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THE CR1EUL CALENDAR.
THE MURDERER OF A IlEPUTI
5rrowlT E capes Ljatblng-The
Loes hi tiieExpme Robbery
Habb'bo. Abk , October
i.n. v..! List reached this
crooka, proceeded to the barra-ga on
the West Side. Ex'ra service will bo
held in the Henera.'B con r iumi
row, and on TuesJiy be will review
THE SOUTH MIN LEAGUE.
OF THE RECENT KUItYU
AsrtR ix iri-coxsui.
Tilt Srw !
rAKRINUtr.N. 8TKW AKT A WRITE.
Panr-girTIIBB. ,. ,
l-.ato. 12 50 toll pat . uy, a-oording t leee-
inn oi r iu
OCTOBER 31, 18S6.
119 Declares Conductor Uankcy to
Re KeepoiiFlltle f.r the Accident
The Disabled Stcuiucr.
Mii.wackib, Wis , Os'obtr oU v.
wery imrrHK rUrrorlr We,, tUe freight r r,ki man who
onuteebaii-Memphie bj 8 cl a aid with be ng re-ponsible for
rreiij "alr. the terrible railway acddui.t at Rio
the cold bljoded murder it hu home
i. J.;inn i nntv. on the 22d instant,
l, t . j Hamilton, late deputy
01 i ir,.rn revenue in the
?"CT. in"; M Cooper, at Little
Vri iknntKo veara ago llamil
tod. wbl e acting as deputy collector
of internal revenue made . raid in
Johnson county on uumu" : h.
distlUera, amonR whom wis a man by
the name of Mulligan, capturing some
oi the distillers and managing to get
here with their crooked property.
ttShgu wai one ot thi who
Mcaped. and nothing more was heard
o X until short Umee?o, when
he came to the house ot Hamilton,
whfwa. reaiding on a farm in Marion
oouotv. and applied .ior work, giving
ployed him and he worked until last
friday aigbt without attracting any
SrTi.ul.r8.ttDtion. On that night
be left Hamllton'a house, and wen to
UiVhonse of a neighbor, about half a
i1a distant, to spend the night.
? fw.mllv hid retired or the
night Page (or Mulligan)
xioow, ".-" r:.: u. r.;m and as
crept into uie iauci
helayaa eep placed a pistol to his
toad blowing out his brains. He fled.
MraaiamiUaa gave the alarm, and
JKL iXomt men about th. place.
hu crime. Just as they were in the
act o lynching him another party of
1.; them oflkers, left
.nd scattered. Mulligan,
i.k ng advantage of the excitement,
"' "".j t ... rnturd the next
Wr.V.nta Valvule, where he
? ".r "Hamilton had twice
beer Selected Hhe.iffaud twice Circuit
Et;"w i ,Wrv county. He wis lor
V". r..r: r-nil-etor of inter
i? .InV and was a candidate for
Sheriff at the recent elections.
Naihvillk, Tbnw , (Miber 29.-The
,...- l.;Ko tha (nllnwins tBDle,
iK. r.mrial hot ins average ot
Southern Leeuue playera.as lornlebed
97 " r win. tu, i i
paaiue tecreiaij. -
be found of roucH Ittsrett, were a-o
manifestly "ny er'',?re;( yNtn.ul
fpacs prevents the publication ol the
avc rases of playtrs in their riBpectiva
IMDIVlPtAL BATT1KO atkkm-
CFcliiii'in, N J
I, Hrsiinh, Ma
II W Berilurd, Mi 81
,) V Murriii, Tma .
I i,.,hrt. N V
. ):iitr, Mo
II W H.-ool .Fla
T 0 Cruti-hticlti, Mo
K I' llarria, MiM
II Sloarl, l.a
W M Dean, N T
W L llohn, N x
PclinH. N J
W A tiiMik, Me
II S nV aw, Tun
1 y llonfull. Ark
b KlJuxbr, Trnn
f W I)' erton, Tenn
D 1( Warre man, Kr
I) SfJI iy. Ky
J l' M Lw, Mm
V- r" I'ling, MiM
Yi V liurbor, MiM
J Yi Turner, N J
V l Mxey, N Y
0 S Anttc. I
St. Locis, Mo., October 30 -as ue
days Pw the amount stolen from the
.V . t. ... Hiimnni'i car on the
BL Louis and 8-n Francisco railroad
la,t Monday tdgbt grows with a arm
ni Vapidity. F rst it was said to be
$50.0ooVthe; $70,000. then $30,000, and
per! ol money by the Adams i Cob..
