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GMJ LY API? ' - ESTABLISflED 1840. MEMPHIS, TEiNN;, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Q9, 1884-.. VOL. XLIV-NO. Q63 KPHm JL JziLJDj KeADKR,Beeto it that tke ticket yon vote on Tuesday includes all the namea given under the head of "The Democratic Ticket," in the first column of the aecond page of the Appbil. Castes Harrisoh is very sanguine that the Democrat will carry Illinois by 5000 majority, and that he will be elected Got ernor. In 1880 the Republicans carried the State by 14,353 majority over all. If every Democrat will make it a special duty to Vote on Tuesday next, and vote the party ticket without a scratch, there, can be no doubt of a Democratic victory. Every vote is necessary to success, and every vote should be cast for every Dem ocratic nominee, national, State, Congres sional and Legislative. Tm letter of our Nashville correspond ent reviewing the State canvass will he rtad with pleasure by everyone who has watched the progress of the campaign. It is a careful review of the situation and its conclusion is irresistible that Bate will oarry the State by a greatly increased ma jority over that by which he was elected in 1S.S2. : " i. ',- .v 'a, v Prbsidsnt Arthck has -made a cozy place , for Secretary Graham, who goes back to the bench as United States judge of the Seventh Circuit, succeeding to the place recently made vacant by Judgn Prummond, of Chicago. Ex-Secretary McCultoch takes his place as Secretary of the Treasury, an office it will be remem bered he filled most creditably nnder the administration of Andrew Johnson. A bad story comes to us this morning over the wires telling of the killing of fourteen men by an explosion of fire damp in a coal mine near I'niontown, Pa. This is the first of the season. Until elec tricity is brought into general use for light ing mines, each dreadful sacrifices of life JU3.J be looked for as incidents of a very rKfcV business. Even the miners them selves1 fire o'ten reckless and thus become the victims of their own folly in the care less nse of lignite. Tug State Democratic Executive Com mittee mate an earnest appeal to the party in beha.'t of the Eaiiroad Com missioners, the careful reading of which we commend everyone to whom the AppsaIi comes this morning. Asidi from the argument made tad the facts disclosed in this appeal, theie Is the fact of ail the party's precedents to orga and stimulate every Democrat in the Slate to vote the whole ticket, the KaiUroad Commission included. No personal no tions or feelings will j until' tho scratching if a single name. 3k. C.iTcnixas, the Democratic candi date for CjireM in the Shoeetriog Dis trict, is making an earnest canvass and with every prospect of success. The egroes who refuse to ollow blindly the dictation of the ring that tominated the corrupt vagabond Pearce declare themselves his Bupporlers because they prefer decency and ability to corruption no! ignorance. They have greeted Gen. CatcbtofcS waiinly wherever and when, ever he has spoken, and have voluntarily and enthusiastically pledged themselves to do all they can to assure his election. If they are successful Mississippi will be represented in Congress by a solid Demo cratic delegation. Tub New York Herald published on Sunday several ttrfegrams which justify the belief that the Indira Democrats are sanguine of success; that itichigau wlil be carried by the Fusionlsts, whuh meaJia St least seven electoral votes for CiC' laod; that Illinois may even be swept by ithe coming tidal wave into the Cleveland eamp; that Oregon, too, is inclined to throw off the Republican shackles, and that New Jersey has caught the spirit of the hour, and, as the chairman of tho Democratic State Committee affirms will cast her electoral vote for Clevelaud and Hendricks. Thus the nearer we get to the .end of our journey the plainer the White Jlouse comes Into view. rJjccRKTARV IIillhmas, of the State Demo cratic Committee, from all the information before that body from the most relinblo and intelligent politicians of the State, ex presses the opinion that if the weather is fair and large vote is polled on Tuesday hat Gov. Bate will receive from 135,000 to 140,000 vote.", Judge Eeid from 87,000 lo lOO.OdO votes, and Barrett and Buchanan (whom ba regards as paired to stay at homo) poesibly 3000 together. On the other hand, Mr. Samuel Watson, chairman of the Republican Committee, says that he believes that Reid will got between 115,000 and 120,000 votes, and that Lo hut be elected. Secretary Millsman is much the bettar calculator, and his figures will be found very close to the othaial count after the ele tion. - In a report recenu'7 received from the T'easury Department, Mr. Simmo, of the BureJ"u ot Kttistic8 ehows that IHe value of the p "oaucts ot tue various mausti.s of the ITnitk, A States is seven times the value of our fofcn commerce, nearly thiMi tl. vnln Ct " foreign com inerce ot Great BriUin amT Jlid, and five times the total value of lV fore,Ej commerce of France, including in' escn oaaa KsitH lm,iirta and evnirll Tha f r." value of the products of industry in the United States is also shown to be a little more thau twice the total value of the ex port ot merchandlso from all the coun tries ot Europe. The United States is now ths largest manufacturing country on the globe. The value of products of Ameri can manufactures consumed at home is Ave times the value of the manufactured products of Great Britain and Ireland ex ported to all other countries, and more than fourteen times the value of the ex ports of manufactured products from France to all other countries, and all this is dae to the fact of free trade between the Slates. Is the discussion last night with Mr, Zch Taylor at tho Exposition building, tu people ot Memphis had an' opportu nity to heir Mr. James M. Harris, the Dem ocratic nominee for Congress, at his best, and to learn something of the abilities he possesses for the place about to be vacated by Col. Casey Young. The audience was one ot the largest yet assembled daring the political campaign, aud embraced niott of our first citiiens. To say thut they were agreeably disappointed is to say less than the general I'xpression would wairant. Mr. Harris wis thoroughly seli'-contained in his man ner, and in all that he said was prudent and conservative, lie deprecated vio lence at the polls and ill-temper in candi dates selected to represent the people, and was the antithesis ot all that he has usu ally bea represented to be. He felt the dignity ot his position, rose to an equality Uh the character ot his audionce, and mads decided impression as ot an intel ligent, well-informed man, a skillful and reaay aeoatbr, and ona who baa meas ured his ambition bv his know! eiittu ana posmoie erowta and expert enco. Mr. Harris ran how have no doubt of bis election. He has earned .it by very adroit management, by