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MEMPHIS
EAL
ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TENS., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1SSG.
VOL. XLYI NO. 228
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Wiggins will have to try g)in.
Only the slightest tremor at one point
has been reported fiom the dUtrict he
mapped ont for destruction.
Thb Municipal Council of Obin
"burg have decided to erect a monu
ment to Lis.t, and to solicit donations
at home and abroad.
Tni Auguita Chronicle sapgestu that
fallowing the advice of Cardinal Gib
bons to the Catholic congregations of
the United States these of the several
Pretestant faiths contribute whatever
they can of money, say on the Sunday
after next, to pay for the repaiiing of
thechnrcbej almost wrecked by the
recent earthquake. The Catholics are
to contribu'e next Sunday, and their
example should be followed at once.
It is very much to the credit of the
Miashaippi River Commission that its
members in a body have determined
to foil the cowardly attempt of the
House of Representatives to neutral-
iz3 their , ris-f illness by falllog
to make an appropriation ' to
pay them a well deserved
8 tlary, . They have agreed to serve
wlihout pay. '' This will; secure to the
people of the .Mississippi Valley a con
tinuation of the methods of work that
have proven so successful and will en
able the commissioners themselves to
prove iccontestibly the tupreme value
of the work accomplished. We thank
the commissioners and congratulate
the public.
Thb Atpbal cordially seconds the
suggestion made by eeveral of its con
temporaries that the President appoint
Gan. A, P. Stewart to be Minister to
Austria. The General is a West
Pointer by education. He graduated
from that celebrated fchool in the
same class with Gens. Buell and Rose
crans, and stood so high that he was
appointed to the corps of engineers.
Since the close of the war he has been
identified with two of the best
of the Southern schools of learning
the Law School at Lebanon and the
University of Mississippi, of "which he
was chancellor. Asa euholar he stands
high, and the exalted character for
which he had credit in the army he
has maintained with unblrarsbed in
tegrity. Dignified and mcdett, Gen.
Stewart, as its representative at the
Court of Austria, would reflect credit
upon the country. The State of
Tennessee presents him for that mis
sion with pride, snd the State of
Mississippi indorses him with pleas
ure. '
W print in another column a com
munication signed "Democrat" that is
full of ill temper and characterized
by very bad blood. "Democrat"
should have gone to the Democratic
County Convention and endeavored
to carry his point there. The aeseion
oi mat Douy auoraea mm nis op-
p utunity. So long ai it was in aes
sion he had a chanoe for
say. When it adfournel that
chance went, and he was forever
barred. If conventions are to have
any weight their dicta must be final.
If this was not the rule every man
would be a law nnto himself and in
et sad of compact parties held together
by principle we should have the
chaos and confusion incident to indi
vidual whim, opinion or view. This
in a constitutionally governed country
like ours would never do. If "Demo
crat" is a Democrat, as we believe him
to be, he will support the ticket and
bide his time.
Thb people of Cincinnati are to be
congratulated upon the selection of
Mr. Albert W. Whelpley to fill the
very important position of Public LI
branan. Mr. Whelpley hai all his
life been a book man, a reader and
lover of. books as well as a printeraod
dealer in them, and his sympathies are
with the masses, as has been proven
by his admirable management of the
dime lecture course in Cincinnati for
so many years. He is just the man
lor tbe place. He knows the taste of
the people and will, we predict, cater
fjr them co closely as to meet the
varied wants of the multitude without
failure. Mr. Whelpley is a man of in
tegrity in the highest sense of the word.
He is conscientious about everything
he undertakes. Boy and man, he has
always been the same true in the
performance of duty, true in his friend
ships and tine to his convictions of
right Cincinnati has honored a good
man and ' one every way worthy in
putting upon Mr. Whelpley so weighty
and responsible a trntt.
Monopoly in any form is a curse.
It means r'ches for the few and op
pression and misery for the many.
The latest ot these gigantio machines
that like the Car ot Juggernaut crushes
the life out of all who stand
in Its way, is the American Oil
Trust Company. It owes its
origin to greed, to an insatiable greed
that seek 8 to force the planters of the
South to sell their cotton seed for
little or nothing in order that it may
increase the profits of its stockholders.
