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MEMPHIS, TEW., SUNDAY NOVEMBEK 11, IS8(.
VOL. XLVINO. 206
Thb light of war ..granted the I DR. MAR1I.V, OF MEMPHIS,
T UAH..4Aln t..:i.. .iau.,ln. 1 7 '
uvu muuuHiu xtmuunu jcoioiuaj ujr r
the Taxing District
the city by Kentucky avenue, under
conditions that look closely to the
What tre publish on Ibe sixth pae
in reference to the Memphis and
Charleston railroad will come to the
readers of the Appeal In town and
country as additional encouragement
reinforcing the general conviction that
Memphis is to be the railroad center
of the Southwest.
Thb Cletk of the protect House of
Representatives, who will call the next
House to order, has made a carefully
prepared roll of members elect, from
which we learn that the Democrats
will have 178 votes and the Republl
cans 152. Democratic majority, 21, In
eluding the two labor men.
Thb polios of Memphis onght not to
be baffled in their search for ths
ruffians who made the murderous at
tack on the poor Chinaman on Thurr
day last on Gay oeo street ; s nd it should
be their special pride to find a clew to
the perpetrators of the awful murder,
some particulars of which we publish
in another clnmw.
Thb portrait of Gladstone by Henrv
Ward Beecher, which we publish on
the fifth page, is not likely to escape
the attention of the readers of Ths
Appial. It is drswn with a master
hand and does justice to the grandest
figure among European statesmen to
day. America's greatest pulpit orator
weighs at his worth ths greatest of
It will be good and cheering news
for our merchants to learn that the
Chesapeake and Ohio Kailroad Com
pany is about to construct a branch
road f om Gates's Station, tix'y miles
from this city to Jackeon, thus giving
us a second railroad to the flourishing
capital of Madison county. This will
be equal to another railroad to
Memphis, and ought to count for
many thoueands of bales of cotton.
"Ths quick forgetfulness of the
world, as regards great men who have
outlived their usefulness, was pain
fully exemplified at the funeral of
Count BeusV'says the Vienna corre
spondent of the London Timet. "The
Protestant Chnrch in the Dorothea
gasae is not large, but it was only half
full, and the Fremdtnblatt, the organ of
the Foreign a Office, reports the de
ceased statesman's funeral in a para
graph of a dosen lines."
Thb Birmingham Age commenting
npon the admirable address of Gov.
Gordon, of Georgia, on the occasion of
' his inauguration, says: "We need that
which Got. Gordon omitted to recall 1
We need a national system of educa
tion. We have a national military
school, and its example is remarkable
in creating a community of thought
from Texai to Maine, wherever its ad
vantages are shared. We should seek
to form a national system of education,
that the people may the better under
stand the weight of Gov. Gordon
A dispatch from New York in an
other column tells that the working-
men ot that eity who voted for Henry
Ueorge have organized for the Presi
dential campa'go, with a view of put
ting a labor candidate in the field.
ui course they cannot expect to
elect their candidate, but they can,
II they persist, endanger the election
of the candidate of the Democratic-
party, ins only political organisation
mucin eueci auy oi me relorms they
ON THE STAND YESTERDAY AS A
WIT Ji ESS
In the Case of tlie I'reabjterlan
Chui ch vs. Converse & Converse
Ors. Hoggs and Daniel.
(ertcur, to thi ar-rajx.
Louisville, Kt, Novtmbfr 13.
CoL Bulled labored for nine long
nours yesierosy vo evoiuie sometninir,
out of Dr. J. L Martin, by which to
bolster the reputation ot the Con
veisis, hut Dr. Martin did not evoiute
in tbat direction worth a cent. The
labored effort ended at 11 o'clock at
night in an arrest of the abortive
effort by a vote of . the Preabvterv
that the issue before the court is not
wbat is evolution, but what is the
rha'atter of toe Converses. Dr. Mar
tin s testimony before the court
seemed to make a telling impression
on me memDers ana tne audience,
The Converses seemed eswci.llv anx
ious all along to get Dr. Martin
here, and were tonally willing
to let him go. If the voto
hid been taken without argument at
the conclusion of his testimony it is
believed by many that further proof
wouia nor, nave Deen needed. Uol.
