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EST ABLIS HED 1810.
MEMPHIS, TEW., SATURDAY, OCTOIiEit 30, 18S(.
VOL. XL VI NO. 251
Thb speech made by Gov. Hill, of
X6W York, in Pbilade'phia last nigbt,
a full report of which we publish in
another column, is one of the best
that has been made anywhre by any
public man im any of the State cam
paign?, and trill well repay a cardial
Th Demccra's of Dyer coonty must
elect JolmM. Paiber to the LegisU-
ture, or ccnfese that their organ'.zilion
is useless and their convention was a
farce. This they cannot afford to do.
It wcu'd be a confession of weakness
that no body of men, by any name
whatsoever, could aflord to make. It
wonld also be to offer premium to
bolters and to ray that any one man's
ipse dixit is ah ore and beyond the
collective voice of great party or-
canintioo. Think of this, Democrats
of Dyer; think of this as a crowning
The Democrats of Obion, Lake and
Dyer counties should make it a point
of honor to stand by John H. Mo
. Dowell for the Senata and H. Parks,
jr., for Floater.' ' They are the
nominees of the paity, presented to
the people after careful and candid
consideration, and should receive the
vole of -every member of the party
Every Democra'io .vote cast for
Fowlkes & Co. is a dishonored vote
and will bring discredit npon the
Democratic name. The time to re
pudiate the party is before the con
vention is held. After its nomina
tions are in ad a every membar of it is
boned by its action. Democrats, stand
together a solid phalanx. The bolters
And the Republicans mutt be defeated'
Thb Democrats of Shelby county
And the Tenth Congressional Dh'rict
' mast bs np and doing. There remains
bat two days for work before the elec
tion on Tuesday. The Republicans
are well organ zed and determined,
and mean to make a vigorous ef
fort to elect their Legislative and Con
gressional nominees. There is but
one way to p: event the consummation
of their schemes, and that is by the
persistent and sleidy work of every
Dcmocratio voter. Business should
be expended in order to give the
masses an opportunity to vote and
work at - the polls. In that way,
and that way only, can we carry the
election, tend James Phelan to Con
gress as the representative of the
Tenth District, elect Lynn and
Montedonico to the State Senate, and
Clapp, Allen, Harrell, Odium and
Davis to theHouse. And this we mast
James Phblah was warmly greeted
by the Democracy of Shelby county
last night and quite sustained the
promise made for him as a publio
speaker. Ia manner and ma ter he
was a great improvement upon him
self, and it was plain to all his hearers
that he had availed himself of the op
portunities the canvass had opened to
him. He devoted himtelf chiefly
to the questions of Federal aid to edu
cation, the tr ff, the silver issues,
and Republican corruptions. Clear
and plain in his statements, he was
convincing in his arguments, and
made an impression of personal re
liability and responsibility, of care and
something akin to precision, and of
earnest conviction of the force and
power of Democratic principles. Mr.
Phelan hia conduced his eanvafs
most creditably, and almost every day
has furnished his friends with freed
proofs of the posseps:on of the ability
essential to an industrious nud p irs
taking member of Congres aud a
faithful and able representative.
GOV. HILL, OF EWYORKi
SPEAKS FOR CUAIWCEI BLACK,
For Governor of Pennsylvania, and
Slakes a Comprehensive State'
meat of Democratic Reforms.
Gkoeqe T, Dowsing, a colored man
of Newport, R. I., in accepting an in
vitation to address the Andrew rlly
at Boston one evening this week,
wrote: "Your invitation ia accepted,
beceuss I believe that the best inter
ests, not only of MasFacbusetts, but
of the nation, will be beat subserved
by electing John Forrester Andrew to
the Gubernatorial cbair of your
State. To elect him your Governor
would be in the line of that harmonious
policy which every patriot should be
found favoring j the interest of the old
Commonwealth would be in no man
ner hazarded or impaired, if not im
proved, by electing a worthy, able and
patriotic son of the war Governor of
Missachusetts to be Governor of the
old Common wealth; certainly no col-
wevva .iuui avnu a A lit COIl 1U mil J LJltrt)
of the land will suffer by so doing."
