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MEMPHIS, TENN., SUNDAY, OCTOHEK b, ISSK.
VOL. XL VI NO. 231
repoit of the ppeech flelivfred at Cov-
irgtcn, Tipton county, jesUrday l?y
Mr. James Phe!an, D.mocrntic candi
date for Cor.gr. 89. It is the firat of his
canvass, and we feel ture will satisfy
aad gratify bis fri.-nds and sileucehis
enemies, if be has any: It is an able
speech, clear in its purpose and clear
in i!s statement of that purpote. It is
a s;oich tl.at would do credit
to any msn tow in Congress
and is proof, if any were nteded,
that the Democrats of the Tdnth
'Congressional District in pwsanting
him for the Bnffraif.es of bia fellow c'ti
rens made a stUction worthy of the
intelligence of the diet ict,aod emi
nently wcrthy of Memphis as the
growing! commercial metropolis of the
Lower Vailey of the Mississippi.
When Mr. Phelen's name was first
mentioned by the Apphal fs a yourg
man worthy the position to which he
aspired, stimulated thereto by a
rea onablo and laudable amb!t;OD,
there were not a few who she ok their
beads in donb He was new to po
litical liff, he had not served in the
Legislatura.'eooftea denradtd to tbe
level of a moot as3embiy in which ig
norance, stupidity and impudence
may find free vent for their varying
humors at the public's expense and
the endaogerment of the public's
business. Mr. Fhelan had not
passed through this school. He
had not been Aldermaa nor a Coun
cilman, and above all, he wa9 not
known a a member of any of the
cliques' or rings whose bargaining
and selling and trading makts
mockery of public moials and sinks
the highest interest) of the people
to the depths of the dungheap that
carries) heavenward the attest of its
strong decay. He was an untried
man, and so far as be bad taken a
share in local political affairs
was regarded as an impracticable
man, as dangerous to the hugger
mujrgering, self constituted party man
agers as a mat:h in a powder maga
zine. Ha was liable to go oil" at any
moment and blow up the structures
erected at so much expenditure' of
management, o! cous'nirjg and petty
cunning and craft. He was, too, a
trained and educated thinker and
was daogerom, efpcally from the
standpoint of the indepandence which
ignorance guided by ever S3 much
cunning never can reich to. While
those who threw doubts in his path
to retard and prevent the coneumma
tion of his ambition were planning and
plot'in? Mr. Fhelan was studying men
and events and preparing himself for
the tests to which he wai subjected
before be was nominated and for tbe
supreme teat to which he willingly
subjected himnelf yesterday by the dia
cushion of the most vex rg of all the
questions now before the American
people. No man can read what we
ptint of what he said of that question
yesterday without feeling that he has
more fully elaborated it aid more
clearly stated his views upon it than
any of the public men of the State with
in the past twenty years. He takes his
stand u-oa the Chicago platf.rm, and
tells plainly what he would tax with
tariff, and what he would admit free
of du'y in the interest of the
masses and of American indus
tries. And he is right. Absolute free
traie, in view of tbe neces
sities of the government, is an impossi
bility. Without revenue ths United
States could not exist a day. That
revenue must be collected from im
ports, and the Democratic party has
always held that it shou d be collected
from tho30 things that are deemed
to be luxuries eo that tho neces
saries of life, tbo?e things
that entjr into general consumption,
may be brought to the poor man as
cheap as possible. If in thus adjust
in; the tariff many or few industries
find protection it is purely incidental,
and is not a protection intended and
arranged for as the primal ob
ject of tariff legislation. The
Democratic party, has always been
opposed to protection as something in
violation of the one and greatest
purpose of the people in the forma
tion of our government to prevent
claw legislation; to prevent tbe build
' ing np of a favored law at the expense
of the many, as the Republican party
has done; to prevent the encour
agement of greedy monopolists who
would fill their pockets and live in
luxury at the expense of the blood,
sweat, agony and lives of the laboring
misses. Mr. Phelan's sympathy with
the misses in a plainly evidenced feel
ing in all that he haB Slid to the public.
