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MEMPHIS, 1EKN., SUNDAY, OCTOBEK 31, 18S(.
VOL. XLYI NO. 254
Tm chances for iLe eke. ion of ten
Democratic CocRrefamen from this
State ara grod. Efen in the Firet
District the ra are the best reasons for
hopiug that White will defest Butler,
a man whceo recxd should eren with
hie party have prevented his nomina
tion. The signs are cheering that
come to D3 from every cast of the
Tub political canvssi has closed.
Not word bat deeds are now in order,
The candidate's 'have aald' all they
can say. If now remains for the
people to do't'ieir part by voting
for the 'nominees of ' the Demo
cratic party. The Apfial urges this
upon Democrats everywhere, not only
in oor own State of Teones-ee, but in
HiEsiasippi, Arkansas and Alabama,
to whose peop e we are close'
ly tied by mutual interests
Democratic : ascendancy means pros
perity. It means the rapid growth
and expansion of trade. It means
individual success and the happiceas
of the masses. What the party has
done in the Statsa named in
ine past eignt or tea years is a
naranfre of what it will continue to
do. Under Cleveland it has inspired
the whole nation, and the answer t?
the question of his popularity is to
come on Tuesday night in an increase
of the Democratic majority in the
House of Representatives. Victory in
nnlooked for places is to be oars, and
we are to triumph all along the line,
A last word to tha Democratic vot
era of the Second and Third Missis
sippi Districts. lathe former, where
Morgan is the party candidate for
Congress, every Democratic vote mutt
be polled to assure him so pronoucced
a majority as will deter Independ
ents or Republicans from trying con
elusions with him again. In the
Third District Catchings must tri
umph over S.mrall by a crowning ma
jority. The straight ticket must be
voted by the party regardless of what
superviEors may cay. With that they
have nothicg to do under the law,
Their duties, as their title implies, is
simply to supervise to see that
there is a fair, snd free election,
and that no cbstructions are thrown
in the way of any vtttr. That is all.
Democrats mnet be clear about this,
and must not be confused. This
understood, they must work from the
opening to the dote of the polls to
elect Catchings, the man who has, by
moat discreet and conservative coures,
won the confidence of his fellow
members of the House, and thus
secured the legislation needed for the
advancement of the river interests.
Catchings has "the ear of the House."
He can keep it if he is re-elected, and
xie muss oe.
. J amis Phlah and the candidates
for the Legislature from this connty
elsewhere answer some questions
. propounded to them by the Knights
of Labor, and they answer them fair
ly and squarely. There is no
dudgicg nor squirming. They
say yes promptly, and wlen
they say no, give a good reason for it.
We need not cay to our readers that
they fere' sonndly Democratic in their
treatment of thess questions and
stand by the parly precedents
and its declared doctrines. They
are, as ' Mr. Phelnn ' tersely puts
it, for "every mea.ure which will
ameliorate the condition of all classes
and advance the general prosperity of
the country." This is the true Derm-
cratic doctrine. There is no legielat-
ing mr c asses, because classes are
not known- to the constitution.
Legislation ? mu,t ' be - general
and not "specific in its
bearing. It must contemplate the
whole body of the people and not a
part of them. The legislation asked
for by the Knights of Libor is mainly
or mat cDaricter. won the excep
tions indicated by the candidates it
would be generally beneficial, and it
is to be hepei our members of the
Legislature especially will embody all
their demands in law, exeept the con
fiscation of lands owned by aliens.
To tbi people of Dyer, Obion and
Lake counties, who believe in the
ascendancy of Democratic principles,
it is not now necessary after all that
bas been said In the Appeal, t) say
more than remind them of the
bounden duty to stand by the nomi
nees of the party. No matter
what the pretext or excuse bolting
must not be encoaraged. , On the con
trary, it matt be put down and an ex
ample be made of the bolter by a
crushing defeat, The men who are
the nominees of the County, Senato
rial and Floterial Conventions are the
men who are entitled to tho
votes of all the Democrats.
