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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1886.
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TOE LATE EX-PRESIDEST'S
LIFELESS
KOliT KETIIWE1)
THE MM,
TO
While a Nation Sorrowfully Lamr-nta
ills Dtatli-ManlfertatloiiH of a
Dorp jlftictli n.
11 E IS
LAIU AWAY
roar,
WITHOUT
But a Mighty Thronff of Hrltf
htilckr-a People Pay a (irand
Trlbate to the Deported.
New York, November 22,-Thelast
Biaut nf 'he loving wa'ch beside the
l)ier of Oen. Chester Allan Arthur, ex
Pneident of tlie United Hiatrs, bus
parsed. The morning dawned biight
ly and the firct raye ol the rieing aun
stole qnietly inti the qniet avenue in
front of his lete residence. The closed
alutttra ollhrt house and the b a.k
crape on tba dror were the on'y signs
at that early lour that Death's sicale
bud been busy within. In the houee
the family and fremla of the ei-Presi-doat
wt-ra witing in aubdued grief for
tin hour alien the remans of the
loved father and friend weie to be
tab si moM thkib midet iorevbb
llniidrtdi of forrowir g people bo
can to gathi r at an eatly tour, u x
fonatoiemify by the ir prince the
w.i.r.u-t thi-v b:T to their follow clti
n ard former Chief Mi'gistrate.
Khortly alter. 7 o'clock Inopector
Suwrs. with dpt. Kjaa an 1:5 po
lice, silently marched into I xii gton
avi.nne, followed by Ifcpt. (Inland
and the picktt police of thirty mm
from the Uroadway eqnad. ') he police
were posttd alnngtho BVHiuie with di
rective to alio no vehicles to pjisa by
the honee. No pople were allowed
on the etst side of t'-ie avenue from
Twenty-eighth toTwenfy-idnth streets
except ti.osH who had (ii kela of ad
minion to the house. Carriers be
gan to anive from every direction,
anil Bonn the aide s!reo:awere 11 led
itb them. By 8 o'clock a vast
throrg, nambering many thousaudu
of pi oplo, had gathered on tlio oppo
site eide of the avenae, ex'end
in a for a block or more In
vHrv director). The enwd waa
kept buck by the police. On every
luce there waa a deep epuiton of
sorrow and PfnPi ap.ika only in low
ton s. Preaidon' Cleve'aud and Poet
mtP Oentral Vilaa arrived in acai-
direct from the tiain at 8:20
o'clock a.m. and en'ered the house of
mnnrninir. Manv neinle tincovnrtd
tliflir lie,.da when the lVident
stepped out of his currlage. Shortly
afur Gov. llill and Jiidne William
Mailer arrived and also alighted from
liioir rarriBffia and entered the house.
Thev were fo:lowed by the Sonata
Committum By this time
THBBB WAS A MIOIITY TtHlONCl
aii the avenne and the windows of
every homo were filled withsid facea.
Tm.m m no earvice at the hon e.
The tew friends present looktdnpon
the face of the dead early in the mora
Ing, end the caskit was closed for the
laxt time. The mourners waited In
ilent urief f r tlm lait moment. At
8:30 o'clcck the bUck ciiiket. covered
with palinet o leavi, Bpriiytj of violets
and a wreath ol wtilte roeee, was nueu
bv the nudt-riako's and borne fiom
Jhe room. The silent form of
ClIBiTKB A. ARTHUR
passed thrnnuh the door of his earthly
tenement lui the li st time, and was
reverently planed in the funeral
draped hearte. As the casket came in
vii w of the people of ihe street every
hi a l atbwed reveieotly, and many
ey.B were Alio I with tens in the
throng thus hushed in the presence ol
dath.
THKHC WAS MO DMIO.AY OK I'OMP
or leremony, no military miihic cr
procesinioii hut the might throng of
sorrowing peiple here wltnaas r f the r
love auu rerpect ' for the docnased
etateFmtn. Next tame out of the
reddiince Oueater Allen Aithur, Jr.,
the son of the ex -Piesldent. Lennme
on his ami, ilad in ga'tneuti of
itionrnipg, whs Ida sit ter, Mms Nellie
Arthur. Tticy pus'od qulitly to their
carriage accoTiipaiiii d by Mr and Mrs.
