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MEMPHIS. TESS., WI2UXESDAY, DECEMULll 8, 1880.
VOL. XLVI ZQ. -sa
In Colnnluq, Ohio k Fall Ac:oaat
of tbe Proceedings row
Co-.XBrs, O., Uoctimber 7. At the
afternoon nnsion o the Federation of
' Orsanreed Trades it iu decided to
hold executive session', and all not
; officially connected with the body
were requeetd to withdraw while the
action ot the Legislative OommiiteewaB
snbmitt ed to the connresi for ita ap
proval or it disapproval. Thia action
wu followed by a spirited discrusion,
which followed the adoption of a refo
lutioa, by Jno. R. Winder, of 8t.
Loois ; to admit toe representatives of
- the press. The vote was almost
TBI ILKCTIOM Or TBI PRESIDING OF
riCBBS .res olted as follows: J. T. Smith, Na
tic al Tailor's Union, president; J. T.
W right, of International Typograph
ic al Union, vice president; J. S. Kir
c hener, of Iateraational Cigar Maker's
1 Jnlon, secretary; H. Emmerich, I n
' ternational Furniture Makers, assist
ant secretary ; W. E. Tomson, Chicago
Trades and Lsbor Assembly, djor-
keeper; . P. Plieger, Columbas, meS'
Messrs. Olmner. Tomson. Mi.ler.
"Emmerich, Eimiston and Kircbener,
from the ieeieiauve Commutes, tuD-
mitted a lenitthy report, of which the
following is the satstance :
TBI DEATH OP Wif. H. PJtTEB,
late secretary, suKKested, and the fc
of the Foster Memorial Association
to erect a monument, and friends de
airing to contribute are asked to send
-: i . : 4 i? i jr..i.4.
vuu'nuuuuus w ill. iu.uuoi u,
The formation of a number of
NEW NATIONAL CMI0HS
is announced, but the fact tbat they
were not represented in the present
congress was due to ine necessary
economy to obtain a footing, with as
euranve that they will ba represented
at the future sections.
THI HOUSE COMMITTEE OH LABOS
has secured the puB'flge of a bill pro
vidiDg for the incorporation of trades
onions. By this the lawful chaiacter
of such oreai lzniona is recogn'Zdd
The committee was happy to riport
the large me sure of success reached
IIGBT HOUB MOVKMENT
inaugurated at the last congress of the
. federation and the impetus e ven the
labor movement. Ttiere had been
numerous labor upheavals dur
ing the last year, and while the
eight hour rystem bad only
been adopted in two large industries
the working hours of over 210,000
laborers bad been reduced from ten
and twelve to nine and eight hours
The committee regretted tbat more in
tbis line bad not been accomplished
The trades anions had responded t.i
the circulars issued end had the
Koighta of Labor co opera' ed, great
results would nave been obtained.
TBI VIOLATION OP THE EIGHT-HOUR LAW
in government work, had been vlolat
ed through the letting out it govern
ment worK by contract, and tne lebor
era defrauded thereby. The more gen
eral observance of the first Monday in
A LEGAL H0L1DAT
wis sugge6ted so that it miy become
as national as Independence day.
The evasion of
THE CHINESE IMMIGRATION
law, cuggested the worthlewness of
laws when not enforced by i fficers in
sympatby witn trntn,
AM APPEAL TO CONGRESS
was recommended. Much Stale leeis
lation tad been secured looking to the
laborer in all departments.
In speaking of
the committee called (ittention to the
bill introduced in Congre.-s prohibiting
corporator s from employirg as con
stabulary men from states in winch
they did not reside. They were char
acterized as armed botilts of mercena
ries seeking to intimidate men a k'ng
for their righs.
TheconBtitat'onnl pmcno'mant bear
ing upon (he arbitration and
THE SUPPORT OP STRIKES
had been Tt-jecttd. The importance
of an official jjurnal could dot be
questioned in the opinion of the com
mittee. Under the head of "Federation
and the Knights', strikes and political
action," the committee eays: "Tbe
Fifth Annual. Congress, iu ex
ecutive session, car side red tbe
ralstinns Hntwaon t ha tTaila.
nnions and the Knights of
Labor acd instructed the secretary
to correspond with the executive offi
cers of the latter body in reference to
the matter. Secretary Foster, obey
ing his induction?, wro e to Mr. Pow
der) and Stcretary Turner and elic
ited replies from both. That of Mr.
Powderly deserves special notice on
account of the tone and spirit of fair
ness pervading its contents, bnt
THE CONTINUED HOSTILITY CP THE
of Labor to the trades unions leads us
(o suppose that they were promises to
-the rar, broken to tbe hopes, or tbat
Mr. Powderly's influence for good wet
jsadly over estimated by the delegates
tfaj the las' r saion of the federation.
THE QUESTION OP STRIKES
i perhnps iu the preset movement of
t be labor organization?, in that receiv
io tg tbe large st share of the working-
m en. Tint wlinllv. wn mnar mnfpai
guided by that intelligence whioh
we think the subject dessrves. We
do 1 lot, as a federation or as individ- I
uale. 'i wish to be understood to be the
advo cates of strikes. On the contrary
itiskvown that the best regu'ated
trades ' unions have the least strikes.