A plain, unassuming man, who has
always been, closely affiliated to tbe
people, be looks as if of them as well
as for them, he looks more like a
farmer, a man of the plow, than a
professional man, and his every day
manner and speech is like theirs. He
is a thorough Democrat, a real and
not a pretentious or sham Demo
crat, with words upon bis lips
and contempt in bis heart, and when
ever he thinks rr rpeaks npon the ne
cessities of legiala'ion so urgent and
appealing, bethinks and fp'aks as a
man of the people, whose sympathies
are as broad and as deep as their
needs. Memphis and the Tenth Dis
trict are fortunate in such a man, for
tunate in him as a nominee,
every way "worthy and well
qualified" to represent them in
the Fiftieth Congresp, to which
he is certain to be elected. He has
attained to a popularity tbat assures
a swsep'ng victory. In the few
months he devoted to sciiring so
much of the public goodwill as was
essential to his nomination he made
friends everywhere in the district,
friends among all class9s, and the de
termination ia as gounral to elect him
as was the telling in the convention
to nominate him. He cannot be defeated.
BROTHERS AT BOLIVAR
IOWX (JOES WILD WITH
Programme Mapped Oat by Grand
Marshal Vaogban Local Po
ISFICULTO TBI APriAL.I
Grand Junction,Tnn., O.tober 2.
The candidate tame from Jackson to
Bolivar on tbe morning tiain, and
were met by citiz"S and entertained
by Capt. A. T. cXeai. There was a
reception at the hotel t'll noon, when
about 20(10 c tizans assembled in the
courthouse yard, where they bad
e ec'ed and dtcoratf d a finestaad, and
there the debats was lis
tened to with intense interest.
Many of the leading citizens pro
nouccjd ths debate es tbe finest ever
heard here, and each was highly ap
plaud d by hi adhsrente. The ar
rangements and order have not been
excelled during the canvass, and both
brothers wers trf ated alike bv all.
Capt. A. T. MtNeal, a Demccr.t,
introduced A fin iaudeome style.wbo
proceeded to mtke a mist effective
speech, by far the beat made by him
dur'n tbe campaign, and he evident
ly ratdized the force he threw into bis
effort, and his frionds were delivbted
with him acd his speech. He de
voted about ba f Lis time to the tariff
and educational questions. He ad
vauced no special new featur?, but
was most clear and forcible, and had
B b was intrndured by thn Ilnrj. J.
A. Manson, late Speaker of the 11 .use,
and he warmed up with h a eubjrci
and soon Led his audience well in
hand, and swayed them at will. His
utteranc s were given with an ardur
rarely witnessed, lis refsrredio their
being the tanner courty of the Dem
ocracy of Tenneate?, aad they ll
shouted still louder.
Different prominent rren of both
parties said to me tl at Bob's at rag ti
me nt of the Republican porty was the
ab est and most elcquent amy of
fa(tsand arguments .they ever beard
from the etuap. They each had re
j .indrrs Sf arkiirg with wit, humor
and floe points, and Bob was Quite
felic tous in response for a il ral
tribute, which called forth en husra -tic
applause, and the larga rrjwd rf
ladiea ware delighted and the m-.s;
rap'uous of all.
IBPICUJ. TO THI 4FPI1L.I
Bolivar, Tbnn., Ojttber 2. The
candidates for Governor arrived in
this town from Jackson early this
By J I o'clock 2003 or 3000 people
from all parts of tbe county hr.d come
in town to bear Alt and Bob disnutg
the political topics of the day. B.b
was the first to sroak. He was intro
duced by Capt. McNea1. His Fpeech
was strong and convinciig. and
often abounded with eloquent tlights.
His indictment and vtntilatirn
of the rot en record of tbe Rspublican
party was powerlulandhadasnltndid
effect upon the audience. He de
nounced the existing war tariff in
strong and unmeasured terms. In
brief, be ehowed up the cnirupt'on of
the Kepublican perty wan telling el-
feet. Alter bis speech, every man yon
met was lor iiob Uyior.
Alf was iotrcductd by Capt. Mc
Neal. His speech, is usual, was in
the same line as all bis former ones.
It was almost who ly confined to the
discission of t:;e Blair bill and the
tariff. Alf is b( coming backed, as he
is now in a section of the State where
he has but few smpa'hiz'w. The
candidates go from hero to Covington,
where they speak ner Monday.
