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MEMPHIS, TEXX., WEDNESDAY, OCTOIJElt 13, 18S6.
VOL. XLYI NO. 239
Tbi Travelers' Clu'i of this city baa
already nc-omplished a world of good,
and stonld bavs the bearty encour
agement and eappoit of nit our me'
chants. It is the headquarters
of visiting merchant', and its rooms
have a'reaiy bean the icene of recep
tions to strangers tht will be pleas
antly remembered. Th9 club's mem
berebip is about ninety; it should be
at leant 509. Every merchant end
eveiy citizen of means should hold up
the haads of so useful anorgarjizition,
v 1 ' -
ThesI rm wbich yesterday reged
along tbe Gulf coast was very de
Etmctive. The wind blew at the nte
of forty five miles per hour, and with
great violence ; the tide in Mobile bay
rote higher than wss ever before
known, in Galveston tbe waves washed
up the etreet car track, aud the vessels
at the dork were in great danger of
being etove in from the constant and
serious w.- gh of the waves that out off
th9 land were running mountains
high. That there will be gre3t dam
age to shipping is naturally to be ex
pect8d, an i perhaps much less of life,
due let us cope taat uaivestm may
escape ths fat of overwhelming dis
aster which has several times recently
A DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE
PLATS IUYOC ALL ALONG
Old and Staunch Levees Swept Away
and the Water to the Depth
of Fire Feet
Westward the star of empire takes
its way. Kaneas Oily is outstripping
Chicago in beef and pork packing, be'
causa, ss Arinoar seys in an interview
publish d e.'sewhere, the corn belt has
been moved farther west.acd hogs and
cattle must be slaughtered and packed
as near the place of growth as possible
itia is tne rues: modern ot ideas in
connection with manufacturer. Where
the iron is there it is to bo smelted
and manufactured, and where the
cotton is grown there it, too,
mutt, ia the necr future,
be manufactured. Tbe items of
freight, handling and insurance must
be saved to the consumer. Not the
wages of tha mechanic but the profits
of the middleman must be cut down
and ep; dilation thus rendered
impoitible. Competition is pusbing
the manufacturer closer and closer to
the producer of the raw material, and
within a Reoeratien tbe mechanic, now
the sufferer from lockouts and strikes,
will be making common caute with
the planter and farmer, who are now
crushed and ground to powder be
tween the gambling bucket chops.
As official circular notifies the pub
lie that the eighteenth annual meet
ing of the American Woman Suffrage
Aasrciation will be held in the ball of
the House of Representatives, at the
capital, in Topeka, Kas., on. Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, October
20, 27 and 28, 1886, commencing
on Tuesday afternoon, October Gth,
at 2:30 o'clock p.m.', aud holding eight
consecutive Sessions at 10:30a.m., and
2:"0 and"::0 o'clock p.m. Well known
speakers have been invited to address
the convention the president of the
aEsociation.the Hon. Wm D. Foulke,
Mrs. Ju'iaWard Howe, Lucy 6tone,
Henry B. B!ackwell, Mrs. Mary E.
Haggart, of Indiana; the Rev. Annie
H. Shaw, the Rev. Louis A. Banks, late
Of Seattle, Wsb. T. ; Mm. Maigartt W.
Campbell, of Iowa; Mrs. S. M. Pei
kins,of Obio; Mrs. D. G.King, of Ne
biaska. Trof. James G. Clark, of Min
netotJ, will furnish mutic. Maj. Hud
son, of Topeka; M. A. Doreeit.of Min
nesota, and others, have agteed to be
present. The srff.age qusstbn in all
its phases will be ditcufsed, and it
will bs urgnd that the Sta'e organiza
tions do all they can to sfcura for
women the right to vote for school
trustees and at municipal elections cs
first e!eps toward sacnrlng enfranchisement.
The pre-ence in the city of 300 mer
chants from the neighboring State of
Missouri affords the merchants of
Memphis an opportunity of which it
is fair to assume they will avail them'
eeives. ai is sucn an opportunity as
St. Louis or even Chicago might
covet, and Cincinnati wonld not fail
to bail with gladness. It is an oppor
tunity that brings our energetic and
pushing business men face to face with
merchants who represent the young
West, to whom all the accomplished
lacia oi tne old ana conserva
tive communities of the East
are yet so many possibilities
to strive, struggle and contend for.
