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THE MEMPMI
APPB
ESTABLISHED 'lSlO.
MEMPHIS. TEW., TnUItSUW, OCTOBElt 21, ISStt.
VOL. XljVI NO. 246
Ma. Jay Gopxd, who opened his
purse to as in 1878 without limit or
Btint, will hj in the city today. OriT
cit'ieoB jid official, remembering
this, eho old pay him all possible cour
tesy an d attention.
Senator Kimhi rays that Wett Vir
Itini'i will returm this year a eolid
De mocratic Congressional delegation.
TUe present delegtti-n has one Re
publican, ex-Secretary Goff, who wai
elected by a majority of 204
Th Sportsman's Convention to te
teld today at Richmond promises to
be a most;D joyable affair. The Com-mittps-et
Arrangements bare made np
a liet ot'priaes to be offered for the
beet shootiDg, and there will be recep
tions and excursions to make the time
pass pleasantly.
Ch&caba Sasso, of Ne ir York, yes
terday shot herb: atal and cruel hua
ljand dead. She had separated from
him two years ago because of his in
bum in treatment of her, but she could
sot elude bis vigilance for long. He
overlook her yesterday and beat her
at intervals all the morning up to nook
nd until he was tired, when he
started to leave and she quickly closed
his career. By every pried pie of
justice Charara did right. Hers was
clear'y a case of Bslf-defence. -
Tub murder of two workmen by the
Pinkerton police near Chicago, bas
aroused public attention, and tbe ques
tion is being asked what the employ
ment of such a force means. The fact
that a single firm can employ hun
dreds of men, better armed than the
soldiers of the United States, and send
them where tbey please, is an ano
maly under and a menace to our in
stitutions. We ceriainly do not wish
to go back to tbe days of the condot
tieri, tbe f iee lances of Italy, whose
swords were at the service of the
highest bidder.
The Knights of Labor yesterday
sanctioned a movement in behalf cf
the working women that should have
the active support of every woman in
the Union. The system of petty and
cowardly theft practiced by persons
who employ ' women at wages lees
than are paid to men for the same
kind of work should be discouraged
until everywhere it is put an end to.
"The same wagw for the same work"
should be the increasing demand of
women until everywhere it is an a&
compliahed fact.
The Episcopal,. Church yesterday
took the initial rtep towards fellow
ship with other Obristain bodies. Of
courae this involves the absurd claim
to being as we might say par excellence
the Church of Christ, but even that
should, not ha permitted to
stand in the way of Evangelical
unity. And it will not, if common
sense. 's allowed its sway. That ac
complished, an effort should be made
to secure the co-oppration of the
Greek and R:mln(Gjihollc Churches,
really with wtunn, all rights of pre
cedence lie. -
Ma. J at Govls will be here today
to take a look at the city int.i which
one of the railroads of his system will
shortly be running its trains. That
system is a comprehensive one that
centers . in . . Kaa;as City, the
moit actively growing business
point in the Sjuthweit, Mr.
Gould is thoroughly intelligent ps
to the advantages of Memphis', espe
cially with the propo3td bridge in
view, hot we venture to cay that when
he Bees for himself it is not impossible
that he mav change some of his pVs
and make them more favorable to u.
This is a point for our business men to
look after.
Spsakinq of "the full realisation of
a government by tbe people," Mr.
Cleveland in bis inaugural said: "Of
the means to this end not one would,
in my judgment, be more effective
than an amendment to the Constitu
tion disqualifying the Fiesident from
re-election." After an eloquent recital
of the corruption of ihe public service
certain to come of a peroral ambition
for renomination by a President, Mr.
Cleveland sdded : "We recognize in
the eligibility of the Preeident for re
election a meet serieus danger to that
calm and intelligent politioal action
which should .characters a govern
ment by the people."
Thi Nashville Lumberman is right.
One cerioua drawback to the business
prosperity of the South under the new
regime is tbe almost total lark of relia
ble and exact statistics in regard to
any branch olbatineis or manufacture.