McKlry. Then came Mrs. Cw,
Mrs. ilaynepworth and Miss Arthur,
the sister i f the. ex-President, Post
inater Mastn and wile, of Cohoea,
N. Y.,with their ton and daughter;
Preeiileut OIvland, l'oslniaMter Gen
eral Vilas, Gen. Mattlu T. McMahon
sni J din Drapir; 8ecri-Urlaa Whit
ney aid Lamar; the pull bearrs, ex.
PoMimaater Genetal Gn ahaoi, ox-8ee-rpinrirs
Lincoln and Chandler, ex-
Assistant Postmaster (General llatton,
ex-Attomey General livewster, LJtu
tenant Genaial Bheridan, Dr. Corne
linn B Ai'new. Cornelius N. BlUs,
Kohsit G. tleo. Geo. II. Bharpe,
Chnrles L Tillany and Cornelias Van
dorbi't Chief JnaHce Waite and Just-
ieta Harlan and Blatchtord, Konatora
Kdmnnd-i, Sherman, Vest and Gor
uiuu ; Gen. Stone and Cuv. llill.
ina moi'unkiis riLi.in TWgNTV-riva
CAHHIAOia,
but over 100 carrlpgos w re filled with
frienda Vho had been unable ti gain
udinlasicn tt the honee followed the
nroceinOn tJ the church. The pro
tension patstd hntweeu long linos ol
nilice tbrongtt Islington avenue to
Thuty-foutth etrett, ti Madison ave
iiue, to F iiy BHvunth street, to Filth
avenue, a-iivirg at the chnrch corner
of Forty-fl'th awd stri ct and Fifth ave
nueiit 8:50 o'clock a.m. The carriages
mutitd iioieleaely by the lines of ar
tillerymen aid the tnaiiiios formed in
line, and the mourners alighted and
eritortd the church. All a'ong the
bt tl Were long lines of ptop'e who
watted in respec.iui silennu
wuiiLa ma ruNauai. traim passko.
me exterior ot me cnarcn was
('aboratHly decora'ed. The portico
Aver the eutrance and the massive
pillars tappirting it were covered
with heavy bla k cloth draped in fes
toons, hiding the stone entirely from
view. A crape coveted national dig
hung in ait (tic folds over the door,
-caught up by rosettes and a small
brass eagle, ihe walls of the veetl
bule were covered with black cloth
arrang'din plaited folds, over which
Uung the nation co'ors covered with
crape. The decorations cf the inte
rior were very simple and taaMul.
The Drit tlx pews on each side of the
-centrtr tat were reeeived for the
family a ,d pall bearers. They were
CDVored wiih mp. The interior of
the chancel was rnphioned with hlsk
i'Lb. with the exception ot the altar
nd rdrtdos. Uo the altir proper,
retting ou eat h tid" of tlie cros, were
ligiited cutidies. lie o was pUceri
the pu-ple a'lai1 er st end b'ack
Ir.-pii gi. The outer chancel, organ
1. It, h.all-, lu to.tt ana pulolt ee
di-op tii wih tila ;k ciotiip. Thhai
t mm' f ii t "ti the r ght e tie ol Inn
eh u ch in iMint tue stalls waa lilieii
wnli lilie-, bit cl r-fRiithctnau'S
iiud f.'ins O i t ie c nt.-r as placid
aeinu'l prln. trea, the bianchee oi
which drooped gracefully over the
flowers. The sid8 rf the front we-e
cevered with black cbth, over whi a
harg long etrirgsuf emllaxsnd maid
ens' hair ferns. From the front of
the gallery in the rear of the chnrch
hung feftoons of black cloth. Two
hours ahead, the hour set for the
funeral was 9 o'clock, but at 7 o'clock
A LA BOX NTJMUIR OP PKOI'LS (lATHKRKD
in froi tol the chnrch. At that time
several workmen were ergajed in
putting tho finishing t.ni' lies on the
draiery ard placing lithels r,n the
pew4 (Sesigniitirg where each otgic
ir.a'ion would be etattor.ed. A few
minutes beforo 8 o'chek the d mra
were opened aDd those without eie
admiited. The UBhers were etationed
at the doors and showed the people to
their aaats. J he UBht rs were Ma) U.