The man who calling himself a Dem
ocrat lets himself up in opposition to
the party is a more dangerous oppo
nent than the man who fights fairly
as a Republican. Tha latter works
from the outside to defeat the Demo
cratic priy, the former from the in
side to ruin it. The bolting
Democrat ia trying to mount to
place by a division that would do
feat the will of the party, and make
of the work of the conventions farce
and a folly. The Democrats of Dyer,
Obion and Lake cannot afford to be
placed in any inch a position by any
man, be he who he may. Tha
party must be upheld, it
must be paramount, it must
bs a force superior to sny bolter or it
sinks beneath contempt. John H.
McDowell must be elected to the Sen
ate, H. Parks as Floater, and John M.
Parker to the Hone e. To do this as it
ought and must bs done, every Demo
cratic voter must stand shoulder to
shoulder and poll the full party
strength. The bolters ought to be
TO OYEttTHBOW THE BLLOAB
I AH GOVERNMENT.
He Has Issued His Ultimatum, to
Take Effect la Three l)ajs-Eoj-laud
Sofia, Oefibpr 30. Gen. Kautbars
nas ifsued an ult rxa'um to tha Bulga
r an govern ueut. He complains that
Ruuiacs in Bulgaria are maltreated
miMA ipih'ijmju, mm Do lunb 11 in
three days he do s not receive a satis
factory answer to his al imatum he
will rupture his relations with the Ke
gency and leave Sofia, taking with
him the whole pe-sonnel of the Bus-
siao Conciliate. Ine government hts
cent a circular to the various prefects
commanding them to adopt itriagent
measures for the protection of Rus
sians. A copy of tue circular was sent
to ( Jan. Kanlbar?. with a.feauest that
he furnish the names of tlie Rissians
whom be alleged had been molested.
Conspiring to Overthrow the Gov
London. October 30 A tlisoatch
from 8ofi to tha Timet says that Oen.
Kauibars attended a secret meuting at
which resolutions were adapted to
overthrow the present Bu'garian Gov
ernment and to proclaim a miniitrv
under Zinkoff, with Geo. Kaulbars as
bead of the army-
Who Will Be Prior Alexander's
Timova, October 30. All the Bui
guian Minister, except M. Nicolaieff,
Minister of War. have arrived here
to attend the meeting of the Sjbrar je,
to e ect a sure "user to nines Alex
ander. M. Karavalcff has finally
aiaiea mat be will not attend the
met ting. Tho Sobranje will open to
morrow, it is believed that ten davs
will bs occupied in verifying the elec
tion of denutit s. The Ministry will
abandon the idea of sending a depu
tation to the powers to explain the
.Bulgarian eitua ion.
The BnnlMi Tongue Cut OA.
Sofia, October 30. The govern
ment has ordered that the Russian
language shall no longer be taught in
the public schools of Bolcaria. but
that the German language shall be
WaJdeanar Will Not Orrnty the Bal-
lnan i n roue,
Loneon. October 30. When the
King of Greece was visiting Copenha-
?en it ws settled that his brother,
rinoB Waldemar, should decline the
EX i LAND.
Derllnea to Vindicate the Cloven
London, October 30. Sir Michael
Hicks-Beacb, Chief Secretary for Ire
land, in a speech at Fairlor J today,
said that visitors to Ireland should
not believe more than one-half what
they heard or saw. He declined to
indicate the Irish policy of the gov
God Proven Home Bale,
London, October 30. The Prot
estant Bishop of Londonderry ad
dressed a meeting today in further
ance of a testimonial to Mr. Lewis,
who was recently defeated by Mr.
Justin McCarthy in the contested
election ,case. The Bishop made a
fierce attack upon the XatioDal
League, and said he trusted that God
wou d prevent the consummation of
"le Tempi" on Knfland in Egypt
jfARis. uc.oDsr su. ht Jetnvt ex-
nla ns that although it thinka Eno-.
land's presence in Eivnt undesirable.
it wouiq ds nse'rss io trance or Ha
ropa to demand the withdrawal of
Englanl un!es it was decided what to
substitute for the British occupation.
Bkblin. Ocfober 30. Preparation
for next year's elections for members
of the R-ichbtag are actively proceed
ing. Efforts are being made toward
effect ng new groupings of the differ
ent parties. Since the recent declara
tion of the leading principles of the
programme of the National Liberals,
which is t sever connection with the
Progressists and to support the Gov
ernment, a project has been diecussed
for an alliance between the National
Liberals and the Conservatives to form
a middle party ecsent allv national
and governmental in character, and
hostile to the Progressists and the Cen
ter party alike.
