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ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TENN., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, ISStt.
VOL. XLVI--NO. 210
A status of Admiral Coligny is to I
be erected iu the open (pace facing
the Rue de Rivoli, Paris, in front of
the Oratoire, the church in which the
Calviouts have worshipped ever since
the revolution. The revenges of Time
re sure if slow. The mimcra of SL
Bartholomew is thus to be partially
atoned for.
Wk publish on the second pagj a eec
ond editorial from the MUtissijpi Valley
Medical Monthly touching the disgrace
ful and discreditaVe condition of the
bo called Oily Hospital. Coupled with
the previous article it mkes a revolt'
ine story, shaming our humanity ac
loading ns with the perpetuated d's
grace of daily neglect and crneity.
Thb people living on either tide of
the Miesirsippi river below Cairo will
read with approval the allotments
made by the River Commissioner,
who seem ti lave been guided in
their difficult teak by a spirit cf fair
ness looking to the instant needs of
the people of threatened point?, and
the necessity for completing works
already in prrgress. So far a Mem
phis is concerned the has abundant
reason to be f atisfied. Ard she is.
Beorbt at the death of Mr. Henry
Furstenhsim is general. His fellow
merchants and the poor whom he suc
cored are alike pronounced in thei
praise of one whose heart was easily
moved, aod whoee hand was liberal
in the dispet nation of ready help an
satisfying relief. His funeral today
will be au occasion of profound public
regret, and will be made memorab
by the a'tendaace of the, meet diet in
guished of our cit'zens. By thus hon
oripg the memory of a useful and pub
lie spirited mau . we make 'a good
example onspicaoos for the rising
and coming generation'.
The vbitors from Missou'i, who take
their departura today, have eeneriHy
expressed them3elvea as much grati
fied at the heartiness of tbeir recep
tion here and surpr's-d at the megni
tude of the trade of the city and it
beauty and proportions. But nothing
bo much imp'ewed them as the post
tion cf Memphis on the Miesis
sippi and its unrivaled facilities for
the distribution of Western product?,
They came to us strangers, bat they
return to their homes declared and
outspoken friends of a city that Is
nearer to the sea than 8t. Louis and
better able to respond to tbeir de
mands as sellers and buyer?.
It is in the highest degree creditable
to the people of Kerrville that they
continue to conserve the good name
of Shelby county as one of the most
productive in the Mississippi valley
by annual fair?, that we
are very happy to know
are growing in interest every year,
Our special correspondent's dispatch
on the second page will be read, we
feel ture, with pleasurable interest
by the farmers of other districts in the
count and perhaps it may stimulate
them to unite with their mc re enter
prieing brothers in the neighborhood
of Kerrville aod re-estabiish the sys
ttm of county fairs that for years in
ante bellnm days won an enviable
celebrity for Shelby.
.Tas Memphis Jockey Club mates
official annonncement today of the fall
meeting to commence on Tuesday, the
26th instant, and continue for five
days. In another column we publish
the entries fir each day, from which
it will be seen that many of the fastest
horaea in the country will patticipate,
The track will be in excel
lent order, the grounds are hand
somer than ever, and the officers have
made all neces-ery arrangements to
maintain the high character the club
enjoys at home atu abroad for good
sport, the largest latitude consistent
with order, decency and fa;r dealing.
We confidently predict that the at-
tendance from abroad will be la-gor
than during any ot the preceding sea
sons.
Ocr esteemed friend "Boggy" John
Bton, who is known far and wide for
the interest he takes in anything that
will benefit Arkansas, has for months
been working with a'l his might for
the fair to be held next week at Tine
Bluff by the colored farmers of that
State, and he ba, we are glad to
know, succeeded in accomplishing a
great deal, enough to encourage the
industrions colored people to open the
fair on the 19th instant under cir
cumstances of exceptional eclat. The
list of premiums is very encouraging,
and there is every reason for believing
that the fair will be one of the marked
successes of the year. "Boggy" is a
benefactor whose eood wishes for
struggling people constantly guide his
nanus ana tin heart.