Yet w Me we deprecate this measure
of wari 'are in the labor movement, we
cannot nd will not join the general
hue and cry for their condemnation.
Strikes a re bad, no doubt, but only are
they so 'hen they are failure?, and
not so bad .when they are successful.
THEREFORE TO KNOW WHEN TO STRIKE
and when not to strike, are questions
of the hightttt importance; also, when
a strike is once goi.e, intj how to con
duct ihe same is of great moment. We
believe when a strike is pracical, tbe
people moftt interested should be con
sulted ar.d tiave the deciding voice."
The committea reguided with pleas
ure the recent political action of the
organized woikLngmen of the country,
by which tbey had dett-rmined that
they iutei.d to dtmoiictrate ' thtir
political power, and r commended
trat organised Ihbor persist in their
lecent efforts untlj they achieve the
exercise of political lights and power
which is jnet. Resolutions were in
troduced aid rtferred to the commit
tee as follows:
I c doming the action of the Interna
tional Tyrographiial Union rcgerd
ing the Government Printing Office in
cace it was made a bureau ; recom
mending the pR8-'ftgFnf a national in
denture law, giving the master con
trol over his apprentice only during
tbe bonis of labor, and regarding the
carrying out of the p'an for tbe eight
hour movduint t.
Mr. Gompez moved that the Legis
lative Committee meet wl h a com
mittee of the Trtdes Union Confer
ence to agree upon a plan for the car
rying ont of an amalgamation of all
This bn.ught on a considerable dis
cussion, in which the Knights of
Labor was dUcuased as an organiza
tion, and itwas finally decided that the
Knights of Labor had nothing to do
wi h it. The motion f r the appoint
ment of the committee was adopted
and the federation adjourned to .9
o'clock a. m. tomorrow.
The following was received tonight:
Pmt.ADM.rBiA, Pa., Detain ber 7, 1886.
P. J. MeGnirs, Secretary Tradei Union
I have selected a committee of five,
consisting of Brothers Howee, Hall,
McFeely, Ornngton and Zant, to dis
cuss the past differences between
trades unions and the Knights of La
bor, and pave the way for the avoid
ante of a future one. Fraternally
T. V. POWDERLY, 8.M.W., K. of L.
Btmrj Georce sad Bltbop CrilcB
Nw York, December 7. Henry
George, late labor candidate for Mayor
of this city, has addressed an open let
ter to Archbishop Oorr'gan, of the
Catholic diocese of New York, in refer
ence to a recent pastoral letter by the
latter, in which ke took occasion to
warn bis people against the land theo
ries of Mr. George. Nearly all of the
letter in reply is devoted to a contro
versial dis'juision of Mr. George's
well-known theories on the question
of private ownership of land. Aside
l.om that, tbe significant part of the
letter is as follows : " Ihat part of your
pastoral letter to which I refer baa
been taken by the press as placing the
Catholic Church in the altitude of a
champion of private property in land,
and is certainly calculated to create
tbe impreesion that the doctrine that
all men have equal and inalienable
rights to the use of this natural ele
ment, is rpp-.sed and condemned
by the Cathoiie faith. Since I am not
a Catholic, it n.ight seem hardly befit
ting ii me to deny your right as an
Arcbbishop 'o clothe your p-iiitical and
economic op.niona in tbe garb of
initial reli&iouj t a.hii g, but I may
perhaps be pei mitted. to call your
ht'ention to the f ct that euch a right
has been expressly denied by high
Catholic authority, add to the further
fact that the very opinions which you
officially stigmatize as opposed to
Catholic teaching are openly avowed
not only by Catholic laymen and
priests, but by prelates of official dig
nity not inferior to your own. Per
haps, as I may be permitted to ob
serve the quotation you make
from the encyclical of Pope Leo XIII
in no wise bears out the interpre a
tion you put upon it. Tnstrad of con
demnicgaa 'dangerous theory' the
d ctrine that human rights to the use
of land are equal, it on the contrary
condemns only th:e who assail 'the
right of property which is sanctioned
by natural law,' and tbis restriction,
which includes land, is still further en
forced by the Pope's characterization
of the property of which he speaks
a characterization that clearly applies
to tbat species of property which is
the result of human exertion." -
WorklHginea'a Tar 1ST Association.
Pitteburg, Pa., December 7. The
Commercial Qatttleli authority for the
statement tha'. a national tuiff asso
ciation is btiing formed among tbe
woi kmen of the country. By the fine
of i he Presidential election of 1888, it
sajg, thousands of clubs will be in ex
istence in the North and five of tbe
Southern States. The crganizUinn was
staited in Ternrsiee, Gaorgia and
Alabama. In the coming year organ
izers will be placed in the States
of Virginia and West Vi'ginia.
These will be the only Southern
States in which a fight will be made.