UnJit the amount is estl-
mated to be at least $100,000, and may
Mgregate $120,000. Manager Weir was
seen early yesterday evening. He said
tTi '"poitsr that the best detective
fTi nnll ha found was work-
upon the ease, but that there were
many clews as to who I'Ptd
the robbery, that it was dillWlt to
lefectirom among them. The threads
of evidence were numerous, but they
.A.m hninu woven together,
Jud they expjeted to hear from their
agents In ? or two. Later in the
u, vlr received advices
which caussd his hssty departure
from the city.- Wberehewenlnoone
on the ouuiide knows, ana tno com.
I. nn-i.i. rafuaed to say. Mr,
KwdmI, manager of the 8t Louis office,
laid that impurUnt news had called
idm away aud that they had at last
Jtruck the light clew. They were
tare of their man, and he would soon
bVarreited. As to tbe robber's where
about or Identity nothing could be
learned. Superintendent Damsel, tl
the Adams Exprcsi Company, said
iut night that ttio company knew
who had robbed them, but that the
arrest would not be made for a few
days. "We know him," said be,
fand when the denouement coraes It
will be a surp isa to the public." The
manager luddeoly left the city lent
Hight. His departure ai uiuxpm-td.
i,. a.lmlta today that lis
loTi focU np f 81,000, but the s'.ory in
Snancial circles is that it amounts tu
IllO.COO. The Ustimony ol the train
Jrew hisbeen taken, aud the entire
Frisco lire is watched by pol.co. 1 he
tnM,nHer isrtill kept in cloao sur-
veillance, aud appears as cool aa
-v,n t, ratorned the morning fclier
a KhUki Wuiimj AHnilnordr
111.. October 30 i he
Rev. Jaeph I j Uout rit, piwtor ol the
tinii.riAn Church at thie place, is als
that r.rootie or ol a l'roliib.tion paper,
n,i w li.nl Il'iirii. yt Inch lateiy has
t,.n ir,in7 ft:nd anaintt the whls
ky element and has been more bitter
v . n.,i.il in itn editorials. Mr. Dont-
trit hu hinn told several titties that
the paper had be iter change its policy
thinn nnoleaant would occur.
t .t ntiil.t Mrs. Ueorie Orey went to
tlie pastor's Lome and attempted to
assassinate Mrs. Douttrit The would
be murderess wis overpowered and
v.n. nrto the otllcers of th law
and is now in j il. It Is supposed that
the whisky men employed her to kill
Mrs. DoUttrit in revenge ior iu uu
lster's work in favor ol prohibition,
Cllna, A'lanta ,....
Unlik. K . N.hville
Decker, Mioon m
Phafer, O.. Atlanta.
I Andrew!, Memimil -
truwon, -"- - -
Walin, Maoon -
Latin, Memih a..
.... . m . Lt
111 ..ti. jnniiiiiii.....Mi
( MoSorley. merapnu..
1 a.,inlifT. Atlanta-Bar
I Qillen, Harnnnan ...
I Hinni. Cbarleiton.
1 PuMelbaoh, Memhli..,
O'Urien, Naihvi le.,..,M
Molloy, Maoon .....
Karle. M mbvlllo
bnnilon. Naahville ..
Wey hint, Charleston...
l,ov n, Cbattanooaa,..,
( Kitmlmmoni, Aniurta..
j hauler, Charleaton
Neal, Sirannali ,
ICnlKitn, Memiihit ..,
Ke ly. I'bat anooga
INPIVIBUAL IKI,I)INU AVIBaOIS.
Powell, ol Clurluaton, rnnks flmt
among nut nenen: u nr en, oi
N abville,nevdtit'i ; Sowclorp, eleven' n.
Strict, ol r-avannr.il, leads thu second
b,iuciiiaii, wit" lintmau tlitra. Mriti
h)b) lm il the third basemen; Marr,
sixth; Hillory. eloventli. Board is
nintn nmong morisiops, anu fliainin",
ol Chittauoogii, Hint. In the right
Add Oilman, of Charleston, leade;
Marr. ninth. Harter of Macon, 1h
flrjt among center finlders, wl'h Bow-
ders down as low ss tentn. iiicnaee
Parcel! carries o IT the honors as lolt
fliilder, with Galdiby and , McAleer
tied for fifth place. In the average
for citchera E.rle, of NasbviHe ana
Memphis, s'amts Urat, while jaeuman
is fourth and BchellhsHee ninth. Tbe
twirlors are lead bv "Oyc'one" Miller,
Dundon sixth, llilly Taylor seventu,
Bakor thl'tcontli, Smith twentj-nrsi.