Excepting cotton, tobacco, and iron
productions, tbe methods of estimat
ing which were "formulated and sys
tematind to some extent prior t j the
war, there are no data in regard to the
pres'nt buine8 operations in the
Southern 8 ates that will command
the respect o ths intelligent and cau
tious man. .Manufacturers refuse to
give the figarfgt) reporters for fjar
the tax afsetaor would find them oat.
Mb. Sniid. of Mississippi, in the
Episcopal Church Convention at Chi
cago yesterday, took the sensible
ground that if the so called missionary
work among the negroe? of the South
was to be efficacious there must be no
attempt to segregate the colored peo
ple from tbe while looking ti tbe
formation of en African Protestant
Episcopal Church. That thould be
die con aged. In th's Mr. Sneed is
right. If the Scriptures aie to be be
lieved there are neither "niggers," nor
Indians, nor white traeh in heaven,
and the church militant ought to be
A close copy of the church triumphant.
EX-SECRETARY BLAISE
DELIVERS Hit UREA.T SPEECH
AT PITTSBURG,
BUst or Which lie Devoted to the
Discussion of" the Tariff, by Which
the Poor Are Bebbed.
Pittsbuko, Pa., October 20. The
tariff demonstration t day in favor of
James G. Maine wss nut as large, as
was anticipated, but tbe city was
filled wiih strangers, who had been
atracrd by ths annonncement that
both Blaine and Beaver would apeak.
An open air meeting was held at Ex
position Park, Allegheny, this after
noon, and it is estimated that from
$000 to 8000 persons were present.
Upward of 3000 persons participated
in tbe parade. The manufact
urers, who usually make a
feature in such demonstrations, eay
that they did nut have time to
prepare for it. When Mr. Blaine was
introduced the crowd had increased to
over 10,000. Mr. Blaine said: Mr.
Chairman A crisis ia the tariff sys
tem of the United States is rapidly
approaching. For a long series of
j ears, ever since the cVse of the war,
we have bad a vast debt to be paid.
However large the national revenue,
its surplus could always be profitably
applied to the liquidation of our na
tional obligations. We have diss narged
that debt so rapidly tbat there re
mains now but little more than $200,
000,000 of it. Tbat can be paid within
this century, and all of that falls
due within four years from this
date. Its maturing thus rapidly
approacning may be eaid to be even
now impending, so tbat the mat'er is
one that must be taken into consider
ation at once, bncause the remaining
$700,000,000 or $800,030,000 go over to
the twentieth century. When Secre
tary Sherman, the moat accomplished
and able Secretary of tbe Treasury
sines Alexander Hamilton cheers,
performed tbe marvelous feat of land
ing a large proportion of the publio
debt ia the United States 4 per cents.,
his euccefs was acknowledged on both
sides of the Atlantic as unparalleled
in financial administta'ion. But under
the wise administration of the Federal
Government by tbe Republican party
the credit of tbe nation bas increased
si rapidly that tbe United States
bonds, which were at par but seven
veers ago, now command nearly $1 30,
and the holdms will not relinquish
them to the Treasury at less than tbat
rate. It may, therefore, be as
sumed as a certainty that their
payment is postponed until tbe next
century, and tbey fall outride of the
present exigency as they fall outaide
the present power of the legislature
of this nation. Applause. When,
therefore, you shall have diminished
tbe total volume of the obligations of
be country to tne amount of the
$200,000,000 now almost due, what
are you going to do with the
surplus which flows annnally
into your Treasury? What dispo
sition aie you going to make
of the large amount wbick each year
you have been accustomed to apply to
the payment of tbe national debt?
The freetrader replies, "Get rid of
your surplus by striking down this
protective tariff; lower the duty on
many article?, put a large number of
other articles on the free list and re
duce your revenues in that way." The
protectionist answers : " Lat us so re
duce our revenue tbat, with awised's
crimination, the American laborer in
his daily earnings may be protected by
the natiooal law. Keep tbat in view
as a prime objret This is the que
t on tbat imnends for your decimon,
and after patient consideration of the
probable corjsrquenc.s to result from
that decision I venture the . essertion
that there bas not been si rice the na
tional election of I860 a financial crisis
so urgent and pressing as tbe one
which will be upen the . American
people within tbe , next two years.
