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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALSATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 18SG.
TO BE AIRED
Ea&ala'e JIoTcnieB.s Agalist Bulga
riaIrish rrebjleriaus After
London. 0, t)br29-ThestQlfmfnt
that Lcrcl Lv ton would eucceed l.oid
Lyons hb I! i bu Aabaauaiior at lana
gir Francis I'bil'P Cunliff. Owen
Wyi it is iiupoibiblH that be could
ba?e re gned lrom tbo Imperial In
Btilute, a was reported, as be hen
new teen appointed a member ol
that ins' itute.
A pb!ic met ting will ba held in
London on Mfnr-aj ot vorkinimen
and lmd ri Tracers, the object of
which Will be ta support the policy c
land reirtoiatiou and to express tyni
pathy with the American workin
men in their effort to elect Henry
Georf as Mayor ol New York.
Among those who will nit on the plot
form aie Dr. Ma donald and Dr. Clark,
members of Parliament; Helen Tay
lor, the Ber. Mr. Headlam, Mr. Slan
ders, an ex-member cf Parliament,
and Mr. 8. Mainville, of New York.
Cha-rlea Banrll, Horn Kalpr.Sprnli
Lodo, October 29. Charles Rus
Bell, member of Parliament (home
ruler), speaking in London last even
inir, said it was evident that Lord
Randolph Churchill r.'aliaed that bis
party must he one of progress and In
sympathy with the people. If the
TnrioB ilmlt with radical Questions in
thorough and honest bullion the
Liberals would not grudge tlum
cre( it for it.
A ITarajlaarfo IiiTmlon.
London, Oolcber 19. The altf ntlon
of the Uov&rniuen! of Q leeneland hav
ing been drawn in the Lpglelatire As
sembly to gold shiiros which are lining
offered in England, P.emier Gillith
has sent a cable diBpa'ch to the Agent
General for the colony in London,
Baying that be doubts whether the
schemes In question are bona fiJe, and
cautioning investors aiiaimt thera It
is believed the warning will produces
mining panic tomorrow.
BfraM to BUdao the IUI.
Pi'bmn, OctDbor 29 The Marqu's
ol Headfort has r- fined to reduce Iho
tents on bis etUtea in County Cavan.
The tenants bavearcoidingly resolved
unanimously to rctu'e to pay rents at
the present rate, and each will sub
scribe a ibillit g for every acre of hind
be o:cupiei toward a defenna fund to
be used to prevent their t jtctmont.
Want a Fair Nhnroor the Ofllm.
DuiiMN, Octohor 20. A deputation
cf Preebyteri ins callod upon the Lord
Lieutenant yesterday ai d complained
that they had not a fair proportion of
state honors and rilllcs. The Lord
Lieutenant replied that it was bis ear
nest desire to have the most efficient
officials, and that all creeds should be
represented in the government ser
The IroublenoMm lirrllnu ques
tion. Pabis, Oc'ob?r 29 The Journal dn
dt Bait eaystbat England mutt undor
Btand that Frsncs will not surrendf r
bar shaie ot the influence assured
her in Kgypt by her past posi
tion as a great power and bercolouial
interests, and declaies that as long as
England refuses to sa iaiy tue jusi ue
mands cf Frsnce, a cordial reciprocal
British-French policy is impossible.
roatponrmrntor Ibe Cuatonti Tariff
Pabis, October 29. The French
Minister resident in Tonquin has or
dered a postponement ot ttie new cus
toms tariff, which was to be enforced
cu't to Bad ber. but he can
not induce ber to give evidence,
as she fears that the would be obliged
to state public'y what happened to
her in one ehxrt moment cf her life:
butrhe hue stated ta ditcctivts ti at
ebe has never recti Mr.'. Crawford
since the tiiul. Mrs. Bogcrsun stated
that Mrs. Crawford's cnnfi s Oon t i I or
regiidicg D lko wns aciompaiued by
a tcrios of statirnints involving ether
men, srmeof which could not prir-sl-b
y to true. The ot j ct of D.Ike's
ncUs istsprrpire ttie way fjr hie re
turn to publia I f '. A large a- ction of
tbeChulwa electors continue ti be
lieve in his inniuenee.
THE RAILROAD HOLOC.iUST I
Pcabody llot l.
