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MEMPHIS. TEW., WEDNESDAY N07EMBEK 10, ISSG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 262
THE 0LE0J1 IRGIRIE LAW
8URFBISIXG TBE OFFICII L3 BY
Indians in a Destitute Condition
Eeports of the Various Officers
Waisi!itoh, November 9. The
oleomargarine law ha teen in opera
tion one week. The remits thus far
are a Burp iee to the emails of tbe
government and will be a disappoint
ment to the bn'ter men, who wee the
original promoters of tbe bill. The
internal revenue officials are surprised
at tie large amount of revenue which
the government ii likely to receive
liom the law. The complete returns
will not be received, in the ordinary
ctursa of business, for the first month
until early In December, but accord'
inn t the receipts of which the Inter
cal Revenue Bureau has knowledge
tbe income to the government from
the tax on oleomargarine for tbe full
fif cal year will not be less than $1,000,'
000, and ia most likely to amount to
11,500,000. Tbe collectors from all
all parts of the country are very
clamtrouo for more assistance, and es
pecially the collects! at Chicago aud
at Pittsburg. Tbe collector in tbe
latter, oitv estimates that he will
collect $25,0C0 of oleomargarine
tax In this district alone, ine col
lector at Chiotgi will probably collect
the bulk of tbe large sum wiilch the
government is. now cerUin to receive
from this source. When Collector
Sions wes here recently, be was able
to secure only two aud.t onal deputy
collectors to a. sist him in the enforce
ment of this law, but the Internal
Revenue Bureau will, in a lew days,
have twenty more experts at its dis
posal, who will be assigned to the
collection d strict where their serv
ices will be mrst needed. Of these
twenty, five at least will piobably be
ordered to Chicago, thesa additional
men are the officials known as the
fruit brandv exoerts who are on duty
iu the tiuuthurn Statts duricg the f mit
brandy season, and whose work there
ends abont noernDer J St. ine infor
mation which the bureau has received
from its r fficials in various parts of tbe
country thus far point to a very con
siderable increaee of consumption, in
tead of the reverse, so tbat it is just
possible that tte market tor genuine
butter has been injured by a law
which gives a standing, character, and
government sanction to tbe Imitation
butter wtiich it did cot have before.
. . Washinoion, November 9. The
folio win a ib a statement of the qnanti'
tv in taxable cations of American
whisky reim ported into the principal
ports of the United States, directly or
under transportation bonds, entered
and withdrawn for consumption and
transported fo other ports, from March
Z7, 1888, to uotoser l, isso, ana t
matsing in wareaoures October i,istJ
Eec:ivtd directlv. 1.230.993 eallons
received under withdrawn and trans
portation bonds, 16,950 t allocs; re
ceived under internal tax bands, 3U8,
374 gallons; en'ered and withdrawn
for consumption, 424,620 sallons;
withdrawn for tranpor.ation under
withdrawn and transportation bonds,
15,141 gallons; transported to other
ports under internal tax bonds, 630,-
302 Bailors: remaining in warehouses,
484,885 gallons. It is also estimated
that absut ball of the wnieky trans
ported under internal tax bonds re
mains in warehouses.
Collections of tbe Interanl Revenue
Washington, November 9. The
total collect ioas of internal revenue
from tbe time the pre-en t system wai
organised, Joiv J, ibm-, to Juneau,
1888, were 13,438,5:90,455. The States
in which the aggregate collections
reached ovfr $100,000,000 were New
York. $606700,000: Illinois. I426.000,'
000; Ohio,$37?,600,COO; Pennsylvania,
$288,900 000; Kentucky, $201,400,000;
Massachusetts, $193,700,000; Missouri,
I127.5O0.C0O: Indians, sns.OCU.UW
Virginia, $106,700,000 and New Jeisey,
$104,700,000. "The aggregate receipts
for internal revenue, remarked an
officer of the Treasury, today, "were
Bomcient to have paid trie entire pnb
lie debt at i's highest figure, $2,756,'
431,371, and leave a balance of 1081,'
858,884 if thoy hud been applied to
1 ol nnrnnro
Ub . V. 1 Jill,
Washington, November 9. The
President yesterday appointed the to!
lowing postmasters: L. A. Manches
ter, at Merced, Cal, vice S. A, K ng,
resigned; Robert L. Allen, at Joliet,
111., vice John Woods, suspended.