What Mr. Barker, of Dyersburg,
says on tbe sixth page in answer to
Mr. Fowlkes is a clear and manly
statement of party u?pgo acd custom,
and the duty that rests upon every
man to be guided by that usage and
that custom. So long as parties exist,
and they will no doubt continue to
exist until tbe dawn of tbe millenium,
they can only be controlled and gov
erned by established ruler. And these
rules must be imperative and imme
diate. Without them the law of the
majorily would prove a farce, and in
dividual whim, caprice or ambition
tion prevail to the confusion
of its affairs, inviting inevita
ble ruin. Mr. Fowlkes will,
we hope, see his duty bv the light of
Mr. Parker's statement, and vield
gracefully to the will and wish of the
majority. By doing eo he will consult
the success of the party ard his own
continued UB?fu'ne s as an ebteemed
member cf it. Kven in so strorg a
democratic countv as Dver achum
must not be encouraged or condoned. J
A CHRISTUI MESSAGE
FROM THE PROTESTANT EPIS
COPAL TO TUB
Congregational Chnrch-Tbe Debate
on the Proposed Change of Same
Began Thanksgiving Day.
Chicaoo, III., October 13. At tbe
i-pucipai convention thin morning the
fitaudiDg (Jommittee on Prayer ilxm
to whom bad been referred tbe reso u
t'ons ofl'rtd by a lay delegate from
Lent rat rjDneylvann. to tbe ette
that the convention memorialize tbe
Preeident cf tbe United States to a
toint an earlier dav for the annual
Thanksgiving, reported that in view of
tbe loce established custom ol ob
serving Tbanksgiviog Day in Novem
ber, it wis u' desirable lor the con
vention to fek tbe civil authorities to
make any change. They asked to be
discharged iromany timber conaicera
tton of the subject. The report ws
p aced on t' e calendar.
The Rev. Pnillips Brooks offered tl
following resolution:
Iiemhed.Tho Houe of Bishops con
curring, that tbe several convention
of the Protectant Ejieopal Church o
America tend cordial greetings to tbe
aFsembly ol the Uongregatioual
Uhatcb, now in sesBion in this city
and exprtss to them our devout Lope
that our deliberations may minister
together tor the elorv of Ucd end ad
vancement of a cjmmon Cbrintianity,
In orTeringthis res .fution Dr.Biooka
said that it did nut seem to him that
any remarks were needid to insure its
adoption.
Tho Rev. Dr. Leffingwell, of Quincy
said before adopting resolutions n
would like to inquire into the doc-
tiine cf discipline and worship of that
bjdy. Did anybody know what its
standard of belief was? He thought
they might as well propose to seud
grouting to the Unitarians. He moved
that tbe resolution bs laid on tbe table.
The motion was lost by a vote of 84
to 184.
The Rev. Dr. Hopkins, of Cantral
Pennsylvania, said that a great many
memoiiais bad been presented trom
all the country in favor of Christian
unity, and he thought the motion of
the delegate from Qiincy was a slap
in tbe face to alt who we desirous of
having Christian unity. There was
great difference tetween Uti arians
and Congregationalism. As third was
nothinz in Congreg'itionallsts to die
tinguisb them from Jvang4lical Lnrit
tendom, tbe conveuuon shou d sbo
by the adoption of the resolution that
they meant what they Bald about
Christianity.
Th Kev. J. S'ansbury. of Northern
New Jtraey, moved to amend by add
ing tne words ' and that we t saute
them that we earnestly pray for such
peace and unity is is acctrding to
God's will, th ough Jeeus Christ our
Lord."
Tbe Rev. Dr. Brooks accepted the
axendmenr. The Rev. . L. 8lod
dard, of Northern New Jersey, offered
as a substitute that the words Congre
gational brethren be used initsad of
Con gr Rational C b urch.
Alter general discussion the subs' I
tute was adopted by a vote rf 102 to
112. Ths regular order of the day,
which proposi d the change of name,
was railed bp. The secretary then
read together two resolutions, one by
Mr. Judd, abolishing the came "Pro
testant Episcopal." and by Dr. Ada-n.
fUDsuiuuLg mat oi American uam
olic "
Dr. Dix ruled that Mr. Judd's reso
lution took precedence, and Mr. Prince
then took the floor in behalf of Judd's
resolution. Mr. Coffee, the Rev. Mr,
Davenporr, aid Ju'ge Stewart, of
Maiyland, also took part in tbe dietus-
eion, wbicb las ed until 11) o clock.
Ai j lururaenr.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Death of Jack Agei-y, Ibe Noted
Colored Democrat.
ISPIOlAL TO TBI APPBAL.I
Litti.r R ck, Akk., October 13.