0. B. GALLOWAY k CO......Pop irrrote.
Kates ti W and 13 p.r day. acmrdina to
it and loOHtion of room BpeoiRl
T Hartman, Ark I Mutter. Mn
F liimini, MiH R A liiurj Aw, Tens
Ml.s Itivgins, Mis W K Cicjy, Mo
AlMliffio, M K F Abbey, Mix
J K MoNoely. Mist H A MoNeely, Mif
E C Walthall. Mifel J K Mclitoah, Min
W HJimoi, V J Howard, Toiin
0 W McKniiht, Mill K B MoKinney, Mill
A Tuiniikiai, Teon B H Morely, Vs.
F L W ilkinn, Mo H Ilranah, Mo
K M Fant, Miaa T C fdintton. Ark
C Weatherhrd, Tens i t Ooi, Tnn
HSheay.Tenn 4 Moriin.Tenn
E J Urief, Tenn LKO WhiUon, Tenn
N J Vivk, Mini Min K 13 Viuk, Mm
Mi;i M K Virk. Mln U N Carr, Tana
K P Smith, Tenn H D Tonilm'on, Ark
W 8 llayt. Ark T II Uildut, Mill
H A Kclilman, l' Hyueen,l'
(leo b Kvana. N Y Mra Wu.ld. ll o, Mm
J A OlWer, 111 K L l'ookhaui, Mo
J 0 Lnng'trout, MI'S V T i'uwara. Mo
Mn J 0 WriKbt, MiatHtJohn WaiMull.Mm
W H Jacauea. Miaa A Duticl, N I
.1 N Hl. N Y
J I Mflt'nnald, MUl
A llaldwin, Mo
A 11 Vourif, Tjb
F Mnnter, N Y
A U hwiftlw, Mill
1 L Lriap. tenn
i H Jenkina.
It J M..rrow, Ky
1 11 Kluart, Mo
Uro I'renliK, Mifl
Hum Uruinar, Mo
Y II McNuirr. La
II II Oai.TKO, jr, Va
W Hull, linn
A W Darruh. Mo
WW WhiUon, Tenn C J Phillip. F
K L WilktuK. Mo VT Uurtia. Mo
J C I)aria. la
W I. Hfya, ny
J W W bit, Tenn
J JiinVaun, Ala
H C Jenninio, N
J W Winker, Tuna
J Jbnin, N Y
M K Taylor, r
A K llohn, Mini .
W Lo in on A (, Ark
Waller Jiiiien, ai
Bam Darker, N X
A VV hinitli, !,,
Arthur HIiiKe, nia
J McDonald, Mo
J Monor. M T
H Caui iiboll, Tenn
W Alexandar. Ala
0 W l'eokl. yo, N Y
J II Mm iih ir.se
11 M (Job, Ky
K 0 Homer, Ark
3'om 1 1 in din, Ky
U Jaiuiaon, Ark
t-ydney llarker, n I
P (J Johnaon. 1
Win Mlti-hel! Ala
Laurenro Kuflin. Wil
liugono liocker, WlaHC Joliuatoii.Mua.
Itniry'a loroacan Hold.
Corner of Adami and Main ttroeta. Rooml
5Uo, 75oaodl pordayi Aiuatlcaa l'lan,
S2 per day.
vtm.i nlaBBtj.aldiiriint in the Hotel.
J. M.IJUHA' 11 yeara with l'eabody Hotel),
A Laird, III
j 11 liibh, Tenn
Mi'i L l'rioe, Tenn
A 11 Jonoa Aw, Ky
J R edberry, Tonn
J W Franklin, Ark
T 11 L Uilbort. Tenn
V It Muiray. Tenn
J Todd, Tunn
N K Murtin, Tonn
W W llurvey. Mla
J Jaokaon Aw, Tonn
A A Murlln, miaa
A J Tafoaro. Ark
W B I'rioo, Tenn
W L Mitohell, Tonn
W A Uarie, Tenn
A Flora, Tonn
J liarfleld, Tenn
J 1'opa, Tenn
T Travia, Tonn
L W Hmith, Tenn
J V Jonra, Tenn
K M Fr ernon, Tonn
P'l hornt .n, N Y
J t Wmter, III
1WEXIY EB0V8 KOiV KNOWS
1'erli-hod In the Haines of the nam
ing Train Hear I'oitnze City,
IV!?., oa Wednc!uy.