The Tajler Itcreplion.
The following programme for tbe
reception of the Hon. R. L. Taylor on
Tnomlay next has been arranged by
the committee in charge:
The procession will form at 11 o'clock
am. on Second a re at, wiih tLe front
opposite the east gate of Court Square,
and in the following order: -
1. Moun'ed po ictinen.
2. Arnold's Bind.
3. Carriago drawn by four horses
and occupied hy the Hots. D. PHad
den, James M. Greer and Hairy M.
4. Carriage for the Committee of
5. Carriage for the reporters accom
panying Mr. Taylor.
6. Carriage for reporters of the city
7. Carriage containing the officers of
the State and County Democratic Kx
8. Carriago containing tbe presi
dents of the Merchants' and Cotton
9. Carriage containing county of
ficials. 10. Carriage containing MeFsrc
Looney, Callaway, Keating and Doak.
11. Mounted hordemen.
12. Citizens ho carnages and buggies.
13. Citizens on foot.
The procrssion will move out Sec
ond street to the crossing of the Chesa
peake, Ohio and Southwestern ra'l
road, there meeting the train, when
Mr. Taylor will be welcomed in a
speech by the Hon. James M. Greer.
It will then form and the line cf
march will be as follows:
Fiom the ciosslng rf the "'Cbeea
peake, Ohio and booth western rail
road down Second etreet to Auction;
thencs west on Autton to Main;
thence down Main street to the Pea
body Hotel, where tbe candidate for
Governor will be introdueod in a
speech by the Hon. Harry M. Hill.
Speaking on the bluff will com
mence promptly at 7:30 o'clock p.m.
The ladies are especially invited to at
tend. Bests will be provided for at
least 1000, and the bst of order will
be preserved. Mr. Taylor will be
escorted from the Peabody Hotel to
the speaker's aland by the Merchants'
Z wares, with Capt. Deflry in com
mand. The seats in the center of the stand
will be reserved for tbe reporters, pub
lic officials, and Executive Committee
men of each party. The seats at
either end of the stand will be for the
ladies and their escorts.
The deputy marshals will provids
themselves with a blue sash and white
rosette. All partic'patirjg in tbe pro
cession are r quested to wear a
white rose or rosette in the lapel of
the r coat.
All deputy morjbals will report
promptly at 11:30 o'clock sharp, on
Tuesday morning, at east ga e of
ConrtSqua'e. All Democrat?, white
and coloied, are respectfully icvited to
pait cipate in all the ceremonies. The
citizens on foot wi.l j in the proems on
on tbe return march op,tsit3 tbe
The following gentlemen have been
appointed assistant maishals, who will
act aa an escort to the Hon, R, L, Tay
lor iu the procession: I. X. Snowden,
Simon W. ureep, w. u. noar, unoer;
Kaine, James V. Hunter.Ciemr Weath
erford, Alfred 8. Jones and V. A.
Gage, who will pleese notify tl:e grand
marshal wnemur uiey cnaajceptor
not. By o'der of
A. J. VAUOUN, (Irand MiiMhal.
Tbe Zorntvm ia Line.
The Merchants' Z maves have ten
dered their services toeoeort tbe Hon.
Robt. Taylor Tuesday night, and they
bava b-en accep ed. They will renoi-t
at ihPidic Stt'ion for duty att:30
o'clock Tuesday night. The boys are
putting forth every effort to nake a
creditab'e fist public aupearanc.
They are repidly teooming a firat
cliss coinpanv, and will try and capt
ure a prizsat Washington nexuprinr.
Tbe Advance tiunrd.
C. S: John, secretary to the Hon.
Vn'-nrt- TavLir. unit Ik pnrrpflfinnd jnt. nf
the New York Herald and Knoxville
Tihunf; Col. J. U. unlh u, ot tl e Mush
willn Trn!nn ftnl. Tnrn Rakf r. r; nri.
ontnticn nf lha Rpnlltilicftn nrrtxi". unit
J. A. Cunningham, of the Nashville
American, arrived last nigNt on tha
Memphis and Charleston railroad and
will romnin rwnr Hnn(l..v in the nitv
The halanca of the pary will arrive
Tuesday, xne urouiera speaic at uov
NpeablnK at Covington.