An Anarchist Caged,
Bebxin, October 30. The Supreme
Court at Leipsic has sentenced Drab
ner, a compositor, to two and a half
years' imprisonment at hard labor
and three years loss of civil riirhta.
for "setting anarchist placards in
tended for distribution." The evi
dence showed that Drabner had
intimate relations with anarchists in
England and America, especially
Neuve, of the Freiheit,', and Bruno
Rei&sdorf, who was executed for the
attempt to ts?asinate the Ernnrnr on
the occasion of the unveiling of the
Tho rolltloal Aciivliyof Carlisle.
Madeip, October 30. The Carliata
here and at Paris, under cover of seek
ing to have masses said for the recov
ery of Don Jaime, the son of Don Car
los, are displaying great politieal ac
tivity. Some of the Bishops and
Archbishops are opposing the move
ment and refuse to allow special pray
ers ia behalf of Don Jaime.
Hew Cabinet. Appointed.
San Fbancisco, Oal., October 30.
The steamer Mariposa, which arrived
from Sjdney and Honolulu today,
brings news of the resignation of the
Hawaiian Cabinet and the appoint
ment of a new Cabinet, as follows:
Minister of Foreign Affairs and
Premier, Walter Murray Gibson;
Minister of tha Interior, Luther
Aholo; Minister cf Finance, Paul P.
Kanos; Attorney General, John L.
Ksnluko. The resignation of the old
Cabinet was due to the defeat on the
13th of the Minister's amendment to
the bills securing $2,000,000 loan re
cent1 y authorised by the Hawaiian
Legislature. The effect of the amend
ment was to secure the payment of
$700,000,000, previously loaned the
government by Glaus Spreckles.
Owing to this action of tha Legiala-
ture Ciaus Spreckles hss returned all
hibdocrra'.iocs to King Kalukaa.
A How Draft of Ine Fstrllllen
Treaty 10 ase Bnbmlllel.
Toronto. October 30 It Is likelv
(hit tbe Dam'nion GjViriment will
shortly raf ubmit to the auth ri ies at
Wasbing'on a draft of tlao proposed
extrauition tieaiy. tnorts will b
marie to obtun the acceptance by th
v aitaa rstat s tjoverntntnt cf a cer
tain amendment fth'gi'tte 1 since the
rjection of ths last t'rft by the
Uiitd States Senate ar.d cn'a'ed to
sett e the diBpu'ed p uuts betwetn the
two countries and to tender tho r tela
tiops more lntimrtte and cordial.
The Bolters Let the Cot Oat of the
tarlOTAfc TO TIB ArPIAl.l
Dykbbbubo, Tn., October 30.
Msj, A. G. Hanis, of Newbern, the
bolter and Independent cindidatefor
tioater tn this iirtenal District,
againtt the regular Democratic nomi
nee ior mat ouice, can a great many
CicuUrs printed, addressed to the
voters of .Dyer, Obion and Lsk
counties, and very inadvertently, and
doubtlfss nnadv'a dly, "gave the
bolters completely awBy." For some
reason, which wan quite a mystery
to the Demccrats of our dittrict, the
said circular (the few that had been
distributed) were ca'led in, and
cmuse oi toree worn a cupped or cu
out. Alter mucn oiiiicuity your cor
respondent has teenred one cftbe
circulars bifore the "giving away
clause was cut r ut. Tee word; cut ou
ere: "Potest pio'nibition." rhesentence
It begun thus: "ro tast prohibition.
I have conssntei to announca myee f
the Damorra'le candid U for Fioat-r
ia the diitrif't," etc. Now that shows
the very pith, subft nce and founda-
t on of the actian of the three bolters
incur district Fowlkes, Harris and
Richardson. They have tried t.o mis
lead Democra'8 by ciying prohibition I
prohibition! against tin nominee?.
when the real truth is the regular
Democratic nominees have all along
tie line nica to iivoia a scussine pro
bibition, or in ary manner diazeinir a
premature issu into politics, but it is
me very "coDDy- on which the
bolters are tryimr to ride into offine.
ana "to lest protiiblilon." they are
willies to dkoreanize and disruDt the
jemotraric party, loev arn more
devoted to anli prohibition than to
Democracy. We inclose to you a
Han is circular clipped.
