MEMPHIS. TEXN., FRIDAY NOVEMBEli 12, 1880.
VOL. XL VI NO. 2U1
, Tub frierda of Mr. IL M. Dotk
editor of the Avalanche, who in about
to retire from tbat psition, have tor
dered bim a banquet, which will take
place at the Peab. dy Hotel ton'ghr,
We will not an icipa'e the apeakerj
with any words ot eulogy, and simply
content curselyea with a hearty in
doraement cf ao genial and happy a
method of ar'edirg a gentleman who
ii an honor to j mrta'ism and a credi
to the State.
Attxntiok i (ipecially called to the
address of the Rav. Dr. N rthrnpon
industrial education, to be foand on
another page. It is compact with en
couragemect for thote erg aged in this
great, good work at the South, partic
ularly teacher! in the employ of the
American Missionary Association
which has done so much for the ad
vancement of the negro and to make
them intelligent farmers, farm labor
era and mechanics. . Industrial train'
ing makes the man or woman recdv
ing it free in every tense, makes them
more skillful in whatever they are en
gaged in, and her.es more desirable as
laborers or mechanics, it cannot, there
fore, be too earneetly encouraged.
Readers of the Apfbal who desire a
teat of tbis have only to visit the
LeMoyne Schoo', on Orleans street,
where they will see the practical
workings of industrial educttion in
complete operation, and bs able to
learn of its results.
The eminent D-. Maury, of thisci'y,
in a lectnre introductory to series
which he is to deliver before the pa
pile of the Memphis Hospital Medical
College, and publiehed in The Mittti
tippi Valley Medical Monthly, traces the
history of gynecology in language so
free from cocfanicg ecientiflo meta'
poor tbat any layman may read it with
interest and profit. It is a well written
and carefully prepared chapter of
medical hiBtory, creditable to the great
surgeons whose genius has brought a
wholesome relief to suffering women.
But running through it there is a
thread of sadnes. The poison that
lies ever in the way of him who
strives and is moat often pressed
to his lips by the dullard, hedged
about perhaps by "ethics," is not even
hinted at,' but the man of common
sense will not be slow thus to account
for the lacgard s'.eps with which at
last the profession has reached ration
al, simple and yet heroic remedies for
diseases that lie at the very bas s of
life. Dr, Maury in tracing in sequent
order the d acoverits tha: in our own
day have eventuated in such triumph i
of skill, dwells with becoming pride
upon each achievement and links his
word of praise with tbe names tbat
have made this special branch of
the science he pursues tbe greatest of
a 1 tbe benefactions cf tbe age
But be preserved for tbe close
the name of the illustrious
Marion Sims as that of tbe master
genius who mads the way easy for
his contemporaries and those who fol
low after him. And singularly enough
this name, about which there hinges
so much of personal charm, comes
again before tbe medical fraternity of
Memphis jaet at a time when an un
seemly wrangle over mere "ethics" by
the Tri-S:a e Medical Society is brought
to the attention of the general public
by tbe Appeal, ethics that are cf.en a
' hindrance to medical advancement
that too often restrain the man who
is growing so thtt his professional
stature may not reach beyond the
dullest mediocrity. PoorSime. Who
that reads of his struggles, and the
contemptible, mean aud belittling
jealousies that beset bim would
not wish that he had dt filed
all ethics and rather launched himself
upon the favoring sea of public opto
ion. How much he would have
saved himself cf chagrin and mortifi
cation, and how much more quickly
would he have accomplished his
philanthropic purpose of relieving
suffering women? The world has
a right to the best tflo.ta of
every man in it, and it is
only less than criminal by com'
bination, or otherwise, to restrain or
prohibit, retard or hinder, those who
are the eager ministers of tbe genii,
who hold the secrets of the lu ure
Why should a doctor withhold from
the ptrblift his invention or disoovery
any more "than the metallurgist,
the mineralogist, -the chemist,
the electrician or the ,, en
gineer? What sort of ethics is it thai
interferes to make hidden mystery of
remedies that affect bath health and
life? Are they not contrary to this
age of free inquiry? Do they not
shame tbe spirit of investigation that
led Sims, Barker, McDowell,
Thomas and Emmett, , of this
country, and Simpson, Wells,
Tait and Keith, of Great Britain,
out of the beaten path and lighted
them to sorer ways of cure? Tbe
Appsal would be far from coun
tenancing anything that would weak
en profession to which the world is
so largely indebted. The safety
of the people demands that it
skall, in common with the
hecneopathiets, the 1 eclectics and
other medical bodies, be surrounded
by legal safeguards but it should re
peal its ethics and broaden and
smooth the path of those whose keener
vision and more penetrating insight
enables them to reach conclusions full
of beneficence and blessing to suffer
ing humanity. A good thing
in medicine or surgery cannot
be too quir kly or too ofien brought so
the attention of the pubjic, and Inntead
of cenaure, the doctor who is first be
fore the great tribunal with a discovery
or invention sbonld he encouraged
with tbs world's applause.