D. Fasstt, John H. Lrapfr, Gen.
Martin T. McMahon, Gen. Henry, H.
A. Barouu), Gen. Aueon (i. MoUcok
and Raitus fl. Ransom. The chnrch
has a seating capacity of 701), but thera
wra nearly 0(H) present, a Wire num
ber being compelled to stanil
TUB ABBABOBNiaTS FOB SKATIKI
those present were as follows: The
first Wires se ts on each side of the
renter aisle, the members of tl e faint
ly and pall bearare. Behind the pail
bearere.on the left, were the Presi
dent aud mem bora of bis Cabinet, n
President llayts, Judges of tlie Bu
preme Court, Senatorial Committee,
Houss of Kepressntativea Comrr.ittee,
Gjvernor and Uu, Mayor and Alder
men ol New Yolk, Mayor and- Aldir
mtn tf Boitnn, Ancient ami Ilor.ora-
hle Artillery, ol lioitoo; Kepuhl.can
Central Gommi'tee. On the right eldn
of the canter aisle were the frienda ol
the family and tho diplomatic corpB.
On the right tide ot tie lefi hbIh wure
fea'ed the army and navy reprcsen'a
lives, Ihe rector, warddas atd ve try
a 'id reproBintntlve men. Ua the left
aide of Ihe right a;sle were the rep e
...,i.i!u. ..r .i. rt..u.. r r k
WULHilTIB III IUn UUiUU AMiXV V Ul
Uliainhpr ol Uimmerce, nto k t.t
change, the Loyal Legion, Cotton Kx
change, Produce Exchange and Mari
time Aiaociatlon. The last row of
pews on the north aDd sitith side of
church were filled with friends and
those who received invitations but did
nut come with the representatives of
any mtfloi lauon.
ATTHK PJHTALS OF THE CHURCH
the casket was met by the eurpllred
choir I jl 'owed by the clergy wearing
thir collegiate noods. They we e
thB K"V. Dr. Parker Morian. pastor
of the church i tae Rev. F. W. Hab-
ciiclr. Musistant minister; the ll v,
lUinslnrd, rectir of St. Gaorge's; the
Key. Or. Ieonsrd, rector of 8t. John's
Church, Washington ; the Kev. Mo
Kay Rruith, of tit. Thomas'; the Rev
Dr. Humphreys, preceptor ol tlieCa
thedial lorarcate, G anion City, for
merly asi taut minister of the Church
o( the lldavonly RiBt. As the cutk'tt
was borne into the church the choir
formed in two files and the clergy men
pa-ecd hetwreu them, heading tho
pr.icee!on,ii.topipg the opening linos
ol the htKUll'Ul i'.piiC.pftl burial
Bet vice.
TUB CAliKET WAS UJlINg
up the aisle on the shoulders of the
four ncdor'akers assletants, followed
by the pall orators, tho family and
tho immediate friends. When the
procewion reached the cluncttl the
choristois filed into their stalls and
the aadienos toik tbeir seats. The
serrios bevan by singing part of the
thirtieth and ninth Psalms: "Lord
let me know Thy end," the congreg.
tins otanding. The Ker. Dr. Knius
ford read thelerson from the fifteenth
chapter of the Epistle of Ht. Paul to
tho Corinthians, commencing wiih
tho words: "Now 1b Christ risen from
Ike dead aud beo une the fruits of
them that Blent." The fatntlinr hymn
I NKARKK, MYOOD,TO TflKK,
was loineu in by the large congrega-
t on. The ApotIe, Creed followed.
and then the choir sung the swet an
them , "I Heard a Voice f om Heaven."
