MEMPHIS, TEIVX., FRIDAY, OCTOHElt 1, 188(i.
YOL. XL VI NO. 229
Theei is a breath of if ar in the air
of Europe. The relations between
Fracce and England ara becoming
strained. The former itslsis upon
her "rights" as she terms it in Egypt,
and will not, wichout a s niggle, per
mit the la'ter to possess hei self of that
country. In Bulgaria the Cxar lv s re
ceived a rebuff at the hands of
the representatives of the pefiple,
backed by Austria and Germany
that may lead to immediitsly
seiioos cotsequecces, parhapa to
the cccupation of its tenityry by
the Enperor Alexander's troops to
be fo'.lowtd by war. Ttmi trouble
is brewing in two directioa, in the
Ea t, in countries over which Turkey
is supposed ti wield a permisable
power f s supreme SDTeregin, but In
neitber of which is she permit ed to
interfere. England U paramount in
Ejpt and Russia in Bulgaria and
both are ectintijin their own interests io
contempt ol the Sultan, who is likely
to be tha lait of bis tribe t) occupy
the thro ae of the Osminli.
Col. Tho?. W. Whits, PrfsMsrt ri
the Vaion Levee Board, and Cant. T. 0.
Uabney. Chief E'gineer, have been in New
l'ork, endeavoring to persuade the Missii
sippi River Commission to help the people
or their levee district to the extent of 1150,
000. The district extends about 110 miles
along the river The formers livinronthe
bank" of the river t no yean ago nut $.VJl).W0
into these improvements, and this year tbey
put in (HOU.UOO more. Messrs. White and
. lubney say there is no part of the river
where the efficacy of the river s pstein ean be
better tented, and they think that a portion
ofihe Congressional appropriation for the
improvement of the Mississippi levees could
not be better applied than in helping those
who are so willinir to help themselves.
Jttckton (Mint,) Clarion.
Tbis is sound, good senee and should
have we'ght with the c immissioners.
With mattresses and revetments at
the bnds, the levees conttructcd at
so great cost of time, labor and money
would be piotected again;t the on'y
cou'.iogarjcy tbat now essails them.
The coaamistioners, if the appropria
tion permits, the continuation of ex
isting ccntracta held steadily in view,
should jie'd so much as Messrr.
White aul Dabney sk for. The peiple
who have helped themselves and
straggled so nobly with the destruc
tive forces of the great river are worthy
of all poseible nelp and encourage
ment. Cardinal Manning was inter
viewed in London, as we learn from
the New York Tribune, on Monday
last as ti the rumors recently spnal
all over Eorope as to tbe re-establishment
by Leo XIII of tbe Jrsnit order
in a position of prominecce in Home.
These rnmo s have excited special at
tention in 'France, where they have
been used to influence the hostility of
a section of the Frecch Republicans
agiinet the church in connection with
the recent attempt to force the gov
erciufnt in'o Ir aVing the oncordat
and etr king the clorgy fund from tbe
badger. Cardinal Mannirg, who is in
excellent health and spirits, gave these
rumors an urjqaa'ifkd denia'. They
originated, he said, in a total mirap
pr; heneion of what taa actaally oc
curred, which, he said, "may be
taken ta be that without beiog abso
lutely reMored to tbe position made
for thn Jesnit older by the bull of
Paul III it has been put by the present
Pope inti posset e on of privileges
most important io its independent and
successful administration in different
pai ts of th wruH."
Senator Voorhkes, of Indiana, who
occupier, and deservedly, a distin
guished p!ase among the leaders of
the Demccrat'c patty, made a epeech
on Tuesday laet to his constituents at
Indianapolis that wai a cereful and
comprehecsive statement of the an
tagonistic . positions of the two great
partie;. On the question of the tariff
be was especially eleer and forcible.
