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MEMPHIS. TENN., SATURDAY NOVEMBER t, 18S(i.
VOL. XLVI NO. 250
Is Canada, where tbe people are
low and pokey, and find aix days
-oore than enough for all the work
that comes ti them, they are able to
make the Sabbath a day of rettac
ordicg to the most restricted Sabba
tarian laws. Here, in the United
States, wfcsre we live in a whirl
aad where time waits lot do man, we
most, like "naor Joe," keep moving.
To rest fa te stagnate, to wait ia to die,
II Memphis ia to go to the head of the
cotton proeecsioa ahe must not lose
an hoar. The sompresses must work
and the- railroad mast ship the at
pie as last as is soia. in mat way,
and that ay only, the market can be
kept elear far the "more, more," for
which ear merchants are calling. Cot
ton mast have free sway and swing.
Thi TrisUte Medical Association
to meet at the Gay ceo Honse on the
ICth and 11th instant, and will eon
taaae jn cession three days, daring
which a Bomber of timely papers are
to be read : and debated. Among
those, of oar own physicians who
are to bs prominent on the oora
aion we find the names of Drs. J. L,
Miner, & T. Armstrong, 6. O. Ban
ning, T. J. Crofford, 8. A. Bogers, ff,
W. Taylor, W. B. Rogers and H. L.
Williford.. These are all of them
yonng men, bnt they have already
made some distinguishing reput
lion as specialists, Dr. Minor
especially, a gentlemen who in New
Tork is recognised as among the moat
promising snrgeonsia the treatment
of diseases of the eye and ear, and one
of the best writers on the subject.
tfUMIDBN H.ADDIN Old Well tO BS-
cede to the request of the cotton
trade and sarpend the Sunday law so
as to admit the handling of "the
staple" on that day. Cotton is pour
ing in on ua at such a rate that unless
the compresses are allowed to work
and the railroads to ship on the first
day of the week the market would
become slatted to an extent pre
venting tbe profitable and im
mediate handling of the extra
thoueamdssf bales oar customers have
sent and are sending to us. It caght
to be the policy of the Taxing D.'s-
triet government to do everything
possible to encourage and nothing to
discourage trade. The railroads es
pecially shoald be favored during the
busy awasna, so that they may come
to regard Memphis as their best friend
and reciprocate accordingly.
Tsie'aim set up by the Kansas
City railroad ta exelusive right of
way on Broadway will, if it is sus
tained ay the courts, defeat the pur
pose the Taxing District had in grant
ing the privilege which was to make
it a highway for all the railroads that
desire i to enter the city. This would
be contrary te good policy and would
restrict and retard the commercial
progress of the city. This cannot bs
permitted, and for the same reason
hat it woa'd not do for Congress to
give the Kansas City or any other
railroad the exclusive right to bridge
the Mississippi. An open avenue for
jmmerce means a way, like the Mis
sissippi river, which all may use. The
Taxirg District government contem
plated making Broadway such a high
way for the railroads, and such we
hope the courts will declare it to be.
Snch already'is the public verdict
Thi interview with Capt. Dabney
which we publish in another column
oaght to be eirefnl'y read and weighed
by the merchants of this city. It is
tine, as be taye, that the levee system
and the general improvement of
the Miesistippi above and be
low Memphis as intimately concerns
us a the improvement of our harbor
aad the maintenance of cur own
levee. It is, therefore, we suggest, in
order for the Merchants' Exchange to
take cognisance of tbe present delay
aud do all that is possible to urge for
ward a work that should ba com
pleted before the spring rise, at latest
before that of June. A con
centration of the power of Congress
man Phelan, of this district, Congress
man Poiadexter Dnnn, of Aikansas,
Catehing and Morgan, of Miseiesippi,
and Joe Wheeler, of Alabama, would
be effective to that end if at once ex
cited. "Whatever can be done ought
to be done quickly.