They come from a country which is
still inviting emigrants, and where
energy and pluck and public spirit
are the great factors in p.omoting
growth and enterprise. Bound to us by
the Kansas City, Springfioldand Mem
phis railroad, the communities rep
resented by our visitors desire to trade
with us in preference to St. L.iuis, and
will do S3 if they find upon inspection
that they can buy as cheap here as
there. But they not only want to buy,
but to sell. Memphis they hope
to find and will find is the
beat market for the sale of
their products. It has the ad
vactage of being at the head of per
petual navigation on the Mississippi,
and is nearer to the eea by BOO miles
than any 6ther commercial nmt
on tbe great river or i's
tributaries. It has all tbe ad
vantages of a great distributing
point, and is already known to be a
desirable market for grain and live
stock as well as citton aud groceries.
But it can be made even more desira
ble. Erery increase of custom is a
step in that direction, hence it is that
we regard the presence of so large a
number of Missouri merchants as an
unusual and most desirable oppor
tunity for the business men ot Mem
phis, who should also open wide tbeir
doors and impress their guests with
the social influences is well as the
business facilities of the city.
II At HE.
POIN C LA
Galvetton Under tYater Again and
the Waves Mountains 11 Oat-side-High
Water at Mobile.
Nkw Orleans, Oclobsr 12. The
wind was blowing a gale last night.
Dispatches from tjwns on the Missis
sippi coast report a sa'e prevailing all
day on Mississippi eotiod. The
steamer Cbalmette, Capr. Byrne, from
.New York, which arrived yesterday,
reported that she cirns by the inside
route along tne fiorida coast, ana en-
countered heavy easterly gaits, with
neavy rain, from xortugas to .fort
liide neavy gales were experienced
with mgii, megularseas. On Sunday.
Ojtober 10. h, ehe encountered saveral
huiricanes, laBting seven hours, and
bacting frcm east to north,
toence to tse south. The
teas rn mountain1) Meh, continually
flooding tbe vessel's decus and a so
her staterooms fore and aft. Lake
Pontehartrain was filled with water
from the Golf aid a Bala ves'erdav
from the same direction caused an in
crease of the lake tide, the water over
flowing the marshes in the rear of the
city and filling the canals bankfull. A
break in tbe old basin levee on Broad
street was reported at midnight last
night. Tbe velo.' ity of tbe wind was
thnty-siz to forty mile3 an hour and
Later The easterly gale continues,
but little damage has been dote in
the city. The .Lake aud Shell roada
are submerged. Milceburrand Span'
ish Fort are flooded. At Shell Butch
tbe water is a foot deep on the tail
road track, and the inhabitants nearly
all lefc for the city lsst Digit. Tbe
Louuville and Nashville toad from
M;chnd to Pearl river is inun
dated and several bad washouts are
lenorted. The company is making
i norts to keep tne rails ia line. The
telegraph wires slung this section of
tne road are all down.
Telegraph, telephone and electric
) ght wires suffered considerab'e dam'
aite. luere were no truns in or out
of this city over the Louieville and
Jwshville read to-day. Saveral wash.
ou's are repoited along tbe submerged
section between Mich m d Siation and
Pearl river. Tbe trarsfor of passen
gers ana mala by this route will be
made by coat between Milneburg and
f earl river.
OLD AND STAUNCH LEVEES TORN AWAY.
A epecial to the Timet-Democrat
fiorn tbe Mississippi quarantine tta
tion says: One of tbe moat terrific)
and damaging hurricanes since 1860
prevailed in tlr's neighborhood yes er
day and lest night. For thirty-six
consecutive nou s tne wind b ew a
regular hurricane from tbe north-
ess', driving tbe water from
the bay and destroying the
property of the untortu late
inhabitants of this p'ace, who bad
hardly belume reconciled to their
bard fate of having: no orange cron
this year, c msed by the heavy frost of
last year, ints latter trouble, bow
ever, would have been eurmoun'ed
had it r.ot been for this disastrous
storm, which haves a majority of i's
most industrious ana deserving peo
ple almost penniiisj. Tne storm, or
mo:e prjperly called a cyclone,
was oi such violence as to
tear away old levees of eeven veais'
standing, carrying destruction to lata
nee planters. La-t night all the in
habitants of ths place waded a dis-
ance of a mile in water three feet
deep to reach the United States cus
torn house for protection. Dr. Aboy,
the quarantine physician, and his
family were driven from their home
and forced to seek refuge in the cus
rabbits and other small game, were
diowned and lodged alons the levee.