These- are encouraging words that
make an enoouraging sign. When
uegroes in jxew UDgiana support a
democratic nominee for Governor,
oureiy me aaye oi peace are at hand
Thi report of Indian Commissioner
J. D. O. Atkins, touching Indian
affairs, will be found upon the third
page. It is full of interest, especially
for the Indians of the five civilized
tribes of the Territory, and for those
who take an interest in
the education and civilisation
of the wild tribes of the
farther West. Commissioner Atkins
tells ns that the estimates of bis
bureau have been cut down from $7,
328,049 in 1886 to $5,608,873
in 1888. This is gratifying news,
especially since the reduction does
not interfere with the work of
education and civilization. He re
news his recommendation for the set
tlement of all the Indians in severalty,
is opposed presently to white settle-
uieui ia uuanoma, ana urges a con
tinuance of the foeteriog care of the
government for all the Ind an schools
now in operation. On the whole
this is a very encouraging report, and
with the public will be accepted ss a
further justification of the sagacity of
Mr. Cleveland in appointing Mr.
Atkine to to responsible a position.
Philadelphia, October 29. At the
Democratic demonstration at the
Aculeuiy cf Mu nc this evening, the
srecial fea'ure was an address by Gov.
Hill, of New York. In welcoming
the distinguished visitor, the large
audh-ncs rose and cheered wildly for
several minutes, and the entire speech
was iiitersperceii with and punctuated
by enthusiastic demonstrations of ap
nreciation. Alter thanking the
meeting for the cordiality of
the reception given him, which
he constroed as a compliment
n it to mmsell personally, bat o tne
eallant Democracy of the Empire
Btate, Gov. Hill said that Pennsyl
vania and New York had stood shoul
der to tkoulder in our early colonial
history, in the war of the revolution
and had alike contributed men and
money during tbe late rebellion to
save the Union. Four jeais ato bo h
bta ea were tbe scenes of a peaceful
political revolution, which resulted tn
the ascendancy of the Democratic
party. Subsequently Gov. Grover
Cleveland bad been elected President,
und the speaker had been elected to
the Governorship of New Yotk. He
continued: "I come beie tonight to
k von to follow the eximple of
New Yoik, and elect your Lieutenant
Governor to the Governorship of
your State. That will be true civil
service reform. There are many rea
sons wby he ehou'd be elected, bat
there is one which is snilicient for me
he is a true Democrat You ask me
upon this occasion to speak to you of
the l-sues oi tbe campaign. W hat is
Mt to be said when you have heard
D.iniel Dougherty ana Samuel J. Ran
dab 1 I have bu a few suggestions to
make. You have been told of the
predictions of our opponents made
two years ago. I venture the statement
that those predictions have come to
naught. They told ns tbe Demo
cratic patty euuld nr.t be trusted to
control the government of this
country. A year and a half of suc
cessful administiation bes answered
and rafutfd that statement. They told
us that the Democratic puny, it it
should attain power, would assume
the rebel debt. Tbat was the old
scare of two years ago. Not a einjrle
dollar of Confederate indebtedness
has been assumed or proposed to be
assumed by anybody. They told the
people, to frighten them, tbat the
national debt would be repudiated
Not a dollar has been repudiated
Every dollar of national indebtedness
tbat has become due has been
promptly met and paid. They told ns
mat the intercs's ot the soldiers
in tbe matter of pensions would
be unsafe. The interests of
pensioners cave never been so well
taken care of cs they have been by the
present administration. They told us
that the industries of our country
would os ruined. They nave not been
rained, but we see the evidences on
every side of increasing prosperity. It
is a fact today tbat the times are slow-
ly but surely getting better a tribute
to the wisdom oi a Democratic admin
titration. Some allusion has been
made to the fact of a visit to your
state u tne 'distinguished gentleman
who hails from the State of Maine.
Having succeedfd in saving his own
State, after a' most terrible effort, he
comes to help the -Republicans
of Pennsylvania save this close
Sta'e, There is not in my mind bet
ter evidence that the State is not close,
but tbat. it is surely going for the
Democratic party. This distinguished
gentleman, whose words are entitled
upon all occasions to careful consider
ation, stated before an audience in
Philadelphia that tbe cmn try was in
danger because of the Democratic
policy. He spoke of the magnificent
times which we had nnder Republi
can rule. You would imagine from
his statement that, a few
years ego, all the workingmen
were obtaining better wages than now.
