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MEMPHIS, TENXmATUKDAY, OCTOHEIt 2, 1SSIJ.I
VOL. XL VI NO. 230
TOE TAILOR BROTHERS SPEAK
TO A THLONU AT JACKSOX.
Manning; to Remain in the Cablaet-
Isr-MUL T0 IB! 1PMAL.I
Jabicrom. Tmm. Ocober 1. The
annnnnrwment that B,b and Alf TV
lor wou'd. speak here today drew the
largest crowd that ns ever asaeniDiea
in this citv eince the memorable cam
paign of 1881. At an early hoar this
morning Madison an1 adjomini coun
ties and a portion ui iuiueitmippi imparl
to ponr into the citv until the crowd
was estimated at 9009 or 10 000, and
all were enthusiastic for 15 jo lay lor.
A procession of ceveral thou and on
horsbbaik and loot and in carriages
escorted -Bob Taylor from the duijot
amid the yel s and hurrahs for the
next Qoveroor of Teuneeee. Such
enthusla m is unpsra 1-lei in the his
tory of the country. Volley afwr vol
lev of caDnon was fired, until the re
verbc-raiion !-ou:d( d like the thunder j
of war tenty-thr.e or twenty-Jour
All aloofi the various streets thou
sands cf ladies and children 6 to 3d in
the doors and on the Bidxwalks, wav
ing handkerchirfs end jell nn "God
bleaa oar next Govern r." Our Bob
gracefully waved Lis white lilt bat in
' At 1:30 o'clock Jurtg T. C. Mnse
introduced Alf faylor. He labored
hard to snow that the Republican
arty was the only party that was a
nena to ice people, nis wooie two
honrs' speech was principally on the
ti i r, i ii i i. A
dibit Din. it was a nuwu ui w
same speech be has mad all through
the State. There were very few pres
ent who were in sympathy with Alf.
Bob fallowed Alf. He was in'ro
dnced bv J. Vf. Gates. He preceded.
as usual, to discuss the vital issues of
the campaign, His t pei-cn was forci
ble and eloquent. Time and agtin he
was interrupted by tremendous ap
plause Hie speecu was one of toe
most forcible and telling cf the cam
paign. He as wiled the existing war
tariff and the Blur bill. Every word
seemed to sink deep into the hearts of
his heaieri. . Maiiiaon county is for
Bob Taylor fi st, last and ell the time.
IBPIOIAL TO TBI ArTlL.I
Jacksom, Tbnm., O tsber l.-The
crowd here lo lav was rimp'y grand,
from 12,0.0 to 15,000 overflowing with
Democratic enthuti sm. A spesial
train vent for the cand. dates to Bethel
Springs .this morning, loading down
several cars and also several having
aboard a battery of trine guns, keep
ing up talutes all a ong, aid at all t
tione. A most rraguitkeut prccPS ion
escorted Bob tirmgh the principal
streets to tbe pubi c sqnare. The ar
rangements proved inadequate to set
tle and Make cotrjfortab'e such a man
of stirring, excited and enthtuiastic
. Alf opened his speech in fine style,
but it became evident that the aim of
each onUider to, get cloeer caused a
buzs of eonfusion, em bams ing the
speaker, and under such a sta eof
circumstances he fpoke with greit
difficulty, but his speech was decidedly
able and deeply imitated the crowd.
After Alf cosd Bob was intro
duced by Job. a W. Gat s, and he too
had to speak under embarrassment,
bnt he warmed np w th his argument
and bo electrified the crowd tbat
they ,y began to li ten and got
more- and mote Interested
until he chained them from
canter to circumference. Never bif re
have I heard B.b so thrilling'y elo
quent as today iu his arraignment of
Repnblicaaiem, and he deeply im
pressed ever) b dy. Madi-on is aoubly
ptond cf tr eir Dem ciatic leader and
he will make a cli an sweep.
H. W. Mctor y ir pos-8 to give a
cannon to that diet irt giving no Re
publican Vote and a b noerto the dis
trict giving the largest Democratic
Ihe demonstration hare su'pacs
any and all ever before rean iu tuis
citv, and it is uuely impo s b e to
give any adequate d sciiption of what
is simply indescribable.