In some places there were numbsiso.'
hogs drowned and chickens blon n en
tirely across the river. Most of the
people living down thoie are poir rice
larmerp, ana nave generally from ten
to fifty acres only in rice. They de
pend almost entirely upon tbe
advances made by their mer
chants, who will also euffer
Ires oy the storm. Net much
of tho rice had been threshed
as the people had been holding on for
better pricp. Tbe loss is roughly es
timated at $100,000, and will fall, it is
f aid, chiefly on small rice f irmers, who
have loit even their ssed ric, and are
tfcus deprived of tbe means of planting
Dext year, and on the tity and local
merchants who have made small ad
vances on crops.
Ureal DauiiMCaat Ualvealon.
Galveston, Tux , OctoW 12. The
itorm which was reported by the S:g
nal Service as entering the Gu'.f of
Mexico last Saturday night, reached
Galveston today aud at this time, 8
o'clcck p.m., a furious gale is blow
ing from the north. Symptoms of a
coming storm were apparent last night
bdu a uneai weeze was oiowirg at an
early hour this morning and has grad
ually increased until it is row blowing
foity-five miles n hour. Tbe tide on
tbe Gulf s da of the island
has been very high ever since
Saturday and the waves were
so powerful today thi.t they waehed
along the streets for five squares light
in the teeth of tbe gale from tbe
nerh. This ex nordinarv tide is un
doubtedly dua to the hurricane pre-
vailing in the West Indiee. and the
northern gale has done much towards
checking the encroachment of the
Gulf on the island. On the bay
side oi tne city the water is
very high, aud is washing
over the dock.- The damage to
shipping will doubtless bo heavy, as
half a hundred large steamships and
sailing vessels are poinding against
tbe wharves. The water is constantly
rising in the bay and is encroaching
on the city for a rquare or so, but no
danger is apprehended, or damage to
bu'icesj piopsrty. Two barges trcm
Houston, each laden with 1000 bales
of cotton, are being Eubmerd by the
i ii hi i i.i i
WHVtB UI1U IUU CUUUQ Will DO TUinOU.
Along the Gulf ride the waves have
torn up tbe street railway track
and submerged several houses.
The barometer has fallen
six'y points ticce 9 o'clock this morn
ing, indicating that the storm center
is very near Galveeton. Telegraphic
communication with tbe main land
will probably be en'irely suspended
before morning, as tbe gale seemB to
inciea e in velocity everjr moment.
Since sunset the wind has shifted
slightly to the weet. Tbe storm is
now coming from the northwest and
is blowing fiercely.
THE WIND BLOWS FIFTY MILES AN BODB.
Galveston. Tex . October 12. The
gale has increased in velocity, and at
tins bour (10:30 p. m. lis blowing from
tbe northwest at the rate of fifty miles
an hour. The barometer has ceased
falling and it is thought that the storm
has reached its maximum. The water
ia the bay ride is still rising, but no
serious damage' to business houses is
possible so long as the wind ho'da its
northwest course, as it counteracts tbe
inflowing high tide. Ti e tracks of tbe
Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe road have
been washed away, and it is possible
that daylight will reveal a good deal i f
damage alung tbe wharves.
blake w msmum
CANVASSING FOB THE REPUB
LICAN NOMINATION IS 1888.
Hewitt, of New York, ou the Tariff
Question The Bro.nerg Taylor
Still Mitrchluz On.
Along; the Alabama Const.
McniLt, Ala., October 12. The
storm last night was heavy along the
cast and vessels were detained from
sailirg. The tide rrs higher than
ever known before. Tne telegraph of-
i cent fort Morgarj, at. the entrance
to Mobile Bay, was flooded and the
operator reached dry land by swim
ming. Thirty New Orleans bound
paseengeK are detained here by
washout in the Lonisville and Nash
villo.road this side of New Orleans.
M ETII0D1ST CONFER ES CE.
Rrport of Ymterday'a Proceedings
larioui. to thi AFPIAI..I
Brownsville, Tans., October 12.
Alf came yeeterday evtning and Bob
arrived at noon today.and was greeted
by a great display of itamrcracy at
thedepot. After briellv acknowledg
ing tbe compliment tendi red him, the
precession, with music, marched to
the courthonse, where the speakirg
occurred. The Hon. en J. Lea in
troduced Bob. Bob, though not we)',
made one of bis most masterly, tell
ing speeches, aud was app'audeit from
beginning to end, oetightng all.
