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MEMPHIS, TtiVX., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, LSSli.
VOL. XL VI NO. 235
Thk Boston Advertiser (Rep.) thinks I
Mr. Long o;i!d have a pret'y goad
baccs of getting cn the tail end cf
ha Republic m Presidential wagon in
18S8 if he should be now elected to
the Unitad States Senate from Massa-
SECRETARY Jl HMD'S
ULAL1II (,00D, AND IIE WILL
SUOJf BE AT HIS DESK.
Dr. Thornton did Memphis good
Bervlce yesterday ia the paper he read
befjre the American Public Heath
Association, reviewicg the sanitary
hietory of the city, which, once re
garded as a plague spot, is now one of
the best sewered cities in the Union.
The Complexion of the Fiftieth Con
gress Probably Abaat the
Same as the Last
Thb report as to the prjwing cotton
crop in ths Memphis dietrict for tbe
month of September, for which we
are indebted to Hill, Fontaine & Co.,
shows a prospective increase of 7 per
cent in the amount of cotton as com
pared with that of last year, equal to
about 42,000 Hale?.
Wi call special attention to tbe ad
dre3S cf the Democratic Commutes of
the Third Congressional District of
Mississippi, for which we make rcona
on tbe second page. It is a plain
statement of undeniable facts that
c wnot fa 1 of effect with all thinking
men, whether Republican? or Demo
crats. Intelligence must govern.
WA8IHNGT.W, D. D., O .tober 7.
oi. iamr t h rrturned to Washirg-
ton from New York. His visit to that
city was made at the requst of Ihe
President for tbe express purpose of
tsceitaining tne exart etite ot Secre
tary Manniogs health end tbe pios-
pects of his resuming Lis duties at the
treasury JJe part merit. Acccrding to
Col. Larnont's report, Secretary Man
ning is in good condi ten and snows
no signs whatever of bia rectmt Mness
beyond a slight lament s. The Sncre-
tiry eirnestly desires to go back to
the Treieury, and exi refsea confidence
in bis ability to aeain take up tbe
work of that department, tempcarily
at least. He fa d he would come to
Washington as s on rs his home was
ready to receive him and his family,
ana lie ex pec ed it t be ready by Sat
urday rext. There'ore tbe pwpeits
ere tna' becretary Mi nmng w.ll occu
py nis o'a ollice in the Treasury De
partment by Monday next.
ixh Maeacliu-e:tR, Second and
Fifth Michigan and tbe Eghth
and Twenty-sevemh Pennsylva
nia. Twenty-three Republican die
triets are . ie;ardtd doubt'ul
Second San Franc'ecrr, First Connect -cut,
Twentieth I lioois, Tenth Indiana,
Filth Maryland, Ninth Mwachnsetts,
Fourth Michigan, Sixth New Jersey,
Thirty-second and Ti.irtv.third New
York (Farquars aud Weber's die
trie e), Sicond North Carolina, Third,
"fVHDth and Twenty-first Ohio,
Twel tb, Thiit?er.th and ptrrmps
Twenty-fifth Pennrylvania, First Wwt
Virginia, Third and Fourth Wisron
"in and perhaps First Tennessee. Tbe
Republican C lusreaeional CommittHn
have not made an rstimatj, but ex
plain the sanguine views of their
Democratic opponents on tbe around
that tbey occupy the house of the late
Ztch Chandler, whose motto was
' Claim everything."
Thb travelers, cr as they are better
known, the drumuers, a most useful
clas3, entertained a number of invited
guests at .their clubroomi last n;ght,
the occasion being made one of unu
sual enjoyment. The principal
speeches were those of Mr. Greer and
Mr. Barney Hughes, full reports of
which will b found on another pag?
Mb. Manning, a telegram fiom
Washington assure U', is to return to
his post at the head of the Treasury,
j.ne country at large will rejoice to
hear this, for no man in that position
since Chase retired from it has made
83 high a reputation for promptness,
decision and prudence. Mr. Manning
has tbe confidence of financiers, es
penally as a man of unsurpassed
Th reception given to the vener
able historian Bancroft, at Newport,
R. I., on Mjnday last is repsrted at
length in the Eastern papers as every
way worthy the distinguished states
man, .whose public services are lost
behind the greater eclat- that his his
tory biought him. He was tbe cen
ter of a brillfaat throng of the beauty
and fashion of the famous watering
Thb Vicksburg Herald says of Mr,
James Phelan's speech, reported in
last Sunday's Atpsal that it "is so
much above the harangue of the aver-
ags candidate, so replete with rich
thonght, splendid sentiment and
sound doctrine that we take special
pleasure in reproducing a portion of
it, expressing the hope at the same
time that Mr. Phelan may be triumph
Thb unanimity and promptness with
which Speaker Carlisle was nominated
by the Damocrats of the Sixth Ken
tucky District is encouraging to eal
ability. He is one of the ablest, if not
the ablest Democrat in Congress, and
nas proven nimsslf every way worthy
the confidence thu i expressed. Even
the Republican papers of Ohio are
jubilant over his nomination an 1 free
ly predict bis rn-elention.