Davidson County Executive Com
' iBnCiab TO TBI AFPKAL.J
Nashvillb, Tknn., October 1. The
Davidson County Democratic! Execu
tive Committee! is called to meet in
the County Ccu t room at 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning. Tbe nominees
of the late convemion are expected to
be present. The committee of con
- saltation will mikn their final report
to the Executive Committee, atd the
people will then know definitely who
they will be expected to vote f jr.
The Whale Cabinet "Enlisted for
Wabhimotoi, Octobsr 1. The Star
tonight says: At the Treasury Depart
ment there seems to be no importance
attached to the leport tbat tne Presi
dent bus offered tbe Secretaryship
of the Treasury to Senator McPher
son. It may be sta'ed with certainty
that Secretary Manning is going back
to the Treasuiy. He has decided to
remain at the head of tbe department
so long aa hia health will permit him
to do so, even to the end of Mr. Cleve
land's term. Wuen the members of
Mr. Cleveland's Cabinet accepted tbe r
appointments it was with the under
standing that they "enlisted for the
war;" tnatthty wou'd remain in tbe
Cabinet until tne end of the term. A
Demccratio administration was an ex
periment, and many sations obstacles
had to bs overcome and stability
was neceesarv. It was important tbat
there should be no breaking up of the
Cabinet. Tony had to work together,
come what miht, to carry into e (fact
Democratic measures and make the
administration a euccess. Of cou se
such a calamity ts the illness of Mr.
Manning was not taken into considera
tion. When he was in such a critical
condition that it wai uncertain wheth
er or not he would recover, and he
was oblitred to leave the department,
it seemed as if his retirement could
not be avoided. Conseqnently bis
resignation was sent in. Now be is
apparently recovered in health and he
is willing and desires to eland
by- the ship and see the
administration thnngb, if hie.
physical condition will admit of it.
He would put himself to great per
sonal Inconvi nii-vc ti do thi. His
abeence wonld be a seiious lo-s to tbe
Cabinet, aid Mr Cleveland wonld f el
it keenly. Of rou se, as a friend, Mr.
Cleveland w ,uld no, urgn upon him
too s'ronglv tj remain if it would be
an injury t) his betlih, but be will
do all he cm to retain his services
with nt tax ng hi-s rength. It mey
be said with rprr.'In v thai; Mr. Mn-
nlng will make the trial. Those
who are in a pos'iioa to be
tbe best informed on tbe si 'nation
do not th nk that Senator MrPberson
will be tbe Secretary of theTrFarU'y
sbou'd Mr. Manning finl by experi
ence that his retirement from active
life is necf ss'ry ti his ha1th. At any
rate it is Btned tbat feerretarv Man
ning will give himself a fair trial, and
it s the general impression that under
any circutns'aoces ne w;u not retign
until after the November elections,
Tbe President will fien be better able
to iud.e of the status of tbe adminie
t'ation before the people iind t make
a fiiii able saleclion of another Cabinet
' CoDgremlonal Nominations.
; Dallas. Tax.. October 1. The R
publicans of the bixth Corg-esfional
District yesterday nominated Judgs
A. B. Norton for Congress.
' Manchbstbb, N. H, October l.-
The Rev. Daniel C. Knowles. of Til
ton, was yelerday nominated for Rp
resntat ve in Congress by the 1 ro
hibi ion sts of the First District.
St. Louis, Mo ; Octobtr 1. The Pro
hibitionitts of this citv met iu conven
tion last night aud nominated a full
city and S ate Lo.is'.ut: ve ticket. The
following nominations for Coner.ss
were alno made: Eighth Distr'ct
James H. liar is: Ninth Dittrint, Wm
C. Wibon; Tenth Dhtsic', Emerson
Benaailonal Suit la Profrei la the
iBrlOIAL TO TBB APPEAL. I
Nash villi, Tenn., October 1.
