S MEMPHIS ajppba:
MEMPHIS. TEW., TUESDW, OCTOI5EU 1, 1886.
VOL. XL VI NO. 244
THE BRAVE BULGARIANS
A TERY FAIR WAT TO
SQUELCHED BY RUSSIA.
Henry lYurd Beecher la Ireland
Mary Anderson's Subscription to
the Charleston Sufferers.
Pom. Ootrber 18. Russia baa pre
tented anothrr not to the Bulgarian
Government declaring the recent eler
tiona illegal and demandirs the PO' ;
ponemeut ot the meeting of the (to-
briDje. The government reineea to
yield. It is rumored that KuE jian
.Consul Xekliudoff is about to qui
VJadban Siveidi Is on his way - here
Irom Lansianucopio. it, m a isertea
that be baa beeu instructed by the
Porte to advise ihw Bavarian Govern
ment to comply with Ruseia's demands
and postpone the meetiDg r ,f tho 80
branje, and that the govern jnant will
send a delegate to confer with the
It is repotted tbat Gen. Kau b'ra
has advised the Czar to occjdv Bnl
garia or to briak off relations with the
The Streets, Pa .traitor
Philippopolis, Octo'oar 18. In con
sequence of stitetnei its niBde by the
Macedonian" recently crrested for re-
voltii c at Esairaara,. allee'ne that
conspiracy existed ftmong th Ruwian
-partisans to overt nrow the Bulgarian
Government.the streets are constantly
patrolled by old:,ers; the milit-iry have
loeeti kept on the alert and the police
loree has been redoubled.
John Dillon at Woodford.
Dublin. Oct:ser 18. John Dillon
'speaking at Woodford, urged tenants
not to be in a hurry to take advantage
of the Ashbourne act. because, ne
said, the rent at presant was declining
and the rents would soon be much
lower than they bad been yet if the
example of those Woodford tenants
who had declined to pay the present
ta'es at all should be followed.
Vienna, Oc'ober 18. Herr Schmidt,
State Director of Railways, arrived
Saturday in Vienna from Perth and
died last evening of cholera, which, it
is believed, he contracted in Pasta,
where toe disease exis'B. several per
sons died of cholera in Szg din, Hun
gary, daring yneterday, and nineteu
new cases of the disease were reported
in the town.
An Official Secret.
CJONSTANTINOPLK, UC!0br 18. If, IS
stated here that Ku'tsm Pasha, Turk
ish Ambassador to England, recently
made cortain impotant rapresanta'
tions in behalf of Turkey concerning
zypt to the Earl oMddesieigb, Hi v.
ish Minister f ir Foreign Affairs, but
the tenor of tbe rapresen'ations re
mains an official secret.
done to Ireland.
London, October 18. The Bsv.
Henry Ward Beecher has gone to Ire
land, tte win visit uuDiin, B8iia,
the Giant's Causeway and the Likes
ot Klllarney. it is his present inten
tion to sil f r New York in the Etra-
ria on October 23d.
Irian Landlords' Meeting.
London, October 18. At a meeting
of south Ireland landlords at Uorlc on
Saturday, a resolution was adopted de
claring that while they would deal
with every rent 'C ae on it merits
they would not submit to mob law or
the dictates ot secret committees. A
committee of the Land Rsstjra'ion
Lengne, replying to Sir William Ver
non Hare inn's recent letter on tbe
land question, maintain that the case
instanced by bun represent! tni ex
ception rather than the rule,
Dublin, October 18. Archb'shop
Walsh, in h's address to the Christian
firotbets of the Archdiocese of Dub
lin, said it was tinposibla for Eng
land to deal euocewfnliy with tae
prob'ptrv of Ir'sh education, and that
an Irish Parliament alone was capable
of doing it.
For the Completion of the French
Paris, October 18. The bill in'ro
duoed by M. Aube, Minister of Ma
rine, for the coaptation of the French
navy, proposes an ont'ay of $28,000,
000 for the conatnict'o-i of nyw war
ship?, and of $12,001,000 for the con
struction of ports of refuge. It also
proposes 6uch a concentration o' the
work under the enntrac's that it shall
be completed in four years, instead of
nine, which is the nominal time
named for the whole outlay.
f Dublin, October 18. Miss Mary
Anderson has subscribed $2500 for tbe
lenefit of the enfferets by the Charles
ton earthquake, the net proceeds of
ler performances during the past
Tant the Import Itotv on Forelarn
abis, October 18. A deputation of
PTOectioDiita today called upon both
Present Grevy and Premier DeFrey
cineland present! damaudj that tbe
government declare tigently for the
billbeore the French Otiamber raising
tbo in)ort duty on fomjgn wheat
from the to fiva francs.