manlv fo ,-bearance and by the Btrenutb and force with which he has conquered wherever tia uaa met 1119 opponent. We congratu late him chiefly on the victory over him self and because he has given the public the beat reason, for agreeing with him as to his possession ot abilities that fit mih Sot pnbuciue. THE DEMOCRACY Of Tennessee Called Upon by the Execu tive Committee of the State to Put Forth Their Best Efforts in Behalf or the Rail road Commissioners, and Pat on Their Oaard Against tho Unfair and Underhanded Schemes by Which the Repub licans, Aided by the Railroad Attorneys and Officials, Uope' to Secure Their Defeat Details of the Plan. An Urgent Appeal for Democrats to Do Their Whole Duly, When Victory is Assured. Got. Cleveland at New Tork Parade and Review ot the JliliUry Blaine's Movements ISFIOIAL TO TBI AFriAL.l Nashville, October 28. The State Democratic Executive Committee will have the following last address to the De mocracy of the State in. the morning's issue of the leading .party journals. t Tbe Address. lKiiorTir Statu Kslkxtivk Committix ) KOOMM, 6, 7 A.NII , MlX ILL UniHE, ( Naskvillk. Ticss., October 2s, 1SS4.J To the Democracy of Tenneee: On the 18th day of June last your au thorized delegates from every county in Tennessee met in convention at Nashville and, after two days of deliberation, formu lated a platform of principles and nomi nated William B. Bate as their candidate for Governor and G. W. Gordon, J Am II. Savage and J. A. Turley candidates for Railroad Commissioners. The same con vention honored us by placing our names on the State Democratic Executive Committee, which action we con strued to mean nothing more nor less than that we were charged to use all honorable means to have all of the nominees elected, to the end that the principles laid down in yaur platform might be carried. As the day of election is now near at hand, we di-uui it our duty to call your attenticru to the political sit uation in Tenneisee, and sub 1 it a few facts and suggestions for your earnest con sideration. After careful inquiry and in vestigation e have gathered from all p3r.a of the State reliable information which justifies the announcement that our whole ti. ket will bs elected by an in creased majority over that of former years, provided tue Democratic voters turn out en mane on election day and do not allow themselves to be cheated and defrauded at the polls by the trickeries and machina tions of their political enemies. In this connection, wo wi h to call your attention to an organized p!t.t of the .Republican managers and their allies "to defeat our throe nominees for Railroad Commission ers and elect in their stead, by decep tion, the three nominees of the Republic an party for the same position. In this unfair scheme to defeat your nominees, the Republicans have associatod with them a number of railroad officials and railroad attorneys of this and other States. T fie plan concocted and now being ex ecuUW, Jo deceive the unwary voter is thiss Firil. Tbe ItevuUlzan candidates have published a card proclaiming that there should be no such c ltioe as that of Rail road Commissioner, and tlut if elected thsr will not periortn its duties nor re ceive Bju-T' far thir services. fcon. The-r;.3 Ofhciaje and others opposed to that portion Ci our party 's plat- ... : ... :i 1 -Lition are iuuu idauug vvj lautuuu reg , . urging Detuocrr.ts to scratch from 1 elr tickets tue names ot the Democratic nom inees for Railroad Commissioners and not vote for anyone for that oilire. In this way they hope to elect the Republican nominees for Railroad Commissioners. claiming that if such should be tbe result it would insure the repeal of the Railroad Commission law by a Democratic Legisla ture and prevent any further legislation on that subject. aurd. We can state with certainty that the parties referred to are having printed and are distributing tnroc shout the State tickets purporting to be Demo cratic tickets, from which are omitted the names of the Democratic nominees for Railroad CommiasiouHrs. Now, lellow-Democrats, we, your Ex ecutive. Committee, believed that your delegates to the June convention reflected the sentiment of their constituents and meant juBtwhat they said when (as the delegates of the two wings of the Demo cratic party oad done lu tlieir separate State Conventions, in 18S2) they, without a dissenting voice or negative vote, adopted the following as a part of the platform on which we now stand : "section 4. That we favor the regulation of railroads by a commission for thnt pur pose, so as to protect the roads in all their lights and the people from extortion and from unjust and unfair discrimination." Ws believe, too, that yon earnestly de sired the election of Messrs. Savage, Gor don and Turley to carry out said declara tion in your platform when your delegates unanimously nominated them by acclama tion. Your committee, as delegates to the June couvenliou and as its appointees, feel that they ae in duty bound to em ploy all fair end honorable mans to elect . . . 1 . 1 11 1 1 trie .uemocrauo nominees ior xuuiroau Commissioners, as we)! as the r nominee for Governor, and vol for them ourselves, That the Democrats of Tennessee may be fully posted upon the situation as. it re lates to the Railroad Com mint ion matter, , it is proper to state that we have ascer tained by direct communication with the 1 Inn v--nl"i i"uii ren ,r.' with others, that there t ti. donbt the election rfflctonTnBbr them to the next 7. """I .! m.mKiff i.ron.:" railroad rcgu- lation to justify the assertion .tu,on' aitaj'T fit t niBt an mart rii. caniedout by the passage of a conserva tive commission law. Then what you are now to decide is, ehall the law be executed by a Democratic or Itepuoncan commis sion, llie promise 01 luo ncpuuncau nominees that ttiey wii' not accept com pensation for their services should they be elected, wouiu, i iuiuucu, pruve monumental exception to tne well-known Republican practice, and the argument that the ehc ioti of the Republican candidates will caii89 the represent dives ol the Democratic par ty to repeat the law and abolish the otlice which it nas solemnly ueciareu to ins essen tial to the public welfare is one we will not for a moment admit. The claim that one's opinion as to the necessity for a rail road regulation lair is no test of his fealty to the Democratic party is umiweu, out this i not the question before us now. There is such an otlice as that f Railroad Commissioner, created by a Democratic administration and unanimously indorsed by a Democratic convention, which alro nominated three gentlemen to fill the same; but it may be a question whether or not it be a test of parly fealty to di rectly or indirectly assist in defeating three of the four candidates nominated by the Democratic Convention, and have the fact go to the world in this year of Demo cratic victory that the Republican party