The mvn question, .therefore, s
whatberyou wll exe'ude from the
ta-iff the protective idea, or whether
you will reduce ' the rates
upon articles frjtn the duties on
which you gain . no protection,
and thus so wifely discriminate
that-, with a new.' tariff adapted to
$l00,000,000;ie:8 revenue, you will st 11
gain all tbe jirotectbn needed. I say
to you, gentlemen, .that' at nly two
pferods ot our history, namenly, tbe
beginning of the Federal Government
ana the outbreak of the civil war, bas
the financial ability of American
statesmen been confronted by a prob
lem of tbe magnitude of the one to
which I have invitsd your at
tention. Never, therefore, was there
a time when men believing in
protection to American industry were
more imperatively called upon to gird
about their loins for a great battle on
tbat question. It is impending with
in two years, and will be settled favor
ably or adversely in that time. I can
not now go into details on the taiiff.
as to tbe manner in which it should
be regulated ; but I can Say this, that
unless it iB so adjusted as to continue
the doctrine of p'O'ection. you gentle
men will see ba'd times in this coun
try. Mr. B'aine at this point paid his
respects to tbe London Timet.
Tbe Hon. John F. House at Tr.atoa.
laraOIAL TO TBI APPEAL. I
Trsnton, Tsnn., Octob9r 20. The
Hon. John F. House spoke to a full
house here today. He made a strong
and able speech, which was much ap
preoiattd by all present. Quite a
namher of iadiei were present The
women here are taking an interest in
this campaign, and when the women
take a decided stand the men will do
their duty. Col. House won golden
opinions from bis audience today.
Democracy is red-hot in Gibson, and
a full vote will be polled.
Senator Waltbaltat Hernanda.
Hernando, Mips , October 20 Gen.
Walthall, United SUtes Senator from
Mississippi, spent today in our town,
and was warmly welcomed by his sup
porters and friends. He left for Mem
phis this morning by way of Holly
Sprints. He was the guest of Col.
White while here.
Menalar Edmanda Re-Elected.
MoNTi-KUER, Vt., October 20 The
Legislature met in joint assmbly at
noon today ar.d completed the election
of the Hon. George F. ErJmnnds as
United SUtes Set. a'or from March 4,
1887.
Congre.kionnl Nomination.
NawYoRK, October 20. The fol
lowing Congressional nominations are
reported: Naw Yoik Thirtieth Dis
trict (Republican), Cha. 8. Baker re
nominated; Thirty-third D strict
(Democratic), L. A. Spaulding; New
Jersey Sixth District (Democratic),
Joseph E. Hanes; Sixth District
(Republican), Herman L. Ehlbach;
Pennsylvania Sixteenth District
(Republican), H. O. McCormlck; Six
teenth District (Democratic), E. L.
Keenan.
' THE TAYLOR BROTHERS
AT LEBAHOU SPEAK TO IB IM
MENSE 1KOWD.
Tha LaaccaS Pmeeaalaa of tbe Cam
palgn Bob Presumed With
a Floral Hvoater.
IspiorAL to m ArriAL.I
Lebanon, Tiric., October 20. The
extra train brinsing the Taylor
brothers out from Nashville this morn
ing bad six coaches, all packed when
reaching here. But that crowd was
nothing compared to the assemblage
at the depot and lining tbe streets of
Lebanon. A crowd beyond definite
estimation, thousand?, were monated
on horseback with badges and ban
ners bearing every conceivable senti
ment and design landing and con
gratulating "Our Bob" and the Ten
nessee and national Democracy. The
proceeeien was formed at tbe depot
end moved around the principal streets
acd bask through the public square,
thence out to the fair ground?, where
the speaking took place. There it was
that Wilson county's whole popula
tion was congrpgattd to meet the Tay
lor bi others, and especially tbe De
mocracy, to see and know Bob as their
Alf iris introduced by C. B. Cur
ret', of Smith county, and proceeded
to make bis bosst ot being a Repub
lican because be was once an old time
Whig, claiming that Wilson county
was goed old Whig soil, and onght to
be loyal to -Republicanism today.