Rev. Dr. L tonaid offered prayer, and
the oorgrogatlrn joined In eloping
"Art Thou Wearv. Art Thoit Ln.
guid 7" Rev. lr. Parker Mrr jan then
nraved for the tilosung ol Gau upon
the family, end thut the urief of tlm
children thus bereaved of thrfir
pateut might basauairrd. The ser
vices Wiire
OON( I.UDXO WITH TUB IIByaOICTION,
by the Riv. Dr. Morn. The choir
then filed out of Hieir sUl's and began
thn roeioul hymn. "Abide with
Me." Thor marched down the nave
nd br.k by the south aisle to the
vratry. followed by the clergy. The
citskut rested at the head of the center
aisle, directly in front of the chancul,
On a heavily draped pall on the top
ol the casket, which was covered will)
blsuk broadcloth trimmings, rested a
mammoth cross of laurel leaves, hav
ing lor its superstructure white rostS
and sheaves of wheat, clirysmtlie-
mums worked in at the bottom of the
word "rials," worked in purple flow
era. The whole was covered with a
heavy crape, tied at the end with
black stiin ribbon. Before the caeket
was brought into tne church Organist
J. K. Van Vllet played parts from
Beethoven's "l'uoeral March, and
after the services a fusillade frjtn Mo-
aari.
THB OOPKIN WAS NOT OrBNBD
at the church and considerable disiip
pointment was expreaeed by a great
many that Ool. McMichael, the master
of ceremonies, did not pernrt them to
tike a la't look at the fiica of the dead
ex-Prtsldent. Meanwhile the throng
outside the chnich had grea'ly in
creased in numbers, 'ihn.'poiice ar
rangements were made on an elan
nrate scale by Police Superintendent
Murray in person. Over 1-C0 nion In
fall wint'r uniform lined the route
and oeiunifd po itions where it was
thought possible they mliht be useful.
All travel on Madison avenue was sits
periled for over an hour while the
services were progreeeing, and the ave
nue waa filled above and below the
route with long lines of horse cars and
vehicles of all kinds. During the
services the gua il of honor, consisting
of six batteries Irom Governor s let
and, the marine corns and Bailors
from th Brooklyn Navy Yard and
United States ship Tennessee, were
drow Btipin line on the west Bide of
Fifth avenue, facing the chnrch, the
right of the line resting on Forty-filth
sireet. On each side of the church
tor tan blocks the police were formed
to blcck the sine streets and tne ave
one in double file. When the funeral
service ended the troops wheeled by
companies into column, loiiowea iy
the sailors and marines. After the
casket waa placed in the heaiss, the
cortego,
TO THB SOBB3WFUX DIROX,
Chopin's "Funeral March," passed
slowly betweea the long line a ol po
lioe through Forty-fifth street to Van
arms. uen. uenry a. rsirnum wb
in charge of the aiiangementa at this
noiLt. foilcemen were stauonea
throughout the depot to preserve or
der, it took but a few momenta to
transfer the cofDn from the hearse to
the ftmera1 car "Wcodlawn." The
famllv aid friends then took sea's in i
the three drawing room coavhes com-
p S'ng the special train. At 10;09
o'clock a m. the train bwly palled
out and the journey to Albany was
comiui need.
AMONG TUB HONOREDS OP PISTINGrjIHH SD
OKNTLlMkN
preT.t et the thurcbw ere the Hon.
J urn s U Blaine, the Hon. John A.
L-gdii, Gen. Kenjamin i. Butler, the
litv. lieorv Waul Boecher, the Hon.
i r l ln. 1 .......
John Jacob Astor, G-n. Hcholleld and
taff, Senator John Sherman and ex-
Fresident K, ii. Hayes.
AT THB GBAVB ,
the Rt. Rev. William Crosswell Doane,
bishop of Albany, in full robes of his
office, stepped to the evergreen lined
grave, and taking same earth from
thut thrown op from the opening,
dropped three handfuls on the oaken
board ol tne outer box, reciting tne
teau'iful committal service of the
E f sco pal Church.
The BiBhop offered prayer and pro-
rotinoed the bensdiclijn. J'.arth was
thrown in the grave and pressed
down, and when the duk of evening 1
begun to ecttle on fore'.t and hill the
deft hands covered the newly made
mound with sheets ol god.
