI ArriAl.1
Jaceeon. Tikst. September 28
James O. Ro-s, oldeet son tf Cap.
Emmet L. Ross, of the Canton (Miss.)
Picket, died in this citv last night of
typhoid pneumonia, agod nearly 21
years.
turner J.Faller.an old and wealthv
and highly tstuerLed c't'zen of the
Fourth D,slr.ct of this coan'y, died at
his residence last night after an ill
ness of several davs. nreneded bv a
paralytic stroke of five yea-s' duration.
The Remit r a hparrlna- Vatch-A
uk Beatener.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 28.
Charles Archibald and Robert Ham-
i! ton were today put o i trial in this
citv on a charge of mu'd -r. in causintr
the death of J. ha Ca neron on the
15th of May last, on a till hear Hart
well street and Indiana avenue. It
waste'tifi-d tbat ihedt-c'dtsed received
a fatal injury in tin head in a friendlv
sparring match with Archibald White
when tney were both u ,dr the in
fluence ot liquor, and that Hamilton
was merely a witness to the encount nr.
The commonwealth has contended
that Archibald was to be held respon
sible for the killing beauee it occurred
in the performance of an unlawful ao'.
After the evidence wos all in, Archi
bald, under the advice of counsel,
pleadtd guilty to manslaughter, and
the case against Hamilton was aban
doned. Ia view ot the peculiar cir
cumstances arming, Archibald was
sentenced to undergo an imprison
ment of four mon'hs and two weeks
from the 15 h cf May las' This dis
charged the prisoner.
HARTLEY CAMPBELL
DECLARED INSANB BftYOND POS
SIBLE HF.COV F.KI.
After All II U Great Sneeeaiea tbe
Stage He Diva a Pauper, Lea,
in- Kolblua for Ilia Wife.
Nbw York, September 28. Cjm
miseiocer Dr. Matthew Chalmers and
a Sheriff's jury heard the testimony in
regard to the mental condi ion of Bart
ley Campb?ll, the playright, who is
nowconfinedin Ploomingdale Asylum.
Dr. Chrlts F. N cho's, the superin
tendent ot the Bloouiingdale Asylum,
testified tbat Mr. Campbell was admit
ted to the asylum as a patient May
17th. In his opinion tbe pa ient was
incurable. His specific complaint
was general psres's. It was a typical
cas?, and manifested itself in a paraly
sis of the vital organs and
lower limbs. Mr. Oampbsll was
able to talk so as to bs understood
and could walk with assistance. His
d gestion was- good and appetite nor
ma'. His weight was the same as
when admi ted to the asylum. Mr.
Campbell was subject to the delusions
of tbe most common kind. "His fan
cies," continued the doctor, "varv
greatly. This afttrcoon I saw him
and asked him how his head was. To
this he tepled tbat bis head was excel
lent, that he should live forever and
had lived from the foundation of the
wono. inis sugges eu inn name
of Adam, and be branched off on tbe
subject of the ce'ebrated members
of the Adams family ia this country,
Mr. Campbell believed that he re
ceived specific communications from
Shakespeare, Alexander, Bismarck
and King Humbert. He imagined
fiat he freanentlv converged with
Queen Victoria, and tbat he had vis
ited heaven and saw grest men there
Ones be fancied lhat Oliver Cromwell
was in his stomach and went around
holding it up withb ith hands on ac
count of the snpposed load."
the doctor concluded by saying that
Mr. Campbell would never again be
able to attend to bus'ne:S or to reco;
er bis ssnses.
Jeess Larrabe. attornnv for Mr.
Campbell in bis business affairs, testi-
nea mat nis client bad a leawbo d in
terest in tbe Fourteenth Street Thea
ter, which was in litigation. He also
owned two hoossn in Eighty-fitst
street, valued at $45 000, wlrcb. were
mortgaged for $39,500. and unpaid
texs and interest bad accumulated
until tbe equity on foreclosure pro
ceedings was almost va'uelees. Mr.
Campbell's plays were in litigation also
ior me oenent o' creditors. jNotmng
was left for Mrs. Campbell's support,
as tbe creditors bad seized everything.
The jury, after eont-ultation, returned
a veraici mat Mr. uampneil was men
tally incapable of attending to his
ntira.
THE KNIGHTS OP LABOR
tUSIISO GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT
RICHMOND, VA.