He se id he took for his guide in the
conidf ration cf that question the
platform adopt'd by the Democratic
convention in Chiurgo, and read from
it ths following, as be termed it,
"wise, safe and patriotic propositions" :
But in making reduction ir. taxes it is
Dot proposed to injure any doinestio indus
tries, but rather to promote their healthy
growth. From the foundation of the govern
ment, taxes collected at the customhouse
bavo been the ohiof source of Federal reve
nue. Such they must continue to be. More
over, many Indutri a have cone to rely on
legislation for a sue essful continuance, so
that any change ol law must be at every step
regardtul of the labor and capital thus in
volved. The process of reform must be sub
ject in execution to this plain dictate oi jus
tice. This is the law of the Democratic
party cn the much agitated subject of
tariff, and it muet continue to be the
law until it is repealed or modified by
the next National Democratic Conven
tion. It is a just medium between the
extremes of the ideal free trader and
the greedy and grabbing tariff man,
and. ought to satisfy every man of
common Bense in the country. It fs,
as the brainy Senator from Indiana
says, "wise, safe and patriotic."
To the Editors of the Appeal :
In yonr comments on "Democrat's"
letter in this morning's A I'MAL.do you mean
to have it understood tbat tbe failure of the
county convention to indorse the State plat
form on the li'iuor question absolves Shelby
Democrats from standing by it and their
representatives from being ugided by it in
the Legislature? anothkb dkmocsat.
. No. The na'ional and State plat
forms of tha Democia'ic party tre tbe
written constitution and law of the
psriyatdthe plain guide of every
member of that prrly, whether in or
out of Corigre s or lha Legislature.
From these platforms there can be no
appeaj until the next national and
State Democratic conventions assem
ble. Whatever is therein contained
is paramount over all individual opin
ions and over all resolutions of coun
ty, city or district conventions. Thes
platforms am the solemnly- sgreed
compacts of the party, binding every
member of it alike; and they cannot
be ruodilied nor interpreted to suit in
dividual irttrst, or sway or swerve
the party from the line s of duty there
in carefully marked out. The national
and S a'e Democratic platforms define
the limitations ci principles cf the
party, and are conclusive for every one
of its members upon all questions of
pablic policy therein provided for.
hie nsmn rune
DECLARES POSITIVELY FOB THE
And Supported by Germany, Will
Jiot ( onsent to Russian Usur
pations In Bolgaria.
Pjisth, Hungary, September 30
Tbe Uuterbaua presented a lively at
pearanca during tbe Prime Minister's
t-peeob. The cay had been loiked
forward tots an eventful one, tbePrt.
mier htviog several days ago an
nounced his intention of publicly de
claring the attitude decided upon by
the Empire toward the threatened eg
grestioLS of Russia in the Balkans.
Every tea', in tbe chamber was occu
pied and the galleties were crowded.
Hrr Tlszacommenctd by refuting the
f sumption that Austro-llungary had
either planner), or had been aware of,
or had in the Bl'ghest degree had ap
proved of tbeplai to depose Prince
Alexander. Neither was Austro-Hun-g.ry
nware, continued the Premier,
tbat Prince Alexinde", as was made
evident by this telegram ti tha Cur,
Kgardirg bis crown as having been
received d rett from the Czar, or that
Prince Alexander tuade his s'ay in Bol
garia dependen' oa the Cz ir's consent.
No agreement wba'evr exists between
AuS'.ro-IIuogary and Russia regardi g
the exrtion of their respective influ
ence either in the wes ern or in the
eastern portion of the Balkan rtites.
Aus'io-Hurgary firmly adhere? to the
Berln treity, which, while it is up
held, fiiffkiently corresponds with
Aiutrv-IIurga-y a interests. Austro
Hungary has taken no steps on beba'f
of the kidnappers cf Prince Alex
ander, ishe h .a merely warned Bul
garia in her on interest against the
adoption cf anv hasty resolution and
tbe rsnlta th-tt would he sara to en
sue therefrom. In 1868 I stated in
reference to tha Extern question that
it was my private opinion that in tbe
event of changes atvurriug in tbeEtet
our interests w.u'd require that tbe
nations inhabiting that portion of
Europe ehould form themselves into
independent States, according to
their separate individual titles. Tbis
rp nion is now shared by the Austro
hucgary Foreign Miuiairy. We hold
tbattnisvWw beet answers the inter
ests of ttie monaxhy, which, rrpudiat
ir g all di sire of aggrandiz-Taunt or
ooi qaest, would concentrate itseff rts
to promo e the independent develop
ment of thoie SUtes and prevent the
establishment over any of thm of any
protectorate not provided for in the
traty, or the btsrtion over those
couutries ot the lerinanent influence
of any one f ireiga power. Cheers.
