MEMPHIS, TEW., F1UDAY, OCTOBER 18SG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 25i
Thb ewfal accident by which thir
teen persons were yetterday rcas'ed
to death on the Chicegj and Sf. Faul
railroad is a warning ts train hands
that shouid net be disregarded. Clo-er
attention in tha execution of
orders would have made this
. toul'tiarrowicg story and the awful
suffering and tcrture of the
victims im06sib!e. Tha account
which we g've on the second prge
leaves li.tle room tp doubt thai nejjlf ct
to closs the switch after the freights
had been side tracked led to the de
plorable result. Railroad men,
should be said in justice, are as a c'.ass
careful and reliable: yet Bame'.imes
from overconfidence, not purposed
neglect, they fail of duty, and with
deplorable results. In any capacity
on a railroad a man car.not be too
OUR BOS IT JfcEHflUE!
M'tAKS m ui a FIFTEEN HUH-
inw j) rEDi'LE.
i uc ueinuntg of Urand Janets,,
""ed The Independent
CunTatS In Dyer.
Thb unveiling of the Bartholdi
Btatue ef L'.berty at Bedlow's Wand
yesterday, wis one of the great events
of the century. All that is etately
and dignified in human nature wis
there fittiegly and fully exemplified
and illustrated. The President and
his Cabinet, the chiefs of the army
and navy, the dignitaties of New
York State and city and the
gueste from France, with the
thonsanlB who were marshaled in
the great proeetsions by sea and land
and the greater thousands who wit
nessed the thrilling pageant?, nude np
a right that has seldom been paralleled
anywhere at any time. The Epeechi s
on the occasion were all ot them in
goad taste and full of the spirit of the
hour. The commemorative epeech of
Mr. Depew belcg especially appropri
ate and quite up to his very high rep.
ntation es one of the foremost orators
of the country!
Thb c -se of shooting by the Pinker
ion detst.ives in Chicago is exciting
some attention, and it ought to excite
still more. A number of men, gath
ered by an employer on burners
principles, as a matter of profit, are
marched inta a city, and on their own
judgment, with no more authority
than the passers-by in the str?et,
. fire off tue rifles with which thsy
are armed, upon a crowd of people
That they are unpopular with that
crowd, that there is enmity between
it and the armed meD, disqualifies the
latter in a still greater degree from be
ing judges as to whether they shall or
shall not kill a number of their fellow
beings. If American citizens era to
become accustomed to be shot at by a
body of men some speculator in
means 'and ways of getting a living
has hired, the duration of American
liberty will be short. What is the
Ireedotnthat does not free the eiVs'ta
from daily fear of their lives T If our
citizens will allow their lives to be
thus at the mercy of armed f quads ,
are they likely to be good and ettunch
defenders of their liberties and their
Thb EpiscopU Church Convention
before adjourning yesterday, appoint
... . . .
eu a committee to consider tue Vtry
grave surject of marriage and divo-ce
The frequency with which divorces
are applied for and the ease with
which they are granted in many
if not mo6t of the State?,
demands the most serious considera
tion. Whether the church will or
not consent men and women will not
live together after even iccjmpatibili
ty is assured. When the wo ma a was
regarded as a child, subard na'e in
mind and body to a muster, divor ie
for one cause only was a loglcnl
result, but now when she is
regarded as a rational and re
sponsible human bsing like
men subordinate only es she falls
below the intellectual ttsndard, the
is not to be required to live in a very
bell with man merely because she
is married. The tacredness of the
marriage tie depends upon the mutual
forbearance of the huiband and wife
ana me constant nursing of affection
ana whenever these are wanting d
vorce is very clcse to the door. Mod
ern life and modern growth deniatd
that divorce shall be made a eerious
business by our courts, but that the
uappinefs and future of men and
women shall be a primal considera
Evirt Democrat in Memphis should
be present tonight to greet James
Phelan, the unanimously nominated
candidate of the party for Congress,
He returns to the city after a most
vigorous canvass extending over many
weeks, during which he addressed
large crowds at all the principal points
in the district. Cheered by these he
comes back hopeful of a triumph that
will again give the Tenth District to
the Democrasy and secure another
vote in the House of represen
tatives in support of Cleve-
lanns administration. During his
canvass the Appsal has kept its read-
1 - : .1 -1 r ta, .
rroj oyyiioou ui air. rneiaa s pro
gress, and has several times had occa
sion to express itself gratified at the
heartiness of his receptions by the
people and the enthusiasm he has
everywhere enkindled. At all points
be has shown himself to be well and
thoroughly equipped, and to be proof
especially against the assaults of his
opponent The great questions of the
uay ne a as not hesitated to discuss,
and in dignified and statesmanlike
terms, that prove how conscientious
had been the study to which
he subjected himsslf before he
offered as candidate for the peo
ple a inffrages. His speech tonight
will, we do not hesitate to predic', be
worthy of his ambition, and quite sat
isfy the most anxious of his friends.