TIIK ARRIVAL AT ALII1NY.
Aiimmv, N. Y., November 22.
The train bearing the remains of
ex-President Arthur reached Alba
ny at 1:22 o'clock this altertioun. i
Owing lo the f act that there was no
pnhiie eiiuouLcemei.t ol tue time oi
arrival rio crowd gathered at the sta
tion. Then mains were at oniotuk jn
ti the K'iral Cemetery where they
were loiloweil by the Uommon uoun-
cil in a body, the Grant Club and
other delegations.
To n
XL iJ. LI xx JUL U. LL zJ IX Lii4
In mi mi jiiiiiiu... J' j iiimnn ii I ""jT
The most wonderful Tain-Curer the world has ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
IKMTGEftMtRM TO IIIACIIAH A IIOBTOSI
Old Stand, No. D Union St., Memiilii's.
POOR MEX WITHOUT M0XET
Ash for Means to Keloru I Their I
ifonim.
Chicago, In., November 22. Dur
ing the pest three days the Mayor's
ollicj has been invaded about every
Man Poor Dy gangs ol irom a dczn all
the way up to a score of men who de
sired interviews. Saturday morning
about fifteen of tliem came into the
office. It appears tfcat thev claim to
no uncharged laborers from Messrs.
Fowler Btothers's picking hoase,
where they have bean workine as
Fubsiilutcs for the strikers. Others
t f them claim to have left of their
own ai cord on account ol their cm
btant dread of violence Irom the strik-
eis whose placis they have takdn.
Al1, bowevnr are without any monev.
end nlh ge that they have been utterly
deceived and teken in by the terms of
taolr employment. They are moatlv
from Itew York and New Jersey, end
essettthat they answered advtrtiee
mould for laborers without beinir
aware that it was to take the place of
strikers. Thsy fuither claim that the
agreement they entered into when
going to work in the stock yards was
to the efltct that they would be sent
back to their homes if they at any
time grew tired of their lob or gave it
up through fear. This agreement,
they Bay, has be in broken, and they
are now unable to return. Believing
that the Mayor has power to iesne free
transportation . tickets, they crowd
into his olll"e every day, and bis
Honor's tonuuo is kept busy wanning
as he informs group after group that
nostion authority is jeeua in him.
Mr. Ititfly, the packer, sslil that as
lar as be knew mm had not been
brought here by any false mierepre-
suniutions.
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in iled free to all who apply. It should be
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FOUNDERS & UACIUMSTS,
1 MANUFACTURKKB AND DKALE113 IS
j .iskIucm, JJollera, Mawiuills,
KradfortI Corn aud lVheat TMl
Cotton PrcMt, Cotton Olsv..
8IianinK, l"nlly,
ISP 1 CI At. KOTICK We are pnniareil to till orden
nnlln. forth, n.l.nmljul MtMlnrt VftlfU
WronKlx-' ' nlley. We carry in itoak ovr
Two Jlandred Amortod imwi.
srBi)nd tor Ctlou and Prloa-llit.
BLEDtiE BKOS.,of Come, Mlas. F. M. HOBFLEET, Kesideit Partatr.
NEW FIRM.
NEW GOODS.
FLOYD h CO.
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Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAH GOODS A SPECIALTY.
MrAgeDUror tbe celebrated MURKS WOO TIIBIFIED C II 1ST A, pecialljr
adorUHl for Hll, rtxlMnrnnl. int SHrnlo.WT
1AFOLI0H HILL, PresldeaU If. K. WILKEBSOI, TkMMafc
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luiiimuibuiiiiiini
MIES A 8U1UL riM AM MUUMU BOUBBH.
A QUARTER OF A MILUON'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
8. KANOFIILD. St. . MTKUij. W. B. BIXKjKLU.
Offlee 1 fIslUn street, Mecwpkia, Teiiii
IToods & Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NAN OB COTTON PEESS,
TTo,
(Steam Engines, Machinery of All Denerlpf loiis,
339 STftOWD KT MFiTVTPTTTS TETffW.
HILL FOtJTAIKE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Vholesalo Grocers
SOO-35 Frant St., JSemphiH, Teauu
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Liberal Adt-anees on ConiilRUuieutc.