Maj. J. W. Cailoway, of this ci'y, to
day received intelligence from United
Sta'es tsunat r J. K. Jones, nt Wash
ington, cf the death there yesterday
of the great Arkansas colored Demo
cratic p jlitician, Jack A eery. On re
covering his freedom, Aeery adopted
the politcil faith of bis
previous owners as his
doctrine and as subsequent years
opened up to Lim, giving additional
experience, be grew to be a man
whom it was no easy mat er to get tbe
best of in a political discussion. He
stumped Virginia for the Democ
racy in 18S4, and has an acquaintance
among tbe citiz-ns of the common
wealth second to none of our public
men. lie was in Washington on otli-
cial business when ha was stricken
down, and received tbe fostering care
during bis fatal illneps of At
torney Genntal Garland, United States
(Senator James h.. Joms and
Col. Jacob Frolich. Ilisremaks will
be sent here for interment, and his
lunera: will doubtless be attended by
notable persons from all over Arkan
sa?, who knew and admired bis good
judgment in taking the step he did on
the light of freedom being turned in
on bis boui.
COLPMBUS, MISS. .
Tbe Illinois Central Hnrvey Death
of a Prominent Lady.
Israelii, to thi irriAL.I
Columbus, Miss , October 13. Mr?.
Lucy Winston, wife of Capt. William
winet-in and daughter of Mr. James
W. Hcrrifl, of this place, died last
night at 7 o'clock. Mrs. WinBton bad
been in poor bealth for several
months, and spent most of the sum
mer at Waukesha and other health re
sort?, but to no purpose, and relumed
home a few wetkj ago. She was
buried tbii afternoon, the funeral
being one of tbe largest ever witnessed
in Columbus.
The Illinoia Central surveying party
finished tbeir work here today and
will have in the morning for West
Point, and will rnn a line from there
to a point eight miles from Columbu,
on the Muldrow survey, as tbe people
of West Point have cflVred 175,000 to
have that p'aoe as the function of the
ranch instead ot Muldrow.
.oal.vllle Cemet.
PREPARE FOR FLOODS.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ings subject too erffow should be con
trocted with Louisville Cement. It is
the standard.
Itemoval or Confedrrate Donl.
Louisville, Ky.. Ojtober 13. A
Courier-Journal special reports the dis
interment of the remains of 150 Con
federate soldiers of Texas and Missis
sippi, buried in unmarked graves at
Iiopkinsville, Ky. They will be bu-!
ried in a beautiful cemetery given by
the uity uonncn. Mr. J. u Latham
a New York binkr. who wrs a Con
federate toldier, will erect a handsome
granite monument, in addition tjsev
eral individual monuments, one of
which will be placed at the grave of
uen. J as. a. j&ciBon.
MARKS, BATE, HOUSE & CO,
WARS ED OF THE KOMINATION OF
DR. I1 LA3KY,
Who Led tbe " Bob Taylor" Crowd
is tbe LeglalatnreTbat Elected
Howell F. Jaekaon.
knoxville Journal: The untsrrified
Democracy of rock-ribbed old Sullivan
on Monday last, nominated Dr. Nat
Dulaney as their candidate for Repre
eentative after more than 200 ballot-
fngs. Dr. Dulaney in excellent en
t'eman by the w ay is a cousin of B b
and Alf. He was a member of the
Legislature in 188l,and, although he
was understood to b a decided friend
of Senator Bailey in his content for re
election, the ties of kindred proved
stronger man mere personal prole:
ehce and "Cousin Nat" felt constrained
to cast bis vote for ' Cousin Bob" for
the Senate, be bavirg, contrary to a l
expectation, on tbe part of Senator
Bjiley, "consented" at the last hoar,
to "allow hia rauie to be used" in that
connection. We well remember the
friends of Senator Bailey including
tbe bena'or, Mmsell were ou spoke
af er hia defeat, in declaring that the
detection c insed by 1Mb 1 aylor a un
expected canuina'ure was the prime
cause of Senator B ilty's defeat, tb
few votes diawn from him by B. b
having thrown him out of the letd
and ultimate'y caused his overthrow.