"As rj(ads Austro-Hungary's al
liance w th Germaoy, contiuued the
Premier, "there has bei no change
inAuBtro-Ilungary's fore'gn relations.
We S'and with Germany on th old
baeis. We have no doubt we shall be
able to p'e'etv the mutual conditions
neceisaryto the existence cf each
S a e without en langering the general
peace. We regurd the treaty if Bir
'in as still in lorce, althoogh it has
been violated in certain case;, the
mot eetioui of which occurred last
year in Eiftern Rmmelia. We be
lieve tbe treaty of Berlin ought to con
tinue to be maintained. Nor has any
power 'n'orined U9 of its having as
sumed a contrary position. Austro-
Huogary sdherts to her repeatedly
declared opinion that should Turkey
rliim the right accirded in the Bil
ks' s pentneular - no other power
woud be entitled to resort
to armed intervention or to
the establishment of protectorata
thtrs; a ho, that no change in tbe
cons it'it onal or territorisl relations
of tbe Bilkan countries can bs effect
ed without the consent of the powers
signa'ory to the treaty of Berlin.
These are the outlines of our aims,
which we hope will be successful and
be attained in harmony with the
other rowers and withou'. disturbing
the peace of Europe. We shall cot
et danger the success of our endeav
ors by any prematura decarations in
grand, eloquent pbras s. To attaiu
this eni we sba'l labor with ca'mness,
whxh is dou ly necoeeary iu thtss
cr tical times. We shall labor with
mrdera'ion, but at tbe same time
with earne t' ecs a' d rsoln't n."
When Herr Tisza finished he was
greeted with cbeers from all parts of
All the Dtjnutf ?s wrre displeased by
tbe P emier's s atement. Deputy
Howath maiota'ned that Hungary
did not wautruch peace as that wtiicb
the German alliiccs ee. ured. Others
asserted that Rasiia had vio a'ed the
treaty cf Berlin. A prop'sal to re
open the discussion was r jte'ed. Iu
reply ti te requests ot Deputies
Howath and Apponyi tbat immediate
debate be granted, the Premier de
clared thai a more precise reply was
impits ble. His explanation, he said,
war far fuller than that of the
British Government; for instance,
should the Aurtro-IIungarian po'icy
be modified, he would know his duty.
He was nnable to name the date on
which paper-i on questions at issue
would be submitted the to House. No
binding engagement had been entered
into in re gird to Russia's candidate
for the Bulgarian thron. . He asked
tbe Houee not to mtke pending ques
tions subject fnr debate, aiding that
such a course would be paramount to
a vote of want of confidence in the
Tbe opposition complain that
Premier Tisza failed to state decis vi
ly whtther Austria would oppose Rus
sian occupation of Bolgurla, while the
government party agree tbat such a
etatmont would unnecessarily pro
voke Russia, who has not yet mads
any official expression of intention to
decupy that country.
State of M(t Kniacsl.
Sofia, Saptember 30. The state of
siege has been raised. The govern
ment offers to deal on'y with the ac
tual leaders of the plot and proposes
that the elections be held on October
10th tbe Assembly not to be convened
until the cmdidate for the throne has
been made known. Gen. Kaulbarp,
however, rffues to make any copc?b
sion and tbrea'ens to depart unless
Russia's demands are agreed to.
Ambon of the Revolution Mlaainsr.
Moscow, September 30. A Sofia
diira'ch to the Moscow Gazelle fays:
Dimitrieff, tbe mau who actually ar
rested Alexander and the authors of
the revolution, and Capt. Wasoff, a
Russian student at the Engineera'
Academy, have disappeared and no
trace of them on be found. It is
feared tbat Gen. Kau'bars's mission
will prove fntile.
Sen. Kanlbnra's) Note to the Bulgn
Sofia, September 30. Gen. Kaul
bars has addressed a note to the Bul
garian Government complaining of
the treatment received by distributors
of bis circu'ar ye.Mer Jay. The govern
ment, in reply, gays that the law would
punish all parsons guilty of violence;
tbat the government could not be held
resporsible for ths effect of so inflam
matory a document. Tha circular has
been nicknamed the "Czar's ten c m
mandme ots " The authorities cf Phil
liDoppolis have retu-ed to placard
G;n. Kaulbas's telexram containing
the Rustian demand-.
