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ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TEW., SATURDAY, OCTOHElt , 188B.
VOL. XL VI NO. 23?
Aaeaayw.y to settle the Hospital
question is nt band if the Taxing
Dialrict government cfficiah will only
ava'.l themselves o! it. It is to 6k
the Legislature in January to grant
the District the Hospital grounds lor a
puVic Eqnare, with the understanding
that Memphis purchase grounds and
erect Hoepitil buildings sotaewhere
elee.say near the site cf the Marine Hos
pital. In this way tbrej goad things
could be accimp'isbed a nu:smce
would be abated, the city would he
benefited by another squara, and a'bo
be provided wuh a Hosp'tal woithy of
its (eople.
Gks. Catchings. Democratic candi
date for Congress in the Third Missis
sippi (Shoe-striog) District, was in the
city yesterday and received much at
tention from oar leading merchants,
who know bow to' value the cervices
of a Congressman who, while he re
spects the cnstitution and b.-lieves
in Stats rights, n not so sentimental a
strict CDDttructiouitt as ti refus) na
tional ail for such public work ai will
directly banefit tbe people he repre
sents. To Gan. Cathings's energetic
efiorta wo in this part of tbe Missis
sippi Vailay largely owe it that the
appropriation bill passed at the last
session of C :ngre:s contained anything
like turns sdequa'e to the continuance
of the work necessary for the protection
of this harbor and initiate the taucb
nse Jed work ot saving tbe banks along
the Mississippi rim of the Yazio
basin. A friend to Memphis, we are
directly interested in his election, for
which our merchants engagsd in the
Yazoo bottom trade should contribute
all they can.
To tha Editor, of tba Appeal
In behalf of many citizen?, I write
to auk yo to agitata tha question of having
tha city father! takedown tbe milirg around
Court Square. Thi. would abo ifh Rouen,
hi. bear and his bell and afford tba people
the freest acoese to tbe only resting nlace in
th. city. CITiZKN.
"Citiien" is wrong eo far as 8ergt
Bogers is concerned. He is encour
aged to make a crossroad' menageria
o! the people's "only resting place,"
audi;, therefore, not to be blamed.
And so, also, in regard to the ear split
ting bell, which he rings sometimes at
9 o'clock . t3 warn . unoffend
ing citizens to leave the Square.
He commits that nuisance by
authority. Rogers is all - right. It it
his immediate employers who are
wrong and responsible. As to the
taking down of the railing, a etap wai
taken to that end by the Taxing Dis
trict government, but only a step, and
a lame one at that. It ought to be.
taken down and four or five dozen
more seats be placed in the walks
fcr the benefit of the people. There
shoaUl never be lock or key on the
Square, which at uight is so brilliantly
lighted by electric lights as to briog
every inch of it into the plain view cf
every pedestrian.
Thb President, a telegram elsewhere
published tel!s ui, has got his back
up, and intends to remove three Fed
eral office holders, one each in Indian-
apolip, New Orleans and eomewhere in
Wisconsin, who are reported 'to
have taken a leading part at
political conventions and in party
management in defiancs ot the pro
visions of the civil service law. Ia
this Mr. Cleveland is right, and if he
shall remove the recusant office hold
era he will be applauded and indorsed
by the vast majority of the American
people. The whole tendency of what
is called party management is to
foist men into office who are
willing to be tha tools of the man
ageM and thus perpetuate a vicious
system, by which the people are often
defeated of their purpose in the eelec-
tion of worthy and well qualified
men. No man of real and positive
ability and possessed of becoming
pride no man with the inde
pendence that spring? from abso
lute knowledge would willingly
owe his advancement to any such ar-
ourary and usurping power, ana every
each man would gladly see such com
binations broken up and the people
ireea irona tne involuntary servitude
to which thy subject them. The pun
ishment of Federal officials who take
part in politics as managers is a first
stsp to that end, and it cannot be too
soon taken.
Tub next meeting of the National
Prison Association will be held at
Atlanta on the Cth of November, and
will continue until tbe 12th of that
month. Papers on prison hygiene,
diet and moral instruction will be
read by eminent specialists on the
occasion, and P. D. Lewis, of Cbatta
nooga, will read a timely paper on
"The Prison System cf the Southern
State3 Its Evils and Its Needi."
Another important paper will be
"The Press and Crime," by Hamilton
W. Mable, editor of the New York
Christian Union. On reformatory
day addresses will be delivered on
"The Incorrigible," "Kindness as a
Factor ia Reformation," and "Prison
Labor." "The Dircharged Prisoner"
and "Tbe Organization of Prison As
sociations in S ates" will be tha topics
for the 11th, and the 12th will ba de
voted to "Prison and Police Matrons"
and "The Organization of Prison As
sociations in H t s " If it were pos
sible to have the members of the
next Legislature of this State present
at the deliberations of this humane
association thry might lepra that men
who become penitentiary convicts are
not thereby turned into brute beait,
and tha', criminals though they be,
they have claims nwon society for at
leaet humane and just treatment.