A F M"iitKumery,Mln J L Winter. N 0
., t. il Al
U, in llll D, IMU
(1 Keinpp, Tenn -
T I. llinuhain, Tenn
W T Hohh, Mo
II K (Irnham, Ark
J Van, Mo
II W illiaini, Ark
W A Mionf, Tenu
W 1) Hurt. Tonn
Wm Loudar, Tenn
A K tlreen, Tenn
L C Coiuier, Tenu
I) T Walter, Ark
T M Travia, fann
M Flilior, Ohio
T M UdifardK, Torn
U A hinlth, Minn
W I) dray, Tenn
Max Hirh, Mo
J M Meriiri-ther, MIsi
Ham Iutly, Md
W (i Ford, Tena
J Y 1'i tera, Tens
T A Cnrdon, Tenn
W I) Pi well, Miai
II M Stewart, Tenn
J (I Hhiirp, Tena
W R MclUiinay, Oal
A K Voniible. Tenn
U A SunUuii, Ohio
W. 11. BLNUHAM MiHioai.
Kurorean plan. Hnlarsed and returnlahed.
Frloea aooordina to aiao and luoa-
lion VI rooma.
n II Dnflln. Ark
( J Hyatt Aw, Mill
W 0 Moiby.Mia
MS Jay. Toi.n
H II Iloyco, Tenn
il N Smith, Tena
J L Sutton, Mi'i
W U Kranain, jenn
A Hill, Teun
S Curler, Tonn -J
0 Woll.Jr, Tonn
. lianlbara'a I.ntfat Hole.
BoriA, October 211 (Jen. Knulbars,
the ltusslan militaty adent, has aJ
drefted a irenh note to the Utilitarian
Foreign Mlnintor, In which he sj's:
"In view of the arrival ot Varua of
f overt men t emies trit s whoaiesirtn.l
or repoits that (ha presence of Iho
Ros'ian Ranboats thero Is wiihou'.
imporlanoe, I Bin cnmpolleil to infoim
you (hat thoee ftnnboati v.111 viporous
ly sQlrm their importauoa if eveutj
render it neceisnry."
Befaae to ItHlae t ttt ot NIpkf.
Viknna. October 21). The Political
Oorrefponrftncf says the lP(?onoy of
liuluaria havu Bout a roinmuuii'Ation
to Gen. Kaulbars informinat hlm of
their refusHl to mine the state of eirgo
at Houa and Varna, as be advised
Tbe Eanpeior on h llanllua Fariir-
. aliu noit-M.
Bielin. October iH.Eanperor Will
lam has Rone to llubertussttick on a
hunting recursion, lie held a pro
traded interview with Count Herbert
Bsmarck laet evening after the latter's
retara from Varzin.
Jndtre Wrtison, brother of the Preal
dent of the Supruna Court of the E u
pi re, is dead.
The fjoultv of philosophy has ap
nroved the ann'intment ol l)r. Erleh
8cbinidr. of Weimar, as director at
Berlin cf the Qoethe archives.
Lorn), Odoher 2a). The Earl of
Strafford is dead, lie was 80 years of
London, 0 tober 2U. Since tho last
report there have been ten new t'f
of ebo'pra and f itir deaths at Pesth
and fuur new c taes and one death at
""gLaboow, Ootoier 20. The space to
be devoted to tin exriimtmu winch
will be bold herein 1887 will compriaa
an sr.1 a ol iweniy-mne acres, in
Rmirantea fund alieady reauhvs 07,'
Vienna, October 29 Tho lower
House of the Ainlr an Kukharath has
adopted the cuntoiiu convention with
DIXIE AND MltS. CBAWFOUU
Blatcaifnt aa to iho rirndlab Ki
vraae of I he Lutler.