in Tennessee has elected three-fourths oi its State ticket. The hope of the Repub lican party in Tennessee is in the supposed spathy of the Democratic maxses. Their leaders are encouraging them to believe that they have a chance to succeed in Tennessee at the coming election by rea son of indifference which they assume exists in the ranks ot the Democracy. Democrats of Tennessee, you have it in your power to visit a crushing rebuke upon thoee who falsely assume that you are callous or indifferent to the success of Democratic principles, and the candi dates, State and national, who have been selecud as your standard bearers. We invoke vou to awake to the duty of the hour. Go to tbe polls, take your neighbor with yon, work early and-late for your candidates and platform. The following is the true Democratic ticket. Vote no other: Here follows the regular Democratic ticket as it appears on the second page of to-day's Appeal By voting this ticket you will acbieve a glorious triuoph, and place Tennessee in line with the Democracy of our country. By order of the State Democratic Ex ecutive Committee. J A. TR0CSDALE, Chairman. Johx T. Hill, Financial oeoretary. - GOV. CLETELASD Honored With Prmle mf ike Military at X York. Nbw Yobk, October 2S. Gov. Cleve land rose at 8 o'clock this morning, de spite the fatigue incident to his reception at Newark last night. He breakfasted in his room, parlor O, on the first floor of the Hoffman House, with his private secre tary and'Adjt.-Gen. Farnsworth. From 9 o'clock a.m. until late in the a'ternoon he was engaged in receiving visitors. Besides W. H. Barn urn and other members of the State and National Committees the callers included Senator McPherson, of New Jer sey; D. D. Winston, of Utica; the Hon. Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania; Wyndert M. Mercer and N. Robinson, of of Cleveland, O.; Aaron J. Yanderpoel, ex-corporation counsel ; W. C. Whitney, James C. Shever and C. R. Whedon, of New Haven ; Silas W. Bart, of the State Civil Service Commission, and Thomas Wentworth Higsicaoa, of Cambridge, Mass. There also called upon Gov. Cleve land tbe Rev. Thomas J. Ducey, of St. Louis church, of this city, and the Rev. Dr. Downs, of Kilmallock, Ireland, a classmate of Cardinal McC .oekey, and now his guest in this city, and the Rev. Father O'Donnell. THE PARADE. At 2 o'clock p.m. it was still uncertain whether the review would take place, Gov. Cleveland being unwilling to subject the officers and men to the discomforts attendant upon a public parade in a rain storm. Adit-Gen. Farnsworth, Gen. Slialer and other otiicers of the National Guard were in consultation with the Gov ernor at the Hoffman House throughout the forenoon and evening and orderlies were in attendance to convey the final orders to the various regiments. Tdcse of the First Division, the Twenty-second, Eleventh, Ninth, Twelfth, Seventh, Eighth, Sixty-ninth and Seventy-first, with two batteries of artillery, were wait ing for orders in their armories. The Second Division, comprising the Brooklyn regiments, the Thirteenth, of which the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher is chaplain ; Fourteenth, Twenty-third, Thirty-second and Forty-seventh, with a battery of ar tillery, had arrived and were held waiting orders, while getting a thorough wetting The vicinity of the reviewing stand, at the Worth monument, was crowded with spectators with um brellas hoisted. The weather having brightened and the rain rather having moderated definite orders were issued for tbe review to take place. Notwithstand ing the rain, both sides of the streets through which the procession passed were thickly thronged with men and women, who stood until all tbe regiments had passed. For an hour before the time ap pointed for the march of the column the vicinity of the grand stand was packed with people. It was ten minutes past 4 o'clock when tbe Governor, in an Open barouche chawn by four whitn horses, ar rived at the stand. He was accompanied by Adjt-Gen. Farnsworth in full uniform. Tne stand was comfortably filled. The Governor was surrounded by bis staff dur ing the review. He stood from 4:15 o'clock until 6:10 p m , without an umbrella, in t e rain, lifting his soaked hat in response to all salutes, and again as the colors of the respective regiments passed. After the column had parsed, a deafening volley of cheers was given for Gov. Cleveland, and he returned to the Hoffman House. THOr SANDS OF rKOl'LK ON TUB STREETS. Along the line of Fifth avenue up and down from tbe reviewing stand as far as the eye could reach, great surging crowds occ pied the eidewaiics and a cordon of police kept the roadway clear. Ten thousand uplifted umbrellas could be seen at one ewet-p oj i tbe eye and they were needed almost without 'interruption. From 2 to 5 o'clock Gov. Cleveland was dripping wet when he arrived at tbe reviewing stand ; he was saturated, soaked when he retired. He did not wear an overcoat. Great cheering heralded his ap proach to and departure from ti e re viewing stand. In each instance these cheers were taken up by the' mass of the people and passed along the line from the hotel to the re viewing stand and from the reviewing stand bank' agaU' ft? the hotel. As the sever regiments reached the reviewing cheered to the ech7, rJld fA1' flags of eaf h corps were borne p- u,v Cleveland lifted his bat again, which ac tion evoked fanner cheets. Gov. Cleveland and staff were enter tained after tho review by Maj -Gen. Shaler and his staff in the Hoffman House, The Governor left tbe hotel in time to take the train for Albanyeaving the Grand Central depot at 9 o'clock p.m. BLAISE IS SEW TORK. Tbe Pie me at tho Metropolis His Be- eeptton t.u Hunt. BtNGHAurTOK. October 28. The special train bearing Blaine and party left Elmira promptly at 9 o clock a.m. The first step was at Waverlv. where there was a large gathering for so early an hour. Blaine J spoke briefly upm the illustration oflered by the State of New York of the benefits of protective tariff.