FILIBUSTERS FOR MEXICO
A Mil) PROJECT FOS THE COX
Or Onr Sister Republic and the E
tabllshment Therein of a Social
Dallas, Tiz., November 11. It ap
pears that tbe nlibusteiing expedition
bropesed ti invade Mexico and estab
lish a new Republic, to be composed
ot toe present states ot Uhinuanua,
Sonora aud Darango. ia no myth.
Two emissaries of the movement ar
rived in Dallas yesterday, and under
promise not to give any information
tbat might be used against bim, one of
them has given to jour correspondent
some points as to the true inwardnees
of tbe darine scheme. He says that
this Irllibustering movement was on
fcot befo e tbe Cutting case was
heard of, but tbat in matters oi sncn
delicacy it is necessary to move slowly
and with great caution. He did nor,
however, deny that Cutting ia now
one of the leaders of the affair. The
Executive Committee consis's of
twelve persons, three of whom are lo
cated at Ei Paso, two are travelog and
working up the scheme by secret
agent", and of the remainder, some of
tnem very wealihy men, are in New
York, Chicago, Silt Lake City and the
City of Mex co. Three of the Execu
tive Committee are Roman Catholic
priests. Oae of the latter ia now on
bis way to Borne to confer with the
Pope, who, it fa eaid, has long desired
some convulsion in. Mexico, which
might give opportunity for the re es
tablishment there of toe State Church,
and the conspirators look with great
confidence t him for aid. The New
York and Chicvg capitalists are in
the scheme Lr what they can make.
They have faith in its success and pro
pose to get in on the ground floor of
the projected new government, mak
ing a handsome profit on its bonds
and grants of lands and mining privi
leges. Tbe conspiracy has progressed
so far that the plan of tbe new gov
ernment has been formulated. It is
to be a tocialiatio Republic, held in
check by a strong military pow
er. Great inducements are to
be offered to the unemployed
workingmen of tbe United States to
emigrate thither. Tne secret agents
state the proposed invasion will not
necessarily or probab.y take place
from El Paso, but may soon occur at
any point on the frontier between
Fort Yuma and Brownsville. Cutting,
tbe only man whoee personality is
puolicly known or euapected in con
nection with the affair, is receiving a
bushel of letters a day from all parts
of the country. Nearly all of these
letters tender personal service and tbe
writers of many of them tay they ean
each raise from one to five com
panies armed and equipped. The
Yeqni Indians, who have for five
years past beld at bay tbe military
powers of Mexico, have been ap
proached to btnme active allios of
the movement and tbeir chiefs are
eager to take part. Confidential agents
are to be up pointed in tbe principal
cities of Texas and throughout tbe
country. Ten thousand men have al
ready been p'edg -d, and the leaders of
tbe movement say this number is
sufficient for the inauguration of their
purpose, though they could, if neces
sary, thro- an army of lOO.OCO men
across the Rio Grande.
PROCECDISSM OF Til K SHIPPING
ABTU IKUCSTHI4L LEASVE.
Home Interesting Papers Bend bjr
DUTtrent Members of tbe
ISPIOIAL TO TBI APFKAI..
Pbnscola, Fla., November 11.