Thb editorial from the Miwmipji
Valley Medical Monthly, treating of the
condition of the City Hospital, to which
we called attrition yesterday, was by
mistake left out. It wiil b3 found on
the sixth pege of this Appeal. We
embracd the oci-aiion of its appear
ance to ernphfs'r? all that wa said
yesterday, and aeain expresshe hnr
that tbe Taxing Dietrict government
win at once take Hops to relieve us of
the glaring disprace so carefully de
scribed by our medical contemporary.
Thb House of Delegates of the Gen
enral Convention of the Episcopal
Church, silting at Chicago yesteiday,
took up the question of the revision
of the Prayer Biok, the discussion on
which was interrupted by a massage
frem the House of Bishops, the con
sideration of which consumed the rest
of the day. It will very likely come
up for consideration today, A resolu
tion to change tbe name of the church
to "The American Catholic Church"
was very promptly and sensibly voted
down. An interesting subject that
may be broached tsday is that of more
fraternal relations between the church
and other Christian bodies.
PoLfrics in North Carolina are vary
much mixed. Three Democratic Con
gressmen have been refused a re
nomination because of the popular dis
satisfaction with the way tbe Feder.l
patronage has been dietributed, and,
in six out of the nine districts, In
dependent Democratic candidates are
running against the regular nominees.
O'Hara, tbe only Republican Con
gressman, is a mulatto, and the darker
skinned colored men have made war
upon him on that account, putting in
the field a jet black negro.
A special from Toronto informs us
that the next meeting of the American
Pablic Health Association is tr be
held in this city. This is most grat
ifying news. Here, above and beyond
all tbe cities of tbe continent, the
greatest and most complete san
itary reforms have been effected,
and here this most ueful
of organizations will find the faireBt
illustrations of the work it has for ten
years been forcing upon the attention
of tho American people. A bfarty
welcome awaits the scientists whose
special labor it is to lessen disease and
lengthen tbe years of human life,
The Fiftieth Conirrco.
The list of nominees for Congr?s3 at
itepuDiican and jJ.mocatic headquar
ters in this city is substantially the
Fame. Election have alreadv been
held in Oregon, Vermont and Maine,
aud tne delcgi-t'on' in the fiftieth
Congrsswill be the same as in the
present Cougres'. In Alabama there
will be changes ia the Fifth and 8 xth
Distiicts, MeeK'R. Sudler and Martin
b.-ing succeeded by Mrssre. Cobb and
Bankuead. Arkansas will reiurn tbe
present delegation, la California
Messrs. McKenna and Morrow are tbe
on'y members of tbe present delega
tion renominatsd. - Co'oraio will re
turn Mr, Symes. In Connecticut two
of the four members have been renom
inated. Mr. Wait, the fa her
of the House in veari. and
who has been a member five
termp, retires to private life. Dela
wa'e substitutes Mr. Pennington for
Mr. i.ore. iiorida will return the
present delegation. Georgia has
dropped Messrs. Horns, Hammond
and Reese. Illinois changes but three
of her representatives that is, in the
rnird, Twei'tti and Seventeenth Die
incis. in ina ana tne new nominees
are from the First. Second. Ninth and
Thirteenth Districts. Iowa drops Jor-
ry jnurpny in tne becond U stnor, and
Kansas Mr. uanback in tbe Sixth
These are tbe only (barges in these
two delegations. In Kentucky Mr.
Robertson in the Fourth and
Col. Wolford in the Eleventh
both Democrats and Mr.Wadsworth.
Republican, are not renominated.
Louisiana has thiee new r.omineee.
returning Messrs. Jung. St. Martin
end lriOD. In Mary and ths present
delegation, except in tbe Thud Dis
trict, will be returned, though Mr.
Finilay hai not vet been nominated
in tbe Fourth Dietrict. Miseachu
setts nas thus far held only three
convention?, renominating Messrs,
Rice. Davis and Stone. Mr. Patrick
Collins, of Boston, will not again be a
candidate. The delegation will, with
this exception, probably be the same
as a- present, though there is doubt
tne Lynn District, will again succeed,
In Michigan changes have been
made in the First, Second, Fifth, Sixth
and Seventh. Tbe nomination has
not been made in tbe Tenth District.