Against this the planters propose
to unite. And they are riijht. Their
plan and purpose is printed on an
other page. It is feasible and prac
ticable, and if carried out must turn
the tide of ruin in the other
direction. This is to be deplored.
It is better to live and lit live, and
we suggfst that just and Chretien
policy to the managers of the Trust
Company. It is net sensib'e to invite
ru n in any direa'ion. Fair play is a
jewel that all may wear and wear hon
orably and wita pride.
THE TAYLOR MOTHERS
AT
WAYNESBORO asd SAVAN
NAH RECEIVED
By Enthusiastic Crowds The Broth
ers' Estimate of Each
Other.
I SPECIAL TO TBI imiUl
Wayjiisboro, Tn , Sep'ember 28.
The Tajrfor brotberj were met early
this morning by their friends in a
united procefsinn numbering about
700 horsemen. Run was falling fast,
which dampened not tbe ardor ot
Democracts or Republicans, and
though they had to racd in the rain
they filtered not in charging on their
respective champions. Bjb proceeded
to the discus-ion of the iwues of the
cinvass in his usual impressive and
happy 8'yle, chaining and magnet
iz'tig the audience in one of his most
telling speech's, di awing the people
closer and closer to him throughout
The Democrats are delighttd with
him and drawn and cemented to him.
Alf proceeded to answer the spet ch
2f Bob iu bi. able. and labored style.
but failed to eoLviLCuyPemocrat8
that Rib was in error, and the a he
went into his Ufusl speech on the
tiriff and U'air bill, consuming hi
time thereon.
The rejoinders folio wedjand Alf was
presented with a fine silk banner,
Deautiiuiiy wrougnt and embellished.
with an elegant and tasteful speech
irom a yonnir lady culling lotto, a bar.
py response irom n:m.
Tbe speaking over the candidates
went over to Clifton and spent the
night in order to take the boat for
Sivannah the next morning.
Todaj'a Speaking.
Savannah, Tens., September 29
inis clear, coot and pleasant any
brought ont a large attendance from
Hardin and other counties, estimated
at 2500. Tbe brothers were received,
a large precession escorting them to
ine isast uotei, wnera tcey rjotn field
receptions till about noon, when
the procpss'on reformed and marched
to the Fair Grounds. Alf took
hs inual course, setting up
Bib with the view ,of knocking
Cimdiwa attain, and He tally eus'
tained his reputation for ability and
ardor in his devotrm to R -publican
ism. Bib was In fine trim and 'he
pjiple were breathlessly at'.eitive'
As he ltd iff tbey followed, catch Eg
every word on ail points, and at nj
other appointment have the. brothers
bad better order or such fixed, deep
earnest attention throughout tbeir en
tire speeches. Tbeir r joinders and
the nsual noral onerings followed, aud
ine meeting closed.
Tbe Brothers' Eetlmate
Olber.
of Each
Waynesboro letter in the Naehville
American: "What sort of a boy was
liob v ' was Inquired of tbe Kepublican
candidate. Alf removed tbe fragrant
weed from bis lips, and, turning his
chair toward tbe tire and peering into
the blaz9, while a genuine smile ttole
over bis countenance, ca'd: "Well, be
was a queer boy. To begin with"
"Be can ful. Alf," smiling y Interjected
his younger brother. "All rhjh'," and
then, continuing, "ye?, be was queer,
Bob wee always an artful dodger. He
was whit tbe boys now call a slick
artist. I'll explain. He was in all
manner of mischief at all times, but
he had a knack of getting out ol the
worst scrapes without a tcrach, while
Nat and Jim and I caught the
devil. Ha wts a natural born
humorist, and with his droll ways
could trick the old folks nine times out
of ten. He wonld lead ns into m schU-f
and then cet out ioflt in the nick
ol t me and leave'us to eaten the con
sequences. A lucky s.ar has been
over tbat boy," pointing to Bo
"from the day he was born. Let me
tell you bow be get ahead of us on
one occasion, but it will serve as an in
stance ot now he managed thinirs.
