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S ' MEMPHIS A3PPEA:
MEMPHIS, TEXX., TUESDAY, OCTOBElt 12, iSS(.
VOL. XLVINO. 238
THE MIGHTS OF LABOR
HAVE A PROCF.SSIOX ASD 1U
QUET AT KltHHOM).
White and Colored Delegates
Together at the Festire
Board No B ill.
Richmond, Va., October 11. To-dty
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IB ill. vulhi uv tuo n ' "
Geneial A'Stmbly ol the Knights of
Labor to thu enj yrnett of the en'tr
taicinent arranged in the r honor by
Knights of the local assemblits of tbis
city la accordance with the Mayor's
prtc'amr.ion all tha c ty ollices are
cow d in order to permit the employts
to lake pa't in the day's frslivitiea.
Ntarly all the woikehops, manufactj
riea end other establishments are also
closed. Early thii morning white and
colored Kuights were sjn every
where dresbed in hoiidiy atti e,
wearing badges and insiKnia of
their order. The delegates t) the
general amenably Wi-re to assemble
at 8 o'clock at Vrmory Hall, but it wai
long past tbat hour when tbey re
ceived w oid to 'all in line and prccaed
to Bioad and Fourth strieF, wbere
the prcceitioa was formed. Alter 10
o'clock, when tfce woid march was
given, the dtleeatts and locsl ps'.em
blits with htailquaitera west of Tenth
strett, marched down Bread ist'e.t to
Twentieth, where ttey wer joined by
tte eese.-iil lits of tha ets ern end of
the city. Then the entire body
niarcbeu to Man strict, to Lwrel,
th?ncs to iha St ite Fair lirounda at the
uppir eLd if the city. When
the entire procession formed, it
contaned between 4000 and 5000
men. ! was hesdid by a equad ot
police. Behind, lode on hosaback
Gratd Matshl tjnch, white and col
ored aidec liding on either side of him.
Behind the marching men rode in
carrhwes Mr. Powderly, members of
the Executive Board, uther leading
Knifch s, ladies' delegates and the
babv delegate, three weefes old child
ofDittua Matter Workman Rogars,
of Chic;go A fiw colored women
rede in carriages, bringing up this part
of the pore B: inn. The rght of Hue of
the local Knigb. swas held by Pioneer
Assemb:y No. 3572, of Rich
mond, composed cf colored
Knights beaded by a colored
band. Then cime whi'e assemblies
again, and bringing up the rear were
colored a B-mblies. A count showed
2800 men marching on foot, of whom
KiiO were colored, and 1,t:j carriage
containing four to six poisons etch.
The streets along the lou'e were lined
with spec ators. Toe eastern end of
the c tf, eepeciully, was tbrongel, the
ent'.re clor td pi pulation seeming to
have tamed out to wi'ness th parade.
The carriage in nhicn Powderly
rnrla halted m tha eiti atce of the fdr
grounds, and irom it he reviewed rhe
proceesijn a? it pasted through the
entrance g-.t'.s. Within tbe gr mnds
th G.and Ma-tor Workman he!d
informal receDticn, large numbers of
KniRhts of Richmond and vieiting
Kniahts fiom Lynchburg, Petersburg
and other places, who had come to
tnk nart in the enterta;nment, seek
ine introduction to him. Mr. Powdar-
lv and ths members of the Executive
B.-erd remaicel a little more thaa an
hour at the fair mounds and then re1
turned to Ford's Hotel to give the
rest of the duy to the work awaiting
their attention. During the afternoon
at the fair grounds wss a bicycle rtc?,
trotting race, inula race snd tourna
ment. This evening there will b a
banquet, ball and exhibition of fi e
works. Befc re the races and other events
on the programme tJok place sn open
cair age was drawn upbi fore ihe main
building oa ih grounds and Ma'ter
Workman Mullen, of this district,
standing upon the eeet, announced
Senaoi-Elo:t Daniels htd beea ex
pected to sneak, but was unavoidably
absent a' the centennial celtbration of
the Charter .of Lynchburg May r
Harrington was also expected, but
was ill aod unabld to be present.
Gov. L:e'a name wss also on the pro
gi amine lifct of speakers, but no expla
nation was given of his absfnee. The
rharamn thon in'roduced Rlph
Beaumant. Mr. Treller and Mr. Lich-
man, who spoke on tbe aims and ob
jerti of the order thoy represented.
Tha tnieitainuient at the fair
grounds tonclnded with a banquet to
the visitine delegates. White and
color.'d delt gates sat tog -'ther at the
table. The idea ol giving a Dan
was abandoned at the last moment.
The committee gava no reaeono f )t
THE STOCK YARDS STRIKE.
Tew Men il Work-rmor Im.
