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MEMPHIS, Tfi.VX., SUN1XVV, OCTOBER 10, isSi
VOL. XLVI NO. 237
IT 1H1 Itj
THE TOI'XO DEHOCRUT FOB
mi. l i i ii . , i . - it.
j. a a uistcry ci ids legislation ui me i
English-Bpeakirg people isexceedingly
instructive and profitable thst of
theae United States especially. Look
ing back through the put tTO hun
dred years, we find that very often the
principle that wai lejected one day
becams the rule cf (soverumaiit the
next, and that many of thore things
that wers regarded as funda
mental and underlying principles
of the progre?s of toe race were made
so by Parliamentary contests that
marked so many crises in the march
of tbe greateat peop'e in the world.
and great because of their willingness
to yield to the majority as the ulti
mate and finality on all questions. In
three notablo instances the minority
appealed from the vote of the
majority and invoked ths aid of
the sword to decide batwoen thorn
duiing tbe reign of Charles the First,
when Cromwell established the reign
of ths common people; in 1776, when
ths American olonies appealed from
the taih and usurping power of Far
liament, and again in 18(31,
when the South sppealed against the
power of the Northern majority, sua
t lined by a cohesiva and overwhelm-
ing publio sentiment. Eich of these
erai cf bloody revolution are notable
for the gigantic strides made by the
race socially and educationally as well
as politically. England has steadily
gained on the power that Cromwell as
serted sajDasteif ul'y and the United
States, greit and powerful though they
were in 1860,were as an infant 'o a man
by comparison with what they are
now. They have almost doubled in
population, and the increase in wealth
has been marvelous, indeed, almost
beyond be'ief. During this time of
fabulous growth two great principles
that were the subject of fierce party
contention during the ants bellum
period were consummated by legisla
tion a continuous system of public
improvements aid asystem of national
banks both of which have had tbe
acquiescence of the whole country.
To the public improvement policy we
in Memphis owe the preservation of
our harbor, aod (o the national banks
the whole country is indebted for a
safe and solvent currency that few
would care to even tamper with.
Other changes of national poli
cy have taken place of a less
marked degree that with these indi
cate progress just as the acquisilion of
territory under Democratic adminiE
tration measured the gigantic strides
of the Republic toward the mastery
of the continent, and as no one wouli
think of sugg-Bting that Louisiana
should be restored to France and the
trans-Mississippi country over to the
Pacific should be restored to Spain
so no sane man would suggest that the
nation ntrace its steps and repeal the
laws mat nave lor years, and during
each year proven their necessity. Re
actionists there are and always will
be, bnt they are ai the logs
that s'em the current of
great river ior a brief Hour an
then are thrown upon tbe banks
as weak and powerless hindrances,
In Tennessee we have today a few
such reactionists, men who cannot re
alize the results of the great re vol u
tion that are not only fastened in tb
national constitution but in the cue
toms and habits of thought of the peo
ple as the impulses nearest to their con-
eciences ana meir nearts. tfucn men
would dam np the current of progress
and stifle the ambition of the peopl
lhey live in the past, and fill their
present with the horrors of a des'rac-
tion that no others but themselves can
realize. They would v opp:se Fed
eral aid fcr all purposes that
are not expressly stipulated
in the constitulioD,and comfortable in
their sentimental politics would pre-
tbe growth of their own section
MR. JAMES NIELLI
SPEAKS AT C0Y1XGT0N
and Alt at Trenton A Grand
Oration to the Xext (Joy
ISPICUL TO TBI iTPIAL.l
Covington, Tesn., October 9
The candidate? for Con are si spoke
be e today to a large nudiance mde
up of botn parties. Mr. Fhslan de
void himself maidy to a discursion
of national aid to education, and ably
defended his portion upon tbis ques
tion. He quoted from Madison, Mon
roe and JatkBon to show the three
vaiious constructions placed upon tbe
gneral welfare clans?. He snowed
that the old Federalist construction,
which made this claus9 a substantive
grant of independent power, bad
died - with Hamilton. The, ex
tremely strict construction, which
limited the authority to raise
money tu tbe exDrtswd enume
ration of powerp, had at first been
adopted by the Democratic leaders,
but subsequent v had ben abandoned
by Madison a President or run m by
Mouroe snd Jackson. Tbe construc
tion given by tlitsi leaders was to re
gard the general welfare clause as a
qualification or limitation of the tax
ing power, lequir ng the appropria
tions to bs for tbe general welfare in
distinction from any particular inter; s
This construction, wbicti allowed the
General Government to raise money
in ord-r to provide for a general put
piisa, had been accepted by Madison,
Monroe, Jackson and Pierce. Mr.