The Secretary of the Treasury yes
terday appointed Louis O. Starkel, of
Illinois, to be sn analytical cnemut In
the Internal Revenue Bureau, under
the oleomurgf nne law.
ComsnlsslaBer of Customs' Report,
Wasbimoton. November 9. The
annual report of Commissioner of
uustoms McUalmont to the Secretary
of the Treasury shows that daring the
past fiscal year there was paid into
tbe Treasury, from sources the ac
counts relating to which are settled in
bis office. $104,384,509. of which $192..
397,844 Wiis received from customs
duty. Dating tbe same period there
was paid out tor expenses connected
with the administration of this branch
of the government service $24,165,246.
$6,427,812 of which was on account of
expenses of collecting the revenue
Indiana In a Destitute Condition.
Washington, November 9. The
Secretary of the Interior, having re
ceived from the War Department a
telegram font Gen. Howard saying
mat vjfln. janes reports mat uu tiual
pai Indians, located on a reservation
in Northwettern Arixona, are now in
a destitute eondititlorr, in a barren
country, and most be fed or slaive,
bas requested that tbe military au
thorities isaan a two- thirds ration per
day to those Indians to the extent of
$5000, the whole of the appropriation
made by Congress for their support,
and in tbe event that that sum prove
insufficient to subsist through the win
ter months, or until they are able to
provide for themselves, that the Inte
rior Department be advised of the fact
before tbe $5000 is exhausted, when
further provision will, if posub'e, bs
made for their subsistence. Tbe gov
eminent ration for an Indian is three
pounds of beef gross and half a pound
of floar per day.
Tha Finn Auditor's Report.
Washington, November 9. Fifth
Auditor Eiikhnff, in his annual report
to the fcecMary of the Treasury,
hows that during the last fiscal year
101,835 accounts were settled in his
fflce, tnvolvir $810,588,211. In the
onsular service the expenditures were
$900,605, being $19,035 in excess of the
receipts. The amount of consular fe"S
collected during the year a as $881,570.
an increase over the previous year of
$90,224. This inert ase ames from cer
tificates to invoices, which were issued
in grea'er number than ever before.
The Auditor says it is worthy of com
ment that, notwithstanding the very
considerable decrease in tbe tariff fees
in 1881, and tbe abolishment of charges
for services to American vessels in
1884, the fees now reported are greater
tt an for any year before 1S81, and fall
very little short of the receipts for any
The Distribution ofSbad,
Washington, November 9. The
following interesting summary of the
proptgation and distiibution of sbad
daring 1886 is from a forthcoming bul
letin of the United Slates Fieh Com
mies'on: The total distribution of
shad fry for the season of 18S6 agnre
gates over 90,000,000. As the entire
number of chad taken for market is
something less than 6,000,009 it will be
seen that for every sbad taken from
tbe waters this season for market fif
teen young shad have been artificially
hatched and returned. The entire
cost of prodac'ion and distribution
has been lees than $20,000, and there
fore tbe young fish have been prr duced
and distributed over the entire United
States at the erst of about $215 for
1,000,0C0, or forty-six young fish for
each tent of exjiuditure. Another
interesting fact is that for the entire
time up to and including 1882 there
were prorfucd by artificial props-
?;ation 20,000,000 young shad, while
or 1886 alone the totnl produc
tion as over 90,000,000. These facts
indicate tbat we are certainly getting
to a point wbere the woik may be re
garded as profitable from a commer
cial standpoint. The following is a
summary of the shad distributed dur
ing the Bcaa in of 1886, arranged by
river basins: Tributaries of Narrugan
sett bay, 2,534,000; tributaries of Long
Island sound, 749,000; Hudson river,
2,312,000; Delaware river, 21,618,000;
tributaries of Chesapeake bay, 62,560.
000; trbutarits of Albemarle round,
1,990,000; streams draining into the
South Atlant'c, 4,183,000; Mississippi
liver and minor tributaries of Gulf of
Mexico, 4,758,000; Colorado liver,
California, 5,000,000; CNuruhia river
besin, 850,000. Total, U2.4U4.0UO.
The President at Home.
Washington, November 9. The
President and Mrs. Cleveland au 1
tbe Cabinet offlceis who accompanied
mm to Boston returned to washing
ton at 4 o clock this afternoon.