England Upholding auatrla.
London, October 1. The Standard,
commenting on Herr von Tieza's
speech in toe Hungarian Parliament,
"Herr vnn Tirzj shows that cn
whatever aide arrangements have b?en
made with ths Czar,ibe alliance cf
Anst'ia and Germany has never been
euperce del by the triple alliance. The
cards of at least one European power
are on the table and are f oun t io suit
admirab'y to tbe honest fame of
English foreign policy, which tbe gov
ernment has reeo'ved to p'ay."
Proposed tonnrll t Irlth Hooae
London Sep ember30. A council
of home rulers s shortly to be held in
Liverpool. 'I'. P. O'Connor will pre
side. He will be eupported by riex
ton, Biggar, Uealy and O'Brien. Del
egates will be present from 500
branches. The conference will close
with a d-moiiB'ratinn and banquet.
Joseph Bropby, the fnmous feuian,
died in the workh' use at Liverpool.
Preparing; for Coercion in Ireland.
London, September 30. The police
in South Ireland have bean instructe i
from' Dublin Cestle to obtain detiils
of the pereonnel and organization of
various branch b of tbe JNational
League. J'hip, it ij supposed, fore
shadows decided action by the sov
ernment. Tenants in county Clare
are paying rent where an abatement
of from 15 to 20 per cent, is allowed.
Starving Tnemploytd Workmen.
Dublin, September 33. A body of
unemployed workmen appeared be
fore tbe Beard of Guardians at Cork
tiday and clamored for work. They
sa;d they were In a drplornble condi
tion; that the Nationalises had noth
ing tor them, and but for the Defense
Union they would have fared even
worse than tbey bad. The Bond of
Gua'dians wa unable to assist them.
From the Pruttlai Capital.
Berlin, 8-p'ember .30. Herr
Schwabe, a German merchant long re
eidingin England, bas prveented an
art ball to Hamburg with 128 oil paint
iugs, many of tbem vey valuable, by
modern German, English and French
The report ct the German Life Bat
Association shows that the society
now ha? 100 stations, and during tbe
p sttwtnty years his been instru
mental in stving 1578 lives, including
228 eaved by rck-t apparatus.
The Cologne Gazette t London corre
spondent says: Ds'ension has broken
out between the only two German an
arcbit rlubs in London and threatens
to lead ti violene. One of the clubs
has the Freiheil as its organ and a Bel
gian named Dave as it) leader. Dave
is an intimate Mend of Jobann Mott
Toe other club, named Autonomic, has
the Anarchitt as its organ and an Aus
trian named Petckert as leader. Only
three weeks egi the two clubs mtt iu
Cleveland Hall and expressed sympa
thy with the Cbicrg) anarchists. Now
tbey have drawn daggers against each
What the Marquis or Blpon Tliinbe.
Loudon, Sjptember 30ir-The Mar
qu a of Ripon, speaking at a meeting
this evening of the Liberal and Rid
ical Association, said it would have
been better if tbe government bad
consented to the reasonable proposes
of Parnell, thus rendering impossible
eviction, coercion and tbeir attendant
evils. Tbe Nationalists intend to hold
aconferaccs at Liverpool November
Minister De Frejclnet at Hon),
Pabis, September 30 Prime Min
ister Da Freycittet arrived at Mont
pe ier today, where he was received
ny the local authorities. Gen. Birge,
onbdhalfof the otlicetsof the garri
eon, expressed thir devotion to tbe
Repub ic ani their willingness to rac
rifice themselves for her glnry and
honor. The BUhop, at the heal of
the local clergy, assured the Miui.-tsr
that they were imbued with a scnee of
their duties toward the chnrch and
thacountry. M. De Freycinet reply
ing, said that he wished the entire
cietgy of France entertained similar
The Belgian Ktnc'a Vialt to Empei or
Paris, September 30. The visit of
of Leopold. King of the Belgians, to
Emperor Willia n, has caused much
comment hers. King Leopold is re
ported to have made to the German
Emperor the fjllowing declaration:
"I have nothing to gain from Repub
lican France. If she defeated Germany
the Belgian monarchy, would be over
thrown, whereas the iriumph of Ger
many would make my throne secure."
Women Overpowor and Imprison
U nicer a.