Veeeele Wrecked and threat I.osa .r
' - Life sj the Recent Hiorin.
Loudon, October 18. Report
have been rtci?ed from all parts of
the Kingdom tiling of the diga-afrom
effect of the hirituane.' Tbe B-itish
ship Malleny twi wrecked in the
Bristol channel ud twenty persons
drowned. The Bbre is "rewn with
wreckaze. The boUos washw 5hore
nave bbou ninppeu ui '"'"""-a by
wreckers. The Nrrwegian fi-i
Jrederikstadt from Kufquaah, N. JJ.I
for Swansea, was wreiked on rau.?ww,
and nineUon persois were drowned.
The bark Alliauce was wrecked off
Padaastowand foui lives were lost.
The other persons on board were
aved by a lifeboat. Another large
bark was seen to be in terrible dis
tress, tlie crewbeine huddled together
on the deck. The vessel foundered
this morning, sad it is belie d to
from a dce?n t3 twenty penn5Tu"
drowned. The (tali prevented
people on shore from rendering' men
anca. The cries of the orn,S9 who
were hra-d distinctly by rrom tbe
were watching the vezee
srore. A.Anra of the
The follow ne pirtt r(,c(,nt Bt(lrm
damage caused by V The British
have been rec sivj whitteP fr m
etoamer Artos, is . Oo.v, inr Bor
New York, Sept,, BLa.
"Wreckage from the steamer
of her cargo are washed
.The B ri i,.h steamer Kte, from Sa
VniD . SePten'her 28;b, forLiver-P"nl-b
as arrived at ljueenstown dis
abled. Sbethiuped immense quanti
ties M water und broke twenty-five
sterna pipes. llr dcks were much
da maped. The Norwegian bark Omen,
Capt Nielaen, from Mobile, Angnat
M h, for Guole, has been towed to
Cowes. Three of her crew diel of
ague and others are Fullering from the
malady. Th Br tish bark Rutland,
Ctt. Casey, from Quebec, 8 ptember
15th, for Gr-euock, was abandoned eff
Lucdy Isiand. The mate and carpen
ter were diowned. The oher mem-
bors of the crew were rescued and
larded at Falmouih. Some of them
THE IELL0W FETER
AT BILOXI ALARM THE MIS-
Whs Are Bcalnalnc to Do Wha
Kemphla Mnat lo, Qaaraa
tlne Agalaat It.
lanoiAL to TBI irrtAL.I
JiCKsoN, Mis.. October 18. The
State lizard of Health has ron-pro-
ffssuinai information that yel'ow te
ver prevails at B.loxi. In addition to
this a private letter was rrce ved here
octny, dated Biloxi, the 10th instant,
etbting that tbere are 350 cases there
and tha" fifteen deaths have already
Declare' to Uennlne Yellow Jack
lsw 'Orleans, La, October 18.
Thrt Itete Board i.f Iloilth, having re
CHived information of the prevalence
of fever at Biloxi, Miss , eighty miles
a stanr, and tbe death thereof a num
ber of peism from this cause, held
special meeting today it consider the
matter. S:atements mads befere the
board showed that an itinerant me
cnanic. named Bumpier, who came
from Biloxi, died yesterday at MisMS'
sipp't City. The phyj iciBns pronouaced
Sutnpter'a disease as bilious fever, but
one of the nurses said that he vomiied
black stuff. Dr. Walker made the
alarming statement, as coming from
peop e from Biloxi, that nearly every
family mere nan cases ot luver. tie
was told that in all there existed, np
to last night, 28 cases: that for the
pa t week people were being buried
quietly at night, and that in the day
time the bcdies were laid away sur
rep'iuousiy. Mr. uaas. Marshall, an
printendent of the Lonieville and
Nathville railroad, stated that he
was told that Dr. Lomaa had
pronounced the cause uf his wife's
death at Biloxi yel'ow fever. Mr,
Marshall had recti ved a telegram from
tbe etat:ou sg?nt which bore the in
formation ttut thera were thirty or
urtv cases at Bikxi, and that Drs,
Lemon and Mayben ha 1 a d fHculty
ab iutthei ature of the fever. Dr. L-
mon adhering to the belief that it was
nnquestionahiy yellow lever. The
bra d thereupon issued a notice to
the offlcia's if Biloxi declaring a strict
quaraot'ne against tna'. place.
A special toihe Tinus-Democrat from
Bibxi, Mis'., says that f jur competent
pnysicians nave pronounced tbe dis
ease prevailing tnere yellow fever.
Diepatchea received here show that
all pieces along the Mobile road have
quarantined against tsiloxi.