Brother Nat Jim and I, Bub and a lit
tle negro boy want in swimming one
Sunday morning in the mill pond
near our nouse. at tier had told us
he would whip us if we went in swim
mingon Sunday, but we disobeyed
mm. lie luund it ont that afternoon
Ha would net r u"ish us, because it
was bund ay, but he took us bright ard
early in the mo cing to the barn yard.
We knew what was coming. He took
a shing'e and bored holes through it
with a gimlet, and the be made us
bend over a log. You can imagine
wnat was tne result, lie pumstied
Jim and Nat and me. and we were all
crying when be went up to Bjb, who
was leaning over the log waiting his
turn. Father raised the caddie, snd'
denly Bob pulled a half dollar out c-f
his peck;!, and twisting bis head
around at father with a moet
humorous expression of countenance,
he said : 'Dad, I'll give you this to let
me off,' at tbe same time offering
father a half dollar. We were all
watching bim as intently as oar pains
would let u?. father stood with tbe
paddle uplifted. Bob continued in his
leaning position, holding the half dol
lar between his uplifted Sogers with
that grimace unalterable on his feat
ures. Bob wes cool aa a cucumber.
Father at length broke out in a laugh
and bade Bjb to be up and off in a
twinkling. Bob sprang to his feet and
slipped his half dollar back in his
pocket, wa ked by ns to the house,
making faces as he went by.
"mat's the sort oi a bov Jiob was.
He wou'd steal our marbles and we
could never catch him. He'd play all
sorts of jokes on us, but we could
never catch him. He'd take more
liberties abont the house than any of
us, but somehow he managed to es
cape the punishment, while if we did
the same things we'd get a thrashing
That's the sort of a chap he wa, Dd
tbat happy faculty of always alighting
on his It et has followed him from tbitt
good day to this. He always could
tell the soft side of a person. lmost
f (0m the days of his infancy, and be
never failed' to make the most of his
knowledge. Yes. Bob has ever been
an artfnl dodger."
Xhe laughter which this fraternal
sal y had created having ceased, the
same inquisitor asked Bob of the boy
hood of Alf. "Well," said Bob, with
a merry twinkle in his eye, "Alf had
more temper than I; he had more
fight than I did, but I had more fun.
He wis Quick to resent an in inrv and
equally quick to forgive. Alf was
always fond of hunting. When a
mere lad, he would go ont on tbe
mountains with an old man who lived
near u?, and camp out for weeks at
tbe time. I believe be had rather
hunt now than do anything. Alf was
my favorite bother, if I had a favorite,
and I think he thought tbe most of
me a'thongh he never told me so, for
he always did have a way of conceal
ing his affection from those he loved.
Father thought there was more ont-
come in Alf tban in any of ns, but
brother Jim, who invented tbat gnn
of which you have heard, is tbe
smartest. Alf always was a keen
one. You may ba sure he could
work a scheme as good as any
body. I'll tell you an incident of his
manhood which illustrates bis boy
hood. When he was running for tbe
Legislature there was a big Bapt st
vote which he wanted and wanted
badly. One day be went to a baptis
ing. The preicher had a number of
converts in ihe creek. Alf, as big as
life, stood among tbe people on the
shore singing for dear life. As fast as
a person was baptized and s arted for
tbe shore Alf would wade into tbe
creek, and singing as he advanced
with his hymn book in one hand, he
would extend tbe other to the
dripping penitent and escoit him or
her to the shore. Alf got the vote of
every Baptist in the district. That's
the sort of a fellow he wan."
CongreaaloBal Nomlnatloaa.
Cincinnati, O., September 29. Tbe
Republican Conveniion of th Pi rot
and Second Ohio Districts today re
nominated tne lion, uentarain iJut-
terworth and Gen. Charles E. Brown,
respectively, for Congress.
Mabibita, O . September 29. The
Democrats of the Fifteenth Con
gressional Di tikt todiy nominated
Gen. A. J. Warner.
Carlisle la Kansas.
Wichita, Kas , September 29. The
Hon. John G. Carlisle addressed an
immense audience at tbe operabonse
tonight upon national politics. He
confined bimeelf mainly to a disim
sion of tbe tariff question and its eff ct
upon tbe people of the country t,t
large, especially the agricul ural com
munity. His ep-.ech made a profound
impression upon tbe large audinnce
aid invoked general and very flatter
ing comments.
nominations la Colorado.
