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ESTADLIS HED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TEVX., SATURDAY, OCTOBElt 1, ISSK.
VOL. XLVI NO. 242
Thj Taxing District Council, which
met ycB'eriar, did not concern itself
with gas. Mjet of its time was taken
Bp with the proocsed extension or re
pair of the lines of the crM street
railroad company, tbe detai's cf
Which we publish this mcrniog for
the especial benefit of the people
of Chelsea. The complicated condi
dilion of the gas qiestioa seems to
have been too much for the city
fathers, who will more than l;k-ly
take plen y of time aud perhaps wait
for lower pressure. Gas is dirgerous.
It exrilodes sometimes.
W learn on the best authority that
June Elle t declined to sit in the case
of the Mutual Ga.light Company's
application for an injunction tJ re
strain the Taiirg Ditt ict government
from iuterferirg with its cccnpa ion cf
the itriets because he wes an inter
ested parly, being a stockholder in the
Memphis G .-slight Company. Tbis
explains and justifies tha application
to Chancaliot sj.-.nifrs "f the E'eventh
District, w bos injun tinn is cf force
and effect. We await the next move,
wbich will of course be made by Pres
It is very much to be regretted that
Mr. Barry, who represented tbe
Knights of Libor at Chicago, failed to
briDg about a co upromiae between the
strikers and the packers. Bat ths lat
ter are obdurate and tbe workmen are
determined, and eo they are drifting
farther and farther apa't every hour,
the uliimats appearing to b?, juBt
now, a long strike that may
continue through the winter. This
means ttiffcrmir. perhaps want, for
tbe workersand it may be ruin for
such of tbe pickers a unlike Ar
mour, have no packing houses in
THiieffattof the stum at Sabine
Pass appears to have been very much
woree than the first reports painted it.
Instead of tl'ty more than 100 lives
were lost, and all the homes but two
were swept away. 60 awful a calami
ty has not been recorded in some
time. What tbe terrors cf the nights
were to tbe pcor people thus over
whelmed by wind and wave no tongue
can tell. Their fa'e was an awful one,
and the rec tal of it should arouse to
inBtant action everywhere the bumariH
and g9D6roi;s to succor the survivors
bereit cf friends and relatives, and
robbed of their property by the fell
The fire at Eistport, Me., of which
we gave some paiticulars in tbe Ap
peal of Thursday, proves to hire been
even more destructive than was at
first reported. Nearly all the business
portion cf the town baa been
swept away, together with tbe
cos cm house aad postoffice. Ths
losses foot up a total of over $500
000, ft sum that means a
great deal more than the figures ex
press to a town that not long ago suf
fered to nearly us ereat ai extent
from a eimt'ar visitation. But tne
people are plucky and will scon be on
their feet again, and that, t jo, without
outside heln or aid.
Tna contest for the Mayoralty of
New York is growing more intense
every hour, and it is more than pos
sible Henry George and Abrem S
Hewitt may ba the enly competitors
for it. Tbe latter, as we have already
stated, is tbe candidate of tbe Tam
many Democrats, and the former, be
sides the candidate of tbe working
men, is more than likely to get the
nomination of the Irving Hall Damn
-crats, a small but noisy, yet in some
respects efficient, faction. He has tbe
openly expressed indorsement of F.ob
Jngersoll, who in INt-w York has quite
a following in the Republican ranks.
If bia advice is followed, tbe Ronu'i-
licans may indotss George as their
candidate, in which (case he would
cerlarnly be e entrd.
Ma. Blaine is to be the recipient of
a grand reception at tha hands of
tbe Republicans of Pittsburg next
Wednesday, where be is to open his
campaign in Pennsylvania, which
is to ba made "a grand prog
ress." Fighting for political life,
the "Plumed Knight" seems da
terruined 'to avail himself of every
-opportunity to kesp prominently
before bis party as i's only available
-candidate for tbe Presidency. Ha is
possessed of an insatiable ambition and
brooks no rival for the throne. He
will make the tariff the burden of his
story. 'the Republicans of Pennsyl
vania having determired to make
their fight on that question and ignore
as much as possible the subject of
labor which the Democrats have made
the foundation of their campaign.