He will touch npon every topic, es
pecially the tariff, the finances and
federal aid to education, and will sat
isfy his hearers that he is the right
man to ivpreaent.tba Tenth District in
anajar w muarm7amt
IBPICUL TO TBI irrctL.I
Ubkesville, Tknn., Octo1 er 28.
This raw dav 1503 people gathered to
hear Bob. The crowd was enthusias
tic, 700 on horses in procesr-ion shout
ing ijr 1500 acd .Democracy. J. U.
Park, chairman of the Executive
County C.mmittee, introduced Bob
today in a very flitterine style. Bob.
though not so well as yesterday, made
a meat impressive speech, inopiied by
the surroundings, stirring Democrats
to action and Republicans to reflec
tion. B ,b was anxious fur Pettibone
to speak with him, but he did not
speak. Why, I don.t know. Bob's
references to Andrew Johnson, stand
mg here in trie shadow of tin tomb
it were, weie sublimely eloquent, and
thousands of t-arfnl ey- s told how
dneply Andy isenehiintdin the hearts
of these people, and he touched the
responsive chords as with a master
hand Many Republicans laid to me
that Bob s arraignment of the party
was tne Strongest tney had ever heard
since jonnsou s ceato. and it bad a
telling effect upon hundreds of them,
aud the candidacy cf Gillen, made as
an inaepwnaent Kspu'olican for the
benaie, will eflt his streneth. Bab's
convit af er count, as tutted in his bill
01 indictment agninst die Kmubiican
party, was emphasized with such fores
today as none cnuld resiet. and many.
nisnorifd and believed, will do
Bjbadvied: "Leava that old strand
ed wreck and pu!l f)r the shore."
.NotwitiiBtandimt the cold dav the
ladies wfii out in force and equally
enthusist:c with the men for our Bob,
ana arogetner it hs b.jen a pp'endid
day for Democracy in old Greene. Alf
did not attend, as we anticipated.
Democratic fires aie abltzs throughout
GRIND JONtmON, TEXN.
Tbe Deinooraey Snug-nine of a Great
nucreHS on tbe tea.
llPICtAL TO TBX iTPtlL.l
Oband Junction, Tenh . October 28.
The Demo racy of Grand Junction
end vicinity have organized. We had
a etirring meeting Jat night. Prof.
W. A. JJ. Mclniel and otter vounir
men addrwd the c!ub. It was a
rousing tnrnout of the young Democ
racy. We have appointed our coin.
mniees, lam our i e', planned our
course aud don't von forget we wH
hedge Republicanism from now till
late November 23. We expect to put
in solid shots for Phelan and W. T. F.
Thompson. Good news all along the
line. t. d. p.
Tbe HepnblloajjB Hoping- to Win by
ItriCIAL TO THB APPIiL.I
Kewbekm. Tnn.. October 28. Con
siderable excitement exists in this
(Dyer) comity in the political field,
between the friends of the IadeDenrl-
ents and nominees of the Democratin
party. Of course the Republicans
siient spectators, reioictng at tbe wid
ening chasm, which may possibly re-
suit in a complete victory tor tbem.
They a-e better organized by far than
they hava been for years in the poet,
and have their bett ticket in the field.
Thi Independents have issued circu
lar, asking and claiming a lien upon
the Simon-pure Democrat! in their be
hnlf, while the regular nominees for
Senator, Floater and. Representative
are sanguine of success. Why the
nominees have opponents is a ques
tion now ajitaiing the minds of our
people. Some attribute it to one cause
and some to another.
We hope there is no other county
in such a condition as this county, but
amid all the rupture we are solid for
onr Bob and Congressman P. T. G!as.
Speculation is bisrh as to whih
ticket will he the successful one; that
is io say, tne jnaopenaents c aim they
will win, while the nominees hava
every reasm to believe that they will
Jttl'ge Sjme Sis hoi, lino Ohnnrorw
r -- . . t i ... : . V
v. un t jyercoarg tins weeK, and is
learea he was lauea i.t-re to awai
triat, which win come oil aa soon as
vitne s:-s cm be summoned.
ins coiron crop is turning cu
plendidiy in this ccunty. Farmers
admit that the crop is the btst we
have had since the war.