Bnltett renewed bis effort to find aome
comfort from Dr. Boggswhen the ex
amination was centiDU'd until 12 m.
today. Wben the question of adjourn
ment cime up, cjol. itallett stated to
tne Presbytery that if this session
continued at this time be would be
compelled to be excused from regu
lar attendance on account of other
business He therefore suggested that
a commission be appointed to bear the
remaining witnesses and that the
court adjourn to await the
call cf the moderator when
the evidence was in. Dr.
Daniel earnestly objected to any delay
or adjournment, and the Court
promptly and dtcidedlv sustained the
eupgeetion tbat the curt continue in
session at this meet ng till the case is
concluded. This was resolved by a
formal and almost unanimous vote of
the Presbytery. The cose looks darker
for the accused than at any time be
fore. A reporter remarked iust at ad
journment today that if ihe case were
io go before the jury as now consti
tuted conviction wou'd be a dead cer
tainty. Tbe only hope of the Con
verses eeemed to be an opportunity tj
import new jurors into the trial. Tbe
Prephytery adjourned till 12 o'clock
In Lonlsvlllr, aueed by Big Fire
Louihvillb, Kt.. November 13.
Three a arms at 8 o'clock tonight
called out ah the fira engines in the
city to suppress s fire which Depart in
the middle of a handsome block of
business buildings in the rear of
Robinson Bro.. wholesale hardware.
and spread rapidly to tbe north tide
of Main, between 8 xtb and Seventh
street. Tbe fire originated in a de
fective flue and h&d. suchheadwav
that Robinson's store and tbat of Win.
Cornwall, wholesale notions, were
completely gutted bef jre the fire was
under control. It was thought the
Louisville Hotel wns on fire, and a
great crowd gathered in time to see
tne large c'stern at Sixth and Main
explode and tear up the street. This
was caused by foul tai. There was
much excitement. Two fire engines
were demolished by tbe exp'oeion,
and James Connell. engineer of No. 1
Company, was killed , outiight
unaries Ubsr, cap'ain of Na
9 Company, 'had three ribs and
a leg broken, and Dennr Hamilto
and Sam Stanlon, firemen, were pain
iunynurt. xne nre was under con
trol by 9 o'clock, but not btforn it had
epread also to the stores L. L. Wa-ren
boots and shoes, and Grauman
Shuttewortb, wholesale clothing,
inese ouuatngs were only sligbti
aamrtgea y nre, nut tne stack 8 a
fe red by water. The following are tb
losses and insurance: Robinson B'os,
1 088 on s'oik and building, $35,000
insured fjr $30,000. Wm Cornwall
building and Btnck, $00,000; insured
fjr $3VO00. L. L. Warren, low on
s'ock, $70,000; insured fjr $40 000
The other loises will be about $10,C00,
covered by insurance.
fit opportunity of reaching the
pavilion in time to witness the Bulli
van-Ryan performance. The men wi
fight w.ta four ounce gloves and un
dor revised (jueennbury rules, tne
agreement being tbat tbe winner she
take 75 per cent, and the loser 25 rer
rent, of gate money. Tat Saecdy,
t-ullivan s manager, s ys tonight that
the match wilt not last fifteen min
ntes.that Sullivan Intends to kr.ock
Rysn oat so suddenly that tbat be
won't even give the police a chanre to
interfere. Tne great bulk of the ma'
population is on tiptoe of excitement
at the prospect of a clean "knock
ouV and a though the Charleston
benefit may not sutler, it would, per
haps, had been well f jr it bad the
double event not occurred on the
THB BOOT OF A MAS FOVBD IN
Wit Bli Bum and rt Tied mm
m Weight r Iron Bannd
A dispatch received from Tirnova
lost night states that on receiving from
the King of Denmark a telegram re
fusing consent to Prince Waldemar's
acceptance of the Bulgarian throne,
the Regents resigned. Tbe Sobranje
voted confidence in the Regsnts, but
they declined to withdraw their res
ignations. The Sobranje has ; ad-
lournr-a, an tne members going to 8o-i
fla. A deputation will visit the Euro
pean courts to pray the powers to
nominate a candidate for the throne.