Front Street. : : Meinplils, Tenn,
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L. . MULL1NS, of lato i. B. Godwin A Co. JAB. Y0N6E. lato of J. W. Caldwoll k Oo
MTJLLIKS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission Merchants
COTTON PAOTOBS,
Koii. 858 and S5 Front Street UeanpM Taaa.
A $50,000,000 ESTATE
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31 nnd 30 Mndison HU. : Wir.ar.lat. T"vi.
Nrw Yoiik, NovembiT 2?. An ex
unpiiflotl copy f thn will of the lute
Lm ibomaa Terry yAilu, the wealthy
Cuban planter aud father of the la e
Junn Ptilro Terry, whrBB wili living
li's wilo aod unborn child f J.OIMI.000
war ailniitlnl to pr.jbatfl rfn-ntlv. was
tiled ia tho Sarrognte's ofllce today,
tngother with a petition of Jose K nilio
Ttrry prayinir for aneiliary probate
and lottrrs testamnnlnry. Tub will
was executed in Havana nl re pre-
Bunts an estate varied at $o0,000,000.
of which 120X00,000 are invested in
this country. It is the joint will of
the testator and wife, to be oparative
la the case of the dath of either, it
oeing stated tnat when they
were married he possessed $20,000
and Biie owned a neirro slave,
sines deid; and the present
value of the estate over and above
these poste'Blorjs were tbe Prodis of
the cori n if 1 society. They hid twelve
cuiiurm, oi wnoru elgbt survive, aad
the will directs tbat the esiata be
dlvidud between them, share and
share alike, taking Into acconnt the
amounts which have already been
given tnem, ranging Irom J03.228 to
l, y,-i.i. its gives to bis wile and
to hia children Don Francisco Jaries
and Don Jose Kmilio (300,000 each, to
unvote io a purpose whleti lie bad
crony rntruHieu io (iiem. tqs eia
surviving children are Don Anili
Don tarmoD, Don EJuardo Serafi
Don t ranrisco Havieis. Don Juan
dro, Don Jose Kuiilin, Don Matividad
una von Atiionio.
MirrnBaifl koiiius Bluued a deoree
admittinx the will to record. Ancii- ah p.nttnn CoverflfJ bv Insurance on seawortnv vessels c
I... l.llo. Ia. I... I i r't S ..
inri GInhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
in ss executor. Uondort Brothers, rep
liUMBBR T AMD !
ileiCaiMsiaiict'iCo
ltrinkler. Ark Manofaetnrera of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AID vitLuia an
Uoara. 8aaM. lilliO. DreBsad Floorlnir, Celling;, Weatker-BoardlBg
lilliO, Dressed Floorlnir, Celling-,
Cypres Htainglea, Utths, Kte.
Sw ftvollltlM ar.
OEO. B1YHILLEB, AOETJT,
r?.'134 Jefferson Street
Memphis. TexuiMaej
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lunvML'nrv - - " 1 m ;
no, II M I I I I lltl ll I II I I I I I III
Pa. JLAAA JL Jf-MAXw H MM rt MAI MflfllFJ
dart .brothers, ren-1 . . . . w -. nnrnnrini irnirmrTO
relenting tl.eBaroneas Blanc, dnKliUr 124 nil(i L'UL'ljrVli M liTiM. MMHflllB.
of tbe toatator, llvina ia l'aris. France.
Biked the Murrogate lo prant an order
compiling the fXTiitors to show
cauB why tli decree should not be
revoked. Decition was reserved. Let
ters will tot be Ismed until a decision
is given.
PrlafW NlrholM T.berbatv,
Flaa lieutenant Imperial Russian
Navy, speaking of thettticiency of tba
l.teb'R UO. SUOCB tleel Tonic, siva:
"It ia a most excellent tonic." Edwin
Soothsays: "Did me good." Gan.