Married at the East Jacks m Metho
dist l'.piFConal Chorch tonight: Mr,
J. W. Mullens and Mrs. Lucy Akin
and tmmediatp'y afterwardp, Mr. Joh
Stanley and M.bs Lulu Cockiill. all
of this c ty, the Rev. B. F. Biakmon
tbe panor, ollicia'in;.
Dr. J l. Jones, one cf onr bei-t
phyticians, who has been dangerously
ill for several days, is now considered
out oi danger.
Ihe Kav. J. J. Porler. a noted
divine of Middle Tennessee, is en
gagert irj a revival of great interest at
tne rust .Baptist Uhurch.
FIRE AT SHELBITILLE.
FOCK BRICK BVlI.niNGS) COX
SCMED BI THE FLAMES,
Estimated Total Lom Abont Forty
Tbaanand Itollarn, Partially
Covered by Insurance.
IfPSCIlL TO TBI APrSAL.l
SnKLBWiLLE, Tknn . October 28
About 2 o'clock last nizht a frame
dwelling house 200 yards north of the
public sqnsre, on the Murfreesboro
turnp ke, bnrned. The insurance
$000, which covers the los?.
About I o dock this mornini? tha
alarm was Again soundej. This time
it was on the cast side of the public
square in me mmuy grocery and
restaurant of R. H. Whitman, and
spread north and siutli from there,
Mr. Whitmans loss is estimated at
The property was insured, but for
wnat amount it is not known, Mr,
Whitman being absent in Giles
county. Only a frame parti, ion di
vided Mr. Whitman's from T. J,
Jonens saloon, which burned next.
Mr. Jones had $S)6 in his safe. He
got it out only slighrly daiuaeod th s
morning. The loss is about $2500 on
stock and fixtures, which are partly
The buildings occupied bvMr. Whit
man and Mr. Jones ware owned by 0.
Moorman, and aie in litigation. They
are insured for $2500. The loss is
8. P. Freeman's stloon. north of Mr.
Jones's establishment, also burned.
The loss is Mbout$2500, the insurants
SlBUU. The building was owned bv B
R. Whiithorne. The lo:-s is iftCOO and
the insurance J2700.
The store of A. O. Johnson, dealer
in ary irnons and clothing, was soon in
rum. inn l ire is io,uuu and the in
surance su,uuu. rne building was
owned by J. D. Wilhoile. The loss is
$400 J and the insurance $3100.
Dr. S. F. Knott, adioinina Mr
Johnson's s ore, removed bis entire
s'ock of drugs. His loss is considera
ble but Is covered by insurance. The
house is also damaged, but is insured.
0. Cowan & Co.. hardware, had their
stock damaged. It is insured.
Ihe fonr brick store houses burned
and the one injured were fine build
ings in the heart of the business part
of the town and leave an ugly gap on
the square. They will be rebuilt.
The cause of the firs is not known,
but is eupp:sed to have been acci
UKSBY GEORGE'S CANDIDACY
by tbe Majority of
Drrllnra Ibe Nomination
Chicago, III., October 28. Mayor
Harrison this afternoon sent a letter
ro the UhBirman of the Third District
Damocratic Congressional Committee
declining (o be a candidate for Con
grees in that district.
Col. Jobn F.
IloiiNe Sneaka at Tren
IBPIOULTO THI ArPIlL.I
Jackson, Tbnn., October 28. Col.
Jonn J). nou?e, one of Tennessee's
most prominent men and a candidate
lor tne united States Senate, die
ctissed the political topics of the day
in this city yesterday.
Mr. Blaine's Havenaenta.
Pottsvillh, Pa., October 28. Mr.
Blaine left here this morning in the
rain, making speeches along the route,
the first being at Tamaqus, next at
Mauch Chunk, where he urged the
value of the protective tariff, and also
again referred to the cheap labor of
the South. He next spoke at Hazsl
ton and then at Glen Summit in the
afternoon and at Scranton at night.
A Joint DlacuMlon at Chattanooga.
BFIOUL TO TBI APPIAL.
Chattanooga. Tenm.. f)rtshr na
Consressman Nttal. Demncratlo an!ii.
date for Congress, aud his competitor.
Gen. J. T. Wilder, had a joint diecas
sion at tbe courthouse tonight. Col.
Neal's speech was one of the finest
arnumenis ever heard in this r-1- onrl
,.....).. 1 -IXTM.l . . 1 , , J ' -
viunuou i rniwr to ma wan on every
Tl.. TV LI.- J
P"""- " Avpuuiicans are nninar
every means to secure Wildsr's elec
tion, but he will be overwhelminaly
defeated. " '
Flrebnar Captarrd Cotloa Turn
Ins Oat Well-Weddlnv.
IBPIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
JaCK'OM. Tun W.. Hrinh At 9Q At.
late hour last evening, Sid McClerkin.
a farmer who lives twpntv mii
of this city, in Henderson county was
arres'ed in this city and commif A tn.
ail here on a charts nf hnrni m
Val (nva nn n m 1. . 1
""';" uuises ana one mule
of his father-in-law. Jumna r. t..-
lass, near Juno, in Hende
last Wednesday night A party of
four or five persons from that county
came to this city ventrilav aL
manded the prisoner for the purpose
of taking him back to iail in n.nH.n.
son county, but mob violence peine
New York. October 28 Tha follow.
ing letters have D'ssed between Mr.
Joseph J, O'Dnnohus, a prominent
New York merchants and Mgr. Preston:
Nrw York, October 25, 188(1.
My Dbar Mgr. Prkhtow Tt ha
been gunerally asserted that the Cath
olic clergy of this city are favorably
disposed toward the candidacy of Mr.
Henry George for Mayor, and ara in
clined to t upport the social and nn.
litical views expressed in his nlar.fnrm.
I have grown eray in the church. anl
ain hii oiq inena oi yours petsonatiy.
1 therefore ask you to inform m if
there be any foundation in fact for
the aisertiou made by Mr. George's
suppor'eis. Very faiihfully and re
m JOSEPH J. O'DONOHUE.
To the Kt. Rov. Iboraai S. Proston, Vicar
Naw York, Octobor 27, 1880.
My Dbar 0'D:inouu In reference
to your lett'r.just received, I enn state
with corifi leiics that th ) great major
ity of the Cetholic cleigv in this city
are oppes d to the candidacy of Mr.
George. They think his principles
uns mud and unsafe, and contrary to
the teachings of the church. I buve
net met one among tbe priests of this
arcn diocese, wno would not deeply
regret the election of Mr. George to
any position of influence. H,s prin
ciples logically carried out, would
prove the ruin of the workiogmen he
proiees to befriend, whatevnr h
said, I think there is no question as to
tne position cf the Uatholio clergy,
And although we never interfere ai.
rectly in election?, we would not wish
now to be misunderstood, at a time
when the beet interests of son ntv dim
ue iu uauger. nan very sincerely.
x aim no D. riVHOlun.
To Attend tbe laclnktrial and Ship.
ping; I.i aicoe at Penaaeoln.
llriCIAL TO TBI APPIAL.l
Bibminoham, Ala.. October 28. A
committee of nine citizens, appointed
by Msyor Lane some days ago to go to
iub mewing oi tne national Shipping
aim jnou-inai ijearue at renaaco la
the lutb or next month, was today en
larged to fifty, and with such names
as go to represent every respect.
able interest about tbe town. It is
proposed that the delegation shall go
aown in a special car. Uol. Kobert O.
Woods, of New Orleans, who in hnr
in the in tercet of the meeting, says it
win ub toe largest ever assembled in
tne eoatn for any business purpose
Nearly every city in the South and
several of the largest fo the North
promise to send good delegations to
represent the people at large or the
leading commercial bodies.
THE EjIMOU MLMI
EKCE1TES THE MEMBERS Of THE
Kninand BulKarln Iri-li DMrs
Lewis's Libel on McCarthy
The Egyptian Qaetlou.
Pahis, October 28 Lt Kut!i,,ut
trancaue, sptalcipg H t. e ieat:oiis
between Fian:e aud kng'aud, con,
cermog the letters occupation of
I.gypt, pays: "We are net enemits of
England. We should ,bt greatly
blamed if we ct'emptid ti rt-vive (lis
hatred that once exist: d b twen the
two rations. Oar admiration of Eng
land, however, does not rtach far
econgh to allow ua to eacrilics French
interests of tbe first order ami imme
morial rights because England hap
pens to enjoy a liberal Par'imubnt nd
liberal institution?. Oar honor de
mands that we defend thiru to the
end, although by other nvans than
war." The Revxiblique Francam ridi-
cu'es the opinion expressed by the
Tfmvt that there ij not an alternative
between a British occupation ot E.zypt
and an ludfcfinite peiiod for war.
Pabis, October 28. Maurice Bern-
hardt, son of 8ir,ih B roliard', has
fought a duel wt'th M. LuiKlnis. the
exhibitor of a painting rUiculing his
mother. M. Langlois was wounded.