A Wise Botanies! SuKffMtlon.
Washington, November 9. Dr,
George Veaaey, the botanist of
the Agricultural Department, who
nas spent several weeks in "tbe arid
region," in a report to the Comm sson-
er of Agriculture, expresses the bo
ne! tbat a larie portion of the area so
designated may be made vastly more
productive r y tbe cultivation of some
more prolific species of gras and for
age plants than the gramma and buf
falo grasses upon which the cattle now
subsist. It is, however, he says a
matter to be determined by experi
ment, and to this end be recommends
the utilisation of tbe Fort Wallace,
N. M., reservation as an experimental
A Conscience Contribution.
WAsaiNQTON,Nov8mber9. The Sec
retary of the Treasury today received
a conscience contribution of $100 in
sn envelope postmarked Louisville,
THE TRIAL OF THE CONVERSE
DanMKlDK Testimony of the Rev. 1,
H. llorrliion, Psstor of the
LSFIOIAL TO THI irFIAI..
Louisville, Kv , November 9. The
Converse trial was resumed today at
12 o'clcck. The prosecution took up
its work where it was left off at last
meeting. Counsel for the defence
aeked the prosecutors if thev would
object to sjy how many more wit
nesses iney would have lor oral ex
amination. The prosecution siideome
len or ntteen. ine defense cried
"Hold, enough I" At Dr. Boss's
euggestion the presbytery telegraphed
vr. martin to come on at tho presby
tery's expeuee. Dr. D.tniel made a
determined stand in favi roi having
the testimony traoelted from short
hand note into full Englieh t once,
end the presbytery so ordered alter
much diecuesion. The Rev. J. H.
Morrison, pattor of Portland Church,
Louisville, tectified that he bad
heard the r.nutaion for ver
acity of the Converses a' tacked
by hall the miutbters of two
Kentucky Fresbyters and by a large
minority in the other two he had
heard such terms as slippery applied
to them. Ue had heard T. K. Con-
versa s reputation attacked by minis
ters with reference to Converse's
money transactions whiles missionary
years ago. Mr. Morrison is a firm
man, and bis evidence was very dam
aging. He said that he bad himself
heard five members of tbe Converse's
own presbytery sneak of their lack of
truthfulness. How many more tbus
.1 L Al It. .. -
moagui me aia not Know.
Mr. Morrison, said he was an anti-
Woodrowmau, and his relations to
tbe accused bad been entirely pleas
ant. ' '
Death of a Xtrj Estimable Woman.
UriOIAL TO TBI APP11L.
Grenada. Miss . NovAmher 9. Mrs.
D. J. Lowenstein. a most estimable
and kind hearted lady, died here this
evening. She has been conducting a
restaurant here for year','and her
de.:th will be regretted bv our entire
community, a well as her numerous
Dr. Bull's Cooob Stiup is tha most
popular expectorant we are selling.
... , .. U MILKY BHUS.,
317 Indians avaqg, Indisaspolii, Ind.
A SJaerlflee Sale.
LrvcsiB DUG. Va.. TfntrArAKar 0 A
special from Roanoke rays: "Judge
tP. a. iee, rresiaent of the Koanoks
Zinc and Silvnr M!n!n. nnmnini.
sold the mine near this city last night
tO J. H. Rirtlntt. nf I.nn,lnn Vnla,irt
for $900,000 cash." ' '
WbsM finpd nnrailanf1 flnluafinn
Oil never fails to cure rheumatism and
neuralgia, rnce 25 cents.
The Earthqaahe Acaln.
Elisabeth. N. J.. NnvnmW 0. At
2:30 pin, today, a distinct tremor like
that of an earthquake was felt here,
principally in the northern section of
tbe city. Same residents report that
their houses were shaken.
THE BEEFERV TROUBLES
INCREASED SOMEWIUT BY TOE
In Regard to Employing Non-Union
Ken The Day Uneventful and
the Military Disgusted.
Chicago, III., November 9. With
the exception of tbe mysterious
shooting at one of tbe deputy sheriffs
this alturnoon, tbe day at the stcck
yards bas been uneven'foi. There
are between 3000 and 4000 men at
work. The militia mounted guard
within and the sheriff's fores is with
out the town. Tbe Lake police pre
served peace cutside the yard). Sev
eral isolated cases of assault on the
non union men took place, but there
was no organised mob violence.
