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ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS. TENN., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 18S6.
VOL; XLVINO. 249
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APPEAL.
'i
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. 8inca tha day when Lamar made
aia grest speech of conciliation and
econciliaXioo, atandiog alaaoet in
Tiew of tho body of the dead Sumner,
be baa always been a hearty aad ont-
ipoksn advocate of utter oblirion aa
ao tne war. ita paaaiona ana its re
pressive legielatioa. Today be speaks
oat in the same key. He ref uses to
revoke the commission he confened
apon Maj. Wpggeue", of Eist Ten
nessee, aj Pension Agent of that dis
trict He refuses to punish him for a
vote cast as a member of the Legisla
ture of this State, even though it was
east to disfranchiie the "rebels." And
in this Secretary Lamar is right. If a
contrary policy was enforced the
South would become a very hell upon
earth and ws shonld find ourselves,
a one and all, parties to a great public
vendetta, wreaking vengeance one
upon the other as the success of par
ties made such vengeance possible.
Peace is essential t j public prosperity,
and to enjoy peaca we must forgive as
we hope to be forgiven. Lamar is
right. Waggener is every way well
qualified for the office of Pension
Agent, and we are glad that the Sec
retary of the Interior has determined
. to keep him in it. We thank Secre
tary Lamar for another lesson in for
bearance and patriotism. He sinks
the past under the pablic ssrvice.
"1 abvocatbd and vetad for the
Blair educational bill," said Senator
George the other dny in Sardis, Miss.,
because "it conferred benefits upon
all classes and colors of citizens, and I
have not, and will not, cut a vote ex
cept for the benefit cf all alike."
These are the words of an honest
Democratic s'atesman. They are in
stinct with the very spirit of liberty.
He is for the education rf all classes,
and standing like a f litbful sentinel
to protect the interest) of Miesissippi
against anything like Federal- aggres
sion, he voted for the Blair bill. He
veted for.it like a true Democrat, be
cause "it conferred benefits cpon all
daises. It is in thia spirit and for
the same reasons that James Phelan
advocates Federal aid to education,
and all the people say "amen." Let
us multiply our echoolhoujes on
every hill and in every valley
in Tennessee. Let us, as the people
of the great and prosperous West
always do, make the schoolhoass the
pablic shrine to which the children
of the State shall go every day for
fresh inspirations for love of country
and fidelity to the State and National
Governments. Let us do this, as
Senator George, the man whe released
Mississippi from Radical . thraldom,
says, because it will "confer benefits
upon all classes and colors of citi-
aens." Let us have Federal aid to
education that we may be a more in
telligent and therefore a happier and
more prosperous people. . ,, ,
Thi great advance made in surgical
science within the past twenty-five
years, especially in the radical treat
ment of disea-es peculiar to women,
has necessitated the establishment of
infirmaries and hospitals, specially con
structed and equipped for the cure
of such diseases. In Yew York,
besides the Woman's Hospital, a pub
lic institution established by the well
beloved and lamented Marion Sims,
intra are two or three privata in
firmaries where patients have all the
advantages cf the best surgical skill
a ...
aaiiy, inaeea, nouny vmti it meces-
sary, from able physicians, and
the constant care of trained
and efficiect nurses. Of the
good and benefit that have fol
lowed to fcuffdriDg women cpon the
establishment of these infirmaries it
is almost impossible to speak in terms
Al t 11 . . ..
uiat wouia not do considered ex
travagant. Diseases long con
sidered , incurable have been suc
cessfully grappled with and thor
oughly and completely eradicated by
the skillful use of the knife in the
hands of experts like the immortal
Sims. Thousands of women who. un
der the conditions that prevailed be
fore that great man patiently devel
oped the science of which he was one
of the chief masters, would have been
left to years of torture and a lingering
death, are now among the healthiest
of their sex, blessing the world as
mothers and as wives. Memphis has
ow such an institution, a description
of which we publish in another
column, and it is under the direction
f three of our best surgeons and phy
sicians, gentlemen of the highest re
pute, Drs. Mitchell 4 Maury, the
latter being especia'ly noted in the pro-
lession for his skill as a rpecialist
in diseases of women and the
delicacy, care, precision and success
with which he accomplishes his opera
tions. Dr. Robert Mitchell the world
knows well as among the ablest mem
hers of the profession, a philanthro
pist and public spirited citizen to
whom Memphis is indebted beyond
repayment. Dr. Ed Mitchell, the
third and youngest member of the
firm, is a man of already established
repute and very great promise, ad
mirably adapted to be the
coadjutor of two men who are
a credit and honor to the science
of surgery and art cf medicine.