Lokdom, UctoDer ). At tue con-
slusion of Sir Charl.-s Dilke's notes on
the Crawford Cf.s J ne suRtstiid ttia
Mrs. Crawford animas was rtiveiiRe
bscanae Mrs. Ashton U.Ike threw
on him the detection of her intimscy
with Foister. "Mrs. Ashton l'ilke
aa alaa inimical to Lady Dilke, who
bad ordered hor out of the house at
Chelsea on acioui.t of her language
rinramlDi! her sister. Htrenuous
fnrta have been mide to conceal th
meetings of Mrs. (Jiawford and Forster
in a Hill street br.nhtl, but It is cer
tain ther met almost daily. The
worst part of Mrs. Crawford's story
nrobablr refers to incidents in ber
llill street career." Referring
m tt rrewiib, nia
CN Klht. Ark
W M Campbell, Mill
11 A Smltli.Tenn
1) J Ito aor, Miaa
S P ltowdre, Tonn
J M Hoberion, Mill
J M Coleman, Tena
Miaa 1, J llill.Tona
J i llarrell, Tonn
N A Taylor Af, Mill
J li Prewltt. Tona
N l.avv. N V
Mii C l.at-petoh.Tox Mra K M Martin, 101
JMartin.Tex , I Thoajai, Tea
W W Shelby Aw, Fla W L llrannon, Mhs
T 1) Hurler, Ala L Mntthewa, Tonn
0 llumphroia, xeun n ii puimn, iuibi
W T Strain. Xenn H Munn, III
W L Mamliall. oily H 11 Oarriaon, Tel
m..u iJru..,..l-:ti,.Tflnn J II Hal ihtirton.lena
II K tlreen, Jenn mra u u n uaioa, mm
U Wllkina, Miaa , J lUina, JHiai
A W Hunnela, Miaa K A I'ariah, Mial
W Mi-l.eland, Tonn J 11 MoCain, Tenn
II A Inkuni'onn nnnoiian, jira
li lt nulii,i. Tenn K C Jonoa. lenn
C A Mninbiu'k, Tenn R C Ilrowo, Mini
l A Monnollr&a, tonn n tmaon, lino
W I) Boat d, Tonn".' J K Speek, Tonn
J C Katill A w. Mi !' J inr'enlor, Tona
Mr A Mra Uuko, Ark J 1) Williarai, Miai
J llrownloo, Mini 11 II Minray. Mti
11 U Martin. Mtai -I It Murlln, Miss
X S Aiderhuldt, Miaa T lloliiinu, Tonn
u ill Viouienis, ivy.
Tli Sirw Unyoao.
FAURINUTON. HTBWAHT A WHITB,
Fatel li 50 tott por ooy, a.-cording to Uoa-
in n ot ruoina.
Mra It F Talc A f, Tonn W F Swan, Ool
jTu-WAUa-Mt, Wis, Oct ber 21.
TLouli a maei of Irui es and con
fined t hii bt d, Conduct r Bi a'L, of
the ill fated train that was wrecked
and iloi-t ojed at liio, v,as betti r to
day. He will recover. This after
noon he talked freely. Whst he ie
calls of the pifafirg ra in the coach
whose cccupan's were cremntcd is
important is having a beariogln es
tablishing t)e minimum mmbir
kill"), and iu aiding to fit tbeir
identity, lie reiiiembara and can de
scribe seventten people, and kuiwa
that theie were more in the coach. o
that it was evident that tbe futility
mut have been at least twenty, and
prcbub'y more. Amorg those whom
lie describes are Mrs. C. fe'eheter, of
Winona, her children ami mother-in-law,
Mra. R. Jones; two Bisters of
Charity, bonnd for Winona; Lonis
Brinktr and Emil WolleisJorf, of
Columbus, Wis. two women who
gut on at Chicago, one with a
child; Charles Bmnh, who escaped;
ai unknown man of about 40, who
bearded the train at Watertown, and
who wts bound for Maustnn. Wis.;
a man with a ticket for Hiiilwater,
Minn. ; three loggers, ticket id f r
Watuau, probably to go to work in
the pineries. This litt does not in
clude a novitiate who accompanied
rim Catholic sisters, nor Walter Scott,
J. T. I-incoln, Mrs. 0. M. Mohr, of
Ko k Island ; tbe commercial traveler,
Dibble, or Mrs. Lowry, of Milwaukee.
The latter is probibly a m stake, as
no snch fersnn is known here. There
ia lit! lo doubt that the thrcte pinery
men, whose presence on the car Con
ductor Searle recalled today for the
first time, perished, lie bud left them
but a fow minutjs before curled np
ftileen on the benches. The identity
of the Catholic sisters was fully estab
lished today, Mother Alexia,
superior of a Franciscan convent
at Winona, Minn., was not one. of
them as t Unit reported. The vic
tims were memb rs of ber convont,
however. One wpb Bister AlpbonsP)
aca slant to Mother Alexia, and well
known in Catholic circles throughout
tho Northwest; another was Sisttr.