CoamtoLus Paceabd cries out in
almost despairing tones for money, snd
says that "if there is not something
done in an extraordinary way, in the
collection of revenue during the
months ol November and December,
the State will be in exceedingly
straitened circumatances financially
on the 1st day of January, 1887, owing
to the semi-annaal interest then fall
ing doe." For this condition of affairs
there ia no excuse. The people are
everywhere in Tennessee pros
perous beyond precedent, and, there
fore, can and onght to be prompt
in the payment of taxes, which, the
moment they are levied, become an
honorable obligation resting upon all
taxpayers. Let ns hope that an appeal
so earnest as this of the Slate Comp
troller will reach not only the Tax Col
lectors to whom it is sddresced, but all
classes 0t tbe people, snd that it will
have the efftct of bringing them to
the prompt payment of taxes so that
the intereat charges of tbe State may
be met on the first of the coming new
year. Tbe State's credit mnst.be upheld,
TlRDIEUCflOI RETURN I
FRISK II. HIRD GITES AS THE
CAU&E OF 11IS DEFEAT
The Nationality of His Opposes!, the
Treachery of Democrat, and the
Assistance of Protectionists.
irSOIAL TO TBS APrSAL.
Nash villi, Tins., November 5
Return from teventv-six counties
aire Bdd Taylor a majority of 21,706.
in twenty counties yet to bear irom
Date received 12,189 and Reed 16,030,
a majority for tbe latter of 1441. Tbe
vote, so far as re po ted, amounts to
about 197,000,with a decrease of 32,000
as compared to tee vote of 1884.
Utile Ja Dfee hi Badleal Oaao-
e.i uj svitu Jiajorur.
L0PIOIALTO TBI ArrlAI..
Hcktsvillb, Ala., November 5.
Geo. Joseph Wheeler, of cavalrv fame,
defeated James Ja?kson, his Radical
opponent in the Eighth Alabama Con
gressional District by the unusual and
overwhelming majority of 2000.
laraoiAL to th a(tial.
Holly Sprihus, Mips., November 6.
We have just received the retnrns
from Tippau this afternoon, which
gives Morirau a majority in the county
of 209. Union gave him 547, Benton
76 aud Marshall 80;
Hard Heard From.
Mount Clsmkns, Mich., November
4. I attribute mv defeat to three
causes: First The appeals of my op-'
oonent, Mr. Koroeis, to Lis Merman
fellow citizens ti support him on the
ground of Lis German antecedent
Second The treachery of Democrats
who bad given me assurances of their
support before the election. This
treachery was not apparent until elec
tion day, when it was too late to coun
teract it. Third The aid sent at the
last moment by protectionists ou'aide
the district to defeat me on account of
my views on tariff reform. Tbe over
whelming majoiity ef Democrats in
this district are with me in semimect
on the tariff question, but there were
enough men claiming to be Democrats
who retueed to recognise a ialrly ob
tained and almost unanimous nomina
tion to unite w th tbe Republicans to
defeat me. It will ba a fatal day for
the Democratic organ r.tion when the
nomination of men beiievina in tariff
reform "is not to be regarded aa binding
upon members of the party.
ratna 11. uukv.
Wilmikgion, Dkl , November 6.
Delaware official return, complete,
foot up : For Governor Biggs, Dem.,
13.942; Hofleckrr, Probib., 7832. For
Congress Penniutton, Dem., 13,837;
Cooper, Prohib., 8336. The Legisla
ture is solidly Democratic.
Chicago, III, November 5. A
special from Boite City, Idaho, says:
Fred T. Dubois, Ren., is elected to
Congress over John llailey, Dem., by
500 majority. I
I H 1)1 AS A.
Indianapolis, Ihd.. November 5.'
The Democrats have the Legislature
by two majority on joint ballot, ac
cording to tbe latest advices. The
naur ee are: rsenara Democrat'. 31
Republicans, 19. House Democrats,
Returns on tbe Siate ticket are not
yet in from all the counties, but the
figures of last nigbt will not be
changed materially. The Republican
piuraii y win D8 about 4UUO.