Minnesota changes the first three dis
tricts, leaving Mr. Gilfillan and Mr,
Nelson on the list. In Mississippi
Mr. Singleton, who was a member of
tbe Thirty-third Congress, in Pierce's
adminietrrtt on, retires. In the Sev
enth District Gen. Charles E. Hroker,
an old member, succeeds Mr. Barku-
dale. Miswuri changes only in the
Second and fourteenth Districts, and
Nebraska in the fir t. Nevada hsn re
nominated Mr. Washburn. New
Hampshire retains Me'.srs. li-ivnes and
tMllirger. flew Jersey will loss Mr.
Green, who has ben nominated
for Gjvernnr. The delegation, with
this excpptirm, will probably be the
same, jn jnow xoris Me;srj. tjtahl
necktr, Swinburne, Hiscock and Nut
ling are tho only nominees f; r rs-elec
tion. Mr. rindar has been defdated
in the Twenty fouith aud Mr. Ses
sions in the Thirty-fourth. Out of
Ihe tbiity-four membtro only six have
iuus iar O'en named. JNnrth Cora lit!
changes in the First, Third, Fourth
and Sixth. Ohio has renominated all
thepreeent members except two, wi:h
a third to be added. Mr. Lefevre retir
ing. In Pennevlvania changes have
bi iar oeen maae in eig it districts.
Gov. Curtin retires, and Mr. Mai h,
an oia memoer, will succeed Mr.
Sweepe. Mr. Bovle. in the Twentv
first District, is to have the onooaition
of Mr. Raffetty, who is said to be very
anxious to come to Congress. Rhode
island lias not vet nominated. In
South Carolina Mr. Aiken retires cn
account oi ill health, and nominations
have not been made in the Fourth and
Fifth Districts. In Tenn
ick Random Butler eccceeds Mr. Petti
bone and Senator Whitthorne is nom
ina'ed in the Seventh. Changes also
occur in tbe Sixth and Eighth Dis
tricts. Texas drops Mersrs. Jones,
Throckmorton, Welborn and Miller.
Virginia tranafers Mr. l)inil to thr,
Senate. Mr. Tucker and Mr. Barbour
retire. Mews. Libby and Brady, tbe
two Republicans, were defeated for re-
nomination, as was also Mr. Trigg, tbe
Democrat from Abingdon. West Vir
ginia has made but one change, Mr.
Gibson in the Fourth District. Wis
consin drops Mr. Bragg. Mr. Van
echaick declines to b'cpme a candid
ate ana Mr. uuentnei was not renom
There have thus far
Hons held in 16J of the 185 Democrat.
lc districts as represented in the pres-
Anf a n A KU 1 . - 1 1
vuv cdj uu ju Have laiieu oi re
nomination. In 140 Republican dis
tricts as row represented there have
D?en but 117 conventions and 20 bave
failed of renouii nation. Of the 325
members of the Forty-Mghth Contress
185 were re-elected. The indications
are that the next Congress will bave
2 '5 of the nresent memhnriikin nf tha
At Democratic headonnrrorj thn n.
timated gains are in the 8:cmd and
Sixth California. Eieh
inaiana, jNinth Kentutky, F.fch Mis
siuti. Tenth Tennessee and Nintecnth
New Yoik, the Alb?, y diatric', a total
of eight; offset by conceded lorses in
tl!?.A1"rd Iiliuois. Ninth Indians,
l-ifthlows, Twenty-third New York,
Mr. SpriggB's district, anrt fnnr Oi.in
districts. Eleven Democratic districts
are regarded as doubtful the Fourth
Connecticut, Tenth, E eventh and Six
teenth Illinois, First and Sixth Iowa,
Elizabeth, N. J., October 7. John
Ktao, jr., w.-s nominated today in the
Third Congressional District by the
napuDticans icr u,)ngrcs. ina dig
inct is jjeinrcra'ic. cut Kan wes
elected nver Miles R cs in 188:.'.
Naw York:, Oc'oner 7. The fol'ow
mg Longre moral nominations wei
mails to: N ew York St Lawrence.
Jtfr.-rsou ditstrict, Dmf-crat, A. Cor
bin, jr. Connecicut First Dietiict,
D-morrat. h. J. VaDce. leuresBntu the
lake element. Mnsfacbusetts Sixih
Dis'nct, DemccrBt, Henry B. Lover
in it, rennmination. South Carolina
iMl.h District, Democrat, John J
El-eov. nrka AkhoHh the ConMI
luiloBMliij or tbe Ulair Bill.