Of the Little Hock "Uairtte," Pleas
nil? Surprised hy Ilia Friends.
ISrSOIAI. TO TBI AfrSAL.I
Little Rock, Abk October 30.
Managing Editor D. A. Brower, of the
Gazette, bas juet returned from an
Eietera healtn seeking and recuperat
ing trip, following his arduous labors
in behalt of Democracy, so spontane
ously put forth in the recent campaign
in thia State. In hit absence bis per
sonal and political mends gained ac
cess to his private room (he is, unfor
tunately, unmarried, a'though pret
ty reliable rumor has it that
he is to be wedded ehortly, and be
decked it with a number of elegant
and ccstly presents. On the wall wss
a large picture of Aurora in, water
colors, with frame of silver and bronze,
on toe bureau stataes in b roots oi
Milton and Shakespeare, and on the
mantle a very costly and elegant
French marble clock, mounted by
a figure in bronze, representing Liter
ature. A note, telling Mr. Brower
why the liberty was taken in entering
his private apartment, wss left witu
the gift. It is stated that his labors in
behalf of the Democracy and his abil
ity as a conservative, yet fearle.s writ
er, called for some testimonial of their
apprec'ation, etc., and bagged his par
don for the intrusion. The committee
having the ma'tar in charge paid the
Gaulle a call tonight,at which speeches
of congratulntion were made by
Judge N. M. Rose, Jndee J. W. Calla
way, the Hon. L. O. Balch, Maj. W.
H. Haynes, Mr. George W. Shinuand
the Hon. T. E. Gibbon, to which Mr.
Brown briefly and eppropriatoly re
plied. t I O) I ,
Probable Fatal Kesult or a Druaken
AflTray News Notes.
ISriOUlTOTHB APPCAL. I
Jackson, Tinn., October 30. B b
Johnson, an old and well to do farmer
who lives in the Seventeenth D. strict,
this county, and Porter Id man. a
brakeman on the Mobile acd Ohio
railroad, had a sarious difficulty in
Moss's saloon, in this city today. Tba
difficulty originated about an old delt
amounting to $50 that Inman owed
Johnson. They had on several occa
sions quarreled about the same mu
ter, ana today tney botn mat wnile
drinking and engaged in a bloody
fight. Johnson stubbed Inman two
or three times in the region of the
heart with a long bladed kinfe, inflict
ing dangetons wounds, whirb it is
thought may bs fatal. Johnson wss
arretted and put under bond of $1000.
to await trial next Wednesday. Both
men bare JaUlies and are clever citl
aens when eob r."
Mi s Jennie Maxey, lister of Mr. W.
D. Maxey, one of our grocery mer
chants, died today.
Miss Rachel Lindsey, one of Jack
son's brightest snd most accomplished
belles, is very low at the house of her
father, Capt. Ed Lindsey, ia West
A grand DemOcratlo rally is being
i all the wards in the city to-
t'rnaaed to DeatnSlsnt Fewosr
mploo-es, KUIlna-a aMaet.
laractAL to tbb ArraAk.1
Bibmivobam, Ala., October 30.
This morning at Alice Farnac, Wes
ley McDonald, an Irishman, fifty-two
years old, tried to squeeze himself
past a tram car on an elevator, and
was crushed between it and an up
right, so that be died in a few min
utes. He had charge of part of the
train healing about the furnace.
- Down in the Sloss iron mines today
Andrew Bats dropped a lamp and ex
ploded a charge of giant powder with
which he was preparing a b'ast, and
was killed instantly. Ed Rice was
also wounded in ttie bowels, and at
last accounts was in a dying condi
tion. Both are negroes.
A Coalition Candidate.
New Yoke, October 80. The Green
back, Labor ard Independent Demo
crats oi the Fourteenth District to
night nominated Richard B. Wright
CLOSE OF THE CAHASS
TUE BROTHERS TAYLOR SPFAK
Where There Wa Some Serious D
turbanco-Jiru White Hopeful of
Beating Roderick Random.
Isricui. To TBI Arnuul
JjNSSBjBO, Tens., ; October 30.
