MEMPHIS. TENN., SATURDAY NOVJ3MBEU 13, IS$G.
VOL. XLVI NO. 205
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LIES 15 JUL AWAITING 1 TRIAL
Seduction and Abortloa-Aa Inno
cent Country Girl's Life
ISTKIAL TO Til arr-Bab.
NaahVj llb, Twm . November 12
Psrticahra have jost been unearthed
of a most heinous crime by the arrest
of Tfconas J. Walton and Charles
Boberls upon the cliarae of abduction,
eeduc ion and abartion. It appears
that, under the promise of marriage,
Walton had, seyeral month ago, se
duced a young girl named Willie Le
nora Roney, living at Fountain Had,
a small eta' ion on the O. and N. rail
road in Sumter cocn'y. He met
her on the ttain Tuesday last
while she was en route to visit
her brother in Kentucky and induced
her to come to Nashville, where they
would be merried and he would ao
'coirpauy her to her brother's. The
girl was simple aijd unsophisticated,
though beautiful, and, loving the
man, cemented. He purposely missed
the train end, with the sid of his ac
complice, Roberts, took the g'rl to a
doctor on the ontek rts of the
town, where an attempt at abor
tion WcB made. Fearing that the
operation would prove inefficacious,
medicine was given to the sirl whioh
had the effect cf almost rendering her
insane. 6he was placed in a room st
a second class hotel, Walton stating
that she was his wife. The girl wtfl not
allowed tn communicate with her
friends, and someone around the hotel
suspected scmstbii g wrong and gave
the detectives a clew. When found by
the Chief of Police last night the girl
was in a pltieble condition and tier
relatives wnre dispatched for and ar
rived tonight. The scoundrel Walton
is still in jail although his acsomplice
5ave boiid and was released,
he girl, who is of respectable
and well to do parentage, will
be taken home as soon as ber con
dition will permit, while the author of
hrruin will Rt tall that the law will
allow, and the doctcr who performed
the operation will get h i just deserts.
Walton is travelirg salesman for a
whnla.ola niana and nrran fi'm. while
Roberts stave's for a wholesale gro
A YanlBfol Murderer Aa Old Blind
Negra 11 raws MOO Prnslan
Invimii. to ths ipriiL.l
Nashviili, Tbnh., November 12.
Willie Willard, colored, a 12 year old
tVtnnl Vnw ahnt find killed Jnbn
Brown, colored, a scheolma'e.aged 10
years, at a lew minutes past ii o cor
this morning in Brooks's alley, in the
vo.r nf thn Pearl snhonl. on 8outh
Summer etreet. The b.ys had been
dismissed from school to retnrn some,
Tunnn RllIYimor llrilfL Willie Wil
lard took from bis pocket a seven
. 1 .1 1 Y" I . - I .
cnamoerea pisioi ana ouereu iu boh i.
to Jno. Stewart, a boy who aicom-
him Stowarr Hair! he did cot
want it Willard started ti discharge
the pistol in tne s,rouna out was
i.n.j my In An mn Tha hnv ttimed
IawdwI Tnkn Tliiam and with en oath
said, "I will kill you," and ahot at the
aame time .ire uiue i now uit.unnj
fell pierced through the bead. The
Ymllot untitarl fha fan'Ar ' nf the fnra.
head and Brown d ed shortly afttr 12
o'clock. Willard was found by the of
ficers concealed in tbe basement of bis
home and was at once locked up.
An essil blind nrsro in this citv re'
ceived a chock thiti morning from
Parminn A oont Waunir f ir SA AO 9 S3.
This is the largest peiflion ever paid a
colored man In th'S Statu. Seveial
white pensioners have mceived $7000
A Segrm Bey Hen HI. Head Revered
from n is dim,
Ibmsul to thi irrtih.l
Birmingham, Ala., November 12.
Porter Robinson, a young negro Doy,
tried to cross tbe track iu front of the
south-bound Louisville and Nashville
mail this eveninir, but stumbled, and
the train ran over his neck.completely
severing his head from his body.
PISE BLUFF, ARK.
C. R. Brecklnridae Fleeted From
tne aecona ( onKrrni.u.i
IPm.I. TO THI APPIAI..1
Pine Bluff, Abk., November 12.