Chicago, III., October 11. Xone
of the Urge pork packing establish
ments at the union stock yards opened
their doors this morning, and none of
the 18 000 men us,ully employed in
these department) offered to return to
work on the ten hour bas's propo ed
by the owneis of the packing homes.
There is a tremendous crowd of idle
men in and about the yards, but there
was no disturbance during the early
hours ol tbe forenoon. Shortly
before 9 o'clock fifty of the
reef killers employed in the
Fowler packing house stopped work
and joined tbe main body of the
strikers. Bhort'y after the men em
ployed to load the freight cars by tbe
Armour house also stopped work, and
the pressure from the strikers is so
great that the fear is entertained that
the strike will involve all the men
employed about tbe yards and occ
sion an entire cessation of work in all
houses. The presence of an inoreaeod
force of rinkerton ni9n, armed with
Winchesters, had a very irritating
efffct upon the men this morning,
and was the cause of swelling the
fores of Btrikers today.
It is asserted by many that tbe
packers sra not very snx'ons to have
t.h trouble adjusted. They have bven
paving very high prices for hogs
latelv and tne stocks on band are con
siderable, so th?.t a t impoiary sunpen
sion would not be disagreeable to
thorn. This reDort. however, the
rnnksrn strenuously deny, and sssfirt
that they are anxious to keep all de
Armour is bring-
inn men in frnm different carts of the
country tD take the strikers' places,
mnA oi.i v.. nun Guarantee all
of t.hm ftt-adv work and
omnia nrntaxtinn ThfiV arS PUt
ting up cots for the imported,
men and hnvu ro.nn for about 60O. Mr,
Armour says tbe ether packing houses
are making similar preparations.
About fifty-five men and fifty en
gineers employed by Armour joined
the etiikers this mornitiK. Ther9 are
about 400 men all told, or about one-
e'ghth of the regular fores, at work in
ment todav. The
Mr. Btrry, Mr. Butler and Sylvester
Gault were in secret tension a long
time thn mcrr.inir. The thie
Knights ditcuised the iluti'n fol'y.
At the cl"ee ol the conference Mr.
Butler Siid: "We undrjtnod from
t'ie d snatcben received at Richmond
tbat all the Kngbts cf Labor in tbe
yards were on a strike, but on
arriving hete found that this wis not
true, a) the btef packers are still at
woik. Tois will omplica'e things
grejt'y, es tbe bief t ackers are sat
isii d, while the otner men are
not, and united ac'.ion will be
more tlillicnlt to obtain. We will
hold a mueiing tonight and will then
decide on what course to pursue. In
ihs meantime nothing will be done,
but we hops that bv tomorrow we will
be able to a(ju4t all tbe existing diffi
culties." i! is understood that t' e packers
have been in consultation with Mr.
Swift with a view to his sction ai an
arbitrator. Mr. Swift is still operating
his house under the eight hour rule.
beef killers ar at Jp ,J
AFTER AS EVENTFUL VOTAUE
SHE ARK1VI-S AT ST. JOUXS.
With a Broken Shaft and Useless
Sadder (iear She Drifts About
The Competitive Urlll-A Flue Pro-
ISPIOIAL TO TBI 1PPI1L.I
Jackson. Miss., O.tiber 11. The
Drill Association nre alive with activity
in preparat:ot f. r the military en
campment nd races which commence
here on w HULe'.uay next. An at
tractive programme has tean arranged
far opening (lav, consisting among
other thines of a drees psraie of all
tbe troips; an exhibition drill by the
Vicksburi Kiilem ilr II ot.malden com'
parries for a $100 prizs, with an adJi
tio al $100 prize f r the sscond btst
comnanv : bicycle tace for a pnsi
balKe; trot:ingand running racts ior
handsome purees in eacb. loeopeau
track and eroiinds uenerally are in
tboraugh condition. A large crowd of
vkiIom is expected. The following
gentlemen cf Nev Oilcans have ben
ee'ertad as iudees: Cant. Arthur rai-
fiev, (J.ipt Daursay ami Lieut, it. w.
Phsips. They have agreed to act.
The Gilmer House iihiik Hand
Illinois t'eutrnl Survey.
ISriClAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Oni.uMBDS. Miss.. October 11. Mej
A. W. King, who has had chBrgs of
t'ie Jackson llous3 at B'ount Springs,
Ala . bai bonsht cut the lease of thi
Gilmer Hotel at this place, end tjok
charize today. Mr. King is an old
hoel man, and was proprietor cf the
Gilmer lor six efn consecutive years.
Mr. H. T. Applewhite, who for the
pa-1 two yesrs has had charge of the
Gilmer, leives tomorrow for Selma,
A:a., where he will takechargs cf the
Cammerc al Hotel of that plane. Mr.