Io Doubt or Powderlj'i lie. fled ion
t'hieaao Anarehiata The
Home t'lnb.
Pittsburg, Pa., September 28 In
speakirgof the coming Gener.il As-
sembly of the Knigtrs nf Labor, which
meets at Richmond, Va , on Octobar
4th, ex-brand t-ecretary R. D. Liy on
oi mis c:iy, biu iiaj mat among tne
imr ortant qurstions to be considered
will be a change in the basis of rev
mentation. Toe convention at Rich
mond will be attended by possibly 500
delegit9P, who will represent 700,0ii0
members of tbe order. Said he: An
effort will be mado to establish a basis
so as to prevent the meeting of such
an unwieldy mars as will bs present
mis year. At tire sent me Dasts oi repre
sentation is one to iuuu mi moers or a
major fraction. Tbe districts should bi
represented in tbe ratio of one to 3000
members, roe members would then
be as well represented and tbe busi
ness could be better and more rapidly
transacted man oy tne present system.
Another important question that will
receive more fvor than at any previ
ous convention will be the necessity
of organizing by States. At present
the district and local assemblies
throughout the country throw an im
mense amount of wotk into the office
nf the general Bflcretarv and treaanrer.
Tbat could all be done by giving the
master woriman oi eecn Htate en
larged powers, and also making him a
member of the General Executive
Board. That or something cloaelv
similar will be adopted at the conven
tion. Tbe convention must either de
cide upen that plan or the General
Executive Boird must bs enlarged
and a certain portion of the work laid
out for each member of tbe board, be
to attend to tbat territory directly.
In regard to strikes the memW.
ship of tbe oid- is beirg impressed
with the idea that arbitration mnat bs
unit, not only in theory, but in
practice. Powderly will ba tbe Gan
eral Master Workrr an as long as be
wants it, and he will accept the o flics
gain.
The Home Club will nlpad not
guilty to tbe charges that have been
made against it. They have voted
against Powderly, but whether they
win contioue is uo ao is a question.
From my correspondence with Chi
cago members of tbe Knights of Libor
I am led to believe tbat the nnntinn
of the anarchists who bave been sen
tenced to be hanged will be brought
before the convention bv the (IhIpi?:-
tion from tbat city. It will bs asked
that the convention inaulrn fnti thn
justness of the st-ntericv. Trusi an-
arcbiete will bave plenty of frienrls in
the convention, and their ran will
advocated by men who an not dyi a
miters an4 who do not hdiuve in tly
Eam te. An effirt will be made toaH
an expression of sentiment in favor cf
these men.
POLITICAL MOVEMENTS.
PROHIBITIONISTS ROUTED AT
T1IE PRIMARIES AT ATLANTA.
Frank Hard Konilaated fur Congress
Opening Speech of the Ohio
Campaign by Sherman.
ISPICIAt, TO TBI AFMUL.J
Atlanta, Ga., 8i ptemher 23. The
Prohib tionists were tit'erly routed
in i he Democratic primnies held hnro
todiy. A caucus of Prohibit oniste
put up a ticket one day la t week
which had the alleged indorsement of
the Knights cf Labor. Tbe Demo
crats were aroused to th danger which
beset their party organ ion, and
loud protests were mads against the
capture of the party orgaraaion bv a
one idea party. This nieeat'sfa'tion
ralbd it 'elf around Messrs. Clark,
Howell, Wellbo'n, Bray and S.m Weil.
Ia the primarits here todav the
lines weie strictly drawn, tbe Prohi
bition is' s at a meeting la it night hav
ing referred to tbe opposition as an
arcliiet. Tbe Pmhibiticnii-ts who
held f-a'ty to the Di?mnciatic party
above adherenca to pr-diiiiiiion voted
for the to-called wet ors'ra-ght Demo
cratic ticket. Senator J isi ph E. B own
openly voted a wet ticket. The ma
jorizes agnuBt the Prohibit onitts
average lt,00. This gives a new torn
to the Pronibitioa agita ion in the
Stite. .
Senatorial 'invni ion Nominated
for Uoua-rtw.
ISFSOIALTO TBI APPBAL.1
Jackson, Tknn , Sp'ember 28 Del
egatus were appointed t iday to the
Senatori.il aid Floterial Convention to
be held ia Lexington rn October 5th.