Fran i Higei says: "UeneUted me
very much." Invaluable in debility.
dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache,
nervousness.
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Thera Will Be N Rtrlkr.
PnTsauBO, Fa., November 22. Ad
vices from the coke regions today are
to the enect tbat so mtetinu of tbe
coke workers has been held to can-
cede the ultimatum of the operators
and that all tbe men are at work the
same SB usual. Tbe operators say
m
if
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
.B.(BfBWUr.Pmn. J.H.600DBAK, Tlce-Frean. C HVBAMK, Caiktak
L of Dlraotora.
M. AOODlaJU
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U Wis JtHlT,
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1 5 sUoil.
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imm M nilnil im mm 1
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. , . ;:.;!,. .i t: Z I there will be no strike as the Knight, pnUftn V
ItyT1'?.1! ' of Labor are orpoeed to it at d the tOltOn S J'-V
TT III. ITIO
the unoflt -ntitious dlsplsy.
As lha coiti'ue passed tho Imnieuno
lb rung silently
uuiti) Tim h means in rkufkct
nnd in token (if giicf. At the Grund
t!ti;r.il Depot tbe Olurao liuiiti-d
tria nas ready to start wl.en tlm
Roiiod of tbe iiiull't'd drum was beard
aud the troopB hi ii'-nred marching in
rolriiiim of four, 'liny drew up In
lino lacing the depot aod proseuted
Minerb'
order a
united.
As.'ociatioa cannot aSord to
strike un leas the men are I
Said bainome Tom to smiling Nell,
"Whfre dtd you find that mystic spell
Ti... I. ,...AM. I .. :iH
i iiai iiuYcin iviiiuu ,ii ur rveijr Diuru,
Aud would my tluobbing heart be
guile?"
Quoth landing Nell, "You silly boy,
lu tjt4UJJV i tue cream ol Joy."
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Ci?w lissiou Merchants.
No, 3U FVf lit Street, Coracr ot Monroe, MemptriR. 1 enn.
NIJBSCBIKE FOB
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
1 Howard's iiow, Var. Front and
.Jlli - L 1
Tnion, Wfenuihla.
mm
Confections, Olaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Ulaces,
Cream Eon Hons, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Ton Bons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Yon can find tbeaa goodi " AT RETAIL," In any quantities, at
Tho Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Kctail Efitabllsliment,
Xo. in JflVrou Mre,Oii)onife Tbeir Factory.
Theia are the Jnoiit Confoctions that the Memiihls Pablio have erer had the opportunity
13 purcnaae.
agrTry Our "TVew TreHiu l.oaf" ttTeltelonsi.,,
t. V.
ISTE9. B. B. SPICKR. W. B. DOAJT.
(SDCOBMMOKS BATES, DOAI
7lolesale Grocers and Cotton Faciora
Nos. II (-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tezrr.
B. WI TZES AMHi Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Pnblllliers,
Sole AgenU for the followlns Firt-Clai Instrumenta:
STEINTVAY and KISTlBE
PIANOS-Kranich &. Bach, Gabler,.and WheeiocK.
OSGANS Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
mrL NKW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR l0.-
Writ for Oolnlnene.. lVn. 221 wild 22:t Seroinl MrMt, Ttfenir'it".
B. MAI l.ORT.
w.
ILLORY
J. CBAWVOHW.
W.
CRAWFORD & CO.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
Ami Commission Merchants,
372 & 374 Front St., Cor. Gayoso, Memphis Tenn.
LORD, DIEHL & DAHBURY,
(sncCKSSORS TO a LURKS dikhii.
M ANIIF ACTUBERS AND BOTTLE1S
OF
Lager Beer, Cider, Champagne Cider,
Wlarrnl w.tti of all fltTori. and XXX " W,'""F ?!Vt.
M-PVBK ArPLK CIDER, in Barrel! and Half Banpeli, a ipeoialty.'WB
Xo.goa Front Mreet lrffeaapfjiw. Tewneawe.
J. C. NEELY.
8. H. BROOKS.
H. M. NEELY
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
WHOLESALE!
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants
o. 307 Front Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
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