Applewhite is a moet courteous and
plosant eontleman, and bis many
friends in Columbus regiet to see bim
leave and wish bim every enccess in
hit new fi('ld.
A sarvevirjg party cf the Illinois
Central ar i engaged in running a line
from Muldrow ta this p'ace, and ex
pect to reach here tomorrow morning,
Mr. A. L. Clark is in charge.
THE FORDl'CK EXPRESS ROBBER
Captured, After IIhvIdk Hade Wny
With 000 of tbe Nlolen 93000.
IBPIOUL TO IHl irPEAL.I
Little Rock. Ark.. Oclobar 11. II.
B. Milk r, telegraph operator at For
dyc?, Ark., who Tobbed the Exprees
office of S2000 Thursday night last
and who was seen in this city Satur
day, was arretted las', nieht at Chatti-
nc'oca. Tenn. Chief of Police Bab
Ford, of this city, sent a couple of
hia beet men on Miller's trark and
they experienced bo trouble whatever
in irailine him to his deitiuation, his
coikleg and missing arm being"blaz"
thut no one could la 1 to notice. One
thousand five hundred dollars of tbe
stslcn money was found in his
tioqpesEinn. he havioiz expended
Rni) of the cricinal J2030
since ccmine Intl po'seesion cf
it. He passed Sa'urdav in Little Rock,
wbere he drank agrod deal of whisky
and wanted to treat every man he me',
n. wavs eivinir the bar tendsr a ba'l
note in ravmntof the round. 11
was doioe duty at Fordyca for
T. E. Biker, who was sick
ttt.be time the robbery was corn
mittud. The monev belonged to Kast
rrn citton buvers, who had sent it to
their fiirn at lordyce for cotton buy
ingpurpojee. An officer left here to;
night with requ si'.i on papers to bring
him back to Ainn.-as.
Tbe Vnivernlty and Its Snccelu
ICOEBEBPOSDISCl OF THI 1PPDAI..I
Oxfobd. Miss. October 10. Our
university has opened with about 175
Btudenta, end trie number win proD'
ably be touch larger than last year
before tne en a oi tne session, new
etuden's ae still coming in. We
have this Tear the bnuhtest and finest
looking body of student that I have
ever yet seen at the University of
Missiesippl. We have a goodly num
ber, but the qua'ity, which is much
more important than quantity, is oi
tbe highest grade; so we have reason
to congratulate the mentsot tne oia
university on the hopeful state of
Oar graduates of last commence
ment are all doing well. Mr. G. T.
Fitzhush. our nrs honor nun ot 18,
is professor of chemistry at Wbitworth
College, toe nrsi iemaie institution oi
t.hii State. Miss Julia Johnson has
just been elected profofsor of French
nn An o-oaxon in juomii rem in
Co lege, at Marion, Ala, Miss Willie
Youngblocd is prcteesor ot moaern
languages. I baliev, in Martha Wssta
ing on Collegi. Miss He'en Qairche
is professor of chemistry in Miss Hig
res's tchcol, which enjoys Buch a
high reputation in your city. Thfse
facia speak for thomselvrs. All young
ladies and gentlemen over tlrs Scate
who desire a high claseic education
should come here.
Naniterir Beforaa Consreai.
Pittsbubg, Pa., GctobBr ll. The
annual sessiim of the Sanitary Reform
Congres commenced here this after
noon. Aboat twenty sanitarians are
nre sent. Daring the tession a num
ber of papers pertaining to general
health and how to promote it were
read. Tbe object of this meeting is to
get the vievs of leading se'entiets on
the beet way of preventing disease
and promoting the health of the peo
LnsnBoto's peri nme. Edenis
Lundboig's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg'a perfume, Lily ol the
Valley. - i
Lnndborg'a perfume, March! Nile
St. Johms, N. F., October 11 The
steamer Anchoria, Cait. Small, left
Glasgow on tbe IStii of Ssp'ember,
bound for New York. She had 7tW
souls on board, including passengers
and crew. On September 22d, four
davs out. a s'rong Bile sprang up, dur
ing which a heavy sea struck the ship,
and in the lurch wMcn sn maoe trie
shafi of the propeller was broken. At
tbe time of the accident she was
reckoned to be 12C0 milej from Ire
land. The shock cccaiioned by tbe
breaking of the thaf: threw tbe ship
on ber eide. Many of the patsengeis
were fiigtitened, but upon the olhcers
a-suring them that there was no danger
nf sinking a panic was averted era or
der restored. Sails were set and the
ship became somewhat steadie', hit'
the rudder gear having been rendered
useless shedr.ftod about from the '-'-'J
of September ti Wednesday. October
6th. The ship drifted helyle-ely abiut,
elTorts in the meanwhile baiDg made
to repair the sha't. On October Cth
the engineers efffded a temprrary
rep.ir and the ship w.is got under
control. The sea was compara ivt-ly
smooth and the ship moved Blowly ia
a westerly a rection. one maae imriy
giod tims till m dainht on Thursday,
the llth instant, wtien tne engines
stopped Buddeuly. Fears were enter
tained t'y tne pessecgers tust ine
ehtft had ag-.in broVeu, but they
were assured Dy the cflicsrs that such
was not the case and mat tne enginis
would bs fctar ed in the morning. At
10 o'clock on Frid y the engines were
aaia started and when the hundreds
of anxious hf aits heard the propeller
moving lopes were entertained that
the voyage would eoin ba over. But
thess nopes were not to oe
realized, for after fifteen revolu
tions tbe shaft broke aga:n,
this time beyond all prospect
of bring repaired. A conuultatou
wai now heid by the cllicerj, and tbe
exact no.-it on of the sbin tscertained.