Later. uiiicial returns from every
county In tbe btats show that Robert
sin, Kep., bis 2647 plura'ity lor L eu
tenant Governor. The reports received
do cot give the t tal vote, nor do they
ibc ude tbe Prohibit on or national
v .te. Toe Legislature s'ands as fol
lows: Senat" Repub i ans 19: Demo
crats, 3t. nouse republican", to;
Democra s, 4). Total Republicans,
74 ; Democrat?, 76.
Louisvills. Ky.. November 4. The
official count in the Sixth Kentucky
tm .: i. . i i 1 1
XSlDin:i BUUWB IUO IUIIdWlIT IT mill
ties: Carlis'e Boone 631, Carroll 338,
Gallatin 351,Grant46(l, Pendleton 348,
xrtmoie ili. Total 2401.
Tnobpe Campbell 718. Kenton 915
Carlise'd majority, 768.
St. Paul, Mihk., November 5. Re
turns have not been received from all
the counties, and both parties have
ra eed the ery of fraud. Tbe rimeer
Preu (Rep.) claims tbe State for Gov
ernor by 2500, while the Okie (Dem.)
ciatms it lor Ames bv 6U0U to 70JO.
These figures correspond closely to
the claims of tbe Repab'lcan and
Democratic IS tale Central Committees.
It will no doubt require the official
count to determine who is elected to
the State offices. The majorities for
Congressmen are as follows: First
Di-trict Wilson. Dem.. 4081 : Second
Lind, R' p.,7385; Third McDonald,
Dem., 1228; Fourth Rice.Derri, 4635;
Fifth Ne sod, Rep.. 26.000. The lat
ter bad no opposition. The Legisla
ture will be Republican by at leant 40
majority on j.jint ballot. The exact
figures cannot be given, as several
Legislative districts have either not
been reported, or are so close aa to
render the offi.i il count necetsary.
Dnvr, Col., November 6. A
Santa Fe special to tbe Newt favs:
Anthony Joseph is re elected to Con
gress over J. W. Dwyer, Ex Benator
Dot sey's csndidate, by over 3000 ma
jority. Every county has gone Demo
cratic. WEST YIHfcilMA.
Chablsstoh, W.Va., November 6.
From moat reliable information re
ceived here the next Legislature will
be Democratic on joint ballot by nine
votes. This will elect a successor to
St. Looi, Mo., November 6. Na
than Frank, Republican candidate for
elecion to Congress from tbe Niath
district, who according to semi official
returos.was defeated by the re-election
of Col. Glover, (Dem.) states
tbat be will contest tbe latter 'a right
to his seat on the ground that many
votes wnicn were iegiiy catt for him
(Frank) were r.i-cttd by th ju'g
of elrc'irn. H tays trat if these
votes had bten counted on would
have heen elected by a majority of
The Parties Playl.a; Cat aad Do,
Tbknton, N. J., N vembr 5 Re-
publnam and Demcc ati both have
representatives on guard at each dis
puted Aar-erublv Diotiict. Both narW
claim the Legislature hy one maj irity,
A new dispu'e ha arisen in the Sec
ond As'euibly D strict, Esm-i county,
Jamea Peck, Rep., has been rr turned
as elected by a small majority over
jonn j. jjenny, Dem. Denny will oe
mand a recount on the ground of
San Fbakcisoo. Cal.. November
Latest returns give the First and Sec
ond Jongres-ional Districts to the
Democrats. The other four are carried
by the Republicans. Toe Democrats
electtd the full city ticket, except
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
aoHETAstirr mbasvbb near bb
ABBBD I POM
When Conf rr.a HmU Oilier )
ttons or Importaacs Tbat Mail
Wasbikoton, November 5. Tbe
Comptrol erol the Currency has au
t homed the Merchants' National
Bank tf Lawrence, Kas to begi
pusinees, vntu a cap.tal ol f 1OO.U00.