THE DAIRY'S FESTIVAL.
Ita Sneceasfal Termination Last
The Dairy Maids' festival cams to
successful termination last night in
spite of tbe diminished attendance
due to the cold weather. The stage
programme was nugeiy entertaining,
beginning with the Dafry Maids' Car
nival, a tableau with fifty figures rer
resenting farm and dairy jife with fine
fidelity to nature. The groupings of
the ladies who ' took part in .the
tableau were graced! ul and arilntin and
encitea round alter round of app'auae,
Mf sirs. Camp and Eberle sang ''The
Uolden Uhain, from Evangeline, in
a delightful manner, their voices
Black, the Demoriratln AanrlMatai f. I bAen.dln ith. "quisite melody. The
' . p n . . " r "Swiss Jicho," a solo by Mrs. Henry
uerry, was cnarmingiy rendered. The
LlBCTBNAMT GoVSRNOB CHAONOXt F,
Governor of Pennsylvania at the late
election, attributes his defeat to the
disaffection of anti-civil service Demo.
crate. In an interview with the York
Pa.);.ji be said: "We have been
shot in theb cks by our own people.
The anti-administration Democrats
; have performed for me tbe fame
ienerous service which Mr. Blaine's
uien.oa rendered to Judge Folger in
""' "r in ieaz, wnen, by simply
abstaining, they gave Cleveland near
ly zuu.wu msjomy and put him in
tne way oi an election to the Presi
dency oyer , the man who then and
mere compassed tbe ruin of . bis own
Tjbb opponents of evolution in the
the Southern branch of tbe Presbyte
rian fJbnrch ars determined to over
throw Prci. Woodrow, and to that end
are securing expressions of opinion
from the several synods as fast as they
can be reached. Peveral have al
ready pnt Uiemselres on record to
this effect, and last night the
telegraph brought us the news from
Macon, Ga., that the Georgia
fj n jd Bi 8Prt midnight sus'ained
the decision of the Presbytery, finding
Dr. Woodrow g liltjr of heresy in bis
oiuiunuu oerei and trusts. Dr. Wood
row has given notice of an appeal to
the Lexf General Asriibly against the
ojuous aecinon. jj s. Strieker and
Adams and Col. BWups will lepreeent
the (Jeo'g a Synod at tbe General As
sembly, respondents to Dr. Woodrow's
piece is full of diflicult trills, but tbe
sweet soprano voice of the singer
ma'ierea mem easily, rue Mamanl'
phore concluded tbe stage en
tertainment. It was exceedingly
iBuguaoie. it is composed
of eleven young ladies, whose
heads and forms snd mufflad in white,
with a spsce open for tbeir months.
They are ranged in line like tbe scale
ot a piano and as each one is touched
a murical note is emitted. By touch
ins tbem set B'ately with a long reed
cane Mrs. Hughes played a tune upon
tbem, and tne audience was con
vulsed with laughter as the human
keys bobbed up and down under Mrs,
Hughes s ekiliful touch. Toe Dairy
Maids' festival was both a financial
and artistic success, but in the latter
respect not equal to its deserts.
THE RYAN SILirm BOUT
Interferes With an Entertainment
far tne BearSU r lb Charles
San Faincieoo. Gal.. Novembar 13.
An appeal was made yesterday by
the Society for tbe Prevention of Vice
to Mayor BartJett to have him with
draw the license granted for the Sullivan-Ryan
glove contest tonlohL hnt
the Mayor declined to take aiy
fuither action in the matter. Owing
to the lahionab'e entertainment
given tinight in fie Grand Opeia
House for the benefit of ths CharUa-
ton eartbqiake snff arers. the mmacers
of the contest have arranged that rjul
livan and Ryan shall not appear until
11 o'c'ock, so a to give tbose
wbo attend tbe Charleston bene-
A murdered white man was found
in Wolf river near tbe old Cotton
pickery above tbe water works veater,
day. Borne boys in a skiff discovered
tbe feet oi a man flOitins on tha anr
face of the water, and attaching a rope
to tbem towed tbe body to Pickering's
mill, some distance below. DsDotv
Coroner Barry was sent for, and when
the body was lifted from the water, to
nis norror ce caw tnat it was a clear
ctss of murder. The front part of the
bead was black and bruised, a
caused by a heavy blunt instrument,
tbe arms were securely tied across tbe
oast wita a rope, and around
tbe neck wss a rope to which
was attacbed two iron "crab" ban,
dies, Tbe "crab" is an lion hoistinv
or pulley machine, known to steam-
boatmen and raftsmen. He was
round-f ced man. apparently a laborer.