All's speech was net equal to his effort
yesterday, and bis friends feit the
force of bis partial letting down.
When Bib took the s and the crowd
moved closer and closer to the s'ai.d
till tbey were so packed it was an im
possibility for anyone topas tbrouuh.
Thus tbey stood in the broiling sun
for an hour and a quarter drinking in
bis words with delight and ap
plauding throughout his entire speech,
an able and thrilling speech,
though interrupted by out-id e excite
ment, ctnaing a stir and movement of
many of, the audience, conlu'ing and
stopping the speaker for a few min
utes After quiet had been restored
Bob finished a speech tbat will bn
carried home by the citizens and will
produce fruit that shall be seen in all
time to come.
At the clese of tbe speeches Bob
was presented with a handsome floral
rooster, which was accepted graceful
ly. He shortly afterward turned it
over to tbe Rev. S. P. Chestnut, of this
city, t" ba presented ta Miss May Fal
cennett, tbe little daughter of Maj.
Falconnett, with bis compliments
The young lady pupils of
Maple Hill Seminary and Leba
non College, the two female
schoo's at Lebanon, were present at
tbe speaking in a body, which fct
was highly apprecia'ed by the speak
ers and tbe large crowd, especially
by the young gentlemen presen.
Bob was h. a:u to remark on
tbe train returning to Nash
ville tbat tbe procession was
longer than at any of the speakings at
other poin's in the Stat?, altboogh
at soma places the crowds who heard
the speeches were larger. The Fifth
District of Wilson county was award
ed a handsome priza banner for mak
ing the largest turnout and the te:-t
disp'ay in the procession.
BROWNSVILLE, TENS.
An ntragenas aad C'ontly Lark
Lect are TbeatrleaU.
IBPICIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Brownsville, Tenn , October 20.
The law abiding cit'secs of our city
are much incensed over an outrjgaoui
"lark"', it is thought, some of tbe
hojs cf this pluce. On Monday nubt
some parties as yet unknown daubed
with green paint tbe fences and doors
of a number cf residences, and the
Baptist College and Union Seminary.
It will moke it necessary to repaut
entirs fences, in many cases at consid
erable cost. Insult ug words, such as
"robber" and "liar," wre marked on
sidewalks and fences at several places.
The indignant victims of this outrage
have determined to fiad and prosecute
the offenders.
Mr. W. M. Barnes, of San Fiancisco,
lectured in Mann's Opera Hons last
night to the I. O. O F. and A. O. U. W.
societies of this p'ace.
F. C. Bangs will appear here tomor
row night in the Soldier of Fortune.
COLUMBUS, MISS.
skipped WUki Contractor' Money
ttnarantlne Agalnat Blloxl.
SPI0IAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Colummts, Miss , October 20. Lang
& Co., who have a contract to furnish
ties for the Kansas City, Memphis and
Birmingham railroad, and aie work
ing near Day's Gap, Ala., snnt Jeff
Reeves, a negro, to Day's Gap for
some freight, giving him $10tt with
which t pay the charges. Reeves,
instead of paying tbe money as di
rected, ran off and came to Columbus,
where be was arrested this morning
by Capt. T. A. Eggleston, Chief of Po
lice, upon a telegram from Long &
Co , nfftjring $10 reward for bis arreet.
Mr. T. A. Long came down tonight,
paid the reward and will take Ksevei
to Day's Gap tomorrow.
Our Board of Mayor and Council
met today acd rassed quarantine regu
lations e gains' Harrison county, Miss.,
on acount of the yellow lever at
Biloxi.
SHEFFIELD, ALA.
A S). foljur Bleated President of lb
t'oal and Iron Company,
, IBPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Sheffield, Ala., October 20. Col.