With 6uch a lesson learned, Tenne;see
might hop to have the reproach
removed frcm her of the infamouB end
accuised system of leasing (onvict
labor making slaves cf, human
beincs.
TITO TglVFLIXG T4YL0RS
luu aiLLIJ 1 ULVUO
AT DTERSBURG ASD CXIOX CITI
CAPTUBE THE PEOPLE,
Ai They Do Wherever They Speak
The Congresr-ional Canvass
In Arkansas.
Ibpicul to thi irriAL.l
Union City, Tknn., Oc.ober 8.
There was the Urgett crowd ever
seen r e e today, estimated at 12,000,
ovm flowing With ecthuainm and
party order. - Alfa prucesal n to
tha fa;r ground, where tbe speak
ing occurred, was oMi muted at
2C03 and Bib's over 60CD. Brthhad
bance-s with tuggestive motioe?, two
wit i fine 1 fe s ze pictures of Bob.
G. W. Wiusti ad, of Dresden, intro
duced Alf as their standard bearer.
Alf opsned ia his usual stylo
and he made abetter speech than yes
terday, though much in the same line,
and it was wtll received by his parti
Ban fliends. He devoted mora time
to tariff and le;s t education than
usual, and on cl sing Mies Micnie
Sinclair ir s -nted him with flowers.
Then followed a sorg composed bv
Mrs Dr. Warfi ld, entitled, 'Taylor'
Coming," sung by sixteen bsautilu'
young ladies from the (sixteen districts
of Obioi county.
The Hon. Ii Tierce introduced the
Mountain Hoy in splendid style. Bob
said he could not express hia gra'itnde
at bis magnificent lecfption ai.d would
alwavs knrp it greu in his memory.
Ha thon launched out and male oue
of his ablest (speeches, centering all
eyes and minds on him snd holding
i hem spellbound throughout his en
tire time, though he was physically
unwell. The VHflt audience wis drawn
cheer, and with liveted attention they
huog on eveiy word, cheering and ap
plauding almost continually.
As he c'o?ed four lovely young la
dies presented him with a fiddle made
of flowers, exquisitely executed. The
peop e teemed as anxious to hear Mm
at the close as at his beginning, and
it will be remembered as the brightest
day Obion bus eve f had.
Tbe Taylor Brother, at yf rabarg
Ispioial to thi Arriak.1
Dykrsburq, Txnn., October 8. The
Taylor brothers addresseii the largf st
crowd of vo'es yesterday that ever
assembled in Dyersburg. The parti
san friends and admirers of the two
parties w ere each well plesd with
their candid. ta, and each claims the
victory ever the other. Bob Taylor
arraigued the Republican paitv aud
Alf did the same for th Demo
cratic party. The Hon. Alf Taylor
was quite hoarse, and it was evident
that u teqnired considerable effort on
his part to sptnk.
At the conclus.on of his speech the
Hon. R. L. Taylor wai presenttd a
beautiful bouquet of white flowers by
Miss Eie Ktevene, one of Dyersburg s
prrtlitst girls, and Col. Taylor's re
sponse in ajceptanca was au eloquent
tribute to woman.
Miss Pierce presented tbe Hon. A.
A. Taylor a pretty anchor made of red
dahliai, and Col. Taylor responded in
hit hsppiest style.
The little children of Mifs Trous
dale's kindergarten school presented
the two bathers with a double
bouquet of red and wbi e roses, and
Col. Bob Taylor paid a glowing
tribute to tbe purity and innocence of
childhood.
All in a'l, it was a pleaeant day for
everybody, and Democrats and Re
publicans went away mutually pleased
with their representatives, and the re
spect shown each party aud each can
dida'e y the other is but another evi
dence cf the increased liberality and
toh ranee of one party toward tbe
other engendered by a joint canvafs
of two brothers.
Ex-Go v. Hark, at Covington.
Ibpicul to the appeal. I
Covington, Tknn., October 8. In
accordance with previous arrange
ments the ci izons of Tipt:n county
had an opportunity' of listening for
one hour and a r alf to a lucid and elo
quent speech, madi yesterday after
noon by Ex-Uov. Marks, upon the is
sues of the day. HaBtily runnh'gover
tho early history of the Republic, he
proved that from Wabingt.nto Henry
Clay all the Presidents, except John
Adams, were in favor of maintaining
the Constitution of the United 8 ates
intact and (-potless as when it cauie
from tbe pre.'B, t.ni not w.ltlng under
the ins'diouj attacks ot the Federalists.