Dybrbdrg, Tknn.. Ojtob'r 7. Ex
Gov. Marks delivered a te'ling speei-h
neie vestsroay on the "Political Is
sues of the Day." He vigorously as-
tailed the conMitof iona'ity of the Blair
educational bill. Tbe Taylor brothers
will speak here today, and this will be
a big day lor Dyersburg. The lion
Robert L. Tay or came in latt night
aao was met at tue depot by an en
thusiastic host of Democrats and es
corted to the residence of Col. Tom
Neal and given a reception wortoy of
his hoet. Col. Alf Taylor will arrive
at l o ctncK p.m. today.
Mis. H. L. .board. an estimable lady.
who Kept tne J ucker Hotel here for
long time, died a few days ago.
GENERAL COS! ERENCE AS
SEMBLED AT SALT LAKE
McM All'lN On Thor.,1.. ...,., n.
tnbr 7, at 174 .Inuni on vnao, Mil
Kats JUcMahun, sited "j jnr.
Faoeral from the renidono this (FKIUAY)
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Semce! at St. Brii
ld"nrch. KTii!s rc Invited to it
Review tho Operations of the Ed
monds Bill, Which ihe; A 8
sort Is Enforced With
hECOND DAY'S SESSION
Int Attendance I.arce and Hatters
r Interest, to the Cnurch
larioiAL to tbs irriAL.I
Clarksvillb. Tknn.. October 7.
The attendance npon confeience today
nas Deen larger in Doin delegates and
visitors than on yesterday, and the
capacity of tbe lecture room of the
Method st Church, in which the sei-
eiuns are held, has been fully tested.
Tbe conference opened with prayer
by the Rev. Wa. Burr. Tne first
hour was given to report! and the
presenting of claims oi various church
institutions. Tbe Kav. David Morton,
of Louisville, secretary of tbe Board
of Church Extentioo, pressed the im
portance oi this work to the church.
I'rot. THlitt represented Vanderbilt
Univeisily. to the edification of tbe
audience. He was followed by Dr.
Leftwicb, who spoke of religious in
fluences thrown around pupils and
Vanderbilt. After this class b ad been
received by the confeteicc. Bishop
Hendrix expressed the feeling ot many
that it was a matter of deep regret to
hear it stated that a candidate for the
responsible and holy work of the min
istry was deficient in education when
there waj an institution so well
equipped within tbe bands of the con
ference, at which applicants could so
cheaply acquire an bduca iun.
Johnr. Williams, of Murfreeabor-
ougbdistiict, and AV. S. Harwell, cf
Columbia district, were readmitted to
the confeience relations.
A prominent figure in the confer
ence loday was the venerable D J. H.
McFeriin. TM3 servant oi God stated
that if he lived until 11 o'clock tomo
row De would then have been sixty
one yeais in tae ministry. Ques
tion ,'U "Are all tbe preach
era blameless in their life
and administration? ' wai aekei
loose sustaining superannuated
or supernumeiary relations were
pressed and referred to ihe Commit
ice on conference R Nations. The
body of superannuited minister? em
brakes the old guard of Methodism in
the earlier days of this country. They
are men woo nave done a grand work
and turned their armor and battle
axes over to younger and stronger
men, yet tne same tire Durns In their
hear s as oi old, and their zeal is un
abated. Many, of these old sol
diers of the crors were present
today, and wnen their names were
called they arcse from their seats to
cheer their cuccessors, with a hearty
uoa-speea 10 epesa 01 tne trials 01 the
past or contemplate the glorious rest
that is almost within their grasp,
After such expressions from these old
men, some brother would start a hymn
of victry or of hope. The entire
body would join in, and the effect
would be electrical. At such timea
there were few dry eyes in the large
Harlem Boaeti Bath Barned.
New York, Ootober 7. Fire this af
ternoon totally destroyed the Harlem
Beach Bath and other propetty en the
uariem river petween Une Hundred
and Sixteenth and One Hundred and
Seventeenth streets to tbe value of
$oo,UOO; Insurance 25,000.
Ta Combine Airalaat Vnlona.
Nsw York, October 7. There was
in this city tonight a conference of
representatives of tbe various building
trades for tbe purpose of effecting a
permanent organization for mutual
protection against tbe increasing de
mands of the unions. A committee
was named to prepare a plan of organ
ization. Ho Nborka for Four B-aja.
Chablkstok, 8. C, October 7.
Charleston has bad no return of
earthquake disturbances for four davs,
and everything is settling down.
Refugees are returning from the conu
try in increasing numbers every day.