The soldieisdo not relish their etty
so well as they thought at first. The
dty bas been miaerable, a cold
drizzling rain falling eontinnously,and
a raw, cold wind blowing. Pickets in
heavy overcca's, weaiing fatigue
caps tiarrped back and fjith in the
mud and slime, wet through and
looking as if they did not regard
soldiering under such conditions a
Mr. Barry today called on Mr. Bits
ford, of tbe Packers' Committee. He
asked if it was true that resolutions
bad been passed insisting on the strik
ing Knights renouncing allegiance to
the order before being re-employed.
Mr. B .teford replied in the affirmliive,
and Mr. Barry soon left. Tbe strike s
in the yard eairerly discuxed the re
solutions and seem to bs pleased at
them. One of tbe leaders raid the
General Assembly of the Knights of
Labor most now take up tbe fight, as
the order nas been attacked.
Tbe railroads here are helping the
packers as much as possible, and it is
said cfier to bring workmen here and
return them tree ol charge it difsitis
fled. About 100 men quit work at
Swift's today. A short time ago the
firm gave them an advance of twenty'
five cents a day and nine hours work.
Despite this they joined the strikers
The Knights issued an order today
warning ail the butcher.', mechanic!
and laborers to keep away from the
yards during tbe continuance of tbe
sirike. Master Workman Giant, of
the tfntcberv Assembly, has resigned,
THRKI THOUSAND Mil REPJBT FOB
About S0O0 men reported for work
at tbe stock yards this morning.
Everything is quiet this morning and
no disturbance of any kind has been
repotted today. The soldiers started
on their rounds at 0 o'clock and pa
trolled the entire district. Most of tbe
men who came to the yrds were
brought in by train, lhere were no
assaults on any of them, so far aj
OTBIR PACKERS RISDLl'TS.
Everything at the stock yards eon
tinurs quiet The names of JSwift &
Co., N. Morris a Co. and tbe Union
Stock Yards and Transit Company
were added to the agreement adopted
at yesterday's meeting of the packers,
which declared that hereafter no men
belonging to any labor organisation
will be employed by them, lbe pa-
Ser bas now been tigoed by all the
ouses doing business at tbe stock
yards, as well as by the S:ock Yards
THI FIRST EXCITEMENT OF THI DAY.
The first excitement of the day at
the stock yards occurred at 1 o'clock
this afternoon. At that hour word
was sent to the headqnurtars of tbe
deputy sheriffs that their services
were needed at the corner ot rortv
second street and Ashland avenue.
Fifty deputies immediately hurried to
the place, and were quickly followed
by four companies of militu. An in
vestigition was made, and it wis
found that four deputies who had
been left to patrol an alley in tbe
vicinity had been fired on by some un
known pa ties. The fire was returned,
but tbe aggressors escaped.
Would finite No Comment.
Philadelphia, Pa . November 9
General Mattar Workman Powdorly,
when Questioned tonight by an As
sociated Precs reporter, relative to the
reef and pork butchers strike at
Chicago, simply raid that A. A. Carl
ton, a member of the decern) Execu
tive Board, had been B'jnt to tbat city
to j )in Mr. Barry. Mr. Powderly said
he had no lurther lnhirmation t j Im
port regarding the Chicago trouble,
that hie knowledge of affairs there
was obtained merely through brief
telegram?, and not being on the
ground, be would refrain from giving
his views on the strike. The Asso
ciated Prose dispatches received from
Chicago tonight were shown to the
General Matter Workman, but, al
though he clOBely read their contents',
he made no comment thereon what
Jersey f liy Batchers Strike.
Jibhey City, N. J., November 9.
Abjut 200 butchers etrack this after
noon at the abattoir in this city. Tbev
..demanded the discbarge of two men
and the signing of a contract giving
tnem employment lor one year. Trou
ble was anticipated, and Sheriff Ileint
ha a poEse of men on the scene.
Two Haadred Uo( Slayers Onl.
Newark, N. J., November 9. Two
hundred men employed in the hoo
siaughteiing establishment on tbe
Hackensack liver, Hudson oounty, to
day struck for an increase of wages.
The employers agreed to the demands
ot the men, but tbe employes wanted
them to agree not to discharge any of
tbe men. Tbe employers refused and
the men went out. Not a dressed hog
was shipped tonight. Usually there
are several thousand hose dressed in
tbis establishment daily.