Il the North each Sta'e will be can
vassed. In Massachusetts an onrauizer
has already bien app.iuttd, and clubs
win 03 orsan:zed in every town and
village, state o'ganizitions are being
placed in the Northern Ststes. Tbe
organizations will in no wav actaeon-
iz-st'. e Industrial League of Phi'adel
phia or tbe Piotictivu Leagne of New
York, while it is to be entiiely inde
pendent oi euner.
Blehmond nnd West Point Tfrral-
, nnl Cumpaujr.
Vt Vnnir n 7 1 ,
ence was heid this afternoon between
representatives of tbe East Tenneaeee
and the Norfolk and Western railroads.
President Kimball and Calvin 8. Price
represented the East Tennessee and
Robt. Fleming the Norfolk and West
ern. Mr, Piice s lid afterward that they
were at work on a plan for the amalga
mation of the two companies, but had
reached no result tn&t could be made
public as vet. Negotiations with the
Richmond and West Point Terminal
Company are being carried on at the
A Bnaqaet to Thosana SHeveas.
New York. December 7. Mr.
Knight L. Clapp, the secretary of the
Citizens' Bicyc'e Club, has written a
letter to Mr. Pou'tney Bigelow, tbe
editor of Outina, tenderine. on the
part of his club, a banquet lo the great
wheelman, in tbe following words:
"K3cognizine the enternriee. ahilitv
and courage of Mr. Thomas Stevens,
"whose trp "round the
bicycle" is worthy to rank
most remarkable fea's of
world on a
even more ancient timer, tha Citizens'
.Bicycle uiub da ires to express its ap
preciation of those manly qnalities
and to congratulate tbis daring
traveler, who hs in so uaiqae man
ner shown tbe possibilities of the
wheel, on the safe and succeeaful' com
pletion of bis arduous labors. Ws
therefore tender to Mr. Stevens,
through you his metiopolitan repre
sentative, a complimentary banquet
to be given npon his shortly antici
pated arrival in this city."
I contracted sims weeks ago a se
vere co d, witn pain imnysideind
shoulder, I give your Salvation Oil a
trial and it relieved meatnnce.
CU AS S. GILBERT, Bjltimor., Mil.
XE1T TOBH DRY HOODS MARKET.
New 1 ore, Da: eraser 7. The job
bing requist was light, but th manu
;aptu;ins, oi.veiting hDd export trade
was steady, with veiy fair engagements
of all kindd of icttou gx,ds. Woolen
golds elow in demand, hutcs with
CJltonc, many are being delivered on
account of orders, j
SPECIALS TO THE APPEAL.
W. A.SIOXF, OP JiEWBECS, FAILS
FOR $ SO ,000,
Lew k Mii-bat, of Helena, (Jo
Under Fairchlld's Re
ception. ISrlOIAL TO TBI ArriAt..l
NtwsERN, Tenm., DrcemVr 7. W.
A. 8 ne,one of our larget-t merchants,
made an assignment yest. rdav even
ing. The liabilities are about $30,000 ;
assets not known. He has besn run
ning a store here, one at Yorkville,
Gibson county, and one in Altbam.
He has been doing an immense bur
ners for some time, and has been run
ning the organization of "Wheelers"
in Gibson county, representing some
400 families. . His largest creditors are
in Memphis, it is thought, but little
information can bs had at present, as
tbe assignment was made late in the
evening and sent immediately to
Dyersburg to be recorded. It is' ru
mored here that he owes one firm in
Memphis some $2000. Much comment
is being made here, as Mr. Stone was
considered one of the moat eagacious
business men in town.
lwjr A Miehot rail A 'olord
lariciAL to thi ArriAi,.l
Helena, Abk., December 7. There
was considerable excitement caused
in Helena commercial circles when
tbe fact was made known tbat tbe
United Statts Marshal hadeksed np
the jewelry establishment of Lewy &
Michot, for years the leading jewelry
establishment of Helena. Lst win
tar tbe firm, de.-irlng to extend its
business, established a house in Mem
phis, on Main street, and had to go in
debt for stock and fixtures heavier
than tbey intendtd to. Business not
coming np to their exprctations and
collections being poor was the cause
of the break. Air. Lnwy, who is in
reality the firm, Mr. Michot having no
interest in the business save that of
his namo, has many warm friends in
Helena wb'', it is said, will advance
him tbe money to meet all obligations,
which will enable him to resume busi
ness. It sems that an epiilnn'c of
calami iea and acc denin has bt fa len
tbe colored people around here just
now, not a day passing without some
serious accident. Today the Wife of
I raol Burr.er, a porter in the store of
H. 8. Hoinor & Co., left her little
child in front of the tire while she
went outdoors. When she returned
to tbe house the clothing of the chi d
was in flames, and in ex'inguishing
them she was seriously burned.
Sen. Fairchlld's Krceptlon a Grand
(arsoiAt, to thi aft ial.J
Nashville, Tsnn., December 7.
A reception was given at the Masonic
Theater this evening to Gen. L. A.
Fairchild, Grand Commander G. A.
