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MEM MEMPHIS, TENN., THURSDAY, OCTOBER SO; 1884. ESTABLISHED 1840, VOL. XLIV-lSrO. 263 HE Th Hon. Casey Young left the city last night for Saulabury, where he will speak., to-day to the Democrat of that region. On Friday he will address the people of Middleton, and on Saturday those of Bol ivar. Nashville, it will be seen from a special on the second page, is to have a grand rally on Saturday night by way of winding np the canvass. Ought MemphU not to follow this good eiample, and close out, too, on Monday night, say, with a torch light procession and speeches by all the beet speakers? What say the County Executive Committee and the candidates? Col, Colyab, of Kashvilleywill speak In this city on Monday night, and close the canvass. One of the ablest speakers in the State, and one of the most pro gressive men in it, he is sore of large audience, and as intelligent a one as has ever been gathered within its limits. No man in Tennessee deserves better of its people than the one who has been fore most in pushing the mining and manu facturing enterprises which to-day are among the foremost industries of the mid dle part .of the State. Col. Colyar is sure of a warm welcome in Memphis. '. Bwom tha October election the 8u--preme Court of Obio"determined not .to decide the constitutionality of the Scott liquor law, for the reason that a decision at that time would draw the court into politics a thing which would be detri mental to its influence and on that ac count was especially to be avoided. Now that it has delivered what it so prudently wtihheld pending a local election, the Cin cinnati Timet-Slar accuses the court, be cause a majority of its members are Demo crat, of being actuated by party motives and with a view to influence the German vote. This is the sort of consistency that does not consist. A corbesponoknt telegraphs ironi Wash ington that fears are expressed there on both sides that "there may be trouble in some of the Southern States on okc'ion day, and perhaps before. This is not merely Republican talk for effect, as the fact that there is fear of trouble on all bands is shown in the action of the Vir ginia Legislature, which has taken a recess to meet on the day preceding the election. When questioned about it its members .admit frankly that they fear there may be trouble, and they think it best to have the Legislature in seesion on that day. In the Virginia and Carolinas there seems the greatest danger of collisions between the excited voters."' It is to be hoped that forewarned the people of those States may be forearmed and thus be able to prevent t'-e threatened trouble. BLAINE. His Regular rersonal Canvass Closed with a Grand Banquet at Delmon ico's, Presided Over by William M. Evarts Many Prominent Men In Business, Financial and Po litical Circles Present Meeting of Republican Preachers at the . Fifth Arenne Hotel The Business Meu'g Parade. Njw York, October 20. At 10 o'clock this morning the gentlemen's parlor of the Fifth Avenue Hotel was filled with clergymen of various denominations, who had gathered to meet James G. Blaine. Five minutes Utter the Rev. Dr. James King called the assembly to order, and the Rev. Dr. Burchard was chosen chairman and the Rev. Dr. McArthur secretary. Dr. King then presented the following resolu tions : Hnolwl, That we believe that the triumph of the principle of the Hepubliean party ia essen tial to the welfare of the country and to the pres ervation of tbe re'ults of the lute ciril strife, sad oonrntraeirMy-that the election of ita repre sentatives in the persons of Jaines li. Blaine and John A. Logan ia Imperative. Hemolvwi, That we believe in the purity of the personal character of these standard-bearers, and alio believe n their trained eapai-ity as statesmen to meet the claims of the high offices for which they are in nomination . Hemivd, That we protest ag-ulnst the eorona tloQ of conceded personal impurity as repre sented by the head of the Democratic ticket, and while we deplore tbe necessity, we do not evade the responsibility ol declaring; our judgment to the world of this insult to Christian civilisation embodied in such nomination for the Presidency of the republic. hrt'JvU, That we are opposed to putting a premium on disloyalty, as represented by tbe Uenio- Yeifrer. ' The newly wedded pair left on the 11 o'clock p.m. train for the East. A large number of beautiful and costly pres ents were displayed at the residence of Mr. T. A. Hamilton, and the young cou- Ele start in life with the well wishes of a oat of friends. The following is a list of presents: Bisque flower bowl, Frank Andrews; bisque bouquet holders, Miss Ella Robin son ; silver card receiver, Montefiore An drews ; satin tidy. Miss Mamie Lee Mc Clellan ; mouchoir case, Miss Maggie E. Rambaut : hand-painted bureau and toilet bottles, scarf pin-cuBhion.Leroy Andrews; pair oil paintings, Miss Virgie Lee Cash ; silver water Bet, ushers; tea service, Jas. K. Holder; silver nut bowl, bronze card receiver, u. tregoou Andrews; Dresden china vases, Mr. and Mrs. Uogan; pair water colors, Mrs. Estes; bronze clock and rnainents, James e. Andrews; napkin rings, Miss Sallie Horton ; Oxford Bible, Mrs. YVm. Stewart: Axminster rug, Miss Annie Harbert; bisque toilet set, Miss Helen Lee Royster; willow rocking chair, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Royster; pearl brooch, Mrs. T. A. Hamilton : nair hand-D&inted cups and saucers, Mrs. . C. Drake ; silver water eet, t. IJevenp, John Simmons, Wm. Thomas, John M. Hill, P. 8. Smith wick, George E. Dunbar. John F. Kej , C. J'enie, w. V. 1 1 ill : band-Dainted placque, Mrs. Mildred Cash ; plush ban ner, Alias Carrie 1'earce; silver water set, Menken Bros. ; gold thimble. Mrs. Bled soe ; handsome cake, Mrs. McClollan. CLEVELAND AND HENDRICKS. atnniiailie Democratic Demonstra. ; tlon at SprlnKfieid, III. candiduto for the Vice Presidency of the nl. That we exhort all well-meaning and cratto party. Gasf. W. H- Pabsoxs prints another let ter expo.Hng Butler's sell-out to the lie publicans, In which he says: "To-day we renew the specific charges, and in con finnation allege that sloe the pending campaign hits opened Gen. Butlor'a po litical manager, Noah A. Plympton, has received and accepted from the Hon. B. F.Jones, chairman of the Republican Na tional Committee, checks drawn on the First National Bank of Neiv York (John fihennan's) to the amount of t22,000,which er cashed. We further allege that the Hon. John F. Henry, chairman of the Na tional Committee of th Anti-Monopoly party, has alio received and accepted from the Hon. B. F. Jonea, chairman of Mr Waine National Committee, . a . chuck drawn on the same bank for the sum of $3500, which was also cashed." One of our Nashville specials states that the State Executive Committee is in pos session of facta justifying the belief that neg'es are being sent from this State to Louisiana by the Republicans, of course to vote for S!sae nd serve other party