Three thouaind gathertd this raw
day to bear the Taylor brothers, each
being honored wiha"are, enthusi
astic oroceision. It w. s clearly ob
servable that Bob lnd the majority of
voterii, while Alf had a majoiityof
boys and noise, rouueni excitement
ran high, but whisky higher, which
with lioisy boys, canted Bob to ant
short his speech and Alt hit, fully
one-half, much to the regret of
the mass of both parties, who
were extrsmely arnions to hear
both throughout. Both were heard to
creat disidvantago, but they fully bus
taioed themselves, as Utual, as far as
they proceeded. After dismissing the
audience in theeuburb'.ttie crowd re
paired to town where tiumerous fights
occuried, one man being seriously
ahot and others slightly and a general
knock down. Jon shoro nevtr
had a larger .astewb'aje, and
th creat maioiity deeply re-
grot trio disorder and the brothers
leel it oppresungly. ; Alf told his
anecdote about the butcher who
charged that some radical had stolen
Ins two mutton corns anu leu one, lur
if it had been a Democrat he knew
he wonld have taken all three. A
nooi Republican darkey, Wash Gil
Alf tn tall it. Inr
that Democrat said: "He was just
right, lor when 1 go to a ben rooBt I
alters takes all oil clean and leaves
none to tell the tale of who got 'em."
Wash crested quite a stir in his crowd
hv his fianc ackcowledrement
Everybody pu's down today's work as
a drawn battle.
Butler was here, evidently hopini
to be benefited by results, bnt he mnst
have but small comfort, as quits a
number of Republicans will not tup-
port him. Jim White Is hopeful of
NEff YORK CUTS CAKYASS.
r. Hewitt Believed Ike Stennbll.
eaaa Would Make Ko Nontlaa
Naw Yobk, October 80. Today was
busy one among tne politicians,
practically cloBics the rpeakins can
vaas, as the elec .ion wi 1 be held on
Tuesday, and Monday will bare
to be devoted principally to executive
work. All of the candidates for
Mayor made speeches either in the
afternoon or evening. The Hon
Abram r. Hewitt, the united Demo
cratic candidate for Mayor, said in one
of his addresses today that
he had consented to accept
the nomination instead of run
ning for Congress again in
the belief that the Repnblicans would
make no nomination, and ao leave it
a square fight between the Boolalistie
and antl loclallatio elements of the
city, Had he known that the Repub
licans would nominate a cannidate, he
would not hate accepted a nomina
tion. Mr. ; Theodore Roosevelt, tha
Republican candidate, sal i ia one of
hie speeches In reidy V this, that if
Mr. Hewitt feared thaf the Socialists
or labor cannidate might triumph, and
if all he wtnted was their defeat,
then the proper' thing for him to do
was to turn over a portion of bis fol
lowing to vote lor the Republican can
The labor organizations of the city
who indorse the nomination of Henry
George for Mayor had a parade to
night. It is estimated that over 48,
000 men were in line. , The police re
serves were all held in the s allocs in
anticipation of any tronb'e that might
occur but none occurred, The pro
tear on marched in files of ten and wf s
two hours and a half in passing a
given point. Henry George reviewed
the parade in urnon eq'inr. n raineu
heavily during the march.
I HE THREE PASTIES
Enliven Ml. I,nnl With a Ltrca Pro-
eraNlou Uloaa of the Clauapaian.
St. Louis, Ma., October 33.-Tho po
litical canvaiw Jin this city preceding
the elec ion to bs held next laesdiy
pratt'cally closed tonight. La'go
meeting! were he'd by the Democratic,
Republ can and Labor parties in all
parts cf the city, and a good deal of
enthusiasm was manifardftri'. The La
bor party had the largest torchlight
vcciB-ion oi worklnguieo evi-r teen
this eity, and frm the
indications tonight they will cut a
g od dal o! a figure in the e'ection.
The most notable meeting of the night
was the Republican gathering, at the
big Exposition Hall, which was
crowded with people; snd at which
Senator John A. Lot an spoke for
more than an hour. :The Democrats
also bad rousing meltings, in which
several noted local speakers took part.
Thb enterprising firm ol I. Samel
SDn & Co. have tecared the ageccr of
the celebrated Ilernandes Havana
cigsrettea,bich sell at tbe popular
prices of 6 and 10 cents a package.