It wai found that she was eighty miles
off th coa.t of Newfoundland, lue
provisions weie running short, all on
board, in fact, for some days pre-
vioualy having been put on en allow
ance of two meals per day. The firat
rfficer. Mr. MacFara ie. and seven
otheis, volunteered to launch a boat
and make for the coast. Among
those who volunteered to go in
the boat Wis Mr. Thomas butb
erst, a London barrister, who contested
Liverpool in the literal come mie in
tnrpRt. Hia viila being on 1 oard, i:v
etuted on accomnanviug her hiihbtnd,
but as the trip wai deemed t jo hazard
ous for a woman Mrs. Hutnerst was
imnel'.ed to remain behind. lhoe
wtio went In the boat were First Of
fl. fir MeFarlane. Mr. Hav. Dr. Lttttle,
Dr. L-,ck Faraahar. Mr. Green and
twootbS'B. The boit's crew manfully
took tbeir places and the b at was
lowered awav. rny iook on ooaru
quantity of bustult in tins and two
casks of wa'er. Tbe s;gbt of
thn brave fellows as tbe boat
out from the ship's side attec'.ed many
rn t.nm. and H;le.ut DraverS were 83nt
up for their eafety. At first no wotd
was spoken, "but the pent up feelings
of the 700 persons on hoard found ex
nreeei'rn in loud and long chetra and
beartieit cries ot "tca soeea as mo
bo -it diFappeared from view. Tbe first
officer was instructed by the captain
to s-cure the services of a eteaiuer if
the boat reached St. Johcs. On Fri
day tbe shin made but lit'le beadway
aud the expected steamer d d not come
to tier aesibtauce on mat oay nor uurmK
the following night. On Saturday at
noon, however, the glad cry u "ianu
rang through tbe ship. Ano.hrr vol
unteer crew were qnirkly enlisted,
cons'sting this lime wholly of pt ssen
grr?, who pulled toward the shore. It
subsequently transpiied that the first
boat arrived at t. John s at & o ciock
vesterday afternoon, and tho second
boat rrached Ponch Cove, a set'le'
me;it near Cape Fratcis, twenty miles
north of St. JohnV, at 4 o'clock in the
afternoon of the same day. On his
arrival here the first olhner coramuni
catsd with Sir Ambrose Shea, agent of
ihe Allen L ie 1 1 this port, who im
mediatelv negotiated l h the local
agiiits and the (teamer Mirands, of
the Red Cross Line, was disoat-ho 1
in secrch of tho Am hora at 6 o'clock
p m. The eteam tug Favonte left about
10 o'c'otk p.m.. and troujih sho lelt
four hours afier the Miranda, tuo'
eneded in coming ud wi'h tha dm
nhh d steamer about midnight. The
Anchoria wts teken in tow and rr
rived here, as stated abive. The ship
is awaiting orders from ber owners,
until tho receipt of which no repeirs
will be msde. There werj two deaths
and two births during the voyage
One of thesa who died was a Polieih
Jew, and the other a Scotchman. They
wra buried at sea. roe newiy ooru
infants and their mothers are doing
well. ThepjBseogers who landed at
jroucn uove arriveu nere av i;.u
o'clock this morning, and were
heartily welcomed by their friends on
board tbe steamer.
cont'g'ous ple'in-pneumonia noiong
tbe tattle o' certain distillerr stables
in Chicairo. I w-mld s'ste thbt Dr. Sal
mon, chief tf tie Bureau of Animal
Industry, and Ids. Murray, Trvrmbor
uer, Heir, Ross and Rowland vteri
caries of lorgs rvK'e in tbe Bureau i f
Animal Industry, and of much expe
rience in diagnni-ine and detect rg this
disease, unbesittirpt!y pronounce it
pleuio-pneumoi.ia or tne lung plaRUO
tf cattle. In rei,ly to the question as
to what the d-imrtimjat is doing to
ward extermina ing this disease, I
would state that it is doirg
all that ia p sohle imJer the
law ppsseil frr the estnb ishment
of tbe Bureau of Animal Industry.