Alf was presented by the IIou. 1).
A. Nunn. and made his characteristic
speech, and was vociferously cheetod
by the Republicans, of hom Hay
wood has loOO m' jonty, just enough of
them to maniDU ate aud vote the ne
groes and hold the'ofDC'p,wit'a faw ex-
cep'ion '. I lound some uarkies weanng
wnit3 roses, having ilisenthralied
themselves fiom radical domination
It is rstcniriiing that tliey don't
break and throw ctt tne tarty shnckl
oi sucn absolute mauny as has he
them (or years, f .llowing the bell with
the bell wethna like s oep with
tueir Diinu uevoiion iere. it was
manifo.-t to all that they recognize the
handwriting on the wall, aud their
enthusiasm was affected. I; was tbo
largsFt gathering here lor lorg years
ami tne Democracy nere stands eolii
ly tigether, and in November they
are determined to teet every inch
tbe ground and msk9 inroads
Radicalism. The order aud ittentii
was fine, and the discuseion was well
received and pleased everybody. They
say they are rejoiced that the
brothers ' are bath on the tree!
as it has improved onr political
hut:ngs. Bob cqrivu'Bed and then
rivetea conviction, and then his fol
lowers, old and young, praise end are
proud of him, and he rejoices to be so
Highly appreciated where the Damo'
cratic demonstration in a largely R
publ'tan county do weed them
hugely. West Tennesseo is a1', ablnze
for our Bjb, and his popularity here
overflowing and it niuit bs gratifying
iu uiui niiu wo uiuiiuB.
Lewis Beach; Twen i-th District, R -i
ublicao, Geo-ge West; Thirty-ihird
Disirii t. Deinoma', James J. Jackson,
ir. juaacnu ei'.s m rond Dstiic
I)mrcrat. Bushiod Morse; Kigbth
uninc jnepuoiicau, l.inries II. Al
len. Connecticut uecind P.atrttt,
uemocrac, uarios irem-li. l enneyl
vnnis KUMeerth District, Repub I
can, L-.uis K. Atkicsrm.
St. Lop is, Mo., October 12. Tho
Kspublicana rf the .Ninth Dktrict. ia
this city, tomiuated Nathan Frank for
Congress this afternoon.
McLeansidro, III., October 12.
Tbe Republicans of the Nineteenth
CongrewioniJ D ,sti ict ni'ininated Gen.
James N. Martin today.
Itvleaale t'alne, I'lnh, Kiaonl.
Salt Lake, Utah. O.tober 12.
The Morman Terriiorial Convention
today renominated John T. Caine for
Delegate to Congros. Relutiors
were adapted demanding local eelf
rule and aec'arlr.g for Statehood.
PI.VE BLUFF, ABK.
The Sudden Itrnlb or tJn.
POINT LA HACBB UNDER WATER.
Distress:ng news has been received
iroiu the lower cnast regarding tho
effects of hst night's s orm. The
waier in the town of Point I.a Hac'.ie.
n f laquemine parish, is several feet
deep, baving bsen driven in from the
gull. Many per ons tiok refuge in
me cjunncuse and tail
Tbo water rushed in with
such force that it carried everjthing
before it. Tho levees, which along
tDis section are very low, were over
fhwed and swept aw;y, and tho water
rushed into the Mifsissippir iver, car
rying with it a 1 the rice stacked on
the farms in tbe vicinity of Point I.
Hacho and for twenty miles below.
The damage is estimated at $100,000.
PANIC AND DKSTRUC ION AT POINT LA
The Timet-Democrat has the follow
ing concerning the etoim at Pointe La
Hactie: 1 be gale began blowing Stiu
day evening, and increased all day
Monday and last night at Pointe La
Heche aud Grand Prairie, on the east
side of the river. Tbe water of tbe
Gulf began ti back up, spreading over
tne nee fields nts', ana then rising ia
front. Men, women and children de
serted their homes and fled for
safety, lotne taking refuge) in the
courthouse and some g ing to Mr.
Hayden Wilson's, at the upper end of
the Union settlement. Tbe water
etood five feet in the road beyond the
levee, and broke through it, running
into the river in eeveral places. The
entire crop of lice in the fields has
been swept away and destroyed.