we remember, too, that it was openly
charged at the time, in the hotel cor
ridor', tbat Bob bad not only assured
Henatir uauey at Washington that be
would not be a candidate, but that he
(Bailey) should have the benefit of
bis influence in the contest. All Hub
was then a mutter of coni'i on la k
and free discussion. The censure was
not directed at Dr. Dulaney as much
as at the Hon. Bob, it being conceded
by mcst porsins tbat "Cousin Nat"
was in some degree ex urab'e for bud-
poiting "Couiin Bob,"upn his de
mand or nq iicet fur his vote. But
what it will no doubt be interesting
for Mark, Bate, House & Co. t
know, is tbat "Cou-iu Nat" will
again lead the East Tennessee Dem
ocratic lorcfB whatever tbat may
amount to in tbe next Men
tonal col test and they urn
rest assured that "Ol usin Nat" is no
dead-head in snch undertakings. Tbey
may yet fkd tbat in scheming to
shelve niDreil at a lxmney, and eatie
fyErst Tennessee's claims by throw
ing the Gubernatorial nomination to
Bob Taylor, tbey "builded more un
wisely for themselves than they
knew." We venture to sugiest to
them, now, that their only safety lies
in throwing a few wet blankets on tbe
"Bub Taylor boom" as it rolls by on
the return toward tbe east. The
scheme for Bob's nomination was quits
neatly and covertly managed. Tho
colla; s9 of his "boom" could be quite
as successfully managed by euch adroit
manipulation?. We charge no:hing
for this warning or this remedial sug
gestion. Theie is blood on the Sena
torial moon.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Important Heeling- of tbe Directors
or tbe W., C. and St. I..
ISPICUL TO THI ArriAL.I
Nashville, Tens.. October 13. An
important meeting of the directors of
the Nashville, Chattnnooga and St.
Lou's railrrad was held today. Presi
dent J. W. Thomas was autho'ized to
act for the company and make con
tracts with the Nashville and Knox
ville road for the tunning of train?.
The question of the extension from
ftlora to liuntBvil'e was relerred to
Preeident Thomas, who was author
ized fo contract for the building
of the road whenever he ws
satisfied as to the subscription?
to the amount of $50,000. In
the matter of the Fpjrta exteniion
President Thomas was antho ized to
contract with the Bonir Coal Com
pany for this road to their cal flsldn.
The two boards, that of tbe Tenn-ssee
Coal, Ir.-m and' Raihotd Com
pany, and the .Nashville, Cbattanorga
aod St. Louis Railroad Comnany botn
being in union, the cjntraet which
has been pending for eome time was
closed by which the Tenneseee Coal,
iron and Kailrrail Company sold to
tbe Nashville, Chattanooga and S
Louis Railroad Company its railroad
from Cowan to Trecy City for $.r00,000
The toad will pa's into the bauds
of the purchaser on the 1st of
November. The president was di
rected to complete the road up
Sequatchie Valley to tbe coal mines
of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Rail
road Company.
BROWNSVILLE, TENN.
Death of aHifrbly Rmpeeted Lady
-Seriously III.
IsrlOIAL TO TBI APPIAI..I
Brownrvilli, Tenn., October 13.
Mrs. W. O. Nixon, one of our noblest
Christian women, died last night,
aged about 05 yea's, after a paln'ul ill
nefs of eome two week?, tew ladies
are more generally beloved for beau'v
and gentleness of character than waB
Mrs. JSixon by all who knew her. The
funeral took place at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, and was very largely at
tended. The Rev. T. W. R'ymond,
tbe pastor of the Presbyterian Church,
of which she was a member, per
formed the services.
Dr. Rogers, of Memph's. was tele
graphed for today to consult in the
case of young Robert Haywood, who
is still quits ill.
Tbe Damage by Tnenday's Htorra
U really atxagBeraleO.
Galvbbtos, Tex.. October 13. Last
n'ght'8 furious galea subbed toward
morning and today ia c'Oi Tho dam
pge to shipping aod railrfful property
is alight and beyond the wetting of a
couple of barges laden with cotton, on
the Qulf side of the city, no serious
damage is reported.
Tiie beet and cheapest in the world.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cosls you only
2j ceuts a bottle.
Maid to Have Hailed for Kagland,
Montreal, October 13. It ia said
that Neeld, the Chicago defaulter, who
was here the other day. is now on his
way to Eogland, accompanied by hn
wiie. it was i .una mat ne could not
e legally detuned here.
Mb. Charles ScnKEiNER, foreman of
large meat house in Baltimore, Aid.,
Bays: 'Salvation Oil acts like magic
on a sprained wrist." Price 2! cents. .
IWDERLY RE-ELECTED
WITHOUT OPPOSlllOX FOR HIS
EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE TtRtt.
I he Ofllce of Secretary-Treasurer
Divided and Mr. Turner Elect
.ed Treasurer.