... , 1 - i.l.l U .. .. tin
on vvtunemy iiifcui, hub m.u. r.
lie came ts the titv yetetday and vis
ited the general ( ffijts rl tbe Bt. Paul
KaiUay Campary. He drew hie bbI
arylate yesterday afttrnoon. "elU
is '.'4 years o'd and cnmairied. He
declares that Hankey, the Ireight
train conductor, is wholly responsible
for the accident. The following is the
atihRlanceothis story: "Our irelgbt
train arrived at Kast Rio fidicgsev
ral mlnutei before the limited put in
an appearance. The freight tra.n was
too long for one side track, so we cut
it in two, switching one part on to
one of the side tracks and then, de
ticbing the engine, swi ching the
rett of it on to the other side track.
It was not my duty to close the
switch. I bad never closed it before.
The conductor hid always done that.
On the night of the accident, after we
had reached the siding and side
tra. kad our train. I had to remain on
top of one the cars. Conductor Han
key went to the switch and shortly
alturwar l paiBfd tbe car on which I
was standing He told me that every
thing was all right and that he was
going to tbe head ol the train. I looked
at my watch and dlecoverad, or thought
I did, that the limited train was late.
Jutt then the limited hove in siirht I
was horrified to see it run off tbe
-.ir a,nrtiv afinr it nassed my car.
In a moment the train wis in flames.
1 harilr frltrlitnnpd. and thinking
the freight train hands would be
lynched Aid. I realise that I made a
mistake in running away, but it wis
very natural under the circum
Wells says that he is ready to give
himself up when he is wan'ed. He
has engaged conniel in Milwaukee.
Tk. i,lur.titv nf tha three men bound
for the woods, who were burned to
death, will potsibly never be estab-ii-i.cH
aril thov. at lea-t of all the
niotima. will bs an addition to the
thrnrurt "ml'HiniT DeTBODS." C.N. lit.
John, cf this oily, said this morning
that three men, wnom as umiuveu t
be the same ones, came to his labor
auency Wednesday and wanted to go
Ninth. They were together, and
talked abnnt going to several points
on the Wisconsin Central railroad.
One of them was a large, tall man,
who looked more like a woodsman
than either of the others. He wore a
flinnel shirt with yellow bars; bis
parrti were In bis bnots, and he had
pplkes in his heels. One of his com
panions wore a dark suit of clothes
and a watchchaln, and did not look
like a lumberman. He is de
scribed rs having a "whieky" mouB
tache. The third and youngeet of
the trio was not over 21 or 22 years
r.l.l Tha Avidentlv did not want to
work and hoped to get somewhere
without having to car fare. Mr. St.
Jnnn aaw tha three standing at the
union depot at 3:46 o'clock, when he
wnt there to shin a gang of men
If all the missing people so far re
nnrtiut aa havlns been on the train
are not heard from the list of victims
will be swelled to twenty-two. The
laws of Wisconsin fixes the liability of
railroad companies for death canned
by negligees at not exceeding $5000
K.wehiat KraaovtHl From lh
Boston, Mass, October 30. The
UaahlMl atnamer Pavooia now lies on
the beach at Ralntford's Ieland,
whither ehe was towed laamigniirom
off it itnn Lloht. where she was an
chored. It wai discovered that the
steamer wai makiog water in other
than her forward compartment, so
mnoh an that hnr fires were CKlln-
a-niahed by the water in the hold. It
aa decided to take off all the tasen
vers romalnins on board and beach
tha vnefuil to nrevent her from sinking,
I'fan rjaasensors were all transferred in
safety to tbe city by tugs and pilot
boats, reaching here early this morn
Inir. Her maila and baetcise are now
being brought to this city by tng'.
There are two bad holts in the bot
tom o! tlie steamer. - - - "
Mortality report for tbe week end
ing Baturtlay, October SO, 1880, at 8
Ten M O .ld nun, Mo
Jl pevy, i
II While, linn
II X iliiinea, Mo
D P yen, Uotroit
(I I, lJurloy, La
W H Mi'liee, Mill
C 1 Jnckron, La
O K Miuon, Ky
BT Atkioion.N Y
O U llnrrtll, mill
II M Hayes, HI
W M Clark. HI
F N Lockett, Mo
M L Henry. Tenn
C M Bimpton. Ark
v Kobenon. lenn
tl' Tut.. N Y
(! .1 l'ltherbridge, J!4 X
W llnrett. Tana
11 W Mc'-orry, lenn
lien I rione, La
H U (liiQin, Ala
K U V anklin, Ky
Mn Alkineon, N Y
IJ II liuller, Mill
C V Bacon, I 1
K D Farrell, Mo
B LCook. Tenn
11 R WaUon, Ark
V. B Peanon, Ark
D Buck ey Aw.OhioMiHi Buckley, Ohio
1. Laurence, InU l LITi"'
B Hichardion, MUiBM Aldtnan Tenn
A J Woodhull. Ua T M Kyan.ua
A M B'nolair Mo hi Mo
I B Wauon, Mill B T I'eikiiii, Mill
K R Heed, Tenn T 0 h'tte II, Tean
JH Dean, La K T MoMluter, La
It J Newiem, Ala A n ooruKa-.