Tbe tariff interests the monopolist),
wbo are grinding tbe poor and in
creasing the ignorant pauperism of
Tbe Honse of Deputies of tbe Con
vention of the Protestmt Episcopal
Church, now in session in Chicago,
will take a vote today at 11 o'clock on
the piopoeal to drop the woids "Pro
testant Episcopal" from the name of
the Church. A momentous move
ment f.om any point of view, each a
change shou'd net be determinedly
fixed upon at one convention. It
ought to be submUted to the m 1 rubers
of the church and be subject to the
ratification of a subsequent conven
tion. There is reason to believe that
a majority of the members are opposed
to a change of name. That which the
church bsars is significant of its crigin
and purpore, und it conforms
to the fpirit of the thir-ty-riiLe
articles, tbe consti
tution rf the church. When tbe so
called Church of Ireland was dises
tablished it promptly took the came
"Protestant Episcopal," which is also
borne bv the church of that faith io
Scotland. This proposed change of
name is to be deprecated as dictated
by an ahsurd asnnmpMon of catholicity
to wbich Vie Proteslaut Episcopal
mnrcn cannot lay cihiux
THE WORDS Til AT ARE TO BE
s TOTED CPOS
By tbe Chares Convention Today
The "Hickory Catholics Anxious
fur a Change.
Chicago, III., October 15. The
Piottsiant Ep scoria; Convention was
opened this forenoon by the nadicg
of pr.iyer by the It v. O. A. Richards,
of Rhode Island.
Message 15 informed tbe House that
the House cf B siope, while typrapa
thizirg with all wueaad well directed
efforts for explon.tons in Ksern
lands, did to deem it expedient to as
sume any rcsronsibi'ity, either finan
cial or otberwi e, in any such explora
t on. The resolution of the House of
Deputies concerning the Egyptian ex
ploration fund was, therefore, not con
The House of B'shops also recom
mended the appointment ot a jo nt
committee, to whom shall be rettrrtd
all reports relating to the aged and in
firm c'erjjy fund.
Another message recommended that
the two committees oa Chris'isn Edu
cation and the Au p'cesof the Church
report such ways a-d meais as
The consecration cf the Rev. Dr.
Mahlon M. Gilbert to be Assistant
Bishop of Minnesota was approved by
the House of Bishops.
The Honse of Bitihops also returned
a communication in ref t reucn to tbe
Sropcsed jesolu'.ipn of the Hons) of
'.puties to the Congregational As
rembly, which, ameni; other things,
declare?: "The House of BUhops
takes tbe opp r.uoiry to assure the
House of Deputies! of its profound
sympathy with tbe spirit of their
rcsoiutiin. This bousn declares i's
hearty respect and uff.'Ction for all
who love the Lord Jesus Christ in
siuceiity, and at this time (Specially
for th ir fellow Christians assembled
in this city as the National Coun
cil of Congregational Courches of
tbe United bt.ies. Tbis bouse also
avows iis solemn purp s?, under the
guidance of the' lioly Spirit, to pro
mote, with the concurrence of tbe
Hous'j of D-'puMes.Bomepract'cal plan
for bringing before all our fellow
Christ aos in this land tbe duty to
our common Lord and Savior of ter
minating the unhappy divisions
which dishonor His ble-sed name and
hinder the triumph upo.i earth cf
His glorious Kingdom."
Ths communication sta'ts that the
resolution is returned with the fore
going stnt-.ment as tbe re-ason for the
failure to approve the resolution con
tained i n. the message. .
Tee House of Deputies ' agreed to
the change of tbe name of th i Diocese
of Wisconsin to that of Milwaukee.
The Committee on Judicial System
reported as the Beneeof the committee
that the tysiem should be amended,
providing that in every diocess the
mode of trying presbyters and dea
cons may bt inuti.uted by the
constitution of the diocese : no
es the general convention shall
otherwue provide. Tbe report recom
mended the appointment of a joint
com mil tea of filteen to repoit tbe leg
islation necessary at tbe next general
convention. Tb report w? s made tbe
order of the d iy nxt Monday.
A deputy from Pittabug presented
a memorial of the late Hon. Malom
Hay, formerly a member of tbe House.