The Convention of the National Shin-
ping League go' to work in a business
like fashion this morning. Proceed
ing!) opened with reading tbe report
ot trie Liommitr.ee nn Ke;0iutions by
the Coairman, Judge Keunard of Naw
Orleans. This, after reciting in sec.
eral terms the decline insAmpricin
shipping said the duty of the mo
ment was to do everv hinir Dosstbie
for itslreviv. l; it Indorses the ship
county mi s. considered bv Uomrrees
and also Eadi's sti'p railway nrc-
jxct and recommends that Con
gress pace, stringent laws fir
the inspection of American bounty
vessels at all foreign ports immediately
upon their departure by consular
aeute, and at eea by the matters, and
to prevent the evasion of tbe law
against the teenage tax. and thus in
pure moderate port charges. Judge
Kennard mane a short speech sup
porting tte report. He said the com
mittee had decided to recommend
only what seemed practicable, and
notmng was sua about distinct
subsidies or the free sbioning bill, be
cause tney am not wink eitner baa
any chance in C ingress. He de
nounced the New Orleans wharfage
charge of 10 cents per ton
as being brigandish and nnftisti-
flablo. The Hon. Tom M. BurwelL
also of New Orleans, followed with
an entertaining speech of a few min
utes' duration, indorsing tbe report of
the committee, and going a little
more particularly into the necessities
in tbe matter of quarantine. Tbe re
port was adoplod.and a committee an-
pointed,headed by the Hon.M.Martin,
Congressman from the Birmingham
district, to present the proper memori
al to Congress. Col. R. 0. Woods, of
new Orleans, then read an interesting
rmpar on Mexico. Rev. M. 0. B.
Mason, colored, of New Orleans, tec
retary of the West Africa Mail and
Steamship Cmpanv. then made a
shorr, earnest speech, saying im
portant irane mignt be built up be
tween the United Statea Western coast
and Africa. The afternoon was devoted
to an excursion of delegates across tbe
bay, some ten m les, to tbe navy vard
and Fort Pickens.at the latter of which
paces Geronimo and the Natchez
were lions oi the hour. Two able
papers were read at tbe opera bouse
tonight, one by Caot E L Corthell
on "The Tehanntepec 8hip Railway;"
another by Dr. Joseph Holt, of New
Orleans, on "Quarantine." The dele
gates ere enthusiastic in their ac
knowledgment of Peneacola's grace
Tbe Fourth Hejy or the Western
Israelii, to thi Amu,.
Adilknb. Kas.. NniemW 11 The
fourth day begun with the last heat of
the second series between the English
setters Bridgeport and Lufray, the lat
ter winning. The pointer Neliie True
had a bve. The rW nf fhn third
series between the English setter Spot
Belton and pointer Nellie True was
won by Spot. The next hear, between
tbe pointers Rod a' d Corner Stfne,
was iron by Rd. Two bouts remain
to decide fi.at money. Either Rod,
Lufray or Spot Belton i;l win first.
Few birds, very cold weather, bad
cover and nnea i: factory work.
COWARD AND' POLTROON
ABB WORDS) THAT EX-tPElHIR
Will Hot Permit Amy One to Apply
to Hint Correspondence Wlln
Philadelphia Timet: Gen. Bing
ham, in his left speech nf the
campaign at Horticultural Hall on
Saturday evening before tbe election,
referred in scathing terms to the at
titude of tbe Northt rn Democracy on
tbe tariff question whan before the
people, and, while be doubtless in
tended his use of tbe words "coward
and poltroon" to apply to a body
rather than an individual, his inci
dental discussion f Randall made
his remarks appear as personally ap
plicable to Randa'l. Hia speech
was not prepared, and he
was lees guarded in tbe dis
tinction between the attitude of a body
of men and the attitude of Mr. Ran
dall individually when be referred to
the position of Northern Democrats as
tbat of "a coward and poltroon." In
the synopsis of Gen. Bingham's speech
given in the Timet the onaosive words
were made to apply to Mr. Rndall,
and a correspondence at once followed
between Randall and Bingbam on the
subject, resulting satisfactory to both
parties. Following ia tbs correspond
ence: BAKPALL TO BINGHAM.
Pbiladblfhia, Pa., November 1, 1886.
Mr. H.H. Blmhain:
Diab ' Sir In the Sunday (Mc
Clute'e) Timi you are reported as hav
ing, at a public meeting on Saturday
night, made nee of the following lan
guage: "Spoke of S. J. Randall as
bold and reeolute in Congress, but as
a coward and poltroon when be Btands
noon bis party platform." Inform me
whe'her you are correc ly reported as
ti such utterance, or whether you era-
f toyed tbe substance of such words,
await, at tbe American Ho el, your
reply, which I expect to be prompt.
Yours, very ret pwfn'ly.
8AMUKL J. RANDALL.
BINGHAM TO RANDALL.
PH.LiDsi.rHiA, November 1, 1886.