purposes. This, ttfupled with the regis tration troubles in tbst State, and the gen eral activities of the Republican ninn airers. noes to Drove that they are making preparations to carry the election by foul means if necessary. Add to thia the fears of trouble in Virginia and the Carolinas on or before the day of election, and Blaine's and Evarta'a violent bloody-shirt Koeechea, and we have plain proof that the Republican leaders are prepared to go even to the extent of bloodshed to elect their ticket. The people of the South cannot be too circumspect, careful or watchful. Thi Synod of South Carolina has dis posed of the Wood row case in the only V.T possible to IK representing as it does Church that positively and without res ervation or equivocation accepts the ca nonical Scriptures as the very Word of God. That WoVd declarea that God made Adam out of the dd of the earth and tMatha.1 into hf. aostrila the breath of 'life, and man thus bLJ3 A living soul. This plainjstatement of an tf supreme power cannot be reconciled in aiT dgl"ee or way with Darwin's theory or hypo-. eis of evolution. Nor can any man, min ister or layman, consent to accept or be lief in evolution and call himself a Christian. The moment he gives con sent to the evolutionary descent of man he denies the special creation of Adam and Eve, and thus ignores and de nies the very foundation on which the Christian religion rests. He sweeps away the necessity for the atonement of Christ, the one distinctive doctrine that separates the Christian from the Jewish Church. It was Adam's fall that brought sin into the world, says the Church, and it was by the seed of the woman that the serpent's head was to be braised. Evolution denies .... the whole Gnefcsric account of craaiion and traces to a single source the origin of all life, and it asserts that man ia the re sult of Jevdlopment through a long line of aUce8tors from the protoplasm on np 4o tea anthropoid race, and from that a the highest existing type of jnan, the Aryan. Ia all of this there ia neither the breath of God nor a soul to be saved or damned. There is the life common to all created thing, and the reaaltant physical changes essential to adaptation in the varying gradations or steps by which man reached his present eminence. That is all. Suoh a theory is whuUv irreconcilable wnh the Christian faith in soul, soul responsibility and ac canntabllUv and the necessity for the atonement of Christ, The South Carolina Synod have, therefore, actod logicitly, and are within the bounds of the dogmas of the Presbyterian Church in condemning the teaching of evolution as a truth. Trot Woodrow's position was untenable, and ai explained by Prof. Adger, was ridiculous. It was neither theological nor scientific. The attempt to elaasify Adam as the at result of evolution and accept Eve as a special creation, wai absurd, because it was an attempt to construe Genesis to salt an idfla that might be termed Woodrow-iant-a attempt to deny the plain words of GenC" M t Adam's creation and his being bronbtinto being by the breath of God, and pn construction npon the creation of Eve the wrJs Scrinture does nst warrant. Thii roves how safe and how Beceasary it J 'or ke Christian to stand firmly by the Bible aZ? to refase all attempts at its reconciliation with scientific facta or theories. Christian ity without the miraculous and the mar velous, without the atonement, cannot stand a m oment : indeed, without the atonementi t would be let ns say it with all reverence like the tragedy ol Hamlti with "Hamlet" left out. loyal eitiseus, regardless of party when purity is at stake, not, by votins for the Prohibition can didate, to cust half a vote for the l'cmoeratio candidate with the semi-sanction of impurity and dissipation, nor to cast a whole vote for tbe man whose name is now a conspicuous tynonym of incapacity and inoontinenoy. JtnvlveU, That we exhort our follow-citizens to east one vote for virtue in the home, for proteo tion for the rights of the humblest citixens at home and abroad, for protection for American industries, fo( tbo settiomoat of international differences by arbitration, for war against polyg amy, for the decent treatment of Indians, for the presrvation of the results of the wars of the rev olution and of the rebellion, for every sacred in terest of our beloved country, by voling the Re publican ticket at the ensuing election. The Rev. Dr. Spear, of Brooklyn, com mended the resolutions as satisfvine: his head and his heart, and they were adopt ed without diseent. The Rev. Dr. Bar chard then named a committee to address Mr. Blaine when be should be brought belore them, as follows: The Kev. Dr. James King, of tbn Mothodiat Episcopal Church ; the Rev. Dr. Spear, of the Pres byterian Church ; the Rev. Dr. McArthur. of the Baptist Church; Rabbi Brome, of the Temple Gates of Hope; the Rev. Dr. J. G. Roherst, of tbe Brooklyn Congrega tionalhl, and Richard Lawrence of the Friends meeting-house. The clergymen then went to the corridor on the first floor and gathered about the foot of the stair way, down which walked Mn Blaine lean ing; on the arm of the Rev. Mr. Kine. while Minister Levi P. Morton, his eon Walker Blaine, Mrs. Blaine and daughter", were on the lauding above. The Rev. Dr. King and Mr. Blaine paused on the fourth or fifth step from the floor, and the Rev. Dr. Uarchard was introduced to Mr. Blaine by Dr. King. Dr. Barchard then asoended to the side of Mr. Blaine and delivered a short address of welcome. As Dr. Barchard spoke his voice at times trembled, and his whole manner showed the earnestness of all he said. His speech visibly aiTected Mr. Blaine, and moisture glistened in his eyes. A number of other ministers then speke, when Mr. Blaine re sponded in a speech of Borne length, thanking the ministers for their demon stialiou of esteem, and touching upon the political issues in the present canvass. Mr. Blaine was then greeted with three rinu(t cheers and tbe ltev. Dr. McArthur called for, ami led in three equally hearty cheers for Mrs. Blaine. Mr. Blaine then deecended to the foot of the stairs, and for some time remained shaking hands with the clergymen who had visited him. The exact number of clergymen present at tbe meeting cannot be stated. It is va riously estimated at from 200 to 1000, Many were from other points, and un known here. rARADB or THB BUSINESS MIX. Notwithstanding the rain, the parade of hiiMiness men here in honor of James li Blaine is pronounced by its promoters all they desired. Twenty-five thousand ia the estimate of the number of men inline, and the procession occupied two houts and forty minutes in passing the reivewina: stand. Altogether the pa- raJe waa a success. - and in the darkness, rain and mud, the marching nn tin mul until 0:2 o'ulock P.m. Broad way was lined with people from .cowling Green to and beyond the Worth monu ment, the reviewing ground, while here and at other special poipts on the line of march the Doople were massed in creat fore and cheered those in tae