An Apneal fur a New Trial Will Be
naue lor the Anarchists.
Nw York, November 9 Obas. F.
Burgman, secretary of the California
Uelense rued Association, en Octo
ber 29th, addressed a letter on behalf
of that association to the Hon. James
A. Whitney of this city, asklna- him
to ose his bent endeavors to bring the
case of the Chicago Anarchists before
tbe United States Supreme Court, and
to assUt in their deleusa in whatever
manner possible. Mr. Whiinov has
agreed to act as counsel. In an inter
view, Mr. Whitney eaid he regarded
the matter purely from a legal stand
point. He expresses no pcrsinal
opinion of the circumstances from
hlch tbe lamentable affair arose.
Every trial occurring under condi
tions of popular excitement, be said,
is liable to be unconsciously in
fluenced. Whst are some times called
technicalities of the law, are frequently
the only protection of substantial
rights, and If. there bas been any error
of lsw or fact in tre trial of there
men, abundant epportun ty for its
nc, location annum be H irJed.
Tho New Trial a Breese.
Chicago, III., November 9. Upon
being shown the .New Yoik dispatch
relative to the case of the Coicago an
arcbiets being tiken np to the Supreme
Uoart. ot tre united s nt s, their coun
sel. Capt. Blaik, lauuhed and said:
"I am getiiog all my information
about tbe anaichiets frem the news
papers. This is tbe first I have beard
of the California De f ansa Fund Ass
ciation, and I don't know Mr. Burg
man or Mr. Whiiney. If the case Is
taken to tbe Uniied States Supreme
Coart it will be on the ground tbat the
riiihtof free speech has been aatailed."
Tbe bill of exceptions and the record
of the court in tbe anarchist casea
having been compared, nothing now
remains be fire the cases go to the Su
preme Court but the signature of
Judje Gary. S'ates Attorney Grin
nell says be believes tbe anarchists'
lawyers to be delaying matters for
purposes known only to themselves.
A DIABOLICAL REDUCER Mil
EKS HIS VICTIM.
Counterfeiters Work the Vlllafe A
rontlfleal Mass to Be Held Over
a Tellaw I'ever Hers.
larlOIALTO TBI AFriAI,.!
Chattahooq a, Tenn., November 9,
It has been discovered that parties now
nnknown have been uttering counter
feit silver dollars in this city for sev
eral days past. No clew has yet been
found to the guilty parties, but it is
believed tbat the negro Manning, ar
rested aud committed here a few days
since for obtaining money from a
number of citisens en forged notes, is
in the gang, and that the offender
will, through turn, be brought 13 jus
The dead body of an unknown
white woman was found today at tha
bottom ot the creex, three milei from
Dalton, Ga., with her skull horribly
crushed. She was lait eeen in a
bungy with a man named Charles
Pelton, late yeetaiday afternoon, and
when the body was found this morn
ing, an examination of the butrgy
a as made, in which was found
clots of blood and bunches of the
woman's, hair leading to Pelton's ar
rest. Pelton came to Dalton recently
frcm Indiana and the murdered wo
man is supposed t j be a victim of his,
eeduced bef .re leaving thut State. It
is thought she followed him to Geor
gia for the purpose of persuading him
to marry ber and to be rid of her,
took her to this retired spot, murdered
and threw her body into the creek.
There are strong probabilities that
Pelton will be lynch d tonight.
Tbe high pontificial niasBof requiem
will be held in this city for the first
time Thursday morning over the re
mains of Father Patrick Ryan, who,
while pator in chargn of the Ca'hnlio
congregation in 1878, during the
yellow fever epidemic, died at
his poit ot doty rs a member of
the Citizens' Relief Committee. The
survivirg members of that committee,
the chairman of which is the Rev. J.
W. Bachman, r,f the Firet Presby
terian Church, will attend the services
in a body, lbe remains of the dead
prieBt will be dis ntern d and rein
terred in tbe new Catholic cemetery,
which will be formally dedicated
on tbst day, Bishop Rademaeher, of
Nashville, cfflclntirg, assisted by a
number of well known priosts.
The rumor that tbe Baltimore &
Ohio Express company had ecooped
theexpresslftanchiseof the Queen and
Orescent route, thus getting sn inli t
totbeKouth.ii now eoiflrmed and
the company's carB will commence
running December 1st.