Habile Quarantined Agalnat Biloxi
Mobilk. Ala.. October 18. A bob.
cim 10 me juowier irom iJ.ioxi savs:
There have been a number of cases of
fever, mrstly of a very mild sort, dor
in a tbe laEtreven or eizbt weeks, and
sines the 27th rf Augn t there has
been eighteen deaths irom all cauae?,
nor more man trurteen oi wbicb are
at ribntable to fever, these thii fly
ciDiuren. At present there is not ex
oeding twenty five cases under treat
ment, all reported diing well, and no
new nates sinne Saturday. An iavee-
tigiitiou by the MUs Siippi Board of
neana ana tne rt.rr.son uomity
Bard is in nroirrrBi thprn. Mohiln
plocf il inpec ing officers on trains to
day, forh'diling persons from Unrr!son
cou'ny irom stopping in Mobile.
Strict qu:;rau!ine ?sas decided upon
bytheB-ard of H a'th tonight, i.nd
a proclamation i:sues tomorrow morn
Third Annnal Exhibition of
Helena Fair Aaaociallon.
ISriOULTO TBI APriAL.1
HELHNA. Ark.. Octoher 18 For tli
last ten days the citizens of Helena
nave been unusually active in prepar
ing for the third annual exhibition of
the Helena Fair Association, which
opens tomorrow under the most flat
tering auspices. The directors, presi
dent and secretary have been unus
ually active in piepaunz apr-g-amme
complete in everv detail. There ia a
big list of premiums which are in
every inftance well worth com-
E sting for. A large earn
er rf blooded cattle from
the surrounding country are on the
grounds, cwBHtirg of Herefords, Jer
seys, Holsteins and other fancy grades.
About thirty horses from Tennessee.
Kentucky, Mississippi and Missouri
are on tbe grounds, with mors to
come tomorrow and next day. There
win ce raoes every day during the
week, weather DHrmittinc. Tha rann
that the most interest is being taken
in for tomorrow is the ruining race,
three-quarters of a miU heats, be
tween L. Wyatt's Col. Hays, O. K.
Br,keti's Barbara and Stack Lse's
Supreme Court la Sealou-Yellow
Fever Kep,,rted at Biloxi.
rspsouL TO Til ArrnL-K
Jackson. Mna . Oo'nhar is Tho
Supreme Court met today in regular
.yn, with thief Jus'ics Copper and
Relate Justice Cimphell on the
aic1,'Junice Arn'd being absenton
dotke3.1?' "'dness in his family. The
p and" .tDe Fir -t District was taken
cotistKn'fon'alJ cases submitted. Tbe
laeal 1 of the nreaent ontion
DT vt. Tbnmai"Ivl at great length
Bd Judge J..S Hamm, bbiaealnst it,
lan, in favor f it. Theoa e cam ui
Meridian and was submitted.
Mr. H.O. Ria.r, of the Equitable
u ir, iii aiic oociety Ot JNeW York,
nn.co i,nW,0 cuwa oi lumbago
by Salv.atuo Oil, the pain cure.
Oleomargalue Ntnnp Randy for
WA.8niNOTN( October 18. -The In
lernai Revene Burtau today began
shipping tl naw oieomr.rg.uine
stamps to colctors,
AT NASUYILLE TO RECEIVE BOB
Old-Fasbioned Enthusiasm Main
tained Daring the Day Lieut.
(Jot. Shandg at Hernando.
laraciAL to thi irrmi,.!
Nashville, Tknn., October 18.
The proressicn a'ad demonstration in
honor of tbo Gubernatorial candidates
here this evening were flat failures.
Alt was paraded around town in a car
nage decorated with flgs and pre
ceded vy a nte una uium band
The procession in honor of
Bub did not contain 1000 peo
ple all told. Tbia failure t
"demonstrate" is cot to be taken as an
evidence of lack of sympathy for
Bob, but is attr bu'able to thorough
aiESHtiBiacuon wun tbe methods riv
ercing in the county canvass the
dominance of the whisky seller.1.
Afcer parading through the principal
streets the pructssiou eecoriiig Bob
nit d into tbe public eqaare, which
was packed and jammed with a surg
ing ctowd to its utmost capacity.
A large number of ladies occupied
a nserved platform which gave way
but without serious injury t any one
A noisy crowd on the outskirts swayed
and swiigzed ahout and made so much
confusion that tbe speaking c mid not
be beard. Alf opsnd and after talk
ing abcut ten minutes gave up the at
tempt to make himself t n iible. B )b
epuke three minutts and i hen he tco
gave it up in disu t. As a badly man
aged aQair the whole business ia en
titled to the pr 'as.