A. 8. Oolyar wbs ele rd today preei
dent of the Sheffield Coil, Land aud
Iron Company to sncce d W. 8. Gor
don, deceafed. Tbe company has
subscribed $25,000 to tbe capital s'ock
of tbe Atlanta, Mississippi and Atlan
tic railroad
The Sheffield Compiny and the Ala
bama Improvement Company are in
confereccit t .night ttnd important
news concerning the we far of Shef
field muy be looked for. Nashvill
Atlan'a, Min'gomery and Meoiptiis
are well roreenteil.
nitaNlren rira at Toronto.
Toronto, Ont , October 20. The ex
tensive prinvs' s r.ccutiKd by Elliott &
Co., wholesale dreggst'. wre de
str yed by fire ibis moiuing. The loss
fa $100,OCO; Insurance, $30,000. A
fireman was blown from a laddur by
an explosion which occurred in tbe
building and wss badly hurt,
THE SNAKY BULGARIANS
DEFT BOTH THE TCBKS AND THE
RU4S1AK4
Who, It Is Stated, Have Agreed
Upon the Partition of the Pi in
cipality Between Them.
Sofia, October 20. Bulgaria is ex
pected to meet the d flicu ty of Tur
key's objection to Roumeliana sitting
in the Great 8 branja by excluding
them from participation in the elec
tion ot a prince to tuzcvtd Prince
Alexander, omhegrouid that prrtic
lpation by them in socb proceedings
would be illegal, but allowing them to
bs present and take part in tbe ordi
nary legislative work of the body.
Gadbau Efiendi, the Turkish reprs
sentative, has informed tbe Bulgarian
Ministry that he bas been instiucted
to act in concert with Gen. Kanlbars,
the Russian agent, wbese arrival at
r-'ofii, Gadban Bfieudi says, he will
await before making for Turkey defi
nite prop sals to Bulgaria, strongly
advising tbe Ministry, however, in
the roeaetime to concede the KtuBiau
demands and postpone the mettiug cf
tbe Great Hobranje to elect a successor
to the Bulnarian throae. As eo m es
Gadban Kdendi's information as re
ceived, a special Cabicet Conned was
held to cons.der what be htd pre
sented. The resu't of the council was
that Gadban Etfendi was iaformed
thaf'tbe Bulgarian Government would
no more brook Turkith than it would
Kosiian interfetecc?, but would resist
both with the comforting ro-rvirtion
that any misfortunes 'likely to over
take Bulgaria would never compare
in seriousness with the retribution
awaiting the infatuation of Turkey."
It is reported in Zarkt 0 (pro-Russian)
circles that Gadban Efiendi bas
Confidently stated that the Cr. ir has
made an arrangement with ths Porte,
the ( zar guaiante ting tbe integrity of
tha Sul'an's dominious, reducing the
Turki.h war indemnity and obtaining'
permission to garrison and fortily the
Dardanelles, and to occupy Bulgaria
with Russian and Riumela with
Turkish troops.
Alarm Over the Mntaln- or Tnrklah
Troop.
Sofia, October 20. Alarm is feit
over tbe messing of Turkish troops
which ia at presnnt in progress along
the Bulgarian frontier. Tne R-goncy
have published a decree convening
the Great Sobrauje on October 27th.
All the foreign Consuls except the
Russian representative will attend
tbe opening
Arranging for Loan.
Sofia, October 20. The Bu'gjr'aa
Government is arranging witn a Lon
don firm for a loan of 4 0,000.
M. 8Un biulorT, R oslavoff and
Vulteheff have received anonymous
letters threatening tbem with death if
they c.niinue to resist Rabtdsi -
A HaiiBO.Tnrklsh neenpattonofBul-g-aris
and Honnivlta.
St. PaTiBSBURG.'Ojtober 20. It is
stated tbat on Sunday next, on tbe oc
casion of Ihd unveiling of a monument
commemorating the Russo-Turkisk
war, the Czar will deliver an energetic
speech and will publish a decree an
nouncing a Rnsm-Tark ali occnpition
of Bulgaria and Rmmelia.
A pttttWd Uaderatnadla'.
Paris, October 2ttr-Tbe Journal if
Debatt says tbat three Empires have
come to an understanding on the Bul
garian question on tbe followingbtuis,
namely, tbat Rossis ehiili not occupy
Bulgaria, and that Austria and iei
many shall not recogn'rr either ttie
regency or the Prince elected by the
Sobrauje without tbe assent of Russia.