pwesuion most heartily, Mr. Blaine was most en thusiastically cheered on his way to and from the reviewing etaaC niKVII AT DBLMONIMVV When Mr. Blaine was at Chicago last Rotimla? he received a letter from Wm M. Evarta and ?00 other gentlemen, in whinh ha waa invited tc i me at Delmon icn'a noma nieht this week. wWiih invita tion was accepted, and to-night named as the dato. it was someming 01 an unuer- tnking for the Committee of Arrangements t,- nrenare for that reception within the short apace of time at their disposal, but they succeeded in completing every ouiaiij Tha hour sot for the dinner was 7 o'clock At that ho r long lines of carriages had left Uifiir occuoanta at the doors, and the 40u cuiiileuicn were ee&ged in hand- - V 1 - l . L . Knn. 8.n... t. 7:30 o'clock when Mr. Blaine eAnnui in a m. . i . . ' r ,:rr; . Kan l,. " ,.1"-1 ball-reon. . ! I 1 A w-a where the covers were ..v. 7 . :r; htl the company, wno nad preceoea mm suu stood at their respective places at the tables. Mr. Blaine was conducted to the post of honor by Mr. Wm. M. Jivarta and Mr. Cyrus W. Field, and took his seat, as the room resounded with Hues cheers f r James G. Blaine, proposed by Mr. A. R. Whitney. The -room was elaborately decorated, and all the appointments rioh and elegant. Mr. William M. Evarta was the presiding officer of the occasion. Mr. Blaine eat immediately on the right of the president. lvi P. Morton, United States Minister to France, sat on the immediate left. The other guests present nuui b6red prominent representatives of the political, business and financial circles of tbe State, among tbe latter being Jay Gould and Russell Sase, besides a number of well-known gentlemen from various Karta of the country. A large number of tters of regret were also received. The men was an elaborate affair, while the various tables were artistically decorated. When the attests were seated trrace was said bv the Rev. Dr. Henry M. Field, It was 9:40 o'clock when Ex-Secretary Kvarta raDned lor order with his ravel. and began hia addreas. As he rose in his nlace loud applause greeted him, and as he closed there were more cheers. Three cheers for James G. Blaine were called for and given with great enthusiasm, and were repeated in i espouse to a voice from the lower end of the hall shout- inc "Three more!" When Mr. Blaine arose he was greeted with a whirlwind of annlause. Mr. Blaine spoke at great length, outlining his foreign and general policy, and laying particular stress npon the benefits of protection. The speech was a General mwne of those delivered by him and published at different times dur ing the canvafs, and contained nothing new. Mr. Blaine took hia seat amid loud and continued applause and enthusiastic exocrine, and alter the reading of letters, etc.. the company left the room and pro reeded to the parlors where for an hour Mr. Blaine was surrounded by his friends engaged in friendly conversation. Albany. N. Y., October 29. Gov. Cleve land, accompanied by his private secre tary, Col. Lamont, leaves to-morrow morn ing at 10 o'c'ock for Sew Haven, Conn., returning to Albany the samo night. On Saturday morning he leaves for New York for the purpose ol reviewing tbe parade of the Business Club, returning to Albanv Saturday night. Got. Cleveland will go to Bunaio to vote and will return to the capital Tuesday nigkt, receiving the re turns of the electiois at tbe lCxecutive Chamber. . . Ueadrieka Meeting at BprlssKfleld, III. Si-BijiaFiKLu. III., October 29. The Hendricks meeting here to-day was one of the greatest political demonstrations ever witnessed in this city. It is estimated that there were 50,000 people in the city. The business portion nf the city was pro fusely decorated. 3ov. Hendricks spoke in the afternoon fiom the Lei and Hotel. He said the Republican party had been in power long enouga, and should be ousted. He dwelt upon He tarill especially, argu ing in favor of a reduction of taxes. He charged the Republican party with squan dering the money appropriated to build op the navy. ; . . GREAT EXCITEMENT la Kashvlile Over the Discovery that the Republicans are Sending: Ne groes to Indiana to Act as Deputy United States atanhals at the Elections Fears that the Same Methods are To be Tried In Louisiana and Tennessee Railroad Companies Intimidating Their Employes. be Uoveraor reparian tor Bis New ' Haven Ta-tjir- 1 HE1EXA, ARK. Ex.Bherltr Tamer (short la Ilia A eonnta The Amount Amply Serured. Isrscrsi to thi appbil.I Helena, October 29. The auditor of Arkansas a few days ago eent to the con stable of St. Francis township, Helena, a warrant ordering him to levy on the prop erty of Bart Y. Turner as sheriff and collector of Phillips county, and on that of his bondsmen for the years 1880 and 1881. The amount Capt Turner is declared to be short ia $5100. Capt Tur ner was given by the Auditor of the State lor the years 1880 and 1881 a clear receipt. but it has developed that the Anditor failed to properly render his accounts. If the Auditor had done his duty tbe matter would no doubt have been oettled long ago. His bondsmen have employed counsel, who have secured from the County Court an injunction restraining tbe warrant. There are about 1-0 bonds' men in all, being liable all the way from $-'i0O to $5000, and amply able to pay any deficiency that a court may award. -BERXHARQI- 1 he Victim of Alternating- Fits of Hanla Bordering- an Insanity. Paris, October 2!). M. Sardou has been interviewed, and describes Mme. Bern hardt as really ill, and her nerves unstrung and prostrated. Besides her artistic cares she is subject to many attacks arising from the frightful neglect of her pecuniary a it Airs, she exaggerates evervthms? in life, from grief to joy. She deals in many matters in a breakneck fashion, making her money fly right and left. Kite has also exhausting angers and furious heats. Sardou visited her recently, when he found her a prey to t-e most vio lent excitement, twisting her body, rolling about the carpet, biting the rug, sobbing, and in a high state of exasperation. A domestic drama had evidently just been timsbed. as tnere were blows in tne air. Sardou expects the speedy recovery of Mme. Bernhardt, and only the magnetiz ing doctor is now permitted to see her. A LIBEL SLIT Agatnat Jaaaaaea. Roth for 810,000 Withdrawn. He Making; Ample Apolacy. Mr. F. Sell an vesterdav withdrew bis suit against Mr. Johannes Roth for $10,' 000, tbe latter having made an ample aoolorv and having withdrawn unqnali it t T . . .1 1 1 J neaiv tne nceio.is lamruaire comotameu of. Mr. Roth said in a Tetter to Mr. Schas that he retracted "said language and each and every part of said letter or any and all remai ks made by me of you to Lehman Bros, (bankers of New York) or anyone else reflecting upon you or your honor, as behig untrue and unjust and uncalled for in every particular, and I state that said letter written to William Frohlich & Co, and the damaging remarks made about you in New York to Lehman Bros, were made without any cause whatever on my DISASTROUS STORMS Along tha Caaat at Lever California preat Loaa af Ufa. Sax Fbamcisoo. October 2!). The fol lowtT" further particulars of disastrous Storms on C2COst W -ower wuuram. were learned this mCrnS. lu? . ? : v ,v, K.i,. ih. -c-tAln ol tbe sitRattier Newborn, from Guavmas. - 6 says the steamer Estado de Sonora left Mazatlan September lutb. The first storm bro-e out the following day, and it raged with such terrific fury the Lstado was un able to put back. It is supposed she rolled over and went down, witn nuy-seven souis aboard. Nothing was ever afteward heard of the passengers or crw. Numerous other wrecks are reported. "AYALAXCHE" SUIT. WEDDING, II ar bert C aah. The wedding of Mr. John M. Harbert and Miss Do Ilia Cash, well known in Memphis society circles, occarred at the Cumberland Presbyterian church last evening, before a large assemblage of " 'nds. Prof. Moree S. Downs presided tha .'"ran ami rendered tbe famous fvaAAt:. Zl ich" in his superior vein u. li i r.:ea 62? da ted and the lotiowmg gentlemen afitu ""..