Complete returns from the counties
composing the Second Congrevional
District ot Arsarea? give v. a. crms
inrirlarA. TlritTinrtrnt. Iftfi3: Oar lie. La
Knr VM7: Tnh. R?Dublican. 3823,
In honor ot tbe triumph of Democracy
a party consisting of tbe political
fiiends and neighb ra of Mef. Breck
inridge serenaded him at his home in
this city last night. The distinguished
young Congressman responded to tbe
compliment in one of his happiest
Last Day of the Nhlpplngr and Ia
SriIALTO THI ArriAL.l
Pknsacola. Fla.. November 12.
There was not much left to be done in
the Shinning and Industrial Conven
tion today outside of the reading of
the remaining papers, and these were
disposed ol beiore noon, as iouows;
"The Shm Building at Gulf Ports," by
Cant. 8. 0. Cobb. Pensacola, and
i inl. Chnrln S. Hill, of the State De-
nartment. Washington, secretary of
tha American Mhinuine and Industrial
League: and "Ir n Manufacture at
Gulf Ports." by CM. L. H. Sellars,
Pensacola: All these were very posi
tive and hopeful in reference to the
prospects of the industries in ques
tion. Mr. G. is. West, ot Birmins
ham. backed up the first two with an
enthusiastic) speech on the resonrcee
of the Birmingham dutrict lor bub
taming tne snip Duiiuing tnauetry.
resolation of respect to tbe mem
oryof Capr. M. H. Gardner, of Mobile,
was adonted. and the Hon. John M,
Martin, of Birmingham, and Wilson, of
Mobile, made short speeches eulogistic
of him. A resolution was adopted
matins the organisation permanent
end declaring that when it adjourned
it should be to a general meeting of the
league in Washington in January.
Papeis were fl ed to or included in tbe
tbe Soutn American oiaratn ior vn
Gulf States," by Congressman R. W,
TnwnRhpnd. nl Illinois; "Quaraatini
at Gulf Ports," by J. D. Wolf, of Pensa
la. At the night session, which
was the last of the convention, and
which, according to the prorramme,
waa to he davntnd to the subject of
manufactnrinir industries in Georgia,
Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Lou
isiana ana Texas, the most ncieworvui
thins was an interesting paper by J,
K. Pieree. of Warrior. Ak. on the
"Coal Trade of the Birmicgham
Diet let" Birmngham as named
as the place ol the next annual
DT f tbe Westers
larioiALTo tii ArriAL.1
Abtlbns. Kas.. November 12 Fifth
day of tbe Wei-tern Field Trial Asso-
ciauon. rue nrdt beat ot tne i imm
series between Lufra and Spot Ba ton
was won by Lufra. Toe pointer koq
bad a bye. The final for first money
in the all aged stake between the En
glish setter Lufra, owned by N. B.
Ntsbir, and tbe pointer Bad, was
won bv Lufra. An er'ra heat be
tween Bridgeport and King Noble to
select dog t j run With Rod for sec
ond money waa won by Bridgeport.
The race for second place was long and
tiresome, bat was finally won by toe
Tennessee pointer dog Rod, owned by
W. B. Stafford. The third money was
well divided, and the derby begins to
morrow. The deiby entries are to be
run through one series and the dogs
then placed by the judges. The at
tendance was larger man on any pie
vious day. The judging has given
great satisfaction, and tne trial has
been a success so far.
A New Mill Harper's Tewrlste The
arsoiAL to thi Arriii..
n.xMkiTkitmak Tiu.. lfovember
12. A number of Ohio capitalists, to
geiher with several monied men of
this city, will form a company at once
for the purpose of operating a mam-
mom sieam lorge ior maning r.uruu
faulinora frnua awitrchas una ftnrvtfl.
The plant will be erocted at a cost of
$100,000 and be located in the vicinity
ol us new iurnace, ine gruuuu iui
which will be broken next week.
Ihia will ha a nin.t ImnorLant new in
dustry and will employ from 100 1)
Z0l) Bkiuea laDorera.
The East Tennessee railroad sys'em
have put on a third train to ran from
this city to make quick counection
for New York. Tbe time from here
tn V Ynrlr vlll ha 29 hoiirfl. 5
hoais earlier than any time hereto
fore made irom any eoutnern poinr.
The citizens of Cba tanooga met t
nlabt. and fiihuniihert a handaome sum
to entertain Mr. J. T. Inman and bis
guests, tbe Harper Brothers and Chas.
Dudley Warner, who are now in tbe
Unnth makin. a tmr nf lnpneniion.