A report in full of Mr. James
Phe'au's ppeach at Covington ye:tet
day will b found on the second page.
He spoke for more tl an two boms and
was listened to attentively through
out, heartily indors d and generously
applauded. Heimprtsei everyone
with bis thorough knowledge of the
tubjact and bis ab 1 ty acd Btatasman
thip. Mr. Phelau is ex'rpmely prpular
with the people of T.p'on ai.d witu tr e
farming nnpulaticn ho has specially
endeared himself by bis simplicity of
charecttr, courteous manners and en
tire want of affditatton His elect on
is assured beyond a doubt if the
hearty support of the so id Democ
racy of old Tipton can secure thateud.
JOHN SHERUANAT LOUISVILLE.
He Opens the NlMe t'Hiiipnltfii fur
Louisville, Kv., October 2. Sena
tor John Miermau, bv invitation of
the Repub'ican State Executive Com
mittoe, snived hr8 this a'ternooo
and opeied the Congressionnl cam
paign for the Republicans. He nas
t.nlcred a publ c reccp ion at the
Gait Hocse in the early aftarnoon,
and afterwards participated in the
ceremonies of the laying of the cor
ner (tone of Louisville's i ew Custom
house. He was then diiveu over tne
city and shown the places of interest.
At night ths LiederkraEz Hall was
packed f'Om gallery to s'rge with an
enthusiastic audience. Mr. Sherman
was applauded throughout bis ad
dreES. In closing htB address, reforring
to ths pol.t.cal contest, in thin d strict
between tho Ho is A. G. Catuth and
A 8. Willis for the Derao ratic nomi
nation, Mr. Sherman advised thn Dem
ocrats to comprcmue aud Battle their
differences by voting for the Republi
can nominee, Augustus Wileon,
Death or an Honored ( lllaen Jp
pointed Indian Afrnt-Bnlter.
laPEOIAL TO THI APPIiL.I
Abrrdebn, Mifs., October 2. For
forty years few men have been more
prominent in this part of Mississippi
in tocial, basinets end religious cir
cles than Cept. Columbus Love. He
rccupied a p ace in the front rat k of
honored citizensnip. lie was stricken
with paralysis a few days ago and died
yesterday evening. His remains were
buried from the Baptist Church at 2
o'clock p m. today. J he funeral serv
ices were conducted by the Rev. Dr.
B seman, of Meridian, and the Rw.
A. J. Miller, ot the church here. 'J he
stores and shop-, were closed during
the funeral seiviues and business was
The Aberdeen creamery received au
ord-r for 400 pounds ot butter from
Mr. V. D. Walton has been ap
pointed Intian Agent at Mission Agen
cy, in San Bernardino county, Cal,,
and will leave at once for bis new field
of Itibor. f
A Kew Church to He Built la 1'ort
Sevfral years since, during tbe pas
toiate of Dr. Ilowau, the Central Bsp
t'st Chuich b gan a Mission Sundny
School in Soutu Memphis and has
continued it ever since. Within the
past two years this work has bf en un
der the leadership of Mr. S. J. Bolton,
a deacon of the Central Church, and
has greatly p ospend. Two years ago
the LUptists incorporated a' City Mis
sion Board, and this board has pur
chase d and paid for a very elegible lot
on Third street, near Jackson. Upon
this lot there is now' in process of
erection a beautiful, convenient and
comfortable bouse of worship, which
will be completed before Cniistmas.
This church will be thiee fourths ef a
mile from any other place of worship,
and is in Ue center of an intelligent
population of 3000 or 4000 peo
pe. It will bs seen at once that
this is a work deserving nraite. The
religious community of South Mem
phis are enthusiastic over tbe enter
prise and are contributing freely to its
Buccacs. Tbe Baptist Mission Board
have located in this field to take
charge of this work a thoroughly
educated and gifted voung preacher
in the pe son of the Rev. J. II. Snow,
He is an enterprising, go ahead min
ister, and bas already gathered a
congregation too large to ba accommo
dated in tbe hall over Miller's (tore.
The corner stone of the church will
be laid with appropriate ceremonies
next Thursday. It is to be known as
Rowan Mission Chapel.