Diunesca. They were Accompanied
bv Albcrtine Bchmidt, of New O.is-el,
W s . who was a candidate I r orders.
A Poriage disia'cu says: Ihework
of identifying the dead is p.ogrefs ng
s owly. TIib body of a inau whoso
legs and arms linu oeeu uurneu ou anu
whoeo distorted face bore evidence of
the terrible aginy he had suffered ws
identifled s IVuis IJrincker. The
b;dy of Emil Waltertdorf was found
under a nile of rods and trusses, li s
bead was burned t a cinder end v
ou nartipln nl rln hinff had hffn de-
atrnved. The remains were iduntifled
by a ling found on one of
JUS UllKKIO. 1UD UUIAICD Ul
Bisters AlphoEsa and Dionctcj were
(mind closs tocethor. One was in
kneelina pesture with ber bands
clasned as tboueh death overtook ber
while enstaeed in prayer, xna wxiy
of a man who is supposed 1 1 be Wal
ter Bco t was removed lrom under a
eat. His name was written on bis
collar, which stranse to say, bad not
been touched by tue names, as last
aa the bodies were removed lrom tbe
wreck Ihev were taken to tbe village
of Kio. where Ooronor Allen and the
District Attorney naa summoned a
jury preparatory to holding the In
quest. After the bodies bad been re
moved from the wreck eearcn was
made for articles that had been worn
and carried by tbe victims that might
be ot service lo snow wno naa per
ished. A hutful of these ghastly
reltca were picked up.
' .) not bclicvo that
Ayt r's SarHmrillu has
an cjiii'l na a rviut-dy
for I Scrofulous Hu
mor'. H in pleasant
to tnl; gives ktrcnKth
and vitf'r to the body,
a ad j.iixlucin a more
pej'lirjjieiit, laslintr, ro
inlt lli iii any medicine
I , r v c v used. K,
tTuint , Xo. l.lndulc.U.
I liuvc used Ayer's
taiini'ai'illii.in my fam
fly,, fur Scrofula, and
k now. tf it ia taken
Ualtbftilly, It will
IhiA tsrrtble disease.
V. K. Kowler, 31- V.,
tirei uNlllo, Tt-uu.
." l-'r forty yearn 1
have .-iiU'cred with Kry
ainchis. I have tde'd
all sorts of rentediei
for my coinphilnt, hut
found' no relief until 1
Ave r's .SuiHiiparilla.
Alcr liikiiiK ten hot.
tlea of l hi medicine (
Sit) eonipletely cured.
Mary C. Ameobury,
I have suffered, fof
yeui'4, from. Catarrli,
wliicli was soi severe
that It destroyed my
appetite and weakened
myayatrm. After try.
lug other remedies,
and gelling no relief, 1
be(?iiii to Itiko Ayer'l
8iirpiirllla, mul, in a
few ti i ii t lis , wax cured,
Siiiiill L. Conk, 909
AHi.my i at., Boston
Ayer's , Snranparllla
la su perior to nny blood
purifier that 1 have
ever tried. ' 1 hava
taken it for Scrofula,
Canker, nnd Salt.
Hlieiim, and received
much hum-lit from it.
It ia good, also, for a
weak stomach. Milllo
Jltnci Peifee, South
Jlrailfoi'4, Mass. '
Prepared Dr J. C.'Ayur k C., Lo woll, Muaa.
To DUaolve Copartnership.
arOur entire atoek haa to be lolil by Jan
uary 1. 1647, to Iina Ire Copartnership
our company retiring,
mw We oiler our iuitoetae Itock Keaard
If sa ol C'nitt.
flood Felt flats , M)o
Fine Fell Ilnta, ew bha.e , worth J1.2j, 75s
(looaine leaver Hata .. 75o
Job hotel Hata, w rtb from 11 to li 25u
lleautiful Ho ei', all Colon 3 for 10o
Ontricb Pompona n lue
Children'! Tnuimed Hata, wnrih (2, fr r $1 (X)
Buya'a Cloth, Velvet and Piush Caps,
worth $1 .. 50c
Ladies' Trimmed Hata, worth H 12 UO
Luna; flume! from Me UP
Ostrich Tin, 3 in Bunch, from SOo up
Hilda. Win, Fancy F'athera, Feather
liaoda, eto.,tiUilleninialj i.vtr fticee
ear Don't Loae Yonr Chance. Remember
lrom this day to January 1, 1887.
arHrlilul aa. Honmlng Oalflta.
ewTh fineit assortment oi COLLS in the
arcrllats Reshaped, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed
W-i4olden Hair Wash by the Small or Large
I offee Roasters,
AND DEALERS IN
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
0B Telehone 9ai. '
M, !i. CGOVEE & GO.