about 40 years of age, and is supposed
to be a German. He bad light hair,
ratber bald above the forehead, had
light colored and short whiskers all
over his face, and wore two pair of
overalls nearly new. a blue overall
shirt, a white domrsio undershirt,
drab sack ccat and nrogan shoes. His
bigbt was about 5 feet 0 inches and
bis weight about 100 pounds. From
appearances tbe body had baen sime
tea or twelve days in the water, rs
decomposition bad set in. In tb
pockets of his clothing were found
a blnck pocketbook comaining $1 05
la silver, a pipe, a small bag ot to
barco, a red pocket bandkerch ef and
an Appeal supplement of da'o Octo
ber 29th. Coroner Barry summoned
a jury of inquest, but nothing could
be learned an to the identity of the
deceased. Tbe body was closelv ex
amined,and after some deliberation,
the jury returned a verdict that the
unknown man bad come to his death
by having "cab" handles tied arcund
his neck and then beios thrown into
tbe river. The Coroner wai cf tbe
opinion tbat tbe man was mm dered on
the 29th or 30th of October, and on
tbe bank ot Wolf river or on tome
ra t above the waterworks; that ths
scene oi tne murder was not far from
wbere tbe body was found, as the
ropes sround the arms and neck indi
cated nety tying, and as there
is but little current in tbe river st
tbat point tbe body rose near where
it was thrown in. Ths "crab" handles
are odd thinvs to use in such work,
and the "crab" to which they belong
can certainly be discovered on the
bank or on some raft. They may
g ve some clew to the de'ectives who
may be entrasted with tbe job of
waning up tne case.
SAN FRANCI'CO RlCES
Opened Under Prapltloni Clrenm
San Fbancisco, Cau, November 13.
The opening day of the fall meeting
of Blooded Horse AesoclntiOn was
commenced today, tinker the most fa
vorable aujpicee. The attwt dan ce was
very large, track and weather superb,
betting waa spirited, and the contest
Firm" Race Fane, all sges, mile
and a sixteenth. Won by Argo,
a rank ou'sirtar; Estrells, the a
vorite, srond, Ljura Gardner third.
Second Race. Lad esstskf s,two year
old fil.ies; three-quartera of a
mile, had only four starters,
Leap-Year and Nmilde being
scratched. Napa was first away to a
good start and was never headed, win
ning a'tera driving fiaish by a length
f om Risette, the favorite, Gaidner
Third Race hay City stakes, for
three year olds. Easily won by Mollle
McCarthy's Last: Monte Criato seo-
ond, Moonlight third. Time 2:37J.
Volante was entered but withdrawn
just before the start. Distance, mile
and a half.
Fourth Race. Vane, for two vear
old colts, excited tbe most interest. O.
H. Todd, the favorite, won bva lensth
from Jim Duffy, who beat Laredo by
ahead. Time 1:42.
Latt Race (extra) Seven eiahths of
a mils handicap, all ages. Dynamite
was a strong favorite, but ran un
placed, Sir Tbad, thirty to one chance,
winning after an exciting finish by a
Kali 1 . t)n.:A D J T7 J
Collier third. Time 1:301.
ELEGANT CHAMBER SUITS! BEAUTIFUL PAEOR SUITS!
In Walnut, Kiahorjany and Antique Oak. Latest Tapestry, Plush and Velours Colorings.
IRMSTRONG FURNITURE COMPANY,
272 SECOND STREir.rTi
Opposite Court Square.
BOSTON AET FURNITURE,
A. . ARMSTBONO, Manager.
WALNUT, MAHOGANY and ANTIQUE OAK
PILLAR EXTENSION TABLE,
BOOKCASES. ETC., ETC.