Anatrlnn Officii! t'ir-lf Exited
Over New! Froiu Mniia.
Vienna, Oc:oberV 20.-The AVuwx
FVi Prie bas a d'spa'ch from Kofi i
saying, "Gadban Efiendi has predat
ed a note to the regency demanding
tbat the meeting of the Sibranje bs
Sostponed sine die, on the ground that
itissiadoBs not approve the resent
election, and tbe powers h w not yet
decided upon a randidnte for the va
cant throne. The wl.ole tenor of the
note is pro-Russian." Tliere is much
excitement ia Austrian ptli .ial circles.
Another Kote From Men. Haiilbar.
Sofia, October 20. 3er. Kanlbars
bas Bent a fresh note to Bulga'ia in
whic'j he combining of the persecu
tion aud arrest of Russian official eub
jicts, and warns the government tbat
a repetition w ll be sit ndod with se
rious consequences.
TttENTOH, TESJf.
Cotton Bnalneu Lively Tbe Agri
cultural Wlieel.
ISPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Tbbnton, Turn.. October 20. The
town bas been full of citton today.
The Gibsoa County Agricultural
Wheel select a day in each montb,
and all bring their cotton to this point.
It is estimated that there were at least
500 bales here. Some of it was sold
t) our merchant, but the most of it
was shipped to Toof, McGowan & Co.,
Memphis. The Wheel is a good or
ganization for the farm is, and if con
ducted right will accomplish great
good.
GRENADA, MISS.
Oeatb of Two Old anil Prominent
Citlaeoit.
ISPKIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Grenada, Miss , October 20 -Grenada
has sobtalned a Irss in the death
of two of her best, oldest and most
worthy citizens. Yesterday D. D.
Belew passed away, and this morning
Col. J. C. Ferguson, well known iu
this State, flowed in the same solemn
wake.
Pabknts, do nr.t fail o dive Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup to the little ones
for cough, cold and croup.
Ltjnpbohg's perfume, Edenis
Lnndborg. perfume. Alpine VWf'
Lundborg's psrfnme, Lily lne
VLunydbor'a erfm-
Rone
Aeeep"e lloadley1 Offer.
OrtCWNATi, O'O.tober 20.-Judge
aaebel of tbe Probata Court has uc
cepted the offer of Judge Hoadley to
pay to the trustees of the estate of
Archbishop Punrell $(12,500 in full to
eatisfy his liability as bondsman for
J. B. Moauix.defaulting assignee. The
truslees will now dec are a dividend
of lj per cent, and begin its paymei.t
in a few days.
Whkbb I hate nsed Tongaline in
cas' sof neura'glaithai worked very
satisfactory so far.
R. W, BRADY. M.D.i HonMlal, Pa.
HA8UTILLE, TES.X.
M etlac of torkholderaerihx Nasb.
Till and Veeatnr K. K.-Sen-tenee
Commuted.
IIPIOIALTO Til APPIAL.I
NASBViLi.i,TN!tv October 20. The
life sentence of Y in. Ilarr.ivr', e m
viciei of murder at the June trmr.f
tbe Benton County Circuit Cjur , was
t'iday commuted to ten years by Gov.
Bite.
The annual meeting of tire Block
holders of the Nashville and Decatur
railroad wts held this morning. The
following directors were re-elected:
J. W. Sloes, N. W. Duncan, John Orr,
Byrd Douglass, John Rimaze, J. H.
Collins, :m Seay, J. H. Whelees,
James E. Wrsh ngton, D. B. Cliffe,
J. W. Baugh.T. Fr.eraon.T. M. Jones,
Solon E. Rose, Geo. Mason. Immedi
ately after the election of the Board
of Directors a meeting was held and
the directors organ' red by the election
of J. W. Sloss, ot Birmingham, presi
dent, and Geo. W. Say, secretary.
I junriD from a car and sprained
myack'e. Salvttlon 01, the great
pain extinguisher, cured it in three
days. It is now as well as ever.