R. The singe was decorated with
flags. Many prominent i x-Uonfeder-ates
were there.' Gen. G. P. Thurston
made an address of welcome and Mrs.
Crnther lecittdthe "Palmett iandtbe
Pine," was loudly recalled and gave
Tbe Blue aud the Gray." Oapt. E.
E. Winter, of the Geoigs A. Ibomas
Post G. A. R., introduced tbe sneak
ers, saying the mission of the Gf A.
A. was t ) have bodies of the Confed
erate aeaagatnereu up and laid in
the national cemeteries. Gen
Fairchild was the first speaker.
He gave a history oi the
G. A. R. ai:d spoke of their
mission of peace and love. Ue paid a
Handsome tribute to tne oouth and
tbe Confederate boldierd. Speacb.es
were made by U. M. Doak, of Mere-
pnis; uoi. a. s. (jo yar, liax er Smith
ana Uji. bam Jones, of JNibraska.
Heihodlftt ronforencr-I.a'hrr Unl
lew Hill lter.ovr.
ISriCIAL TO TBI APriAL.I
Jackson Tknh., December 7. The
Memphis Conference of thtiMethodict
Church will convene in this city to
morrow and will remain in sersion one
week. Abr.ut 100 ministers have al
ready arrived and a large number will
arrive tomorrow. Bishop W. W. Dun
can, of South Carolina, is here and
Luther Ballew, a 10 year oM ton of
J. H. Ballew, of this 'citv, who was
accidentally shot in the head a few
days ego by his playma'e, Homer
Rushing, is abls to sit up, and w.ll re
Cant. R. R. Hoom Elected Mayor A
r ire Kv. wr. Hiack't Kelura.
IsriOIAL TO THI APrtAL.1
Coldmbus, Miss., December 7. Our
city e.ection tor Mayor and tonne;!
men passed eff quie'iy and the result
is in the m&in Sitisfactorv. Cant. R
. Moore, one of tbe largest planters
in Lowndes county, was elected
Vayor by a hrge majority, getting 395
votes ont oi a total ot 73t). Joi. J. (J
Bauks, John R. Long, W. X. Ottlt
L. M. Tucker, Ge-). K. Hury and
rleishman will compase our next
Council. This is a triumph for the
liquor element, as everyone e'ectod
is on that side.
The residence of Mr, J. W. Tohon,
three miles fiom Columbus, on the
Mpcou road, was burned Sunday
n'ght. The oiigin of the fire is un
known. It is Tt ported hern tl a' the Rev. Dr.
W. C. Black, for the pat two years
pastor of the Meihodiet Chnrch in
Meridian, Miss., will be sont here as
pastor, a d our people are very mu?h
in hopes this report is true.
SIO.OOO OOO 'isfl
UriOIAL TO THI APPIAL.l
Bikminoram, Ala., Deceirber 7.
Tbis was a red letter dy for land
schemes. One alone, of wtiluh the
public had no intimation before, is big
enongh in capital et"ek to bay np all
tbe former ventures of the kind. This
is the Eosley Land Company, whose
purpose is to build 'he town of Ensley,
four miles cut on.Villaga creek, whera
the Pratt Coal and Iron Company are
builoirg tour furnaces. The bnlk
of the stock will be held in the man
agement, of th's compiny. Tnu d-i:laia-
tion provides for capnai s ck of $10,
Papers were a'?o fll.-l fir tli ircor
potation of th i N rth H ghlads Jud
Company, with fX),(X,0 capital s'ock,
nd the North li ghlsn.Js luir.rote
aeat Conipaoy, -with f 100,000, baing
sn entoipiibu of Richmond aid
Biroilnghain capiiaLLsts, who com-
. .i am i mmmm wsii BW tmm
posa tne Aoith H.rmii.Ki am
and Cnalnrg compan'-. Th
ho"ght the!r Noith Highland proper
ty from the fclytn iid Uomi a-ty a
ont lia f a million Ui l r . rhei
improvement company isds iaed to
aid trie duvrloprntnt ul iti.s by ttie
coLS'rnctios c: a dumipy tailrjad, etc
Ksyor Lna Elected for lbs Ibltd
The Mayor's election tcday resulted
in Msyor line's rc-slection fo' the
third term of two yos's, by an njo ity
of 658 votes over D. J. B. Vukie, the
sircunent man who hs evir opposed
him. The campiign wouldbav- bten
rstber listlees ail the wsy troimh but
for a declarat on f the K"lnhts of
Lib tr In favor of Luckie. Tim put
some zt into the wind up. At no
time, however, bas Laud's d-fiat
seemed si probab'e to the intelligetnt
lookers on, and cors'quouuy tbere
w-s a poor turn out. Tbe Latie tit ket
for Aldermen weut through solidly,
Pork Farklna; Hoaso tm Be Estak-
lariouL to via ArniL.I
Chattano. ga.Temk., Ddiuiber7.
The prospects are good tnat a large
pjrk packing fartory will be located
in this city. Two gentlemen from
Mississippi are at the bead ot tbe en
terpriso and have $1Q0,C00 to invest in
the fact ry.