Denver Col., September 29 On tbe
third ballot the Republican State Con
vention today tiominated the Hon.
Wm. II. Meyer for Governor : for
Lieutenant Governor, tbe Hon. N. II.
Meldrum ; Congressman. Judge G. G,
Byrne; State Treasurer, P. W. Bit-era;
Secretary of State, Caut. James Rice.
Nominated for (Governor.
Lincoln, Ner , September 29. At
tve Republican State Convention this
evening Gen. John M. Thayer was
nominated on the first ballot for Gov
ernor. LITTLE ROCK, ABE.
THE LIBEL SUITS AGAINST THE
6AZBTTB COM PAST.
Tbe Remains or Dr. Kellar ti
,o Bo
Bnrlfd Today A CniHas
, at Portamontb.
ISFIOIAl TO THI AFFIAL-J
Littlb Rock, Ark., September 29
The case ot J. a. McLaughlin vs. Geo
R. Brown, vice president! of tbe Ga
zette Panting Company, wherein tbe
attendant was sued oy the plaintia on
a charge of libel, damages bring
placed at $10,000, cams to trial before
4 ustice x lessr this morning, and a j ury
acquitted the defendant, stating tt at
Mcbaugrjiin had no cause forartion,
Ibis was the case reported in thete
dispatches on Sunday last, as origin
ating out of the item which appeared
in tbe Qazettt a short time since,
stating that Constable Paul Catherina
had issued complaint agtinst Mc
Laughlin charging him with beingjol
unEounu mina.
This afternoon McLaughlin went
oeiore ine ci rcuit uourt and swore
out two complaint', one against G .orge
Rubs Brown and on against Dickasun
Burgman. 'J Lis is to be a civil suit
and the complainant prays the Court
to a low him J25X0D damaoea asaii Rt
V..L .f ll 1
uo:u oi me bdovo named gentlemen
Mr. Burgman is city editor of the Ga
irtle.. McL.irjgb.lm says the item of
which be complains has injured bin
taw Dusiness lully $50,000 worth, and
that he wants to push his claim.
He is what sime jeonle would call a
pettyfogging lawyer, most of his busi-
nrs, or considerable thereof, being
Police and Justice Court cases. His
ardency lor tbe Kepublican party has
rendered both the man and his calling
obnoxious to many people in this
community, who have long considered
him a ciauk. After the recent election
in this Slate McLaughlin said he
would not live in such a coun
try aa thip, and gave it out that
be intended to close up his
affairs here and remova his family to
Maryland. He even went so far as to
take his letter of membership from
the Center Street Methodist Episcopal
Church, stating, we are told, that he
wibhea to ne ireed irom any obliga
tion to assist the Pnlaski county cun
gregation. Of course nothing will
come out of bis Bu t but tbe annov
ance which actions at law always en
tai'.
Tbe snit of Jones, late Republican
candidate for Treasurer of the county,
ana ine one lnsuiuiea toaav. are the
first and only actions for libel this pa
per naa naa sines it has been nnder
the present management. Neither
Messrs. Brown or Bareman rnntnm.
plate leaving the city to avoid the con
sequences ot what Mrs. Partington
would term "McLaughlin a dam fool
ishness." The remains ot Dr. Irvine Knllnr.
who died at Hot KDrinra laat nioht.
will arrive here on tonight's train and
e buried from the Cathedral at 3
o'clock tomorrow eveninv. Ttr Kb).
lar was one of tbe foremost physicians
of the State or in the South and cher
ished an acquaintance throughout tbe
sec ion that rendered him well known
in all the States south of Mason snd
Dixon's line. He was a native of
Louisville, Ky., and was 28 years of
age.
News reached this city todsy from
Fcrt Smith t the effect that V..Oh;t
of Police Kemp, of the above place,
was mortally cut at his saloon at 5
o'clock this morning bv Ofllner Witav
COX. Cox was Irving to armat
desperado named Irna. Ha
knocked Larue down and cov
ered him with a pistol, when Kemp,
in attempting to atop the difficulty,
came up behind Cox. Officer Rounds
rusned id, and seeing Kemp approach
ing Cox, told tbe latter to hit him. Cox
diew a dirk and cut him in the neck,
severing the jugular vein. Another
theory is that while thd difficulty waa
going on the birkeeper threw a glata
at Cox, striking bim on the forehead.