Ctomaaisilaacr Nparki'a Dcclala
Washington, November 5. Tbe
secretary of tbe Interior has affirmed
tbe deciticn of Commiesioner Sparks
in tbe case cf Crovistnn vs. Seal, of
urana rorss, dhs.. Do Ulna service on
contest notice by registered letters
Postmaster General Vilas, Assistant
A'torncy General B-yant and Chief
Clerk Math have returned to the city
a na were ai men Mat x in tte rostotu
Department this morning.
W ashi koton, November 6. The
President today apooinrd George W
Baxter, of Cheyenne, Wyo. T., to be
Governor of Wyoming Ttrritory, vice
rrancis warren, snepenaed.
Tbe Director ol the If la Kraorta,
Washington, November 6. Dr,
Jamea P. Kimball, tbe Director of th
Mint, has submitted to the Secretary
oi toe xreasnry dis annual report for
the fiscal year ended Jane 30, 188S,
While the volume of work executed
at tbe mint during the year wa gen
eral, be eays tbat half of the previous
year rne total expenditures were lees
Work for tbe Meat Caaffroas,
Now tbat the election ia over snd
the make up of the next Congro
pretty well determined, tbe prospec
aa to what it will do for tbe country
acd tbe party are being eagetlv dis
cussed, mere is a fear mat tbs si
araaoe of soother House of (he same
political complexion as this one will
make the present one rather inclined
to be laay in the corning ses
sion. The canvass snd its results
strengthen tbe tariff reformers in
their benef that the peop'e want a re
organisation of the tariff, bnt tbey see
at ine same time tbat tbe extreme
views which they have held are not so
strorgly indorsed that tbey will be
justified in persisting in them. There
eetm to be a general inclination to
bring the two wings of the Democratic
party together on some compromise
measure. It is lust pjesible that tbis
win oe a tempted in the coming see
sion, but it is hardly prooable.
The chances are tbat it will
he left to the new Con,
gress. The chances are, too, that tbat
nody will make a vigorous effort in its
firt session to agree upon some tariff
measure end pusu it tbrcuub. Tbe
di'cu;sions on' tbe Blair eduoatiooal
bill through the campa go justc'oted
have bhown tbat there is a popular
atmanu ur a measure ot thtssoit
is prob ible that another eff rt will be
made in tbe coming session ti paesthe
B air bill in the Home. It would not
be surprising, however, to see It go
over to ine next uongrtss. Mr. Willi
will, however, want to have jmt
one more Bbot at it Detore be re ires
frrin public life, and he will probably
get tne cnance. Willis lias been
through all of his Congreesional life
a warm supporter of the plan of giv
ing money from the public funds for
schools, and was one of the first if nr t
the first to propose it to Congrees. lie
has bad a bill of his own on this sub
ject, but is quite willing to lay aside
any personal ambitions in the matter
and join hands in support of the B'air
bill. Nothing would so much rejoice
him as to see it pass before he goesout
ol tu House.
Another question that Congress will
have to take up in earnest now is that
ol tbe national banks snd their circu
lation. The rapidity with which the
Donds are c-eiog called snows tbat tbe
basis of the bank circnlation is soon te
disappear and tbat there must be some.
thing devised which will take its place,
or tne dobi circulating medium
tbat any country ever bad most
be lost directly. The indications are
that there will be an effort to work
this and the silver problem together in
some wsy, making the silver bullion
or coin a basis for a circulating medi
um. The experiences of the paBt
summer have thown tbat a circula
tion based upon silver is very
acceptable to the people. They
have also shown tbat the Treas
ury oincials are determined to re
duce the national indebtedness as
fast as possible and that the basts of
tbe circulation, the government bonds,
sre rapidly disappearing and cannot
ast mucn longer. Already several
banks have notified the Treasury that
they desire to withdraw their circu'a
tion, as it coets too much lo buy high
premium bonds wilh which to replace
the 3 per cents.
Evkbtbodt knows that tha' the best
remedy known for cough, oolds,etc.,
is Dr. gnu s ongrByrop.
r. Heap Will ProaabI aaeeocd Hr.
Constantinohb. November 6. It
is reported here tbat Mr. Heap, the
new Consul Geneal. will be appoint
ed to succeed Mr. Cox as United
Slatea Minister to Turkey.