Jl J Vrenoh. Tenn B L Bedford, Tenn
J B Rnii.il Aw. N Y H J Waihburn. ill
K K Roblnion, 111 n J; UU"V;,UI
Bam Kly. Ala B B Blackburn, Ala
8 R Erwin, Ark R rheppard, Ark
H T llogan, Ky l i'"! "V.
, Mill Jl 31 11"I wum.
0 U Lindiay,
DeilTy'a Enropean Halcl.
Corner of Adami and Main itraeta. Roomi.
BOO, 700 ana l per oay .
U per day.
Flrt olnaiReiUurant in h Hotel.
, M. DUi FY (10 yean with Paabody Hotel).
11 V B'mmona, Ala
RB Miller, Tenn
h C CoonortT.nn
0 Funnell, Tea
B Btereni, Tenn
H Duff, Md
Max Kick, Mo
U w Jonei, Tenn
J P Slater, Tenn
II WlUiami, Ark
A R Vernalin, Tenn
W I, Hurt, Tenn
T K "uaith, Ttnn
L B Gould, Tenn
W OBIaokwond, NCMriJ Wlison.ionn
R M Frleiron, Tenn
Alex Laird, III
W M Btawart.Tenn
J (1 Blwrp, Te-n
J T Wilhami, Tenn
tti-n Reinpp. Tenn
J W Franklin, Tenn
John Van, Mo
l'tter Ford, Tenn
Mn E V Weill At, Tax
C M Black, Tenn
J 11 Todd. Tenn
J K Murphy, Tenn
LH William, Ohio
7 Phelnn, Tenn
J Y Maiinty.Tenn
J B Pickett, lenn
1 no not btlieve that
A jei-'a Hiir-aparilla lias
an cgiuil a remi'ily
for Bcrofulotia Hu
mors. It is pleasant
to tuko,Blvt;i streiicth
ami vltror to the body,
and produces a more
periniineiit, hiftinp, ro
suit thiiu any medicine
I ever useil. K.
jjalties, No. Liudale,0.
I have us-ed Ayer'a
Sauaparilla, in my fam
ily, for Scrofula, and
know, if it is taken
faithfully, It will
this terrililc ilisciwe.
W. F. Kowler, M. D.,
For forty years 1
have Kull'creil With Ery
aluelus. I luive tried
all aorta of remedial
for my complnint, bul
found no relief until J
After taking ten bot
tlea of thla medicine I
am completely cured.
Mary c. Ameaoury,
I have Buffered, fof
years, from Catarrh,
which waa ao severe
that it destroyed my
appetite and weakened
my ivstem. After try
lug 'other remedies,
and eeltlne no relief, 1
begau to take Ayer'a
Barsapariiia, anu, in a
few months, was cured,
Susan L. Cook, 909
Albnny at, Boston
la stinerlor to any blood
purifier that I have
ever tried. I have
taken it for Scrofula.
Canker, and Salt
Ithcum, and received
much benefit from lu
It la good, also, for a
wean stomacn. aiuiio
Jane Peiree, South
FLOYD k CO.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Uaaa.
Price 8)1 1 all bottles, SB.
Mrs Sawyer, 'l enn
OC Hedriok, III
U L Moore, Ky
r .1 Tt.rnMfl. KT
(4Kittin.er.Ky M W Kinorn Aw. ill
R M VVHion Aw, Ark W T Owens, Tenn
1 Jlleini, Pa JBMoon, Ky
A W Danigh, TennJM Fattenon. Tann.
W. D. BIRO QAM .Miio.
Buropean plan. Knlanted and returniinao.