Their infirmary is another indica'ion
not only of the sdvanceof the medical
profession in this section but of the
city wbich more and more is becom
ing a medical as well as commercial
center. The Appeal congratulates
Drs. Mitchell & Maury upon their
succets and the pub ic upon the ex
istence of an establishment that will
herenfter obviiite the recodify nv af
flicted women cf gvng to Njw York
or elsewhere to have any seriuus op
erations performed.
SES1T0R E. C. WALTHALL
TO SPEAK AT BTHALIA OX M05
DAT.
Scatter George at Oxford Move
v meats or the Candidates
la This State.
Israelii. TO TBI APPI1L.I
Clkviland, Txm, October 23.
I lie lay lor brothers were met on their
arrival here today by a calvacade ot
several hundred, and mads roadv to
open the speaking at once. Tnomaa
U Amwine presented Bab, who told
me teopie ne was no orator or etates
man, but a young man who loves his
peopte and country, and is here today
to preach the gospel of Democracy to
an, and to warn sinners, not lemo
crats, to repent at once, and to corns
iuio the Democratic Church before it
prove too la' a Ha then made a very
effective speech, carrying the audience
itn his magnetic influence, much to
the chagria of the Republicans. His
exposition of R?puhlicauism and its
nolicy and practices was withering in
the extreme, and they writhed nnder
the exhortation he gave them. Clos
ing nis tpeern, ne was pre
sumed by Mas Lura Willis
with a wreath. For this Bob
made a hardsome response. Then
Janes H. Bibb, of Cleveland, on be
half of 100 young ladies from live
States now at s hool in Cleveland,
presented Bb two beautiful bouquets,
which Bob gratefu ly acknowledged.
Then little Daisy Fell, 10 years old,
accompanied by three little- mates,
came upon the ttand, saying: "lam
but a littln girl, as you see, but on be
half of the ladies . of our grand old
c junty, I have the honor of presenting
you this bumble token of the high
esteem and veneration in which
yoa are he'd by the good and noble
of our land. I present this simple
bouquet to you in the name of inno
cence of childhood ; in the name of
pnrity of womanhood ; in the name of
the unfilttring devotion of mother
hood; in the name of the toiling
masses of our land, whose rights and
interests you so nobly uphold and de
fend." Bob said that was the sweetest,
prettiest speech he had heard in the
canvass and he could only answer it
in one way and advanced and saluted
all four little cherubs. M.F. Foute.
of Parkersville, presented Alt in hand
some style and Alf paid a beautiful
viDute to tMi Tennessee on coming
back to her borders and then save
Bob's points a hurried review and pro
ceeded to make a fair average
speech for bis party, which gave his
Iriends much aatitlaction, and he then
was presented by Miss Rebecca Cam
eron and MifS Kizi e Scarborough
with some beautiful flowers on behalf
of the Republicans of Polk county,
which Alf received in his happiest
style. Both parties seemed satisfied
and both claimed the victory for the
day.
HOLLT SPRINGS, KISS.
apeecbee to Be Hade by Senator Wal
thall and den. West.
laraouL to appsal.I
tI.,T Cnn.wa JJf warn ft.AV. 0
Our distinguished Senator, Gen. E. C.
Walthall, is in the city the guest of
his aister, Mrs. Freeman. The General
will speak at Bvhalia on Monday, the
25 hinstjat. Round trip tickets will
be sold at half fare, good till Tuesday,'
lor me Dement oi tnose wtsnmg to dear
tne speaking, lien. a. m. West will
address the people on the political is
sues of the day at the courthouse in
Holly Springs on Thursday nieht. Oc
toDer zstn.
OXFORD. MISS.
Speeches by nxaator George
and
upl, jaa. r. rant.
IsraotAL TO TBI APrlAL.I
Oxford, Miss.. October 23. Senator
J. L, ueoree spoke cere today to
largn and attentive audience. He con
fined himBelf to the dircm-sion of the
great principles underlying the eco'
nomical administration of our govern
ment and its effects upon the people,
in nis reasoning on national affairs,
be was deep, original and logical. In
his views on the place that the negroes
occupy in mate and national politics,
be was too plain to be misunderntcod
His doctrine is that the pure Demo
cratic white element must govern the
South and under no circumstances
would negro suoremacv be tolerated
He wes followed bv Cant. Jas. T. Fant.
oi nony springs, in an eloquent lm
promptu speech of twentv minmteR
1 f-Tllt, t .1 . . 1
Capt. Fant is a favorite in Lafayette.
u.e cau neen laenuned witb ber in'
te rest socially, professionally and no-
uiicaiiy tor iwemy-nve years, and at
the conclusion of his short speech
today ne was enthusiastically aDDland
ed and coagratulated by a boat of
bis old menus and comrades in arms.