Mr. Roiifiit Sutclifhb. late of Bir.
mingham, Eng'and, now a resident of
baitimore, claims: "F,.r nnnra via
Salvation Od is worth ita weight in
Lund bora's periume, Marchal Nile
Salt Lake, Utah, Octiber 7. At
the Mormon Geiiernl Co-ift-reuce at
Coxville, Utah, tidsy ao epistle was
reaa nom i-reaiui-ui lay lor and
Cannon congratulating tne people
up'-n the unity of faith increasing
among them, cau-ed by their present
po.lt on. and urges a ontinuaricd of
their efl'orti to live lives cf purity.tbat
the the evil dner and hypocrite my
be cast out. Tne present troubles are
merely a fu'Ullmen' cf ancient
prophecy, aud with God on their side
the people bave been grca'ly llissr!.
nod their rieain hiioku swell with
thanksgiving for the raUli ad
cue He has exienliM to the
families of Ihrse lii'i n oned, exiled
or on missions f-ir the burdens
they have borne for a'l. Ke
fernng to the District CjuM i of U-h
he coneiders the law unjustly a.l-
mtn'stered. 1 be course taken isextre-
mely vindictive and onrelentirg. Socixl
pur.ty and the supp-eis on ot vice i
not tue object, but the opnreis on of
individuals on account 01 rniigioui
position, uy i-unwarrantable ap
plication the- r. Imuncs ait
men ate made offenders beiausn
of religious airuples ard
rendered enmina s when not fa riy
amennoie 10 ineiaw. iiiiiividums who,
according to evidence, lived with one
wifn are presumed to have enhab'ted
with another and convicted when the
preeumplion is obhteratt d by proof.
In anumberof instancej where parties
honestly endeavored to live up to the
Edmunds law when indictmenis were
found the husband was almcst invar.
ab y convicted and samenced to the
full penalties oi Hue and imprison
ment. Contrary M the jurispru
dence ot centuries legal wives
were compelled under threats cf im
prisonment to tes lfy against lawtul
husbands and divulge sacred family
secrets by cj sterna of segregation. Aa
ouense scccrdiug to law and puuibha
ble to tbe utmost extent b six
months imprisonment and a tine of
$300. is multiplied into many offenses
and the lud sentence indicted for each
fraction. The plan adopted, nuking
several counts on one indictment, the
number not being defined by law, is
left to the arbitrary d spoci'ion of a
grand jury selected for ki.own ho'
lility to Mormons, and usually tools of
an unscrupulous aiid bitter District
Attorney. Fetit iurms are selected for
known antagonism to tbe Mor
moo. reiple, in nearlyevery instance
finding verdicts as a;kedbythe Dis
trict Attorney, obliv otis of the excu'
patory portion ot the evidence. Strnnir
anti-Mormon jurits are selected on
open venire to try Mormons on of
fenses not included in tbe Edmunds
act. tbe coorta deciding on Questions
of law piocedure, as desired by the
District Attorney, ignoring defendant'
counsels reqUsttfor legal instructions
to the jury, tha viciima being en
tirely at the mercy of their perse
cutors. He lefers bftierly to toe in
justice ' of compelling their wives
and children of tender yens to testify
in tne con its, and hecomiog instru
ments of their patents incarceration.
Many old men, who have contracted
no new marital obligations, but are
merely engaged in raring for families
hororahiy, are vie I ns oi the courts
malevolence, and the heartless severity
with which victims ere pursued is not
lor tne puuiic Dentin, but to wreak
vengeance on the Mormon Church.
Obedience to law, ae corstrued by the
courts, is difficult of comprehension,
owing to the numerous and diverso
dtfimtions. No beirg of humans feel
ings would ask that wives and chil
dren be abandoned and families
broken up, causing enrrow and angnioh
with no public beneiil rtsu'ting. Wn
are unequivrcal advocates of law and
order, auci a houh we contend agah.et
cruo), oppressive, nnsconnlitational
and ex pou facto aduiiiiis'.raiion cf
the Edmunds law, ve a aleo figlit:ng
a bittle fur civil and religion liberty
and f 1 ep.de m of cocscinnte on behalf
of common humauity and virtue.
Cba actriz-jd Mormons stand for
nothing, aud every etl'ort made to rob
us cf inherent legal riglits and deitroy
both, polygaoiists ami monogamists
alike, strong y admoni lies the people
to ding firmly to their principles, prac
ticing lives of puritv. sad triiBt God
for deliverance, which ultimately will
tJUl'TIl MKMrillS i.oikik No. 11
O 118, . ANO-A.M.-Will meet in J
statu communication this (KRI-'lr J?
DAY) even ina-.Crtobar 8th, at 1: 0
O olook. for ttia trans&Attnn nr r..n.