LOCAL ltELI4l'oUS NEWS.
Yonng Hen' t'lirlvllnn Auorlatlon
All membsrs of tbe Young Men's
Christian Association are requested to
be present at tbe regular monthly
business meeting tomorrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock, at the hall, No. 203
Main street. Committees will make
their report", applications for mem
bership will be recaived, and all busi
ness transacted. Friends invited.
G spel service this evening at 4
o'clock. Young men's meeting Tues
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
kurvicbs at orach cnuRcu.
Religious services will be resumed
in Gia" Church this morning at 11
o'clock. Dr. Patterson Laviog returned
from hi" lecsnt vacation. Capt.
Samuel Caroes has made a gift cf a
furnace to ths church, wbich is cow
beirg placed in position,
THE BILGARM MIDDLE.
LJi(iL.VM) TO SIASD ItV AIS
Churchill in Favor of Further Op
pres-don far Ireland, ami So
Sofia, O.tober 2 Tbe reply of Bul
garia to Kufsia's demtuds 1i,.r been
delive ed. In it 11 ilgti accepts th
Can's terms, provided the independ
ence cf Bu'gaiiais formally guaran
teed. Favorable but hnrdd ominreli.
Berlin, October 2. Ti e Gtrman
prtss makes favorable but gunrded
comiaents on the epeech of Premier
Ti za on the Bulgarian qwtion in tbe
loner house of the Hui gari m Parlia
ment la t Thtmday, bu' tnakeHlitte
r.fereuce to the Austro-Hui gjrian al
liance ith Germany.
The Rndklitn Pr on Tlun'i Kpeerh
St. Pktkrmioro, Octobtr 2. Tbe
sp3ech made hy Prim" Minister Ti .a
iu the Hungarian Pari anient, es
pecially those portions ra'a ing to tbe
indtpsndenVe of the Balkan States
and Austria's datermiuat on to pre
vail the fstablirhment of a protec
torate over Bulgaria by any eingla
foreign power, has tal'ed f nth many
expressions of disajiproval fr in the
R ieiao pr.'S'.
The Nowe Vrtmya accu8?s Heir
Tisza of wishing to captivate thn fym
p l ilies of the rulers of tbe Balkan
States so as to use them as a cover to
wpgrt war egainst the just and modeia e
deoiends of Rusda.
The tUMe or hiK Conlloued.
St. PaTERr-DURQ, October 2 The
state cf en ge, which has been main
tained in Russia since the asenRsina
tion of the Czar, Alexacdtr II, has by
an imperial decree b.en continued in
ten provinces, including S Pettra
burg, Mcscow. live dienicts of Tau
rida, aratoff, R stoff, OJefsa, Tagan
rrg, Kertch, Sabastopol and Nicolaieff.
Returned to I.ondoo.
London, October 2. Sir Michael
Hinks-Bcach, Chief Secretary for Ire
land, hrs returned to Loudon. It is
stated thn'. his expsrience in Ireland
bus convinced him that exceptional
measures will be necessary to main
tain order in the country befnrs 1887.
It is furiher ssid tbat the Conservative
members of Parliament will be noti
fied that their presence at the Novem
ber session of Parliament will bs
r.ecpfsary,in view of the recommenda
tions to be made by the government
Lord Randolph Cburrhlll Talhn.
London, October 2 Lor i Randolph
Cburchill, soeaking at Dan ford to
nigit, said ths House of Commons
was the slave oi the caprice
of Ridcils and Parnellit?s; it
was imperative to provide sim
ple end effective means of closing
deba'es. If Ireland followed the a 1
viceof sgiiatora such action would
lead to further repression, but Irish
commerce had begun to improve, and
with the present good harvest the peo
p e of Ireland a got anticipa'e bright
er times. W.th regard to atfalis in
Bulgaria, be said ,it was iropowible to
foreshadow tbe outcome; but he still
hoped a pf aceful sett'ement would bs
effte'ed, and Englard onght to sup
port Aus'ria in her difficulty.
Closino prices of November options
at Chiiag'o yes'etdiiy: Pork, $.S 8o.
Lard, J5 77J. Cloar rb sidep, (i 15.