Lieutenant dovernor NtiandaSpeaka
at Hernaudo, atlaa.
lariouL To thi irrcAL.I
Hirnakdo, Miss., October 18. By
spicial inv tation Lieutenant Gov
ernor Shauds, of Tale county, Miss.,
made today in tbe courthouse at this
place one vt the mo-t peitinentand
powerful speeches ever heaid by the
people here. He began his speech of
two hours in length at 11 o'clock a.m
to an immense audience, composed ( f
many fair ladies and a multitude of
Democrats of Dso'o. He stated
in the outset that CI almera in.
of record, and by that record be t'ied
him The speaker drew a comparison
be' ween Jas. R. Chalmers and his
noble but departed biother, H. H.
Chalmers. In speaking of the latter
Gov. Shands grew so eloquent as to
bring tearj to many eyes hot used to
weeping. His arraignment of the
former surpassed enyttiirg ever heard
heretofore. At the sam time, di a'
irg with him according to hi just de
serts, tbe speaker in conclusion
compared tbe record) cf tbe
two candidates for Congress from
this district and their respective
claims to the support of this
people. The contrast was peculiarly
striving; he vety justly represented
Chainlets as the modern Catiline, and
in a very forcible manner rave the
reasons wby no bonest thinking man
could support him. Taking up the
record of Judge Morgan from the
stirring period of youth to the present
instant, be presented it as it is with
out spot and without blemish. The
speaker pointed to him as a man who
bad aver stood c oss to the interests
of this people, never for once falter
ing in the dark and desperate davs of
reconetruction. His comments Gpon
the ability, patriotism and honor of
Judge Morgan ware beautiful gad
complimentary. Indesd.Gov. Shands
is one of the ablest, moet el. oaent
and accomplished' orators f this
country, and at the conclusion of his
speech today a tremendonn ttorm of
applause rent the ai'. From the
courthouse many present rrpaired to
Capt. McKeczie's and parlook of one
of the most delicious dinners, such as
bat L-w other than his most estimable
lady can have.
t'ol. t anford Maklna- a Tlirorona
ISriCIALTO TBI iPPHL.I
Bradbn.. Tknn.. October 18. Col.
Wm. Sa' rd, Democratic candidate
for State benator for Fayette and Tip
ton caunt:e. aJd:esed a eood audi
ence today at this place. . Un iko in Bt
L.exi!siative candidates, he did not
handle National issues, but devoted
his time to soch quatti. ns as were
likely to coma before tho State
Lexislatur? the c.ire of the insane.
disposition of our criminal c'a sea and
educa ion of the macses. His address
was something new to oumeoole. and
showed that he had the correet id 'a as
to tha duties of a representative
Col. Hanford is a man of floe
practical judgment, and it would be
an honor to his dittrict to have him as
i's representative. He is making a
vigorous canvass, and it is hoped he
will nave good audiences at ail bis
appointments. This is all that is
necessary to insure his election.
George to Hewitt.
Naw York, October 18. Henry
George, the Labor candidate for May
or of New York City, has written an
open letter to Abram S. Hewitt, Dem
ocratic candidate for the same office,
criticising the letter's letter of accept
ance and cballeng ng him to a public
debate of the issues between the two
Blalne'a Reception at Harrlnanra;
im apeecnee xeaiernay,
Habbisburo, Pa October 18. The
Hon. James G. Blaine and Gen.
B?aver, Rpubliean candidate for Gov
ernor, addressed large audiences at
Downington and Lancaster today. At
tbe latter place Mr. Ulaine visited the
graves of Thaddeus Stevens and James
Buchanan. The par'y took supper at
the country house cf Gen. Cameron,
at Steelton. Later in the evening they
came here and were met by a crowd
estima'cd at 20,000. There was a largi
procession, nrsworas, electric iizhts
and addresses again by Mr. Blaine
and Gen. Beaver.
Nivt Yobk. October 18. Tha fol-
lowing Caoceeiional nnminatinna are
reported: New York First District
(Republican), Richard C. McOormick,
an ex-Gnvernor of Arizona; Seven
teenth District (Republican), 8trhen
T. Hopkins; Six enth District (Dam
ccraiir), Leonard D. Backett; Twenty
llebth District (D -raocra'lc), Jeremiah
depe'hVTei.y'i'jh Dictrid (German In-
Naw ToRiT.'Uftbj J- l;impbell.
pey Essex county Nsw eT'
Henry A. tockmeyp,: xiH.,un)i
Second D.s'rict (R.p.) indorteaj ,
DpnoyaD, labor Cnnilidat ; Third
tnrt p.p u), "Dfacon" 6 V. Whit.j
Tw?l,t j District (Gerniao), W. Lurkb
w.ThBea6r.iWIS. g!ve "'Motion,
Bull a Oongh Srnp. Try it,
l'IE BLEU', AKk.