rceian reau mat oi.'s from various
mts?ageB and document to prove bis
position. He illustrated the idea by
Monroe's veto in jszl' ot ttie bill ar
propriating money to the Cumberland
load, lie liad vetoed this, net be
cause it w.s oppropnutsd un
drT the eenrral welf-ra clause, but
because it retnint d jurisdiction over the
road itself, lis said that nnder this
cons'ruction it was unconstitutional to
ejlahlith a system of public schools in
tbe States under Federal supervi ion,
but that it was entirely constitutional
to appropiute money to aid tbe pres
ent system, no supervision boinz re
tained by tbe General Governmeot.IIe
w8 answered by Mr. Taylor, who dif
cuseed the general issues, and 'made
a good epeech He discusses
the questions of the day ably
and well, and is , dtserved'y
popular in tbis county, where bis
friends are numerous, among Demo
crats as well as Republicans. Mr.
Phflnn will be ea-restly supported bv
the Damccracy, regardless of the dif-
lerence oi views oi Jj.mocratj on the
national aid to education Question
we nave orgmit?a aUeutral Demo
crane iioD, ana expect to organize
oineis all ever trie county at an early
TAYLOKS ,AT TREJiTOX.
sigalize the arrival thtreof Gen. Kanl-1
b'TS or to give him any kind of public
welcome, lrje rrelejtol tbe city fled,
in mct, 10 avt u me tine. Toe Kust-
cbuk g?rr;s-!n mnains loyal to .the
regular government. Gen. Kaulbars
complains that the Briti-h and Itaihn
Consuls throughout Bulgaria are in
citing the populace again.-t RuBsia.
COMM. CHOP OF 1SS6-87
FROM THE STANDPOINT OF
Which States That tin Average (on
di'Ion Is Oao Point Uliitr Than
Lat Year Seas n Later.
BIKISE N TKASNACrtD AT HIE
FOIRTH MAY'S NESHIO.Y.
toy era I Uuaslrrd Dallnra CoBtrlb-
nted Toward Rebuilding
while tbe North and West, pract'eal
and with a purpose of continued
growth in population and wealth
availed themselves of appropriations
for publio works and everything
at ail calculated to advance their in
te:ests. The young Democracy of
Tennessee and the South, animated by
the spirit of a restless and resistless
age, realising the comp'eteness of
the revolution of 1861-5 and practi
cal in their politics, are eager
for Federal aid wherever it
can be lawfully availed of. Strict
canstruction to them means obstruc
tion and death and a continuance of
tbe domination of the North and
West in the councils ef the Re
public and tbe administration- of its
affairs. They know that revolu
tions never go backward. James
Phelan, the Democratic - candidate
for Congress, represents the yonng
Democracy and is animated by its pur
poses to do everything and gain any
thing that can be legitimately done
and gained to advance the growth cf
the South, already phenomenal nnder
the stimulus of this spirit and this
purpose. And this although he is con
vinced of the reserved rights of the
States and the sacrednesj of all the
constitutional guarantees of thosa
Wild With latbulum
Ibpicui, to THI 1PP11L. I
Trenton, 'Ijbnn., Octjber 0 The
Taylcr brothers arrived at Triton
this morning at 10 o'clcck. Other
towns mev bavs made finer d snlavs at
their advent, other 'places rny have
been as enthusiastic, but Trenton, tbe
county sett oi old Vinson, gave iob
the most joyous, wbidesouled recep
tion which has been given him in his
triumphant march over tbe State.