Quite a sensatioral suit is in pi ogress
in the Criminal Court. It is that of
the Sta e vs. George W. Coleman. The
defendant was indictea on tbe caarga
nf admini-terion drags to taura
Brantley and thereby securing abor
tion. Tbe girl, wno is only 10 yens
o'd, and a daughter of the late James
B ant ey, ex-cororer cf this county
we put oa tbe stand today. She tn-tifl-d
that before her father's death
Co eman vifi'ed her es a swi-e heart,
and under an engajement of marriage
two rears azo eilecled Her ruin. A
second rrs rt to medicine failed, and
some months ago Miss Brantley gave
birtb to a nud. miss Brantlev said
sbe tried alter tne Diriti ot tne cbin
to gat Coleman to comply with the oft
repeated promiss oi marriage, bnt be
refused, and defied her to appeal to
tbe law. An indictment was the re
A Kearo Crashed Beyond Kecovery
bf a Locomollve.
TSPIOIAL TO THB APPIAL.I
BiRuiyoHAH, Ala., October 1.
Abint daylight this morning a negro,
Dock Wr ghr, while crossing railrcads
near trie depot beie, was am-st
caught by a train, and in getting out
of the way slip ed in front ol a Louis
ville and ftashvil.e switch engine,
hich crushed him so that he can
Cattle Owner Have a riant With
Officers No Cattle Yet
Chicago, III., October 1. This fore
noon some of tbe owners of the cattle
quarantined at tbe PboenixDistilIery
luaded up a quantity of the baled bay,
which is a'si under quarantine, aud
start dto drive ff wi:h it. Special
Dupuiy Sheriff William Taylor inter-
lened ana ordered tne nay unloaded.
A young man named Ryan, after curs
ing the State officers, the veterinarians
and everybody connected with the
quarantine, knocked the officer down.
A crowd of cattle owners gathered and
tbe offieir was agtin knocked down
and. badly tru sad, while the milk
wagon with tbe bales of hay was
driven away. Two special guards,
wearing SheiiflY stars, were near by,
but d'd not come to the resiue. No
arrests have yet occurred, though the
peniilty f r thn offt-nee is a serious one.
"I shall not kill any anima' that we
have not money to ray for," said Com-mi-eior
er Mcthesney' today. "It may
bn aft r we get tbe thing vithn
bounds where we are cure 'twill rot
si read tht tbe general ebught-r my
be d layed until the meetii g oi the
Legis'atnre, or until the numher of
sick c tele bi comes small enougisi
tbat the presict appropriation will
cover the va'ue i f tbe animals killed.
Washington, October 1. Commis
sioner Coleman, ot tbe Dapartment of
Agricultuie, has received a report
from Dr. C. K. Dyer, tbe veterinary
surgeon who was sent to ascertain
what d sass had broknn out in the
counties rf Loudon, Farqubar and
Prince William, in Virginia, communi
cated bv cattle obtained fiom Chicago,
in which he says the disease is Texas
fever and not pleoro pneumonia.
If it is a case of cut or hruise. or
break, or sprain, Salvation Oil will set
tle matters for 25 cants.
The Pnblie Printer and the Union
Washington, October 1. A committee
of ihe Union Veterans called upon the
Public Printer today in behalf of their
comrades who bad been discharged
from the Government Printing Oinc.
Mr. Banedict assured them tbat the
Union soldiers in his office need not
fear d siba-ge if competent and atten
tive to duty.
Havi used Tongaline, both in pri
vate and hospital practice, and found
it all I could desire. Physicians here
who have tried Tongaline regird it as
O. M. FIELD, M.D., Plalnflel.1, N. J.
The Senate Fisher Committee.
Peovincbtown, Mass., October 1.
Senators Saulsbury, Edmunds and
Fiye, of te Senate Fishery Commit
tee, arrived here at noon on the rev
enue cotter Galatea, and took tes'i
mony this afternoon regarding the ef
fects of reciprocity In ; fish in Cape
Ood'i interest, V
PBEPAEi ,F0E FLOODS.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ings subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement It is
Granted the Application.
Washington, October 1. Tbe Treas
ury Ddpar.m nt his granted ' the ap
plica ion for Deroi's'ion it transnort
certain crates in bind fiom New Or-
lnans to r-lautht:-r;ng houses in the in
tedor of Tex i and for their return to
New Or eaoa filled w th freih beef for
exporta'iop, provided bond givm
for said return witliin period of
thirty days, v
SlfUATlOJ U BULGARIA.