My Dkah Sir Your favor of this
date, handed me by Mr. Sanders, cov
ering clipping of ray alleged remarks
at Horticultural mil. is belore me.
regret exceedingly t'ie imprefsion or
declaration tbe words bear. In my
remarks I look is us w.th tbe position
and utterances of Democratic leaders
and platforms North and South, and
character's d them as cowardly upon
tariff legislation. I a's reprobated
tbe tubservieney of Republican or
ganizations in your district failing to
nominate a candidate agamt-t you.
when the Democratic party had the
courage to make nominatiora against
all the Republican members from
Philadelphia. I declared the act, or
rather the non-action, as cowardly.
have never and do not in any respect
regard your utteranc e upon public
questions other than (eBrliss and eg'
greesive, both in and out of Congress,
Very truly yours,
HENKY II. BINGHAM.
The Hon. Samuel J. Randall.
RANDALL TO BINGHAM.
Pbilaiiilphia, Pa., November 1 1880.
Bfr. II. II. Bingham:
Dear Sir Your letter in reply to
mine cf tbis morning h sbeeu hinded
to me by Mr. William M. Kunn. Tbe
tone of y ur let'er ia ratisfactory es
tar as tbat feature of it is cot c;rnni.
but I submit that it does not nuke a
distinct at swer to my inquiry whether
you did or did not uss the langupga 1
quoted from tbe Timet. A response
in thac particular I cave a right to
expect. If you used tbe language,
the course open to me is to aek re
traction and apology. I f you did not.
then you on ht in uumistakable wordi
to say 10. Yonra. very respectfully,
SAMUEL J. RANDALL.
BINGHAM TO RANDALL.
Philadelphia, Pa., Noreiuber 3, 18SS.
Mr. Samuel J. Randall:
Dsab Sir Your favor of November
1st, hauded me by Mr. Sanders, duly
received. 1 recognize vour request as
reasonable and right. In my first note
I stated the idea or line of thought I
was endeavorirg t) emphesiz. I had
made no written or studied crepara
tion for the speech, and did not intend
to express mysiif in tbe language or
words of the clipping. If I am cor
rectly reported, no one can regret the
ntterarce or words more than I do. I
therefore consider it my duty to apolo
gz, and at the fame ti mi to thank
you for inviting my attention to the
objectionable and unwarranted decla
ration. Youts truly,
HENRY H. BINQIIAM.
Ttie Alabama Improvement Com
pany Bell Oat Benin PltUbarg
Railroad Voinpouy Organised.
ISPBCIAL TO THB APPBAL.I
Nasbvilli, Txnn., November 11.
The Alabama ImprovementCompany,
organised here about three years ago
to build a railroid to Sheffield, today
decided to wind up its affairs .The
company has by no means been a fail
ure, ss its projectors have received $3
for every dollar invested. The object
for which tbe company was organised
has been accomplished, tbe road built
and the property purchased by the
Alabama and Tennessee Coal and Iron
Company. Today the South Pitts
burg Railway, Coil and Iron Com-
gany was organized here, with Col. A.
. Cilyar as president. The stock is
$1,000,000, of which $200,000 bai been
taken up in Nashville. Col. Colyar
leaves for New York Saturday to
place the balance of the stock there.
A Book Agent Killed by a Train.
faraetAL to tbs appeal.
Birmingham, Ala , November 11.
Partridge, Jefferson county, Ala , was
run over by a Louisville and Nashville
train Jait night and instantly killed.
Tbe man was a book agent and about
25 years old. Real estate circles are
- Dairymen's Convention.
Chicago, III., November 11. There
was a very large attendance at the
annual Dairymen's Convention at
Battery D, this morniDg, when Presi
dent WiDSOT took tbe chnlr. The re
ports from BoitoD. Philadelphia and
o.her large butter markets showed an
encouraging condition of dairy affairs, j
AS APPALLING DISASTER
CAUSED BY AS EXPLOSIOM OF
' 1I1E BOILEKS
In a Factory Ten Young People,
Including Mx (ilrls, Badly
Philadelphia, Pa., November 11.
An explosion occurred in tbe cigar
box manufactory ot lier.ry H. cheep
4 Co., Nop. 1704 and 1700 Randolph
street, this afterr.ojn, which blew out
the rear wall, badly injuiing a number
of young men, women and air a aud
imperiling tbe lives of over 1000 more.
The manufactory is a three story brick
structure, with a depth of 150 feet.