Dublin, September 3n. At Mill
town, Millbay, County Clare, today,
while the Sheriffs were employed in
distraining on the property of a man
named Kelly, the married women of
the neighborhood attacked, overpow
ered and imprisoned all tbe officers
engaged, while their husbands secured
tbe rattle and removed tbem from the
A Nensatlon at Berlin.
Beblin, October 1. A senation has
been occasioned in "Berlin by the dis
closure of a let'er by tbe means of
which it was attsmpt-d to run tbe so
cialist vote for CoiiHt Bismarck at tbe
last election in Lavenburg. The au
thor, s judge, has been discovered at
Ratznburg and has been placed on
trial for forgery and attempted bribery.
Munich, September1 30. Frana
Adam, the historical painter, is dead.
Birijn, September 30. It is ru
mored that a plot to blow up a train
on which tbe Czar was traveling has
bten discovered at St. Petersburg.
London, Sep'ember 30 Jockey
Webb, wbile riding at Newmarket
jesterday. was thrown from bis horse
and had h s collar bone broken. He
will be unable to ride again this sea-
London, September 30. A block of
bouses was burced at Llchter yes'er
day, the occupants beine Barrow, a
leather manufacturer; Wright, boot
and thoe dealer, and Riley, bo.-iery
dealer. The loai was 100,000.
For Additional Foreign JS'ewt See TMrd
DYNAMITE OR GLYCERIC
WHEX EXPLODED A SURER IX
DI'.'ATION OK LARlHQCiKE
Than Wigging's Prophecies-Shakes
Few and Light The Weather
Here and I here.
Charleston, 8. C, September 30.
The weather t 'day is cloudy, cool and
threatening rain. There have been
no earthquake ehcckt since 1 o'clcck
on Tuesday. Several persons say there
were two slinht trmo's this morning
about 6 o'clock, but the reports have
not been verified. Wiggios is the
worst despired and least teared man
today in tbe universe, and the teara
he aroused are sneedily dying out.
There has baen no I t np in tbe work
os repairing ot damager.
NighU The day has passed quietly,
nothing happening, to disturb the peo-
Ele's returning contiJence in the sta
ility of things in general. A slight
tremor at 5 p.m. h taid to have been
felt by some persons, but not generally
throughout the city. The weather
was slightly cool this morning, but
much warmer to-night.
From tbe rrMldout of the Red Cross
Chicago, September 30 Miss Clara
Bartir, president rfthe American
Association of the Red Crocs, who is
at present in Cbarleaton, has written
Mayor Harrison shout the condition
of things in tbat city. She says in her
letter: ''FuUillirg my promise to re
port.Iwould Fay tt at dunae to proper
ty is not over estimated. Scarcely a
house is left whole. The people are
bravely struggling, full of gra'itude
for the e ympatny and help so generous
ly bestowed. I have informed Mayor
Uourtenay cf : your movement in
Chicago, for whlcn he iB deeply grate
ful, but htB ms to say that as soun as
the greatest ceed for present contri
butions is met, ha will telegraph the
fact over the country and request
that no more be sent. He hopes two
thirdsof ths sum required iB already
Frightened toy a liynainlte Explo
sion. Nvack, N. Y., September 30. Ju:t
before 10 o'clock this morning a
lieavy shock resemb'ing ths n.he of
an eaithquake Battled the people
here. Colored tolkt wera frautic.
One colored faroi'y nmnsd West ran
out of ths house ecreaining in trrror.
They wera told th it it was an earth
quake from Charleston, and the bead
of tbe family cried: "Wrgnina." The,
shock is supposed to be caused by a
heavy exploi-ioa of dynamite some
where near here.
A Quake a Bridgeport, t'oan.
BRinoKi'onT, Conn , September 30.
A severe shock, supposed to have
been an earthquake, was felt here at
9:57 o'clock this morning. Buildings
were sever -ly shaken up in the west
ern part c f the city and ths tenants
wers terribly "frightened. In one
house a lamp was thrown from the
mante piece and broken. Many pue
rile thought that Wigqins'a prediction
for yesterday had come to pas?. As
far a) can be learned no particular
damage was done. ,
Said to Be Dns to a Dynamite Ex
Nbw York, September 30 It is said
that the shocks felt in Westchester
and pottiona of Eastern Connecticut
this morning were due to an explo
sion of dynamite at Ray Cheater, West
cheater county, N. Y.