Dooraj,SHh,UliulM,1Soldiasi4,aIlkindii of Door autl Window
l'rames Bracket?, 'crolMVork, ISougta and Iircssed
Lumber, Milnglen, I.atli", Water Tanks.
All kludsot Wood Work .Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to 173 Wasliinuton street, Memphis. Tenn.
JOHS E. E1XDLE & C0M TROPE'S,
88 Second St. Kemphls, Tenn.
QvQ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS d
fj J -niclueH, BoilerH, NHwmtlls,
isratiiord Corn aud Hbeaiaiui..
Cotton Press, Cotton UIuh,
Shaaing, Pulleye, t ic.
SPKCIAI. HO l'ICK-We are prepared to nil ordertj
on a cor: notioe, for the oelecrated JtttMlnrt Pntnf
Wrnuahi.i.v. fnllej. We carry in stock over
Two Hundred Assorted tjiacs.
star Bend for Cataloaue and Prise-list.1
SLEDEBEOSMof Como.KUa. F. M. SOEFLEET, Eesiat Partier.
Hoi. 36 and 358 Front Street Memphii Tena.
BBtMIKI.TJi.lli. T.-Boardon the Hill,
Mrs. 11. C, Howard, m Washington
Park. Rooms lame; location delightful.
Convenient to oars to Manhattan lieaoh,
Coney Island, Lnna Beach andContral Park:
Ian In N' w nrk nln-. of .-nil
EOT k CO.
aiPOLEON UILL, President. TT. 5. W1LKEES0S, TJe-esleK
Jit 09 JJlllily .VMBMltU
(!it!Ct ESStORS TO C.
I' ' al ai
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
Sets in Great Variety.
'BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
er Agent, for the rrli brnt-l HREISWOUD VI f RIFIED CHINA, apecinllj
ndntc4 for Halels. Raatanrant tnl t(Bnilo"il.-sn
THE CUlCAliO LEAGUE CLUB.
Ho rnr. Hiined for Hot
( II Kmilo. Mil
M Hurry, Ky
t) Walton, ky.
W Turner, n J
It McUhee, Miaa
W V Stulta. Ky
W J tluica, Tenn
M W I'rowilt, Ark
It K lHilto, Tnn
T P Scully, N Y
W II liuan, Ataae
C M lUrdue, Ut
U M lliirvc, V 0
I! J ItirJiM.nii, Miss
11 11 aauimrn, mo
N A tllailiiiua. Xenn
K Lcrov. iduh
8 M Jm-kaun, Ky
K V t rancll, Ky
0 P Winton, Mo
W II Ltioaa, Mo
W MacmaaUir, Ore
UrKendale Aw, Miss
1. Joiiea, nta-a
K lloakina. Ky
U II Siicha, Ohio
C B Hlbriilae, Ha
A U Vouiu, lenn
M H Comi't.n, Tena
11 L Barnes, N Y
M A lt'iaKi, Ky
K K Klilriilne. Ark
8 K Mitchell, Ark
A J l.i nil nny, loan
B r" Ti', lenn
U L Dickson, Alias
1, H Kntchnin. Mo
1' Werner, Ky
K S Ituhnn, lonn
J W Tandy, Ky
T tircari. Ark
K K lloaalv)', Miaa
II HSIi iw, Tonn
J W hcntl, Miaa
W I' Stciihona, Miss
J W It ro in t n tf . Xenn
A I L-...I- 111
1,, nnrin. in
Mra K M White. Tenn
VI S Fimtheratnn.Miss
Wm emiior, Alias
1) I) llodica, Ark
J W James, tena
J lloajiird, Miaa
ti I. Alley, Mo
II M Unrii.lllr.Uo
W Wn-idinahan, Mo
1 Mi-Kunaie, Mo
T It chanoy, La
J Kiiv Kendale, MlM
J II IC win, Ky
W. A Kowlrr, Mo
T L Kasterling. Mlsi
K A Cottin, NY
K J Hansom, N Y
0 K Hurt .n, Ala
F H Vculoiky, Mia
J M Jiihuann, Ark
11 M Kendall. Ark
K F Roberta. Ky
W W J.ih.jnn. Tena
A F Alexander, Alias !