The Hon. Sam W. lUwkins. of
Huntingdon, was nominated at Lc x
ing'on today by the Republican Con
vention for Congress.
Opeolaa Speech or the Ohio Cam.
pniffa.
Cincinnati, O., September 28. The
Hon. John Sherman, win made the
opening speech of the Onio campaign
at Portsmouth, 0, tonight, arrived
there this afternoon and ws takn in
charge by a committee of the Morton
Club, under who :e au'p'ces the meet
ing at ntgbt was neid.
CODgreialonal BTumluatlona,
Charleston, S. 0., September 28.
Kobe) t omalls was renominated tod a
for Coigns from tbe Seventh District
by the Republican Convention.
Toledo, O., September 28. At the
Democratic Convention toiUv atClvr!
of tne Tenth Ohio District. Frank If.
Hurdwai nominated fjrCongr.ss on
tne nrtt ballot.
Chicago, III,, September 28. Ed
g r itrbune was nominated lor (Jon
gresB today by tbe Democrats of the
first lliino:s JJUt let.
I.OOI8VILLB, Kt., September 28.
John W. Lewis Was nominated for
Congress by acclamation by the Re
publicans of the Fourth District to
day. , ( , ,
LonisviLLi, ..Kin September 28.
John S. Rhea was . nominated for
Congress to iav in the Third District
at franklin, Ky., by the Democrats,
Suggestions From Teaaesser.
New Ymk Star: Nothing more de
licinusly exhilarating than tbe present
Gubernatorial campiigo in Tennessee
nas ever come witnm our politic il ex
periences. Tbe manner in which the
Taylor brothers are canvassing tbat
State; their breezy way of going arm
in arm to tbe various meetioiis: the
innocent pride tbey tike iu eath
other; their punctilious mutual re
spect; the affectionate fory with
which they assail one another'a nartv
convictions, and the jnalous vigilance
wit a wmcb eecn wati-bei tor and re
cents the smallest indigni y shown to
the other thess are leatures quite
witnout precedent in political contests
i-l which we bave any knowlengo. It
is no exaggeration to tay that the
whole country is locking oi with au
e uoti.m ctmposed eqmlly ot amnne'
meut and del ght, and that the vict'iri-
ons gladifct r in this unique cimba
will be bailed with unieguedjoy by
mm ci an i-arties aod lrnctionai sut
diviion8. But while tlie-;e joennd
brothers are thui conducting thefr
own immediate rivalry, are they
not at tne same t me set'iogttie ex
ample of anoth-ir and a better
fashion for us all? Why ehould
not every campaign bs as k ndly and
as courteous as theirs hes Veen? Why
should not opposing c indidates be jost
and generous toward oech otber ? And
wby cannot all tbis be achieved with
out abatement of earnes ness or com
promiss of piinniple oa eitlur side?
Wby, indeed? It seems to us. in fact.
tbat every useful end would be pro
moted by such means. The people
wouia nave preeenta'.ions ot public
questions unclouded by passion, and
tbey could form their estimates of nab-
l c men with fairness and intelligence.
Under such a avstem the tone of Doliti-
cat contests would be elevated, the at
mosphere would be cleared. And it
would soon come to dsss tbat no man
of evil record and ignoble aims would
dare to face the searching earnestness
of popular inquiry; for nothing is more
certain man tbat bad men are tne
beneficiaries and bad government the
fruit of ignorance and prejudice and
rancor in pontics. Tennessee nas 01
fered a valuable snscestion in most
joyous and attractive guise. Let us
consider it.
D9 HOT INDORSE
Th Action of CeDgressmea Who
Voted Against th Oleomar
garine Bill.
JNw York. SeDtembsr xs. At a
meeting of the directors of the Amer
ican Agricultural and Dairy Acsocia-
tion held today resolutions were passed
ndoreing the candidacy of W. C.
Btablnecker, of tbe Fourteenth New
York Congressional District, he having
voted for the oleomargarine bill In
Congress. Tbe resolutions opposed
the re-election of A. 8 Willis, of tbe
Louisville (Ky.) Congro'sinnal Dis
trict, and also that of T. E. Tarsney, of
the Eighth Michigan Congressional
District, both having opposed the oleo
margarine bill.