A motion was adopted, providing
that a vote ba taken npon tbe pro
posal to drop the w wds "Protestant
Episcopal," at 11 o'clock tomorrow
The two bouses then resembled as
a Board of Mist-ions, aud entered upon
the discussion of the proposition to
change the compoa;t on of the Board
of Management of M'Bsion", as re
commended by the spec al committee
on missions. Without reaching a vote,
the Eession adjourned to 2 p.m.
When th.9 afternoon was fairly un
der way the B shop of Michijiaj (Har
r's) ma;la an address strongly favoring
annuul mee'inps of tbe Board of Mis
sions. Aft-T cnns'dersble discussion, tbe
reto utions es'ablishing a missionary
council which shall meet annually
were adop ed Legal aovice is to be
obtained relative to giving missionary
b'uhops a vote therein. The board
adjourned until next Friday.
Niiccenolul Tent or New Compress
Ispionr, to tbi irriiL. I
Birmingham, ALA.,Oc'obar 15. The
machinery of the cotton compters was
tested tbis afternoon with entirely sat
isfact ry results. Two bnles were re
duced to the thikr.ess of n!ne inches
before the hoops were put on. Re
ceipts of cotton here are increasing
Tbe Havana) nad C'barlrsloa Clubs
fny Their t'luri.
IsrioiAL TO THS ArrlAL.I
Nashville, Tbmn., October 15. The
Savannah Club today notified Treas
urer Morrow, of the Soithera Lisgue,
to pay to Atlanta $300 out of the
guarantee fund of last year, this being
the fine imposed at the leegus meet
ing. Charleston also notified Treas
urer Morrow to pay Macon $10J out
of the guarantee fund. It is probable
that Goldsby w.ll hi the manager of
the Nashville Club next year.
Tbe Pencil Pies Again Mafthed.
IBPICIAL TO THE ArPiU
' Little Rock, Ark,, October 15
The most hotly contested game of
ball that has yet taken place between
tbe Peach Pies, of St. Louis, and the
Little Rock nine, occurred at tbe As
sociation grounds this eliornoon. But
the Arkansas boys showed suprior
ik 11, both at the out and in the field,
and when tbe game closed in tbe
ninth inning the seine st rod 12 to 6 in
favor of the LUtle Rock club. Promi
nent baseba'l men here suggset that
your corresoondent say to ttie citizsns
of Memphis, through the Appeal,
that if they have any real goid tall
toesera in their nrdst to pleate send
them alocg to Arkansas, and also for
them to keep their boys at home. It
is a ruthless loss of time for Litt o
Rock'd crack team to be fooling w;th
such timber as has thus far vis:tjd our
city from different points of tbe coun
try. An Effort to Be Mnde 10 Organ I me
. the Uuir L.eigur.
IBPICIAL TO TU APPIAL.I
Birmingham., Ala.. October 15
An effort will be made by local lovers
of baseball to get representatives from
Montgomery, Se'ma, Mobile, Pensa
cola, Co'umlin?, Ga., and possibly rne,
of the Mississippi '.own3 here the lstb
of next men'h to pin Birmirgbam
and organize tbe Gu f League.
At Philadelphia First Game
Metropolitans, 8; A'hletirs4. Second
Game Athletics, 9; Mttropolitans, 4.
T1IE TAYLOIl liBOTHERS
AT DRE8DKN-B08 OBF.iTED UT
' LAI) Its OX
White Horses and Presented Wllb
Floral OrTrrlUK hj a Yonog IjuMj
in a Neat Mpeerh.
IIPIOIAL TO THS APPliL.l
Dbesdbn, Tenw., Octaber 15. Ea ly
this morning people commenced gat h
erirg, and poured in till fully 6000
thr urged the town, the Dmoca's,
numbering two to one, w:th beautiful
ladies dreered in pure white on horse
hack, attended by their galluu's. The
Republican procts-ioa was larger than
Weakley could gtt up without Lelp
from other counties, atd they
give Alt a crachus receptor).
Bjlh of the candidates acquitted
themselves wcl', makii g their best
speeches in matter, manner and de
livery, both lewing a fine impression
on the crowd for ability, court y bear
ing aud fair dealing, mid tue audience
reciprootirg by the best aitentim
and flee order, attributable to the ab
sence of intcx'Cit'ng drinks in the
A beautiful floral tributo was pre
sented to Alf by Miss Nenl, of Aikar.
tas, calling forth a happy re ponte.