- Clark Knowlton, Mr. HerUrt Dammann, Mr. Sam Cruse, Mr. Minor Mer.wether, Mr. Humphrey Kortxecht, Mr. Lee Hunt er, Mr. Leroy Andrews and Mr. George rsrlCUL TO TBI APPIAL.I Nashville, October 29. Leading Dem- crats have for several days suspected that the Republican managers situated here were preparing to send negroes to Indiana and Louisiana to be used in the elections of those States as deputy United States marshals. It was discovered to-day' that those suspicions were well foundei. Fifty negroes were sent to Indiana at noon to day from this city, and when tiey arrive ..that State.they wtir--be made marshal.-- The Republicans hate agents though this State picking negroes to be sent on the Slut instant to Louisiana. The wildest rumors are on the streets, and tbe excitement grows intense in anticipation that the same methods are to be attempted in this State. The Democratic Executive Committee are aroused and will commu nicate all the developments to the com mittees of the threatened States. Gov. Bate and the Legislative candi dates addressed a large crowd to-day in this county. A CONTEMPTIBLE INTIMIDATION SCHEME. No little indignation was caused here to-night by the announcement by the State Democratic Executive Committee that they are reliably informed that agents are being sent out from headquarters over the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis railroad to persuade all of its employes to vote for Reid, telling them that if they do not, and vote for Bate, their wages will be reduced one-half. This information comes through a railroad employe. Motlea Served en the Democrats al Les lslana. Nashville Banner : 3. A. Trousdal. chairman of the State Democratic Exec utive Committee, has sent the appended letter to the Hon. Leon Jastremski, of Baton Rouge, chairman of the Central State Democratic Executive Committee: Dkar SiR-t-We have reliable information that negro men are beiar sent to Louisiana in consid erable numbers, from and throuKh here. The first intelligence of this move reached us three davs aero, but the information oomine; from mere ru mor was not aeemea ol sumcient importance to justify its communication ti jou. Sinoe, however, we have rathereJ facts that warrant as in apariftins; rou that the Republicans have designs on your btate, and are shipping ne groes there to be used on election day in their be half. 1 send you Nashville newspapers with marked articles bearing on this subject. Should I hear more relative to this matter 1 will let yov know. Very respectfully. J. A. TKULSDAI.B. Mr. Jastremski acknowledged the receipt of. the letter, and thanked Mr. Trousdale for sending it. SECRETARY McCULLOCH Rat ta Take Charge af the Treasury Until Ta-Day. enormous increase of the Social Demo cratic vote in Berlin and other cities. The strength of that party in the next German Parliament will probably be double that in the last Parliament. It shows the com plete failure of the repressive ' measures undertaken, splitting the Reichstag in to many sections and renders the hope of the government attaining any great ma jority improbable. - " - -- SENS 1TI0SAL MARRIAGE. The Seqnel ta the Hagwdale Cerpna SnJt. Habeas The Toaag- Lady la tbe Case Married ta - Her leaver. The Appeal on Monday last published a special dispatch from Cincinnati an nouncing the result of the Ragsdale habeat corpus case. The finale of the affair was given in tbe Louisville Timet of the 28th instant, as follows; A hifl-hlv sensational, averr-dav romance has just come to light in this city. We begin, how ever, witn tbe concluding pages and go backward for tbe faota. At 3:30 o'clock yesternoon Mr. I. C. .Hewlett, of Huntsville, Ala., and Miss Bal lir A. Kagsdale. of Meridian, Miss., were anited in marriage at the Methodist par sonage, jNo. 70s Fifth street, by the Eov, ilenry U. Settle. Tne ceremony was private, the only witness being the mother of the bride and Mr. Clifford, a particular friend of the family. After the nuptials had been solemnised the party immediately re-entered the hack and repaired to the Broadway Hotel, where they bad been stop ping since last Sunday morning. This conoluded one af the most singular romances which has yet 1 'en B.'".0 thB Publiq as a sketch from real JJJ- .The story; as toldi by the parties figuring therein, la In mlMtiMrilii,. Tha grniiM is m l.inwil Aiki man, standing high in social circles, and holds a "Washington, October 29. The com mission of McCulloch as Secretary of the Treasury, was signed by the President vesterdav afternoon and mailed to Raritan, N. J., to be countersigned by the Secretary of Mate. Consequently, it can nardiv be received by McCulloch before this evening or to-morrow morning, and as he cannot qualify before he receives his commission, ne wm not enter npon tne discharge ol his duties as Secretary before to morrow. tie paid a snort visit to tbe Treasury De partment this morning and conferred with Secretary Gresham. Gen. Gresham will remain in Washington a lew days to close his private auairs, and will sit noon the bench in Chicago about the middle of next week. The President designated Assistant-Sec retary Coon to act as Secretary of the Treasury in the absence of Secretary Mc- uuiiocu. An euort was made to nave tne President designate Assistant-Secretary French, but without avail. - Interesting; ta View af a Keeeni Event. New York, October 29. The following extract from a letter written by Hugh McCulloch m regard to the decision of the Supreme Court on legal tenders will be read with especial interest since that gen tleman's appointment as Secretary of the Treasury: No one can read the debates in'the convention by which the constitution was formulated with out peroeiving how anxions the statesmen of that day were that Congress should nut, even by im plication, oe domed witn tne power to make any thing but gold and silver money, or the debates in the Senate and House when the legal-tender acts of 18o2 were nnder consideration, without