The glass broke snd a piece of it struck
Kemp, which produced the wound.
Kemp lived abont two houre. He
was well liked in Fort Smith, where
h had served three terms ss town
ship constable and three terms as
Chief of Police, always making a good,
honorable and efficient officer,
wiGGusiroD&rRoriiEr
SLIGHT SHOCKS AT SUM HER
TILLE AND LANCASTER, PA.
No Seismic Disturbances at Other
Points Volcanic Eruption
In Mexico
Chari.iston, 8 C, Sep'ember 29
Abon. There has been no rsenr
truce of eirthquake shocks since 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon, although
some nervous p-rjor.s 8y they felt a
slight trimor about 10 o'clock last
night. There were several slight
shocks at Summerville last night, bit
no damage is reported fr, m any quar
ter. Tbe weather in Cnarleston today
is mild and pleasant. The tun is
shining brightly, tbe temperature not
opprts ively warm, and the city full
ol activity and cope in spite ol Wig-
gins's fearful prophecy. '
Hie signal officers cere have re
ceived special tu'letits ircm Wash
ington today, indicating no unusual
meteorological phenomena and D'eai-
ant weather, with the pr bab lily of a
shower tf rain this afiernojn. This
day has been anticipated with a great
dial of fear and trembling by
nundreos oi anxious perp.e in Uhar
leston. - v'
Fci the taut three cr four nights the
colored churches have len crowded
with worshippers, and several revivals
are now in progress among these peo
ple in the c:ty. Even the moat ciar
ageons have fe't some drad at the ap
proach of tbe 9 h, and although they
nave earnestly asserted tlia tiny did
not be ieve in Wiggtnt, they have all
filt that it would be more omlortahle
to live in Charleston after tbe 2t)th.
The indications are exceedingly favor
able, and there are nd premonitions
of approaching shocks. Lcal sci
entist, who have given great utudy to
the subject, say there is no da- ger ol
recurrence of beavy shocks, and the
community will surely sett'e down
after today unices tbeie should be an
unexpected manifests ion of disturb
ances. A st ite of feverish excitement
and forbodings seems to exist, how
ever, among these who passed through
lh great si ock of August 31b.
Later. Up to 7 o'clock this evening
there had Deen co recurrence ol earth
quake shecks and the ci'y had Qui -it
ed down. Wiggins'a predictions have
proved to be utterly wide ot the mark
The community feels greatly relieve
that there have been no shocks today.
and it is expi ctsd tbat within another
week,.it there be no more Bhovks, tbe
city will have resumed its normal con
dition. Ihewoikof rebuilding a-i
repairing ha been going on all day
witnont interruption and there H
growing feeling of confidence in the
city. '
TwoflilahtSbocaa in reaanrlvanla.
Lancaster, Pi., September 29 The
people of the borauith of E'lzibeth
town were badly Irlghtened last Light
ADont 11 o'C10?k laat nlguttwodis
rinct shocks rf earthquake were felt,
The chocks folio Wtd in au'ck succes
sion, and scarcely hid the sound died
away when the bulldkgs swayed
sufficiently id came tbe doors and
windows to rattle.
Ho Iiitarbane at JSwrlana,
Nbw Orleans. La.. September 29.
The wehtber here is deiigbtfully clear
and pleasant, there wa no seismio
atmospheric or other disturbance or
phenomena today, such as 1'iof. Wis
gics predicted.
Quiet at Walvmlon.
Galveston. Tex . September 29
Up to nnon there bai b-en no eigns of
Wiggins s predicted dit-turhat ce in
this stction. The weather, wfiich hta
been riny and disagreeable for several
days, broke today c ear and continues
nleaant. The thermometer registers
( degrees. ;
Only a Volcanic Erupilim In Mexico
City or Mexico, Sp'emliRr 29.