The Earthquake WorklnaT Morth.
Naw Havks, Conn , Sip'ember 30.
At 10:10 o'clock tbil morning the
telegraph operators at B anfor t and
Bridgeport reported tbat slight shocks
bad just been felt at tboso places. At
Wbeelei & Wilson's Sewing Machine
Works, in Bridgeport, the shock was
distinctly felt, me windows of the
shops bjifcg severely rattled.
A Continuous Humbling:.
Port Jkffkrson, L. I , N. Y., Sep
tember 30. A continuous rumbling
was felt here at 9:58 o'clock this morn
ing. A Cold Wave la the Northwest.
Chicago, 111., September 30. lhe
Signai Service report the approach of
a odd wave. Trie temperature Mill
drop from 10 to lf within the next
A Northwester on Luke Mlclilnao.
Milwaukee, AV'ib , September 30.
A fietco north wes er prevailed on
Late Michigan la t night and owners
of vessels are on the anxious seat.
The only cisisters reported thus far
are tbe stranding of the schooners
John Bean and Hawkins, at Muske
Ron. Snow Storm in Northern Mlehliian.
Marqubttb, Mica , September 30.
A tnow itorm prevails here. The
wind and sea on Lake Saperior are
very heavy, and vessels are seeking
shelter at Marquette.
A Tremendous Cave In.
Niw Orleans, La , September SO.-
A tremendous cave in occurred in the
river bank in front of Turnerville
thia morning, 400 feet long by 200 feet
wide. It caused destruction of prop
erty belonging to Chaffee & Co., (rank
Turner, Louis Lszard and others
This is tbe third cave in in front of
Plaqnemine and suburbs thia month.
Cold Wait Approaching.
Washington, September 30. A se
vere ftorm ia now central north of
Lake Huron, moving rapidly eastward,
with sudden acil great barometric
changes, which will cause high sou'h
west winds in its eastern quadrants
and northwest winds with decidedly
lower ternperatare in its wes'ern quad
rants. A cold wive U moving south
ward in its rear, over-preariing Minne
sota and East Dakota, and will prob
ably Ir felt in Wiecorsin, Illinois,
Iowa, Nebraska and Northern Kansas
and M'ssouii byooight.
The best remedy for neuralghis,
chronic rhenmatis " and gout is Sal
vation Oil. Price, 25 cents.
Mrs. Cleveland in Buffalo.
Bukfalo, N.Y., September 30. Mrs.
Cleveland, acenmpauied by her mother
and Benj. II. Fuleorn, arrived in tbis
city froru Washintton today, and pro
ceeded to the residues of Mra. Alice
Foleom, whore gu-sti the party will
be over Sunday. The party came via
Philadelphia. Tins is Mrs. Cleve
land's first visit to Buffalo since her
departure Jor Europe about a year
"Ir I bad to walk ten miles for it I
would not be without Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup in my family," is whit we heard
lady ssy a few days since.
And Country Store Insurance Uivea
Special attention, by
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Room t, Cotton Eicbasaa Building.
Capital Represented, SIIU.OOO.OOO.
aa-Invttes Corrsspandencs and Interview.
MISS S. F. MAY'S
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ISO. 57 MA1HSO.V KTUEKT,
THE stockholders of the rasonis Tempi
are heretiy notified that the annual elec
tion lor a President and five Directors will
he held in the Temple Building, on MON
DAY, OCIOUK 11 4, m, between ths hours
of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
D. P. H APDEN, President.
BY virtue nt tbe terns of s deed of trust,
ex 'CUtei and dellvored to ni as truf tee
by M. W. folk and B. F. Polk, to i-oure the
indebtedness therein mentioned, reoor 'ed in
Chattel Book No HI. page tut), of the h (lis
ter's ufiino of Hbeihy oountr, I will sell at
publio emery fo ea h, to the hishest and
best biddor, en the promises, No. SM b'econd
street. Memphis, Tonn., commencing at 10
On Tuesday, October S, 1HS6,
a'l f the personal P'merty located therein,
being the entire outfit ol the b'mrding house
of the said M. W. Polk and 13. K.Polk.
Bald property is subject to Inspection of per
sons desiring to purchase from and alter thia
date. T. H. WAKING, Trustee.