Corn, 37Jc. Wheat, 74Jr OatB,2.oilo.
ViriTons on 'Chanire yosterday: Y.
M. Riz.-r, Franklin, Ttnn.; J. K. Bull,
Liverpool; L Lucy, Helena, Ark.;
O. B. Crittenden, Gaines Landing;
A. V. Peact field. Hormville, .Mits.;
D. R. Scott, New Orltsns.
A NUMitKR of Front Btreft mercbsLta
have be n reverely bit. en by the
heovy decline in lard. Th-y were in
du :ed to bii7 by one of Armour's bull
circulars. Tliy havtn't gi t as much
money now as they had before, but
thay ve gt a heap of ezpsrienco.
TnR amount rf wheat and flour now
iu transit to Eur-pe, tcgother with the
v fdblo supply of wneat in the United
S utes and Canada, is estimated a lilt.
7.i,4:il bushelp, sgalnst C8,L13,S1:5
bushels a year ago; and of crrn, 18,
275 791 btiBhcds, against 8,732,(il
Ik tho present cotton crop does not
realize good prices the South will be
largely ti blame. Advices from New
York indicate that the South is ''bear
ish" and tbat the bulk of the short
sales are made for Sonthera account.
Ic is hard to understand bow anyone
having the welfare of Southern plant
ers at heart can delibrratety join in a
movement whose ultimate end must
mean di'os'er to those he desires to
serve. If the speculative fever can so
influence well meaning men as to in
dues them to jeopardize the interests
of their neighbor in order to effect a
personal gain it is time for the strong
arm of public opinion to intervene and
check such methods of acquiring
wealth. Legislation against future
speculation has been tried and proven
ineffective. It is high time to reeort
to other methods. " ,
"He saw before him the Gladiator
die." Yes, and be woldn't, perhaps,
if there had only been a sensible man
to rnb him well with Salvation Oil.
Tobacco Injured Badly by Froat.
Nashville, Tbnn., October 2. Tele
grams to the 4mcrt'can from tlie prin
cipal tobacco growing coin t fs in the
Slate say that la t night's frost dam
aged the nutsUndirg tobarco crop
from 30 to 60 per cent. Oa an average
only about one half the crop bad baen
Another lana;eroua Cave In.
Naw Oblbanh, La., October 2. A
special to tbe I'icayutie from Plariue
minesays: Another cave in of the
rivr bank occurred here thia evening
at the bead of Court street, fronting
tbe center of the town. It looks now
as if ths wholo town front was
Havc prfsribjd Tongaline in two
casts f periodic headache of a neural
gic character, and in both ins'ances
with enfre sntcs. I think that it
will do all that yen claim for it, ond
T. C. MILLER, M.D., Dutnn, Ark.
A. 6. RHODES & CO
Hhv Removed to
aaa hhoond t.
Wber they will continue to ixll Ifnune Fur
oiibiDi QoeU Cfteniw ThD Anybody,
and on Jtaaler Term
Mt'NIElONIl'0-lh'H. infnnt ton tif Jo
seph D. an Annio Mont-iimL'o. ilieil but
urdaf, tk'tuber 2d, at 10:30 oVI.irk p ui.
Funeral train residence on I'ni. n nvetiuo,
Monday, October 4th, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Friendt and aciuaiatancee invited to attend.
rwMork t'erHnlrd for Ke'eetlon,
AaHortanent, nnd Abote All, Price
narNever Brfore In Our lit. lory, er
In the Annala ut Our Hy, amve
We Breat Enabled to Oner tturh
Coiuplettnraa t Our Pnlrona.
na-Nndeally, but Flrmty, We Wou'd
t'Hll Your Attentlun to the Fol
lowlna I.tnca of t'loe Itrean t'nb
rica, Which t hallenice Iho Amrr.
Icnn Mnrltet Produce Their
Kqiml In Vn'ue, Myle and I flee).
ALL WOOL, 50o per yard, embracing-52-Inch
Knglih Royal frerire. Koun'o ciM. Klcb
Heavy Oooui. 4i INCU WIHK WOOL
8KMOKS in f Mi ados 42 INCH K.N
OI.I.sll CIlKVIOlS, for 'l'ailor Suitf,
Four Illuminated Muturea.