All the committees necessary to tbe
entertainment 01 me visitors were p
. . . -iii
pointed, ana a great time win ue ac
Mr. T. M. Dear, reprefle&ung tbe
Baltimore era uaio jxpretw wm
n ia in t Via nitv orrinainff f ir ftftirtftH
etc., for bis company which recently
flcoopea i lie express iranuuibB uu mo
Qacen and Orescent Route. Mr. Dear
b a toa Vtof Vila nnmnanv vtll ffivA Ani
fruit growers the finest rates ever
known, wnicn means a vssi asai io
nkntl.nMM anrl vti.tnitv Whan t 1.
tamamhnrad that 1 (KYMlOfl nonndl of
strawDemes aione were suippeu irom
i &. : 4: i -. HA.Bnn .v.a im
. . . i , i t
portance of lower express rates may be
AN UNJUST CHARGE
Hade by the Railroad Hen Aajalnst
Dry oaa Herenaats.
Hn Vntr. Nnvnmhnr 12. One of
the membsrs of tbe Houinfrn railway
ana eucamsmp Associauon, now iu
session in this city, aseerted yeBterday
4V,af VtA Ara irttta mornhflnU nf New
xork enippea 10 me vvegiana didw
points silk, lacs and ether fine good',
in wrappers with cotton piecs goods
label, thus defrauding tbe railroad?,
Thn rtrv oioda men isusd a letter to
A m donvincv tha nharvn. '1 her claim
the reason this cha'ge of fraud was
maae was 10 cover up iutir rtai renB-jus
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in Hesitating io grant ma rnuunuuu
A hv lha Richmnnd and Din-
ville railroad. Cotton piece goods are
now charged aa s:xtn class irom bjuio.
em cities, but must pay firit and sec
nnd c1rb mt.pn from New York South
Commissioners Fink and Guillford
say that under rigid inspection no
.aflod if rtiahnna.fv hava henn fonnd
in Bhippiog goods irom tnis city.
Kinmina Ledaer. November 11. 188R
'Air Inula R i.anthat. nf the firm of I
Sameleon & Co., left yesterday on bis
maiden triD as a commerc al evangel
ist, intending to distribute fine cigars
and tobaccos through the country
na'urally tributary ti Memphis end
make his firm aa well known abro d
as at home. It is supcifiunuB to add
that he will be succses'ul in securing
larse orders. This vouog and en er
nriBing firm have eeveral traveling
salesmen on the road, and are push
ing their way to tbe front rank as
large and liberal dealers They carry
a complete slock of all the popular
brands in imported and domestic ci
gars, chewing tobaccos, etc., etc., and
concede nothing in business to any
competitor. The best way to find out
whether tbis item is founded on tact
is to patroniza this firm and tben draw
your own conc'u.'ons
Thk remedy .for all pain, Salvation
Oil. Sio cents. ,
Oeod Biveia far HavlfatleB.
PiTTRanao. Pa.. NnTember 12.
There are eocd croBcects of a rise in
the rivers and a resumption of naviga
tion, which ban been practirauy sus
pended sines last spring. Rain has
been falling most continuously for
forty-eight hours and enough water is
expected to permit cf the shipment of
nearly 10,000,0(0 bushels of coal to
Cincinnati, Louisville and the South
It would make a stone image turn
moon with anw nhanl-ve lha ex
pression of profound disgust that set-
tl.. ilnnrn nn tha 1ata nf the dfdr.toF
V 1 Ulnu . U U AHWD . ' "
when he hears his patients praising
Ut. 15UU s uougn eyrnp.
BenevlnaCnanty eeardsby Force.
St. Paol, Minm., November 12. A
telegram from Montevideo, Minn.,
aays: At 2 o'clock tbis morning the
courthouse of Lacqui Parle coonty was
VirnV.n info, nrcnnmahlv hT a MadiSOn
delegation. The end of tbe brick
nit. bin ha'tarad dnwn and theCOm
nlete cnuntv records taken. Tbe bur
j.. r..nnl ..(a tha Onnntv Treas
urer was also taken. Tbe safe is said
to contain considerable money belong
ing tn tha pnnntv Murlinnn was voted
IK. Annntff Beat a. tha luftt election.
Gov. Hubbard received a telegram
from the County Auditcr stating that
the records were being removed to
M.di.nn and a.blnn fnr InRtmctionS
Got. HnbbarJ answered: "The
Hnnntv Attorney and Sbetiff will b
able to secure obedience to the law
and tbe court."
Holiday Presents, Wnlford
THE KATIOML CIP1TAL.