- It was raining when the train reached Owego, but there was a very large meeting at the depot. Blaine stepped out on a flat-car decorated for the occasion,- and was received with the usual enthusiastic manner. New Yokk, October 28. At Tort Jervis, Miduleton, Paterson and Passaic short stops were made, and at each plase Mr. Blaine made a brief address. A very short stop was made at Rutherford Park, and then at about 7 o'clock the train ran into the depot at Jersey City. Here the people cheered Mr. Blaine, and crowded around him so that it wag not easy fo; the party to get through the ferryhouse. The ferry company had provided a svecial boat, which carried tho party to the foot of Twenty-third street, whence they were driven to the Fifth Avenue Hotel, where Mr. Elkins, Senator Hale and Mr. Blaine's wife and daughter were awaiting him. It is six weeks since Mr. Blaine left Angus a. In that time he has traveled by rail more than WOoO miles and made from ten to twenty-nine speeches per day. He is in excellent health aud spirit?, even bet ter thau when be started. The run from Elmira to-day. '272 miles, was one of the longest isade in any one day, and, owing to the excellent arrangements made by the olli era of tbe Kris road and the good ."naeeinent ot.Alr. Draper, ct the -Na tional ""uiittee, at the same time one of the easiest, altnJ:"Q il included eighteen At 10::W o'clock to-morrow Mr. -'aine will receive a convention of ministers at the Fifth Avenue Hote1, witness a parade in the afternoon and attend the Delmon ico dinner in the evening. CAMPAIGN SOTES. Hendricks &oinc Home to Re. cuperate. Locibville, K y., October 28. Gov. Hen dricks left here to-day for his home at Shelhyville, Ind., where he will rest for several day a. Tbe Fall Tate of Hnlae. AruiRTA, Me , October 28. The follow ing is the entire Gubernatorial vote in ihe September election, received and counted at the Secretary of State's otlice: liobie, V8,tU2; Redman, 39,001; H. B. Eaton, 3137; W. V. Eaton, S7; W.T.Eustis.lllK); scattering, HiiX Louisiana Ieraocrat. New Orleans, October 28. The State Executive Committee of the Greenback Labor party met last night and formally ratified tbe action of the nominating com mittee, indorsing for Congres, Hunt, Firtzt District; Houston, second, and Gay, third, all Democrats, and Mahoney and Beattie, Republican Presidential electors. nettled Tbolr lMflereneea. Albany. N. Y., October 23. Thp fac tional troubles in the Republican party in this city were settled last evening by an agreement to disband the several general committees aud organiza a new commit tee, with Albert C J udson, chairman. A largA meeting ratified this action with the best feeling and great enthusiasm. federal Interference at Kew Orleans. New Orleans, October 28. George L. Norton, chief supervisor of elections, filed a suit in the United States Court against Robert Brewster, supervisor of registration of the parish of Orleans, setting forth in the petition that tbe petitioner made a careful canvass of the First Congressional District in the parish of Orleans: that a list of the names 9! persons fraudulently registered and not entitled to vote at tbe forthcoming election were submitted to Brewster with the request that the names be stricken from the registration books, but Brewster refused to take any steps or Sroceedings in the matter. He was or ered to show cause Friday next why the names submitted shall not be erased. Will Kepreaeatatiaa. New Orleans, October 28. The law provides for the appointment by the State Registrar of Voters of one commissioner of election from each party for every polling place in the parish of Orleans. The Republican Committee submitted a list some days ago to State Registrar Brew ster. The appointments not having been made, the committee applied to the mayor to make these appointments. The Jaw authorizes him to make them in case the Registrar refuses or fails. St. Load Politics. St. Locis, October 28. The election of school directors in nine wards of the city to-day resulted in the choice of five Re publicans and four Democrats. The vote was extremely light, and the election is of no political significance. The registration of voters in this city is completed, and number 55,891. This is an increase of 2'J79 over 1882, but a decrease of 1118 from that of 1881, and is several thousand below the actual number of voters in the city. , , . . THE EXCHANGES To Meet ToOforrow and Kecoasider the Cowrtoa Keoolntlon. Tne Merchant C'nnnot and Will Stand aelMtnliiacatlaa. Jfot The following sufficiently explains itself and fully justifies the course of the Ap peal in pointing out to merchants the position they were placed in by the meet ing at the Cotton Exchange on Friday uust: Mssipnis, October 25, 1381. To C P. Hunt; President Cotton Exchange; w . W. Schoollield, President Merchants' Ex change: We, the undersigned members of the lOtton Exchange and the Merchants' Ex change, respectfully request that you call b uueeuug ui luis two -cxciiBBges to recon sider the action taken at the meeting yes terday relative to the indorsement of the plan of Capt, John Cowdon for the im provement of the Mississippi river. We would state that a very few of the mem bers of tte two Exchanges were present at this meeting, and that it did not fairly represent the views of our membership on this very important matter. We would further state we were under the impres sion that the meeting was called simply to hear Capt. Cowdon's views on the ques tion of improvement of the river, and not for the purpose of indorsing his plan. R. F. Patterson, J. T. Jefi'rreon Je Co., Jno. S. Toof. iao. iv. ppeea x uo., tteo. Arnold Fader. Fr;ink Cn. J. SimriMB, J. W.t'aldwall&Co., ri. II. Brooks, W.F.Taylor, J.T. Fare .eon A Co., J. W. Fulmer, 11. t urpteuhtiitn. C. G. Cowie. Kuimet L. Voodun, 11. B. Howell, It. L. Coffin, S. A .Scarbrough &Co, F. M. Kortleet. n. n. Lftth.un, 11. M. N.ely. Este, (Joan Co.. Thoa. H. Allen & Co., Stewart. Gwynne & Co, Kurstenli'm A Wall ford F. L. Talley, Robert Wooltendeo, I. !&. Farnugluo, Jno. V. Uiliard. K. F. Tate. J. R. Godwin, tckerly. SUine A Co., Mullory Crawford & Co In accordance with the above reouest a joint meeting of the Cotton Exchange and Merchants .bxclianeo is called for 3:30 o'clock p m., Thursday, October 30, 1884, at the rooms of the iJotton Exchange. i. f. au.M, President Memphis Cotton Exchange. W. W. SCHCKJLFIbLU, President Memphis Merchants'Jxchange. CniTriXOOGAVTEXX. Tbe Sad Starr r a Hlaiater'a Dawn tall and Uisfc-raee. rsriciAL TO TBK APPEAL. I Chattanooga, October 28. The Rev. J. W. Lloyd is one of tbe most prominent ministers in the Holston Conference of the Methodist Church, which has been in session at Bristol for several days, and when the announcement was made last night that he had been expelled from tbe conference for drunkenness and lying a general sensation was created, The story of his downfall, in brief, is as fol lows: He was desperately in love with a beautiful young lady of Asbeville, N. C. Two weeks ago he went to that place to vieit his inamorata, and while there he learned'beyoud all doubt that she was not virtuous. Overcome with grief and morti fication, he took to drink and was seen reeling about the streets lor days. A brother minister, hearing of Lloyd's down fall, went to a bagnio to remove him, but the intoxicated minister denied any ac- ?naintance with the would-be friend, lis disgraceful conduct reached the con fereQCP, and he was summarily expelled. HELEXi, i5 x A Mltrf ad Wife Tarns Upon Her Tor-ment4r-rl.ep11trllr.au KpeaklBe;. special to tue appeal.) Helena, Akk., October 28. A man named Burns, whilo in an intoxicated con dition, went to his home last night and commenced to repeat an old practice, that of abesing and whipping his wife. The wife lost all control of