You would imagine there wr-rB no
hard times a few jears ago under a
Republican adminit tration. Wby, he
forgets, but we recollect, that the lait
gram, pnuiu m ims country ocfurrea
unrier a Republican administration in
1873, when 'here was a Republican
President, a Republican Senate and a
Republican House of Representatives,
and at the very time that James
li. ilaine was Speaker of the
House of Representatives. Neither he
nor his party were able to aive the
country good and prosperous times,
although they shaped all the legisla
tion of the country at that period. I
say tbat a year and a half of success
ful administration hss demonstrated
the wisdom of the people of this coun
try' in changing administrations of
public affairs and putting the Demo
crats in power. We have not been
able to accomplish all that we antici
pate, but you most remember that we
have been thwarted by a Republican
Senate of the United States. You most
bear in mind tbat there was little use
for the Democratic party in the House
of Representatives to frame measures
which were only to be pigeon-holed
by a Republican Senate. The people
ot this country have no right to hold
us entirely responsible for what has
been done or omitted to be done. If
they will in the few States in which
elections are now to take place
so vote as - to give us
the control of all the depart
ments of the government, then we can
properly be held to responsibility.
And we will accept that resDonnihilitv.
The tame gentleman who spoke in the
city of Philadelphia (and he makes
the same speeches everywhere on tbe
stump) warned the country of a great
ana impending danger. There al wave
bbuuis to dc great aanger to the conn
try when Mr. Blaine takes the stump.
There is no crisis to be anticipated,
such as Mr. Blaine imagines and pre
dicts. I understood him to say that
he opposed any interference with
reference to the tariff. I nmt.roinml
him to say that he opposed any re
form of the tariff. I understood him
to say that he did not wish thn Mlh-
ject touched in anv manner nH thn
great issue that he presentod to the
people of Pannaylvania was that there
must be no legislation upon this sub
ject. I am not going to discuss to
night this tariff Question. It i mh.
ject about which, in its detai's, there
may D9 diHerences. But in the main
there can be none. I simply propose
to call attention to the evidence
tbat Mr. Blaine la not sin
cere when he tells yon that no
legislation is necessary whatever. I
say that when he makes that state
ment tothe people of Pennsylvania
he does not stind upon even the plat
form of his psrty. l'ublic sentiment
w.hb arous d upon ihii suMect in 1S84
and iu the platform adopted by their
own convention the Republican party
mine use oi tnese wor.is: "liie li
publican par'y pieanes niseii to cor
rect tho intquilities ot the tsriff and
to reduce the surplus." Yet Mr,
Blaine comes now before the ppople of
thH tarili btate, a? it is sapro-ed to be,
a:d dec'ans tbat he epposts all legis
lation whatever. He wintuhe present
law maintained, inequalities and a'l
As early as November, 1883, he wrote
a letter to Charhs E. Smith, an ed tor
of one of your paners, in which, sppak
ingon ttiia subject, be said: "This
brings with it tbe necessity of re
ducing the national revenue. The
present system of taxation is yielding
more than $100,000,000 beyond the
amount required for ordinary expenses
of the government. I s reduction will
soon become aa imperative duty."
This was his position, taken deliber
ately in 183, and this is ooeol the
letters tbat was burned. Great mer
riment J We are willing to ttanu
npon that same position. We
simply stand iu favor of revenue re
form. We have proposed cothian
else. And that reiorra will not inter-
fe:e with the wages of a sinrle labor
ing man. On tbe contrary, it will pre
serve and protect them. It will not
destroy a singe industry in this
country, but it will preserve and pro
tect them. Mr. Blaine has alto great
sympathy for the colored people of the
South. Ha tells us what I do not be
lieve to be true, and what no investi
gation had witbin the past two
or three yea-s has proved to be true,
namely, that the colored people
of the South are deprived of their po
litical rights. Whit peculiar informa
tion hai be to whicn the country has
notsccees? I say there has been no
complaint from the colored man him
sen. i say mere n-s not been a pe
tition of any sort of importance pre
sented upon that subject in tbe last
two or three years m Congre's from a
single Republican Representative in
tbe Sjuth. They have Representa
tives in tbe Congress of the United
States. Pray tell us when' and where
wis it tbat the colo ed people of the
South, through their Representatives,
set up any Each c'aim tbat they have
not eajoyed their political rights dur
ing the pan two or time yearsv 1
limit it to that time because toat is
the period to which he hai alluded.