THE C1SE OF POSTMASTER HAR-
Has Net Been Taken Up by the Civil
Bervlre Cetrmissioa Presi
Wasbiuqton. November 12. Tbe
Civil Service Commission has as yet
taken no ac'ion in retard to tbe
charges made by the Civil Service Re
form Association ol roil .deipnia
againBt Postmaster Harrity. It is
probable, however, that an investiga- j
tion wilt be made, aa Commissioners
Oberlv and Lyman favor that course.
Mr. EJgertoo, president ol tne com-
m'ssion, thinks tbe charges are not
sufficiently definite to demand atten
tion. To an Associated Press reporter
Mr. Edgerton said tonight that more
definite charges must be made before
be would undertake-an investiga' ion.
Tbe charge that certain persons se
cured possession of examination pa
pers, he said, was made Dy toe
same association iai joiy, ami
tbe commission informed the com
mittee sent here to file the charges
at that time that it was too vague to
warrant action. "The fact that Mr.
Harritv has removed a large number
of bis employes and, as is alleged, re
placed mem witn democrats, jur.
Edgerton said, "is a thing with which
the commission has nothing to do.
Mr. Harrity hai'.a perfect right to
make all the removals he chooses. All
the new appointeos have been certi
fied from the commission's list of per
sons who have passed civil ervice
examinations. The charge that
many of the new appointees are
Catholics, and that the appointments
have been distributed among the va
rious wards of the city, are not matters
that reqnire any notice by tne com
mission as long as the men appointed
were selected in the proper way from
the lists certified to the postmaster by
Washington. November 12. The
President made the following appoint
ments today: William D. Burnett, of
Cincinnati, to be Attorney of the
United Mates for tbe Mom n em ins
irict cf Ohio; Timothy W. Jackson, of
New York, to bs Indian Agent for the
State of New York; Amos A. Brown,
of New York, to be Conml of the
United States at Ulitton, Oot.; wm.
H. Bowman, of Rochester, N. Y., to
be Commissioner to examine a sction
of the Oregon and California R lilroad
in Dlace 01 ijiaeon j . l ucaer, aecunea :
Francis A. Hodman, to be Ap
praiser of Merchandise in the District
ot UDieago, m.; unanes vY.insu, oi
Iowa Citv, la., to be Surveyor General
of Nevada: A. W. Eibesbuts, of Cala-
f ornia, to be Ricaiver of Public Moneys
at Independence, oal., vice Micnaei j.
Cady. resigned ; Jo tin if. JLaird, ot uu
afornia, to be Roister of tbe Land
Office at Independence, Cil., vice Da
vid Walker, resigned: Timothy A.
Byrnes, of Atlantic City, N. J., to b
Agent lor tne tnuians oi me uimau
end Ouray Consolidated Agency in
Utah; Samuel A. Walton, of Ken
tucky, to be Consul of the United
Ntntva si Annncion.
Ohaa. Francis Adams. Ir.. President
of the Union Facittc Kailroao. arrived
in Washington todsy to cooler witti
the Secretary of the Interior in
regard to the accounts of that com
pany. Revenue Receipts.
Washington, November 12. The
government revennes so tar tr.ia
mnnth affirreiriite S12.365.573. The
expenditures during the same period,
Inn inHinir SiMll ( (HI nene on navmenr.
were $7,056,063, being $5,339,507 less
than the receipts.
Ctaaneery Oonrt Ellett, Judge.
DanUInnn TJvinratone VS Living'
stone, sale allowed ; Hudnall vs Hud-
nall, commusioners to allot nomesieaa
appointed and sale for balance; En-
swinger vs rowers, original ana
amendid bill allowed; tticmvs nics,
petition may be emended, not eurti'
dently veiified; Charablets vs Am
mojntt, memoranda ruling on excep
Decrees McGintv vs Amnions
Morris vs Mai quia, Balch vs Hay nee,
dismiss! ; State vs Moore, dis. two
seres ; Hicks vs Hicks, leave to amend ;
Evans vs B aumout, eale confirmed ;
Stats vs Smith, die. lot 41. block 10
Sta'e vs Fleece, dis. lot 2, block 10;
GuflU'g vs. Williams, appointed guar
dian ad litem ; Tennessee Bank vs Eb
bert. reference; Kennedy vs Camp
bell, leave to plead; Liviugatone vs
Livingstone, sale; Stats vs. Gilbert,
Additional calendar for November
15th : Nos. 6297, Downey vs Downey ;
5270, lUmbaut vs tfeanmoni; ozo
Bteman va Bovd: 6282. Jones vs
Jones: 6288. Alexander vs Eaton
6295, Rowen vs Cox ; 5301, Donnegan
vs Younir: 5303. Quinn vs Robinson:
6307, Jones vs Lee; 5309, Smith vs
8'aughter; 52(9, Stewart vs bneiny,
R andL.: 6271. Plummer vs Gallo.