Several thr.nsind people were at tbe
depot. Hob, piehing his way through
the crowd stepped upon the platform,
and was lif ed upon a ba'e of
cotton. Ja. R. Deason introduced
him. He said in conclusion: 'Our
people hold yen in h'gh esteem. They
cava confidence in your tbility and
unfaltering trust in yrur integrity,
anu on unswerving la tn in vour porn v
of purpose, and us an evidence cf this,
in inur iare conveniun tney in
structed their duleghtes to give you
thwir solid vot' in this county. With
out one dissen'ing voice every Damo-
crticnouse tnrowa wida ltidonrato
receive you, every Demcoa ic heart
throbs warmly fcr you and every
Arfm?crauc nana win do val ant ser-
vicofor you. In the name rf all I
welcome you here tcdny." Bib re
sponded: "I know that old Gib'on
county has been wondeifullf kind to
me, and lor every Democrat in the
county I have a warm place in my
heait. It is not fit fcr me to make a
spat ch now, but for this grat recep
tion and for the kind feeling
you near lor me accent the sincere
thanks of a most grateful heart.'1
lie was Pfcortea to a carriaira
decorated with whits ribbons and at
tbe head of an immense and enthusi
astic piocecsion drove to tbe bote).
Alf, too, had a procesdon ; not so long
as tnu wnicn iollowed Bob. but very
enthusiastic. A number of ladies
were wailing in the parlor of the hotel
to snake tlin hand of the next Govern
or. The gallant Knight of tbe White
Roe e' tttied the parlor with a smile
and shook their hands, saying
a pleasant word to each. One
girl had dark eves. dark
hair, light complexion, cheeks rosed
over with the crixson blush of mod
esty, the prettiest girl in Tennessee.
Bob kissed her yes he did and said.
"Go tell jour mother." Sbe replied.
You are the first man that ever
kissed me and I am nroud of it.'
There were over 8000 people ir. the.
college grounds. Mr. Neal said, "I
have the honor of introducing to you
gentleman who is orator, poet and
acior an in one, the people s cnnice,
the idol of the hoar, ou' Bob. The
dieticgni-hed, sb'e and eloquent
Robait L. Taylor." Bob never made a
finer speech and never produced a
better effect. I never saw enthusiasm
so great or excitement so wild- Alf,
although laboring irom a sore throat,
pleased his friends, and was listened
to respectfully by tbe Democrats.
Unless Alf improves wonderfully in
tbe next few days be will be forced to
retire from tne canvass -
After the spenkina- Bob wai driven
to the house of James 11. Freeman,
where be was entertained in an ele
ISrtCUL TO TBI IPPIiL.I
Clabksvillb, Tknn., October 9.
The opening services today weie con
ducted by tbe Kev. w. V. Dunlap. A
comiuun cation was read from D. D,
C. Kelly, who had been charged with
raising a fund, the iuteiest of which
was to be need in the education of
minkters daughters. He said be bad
not pressed the work, feat ing that it
would conflict with a work for super-
anusted preachois in charge of lr.
Question twelve, What traveling
preacVers bavo been elected elders?
wai taken up ani Jih. M. Oikley, Jas,
McFerrin, O P. McFerrin, jr., James
I. uurry, J as. it. narr s and J. K. Lie
were presenUd and elected.
J question. twenty, What preacaers
are piauietess in tuur waist and ed
minittra'ion i was resumed and the
thMy fifth passed.
J. U. 10 nam asked and was granted
sup-ranuatifd relations. By tbo rites
ot tbe church those who a k this rela
tion cad have no part in the fund for
the relief of snpranunted preachers
for twelve months. When Mr. Put
nam reed h's repoit and atked that be
be put on this list he was asked to re
tire from the room, and Dr. M. Fer-
rin, in a brief spiecb, put bis
condition before he conference. He
bad been one of the most faithful and
i ffit'if nt members, having filled many
important slatiois, from presidicg
elder down. He knew that he was
without the means to live on until he
could share in the superanucted fund,
and his co-workeiB most not
see him turned adiift with
empty hands. A good brother
responded, "I will give $10." Others
quickly fell into line and in a few
minutes his comrades bad raised $200
( i the battle scirred veteran. The
Rev. W. D. Kirkman, of Charleston,
o. U,was present, ackinz aid to re
huild ths churches of Charleston and
Summerviile thst had bsen damaged
by the earthquake. A subscription
amounting to several hundred dollars
was given him.
The report of ' Mm. Sue F. Mooney,
president of the Woman's Missionary
Society, wai read and referred to the
Conference Bon d of Missions. The
report of the treasurer of the Board of
Missions showed an increass in
collections over former years.