DTEBSBUBG, 1ENN.
Deiaoeratle nomlnntloaa by the
iSMtnatorlal and rioalerlal Can.
larlOIAL TO TBI AFF1AL.I
The Senatorinl and Floaterial Cnnn.
tion held at Newbsrn yesterday one
of the largest ever held in this Sena
torial Dietrict nominated the Hon.
J. H. McDowell for the Senate anri
H. Parks, jr., for Floater. Mr. Parka
was not a candidate before the con
vention, and the nomination was as
unexpected to him as it was compli
mentary. In his case the offinn nnnoht
the man. He did not want the office,
and it wa only after the urgent solici
tation of a host of his friends that he
was induced to yield a reluctant con
sent to accept the nomination.
Mr. Parks is a successful lawyer of
our town, is a gentleman of ability, nf
strictest integrity and will do honor to
the Democratic party. He was a sol
dier in Forrest's cavalry and was se
verely wounded at Harrisourg, Miss.,
when a boy, has been a steadfast Dam.
oorat ever since the war and his elec
t!on is assured beyond a donbt, and
with Parks. Parker and M.Dn VA In
the Legislature from this dislriot, the
Democratic party could not well be
more ably represented.
TRENTON, TENN.
The lclilalve Candidates Ifahlna
a Tnorouicb cauvaia or .
County,
ISriOIAL TO TBI AFPIAL.l
Tbkmton, Tksn.. October 2.1 n.
L-eiaWtive candidates the Hon. 8 n
Wiliiamion for the S -natee, and the
Hons.W. W.Wadu and H. O. Rnmni
for the lower Home are now stump
ing the county with theiropponents J
W. No-tirross for the Senate anri tt
O. Mitchel and "Boaptail" Phillips
for th lower House. Our nominees
are eating them no entirely, nnri .kn
tiey (the R 'publicans) return from
tne canvass tcey won t have enough
feathers on them to make a firet
class baby pillow. When you
put the pure, hightoned prin
ciples of Democracy agairjst
the ;iow, tattered and worn out cause
of Republicanism, Democracy is
bound to win, even if it is meted out
by an infant. But in this care it has
both principle and brain, and there is
no telling where it will go. Democ
racy is red hot in old Gibson, and she
will corns to the front on the 2nd
of November with the largest Demo
cratic gain of amy county in the State.
Tell Hardeman county that s' e has
got to huitle if she kreps tbat banner,
for Gibson is hot after it, and when
Gibson sets her wedge something is
going io move, w uat is republican
ism. anyhow T
Tae Democrats here have purchased
a Deanuiui sue banner, to bi pre
sented to the civil district in Gibson
county showing the largest per capita
Democratic gam in November over
the eleotion of . November, 1884
Among the names suggested for the
speakeiship of the House of Repie-
sntatives, we bear tbat oi the Hon
W. W. Wade, of Gibson. No better
man man Air. wade could be se
lected. While at the Legislature,
la-t session, althongn a youug
man and a new member, he
was selected as chairman of the
Democratic caucus uaaiimou ly, and
his name was sucgeetf d as a suitable
man for the Speakership, but he de
clined to run. He was chairman of
several important committees, and in
troduced several bills which pa scd
both Houses and era now laws. When
that body on Tennessee's day visited
New Orleans, Mr. Wade was unani
mously selected to respond to the
speech of welcome, which he did with
credit to himself and honor to the
grand old Volunteer Stats. We say
Wade for the Spsekerehip.
TALL.
Ibe Republican ronarcnlonal Can
didate npenna.
IgFIOlAL TO TBS APrtAL.I
Tbbktoh, Tbnn., October 23. The
Hon. D. A. Nunn, Republican candi
date for Congress in this district, spoke
to a'arga crowd at the courthouse
here today, fonr-niths of whom were
Democrats. . He made the earns old
stereotyped Republican speech, ex
cept in an inferior lorm, and elicited
no interest whatever save in the repe
tition of one or two of his anecdotes,
for which, and for which only, he is
noted. Gibson county will come to
the front the second day of November
with ber usual Democratic majority of
about 1500.
SECRETARY LAMAR
DECLINES TO REMOTE PENSIOM
. AGENT WAOeOSER. .
Ho Befnaea to Punlah n Has for
Caallna; a Tate When Section.
allaua Waa Red Hot.
Washiuqton.- October 23. Several
weeks ago, at the request of leading
Democrats of East Tennessee, Maj. J.