Here and there a few s'acks could" be
seen on the higher lands, but all the
rest were scattered or swept into
the Miesiisippi river. These
unfortunate people have lost almo t
everything they possessed, as the
crop was their sole dependence. As
far as can be eseitained there was no
loss of life. Many small bui'dings
were swept away on Monday at Point
La llache. The excitement of the
inhabitants was intense, and it wss
not until the water bpgan falling Tues
day morning that tbey experienced a
sense of relief. Tbe rait blown in has
killed all the grata and vegetables and
destroyed the straw stacks, which
thus leaves the stock there with
out fodder for the winter. Gra?s
there was almost their main depend
ence. The gardens are gone, and this
will cnnail the supplv of the city
somewhat. The damage has extend
ed over about 35 miles a'ong the east
bank of the river, commencing at a
point about nrty miles below the
city and extending below Quarantine.
it was tne severest storm experienced
here since IStiO. Large numbers of
wild animals, such as coons, moskrats,
ISrKOIAl, TO THI APPI1L.I
Ci.arksvili.k, Tenn.. October 12.
Dr. W. C. Kiikland, of South Caro
lina, conducted tbe openiug services
this mortiiiR. The leport of the sta
tistical secretary shows a gain of 1100
miniiters In tne year. The Board of
Education made a report, strongly
uigine higher education in business
and religious training. K pcc'allythe
various schools under the care of tbo
cjrf rencs were commended at length
in the report. J. W. Irwin, a lay mem
ber, read the proceedings ot tbe lay'
men's meeting bad yesterday, the ob
ject being to bring the laymen into
cloeer relations with the conference.
liishop Hcndrix commended tbe a&
lion oi the laymen, and joined in
the request lhat Mr. Irwin's re
port be published in the Advocate&nd
in the conlerence minutes. Mission
aasersments tor the loiiowing year
were announced, w. l. Hickman
was placed on tbe superannuated list,
His brethren knowing his straightened
circumstances presented bim with a
well tilled purse, made np at tbe rug'
gestion of tbe Rev. T. J. Dun
can. Extended reports were read
from the Committees on Church
Extension. District Conference Rec
ords, School Board, Broksand Period
icals. No one offered opposition to
the annnintment that bad been civen
him, and after a general hand shaking
ana Denedic'.ion tne uonierence ad
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Beath of a Promlneat 'ltlaea
CloM-tl by Ills Creditor.
ISMOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Little Rock. Ark.. October 12.
Albert McMurlny. a life long citizen
of this State, and a Democrat according
tostricteet the school, died at bis resi
dence in this city at 12o'c'ock last night.
He was sheriff of Monroe county from
1878 to 1881. when be moved to this
city and entered the real estete busi-
nees. tie was well known throughout
tbe S ate.
The grocery and bakery of II. Mor
timer, corner Eighth and Main streets,
this city, was today closed by Geigor,
Vdams & to . and (J has. f. Ksnzel &
Co., who are the principal creditors.
His assets cover liabilities.
Ilhlherla la Ontario.
Toronto, October 12. Ths Provin
cial Board of Health have been called
together ; three' weeks earlier than
OBtial, owmato diphtheria having be
come unusually prevalent through the
1'rovince ana will coneider what steps
should be taken to check its progress.
Mamy children have coughs and
colds now. and should have a bottle
of Dr, Bull'8 Cough Syrup,
ISPRCUL TO THI APFIAL.I
Brownsville, Tenn., Octuber 12.
The Taylor brothers met here today
and spoke to an Immense crowd. Alf
was met by a large delegation of Re
publicans near town and ecor!ed in,
Bob came on the tra'n at 12:30 o'clock
and was met at the depot by a large
nnmber oi mounted Democrats, llie
Hon. Frank P. Bond made a brief, but
eicquent address cl welcome. Speak
ing began about 1 o'clock,
The Hon. R. L. Taylor, introduce
by Judge B. J. Lea, spoke first, fol
lowed by Alf Taylor. Tbe speeches
were substantially the sime as have
been reported from other points.
Both parties are pleasei. with their
Blaine to Help the Kxnnlilleau Party
PrrisBUito, Pa., Ortcber 12. At
meeting of the Republican ioa mftuu
facturers acd business men to make
arrangements for the recep ion of
James G. B'aine on October 20tb
Chairman B. F. Jones, of the National
Kopubllcsn Committee, declined to
eerve as chairman of the Reception
Committee, saying that such a etep
wouia iook as u the demonstration
was chiefly for the purine of bcorji'
ing Mr. B'aine for the Piesidency in
1888. He said Mr. Blaine was not
coming here for personal eggrandizs-
ment, but to accnmrhti what he flt
sst:stied he could do help the Re
publican party in Pennsylvania. He
ssid it was a aneetion whether Mr.