That document undr which we all
live and move, and have our being
that graod old s-tfeguard of our liber
ties remained pure and unbroken un
til the yenr 1 861, when tbe ho'.. by
home of abolit on carried tne Repub
licans into power. According to the
doctrines of all tho "old woithies" the
Blair b 11 is unconstitutional, ai Con
gress has no power to vote a dollar of
the p ople'n roonty for any purpose
not specified in the constitution. The
attempt of the Federalist to found
a university in tbe District of
Columbia was a failure because the
public welfare did not apply to it in
that case; neither does it apply today
to tbe provisions of tbe Blair bill. If
it was legal and right it would he
dargsrous to accept it, because it
would open the way for Federal inter
ference with State right?, and the
haired of tbe Northern Republicans to
a solid South wou'd lead them to de
cree that all free schools should be on
an equality, open alike to black and
white, and if tbe whites did not like
the arrangement tbey could Bend their
children to other schools and pay for
them. For one hour the cry of "Wolf!
wolf!" made tbe courthouse ring.
And the sly and poisonous sting of
the ccorpiou was secreted in evtry
dollar of the seventy-one millions gen
erously offered the South to help to
dispel the gloom and darkness sur
rounding her at the present moment.
It is Btranguly remarkable to observe
how easy it is for come philosophe rs
to be able to Bee the dangers thitt are
merely visionary and remote, and yet
shut their eyes to the breakers dash
ing against the bow cf the ship tailing
of rocks ahead. They are like thu
dogs of Rome they are pcor wa'ch
dogs and it may be that the geese
will have to cackle or the Brand riti-
del of American liberty will be over
thrown by the eaemies of ail cons'itu-
tional law.
We have had Phelan. and hava
had Bob and Alf, and we have had
Mark', and tomorrow we ara tn have
Paelan and Z xh Taylor, and it may
be tome lesser lights, but thev ara all
Silent, upon the only subject that in-
leiesiairis toeiore me people of Ten-ne-eee
today, tbe ojiett on of Drohi-
bitio; because, fortojt'i, they sa7
that question mu?t ba kept out of
politic?. j lis question of teachlnir a
child his A B C's is f.dmiesible wittiin
tbe eacred pale of politics, but a ques
tion that afiects the bread and bthtrr
nf thousands of honest workers iu the
State, confiscntes property to the
amount of $3,000 000 with iit compen
sation, caniei a deficit ncy in tbe (State
treasury cf $300,i;CO, reduces the de
mand lor corn ia the market to the
extent of 75,000 bushels, leaves 5'JO,-
000 bushels of app'es and peaches to
rot cn the ground because there is do
use for them, red u res tha value of
Sroper:y of every description, and
rially reduces every man be'ow the
level of a serf and a s ave, must not be
brought into polities berauee it might
ia bo me myeterii us manner disturb
tbe ba'ance of power and place Ibo
''outs in and the ins out," Both
1 arties ara afraid of it, and well they
may be, for the firs' party that bold y
avers its Intention tosuia-hup botti
our Rtate and Federal constitutions
will be snowed under bo deep that
they will never be resuscitated.' All
bonest men should sleep from now cn
with one eye open.
Fo'indextcr Dun. on HI. Canva...
IsrioiAL to the appeal.)
Rector, Abk , October 8 The Hon.
Poindex'er Dunn, candidate for Con
gress from the Fir-t District, ha jaet
cloeed a very successful campaign in
this county. Grea', enthusiasm pre
Vid s among tbe Democrats. The re
ceptions given Col. Duin aud his
treatment of the great Hue! of the
day were such as to win the adini-a-tion
and este-m of boih Democrats
and Republicans alike. Col. Dunn
will rtturn to Congress with the
largest majority of any man ever sent
from the First District. He has re
ceived one continuous ovation every
where, and was greeted with applaune
and the epprobationsof nn approving
constituency for the work In f as done
during the past eight years in Con
gress. His speeches are evidence of
his ability as a statesman.
The Vonc res tonal I'lmlit In Arkan
ana. Ispecialto the appial.I
Iittik Rock, Ark., October 8. Re
ports from the First, Third and Fourth
Congressional Dlstriclsof this S;at re
ceived tonight say the fight is going
on in each of them in accordance with
true Democratic doctrines. The If on.
Poindexter Dunn, of the Firat
District, spoke at Corning, Clay
county, today, and it is eaid the
people of the county have given
nim a regular ovation since opening
the campaign in that county, lie will
be returned to Congress by an almost
nnantmous vote of the d strict. Hon.