being struck by the manifest reluctanee with whicn their advocates sustained them, even as a war measure in a great nnaneial emergenoy. This is especially interesting and valuable in view of the recent decision of the Supreme Court, wbicb unsettles what up to that decision bad been regarded by the best legal minds of the country as established law. and opens a wide door for one of the greatest calamities that can befall the na tionthe unlimited issue of government notes, no matter how depreciated they may be, with the legal attributes of com. loe country is at sea noon a oueftion of snnreme importance to even-body in the United States, and in the dis- cuEsions wuicu mis decision maaes unavoiunoiv this history ot Vnited States not4a will be exceed ingly helpful. X am Tory trnlv yours, IlUGrf MccL-IXOCU ins-sanns aeatle- position as special agent of the New Orleans and Texas Pacific railway, which necessitates his traveling to some extent. About a year ago he visited Meridian and stopped at the principal hotel in tha place, owned by Mr. L. A. Ragsdale, who was also a wealthy and leading citisen af the place. Mr. Hewlett shortly became ac quainted with the family, and principally with his. young and exceedingly pretty daughter. It wag but a short while before the two became desperately attached and a union of hearts the expected consequence. To this, however, the father objected, giving as his rea son the youth and uncompleted education of his daughter. Bat the understanding seemed to be that when her education was thorough and her ?eara had ripened, the wedding shonld' become a act. The girl was sent to a boarding-school at Staunton, and Mr. Hewlett was recalled to New Orleans. The two decided, after having reached their respective destinations, that the separation was mora than love could bear, and clandestine meetings were planned that they might more often be in com pany and keep their hearts glowing. Hewlett was to visit her at school in the guise ef an uncle. He answered the letter, but waited in vain for a return, and becoming alarmed, wrote to a friend in Meridian, inquiring of the fair Juliet. The answer eame that father and daugh ter had left for Staunton, bat that the girl's brother hud intercepted bis (Hewlett's) letter, and had telegraphed his father about the pro posed clandestine meetings at the school ; also that the father had returned after an absence of one week. Mr. Hewlett again wrote to Miss Kags dale without effect; he then wrote to tbe faculty. The answer returned that she was not there. Then again to the friend in Meridian, who an nounced that he had seen a card from Oxford, O., addressed to Mr Ragsdale, bearing the business card of Dr. Moss, the superintendent of a private insane asylum. The lover was almost distracted with grief over this clew to the whereabouts of his sweetheart, but immediately set about ways and meant for her capture. He finally learned that her mother was in Hot Springs, and accordinalr telearaobed her. She at nn.. hur ried to Oxford and abducted her daughter fram the asylum, with whom she proceeded to Cincin nati, where Hewlett had premised to meet them. Bat the superintendent having heard of tbe ab duction, set out also and recaptured the yoang girl, threatening the incarceration of tha I mother also, if bis plans were interfered with. I Mr. Hewlett shortly arrived, and after tbe employment ot aaie counsel tne yoang girl was released on a writ of kaheat corpas. Mr. Kagsdale and several acquaintances were called apon as witnesses, and proved before a court de lunatiro ittquirendo that the young lady's mind was perfectly sane. Quite a sensation was cre ated in Oxford over the affair, and resulted in an order being issued that all private insane asylums shonld be investigated tour times a year, without warning the superintendents. The mother was theft given custody of her daughter, declaring that her father wot not the S roper one to Dave onarg oi ner. the father nally consented to the marriage, bnt de clined to grace the occasion with his presence. Mr. Ragsdale went to New Tork on business, and the mother, danrhtjir and Mr. Hewlett came te this city, where they de termined to ioin hearts and hands in that love which laughs at locksmiths and the walls of I private -insane asylums. Mrs. Kagsdale tbinks tbe part her husband acted in the matter was to force her to accede to his wishes relative to the disposal of some property. She also says that he has acted strangely on several occasions, and does not think his mind ia wholly rational at times. T e bridal party remain in the city for lwu weeaa, auu tnou ,w, lur uuuuruiSi Ala., the home of the groom. LITTLE K0CK, ACE. I.Hlareer tfcw Order wrKlka InaUtnted OrBcera Inatavlted. n BALE OF FALL AND Commencing Monday, October 27th. READ AND LEARN WHERE YOU HAD BEST SPEND YOUR MONEY. Dress Goods Department. Here e offer tbe largest and cheapest stock that has ever 9c. been shown in MemDhis. eomnrisina- in oast: 80 pieces 21-inch Corkscrew Suitings, all wool filling, worth 15?. GO pieces 25-inch all wool Plaids at 22c, worth 35c. 40 pieces 48-inch all wool Bison Cloth 47c, worth 75e. 20 pieces 44-inch all wool Flannel Suitings, in myrtle and navy only, 50c, worth 75c. 52 pieces 46-inch all wool Tricot $1, worth ti 25. 27 pieces 46-inch all wool Bison Cldth 1, worth tl 25 16 pieoes 46-inch all wool Amnion Suitings SI, worth tl 25. 20 pieoes 46-inch all wool Satin Berber 1 50, worth $2. 24 pieoes 46-inch all wool Corkscrew Suitings SI 50, worth 92. 200 Combination Dress Patterns in the latest colorings and most unique designs. i. ) Flannel Department. 60 pieces French Plaid Flannel (our own importation) at 50e, worth 70o, Ontiot all wool Plaid Flannel at S5o, worth 50c. " Cashmere, Twill, Basket and Opera Flannels far below value. Great bargains in White and Scarlet Twilled Flannels, from late auction sales in New York. A full line of Amaaa Society Flannels (the best that are made), in all colors and weights. A 64-inch all wool Ladies' Cloth at 75o. Eiderdown Cloths for Children's Wraps. Repellants at a sacrifice. Silk Department. Never have we been aMo heretefora to t how such a oollee tion of Foreign Silk Fabrics as we offer '""jJ:?,,0,!1!?-?! attention to a larre line of "WEAR RESISTING" SATIN 1k FLOTB, all pure Silk, embracing all the new and latest dyes of the season, such as BIstJUK. ANTIQLK and SBAIi BROWNS, CACHEMIRE, NAVY and EXCELSIOR BUJES. CRESSOtfand EGYPTIAN GREENS, BORDEAUX, CASTOR and CORINTHIAN GARNETS, which we offer at il 25a yard. We make a specialty ef . Slack Dress Silks, and offer them at less than they can be imported for to-day. Would also call special attention to OUR. SILK FINISH COSTUME VELVETEENS, eeoal in Finish, Wear aod Ap pearand to the handsomest Silk Velvet. Fnll twenty-fir. inches wide, and embracing all the newest shade and Black, attl 25 a yard. ... All the Silk we sell will be found just a represented. Waar and satisfaction guaranteed, as we handle only the best makes of goods, ' 1 o , Shoe Department. 