EXTRA FINRST ALL WOOL, T5 perynrd.
4ft Inch biat-onu All Wool Faille, Five
New Colorlno the Neweetand Prettient
Material lor Stylub Wear.
HOOPER YAKD, all Btlra Fine, Uenrr,
ltich Qualities 61-lnrh Kcglish Wide
Wiil ere. Striped Camsla Utir Sergei
and Chocked 1'ailoringa.
Have a ward to any In regard to llati.
KK KMKK'S are Par Kioelience the II AT
HOUSE not only of Meuipbiii.butof the
entire Southweit. Now, it' you wantrhe
Correct London or Paria Shape of the
freaent time we will aell you one f r t-M.
t our American btyle will auit you. we
will aell you an excellent one of Heal
Felt or Heal Far Felt at II 2i. We are
pimply able to annihilate any proponed
competition for trade. Now, aga.n, if
you want the Correct Shane in Wool Felt,
we will aell it to you at 75c, but we have
a Una to aell you ai 4Ho.
Will eihiblt on MONDAY M.000 FANCY
FKATUKRH at 23c, worth $100 JJKAI'
TIU'L IllUD and liAT ORNAMKNTS
at $1 39.
HAVE BKKN the talk of the twn..JUH-
and reokleia in aaaortment ana protu
lon. The yery ehoieeat productiona of
Pingat, Worth and Jourdao Aubrey
graoe our eountera. We have theatock,
KRKMKR'rt Magnificent Wrapa will be
on exhibition. Coma to hcudquurMri
and et the eorreet garment.
A LINE OF JACKETS for Immediate wear
at I6MI. JACKIT8 are HI'fUHIi and
PHOPBR. ketone at blKKMBu'tU Yoa
will look well in It.
LIGHT WEIGHT WltirS for Pall at dreat
Bargaina. WRAPS of the kind we have
enpeoially auitable for ynu. Tnu can buy
tbem oheap only lrom KREMUR'8.
WE HAVE no me Wonderful Bargain ia
CUILURKfi'S CLOAKS. FINK ONIttj.
Exceptional in QUALITY and DRSION.
There are only to ba round at KRKM KR'H
Pricea wi I astoniah you for lowneia.
KRK MRU'S HANDSOME WRAPS are ai in
ly lunerb. Hot one. and oonaenuently
le happy and woll eatldfled with youraell.
Kronior's GIovo Department
ALWAYS THE BEST. (Innrnnteid Foiter
ulovea for II UU in all oolora.
THE Now Embroidered Glovee In S Button
for tl 50.
A LINE of Real Klda in 4-Dutton at 50c.
UNDRKSSEl) 4-Buttona In full aaaortment
at II 10.
Kremcr's Trimming Depart
meut RmilT TO TUB FRONT. Sl.i par yard.
II .ndeome Feather Triiaiutnga in All IA
fecta. JET DROP TRIMMING at2(l per yard.
THE RICHEST TRIMMINGS EVER I)IS.
1'liAHKU 11 hi K P. . Anything you want
we nave it.
TUOlISANDSand Thouaanda of New BUT
TONS at 1IM, lAo and 25 o a doten.
Kremcr's Kibbon Department
HAS EVRRYTIIING Novel, Rich and Ne-
eaaary to tbe proner erTret of drnaa in it.
Look at our Ribhon Diaulay Monday.
We will atart at. lOo and huild up to lit 50
per yard tne JMneat Kibbon Dliplay in
Aii Effort ia Corsets.
THIRTY-THREE CENTS will buy at KRR
MER'H on Monday a Oonet north II 00
In addition to thia we have the Very Beat
Mnkea of Cornel a in the market at tbe
KUI'..1f Eli'M NUOIV
NEW PATTERN BONNETS AND HATS
Novelties in All Departments
jrHirs;aln That Will Attract Ton
Acaln nnd Asaln.
a-Kvrry TUIIor, Every t'lllaen nnd
C lllaeneaa f'.vperlnlly Hnat Re to
ANGERONA LODGE, No.ing, F. Jl
and A.M.-Will rn-etin atated ffii.
nioalion MONDAY NlUHT.V
r 4, 18(1, at 7 :30 o'clock. Via-jf
rothra fraternally and eor-' '
diallr invited. Bv order of
GEO. T. BASSETT, W. M.