Thos. V. McRae, of the Third District,
addressed tbe multitude at Magnolia,
Columbia county, today, and informa
tion from there brings only a repeti
tion of Col. Drew's reception in the
First. The R-v. Hitt, the Wboeler
opponent ot Uol. AlcKae, is
making tbe canvass with tha
district's Representative, bnt his pres
ence on the rostrum only creates fun
for the Democratic audienefs. United
States Senator Jatnew U. Berry is as
sisting the Hon. C. R. B.eckenridge
in tbe Second District, and these two
Democratic political giants are mak
inglts) lively for Carl Lee that the
Wheeler candidate refuus to enter the
arena with them. The nonentity is
still out on the huskings in this dis
trict, but his pay will be only
what he gets to eat from bis party
friends during the campaiga. Con
gressman Rogers will carry the district
by at leaet 10,000 roajo'itv. The Re
publicans rf the Third D s'rlct have
called a Congressional Nominating
Convention, to assemble atTexarkana
next Monday, at which it is proposed
to nominate a straight Republican to
enter the field iga;nt Col. Mc
Rao, that party refusirg to in-dort-e
the Rev. Hitt's candidacy.
Judge G. E. ' Mitchell, who is
well known to your readers, is
supporting Co). C. .. Holman, a
planter living in Hempstead county,
and it is thought he is the comiug
man for tbe nomination. Mitchell is
himeelf a turncoat Democrat, and was
elected Judge of bin district at the
last election in this State on the lie
publican ticket. Ho man is a life
Inng Republican, so it is merely a case
of ''brother indorsing brother for
office."
Conicrmalonal Nomination)!.'
Nkw York, Oalober 8. New Jere ey
Fourth District, Republican, L9wis
W. Blarcom.
Alabama Fifth District, Independ
ent, P. A. Wood.
YAZOO CITY, MISS.
Harder antl Nn elite la a Honae of
III Fame.
iSPIOIAL TO THB APPKAL.I
Yazoo City, Miss, October 8. At
6 o'clock yesterday evening Charles
McDonald entered tbe house of ill
fiime of Nellie Lawrsnce (white), in
tbe west part tf the town. A lew
minutes attsr three pistol shots were
beard, when it was found that Mc
Donald had shot Nellie twice, once in
tbe neck and ju-t below the left nip
ple, then put the pixtol to hie head
ami shot himself throngb the right
temple, dying instantly. Nellie died
this morning at 4 o'clock. McDonald's
remains will be taken to Memphis to
nitrbt for interment.
Mr. McDonald was the son of Maj.
Charles McDonald, of Confederate
cavalry fame, who was killed early
during the civil war, and was step-son
nf Maj. James Barbour, who served in
Forrest's cavalry during tbe war. He
was born in this city, whera his familv
were well known and much esteemed.
Eds. Appbal.
PKESBYTEBY OF ARKANSAS.
Tlie Ananal Knaaloai Oprnful at the
Mccond Prcabjlrrlan thurch.
l.rEOIAL TO THB APPEAL.I
Little Rock, Ark., October 8 The
regular annual session of the Presby
tery of Arkansas convened at j0
o'clock this morning in tha Sacond
Presbyterian Church, this city, a large
delegation of the minister of that de
nomination being in at'eudanc To
day's proceedings were occupied in
lis'ening to an able eulogy on tbe life
of the Rmv. Thos. Rice Welch, late'y
deceased, who woa one cf the pioneers
of Calvabinm in Arkana. Tbe meet
ing will conclude its labors tomorrow.
Have nsed Tongiline in many cases
of rheumatism with marked succees;
the moat important one was that of a
patient, age 51, who has been a snflr
er from that disezBe for forty years. In
one of his severe attacks 1 prenciibed
Tongsline, and upon the filth day be
was able to be out, and also to attend
to bis bnpine's. Have -given Ton
paline a Ivt and impartial trial, and
think irthj best remedy I have ever
found for rhenmatigrn.
13. F. DAVIS. M. D..Bturiton, Mo.
Coi.n piercing winds seldom fail to
bring on a congb, cold or hoarseness
at th's seoson, and Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup ehould be kept in every house,
A PLOT TO miSSMHE
THE EMPEROR FBAM IS JOSEPH,
OF AUSrilU,
Frustrated by the Pollce-The Plan
of Hoaie Rale for Inland
by the Tories.