Richmond, Va., Ooioher IX The
(relegates to the General Astenbly
Knights of Lbor were early a'oot
tbis morning ana an usually prt mot in
their attendance at Armory Hall,
whe e the sessions are be d. The
most important work of the conven
tion was begun yesterday, when tbe
Gete al Master Workman declared
amendments to the conatitution in
order and waa sustained in his de
cision by the assembly despite tke
objections of a few. This work of
amending the constitution was re
sumed this mornirg and p'osscuted
throughout the session. The prj
po:ed amendment to tbe constitu
tion extending t) two year the
term-i of all gemra! othVrs except
lug thoaeof th members of the Co
operative Bosrdf was taken up and
adopted. The terms of tlis members
of the Co-opeiative Board remain is a"
present. Chat gs iu tbe constitution
required a two-thirds vote for tbeir
al. ption, and the calling of the roll of
612 delegates consumed a gcod deal of
tim. When tbat matter had been
diepoeed of the regular order of bnsi
ness waa suspended and the General
Assembly preceded tottie election of
general officers.
General Mas'er Workman Powderly
and General Woitby Foreman Grit-
11 ha were re-electtd to the offices tucy
nave aireaay neia rxr s ven cmsecu
live year.. ibis ait rtioon the a -
sembly will continue the electicn of
olticrrs.
Afternoou HeNnion.
At the afternoon tee-don it was de
cided to divide the oflico of General
Secretary-Treasurer. Char es H. Titch
ma", of Marblehead, Ma?s., waaplaci d
iu nomination for the ohVe of Secre
tary bv James Canpbell, of Pittsburg,
ra. ine i om naiionwas leuondtd by
Tom O'Reilly, of New York. Ti e
only card da e ptared in nominatio n
in opposition was Jo eiih Buchanan.
ot Denver, Col. Tltchman waa elected
by more than 130 m hritv. Frederick
Turner, the present General S.-eretery-Treasurer,
was nominated for G. neral
ireasurar by K. L. Trevellick, of
Detroit, Mirtb., and secouded
by JumPB E. Quino, cf New
York. Tbe only candida'e
nominated m opposition was II. B ck
myer, of New Jersey. Mr. Turner
was ebctud by more than 200 manr-
uy. Biiiu mi ior mernoersoi tne 151
ecutive Bjard then began. The fol
lowing names wer pia .ed in nomina
tion: John W. Hays, New Jeisey;
Tboe. P. Barry, Michigan j W. II B.i
ley. Ohio: T. B. MoGuire. Nuw Y.rk:
Tom O'Reilly, New Rirk: Josejh
Buchanan. Colorado: W. II. Mullen.
R cbmondi Ir B. Aglesworth, Balti
more; John How. Marsacbueet s.
An informal ballot wrs taken in
which Mr. Hayes led in tbe number
of votes polled, with Mr. Barry second.
Home delegtsa w.ntid to continoe
voting, butamntiorj to adjourn until
tomorrow Was ptlt. r,d eairied. The
nomination ol T V. Powderlv for G?n-
eral Mas'er Workman was made by Ji
F. Gould of Indianapolis, and s-c nd
ed by Tom O'Reilly of New Yorr.
both of whom are telegrapherr.
When the nominat'on and elec
tion of General Mafter Wrrkma-t
was declared in order today Mr.
Powderly vaca'ed the ct.a:r, the
General Woitby Foreman takii g his
p ace. More than a hundted dele
gates shouted: "Have the elccion
marie by acclamation ' When Mr.
Griffith put the question tlieie wes a
storm of "ayes." When the "noW
were called for there was one Eolitary
no. it cauie irom Henry a ci-
myer, who heads the delevation from
uittrict Assembly 61, of Vw Jerrey.
ThiB delegatioa wearH a yeilew badg,
itb toe motto "Solid lor Harmony."
Thire was 'no candidate placd in
nominaiiou in oppoi-ition to Mr. Pow
derly and he received tht voUsof th G47
delegates pressnt, Wlien Mr. Gnflith
was nominated lor te-i lection as Gen
eral Wcrh F.jremar, the only ca-
d uts nominated in oppotiiion waa
R. R. Bonne t, of MiuniH. Mr. Ban
net received only fifty votes and Mr.
Griffith's election was made unani
mous. There will be r.o election for
General Insurance 8 wre'ary, the office
now be d by Homer L. McGaw, as the
office 1ms biei abolished by the adop
tion of an amendment to the con
stitution.
three at One Time.
ChootawCo., Ala'., December 30, 1885.