But this law is so defective, as are tbe
Uwb ot the various S'a es -wbere tbe
plague exists, that effective measures
nf extirpition cannot bs undertaken.
The diseaee still prevailsin sndaronnd
New York City, in several localiii-s in
New Joreey, amcug a limited tim
ber of herds m Pennsylvania and
Delaware, quits extensively in Balti
more cily and county, in tills distriit,
in a few in tbe eatirn border coun
ties of Virginia, snd ouite extns;vely
in pome of (he distillery and other
ttablfeS of Chicairo.
MoCAl.V-WILKOi -At the ii.lenr of
th brlde'l flber. in lVwto oour.tf, Mii.
October 5. W. by th J. J. Brook, of
Benton, Mii., Mr. ViS 1'- Mi Caik, of Dc
t'n,nmt Mlrt Nim 0 tfnnoT.nl licmtf).
I) I Ell.
IUKTIUAN At the rei!eo of Mi
O'Ni1, 112 KanMK venn, ).toor 11. lt5,
l3-.30 p hi., Mivi Mill UiKTiii1.
Funersl crvi will Uko ic thia
(T I! USD AY) aftern!ot:t o'clock. Frieiaa
cf Mike O'Nlel ana Mike Hartliran Invited.
WKST Of horaorrtiM. t hie home In
Wheatley. Ark. . l'ciobr J. InW. lat o uc.iu
wT. ion of Dr. J. K. ! Mri. KoeiUie
W .", il A yenri tai 'i iroi tbi.
The aveett (lnwi in In tammer blooil,
Aiud die befor the wintern come.
ITite C"iintf IImi ploac cot.T
LITTLE 1H K, AUK.
Arllrlee of IcnrtorHMiiii Kilecl
a New ItHilrimd.
GRAIN IN SIGHT.
IsriouLTu tui ir-ptii. I
Littls Rock, Akk, October 11.
Mi bus. M. J. Fes er end C. T. Lewi?,
of Chicngo, tiday li ed ait cits of in
corporation of the Arkuneas and New
Orleans railway with the Secretary of
State. Toe pa e if bu-ineaiot the
new company istobeloca ed atBeebe,
a ilc . beginning on the line of survey
of the projected Arkansas Pacific rail
way, t an me pouu norm oi Araani uh
rnr. in A kanfa'c-.iiiity, and running
in a southerly direction through the
countics.of Arkanafs, Deehs, Linro'n,
Drew ai.d Ashley to the south line of
Arkanea?, a distance of sevontv miles,
tnence southerly in the State of
Louisiana, through tbe counties of
Ashley, Morehouee an 1 uuacnita to a
point near Monroe, a distance of forty
five miles. The et ck of said corpora
tion is 122.000,00', divided into
22 000 Bhares of J100 each.
Tha affairs and buinesB of t"er;ad
Mil be managed, directed and
rontrolled oy ueoige . rmuuur,
Geome D. Fost r at'd Janes o. emitii,
of Beebe, Ark., and by the incorpor
ntnr aq a board of directois. The
nnr mad will form an important ad
iunct to the railroad sys'em of ttiis
:i ill : . I. . n,..l,A.n
bta e, as n win yyo v"" ruu.o-u
counties of the State an outlet to New
Orleans independent of tbo'Meniphis
ml New Orleans or vany louro.
both of which lines now run thioiiKh
tuiiiB from here to tho Crescent City,
THE AMEItli AN FLAG
Uitoleil Down by n llrliiUer on tbe
Hu-hx. N. S.. October 11. The
Amoriun fiahing schooner Man iu
(itimra flAnt. Landorv. which is de
tuinedat Shelburne by Capt Ouigley
for breach of the ciuloms laws in not
ronrvrtinff to the CMS Om home on BP
taring the !hrbor la-t Thurs
day night, wai lying at anchor
in that harbor thi afternoon with the
American flag flying trom her masi-
h..1. Hent.. Ouii-'ev. who was on
lioard tbe Terror, 'hiitt, was anchored
100 yards below tte scnooner, oruereu
Capt. Landery to haul down the flag.
Tbe latter a.u ro, cui buujuv
Afterward the flan was again
men avinn from tbe masthead. Cipt.
Quigley again ordered tne nag to do
hanled down. This time tho American
rof used to obey. A n armed crew wi s
at once dt.'patcUeq iroin tne i error,
who boarded tha Ichconer, and Capt.