UERR TISZA'S SPEECH GENER
ALLY WELL RECEIFED.
Modification of Demands by Gen.
laulbarg Tiews of the Press
Sofia, October 1. The people
throughout tbe country have held
meetings and adnp'ed resolutims beg
ging the government to reject Gen.
Gen. Kaulbars's moderation ia due
to telegram from DeQiers to the
effect tt at Russia did not with ti in
terfere with the Bu'garian constitution
or with the dome tic aflai:s of Bul
garia. Several officers arretted for pgrtici-
fiation in the revolution have been re
eased on parole.
M. StambnloS has informed Gen.
Kaulbars that he himself and all the
Minis'ers and Regants a e willing to
give a pieags tnat Alexander will not
Alexander's Abdication Voluntary.
Berlin, October 1. The North Qtr
man Gazette reiterates that Alexander's
abdication was voluntary on bis pait
it says: riu-sia, nas an old tcore
ag'.inst Alexander, but there is
no evidence that any threats
were used against htm. Tne
ecton oi Gernnnv and Auatro-
Unngary was confined to percuadirg
Aiexanaer in a connaenuai ann conr-
teons manner to ie'r-in from imme
diate executions. Alexander ought
to have been prepared to experience
plotsin a country like Bulgaria. Otber
countties experience similar plots
without their sovereigns fonhwitu re
signing. Forbidden lo PnblKh TI asa'a Speech.
London, October 1. Tbe Austrian
military attache at Sofia has ben ia
ftructed to encourage the Bu'garian
regents to resist the Russian cemands,
with a hint of eventual support.
The St. Petersbnr.r papera have been
forbidden to publish certain portions
of the speech made by the Hungarian
Premier ye6trdav. ,
The Way Tlasa's Npeech Ia Inter
preted. London, Octobsr 1. Herr Ti-ai's
speech in tbe Hungarian Diet, yes
terday, is inttrpre ed at Pesth as
rceaning that Austria would remain
neutral if Bu'gvia should submit to
Rusia, but it Bulgara should renisi
Russia that Austria wou'd prevent tbe
occupation of Bu'garia.
Mr. Gladstone Receives a nanifeato.
London, October 1. Mr. Gladst me
has received a proof copy of a mani-
f-sto to be isiued by the Scottish
Liberal Fcdeia'ion advocating home
rnle frr both the Scotch and the Irish.
Mr. Gladstone, ia reply, fissures the
federation that if he feels giatefal fir
Scotland's action in the Irish question
he feels yet more confident concerning
the efficiency of the action in the
London, October 1. The death is
announced of the Rev.Wm. Hepworth
Thompson, D.D., 8.A. He was in his
Tisaa'a Speech elves tleaeral Satis
Pksth. October 1. Herr von Titra
adopted the unusual course of reading
his speech in the Hungarian Parlia
ment yesterday. Printed copies were
given to tbe newspapers in order to
avoid mistakes. The speech gives
general sa'isfactinn, although it is
thought to bs lacking in explictness
on tbe governmenta r-lations with
Germany. It is exported tliac the ef
fect of the speech in Bulgaria will be
to encourage tbe government to re
Approved or by the Press.
Visnna, October 1. Tbe entire
press of Vienna approve of Premier
Tir-za's speech in tne Hungarian Par
liament at restti yexternay.
The London "I lines" on Tlsan's
London, October 1. The Timet this
morning siys: England has good rea
sons to be sat'en-d with the state
ments made by Heir Tisza in the
UoDgarian Parliament ywsterday,
which ir dicata tbe point beyond which
the Au tio-G )rman alliance cannot be
strained wiihont breaking.
As Bad as War, II Not Worse."
St. Petersburg, October 1. The
Novoe Vretnya publ sties a telegram
fromMcscow which flays: The Bul
garian crisis has paralyz.d trade and
checked the revival of the bosine s
which the good harvests had incited.