The Second Dny of the Western
Field Trial Association.
larrouL to TniAPPitL.1
Abilene, Kab , November 9. Tbe
second day s woik began by flninhinir
the unconcluded heat between the
pointer "'Red" and the English setter
'DiekT." 'Red " developed abetter
nose pace and style and won. lbe
next heat between the black
pointer "Crow" and the English set
ter bilcli "Counter-s Llewellyn," whs
won by "Urow, neither snowing
merit. The next het was between
the English Belter "Bridgeport" and
the Irish eetter 'Tatoey." The former
showed better style and nose and
won, against good pace and range in
his opponont. The last of the heat of
ihecaywp.s unll'ii-Iicil between two
English setter?, "Lull"- aud "King
Noble." Bath showed great pace end
fair style, "Luna" leading. There
were forty-two people in attendance.
Birds are very scarce and weather
Tbe United Presb j terinna vs. Mnilo.
Pittsburo, Pa.. November 9 The
Natiqnal Convention of United Pres
byterians, opposed to the action of the
General Assembly on the music ques
tion, met in tbe fourth united rres
byterian Church. Allegheny City, at
2:30 o'clock. The meeting was opened
with prayer, after which the conven
tion was organized, tbe work occupy
ing almost tbe entire afternoon. Tbis
evening's session was devoted to hear
ing a paper by S. F. Morrow, D.D., of
aiDany, it. x,, on "ine amy oi me
United Presbyterian Church to main
tain her existence and to carry for
ward her miesion. teaching and ob
serving faithfully ber standard,
especially her distinctive principles
A general discommon oi tbe subject
followed. The businiss proper of tbe
convention will be trea'od at the morn
ins and aftornojn sessions tomorrow
and Thursday. At the evening session
tomorrow a paper will ba read by W.
H. French, D.D., of Cincinnati, on
"The Basis of Church Union," and a
conference on lbe subject will follow.
The convention will probably adjourn
CleerR-la'B Cloveruor Inaugurated.
Atlanta, Ga., November 9 Gen.
John B. Gordon wis today inaugurated
as Governor of Georgia. He was
sworn in by Chief Justice Jackson.
His Inaugural addrees was a plea for
the reassertlon of States rights. There
wbh an Imposing military dieplav.ff5
BAIN On Wdnndr. Nortmber 10,
im. it 1:45 o'olook a.m., Mri. Mama Bair,
! 77 rssri 8 monthi sod 24 daji.
Funeral will takt plsss from 103 Lindas
itraat at 8 o'olook this (WEDNESDAY)
stVrnnas. FHrnrln r InTitad tn aUnd.
mi. li. L. LASKI,
Physician. Nurgeon and Awoucher,
RgrJLDBNCB AMD OPFIOB,
813 Haiti Mi-eei. Netar Union.
t No. av wm
" THE QUEEN CF TASLE WATLTS."
" APO l.LIXARI S reigns
alone cwng Xaktral Dietetic
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL.
May Ji, 1 834.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,
Silks & Velvets.
Purchased at Eastern Trade Sale.
These ForcedSalf a Glre Ycu
Droat Goodi at 50o, worth full 11.00.
Drsri Uoodi st 7N, worth full 11 W.
Blaok Bilkt st II 35, worth full 11.50.
Vslvetf st 11.00, worth full 11.75.
tombinsUoni st 0, worth full fJ0,
Combination) st IIS, worth full K.
These foodi began arriving Monday
morning, and now bargalni are optstng
ovary day. Ws are buying scd railing
nothing olis hut lovely bargalni.
Our great trade In thli department U
s gosrsntee that our great parohasai
wore st marked advantage.
Kramar'i 15 Jsokat sells elaewhare st
Kromar'a tlO Jsokat lolls alfawhara st
Kroiner'i 112 Junket, nr aaual st 111
Kratnar'i 141 Wrap are not loen atlJ7,
Krxnier'i t3& Wrsiii othon sak for than
K renter's trie Wraps, others ean'l
Bliow at S)75.
These were tha eaiamanta of purahaa
ing oustomeri ia our Cloak Department
Saw Bonnets, Raw rarbael Hals.
New Rlrds, New remitters,
New Fans, New Ilandbere'ls
awliny where thay show yon NBW
GOODS. Raw stylos lsat longer. Now
Ideas are to ba had only in New Goods.