A Marahal Justly anaata a Hear In
in Act nf Arrcatlnc HI a.
laraoiAL to atmil.1
Jackson, Tbnn.. November IS O
B. 11 art, Marshal of Humboldt, Tenn
came to this city on ths 10 o'clock
train this morning lookirg for a nrcro
mau uameu .cias XDompson. cna imd
with 'grand iarcSnv and camiov a
pistol. Wben tbe Marshal got off ihe
train at tne union depot bo taw the
nrgro standing a short dietinca nff.
He started toward him, when tbe ne
sro attempted to draw a n inl .!
Marshal Hart than drew bis pistol and
snot tne negro in the rigntnip, inflict
ing an ugly wound, bat it is thought
win not prove taiai.
The Grand Jmrj IMarbaraed.
aracuL to ths arrtiL.)
Jackson, Miss.. November 13. The
Federa Court has dine nothing for
the pa-t three days of importance, ow
ing to ths indisposition of Jutlae Hill.
anting irom a siignt Dtit uatnlul in
jury rectivea. xne grani jury was
discnarged today, haviug returned
into court during tbe term lonv-eiirht
true rjniB. mott,y lor misdemeanors or
minor o liens; s.
Pullman Ballet tars o Jackson,
illle. Fin., via t ballanaova,
Atlanta and Macon.
It is gratifying to no e the l-npoit
ance neing given Mean oh as to
tnrougrj cars. The Memuh s mil
Charleston annonnce 4bat. comtnenc
ing the 25th instant, a daily Pullman
buffet car will leave Memphis at 10
o c oca p.m. lor jactsonvilie, rla , ar
riving Ohat anooea 9 o'clock a.m.. At.
lanta 3 o'clock p.m., Macon 6 60
p.m., Ja;S0LVll!e 6 o'clock s.m.
PI MB BLUFF, ABK.
A Lad afThlrtarn Convict of In.
IsraoiAi, to tsaarraabl ....... ,
Finb PLUrr. Abk . Number 1.1.
Last night at a late hour Willie Wil
son a lad of 13 years, was found bv a
jury guilty of involuntary manslaugh
ter and sentenced to the penitentiary.
He struck William Hill, a grown man,
with a piece oi stone coal, from tbe
effects of which wound he died. The
mo her and grandmother swore that
the young criminal was under 12 yeais
of age, but the tesimony was pre pon
ders ing that be was 13, which made
him amenable to tbe law.
The Last Day or the Field Trials
sriour. to Taa ArrttL.l
A iiemni, Kas November 13. The
last day of the Westera fl- H trials:
Third monev wai div'd d between
Br.dgeport, Dick T. and form r Stone.
There were nine starters in the rferby,
six setters and three pointers. Bea-ie
B, setter, won first spot; Helton, set
ter, second. Th third wai rlividf d
between Trixie. Dilpy and Traveler.
pointers, and Kuhy llackellew, setter.
No bkmedy equals S.lvtion Oil for
cu'e of brulees, cuts, bums, frostbites
The "News" Retaliate ay nine
na --ires rress" lor V3U,uvo.
DsTROiT. Mich.. November 13.
James E. Sjrupps, proprietor of tbe
Evening Neivt. today instiiuted suit
asainst the Detroit Free Prm for
$50,000 damages, the cause for the
suit being a campaign advertisement
in tne tree I'rttt which be considers
libellous. John A. Knsaell of the
Newt ataff also brings suit for $5000,
Dosing tne action on the publication
in the Free Prett of slipping) from an
exenange quest onina his sonnet v.
Both suits have been evidently
brought in retaliation for the suit in
stituted by the Free Prttt yesterday
Dased on a s'atement by tbe Hew
attacking tbe financial credit of the
EOSIKS WARD On Biturday, Novsb
ssr 13, 18X6, b ths Rsv. R. A. Vsaabls, Mr.
J J. Bosa snd Mm, Qiirii B. Wian.
iVDIf k. V.I.I V I 1 toua -.
T o'clook s.m . 11. B. AvaiT, la taa furtj
siahth rsar fata as.