T. J, Duncan introduced the follow
ing resolution, which passed without a
Retolved, That $27,000 is the mini
mum sum required of this conferencs
for foreign missions, and by the grace
oi uoa we win raise it
Mrs. Wells, of Chattanooga, organ
izer for the National Woman's 0m is
tian Temperance Unien, entertained
the coofeience for ten minutes. Ad
Washington, Oiitotr !. The re
poit of 'ha Dejiartmen' of Agriculture
eeys: The cotton reason has been tto
van'ab'e in temperature and preeipiU
tion fir the bet devtl pement and
largest fruitage. It w-w tio dry in
Sep ember on the Atlantic coat, re
timing iu further shedding of holle.
The boll worm has w-ought locil in
jury in tbe Gulf State", and the cater,
pillar in lens degree Trie weather
has been comparatively favorable for
p eking, except for exc ssivn heat and
for rains in ihaMissim-iiipi Valley and
T, xas. The season is lute snd the
neks ot early Irosv ae tlur.firo
greater than usual and liub'e to die
count the present apnirent coudit on
in Ueorgia and Alabama ilix cnud
lien is reuoitd the ra'rieasUetrrouih
The Carolines, Mies SH ri, l.ou S'ana
Texas and Arkansas sh jw a small ie
ductioc. The aver'gs 's: Virginia 72,
iorta Carolina io, eomn Carolina 74
Gncrgia 81, Honda ho. AlBharia 80,
Mies.sstppi iV, LoutBUiia tl, Texaj 74.
Arkansas oi. xeuneesun uti. Tne av
erage of condition is ".' against 80.1
at month and 7s n. (,:lob?r of last
year, lc '8 o p iints below th October
aveiaiie ol itie crop oi Locales
timattB of tbe yield p?r acre in hnn-
dr-dths cf a bale rr made by the
tU'io-liuiluout-) DuiLijr ;t in inu V1C1-81
tuds oi the Ihtsr s a'on, and eeps
cially the lateness of killing frost
They must not, therefore, be cited
as cflicial predictions of the re
Bult of (he hatves'. The State
averages are as foilowx: irginia. 30;
Ncrth Caroline, 37; South Carolina.
31; Geor,ia, 30; Flotilla, 27; Aladama,
zu; Missc.uri,4u; liOu siaua,'!!; Texas,
J7; Ariantas, a-: leucojsee, 3o goa
eral average. 36.
Aa a summary of the situation, the
average of condiicn is n point higher
than lust year, the area i s one per cent.
more and the season is la'er. Tue
difference between a long and shor:
leasnn may easily to otHt.UUU baUs
The lepor s on the coiiditinn of otther
crops wid bs isiued on MonUy.
Dresses New Ybbk Life Iwsubawcb Co.
OOTerf d a Dollar nDd Seventy-five
Veals lor Some 0e ta Kill llliu.
I8PI01AL TO THI APPEAL. I
Bibmingham. Al.. October 9. A
well dressed white man, a stranger in
the city, approached a man on the
street today, snd said: "I will give
you $1 70 to kill me." Bang unable
to find any one willing to kill him.
the slrangar tried to buy po!son, and
wfs tumtd over to the police, who
locked him up for safe keeping. From
letters in his pocket, it was learned
thr.t the stranger a name was S. L
Robenel.but he refuses to talk and
gives no reason for warning to die.
ins popular Andrew Uanbaldi. cor
ner Maiii and Bale streets, pells Sam
elson's Chickaaw Guard c gars.
Expr-HeJ Her Clrnlllmle to the
Madiud, October 9. The daughter
of Gen. Villacamps, the lejder of the
insurgpnts, wrosi sentence to death
was commuted today, had an audience
with the wuesn asd expressed her
gratitude for the clemency shown to
This is to certify tha. I am curd of
the most diBtrersing and complicated
lemaie ana kidney troub'es of years
B anding after the failures of our most
eminent doctors, and many advertised
lemedies to relieve or bnnefit me. B. C.
KelBHy, the Natural Doctor, within
lour raontns cas curf ii me ot alt my
tronbles. I, with a heart filled with
lasting gratitude to D.-. Kelpay, recom
mend him to one and all. ror further
particulars rail or address.