Lonook, Octobar 9 Ths Otronick't
correspondent at Pars says he l ai
just aard from Vienna thu details of
a atartlirg anarctUt plot to destroy
Vienna and to gssaain:i'e Emperor
Francia Joseph. The conspirators,
whr se plans were frustrated by tha
anthoriiite, had intended to carry cut
tbe plot on October 2J. Ya'ious tiui
br ntores were to be set on fi:e
throughout tbe city and during
the confusion public buildingi
were to be blown np with dyna
mite. The police send immense
quantities of bomi:8 aud o'her exolo
sives in diflretit parts of the city,
especially near the Imterird resider co
at Schonb'unn, and beneath the
bridue leiding to the pal,ce, wh'ch
the Emp-ror crosses d?.ily. It as also
intended to make an attempt upon
the life of the Emperor at the sau.e
time. A largo number ol firtignme,
and Austrians were arrested. The
ringleader e?CJped to (Jer.nany. In
coneequenca of the strirgout a:;d
Bociihst laws news of the discovery rf
the plot did not leak out lor several
days.
T.ry Home Mnlo fur Irrlnnd.
London, October 0. The Daily 'tit
says that it h enabled t ettto that a
committee of the Cabinet is preparing
a bill to establish fmr na'ionai foun
cils to r?preeient the province of Irr
laud. The bill differs from Mr. lilml
stone's bill chiefly in tha omission of
provisions for a legislative body at
Dublin. With this exception the bill
fully meets the aspirations of the
llnine Jiulers in regard to translerrini:
to local badios the direction of Ir sh
affairs, now dealt with at Wes'minster.
The government has teemed for this
bill ttie hearty BUppott nf Lord Hart
irgton and Mr. Chamberlain. Mr.
Ghtdstone was cot consulted in the
matter.
The Neva expresses the belief that
Mr. Chamberlain is tbe real author of
tho scheme, and that the Parnellites
will reject the bill with contempt.
Commenting editorially on tha bill tbo
Aiewi says: "The government are
sanguine that they cn carry the bill.
It is possible that many Liberals will
support the measure aa a welcome in
stallment. If the bill pa-sac, all the
world will know that Iieiand owes it
to Mr. Gladstone's bold initiative and
to that a!one
Tbe Cholera Record.
Vienna, October 8. Five new cares
of cholera and two deaths have been
reported at Trieste. In Pesth three
deaths and ten new caset and in Aus
tria three new cases have bsen re
ported. R jme, October 8. Two cases of
disease suppossd to be cholera were
reported in this city yesterday. Four
deaths from cholera and nine new
oses were reported throughout I'a'y
yesterday. ,
7
Hot With a Cold Reception.
Sofia, October 8. Geo, Kaulbars
met with a cold tecep'ion at Sistova.
A meeting of 1000 of the inhabit inta
declared against the intervention of
RurVa. Gen. Kaulbars notified tbe
officers of the Bulgarian army ta
t oned at Bistova by letter to meet him
and bear a message from the Czir.
The officers replied that be should ad
diem tne Bulgarian Government.
Lord t'hurrhlll at Drendeu.
Drehobn, October 8. Lord Ran
dolph Churchill arrived hare yester
day, LITTLE ROCK. AUK.
The Coal Hill Miner ara Nlill on
Nlrlk
Israelii, to the Arrnr. )
Litti.s Rock, Ark., Octb:r 8.
Contrary to previous announcement,
the free labor miners in the O'ita
Co d Company's mi'ie at C.ml Hill,
Johnson county, this rHi'e, did not
return to work yesterd-y, ts s'a'ed
thi y w mid in a d spatch from this
city a day rr two aino The men did
g i to work, but were soon called out
and tbe strike declared on aiiain. A
meeting was held by them today at
which the following molu'ions were
passsd and a committee eppointed to
present them to tbe superintendent:
Coal Hill, Abk., October 8.
To th. Oulta Coal Company.
Gentlemen You are hereby noti
fied tbat at a meeting of miners the
following resolutions were adopted.
We demand 05 cents for a winter
price, six months, and 75 csntseum
mer price, six months, or 80 cents the
year round, and no more work until
we bear from you.
II. J. 1IAMIL.
G. D. 1IARNKH.
Committee.
The miners are not willing to settle
by arbi'ratinn. New men are arriving
every day, but are not peimitted to
work, however anxious they may be.
It is thought here that this action on
the part of the "free labor" of Coal
Hill is only a ruse resorted to in order
to again assault the convic's in the
mines at that place. The principal
coaling internets of the (State are situ
ated at Coal Hill, and there ara several
hundred convicts employed in the
mines there.