The Siek Doing Well at Biloal.
Niw Oblkans, La., October 20.
Telegrams from Biloxi, Miss., today
repirt the sick as all doing well. There
have been no new cases and no se
rious or a'.arming cases under tieat
merit MARRIED.
SMITH Mo' LBLL AN D-Tuedy, Octo
ber IB, 1886, at Calvary Churoh, tha Rot. Dr.
Patterion offlolatini, Mr. W. L. Suits and
Mill Lottii MoSlillaxd.
BRIGHAM DiBiVOIBE-rAt tha rcal
denoa of Mn. A. 0. Knowlton, Ootobtr 20,
1886, tha KT.Wm. K. Bonn olBolatinr, Mr.
W. J. BmoBiM and'Miai Mart E. OiBa
Voisi, both ol Hollywood, Mlai. No erdi.
FINLKY CROCKETT Oatobor 17. 1886,
by the Rov. Dr. Moon, Jobi E. Fiklit, of
Memphii, and Aha Crockitt, of Mur
freeubnro.
today;
OIV XHIIII1 ION.
EIDER DOWN!
SHRIMP,
CI EL,
CARDINAL, '
GARNET,
CREAM,
AT 1 PER YA11P,
NEWHATS
TAT,
AT KREMEirS
New Wraps & Jackets
TODAT.
Novelties in Handkerchief?,
Silk Cape Scarfs.
HANDHOMS
Dross Goods and Silks.
NOVELTIES JU6T OPENED.
REFERS.
INSURANCE
And Country More Innnranoa Ulvcn
Npecial Attention, by
GILBERT MINE,
oeheral inbvhancb aseht,
Room 1, Cotton Exohanc. Bnlldlm.
Capital Rranlfid, VIIO.000,000.
aa-Ipvltoi Corrwp.ndano. and Interview.
W. H. BATES.
. O. TOOF
S.G.TOOF&GO
Printers,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
(Ami Blockll
N ew and Latest Stjles Stock. New
Type, New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, Nortli
or East.
lncreaoed facilities f" 4olu
klndu LlthogranMnr
UNITED 5TATES TRADERS
, rKOTECTIVE UNION.
Sain Ofllce 120 Broadway, 5. T.
Memphis Office, 285 Main St.
WALTER IIBEUOBY ATTOBNtY.
MPHaadriiiarUraforthe PROMPT C0LLH0-
'lloti of No tea and Aooounta. .
wa-Our Attnrnar will aend Clroulara to l
who will writ fir thom. i
ScrTlie huHlueHM of our Iiotihc
will le coiitlimeil an here
troro.
CHAS. HERZOG & BRO.
WEE
BMLlIiMCECO.
n
FORTY ODD YEARS 0L0.
Hay Paid To! Icy-Holders In 1885,
Contested
a-Such a raonrd ia mall nmarkabl In
ro.nt and IIH.ral tnxtraent of imltoy-holdara.
th. New York Life baa vr mada and
Vommtreial Bullttin, tibruary 12, ltt)
1'UUEIiY MUTIAL, AXl in2VCEJ.,fSIJR4!liCE AT COST.
GILBERT RAINE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Koom 1, Cotton
IrlKMPIIIN.
Mercantile
m
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. B. G90WO, Pretn. J. trOODBAJt, viee-Presn. C H. R11NE, Caahlea,
Board off k)iraotorn.
B.TV11L1T.
a. t. ooopih.
JOU ARMrHTlAr), 0. B, BRYAN. A
anr-A Banaalaary at (Bia Baaia af Tannaaaaa. TranaacU a t
Bnalaaaa ana! alwaa Bnaalal
REAT FALL MEETING
1
emphis Jockey Club!
COMMENCING
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886.
11 .
Four mbI Fltc line. FiioU Day.
- NtoeplecliRMM nnl Ilnrdle Kaotsr.
Many of the Fantent HorHci In America will participate.
ItaotMi coiuiut'nre at 2:!lu o'clock p.m.
HALF H4TKN oh all Kallroatlat anal Nlcainboain.