Qu'g'ey himself hauled down the
LATE CHIEF JUSlIiK CHASE'S
Renmiurt Trnkferrecl to a Hew 'n.
het rrcparnliirj to iiemuvai.
WRHrNOTON. October 11. The re-
mail's of the late Chief Justice Salmon
P. Chase, which were buried at Oak
Hill Msy 10, 1873, were this morning
traneferred from ti e old cssket to a
new one prepared for tbeir reception.
Gen. Boynton and others, represent
ing the friends ol tl.e oeau juhukp,
were preent Wbcn tho o'd c skot
was opened it waa found tbat the
body, which was embalmed befoio
buiial, was remarkably well prestrved,
the features baing recogniztoip. a
Wednesday the remamB win oetaKeu
to Cincinnati where they will be ro-
int: rrad. The i.ew caskot has oil lis
lil a silver pinto with the following
intcriptlon : "H Union r. t.;brB', iniei
Justice of the Uciied Sialo3 Supremo
Court, born January 111, lui diu
May 7, 1873."
t'omoelled to Hicn t'liecu ny
WAeniNOToN. Pa., October U.
Whilo ont diiving i'h two stiangirs,
who represented themselvoB as live
stock purchaser.', George Swarl., a
wealthy livestock dealer ol Amny,
Pi., was held up by the strangers,
and, at the psint of a gun, compelled
to sign a check for $r)(X)() on the Third
Nat onal Bank of Wastungton. mr
Swartz, who is 75 jearj ot sge, was
then thrown from the vehicle, and
wai f3rced to walk home, a amtance
of several miles, while the confidence
men drove away in tne oppumvo
rec'ion. Payment bas been stopped
on tbe check.
lllV WK WU.Ti NIIOW
abenutilul afso-tmcnt of Woolen lreiiiiPt-
torm, tmliruim every new an a Known uo
liitn of thia nemion in good tor Vimtinu.
Promennde end Tailor ouiU. Iteie imt
terua will be offered
at 17.50 i:acit.
In every jmttorn will he Inclmlod the fulleet
quantity ol irooiH ana iriuiuiuiK". e"i"r
nd tnsteluiiy oomuinei.
MB-The urico per oaitern, 17.no, -. gi-ar-
anteed to be thelowet fluure at which Uiete
gooiia will ever be iold.-
ew Yobk Life Msoramce Co.
FORTY ODD YEARS OLii. ASSETS, 06,800,000
K-l'Aid lV)lry-Holder " 1S, JjjtH tlO O.OOO, and Not a Dollar of
ii. i.- tea l ilm !-'4a
wSach a record it really remarka'.le ii it exbihiflitf enerretie and tlrtllfaf aranare
mrnt and lifcoriil trotinent of pelloy-holilo . 1 he prtiiiM Utement ii flulnly the bee
the- Kew VrK l.if ha erer made nd thtiv l aaring all that need e iai J. ia
Conm r ml Bullrti, trSrmim 11, 1S.K
Fl UELY Mi ll LL, AM IIE.It'K ISCnAXCE AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AUEDfT,
ltoonr 1, Cottoa Exchiiugo IJifililiiif;.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
LOUIS 11 AN At' KK,
JAMK8 8. KUBINSiN',
JOHN V. fdCHKAN,
J. fl. I1ANDWEKKKBJ
DAVID P. HAHUKN,
JAMKS A. OMBKKil,
. BAHDW1U FKHKti.
-Depoditf received ia iumi of and upward, and In (cent allowed on mm Semi
M We buy and aell local Inveatruent Dondi and Securities generally, pay tatee, act el
truiteu, and, in general, eaeoute any nnanolal buaineu regairinga late andreipomlble
Imue draft, In inuif to eatt purnhaiieni, on all partt of Dnrone.
T We have a oouiuiodioufl Vault fur tho deposit ol valuablei, which II at tho lorviso el
oar ouitomeri, rree oi niarire.
I), r. HA1)1)EN, President. KWD. UOLOSVITH, Ylfe-Presldent,
JAMES NATHAN, Tanhler.
Tho ni.bbief t aMortment of 75o yard Fronch,
Ennlinh and (Jorinnn DreM '';"
uinrko'. The Muuiau rnurnm in
inlngifor BIYL1H11 tloodi not to bo lound
T ao Is. o "t s
ALL TUB RAQE.
KRKMKR'8 have the mint complete itock,
and Nobbiest Stylea. Price them-tluy them.
A Jacket for evert Laty. everv Miaa, every
Child. Kremor's have KiOO Jackets to select
The rnblic in Very Respectfull nod
Earuetly luvited to lutprct.