A middle seed man named Ed. Ho
gan was found ded in the suov, at
the foot ot Mnsioniry KUue tirav.
Hewdrunk and laid down on tne
railroad, where he fn is ti death.
Five large Moul engines werd re
quired to pull ths Eait Tenmsee
paseenger train which left B istol vee
terday morning and arrived here to
day, nn account of ths great fall of
snow in fast Tennessee. T! e on
ductor of the train stated the snow is
forty-six inches deep at Jonesboro.
The City Council toi ight requested
proposals for a site lor a market
house. One will be probably be
Perry & Co., of Albany, N. Y , to
day decided to erect tneir s ove works
at Sontii Pit'sburg. This is a victory
for the Chattanooga ir n dhir c'. The
establishment will employ abant 4 0
N JACKSO?, MISS.
A Big Petition for Iho KslablUh
in out or Water Works.
iBPSflAb TO THI ArritL.I
Jackson, Mibs., December 7. At Ihs
a j urned meeting of the citizens and
taxpayers of Jackson htfit r ight, the
com mil tees appointed tocinvaisthe
various wards in the interezt of the
water works reported a petition,
signed by a majority of the taxpayers,
ueaing me Board oi mayprsru Aider
men ta take steps toward Hie estab
lishment of water works. They also
reported Ihat with a few exceptions
the cit'zens are nnanimoui In their
desire for said works. A committee
was appointed to wait noon the board
at their m eting tonight, aud to pre
sent tne petition and nrire Its favora
ble consideration, and to advie with
them as to the most feasible plan or
line oi policy to be adopted.
FOET SMITH, ARK.
ainael Rnrr's rUnr-l,lnk!lls
V17,UVU, ASSCIS Ift,OOU.
iMOlAL TO Til ArriiiJ
Fort Smith Ark., Dec bsr 7.
Tbeftti'.ure here today ofWaniBasr,
uoaier in general m rcnano:se, ciu?ed
general surprise t the onmmereial
unmmllnilv llaKititiua Ct T il 'O. iut.
$15,000. Those havirg the largest claims
against hun aro Joseph B.tura and
Co., Crow, Hargad?n & Co., Spero &
Uo M. Wolf & Sons, A. Frank A Sons,
Adter, uoldman Oo, Adler, Frank
& Co , all of St. Louis. The attach
ment man has been busy a 1 day en
deavoring to gt bis hooks in on the
Washington, D'c.'inbr 7. M.
Hayes Urier, of ri nnnylvanU, and W
J. IfiU'pr.vw. of Indiana, have be'-n
appointed Chief of Divisl-n In the
IVdsion Office; TbomiB J. Wa'ker, of
Mitsf-iir, rcc-'un'ant in Hie flics of
the Commissioner of Railrcads, has
Da. Bull's Cough Syrup bas no
rivals, i wenty nve CHnts.
FA 13 IlUMOJtS.
Seven Trara of Phnlraland Sfeutil
Kouerinc Eidea by ( utlcara
A BOUT sevsn rears aro I haJ a humor
ia DreaK ont upon my taos i it started in a
mail blotch and looked Ilka th. utins of s
bes, thon it rpread sod ltioktil like ring
worm, and became very painful. I at ones
went ta one of ths belt doatori inthei-Hy,
and hs could do me do lood. No leu than
twelve of fhe belt dooton have hid a trial at
mr lace, and all ( them tailed I will not
rive you liat of their namei, but will lay
that they were from Boiton, iw York and
Maine, alio from Kngland, Vranee and Can
ads. I hare been a hotel cook aud tteward
ioryean. in tne inrnmerleook at water-
liir plaoei; that ii whyl have bnd an on "or
tuntty of belns amona rood doulori. Thei
could not enre my Tune, and I had liven nn
all hoiiei of ever balm any better. Laat
June.l went to Mooitnead Lake, Maine, lo
eook for the leaaon. ttyfaoewai lo had I
did not like to be reen. At the like I met a
rentlemen from England. lie told me to
ure youl Cuticcsa Hkmkdhi and they would
ours me at once. I did so. The remit waa
in three weeks the lorei na mr fans were
healed up. 1 nied it all ths reai'n. Mr
'ace is all well, and no aoan to be iten. I
have recommended it to s number, and in
every cue it bai cured them. It would take
J treat deal of money to .ul me back where
was one - ear ato, proridmi I did not
know what your Cuticcra would do. 1 shall
recommend it aa lone aa I life, and thai!
ererrsaain, H. STtVKNf),
Kat Jackson, Me.
A Most Wona.ilnl Mkla I are.
Hare hiKt ued your CuTinnrii KiMitntri on
one st my rtrla. and found it to bi jmt what
it i re"orr, mended to be. Mr Jnnihter wai
all b-nken out on her head and k'.'lr. and the
hair commenced to come eut. Mow ihe '' as
imooth aa erer "he v, and ahe hai only
tukin oiio bn of C'LTKit a, one ch'' ot t.'o
tiuusa Hop, end one btite ol (JunruRi
Kksiilvkst. I doctored with quit a num
ber o: doctor, but to no avail. I am wil
ling; to make iirtidait to the truth of the
itatement. OKl'K'-iR 8A.ST, Maoon, Mich.