Is The riaoe.
in El CHANT TAIJL.OH,
Cleaalnr, Dyelagrat Repairing,
No. 17 W. Cooit Btiiit.
Ooorn f SRI. Nlohol.
And Still They Come
FIXE 1IA5D SEWED
HaJ-Every lir Warranted-
AT THI CHEAP CASH
410 Main Mrei, Memphlw.
GOLD MEDAL, PAEIS, 178.
Coeo,from which the ox own of
Oil hu boon remove!. IthMfAfY
timet th MtrfngthotCnmnmxvd
with HUrrh, Arrowroot or Bu((ur,
anil l t liorefom fur more econom
ical, coating hit than one etnt a
en;, ii ) auiiuiuui, nourmnnin,
ft rcn (ft honing, oiilly dlKCMted,
una ftdinlrably luhtpUs! for Inval-
U ua well ria lor ptTiuim In lioalln.
- BAKER & CO., Sorcbcstcr, Mass.
KI.N.HOUEE V MlliSN,
aad Repairers of Pianos, OrKang,
And MuilciU Instruments nsnsrally.
807 MAIN HT., MKNPIIIN.
-EMOVBO AI.IVR in from M to 60
-a minutes, eomplete, with hesd, or no
phrire. Medioine plesasnt snd hurmlem.
NO FASTING. Osn be admlnlitered with
safety to ehlld orsdult. Call on
R. M. KEY BTIITH,
At Mrs. Baektsl'i house, eornr Third snd
Madison fta. Cokholtatiok Kssa
UNITED STATES TRADERS
Main OflIce-120 Broad Tray, V. T.
Memphis Ofllce, 2Si MaiySt.
WALTKB 6BEUOBT ATTOklllBT.
arHaadqnsrUrs for the PROMPT COLt-BO-TlOM
of Notes snd AeoosiU.
swOnr Attorney will send (Hronlaxi to all
who will write f ir them.
Notice of Dissolution .
Mmrms, Tins., November, WS.
PllE eoiartnership harot )foro eiisiing sn-
L der tha Irm flftn..fTnmlln A Henlnl
has beat this day diK'ulved by matuiilcun
sent, Mr. Ueo. W. Tomlln retiring. Mr.
YVrs. Benjes will oontinue the business on
his ows ssennnt, sssuming all liabilities snd
oolleoling sUsooeunti dne the old Arm.
OKO. W.TOM UN.
HT Referring to the above. I respectfully
snoounoe to my friends and to the patrons
of I he old rs, that I will remain wllh inf
late rartner. at tha old stand, where I will
gladly aerve those daalrinr anything ill our
line. GK0. W.TOMLfN.
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphis.
ONBorTHB LARGEST BOILER BII0P8
In the Booth, snd the only complete
Boiler and Hhoet-Iron Works in the oity,
saanarselarers ( Heavy Plate Iroa.
warn of every deaerlpiloa. Hpeelal
sttentlos given to plantation work.
GRADUATE ( the Watohaskon' Aoad
eny e rJwiUerland,
PrMtleal VYkicbmakfir and Jeweler.
M- Fins Work s 8rclalty.-m
Ba. TS lleale Mtroe, Mrapbli, Teaa
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD. ASSETS, $00,800,000
9" Pa d PoIlej-IIolden U 1SS.',, fts ooo.000, and Not 9 Dollar of
Contested ( Ulmf-iwi
JTZfXPlit record la really naisrkabia in iu eshlblt of energetic snd aklllrsj saaasgef
ft! 7it7?ll,,V, Pelloy-boldera. The praeent statement is plainly the best
taZZJtBuZ "J,iMu"d thu & "T"',
PVUKLY MUTUAL, AM) I1EJ8CE IXNUItAXCE AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Boom 1, Cotton Exchange Building.
DILLARD k COFFIN,
V&TitNh A1viin4HH to Mer'lmnU hiiiI Ilnn(erw.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING G00D3,
Wot. 336 and 338 Main St Mexnphli,:Tena.
sllK.'".".,, WnZti " mU1 nmf" UW 4l
TuuissVM Jtanolscttirliig Co.'i PlaWs DrRls, HhefitUr. Hnlrtlif, tS
' XBIVXlVCOZa- tn) CaVAXsm, -
5 Cur-loada N(el Walla,
8 ar-Ioala WuiilT aad Hod.