wav: 6279. Bovd vs Cannon; 5285,
Harman va Haggerty; 6292, McLean
va MnLean: 6296. Smith vs Smith
K302. Kansas Citv railroad vs Rich
mond ; 6306, Sims vs Memphis, Selma
and Brunswick railroad ; 6308, Glasj
vs Taylor ; 6310, Hettinger vs Bchellen
Hulford, Jeweler, 294 Main street
solicits orders from tne country.
A ato.ooo Horse Dead.
Cincinnati, 0 , November 12. The
noted imported stallion Prince Char-
UA iu h.nnAt. rf M v Tljn flvtoart.
IIO, UV j'l j.'-. j v. ... .. - " - J
died at tbe Elmendoi fl farm, Fayette
county, last night, of colic. He was
Inspect Mnl ford's stock.
tntratta mn vrinDS.
Vnnndstinnn. f Hilar walls Snd build
ings subject to overffow should be cnn
structed with Louisville Cement. It la
Doesn't Know Ills Mother Is Dead.
Pittsbcso. Pa.. November 12. A
r.AHr.n Pa iliandtVi funnrll Mr
ViCrwu) ( uiontbu .upv. w
Andrew Carnegie steadily improving.
. I 1 . . I A - 1 1 f L..-
lie nan not yet ueeu vuiu ui uib m
er a deatn.
Gold Pens at Nulford'n.
A Btomy Meetlaf.
Chicago, III., November 12. A
stormy meeting of the ptsieoger
agents of tbe east bound lines was
held today. The Chicago and Grand
Trunk and Baltimore and Ohio roads
demanded protection and authority to
met the cut rates of tbe Chicago and
Atlantic road, the demand being put
in the form of molniions and voted
down. A copy ot the rscordt of tbe
meeting was tatn'demanded, and will
be laid before tbe managers of the
Grand Trunk toad. It is threatened
hat the general pitseneer agent will
ba ordered to iguore the asKCiation
acd meHts oompntitor's rates. The
Chicago and Atlantic road is still sell
ing over its coumers n-st class tickets
from Chicago to New York at $17.
Or THKCOHDITIllJI OF TUB Alt
ai ETa r
The Country Ueaeral nnd Favor
, akin Activity la All
Naw Ycrk, November 12. Special
telegrams to Bradttrtet'i show a .con-
nued lack oi general activity in ins
distribution ot staples, with the ex
ception in favor of iron, steel and
lumber. Dry go nils seem to bear tne
brunt of the falling cfi in demand,
while textiles genera ly and produce
are quiet. At a few points the retail
trade lias ueen Btuuuiaieu ny comer
weather, but wholesale merchants ex-
Slain that country traders have not
iepoeed sufficiently of their recent
tieavy purcnase s io warrant a revival
n buying, ine industrial irouDies in
Chicago and in Eastern New York
knitting mills nave not seriously at-
fected general trade yet, al-
thniioh 4D.0L0 emn nvei have
been rendered idle. The labor troubles
and a check to the foreign demand (or
American securities created a uullnees
u tbe stock market, wi'h some ten
dency to lower prices. Speculative
activity was for a time transferred to a
number ol negieciei specialties and
Southern stocks. The market became
somewhat lower towaid the close of
the week. Tee trneaQ'iona o: the
New Yoik Stock Excbamre for tbe
week amounted tJ 1,952,522 shares,
aginet 1,593,081 shares last week.
Honda wers nrm ana advancing.
The transactions o! the week were
$12,147,300, aain.t $0,816,100 last
week. Money is eaner, tne ar
rival cf more gold from Europe,
together with the activity of
tbe Treasury in ai.ticipa'ing De
cember and January li. tercet payments
tending to improve the situation. The
S'opprge of offerings of b lis against
recunties gives loreign cxrnange a
firmer tone. fliouey ia returning
from the West more generally than a
week ag, although at Kansas City
and Milwaukee the country demand is
very bea,vy. Tbe total bank cKaringa
at thlity cities are $!, 037,043,521,
against $1,003 387,011 lost week.