H. Waggoner was appointed United
States Pension Agent at Knoxville to
encceed Robert Taylor, Democratic
nominee for Governor. The new ap
pointee was Major of the Thirteenth
Tennessee Cavalry of the Union Army
and was a gallant soldier. Immediate
ly alter bis appointment Democrats of
East Tenneseee came here and urged
Secretary Lamar te recommend to the
President the teconsideiation of the
ease and the revocation of the appoint
ment, on tne grounds tnat as a mem
oer oi tne Legislature in
180 Waggoner voted to diefran
chiee ex-Confederates and alao voted
for a resolution to offer a reward for
the apprehension of ex-Gov. Harris
(now Senator Harris). 8ecre'ary La'
mar made the following response to
the persons who were demanding
reconsideration of the case: "The
Secretary of the Interior declinfs to
recommend the revocation of Msj
Waggoner's commission as Pension
Agent bi jnoxvuie, xenn. at says
tnat juaj. waggoner was appointed
npon the recommendation of the
leading and bf st citizens of Tennessee,
cf all parties, who represented
him as a man fully qualified
in integrity, intellect and charac
ter (or the duties of the position.
and as a man endeared to the people
by his consistent support, during the
past twenty year', oi tbeir higheet and
best interest?. Tne fact brought out
against him since his commission wes
issued, tbat he had given an un
just and unwise vote for disfranchise
ment wben he was a young man mot
more than 21 years of age, immediately
after the war, wben the pass ons cf
both sides were roused to the highest
pitcb, snouid not now be used to os
tracise him from public trusts among
a perple whoee rights and interests
be baa ever since been true and loyal
to. We have all been contending
tnat tne issues oi toe war and tbe pas
sions growing out of it should not ba
kept alive, and I do not know of aav
instance in wnicn precept can be bet
ter enforced by example than this.
Both sides in Tennessee should have
courago to fight. I am confident they
cave also tbat higher quality, the mag
nanimity mutually to forgive.
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Pig- Iron Adyanelam- Ah Indicted
ai-iaast nnipa enteneeu.
laraoiALTO tii ArriAL.I
Birmingham, Ala., October 23. P g
iron is still advancing. An order re
ceived today from New York indicates
the market to ba considerably higher
than it was a week ago, even while on
ell other sales in the last few days at
a slight more or less of advance has
been realized. Manufacturers, expect
ing still better prices, are slow to sell
even at top quotatiors. J. P. Witheron,
of Pittsburg, who is to do some work
for the bheffield Furnace Company,
has been awarded the contract to
build stoves for the Ensley & Shook
furnace at Sheffield.
In the City Court a jury this after
noon gave the negro Anthony Brant
ley ninety-nine years in the peniten
tiary for robbing and shooting Wm.
Kirtland. His accomplice, Flem Shy,
who turned State's evidence, got ten
years.
Aspecial to tbe Jessys: V.M.Tay
lor, ex-Probati Judge at Winston,
who is nnder indictment for embz-
slemsnt in cffie, has skipped. He
leaves the county in the luich to a
considerable amount, and his books
in a etats of confusion.
JUE TURF.
Tbe Wlnnlua Honci Train-day.
At Lexington. Ky. Gold Ban.
Terra Cotta, Skobeloff.Donnybrook.
At Denver, Col. A trotting race.
bebt three in five, fir a puree of 12500.
i r- uriii 1 II- , .
ne:weeu hhiij iiuios auu mcKOK d
Arab, was won by the former in three
straight heats,
M IIFIIOUS' SCHEIE
TO DISGRACE AND BBEAJL DOWN
FRENCH WORKMEN,
The Bulgarian and Egyptian Ques-
tins-Jrxtia McCarthy Gets Ilia
Londonderry Seat'
Porn, October 23. Prinee Alex
ander has requested the Sobranje to
ignore him as a candid to Iir the Kul
garian throne. The Bulgarian Uov
eminent is endeavoring to pumiade
the Roumnlian Deputies to refrain
from attending the Sobranje on the
day when a successor to riinco Alex
ander is chosen. The majiiity
of
them have promised to reaaain away,
and tbe Poufnonenaeat of the
Bceiiua-.
Sopia, October 23. Gen. Kaulhars
has demanded cf the Bulgarian Gov
ernment the postponement of tho
meetinz of theSubranie. Thecovern
ment has refused to accede to his de
mand and have started to Tirmva to
at end the aesiion of tne Sobranje,
which begins next Wednesday.
Do Not Intend to nominate Alex.
auder.