UUENADA, MISS,
The Nynod ot Hrnphla In Mfiaalin
Col Ion Bualaoa. Urlj,
(SPECIAL TO THB krrUl.l
Grenada, Miss, Odober 8. Tbe
Synod of Memphis met at the Presby
terian Church hare Wednexlay night,
and have been holding fCBiom daily
since. There ara about sixty nr me
ters and elder present, among tbnm
D,-p. Diniel, Hoggs, ft? a tin and Cald
well, of Memphis. Dr. Daniel preached
a fine eermon to au Immense crowi
lost night Much boeiness has been
transacted. Tbe svnod will in all
probability adjourn tomorrow night.
Co'ton Is corning at a lively rate and
business is brisk.
Like is not worth living if one has
chrcnic rheumatism and can't get
Solvation Oil. Price 2i rente.
DIED.
xiiji aba jit vuoipvhj lIUUDt uqumiiu tioi.f
Clieliea, Friday morning, October 8, 188(1,
IfllU-lt ir ai.i
ft MX adam, aged aij-.M-rt. Ilanaua caper.
ilet rnpr
IX, ANONTIIand Board InrSliv.
' 1 nunr Men or Lauioi in
aeh enun
ty. P. W. A (Ja, Pbiladalfhia.
Apolli
nans
THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
HAS kkceivkd rue:
HIGHEST AWARD
AND IS Sl'l 1'UIU) IWPER
ROYAL WARRANT
TO
H.E.H. THE FEINCE OP XTAXES.
ANNUAL SALE, 10 MILLIONS
Ofill ' GrKtrt,Drurriiti 4" Mm. II '.it.. nr rn,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
FIRST LINE.
ALT, W OOL, M) ner yard, .mbradni .V2-lnh
Knglith Koyal t-rire, Four t'o'ern. Hich
Heavy Ooodn. 42 INC11 WIDU WOOL
SKHOES In 5 Shade. 41 INC'U KN
OL1SI1 CHEVIOT, for Tailor b'uit.,
Four llluwiNated Mixture..
SECOND LINE.
EXTRA F1NKST ALL WOOL, 7 per ynrd.
4rt Inch Diationa All Wool Faille, Fly.
New ('olorintn the Neneataad FrattiMt
Material lor Blylnh We:ir.
THIRD LINE.
1100 PER YAHD, all Eitra Fine. Ueary,
Rich Qualities M-lnrh Ectliih Wide
Wool bene. Siriced Uaiuel. llair Serce.
and Cheeked Iailurin(ii.
KIlENF-irN
Htve a ward to my in re.ard to Ilatn.
KHKMKH'Sare Par Kieellenee the H AT
llOlltiK notouly of Meat ihii. but of ihe
entire Southwest. Nnw. if you want ihe
Correct London or Pari. boai of the
Iir.nenttime we will .ell ynu on f r t2MI.
f our Auerioan btyle will mit you. we
will .ell you aa excellent on. of Real
Felt or Real Fur Felt at f 1 21. Wear.
.Imply abl. to annihilate any prnpo.ed
competition fur iraile. Now, as a a, if
you want the Correct 8haie in Wool Felt,
we will noil it to you at 75e, but w. have
line to lell you .1
KREMER'S CLOAKS
UAVR BKBN the talk of the town. RWh
and rerklei. in amnrtirent and profu
sion. The rery .hoioeat produ.tiont of
Pin.at, Worth aud Jeurdan Auhrry
irrace our .ounur.. W. have the itock,
andwe.re.ellixiheiu. TUI8WKIK
KHKMB11M MaRnitceat Wrap, will e
oo .xhibitioR. Uom. to headquarter,
and iet th. eorre.t (armenL
A LINK OF JACKETS for Immediate w.ar
at HiKO. JACKETS are 81 iLIhll and
PROPER. O.toaeat KRKMEu'a. You
will look well in it.
LIGHT WIIQIIT WRAPS for Fall atdr.at
Jiar.ain.. WKAPri of tb. kind w. ha.
npecially lultable for ynu. You .an buy
them cheap only from KRKMaK'8.
WB HAVB no me Wonderful BariralB. In
CHILDKKN'S ni.OAaH. FINK UNMU.
Kicevtional In QUALITY and DKSHItv.
Theie are only to be foand at KRKMBR'S
Pri.e. wi I astonith you for lowneia.
KRIVtF.H'8 tlANDSOMB WRAPS are lira -plyiuperb.
Het one, and eonteau.ntly
be happy and welliaii.led with yoor.elr.
KREilIER'S
EtKlir. UAX HI'. Uanelaa; Aradenair
it open tor the .earon at Ianlitail Hall,
eor. Jetleranr and Heoond etreel. Children
and Milieu' Cla. Wednetday at 3 p.m. and
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Ladlaa' and Uenta'
Olae. d p m. ime daya. He will live a .rand
Promenade Concert and Matinee every Hat
urday Iroin S-.'MI to 5 p.m., with a An.
orcheitra of twelve mueloian.. All pernoni
attending the matinee, will be Inmruoted In
all the latett niylei of danoing dutini uiatl
nee hourn. Admifnion. 10 onnt.