Blaine cared to pass through another
Presidential fiege as a candidate, and
for bis part he was satiffi'd that he
did nr,t, though this matter would be
Meeting- In ll Inlrreat of Turlir
Nkw York, October 12. A meeting
in the intorett of reforms in the tariff
wi s held here this afiertojn to con
suit and decide as t) the moet judi
ciot-s steps to be taken to secure tho
election of Representative!! to Con
gie and a United States Snnt ?r who
will do their utmost to bring about a
revision by reducng the tuxe?, the
tiriff levies on American industries.
and especially the repeal of the duties
on raw materia1. Retolutions were
adopted commending the action of
tboee Representatives in Congress who
voted for thecensideration of the bill to
simplify and leduce tbe du ies on
imports reported by theUommi tce
on Ways and Means at the ast ses
sion of Congrers, and empowering the
chair to appoint a committee whose
duty it shall ba to take such action as
they may deem expedient to carry
out tne ODjocts oi the meeting and ita
principles. Ernest P. Wheeler made
anaddrees in support of the ngjlii-
The Hon. Abram S. newitt was the
cext speaker. The President, he
said, ought to have used tne power
given him by the public. If the Demo
cratic party now in power fail to send
some free trade measure to the Senate,
let the responsibility ef defeat, if de
feated, rest on themselves and turn
them out of power. The mistake of
revenue reformB fcas been that you
have insisted that the reform thould
begin at the tcp rather than the bot
tom. With free raw material every
thing else may be loft to the energy
and enterprise of the American peo
ple. Mr. Hewitt said that revenue re
form was necofsaty to this city and
the whole country, and he was reedy
to die, if rec?fSrry. in the c nise. He
concluded: "If ycu have not a revenue
reform hero look to tbe Democratic
party, not to the Republicans to bring
it out." Orlando B. Potter urged the
members to action, and predict d that
conuouance oi the policy oi pro
tection would enclave labor. He
claimed that protection prevented tho
development of the Pacific coast.
Congressman Adams pledged himself
to vote for any free trade measure ad
vocated by tbe party,
Louisville. Kv., October 12. Dr.
W. Godfrey Hunter, of Cumberland
county, Ky., was today nominated for
Congress by the Republicans of tbe
Third Dietrict. i
Naw York, October 12. .The fo. low
ing Congressional nominations were
made today: New York Fifteenth
District, Democrat, Henry ' Bacon, for
the full term and to fill tbe vacancy
existing on account of the death of
farieiAL to the, ipntAu l
Pine Blitk. Ark.. O.toher 12.
Gen. W. N. Portis died suddenly this
morning of d'sei ss of the heart. He
was major of cavalry in t:e I'ocftder'
tits army, and wms dntingulshed for
his valor acd devction to the lost
cause, llj was a Brigadier General in
the Brooke-Bixti'r w.ir, end whs a
leading epirit in net ning the present
government in uie pemue ot Arkansai
raih of Knnr Admiral Nit hoi
Pomkret, Conn , October 12. Roar
Admiral Edward T. Nichols died hero
tti s afternoon altera khort lllueo?.
A dude, a beautiful tight-trowsered
dude, slipped on a looee stone and
bruited his dainty ankle. The gentle
patient is doicg well, lie ures Salva
Have used Tongaline in neuralgia
with perfect success; one vaoacxee
cf neuralgia of the heart. J. H.
C.'arke, M. D , Cuba, Mo.
Sew Tor "ll olle" Aldermen
Nkv Yhbk, October 12.-Nine of
New York' ''boodle" aldermen were
yesterday rearrested and held in J40,
0C0 tomle, an increase of $15,000.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. '
"If the inhabitants of great cities
tould see the filth that is eomealed in
the water which they use, and trace
every drop and particle to its source,
disgust and nausea would be sufficient
New York Timei, July 20,1885.
' The purity of A POLLINARIS
offers the best security against the
dangers which are common to most
of the ordinary drinking waters."
London Medical fieoord.
Oall Greceriy Druiili, h Mia. Wat. Dtaltri,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Tho Croam of Tartar usod in DR. PRICE'S
CREAM BAKING TQWDER m tho purest in tho
world. The crystals aro from tho finest Grapes, im
ported direct from Iho vineyards of France.