Visn.na, October 23. Ooramunira
tions have been received f.ora the
Bulgarian Government, stating that
they do mot intend to nominate Prince
Alexander as a cand date lor ine Uul
garian throne, and that they do not
excect tbat tbe bus'ners of electing
ruler can be proceeded with for a long
time yet.
Waala to Negotiate a Loan.
Vienna, October 23. Bulgaria has
asked Baron Erlanger. the trench
banker.to nrgo'iatea loan cf $2,000,000
at par, witb, 7 per cnt. interest, on
the security oi tbe Zinbod ana vak&
rele railway. A similar request has
been made to the Lander Bank of
Vienna.
Roamellan Troona Bevlawed.
PHiMFPOFOLis.October23. The Min
ieter of War has held a review of tbe
troops here, and has started on a tour
rf inspection ot those at tUBKroi and
Eekisaghra.
Likely to Be Postponed.
Sofia. October 23. It is now stated
that the meeting of tbe Great So-
brar je ia likely to be postponed until
November 1st, so as to allow the
deputies time to arrive. Premier
Radostavoff and M. Stimbuloff have
started for T.rnova to attend the
opening of tbe Great Sobranje.
Tnrkry Contrilna- for Torpedo
itoaut.
Biblin, October 23. Turkey has
entered into a contract with a German
firm for tbe construction cf twelve
torpedo boats. They will cost f 1,300,
000, and are to be finished within six
teen months. ,
Anxlons to Hava Kncland Evacaate
Egypt. ,
Paris, October 23 The Figaro urges
Premier de frevcinet to plainly put
to .bnaland tbe anestion Wbetber aha
wi:i evacuate -fc-gypt. "it is veritable
r.TBinnn " at tna HIM. "to mm tha
only opportunity tbe Jjinaon cinven
tion affords France to bring this sub
, j - - . - -., .
ject before Europe and demand that
tbe fiigi'sb witbaraw irom J.v t by
.11 U IUD VIUTDUklU. U.HU J.'.
The paper then asked whether an in
terpellation or a demonstration is
necessary to awaken tbe mind of tbe
French Government to a remembrance
of Frasca's rights in Egypt
PuBillna- tbe Politician!.
Pa bis, October 23. a curions dis
covery is now puzs ing the poliiicians
of P.ris. Reieatly a workingmen's
congress was held in the c ty of Lyons.
The attendance was large and the
delegates enthutiasiic. During one of
the sessions the anarchist e ement se
cered predominance. They became
rampant, and finally tore down tbe tri
color. It now transpires that tbe con
gress was subsidised by tbe govern
ment. It is explained that the pro
posal to hold the congress did not
meet with favor among the various
trades unions, and that M. Loi'krny,
Minister of Commerce, in order to
save the project from failure, cbUined
railway parses for all the deletes
who would go, and piovidtd $75i)
from the State Treasury to help pay
the expenses of th c ingress.
Tbe Coal Hlne Proprietor! and the
Collirra.
Edimbukq, Oct. 23. In tbe dispute
between the Fife and Clackmannan
coal mine proprietors and tbe colliers,
the arbitrator has decided that the
former broke their contracts in re
stricting the output of coal, and con
demned them to pay a fine of five
shillings per day lo mineis thrown
out of work by tue restriction, and the
cost of the inquiry. Tbe decision ia
of great importance throughout all
of Scotland where restriction is t an-
eral and ne fewer than 6000 miners
are affected. The present is the first
decition which has been made rela
tive to the question of restriction,
A SoelalUt Relfiaiad to Conduct nil
Brcssbls. October 23. The govern
ment has temporarily released from
confinement tbe Socialist Aneeele, in
order to enable him to conduct a can-
vats for a teat in the House of Repre
sentatives, to which be has been nom
inated. Tbe Cholera.
London, October 23. -Eleven deaths
from cholera and twentv-five new
cases occurred ia Festh yesterdiy, and
one t'eath and three new cases in
Trieste.
German Bplea Arreated In France.
Paris, October 23. Two Germans
named Estinger and Wenzel have
been arrested at La Fere Ohamcenoise
on the charge of being spies. They
have admitted that they were making
plans of the forts and toutea in that
part of the country for tbe German
government. They say they received
a sovereign for each letter tbey sent
containing military diagrams.
Inalln McCarthy Awarded Hl Seat.
Lohdondibbt, October 23. Justin
McCarthy, Parnellite. has beea
awarded the seat;in the House of
Commons which he contend d for
in the recent election against Charles
Edward Lewis, Conservative Mr.