Sheriff" Sale l'ronul Property.
THIS ll to give notice that en Tharadny
lol 14. IMNH. at 10 'lok a.m.. I
will .ell, to th. hiichont biddor, the Stook of
Uootin, utocerira, meroiinnaue anil rixture.
in itorehnuite Ho. fit8 Main ntreet, levied on
na tha property of 11. boharfT and oth.ra.
Thi. Ootober 8, lmti.
W.D. CANNOV, Sheriff.
lly C. T. Bmlth. Deputy KhentT.
INSURANCE
And 'mnlry Nlare lnanranrn iJlvro
Nurclal Altvutloa, by
GILBERT RAINE,
(JKNKKAI. lNNI'HANCR A UK NT,
Room 1, Cotton Kxohan.. Building.
Capita! Kirwnlrd, tlll,00,00.
rlnvitei Correspondence and Interview.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 178.
BAKER'S
Warranted ftlmolutrly pura
CJoooa. from whleh tltoeiiMn of
Oil hoi buen rerooTpd. It him thres
time t ha $trengtot Cononmlsiul
with HtArnh, Arrowroot or Bugnr,
mid lit therefore far moro cconom.
leal, coating Ut$ than one cent a
nip. Jt ! deuoloue. nour1hlnK,
MtroDgtlieuIng, mu1W dlRcntml
Unu aulmlrably adapted for liival-
IdaaawcilnaforpertoDiIii hcaltb.
Solfl by flrocera TBryw here.
. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass,
Secu-ity Bank of Memphis
Peema to be doln. a rend builnen. at N. 43
Hanlaoa ilrrel. It aoe. a (eneral Rank
in. , Haf. DeporitTraat and Navlna-a Banai
buitine... It. offioer. and H.ard of Uireot.r.,
whole namei appear ia another oniuinn, are
Moind to none in thi. ..ation kn point of
bnrtinew. and nnaneial .tanding.
J)J. 11. L. LASKI,
I'hjitit lan, Snriceon and Aeeoncber,
RKH1DKNCH AND 0FFI0B.
313 BlHln Ntreet, Near llnlou.
Telephone No. M.
GIN HOUSE
INSURANCE
ALL pemon. deeireu. of lecurlnr ""
and Hellanln laiarani, al Low
Mi Ham, on OIN UOUBK.S, oan b ao
oommodoted by applying to Ih.
Planters' Fire and Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY,
At 41 Wmiiaan tit., Mtnhl, Tail
A. G. RHODES & CO
Ilav. Removed to
BOO BHOON
Where they will continue to Dell lloune Fur
niihin. Uoodi Cheaper Than Anybody,
and on Kanier Terini.
NOTICE
To Itcal tbtate Owners and Agontn.
L jAliriK-' bavlnif (idewalk. to put down
J. will find it tothoir Interoat to apply to
W. II. LOC'KKY, .12 Madiron, or (hop, (04
Heoond. Contractor for btewart'i tiraoo
Ithio FavemenU.
MR'
Hrt
i:a' f it 'if iim
NEWYORKLIFEINSDRAWCECO
FORTY ODD YEARS 0L0. ASSETS, $06,800,000
orr;d Policr-HuldrrH In 18H5, IS 0O(,O00. And Kut a l)llar ef
Contented i luiiti "Xta
Such a record li reallv remarkable in itx exhibit of aneriretle and iklllful manate
menti and lihernl Irenlmentof rolioy-bolde-.. The preatnt .utement I. plainly tha belt
the Wear " l.tr ha. ever mtdt-and that 1. iayiug all lhat need b. .aid. bail
Commtrttai Jlutlttxn, rrbruiiry 12, IBM)
ruHEi.Y Mirni.iL, An uksvi: ixsruvcE at cost.
GILBERTRAIHE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Kooru 1, Cotton
AND TJIUST
IH US Bin
BOARD OV TIIUSTH EJ.
NAPOLKON HILL, (V1V1HARL OAVIN, J. O. HANDWEKKSR)
LOUIS II AN All KR, THOMAS 1I0VLK DAVID P. MADDEN,
LA7.AR08 LKVY. JOHN W. COCll KAN, JAMKS A. OMUKHH,
ANI'RKW RKNKKRT, HOL COLKM AN, KWI). GOLDSMITH,
J AM Kb B. ROBINSON, WM. RATZKNUEKGEH, UARDWIU PKKKS.
w-Dintlti received in .am. of ! and upward, aod Interef. allowed on .am. S.ml
annually. arrWe buy and lell local InvMtmenl Bond, and Securltiei .encrally, pay tan, aetai
truntoe., and, in leu.ral, execute any fnanoiai buninon reuuirin. a aaie aod ro.ionibl
a.ent.