Aold Iron Earth Company:
Gentlemen I have been sorely af
flicted with rheumatiam, tcga'her
with dyspepsia and chronic diarrhoea,
for about four years. During tbis tirre
nave bad many attacks ot acute
rheumatism, causing my Joints to en
large, thereby producing great pain
and much Buffering. After trying
many remeoies Irom wbicn l experi
enced no relief I concluded to give
the Acid Iron Earth a trial. After
using one bottle I was entirely
cured of both dyepepsia and
chronic dlarrluel and much re
lieved of rheumatism, After
using the second bottle I improved
rapidly, and continued to improve
until I had taken the fourth bottle,
when I found mvielf entirely relieved
of the rheumatism and had gained
sixteen pounds in flesh. I now feel
perlectly well in every respect, and
do cheerfully recommend the Acid
Iron Kanh to all who may be afflicted
8 1 have been. Respectfully,
1 M. F. KNiaHT.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
FOH QOVEIlNOtl,
ROBERT L. TAYLOR, of Washington.
FOR COIiil HESS,
JAMES PHRI.AK, "f Bhelby.
LEGISLATIVE 11VKE1.
1IENRT J. LYNN.
J. D. M0NTED0NIC0.
W. R. HARRKLL.
RALPH DAVIS.
J. W. ALLEN.
W. L. CLAFP.
R. A. ntiLrM.
FOB BAIilS.
Plantation of A. La k Co. on Island 34
tor division ol an eatate. It eontaim about
25U0 anrea of rich bottom land; about 'U
aire in cultivation i teveral hundred acres
above any overflow. Can be mada one
of the (inert Block fnrmn, cmplelely tur
rounded by water, wliioh nrevenU the ei
onpeof itook. Alio, about 150 Head oi Cattle,
whir-h are in fine condition, inoludinr ieve
ral hhort-horn Durham Bulli, Cows and
Yearling. Addreia
A. LEA k CO . Fulton, Tenn.,
or W. A. (IAUE i CO.,
fto. MgwiH itreet, Meaaphla, Tenn.
iHf:i.
JACK At rwidnr.ee. No. 2119 t'nion utreet,
n'edneaday mnrnini, Octohtr H. 1SK(i, at 6
0 ciocK, bamvei. Jii'k, jr., axed Zs yean.
Funeral will take place fro o reel Jt nee
thla (T11TJRSDAY) mornini at 11 o'olock.
Frlendi arc invited to attend. Services by
the Her. Dr. Iioaga.
HOYLK-October 13, 1SW, at II :10 a.m.. at
imi oi'lar etreer, L'ithhi Botli, aaed I
yean, iiiter of Patrick and Thnmaj lioyle.
Funeral will take place from 19!) Poplar
f-treot thla (THURSDAY) morning at
o olook. Berrien at fit. PeUr'a Church.
Friendw of the family are InTifcd to .ttend
FUNERAL NOTICE.
runsinwuBiM xm rrleida and ao
Quaintancei of the laU II. KuaaTiaaaiM are
invited to atUnd hia fur. eral thla (THURS
DAY) afternoon at 3 o'olock, from the fam
ily residence, on Adams itreet. Servioes by
the Rev. Dr. Bogg.
Members of Diamond Lodse No. .Vtt, K. of
II., are requented to attend the funeral of
our iare nroiner. n. t u8TiiHm (as per
aoove notiner. mamnersoi sister oity lodges
ooraiauy invirea.
By oid-r L0UI9 P0DKSTA, Dlctitor.
A. T. F. Vhni, KnnorUr.
M M.'s in go:d atandina fraternally invited.
lly order W. J. II It OWN, W.M.
Attest: C. R. Pot, I. At inHtj crot Jiry.
Gorman-American II. and L. Ash'h.
THK monthly meeting of this association
will be held at their oflico, No. ltl Madison
street, this (THURSDAY), I'ctobor Hlh. at
7:30 o'clock p.m. Loans can be effected.
JOHN HCI1K1HLKH, President.
II. BusnnotK, Senrt tary.
MADE EASY
AT-
uimn
TOD4Y WE WILT, NIIOW
a beautiful asso'tuient of Woolen Dress Pat
terns, embracing every new aed known de
sign of ihii season in goods for Visiting.
Promenade and Tailor emit. These pat
terns will be offered
AT f7.50 EACH.
In every pattern will be inoludod the fullest
quantity ol goods and tftaimlngs, properly
and tastefully combined.
ear 1 be price per pattern, w7.n0, is gnar
inteed to be tbe fowe-t rUure at which these
goods Will ever be sold.
COIIDURO 1 8. EV ER Y SH AltJU.
BEAUTIFUL QUALITIES.