J 8 Swayne, Tenn R T Armstrong, Ala
F D Btev.ns. Mils F i'
Mis 8 A Wilson, Mlsi 1' W Black, Mist
J U Leilie, Tentt... T Barham. Tenn
Miss U Bilmon, Ultl m a n.u. , ,
0 B Parratt. Tetin Jjid Parrett, lonn
R penon. Tenn Mn Hill. Tenn
Miss Williams.Tenn S M Harrli, Mist
Mn Alcorn, Mill MOavin.Tenn
1 K Bpsed? Tenn J 8 Mc Oowan, Tenn
T Taylor, Tenn K I! Bailey. Ohio
v ur uiiaaas-. ra i iv marci uiu
ft 4 Ji,. Tenn Wm Donts, Mist
tton of rooms.
to tise and looa
(5CCCES90IIS TO C. H. EitlCII),
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
. .TDicirn nix A. DcelaJay
AK,nU for the eelebratea UK"""""" ' V. -.k. -
GEO.ABSOLO.T.-Prefl. . H. K 8 t S9 k T. u'r
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
m- Country Stores, Dwellings and Ginbonse Speeialty.
tor Losses Adjusted Promptly, and Paid at nempUM.
W. . WILKKKoON, uav.nnnvuv.
W. P. TlTTWA V A Hi, I-
J. W. RICHAKDSOM. T. t. uurua
BIMRj JOHN ARMTPTKAD.
rT.K. W1LKESS05, Tk-rr4ie
WJ an sTl I
nfoTTitihip ri t h'ipp a, ph' m n
illuiliUliliJ uiii niu . uuu luiui utfi
aiaiaa taevp.ra"'. V
A SKUKBAIi FIBS A
at nrro nc A Mil I inMlfini I ARS FULL PAID CAPITAl
AUUAnil.llUl nraii-wi.- .- .
w u r nnrj-. JA'HK8 ELLT. W-f.J.0ll
HT US. W. . ZtULMUU. M:
rt- Wo.l ! An street. MempM, Tcnil
VWItvC- a' ' - .
M Rlalien. Milt
J L Webiter, Tenn
W P Painter, lenn
II Williams, Ark,
J R Rookwood. Wit
11 Tl KhanH.. Iklila
H WIUUmsAw.Tenn Mrs W Vt hite o. Tex
H ) Bulord, ijra r'F".V". .
K Manning, Mils H I. goote, Mill
J Clarke, miss "
I I. I'rltt.nilnn. I II R Rioe, Tenn
iD Hon'ton As, Mlsi Mils M Kl ett, Va
. rs H K Cox, Mist K0e. j Him
l fl lowo, mist x
A Karnes, mo v n , V"UUI
M F Ayoook, Ala Mrs J P Bobo, Mill
0. B. GALLOWAY CO.. rsoraiaTOM.
Kates (a no ana to p.r "
tiae and loeation of room Speolal
Q Donol, Mo . ,
Mrs M Williamt, Ark
B Puneh, Mo
O E Franoh, Mo
J Blancett, Ark
0 0 Holmes, Tenn
A B Youna-.Mo
H W Bradley, Tenn
FW Flint, Oa
TO White, Mo
J H Uotohkiii, Tenn
C Lindeman, 8I
WT MoVaugh. NY
B 0 Boyd, Ohio
II A Moore, Miss .
T L Bkmner Af. Dak
M II Robinion, N Y
C H lngenon, Mo
J Wise, Ohio
W F llouoh. Mo
tl minor, xii
U Branch, Mo
Poarlreai TTear oioa Hawro
Aboal at ilrl.
niTT. N. J . October 30,
7m Dingnall and Geo. May. two 14
year old bite, living in the aame
v.nu nn Wnnilward atreet. Quarreled
last nlabt over a girl. Botk whipped
oat a kuite and commencsd Blaahir.K
Hrthi hnva (iniffht until they were COT
ard with b'.o id ami grew too weak to
fight any longsr. U.ngnall had aeven
trnha and May five. 1 his morolng
DinKnall'a parent- made complaint
iraiant May. and he waa arrested.
lJiDgnall ia at bis home la a dangerous
Sm rnrtare 'levll to the
1mm of Oyer aio.VOO.
, C1.ITBLAKD. O. October 30.-Ei
win Booth ilojd his week's engige
ment at ihe opera bouse tula evening
befjre a honse picked from pit to
tlome, appearing ai "ligo." The en
gagement waa the most eacceatfoi, fi
nancially and art Udi ally, in tbe an
nala cf Oltyeland'a drama, the entire
week's receipts agKregatlng $l5,2Ub
tBeaevml talvat.oa Boolblai Cbleaa.
i CatoAOO. 111.. October 30. Gen.