0 ' We sell as fine Shoes as any one wants, and as low cost goods as we can safely reeommend Ladies who must eoono mise will find our 3, SiSO 9 ! ISO Sihewa excellent value. Better for the money cannot be found anywhere. W. offer this week special bargains in Men s Shoes, in cluding the Patent Combination Shoe (especially adapted for high insteps) at 4 95, worth $6. Also a medium grade Shoe in Button, Balmoral and Congress at i 6t, regular price S3 50- Ladies' Suit & Cloak Dep t. Special Bargains Tor the Week: 60 Ladies' elegant Black Silk and Brocade Vel vet Dreses worth $75, and each, reduced to tha unilorm price of f55 each. 50 Ladies' Black Silk Dresses, made of heavy Rep Silk, with garniture of Marabout trimming, Chenille fringe or gimp and passamenteries, worth I XI to tOO each, reduced to i5 each. 100 Black Silk Dresses at t25 each, worth double. These are the best value aver offered by us at tha price. 50 Colored Silk and Satin Merveilleux Dresses, all colors, very handsome, at $35 each, worth $f5; 50 Colored Silk Dresses S25 each, worth ttO. 50 Colored Silk Dresses 115 each, worth t7 60. 75 Black and Colored all wool Cashmere Dresses, with Skirts entirely of Silk, 122 b) each, fully worth f40. 150 Black Cashmere Dresses 17 60 to 115. Ladies' Calico Wrappers 75c each. Ladies' best Percale Wrappers 11 each. 150 Children's Cloaks and Havelocks, 4 to 10 years, 12 75 each. 150 Misses' Cloaks, Havelocks and Stockinette Jackets, 10 to 16 years, $3 25 each. These Misses and Children's Cloaks will be put on a cheap table in our Cloak Department, and those who get first choice will get the best value. Come early. Infants' Long Cloaks, in all co'ers, Cashmere trimmed, with quilted Satin, 12 50 to $10 each. Mother Hubbard style, fi to $7 60. Mother Hubbard style, handsomely embroidered, 19 50 to SIB. Ottoman Silk Cloaks, Mother Hubbard style, handsomely em broidered, 25 to . . .. ." Infants' Short Cloaks, from 2 to t years, in all shades and qualities, from (3 to $18. , Blankot Dopartmont; Ai witnessed by tha Associated Pree dispatch, at U time, w were the only houi ia Meojphts represented at tha Great Auction Sales of Blankets held In New Yore daring last summer. Wear, enabled now to offer to the eonramr, Blankets at loss than they cost ta manufacture, and folly fifty per sent, below last season's prices. We hsv Recb dale, 9-quarten Globe. 10-quarter ; Gonlo, 10 and M-quaxtert Albemarle, 10 and 11-quarter j Princeton, 10, 11 and It quar ter! Bay Bute, 10 and 11 quarter! Keystone, 11 aad 1J-quarter i Golden Fleece, 11 aad la-quarter t Extra Heavy Kansas, 10, 11 and 12-qaartor; Extra Heavy Victoria, 11 and 12 quar ter; Housekeeper, 10, 11 and 12-qaartor Standard, 10, ll and 12-quarter; California, 10,11 and 12 q tartar; Peerlei,H aad 12-quarter; Sterling, 12 and IS-qoarters Chanpion Bt.e and Pink, U-quarterj Eider Down, 11-quarter; MedicMed all wool Scarlet, 11-qnarter. A fall lin of Silver Gray, Scarlet and Blue Blankets, Horn. Blankets, Blanket Robe, Plash Carriage Robes, Buffalo Rebes. Oar stock of - ' Fine, Medium and Low-Price Comforts . compare In variety and quantity with ear superior line f Blankets. An inspection is all that is necessary t i ennvinea our customers that our stack in this department is nneqnaled. We do not qute prices, bat we can assure all who intend purchasing anything in thia tin. that we can and will save them, if they buy from as, twenty to thirty- fe per eent. We consider many of the above articles the Greatest Bargains ever offered by any house in the country, and the ladies of Mem phis should avail themselves of this opportunity to buy many choice goods at a great deal less than Wholesale Prices. rsv: M)a "o)fo) TO THE FRONT I 4- yruly Democratic Bargain, in Dress Goods is oar Beautiful, jj Nobby and Stylish Com I nation Pattern ! T$a lrds Lorely Qultty, Doable Width " Choice Coloring, Clan Maids Brocade D'lnde. Yithout Money ariciii. to Tai arraAL.1 Littlc Rock, October 29. Little Rock Lodge No. 29 was instituted yesterday by the Memphis Lodge of Elkg. The officers were installed by Thoa. W. Keene, tragedian, and Gas 'Williams, comedian. A large number of theatrical and railroad men were preaen. Among the Mem- phians present were James Carr, Henry KeichraaDn, Sid Cook, J. U. Kloster and P. . Hopkins. Dr. Allen, of Wnebtsville. a small town few miles from this city, and a promi nent physician, was arrested to-day on a warrant from Texas charging him with uuuuiuujj m saugo Bum u& uiuuuy uuuer l -m TKr -war j f false pretenses at Uorsicana. Itis alleged fJlOilKS, lliaUS, JUailieiS. that roeiAaA (he n ISM I 7 MT 7 .A n v u ;11 . , , . Awayaneaa tn siyie ana assoraneni as ior least until his identity is tally established The Defendant, Mrs. Ktrhola and Mr. Jsmfs Pnelan, Snsninoncd to An. aw er A. ClrcMar. A summons to appear and defend has Veen issued in the case of Looney rt uZ. vt. Pbelan el al. in the Chancery Court. The trial oi the case will hardly be had before next January. The following notices, sinned by Mr. James Phehtn, have beep circulated. '"I herewith serve legal notice upon you that one-half tbe stock and book accounts of the Memphis Avalanche Company are in litigation. 1 claim to own that naif. If successful, I will not and do not recognize the authority of the present management to receive sums due the Aw lanche, or to receipt therefor." An Affect Arkansas Cltrsj man, Who has preached the jrospel for forty years, has been ereatly sfllicted with kid pey troubles. His case is such an obstin ate one and nis age is so great tnat ne can not hope for absolute cure ; but he writes from Ricbland that he has used three bot tles of Brown's Iron Bitters, and adds : "I have felt more relief than from anything I have ever used. ' He desires an addi tional supply of this peat family medicine in order to make further trial. These foods eo pretty and inexpensive, so durable and so neat in design are worth fully doable. unr oc i4Maier fjiotii, Oar SOc Plaids, Our SOc Cheviots. HAVE BEEN ELECTED by an immense majority to excel anything offered elsewhere, both ia finish and width, oolor and quality. LAW REPORTS. Advancement of Wwtnen. Baltimore, Uctober 2J. The opening session of the congress ol tbe Association the Advancement of Women began to day. The president of the a sociation, Mrs. Julia W ard Howe. n:ale the opening address. Papers were read relating to the woral, intellectual and physical develop ment of womep. The public sessions were well attended. - Wsnns Homy Mh.ston. Bostax. October 29. The fiith annual meeting of the Woman Home Missionary Bociety was held to-day. Tbe director's report shows receipts of $14,000. Tbe number of missionaries has increased from sixteen tot weuty-four. The treasurer re norted cash resources $15,000; expendi tures, 31? 