herself, and in her indignant and just anger seised an ax and commenced to literally ha-k her liege lord to pieces in the most approved and artistic manner, several serious cuts on tne lace and body, with his left ear split in .twain, was tbe result ot tne battle, ma pnysi- cians pronounce bis condition as serious, bat have no fear, or ra:her hope, of his dying. me Kepubiieans, witn tne tion. w. a. Clayton and W. M. Gibbs, of Little Rock, have a speaking on the publi : square to night. JACKSON. MISS. Appointments of the Hen. Cbarlea E. Hosker for tbe Canvass. FbPKCrAL TO THE APPEAL. Jackson, October 28. The Hon. Charles E. Hooker will speak at Corinth on the 30th and Water Valley on the 31st of Oc tober; Holly Springe, November 1st; Ha- zlehurst, November 3d, -at noon, and Jackson, November 3d, at night. PEIIS0XALS. Misses Mary a sir Stella Zanone are convalescing from an attack of typhoid malarial fever. Tack-uammer Wei.ls leu this morning for Yicksburg.in the interest of tbe Chesa peake and Utiio railway. Mrs. P. A. Toman and her bright little daughter, of 1'ine Blnn, are in the city, visiting Airs. Brazse, Chelsea. . T. E. Douu lass, Lucy ; T. G. McLeod, New Orleans, and 11. P. Miller,- Milan, visited tbe Uotton K:ehaKge yesterday. Miss Delia Vavc.han. of Nashville, is eTT"?!"? some weeks with her relatives. John F. TCeJ and sisters, at 44 North Court street Goldsmith & Bao.'s Main street store is bain imnroved bv two show Windows in stead of doors on the front. This gives in creased facilities for displaying their goods. Mrs. Ella Sabatzkv, who has been for a number of vears a teacher in the tiity schools, was married a few days since at SL Louis to Mr. J. S. Wilkina. The affair was quiet and unostentatious. Karr CitDuiir'g Faith Kewarded. .'-'v Cunnili, an Irish girl, with Mr. Edward lu.pr??- Xo. l-'Oi, pvce street ha. on onviol.Ta I.IZ" She COmOlUlli; cated to a reporter that inontna 8e heard of the Louisiana State Lottery, and decided on an investment. Her belief in its strictly honest principles were not awaken wtien she drew a blank four times subsequent, nor did she fail to invest monthly, by mail, $1 with M. A. Danphin, Washington, I). C. She has junt been notified that the ticket, one-tilth of which she holds, No. 70,468, has drawn the $75,000 prize. Ph dadtlyh in (fa.) Aena, Hfptembtr Mlh. Haw the Govern men t Islapeasc Ita Of Urlal Aie-wa. London, October 28. The editor of the Morning Post wrote a letter to Lord Rich ard Urosvenor, one of the Secretaries of the Treasury, complaining that an account of the recent changes in the Ministry and news of other olQdal acts had been sent to all the other daily papers bat withheld from the Post. To this letter Lord Richard responded that items of orllcial news are furnished only to those newspapers which give a more or less cordial support to the government. CleHniug and Dyeing. Ladies' and gents' clothes cleaned or dyed in any color ostrich feathers, lace curtains, by Louis Kegel, No. 53 Jefferson treet Goods received br xnreaa. DR.W00BR0 W'S CASE The Great "Evolution" Debate Before the Presbyterian Synod of South Carolina , Brought lo a Close, and the Professor Exonerated from All Blame, as He Only Taught "Evolution" from an "Exposi tor!" Standpoint Complimeat ary Resolutions. . I SPECIAL TO tmm APPIAL.J Greenville, October 28. Prof. Wood row completed his masterly defense before the synod in a speech of three hours. At the conclusion of it the vote was taken, which resulted in the rejection of both the majority and minority reports; thereupon the following minute was adopted : '" " - PR- WCDlB5W. JtxOJIEllATBI. ,. . Rewired, That in the judgment of this synod the teaching of evolution in the Columbia Theological Seminary, except in a purely expository manner, with out the intention of inculcating its truth, is nereoy aisapprovea. ; - Now, inasmuch as Prof. Woodrow claims that he has never done otherwise, and did not propose doing more, because his chair relates to the "connection" between science and the Bible, his friends feel that he is not in the least compromised by such action. SO ENDS THE COXTROVEBSV. When the final action had been reached a number of Dr. Woodrow 's opponents came forward to express their confidence and esteem. So ends the memorable de bate of five days and nights. It exceeded in ability any that I have ever witnessed, and the courtesy which marked it through out was almost as wonderful. FLATTERING RESOLUTION. Later. After Prof. Woodrow had with drawn to seek much-needed rest, Dr. Jun kin, of Charleston, who had acted with the opposition, with a manly spirit offered tho following paper, which was unani mously passed : Retained, That the Synod of South Caro lina hereby expresses its sincere affection for Dr. Woodrow's person, its appreciation of the purity of his Christian character, its admiration for his distinguished tal ents, both in theology and science, and its high esteem of his past services. XASUVILLE, TEJfX. I'ool Rooms Balded Marriage la Faah. lanaale) aoelety Clrelea. SPECIAL TO TBI APPIAL.l Nashville, October 28. The pool-sell ing rooms above Linck's saloon, on Cherry street, were raided this afternoon by five officers under a bench warrant from Crim inal Judge Matt W. Allen. The rooms were full and pools on races at several tracks in full plav when the officers en tered. The inmates made a swift dash for freedom. Thirty escaped through a win dow and by a shed to the ground, fifteen were caught, and others will be arrested. They were taken before Judge Allen and required to give $500 bonds fprappearance be lore his court. Five were sent to jail in default of bail. The paraphernalia of the apartments was taken in custody of the court, and will be burnt to-morrow morn ing on tbe public square. Ihe "lay-out" was complete, and even the bank book of the firm operating tbe moms was captured. The grand jury will investigate to-morrow, and it is thought many true bills will be found. Juda Allen is de termined to prosecute to the extremity of the law. Gov. Bate addressed a large crowd to night at the wigwam, the headquarters of tbe Democracy of North Nashville. Percy Warner, son of the wealthly iron manufacturer, J. C. Warner, and Miss Margie Lindsley, daughter of Dr. 3. Berrien Lindcley, both of this city, were married to night at the residence of the bride's parents. Shelby C. Price, accused of the Raymer murder, arrived to-day from Chicago in charge of Officer Cas teen. No develop ments. We feel assured that housewives who use Dr. Price's Special Flavoring Extracts of LemotJ, Vesica. Rose, Almond, Necta rine and Orange, avoid the disappointment to often experienced by the use of the or dinary navortcg extract, rne care dc stowed in the selection of the articles used in Dr. Price's Flavors makes them so reliable. Vlrclaia Jockey Clab Race. Ricbmono. October 28. The Virginia Jockey Club races began to-day. Weather fair and warm; track