Lewis has cat for Londonderry ever
since 1872. In the recent election the
poll as counted gave Mr. Lnwis 1781
votes and Mr. McCarthy 1778. and the
seat was awarded t 'the former, who,
p to naf, rus occupied it, alibongb,
Mr. McCarthy at o:ce entered a pro
test and has ever since been puehing
bin claim to the seat, basin tr LU case
large'y upon elleg t ons of illi gU elec
tioneering metbui's npon the part of
bis opiiotODt. loday Mr. Lewis 8
counsel abandoned hia client's claim,
and the seat waa declared to ba Mr.
McCarthy's. The case has been warm
ly contested from the start, and the
announcement of the result bas
caused much eicitement in the city.
Mr. McCarthy has also the seat for
Longf rd county, which he obtained
without opposition.
Justice O'Biien, who presided over
tbe tual of the election ess?, said
when Mr. Lewis's counsel withdrew
his client from the contest tbat he
would postpone forma'ly announcing
bis deririou as to whether the result
of the cesa sbou'd be the award of the
B'at to Mr. Mi&irtby until Monday
next. The judge deflated tbat be
made this delay in the interest of
peace in Londonderry and the secur
ity of life and property. The delay,
however, will make no dinerence in
the result, which will ba the eaatirg
oi tbe rarne l'te cinman'.
T
BUT TOU KHOW THERE'S BOUND
TO BB
VERT
CHILLY
DAYS!
When isbatantlal DRI8SE8 and WARM
WRAPS will be suite the thing.
PROVIDE YOURSELF!
To wait iaaot wie Aafortmentt may i
broken later.
Nobby Goodi for STUFF rRF8SR8, all ooi
on ana lextarei, ou n,
Elegant Wooas for Walking Suits,
Fin wear, treat variety, 7Sc ayird
MuniSoent SIuK and VELVET COMBINA
TIONS, eupceiitUr arranged lor t its week a
dieplay, from a Pattern to any prloe.
KREMER'S $7.50
Fine Wool Dress Patterns
Qlo-lom New Importation! of In Evening
and Kecepiioa Cottumei.
MamiSeent Velvet Dreu Pattern black
ana eoiors witn elefini rusanenienee
to trim.
Pretty and Reasonable Soode, eomMned In
new and arttitto manner, for 1 A tt l i
DHKBSKd. Com and lee tfce "bWKHT
THINOS." '
24-Inch $1.85 SILK VELVET
Nothing like II for 12.60 ia the Hf.
(3X3X3 TTTBl
KRKMRR BUTTONS.
KREMKR LA:RH.
KRKMEK BRAIDS,
KRKMEU ClAHPH.
KKKMER FRINUm'3,
KBBMKR JETS.
-SEW WOODS BVCBT
DAT.'
Handiome Trimmed Wraps, 16.10.
Bonohe Jackets, 14.86.
Sleiant Winter Wrapt and Cleaki jmt la,
FE tTH I Lone Oslrioh Plumes tor (Oa,
in blank and all enters -
Fancy Feathers A lot ef 360 at 24 tents. . -
LINEN COLLARS. 48 deien.
NEW CHEMISETTES. Seoents.
Chemisettes and Cuffs. ,
Bustle, 83 oents.
Flt Hat, 05 4'cuta.
Trimmed Felt I lata, ftl.OO.
i: .' A TIP-TOP OOP H ST FOR ..
. A MOOD CORbnl KOrV.CO come
THOMSON'S COKSETS!
Abdominal .
1 76.
a ou.
K.H...
Oorlse..
1 M.
1 7.
60.
II AND KERCH IEFS !
ExcKemenl on Monday.
BBAUTIFT't,
NBW AND CHEAP,
18 Van la.
Immense line of New Handkerchiefs.
00 On la
BILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
KUEMEICN GLOVES
GTJARANTEBDI
i-Bnt'en Glorei, Tan, Brown and Black,
forkl.tX).
Flve-liook 0 as run teed Foster's, In colors
and black, for I.IK).
Undressed Seven Hook Foster I, in Black,
Ian and new snauen ot wrav. .
Jr.T Uln.as from 2fn to II (10.
New line of Undress Tan in street and
evening links just arrived.
BLBUANT ATTRACTIONS IN OUR
Trimming Department
OM MOl 1Y I
NEW IRIDBHCKNT FRONTS,
JaTIHIi UK IH.
MAKADHIITS. JUT PANELS.
NOVELTIES IN FINK MBW BUlTONd.
realtaer Trlmaalaaa.
Two immense lines of Bnttona at 25s and 80s,
worm triple. ,
attern Bonnets and Hats
FOR TUB BACKS !
NKW 0NK8I JUST INI
The fjndcawona af
FASHION, ELEGANCE
AND
TRUE ECONOMY
- AT
KREilllER'S
REMOVAL.