Bad for Kua.a.
Kkw Yohk, October 29. The Com
mncinl Advcrtier says loilay: Tlie
lollowltiK story, for tlia IrtUh of whiuli
Mr. Hooat-vfllt will vouch. Is In circu
lation: On last Fritlav O'Donovan
Kosa called upon Mr. Uoomvelt and
otlVn d to fuTDiaU him ths htarty sup
port cf his pantr and tl 8 vote of the
sue rot societies he could control if Mr,
it . ... .1. 1.1 . I.: . 1..
UiJlUHVUll wmim kivh nun iwn yuoiaih
a small one for the cmse of Ireland and
a mtiuU UrRBr oua (or t'.itt parsi nal use
of Mr. R ,Kfa. One c'.eck for "th
cau-e" wai to ho dated after the elec
tion, fo that Mr. Koo ovilt rniBht can
eel I' if In were not o!ectsd. The
cliork for Mr. Kissa, oa the contrary,
was to be di.ted rrjprr'.y bi that it
could be used at ouce.
Chicago. III. October 20. The
Chicago bassball team has disbanded
f jr the winter season, snd tne players
have gone their several ways tJ pnsi
tho winter months. President Spald-
inir sad. rpnuriliro neit years teem
"I have signed Huron, Sunday, Daly,
Pyle, r.'eller, llaldwin, Kyau, tJ ark-
son, Flynn ami Darling."
"Who is Parlim?.?"
"Whv. D.irllna: la the fami ui catch-
trof ti.e Toronto O.ub, and I signed
him yentmlay. He is 22 years old,
5 feet 10) irclit's in high!, dnd wrigus
170 pouutls. 1H has the loputation
ti bting a boo base runner and a
heavy b.ttler. He it)n thiow a ball
whh nny nf the long ilistinoe firow-
eis, being swift nnd urcuiate. Us is
teiupnraio, wLlou isauntier minx in
llow is it lliut vnu have not stent d
Wilii.ira'on, lljre.F int.McCormiuk or
I have not seen wilimmHon. uoro
cr Flint airca I loft them in St. Louis,
but I sha 1 pro 'ably u 'nr from them
at no diatniit day. An f ir Kelly, I am
not sure that he will play ball next
aeon. II'S brother is a hor-o owner
nf some prominence, and he wants
Kelly tt ko into that business with
him. K he dots play bill it will be in
Chicago. McUorn iok ia t ot ready
to say whether he will play ball next
season. Dairy DPle will probab e re
tire from the ball hold and devote Lib
attention to his ranch.
Mike Kelly was soen la the ofiVn ol
President tip aiding, lie said: "lie-
0rruick snd I leave fjr Pterson,
N. J., this evening. 1 sin not enra
tliat I shall play ball again. My
brother has a larae at tblo of trotters,
and wants ma to join him in the business."
The impression here is that the
c'ab which haa won tho leaguo cham
pionship for tr.rre succe'Sive Tears will
Vie compoftd largely of new and un
tried material ni-xt year.
s s s s sssssss
, For Fifty Years the great Remedy for
Blood FoisonandSkin Diseases.
For 60 IgtjS- (5 i5 ft nerer
Tear& PjJJJjg Jails
Inteneting .Treatise onBlood and. Skin Diseases
mtiled free to all who apply.' It should be
.carefully' read by everybody. Address
;THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AtlanU, Qj,
ss s s sssssss
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels c
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 12G POPLAR STREET. MEMPHIS,
D. W. FLY.
Lata ol Commaroc, Miss.
Confections. Glacca. Nougat Caramel. French Irmt Ulaccs,
Cream Bon lions, Fine French Handmade ureann anu
Ton Bonn, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
V, ran find tha-iii mods " AT RETAIL," in any quantities, at
Tlio Peter k Sawrio Co.'s Itctail Establishment,
o. 13 J flVrson f(reel,iloHcTlicir Factory.