Iar mnnthlT buinem. All M. M ' in good
.nnuinir iraiernauy invitea to attend.
joj oraer. w . T bTOA K, W. M.
At'cit: J. L. Pm.i.tHa, Pecrtar.
ST. Kl.MO COMM ANPKKY, No
15. K.T. Will inert tn aiweial Jrk
eonO HTe thia (KK1DAY) vninir,V if
Oct. tith, at S o'clock, for work in V
the Red Croii Denree. Kraiitntand' '
oiournina Mr aniKhu cnurteoutly invited
uromer . w. M'KhltS. jr. KX.
Attet: Jia. a. Mimrrr, Kecordor
ALL V OOIj, M)e per yard, eiabracini W-tnch
nnguan Koyal eeriro, Knur t o'n. KieU
Heavy (looja. 42 INCU WIDK WOOL
SKHOKi In S thadea 42 INCH KN-
uiiiaii ciinviur-i, for Tailor (Suit.
four Auutamaieu mixiurea.
KXTRA FINKST ALL WOOL. 7fc rrd.
n men uiaiona Ail Wool f aille. Fit
xew uoioriun tne Nawentaud l'rettet
material lor Blylub Wear.
ft 00 PER YAMD, all Ritra Fine. Ueary,
men uuaiiiies ol-lnch HCKlmb Wido
wool aere. iriied Uauiela llair ISeraai
ana vneoaea lauorinm.
!? d to lay in retard to II at.
kHKMKR'bnre Par Eicellenoe the NAT
1IOH8K not ou ly of Mompbil, but of ihe
entire Southwell. Now, if yon wanttke
Correct London or l'arii Knape of the
r relent time we will aell yen one d r ti 6'l.
f our American Htyle will tuit you, we
will tell you an eicelient one of Real
Kelt or Real Fur Felt at It 22. We are
imply able to annihilate any propoaed
eompatition for trade. Now, acam, if
you want the Correct bhnne in Wool Felt,
we will sell it to you at 75e, but we hae
a line to lell yon at 4fe.
KREMER S CLOAKS
HAVE BEEN the talk of the town. Rich
and reckleia ia aninrtment and prolu
ion. The very ehoioent produeliona of
Pi mat. Worth and Jonrdan Anbrey
race our eounten. We hare the Mock,
ad weareelllBthem. THIS W KKK
KKKMKK i Macnifloeat Wrapt will be
en eihibition. Come to headquarleri
and it the eorreet (arment.
LINK OF JACKETS for Immediate wear
at Hi Ml. JACKSTS are HI'VLIHIl and
PROPER, (letoie at KRKMBu'ti. Ion
will look well In it.
LIGHT WEIOIIT WRAPS for Fall at Great
jjerireina. w nacn ot the kind we hat
especially tuitable for yoa. You ean buy
them cheap only Irom KRKMHH'8.
WEHAVB iom Wonderful Baraaina tn
CUILDREN'8 Ol.OAKH. FIN K ON H8,
Eioeptional in QUALITY and IKsKi,
Thete are only to be fonnd at KREM ER'B
Prieea wi 1 aitoniih you for lowneis.
KRBUIR'8 HANDSOME WRAPS are lim
ply (upern. net one, anil eouMqoentl
I happy and well latlifltd with youriel
FORTY ODD YEARS 0L0. ASSETS, Si,SOO,000
ktaTTa d IVlIcj-H.ilUers Id IHH:.. Ms I4( oiwt .n.i ..,. iimi.. r
oi y the beat
war-Such a record li really remarkable In itn exhibit of energetic and ki!
mennd '"'f f Policy-hold.r. Tl, pr0nt ZtlTZ i, ill
iZBr;tiM,i th1 'hat nJ be
piuiKi.Y nuriTir aimj hexck ixnuhoce at cost.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,,
Koom I, (knton Exchange liuildiitR
AKD TKUST COMPANY.
JAMES S. R0II1NH0N,
THOMAS BO VLB
J. O. IIANDWERKKFJ
iV,,.1NVr.i'i,l1 KAN' JAM KM A." OMBKKli.'
HOL COLEMAN, EWD. fJOLDHMITIl
WM. KATZKNlillROKR. HAlinwi i P'irJ1'
"an'oriK M"lMl lB n,u" 01 n "Pward, and Interest allowed on ir.nn fiemt-
bu' n? i"" ,oe,U. la'wat-ajaat Bondi and Secnrltlei reneralty, iay taiei, acta
alrent " ' a0t ny luancial huiineat reiuirina a tale and responsible
We ii.ue draft, In lomi i to tuit pnrchaer, on all parti of Europe.