Atteat: DopogQ. Trad. Becretary.
Me mphU Building' and Havlngg Ang'n
TUB regular monthly meeting of Director!
will be held Monday evening, Oct. ttb.at
7:.fll o cii.ck. Liuea payable (luring tuameaa
houra. New aeriea open. In which loana oan
beaneoiea. u order,
JAS. S. ROBINSON, Preat,
Say'r, Hikhcii. Hecrotary.
II. I. O. KLIiN.
MEMPHIb LOUOK, NO. 27, B. P. 0.
Kike Oflioera and rnembara are re-
((urnled to attend a uieotini, at their hull,
Odd Kellow.'huildinii.lhia (riUNOAVJeven
im. tiotohrr Hd. at 1 :'M o'clock. ViiitliiK
broihera fraternally invited.
HEO. W. BMITU.E. R.
Chab. Bori?Trit, Serrerarv.
DIt. K. L. LASKI,
riijsicliiit, Snrpon auil Acconcher,
REHIDENCB AND OFFICE.
313 JttalD Nlreet, JVear I'nlou.
Telephone No. M.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGT.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEMPITIH, - - - TENX.
A RAFK laEPOnIT TRUST lOHIMSr AI NAVIKUW HAM li.
NO. 42 MADIMO KTKKET, MICH I'll I.N, TI'.SX.
R. P. FrUYKtR, Pres. W. N. Wiukiison, V. P. R. J. Black, Caahier.
IlOAHIa OF lllKM'IOKN.
W. D. Bathell, T. tl. Allen, W. F.Taylor, R.Dudley Frnyer. R. B Snowden, J R.
tlodwln, 8. P. Head, W. A. Williamton, Jonn Orertun, dr , t-. 1. AlcOowell, W.N. W li
ke rjon, K. J. Bhick.
Depoaita roceired from M centa upward, and inlereat allowed on aau e acmi-annually.
Will buy and aell local aocuritlea, act aa Trustee, Keoeiver, etc., lor coriorati'na or indi
Tldua'a. Ilve a cnmmodioui yault fr the depnit of yaluahlea for the henellt ( HK.iltl
LAK OUSTOMKHS, free ot nharifo. Safe Depoait lloxea lor ran. NavlngN N.rclnll
pllclirl. Aufhorl-d o la n tnrkl lt'n4liiir llnlne.
iw ,: ' 1
Quarter of a Century in
No, 322 and 324 MAIN'
: 1 -W I
GUNS, .STOVES, TIWAKE,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
.K.eOUWIN,Pres't. J.M,WQ0aV Vlce-Pre't. C.H. RAINE,CMkl
Board of Dlrootorn.
f'jS ff & A RL ES N BT ' EM11"
LrA epliry it tho Htnte of Tennea.ee. Trnnanet. n (.eater! Bnht .
r B.ai.eaa nnd Blwea Biaeelnl Attention to )ollelw".-.JM
AlABAMA SPUWT COAL
Has KTo Superior.
Dry nnd t'lenn from the t nre In ttnnullllea to Nult Inreher.
Office. 278 Second St. I TKrK ) Yard, M. & F. Depot.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 326 and 328 Main St., Memphio,:Tenn.
anr-(TR "Tom OP FAI.I. AMI WINTER Mt ! I.AKQFR AND M(!il
COMF1, BTK THAN ITCK Blefl, and our rioea will compare with thoaa of any htUJ
ba the MaiUd tilalea. W. art AanU for
TeiaeMM unnractorliig Cc'i riiiMn, Drills. Starling, Shirt Irif, EST
P. W. FLY.
Lata ol Commerce. MiM.
F. B. HERHON.
Late ot Coffeeville. Miaa.
Cotlon Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street
And Commission Merchants,
Wo, 34 and SG Madison JStreet, MeSiM
j5 irs a
o j- 2.2
rs m u V3
Ma r 1
r- ss- ss
o n J
the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENW.
SOU G HUM MILLS.
Late of Brooks, Ncely A Co.