0QQ. The old board of officers pere re-elected" ar ilr- O. R. Bliss, of Chicago, wjt dcled to the view-presidents. WJXOJfA, 3USS. Cotton Comsat; In Tbo leitcemery Democracy Tnorona-hly Aroused. UrsaiAL o tb p?i!..I Winona. October 29. Pino rains here Two hundred and fifty bales of cotton were received here to-day. The health of the country is improving. "The lion. A. B. Hurt, United States commissioner to the 'World's tair, who has been dangerously sick in the country, came to Winona ta day, and will enter on k; :-Ma m a lew aavs. Congressman JiC2?y left for Vicksburg to-night. The Democrats of Montgomery are thoroughly aroused. Thirty-three speeches will be made at the various precir,cts next Saturday urging the people to come out and vote. Cannon aie firing here to night. Tbe Tennptewa roll levy Explosion. Uniontown, Pa., October 29. The re mains of fourteen victims of the Youngs town mine disaster were buried to-day. The funerals were largely attended and the services impressive. The company de frayed ail tne expenses ana are aomg everything possible to relieve tbe tem porary wants ot tne oereavea lamiues. There is as yet no well-defined and ac cepted theory of the explosion. Coroner Butler's investigation begins to-morrow morning, and it is hoped some tacts wil bo brought ouf, whkh will throw light on the mystery. A Private Banker Misaina-.v Dbttoit. October 29. Fred. W. Duver. nois, for several years a private banker in Ibis citv, is missnng. tie owes aepoaitora from ?20,000 to $40,000, and was agent for nine insurance companies, to whom he owes an aggregate of over $15,000. He transferred his property to his wife several vears azo, but tbe transfer was not re corded until recently. Ansorivan Academy ot Medicine. Baltimore, October 20. At a meeting of the American Academy of Medicine to-day, Albert L. Gehon, of the United States navy, was chosen president. A number of interesting papers were read, and resolutions adopted recognizing in generous terms the manincent gilt ol S-HHV 000 bv William H. Yanderbilt to the Cnl- lege of Physicians and . Surgeons, New York. Cnaneery Conrt McDowell, Jnda-o. Calendar for to-day: Nos. 41. Mitburn vs Geske ; 53, Milburn vs McDermott ; 50, Pe ters ys Karen us ; 57, Bank ot Commerce vs Fiansehan ; 59, Montgomery vs Kealhofer : 60, Enswinger vs Powers; C7, Walker vs Thompson : 68. Hieeins vs Campbell : 69. Movers vs Uolller; 70, bhelton vs Howell; 72, Murphy vs Kennedy: 77, Vance vs Tennessee Railroad Company ; 78, Milburn vs fiicuermott; ti), Uossitt vstliggins; 80, omitn vs uavai ; BL', tlottshouser vs Strong; 87, Clark vs Garrett; 89, Stephens vs uonn; at, rrezevant vs Uuval; wz, Fisher vs Rothschild : 95. Fnchs vs Walsh : yo, tsiacx vs Jones ; VI, uondon vs McNich- ois: yy, lxtwenstein vs Mc Williams: 4K00. Mc Mullen vs Ford ; 1, Goodbar vs Mc Wil liams; 2, Bowling Va Chickasaw Company; t, Brown ys JJoya ; u, Morris vs mtcnard. r noay is motion cay. price, we intend to distanoe all efforts. Something jast now very useful : Fall Wraps, handsome Chenille trimmed, silk lined, 17 SO. . Handsome Cloth Dolman, braided and Chenille trimmed, $15 and $30. Brocaded Astrachan trimmed Newmarkets, $12. Mixed Cheviot Newmarket, $5 96, Seal Plash Coats, $25. Seal Plush Newmarkets. Beaded and Braided Jerseys in immense assort ment. (REISER'S Yellow-Fever In Mexico. Washington, October 29, The surgeon general of the Marine Hospital reports that yellow-fever has again broken out on tne west coast oi Mexico in tne most ma lignant form. The city of Colima, 1450 feet above the sea level, has not escaped. xne tever also rag&3 at Manzamilo. Fatal Accident. Baltihobb, October iM. A freight en gine on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad exploded at Locust Point this morning, instantly killing Engineer Joshua Dixon and the fireman, David Barks. The en- cine is a total wreck. Drontb In Sew Hampshire. Coktoocook. X. H.. October 29. Owing to the drontb in this vicinity a water tarns iue ia threatened. Ihe people are draw ing water from the river for domestic pur1 . . . . l -A ' -1 1 V ' ' poses, in case oi ore iue uuy win w m great danger. Distress Among; IMaenarsred Mill Oper ative. LrwisrON, Mr., October 29. On ac count of the shutting down of mills in this city there is considerable distress among discharged operatives. The over seers of the poor report tnat applications lor assistance nave increased rapidly. Forty persons left for Canada yesterday. indorsed tbo Tatnsnany Komiceas. Nry York, October 29. The Independ ent Democracy this evening withdrew ine;r county ticket ana indorsed toe nom inees of the Tammany county csnycntiob. Too Largest Merchant Tailoring and Clothing House in America. tujr s AAD Without Price! Wa have just issued a most wonderful and val uable aew book, which treat of diseases " pecu liar to the female sex," and have spared neither pains nor money to stake It worthy the nerttsal and eonfidenoe of the women all over the land. Every mother, wife, sister and daughter in thi country is deeply aye, vitau-t interested in thi treat work, and shonld lend for it without delay. It will be sent to any address In the United States Free of Cost! Bead it carefully, study it well, and you will clean from its page information that may prove more valuable than all the wealth of all the Rothschilds mora precious than sll the (ems of Europe's royalty! IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE! Give poetoffice and write name plainly, and address Tbe BrAoneid Regulator to., P. O. Bex IS, ATLt.VTl.Ga. HI AN HOOD H. D. IIEYLMUN & GO.'S Employment Agency 194 Front St, Memphis, Tenn. . Special Attention dlven to Fnrnlablna; Ianorera for Levee and BallroM Contractor. . srVi are prepared te furnish. Laborer ia any numbers on short notice, as we are in laieirrapnie communication with reliable asencie in Kansa J. T. Jefferson h Citv. St Lom and Ghicaa-o. ticritt to J rj. vomn a mo., Co., Toof, MeGowan Co. Advertising Cheats! " It has become so common to begin an article in an elegant, interesting style, " men run it into some advertisement, that we all avoid such, "And simply call attention to tne merits of Hop Bitters in as plain, honest terms as possible, xo induce people " To trive them one trial, which so proves their value that they will never use any. thins? else." " Tat Kehidt o favorably noticed ia all the paprrs, Be'irioas and secular, la " Bavins a large sale, aad 1 supplanting; all other medicines. " There is no denying the virtues of the Hop plant, and the proprietor of Hon Bitter have shown great shrewoness and ability . In compounding a medicine whose virtues are so palpable to every one' observation." Did She Met 'No! fipMdit trwinnirf J dtim d-b : ritnHnm - sMssBllf. WaUCb ffocttt&Uf Cere? XwtM iNnlUr toy, IsOM Virility. PrrnuUnr Ieeajr, u Ml ttocV.fw maitinft frcm er-work aixJ MMtM )Mii1ri Tlf liner- -A tr,m3r&.