M'ashlixjton, J). C, April 23, 18S5.
I have analural tho Cream of Tartar wed in Jr.
Price's Jialinu Powder, ami find it of tho highest degree
of purify. ...... . L peter collier.
Chief Chemist ior tho United States Department of Agriculture.
Tho following, Iloadri of theGreat Universities and;
Public Food Analyst, find Dr. Price's tho purest and'
strongest. Freo from Ammonia, freo from Lime, froo
irora Alum, and recommend its use in every family.
i. ,n,.n?ii.'!v !'!!,,lV,il0,,M writounvof llm Chemist named:
! I - V- ,V. ! I.WaleCheiuiMt, I'mverslty tieonriii, Athens (!;u
!? V: KhpIK. l,iitornsidi'iitHtut Hounlol Health, Luusiuir, Mich.
I'nif. II. M. .SC IKKKKIL An.ilvtii.nl Clw.mM si 1..,, M.l s'
IiVi. ii k
V.V . '';; V. , l.lllT VJIJU'V, IXIM4M1, muss.
r,,K ! lVl,U..,.',,'iV,.l'-;S ' 'hiinilst to Urn Dep'L.r Health. l!r.xklyu. X. Y.
"'I- !,U,' 2 'W v .VXiV M; -.;.l"lii.fr Mnllrul (College, ColiuubiLsfohio.
I'rnf. M. DKLMiN 1 A1NK, Annlytieal Chemrst, Clilciign, III.
Irf. It. H. (J. 1'A'I'ON. KiitoCheiiiistllealtli Deiiuiti it, Chicago, 11L
W.-IOUX M.OUDWAV.Miism. Instltntoot TtTlinoloirv, HostVi.
J'n.f. It. A. Wl'ITIIAU.S. A, M., M. 1)., University of Duilulo, N. Y,
J rnf. A. II. SAM V State Chemist, Unt IhiKtoii, VI.
l'rof. JOHV HOHI.ANDKIt, Jr., A. M.. M. 1)., I'rnf. Chemistry and Toxicology.
. . Oolh'iro Mi-cIIHiiiiiiiii1 Huwit, Ctiiflunnti, .
rroftt. AUS ri'.N & WlliltKlt.l'riifs.CliemlHtrv.KiitifersColleee.Vnw ItninswIek.X J.
l'rof. UKOIUiK E. U.VlUiElt, l'rof. Cuwulslry University ot lViiiwylvunitt, l'lilia
Prof. TETKU COI.IJKR, Chief Chemist for tho United StuU's Department, of ArtI-
ruiiuni, f ii'.nniKioii, ir. -.
Prom. I1F. S & KICK. 1'mrs.Clieiiilsrry, Ontario Soliool rhanimry.Tornntn.Crmmla.
Dr. JAMKS AI.UHW'IIT, ClieiniHtHt.lhe UnlUxl Suites Mint, Now Orleans, La.
l'rof. KIMiAK KVKK11AKT, l'rof. Chemistry, University of Texan, Austin, TwuiS.
l'rof. K. W HUAiAKI) lif Cliemlstry Uulvewlty C'alfforula, Ikirkulcy, CaL
FORTY ODD YEARS 0LO. ASSETS, $00,800,000
Itf-lVd rcllcy-II.ildcrg In 1885, S OOO.IIOO, aiitl Not a Jrallar of
Contented i luitii !"fou
msnt and iltinriil trnKtnient o
the i ew vork l.ir ha
1 rarnHrkfthI In lt exhibit of enenratlo and fklllful manae
f polloy-holdo'i. Tho Itrimant atutjununt im nlnlnlv lh
I AVfir mKili-..n.l fht i ...In. all .1... ...I L l-
Commtrfial Bullttin, frliruary 12, 18"
PUBULY. MUTITAIj, ANU IIEKCI INMHtlM 1. AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
iioam 1, Cotton Exchango Unildini,'.
FUKSTKNHB1M At hii ronliIor.ee, No.
337 Aiiami 'rot, Tusiday, October 12, 1HM,
at 7:30 p.m., H. Furstiniihim. Due notloe
of fiinoral will h irlran.
roixY WK IIX NIIOW
a beautiful ariovtmcnt. of Woolen DreM Pat
terni, emhraoinv everj new and known da-
mrn of ilua aeaaon in Kuoda for VialtlnK,
Pronoenaile and Tailor 0uiti. Theae pat
tern! will be offurod
AT 7.50 EACH.