Reports from all ovt-r the Republio
show that everywhere heavy rains
have fallen, doing great good in for
warding crops, i a this city the rains
have Hooded tbe streets in many
places, necessitates the use of tiro
engines to pump ont ntoreB.
ihe predicted earthatiake did net
take pine?, but the volcano of Col i ma
is again in a ttte of eiu;tion, a huge
white cloud overnanging the nimm t
cau-ing great tenor among tbe ill-
hub taota of the neighboring v llages,
This is the third time within a year
that this volcano has become active.
The eruption Is p!alnly visible from
the city of Colima. on the Pacific
coast, and unusual meteorological dis
turbances have been noted in tbat
city. -
MARION, ARK.
A Han Mortally Wounded In a Dis
pute Abont Pipe.
ISrBOIAL TO TBI AFPIAL.I
Mariow, Ark.. September 29. J. T.
Sanders and Sam McQowm got into a
dispute over a pipe that Sanders
claimed as his, and Sanders called Mc-
uowan bad names, which Mcuowan
answered witl a shot that struck Man
ders. McGowan left on a train. San
ders is believed to be mortally
wounded.
Over 1 .000.000 bottles of Dr. Bull's
uougti hyrup are sold every season.
and thousands of persons sved from
sn untimely grave. The price is 25
cents.
A Horther In Texas and Lonlnlana.
New Orleans. La.. Sentember 29.
A norther is reported prevailing today
in Texas snd Northern Louisiana. It
is being felt here tonight. The mer
cury has fallen 8 cince sunset.
No Taetat Baeo Tenlerdar.
Marblehbao, Mass., September 29.
Toerrt will be no race today. The
yachts are returning. '
Mr. Tbos. McDoMAr.n. of Baltimore.
Md., reccom mends Salvation Oil.
"with all his heart," for rheumatism.
MRS. S. F. MAY'S
ART STUDIO
Reopens October 4, 1886.
PUPILS prepared for "The Art Stad.nU'
Leasue, of New York, or any other
nm ciui an iooooi mejr mar aenre le enter.
Addrean,
0. 57 MAIHSO.V STKEKI,
election A'ot !'.
THE itockhotderi of the Miuonio Temiile
re hereby notified that the annual olec-
tion lor a President and five Director- will
he held In the femhln Buildirjft. on MON
DAY, OCTO HER 4, ism;, between tbe houra
of H a.m. and 2 p. in.
v. e. UAVVtx, rivwient,
REM!
GRAND
or-
Autumn and Winter
TOBAYJ
A Cordial Invitation Ex
tended to All.
Blackfl h (Junnlng and Trolling Club
THE merahars ire min.'trd to met THIS
(THUKSDAY) KVfcNINU, atSo'aloek,
at R. Kupferichmidt'i, 224, Main atreet, to
eleot oflioen and make arrangement, for the
coming wintsr.
HENRY WHITS, Pnaldent.
rami ScnmiHB, Secretary.
Security Bank of Memphis
Seemi to be dolnr a rood builneuat Ra.SII
Maxilaon el reel. It doe a eeneral Ilank
ini , bate Deposit, Trust andNavlna-a Bank
buaineai. ltt officer! aod toard of Direoton,
whole name appear in another column, are
econd to none In this tooiion in point of
buiinon and BnnncUl atnndtnr.
Sheriff's Sale of Groceries, Liquors,
Etc.
BT Tirtne ot an order of tale to ma direct
ed, from the honorable Cbanreri Conrt
of Shelby county, in cause No. 62U5, Theo
dore Head K. Duatie et al., I will,
Ob Balarday, October V, IHH.
within legal boon, nil to the hlihe bid
ders, for caih, the (took of Uroceriei, Winn,
Liu,uora. Fixture!, etc., of S. Duatie k Co.,
at No 40 M.dison street. Said itock eon
lata of fresh imported fancy rood. Bid.,
however, will be received within tbe ten dayi
for the entire itock and natures, to be sub
mit'ed to the Court for approval or rejeotioa.
Prrtiee desiring to make bid will nare ac
cess to the stook by applying to me, or T. B.
innuory, vrpuijr oueriu.