Thsto ara the finest Confections that the Memi-his Publio hive ever bai the opportunity
msgrTry Onr "Xew C'riin l.oafw tlelloloiiw.MtS
Z. N. KST1CS.
8. 8. BPICER.
W. B. DO AIT.
S3. Br.IE3st C5o
- (Ut 0MOBS TO ESTKS, DOAH at CO.)
Vlolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Not. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tena.
IVliclcHiUe Dealers Bnd rnbllshers,
Role Aaants for the followlnr. First-Cless Instrumente;
RTTnTlSTAVA-Y and KjSTAJBE
PIANOS Kranlch & Bach, GaDier, ana wneeiocK,
OllG ANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American
mw k V'EW 7.00TAVB FIANO FOR l0.-t
nr.it. frt. rtlnrnB. XrM.211 and 82:1 Spooml Strfot. HfiiHlilw
W. B. UAL1.0RT.
W. J. CB1WFORD.
pnre Uoa L.iver Oil, witn uypo-
ntiOHiihitea. ia a tarn', alnalila ramadr
for cotinnuiption, ncrofula, ftastina; dis
eases of children, coltla aud chronio
couk'ib, and in all conditions where
there ia a loss of fleh. a lack of nerve
power and soneral dobilitr of the
rellisrM for lha Wk.
Xaw York. October 29. Tbe banl-
nuss failures thronnhont the conn try
durins the nait week, aa reDorted by
R. U. Dun A Co., number for the
t'il.,t lOlt ..J l. n.n.ta 10-
K v vu,..;,.h,.v,.uUivi v-.w,
j SPECIAL I
CRAWFORD & CD
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
Ami Commission JlcrciinniSt
372 & 374 Front St., Cor, flayosf), Memphis Tenn
J. a NEELY.
S. H. BROOKS.
H. M. NEELY,
(SUCCESSORS TO t EACH AM cfe HORTOBH
Old Stand, No. 9 Union-St., Memphis.
iiiMs City Hre & Eenl uis.
A OKU lit At
AJID MAUI .
WM, I. COLf . JAMES KXIXIiT,
Il aJVM li
P. . MTK113. W. P. EIIilULL,
OIHa?e--10 SSbiIIbai. Street, Meplii, Te
F. B. nERRON.
Late ot CofieeTille. Miss.
Late of Brooks, NeelyACo.
FLY, HEREON & HOBSON
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchanta
324 front Street Me" Town.
Fulmer, Thorntoi I Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
Ho. SOG Front af reet, t
oods & Swoope$
Busfffios. Wajrons and Ilarness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Kteam EnelneM. Matliinery of All Descriptions,
Wo. 332 SECOND RT MEMPHIS TENN.
AW AID PLAjnaChMlIX, MTT.IAM,
Doors. Sasb, Blinds. Molding, L Hilly
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar P8tfi'v: '
AND TRUST COMPANY.
li .TrL IW Prl.-'lukln. I'nwil.r m-nt.tn.
Iio Amnonl..l.lm.lnr''luiht. IT. IT1"-1,
fcitraa, VawlK Uotoa, Mo., Bargr d.ltolouMJ.
ma amiSNwoeaco: oka wn it uu
BROOKS, HEELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
PTo. 307 Front Street, i Memphis, Xenn.
LOUIS ha at ait,
LAZARijo i.b. i
J. d DANDWKRKER)
DAVID P. HADDEN.
JAMEd A. OMISKRd,
JOHN W. COCHRAN.
ANHRBW RRNKERT. BOL COLKMAN,
Viuiru H ROBINSON. WM. RAT7.KNUKttliJB.ll.
DeposlU rlT,4 la inmi ol tl and apward, and InUrwt aUowad oa tuna BtaK
--.wbi''aad s.11 looaJ InTMtm.nt Bonds and B.enrlHe
traatMa. and. In i.n,ri. ,xout, any tnanolal businasi wquinnt a taia and waponslbla
-arMVisana drafts, In ssmi to salt pnrenaaors, on all partly .
,iVwobTaoominodioas Vault for tho dopotit of Talaablas, whioh It at tb tamo. M
CBr tastomtrs. fr f taaj-ar.
D. P. HIDDEN. President, C 1WD. GOLDSMITH, Tlo-PreeMests
iUUa H1T1L4JI, CftsWer.
fanny, be y not
Uiffl- J total, 215.