D. P. UAUUEN, Prealflent.
F.WI. HOLHSMITH, Tlco-PreglUemt
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. K. GODWIN, Preat. J.M.WM)liAIU Vlee-Preg't. C. H. RAISR. rhi.
o ' "
W. 8. BRUCE.
M. W KLHON,
K. B MIT II,
f U)tt HnM
mrA aHry mf
J. U. O00UBAK,
T. B. SIMM.
K. T. COOPER.
0. B. BRYAN.
J. R. ttODWIN,
J. W. FALLS.
W. P. OtJNAAn
R. J. BLACK,
II. K. 0OKFIN.
A. W. MEW HUM, .
Miiory mw in mate) or Tewaie..F. TrMBa(a wVfmi itiLE''
SECUR TY BANK OF IMPHIS
A iAI'E DErOSITTKDNTronPAMY ifl li flTTI a 1 - hkii
KO. 42 MADISON KTICEET, MI MPIIIS, TE.Mf.
K. D. FRATHia, Pre. W. N. WuiRao. V. P. R. J. 'Unci, Cashier.
BOA Hit or lilKKCTOHft.
W. D. ficthell. T. II. All... W V u n..,ii.. v u n i- . .
ndwln. S. P. R..d W i w ll I i.ii,miT iVuJ..T i. T i I. .7. It .;.!
kenon, R. J. Black. - ""'"
PtOltbl TfimtTarl ftnm All Mall tir.wa.rrl mairl lni....t .11.. I I ..
Will k... ' j 111 i , 1 . ,ul'IOTI n lamg Hnni-auDuav IT
,iAr ,nd "" l00' '' ', Trujtee. Keeeiver, etc., for corporation, or indl
T A R n i 1 KTn Tkh H ' 0 i u'i v u fSrh?,d,,!"itn' vuluhle. for the b.nett of RRUU
na U a' i" o' fj'if Wepoait llolf. for rent. Hlnga HptvlKil,
Hollrli.il. Anilu.rla-.l ,, , jyWerwl Hnnhltiar lliiln..a.
K. L. MuOOWAN.
And'onnlrwHIre Inauraam Ulven
Nperlal Atteintloa), by
UKNERAL 1NMITRANVK AGENT,
Koom I, Cotton Kiohange Buildlna.
f'apllnl Kcirernled, 1111,000,000.
aa-Invltea- Correpndenee and Interview.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1-j78.
Impearhaneait or Mnyor Smith Peel
Mtia.il. Philadelphia, Pa.. October 7 The
Common Council thia afternoon, by a
vote of 60 to 25, deciJed to postpone
for the prfsent a resolution to appoint
a committee to Impeach Mayor bmilh
before the Select Council. It Is tbe
general opinion tbat the charges will
not again be taken up.
It may save our life, for it cures
your cold and conirh. Dr. Hull's Conirh
Syrup. Price, 25 cents.
A Holiday a SI. Lou la.
St. Looih. Mo.. October 7. Todav
being; "Big Thuisday"of fair week,
me mayor naa, aocordlDg to custom,
proclaimed it a ho'iday.and the banks
and various ezchanirfs. as will as a
majoiity of the wtioleaale business
houses, are closed.
W. 0. PATTKSOS.
ooi, immmn to.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And DoulorH In Levee ami llailroiul MnpplleH,
No. 874 Front Street Memphli. Tennessee.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Fro nl Street. : Memphis. Tena
Ijjjjiiy War milled ubmilutidy imro
iF f!niwin. frrim vl,l. t. I h,. ..v.,..u.
Oilhun been riMnovi'd. It AvMthre
tt met tfi n ttrfn Qt of Cocuu mixed
wllh Hturch, Arrowrnut or Buiir.
nnd In thcruforo fur moro ci:iniom
Jriil, costing lf$ than one cut a
cup. It dullcloiii, iionrfHhliijr
tn'iii'thriihiK, cIIy dlh't'Hti(l(
mm admirably m.npUd rorluviil
ldM wullu for neriiouH In bitnUh
Kold bjr ilroorm eTorynhrro.
. BAKER & CO., Dorcbcsfcr.lta.
Secu-ity Bank of Memphis
Reemi to be dolna a rend bnaineiiaat No.4!l
naiiiMiBMreei. It doee a aeneral Hank
ina, Hafe Depoit,Trnat and Nivlua Hank
bunneai. Jta officer! and Beard of Direotere,
whoee namea auu.ar in innth., imIiimh. ...
eonnd to none in thia teotion in point of
umiiubm nu unnnomi manning.
PropoHHlg for CoBHtrnctlng Levees.