CuTtctrsA, the arent 8k in Cure, en i CtiTi
flcaa Sotr, an eniuliite Hkln BeautiBer n
trnHll, end OtiTirua Rk-xiltunt, the New
Blood Purifkr tnternntly, are a poaiiive cure
forsrx ytorm ot Skin at d Blood Dlieaiee,
from Hi" plot to Hrrotula. Sold evertu here.
Prices CtiTicoiA, 50 eenta; hmr, eenta;
Kkoi,tt, fl.oo. Prepared by I'otiki 1)09
At OHKHiflAf. Co.. Boaton. Maaa. Menu lor
CrN Blemiahea.Pimplsa, Blaokheada and
flail! Hubv llutnora. ma niiTirne Siiap.
Anil Pi In Fliuiier
I ).- po.nl r I.--.t , ii.i ai..- rtl- ; b
ee.thuiiMn.la of i-.a.aul li,- nr., klnii and erli.iif
flundlnf liave Weu cmimI. In.laril. e Ktiuni le eip
f-ltb Iu Ha -mcerttliat I will aB,l TWO fcO-l'l l-U-
um, iw-ii,er uli vhidaiiiji iKniini. ..n II la
laelaaiiyaiiDirr. niveii.ieenKiMlr.U. aliaaa
1)1'. T. A. fcUXVM, HI ret L, Ntw Voi.
To C-Aiilr.'S"! o-.
nun inn yards
rAKllS l.ltl'LK VI HK.
am w -i w v iu uii.u 11111:1 u lull uui-
t;i, trim LakeviewtoO. K. I nn-line:. Uood
in 'luiiotltiiri to a u it out-
prices nnil tirompt pay. A pply to lour,
uowan vu., memiiuie.
J. 11. HifLAYYtJ CO.
le. ' .nn . nr nn vat
fj All SWrS THE PAIN.
?l . Aehins Mupclea Baoki, J"p and
V fSldea, and all Pain, liifl imuia-
f T tion and We.km.ii rt-llv! la
fJk len mlnnle h the t'ajilcara
I PSHAW-CUKW-On Deo. 7,lSSd,at8t.
Mary 'a Proteitant K;lcorel Cathedral,
Memphis, recti., by the Hit. Jobn Marshall
Chew, of New York City, Vr. M. K UriBAW,
of Os neivillc,Teias, and Vias Julia 13 a wis
Cfww. f Mm-hle.
BACKE1T 1 he Iriendaof Jama M. SiCK
ITT and family are Invited to attend hla fu-
teial from his late reaidenee, No. 2M Oaroeo
itrcot, ihia (WEDNESDAY) morning at 10
LKILA SCOTT hODOK. No. a,
F.A A.M. Will meet in epeei.l
roinmumcation this (Wudxihdai
evenins, uec. 8th. at 1:X o'clock
forwnra in the K. A. tleires. All'
xv. A. i rralsrnally Invited,
lly order U. t. CAVANAOH, W.M.
Attest: A. 8. Myans, Secretary.
Electric Belt Free
TO Introdace It and "btaia Merita we will
for the neat liity days five away, free ol
caarce. in seen county oi tbe O. o. a limited
fumberefourseernaaei M.ef retljlalvaa.
e sispeaaory Bell, Price ; a positive
and unfeilinr curs for Nervosa Debility.
Varlnocele. Kmlantana. F annlanaf. a tn. a'till
Reward paid if every Belt ws maoufactara
an not generate a ten nine electric current.
Addreaaatonoe KLKUTH10 DKLT AUhN-
MX, f. U. B a ITS, Brooklyn , M. M.
ELE riU OF BIRKCTOaill..
Uaioi aan Pltis Bask or Mihphis, I
Aleinnhle. Tens.. Daeaenbair A. lMHrt. I
QTOCKlloLDBHB are hereby notified that
kJ an eleetlon will bs beld at tkta Bmk oa
ths Becond Mnndiy in January, 1887, from
10 a.m. nntll 2 p.m., to choose Directorate
ervs ue esaainf year.
B. P. READ, Cashier,
Most Elegant Selection
And American Production of
HiTOiir Hclcctlou eomprlnesT
Elegant Stjlcs (of ihel.ntCHt)
aud BENT Mnkera, Foreign
KjrOur tioodtiare Imported
DIKECT, through OUIl Ouit.
torn House. ,
No. Mow IU1MI7.
NEW ILLUSTRATED QtlAUTUKLV
Publlaliod tiy Baiuy, Banks A BiDM.I.Jwnlani
ON LY 50 Cts. A YE A R.ilipi"
Jotiita. IjCU. Fllis aiiwcuUtknia.wlttinonvai.
oar We tiave a csr-loml af Huudnraa
Baaaaia, nat rerelveil, la eseelleal.
ahlpplnc artier, t nu Park to pro
irrt from frost, 11.00 to per
Bnneh. Knvlose moaey and order f ir
jsHiKNo m tt uvikw, 8x rr hi at.