T. A. Deloach to J). B. Lemaater,
trustee, to secure II. 8. Guion in tbe
sum of $1006. hia one-third interest ia
600 acres on President's Island.
fi. D. Frayser to Q. W. Williams et
al, east half lot 7, block 31, John Over
ton's subdivision, imta side of Gal
hoan street; consideration, $1800.
Samuel I. Jobe at ox to Timctby
Paine, part lot 6, block 88, plan of
South Memphis, 60 leet front, west
side oi Hadden avenue; considera
KUYKINDALL PKCWETT At thoraa
Idonoo of tho brlda'l paraoU, in Colombia
Toon., Ootohor 28, 1886, Dr. A. 0. KCYtaa-
dall, of Grenada,' MUi., and Mlis Haar
Pbbwbtt. Tba Kav. Mr. Oraoo, of Colum
BOBINHON Oetober 90, ISM, Clabb A.,
wifa of Abbio Robinaoa and dasihur of D
F. Millar, uti tt yara.
FonoraJ will take plaea front reatdoBOo of
B. F. Millar, Ho. Ill Iichaars tlroot, Ult
(6UNDAT) noralat at 10 o'aloak. Frleaat
aroloriUd t bUS4. I
' I LONG fOBVOU TO FISSU ST PULSE
F.v Nighti and RatnrdnT Matlnen Com
i-tHiii nuauai, aui, l.
"Tbb I ddi. or tib Fes Lotino Pbblio,"
Miss Kato Castloton
The Qun of Youth. Beautr and Vivaoitr
ana oer ranoi1 i;nioianr or I'oaiaaiana
ia theUr.aiwt Laug hint Suoc.m,
Rtnnt'ru'edl Cr.tior thin Etui-I Bril
liant Alu el Ludicrovit BitnattoBj I
Snpcrh cant, includlnr. tba Faroritra, Jobb
D. liiiamr and Ebuib Uikbu.
Firit Act A ROAR. Seaon Act A SHOUT
TnirdAot A IKIL,.
Monday, Novambar Sth-WB. U8 A CO
Eugene Robinson's Museum.
Open Daily from 1 until 10:30 p.m.
Upan auurdayalrom IS a.m. la II p.m
Crowded Dally by tba lite oflne City
P. T. BAHMUH'B
CONGRESS Ov GIANTS
ANU A HOST OF W0ND8R8.
Al KTIIAtlABI OWSEDY VQ,
In oar kaautlful HIJou Tbaatar.
lOe ADMTS.-ION TO ALL !
Kfi.rrTtil Neat 1U Ritra.
"Tha tontlnuad briak aalai, la all depart
inanta, baj brotiaa th aaioriinant of L'olnra
Teitoraa and Hixi, In ao many nlaaiea oi
aoodiitm wo unit It aumulutsly naoaa-
y to UbbAK our shoma and eoanleri
AT A SACRIFICE.
Tho oarnot oorroatnaaa of tha ato of tho
word BAUturiuK you will BoknowloSa-o
wn.n yoB aximina
Drool BROKEN LINK of Praia tlooda, all
wuui, vioR.ni, uiii7, uv rr-i. Wr r far.,
double-width, o-nbraolna londlatCO ud75
and HrHrealeoa oriel? or dolors
Great Broken Line Dress Goods
Ffneit rradta, aroatoat yaloaa,
TO tteots nor yard.
aiubraolm 75o, 11.00 and f t.JB toodi twenty
or iniriy ainsr.ni aindi.
French tnd Ensll'h Tallorlnia Nobby,
How and Durable,
All New Prices Monday,
AND ALL LOW PRICI8.
Cornblnallont-Kl.aanl Swell All raduoed,
roiardloia of dlrability. Compare thia
waok'a sad loot waak'a iriooa.
1 MS W inch wlda Colored fltlk Yt'T"-
Kameub.r, tkta titmi Harfataa, and Bar-
some at nasjaan o saaAnat
Good Goods at Cheap Prices t
That Mast Be Sold Inls Week.
KRKMIR'8 WRAPS aro tbe kaadaaaoal
over ehowa aoro.
S 7S ASTRACUAIf JA0KIT8.
IS OO Ati'IRAOIIAM WRAPS, TAIL
A croat many Odd Wrapt, one of a kind, io
bo aold at one-half prire oobo and set one.