A. M. Btodpish, Auctioneer.
Security Bank of Memphis
Reoma to be doing a good business at No. 4t
Maolsoii slreei. It does s general Bank
ing, Sale Deposit, Trust andMavlnas Unit It
business. Its officers and Hoard of Directors,
whose namei appoar in another oolumn, are
second to none in this seoiiou in point of
business and financial standing.
No. 23S Main Street.
MEMPHIS, .... TKlVtf.
OPEN TUB KNT1RE 1 EAR.
TUB course of study Is extended, thorough
and practical, affording superior facili
ties for obtaining a sound buainens education.
For Catalogue call at tho schoolroom or
address T. A. LKUD1M. Prtnoipal.
Sheriff's Sulo of Groceries, Liquors,
BY virtue of n order of salt to roe direct
ed, from the honorable Chancery Onurt
of Shelby county, in oause No. ttft'5, Theo
dore Head vs K. Duntie et al., I will.
On Hatnrilar, October 9, IHH9,
within legal hours, sell' to tbe highest bid
ders, fur cash, the stock of (Jrooeries, Wines,
Liquors, Fixtures, to., of K. Duntas A Co.,
at No. 40 Madison street. Said stook con
sists of fresh imported fanoy goods. Bids,
however, will be received within the ten days
for the entire stock and fixtures, to be sub
mitted to tho Court for approval or rejection.
Psrties dosiring to make bids will have ao
cess to the stock by applying to me, or T. rJ.
Mallnry, Deputy Sheriff.
This the 2Uth day of September. 1KHS.
W. D. CANKON. Sheriff.
W. W. Goodwin, L. A. K. Lehman. U. W.
Millir et al.. Attorneys for Complainants.
School of Drawing and
46 IV. Court Nt. J. W. Iale, Prln.
PROP. DALK. a graduate of the National
Hchnol of Kl outlon and Oratory, Phila
delphia, Pa , will reoeive a limited numherof
pupils in Crayon and Pastel Drawing and Klo
cutton. aeliuol Opesis October Ifl. Terms
Reasonable. Public Headings a Specialty.
BOOK AGENTS glSSg
UUAIIANTEKIs NAI.ARY t
With Practical, Successful Experience To
Travel, Emnlov and Instruct Canvassing
Agents for Pictorial, Stardard, New, siala
ble Books. Address, stating salary expected,
wi h exporionce. books car.vatsrd, Hnirree or
succexs, etc., tJiiarnntee Pnlillnltliia;
to , II2Q fine at . H1. I.miix, i
mi. it. l. ij vsivi,
VUyaU:hm, nrirfon and Ai-conchnr,
RKSIDKSCK AND 0FF1CK.
St;) Main Mreet, JVear 1 iilou.
Telephone No. PH.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLES ALB AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISOK STREET.
W.A. 1VMJ3 ATI. EY
Ileal Estate A sent,
AND V. 8. COMMISSIONEIt
' awl Wain, near Wadleon.Wemphm.
ALL persons desirous of securing "afa
and Unliable Isssuranee, at ttOW
eat Hates, on UIN HUUHKH, ess be ac
commodoted by applying to ths
Planters' Fire and Marine
INSUKANCE I OMPANY,
At 41 Madison Nt., Memphis, Tens
H. KioiNxaa Orrtoi
No. ZA0 Front rtreet.
Memphis, Tenn., September 25, 18)16,
SEALED PRUPOHALS-In duplicate, will
be received at this office until noon of
Ootober 11, 1HM, end then and there publicly
opened, for ths delivery, on barges, ol tns
following apptexiuiats quantities of ma
terials, via. r
8000 eords of Willow Brush.
7ml cords of Willow or Cottonwood Poles.
500 lineal feet of Cypreas Piling.
For instructions for bidding, specifications
and condition! nf delivery, apply to the
above address. The right te reject any and
all bids is reserved.
SMITH 8. LRACII,
Captain Engineers, U.S.A.
THE stockholders of ths Dome Insurance
end'l'r-jst Uompany are hereby notified
that the annual election for thirteen direc
tors will be held at tbe office nf tho Company,
No 2H8 Front street on W KDNhSDA Y, OC
TOBER 6, 1KH0, between the hours of 11 a.m.
and 2 p.m. K. L. M:(!OW AN, President.