AMBTsaDAM, November 5. Sccial-
ists Vanderstadt and Fieitnyn, on trial
for publishing seditious pamphlets.
Tbe prosecutor demanded that each
bs sentenced to imprisonment for six
months. Judgment was deferred. -
WASTER H. J. CUf LEU
IS 10 IT
By Ordering the Ku'cher to Strike
lie Deaira the Mandate, bu
Ills Writing Is Recognised.
Chicago, III., November 5. Con
trary to fiist reports a )ags -mnjority
oi me Deer, men : Armours dec, Ine
to leave their work at the order pro
tr-.nl .atAt mm nmnniD fVrtm M I Hl
their Master Workman in tbe Knights
ol Labor, sir. nutter refused today to
ackoowled e having issued the order
lor the men to strike, and denied
being responeible for sny such man
date. Just 400 men out of the 1500
employed in Armour's house obeyed
the instructions to quit. Fally 250 of
tbe 400 quickly relumed to work. No
clear explanation of how tbe order
cams to bs circulated was ob'atnble
this evening. Master Wo kman But
ler said he was unwilling to taik upon
inesuoieci lurirer than to State tba
he was not at tbe meeting last night
when the order was read and that he
must disclaim all knowledge of
Motwlthataadicg Mr. Butler's declara
tion, an emplove who refused today
to strike said trie order was not only
in the handwriting of the Matter
Woikman, bat it Lad also his signa
ture appended to it. The appearance at
the stock yards t(,h evenirg cf 150
armed men under ttie command of
iteputy sheriff and Capt. Foley,
Pinkerton'a private police created
good dial of excitement. Each of tbe
150 when eumn'.nned was told to re
port at tbe Pickerton headquarters,
Tnere a deputy stienit swore them i
asepecial deputies. The fa. t that the
men were sworn in at the Pinkerton
headquarter gave rise to the report
teat tney were wuony or
part members of the Pinkerto
guaid concerned in the receut
shoo ing of Terrenes Begley. This tbe
Sheriff and his deputies at first de
nied, but later woa'd only rive to in-
terogaturies ontthe subject evasive re
plies. A meeting of twenty-three
delegates irom tne d nerent depart
ments of tbe pat king homes was held
tonight to consider the question of
continuing or ending tbe strike. Tbe
committee has savitory power merely,
What decision was arrived at the dele
gates declined to fay.
GOVERNOR E I PC f BOB TAYLOR
la KaahTllI Declines (o Hake Aay
Nasbvilli. Tknn., November 4.
The Union says: Gov. Taylor arrived
on tbe evening train, took his supper
at the Maxwell and depaited for the
theater. Tbe crowd grew impatient
waiting, and nnaiiy Unaiiman McUon-
cell of tbe State Executive Committee
csfne forward. He said: "I under
stand that there Is an expectation that
Mr. Taylor will cpeak. I desire tossy
to you tor htm that, bavin? been soeak-
ing for two months, bavins' been under
great physical and mental strain, per
forming labor never equaled by any
previous candidate, he is physically
unable to address you tonight. He is
not st tbis time in tbe houee. having
gone off on bmvaeei requiring his im
mediate attention. He cannot addresj
you. but wishes ma fo return his
thanks to you fir your support in tbi
most memorablo campaign. He is not
only unable to address yoa. but is not
present if be wanted to."
In response to calls, the Hon. Joe E.
the Sixth Dis'rict, appeared and spoke.
i cere were also cues lor Meters. Kich
ardson, Neal and Phelan, but there
was no respiDse.