OltoSchwill&Co.'s
SEED STORE
Removed to 308 Front St.
Between Monroe aad Hadiaoa, Nearly
Ornoslte PrwtoHlea.
Annnal Meeting f Htockholder.
Ornni or Miaraia aao CnAit.saToa)
RaiLaoan Co., 10 Will 8trs.it,
. New York, October 6, 1HM.)
"VTOTinK Is hereof rlTen that tbe annnnl
1 H"ilB( of the Hteekboidirs oi the
Krmpbla and (aarlralim Mallr nl
lampanx will be held at tho efllee of the
companr. at Mnwtovlil, Am., on
Tharailnj, the 111 slay af Hoeesn.
ker, IHHU.
The transfer books of tho compear will re
main clnaed from October Uth to Noromber
11th, both inclusive.
L. M. fiCHWAN, Secretary.
The aaonti of the several stations will fur
nish stockholders with free ticket! to and
from tho meeting.
ii. 0. WILTON, Treasurer.
Koch's Fat. Store
Nil ELVINU is adjustable to meet any need
or business, it is olieuper than old style. Can
he put up by any one. Unrainnlml for
Pan is-; and tauok snlvra. Address
KOCH A. It. CO., MfrB,,
al MIN NT.. PKOKIa. M.l,..r.
rSiminona Hardware Co., at. Louis, Mo.
anaCvnnnC kawa Jta'
DIED.
LAFFAW At residence, No. Ill Fifth
street, Chelsea, Oetober 23. ISSrt, of diphthe
ria, ilt, your (est Jon ot Moaes at.d
ti ustie LaOaw, as ad 3 years.
Funeral from residence thia (SUNDAY)
morning at 10 o'olook.
VICKERS-In St. Louis, Ho., October t,
lfto, Mra. uio. w. Vicikrs (formerly Mrs.
A. J. Wheeler, of thia otty).
Fnneral from Eamaa City Depot to-mor
row (MONDAY) morning at S:4J o'elaek
SerTicee at Elm wood Cemetery. Filendiare
Invited to at teed.
DAtVI' RISER At Chlosi. Friday motn"
ln, October 22, 186, in the 70th j ear of hi
are, m. uimihkis, tamer or uinneiae1
nd Mrs. A. Borg, ot' Little Rook, Ark.
rormeriy oi mis oity.
Funeral will tako place from residence of
L. Lowenstoiu.215 Poplar street, this (SUN
DAY) afternoon at 2:30 o'olook. Friends of
tbo family are invited to attend.
ANTON At residence of parent, No. 17
lTuI n street, 8alurday, O tuber 23, !., at
3:30 p.m., Iioai, only daughter oi August
i, inn Me lateiioro. Anton.
Funeral will take place from residence this
(SUNDAY) morning at 10 o'olook. Frlendi
of tho family are Invited to attend.
WEBB At (llendale. Mite., October 22,
ISM, Hikiy Winn, brother nf Walter Webb
aad Mrs. 11. 11. Maury, of thia city.
Dno notice of funeral will bo liven in
Monday morning's Solmitar.
H0DQBR8 On Saturday, Ootober 2ft,
!', at or near Marion, Ark., CArr.
llonusaa.
Fnneral will tako place from Mississippi
and Teanessee depot thin (SUNDAY) after
noon at 3:30 o'clock. Fnlends ae tntlted.
I. O O. P. FINER W. KO'IfE
MEMPHIS LODGE NO. ,-,,,
l.O.O.F.-The membeniof.-r'S;,
this Lodre are requested to meeif " J
this 18UKDAY) aflernooo, at 1 "in
o'clock, at tholrhall, lor tile purpose of pay
ing the la-t tri 'ut el respect to our late
Brother, M. DANUhltiKK. Members oi lis
tor lodges fraternally inrlted
By order R. L. COOU RAN, N. O.
WM1iSOHWAIMtT
tlgue dress. Hoiournlne and resident fratera
courteously Invited. 11. B. CULUKN. K. O.
Attest; I. J. Bancapa, Recorder.
Mississippi & Tennessee K.B, Co.
Annnal Beetlaa; of Ntattkhaldara.
TUB annual meeting of the stockholder!
in i he Mississippi and Tennessee Kail
road Comoany will be held ai M KM I'll Is.
TUN N, on
Wednesdaj, NoTrnibrr 24, 188,
at which time a Dlrtotory will bo elected for
the ensuing year, btookhtlderg will bo
pursed oror tha road by appljiing to tha
secretary.
. Ii. I,A M H, Secretary.
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD.
S-Pa'4 rclIcj-Holders la 1885,
tvonieaiea
MEMPUIS C0MMANDKRY.No.