BOARD OP COMMISSION RRB,
Foa tub 6th Louihuna IiKvaa Hihtkkt,
QRALKD PROPOSALS will be reoeived at
i"t omoe or tne Hoard or oininiitmnem
of filh Louliiana Levee Diatriot, at Delta,
Madiaon pariib, La , or at the offloe of the
freiident, Vlokibore, Mix., op to li o'clock
nonn on Monday, Ihe 18th da of October,
1H86, for the eonetrueiion of the following
Pnnv A Ttivn. f T1 TT Tl .,1U
ot Medical Clime, Kichmond, Va ,says
"Liebig Co.'s Coca Btttf Tonic is (
wonderful reconstructive agent, build
ing up the general system and supply
ing lost nervous enerzv. in an wait
ing diseases and broken down consti
tutions it is the agent." Also in female
complaints, shattered neives, dyspep
sia ant hiiloiineps.
Notice to Contractors.
OK MEMPHIS BRANCH ROAD, SOO.Oro
rubio Tarda at xeaTatlon to 1st I.
quantities to lait lite of oallt.
Aii , wanted, boardlnf autSta to aeeom
modate ire hundred mea.
A LL reron denirnnii of locurfna Sf
ii. nnii Kf iinblfi in.nrnntie, hi I.ow.
" Unix, on WIN lloUSKS, ean ba ao
oommodoted by apulylim to the
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 41 Hwllsan St., Hmpbla, Teua
Leree. Locality, mate, it re-
V. !. quired
R. Carroll, l.'W.IKKI IKI 00
i;i,(wiu Mm m
Raleirh K Carroll,
KI.1....'. T) n ..... T
""IT " WM.I.
Propo-ala for above named work mult be
aeparaw, ana eanb ptnpoao.1 mnit be tuneil
by the penon makina the lame, and lealid
in Ita own enrelupe and marked ' Proponala
to build levee, in pariib,
from -," flrine- Dame of levee, and
panao, ana oi per no n makins proponal.
A rl a r. , , . nl .... . . .. . : r. J
bank oheek la required for each leree to the
amount above elated, which ihoulii keen-
eloaed in the iealed envelope! laiddepotit
hi lurieiiea to ine UD.ra or uorauiKBIon
ri 6lh Louiilana Levee District in eaae the
penon to wnonj the work may be awarded
hall fail to lien artlc'ei ol aereement, and
oomplete bond within forty-aitht houn after
notice of adjudication.
Bond will be required In a inm not to ex
ceed Ave (5) eentf per eubio yard on tbe
amount above iitated In advancement, with
two (2) enretiea, who will be required to
fake oath tbat they are eaoh worth, over
and above llab litiea anil ...,. ,,M,,na. ih
amoint of bond.
The Board renertea the right to reject any
and all bida, withdraw from letting; inch
leveei aa they may deem proper, and to In.
orene ordiminieh theofTorina u they iee fit.
Infurmvtion aa to location and character
of work and terma of payment aa aleu blank
forrai for iir inom.1. mav v. ..i.iinMri th
pfllce of Board ritate Enrrlofcr, New Or
loann, La. KO. O. WA OOII.L.
j'reiidentlSth Louiiana Levco Dlalrict.
L. O. MULL1MS, ot lata J. U. Godwin k Co, 1 JAB. YONUB, late oi J. W, Caldwell A- (V
MULLENS k YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission F lerohant
Vf 1 Howard'H Row. Cor. Front and Ilnlmi. Mwnplii.
(MUUdKreNOltll TO IEAC1IAM A HOKTONt
Old Stand. No. 1) Union St., Mempliis.
Dli. It. L. LASKI,
1'ljjnlclan, Surirpon and Accoocher,
RK8IDBNCB AND OFFICB.
813 Main Mireel, .enr 1'iilon.
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GEIfifLEEIEH'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Not. 226 and 328 Main St., Memphii.'.Tonn.
oZwT7nV?Maw?i.AS'!'.i!?J WIHTEB GOODS IN I.ARUfK MD W!ST
Iwuessea ManaJUttiirluR tth'a Plulds, Drills, Shsetlnt;, SMrtlnr, E$)
m e m-i ma j.i.v oo tae-eaVJtji JH.
i I, ,
D. W. FLY,
Lateol Oommerea, Mlm.
F. B. H EH RON.
LaU ol Cotfeeville. Hi.
Late of Brooki, Necly k Co.
fly, mmm h hoi
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
324 Front Street Memphis Teyin.
And Commission Ifcrchants
3So, 34 and 8Q Madison street. FfrakSiI1
TVf-T ' m. li i I r w, -... x ", .e. .
Telephone No. 88. '