1 Car-load Liirrf, llaiua and SauNRgee
a Car-loadx Auioricaii NnrdlncM.
1 Car-lal New IIiUmIiim,
1 Car-loatl JVfiar Nalmoii,
1 Canlond Oallfwruta Canned Fruit,
10 Car-loitd Toniatnen. I'envliow, Corn, Ete.
1 Car-load Atinorai Mlnite Meat,
8 Car-loadH Nfw York Itnekwheat,
Cur-load IMnafeel. Kraut and Harre! Pickle,
a CardoadH Nllver Moon Cream Cheeae,
a. ur-ioHin Virginia I'eanilin,
a Cur-loiida Fire CrakerM ami Firework,
SI Car-loadH !nlrand Currant,
3 Car-loan's! Fine HaiiaiiMN,
li Car-loads) Ited lien liavlM Apnlew,
a Car-loada Fresh Fancy CanslieN,
1 Car-load Oatmeal, CrMcketl Ifheat, Elc,
Aud a complete anaortiuent ol'NInple and Fancy Grtvariea
lor the apcclal uae or Conulry Merclianta. '
ItoTheiid lor a Prlee-LlHl.-iM
I. B. 69DWIH, PrsVU , a. (jOOUUAK, Ylee-Prea'U C. Q..KAI3K, CmUss,
J. H. eOODBAB,
T. B. SIM,
. N ILHUff .
a. x. uwrsn,
0. B, BRYAN.
SSrA apsslterF af tsM Mass af TasiaBaaaea. TvaaMsiaets a
Haalaseas assel (Ives Ba)olal
OP MEMPHIS- 81FE DEPOSIT, TBU8T CO.-AND
Xo.Vt MADISON 8THEET, MEMPJI1M,TE..
U. UIDLKT r-R YHKH.Freeldeal. W. N. WII.NFHNON, Vlre-rresldeat.
K. i. HLAVH, iubl-r, WW. 8 OKI ft I MU, teller.
BOARn OF IIHKlOa,
W. D. BKTHEL. J. R. GODWIN,
T1108, H. ALLKN.
nuni u fluuivii. dnu. iivnniun. ji..
0. 1. MolXWKLL. R. bVDLKi FRAYHKH.
JNU. UVKKTUN, JS.,
BAVINUn KSPEt'IALLT SOLICITED. HITEBKUr PAID OS Kr4Ta
TU 18 INSTITUTION 18 AUTHORIZBDUN08R THB LAWS OF TENNESSEE, t
To do a Oeneral Bankinr Business, Pisoonnt Pai'er, et. To Bur nd Bell .Stocks, Bonds asi
Loeal Heonrtlies. To Reoeire DenoeiU and pay INTKHKSf therein. To Inreet In Securities
for Kiiates, Minors. Truiteea, and others. To act aa Trustee, Administrator, Executor or
Uuardian, same si sn Indiridnal. To sot sa Heoeirer fur Corporations, Litigants, and fa
all eases or Trnst. To Bur and Hell Eiohaniie. Also, have s Sale Deposit Vault, whereia
Valuables of all kinds ean be safely kept. A Depository ot the State of Tennessee.
esrSpoolal Attention Paid to Onllei-tlnns. I'atrnnare Keei'tlullT 8nlioitid.Tia
0. 0, GOOVEB & CO.
LUMBER YARD; PLANING H'lILL
Doort,Nau, IllludM, MoldlaRH,all kludi of Door and Window
Framea, Uracket, fteroll-H'ork, Hoiiku aud DreMsted
Lumber, ShlnR-lea, Iiths, Water Tanks,
All klndaol Wood Work Executed at Short Notice.
Nos. 157 to m Washington street, Memphis. Tenn.
i mi viuesV uu iiy wt
And Commission Merchants,
XT. && and S3 SXdIon Ptret, Hgpar
rr-y WMimsji .a?i i u - .3a .. j. Jt . 7.T ? -''.
'. . MIWsxfK.
AlleaUaai to VallaeUnasa.'
P.P. READ. W. N. WILKERR01T,
W. F, lAVLUn, It. II. I
n. . i iMn. n. ii. dul
rriitlnD U ft
Ws. A.WILUAHSOM. K.J. BLACK.