Decided to Balun the Only on For
Paris, October 28. The Customs
Committee of the Chamber of Depu
ties have decided in favor of the bill
raising the dut7 on foreiuti wheat
Iroai 3 to 5 francs.
the struneest r-Foiis to expect that a
la'ge eettion of the landlunh in I e
land intend to evict tenants iluring
the romirg wiuter. IF there is lobe
arollur lend war the nev way of the
Liberal party my bo piU to n s veie
strain. Many bitter tt ingi will be
said rnd, in fpi'.e rf all wo Mn d.
deeds may d. ne iD Irel ttul li!ch will
shock them dcep'y. A very gra re
sponsibility will r-st apou the Lib
erals. If thev wid be strong in their
filth ard snllicientlv wide in their
sympaihiis to enter into the bittninrsi
of an opprsied pronlc, all will come
right 'very soon and Mr. Gladstone
will live to see the two peoples
FCIUY ODD YEARS OLO. ASSETS. (GtSOO,000
... ftjT F.'d rclici-..MrH In 188.-,. $M DOO.OOO, aud Sot a Dollar of
Coatested Inim 1-
FOl'l'lANd Thurtdar roorninr, October
28, 188(1, at residenoe. No. 1:17 Poplar atreet.
corner of Fouith. JuatPH ant J.yix. mail
rear and 10 uiontbn, twin children of Joieiilv
idii mary coppiano.
Funeral will take place from retldence this
(FKIDAV) afternoon at !:30 o'clock. Friendi
of tbe family are Invited to attend.
K05K At reside noe. Ne. 140 Alabama (.,
Wedneidiy. October 17. lH8t. llAnam. aita
of 8. Koie.
Funeral will take place from residence
this (FRIDAY) morning at 10 o'olock.
Friondi of the family are invited to attend.
A Dnfentrtl t'audldate Npnhi,
Dublin, Octobtr 28. Mr. Lewis.
who was beaten by Jmtiu McCarthy
in the recent contested election rasa
in Londonderry, iu a farewell address
to the Loyalists of that district, gats
he r, grts handing over his s.-at in
Parliament to one who, whatever
his personal qualities mav be. lmq
been received and enlidfed in Ameri
ca by Feuian dynamiters and adva
cates of murder.
JuNticee to Kealgn.
London, Octobar28 Juaticea Black
burn, Lord of Appeals: Urove. of the
Court of Common Plea; Field, of the
uonrt oi ijaeea s liench; Ufiunan, of
the Court of Common Pleas, and Hud
dirston, of the Court of Kxcheotier.
ureaooiuio resign tneir justiceebips.
Died in tbe Pulpit.
London, Ontoher 28. The Rav.
John Adams, of New York, died sud
denly while delivering a sermon in
tho pulpit of the Caivanist OhBpel, in
Beaumaris. Wales. His ailment wan
Thread Mills Partially Burned.
London. October 28 Chadwick'a
threadmills, in Bolton, have been par
tially destroyed by Are. Tbe damage
amounted to JtMO.UOO.
Haitian Pr, Cenraiinli en Bul-
St. Phtehsbubu. October 28. The
Ilerold, a German paper T'bliehed in
this city, rays there are 400 troops on
board the Russian cruisers dispatched
to Varna, and that they have orders
to occupy that city ii the Kuttians
who were illegally arrested are not re
The Journal de St. I'ftmhiirn rivm
The hesitation displayed by tbe Lul
gamin Regency in anmmoning tho
Houranie, and tuc fact I bat tbe acpu
tits to that body ore delaying their
departure for 'J'.iQova, are symptoms
of a more conciliatory attitude. Tbe
ondition of a flairs, however, is ag
gravated Dy tne authorities, wno man
ifebt Jit-le disposition to enhrce re
spect for international law, com-
elling Hmsia to Bind curiers to
urna to protect Kussians there.
The Tiovoe remya savs: The
dispa'ching of cruisers to Varna is the
beginning (if the end of the crisis.
The tampotary occupation of Var.ia
will be a guarantee against fntili vic
Utions oi the rights of Rusji.iu subjects.
arSucb a record In realle rrmardahle in it ethlblt of energetic and rkllldil nmn
PllUKLY Ml ll lI, AX It HEyCK IXStHttXCE AT COST.
flENEKAL INSURANCE AGENT,
itoom i, toiton Excliango Buildinir,
1111301 1 iffll
Evprjthing Now, Stylish and
Desirable to Be Found at
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Hob. 326 and 328 Main SU Mompliia,:Tean.