MirS Beulab. the acomplielud 1 tt'e
daughter rf R. B King, presented to
Bob floral offerings of rare beauty,
Col. Taylor, the principles you eo
ably advocate and so eliqnenily de
fend have leveled evrfry di;tinc;ion
and accidental birth and crowned
merit as the only deserving criterion
of Bucciss. At the ten h of Deraoc
raev monopolies crumble, and each
and every enterprise B'anils equal in
laudable competition. Democracy
yields to the general government iis
ronti;u ional r gh's. p-eerves to the
Sate tbe alministratiou of its
reserved powers, tbe control of
its domestic iustito iocs, and to
tire citizen his eacred liberties.
E-ch star as it gli-.ters from tbe folds
of our glorious Irann r is but an ex
emplific tion of tbe supremacy of
Democratic wisdom. Man c'aims and
woman cheerfully accords to him t;je
privilege of the ballot, but s:io re
srves ti heraelt the right to worsbip
witi tbat idolatry which characterizes
her devotion ti these truths, so
sacred to her beart, and to bless
with ber smile the champion of
her chosen principles. As a slight tes
lircnriial of her esteem for the able
standard bearer of our par y, you will
please accept the-e (Uwers irom the
Demccratic ladies of Weakly county,
as typical cf those leurcls whi h will
grace the brow of the mouotainbiy
who will lead the Democratic hosts t
Bob'd responss wes happy and thrill
Alfred E. Gardner and family enter
tained B jb and 801119 invited gussts in
tuparb style tbis evening, and the
Hickman, Ky , braes bani serenaded
Bob there at night, which he acknowl
edged in handsome style, end some
others also spoke briefly. The baud
then serenaded Alf at Judge Parker's,
t) wbich he responded in spp'opriate
style. The day and evening make an
evetful epoch fir Dresden.
A Hnrrieaer and a Horse Thief Cap.
tared Bad Accident.
ISPECIiLTO THE APPIAL.I
Helena, Ark., October 15. The
cflicials of Heiena have been very f r
tunate in the last day or two in catch
ing criminals. The fl-st noiable cap
ture was tbat of Wil inui Courtney, a
fogi'ive murderer, for whom (-iov.
Hughe had offered a reward of f 250.
Courtney's crime is that of double
murder, he having killed in cold blond
last winter two innocent, hnrmlecB
young men at Colt's Start' n named
Nichols. The Sharifl if S. Franc's
county came down and paid the 1 fficer
who effected his arres-, F. Delaccy.
'be $250 reward, and carred h'm to
Forrest City, where he will bo tried
borne ten days ego a gentleman of
Newpcrt had a valuable mare stolen
from his premises bv a colored
preacher named Henry Johnson. He
notified the Chief of Police of Helena
that he supposed tbe thief had
come in tbis direction, and requesting
thut a lookout bs kept for him. A
few days ago a box of freight came to
Helena in care of the Arkansas Mid
land railroad under auspicious circum
stances, acd the police were notified
of tie fact. Cnief Congy at ones put
Officer O'ancey on watch of the
box, and it was cot long before an or
der came to ship it to Poplar Grove.
The box was shipped, but Mr. Cian
cey went also, and it was not long be
fore he had the festive parson in
durance vile. Tbe parson bad ridden
to Poplar Grove on the stolen mare,
ingratiated himself into the favor of
s me of the colored people, and had
gone t) work to establish acd build a
church, occupying tbe pulpit last Sun
day. Mr. Henry Banks, a wealthy planter
of Mississippi and Arkansas, and the
Wheel merchant for the Wheelers of
Lee county, Ark., tt Fulton, Ark., bad
his borst tun awny v.ilb him the.
other day Mi. Banks was thrown
from the buggy, and in s me way, it
is supposed, becsrae enaniled in the
whsels of tv:e bngzy. His leg was
broken in three places. Latest reports
from bim indicate tbat be is doing
Anarchist ParsoW Wile In Ohio.
Cr bvbland, O , October 15 Lucy
E. Parsons, the colored wife of A. R.
Parsons, the convicted Chicago an
archist, addressed a erkall kn it of peo
ple in a prominent down town street
tonight. A hall bad been rented, but
the proprietor refustd to letbernreit.