last; attendance fair. The winners were Uberto, Tiliie Doe, Farewell and Bunch. . The early bird cat hes the bronchitis, and lovers of ' early morning waiks will find this a true maxim. If we were per mitted to make a suggestion, we should whisper; 'Iso Dr, Ball's Cough Syrup.'" Brighton Beach Race, New York, October 2. The winners at the Brighton Beech races to-day were Tornado, Carley B., Bounce and Caramel. IHKI. KfRKI. AND On Monday nia-ht. October 27. Mis Mollis 11. Kirklami, only daughter of Airs. Aiuanua &.iruana. Funeral will take place this (WEDNESDAY) morning at 10 o'clock, from the residents ot Mn Fannie Jobe, 410 Court (treet extended. Friends are invited to attend. TO THE FRONT ! A Truly Democratic Bargain in Dress Goods is our Beautiful, Nol)by and Stylish Com ' nation Pattern ! I'eufards -pn-if Icly JnalKj, Doable Width Choice Coloring, Clan rialds Brocade D'lnde. jhese goods so pretty and inexpensive, ao durable anJ so neat in design are worth fully double. Our $Oe Iaie' Clod), Oqr 50c riuids, Onr Sue t he, iota. HAVE BiEN XXECTED by an immense majority to excel any tbiog ottered elsewhere, both in finish and width, color and quality. I. RE TIER'S ClG!:S, Wraps, Mantels. Away ahead In style and aorimcnt. Ji !TT price, we Intend to dUtance all efforts. Something just sow Tery useful : Fall Wraps, hnndsome Chenille trimmed, silk lined, tl 50. Handsome Cloth Dolmans, braided and Chenille trimmed, $15 and 820. Brocaded Astrachan trimmed Newmarkets, $12. Mixed Cheviot Newmarkets, Si 95. Seal Plu.b Coats, ?. Seal Plush Newmarkets. Beaded and Braided Jerseys in immense assort ment. MISS. AND TON. R.R. Co. SroCKHOLBKM' HEKTINU. rpnE Annual Meeting of the Stockholder in jl tt BltlT the Mississippi and Tenncsee Railroad d m- will be PEBOiY hotel. MEMPHIS, TENN., on Vedandty, ftov-ni. net at tne ker 90. !, at which time Directors alected for tbe ensnina year. ill be Mockholders will be passed to aid from meet ing on application to the tfeneral Superintendent. 8. 11. LAMB, eSecretary. KREilR'S i Ti JlXJS O 11 aiHy V V U AJL V , - i -x . 'V .- .- -.: r ; . .. . , ....... .. GHAI OPEN! 6 SJt .... - ; .9 . .. : - . . ' ' - 'Hy - AND LEARN WHERE - - i - " . Dress Goods Department. Hera we offer tbe largest and cheapest etock that has ever been shown in Memphis, comprising In part: 99 pleees 23-inch Corkscrew Suitings, all wool filling-, 9c, " worth 15. 60 pie s 23-inch" all wool Plaids at 22c, worth 35e. - - 4u pieces 48-inch all wool Bison Cloth 47e, worth Toe. 20 pieus 44-lnch all wool Flannel Suitings, in myrtle and navy only, 50o, worth 75c. 52 pieces 46-inch all wool Tricot tl, worth $1 25. 27 pieces 46-inch all wool Bison Cloth $1, worth $1 15 16 iiecs 46-inch all wool Amnion Suitings SI, worth SI 25. 20 pieces 46-inch all wool Satin Berber SI 50, worth 91. 24 I'ieoSJ 46-inch all wool Corkscrew Suitings SI 56. worth tl. 200 Conilnnmtion Dress Patterns in ths latest colorings and 'most unique design?. .. - Flannel Department. "i ; " . i - - ; " 50 pieces French Plaid Flannel (our own importation) at 50e, worth 70c, One lot alt wool Plaid Flannel at 35c. worth 50o. Cashmere, Twill, Basket and Opera Flannels far below value. Great bargains ia White and Scarlet Twilled Flannels, from late auction sales in New York. A full line ef Amaaa oociety Flannels (the bet that are made), in all colors and weights. A 54-inch all wool Ladies' Cloth at 75e. - Kiderdown Cloths f.r Children's Wraps." S Bepellani tX a sacrifice- v ; , - - .' ),-.. .- We consider many of the above articles the Greatest Bargains ever offered by any house in the country; and the ladies of Mem phis should avail themselves of this opportunity to buy many choice goods at a great deal Less than Wholesale Prices. LOW E STATE TREASURER'S Quarterly Report. Statu Tssjlscrsb'b Orncc, October 1, 1S84. To His Excellency, WM. B. BATE, Governor of the Mats or iennessee, SiE I hereby make to you my Quarterly Report aa Ptate xrsasarer, from July 1, ISM. to Ootober 1, lei. k- - ., ' f RECEIPTS. To halanna In Traunn Jalv 1. ! . S71S.1X4 si To um't TVocive.1 from Tras- ICOS 2,!V)7 B9 County Cp. n Clerks. 66,67 80 T ' Circuit C'tiVClerke . 4,331 86 t'hrvyF-!iurt e:crk,m.Tmr-i:,.!-Jei !- Huprenre Court dorks...--... l.&Vl 24 Law Court Clerks t 45 Criminal Court Clerks-. 762 M he venue Collectors 1,673 11 Redemption of lands...... 6,631 76 State lu Ins, Cos . 12,478 56 Lbasec State Penitentiary.... 2,2i0 00 Sale MoMinnville snd Man chester Kailroad 3,974 SO State tax banks 50 00 Railroad Bute tax....- 240 00 -TT9,049 61 tsM,li 85 DISBURSEMENTS. By amount paid btate vrosc ntions. ......... a. w. 7a Judicial salaries . 2,7l6 65 Court Kelerces 6a)arj-6.6 0 00 Executive salary. 1 6.2 51 titnorrs Penitent.ary salary- 1,308 51 Adjot4nt-eneral salary.... 300 00 Lib. arian salary 249 99 Ass't Librarian salary H3 32 Att'y Oen'l and Reporter... 500 00 Sup t Public Instructiou sal- . ary. 665 00 Sup't Hos. Ins. Mid. Tenn. sa'ary 500 00 Clerk hire Camp. ortice..... 83 32 Clerk hire Tres. office..; . 8?3 22 C erk hire Secy State ol(ice 225 M -Sup'1 Public Instruction...... 121 98 Capitol eiucnse. .......... 1,241 OH Public Arms expensa....... 19 45 Executive expense.. . 40 c5 Library expense 62 4K Court Referees expense. . an. 21 Common School expense . 18 25 Treas. office expense . ' 30 00 Sec'y Slate's expense . 150 50 Comp. office expense. 130 00 K K. Com. expense. 93 12 Funding Board expense. 4.049 99 Supreme Court expense. 1493 37 Int. School fund 70,673 74 . Int. Stale debt, 95,917 50 Hospital Insane, Mid. Tan- Efssee 24,250 00 Hospital Insane, EaH Ten Tennessee 22.049 S7 ' State Board of Health Tl 7 Eilroad Assessors.- , t'4 SO Kemnded revenue' S.ffi T5 State Normal College 14166 Pub Uov'a Proclamation... 1S5 55 . Lunatics to asylum....... , 244 17 Pensions to b:ind 190 00 Pub'ic printing , 210 00 Supreme Coqrt Reports....,-., I,2u9 TO Land a la3. 4,5" -ti Oft Tax aggregates . 406 50 State Tent y, building, re pairs, etc 074 SI Arres'icg fugitives lt8 80 Deaf and Dumb School 5,000 00 Tennessee School for Blind- 4.000 00 Bureau A. S. M. and I....... 2,750 00 -1323,447 08 Balance in Treasury Ootober 1, 1884...!70,736 77 Ihe above balance consists of the tollowing: Cash in bank as per Schedule No. 1 4143,069 65 Bank of Tennessee certifi cates redeemed .. 101,209 00 Bank of Tenue see "old is se" redeemed 6,10 80 Im't (.kid- n redemptioa ij 127 State bondi , 10.3X6 95 Cash on hand .-. 9.26 37 570,73 77 Respectfully submitted, AT11A THOMAS, Treasurer. Sekedale' Do. 1, rskowiass; BIsaiee .' Bank octafcer 1,UM. First National Bank of Nashville.- t 13.4t' 12 American National Bank of Nashville 2,168 50 P. urth National Bank of Nashville Mechanics' bank of KnoxvUle First National Bank ot Chattanooga.