Moecow is prepared for any eventuali
ty. Tbe present condition is aa bad aa
war, if not worw.
Speak In Praise of Due D'Aamale.
Pa bis. Oc'ober 1. The newspaper?
.V. a Pi,nnlii;rnn J.. l
(peak In terms of the highest praise of
tne Due D'Aumale for his gift to
London. October 1. The workshops
and attached buildings at the Villiers
dry docks at Swansea have been
On Trial for the Harder or a Domes
tic at Belvldere, B. J.
Ttm vtnvDB Nj. f OotAKnr 1 At IVa
trial of Janitor Titu, of the Collegiata
TnntttntA tnrtdv rtn Iha uliapn. nl t.t
ragiog and then murdering Tillie
there was a great crowd. The Judge
ordered all yung girls excluded.
Charles Munnich, a commercial
traveler, testified that he was in com
pany with the dead girl on the night
of the murder; tbat about 10 o'clock be
accompanied her to the Institute; that
when he left her she started to go
ik t Vi A l.nnilrff rl n nt" i r nn. tM n . i,
other doors were locked. This was
tne last seen ot tier, it was not true,
as he bad boasted to another drum
mer, that he had been intimate with
Munnlch's testimony, as to his ac
companying the girl to the institution
that, nloht snit nftrfincr frnm Ka.
corroborated by Axtsro Rivera and
iiarvey emua, siuuente, wno taw
Wm Von Mirlrls (oi,Hn, t I
' . .inuou IlSYlng
heard Titus make lascivious remarks
about tbe girl six weeks before the
Tbe remainder of the tetimony wai
rot material, and theennrt m innrna i
un'.il Monday on account of tbn ex.
trAmelT nnrvnilR ronriit.inn nf T 4..
who, it was feared, would break down
i .1 . . ... . T
ii lUH uiiaiu vi uniug ia court weie
0.CIET AT CHARLESTON.
Reperto of Heavy Shocks and Tidal
Charleston, 8. U, October 1.
There was a Blight shock here about
1 o'clock this niornicg, but so si.ht
it was not felt by tne niaiorty of peo
ple, mere were s'lgtn sbocka at
Summerville last night, but none of
them have been more perceptible
than tbe tremora felt every day since
Augnn 3is. au reports ot Heavy
snrxKS ann liuai waves ara arsolntely
otrue. The weather t day is bright
and pleasant. The cry is Jul of
workmen and everything is as quiet
anu conuoent ae couiu ua wiaiied.
fclnKnlnr IiTect or tbe Esrthqnake.
A young woman in Sav.innah ran
out oi tne noube tne nicnt oi tbeearth
ouake. and a few minu es later found
sbe could not walk. Ht-r legs were
para'yzed. More man ins, sbe cac
not remembsr any event that occurred
W'tbin the past sevea or fiirht vi-arj.
She frequently asks a q i'9 on nf some
one, and alter beir?g ocswereil, will
WitUitt a lew etconas repent tbe
same question, entirely fo-get ing tba
rbe bad esked lf. tbe rtmained in
this condition up to a f w days ag,
being utterly helplees and ui able ti
walk a step, when she g'adually be
gan to regain tbe use of her iiuil s, and
can now, by bei g suppor ed, sra k
half the length of a room. Her mem
ory is still clouded as to past events,
and she soon forgets what she sees or
Sins alar Phenomenon.
Friendship (N. Y.) Rtyistrr: During
the severe storm that visited this place
last Tnnrsday night, the thunders
ceased for time and the heavy
wind tbat was blowing almost a hnr
rii ane drove what the inmates thought
to be hailstoms wi.h much foic
aginst dwellings in the north
ern part of the town. After tbe
storm, however, the walks and road
ways were found to be literally cov
ered with very small shells, which,
when placed undera magnifying glass,
were found to be petfectly formed
snail shells. Mr. 0. S. Lane has sent
a quantity to the Snrtbsonian Insti
tute, ttating the particular-, and re
questing an er plana' Ion of the phe
Volcanle Krnpiloas In Alaska.