The nobble t Msortmentt 7So jftd Freneh,
English ard Merman Drniw(ods In die
market. The RKillTacd l'RUl;a Trim
mings for bllblHil Uod n4o' loudvl
elsewhere.
s ALL TUB RACK.
KREMKR'8 have the meit evmpleta stock,
and Nobbiest Styles. Price thin-lluy thouj.
A Jacket foreyarr Laity. erer'Alisa, every
Chdd. Kremul ha. Vfl WMleot
from.
The rnblfc Is Very Reapc clfVlIj and .
Earnebtjr lorlted tolobpct.
l(REER'Si
Orni'i or thi Ho a an or Kdvoatior, 1
Memphis, October 13, INHtt. f
BIDS For repairing and repainting the
roofs of the Market siroet. Ola street
and Peabody Kcboolhouses will b reoelved
at th s office up lo Vi m. '1M instant.
lly order of tbe Board.
A. II. HILL, Secretary.
il$ BOIIIMS
INSURANCE
Ami Connlry Slnre laanranrei Olvra)
NpvtIhI a ttrntloa, by
GILBERT RAINE,
UKNKKAt. INHIIKANtJB AUV.HT,
Room 1, Cotton Exobange Building.
4'Rillnl ltiirainlrl, Vllo,OUO,UtlO.
arlnvites Cnrrespendenoe and Interview.
DK. 16. L. LASK1,
I'tiyfllclnn, Snrgeon and Aceoncher,
RE8IDKNCB AND OFFICE,
3i:t Mala Ntrewt, Near Union.
Talenhone No. n.
TAPE WOltMS
f VF.MOVF.D AI.IVR, In m 40 to 90
minutes, complete, with head, or no
rhari
rge. IMcillcine pleasant and harmless.
FASTING. Can be administered with
NO
safety to child or adult. Call on
K. M. NKY NMlTIf ,
At Mrs. Berktel'a house, corner Third and
Manison sts. uoHauLTATion raaa.
HOPKINS
SELLIKG OUT
To Dlasolve Copartaeirehlp.
MILLINERY
BELOW COST!
aTerOur entire stock has to be sold by .Ian-
uary 1, imi, to Dissolve Uopartnershlp
our company retiring,
-We off.r our immense stock Hrgrd.
Ir.. of
Onod Felt Hats - - fiOc
Fine Fell Hats. New bhape , worth 1.2.r. Va
(lenuina Beaver Hats 7f0
Job Lotef Hats, wcrth from II to2 2no
Ileauttrul Kotes, all Oolois ..S for Kki
Ostrich Pompons - Hie
Children's Trimmed UaU, wank 12, lor II (10
Boys'a Cloth, Velvet and Flash Caps,
worth II .1 oiio
Ladies' Trimmed Bats, worth H ti 00
Lon flumes from .Mlo up
Ostrich Tips, 3 in Bunch, front MM up
Birds, Wings. Fancy Peathtrs, Feather
Bands, etc, at Ridiculously ftlcosj
werDon't Lose Your Chance. Remember
irom mis aay to January I, inni.
rBrilsl and Mosr.lDf Oatiltw.
ewThe finest assortment of DOLLS in the
oity.
-Hats Reshaped, Feathera Cleaned, Dyed
and i.urisu.
-Uolden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
Quantities.
GIN HOUSE
INSURANCE
ALL persons desirnus of securing "life
hsiiI Kt-llitble iHKiirnurs'. at Low-
r.l Kntre, on UIN HOUMKH, can be ao
ooinmodoted by applying to the
Planters' Fire and Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY,
At al Maaiewn Nr., Mempbl, Tens I
DESOTO LODOB NO. 29ii, F. A R
A. M. Will meet in sixdal
communication ihia (TUIIKtiUAY)'V if
evening. UM. 14th. at 8 o'clock, for V
wora in the M. M. der.. All' w y
Wim
tREAT fall mieti
op
I
empbisiJockeyClab!
qOMMENCING
TUESDAY,! OCTOBER 20, 1S86.
o -
Four and Fife IlaON Faoh liny.
Nte-pls3tliiiM-a Hnd Hurdle Itaoe.
Mauy ofllieFnoiteMt HorHi In America Mill participate
Itiu-c. coniins?ii( at 2:30 oVIoelt p.m.
1I4T.F lUTI'N on all Itwtroatw and Nt4Mimltoitl.
MTBlLilSlBCO.
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD. ASSETS, $tt,800,00
VxS'Va'A rtllry-H..ldT8 In 1N8.1, S.OOO.OOO, and Not a Dollar of
L'OUttieted e. lit I in I "Xa.H
; yxr ' "' ," "" rT. , .