The Dance of the Si. I.oul, Arkan.
ana and Texaa Rtiiwny t bauitrd
lsriciAL to tu ir-riAL.I
Pink Blckk, Abk., Oelo r 18. At
5o'click p.m. today the St, Louis,
Arkansas aiid Texas railway com
pleted the changiiix from nairow tj
aandard gangs beteau Cairo, II,
and Texarkana, Tex., 418 mile;. In
structions ia detail had previously
been tssued to all emi bve s by Gen
eral Supetintecdent V. R. Crumpt-n
and Master (f Tra: porthtiou P. II.
Houlihan, Bhowicgtt.e nart of aork
each department would do and fixing
the date and hours ou October 18th,
at 5 o'clock a.m. to commence
work. Your representative, who hap
pened to be on the ground here,
learned thit twel'e standard ga'-g
work trains had started from various
points wiih the neostary tools and an
ample supply of fool for all hands,
they following close behind ths fmc
of men changing the gaug. Tbe time
of departure of iht twelve trains did
not vary to exceed five minutes tiom 5
o'clock a.m;, the time set to commence
the chaiige. Tbe pussenger t-aiue that
arrived here on time th's morning on
the narrow eange tnii kn now aland on
standard yauge tracts and siant'atd
jauge enuine a'tachtd, raiy to Btait
north and sonth from he'e n time to
night the sims as though the road bad
been standard gau e simethe truck
was first laid. Tbe touttj b;.und pas
senger train from Cairo and north
bout d train from Texarkana are alto
ready and will leav oa time). Ab ut
twenty narrow gauge eninfs hav
been turned over to I lie Texas di
vision and about fo ty now stand on
the shop track at this pr int. The
trucks are being rapidly changed un
der all freights cars, in ddi ion to
tbe standard rats nov distributed
a1 junction point! along the lire, and
tomorrow passenger and freight train
will be run as ubuhI, except the truck
and equipment will be standard in
ate d uf narrow fauge. There has
been no accident connic'ed with the
change. General sat efa' tion is ex
pressed at the com It to and eyatt'invie
manner in which all arrangements for
the change wra made by Messrs.
Cramp on and Houlihan.
RtJCLED AT SEA.
en Found Floating; ou at'ablu
Key West, Fla., Oc'ober 18. Cnpt
Z tlull, of tbe schooner Anna B.
Hutchinson, from Chargrej for New
York, reports as follows: 0:i the 14th,
tif:y miles south of Tortugas, I p'ck( d
up the captain, mats and four eailors
of the Spanish bark Tres Auiora,
from Barcelona for Havara, wino
laden, difdng on a part of the cabin
hous. Tbe bark was bul k on Octo
ber 10th and seven men are suppo-ed
to have gone do n with her. ih st
teicued were in a terrib'e coadiiiou
when picked up, bavin? be n wilhbu .
food aud water for four days.
Lundborq'B perfume, Eden i 8
Lnndborg'a perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lnndborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Luudbora's pernme, Marchal Nile
MoDONALD OiV ' otober 17, 18S8, Mm.
Amicua McDonald, relict of tha lata P. II.
MoDonald. , '
BERTON-At tha raaidenoa of her molhar,
Mm. A. Helblng, on Thomai avenue, Choi
tea, Mm. Lioa Biitox. Dae notica of fu
neral will be riven.
McDONOUQH The friendi and acquaint
ance! of Mm. Amelia MoDosouoh aro In
vited to attend her funeral, from late real
donee, No. ill Jonea aronue, thia (TUES
DAY) morning at 9 o'clock. Servicei at St.
QT. ELMO COMMANDERY. No.
Vill mcflt in stated ff
o'cliirk, for the di- XjT
neei. ViMting Sir' '
kJ IS, Wi
nono ave thia (Tl)
uot. mh, at H o'i
natch ot buainej
Kniirhtfl flOurteon.lv invited.
liy or.ler N. W. Sl'KKRS, .Ir, E.C.
Attest: JB. S. MiiiAKKY, Heconiorj
Or your dirn ore nuniiierofi
OfAih, Lnniirv or
HlyNlnof your VIlol lilW
luioninu uu. rim's " 1
your course of aenret bknF,
and exooss. Paue and t-eo flC
In the XAiiMAAE.
Craiffift Rectal Pearls
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' 1 (.nt.o. VUIB UI III! JUKI nil.HQBBi I'llllUII,
Eaily Ieoy and Future Mifery. Mn r
all A nee restored to I'orfent Manhood,
a"a lasting t".iwr, Uur splendid Medical
nora sent tree (sealed), indorsed by
CralKle NdiealCllnlF(Am. Branch),
35 Nassau streot, New York.
Grand AUCTION SALE
Of Choice Selected Imported
Al Union Nlork Yard, Meinpbla,
Wediesday, Nov. 17, 1886.
(Sale Begins Promptly at lit O'ol :ok.)