MoLemnre avenue, Memphis, Tenn.
Acqust Hi, 18i.
Itrd HnrClnKlom'a Dtialal.
London, October 9 The Marquis
of Hartinuton authorizes a denial of
the statement that he has promised
tosuppoit a new Irish bill alleged to
have been drafted bv Mr. Chamber
lain, to be under consideration by tbe
government, and to contain all the
features of Mr. G'adstone's bill, ex
cepting tbe restoration of tbe Irish
S. S. Bamiiekokb. the Poplar street
druggist, fells Sameleoa's Chickasaw
Report by the BTatlonnl Cotton tl
New Orlrans La., October 9. The
Nat onal Cotton Kx-hnnge crop re
port for the month of September says:
"The promises indicated during Au
gust in the Atlantic S ates and Ala
bama, Mississippi and Loirsiana bave
not been fulfilled during the put
month, and tbe crop prospects, there
fore, in these sections bave been low
ered. This has been occasioned, no
doubt to a great exieut, by the
marked 'spotted' condition cf the
plant during previous months and the
conseque-nt diflerent weather influ
ences needed In even adjoining holds.
Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas, in
the o:der txmel, maintiin their
former high rating, and birring in tbe
latter Sta e recent niusand local dep-
ledations by worm. no, narticalur
complaint Is made. coarse, certain
sections in both Arkansas and
Texas had already btsn badly hurt by
diouth aod show no improvement.
In the eastern half of the belt, and the
country contiguous theroto, tbe staple
is mentioned as of an unusually high
grade, while e'sewhere fearB are freely
expressed cf loss in that re pec t from
the late heavy rains. Owing to tbe
general lateness of ihei ro,eir.y frost
is referred to as a very l c ded element
in the probable outc ru". Following
is the condit on oi the crop by Hiates
at te cloee of September: Virginia,
81; North Carol na, 82; South Caro-
lna, 77; Georgia, 82; Florida, 85;
Alabama, 80; i'onncs?ce, ; Aik-in
sae, 92; Mississippi. H; Louisiana,
81; Tex's, 90. Th nverjge ot t ie
be.t is 84.4; aversgs at ear, 87.5 ;
average year before ltRt, 7o."
MOXIHY WE WILL NIIOW
a beautilul wno'tment of Woolen Dnm Put
term, eailirHi'lnir every new and known i)e
in of ihil leeniin in iriiodi for Vinitini
frunnenadii ana lailor oaiU. Thene ut-
leine win oe unerea
AT 7.0 KAC'II.
In ernry pattern will be iaoluilel the fullent
quantity nt aiiod and triiuuiingt, iiroierlj
and tHtfully oombinei.
Mrlbe I'rlro per pattern, 97.(10, it itnar
anteed to be ti e lowest figure at which thefo
(aodi will eer be iold.-
C0KDUK018. E V Ell Y SHADE.
The nobbleit nnnortment of We yard French
Enirliih and (lArnmn DrnM llindi in the
inrke(. The KI HI IT ace1 l'KOPKK. Trim
lninn for hlVLlSH (loudt not to be luuod
ALL T11K RAUK.
KREMER'H have the mint ooinulete itook.
and Nobbient 8lylc. I'rii'ethein-Huy them.
A Jaoket for evert Laily. every Mite, every
Child. Kremer't have lftUO Jaoketa to (elect
HANDSOME DRESS Wraps
ARB ALL HKRK. AMortment eoui.lle.
The time to buy a handtoiue Cloak ie early
in tne teason oeiore thoy are lucked ever.
Come in and take ytur choioe.
KRGMEll'ri OX MONDAY
in Wrup department.
Light Weight Jarkatu,
" fVO Handsome Liicht W-ape. -tl
77 Colored CVhmere Shawla,
Oio Finn iVool Jeneye,
Barcaini in Fine Jericji,
Noieltiel in Jerioju.
II IT DEPARTMENT.
Imrnenae Line of FINKLY TRIMMED
FELTS, luituble for School and Hi met wear.
AH at BS itch. For Lad mi. Miitoa and
AreOUANANTKED. If they Kip or Tear,
we will ic ve you a ntw pair.