Itnnth. a imm nd r in chief of the Hal-
Tation Arny thrrughout the world,
arrived here at 8:30 o'clock this even
ing via the Michigan Central road. He
ia accompanied by hie ataff, Coinmls
aioner fcSmitb. of New York, who has
char fie cf fje Amer cn arm, aud
ITol. Uowd-l. if England. Ihe party
waa wehomrd at th depot by a braes
band mod soma "A)3 soldier, araorg
whom were a d ao or more women.
Gen. Booth aod bia companions got
into aa open carriage, which was in
waiting, atid eecorted t y the band and
the soldier, tbe latter cany log torcbe.
elrniOB. WBlUUUHute auu eucifuviixa
OUR F2ENCII UCESTH
To Vlall Wawhlngtoa and thea Mon
treal Ie 1, appa i:alla
a visit from
late In tbe
fsein Anion ...
In l)r Coi-hrar.
n H A rieiacr
R Johnson. ..-
in m mroyor
n of Nancy.,
g li Jobaioa,
In of Bmtth
eon. of brain
AO Franklin, Tenn
R Head, Tenn
Q DeoKer, Ara
J D McBride, Tenn
H D Pellon, Ky
J N Verdin, Mo
V Vnarlan, Ark
JohnBalrd, N Y
Mrs I) Axteie, Va
J II Hioe. Mo
J W Hansell, Tenn
D W Andrew!, Maas
0 Waiuwright. Pa
H W Turtoy.N Y
H II MoCaleb, Wla
J 1) Reeves, Mo
N Bauer, lnd
Mrs W Van Phil, La
T Downey, Mo
A Blake, Tenn
W Ruffin, Ala
B B Mitchell, Tenn
W Barnett, Tenn
R J Morgan, Tenn
T B Yancey, Tenn
II F Kattman, Mo
Jll haridson, Ky
R Scates. Tenn
It W Watkins, N Y
C R Carrinaton.va
II H Matlaok, Ky
W 0 Kwing, Ohio .
J M Mean. Mo
Clyde l.enke, Tenn
T) V Kl. Tenn
(1 JunM. Tenn
i Lemon, lenn
J Murphy, Tenn
M MoNlillan Jenn
J H MoDavif.Tenu
II Ijaogstin, lenn
W FTavl ir, Tonn
T Johnson, Tenn
P B Jaokson, lenn
HJ Campbell, NY
J B Milliard. N J
To Dlesolve Copartneralilp.
.nHa .tl.. atnk tin. to be sold by Jan1
nary 1, 1887, to Dlw.lve Copartnership
our company retiring,
atsrWe oder our lmmenie ttock Kegara
lena or Coal.
Good Felt Hats X'SrST
Fine Felt IlaU. New Shape , worth 11.25, 75o
Oenaine Beaver Uats -vs - ISz
Job Lotot Hats, wcyth from II to J6
Beautiful Ro-es, all Colon .-8 lor 100
Ostrich Pomponi......... ."---..".----""--4
Children's irimmea new, wnr.B , .. .
Boys't Cloth, Velvet and Pluih Caps,
Orth $1 e.eeeaee .........
Ladles' Trimmed Halt, ilorth 4 K 00
Long Plumes from;.. UD
Ostrioh Tips, 8 In Bnnch. from -..Wo up
Birds. Wines, Fjney Feythers. Feather
Beads, tto.,at Bldtcalopaly 1.0 m Ptleeo
rTWt Lo.e Your Chance. Femember
Iron, thli day to January 1, 1887.
OT Bridal and MoornlDg Wntflla.
awThe Unest astortment ol DOLLS in the
atr-Hata Reshaped, Feathera Cleaned, Dyed
gerftolden Uai'r Wash by the Small or Large
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
c-.vm wo-inaa. Rnilnrs and Tank Wort, Cotton Gins, CottOL
. jwood Pulley8t shafting, Agricultural
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
Corn eEtixcl Saw '$JLmnsi
Vlioe. u. j -,tm.iai.
W. H. BEOWIi
ynsnr -.i.nt sr Siw
Liberal Advances on Consignmentt.
2CO yront Strecte : I Memphis. Tenii,
7j3TmULxx1S. of late J. R. tiodwln A Co. JAB. YOHttK. late el JU WCaldwcdl A Ot
MULLINS & TONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Oerchants
No. 1 Howard'g Row. Cor. Front and Union. H ftmph.g.
intl. of bowtlt
Niw Ycbk, October
Louis Napoleon recdved
Oount do Leseps today.
itaited for ashiiifcton
The French delegation today viotted
Wsr.l'a Ialand and made a tour of ita
institutions. Tonight they will be the
guests of the Hamilton Club, Brook
lyn, and in the morning they will
maas a nvina viBit in company wuu
Levi P. 'Morton and M. Aogoato
Coudert to Niagara Falla, returning on
M- ndiy n'ght. It ia expected tuey
: ill visit W.ahlngttin Wednesday to
nav their rtepects to the President,
and when they return they will de
cide on which way they will go to
Montreal. Count de Leesepa wilt not
accompany them to Moutreal, think
ing ihe Journey too much ior mm.