Hhe leaves tomorrow for New York,
where she lays ehe will speak at Coop
Tub Texae Tribune says: The late
atmo'phsiio fre-hness basbronghton
meny oses of cough and cold, and
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is io great de
mand. SiUbt Nboek at Charleston.
CnARi.ESTO.v, 6. C, October 15.
There was a slight but distinct shock
of earthqnaae shortly alter 4 o'clock
this morning which made windows
rattle, but did no other barm. The
same ehock was felt at Summerville.
e- ' 1 - I 1 ' sjiminrsj
HEM WARD BEECDER
ASrCM"'- Till KXGI.ISU COS
By Ilia Utter Repudiation and Denial
of the Absurd Doctrine of
London, O ttob'r 15. Tbe Commis
sion to impute into the working of
th". Irish lnd act will begin i a work
nn O.rtober '2-J, and continue durirg
Protest Against Mr. Ilrerber's Views
London, Oc'ober 15 Ths Rev.
Il.nrv Ward Beedwr de'ivered an
ei'drrss today in the Uv. Dr. Psrker's
C tf Temple, on "Pulpit Wok." He
deltupon the aid tr;e newspapers
rendered ttie pieaohfr. A number of
questiots wpre atk-d Mr. Beecher as
tohisIJeaof the doctrine of retribu
tion and Lis iiBrrs cu ed intense
exe'teatent, several divir.es riding to
their feet aud loudly im t 8 ingsg iinst
his views. Mr. Beeih-r retorti d that
any mnn believing in n triLntion, who
married, eatfred soctty c-r unibd,
was a inoi:a'er. H i pr. ftrrd woik
irg thr.ugh a fear springing fioin
love rather thnn through a fear of tie
barbaric docirme of retr'bntion.
From the t'rricli Cnpllnl.
Paris, O -tober lb Trie Tempt an
nounces thit beyond the ciedits re
quired to alter the i- fantry rill-s a'id
'O ontirui trie art 1 e-y exp -rimerits,
Gei. Bnu:nrgir will not ask for ext a
ordinary milimry credits.
Tue einployi s of the Kevanehe, who
were arrested Wedmsdny f rri ariying
in public lainooons on Biiinur. k.liavu
bei-n released. M. Peyranioiit, the
director of the paper, w;ll brinj an a
tiou ag,tiuat the authuritiei for viola
tion of the press 'aw.
Owing to the hosti'e atti u le of
some Mttz tradesmen, durinir the visit
cf Crown Trince Kr.derii.lt William to
that city, the German ollic irs resident
there have boycott' d their shop', act
ing, it is euppored, on a hint from (he
T Attend tbe Medication.
Pahis, October 15. The following
are aidiii n:d names of delegates who
will attend tbe Bartbol 'i slHtue do 'i
cation reiemoaies in Nev York hat
bor: M. Robeit, Ciihf of the Depart
ment of Public Instruction; Baton
and Baron bs Halvidor; Commandant
Posy, of the Eu,le Polytechniqnej
Col. Lalusfedat, Ditectorof the Ecile
des Arts, at Metiers; Lient. V ill
Rente, uide de camp ti M. Aube,
Minis'er of Marine and the C -lonirs ;
M. Hieland, the delegate of the Pans
Chamber of Commerce. They leave
for Naw York tomrrrow.
Hopeful f an Amicable tietllemrnt.
Bkhlin, Oolobsr 15. Ofllciul circles
here continue' hopeful cf an amicable
snttlement of the Bulga-ian question.
The Conservatives in tbe Keitln'ag
will pr.'posa a motion t replace th
military Heiptennate by ai utfixd
period. Tne effectiva army project
has been osten.i j'y abindoucd by ihe
government in o der to allow tue Con
servatives to take the initiative.
Charged With Trilng to Sow En
mttjr. Paris October 15. The Liberie
charges England with trying to sow
discord between Frnce and Germany,
which rather shows a tendeiu y, the
paper continues, to draw neater to
gether for tbeir mutual inteies's In
vari us questions . Englacd fears the
pcssibili that such a rrapprocbment
might affect her int-res's in Egypt.