KHEMKK'H Konter'i Uuaranteed Glove at
$1 00 a pair.
Undressed Kidi, Sne quality, nt II HO a
New Embroidered Back Glvvei from 11 00
to 2 U.
Fine Wool Jerioy (lloveiat 'ZAcenti aplr.
The Higbefl r'clio(i! Special Notice,
To meet the reo'iiemenU of ihopo
nece!satily lata in entering school, and
to falling behind th"tr c'n'SM, Kptidl
liistruction will be aiven in every ae-
HI0i)INS-0n Saturdny, Ortobtr 0, IHSrt,
at 1 o'clock p.m., 1. P. Hiuhins, antd 55
Funeral from tha residence, n Deioto
atreet, thla (SUNDAY) allernoon at2o'olook
6ervicea at St. Patrick's Church. Friende
of the family and of Win. Ilifsini reipect
fully invited to attend.
KELLY On Ootoberii, 1HK0, in Cleveland,
0., John Kkllt, brother of Mra. Thomoa
Dntran, of thin olty.
aktkb Buneripg for several yesrs
witn nervous ronvu'sions and lemaie
rreirularities. 1 hesrd nf R. O. Ke sav.
the Natural Doctor. I commenced his
treatment, and am now entirely cured,
ana l most crieerlullv r;cimmend him
to an sunerem.
,n . MR8.LU0YS.B0RMANN,
19 and 12 Franklin Ave., St. Loaia iIo.
Skptiuiiiu 1, ltvi.
Vienna, October 9. The txilitical
corrf spondence lsarns that the Herviaa
Legation has no knowledge of the al
leged plot againBt King Milan.
London, Octabr 9. Advices from
Delhi say that rioting continues there.
and tbat business has bsen stopped.
The presence of the military alone
Josn BARTOnK. nf Wolnnr. Palnpn
isme. sell" Hamoltm'n iolp)irAteil
iUici;afliw UuarJ cigars.
Rerrivec With Contlnaed Coolnrwe.
Sofia. October 0 -X.-i
of any kind were made at Rus'.cbnk to
Chrliston,8. COctober 9. There
were three slight shocks here since
midnight, tbe first shock at 1:48
o'clock, the second about 4 o'clcck,
and the third at 6 :20 o'clock tbis morn
ing. So daruaitewaidone, and all the
shocks weie sosMeht that manv ntr-
sons did not feel mem.
Augi'sta, Ga , Octobsr 0. A sliaht
but distinct fhrek of an errthnnake
wsffelt here at 1:15 o'clock p.m.
Union streets, for S.meleon's Chick.
auw Guard cigars,
Died, on Tuesday, geptombir 7, lHStt, little
Anal. JONIH. Intent iluashtBr ol Jne and
Madonna Jonei, aared 16 months and 13 day.
A child of uncommon sprinhthneia and
amiability, and the Unlit and joy of the
houeehold. Once, twice, thrice, within a
brief period, haa the An eel of brath visited
this afflicted family, and i y thia laat dispen
sation the etricken parentaare left cbildleaa.
Tt aaould be, and la a aouroe of great eoneo
lation to the bereaved to know and (eel, that
II anxiety for the future nf their loved onea
ia at an end they are removed from all temp
tation and from the triala of earth, and are
at peace forever, sheltered by the armi of
their blessed Savior, who, when lie waa upon
earth, aaid, "Hafcr little children to come
unto Me and fnrhtii them not." The moat
'ender nursing, the best medical akill eould
not arreat the ravages of disease! thla love
ly child waa sailed, und her aentle spirit haa
gone up higher. "The heart knoweth hia
bitternras. an hnw vain are the at-
temrita of frinnrli in fill the aahinc void
caused by the death of loved onea. but there
ia comfort in the avrapathy of loving hearta
when forrow and affliction come anu aonner
or later they come to all and In these dark
houra of aadnnsa and mourning these fond
parents have the aisuranc of the hearl-felt
eympathynf their sincere friend. A.
a WEJV 'ZA vl QQQ1
This Afternoon & Night. 1
PENN ROYAL ATtCH CHAPTER
No. 22, F. A A.M. 'a, will meet ,
in stated eonvocatiun MONDAVV V
MGHT, Oct. 11th, at 7:'M o'clook, a
for dispatch of business. Visitlna'
companiona fraternally Invited.