1 be American Exposition In London
project was con denied bacauee N. K.
Fairbank, of Chicago, maker of oleo
margarine, is one of i's projectors.
Si'icide is not mora sinful than reg-
l"ctinga rough. Fur only 25 cents
von ran huy a bott'e of Dr. Bull's
C u:h Syrup and be isvedfrom death
Tr? i
fi Ai.vArio.M OiLcnrei riteumat'r-m in
from i wclve to lorty-cht hoars,swell
inj;j and bruiti-s iu a fiw hourj.
Apollinaris
"TEE QUEEN CP TAELiJ WATEKS
"A'o amount of pure ocean air in
the lungs (an neutralise the bad
effects of polluted water in the
stomach." , , ,
New York Herald.
" The purity cf APOLLINARIS
offers the test security t:gait:st the
dangers which are common to most
cf the ordinary drinJting iodters."
Loudon Medical Record.
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With Prnotiral. Snooefiiful KviiArlnnon Tn
lrarl, hiniilutr ana Inntrnnt tsnvsnlni
Anenta lor Pictorial, Hlandant, New, binlit
ble Uooka. Addrein, tatinaalarrexieoled
wi b enterienoe, booii onnvaMifd. doirree o
sucne'K, eti-., wnnrnntee fulillaliliiK
Kloollon JVollot'.
rpiIK t'ockholden of the Maiionlo Tempi
X are hereby notified that the annunl i-lea
tion lor a President and Ove UireoUir" will
ha held In the Teml-le Huilillnu. on M(IN.
DAY, Ol'TOltmt 4, 188rt, between the houra
oi it a.m. anu i .m.
V. F. MAUDEH, President
DK. Jt. L. LASKI,
Physician, Surgeon and Accoucber
RE8IDEN0U AND OFFIOK,
313 Main Mtreet, Near Union
Telephone No. 88.
C. B. BRYAN Sc. CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WH0LK8ALB AND KBTAIL,
Ko. 20 MADISON STREET.
W.A. WIIE.1TJLEY
Deal Estate A sent,
AND V. 8. COMHISSIOXEK
awl Wain, neat Maellaon.Wem phi
GIN HOUSE
INSURANCE
ALL rersona deslrem of feenrinc Nafe
and Meliable liianiM. mt I
mmww, on i muubkm, can be ao
oommodoted by applylna to tbe
Planters Fire and Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY,
At 41 Mad ! at., Memoble. Tea
U. 8. EKoma Orrici,
t. N-20"rontt'eet.
Memphis, Tenn., September 26. 11X16.
SEALED PROPOSALB-In dnpllaate. will
be received mt Ihie aAm n.di ....
uowoer ii, iivn, ana inen and there pnbllcl
ui-vuau, iur mi uouvery, on oaraes, ol tbe
iuhowidk afpiujuiuaia quantities ot ma
terials. Til. I
9000 oords of Willow Brush.
7(10 eords of Willow or Cottonwood Poles.
25UQ lineal feet of Cypress Piilna.
For Ins motions for bidding, specifications
and conditions nf dellTerr, aiply to the
abore address. The rinht r.;.n ..i
all bids is reserved.
L , SMITH B. LEACH,
Captain Engineers, U. 8. A.
Election Notice.
THB stofkholderi of the Home Insurance
and Trust company are hereby notified
that the annual election for thirteen direc
tors wi I be held at the office of the Company,
No 2Wt Front street on W KDNIoilx V in-'
TORKR 6. lm, between the hour, of 11 a.m.
.Dueu.ni. ii. u. mouuw ah. President.
HEMIC
OFMH
UUK f, 1-aica, beoreUry.
IfMLillDSICBl
GILBERT RAINE,
GENERAL INSDRAKCE AG T.
ROOM 1,
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEMPIflW. . TENN.
mm
A HAFK DEPOSIT THtlhT
KO. 43 1tIAI)IM STREET, MI.MPHIS, TEK9T.
R. D- FaiYaaa,Trs. W. N. Wiikkrhoh, V. P. R. J. Black, Cashier.
DO A Hit OF UIKEl'TOHN.
w. v. .jseuall.T. n. Allen, W. F. Tar
Godwin, S. P. Head,
kerson, R. J. Black.
en, n,
Wlllia
. A.
n,
Deposits receired from 80 rente upward, and Interest allowed on same irml-ennunlly.'