Grover Cleveland is the last man to
conntenance that. I point to you the
fact tbat he appointed from our own
btate an intelligent colored man
to a position in Washington, and
that that colored man was re
jected by a Republican Senate."
Tbe speaker sucgettted that Mr.
Blaine go to Rhode Island, where a
property qualification is required of
ioreign born cit zens, and prach the
gospel of a free ballot. In reply to
Mr. Blaine's charge that the Demo
crats played the game of politics with
loaded dice, Gov. Hill said the charge
csme with poor grace from a party
which rot onlv used loaded
dice, but marked cards, also.
la this category he placed the
Electoral Commission, and cbareed
tbat by refusing just apportionments
in legislative districts in snrh States as
Pennsylvania and New York the Re
publican party maintained control of
the United States Senate.
The other speakers were the Hon.
Samuel J. Randall. Daniel Doushertv
and the Gubernatorial csndidate, C.
Har4jr Brings Home a Bride
Hot Kzpcotcd to Live.
REPORT FOR THE SMI K F..DIXG
A Marked Falling Off ia ( 'JearlngH
The Distribution or iry (Joods
lanoiAii to tii ArriAi,.!
Columbus. Miss.. October 29. For
some months last summer the society
cf our little city was charmed by the
presence of Mrs. Sallie Thomaton, of
Atlanta, a moat charming young
widow, who was vlsitina her nncle.
Col. Geo. Harris. Being a beautiful
woman of snperior intellect, and
highly accomplished, she soon became
a great favorite in Columbus, aud her
admirers were legion. It was whis
pered shortly after she left that she
had promoted to return and make this
her home, and many were tee rumors
as to who was the "f.tvored one." Dr.
C. Hardy, one of our most tolid and
substantial business meD, drew sus
picion on himself by imp oving and
thoroughly refurnishing his elegant
home. This suspicion was confirmed
tbis morning when, after a week's ab
sence, he returned, accompanied
by his lovely bride. They were mar
ried in Atlanta at tbe residence of tbe
bride a father, Col. Crawford L. Bibb,
on tbe 20ih instant. Mrs. Hardy will
be a charming addition to our society,
and we welcome her most heartily and
offer them both our hearty congratu
.ations and beat wishes.
Mr. II. O. Newman, proprietor of
the gasworks aud a large coal dealer,
is very ill. It is thought he will die
New Yokk, Ojtobr 29 Special
teleatatns t Bradttrtttt, Hh.le record
ing a somewhat iropiovnl movement
in merchandise at Chicgi, Burlington
and Dtvenp-r, 1 , and Kants City
and New Oi leans, re lice a on the
whole a continuance of the lute check
to general trade. While um appears
to be of a seasonable character, after
the recent period of active trading,
there is little insight at the moment to
suggest an immediate improvement,
although public confideuce in its ap
pearance in the near future is un
abated. From a number of points
word comes tbat merchant collections
are made with less ess, which is at
tributed in part to the low prices of
staple farm products. At most of the
cities reporting a better business,
cooler weatber precedtd it. The
practical holid-iy in n any lines in
New York on Tturtday cut into the
total volume of transactions and is re
flected in the week s bsnk clearings,
together with about, ore-third less
tiading on the Stock Kxchange, ia
lesi of ab ut $'25 000,000 from
the total of $7o8,300,000 Ust wet k
The total i f bank clearings at thirty
cities this week is 1934,671,120, againat
$1,090,46:2,984 last week aud $971,804,-
lUti in the like week last yprr. Boston
and Philadelphia each lost $12,000,000
this week as ompa ed w.th Ust
week's clearings. Cblctgo lost$l,400,
000, St. Ixmis $2,7(10,0,10 and Balti
more $1,700,000, while fan Fran
Cisco gained $2,200,010, and
New Orleans $300,000. The Western
money markets g nerally continue
quiet and firm, wi-h the current of
funds s'.ill to IheWest. '1 he demand f or
funds for gnneial commercial and in
do trial enterprises at mat large
cities continues marked. The stock
market was ht sitating and somewhat
lower during the early portion of the
week, with considerable bear ta k and
selliug short. This was followtd by a
revived bull movement aud consider
ab'e advances in cert tin Mocks. Tbe
transactions of me New York Stock
Exchange for the wtek were 1,700,
151 shares against 2,528,275 shares last
week, .bonds were generally strong
no advancing, the aulas on the otock
Exchange for ttie week aKreitatinir
y, ja.suu against 1 J .oua 30U last week.