Ily order MAHc'lis JONES, M.E.II.P.
Attest: Diidiik C. Ti'K. Secretary.
DK. It. L. LASKI,
Fbjaiclan, Nnn:on and Accuuclier,
RESIDENCU ASD OFFICE,
343 JJfuf n SUteL, Aar Uulon.
FOR 21 CMNTfl, Ladlea may enrchaao Wlnga
and Illrda, worth II 00, and
AT II AO Dime Eiuulalln T)lrns In Fin.
Fancy reatnera, worm IroiorriW.
A Misses' Corset for 29 oents, worth 7S, and
a Ladies' C'ortet at Bft Mat, worth double
KHKviKR'H keen In addition full lines o
the Boat Mukea of Coneta.
FORTY ODD YEARS OLO. ASSETS, S(sSOO,000
Jiirra d rolh j-HtilderH la 1NS5, iJh (lOll.OOO, and Sot a UoIUr f
Content eii laim ! tiifl
a record ia really remarkable In its .ihll.u nf ..:. ...i .i.iiir..i
nioni-.iiii" . inepressnt statement l.
ment and liberal trentmentu
the New V..S-H Lir- ha. ever made-aud that
I iimownriiil fullrlta, F-bmnrv 12, H
ie plainly the
saying oil ibat need b said. ZM
IICCi: I.NUItiCK AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
Uoom 1, Cotton Exchange Ituildin?. J '
TV. X Hi KSSK Iw
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOAItB 03Bf TIITJBTI3 Elia.
NATOLFON HII.l.. vmnivi mvrv n
KVit.iWMi'i?' T II OM AH II' Y LB ' D A V I D P. M Aub" In ,
LAZARUS LKVY. JOHN W COCHRAN. 1 K MkM A nf iik-Hij '
JAMKS 8. ROMNSOtf. WM. RATZliNBKROKR. HARDWIH PBkVvf 1
a'nnually r,i',d ,B "n" ol M1 apward, and Interest allowed on same Semr
r Waj buy and aoll loeal Investment Bonda and Securltlea lenerally, pay taa, t
agent ' " Bar,J' ule any financial business requirlnit safe and responsible
Issue drafts, In sums to suit nnrehasers. nn all narts nf Knro,,..
wMtoi?Wtt, wnU ' tbt service rt
l. P. HADlsEN, President. EYY1. NOLOSMITU, Ttco-Presldemt
J AM EH HATH AS. Cashier.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J.K.DWlN,Pre'U J. M. i)0IHlAK, Vlfo-Proa't. C. H. RAISE, CmWi
Borrft of Dlraatorai.
H'UK-V' ii l?iaV.?iI,BAB' J. R. GODWIN,
S'' fi?.VSJ?t AVIN, J. w. FALLS
h b7llt,0- CHAkLKS NKT. R.J. BLAUK: "
JUHN ARM 1M I HAD, O.B.BRYAN. A. V7. NKWMOU
"" lejaj atrial Attasstlnis to tnllactiv.M - '
ON MONDAY Rich Novellioa In DUEHH
UiiODS, luai oponed.
Ladies and Cbi:dron'a VYrappingi, nf Un-
anuuieu Jizceiience anu in immense Asaoit
N'-w Rnnnota and lints.
Rich Trimmings and lluttoni.
Tlie Public is Very Itcsppclrull mid
Earnest; Invited tu InKpt'ct.
And 'onntry Htortt lamarauro UlveiB
Nnclnl AUfiDllow, by
UKHERAli ISHinAMfK A UK NT,
Room I, Cotton Biohange Building.
Capital Krprearnted , 110,000,000,
aylnvltca Correapendenee and Interview.
BLO W COST I
ar Our entire atock haa to be (old by Jan-
nary 1, IHH7, to lilssulve Coiiartnorahlu
onr company retirinir.
ar odor our immense atuok Heiiiard-
ir ar ejuai.