$fi ntnt Brav liUnon- 1T4. Rmoa St-.. CiaciDDsWn. " She lingered and suffered along, pining away all the time for years, " The doctors doing her no good : "And at last was cured by this Hop Bit ters the paners say so much about. " Indeed 1 Indeed 1 " How thankful we should be for that medicine." A Bantjbter'a af iaery. " Eleven years our daughter Buffered on a bed of misery, " From a complication of kidney, liver, rheumatic trouble and Nervous debility, Under the care of tbe best physicians, " Who gave her disease various names, " But no relief, "And now she is restored to ns in sood health by as simple a remedy as Hop Bit ters, that we had shunned for years before USing It. 1 HE .TAUNTS. Father la Setting- Well. ' My daughters say l " How much better father Is sine he used Hop Bitters." "He i getting well after his long (offering from a direase declared incurable." " And we are so glad that he used your Bit ters." A Lav, of litica, N. t. noNone genuine without a bunch of green Hops on the white label. Shun all the vilef poisou onsstnffwith "Hop" or Hops" in their name. Carriage and Hardware Conpany, ; Wholesale. Bealero AIID LIAIIUFACTDnERS OF Harness Saddler And Everything Pertaining to That Line. , 0 Havlns; connected myself with the above arm I wonld roanOjetfnlly aah my o!4 (rlonda and natron to call and aoo mo. 1 havejaat rotni n.d rroan the Boat, whore nnrehaaed n las-ate toclt, care rally selected and awl ted to tha trees I have ao loaj known. Wo will open np nt once the LA ate EST WHOLESALE MODU AJiat HISSES" M ANCFACTOBT 1ST THI SOUTH, which will pat na in tbo lead by In In thwereeila HMST t. rataUJVnOnf. THE SH!0 STOKE OF THE SOUTH W 113 ot ZELLNER & CO. Leaders inFine Boots & Shoes 300 3IAOT STBEET, Comer Alley, Oppoaito Peabedy Hotel, MEHPHlii. Orders from Abroad Prompt y Kxocnted. w refund money for Onode returned la goou ooaaiuon. oarCatalowoea and Prlee-UaS wUI bo nent rreo M appli- oatlon.-wn WANAMAKER & BROWN, OAK HALL, Philadelphia. A full lin of card aamplea of y tne great piece goods atoca L will b. found with T. RANDOLPH & CO. SALES AGENTS. Memphis, Tenn. MISS. A. BETAT, 13 ranal Kw Orleans, SrcoiALTras roa Maiiiio FLAGS AND BANNERS, And Dealer in all kinds ef Paraph era alias for Societies, Associations and Clubs. SILK.COLD 4S1LTEK EHBBOIDEKIBI Made to order. Bend for esti mates. EWJFUM. J.F. HOLST & BRO. (Saooeuofi to fi. H. Itolst 4 Bro.) UIEO. MEEK October 29, 1881, at 10 o'clock a.m., at her home, near Mason, Tenn., Mabt Iola, witn ot J. T. Meek. mm-0. W. BELL, Agent for "M. TtPP'S BLOOD PVKiriEB." will remain in Mem phis until January 1st. I be BLOOD PURIFIER will CURE Scrofula, Syphilis, 'White Bwelling, Salt Rheum, Soald Head, Erytipelaa.Milk Leg, Fever So-es, Rheumatism, Bright' Disease of the Kidneys, and all Blood and Hereditary Dis eases. Has also been used with wonderful sue oess in eases of Ovarian Tumors, Canoers and all Internal Ulcerations. It will eost you nothing to call and see me and get a Book of Testimonial from Patients. Office hours from 12 to 2:30 p. nf. " .;. G. W. Hf?LL. fls'tnn Fotel. May's Art Emporium 209 1-2 Main St., np-stalrs. Woratoda, Tuns, Sphy r, Araalne, rhenlile, Knittinar rottone and silks, Embroidery Material., Latest SoTeltieo In Art Work. ayQood sent to all parts of the country. cOmber-Abstracts of Title, Tax Lien and Judtmsnt Lien. OCAHAHTEEO COAtBtECT. No, 205 Main Street, Memphis. HERDS GRASS, RED CLOVER, RLUE GRASS, Orchard Grass, Timothy, Lucerne Clover, Fall Barley, Seed Wheat, Rye. Red Rnst-Proof Oats, l'otatoekt, Apple. Onions, Choice Assortment of FBVXT TREES. fin. 833 Wain Street. Memphis, Tenn. i Y...' . -. ' ' i -. i r OLIVERTIIMWIE&CO. . . : 100 car-loads Fresh. Grocer! oi, . One car-load New York Buckwheat, One car-load New Pickles, - une car-ioaa JXew xi-rant, . " One car-load Fancy Apples, One car-load New Cheese, One car-load New Peanuts, une car-load Salmon, i One car-load New California Fruits, 25 barrels New Cranberries, 100 barrels New Rice, 100 tcs. New Hams, 60 boxes New Breakfast Bacon, lOOO bags fchot, lOOO kees Nails.' " 1000 boxes New Raisins, on 20 cks. New Currants, 80 cks. New Cocoanuts 20,C00 pounds Fresh French Candies. o - Dliver.Fin n . . XEUTi H. H. BKOOKS. Brooks, Neeiv & Co. WHOLES AXS 30. K. Will meet in reamlaroonventlonM'j tnis a tlUKSUAX) nirbt. Oct.. 30th, at I TONtTHAN WOOD LODGE. No. of P.- 8 o'clock sharp, to confer the Third Knnkljkftfl an ote Ksulre. Menibersof sister jodces yited. By order . . B. CAIA, C.C. Ai'esi: if. .n.l-i'. n.- oi n. 6. rpHE Democratic Candidates for tbe Legislature -a. ana o-ner speaiers win aaaress the people at the followlnr tins and plae. t Tenth Ward Mia. and Tenn. U.K. Depot, 'Wednesday. Oc'. 29th. at7:S0 a.m. Sixth H ard Cor Slain and Linden, Thursday, Oct 30th, at 7:30 p.m. Ninth Ward Cor. Fifth and Looney, Thurs day. Oct. SOth. at 7 :30 p.m. feoond Ward Courthouse, Friday. 0ot.Sl,7:S0. Fifth Ward Beale3t.Mars.et. Kriday,lst,7:30. r.iuia " iru-rupiax du aaraei, eaturaar, Funeral Directors. S20 HAllT STREET. MEMPHIS, A FULL and complete stooV of Wood and Me tallic Cases and Caskets, Cloth-Corered Cas kets and Burial Robes always on hand. SV Orders by telegraph promptly ft I Icq. Tm !a tV.A rAA r.A atmv . T at fiwo4 11 MO V"VJ V.U, WIU DIUI , . V,V , . , 9-'4n. niohtt nik.h Atch a dwadfnl mM anrl'twa ' or" "i-.VrA-".0"uber,, rort Pickering-, np ail onpes, oat nnany nna reiitl in a R. A. FLANAGAN - DEALEK IX- bottle of Dr. BuU'i Cough Syrup, eet mar ried, and are at' last happy ! pi igtilan keacta Knees. Xkw Yoks. October 29. The minners at the Brichton Beacu rices to-day were ThnDdorbolt, Clara L4ttle Fred, Huron and George gingerly, atrlklna; reatHre r she EleeUana In Ueraaij. Bkrijk, October 29. The main feature ol the elections in Germany has bees, the Grand Rally of tb Tu mnnranw of ina VwriAii. tion BuUaim, Monday nieht, ov. 3d, t7:3a. NEW STABLE! OfR maenifioent Kew Stable Is now open for tbe teccntion of hoarders by the day. week or month. Beinr the lanest ana best rentilated stable in the South, with large, roomy box-stalls, we can offer inducements unsurpassed by any stable in the city. Everything kept in first olaes style, aire us a eall. F. A. Jones & Co., 61 Monroe St Jevelry, Diamonds, Silvemaro, GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, , - JTo. 3G7 IVoiit street. : : Iffemphls, Tenn. PURE SURE HOPE SOAP Perfectly Pore, and tVee from adnltraUii. Entirely Vesetable no dlaeaned nvolinal tmt. Nurely Pn re-no rroaesd ntone, rlnvy or renin in it. For LHandry, Cltina, llalh and Toilet. Uoch rurther-lastn longer. Buy from any Grocer. X3CQ3E-J3 Oils IWIXIaXa. Memphla. X LI MEMPHIS, -9 D.T.POBTUB. till W. HACB1E. CLOCKS and SPECTACLES 313 MAIN STREET, Corner Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. REPAIKIXG A 6PBCIALTI. Saccefisors U FORTES, TAYLOR ft CO Gotton Factors A2- WHOLESALE SO. 300 rHONT STRJEJET. i C.HOCEI1S, i UJZttPUZSL T2fB WHOUESAIJ3 I AISD GENTLEMEN'S MNISM6 600DS Noa. 326-328 Main Street Memphia, Texuu WBABSm DAILY KKCETPT OF DKbIKABLB rLL AJRB WIKTKB OOOM, WHICH we offer to the trade apon the most faTorable Ursa. Our prieae will eompare faToraarr nttb ttoae of atiy p-arkt in the t'nitd Kta.tB. Prwial Hdncment to Cash Bnrers. t.KMtHtm at V4LS. P. BToCABDEX. W. P. OUBATAJIT. JsTAJtTia KK1XT. P.McCABBETT & C GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, Wo. S60-36S Front Street, Hemphla, Ceca,