San Francisco, October 1. A letter
published in the Bulletin under date
of Rodiak, Alaska, September 16th.
says: A volcanic peak of Pabloff
mountiin, 300 miles cou'hwest of here,
on the Alaska peninsula, ia in erup
tion. Slight falls of volcinic dust re
sembling emery powdr t,ava been
observed. Capt. Curry, cf the schooner
Rodiik, reports (hat on August 12th,
when 100 miles fiom the volcano, his
vest el was enveloped in a black cloud.
Tbe darkness was to great tint
lamps were kept bvr.iing from
10 o'clock a.m. till 8 o'clock pm. At
the rame time black dust fell upon
the deck to a depth of rwveral inches.
Capt, Abbey, of the , Uuited Statts
steamer Cirwid, who arrived here
Augnst ztet, siso brought samples of
the dust and reported, hi vinsr heard a
noise like thunder while panning near
tha vntnatitn rstftnfi. ,)Jrt .DMhHnttl-
shocks bave been rep J-Ted thus iar in
connection with the outbreak.
Snow ft term In nichlaan.
Chihoyoan. Mich . October 1. A
heavy enow storm prevailed here for
a short tme this morning, covering
tbe ground with snow. It baa
snowed bard at intervals, but the
enow soon disappeared.
Lundborq'b perfume, Edenis
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg's perfume, Mnrchal Nile
Taken In bjm tlenlldence Ban.
Kansas Citv, Mo., October 1 Wi1!-
iam Warner, a well to do cit zen, was
induced to go to Lawrence, Kan., yra
teiduy and pay $D50'J for two gold
b ilck i which, it was sa'd, had bjen
found by an Indian in N iw Mex co.
On returning h-re tcdnv ttiei gnjiious
speculator fiu ad hi i bricks valueless.
A sniPWRKCk'Bn Bailor w diirg for a
Rail is like a business man sitting at
homo and ntireing a bmIi or cold.
Get Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup and be
U. S. Eitn
. 2H0 Front t't.
8 In dup ioats, will
Memrhlf, Tonn., 8i
UlbALiKU FKUI'UIA LB-In (lull
KJ bateoei'ed at 'hl office until nnon of
Uotobsr 11, lMii, and then and there publicly
opened, for tbe delivery, oa barvsi, ol tbe
following approximate quautitiut of na
terisla, Til. i
Snno fsordi of Willow Brnrh.
700 oordi of Willow or Cottonwood Polei.
2500 lineal feat of Cypren piling.
For Ins rnotionifor bidding. tpeeiSeationt
and eondiiiona nf delivery, ai ply to the
above adilrem. Tbe right to rejeotanysnd
all bldi if reierreU.
BMITH 8. LKAClt,
' Captain Enilneem, V. 8. A.
A. F.Davis, Fainter
HAS REMOVED TO
No. 353 Socond.soDth of Union.
"To the VICTOR the LAUREL."
Pf-mintnt In vry hightr quality, lh
HANAN SHOE h bcom the itcoRniied attndard
lor fin war among diKriminatmg gtntkmtn,
A 1TI an with II rain a and Conaclenre
will drop petty nrrtljudicrt rarfl'tsly picked up
hen truth knM k ( the. d(Mr. Such arr invited
n try one pair of " Hnan'i " hn. We know
the reault : every man who want the hrt and
Uncut article in the market will hctomr a erpet
aJ " Hunan " man,
To Real i:t ate OwnerH and Atrontg.
LAHTIRlbftvinr (udewa'ki to put down
JL will tlnri jr. to their interest tV"ll)7to
W. B. LUCKEY, 82 Madttnn, or hv, 834
Becond. Contractor,. for "twwart'g tiraua
"IHE QTJEEJ OP TABLE WATEES,"
riAS RECEIVED TUB
AND IS SUlTUKlt UNPER
E.&.H. TEE . PEHTCE OF VTALE1
ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS
0ll GritrtxDrua:'l' Mi. U 'at.kvbrt,
BEWARE OF I M lTAT0 NS.
And Country Store Inanranca Clvcn
Room 1, Cotton Eichangt Building.
Capllat Krprrerntrd, 110,000,000,
MTlnviten Con-eipendence and Interview.