TUIS Importa'ion of llo'stein Cattle has
bsen made byus under the auspioea of
"The North American llolitein Herd Hook
Association," as foundation stock for fine
herds in the 8outh ostoron Htntes, and em
braces onlyiui'h animals as have for their
ices and dames the most superior milk and
butter records to be lound in North Holland.
The entire impn'tsiion hss been registered
In the " North Holland Herd Book of Hol
land." and will also he rcxistored ia "Tbe
North American Herd llook of America,"
embracing 65 Hellers in Calf' by finest Hoi
land Hulls. Also, a general assortment of
Una young Bulls, ready lor service, Heifer
and Bull Calves of spring of 1tt6, and grown
Cows from 4 to 6 re rim old. A complete cat
alogue is now in press, giving full pedlvrea
and milk and butler records connected with
each animal. These cattle have I'een shipped
direct from Holland to the Union btock
Yards, and will arrive between the 1st and
7th of November, where purchasers can in
spect the same. No animsi will be disposed
ol at private sale, but parties who attend tha
sale may rely upon each animal being put
up and sold as advertised, titreet cars now
run to within three blocks of Stock Yards.
A DAMSON a HUNAIiUHUN, Importers.
arFor t'ata'ou orinfrrmation address
ft. V. RAMBAIII, President Union titook
Yards and Fertiliser Company.
Dtt. It. L. LA SKI,
l'bjHlcIan, Hnrrcon and Acconcher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
a 13 .ISil u Street, Near Unlou.
Telanhone Nri. US.
Dkptmht or Tint Intkrior, 1
Wn.Vxti.jton. Ontfiltnr 1r,. I
OEALED PRi(isALS will be received at
this Department until 12 o'olock m. No-
'"V"r in, iH-ti, ,ir lurnmatng the miifirial
!n2 "J'or required In completing the culvert
ana oth,, Wl)rk in ,, in,,,rovo-i;cntor the
Jlot bhr'nn. u .. II... U.
. i "no iifwiT.imui i.v Ji'i. nirniK"i
jrKiinsaa. Ulank forms of p-oposil, speci
"cationt, eo., wili be furni.hed upon appll
vxt'na to this Department, or to 'Hunerlii
teadont of Hot ripnngs Reservation," Hot
I. y. C. LAMAR, Secretary.
The Royal Baking Powder Declared Superior
to all Others.
The fact that Royal Baking Fowder is, in all respects,
the best baking powder offered to the public has been
established beyond question.
Prof. II. A. Mott, when employed by the U. S. Govern
ment to analyze the various baking powders of the market
to determine which was the best and most economical, after
an extended investigation, reported in favor of the Royal,
and it was adopted for government use.
Prof. Mott has continued his examinations of baking
powders 6old at the present day, :vnd now affirms it as his
deliberate judgment, arrived at .if tor most thorough research
and a careful examination of the principal brands of the
market, that the Royal is undoubtedly the purest and most
reliable baking powder offered to. the public. Prof. Mott,' in
his recent report, says :
"The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, Jor I
have so found it in many'tests made both for that company
and the U. S. Government.
" I will go still further and state that, because of the
facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure
cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the
proper proportions of the same, .and the method of its prep
aration, the Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly tho
purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the
public. Dr. HENRY A. MOTT, Pir.D."
FORTY ODD YEARS 0LO.
aWI'a d Pollcj-Utildpra In 1893,
a record li-aeallv remaHtahla In
ment and lineral treatment ol nolloy-holde-i
the Ktw Yrk 1.1 f baa ever made anA
Commercial Bulletin, trbniam 12, 18S6
PDltELY MUTUAL, AII HENCE IWldlliXCE AT COST.
6ENEBAL INSURANCE AO El!fT.
ltoom 1, Cottoa
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noa. 328 and 328 Main St., Memphla,:Teiiii.
ar-Arit RTtirix or rai.i. ni winter eooos in i.arskb and Bar
OOMPLKTK THAN BTCH Ba0hll, and oar prlaes will oontpara with those of any aat
la the Vaited Stales. We are Agents for
Temaeaaee unnfactnrla(f Co.'b
in us n
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOARS OX TH-TTsHITElElfJI.
JAM EH S. ROBINSON.
ar Deposlta reoelved Is turns ol 91 and upward, and Interest allowed on same Semi
annually. aver We buy and tall local Investment Bonds and Securities generally, pay teies, acta,
trustees, and, la general, aiacuta any financial business requiring a sale and reipnnilbi.
awr We issna drafts, In sums to suit purchasers, on all parts of Europe,
svsr We have a commodious Vault for tha deposit ol valuables, which Ii at tba service e
our customers, Free of t bartje.