4, K. T.-WIII bold a staled
Semt-Anvnal Conclave tn-morrowXr sr
(MONDAY) night, at 7:30 o'olock, 7J
lot the transaction of bnsineai. F' '
BElMtillMIECB,
aarSuch a rocord li realhr remtwkahle in its exhibit of energetic and skillful menace
menfj and liberal tro.tment of rellsr-beiders. The present statement ii nlalnl the be
l'LUKLV MLTl 1L, AlIJrAC lM8ril AT COST.
' ' " GILBERT RAINE,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Koom 1, Cttton Exchange Buildfite.
WKKtPniH 7. MTlCWWFJWinB.
Ilntile
Ml o
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
Je Be GfDIfIN, Praan. J. M. GOODIUU, Vlee-Prea't. C. n.;RiUE, Cunloaj
iBoaalrci or
1. TDB.L1T.
. SAVIN,
Hi ii oiuu
H. BMITI1.
SnARLKS
ns nilinPlWWHl n. A s VWUrAAs
i h D u rui' Din fl n ddvih'
UTfT sT SUflnT m uiiinuiti
bbvA Bmmmiurj mt lk Btmtm mt f
W. B. MAI.LOHT. W.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And CommlMftlon Merchant,
372 & 374 Front St.e Cor.
Ill
'WHOLESALE
try Goods, Notions, Hosiery
Ann-
GEirriEHEirs Funinsnms GOODS,
Horn. 233 and 328 Mala
mwmvn wrtm or rai.i. aura wiptter goods is LAaari and uw-
COM PL IT 8 THAN frR BBOKI. and oar prices will oompare with those cf any at?3
la the Halted Utaicf. We are Agents for
laJuenM Maaaraclarlag Co.'a rialda, Drflls, Sheetlnf, Shlrtlar,
raxiiixiidcoza- G-jx-xa.
II 1 1 ', ... , aafii
L. D. MULLIN8, of lata J. R. Hodwln Oo. JAB. T0NQB, lata of 3. W. Caldwell 0
MTTIiLmS Ss YONGB,
Cotton Factors &Commission Oerchants
No. 1 Howard'" Row, CVr. Front and Union, Memphlfl.
I
1 lit'
j i tti wfumin wsi
Cotton IF'OOtOlTG
And Commission Merchants,
TJogo gl and SO IladlaoiaStreet, leiaTT
oinr uoiise ,
HTSUEANOE
And Conatry Rtare Inanrnnea etvea
Naeclal Alteatlaa, ay
GILBERT BAINE,
UF.KEKAL 1NH1IRANCB ASEHT,
Room 1, Cotloa Bxchango Building.
erInTitcsCorreperjdenca and Interrlew.
D. Ite LeLASkl,
Physloloa, Snrseon and Accoachei,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE.
S13 M uln Htroet, IV ear Union.
Telenbone No.
K01ICE.
TUE bnainen of our house will be contin
ued as heretofore.
t VKWTK.MI KIM VVr I.I. FORD
UNITED STATES TRADERS
PROTECTIVE UNION.
Main Offlce 120 Broadway, N. T.
Memphis O nice, 285 Main St.
WALTER OKIUORT ATTORN KT.
oerlletilquarttrs for the PROMPT COLLEC
TION of Notes and Aoaonnts.
aerOur Attorney will send Circular! to all
who will write f r thorn.
TAPE W0KMS
IJlHOVEDAI.niJn from 40 to w
minutes, complete, with head, or no
cbarre. Medicine pleasant and harmless.
NO I'ASTINU. Can be sdministared with
safety to child or adult. Call on
IIR. . XKt tuMITH,
At Mrs. Bockiel'i house, corner Third and
Madison sts. CotiBiiLTATlog Kaaa.
ftThe hiiHlnerta of our hoiuo
will bo contliiucd aa here-
toforc.
CHAS.HERZOa&BRO.
Toang & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer?,
8 18 Sfala St., MeinpblM, Teun
A NKW llirftT or
SCHOOL BOOKS
J TNT 11KCKIVED.
ASSETS, 00,800,000
fM,0M.OO0, and Not
Dollar of
uaim i Xta
XSlreaotosren.
lei
U. 800DBAB. J. R. ODWIH.
y.JPLpUNA
RNBTs
a af 0UnVB.s
U t I 1
Atl He Wl W IJa
A. W. NIWBJMJ
. TrtkmmMmtm
a 4aaMwaJ RasuJL
J. CRAWFORD,
Oayoso, Memphis, Tcnn.
St., MeiapliiB,:Teiua. ;

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