Dissolution of Partnership
TOE partnerih'p heretofore existing be
. tween Jobn Calboon end U. II. Itin'ord.
under the firm new or Calboon A Co., li
thtl dftv h nilllllAl flnin.nl di.anl(l It
H. Bin lord h.vln. ,n-nh...rl ih. .. .'r
joud ininooo win ronunu the buaineu
herrtofore, under the firm name of H. U.
nmruftU. JOHN CALHOON.
. B. U. BIN FORD.
DK. H. L. LASKI,
Physlclau, Knrjrnou anil Accoucher,
RK8IUEN0B AND OFFICE.
313 Main Street, Near Union.
Telephone No. M.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLESALE1 AND RETAIL,
No. 20 MADISON STREET.
ALL rerenni oVuironn of feeurlng Hafe
anu Ht-linble laaamee. at Lew.
rmt Mai, on UIN HliUHKH, tan be o
oommodoted bj applying to th
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 4,1 Wad! eon Mt., MrinphU, Tnn
THE Itookholdere of the Waioila Tempi
r beretiy notified that th annual elec
tion tor a Pretident and fiv DirectuDlf '
he held In the Teronle Building. b;MGM
DA Y, OCTOBKR 4, 1881, UlM tbe hour
of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. -
- D P. HAPPEN. Priant.
W,- H. BAHU..
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
N e w and Latest Styles Stock. New
Type, New Machinery.
Trices as low as anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing; all
SecuMty Bank of Memphis
Reeme to b doing a good buMneM at No. 411
mniiiaon airvrt. It doea a genernl Bank
ing, Kate DopoMt.Truet and Nnvinaa ltwuk
buiiiueei. Ite oflireri and lToard of Direotom,
whole names appear In another column, are
aerond to none In th ia aention in point of
buainwM and flnenci! atandlng.
eak yoOT retailor for Kie Ortirf noj S3 Shoe.'
Kane Gannlue uuloea bottrlug thlaBtamp.
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE.1
Udelil Button, Ooiir7r on i Lva. BestOnU
fnn. u uxoiia in intra
bility. Comfort aiui Appeal
two, A poBtAlourUaH'nt to
niwui onng yon inronnav
tion howtogctthU Bhuo la
auiia or ivrruorjr. a
J. Means & Co.,
41 unooin Bb.
ThW alioe ataxlf hhrner la tbacettmatlon of
ITearere tban an other in the world. Tboo
anda who wear It WW leal JOU Uia twwon It jrou
J. W. VOEOEH & CO.
TUB underaltned bv formed a eepart
nerablp, dating from th fib inatant,
nnder th drm nam and atyl of DKAN A
LILLY, for th perpoi of eonducting a
Wboleaal t offee, Tea and Pple baiineaa at
2nft Main atreet, Lee Block, Mtmphla, Tenn.
Th bullae- will be ceoduoted at 191 Poplar
atrett nntll th maantner and Ixtoraaat
th new atand are completed.
WILLIAM PR AN,
MmraiH, September 2, lRHA.
DEAN & LILLY
AND DEALERS IN
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
MEWPnw, tkk nr.
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
OF THB 1U'WAWH BnMYMKM.AmiKl, If VKI,OPhl
rui.MvTllKN KT, "Vt.:'.. j."nn iuUTfi.tltiK al trrllif mar
in In our i.' T. 1 u;ily u I rt'iulrUi, w will aaj Ui
Uirf ti no evld' ue hum'nn a trout thl. Oh t h t em traf
Bar ft n-ali-1 cln
IiDK all 1'nt.cnUtljb nildfWalal
alo. N. Y.-Tnlrrt Rwwllfl IW-.""
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 18M, at No.
120 Market a'reet. AUmphia. lenn., I
will aell In the hlKhent bidder tor oath, all
the Household and Kitchen Kurollure, in
cludinc one Parlor Bet, thie hoom Htta and
Kitchen Furniture, In laid reideno. I "ell
under tnmt deed mud bf John Zent to me,
recorded in book HI, pace M3, In Kettnter'a
cfilc, and bv nlrro'leji o heneOciar; tber
nnto. L. P. MrVArlLAKO. Trote
I'll IP naDrn'am,'"''n'lla-lelnhE.
illO HAl til"' ,I,B Krwapaixir Advi
IZZa I f "ii.lnir Aurncv of Hour,
, ,V. A V SR CON, our auUiwrlaed aguu:..