-. Tnion and Planters' Bank of Memphis BuDk of Commerce, Memphis Brownsville saving? Bank Sbeibyville .Savings State National. Memphis ......... IriTifclin bank, ClarksyilU - Peonie's Nat ooalj Pulaski, First National, Columbia -- 55.2K1 45 21.141 41 14,770 93 9,0f4 3 8.1:10 26 10.766 65 25,tW) l 40.105 41 10.40 lit U.fiiil 23 8,9fl oi 6.055 63 11.965 80 1.K4S 50 r-nstoi Ptational... Stones hirer National- Lookout Dank.. Lincoln Savings Bank .....- First National, Favetumlle. Commercial N ational ..... Bank of Madison - . Dank of Co.umbia Third National, Chat'aoooga. ... Mov'lrnnicii' National Jjank People's Bank, KnoXVillp.. Springoeld National Bnnk..... ...... National Bunk, Franklin - second Naiional Bank, Columbia. - Bank of Lebanon People's Nation -.1 Bank, MoMinnvi'le. Firt National, TnlUhoioa. Commercial Bank, Paris . Second Netinnul Bank, Lebanon. dilcs National Bank National Bank. M-Minovi!le........... Entt Tennessee alional Bar.k , National Bauji.&uelbyvihe. lliwasseo Savings Association...-....... 4ibson County Bank .' " 3.)8 41 1.500 00 4,348 6,900 27 9,S2 77 a.uas i: 1.-J23 a,' iM 07 226 J0 29.li24 01 11.322 W 4,U 00 5.417 10 11,124 30 It),hl3 ri 9,i2 68 213 54 .. 17.4tr2 03 .. .14 5,101 53 aV8 1 ... 23.(132 1 FiVmefs' raw -:r Bank of Lewisburg ,.....i. Franklin Association - .1 Cleteland National Bank . - ... 8.107 ; . 9.9U6 93 Total . t443.069 65 This is to certify that I hare compared the above statement of tbe receipt and obZIli men's in the State Treasurer's office for the quarter beginning July 1, IKH4, and ending Octo ber 1, wit i ihe accounts in ray own otlice as Comptroller, and I find tbe sumeto be correct: and X hare also examined tbe statement ren- dered by the different depositories of the State, and find their respective sutementsto agree witt toe amounts as set forth in the appended sched ule: and I have also made actual count of all the easn on hand in the Treasurer's office, and I find the amount to be as reported in the above, and that said report is in every respect correct. P. P. PXCKAKD, Comptroller. October 1, WS4. Execi'tivc Orrtce. ) NtBrtLLg. Tisie., October 1, 18S4. Tbe foregoing statement of all moneys now in the Treasury of the State of Teonest ee, and snob as have been received therein, and been dis bursed thereirom, for the period set forth in said report, it b. iog from July 1. lfSM, to O tober 1, lse4, made by Atha Thomas, Treasurer, and ear' tined by P P. Piekard, Comptroller, in eooform i y to requirements of the Legislative aet passed Mrch 22. 1&S3. hss been examined by w ana feund eorreot; aad the same it hereby certified aaa oraer.a puoiuoea. i"M. B. BATS, Governor. Ootoker 1, llr4. WW H Commencing; Silk Department. Never have we been able heretofore to show sueh a collec tion of Foreign Silk Fabrics as we oflar now- We oall special attention to a large line of "WEAK RESISTING" SATIN )E F 1-0 YE, all pure Silk, embracing all Ihe new and latest dyes of the season, sn-h as BISQCK. ANTIQUE and SEAL BROWNS, CACHEMIKE, NAVY and EXCELSIOR BLTJE9. CRESSON aid KUYPTI N O REfiNS, BORDKAUX. CASTOR and CORINTHIAN GARNETS, which we offer at SI 25 a yard. We make a specialty of ISlack lress Silks, and offer them at less than they can Would also call siwai attention VTUME! VELVETEENS, enual in pearanee t the handsomest Silk inches wide, and embracing all the newest shades and Black, at SI 25 a yard. All the Silk we sell will be found just as represented. Wear Ml satisfaction guaranteed, MS we handle only the boat makes of goods, , o " Shoe Department. We sell as fine Shoes as any one wants, ana at low eon goods as we can safely recommend. Ladies who must econo mize will find onr , 9 . aad 84 OO ahees excellent value. Bettor for the money cannot be found anywhere. . Weoffarthie week special bargains in Men s Shoes, in cluding the Patent Combination Shoe (especially adapted for high insteps) at 4 75, worth 16. Also a medium grade rtbos in Button, Balmoral and Congress at regular pnoeSS 50. Kecciver's Male. Ho. 6329, R. J. D. Montedonico, Adm'r, vs. Kennesaw Manufacturing Co. BY order of tbe Chnory Court, ertered th'e day in tbe above ctuse, the sihle made 22d inst., of the properties of the Kennesaw Manu facturing Co. to tbe Chicktsaw Cooperage Co. bag been set aside and the biddings opened, to be closed on the premises, 81 Madison street, at 12 o'clock m., on Wednesday. October 29, IH. Terms same as nnder sale of 23d inst. 10 dot eent. ca'.h; balance in six ronriths, with surety. A. u 1 AKivr.rt, Receiver. Memphis, Tenn., Ootober 28, 1884. THE Democratic Candidates for the Legislature and other speakers will atidroa-s the people at the fcllowine tiores end place : First Ward Courthouse, Wednesday, Oct. 29th, at 7:30 p.m. xentn vvara-jnirs. ana tenn. tl.tf. vvoi, Wednts'tay. Of'-. 2Stb. et 7:30 p..r. Sixth W-0wri;o and Linden, Thursday, Oct 30th, at 7 :S p.m. Ninth Ward Cor. Fifth and Looney, Thurs day. Oct. 3)th, at 7:30 n.in. eecona nam '"ourtnoue. irnaf y. uct.ai, :.. Filth Ward BealeSt..Uaraet. Kriday, 31st, 7:30. Eiirhth. Wsrd Pooler ht. Market. Saturday. Nov. 1st. st7;SJ p.m. Tenti Wsrd At tin" 8uher'i, Fort Pickering, Saturday , Nov. 1st, a' 7;30 p.m. Grand Rally of ihe Democia"y. at tbe Etdosi- tion Building, Monday nigot, Nov. 3d, at 7:30. LA. FLANAGAN -DEALER IX Vatches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silverware, -FIXE- CLOCKS and SPECTACLES 313 MAIN STRFET, Corner Monroe, Mcmpuis, Tenn,. REPAIRINQ A SPECIALTY. Q. Vf, BELL, Aicnt for "OR. IIPP1 BI.OOO URiriEB.will remain in Mem phis uutil Jannary 1st. The BLOOD PURIFIER wl I CUBE Scrofula, Syphilis, White Swelling, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas. Milk Leg, Fever So'es, Rheumatism, Bright'! Disease of the Kidneys, and all Blood and Hereditary Dis eases. Has also been nsed with wonderful sue eeea la caJes of Ovarian Tumors, Cancers and all Internal Ulcerations. It will cost you nothing to oall and see ma and get a Book of Testimonial from Patients, Office hours from 12 to 2 :30 p.m. O. W. BKLL, Owtm Hotel. List of Congressional Speakings The ITon. JAMES M. HaRRTS and Hon. Ail kMJH XAri.Otl will Tenth Congressional R will addroks tbe voters of the isional Distriot at the following plaees and times : fcnelbw County. Kerrville, October 29th. at 1 o'clock p.m. W. J. 6JIITU, Chairman Rep C inir. Kx. Committee. C. A. STAIN BACK, Chairman Dem. Com Ex. Committee. S Wri.i.nnaoN, N. W. HtPTtsT. Sei-retrie. MMwmz HERDS GRASS, RED CLOVER, BLUE GRASS, Orchard Grass, Timothy, Lucerne Clover, Fall Barley, Seed Wheat, Rye. Ked Kiist-Froof OntSj JPWiMot-s, Apple. Oiitonn, Choice Aasorliiicut r FRUIT TREES. Otto So33.-rll dfc? Oo., 833 Main Street. Memptilw. Tfiin. J. V. Ni;L. H. II. rooks, IMeely k Co. WHOLESAXP. unuunrid, uui i un AX D COMMISSION MERCIIASTS, No. 367 Front street, : ; Memphis. Tenn. MEMPHIS, I. T. POKTKli. PORTER Sace8Eor3 to P0BTEB, TAYLOR C0n Cotton Factors ' AS ft- .WHOlVESAIdE GBOCEBS, HO. 300 rEOKT STREET. , t ihezzpuisl tenb LE OF FALL Monday, YOU HAD BEST SPEND YOUR MONEY. Ladies' Suit & Cloak Dep't. Special Bargain for tbe Week: 50 Ladies' slerant Blaak worth S'5, : ef S56 each. worth S75, M and 50 Ladies' Blaek Silk Dresses, made of heavy Rep Silk, with garniture of Marabout trimming, Chnill. fringe or gimp and passementerie, worth S0O to SuO each, reduoed to S36 saeh. 100 Black Silk Presses at S26 each, worth double. These ars the best value ever offered by us at the price. 