Governor-elect R be rt L. Taylor was
sen at the Maxwell Ilou;e last night
by a Union representative. Gov. Tay
lor said that he had no plans beyond
prrposing ti go immediately to the
mountains, wbere he will rest with
bis lamily and recuperate after tbe fa
tigues of the late campaign. He ea d
that he was very well pleased with
tbe nujoilty which he bad received;
and, though he hid wished to
receive such a maj rity as would
show that bis election was the
expression of the wishes of the
great msi rity of the pe'iple, yet he
did cot desire to overwhelmingly u
feat his brother. He honed aid
thought that tbi-i campaign, wbich had
been tarr ed on withint either candi
date going outt-ide of the poll ical
issues, would have tbe eiJert ot prov
Ing tbat a clean political contest was
not an impcsiihility. Gov. Taylor raid
tr.at ho wruld make no enrectios
either Here or elsewhere, but that be
would leave here tomorrow and no
directly to tha mountains.
An Invaluable Romedv. I have
found S-tlvation Oil an invaluable
remedy for chipp-d bends.
J. K. BSTKl'. 1'alnttr,
61 Robart street, Baltimore, mi.
London. November 5 Lord Brad-
bourne, writing to tha editor of Black-
wood i uaaatiM. accuses nr. uiadstone
of serious misstatements in the perver
sion of Irish history, without the cour
age to dolend or tbe candor to with
LKfl ALLY and Quietly Obtained In a law
WHki. without publloitr, lor non-asp-sort,
doM'iion, cruelty antf other eouaot.
All en-finonlniiHnni einfldon'la.J. Advioo
frao. WILLIAM III! A l.l. W. room 17. louth-
aaat eorner Fifth and Main itraoti, KAN-
aq uii t, mo.
F. W. BK0DE & CO.
323 FRONT STREET.
Tba anlr arrrwt anbaillata far
oiaer'imu. Jnralsitblala naiara
alitn nn and irrlblal, A rr di
rected food for lyP pilea, 'aaoap-
iw, ianincf,"H- A parioci nuiri
nt la all vaaaltns llaaaa. Require! ao
loaiaa. Uur Bool, sua mm
mm , mailed free.
REMOVED A I. IV K, la from iO to 90
mlDatat, onopleU, with head, or bo
eherro. Medloine pleatant and harmlaie.
NO VA6TINU. Can be adminliUred with
safety to eblld or adnlt. Call on
DM. H. SKI aMITH,
At Mra. Beektel'i honae, eorner Thirl aad
B 1 Ijf . 1
anaaueaau. OoaavLTATios f asa.
TilE QUEEN GF TABLE WmTERS."
u It has steadily secured increasing
f rfular and jiojcssu'ital favour, as
ofurc and agreeable TMe Water."
DaJsh Medical Jouxnd,
May 31, 18S4.
AJTFtJAL SALE, 10 UIIXI0N9L
DEVVARE OF IMITATIONS.
awThe eontiaoed brlik aalaa, ia all depart
ment., hae brokoB the aiivrtn.nt ef Uolori,
T.ltarel and ttiaat, in mn many alaaiea el
food, that we And It ABSOLUTKLY neee.-
ary to CLKAR our ahelves aad eouateri
AT A SACRIFICE.
The earnet enrreotneas of the M ef the
word SAUttlFlUK yoa mU Mknewledn
when yea .uuine
ttreat BROKEN LINE of Drew Cooda, all
wool, e'erant auallrr. AO ranta acr rtl.
double-width, enhraelnr rood, at fa and 75
aad S'w Urvalrat earlntr af C'alura
Great broken Line Droits Goods
Fineit irad.a, freat.it valioa,
78 l'U per yard,
eruhraelaf Tfle, II. M and I1.3B aeedt twenty
or miriy ainereni aiaae.
frenoh and Bnl.h Tailoring. Kebby,
new aaa uurabie,
All New Prices Monday,
AND ALL LOW PRICES.
Combination!) Bleraot Swell All redneed
renardlen. of de.irablllty. Comuare Ihli
week, a and Ian we.k . iriei.
I MS 14 tn.k wide Colored Pllk T)Tt
THK URRArHUUCHHy. UHOKKII LlKIH.
Kemember, thi. ne.n. nargaia., aud ilar-
saina at anasaii B mm AMD
Good Goods at Cheap Frltes
That Must lie Sold Ikls Week.
KRBMKR'8 WRAPS are the baadeomest
erer ihowa uera.