FHUKI.Y Ml'TUAI ANI m.
GILBERT RAXNR
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Koom J CottoudKxebanKo UiiiMiiiir.
MMHIMIIN , T F X N FN FF.
SECURITY BANK OF MEMPHIS
A NAFK DEPUNIT TKIINT ('WMPAKT ANI NAVIJN RAMI.
NO. 43 MAIIIMW rVTKHFT,
R. D. F RAvaia, Pres. W. N. Wilkkro, V. P. R. J. Black, Cashier.
HOARD ' ItlHt.l'TUH.a
kson aJ llh"k' llllufo,
wiiik... .7 . Ti i I "" .im.rii, a.u luterem auoweu on same rcmi-annaally.
iij 11 lo'1 "'tli w aa Tfustee.Ttecelver.ero., for cornoratlons or indi-
T ?S nil JJ1il?Juu0m-B,0,li?",lT"ult tr iefosit of valuables for the tienetlt of rtKHI-..ii-V.-.i
0 a ... ' . "I obnrg...Biif J)oi.oit Uxn for rent. Niitliiam NprrlMllw
imam & mm
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GEI.'TLEHEH'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 329 and 338 Main St M8mpIilai,:Tenn.
S? the ttltol BB ValYatSS-h,' r"4M WM ttm
Teueau Maaafactarlaf Co.1 Plalda, DrlUa, Hhwtlnf, Hhlrtlaf, E
IsaMMOlV At OAIsa, '
un savings mi
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOARD OS
NAPOLKON HILL,
LOUIS IIANAtlKH,
LA.AHIIH LKVY.
A W I k 11 IT 117 DLMtBtlH
ALi i ' iv in vv i n n nnii
JA.MKH S. HOiHNHON.
Deposits received ia anma of tl and
annually.
aXT VVe buy and sell local Investment Bonds
i'"""! " i" general, eieouie any nnaooiai ouiineis requiring a sale and responsible
agent.
r We issue drafts, In turns to snlt purchasers, on all parts of Europe.
vsr Wshsie a commodious Vault for th deposit ol valuables, which II at
our customers, free of Jharr.
1). P. HAUDIlN, Proaliluul. EWI). (JOLUSMIT1I, Tlce-rre8ldfl.
JAMKS HATH AN. (!aahlor.
warn
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. B. GODWIN, Prea't, J. M. C1O0UBAU, Viee-Pres't, C. H. RIIAE, Caiktefli
loBlrt of Dlrootora.
jr. M. flOODBAS,
M. SAVIN.
T, B. BIMBj,
CDARLRS KNIT,
R. T. 0OQPFR,
, 1. TJIRLIT,
a. pnyv.
. WILKIRSOnT,
rA Bmpmitmry etf (a Btsit mf Teatessee. TraasaMa a urcsrsl ! r",',
BssbIbsm ami Iim HsMtelal Ataasstiosa to sjoiismtlnnsutM ' ' r
AivainisiAj,
U. II. Jlti
ROBERT LOOKWOOD,
LIVEItY, BOAliDING AND SALE STABLE
No. 321 fSwond Mroot Memplilx, Tenn.
sryino Htook.-w ,rHtyllh Titrnout."M
W.I.BEOWI
Illcrnl Advance
2GG Front Ktrect, :
I
CSJottoini Paotorc
And Commission Merchants,
Zfos, 34 and SG Hadlson Utreet, TIenipt(l
10
Tnzi
ID "".""' "I energetic and skilim manage
i: IVM ItlX i; AT COST.
. .... JtlF.UlMlIN, Ti:.
Jonn Overton, Jr , b. 1. McDowell, tV. Ji. WiK
TIITJHTB El.
MICnAKL BAVIN, J. 0. HANDW KUKKfll
THOMAS 1IOYLK DAVID P. HADUKM,
JOHN W. OOCIlltAN, JAMKS A. OMHRrti.
HOL OOLKMAN, KWI). (JOLDri.Mti II.
WM. KAUKNUKROKR. lOARDWIti PKRFH.
nn.ar.l. and lntnr.it .ll,w..l on kin. H.nw
and Becurltlei generally, pay tairs, a-t a
th service el
of
i. R. 0Dwnr.
J, W. FALLS,
W P. DUNAVAJW
R. J. BLACK.
H. E. CUKFIFI.
A. W NKWHI1U.
AM.
a
eTT
ou C'onHlKniiieutf.
: 31t?i.iplil, Tenn,
Mnlis,
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