American makers oi pig iron ano
finished ircn ara confident ef the
future. A modi-rato advance in
prices of raw iron is looked f t in a
law weeks, (By $1 per tin. The
railmills have coutracUd about 700,
C00 torn fcr 1887 delivery, nearly one-
half thklr caoucitv. 1'eiroleuui cer-
tifica'es have gsteially broken out of
the rut in which they have laid, about
u5c Der barrel, and on 'ihtrndiy ad
vanced to 72 Jo, closing wi. w neat
continues heavy and pricts low. The
enormous stacks at the Northwest
make MinneauHis incline to bearish'
nets. In MlnnOo.a and Dako'a 55 per
cent, bf the total crop is reported out
of farmers s haoui.
Mulford'w, 201 Wain.
TKTa l.amlnfl art,Ma Will ftnnn S
XM'a itu.i umuq w.w.w.. ..... v.
U'a nn..nH:..i a. ( haTA 111 MfinilflV
night. TheOhicaifO Inter Ocean thm
. tr II.. lirr:
peaks oi ntr seiirg in jnurcene: mo
action of ths play in brisk and contin
uous, and it isgrat tying to find a plsy
as iree iruiu supiu iuua iiiuibciiuai,
is, as little cua.b-red wih talk and
platitude. Ths dialogue, whi his of
good literary merit, is direct to the
purpose, effective, a'id in humerous
pbases pal and smiising. inueeu, ine
Ann.a.lw r Vi n 1 r 1 1. IllbPU I ti f.na tt i til
cbieftst virtu's, now and tben being
oencaie enougn vi ui ciinnuiug. mo
lnn ia r, a m,..l, a'-nOA tl,fk UVOrHirA
dramatic comp s tion tht competent
mnr.llgeuitJDi anil bhi'auid bu iviii
k... l.i .H..M.B Mian tiYtravrh nluva
her part with fo ce and ability snd
t rrA annclaa tlia lilian' rlar Willi A
supi rb beauty of face, figure and toilet
trial recommunut ni r iu auiuim:iuii.
Diaiooud WalcheH. Mulford'sj
Blast Fnrnaees and Their Oulpnl.
PiTTsnoRO, Pa., November 12. The
mon hly report of ti e enditionof the
blaH furnaces cf the UniUd States,
publubed by the Amoican Manujact
urer today, snows 312 furnace with a
weekly capacity ot 122,641 t.i. s, in
blast on November 1. and 272 f in acrs
with a weekly capacity f 03,4!)9 tons
out of blast. At the S'nin tine last
year 233 furnsc h, haviiu k cHtaci'y of
76.723 tons per week, wera n Mast.
The repoit shows an in rea e in tbe
production of cha' coal irou over last
year of 25 per cent., cf anthracite- 33
percent., and cf bituminous 80 per
Monogram ltmigh', Wulford
Till powder never Yarles. A marTel oi
parity, ttrenith and whole"omenea. More
economical than the ordinary kind!, and
esnnot be told is oompeittlon with the mul
titude of low teit, inort wsisht alum or
pho'Bkate rowderi. Bom oxly is CAM.
iuo tt ait ivvev, ew &vi.i
f ROYAL KCW11 J
"THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
u Its numerous competitort
appear to here, one after antth(r
BRITISH REDICAL JOURNAL
.V.r Jt, J334.
Onll Crem, Prujfiitt, Afs. It'mi. PratrA
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Notice to Shippers.
aus-Tbs Btr. K. W. OLE Isavea THIS)
aT, at 1 a.., ior Sold Dait ana Way
Lsadtnci. ....., a .
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Extraordinary Low Prices
UlHtance Kverj thing.
Seal Wraps, Beaver Trlm'd...$l9 00
Fine astrachau Norfolk! 6 60
Tailor Made Coats 9 50
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS I
BEAUTIFUL STYLES JUST OPENED.
FROM BERLIN DIRECT
300 Jacket, and Coiitu,
EACII ONE DIFFERENT. GOME AND
Juit Rsoslvsd and on Diiplur Today.
Every Slat In HIssm' floaas aa4
!( RE ill EE'S.
KENMOISl-X aV MAIINN,
and Brpalrrrs or flanoa, OrRaas,
And Muiloal Inttrumsnli flsnsfslly.
117 MAIN UT., MKMPIIIH.
TAf K WOHMn KsmoTsd Alirr, in from
40 mlnnlfiito2 hnur, with head oom
plsls. or no oharss. No Katln nquirsdi
no iioi innufl uisdlolnsi. ('an bs taken with
ae by child rr dnl'. Cull or Mod for cir
cular!. DR. M. NKYBVlITU.B.e-ialiit,
71 m1ion Hreet, Mempnif.