Money is ruujh eat-ier, tbe arrival
of a large amount of gold from Europe
tending to aive a less stringent tone.
uau money was quoted at 4(a0 per
cent., and time loans at about o per
cent. Exchange continues weak and
low, with prospects favorable to fur-
taer sold imports. Uommercial miner
is in poor supply, but rates are still
well sustained. The distribution of
dry goods from Eastern enters has
been ' noticeably cheesed, though
priots are strongly neia. The demand
for raw wool front manufacturers is
not so large as in September,
though the decreased demand from
the Eastern knitting mills baa caused
no weakness vat. The Jtrenalh re
cently shown in iron anfs eel is fully
maintained. Wheat has bet n stronger
and higher again alter reaction from
the advance made earlv tn the week.
Speculation, foreign war tumors and
the growing opinion that other na
tions will nave yet t j bur largely
from tbe United S.ates are under
neath most recant advances. Rains
and frost in many sections of the cot
ton region this week have net resulted
in widespread damage, Louisville
repoit the weatber favorable f jr cur
ing the tobacco crop. ,
Amusements. Theater goers are
very liable to contract a eevere cough
or cold. A sfe and reliable cure is
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 25 cents.
Michael Davltt Wanted la Ireland
Omaha, Nsn.; Oclobi-r 10 Michael
Davitt is in receipt of a cablegram
which urgently ieqai:sts bis presence
in Ireland as soon ss procticable. His
lecture tiur will therefore closa by the
end cf November.
A ool Ilenrflt for tbe Artri' Fit nil
Nsw York, October 29. The bene
fit performance today at the Grand
Opera Hnnss netted $700 for tbe
Actors' Fund of America.
Everything New, Stylish and
Desirable to Be Found at
IS CLOAK DAT
COME MD1Y FOR
AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
18 PAR KXCKLLENCB
Tbe CLOAK HOUSE
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
AT CLOSE OF BUSINK58,
OOTOBBn go. lOOO
IiOMia and Bljoount 11,4.17, 244 02
BanklnKhoUBO and office flilurel UK10 IK)
Overdraft! 2-,Wi7 26
Elnennei and taiai 7,100 42
tMnhtUxrhangs tlM.325 36
Caah on hand 318,717 73- (20,943 09
Capital Paid np t 0HO.0C0 00
Undivided Prollta 121,877 87
Exchange and Interest 31,441 92
Due other Ilankt on
Billi rediioounted.l tm,0i K
Depoaiti 1,074.125 16 1,277.223 00
82 01!9,944 79
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Chattanooga, Tinn., October 29.
The Hontharn PaseriKer Association
baa decided to discontinue tbe pay
ment of commieaiona on rales of tick
ets to ticket and passenger agents
after November lit. Tbe announce
ment has created a sensation among
the latter, who derived a neat
revenne from that source. The
Northern and Eisrern associations
have been requested to alro etor
the payment of commissions, and it is
intended to abolish the custom on
many Southern lines. It ia estimated
that the companies pay out from
125,000 to 150,000 in commissions an
Low Water at Vlekebnrff.
ViCKsnuBO, Miss , October 29. The
river fell two inches today, with only
nine mcnes on tne guage. .low water,
logs, niRn Danis and snort crews,
cause steamers from all points to be
off time and greatly delayed. Natchea
mail, dne last night, did not arrive
till noon. Tbe ataamer Riohardson
had not arrived at 8 o'clock tonight
All Yazoo and Tallahatchie river
packets have to be lightened over the
bar at the mouth of tbe Yazso river,
coming out, there being only two feet
of water over the bar. Tbe City of
Baton Konpe, Helena and D. K. Powell
are all over due from St. Louis. The
mail steamer Isaaquenna, due here to
night from Greenvills, will not arrive
until late tomorrow. It is said that a
fall of six inches more will stop the
transfer o( tbe cars of the Queen and
Crescent railroad at this point. Cradles
on tbe incline are oat to the lowest
Thi nineteenth century has pro
vided the ereateat Roman of thm all
Salvation Oil. It kills pain.