B 75 ABTRAOUAJf .IACKBT3.
10 BO AbtKACIIAH WRAPS, tAIL
A rreat many add Wrap., eaeef d-klad, te
be aold at one-half prli'e eome and at one.
We naveiimnytae aui Immeaae aaaei
ment that one eeuld deaire te teleet from.-
LI8HT WBIO'lT WBAPS,la-e and frtosa
trimmed, t t (S, tt Ml and WW.
A LINE OK KKWMAKKKlb.af Anesaal-
Ity, at njou ana m on
rii LDRf N'8 CLOAKS la all ileaa.
r Wa iiniBU" nn ivrrsmui wajsbr.
7 To, FIN It CllIUURIiiS'B CLOAKS, Al
FOR MH Vi:NTH
KXFIn.Blrdr and Faony rsalhere, worth
ai oe io art oo.
75 Cnaie Corietai tha bad In thaKnukh
S I'emia Ooraetinf many ktada, that are
worts aoaaie ans tnriee.
Of the belt lhapea that are ont at SO ,
100 Fine Trimmed Uata, Felt Uata. Lata ef
new anapea eraln la dally.
BALL TRIM VINOS. M rinU.
KKATHBH, TRIMMllJflS.M tenia.
TUB TRIMMINi -tie Lyi. Hearer, Muk,
uuaien Day oaaie.
PllkPonree Uandkerabieft kt U eenta.
llandkarohl.t. at II ooalf, ia all kladtot
KRRMEt'ROunrinteed aierei at II Oft.
MOU8UU ETA IKES, ext-a auahtr. at II 35.
ODDS A N U UN LI3 ol Olore. at II 00, worth
SO t rnia Ckildren'a and Mine.' Jeraey
aa o EJisrTrai
Bay. an lnim-ne line of Fanry Ribbon el
very wid a aaa .tyie, worth twioe an
a-DIplay af llaailaauie Wrnpa,
FlnKvenlnaailk aait Rroeailra,
Klcaaut Vrlvela and Nllha, New
Millinery, MONDAY, al
UNITED STATES TRADERS
Vain Office 120 Broadway. 5. T.
M mphls Ufflre, S85 Vain Ht.
WALTKB SECIBT ATTOBNBT.
asr-Headquarttm for the PROMPT COLLXO-
ilou or notea and AeooaiM.
rOnr Attornerwlll .and Dlrnul.r. ta all
wbe will write f-r thom.
COLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1V78.
WttrmnUtl nliiulutrlr par
Oooon. from whlt-li IhorxouM !
Oil hiu Im'CD rpiacrvotl. HhuAr)
timet the irngt ot Guam mixed
with fcttareh, A rrowrotit or Biikw,
mnd 1m t Li ere for fur moro raouoin
Iritl, eokttug le than on tent m
cup. it Is dt'Uuluui, Dourisjh.nir,
rnrvufrtlMtulogp tHll 4JlKrtd
anci lulininsbly sulsptsnl or tirvtiU
am wa.ll u i-nr.ua In hkt h
r. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
0TIPON8 ef the Oarn.o Iliitel Company
' Bonda. matorina Nn.ember lit. will be
raid on ire.entatien at the ManheHaa Sar
n Rank, Meiapbi., or at tbe oflee ef L.
Levy A Co., New YerV.
rt . ai. yAKHirm nrpi, rrrrqant.
DR. It. L. LASKI.
Phrslrlan, Snrrnon and Aoroncber,
RK8IDKNCE AND orVlCB.
813 Maiii street, .ettr Union.
TAin.bnA No. aa.
Of Interestto Ladies
T will be money tared any lady eon-
templatlof the parobaae of a o.wlni-Ma-In.
In the neat nlt.tr day. to o al I and eel
prlonaof tne Litht-Kunniag Hi Mom a
and lee their la'eat imprerement, the A a lo
an, uonnin winder, whleh piaeea the
aw HUMS aararaJ vaara ahead of aa
maehin sow to tha market.
Hew Home 8ewlatafaehlne C..