Will bur and sell local socaritles, act as Trustee, Receiver, etc, for oornorations or indi-
iidliiic!!J!."vir..?,nmI',10'll,,,,,.Tult fnr ,h
t . . V.l"I0KKr' fr ohurite. Safe
p......-i.... wiiiwni-n -o n 1inrm9 HMnhleg; llllfite.
LUMBER YAKD !
BrMlef Car Wors Mannraet'D: Co
llrlnkley, Ark
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
ASD BBALERH IK
Doors, Sash, BUbIk, Dresafxl Flooring, Olllmr, WeatherBosrdlrt
tjyprew Mblnglea, Lullis, Elc.
arOnr faellltlea are antarpassed b any sawnlll In the South for II . tri orders prnmptlr.
'loerini, Cetlina. Bidlac, Htep Lnmber and Crpress Hhinales asiwolaltvi also, VrAmlaa
Limber Of all dimensions. We make the Wholesale business a special feature. Or dan
solicited and promptly tiled.
OEO. AYMIIaL.i:it, ACEI,T,
g. 124 Jefferson Street Menuhl. Tennesaaf '
Woods fe Swoope?
Buggies, Wagons aiid.II.iTii'css, ' 1
NANOE COTTON PRESS,
BARISOIIK GINH,
Nteaiu Engine, Mafhiuery of All Dearriptleua,
Ko. 332 SECOND ST
SLEDUE BROS AfCon., MIh.
COTTON FACTOES,
Kou. 3Sd and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenm,
HERNANDO INSURANCE CO.
OF MEMPHIS, TEN IV.
OFF! CE-22 Miulinoii St. (l)enoto Hank Ilulldliiic).
DIHBOTOnBi
B. II. PXINHOOMB. 11. 1.. COCHRAN.
, COCHRAN,
L. I1ANAUKH. A. VACUA HO.
N. FONTAINE, JOB. BRUCE, J. T.
N. II. DlJKSCOMB,Pri't. JOS. IIRUCK, V.-Prfa't. J. 8. DU SC0!HB,8ec'j
at
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. K. GODWIN, Prest. J.M.OUBAIt, VIePrea't. C. O, BAINE, Cuhlei,
3s3oe-rJt of :Dlreotox-a.
RLBT. J. M. BOODBAR.
RUCB, H. GAVIN,
It I.HON. T. TI. HIMrf.
iriin"''VH a At Vvvf Mm I a HJa VUrPin,
OHM ARMIHTRAD. 0. B. DRVAV. a.nT NEWuffw-
awA aealor- af the State r Teaaeiwea. Traaaaeta a eleeieuraJ RaaaT'
asawieitaa bbm ertwea aaaeiat
Ill
3EEeusi 3XTo Superior. .
09 Dtj d4 Clean from the Vmrm In Qnnnflllt? lo ftull FarrhMrre.
Office, 278 Second St. "KT1 )YarrJ, M.& C. Dipot.
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions
AMD-
GEIITLELIEIJ'S FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 328 and 328 Main
KrLr?JJ'Il,i.-,' n w"ter ood i larokr ajid moO
S?K.F ,i jiff . 1L,'l B0Rb. and oar r-rioea will eompaxe alia these of any aajtJ
la lae Uailed States. We are lien te for -
jueat Maaofactirlae Co.'i Plaldg. Drills, ahfletlntr.
1' III II H
mum x$i fii? Lot uu
Cotton ZPaLotoar
And Commission Merchants,
Hon, C-l and 3G Hadlsou Street, ttemM
MEMPHIS
O.HPAN Y ANI HAVIftGH H1IU
nr. K. Dndlev Frnv.or. R. TI Snn..n .1 o
Joan Overton, Jr , b. I. ilcUowell, W. N. Wil-
deposit of valuables fur Hie benelit of KKHU
Deposit Doxes lor rent. Naiae Nprrialli
KKtll.
r tally
Mnuufiulurer et
MEMPHIS, TENW.
r.M.NORFLEET.JRealdeHtParUM.
J. H. MnDAVITT, F. M.NKLSON
J.
J R. PKPPKH.
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WILLlMi. '
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J. R. tJODI
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a liaauens la ejolleetMwievwa.
St., Memphls,:Tenn.
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