Mum Pmci, Seoretary.
A. F.Davis, Painter
HAS RHMOVED TO
No. 353 Hocond.south of Union.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGT.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEMPHIS - - TEIOT.
A MAFK l P. POSIT THI NT OMPANY AMIS HAvIftsj BASK.
NO. 43 MADINOX NTUKET, MEMPIIIM, TEKiN.
R. D. Fbatsir, Pres. W. N. Wiliissok, V. P. R. J. Black, Cashier.
lltsAKIs OF IIIKIXTORS.
W. D. Bethell, T. II. Allen, W. F. Taylor. K. Dudley Frayser. R. R. Soowden, J. R.
Godwin, 8. P. Head, W. A. tWIIiamton, Jonn UverUn, Jr , b. I. McDowell, W. N. WU
kerson, R. J. Slack.
Depos'.'r ,-eoeived from SO cent! upward, and interest allowed on same semi-annually.
Will buy sell local securities, act as Trustee, Receiver, etc., lor corporations or Indi
viduals. Have a commodious vault for the deposit nf valuables fur the benefit of RK()U
LAK C0ST0MKHK, free ot charge. Hsfo Deposit Boxes for ran. Matlna. Nperlally
r4liellel. AHihnrls-d ll. a Senernl Hntnsr Hulne.
SiicoMsori to rOKTEH, TAILOR A CO
BTO. QO FROTTT STREET, t t KTF.MPFTTR. TENg
' Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANOE COTTON PRESS,
1M11U017U OINW,' - "
Ntemn KnKincH, Marhlnei-y of All llPNcrlptlonn,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS. TENN.
SLEDGE BBOSof Como, MU,
: COTTON FACTORS,
Noa. 3K6 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tens.
HERNANDO INSURANCE CO
OF MEMPHIS, TEX.
OFFICE 24 Madlfton fSI. (UfHoto llanh IlulIdiiiK).
H. II. PUNSnOMB, R. L. COCHRAN, J. It. McDAVITI, F. M. NKLBON,
L. UANAUKR. A.VAOCARO. J. R. PKPi'KR, W, B. MALLORT,
N. FONTAINE, JOK. BRUCK. J. T. WILLIN8.
.ir.l)I)NSC(MB.Prei't. JOS. IIKIK K. V.-Pres't. I J. H. l)tlSf!OMn.SBc'y
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. K. UODWIN.IWU J.M.,vHUUUAl(, Vlee-Preit. C. H. BAINE, Cuhlea,
33osrct oT Dtrvotora.
T. B. TURLIT, J. M. OOOUBAR. J. R, 90DWnf,
W. H. BRUOB, H. OAVIN, J, W. FALLS.
?. j8 NKLHON. T. B. BIMr, V?. P.tuNAVAI?
J, fi, SMITH. C11ARLSH RNKYa R. J. BLACK.
W, N. VYILKfeRHON, H. T. COOPER, H. K. COr"FIN,
"oWARMIMTBAD,' O.B.BRYAN. A. W. NBWHOltL. ,
as"A Bepaatutry nf tha Ntata nt Tanneasee, Tranaaata n Meaeral ltaaV..
Baiaineas anal elves Mpeelal Alteaiian Us Volletlowa.-ja
ALABAMA SPLINT COAL!
XXets UNTO Superior-
a-nry and Clean from tha t'ara in Unantllles to Hall Parrhaaers.
Office. 278 Second St. "KT' ) Yard. M. & C. Depot.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noi. 326 and 328 Main
tm-OTH aiTOCK or FA II. WIMTKR OOOI" IS LARGER A BIB M3
OOMPI-KTK THAN STCK BIIOKR. and our rrloei will oompare wiU thoie of an J BSVt;
In the tailed Stales, We are At ents for '
Tenenaee Manaftidariag Cc'i Plaids, Drills, Hbeetlngr,. Shlrtlar, E2
XaXllVinaTOSaT can 3rA.Tj.,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCIIAN' iS.
Vn. BUI Front Mreol. Cor. Ftiloti. MemtsliK Teun.
And Commission Merchants,
JJos. 84L and 80 HadIaon Street, Hembi1
U. W. SIACUiE.
F. M. ROBFLEET, Beiitleit Partaer.
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