Talneorueruian Ksports to Amer-
Berlin, October 15 An oflirial
statement issued yfst- rdiy fhows that
the value of export from G.-rn any to
America during the fi cal year ending
in September wub 0,00J,00a moie
thtn for the preceding yar.
Dudlin, OrVobtr 15. Archbi.hop
Wlsh has rece'veil fr .m ltrirbms au
in?tlknei t of iltOO for tbe National
Paris, O, toberl5.-M. Sidi Carnot,
Min s erof Fine.on , hat tendered bis
resignation. He w li probably be s ic
ceedud hy M. Rouvier.
Vienna, Ovtober 15. At Pes'.b t
dy tr.ere were thiity Bix new cees of
cholera a-id twenty 'e'hs, and at
Tr es e eleven new casts and two
Pabi, Ooiober 15. Louiss Michel
writes to the socinlist pep -raj hat she
will decline a p inion aud will inB'S'
upon going to prison unless she is
granted full amnesty.
"What wound diJ evr heal bat by
degrees?" The tl'ou-and caHcs daily
cured by Salva'ion Oil.
Will Indorse Ororae for Mayor.
New York, Oc'.ol er 15. It Is semi
officially announced that the Irving
Hall Democracy will indorse the nom
ination of Henry George for Mayor.
Lundbobq's perfnme, Edenis
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Lnndborg'a perfnme, Marchal Nile
O'NKIL Friday, October 15.1886, at 10:f2
a.m., T.J. O'Neil, eldcnt ion of P. O'tfell,
in the .121 year of his aire. Due notice of
funeral wlH be riven.
MARTINELLI At residence of parent!,
No. 7 Heranndn ttrft, Friday morninir,
October lf, 18Mi, at 5 D'cloek. Lokma, ouiik
eet dauahterof V. and Mary Martinelli.
Funeral will take plaio Irom reaidenoe tbia
of ths family ars Uvittd to attend.
BAOKJALUPO Friday mornlni. Ootober
15, WXti, at K o'oio.k. Maiiixi.knx, only
dauahter ol Charley atd Annie JJaoiialupo.
Fpneral will take place from residence of
Fre'd Heidelbi;r, No. ltf? Wafbington itreet,
thia (SATURDAY) alternoon st 2:30 o'clock.
Frlerxta ot the family nre Inylrcl to attund.
Plantation of A. L?a ACo on Island 34
for division n an entitle. It contains about
2AO0 acrea of rich bottom land; about X
airei in cultivation; soieral hundred acrea
above any overflow. Can be made one
of the finest stork rartns, o .inpleielr aur
rounded by water, which prevents the ea
cape of stock. Alan, about 150 Head of Cattle,
which are in line cond tion. including seve
ral tShort-horn Durham Hulls, Cowa and
Yearlings. Addre-n .
A. hUA 4 CO . Fnlton, Tenn.,
or W. A. tlADK A Cl.,
No. 8'iQ F runt sttret. Memphia, Tenn.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
t rjRE ii:KAS(K.r.
Removal ConiiIet. Neither knife, cnustio
nor uttaiion. ro pain. jo numnuir.
Adr's mi. II. IV. 1 irrjiiLi,,
BOX 154. ATLANTA DA.
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"Water polluted with ss-;ve is
Kew York Times, July 20, 1805.
! The purity cf A rOUJNARIS
effers t':e 1st security against the
jj::gers wliieh tire common tj nutst
cf tie ordiuury d linking louters,"
London EoOicol EoocaL
r rf.V 6Wrr, VA'x.-j, Jb .tf in. H:t. Vurx.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
TOHiY WE will Nnow
a beautltul aso t-um ot Woolen Dress Pot
terns, embracinc everv new and known de
sign of thia aeason in kooiIs for Vinitinir,
Pro-nenaila an 1 Tailor ouiu. Thtso pat
terns will be ofliired
AT tjl7.50 EACH.
In every pattern will be included the fullest
quantity ot goods and triinininga, proierli
and tuatelullv oombinej.
Marlhs prico per pattern, t7.no, la gvar
anteed to be tbe luwet fliure at which these
gouda w.ll ever be aold.'ku
COllDUKO. S. EVEKY SHADE.
Ths nobbiest assortment of 75c yard French,.