Awl Country Htoro Itaanrsiiice Given
UKIKKAL INNt'RANOR A WENT,
Room t, Cotton Eichange Building,
t ni.llnl Keiireaontrd, I10,IOO,I'0.
turfnvitfB Correiinnndenoe and Interview.
To DUeolve firlner.lil.
uary 1. 1HS7, ti UiuhhIvo Oojartnflrahi)
our company retiring, . .
OB-Wf) fifler our lmiuvbfa ato:k
ICNH Ol VltH.
Onod KIt Hnt J?"
Kino Felt lUu, Now Bhupo i worth fl.ri 7.o
llur iii no lUaVP lint. v.'io
Job Lotol Data, wi rtn tmin si son-...
noautil'ul Ho-ef, all Colors J lor It W
Ostrich Pompons i "
Crtildren s I niiuneil uurs, worm j, n.r si uu
Boya's (!l.th, Velvet and Plu-h Caps,
ladies' Trimmed tlals, wolth fl - W
Lons elinuea tr.mi Jiw un
Ostrich Tip". 3 I" Bunch, from fine up
Uinls. Winua, Funor Krathors. lieiithor
UttOila,eto.,utKlilli-iiluiil . fl-
Btnteananto er tha 'hlosigs aad Hew
Nsw Yobk. October 11. The follow
Inir was the vis ble supply of Brain on
October lltb, at compiled bv tbe New
York Produce Jixctaange: wnetr, oa,-
R87.435 bu: increas?. 1.567.083 bu.
Corn, 13,577,642 buj increase, 152,012
bu. Oats. 4,'J!J&,44 tiu ; increase, dt,-
441 bu. Kye, 539,678 hu; increa'e,
21,344 bu. Barley, 1,807,721 bu; in
crease, 257,012 bu.
Tbe I'hlcasro Slatcmfisst,
Chicago. III.. Oc'.ober 11. The fol
lowing is the report ct the visible sap-
ply ol ((rain uciouer j.itn,aBCompueu
by the mcretary ol the Chicago Hoard
of Trade: Wheat, 52.5S7.000 ba; com,
13.578.000 bu ; oate, 4,91)5,01 0 bu ; rye,
640,000 bn ; barley, 1 ,8U8,000 bu. Com
pared witn rne ween tgi, trie n(rures
ebow an increese of 1,507,000 bueiieia
of wheat, 182,010 bushels of corn. 30,
000 busbels of oata, 18,000 bnshe's of
rye and 270,000 buetiela of barley.
Where tbe DiaesM) Eiltls 1st Differ.
rni niaiesi, -
Wahdington, October 11. The Com-
missioner of Agriculture bas sent tbe
following let'erto A. W. Cheaver, tec-
relaiy of tbe MassacQusette uattie
Commission, Uaeton, Mass., in whicn
hesy: 1 m " receipt of your
'utter of tbe 7th instant, and in reply to
tbe question as to whether there can
be any douoi as to ine existence oi
"Kings may be blest," but Pam wes
glorious. O'er a th ills of life vic
torious. He rode to town, h's stiver
rpent, for (Salvation Oil, the liniment,
Everything; Bright nl Hopeful.
(I. October 11.
thnuahta of eirth-
ouiiBes in Charleston today.
KverytbiriK Is bright and bope
fill. Tj Tinlll Committee have
received 1800 applications for money
In si.l in rnnitilina hrillBOS. WlliCtl TPp-
TMRrir. mora than 50 Pr cent, of the
total number of houses in the city.
Tho xmnmlltoo rinvn annrovcd 541 ap
nlVntinnn anil arn disoofiue of the
reet at the rate of eixty a day.
"A TiTnr in time saves nina."
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrop oaves
largo doctor's bills.
'Cant. Mooiallglit" Arreted.
niTiiim. Octnlifir II. Tbe famons
"Cspt Moonliirht," whrss identity
win. hAnrino- rniita in Cork and Limer
ick, bas been arrested at Kaotark. Tbe
leTrsi-Fv nloht. nftlml found tix men
killiDg bnllccks. They arrested one
of the men who promised to Identify
Security Bank of Memphis
Peems to be doing a gmd business at No. .
navulaiia alrwl. It doea a general Hank
ng, Safe Depoait.Trust andSMswInjtsi Bank
It. (ffinr. aad Board of Direotora,
. ...nna. i. another column, are
second to none to thi section lo point of
business and financial standing.