We bava limply tho aioat Immanee aaaort
ment that one could aoaira to aoloot from.
LIGHT WEIGHT WBAPP.Ibko and frlnte
trimmed. wr, an oo ana So ou.
LINK OP N KWU ARILlllOi of lae qsal-
la- . , $J J dku Aii
H i.lrW :n'8 CLOAKS In ill tltM.
In iwi lira v uu" mt fitti'IUI W 0SkI
7 7.i, VINE CHILDREN'S CLOAKS,
i in ii a rut (nv a i .
FOH 9S VENTS
600 Fine Dlrui' and Fa"cy Feathort, worth
82 50 to H 60.
7H Onfe-Corieta; the bnt io tba South.
S9 t enia Ooraetii'f many ktada, that aro
worth double and thrioo.
Of tho beat ahapoa that ara out at SB rent.
100 Fine Trimmed lint. Felt Ilftte. ' Lota ef
new ihai'.H ooming in daily.
TKf MJIIMi J1EPAKTME5T.
DALL TRIMVINtlH, M cent.
FUR TKlMMINiMin Lyn, Beaver, aluak,
Undnon bay Sablo.
Pilk Ponitee IUnJkerchiefaat 4,1 conta.
Ilandkerrhiera at 1H oenta, in oil klndaor
KRKVKH'fl Gnaraateod Oloyea at II 00.
UOl'HUirRTAIRKS.eUre aalit. at II 36.
ODDH AND KMUd of Oloyoa at tl 00, worth
O a enta Children'a and Miaaea' Jeraey
Buya an Imm.nao line of Fnoey Rlbboa of
eery wio b ana iiyio, worto twleo no
aUrDloatley ef Hanelsenae Wrnns,
fine ! Bilks anal Broeadei,
Klesnnt Telvets nnal III ho, Hew
miner?, MOST DAT, at
rothira fraternally invited.
By order ol
QUO. T. BARB It1
TT, W. at.1
Dodob C. TaauBB, SecreUry
TUB followlnc wholoaaJo heuiel era e
Mlrlnt afreih aupply andalwaya keep
II ANIIEISEIw S
Petere.Bawrla k Co. Broekt, Roely A Co.
Van Vleot A Co. J. T. Farraaen A Oo.
O. W. Joaoa i Co. Oliver, Finnie A Co.
H. Manafleld A Co. Kelly, Honor A Hell I y.
W.M.WilkaraoaAOo A. B. Treedw.ll Aj Co.
J. J. Wilee. , Fly. Borron A Uohaoa
O. R. Kyen A Co. ' B. lowenaUia A Broe.
Robeaon.Blork A Co. I. M. Aoporaea A Co.'
Ir.fu, Marie A Co. Fulrer,Tboreton ACo
',. N. Ratoa A Co. M. Ootid A Co. .
P. MeOodden A Oo. at eDayitt, Jamea A Co.
Buica-a k Fault.
D1C. 11. L. LASKI,
Physician, Hnrrpoa mad Aeeoacher,
RE8IDINCB AND OFFICB,
843 Main Ntraet, Keiar Union.
T.lanhnno No. M,
COUPONS of tho Qaroao notol Company
ioyonbor Irt, w
aid on nroeentetloa at the atuhatten Bay-
naa Bank, MeiBobie, or at the onoe of L.
Lory A S-iJlo
I'... M.w York.
W. al. VAAaXsTOTOK. TtMt
LODGE, No.NVI.F, St
I A.M. Will metln aUted Ta
ioation MONDAY SWIllW
, ISM, al7: o'clock, af
f kniln.ia. Vl.ltin. '
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD.
Ie-P!d FelicT-Holdem ia ISN6,
ivmmirM viiiiiut aj
ear Soeh a record la really ronarksble In it. exhibit of enera-etio and nk'llful naaaee
ariontand Hhora.1 treatment ot policy-holdera. The preatnt atiiteinent t plainly tho boo
tho ,rk hM or rti Klo and that la laying- all that need bo aald.-Za
( Vjntffwrtiai BullttiH, tt&nar 12, (Kill.
PURELY MDrVAL, Alt IIEXC'E IXSl'KlftCE AT VOST.
GILBERT RAINE, f
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Ifoom 1, Cotton
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHQIG GOODS,
Noa. 838 and 839 Mala St.. MempMm,:Tena.