A Has I.lvte a Week Wllh Hie Spinal
Babauoo, Wis., October 30. Jokn
A Hamilton, a stock man of Evans
ville, who fell from a car at tbia eta
tit nOvtaber 82,1 and broke his neck,
wbicb reeultud in a complete paralysis
ol the body fiom Ihe neck downward,
d ed at bis home Thursday night A
pest mor em examiration was made
yeittrdiy by1)rs. McKennon and Ko
g'isb, of th! city, an Med by the doc
tor) if Evansville. The elimination
showed that tbe rp'r.al crrd had been
hrokn and eitirely dieconnected.
How the man lived a week in such
condit 00 is a mystery which the doc
tors ca&aot luttou.
DietribnUon by Wards First, 6',
Hecona, o, mini, -, uunu. 1,
Fifth, 6 i Sixth. 3; Seventh, 4 i Eighth,
8: Ninth, -; Tenth, 2. City Hospital,
1. Still born, 1. White, 15. Colored,
16. Total, HO.
T. A. WILLIAMSON.
Storetary Beard ol Health.
S K Vaughn, Ala
B Duncan, N J
H II Diiak, Tenn
W I) Beard, Tenn
K P Smith, Tenn
II D Dyer., Mo
J M Murphy, Ky
KF Fuller, NY
C Klmrael, Ohio
Q V Tntum, Ky
A Childers, Tenn '
lion ltrii'gle. Mo
Z T Hirris, Tenn
K H Ooodvear, Tenn
J II Poet in, lonn
J Harris, Tenn
T A liiodayn, Tenn
.1 .1 llnhme. T.nn
I. It McConnice.Tenn
J A Denie. Tenn
Li W l.ako, Tonn
B Weiulitiniin, Tenn
HO Jones Aw, Tenn
JV organ Aw, NY
8 0 Jamison, la-
fJaJoiv oerfect gubttltute or Motheig
Mttk, Invaluable In JholerO inmnjun,
a T eethlng. A ,g..t.d 7ood for Dya
peptlca, Oonaumptlvoa, Convalescenta,
ferfeot nutrient In ell Watting D I sense a.
Beqmlree no cooking. Our Book, The Car
and Feeding of I nfanta, mailed free.
Grand AUOTION SALE
Of Choice Selected Imported
Confections, Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Cream Bon Bona, Fine French Handmade ueams anu
Bon Bona, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatiaes.
You can lnd these goodt " AT RETAIL," in any euentities. at
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail EitaMishment.
No. 43 Jcfleraou Street, Opposite Their Factory.
tha ilneit Confection! that the Memphlt Pnblio have ever nag me opportuu.
tocirchaie. . ...
fiiirTry Our "Kew Cream I.oaf" "lieiioioww.
At Colon Sine Tarda, Memphis,
. V. ISTIS.
8. S. gPICEB.
jr. b. wa?.
J.IESst zSlw C?C
mnccEoaoss xo zmtes, iioaw co. 'v1
Wednesday, Nov. i7, 1836. sLolesale Grocers and Cotton Faciorfl
(Sale Begint Promptly at laooucl.) f. ,. , rf y Cj-g-a H8mnni8, I BP. l
Wholesale Dealer- and Publishers,
Sol. Agent, for th. following Firat-Clu. In.Unmwta,
STEliSTWA-Y and In A.i3Jii
PIANOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
OBGANS Clougii&WarrcD, and Smith American.
ater A NKW T.0OTAyiPlAH0I0$m.- ..
IVoa. gal awn wettatna ..LjL.
THIS Imports ion of Holstein CaWa hal
been made hy us under the auipioes ot
"The North American Holitein Herd Book ijTt
Assooiatlon," a. loundalion stook fur fine IJ".
herdt in the South eiteren States, and em- H A A
braces only sui-h animals as nave i"i , .u-.j
i s . , ...... BHn. nrm Ik ana I
iu ue iuhhu . : .
uno'tailon his heen reg,,t?,1',
th Holland Herd Book of Hoi- j
ill also be reglstored I In The,
butter-reoords to be louod In .