D. P. HAUDEJi, rresldcnt. EWD. ISIOLDSMITH, Tlce-rrftaldent.
JAMFS NATHAN. CaHbiir.
mm ti mm
OF MEXPIII8-A NAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AND
Ao. 42 llAIINOt NTUKUT, Mli.MIMlIS, Ti:,.
M. Ill'III.ET FRATNtR, Preatdont. VT. at. WII.MFKNUrV, Vlt'e-Frraldcnt.
It. J, BLACH, tJaataler. WM. B URIfl'l.NU, Teller.
BOARD OF DIRECIORN.
W. D. BETHEL. J. R. GODWIN. 8. P READ. W. N. WILK ERK0N,
Til OS, 11 AI.LKN, JNO OVURTOS. Jr , W.F.TAYLOR. R. B. UNOWDK",
s. i. Mcdowell, r. dudlhi" fkayhek, wm, a Williamson, r.j. black.
nAVIBJUM UNPECIALLY aULIl'ITEl). inTEHKNr PAIO ON VJEPONIfffl
THIS INSTITUTION IS AUTH0RIZEDUNDER TUB LAWS OF TENNESSEE:
To do a General Banking Business. Discount Paper, etc. To Buy and Sell Stocks, Bonds and
Local Seeurities. To Receive Deposits and pay IN 1ERKHT tbereon. To Invest in Securities
for Estates, Minors, Trustees, and others. To act as Trustee, Administrator, Hxeoutor or
Guardian, same as an Individual. To act as r eceiver for Corporations, Lit'ganta, and In
all eases of Trust. To Buy and Sell Richange. Also, have a Sale Deposit Taalt, wherein
Valuables of all kinds can be safely kept. A Depository ot tha State of Tenaeseea.
oerHpeelel Attention Paid to Collections. 'Patronage Respactlnlly Hollnited.-
And Commission Merchants.
Ifoe. 34 and 3G Madison Street, JTIetafb!!
$S.AOO.OOO, aud Nut a Dollar of
it. exhibit of enoraetle and fkillrul
an a. a
The irosnt ewtement la plainly tha he.
layim all mat need he said. fo
Pliilda, Drills, NbRetlnt;, 8hlrtlr, C
UDIVXIVIOIXr A C3rA.XaM.
MICHAEL GAVIN, J. fl. HANDWERKIK,
THOMAS BOVLK DAVID P. IIADDKN,
JOHN W. COCHRAN, JAMES A. OMI1KKU,
SOL COLEMAN, SWD. OOLDHMITU,
WM. KAIZENBKROER, HARDWId PERES.
COMPLETE IN THIS CHAPTER.
FOU A DRESS.
Choice and noTiiiiMe line of beautiful ALI,
Wllul. l)Ot'BL,K WIDiH Fahriet-Dlaao-
arie, I'hovint and Cln'h. Kemarkable.
ou lean a laro,
TO TKIM 1IIAT DRFNS.
Complete line beautiful filLK VELVET, BB
reatona'-ly cheap VI OO a yard.
Nobbr Anrakan Trlmmlngi, $1.50 yard.
ALKKADY CUM DINED,
Arttetto and na eflVt" in Prem Pattern!
uniting H yle, Durability anil Lownea. of
rrne fullest of Q'iniitlei, Perleouon of
Kremer's $7.50 Fine Dress
Ii alway. to be the w. ndor of Monithil
Drei i Uuyer. U hi coma to .t.y. andeaeh
and every day nhall have its new 17 f Dreat
l'attrrn. Kvery new idea, however valua
ble, will be euilioilie I iu Kreiner't (iHKAT
$7.50 Fine Press PaMern.
COMK ASD BUY ONK,
WRITIS FOR ONE.
Kv. ry t.ituro, nuim ih and ronih. light and
dark, or mixed rvnry co'or, every a'yte o f
Ii the proper mntorUI for Kies-nnt Co tumtl
ni ilin trhununpi tht MitPin. Let no
one diMUfttte you irem tin. Tell theiu that
the rery tin it value for the money is
kii:.ui:ii'n $i s5 vi:i.vkt,
ONLK 24 lnohei M'ide.
Ten Dollar Far and ( lo h DreM
New Pre' es nro new ONLY when tha
TR1MMINOS aro new iu atyle und tha
colors are properly eoinbined.
It is ensy 4muk-h when you know bow.
We claim to KNOW 11UW to give you
The lirnpnr lluttona,
The i ropur l.lssps,
The proier V aiauientertcs,
Tho proper Krinnes,
Tt.o proper Kins,
The priiptir Vouthors.
In laot, to
No. K. Chancery Court of Sb!by
cotiniy. Stataot lennesset, etc., re. Wm.
Iluiley et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above oausa on tha
lath day ot May, lKHii, M. It. 02, page U7.