TeuattM Hanafavtarlag Cfl.'i rialds, Drills, Mheetlng, Shlrtlnr, Jfex
lDr. BfirD'O ho K is H B Si y a m ffi m k;
mm mi mm ti S
IS CLOAK DAY
COME lOHAY FOK
AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
IB PAR EXCELLENCE
The CLOAK HOUSE
Indicted for Haaalanahtar,
Madisok, Wis , October 28. Today
tr , i . i . , . J
inaiuii ivmiy, eogiuecrui (lis Wlla 60-
gins which collided with a passenger
train near Pine B uff, on tbe North
western road, was arrested charged
with manslaughter. He was held in
$1500 bail for trial. The Coroner's
jory found that Kelly was responsible
for Henry Scbwenck's death in so far
as be was running his engine contrary
to the standing rales of the company
when ths accident occurred.
All those suffering from hoarsennsa.
colds or coughs should try Dr. Ball's
Congh Syrup. 25 cents.
Dcrldrd Co adder to the Govern
Sofia, Ojtobor 28. At a mivate
meeting af, Tirnova of Deputies bs
longing to the givernmeut P'.rty, it
was tiracioiousiy decided to adhere to
sia. (tU. Kaulbais tele&rapbed to
the KfgSiney aivlsiog tho rais
ing of the s'ate of selge at Sofia
and Varna. Tho Russian Consul at
Varna threatens to order the Kussiaa
war ships to bombard the town nn
le-sthe P, efect permits freeacc?ssof
Kiieso lialganan partisans to the KnS'
nan consulate or if he tries to pre
vent tho landing of ssilots from the
war ships. Members of the Sjbranje
Bra preparing 10 eieci a Kegont to ie
"United Ireland" on Coercion.
Dubliu, October 28. United Ireland
tells the Irish tenants that ths time
for patient endurance is passed, and
said it is time for tbem to e'aml up
and fight hard, hitting from ths shoul
der, rue unionists, it says, have
been in nower for six mnntha. and
have not made an attempt to suppress
ine iMauonat league, wbich s strone
er. more sctive and more resolute than
ever, and laughs at ths governmsnt
devices, bluster and threats. The pa
per taunts tbe government with being
uiruiu to use coercion.
Reduced Their KcaU.
Duulin, October 28. A number of
landloids in Weet Calre made a re
duotion in their rents today. The
rents on tbe Browne ratatpa were re
duced 40 per cent, and on the O'Kel-
ly estates 30 percent. (JjI. Stewart
made a reduction of 20 per cent, and
Capt. Morgan of 15 per cent. Tbe
tenants generally iro paying.
DR. FRANK W.VANCE
Physician and Psychologist.
DR. VANCE haa perfeoted hlmselt In phy
ehcloar. and ii prepared to treat dii
eaea of nerroua origin bj entiielr new
nietnodi. tin therapeuuea u addreaaed prln
o pally tn tbe higher brain oenteri of epirtt
ua! activity, whose Influence on lower turjo
tionii. nervnua and bodily, Ii naramnun t. Aa
mitBier of the lawa coTernin pfaysho-nhyil-.,
tui pnenomena, ne oonudont tlmt ratulti
will neet nil unit aangulne exptotationa.
Ollie-27 1-3 Iff nil. filrcci!
OF MEMPHIS-.. NAFK DEPOSIT, Tltl ST C0.-AM)
No. M illlKOiM NTKKKT, M1M1M11S, TKSX.
II. Ill I I Y R IN, R. rreM..t. W. M WII.N HIS..1V. Tic, Vn .i.leui.
K. J. liLAt K, 4 Hklil.r. w ,1. II imift't IM4, IVIler.
P, BKTIIKL. J. K. (HinWIN. H. P TIKt iv wiii-m.-m,
OA Vila US) .Nt:L,lLa.Y BOLUITKI.. INIKKINl PAMI ON ll.lSktH
T11I8 INSTITUTION IS AUTHORlZED'uNDKttTlIK LAWS OF TKVKESSEF'
i !!d? S Wnoral Banklna EulnB. Dignount l'arcr, etc. To Buy and Hell Ktookn. Il,m.l. oit.l
Wat Seouritiea. Xo Ue. eive llepoatta and pny IN r KKKS L' thereon. To fiivrUn"? vtrhLa
in ...it'r V ,1ndlvili"!; , To art aa Mooeiver for Corpnrationa, L,it ant. unci In
v;iuVw..nf In'Vin0 Bn'." Rxchanuo. Al0. have a Hlo Doim.it Van It. wne 3
rHMnUI Vtu'nfl" - 'i? ?2ff 'P,'".- A l";,f'"'t"ry t the Ntiite o Tenne. ee. 10
narwpeolal Attention I'airt tn Cnllfptlona. P.ilr.mairB Hr).-ttully Hi.linttoil
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
' CWM, Pretn. J, &, WOUBAK, Ylce-Preat. C H. RAIKK, Cm
nm at t - sw
fa- ftOTi.- if.