In ovary pattern will be Inolniled the fullaat
luantitr ot gooua and triiuuiinga, proiorly
and taalefullr combine!.
aw-The tiriro per pattern. 7.RO. ia mar.
antaed to be tbe lowa.t Saure at which theae
gooda will ever be aold.'
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphla,:Tenn.
.BK.it.dT.l"w?.,?C ,rl0, W"' 'mV"' 1U MtJ
Teueiuae Munafactarlng Co.' riuliln, Drllln. Sheeting, Bhlrtinr, E)
XjiUTVtlVIOTAJ- cflf OAXjtZM.
COltDUKOl S. EVERY SHADE.
The nobliieit aaaortment of 75c yard French,
bnttlinh and Uerman Dreaa Ocnda In the
market. The KIUIITand PROPKR Trim.
rotnaafor tSTYLlttll Uooda not to be lound
Jao Is. o "t ia
ALL TUB RAGE.
KREMER'B hare the mint complete atnek,
and Nobbieat Htjrlea. I'rloe them-lluy thorn.
A Jacket for ear Lady, everr Miu.av.rr
Child. Kremer'i have 1UU Jacket! to aelect
The Tubllo in Very IteHpfctfully and
Enrnehty Invited to lnhpect.
Orrioi or th Bonn or KueoTioir, 1
Memnhla. October 1.1. 1KHA. I
BIDS For repairing and repainting the
roofa of tha M.rkat afrnat. IJIrv itriut
and Paabodr Sohnolhouiiea will ba racalvad
at thu offlce up to 12 m. 'lui inatant.
uy order ot tne Hoard.
A. a. hill., HocrctaTT.
And Cennlrj Hlore Inanraaoe Ulvea
. HprrlHl A(lntloa, bj
OEHERAL INMVRANCB AUV.HT,
Room 1, Cotton Exchang Duilding.
Cnpllnl Kcprearnleol, 110,000,000,
arlnvitea Correapendence and Interview.
UK. It. L. LA8KI,
rbyalclan, 8nrceoa and Aceoacher,
RKSIDKNCB AND OFFIOI,
313 Slain (Street, Near Union.
- XUpl9B.K. 88. . SOZi
AM TltUST- COMPANY.
VfiNHPHNkJi! MIOIIAEL QAVIN. J. O. 11 ANIIWKKKKR,
LAW3 JI".IN W.COCIIRAH, J AM !" A. O VniKK.?.'
ANDRKW RKNKKRT. Ml , COLKMAN, KWI OOLDSMITH.
JAMEB ti. UOBlNWOli, WM. RATZKNliBKOlCR, : HARDWIU PKKEH.
arDnpoatta recelred la iini ot Vl and upward, and lntereit allowed on lame demf
annuallr. nar We bur and aell local Inreatment Bonda and Becnrltlea generallr, par tanea, act at
truateea, and. In general, execute any Bnanolal baalneaa roiuiring a aale and reaeonalbla
VI laau drafta, In mmi to auit pnrchaaera, on all part of Knrope.
We hart a oominodioua Vault for tha depoait ot Taluablea, wbloh It at tho lerrloo Ol
our ouatomeri, rroa or 4;iir(e.
J), r. UADDEN, President, EVTI). HOLO.SMITH, Tlce-Presldeat.
JAMKH BfATHAW. (anhler.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
l, B. UODWIN, Pros't. J. H. HOOUBaV Vlee-Preg'U C U. RAINE, Caakiea
I, B. TTJRHT.
W. H. BltUO,
JOHH ARM II
HomrcX or Dtraotora.
J M. HOODBAR,
BRRON, R. T. OOOPKR.
iTUAD. a. R. HRVA1M a w Muwui(ar
ar A poaitory l lha ntf f Ti.bmim, TranauMta a uenrnil Uant?,
isaMinnaai anei una npeeiau Aiaemiaem Ui ejell(Mtutna.i
j. r. aoDwnr,
J. W. FALLS,
LIVEItY, 1J0ARD1NG AND SALE STABLE
3io. 331 Nevoud street.... Meuiplila, Teuu.
mm- Inn HtooK.ti arHtyHn T rurnotaa.T
J. H. 000117111
And Crommlsslon Merchants.
Hoi, 84 and SO UadUon Street, Ueraiiii