Enaliflh and lermnn Dress trods in the
marke'. The HIOIITand I'ROl'KH Trtiu
uiinaa for KI YL1SII tlooda not to be found
ALL THE RA0K.
KKEMRR'8 havo the roo-t compters stock,
and Nolibiest Styles. Price them-tiny theui.
A Jacket forovtr' Laiy.evorv Mi, every
Child. Kramer's havo I. KM) Jackett to select
Tho Public la Very Kisp rlfuOr and
Enriifst; IdviIi'iI tu Kiiicct.
Dissolution of Partnership.
MR. J. II. KENT has thia day withdrawn
Irom the firm of rpred, Marshall A
Kent, and the buaineaa, liabilities, etc., w.ll
be assumed by tbe rematnint partners, who
have aeann iated with the id tl. W. MtiKlNH
ThY, of Memphis, in s partnership for tna
practioe of law, making a ipaeioUr otCora
meroial Law and Coieelon. The at le of
ths firm will be Bl'EED, MAMMUaLL A
MoKINsTt' Y. Uffieea.Nn. 1 Madiaon eireet,
Memphia, Tenn , and Do. 148 We-bnion
street. Vicksburg, Miss, (loteber 12, 1IW0.
And 'onnlry Nlaro laisnriaaaes CI vein
UENKHAL INHCRANtrK AHCHT,
Room I, Cotton Exchange Building.
Bll( ltcireaeull, 110,000,1)00.
erlnvltea Correapendence and Interview.
1K. 11, L. LAHKI,
PlrysU-iiin, Surgeon And Accoacher,
KEHIDKNCB AND OyFIOB.
f.l MlncSlreiVeur Union.
ALL reraona deairota of securing "nfaj
hikI KcIihIiIx lMiirHii-, hi l.itw
ral K !, on UIN llUllHKS, oa l be ac
ooiumodoled by applying to the
riantcrs' Fire and Marine
At 41 eindlsnn NI.. Metniihl", Tram
axar l,ooo,000 I uble Trtrda Levee Work
in Tunies and Coahoma oounttea, Mill., to
let in quantitiea to lult ontflta.
10UO elation men oan find employment at
12 to 18 cents per yard. Also, SOU teami.
Apply on work, or to Toof, KcOowan A Co.,
271 Front itreet.
MuTlOUB, MoLAWB A CO.
JEFFERSON A MoTlOHK, ContraCi .rs.
Orrtoi or ths Boxin or KnuniTiox,!
Memphia, Ootooer 13, lHtfl. I
BIDS For repairing and repainting ths
roofa ol the Market arreet. Clay street
and Peabody Hchonlhousea will t reoeived
at thia oBioe up to 12 ui. Zkl instant.
By order ol the Hoard.
A. 11. HILL, Peoretary.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
riro, Wind, Wmtrr and llhtnln
proor. Haitabie for all klnda of buildinga.
For prlcea and setimsUl at factory ratal
oall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'O CO.,
138 A 440 Main it., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it.,
MEM PUIS. TENN.
Headquarter! tor Iron Fenoea and Creating,
Hatvaniaed h-on Coroloe.Tin Krols A Stoves.
GlllllaNTKF.1) HAI.ART I
With Practical, Successful Biperience To
Travel, Kmplov and Instruct Canvassing
Agenta for Pictirial, Htanda'd, New, Valat
ble Hooka. Address, atating salary eipeoted.
wi h experience, books rar va-spd, (loaree 01
siicce'S, etc., uiirntti PiiltllwhlnK
,111 1'lao si., H1t l, nl, Wo
i:novi:i ai ivk, in from in to m
minutes, compute, with head, or no
rharire. Medicine pleesant and ber'tile's.
NO FASTINtl. Can be ndinlnisteied With
auloty to obild or adult. Call on
R. n. NKV Si.ttlTII,
At Mrs. Hcfklel's house, o.rner Third and
Madison ats. Conbultatioii f rii.
IREAT ill M T i
lemphis Jockey Olnb!
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2C, 1886.
Fonr aud FIto ltarN FhoIi Dny.
N(replM Iiiihos hiiI Hurdle I(aor.
HfNiiy of I he FitNtCNt Ilornon in Aniricit will partlolpate.
lliua romiiioiif? at 2:110 oYIoott p.m.