1 will sell at public auction, to tna high
est bidder, in front of tha ('lark and Mat
ter's office, oourthouae ol Shelby county. .
Memphis, Tannassea, on
Batnrday, Jkovtmbar 13, IHM,
within leiral hnu'S, the following describee,
property, situated In fchtlby oounty, Ten
esree. to- wit :
Lot 14, Keel subdivision country lot 53.1,
fronting U)tS4feet on the east side of Main
street and MHV, feet nn the south side of a
tarans street, and tunning back to lint of
country lot Ml.
Terait of Suk-rOs a credit of i: months
note with aeourity required t lien retained
redumption haired. This October 18, 18H6.
v I. MnliOW ELL, Clark anu Master,
l-v T. B. Ooldwell, Deputy O. and M. , ,
t. H. A C. W. lieiskeil, (Solicitors.
ociip-ai nov.i-i.i .
CHANdJcRY S TE
HI3A .1 ENT.f TE,
No. .i'2W (2l, R. D. Chancery Court oi dhelb '
county State of Tennessee lor use, eta.
vs. W. E. Duller at al.: No 1704. H D.
Memphis City vs. M. II. Btiilm.iu e'. al.
BY virtue ol an Interlocutory dec.ee fo
sale, entered In the above causa on tha
2Mh day of August, 1HH4, M. B. 44. pmte 620,
1 will sell, at public auction, to the highea
bidder. In front of the Clerk and S1ater'
office, Courthouse of Shelby oounty, Mom
phis, Tennessee, on
Natnrday, Kovemtiitr 1.1, IHHtt,
within legal hours, the following described1
property, situated in Shelby eounty, Ton
Ei st pint of lot twenty-nine ('29). lying
west, of and a lioining lot No US, in Cherry,
Caldwell A: Co. 's subdivision ol part of coun
try lot Mil, known as the Arsenal Gronnda,
the said eat part f lot W froutini; :!, feet
on the no th .ido of Court street oxtnded.
running hack 14S le, t, ami the east line oi
said lot liuing about feet west ol the
northwest corner ol Court andOrloans sts.t
said lots nwnod by diliuidiii.tH, W, A. IUck
fordaodMrs Marian 11. ht'lltnai.
Terms of Hale-On acroditof six months:
notes with security ; lien retained; redemp
tion barred. This October 18, lSWt.
S. I. McDOWKLL, Clark and Master.
By T. B, Cul.I all. Do. uty C. and M.
Metcalf Ac Walker, and Laurenoe Lamb,
bolicltors for comp n't. sat
UNITED STATES TRADERS.
Main Ofllcc-120 l.rnatlwnr, N. T.
Xeinphlm Odlcc, 285 Vain t.
H'AI.TKK IVRrtJOKY A irORN IT.
-Headquittrfor the PROMPT f.'dlLEC-
Tl ,'N of Notes and Accounts.
aarOur Attorney will send Circulars to all :
wfao will write I t them.
And Conntry Wlore Insiirmirs Ulvea
NorciHl tKi'iitlun, by
UtNKKAt. IKMI'HASitir- stftST,
Room 1, Cotton Exchange Tluilding.
fafilln! Hi'trraenled, vtlit,lU,tiU,
lnyitcs Correspondence and Interview.
Noil Iti'sldi'til Nutii'ft.
No. fit 2 In the 'hancery Court of SIbr
couotr. Tcnn. J. S. TioT et al. vs. .vn
souri Wilson et al.
It appearing trout bill which is sworn to in
this cnuse that the defendants, Mi .'onri v il
son, Dora havie., Hunt Dalies, Kvn i-avios
and Pearl Wilsnn, are rcsiOents ot the State
ot Arkonsa ana all nuU-lendtiiW of tho
Stat) of Tennessos:
It Is therotore o.de'cd. That thev maks
their niipcariiuce tioriu, at the courthouse
of Slieloy coumy. iu Meioph'S, I'eon , on or
bofora tho tint Moo day in December, 1 .sat
and plead, answer nrdemur tc complainants
bill, or the same w.ll be Mhan for ronlessed
as to them ai d set forhrringex parte; and
that a ropy ot th's order be puoli.-hea onoea
woek, for tour suocosive woekii. in tho -Mntn-phis
Appeal. Tois Iiilh day of Oitobir, 18Xi.
A cipy attcf
ti. f . MuDoWKLL, Clerk and Master.
By f. II. Cnldwall. Deputy O and M.
JJlanttA Patterson, SoIsJ for eoiiipl'nt. tae
" GIN HOUSE
ALL persons desirous of socuring "afo
mill Krlmll ia- n rnmee, at low.
mt lli-, on (ilH HOUSES, can be ao
oomtnodotod by applying to the
Planters' fire and Marine
At 41 tf adlaou St., Memphis', Teaa
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