Thia the Kith day of Seotembar. lfSfi. 1
y.D. CANKi'N. Sheriff.
W. W. Goodwin. L. A. K. Lehman. U.'W,
Mlllff et at,, Attorney lottomplatnanta
School of Drawing and
Elocution.
46 BT. Caart HI. tl. W, Dale, Prlu.
PROF. DALE, a graduate of the National
School of Kl.cution and Oratnrv. Phil.
delphia, Pa , will receive a limited number of
puplla in urayon and V itl Drawing and Klo
cation, arliool Opene October In. Term
iteasonanie. futiilo needing a Specialty
iiVS IIOUUI!
INSURANCE
And Country More Inanranca dlvea
Nperlal attxntlua.be-
GILBERT RAIIJE,
UENKIIAI. INNIIKANCK AGENT,
Room I, Cotton Kichange Building,
t'apllal Kreacnlrd, 8110,000,000,
Btrlnvltca Correspondence and Intorvlew
10
BOOK AGENTS
WaNTKn
On Monthly
UlItKAHTKED NAI.ABY t
With Practical. Suconaafnl KrrnHnnA T,
Travel, Km ploy and Instruct Canvassing
Agenu tor rictiriai, Mtanuard. rew, anla-
nie nooks. Address, atating salary eiperled
mm I L - .!-..- U L ..J J ..,
ucoesa, etc., Unarantra Mibllaliina'
aaais a-inw ea., lei. .mwt n o
DK. It. L. LA8KI,
Physician, Surgeon mud Accoacher,
RK8IDKNCB AND OFFIOB.
343 Main Street. IS ear Unlou.
Telephone No. SN.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and VOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIL,
No. 20 XADIS05 STBEET.
W.'Aa WIIEATIsEY
Real Estate icnt,
AM V. S. COUfMISSIONEII
9Ht Wain.aear WaxllaoB.WeniphU.
GIN HOUSE
INSURANCE
ALL person desirous of securing "are
and Kellnhln laaniaan. mt I.w.
wmm mmw-m, on W1DI UUUBKH, Can 00 BC
eommodotad by applying to the
Planters' Fire and Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY.
At 41 aHadlaoat Mt.. mabla. Trail
U. 8. Fnoiumi Orricg,
3
, . no. w g roni street.
Hemphlt, Tenn.,Beptember 26. lHrJ6,
SEALED PROPOSALB-In duplicate, will
be received at I hi office until noon of
uoiooer 11. inwi. ana then tnii th.M nhiini
iiiiouau, iw mo ueiiTery, on oarge , ol tne
following appioiimat ejoantitiei of ma
terial!, rii.i
Snon oord of Willow Brnab.
700 oord of Willow or Cottonwood Pole.
2500 lineal feet of Cypreaa Piling.
For Instruction for bidding, ipeeiflcationi
and condition of delivery, ai ply to the
above address. The right to reject any and
all bids ii reserved.
n l , SMITH 8. LEACH,
Captain hngineera, U. 8. A.
Election Notice.
TrjK stockholder of the Home Inaurance
and Tr jst tompany are hcr.by notiB.d
that the annual election fur thirteen direo
tor wi-l be held at the office of tho Company,
No 2KH Front Mreot. on W KDN kHIl V. no.
TUHKltO. lim, between the hour of 11 a.m.
tid2p.m. a. L. MoMOWAN, I'rosiiient,
0PM
mm
J)VM X . i-siva, eocretary
WOlLlFBliSOBMECO.
GILBERT RAINE, '
GENERAL INSURANCE AGT.
HOOM X,
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEMPHIS. - ...... . TENW.
mm
A. HArB DEPOSIT TKUNT (UMPAST AMD NAVIaUM HAIK.
NO. 49 MADISON STIIEET, ...... MEMPHIS,
E. D. raT8. Pri. W. N. WiLKieaaoH, V. P. R. J. BLcg, Cashier.
no Attn of
rjniS,-DBBBb1, 1' I?' AeJ?!,- F- T?lor' R- DuJlcj! Frnyser. R. B. Rnowden. J R.