HliHCIUiVT TAI l.UII,
Cleaulm, Dy eluv at Repair I ig,
No. IT W. Oodit Stiiit.
Oreor( B. MTloHol.
Wholesale and Retail.
U7ti Necoud Street.
HENMUDKL 4 MADNN,
aait Repairers of Vlauoe, Orcaus,
And Mullcal Initrnmenti flenerslly.
OT MAIM ST., REMfHIH.
JDJt. It. L. LAsKi,
rhjslclaa, Snrfpon nl Aeconciinr
RBHIDKNCB AND OFrlCB.
!tn tlatn Street, Near llnlesti.
Talanhnne No. M.
Koch's Pat. Store
IUEI.Vi'Jil la adjustable to meet any need
orbastasM. Ititebsspsrlhaa old styls, t'aa
be put up by any one, llsieeiaaleU lor
Pantry ana Book Nheleea. Address
HOCII A. II. H- ItllTMn
111 MfclJ ST.. PKORIa. ILL.. ar.
summons Mrdwarele.,St. liOuie.Mn,
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN,
ATE OF 81. LOUIS, MO , bat tnat Itted
I up au siesaniomce ever ut iie nniriai s
me V u.a hi i." ivr eiin vfciiv
those luade by himself and In ocntorm
lith ths measurement ol the eve. Ihe
or baa snade that hia aueoUl study and
ill the Uteal icianlifio toeta and instrn-
nienta to in.ure iiai.mn inj eaflj eient.
Phyaioinna preaorliitiona Ii r el asses oarelully
fllied. Ollioo hours Iroiu 9 to VI and 2 to "M'.rn.
vu. u. 1.1, i.an lOi
enlist and Optician, No. 218 Main street,
.1 . - aitama.K.I U-l. .
Itoca y stors, earner ol Adarae and Mam,
whrrm ha ia reajr to nt all lishti and maki
' to order, ths publlo are informed
the D etor bai no ilaisei for aale other
First January Number Ready December 15 X
KCOI'li-KCRIBXER'S MAdiZIM; WiH De in the widest senee a :
of (fensral litttrAtore; aud iu main purpose will be to bring tot ., it
only Rood reading, brtt litniatare of 1 wtirnt valne.
ILL1)STKATIO.N. Kack number will be fully illu trated, fnd in fl
manner which shalibe Id the beet reuse tlt ativt oi the teit. Tbe arfiatlfl
tide ol the niiii'nn will represent the most rpi'i ed, sincere, a.),l ori.
Amonn the many in:t!ret,un and importnn' papers to be prii.te 1 i;: tha
Magaiine daring the fi st year r tbe reaoiirkaiile tenee nl ,
lIXl'ntLIHIIKD I.K1TI-KJ OF TIIAriiKIIAY.
tne exietonoe or wnics Baa only recently be
come vabliolf known, and eiEernin eih ub
ths freatsst ei ('eolation and esriusity bave
keen aroused. Their importanos and inter
eat will mors this justify tbis. Nothing
sors ehsrMtsriatie or ol .rsater autob i J od.. noUbl. .,.. ih.m 10 T"U "tf p'
raphie valae haa been published, and no I "od, notabl "n them
tX-MlXlSTEK E. 11. WASHIIl'ltXK'N KEN IKICEKCEfl
OF THE dlCOE AND
told by him from hla esosn. tirWata etlarUa.
and psraoaal rseolleetioa of an sissr'snes
absolutely uniiiue, aa he was ths only aaem-
ser oi ins iiipiomstic vorpa remamini in tbe
GLIMPSES AT TI1E DIAK1EN
U. 8. Mlalatar to Pranes at ths eloes of the
laat oentsry. will live aa idea of theinter
sstini and piquant pictures of sooisl ll:e and
eharaetere of tbe time of the rreneb llevolu
tlon, which enat euinni the treat snpub
lished portions of the Morris papers that re
late to nit rssidenos In Paris.
HOItERT 1.0I7IM NTKVIOV,
who will also contribute a shorter stmy to I With the earliest numb rs will be begun a
an early number. very strong end original
NOVEL, IIY IIAKOLl) FHHrUI(
Entitled "Keth'a Brother'! Wife," the acene of wb'ch It laid In a new B Id -Central Xew
A STORY, UX ll. V, IWSXVAt,
which hit to do with a moit Interesting I tuethul. It l Illustrated by A. B. r-oat,
phase ot New York life, will prove saueaially 1 Hoi-klneon ?ui',th and (i surge Wharton Ed
atlraotlve and original ia III subjtot and I wards.
Among ths other Interesting features of
the first nsmber will ke:
A Novelette by
J. N. of Dale (F. i. Stiumin),
SJHORT .TO. IKS by
Joel t'haadler Harris,
T. A. Jeasler (lvonv Bt.
Marata Oroe J-welt, 7.'