UNITEU STATES TRADERS
Main Office 120 ltroadwaj, N. Y.
Memphlg Ofllce, 285 Main St.
WALTER OBKOOBT ATTOKKKT.
ata-Hsadqaarttrnfortha PROMPT COLLEC
TION of Hotel ana Aooounif.
-0ar Attorney will land Clroalsn to all
who will write I r theiUj
And Still They Come
FISE HAM) SEVH)
UarFvery Pair Varruii(cd-Wi
only an.oo A PAIB.
410 Wain Wlrel, Wemplilw.
V. B. Enoti' Orrini.l
Mamnhli, Teno.. Noyember 10, lKHfl. J
KALKD PROPOSALS, IN TRIPLICATE,
nliiank tn tha mual flonditionfl, will be
rnniilvAif at thlanffina Dntll 1 m. of Noysinber
2fi, lHHrt, to b-lhen and thtra puhlioly opened,
for lores work In ths Plum Point Reaoh, to
ths spproxlinaU aiaoant of 4M,0UO oabia
got blank form, snd detailed information,
spply st this oBtos. ,,
The risht li rsaerrad to reject any or all
bids, snd to wsWe defeoU.
BMITU 8. LEACn,
Captain of Engineer'. U. B. Army.
DK. It. L. LASKI,
PbyHlclun, Nui scou ami Aonowcliwr,
RBSIDKNCB AND OKI ICK,
IH.I MaluNtreel wir Ciilou.
Telephone No. W.
Y LATE RESIDENCE PROPERTY en
MoLetnore avanne. neur btate rsmale
CoIIcko. The property, wnieh It In Ureen-
wooa. tne mott attrantiTe ana irowm, iuu
urb of Msmphia, oonnisti of five aorea ol
E round unaurpaaaed for heaithlulneu snd
eauty ot locailon, oonuinlnn a laris Tsrle
ty of foreiit and fruit tre-i, ornamenul trees
snd shrubbery i s two story residence oois
prisins ton rooms conveniently arranged,
with ample supply of closeU: also, kitchen,
servants' room, stable, carriage hnuie, coal
mnA ni.,i!4r. hnnu nil nverttl Other OUt-
buildings; two good cirterns and a deep
brick -walled well witn niiurer, aa aepoai
fn milt. knll.. f.Mllll DlDalS. OtC. CoH'
venient scceis to the city by itrest ears snd
r.nM.iiat nn.i.iiinn lvfln to nuronsser.
l.ln. anixi V.,f Lnrrni of payment apply
liar i.ffloe. No. Madison it , ' r telephone
No n. J. W. t'LAPf.
308 Front St.
M U iliii ialaLasBLLii J il l14C SrA aCssaalWry af a tamaeasoa, Tranaaoia llanaraf aani g
It 1 ; 1 f ': 'JJMJ Hsuunasa nna kit lal AtaanU tm )llaUoa.-nsi
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD.
DaT Paid PcllQ-Uolders in 1885.
anrBaea rscord It nslrr rsmarkshis in
nsot snd lihersl trsstmsnt of ptiy-bolilo-i.
ths Vora Lira hu avsr mds and
Umumrmi flsiMita, rtrnary u,
PUUKL.Y MUTUAL, A AID IIEKCE IXSUIIASCE AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Boom 1. Cotton Exchange) Buildinz.
' 0 1
5 ur-lodn Nierl Nails,
3 Carloada Nnutr and Nol,
1 Car-load I.aril, IIhiiim and NautAKe.
a Car-loadn Amrrloaii Nardinri.
1 4'arlfad New KhInIuis
1 Car-lond New Nalmou,
1 Cardond Call Torn la CannMl Fruit,
IO CaHosds ToniatoeH. I'eacheM, Coru, Etc.,
1 Car-load Atiiiorc'M Mince Meat,
a Carload4 New York lluekwheat,
a Car-loal liKreet, lira ut and Itarrel ricklesi,
a Car.oiln Nllver Moon Cream Cheee,
a C'nr-loadM Vlrxlnla loamil,
Car-loiuN l'lro Cnu-kern and Firework,
a Car-lwad JViitH Hud t'lirraiitn,
H Car-load h Fine Hmiaiia,
5 Car-londa lied Hon lavlM Aln,
a Car-load Frewh Fancy ChihIIpw,
1 Car-load Oatmeal, Crnckcd IVlient, VAc,
And a eomplele assortment of Maple and Fancy Oroeerlesi
tor the He4lal ne or Connlry Mercliauti.
loTMcud lor a lrlcc-Llnt.ite
Olivers Finnie cfo Oo,
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER TUB FIRM NAME OP
1IKAN A LILLY ai dinwilvsd nn NovsmOor tf. 1HHU. .f-v,0.15.