Faosral will Uks plaos fro in hla lats rati
aos, eorasr sf Picsoa Reoit ro aa4
Floranes avsnas, this (6U DAY) altsraooa
at S o'rloi'k. Trlmit r tnvtterf to utteiid.
New York Life Insdrmcb Co.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
a. Do. 1.
ubsr 4, INK). J
Hall or Kkiobt or IxaiarAii,
Msmiihlt, Tsnn., Notsui
Wbiriar, At a rsanUr nsttlnt of this
Camp ths uadsniinsd wsrs sppslntod to
draft auitsbls reiolntiom of ritt to th
mamorr ol Brother Tmuhas J. O'Niil, who
disd Oolobsr l last). lubntlUid ths follow-
ina raport, wnloa nosniuioutlr adopltd :
WHUitiAi, It hu plas sd Divins PiotI
dsnos to take from our mtdit and rank la
1 11 .1 f 1 AIM... . .1
vvr wrunr urvmvr A aiiSAS . V CI 111. I lOarS'
fore, ba it
Rnalnd, Tbat It it but a Jut tr buta 'o ths
mauinry r tha departeil to lr tbat in re
arsttina hla removal from our mld-t wt
mourn lor ona who waa in eerjr way worthy
oi nur rfineri aoa rara-a.
Rwolped, That wa ainoaroly eoadals with
thetnniilyof ha dananad an tns dirpanna
tion with which it baa pleated tha Alinif hty
(iod to artHct then, andeommend tbaui fur
(inntolation to Him who ordtrt a I thinit fr
tha beat, and whole obaatiaamanU are oaly
meant in innror.
Rfulerd, That theas rerolutiona ba tpretil
on thamiontetof thiaCamp; Ihut a coiit of
tbe tame bs trantmitted, duly attetUd by
the aeoretary, to hla fond parenta, and that
may tt puonanea in ma oiempnia Appeal
J KK hULLITAN,
B. f. DOVNhLLY.
A -opy attent ; Jaa Him. itaw, Ri'y.
MEMPIIIB Rotal A bob fpArna
No. K. F. A. M.-WIII meat
in atftted eoUToeation at Taheraa.'
ele. Maaonie Templs, to-morrow
.MONUAY1 sTenina.at7:30 o elork. '
or diapatoh ol buaioeta, Vltitins eompau
ona fraternally lniltad.
By order B. F. HALLBH, 11. P.
Jo D. Hri, Beeretary.
REGULAR n-eetina sf Noph lodge, No.
V.fl. K ft. B . will ba hald thi.lKIIN.
DAT) s'tsrnoon, November Htb.atlo clock.
Irftat data lor payment of ei.
bt order. ti. A.BW1CT, rraeldsnt.
' HASBT1LLE, TEH Jf.
Tonnsr Han aecldentallw
Ilia Baeom Friend.
Ibpboial to tbb afpbal.I
Nahhvillb, Tbnn., November 13.
A fatal accident occurred here venter-
day alternoon. Two young men, Oeo.
Long snd John Braswell, warm per
sonal friends, were preparing for a
bunt. Long, in throwing his gun over
bis shoulder, caught the hammer un
der his cuff and the weapon was dis
rbarged, tbe whole load entering
Braswell's body and killing him in
stantly. The coroner's jury returned
a verdict of accidental death.
A RAILROAD 10 JACK80X
rraaa Gates's fltallon. on tne) Ctaoaa
aeaaa ana unio,
LsnorAL TO TBB ArriAL.l
Jacesoh, Tinn., November 13. It
is understood here that Mr. Hunting
don has given orders for the construc
tion of a branch road to this place
f ont Gates's Station, sixty miUa from
Memphis. This will give ns a second
ootlet to your city and one that will
make for onr merchants a competing
outlet for the trade of this city and
section. It means for Memphis many
hundred more ba'ea of cotton.
"Look here," said the lecturer to
bov who was disturbing him bv enn-
atant coughing, "here's 26 cents to get
iwiiv w ' u 1 1 o vuunu njrap,
A. O. V. W. F ONER 41, NOTH'E.
AVRIT The offieera aad membera of
onioauaw Lodts, No. 40, are rea netted to
attend the fnneral oi brother U. H AvaiT,
this (bUNDAY) afisrnooa at 3 o'clock, from
bit lats reaidenoe on ths PUeoa Booit road,
oppoiite Cyols Park.