1 V v
X rniiiiaarir in mi n
GENERAL INSURANCE AG;T.
COTTON EXC1TANGE BUILDING.
MEMPHIS . XEJfX,
A SAFB DKP4ISIT TBVHT tOIII'ANV ANU NAVIM.N HAWK
MO. 44 HI A 11 SO ST11EET
R. O. FIAT8IE, Pra. W. N. WiLinaaoii, V. P. R. J. Blc, Cannier.
BOARD OF niHM'TOKN.
.W. D. Bethell. T. H. Allen, W. F. Taylor. R. Dudley Frayaer. R. B Snowden. J B.
Godwin, 8. P. Head, W. A. W llliamaon, John Overton, Jr , b. I. McDowell, W. H. Wit
keraon, n. J. tflaok.
Denealtjl reoelved frnm Ml Mat. n . ,1 I t . nl f 1 . i
Will buy and aell local aecurltlea, act aa Truatee, Receiver, etc., lor oorporatiiina or iudi
y.u niicW,iir"uOIn,IBOlli?u,.,'olt for dl'""lt of valuablea for the benefit of RKUU
tA,. V.US.T";15H fr. "I ehnme. Safe Deponit Uoiea for rent. Nil)a Nperlitllw
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Or ocers & Cotton Factors,
lf. S Main Strtwt, GayM lllock.
SS.SSSXll i i. i ,.
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam EuzIuoh. MaiIilnrv of All l)HrliilnH.
No. 332 SECOND ST
SLEDUK BR0&, of Coma, Mln.
Ho. 856 and 858 Front Street Menpnla Tens.
JN0.8.I0OF. K. L. MoQOWAN. ,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factora
And Dealers In Levee and llallroad Niippllea,
No. 374 Front Street Memphla. Tennesaee.
J.K.eODWIS,Prg't. J.M,lOOUUAIl, Tlee-Pres't. C.H.BAIHE,Cafcla
Bonl'tl or Xllrootorna
J. M. SOODBAR, J. R, OODWra.
M. GAVIN, J. W. FALLS.
T. B. TTJRLIT,
W. tj. BRUCI.
J: 5: Charlies
W. N. WILKiRflON, R. T. COOPBR, H. B, COFFIN,
JOtlll ARMIHf HAD, 0. B. RKYAN. A. vt. NIWHOnV
nn-A Beaweliury mf tna Htata r Tannetaaoa, TritnaaMita n tnrai BaaUfc ,
Uaainvaa anal elvaa BatMlal AitcnMon to ajollwttni.-nw
ALABAMA SPIT COAL
Has 3XTo JSix-poriojr-
ava-DrF and Clean rrora lb Car In Itaanlltle to NuU Pnrrhaaeir.
Office. 278 Second St.f '"SJ'aM?."" )Yard, M.&C. DapBt.
Dry Goods, Notions. Hosiery
GEIiTLELIEN'S FURinSHING GOODS,
Not. 328 and 328 Main
arvti rrrK or ran. tna wiwtf.b eoons is largkb and Mrft
COMPLITK THAN VIM BeRB, and oar prioea will oomuar with those of an b&
ta UiUaiUIBtaiea. tie are Aionta for
ToaaeaMO Haaafactarlig Co.'l Halds, Drills, Sheeting, Shlrtliif, ETQ
D. W. FLY, P. B. HBRRON. BAM HOBSON.
Let oi Commero, HIai. Late ot Coffeevllle. Mill. Lat of Vrooka, HtIy AO.
PLY, OERROBI k H0BB0M
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis TeviTi.
And Commission Merchantj,
3lnndS(J Madison Ktrect. MenByhTyj
MiniMlIS, TEX If.
F. M. RORFLEET, Besldeat Partaer.''
3. 8. MeTIOBI. W. fl,PATTE801.
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