H. n. Boyesee,
and many othtr well known nulhori, I viidoi
notable stories by new wrttora.
3.00 A YEAR ; t5 CENTS A KUWBKR.
erfemoiaa neri Ibluir nw will nrrlve th" lirsl tinmtn-r its annit a.
published. Hruili tuners stHlat tie iiinile li i-Iii i h or iuii.ii y vrili r.
CnAKLES SCIUBNKU'N .SONS, INibli hers,
7l.'t ntMl 7IK HltO imv tV. M.W YOltli.
Total Nw ItiHiness Urwater lhan Ihe total ucw bualnesa ol All
(Ither Lite Compauieri iiovt rereHOtitol in MoiiipliiM Combined.
Increase in Surplus more than twice the total Increase ot
surplus ot all other Life Companies now represented in Memphis.
GILBERT RAIHE. :
J. F. WALKER, : :
Room No, 1. Cotton Eifhrtnge
B) UJi IS 153 U
AT COST, Toil THIRTY DAYS, to make room Tor Spring
So('k. On lot Open Itiiot?N. miitablo for country nap,
Ont OWN JUk A1V17F ACTIJIl I, nutl fully Knnrnuteod.
Lilly Carriage Co.
325 Second Street,
5 rar-lontl" Ntti IVrIIm.
3 ar-lonl NuuU Hint ol,
1 t'ur-loitil I,ii n, IIriiin hikI MHiiNitK?.
H C'ur-londu AuifriottH Nartlinet).
1 4!ur-ltml New HuIhIiih,
1 Car-loud New Nalinoii,
1 Car-load Cullfbruln Cituned l'rnlt,
10 Car-loisd Touiatoen. I'eifliCH, Corn, Ftc.
1 ir-loitd 4tuior,H Mlace Meat,
a Car-load New York Itiirkwlieai. ,
2 Car-load Il(Hlee, Kraut ami Itarrel l'lklei.
it Car-load Mllver Noon Cream i:keea
X Ciir-londs) VlrK'nia 1'eaniitH.
H Car-loadu Ftre Crack rrs aud Firt-tt rk-.
a Car-loiulsj Nntnud t tirraulM,
:t !ttr-loala) Flue ItwiiamtM,
S Cur-load. Ited Hen Oat in Apislens
il Car-loalM Freeh Fancy t'MiidlrH,
1 Car-load Outuieal. Ci-aketl Hm;iH. -'.i-,
Aud a complete afwortmeut ol Maple nod l inu j t.'i-o erlei
lor (lie apeclal iinh wt Country .tii re hitnln.
mrWend lor a li l -MhI. "Wl
Oliver, F"ixi.rLio ffi3 0.
Dry Goods, notions, lloslif i
VasUAiainiUaiiii tj immiumiiu uwvwi
Z7aM. SXf and 328 Mala 8U MeKtpIUa,rrmm.
r sTTscTsi r ai t. mint tm m9m n umib . bwji
LritnHAH Jfi I BIaiM. assotr rrieei U1 sssipsxs fftsi voas af saf aaaj
m assWetllsa) Blatea. Ws are AfenU fsr J'
ftwiiii aaifautarlair Co.1 PhiMa, DrUn, ket1ac. SkMteft Cj
-f-1 " XjMMIbrXOXsy sa sJaVtaJtau
a l I I . . i . I .an m, iismslJ
.Ma ' -
Ant! . (mmlCan rtI3rcJiAtiv
suoh study o( ihs sreat noelit's lire has
been bitlierto eoaiihle. 'oc eii(reo' anpu.
Uihfd drawivgt trill o-eoipuny A Letter
Several artie'ea livloi very etriklnt per.
COMMIT: OF 1.KIJ,
eity and in oommunteation with the i-hanr
ins rovernuiente durini thia wnole period.
Tbe articles will all be tally illui trated front
OF UOtI VEHKK1IIC MOUKIS,
ui'liuai luitieriai ia inv amaor a poiaeilloa.
In FtcriuK there sill bs many notable at
tractions. The publisher! expect to begin
durin the present year the publication of sj
Unking novel, which hai bees arranged for
rrnneis . Walker contributes a itrlk-
ing ait'ole on .vniMAi.tu.
Res. wininus Mayes Wrtrd (K.litor of
V7ii- ml. jjr.,,(ciii', writes of the IUhti.o.
un Sail -Ovi.iNDKtK-the r"ler will be
John '. K ipr gives an eiquisttoty Ulua-
trated paiKir upon the Kxintimi l.taa.
NKH Kfl Of C.I.MAKi
t'aiil. r. V. Ureene, 11. S Rnalneera. a
smgestive article on our Const l)eenoea
Kdwle M ninshlli-M a most In eroatina
stu ly In art history with drawins by tha
Many other Important illustraUd articlei
anil iniprrs upou liurary topics, en-., etc. ,
are rosotved lor lalor nur.ouncetnmt.
Ituildlng, Wemphlw, Tennessee
8EJ S illl
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eoutlieran u" i na". ui nam.1
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