. w- J- MURRKLL, W. M.
J. V vnvvrrn", P-otH t,
And Still They Come
ttaTEvery Pair WarrHntedTil
osit an.oo a pais.
AT THE CHEAP CASH
huoi: jioi st:,
410 Main Rfre(, Me-iiipliia,
Kerrville Hotel at Publie Sale
0 Tt7BDaT, KOT.B7, 11S, AT
II a m.. at K KHkVII.I.U. nn the N.K.
V. H.R , twenty wilea from Mem-
Ebu, rneioi county, t'eoo., 1 HI aell to tbs
irheat bidder, ths lintel and premiaea. eoo-ai-tina
ot 7 ftVlCOaorea belonvlns to the Kerr
ville Hotel ComDinr. Nai.l lltal ia a two.
atory trame building; baa II rooina beaidea
kitcoCD, pantry, aervanta' room, amoke
bouve, atahle, and other ont-baildinga, a
lares pa'ed yarden and a f"d wail at the
eocr. and ia anna baaineaa aund being ths
only hotel in the town.
TKKMO One-half oaahl tbe balance In
twelve montha, with tnterrat: bond wnb ap
proved aeowrity will bs requ'red. and a lien
retainel until ths nurohaM money la paid.
by order o the Board.
J. M. MoDuKALD, Beeretary.
WILL BE HSLD BY
ADAMS0N &. R0NALDS0N
Union Htock Y'ltrdN,
For which REDUCED TICKETS (4 oeata
per mils round ttlpi will bs leased by ths
nndermentloaed roada on ths Kith and 17th,
good to return on tbe 18th initanti
Ii. A N., at far aa MeKsmioi M.Jk. C. ,aa
far aa Ilunlavllle; 0. A O., aa far aa Fulton i
III. Central, aa lar at Jackton ; III. Central,
aa far aa Cairo! M. k L. R., at far aa Little
Roek i K. C, aa far aa Springfield) M., B.
A., from Holly Spring! ; M. k T,, frem
Sale to Commence at 12 o'clock m.
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD. ASSETS, $GG,800,000
Vonteatetl claim 1
ttir FAld Pollcj-Holders la 1885. $S.OUO.O)0, and Not a Dollar of
tavRueh a rcord it really
ment and liberal treatment of poltoy-holdert.
remarkable In Ita exhibit of snergetia and aklllfal manager
it rw ,'r.. lAi BM TS'.P?40-ni tfll aaring all that need bs taid.-flow.
I'UHELY MUTUAL, AMD HENCE I.NU1I4!(UE AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Iloom 1, Cotton Exchange Rullding.
GRAND AUCTION SALE
OF CHOICE SELECTED l7SIOKTEI
1113' orEiiiirnT ,
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AT UNION STOCK YARDS, MEMPHIS, TENN.,
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1886.
BALK 11KUINS PltOMPTLV AT 18 O'CLOCK.
HBTThfCnUM Mrs on Iiimt?Hlon m the YHrala.-r4
S Cnr-IoadH Ntoel Nail,
3 ChiIohU NunfTHnd Mod,
1 Car-ll lotrd, IImiuh and Sauitage,
Car-loads Auiertvau Nardlnca.
1 Cur-lad Mew KalnliiN,
1 Car-loiad IVeev Nalmon,
1 Car-loaal California ('anneal Fruit,
10 Car-lotMlM TnatHH. I'eaohrwi, Corta, Etc,
1 Car-lotul Atinorn'a Mince Itfcat,
8 Car-luadti IV ew York Illicit wheat,
8 Car-loadra IMkbIVH, Kraut and llarrel Pickles,
a Car-loadn Nllver Noon Croain Ctaeene,
a Car-loadai Virginia leanutn,
a Car-load Fire Craok era and Firework,
a Car-liulk) IWutMand Carrantai,
a ('ikr-loiidai Fine llauauaH,
5 'ar-loadw ICed Iten laviH Apnlen,
a Car-loads Freab Fanry Candlera,
1 Car-toad Oatiut-al. CrackaMl H lieat. Etc..
And a coiiilcte awaortme-nt ol'Ntnpleaiid Fanrjr Uroeeries
or tue Mpeatiai ne oi f. oiniiry rnercuauta.