1141. F KATKN on all IInUi-ouiIm and Sliiiiilinlx.
New York Life Insgbance Co.
FORTY ODD YEARS 0L0. ASSETS, fl,800,000
ftariVd rt ll.'r-ll iMers In 18H5, flM OOO.OOO, anil nt a Dollar or
t'ODlOHtCd l.ilni J-t
star Such a record ia renlly remarkable in its eihiblt of energetic and skillful manna
ment and libernl treiitmentof policy-liolde-a. Tho present auteinont ia plainly the lias
the Nw Work I. II - luu ever made ind that ia aaying all that need be aald. l)tt
('oitimm'Mi' Bnllitin, hbrvarv 12, 18t,ti
I'lUr.LY Mlll'DAI AM lli: F IXNTHIXCF AT OST.
GI LBERT-R AINE .
GENERAL INSURANCE AUENT,
Jioom 1, Cotton ExcliaiiKO Hiiildin.
ConfwtionH, (JIiicps, Nougat Caraniels, French Fruit llaros.
Cream lion lions, Fine French Handmade Cream and
Ton Hons, Choeolates, Ices and Nougatiney.
Tou can tlnd these goods " AT RtiTAIL," in any quantities, nt
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Hetail K labllshment,
No. i:i JellViHon K(r'Ol,rpposllcTli'ir,l aclory.
These are the Uneit Confootionu that the Memphia Publlo have ever had the opportunity
tAWTry lur ' Fmmiiii l.oiif" " loll-loiiw.','ttyg
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noa. 328 and 328 Mala St Iemplt,:TeBJi.
Ira STTom or fall awi wijfrr.a soom ik la roes awb motf'
pOMPLRTBlHAN IK BlOdi. and oar prioea wUI eompare wltn these of any kii2 J
W Ike Ualtl Mtl. W..M innli r,
TaieM MaaDfavtairlar; Co.'i rialdiu DrHh, Nbeetlar, hhlrtl
iiAni SAVINGS UK
AND TRUST COMPANY.
UH'IS II ANA i' KK,
AN lH KW RKNKFRT,
JAMKM 8. HU1I1NSUN.
JOHN W. COOIIIIAN,
WM. KATZKN HICHOKR,
bepoalta reoeived In aumi ol 91 and up an), and Interest allowed on isme S-ml- '
aysrWe buy and aell local Investment Honda and Secnrltiea generally, pay iaes, i tu
troHoes, and, In general, sxoouts any Snanctul basinesi regulriugs eule andreepon.'lbls
Sis We issue drafts, In lami to salt purchasers, on all parta of Kurnpe.
mr We have s eommodioua Van It for tbe depoait ol valuables, which la at ths service ol
our customers, l'ri of Imrarei.
U. 1. MADHKN, rrenlilont. E Vf I. (iOI.USMITH, Ylre-I'resliJoiit.
.lAMrS NATHAN, ('axhlcr.
i, B. U9DWIX, Prea'U J. M. tWOUU
T. 1. TTJRLIT. J. M. OOOU
WJS.. Wltf fclUJOH, k. T. COOPKR,
jbU 41MIHTBA0, 0. B. BRYAN.
ar A ssasaiiery r a bis Baatte) r i
Uaulaacsa mm Klvws Bsselal
LIVETIY, BOARDING AND SALE TABLE
No. JWl Nvcoud Slrcel 9f'iiihlN, Tenn.
asr-Ptno HtooU.-w arWtyllaih TurnoM.-M
20 Front Nlrovl, :
aa a i ssi i n flrj n h r A tf
And Commission Merchants,
ssU. WwQ V M. JJS-
J. (1 UAMOW KKKKHi
DAVIO P. HADDEN.
J A MM A, 0M11ICIU1,
KWI. (lOLDSM 1 Til,
a'k, Vlce-Pres't. C. II. RA1NE, Cukka.
J, W. FALLS,
W. P. DUNAVAI-
R. J. BLACK,
U. K. COK1TIN,
a w NEwmw.
Trataanots w-rfl-nl Jlaaalt:..?,'
Alleiaatlvaa IO 4'vllMSIrtH.iva
US cmpliis. TVini,