7, be entire imp
n the "North
anu. "-.-,- "J i,--Jfc America.
florin '"""."r T. n..t Hoi-
moracina oo n.ii... - " - -----j of
land num. ai.o. --r::-. f
i tPantmodore Perry'a tjtaodaoa.
' JacasoM. Mioh.. tOotober 30. Sam
8. Fay ton waa discharged from the
nriaan today, his sentence of five
r i r-i u i I...L.
years iur a x'etriiti uuigiai xiktiu;
expired. A special luUrest attaches
to I'ayton, beciuea ho la a grandion
nf Uuinmodoro rerry. and la aud,
.lnrirx? hie incarceration, n nave Deen
lft a fortune of $250.1X10. He baa
been employed aa the prison phy
Befoaed to LUI.b to the Aaarehletg
f Cnioaao, III., OHober 80 Abont
noon today Attorney Salomon, of
eonosol for the anarchists, appeared
before Jndgs Gary armed with a atack
of law books and asked to be heard on
tbe motion for new trial based on
the documents eubmlt'ed to tbe court
a few days since. Tbe court peremp
torily remind to listen to a renewal of
the argument, and Mr. Salomon withdrew.
Baown's Bbonobial Tboch are a
safe nd sure rrmedy for Bronchitis,
flouiha and other troubles of tha
Throat and Lungs. Bold n7y in fore.
Price 85 cents.
ii. aamaa- a.1
Jlcalthfulne-. i-r- - l. Prie
KXf ViuaTtlriS , elST ttaror deUoloualy.
mt AUTJVS P0WDTX CO. Chlcap entf T tM
na oun Bulls, ready lor servioe, ,""
Snd luU (falvia of spring of 1M8,
r. " a a. A i.l A ftomnlflts Ct
L'flWI irODl 1 Ml V jotato vm. . ;
alotue it now In press, giving
ani milk and butter reoorda aonneeted with
I..k Th. cattle have heensh ppe
direct from Holland to the D"J
Yards, and will arrive between the 1st ; and
th of November, where parchasers can in
Spent the lame" So animal will he disposed
il at private sale, but parties who attend the
tale may rely upon eaoh animal being put
W wd sold . adveritied. Stel
run to within three hlooks of Styek Xards.
IU?A. iinS . miHit iiHON. Tmnortert.
a-For Catalogues or Infcrmatlon aadrew
OTV. RAMBAUT, President Union btook
Yards and Fertiliser Comeany.
wii.tiAM Da. ; 1 JoaLn.i.v.
Write for Oatalogne".
" ', W. CBAWrOKB. .
10. CRAWFORD & CO.
LILLY 'grocers, cottIh facws
llplEHL & DAHBURY,
(SUUtnenunn iu - - tti.IBI OF n
Laaer Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider,
A-ww-e: tt.ir.M eiager Ale.
AND DEALERS If
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
wf KILIH 11 WKAl.TH.-Ot.
Removed to 308 Front St
Between Monroe and Medina, Nearly
BHOOHLTrV,". T. Board on the BUI.
Mrs. H. O. Howard. M Washington
" " . ..,;. ii.ii.hirul.
rV...iil.nt to ears to Manhattan .Beach.
OeierislandVLon. BeUh and Central Parkl
alto to New lerk plaeat of an element.
Mineral walet 'of all flavors, and, MX SrlVLu.
IV. aavi a.i" x-'-'f;,' ,
tpeolofor Hysteria. Dlaal-
. D..tr&ilon. eansed
nest. ConvnUionte, gi
eta, Headache. Nervori
by the nse of aloohol
8. H. BROOKS.
H. M. NEELT.
or tobeooot Wake-
B.IUnln. rr the I
luineat, menial xpree.i-i .T i n. to
Brain, retultlng In Insanity and "D ,J
misery, deeay and eathl Premature 'o
Age.arrenneM. lo f fjT'Si".
..it involuntary iioee " .C k.i
,h. eanu 1 by over-exertion ol the brain.
-r, li... .:..i.j.i..bm. gaea do. ova
tains one month', treatment. (1 a bog, e
ili botes for 5, sent by at at IPyepeJd. ea
reoeiptof orloe. t"""1,?,1
to our. any ease. With eaoh order reej'vee
by asforsla boiet. aeeompaaled with
,. wUI tend tbe, pjrehaser
guarantee to refund the money If tb
meat doe. not effeet a oore. rB'J
Issued only he . RaNElI 00.. J-t
gisu, Eesphis , Imb.
BROOKS, HEELY & CO.
GROCERS, GO TTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
5o 867 Front Street, t Mem phl, Tenn,