W HM Pi
Thil powder nerer Tariei. A marvel oi
purity, atrenith and wholeiomenet!. More
eoonomioal than the ordinary kinda, and
eannot be lold in competition with the mul
titude of low teat, abort weight alum or
phoanhate powdera. Sold oni.t i caw.
ROYAL BAKINU PoVVUKK CO.,
KIB Wall a treat. New York.
W B. BATE.
a. c. Toor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
lacreaaed facilities for doing all
tlis popalevr f ATorlt fop dremlnff
tliu baUr, Ilraturiiiir color when1
pry, ana pror.uurijf itnndmir.
TrMMfmrt. nrllfVltanH IVMt.rMlrM for Cnr-rsm tinning.
tow all jmin. Ktimiriffl oomfnrt to th fn Kovet t
ljr I'rae. A victim
or youthful lmuru-
dane, oauilnt Pramatnre Decy, Nerrona
lebility, Lnit Manhood, etc having tried
n vain every mown remeny, naa dlaooverei!
a almple fall. cure, which be wlllieud KKUU
oi nia teiiow aniarera. Aaurem
O J. MA80N,
Pot flffloe Box H179, New York City.
Koch's Pat. Store
BHELVINtt iaadjaaUble to meet any need
or baaineaa. It ia eheaper than old atyle. Can
be pat np by any one, UiirianlHl tor
ramry au. noua sueivea. Addreai
KOI II A. II. CO., MlVs.,
141 BlAllf BT., PEORIA, ILL., or,
Simmon, Hardware T.,Ht. Lonla.Mo.
Annual Meeting- of Stockholder'.
Orrioi or MPHia ird OaaaL(RTON)
Hiii.aOAi) Co., 10 Wii.i, Btriit,
N , v New Xork Ootober 6, HUM. )
OTIOR ia hereby diren that the Ananal
NeellaaT of the Ktoeaholdura oi the
Memphle and tlUMrleelon Hallroed
t ompaay will he held at th office of the
company, at HnaUivllle, Ala., on
Tharaiay, the lltk day of Novem
Tb tranaler book! of the company will re
main doled from Uotoher ISLh in alnvamhar
11th, both inoluiive.
h. n. BU11WAN, Secretary.
Theacenta of tha aeveral atatlnna will fnr.
nlah atoeknoldera with free tioketa to and
from the meetint .
a. V. WILTON, Treaanrer.
Electric Belt Free
TO Introduce It and obtain aeeota wewll
for the neit ality daya five away, free
of obarre, in eaeh coonty in tb, V. ti. a lim
ited nnmberof oar Wermaai Kleeira tlal
waale SaaaaaMrr Bella, price Ifij a
poaitire and nnfailine core for Nervoul De
bility, Varioocele, Kmlaaloni. Imootency.
to. loQO.oo rUwari paid M ererv Belt we
maaniaotore doee aot (inerate a tannin
tectna cnrreai. lreaa at onoa CLK'J-
Brnoklrn. N. T.
DiraiTviKT or tbi Irtriioi, I
Wahin.ton. Ontnlwi. 1r. imuk i
SEALED PHOPOHALB will be received at
thil Department nntll 13 n'alnk m. No.