Hsmiihii, Isnn.,osmbsr 11. in.
WM. DEAN, Prw't. I JAMES REILLY. Vlos
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
Teieihonei nn Moln Sfrifit
John 1 Illy. sf . 4iavln. James Wellly.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,003,
I. B. Cr9WIir, Prtan. J. K. BOODBAK, YlaPren. C H..KAimt, Cnakiaal
3BosJrct of Jlrootorah
I. B.TVU.1T. ... QODBAa. J, , 109WTJI.
OF MEMPIII8-A SAFE
Mo. 43 MADiBOJI Nl lll
R. DUDLET FRTNIfB, Frealdrnl,
H. j. HLat n, imw.
W n.BETHEL. J.R.OOnWIN.
TliiM II AI.1.KN. JNO OVKRTON.Js., W.F. TAVI.UK, R. u. VS3'
T B. f. MoUOWKl'L. R UUDLKK FRaYskIi. Wa.A.WILLIAMSON. R. J. BLACK.
BaVINUN KNPKIIIAI.LT HOLM'ITKO.
TIIIB INSTITUTION IS AUTHORIZED
To do s Osn.ral Banklns ButlnaH. Dinoount Psir. w. to uf naS,"I"";V """mJ.
Lonal Hecaritle.. To Rec-slv. Depo.iU and nay IN IEHKH T herson. To Ins.t Is ""J
forK.'atsii. Minor.. Tru.tee. snd olh.n. To act a. Troile.. Adin nl.tral r, fcutor of
Uuarilian, ama al an inniviuuai. iii ov -""K": ,, i,:",, Ki.i
U eauen of Troit. To Buy and Hell Kinhanso. Al.o. hay. a Bale 1P"' V"''' WD,r'B
Valuaolea or all Kinai own oe phioit noin,. n
aa-piamHi rttiennnn rani in vniifi-iionH.
'mom & m.
try Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GEIITLEIIEirS FDRIflSHING G0OD2,
If os. 328 and 338 Main
mm-mru BTOwTK OF FALL ABB WIITTBB MM IB LABOBB ABB sTOfll
MMPLtrri THAN Tin Blaai. and ear rrisst will oenpare wita taeee of say k '
k Om aaitsd Btstes. W a are gen M for . "
TmaatnsM tractarlas Co.1 Plalda, DrlUa, Bkeetlic, mdrtimff,
HIS,Pres'l, BO. ABSOLD,
CITIZENS INSURANCE CO.
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
VtT Country Ntoren, Dwelllngn and tituuonaea a Speolalt.
t& Lawn Adjusted Promptly, and Paid at Meuiphl.
W. . WILKERB0N,' GEO. ARNOLD,
W. P. PITNAVANT. T. W.
V&l J t
And Commission Merchants,
Hm, C4 and CO SXmdlson Street, Ma
S.OOO.OOO, and Not Dollar ot
iu sihiblt of snsrfstia snd kUiral msaafsr
ThsprsMnt itstsmsnt U plainlr ias bsst
that U Hyini all that nssd bs said. Dmhf
- IWt. I JOHN LILLY, Bso'r snd Trsst.
Laa Rlnr.k. Mflmnh S.
W. II. lean.
DEPOSIT, TItUST CO.-AND
Jil, mujnt-Jii, aaixi.
W. M. WII.Mr.KNO;, Vlne-rrealdeat.
WM. B W Kirr I MU, Teller.
PiP.HKAB. "'V.?, Klii"'
INTEBIWr PAID OM BEFOHITB
UNDER TUB LAWS OF TENNESSEBi
u.iu.iwi7 . .-w
PHtronnire H e .nt t ii 1 1 r Holloileil.-a
T. - Pria'l. W. U. KISIW1T, Bee'y
J. W. RICHARDSON. T. P. DCIFI5
w . . en a a t Vajrn 1 a Ta
.TO TIN ARVrHTKATt.
U U I VI TT eV Wa7B
mm & n
prf.-J'"1 11 "
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