50 Colored Pilk and Ratio Mcrrelllcux Dresses, all colors, Tery handsome, at S35 each, worth $5. 50 Colored Silk Dresses S25 each, worth S10. 50 Colored Silk Dresses SI5 each, worth S27 60. 1i Black and Colored all wool Cashmere Dresses, with Skirts entirely of Silk, til 6) each, full; wotth S40. 150 Black Cashmere Dresses 87 50 to 115. Ladies' Calico Wrappers 75e each. Ladies' best Percale Wrappers SI each. 150 Children's Cloaks and llavelocks. 4 to 10 years, 2 75 each. 150 Misses' Cloaks, llavelocks and Stockinette Jackets, 10 to 18 years, S3 25 each. These Misses and Children' Cloaks will be put on s cheap table in our Cloak Department, and those who get first choice will get the best value. Come early. Infanta' Long Cloaks, in all oo:srs, Cashmere trimmed, with quilted Satin. S2 50 to S10 each. Mother Uubbard style, S4 to S7 60. Mother Hubbard style, handsomely embroidered, S9 50 to S18. Ottoman Silk Cloaks, Mother Hubbard style, handsomely em broidered, S2 te $30. Infants' Short Cloaks, from 2 to 4 yean, in all shades and qualities, from i-1 to SIS, , . be imported for to-day. to OuR SILh. tINIbH Finish. Wear and Ap- Velvet. Full twenty-firs II. D.IIEYL51UN & CO.'S Employment Agency 194 Front St., Memphis, Ttnn. Special Atsstless Cllvrss lo I'strnlahlaa; Laberrn rr Levee anl Kailroad CoBlractarev nrWs are prepared to furnish Laborers in any numbe-s on short notice, as we are in telegraphic communication with reliable agencies in Kansaa City. St. Lui and Cbt'tago. KsrB to J u. Coffin k Co., . T. Jefferson A Co., Toof, Mcilowan Co. DIGTYE & YACHIH, Manufacturers of Carriages, Spring-Wagons, Drays, CARTS, TaVUriaM, Etc Horse-shoeing and Repairing In all its branches All work guaranteed, 4HH Main street Mem phi. Tenn. May's Art Emporium SC9 1-2 Main St., Dp-glairs. Worsted, Tarns, Zepkjrr, Araelsie, t kestltle," Kalttin- ottona and Bilka, Embroidery Nalerlala, Lateet KowolUeo las Art Work. oyQoods sent to all parts of the country .Tfa A EW FIR SI. J.F.H0LST & BR0! (Successors to O. H. Hoist k Bro.) Funeral Directors, 820 niy STREET. MEMPHIS. A FULL and oomplet stock of Wood and Me tallic Cases and Caskets, Cloth-Covered Cas kets and Burial Robes always on hand. sfcavOrders by telegraph promptly filled. 0. B. PARKER. S W.PARKER. . B. PARKER & SOU Rental Agents AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS 535 Main Street. SPECIAL attention sjiven to the rental depart ment. Clow collections andCproinpt settle ments will be our motto. NEW STABLE! OUR niacnifieent New Stable Is now open for the reception of hoarders by the day, week or month. Being the larveat and best ventilated table in the South, with Urge, roomy box-stalls, we ean offer inducements unsurpassed by any stable in tbe city. Everything kept in first class style. Give us a call. F. A. Jones & Co.. 61 Monroe St BltUOKB. At, AC BA.Ca.lr. d si FACTORS i i s t TENNESSKE. . W. MACttAli. AND IT October 27 Silk and Brocade Vel yet Dresses SS6 each, reduced to ths uniform -pries eomi.area In -BJaifkets. WmmBS Carriage and Hardware Conpany. Wholesale Bealei?s MID UAIIUFACTURERS OF Harness And Everything Pertaining to That Line. 0 Harinsr coasaeeteal nayaeir wltk the a bore flraa I wosslel reesieetflly ask mf old rrlendaaad stalroam toeall aad aoo tao. I kawajmat rotaraeel rrosti tko Boat, wkora I Bare baaed a larCe atoek, earefolly .elected aad aalted to tko trade I kawo ao Ions; Wo will opea npatoacotko LArT WHOLMALK ItDDM AIII HABSEMMAXCLFACTORY IS TVK HOCTTU, wklek will tat aa la tko load ky ktr la the.e sroodw. MKMRT M. rKRITor. THE SHOE STORE OF THE SOUTHWEST ZELLIMER Leaders in Fine Boots SOO MIEf STREET, Coraor Alley, Opposite Peakody Betel, MKaTPaTn. Order from Abroad Promptly Kxeoated. J W. refand money for Goods HtnrneA in toed condition. esruHuemwe aaa t'rteouu Will bo Boat rree oa aaii. emtlow.-ww OLIVER, ANNIE &C0." 0 100 oar-loads Fresh. Groceries, One oar-load New York Buckwheat, One oar-load New Pickles, One oar-load New Kraut, " . One oar-load Fancy Apples One oar-load New Cheese, One car-load New Peanuts One car-load Salmon, One oar-load New California Fruits, 25 barrels New Cranberries, 100 barrels New Rice, 100 tcs. New Hams, 50 boxes New Breakfast Bacon: 1000 bags Shot, 1000 kess Nails, lOOO boxes New Raisins, onr(20 cks. New Currants, 20 cks. New Cocoannfs 20,C00 pounds Frsn French. Candies. Oliver, 2?" PURE HOPE Perfectly Pure, Rod free IVoui adulleratloav Entirely eKetable-iio diiMtaaed animal fat. Nnrely Pure-no rroud Mone, clmy or resin In It. For LauiKlry, ( hlnia, Italia and Toilet. Uocb further lu! longer. Mny from any droeer. nOPB OH MIZjIj. Memphla. Tnnxx. XTHOLESAIsE raw R oode, Istioae, iilo& GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS Nos. 326-328 Main Street Memphis, Tenn. ' WK ARS TS DAILT RECEIPT OF DEHIRAELK FA LI. AMD WIHTEB MOM, WBTCB we ofior to the Uale upon tae most favorabl. terms. Onr prioee will eoapare farorably wltk thoa eajiTjrjtjnjh. Hn.lt.il Stm. Sp.ri.l Indnoem.nU ti Cash Buyer.. t.V.m WeW A WVt.lt. P. IsCADSU. P.McCABBEH & CO. GROCERS & COTTON JFACT0KS, ITo. SOOJOO Front Street, JXemplils, Tea. A GOODS th, Blanket Department.; As witnessed by ths Associated Press dispatches at the time, ws were ths only hours in Memphis represented, si Great Auction Solas of Blankets held in New Yors daring last summer. We are snabled aew to offer to ths eonsaaMr, Blankets at less than they cost to manufacture, and fatty fifty per cent, below last season's prices. Ws bars Bee dale, -qnarters Globe, 10-quarter: Sonic, 10 and U-auartefi Albemarle, 10 and ll-quarteri Princeton, 10, 11 and IS suav ter; Buy Stat. 10 and 11 quarter! Keystoae, 11 aad 11-s.sar-teri Golden Fleeoe, 11 and 12-quarteri Extra Heavy Kaasas, 10, 11 and U quarteri Extra Heavy Viotorla, 11 and 13 isar- ter; Housekeeper, 10, 11 end l-'-qsartor: Standard, 10, 11 and ' 12-o.oarter; California, 10,11 and 13 sjiartsr) Peerless, 11 aad 13- oturtsri Ftsrliag, 12 and lS-quartert Champion Bins and Pink, 11-quartsr: Elder Dowa. U -quarter; Medieatsd all- wool Soarlet, 11-qaarter. A full lias of Silver Gray, Scarlet and Blus Blankets, Horse Blankets, Blanket Robes, Plush ' Carriage hobos, Buffalo Hebss. Our stock of Fine, Medium and Low-Price Comforts variety and onantlt with nnr annerlne line nf An Inspection is ail that is necessary to convince. ur customers that ur stock in this depart ment Is anequaled. Ws do not qute prices, but we eas assure all who intend purchain; anything in this line thnt we can and will savs them, if they bay from us, twenty to thirly-ve peg osnU mwm Saddlerv, & C0.hi & Shoes I , " ,i mnie cb Oo. SURE SOAP MAKTIB KbM.LT.