M aarlk Oaart Itnei.
new YU8K Life Insdmwce Co
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD
Mr raid IMlrj-IIuldfr iu UH,
lontnatea t lAlnilto
oar Bark i reoord la real! romarkahle in It. eihiblt of enerretle and klllfal maaasar
R.njV l'ritlr?B, rtiW-!;l-t-': Jb. pr.nt aUUnT.nt U pladily ul b2
l'LUKLV MlITll.iL, AI HEJiCE IX8TJRAJ8CE AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
lloom 1, Cctton Exchange Building.
ImMl & UM
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiory
GEUTLErJEirS FURNISHING GOODO,
Nob. 33S and 329 Mala SU MemphlB,:Teu.
TT5rV?irfri.lriS!4.J?-' wJ"rrEI! " UBaH Ann otwrf)
snnraclarlas Co.1 Plaids, Drills, Bneetlag, flklrtlay,
i. K. wwOWIS, Fratn. J. K.
SOrA Bea Itory ml
W Ba U W ITU
v. a. ui
P. B. AUTOS.
taa Baa af Taaaaaaaa. Tvaata m
ALSTON JtliDRY & CO.
AadCouailaHloB Merrbants liar, Corn, Oats, Bran, Chop Frsd, 0U Heal.
Lime, Cement, l'laiter, Balldlag and Fire Drlck, Etc
Cor. Front and tTnlon.l
s :- ' L
i V r; J I
AW ABB rLABIBB-BIIIX. BATT.TAU.
SSsors. Sash, Blinds. IJoldko, Lmnt
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Fmtx
SIKSfl-IIIIi. - . TEIOTEimjSlI,
T.B aina,rrn', UBO. ARNOLD,
DOES A GENERAL FIRE
Hrtouutry Ntorea, lwellliiKH
tef La.Hea Adjualed Promptly,
. WILKER80N, OK0. ARNOLD,
W. p. ril'NAVANT. T. B.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Ho. OOO I'rant alreet. Hemnhla. Tnn.
afUUIH II ft 5
NA (I Ki
Un Ui. I." y aas w m ,
AUIiliViV D L kJ I tyDfl
JOUN W. C0C
ii a i tt ikiiiii n nnii
aarDepoilta reoeired Is lame of ! and apward. and Intereat allowed on same Semri
aarWe bar and sell looal Inra.tm.nt Bonda and Beearitloa (enerally, par taiea, aaa
iruiwaa, ana, ia ceaerai, exeouie aay nnanoiai Doaineia reauirinc a tale ass ratpont loie
aar we Imae drafts, la mrai to aalt parokaien, on all parta of Korope.
aor We hare a eommndloo. Vaalt for tbs depoiit oi Talaablea, wUioh ia at tie aerrloa St
oar oaitomert, frc ot Ctiara".
D. P. HAUDEJf, President. EWD. UOLOS3UTH, TIcPrflsMeBt.
JhMKH w TH AN. Caler.
And Commission Merckwits,
Hoau and S3 Hadlaon Street. UcxaMj
r,-, v.MP.iF.rir. aou aoi a iuiiar or
OOUAH. Vlse-rres'U C B.'BAISE, Caaklaa
I. P0DIAJU i. R. BODWni.
M. UAVIN. J. W. Ll.i. '
A. . KIW90LL
Aaaamaaaw aa Vallaaatneia.-
H. H. MAIBT.
Howard's Row, Tffftraph..
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ii i mil I
V. -Prna'l. W. II. UBSBIBDAT, Baa'jr
& MARINE BUSINESS.
hikI UIiiIioiihch a Nprlal(y.
and Paid at Memphis.
J. W. KICHARD80N. T. V. DUfFIX
PIMq. .1011 in ARMISTKI.
J. S. HAiroWKRKlBj
DAVID P. HADDISN,
JAMK.S A. OMDKKil.
BOL OOLKMAN, KWD. HOLDHMITH.f
WM, RAIZIiNllKROKR. DAHDW tli PKRJS&