TamaeaaM Maaalaclarlar, C.b rialJg. Drina. Hkeetfn. NhlHI.r. Kr
J. B. GODWIN, Preen. J.M.QOOMBAK, Viee-Pres't. C.H.RAUIE, Uskio4
WftttllHOll. TC V7c
Si ARMIriTIAD.- S. fi.
arA elo.r, r tne nteae mt texaMuwe. Trnneeete n aMneVkX tennT .
aamineaa auaei aivea nateeaaa
The Biggest, Greatest and In All Things the Best Show
That Ever Exhibited In This State 1
The Only Big Railroad Circus
This Year,, and Will Positively, Exhibit
' . .... jwr wiE miaVew, at ;
Great Inter-Ocean Circus !
Mtnagerle, Museum, Great Kaclng Carnival and World's
Exposition ot Novelties I.
THE ONE AND ONLY SHOW
'Iho Name Pcrformerg, FrerlHrlr tbe
Added to Imniearolj - m
and rmorn of nninlni
It will exhibit iiroiiao-
ly ai it did tbia Hum
mer in the
The Nhowfor which the Courts Adjourn,
Faetorlea ahut dowa, Bchoola ore dlaiplaaod, and tho Firat Fa ml Ilea form FnaMonnhle Cir
ooararrna. A ahow eialaalvo 10 all ita novelltea, roquinna- "r
wnile : an hold lie multtlariuua niiirrola. ahuwint eiunl
latrona.a with tba 8onth.ro Kanolltlon.
JUBT ADDED, three ol tha Lerieat, Oieaiteu and (irandeet Klepbanta In laptlv.tr.
Chief, Einprcmft, tuea!
To produce raell a Fearleaa, Delhi of an! Valorout Eaueatrina Saohem aa la
Tho only man who rldea who weara tbe Diamond Btnadea
oyer acoomuliahed, and waa rooolved, ororywhero with an unconnaea i
marked diatinctioa aorar heforo ojcorded anothor Arliat In the P'O'oaai , n.
A troupe of (oaalae orawny aura., irtuou
Tbo tlreat ana uraneoai aaoiouion oyer oru' "
dly tho moat maiaifioonl orer coneelred.
GUAMD STREET PABADE!
rill Uke place at 10 o'oloek a.m. Don't aaiaa It. Eieuralona on all RMlroada. Two Par
fcr"uVlMO- Conti. Childrea aader
ftbalT.. art O.nta oatro.
And Commission Merchants
ITcBo 84 and SO Had!on Otreet, Hcmlil
MemphU Balldlnr and Saving's Aaan.
TBB r'aular monthly meeting of Dlroctora
will be bold Monday Kventni. Not. let, at
T -30 o'clock. Mcnbara will pay duea during
baaineaahoura. Now aorioo open. Money to
Baa't. HiBBCB, BeereUry.
A MONTH. ieoHiMiri NaM
4 an aaxiNoMin.:
OOO.OOO, and Nut a Dollar of
- Rrvriwa - a - Nr -a. n. j. -r.tn
j. k. aoDwrs.
J. W. FALLS.
W. P. IrjNAlAJffl
trr 'i -urinj'
uitk" V 5-' Si,J
J l, AUK.
IihV n" a Hi wltf-
attmtton ao ttolieettoc N '
and MonHter Menagerie Coming
WHICH EXHIBITS IN THE
Samn Iluire Timta, Prcvl clf the Same
uud Lvt tquipiuoiitH. ,
i .The onoond only aho
reooenieed aa a iaating
inatitutinn which oa
(JI.0WIXJ ( LIME
KI50 ( OTTONv
The only ahow for
which Wnuthern Rall
for their patrona front
Wv Vbnltoune me worm
Cbr.milot BoK ftnd MdaU ol
innv n nnrrn .nrt nnJoubt-
10 yenra. OO Centa. A row roaorrod Opera
nEMOVF.D AI IVE, In from 40 to 90 '
minnUi, eompUiU, with bead, or a
charro. Medicine ploaannt and harmloae.
NO FAST I Nil. Can be adnlniatered wittt
ufatr u child or adult. Cull on
At Mra. Booktol'a aoeee, oornor Third a
Madiaoa ata. OvraLiATHia raaa. .
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