Capital, $200,000, Surplusr$25,000,
J. B. WODWlJi, Prest. J. M. G001HUK,' Vlee-Preg't. C. U. RAWE, Cukles,
M. IS BLHoS.
rr, a 1.1.0,
Sotkreit of Dlraotor
J. M. OOODBAR.
rr n uttia
K. T. COOPKR,
O. n. I1HVAN.
ri MasMMillMrF ef (be lltatto nt Tniaea. Trmaausetsi a sjeswirnl Itaiai
W. P. DUNAVAnt
R. J. BLACK,
1 1 a rsituif
Us ri. vi-'r r ia
A. W. NKWtKI
SECIITY BAI OF MEMPHIS
A Nil'E nKPOHIT THIISiT COni'ANY AND RAVIftUN BAMtr
NO. 411 MAUIiOX hTUKKT, MKJUFIIIN, TKAKT.
R. D. FRiVBSR, Pres. W. N. Wilkicrson, V. P. R. J. BIjAO, Cashier.
no A his of itiKKtrrtiHr.
W n. nuthnlt. T. 11. Allen. W. F. Tavior. R. Dndloy Frnyscr,
Godwin, 8. P. Head, W. A
konon, K. J. Vlaos..
R. Ii Hnnwden, J. R.
oDowoll, W. M. Wil-
wllllainion, Joun Uverten, Jr., B. 1.
Denoalts received from 50 oenti niiward, and Interest allowed on same seml-annnally.
Will bur and sell looal seooritles, not es Truntee, Keoeivor, eto., lor corporations or lnai
viduals. Have a oommodiout vault for the doiosit of valuables for the benefit of RhtUl-
LAK. CllNTUM KKH, tree ol ctiarge. rate uepoau noiea ior rem. r.n..B "i-.
Hvllrlietl. Asslhorlai'it ti .. a t4-nrrnl llanailBiw lliialaeaa.
oar A tvpHry nt Hie atSwle r Tesiaiee.-ia-
J. C. NE15LY.
8. H. BU0OKS.
H. M. NEELY.
BROOKS, IEELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
Vo. 3G7 Front Nlrvd, : Mcimlil Tenn.
oirDon't lio-e Your Chani'e. Woaiembor
Irom thia Uay to January i, mm.
gd llrliliil and lttonrrln tsallltn.
swThs flneit assortment ol DOLLS in tho
oe-liau Reshaped, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed
and i;urieu. ,
ysrilolilen Hair Wasn oy tno email or uaras
Annanl Meeting of Stockholders!.
Omtu o Mbmphin NI ClUni.IKTON")
11aii.ro ii Co., 10 Wall Ktrrkt, 1
New ork.Ootoler6, IM.)
N0TT0K Is herehy given tlint the AnriiiisI
IHrvllBK ol' the Ktookhoidiira ot the
Mesnnlile ! liirlrp.l.n stalls-
tompnuy will beheld at the ofllne of tho
nnmpany, al einv.'.r.
I tiiirNfifiy, ine sun vmj w. v . .
TU i..H.l.f 1.A..V. AflliA inMRinf will re
main cloaed from Uctober Uth to November
llth, both inclusive. .
Ii. m. otunfl,BBrri.rr.
The agents of the sevornl stations will fur
nish stockholders with free tickets lo ana
from the meeting.
11. U. WlltlVrs, Arca.uror.
ALL reranns dealrnos of securing "f
anil Kellnblat Isianrnunr. at l.nw-
eat Hnlrs, on UIN 11UU6KH, can be ao
oommodoted by applying to the
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 41 Matllanta sit.. Wymiilila, Tinas
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Between Monroe aad Madison, Nearly
Dll. 11. L. LASKI,
I'bjalclan, Sarceon tad Aceoncher,
RK8IDKNCB AND 0FFICK.
813 Main Street, Near Union.
fry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noh. .126 and 338 Main St., Memphl,:Tenn.
-strR sTerg r ran. tsn wistter notsnrt in large and sioii.?
COM HI, rrn THAN BVstlt MKOhM. andour rrloes will com pare with thoae of any hJ
la Us Halted Htaies. W. are Agenta for
TaueHe SanaruutnrUir Co.'g Plaldft, Drill", Hhcetlny, Shlrtlnr,
FISHER 1ARBLE VOilKS
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
""" ' ' ' f Ksraaa aa a sTV
WE BEttRR TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR L A K. B o iul n us
MAHU1.E. We are prepared to furnlab new work Irom latest deiins on short notioe.
ALL WORK O DAK ANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS
In every respect and to give entire satisfaction.
W. .nllcit nnr tiatroeaaa and rsunost that you call, examine our stock, prloes, eto..
before pnrt-haaing elsawhere. s
KELLY, ROPER &
Oi ocers & Cotton Factors,
No. 8a Main WtreeU Umju lUocte.
LIVEItY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE
No. 31 Setond Street Memphis, Teuu.
BSF-ira 1 n Bltfol..-Jti srHtyllsalt TTti rnoittw.is
And Commission Merchants,
trm twin aenarimenc or mis tsuumnu-