Hodwin, 8. P. Read, W. A. W illlamaon, John Overtoil, Jr , b. I. McDowell, W.N. WU
aenon, It. J. illaca.
urn! ,ro,,j .JT,,a T01" ou,,n npward, and interest allowed on same icml-annnally.
Will buy and s.ll local securities, act aa Trustee. Receiver, etc., for enrporationa or Indl
, ?Sllni,cM,"T?,?..?,0,,l,no,i,ol"t,,ult f"r tn deposit of valuable for the benefit of RKHIJ
LAK tUhlOM KKS, free ot charge, riafe Deposit Boie for rent. Naiiuaa Nnrt inllr
WHcttel.. Amh.rla'd e a Hi-i.frl Htnklna llnlnc.
BFilefCariFkiaMftCii
Brlnkley, Ark.,
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER
AND DEALER IN
Doors, 8uh, BliaJv, Dressed Floorlnrr, Collltitr, Weather-Bor(llic,
CypretM HIilDKlew, Latlia, Etc
jarOnr raelHHM ar i mnanrpasaed by any wiill In tbe South for Btung order promptly,
flooring, Celling, biding, titer i Lumber and Crpre rJhinirioa a Ipeolaltvt alorx"raiiia
Lamber of all dimemiona. We make the Wholesale Uuslnea a ipeoial featara. Orien
ollclted and promptly tiled.
GEO. RAYMHaLEIl, AGENT,
D. 134 Jefferson Street MemDhls. Tennensef
Woods fc
Buggies, Wagons and Harness, '
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
HARBOUR GINS,
Stennt EdkIdcn, Ufaelilnery of All Iecrlitlon.
No. 333 SECOND ST
SLEDGE BBOSof Como, MIu.
COTTON
SLEDOE kWRtm
Bio: 8S6 and 858 Front Street -- Merophli Team.
HERNANDO INSURANCE CO.
OF HIE9IP1IIN, TEMN.
OFF1CG-23 MntliNon St. (I)eHolo Ilauk Ilulldinx).
DinnOTOHBi
B. II. niJNHHOMB, R. I,. COCHRAN, J, II, McDAVITI, F. M. NKLSON,
L. 11ANAUKR, A. VACCAHO. J. R. PKPPKR, W. B. MALLURY,.
N. FONTAINK. JOK. BRUCE, J. T. WILLI. 8.
N.ir.DUSSt'OMB.rrfH't. I JOS.IIKl'CK, V.-Pros't. J.8. DUSCOMB.Nec'y
Mnle
at
Capital, $200,000.
i K. GODWIN, Preat, J. M. fKM)DBlK, Vlce-Prea't. C. H. RaINE, Cukle
Boair'ct of Xllraotora. .
B. TjaRLIT. J. M. OOODBAB. J. R. 90DWIH.
1 1 I U flllfll
Wjl. WILKkRHOBT,
jOBUf ARMINTKAB,
ajaarA Dapaaltary af
BMITII. CHARLKS
1. C(
aiinwii a a. n. niinn.
O. O. BRYAN.
ba atatei r TuenMe.
Baalacaa aal lvaa aaMalal
Ml
Xleue liXTo Superior,
arDry aad Clcaa Oaaa tb 'ara la tnaniltla lo Nnit Fnrrhaaere.
Office, 278 Second St.f ni'rS. )YarrJ, M. & 0. Depot.
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions,
AND-
GEIJTLEOEirS FDIUJISHDJG G00D3,
Woi. 320 and 328 Main
&MlMTV?HrIlLi?r W1"
TtABeaaM Maafctrll Co.'l PJaldg. Drllln- 8htlnr. Nhlrtlar. E?fc
And Commission Merchant?,
SSTo 31 and SO Madison street, M.a8.lilpl
MEMPHIS
niKKtrroHM.
HaiififHctnrcrB !
Swoope9
MEMPHIS, TENN.
F. H. 50BFLEET, Beildeat Fartew.
FAOTOES,
of
Surplus, $25,000,
-t aV a. . a "
J. W. FALLS,
11. K. COFFIN,
KNIT.
OOPER,
A. w. niwhuit:
TraaaaeiM a WewamraJ
A lie at law to t)ollllmi.-wa
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St., MempKU,:Tenn.
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