AKMIMTaAB, 0. B. BRYAN.
e Ut dimfJi
L T. OOOPKH.
I. n pit v 1 M
-'-- J T "" aaaiaitiaae). Tranaaeta a Wonrral
Bnalnaaa anel Klwaa neolaj Atiea aj M Vallwuan?wa
t. J. BLAOfL "
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF M K H TI 1 1 S, TKJVN.,
AT CLOSB Of BH8INB JH,
OOTOBHR HO, 1Q8Q
Loam and Piaoounta - Il,4.t7,?44 02
Cimh on hand 3tlS,717 7J 626,043 09
llitnklnahouiie and olUoe Diturei
KapenKOD and laxea
Hiitht Kxohange tm.m M
Steamer liak by Oolllnlon and
Neven 1.1 rea Loi.
London. October 28. The tteamer
Borderer, from Boston, collided with
the Minerva in tbe Thames. The
latter vassel was sunk and seven lives
lost. The Borderer sustained damage.
Keeelved by Emperor William.
Bkblin. October 28. Em npror Will-
lam today received the nrwiident and
other officer of the geodetic con
ference, who were presented by Minis
ter von Gossler. The Emperor en
tered into an animated conversation
with the president of tha commission
appointed by Germany.
Hr. Dillon's Article In "Tbe Nine-
London. October 28. John Dillon
has an article on the Irish Question
in tbe November number of The Nine
teenth Century. It savs: "There are
I.I till Mil
Capital Pnld up J flno.tlfifl 00
Undivided I'rofits 12I.S77 S7
Uxolmnuu and fntereat 31,341 92
luo othor Biiukn on
Deposit! 1,074.125 IS 1,277,225 00
NAPOLEON HILL Preiident
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vi-lreldont
S. P. HEAD Oiunier
A. Vanaro, Wm. A. Willlamaon,
Jnteph Bruoe, Napoleon lilll,
K. Dudloy Krayior, K. Kniley,
John R. Pepper. Jiu. U. Mobi
laaae a. pnowden
vaant V ,. , , .v. Jmtmn.
JrwMIHnfVVjHk ft ttAak 'VannnnfWMM'WH
LORD, DIEHL & DANBURY,
luuuwnunuiio A J m mmwmimwrf n UIMIL),
MANIIFAttTIIRKKM A O SOTTLKRN OT
Lager Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider.
eriueral Water nf all ilnr. n.,,1 m n.ir m
JTl'IiKK APPLR t tUVM, jjarrel. and Ualf Barrel, i .peoial'tr.-
g" rront wirMe IfiuphlH
And Commission Merchants, .
Bo, 34 and JSC Sladiaon street. STemial,
rtect subijltuta 'w Mother"!
lubl. fn .Oholera Infantum
a. A pre-dlscatod TaaA lur ra
Zlil rJ,nfu.mi oonvalasoanta
rfeot ontrbnt In all Waatlna Dlaaaaaa.
.qalre. do oookln, . SlSuSi , The cVll
and Teeth In
Of Infante, mailed free.
ODALa A oo Boa ton. Ifaaa.
iebuvkd Ai.ivr.ln from 40 to (X)
- luinniaa, complete, with hoad, or no
S!V?r?.,;-it,".'i'in", I'leaaant and haritleaa.
NO FAfiTINU. Can ha a. minil....i -Ilk
uievj hi onuu or Riiiui. i;ni on
. K. M. RET MM IT If.
At Mra. Becktel'i bouae, oornnr Third and
mauiionaia. uonuultatiiin Kuan.
UNITED STATES TRADERS
Main Office 120 Broadway, N. T.
Memphis Office, 285 Main St.
WALTKK 41RKUOKT AVTOBNKT.
erUoadquarterafor the PROMPT COLLEC
TION of Netaa and AeeoanU.
arOar Attorney will aend Clrculara to all
who will write f"r them.
DlFAlTKBUT OF THS ISTIHIOK, 1
Wa.hinvton. tirtniimr now I
SEALED PKi.i'KHALH will be reoelred at
thia Denarttuent nntil 19 n'lnnk . w.
vember 16, WM, lor lurniahlna the material
and laoor required In eompletlnt tbe enlrert
d other work in the ImproTenentet the
noi opnmi i iveaeryation, at Hot Hprlnra,
Araanaaa. Blank forma of propoaal, ipeei
noationa. etc.. will be furnl.li, I n.. .....n.
oatlpn to thia Department, or to ''Bnperla
tnndent of (Jot Hprlnia ReierTation," Uut
lj. . O. LAMAR. Beeretarv.