Timber lti. lH'rt, lor Ivrniikinc th, material
and labor required in oompl,tfn th, cnlvert
and other work In th, improvementot tb
Hot Kprinn i Keaerration, at Hot Hpringa,
Arkanaa. Blank forma of propoaal, apeol
ncatiooa, etc., will be farnUhed np,n aprll
eation to thil Department, or to Buixrla
tendent of Uot Bprlan BeMrratloa' JBot
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
h B. GSDWI5, Prest. J. 800UBAB, Tlee-PresU C. H. BAJXK, CMUsit
xow or IJlraotorav,
B.2Ml'L-. liVyaAKiri R. J. BLAO
. niiiainmjH. . v.. -r. iiiuiped w ta k,tmm
- ..-amiiiM iranaen a waKaeuema
av d a-ivea tal Aaeeaataei tm ItillnmnanaLeaa
1 e am
1HHCCKHHOH8 TO 9 MRI A niRIIL),
MAHirAl'TIIKEUN AND BSTTLEIS OF
Lager Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider.
mineral water of all rlavora, and XXX llrllnal Cllnaer Ale.
e-PUHK APfLK II:K, in iJarnla and Hull Barrela. a ipedalty.-d
yp. 03 Front Mrert Miiiltlw. Thiinn'(v
And Comnilaslon Merchants.
UToi, 34 and SO Hatllson filroet, iremSaJJ
J EMOVEI AI.ITK, In from '40 to 00
minutea. comnlote. with head, or no
charge. Medicine plenaant and harnileaa.
HO IfASTINd. Can be adminiatered with
lafety to ohild crmtnlt. Call on
int. in. hei aittiTir,
At Mra. Becktol'a bouae, corner Thiid and
maaiaon au. uoNaiiLTATiOM rum.
UNITED STATES TRADERS
Main Offlce-120 Broadway, N. T.
Memphis Olllce, 285 Main 8U
WALTER BHEtlOBt ATTORN KY.
awllaadonartera for th PROM PT COLLEC
TION of Not and Acoousti.
erOnr Attorney will (end Circular! to all
who will write fr them.
Of Interest to Ladies
T will be money laved to any Indy oon
. temnlatine the nurohaaa of a Sewine-Ma-.
ohin, in the neit nin,ty daya to call and get
prioea of tne Lmlit-Kunnln. NErV HOMK
and ae their la'eat improvement, th. Auto
matic Bobbin Winder, which place! tha
BleiW HOMK aeveral year, ahead of any
maohln, now In th market.
New Home Hewlng-Machlne Co ,
46 lferh fear Ntreet.
Young & Brother.
Booksellers and Stationers,
a 19 SlaUa HU, SfemphiM, Teun
a new aurpi.T or.
GRADUATB of the WaUihmakera" Aoad
Praotlcul rtfttchmaker and Jeweler.
ar Fin, Work a Specialty.-
Jfo. TO Brale Mrerl, Wnaphl, Team,
v at yonr own boo
It oanaea, and a new
and iuaatul CEltll
yonr own home, by one who wa dear
tw.ntv-ai.ht year!. TruUi by ainat of
tb noted ipeciailit without bene flu Cdrid
iHiii.r in three month,,
buodreda of otbera. jTnli
8. PA til.
ew Tork City.
And rounlry More Inanraace (ilvea
Nperlal Attention, by
UKNEKAL IKNl'KAKCi: ACIENT,
Room 1, Cotton Exobaoce Building.
Taitllal It-.rcenlel, lli,(MM),noo,
airlnvitea Correapondeni-e ond Interview.
Ml. 11. L. LASKI,
Pbyelclan, Nnrr;eon ami Ai-counlior,
RE8IDENCB AND OFFICE.
3i:i MnlnNlrcet, Kenr Uulon.
Telephone No. HX.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
( IKE ITIIWAMAr.'
Rrmovil Complete. Neither knife, c.mitia
nor dilution. No pain, r.'o huuibui,
Adr's DK. 15. IV. TUTU ILL,
BOX ATI, T (
Aonnnl HeetlnK vf NIocBUolder.
TUE annual meetinf of the stockholder!
in ill, MiiHimiiipi and Tennenreo Hail
road Company will beheld at Ma'Ml'UId,
Mednosditf, NoTember 21, 18SC,
at which time a Dlrictory will he elected for
th, eniuinn year. Htockholilers will he
pataed over th road by applying to th
S. H. LAMP. Secretary. .
iMEA k McCABTHY.Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONI or THE LARUKiT BOILER SHOPS
In the South, and th, only complete
Boiler and 8heet-Iron Worki in the city.
anafetiirereef Meney Plate Iron
eaark ! every eleaerlatileav. gpeoial
alUntlea flvia to plaaUUoa avk.d od