WHOLESALE
Dry Goods, Notions, ilosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FUIUIISHEIG GQOBO,
Nob. 396 aattta 1i23 Mala Sin MpSilB,rr9Ua ' 4
ar-OVB BTOTtK Of Ftl L A HI WIIfTKB MM LABORS ABB
pwHPLBii thaw Taaisrvnn. aid oar
la laa Ballad BtaUa. W. ar. litnli for
sieaaM MaiifiMrtairlag Co. Plaldi. Drllla, Rheetlig', Hklrtlmr, tfrt
NEW FIRM.
FLOYD & CO.
(aVC( NaJUItS TO V. N. EBIt'II),
liiiiaJilaiiii: line eii;; ware
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets In Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
rAa-cntarar tha aolobralea! SBHBBWOOD TIT RlflED CHINA, apMlally
nlnrlaai fkir llotoa. RMtanranf anil NIoamiMinta.-aa
(aiTCCENNORJI TO B. L. I.Kt), JOBBKKM it
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Main Street. Opp. Court Kqware, rfcuiplilH,Tenu.
OKSfY
OF MEMPHIS A feAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AND
o.4 rl4UIVO. WTHEKT, WKJHPIIIW, TEiX.
B. DUDLEY FBATni R,Prmllont. W. H. WII.HKBJ. Tlc-Prallent.
K J.HI.A4 hV taahlrr. . UHimNU.Tfllvr.
- . or miiccioKN,
w.D. B8TI1BL. J. R. GODWIN. 8. P. HKAI). W. N. WII.KERS0N,
TUOH. II AI LKN, JN0 OVKRTON. 3 , W.F. TAYL01I. R. B. PNOW DK.
8. L MnDOWKLL. R. UDLB FRAY8BK. Wk. A WibUAMSON, R. J. DLACK.
AVI!N KHPEUIALLT SOLICITED. ITlEBl:l PAID OX DF.PMir
TUI8 INSTITUTION IS AUinoRIZEDUNDKR TIIR LAWS OF TKNN ESSBK:
To do a Oan.ral Danklna Bunln.ua, Ulinnunt Pi r, .to. To liar and Sll Slock, Bond, and
Lsnal Baoiiritita. To Receire Uepunila and par IN 1KKK8C thr.on. To Invest In tV.curitioa
for Batataa. Minora, 1'ruat.aa, and othara. To act aaTruate, Adininltratnr. Kxrcutor or
Uaardian, Mail aa an Individual. To aot aa tiM.iv.r for Oorporationa, LiltiDt, and in
all oaten of Trout. To Dur and H.ll Uxohania. Alio. hv. a Sle Urpnait Vault, wh.rain
Valuablea of all klnda .an b. aafolr kept. A Uapoaitorr ol th. Stat. . T.nn.aa...
BtrHinll Att.ntinn l'alil to Onllaotlonn. Ptrnnre R..-tlni Hr.itnd,-a
j. Pi; mmk go.
AiJtS Com mission DIerchaQtf
Worn. 34 and SG Uatllaon fit r vet, TCMplkt
JNOIICE.
TUB bnsin.'a of our boua. will ba contin
ual na hfirotifnre.
1 1 JI-HtMIEIM A WELL FOB l.
ASSETS, $G6,S0O,00O
IS.OOO.OOO, and Rot Dollar of
lalin!-&t
ita .ihlblt of enerwtlo and aklllfnl manai.
The .re.nt auUmiiat ia plainly tb. bai
that ta aaying all ihatnaadb. aaid. Da ,
Exchange Building.
i
Ills,
J. M. HOODBAB. J.
orwm.
Atlan tlaai to Vollatialmia.'
rrloai wUlMaparanlU Uaw.of.or
. w . r a i , i .m
ZaJOXaClaXOlM' aft aAXtJi.
NtW GOODS.
DU. It.L.LASKl, ,
rJijBlclhn, hnrgeon anil IccomlifJ,
- REblDKNCM ABD OFKICK.
tti3 Mnin tireet, A cur l uion.
Telai'hcn. No.' 88.

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