taarweiid lor a Prlce-Lltd.-,
3 & liffl
TbeChrlatian Brotbert hare tba pleaanis
of tnnonnolng tba oompltttoa of EXTBN
SIVB ADDITIONS to their College, which
tbsy hays prorlded with all aeltot modern
Improremsnta and eonyenlenoea, and they
ars bow snabled to aooommodata an In
created namber of Boardera, Half Boardera
and Day BtudenU.
For information eoneernlng Terms, Board,
Tuition, sto., aes OaU logue, or apply by mail
sr In person to
' , Pretident
Iry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GEIITLELIEU'S FDRNISMG GOODS,
Not. 328 and 828 Main 8U. Memphli,:Tnn.
aarosrai a-Tearst ear rai.t, mum wihtir boobs ns i.aro awn mmwTl
TwBBBBSBS MaBOiBotflrlaf Co.i PUIds, DrHIs, RhMtlif, 8fllrtu, KJ3
1 rX9ArTSXOZT eat OAXm7
OF HEXruI8-A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST C0.-AND
HHOX NTItEET, JlE.ni'lllN.TEX.
UNITEU STATES TRADERS
Main Offlcs 120 Broad war, N
Memphis Office, 285 Mala HU
WALTER SBEOOBT ATTORNEY.
rHsadjnarUrtforths PROMPT COLLBC
TIjN of No tea and Aoooonti.
erOor Attorney will tend Circa! era to all
woo win write r r mem.
iV'e tati a 'l .yf ii ai,i.iiii(ia" j
fA fat Waa it Heiuuvea aliw, in from
w uiiuu'v.wA iii'qrF, wiiq Dtl'l win
plets. or bo chart. No Fwtlng required;
sate by ehild ' r adnl'. Call or eDd fnr cir
cular l. DR. M. N KY SMITH, Bwfielitt,
Tt Maion ,treat. Meirehla
.t7Dl,ET rBTMrn,Prwldnl. W. . Wtl.HtBJiOII, wlu-Prealdnt.
H.J. UUAClia, Uaalilrr. WM. H aKIriMU,Ttillr.
board or viitr.rroar.
WD. BETHEL. J.R.OODW1N. R.PBRAT). W. N. WllKKRSOM,
X1108.ll AI-LKN, JNQ 0VKRT0N. J.. W. If. TA Y LOR, R. U. SNuWDK',
B.I. MoDOWKLL, R. DUDLEY FRAYMKR, Wb. A.WILLIAMSON. R. J. liLACK.
BAVIBieai KSPECIALLT OMCITED. IN'I'KKMir PAID OS BRPONIfH
TUIH INSTITUTION IS AUTnORIZBDUNDER TUB LAWS OF TKSNESSEKi
To do a General Banking Buatneaa. Dlaeonnt Paper, etn. To Bny and Hell Rtm'ka, Bon da and
Local Beenritiea. 'lo Reeaiw DspotiU and pay INTKHKHl' thereon. To Inreat in Securities
for Batalsa, Minora, Truateee, and othera. To act m Truate, Adinlulitrator, Kxaoutur or
Onardian, tame aa an Indirldnal. To act at hsceiver fur Corporation, bitlgitnti, und In
aM eaaee of Treat. To Bay and Bell Bichange. Alao, have a Bale Denoit Vault, wherein
Valnablet of all kinds sen be aafely kept. A Depoaitory ol the But of Tenneasee.
aerHpeclal Attention Paid lo OolUrtlona. Vnlronnire Heiitiecttiilly HnMired.-an
And Commission Merchants,
JLTihu 34 nnd SO Had 1 ion Mtreet, afe jhgg
lilt. II. L. LASKI,
1'bjglclan, Sargoon ud Acooncher,
RBBIDEDCI AND OfllOI,
313 Main Nlrt, NeHP Union.
Telephone No. M.
Clean lair, Dyeing; at Repalrlas,
No. IT W. Conat Btt.
Oeorira f. Nloliol.
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