Good Felt Hats flOo
Fine Felt Hats. Now Khana . worth 11.25. 75n
Oenuine Peaver Hats 75o
Job Lotol Hats, wrrth from II to ti 2!a
Jieautnui no'es, an Uolora 3 lor lua
Ostrloh Homnons lllc
Children's Trimmed Hats, worth 12, Inr tl 00
iioya a tiintn, Velvet and I'luih Uaps,
worth II nllo
Ladies' Trimmed Hala, worth U 12 00
Loll, rlumti from nOo no
Ostrich Tipa, 3 in Bunch, from M)o np
Birda, Wings, Fancy Keathera, Feather
Beads, etc, at Kltllrulon.ly Low falcoa
-Don't Lo Your Chance. Remember
from thia day to January 1, 1W.
r Bridal aad HaaralaK UalUla.
a-The flneat assortment of D0LL8 in the
aMTllats Reshaped, Feathera Cleaned, Dyed
aW'Jolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
Animal Hetttlng of Mlockholdrim.
Ovping oy Mim-Hifl akii Ciiini.rTOg1
Kaii.ioao Co., Ill Wai.i, Htkitit,
New org, October ti, leSil. I
NOTlr K is hereby given that the annnnl
Men in a: of the Ktookholders ol the
Ms-miihla and 4 arleeloii Knllr al
leinpaay will beheld at the ofline of the
company, at Is un Uvlil"-, Aa., oi
I iiiri.nnjr, lliei llib liny of Niivsin
The trinsdir books of the enmeanv will re
main closed from Ootobor 12th to November
11th, both inclusive.
L. M. fiCHWAN. Seoret-ry.
Tbe agents of tha several stations will fur
nish stockholders with free tick.ts In mnA
from the meeting.
SECURITY BANK OF MEMPHIS
A SAi'S DEPOSIT 'fRVNT 1'OWI'ASJT ANU NAVIKUN HASH.
NO. 42 M A U !. OTKKET, Mi:MlMIIN, 'TK!VJV..
R. D. FnaTiigit, Prea. W. N. Wii.kiik, V. P. B, J. Bi.cg, Cashier.
HOAHD or lilKKCTOHN.
W. D. Bethell. T. II. Allen. W. . T.l,. R T,ll. V...... D n D..-J.. I It
Godwin, 8. P. Rend, VV. A. Williamson, Jonn Overton, Jr , b. I. McDowell, VY. N. WU
korion, B. J. Black.
,oP,""""0?.,T.,, f!'nm B0 8n,J "I"""'. nd interest allowed on same semi-annually.
Will buy and sell local aeonritios, act as Trustee, Receiver, etc., for oorporatlnna or Indt
vlilua's. lUvn a oomuiodioua vault fur the deposit of valuables for the baneat of HKlllI.
LAH. CUSTOM UIIH, free of oharge. Nafe Deposit Bines for rent. Navlnga Nticvlalljr
Nollvlird. Aulhorla'd So - a Unarml Hnultliiic lliialiivaia.
J. C. NEKLY.
8. B. BR JOK8.
II. M. NEELY.
BMOKS, ivEELY & GO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS;
And Commission Merchants,
"So. ,1G7 Front Nlrt. : CToiiiiiIiIm, IViiii.
Dry Goods, Notions
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 320 and 328 Slain St., MomphU,:Tenn.
ta.i.U.lt5d tl ""',0-par. with those of an, k0
VeMBOAMe ManafuctarlaK Cc'i Plnlilg, WrlllH, Shneflnj, Shlrtlaf, Eg
' ! ,.' 'H3
Cornet0 Adams and Second St.
WKDWRB 10 CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LAROE STOCK OF riNIH" III
AKBLK, We arc prepared to furnish new work from lutest de.ivns on snoit notic.
ALL VVOBK GUARANTEED TO KE FIJWT OLAi
In every rtfijmot tnd to jrlve entire iEtlfction.
We iollolt Vnnr DatronairA mnrl rifinnit thmt nu ml), nviiinln nur itftcfa. tirl. (a.
KELLY, ROPEE & RIMY
Br ocers & Cotton Factors,
Wo. 8a Main Ntret. Garoato UlAk.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE
No, 321 Second (Street Memphis), Tenn.
rFlna HtooU.-w irHtyl 1 m t Titrtionts..-r
And Commission Mercliantft,
9os. 84 and 3G Madison fttreet, .TOeaaipSatr-T
ii. v. niLivn, Jraurr.