VV . I.au. draft., in inn. to .alt purchr, on all part, of Karon.
awWehav.aeamniodioua Vault for tfcr; depotit ot valuable., which 1. at th. lervio. eti
oar ouitoui.re, Free or Charter),
1. P. HAUDJ-N, Pretildent. EWI. 'lOLDSMITH, VIce-PreldeBt
JAMES NXTIIAN. ( axhlfr.
Meicaie
M
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. 1L GODWIN, Preen. J. H. UOOOUaV Vice-Pres't. (TiirTtAriE,Ca8k)a,
Board of Diraotora.
J. M. eOOUBAR, J. R. OODWIIf,
M. GAVIN. J. W. f AI.l.K.
I, B. TTJRLIT,
W. 8. BRUOS,
f. M. MTL80H, T. B, HIM8, W. P. DUNAVAS1
J. M. BMITH, OHAkLKS CNKT. R. J. BLAClJ, "
W.N. WILKBRHON, R. T. 0U0FKR, U. B. COKriN.
iOHH ARMIHTKAD. 0. B. ItRYAN. A. W. NCWttoM,
aWA atacry ar Itaa Htala r Iinw, TraaiMxta a umnntnl tlaaal
BawtaeM aa4 cl.aa tBataalal ilteallo ao ttolUMitlfwm.it.
A HA lit WKPUNIT TKHhT IO Til" ANY ANI NAVIHtJN 114ft K.
NO. 4'i IAIIM KTKEET, Jtll'.MI'lUS, TKXX,
K. D. Feiteee, Fr.i. W. N. Wili.sok, V. P. R. J. Ui.ioa, Cathler.
11WAHD OF niKKllTOKH.
W. D. Brthell, T. II. Allen, W. F. Taylor, R. Dudley Frayrer. R. B. Hnowden, J R.
Godwin, H. P. Read, VY. A. willlauinon, John Overton, Jr , b. I. McDowell, W. N. Wil-
korion, R. J. Black.
DepoilU roMiv.d from 50 eenta opw.rd, and tnterent allowed on .am. acml-annnally.
Will buy and .all loeal lecurlUea, ant a. Truatea, Kecelver, etc, for corporation, or indj
vldua'a. llve a eomnodioui vault for tbe deposit of valuable, for the benefit of HKUU- '
LAH CUH'l'OMK.HS, free of ehnr.o. Hufe Depoiit Iloane lor rent. Mitvluaa Npcnlallw
Nitllrlivtl. aathcrli'. ft I. a 44fierl llnhina: lliilnN.
JNO. 8. TOOK. K. L. MoOOWAN.
foot icSowan fi Co.
Wholesale Grocers an(J Cotton Factor .
Aud Ucalem In I.evee and Itailroiitl NuppllfM,
No. 274 Front Street Mcmphln Tennesaee.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Cotton Factors,
No. SOO yront Rtreet. : WempliU, Tub
li. U. MULLINH, ol lat.J. IU Godwin A Oo. JAB. YONOB. lata of J. W. Caldw.ll A vo
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors&Commission ierchanh
'o I Howard's Row, I'Or. Front and llnlop, MennihiH.
(NUCUEHWOKS TO HEAOHAIH 1IOHTVN1
COTTON. JjSlCTJBLS
Old Stand. No. 0 Union St., McmplHw,
WHOLESALE
Iry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOOBO,
Noi. 326 and 328 Main St., Momphln.'.Tonn.
rm NTrK or ri.i, t winter oonnr is larokr an nnCJ'
lIPLKTK THAN IV IK Btafl. and oar uric.i will nnmuara with thoa. rf n hcM
Ttueawe Manaractarlus Cc'i riiililn, Drill, Sheeting, Nhlrtlurr,
D. W. FLY, F. B. HEBRON. SAM 1IOBS0N.
LaU ol Commerce, Milt. Late ot CoITeeville. ML. Late of Brooks, Neely A Co.
ply. iEMOi & ummi
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and Commission JHcrchanta
324 Front Street Mmtipriis Ttnr.
i n nnfiuflsirH o
y. 11. uuuyiieu u
And Commission Merchants!
Uom. 114 and 3G Hadlaon Street, leraipktei
Exchange Uuilding.
:1F.NSFK.
COMPAN Y.
K
J, p. McTIUHK. W. Q. PATTKM0N.
mm,
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