"Londta" Trouser Stretcher
Patented In Europe and Unl
ted btatea. Nle Ajcxuta In
Iinlled Hlaiea for oelebratett
John Hamilton A Oo. Htretoh
er. Takea baaajlnaj oat a)
knaea reatorei pantaloona to
oriarlnal abape. Only patentee!
in oombtnation with elampi.
All other! Infringement,
Orialnal and ony atreteui
f.k V Wll.tl.in.n,. - I) .
Kxpreai aeourely packed. Prtoe t2 60. Writ!
for oiroolara. Arenta wanted In every oltj.
w. win mnnm .. Boion.maw,
Electric Belt Free
rpo introduce It and obtain Menta we wtl
X for the neat aiaty daya five away, free
of oharae, in eaeh ponnty in the U. H. a lim
ited nam bar of onr Merman Klecitro Ual-
aaie ampeaaery aseiiM. Frioe Wil a
Doaitlve and nnfailina enra hi Nanom tW.
oility. Varicocele, JCmiiaioni, JmpoUnoy,
to. roo.00 Reward paid If erery Belt we
anaamactare eloeti tot senerata a aranolna
leotrio oarrjat. .Ailreaa at oaot KLKO-
RIO B.LI AUUDI, t. 0. Boa 17S,
irooklyn, N. T.
Of Interest to Ladies
TT will be money aaved to any lady eon
templatinR the purchaae of a newins-Ma-ohlne
in the neat ninety daya to oall anil ant
prieeaof the Lwht-Kuunint NKiV II on IS
and lee their la'ent improvement, the Auto
matic Bohbln Windor, whleh plaoea the
IkW SIOSli: aeveral years ahead of any
machine now in the market,
Sew llome Serrinc-Machine Co,,
46 Narlk OoairS Mtreel.
Yonng & Brotter,
Boolisollcrs and Stationer?,
IIH 91 Ala HU, MemphlK, Teun
f A HEW MlirPLY OP
Aud Connlry More I linn ranee Given
Nix-rlnl Alteiiilun, by
UV.fi y.UAl. 1!VSI HAM r. At:.T,
Koom 1, Cotton Gxcha'.iie DuiMInc
4'apKnl lteireanlel, ailo.ttOU.IiOO.
narfnvltea Correspondence nd Intcrriew.
DK. K. L. LASKI,
1'bTHlclitii, Sui'iroon ami Accnucher,
KKrilDKUCK AND OFrfCK,
.'113 WikluMrtif, .iir Dillon.
Telephone No. UK.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
I I KE PI.HM ASKMV
IUmovnl Complete. Neither knlfo, ciustla
nor dilution, no pain. Mo uuuibuf.
Adr's 1)11. II. V. TUTU ILL,
llflX 1114. All, 1ST :A
31 iHNiM.tiipi& Tennessee It. If. Co.
Annuikl Moetlna; of NtorkhoMere,
GRADUATE of the Watchmaker' Aoad
aany ot tiwitaecland,
Practical Tratchinuker and Jcwrler.
mr Fine Work a 8peclalty.-a
Mo. 76 Heale mreel, Wemphle, Tenn.
" at yonr own ho
Ita eanaea. and a nnw
1 and aaoeeaatul ( IKK
I yonr own nome, oy one wno waa deaf
twantv-iilfttit Teara. Treated he moat of
the noted apecialiaU without bene6t. Cimau
manaLr in three monthi. and ainoe then
handreda of ottere. Jfull nartieulari lent
oi application. T, 8.PAHB,
Ho. 41 Weet Slat atreet. New York City.
TUB annnal nieetin of the atorkholdera
in ihe Miasiaaippi and Tenneaaeo Kriil
roml Company will beheld at it EM I'll Id.
Wednesday, Norembtr 21, 1SSC,
nt which time a Directory wtll he elected for
the enauiofc year. Stookbuldora will be
paaaed over the road by applying to the
p. II. LA Mil, ocrern-T.
dllEA MCCARTHY, I'ropr's,
140, H2, 111 Front, Memphis.
ONE orTriK LAHOK3T B0ILRR 8H0P8
in the South, and rhe only ouiplete
Boiler and Klieet-lron Werka In the oity.
aaannraclnrera of Ifeawjr Plate Iron
work ol every ueaeriauvn. SiAttal
attention flven to plantation work.
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