Back are located a number of sheds
for storing the lumbar used in the
manufacture of cigar boxes. 1 hs first
and second floors were used as a plan
ing mll and carpenter shop, snd on
the third floor were employed about
twenty-five girls in casting paper
linings in the boxes. Just before tbe
explosion tbe enttioeer started up
steam by throwing a large amount of
sawdust on the fire noder the boiler
from tbe saw dust ein, whici was lo
cated a abort distance off, and then
started to the Randolph street front of
tbe building, tie sta'es tbat he bad
been there bat a few minutes when
he was startled by the report
of a load noise, which was fol
lowed by the upper portion of the
rear wall falling oat, and the screams
of tbe women in the upper story.
Bricks were flying in all direction,
and in less than a minute a'terwarda
tbe whole rear portion of the mill ap
peared to be In flimes. The most
serioui excitement reigned among the
hands employed in tbe building, es
pecially the women. 'Sjine ran to tbe
main stairway leading tt the itrtet.
while others ran to the windowe, and
a few started to climb out, but they
were prevented from jumping to the
ground by their companions. During
all tbis time tbe flames were spread
ing from one floor to another, and
crowds, attracted by tbe smoko aud
screims of the women, blocked tbe
street, but the eic.tement amoug
tbera was so great that they appeired
powerless ffr a time to as-iit them
Finally several men ran into the
building and succetded in getting
them all ou. The excitement among
the people increased when the giria
aid the young wrmeu appeared n the
street, some b.erding end othero badly
burned. Tbe fire burned stubbornly
(W spite the efforts of the firemen to
cluck tbe dimes and ina remarkahly
ehort peri (1,0 wing to tbe iuflammaMe
character of tbe content-, tbe upper
stoiies of tbefac oyaud the shtd ling
in the rear wera ebht. One girl,
arrie Browmr, aged 18, ia musing.
Following is a lis', cf the injured:
Ella Stocktr, sged 21, bad'y injured
ar-out face and hands; Carrie Mailer,
18 years, burned about the body;
Emma Mulder, 18 years, burned
ahont the face; Mary E Knecht, 15
year, fane and bndy burned ; Amanda
Cook 19 years, burned about fac,
back aud hands; John Polices:, 17
Tears, injured about head, by falling
bricks; Joseph Rehmer. 17 yeari,
hands badly burned; John Kleng-1-hafer,
21 years, head cut and hauds
iDiured: George Kimball. 19 years.
bead aud fate cut; Daniel Freis, an
old man, bead an V'aoo burned and
arm cut. . j
A TOUNS MABT i IS BI KSiEO TO
While Spending the Mgbt Willi
Bielgtibor Ihe llonoe Huroe,
lie Palls to Awake.
IflPICIALTO THB IfPIAL
Jackson, Ienk , November 11. A
h' rnb e accident look pU e in the
Third District of this county Net Mon
tliD night about midnight. The rest
derce and ill the entente, except one
bid and a tiunk be'oning to the
Htone brothers, highly respected
farmers, was destroyed by Iflre. Mr.
John Uivans, a young man about 20
years old, who resides in the i.eigb
bnrhood, was visiting there, and was
sleeping upstairs, llt did not wke
up in time to escape. In coming down
tbi) stairway he was burned to dea'h,
The lire is supposed to have caught
from the stove in the kitchen. All
the back part of the house was wrapped
in Ujmes when discovered.
The ehgant new cuaits for the Fitst
M.E. Chmcti have arrived. Tbecarpe;
is made and is ready to ba put down,
and about the 25th ins ant the church
will be ready for tbe celebration of a
happy even', in which one of Mem
phis' gallant young men and ene of
Jackson's fairest and sweetest youog
ladies will take a leading pa-1
lhe federal Court is dispatching
business rapidly and will probably ad
journ in the middle of next week.
, J. Crocker's Haw and Planing
. araoiAL re tea apmal.1
it . i - , . . r a
nnuA, AUK., piovemoer n. iiiet
night about ll o clock a fire broke out
in the saw arid planing mill ot U.J.
tfrnrtrer snH If was hiipnaH ic thm
ground. The loss is f(0()0, and ia in
surf d for $2000 in the Pelican, of New
"Rvatttv uvin k.iwi famtlta f r li a
lover, fades in hi eyes, and pales up
on the sense." But a bottle of Salva
tion O 1 will look well ss long as peo
ple suffer with headache, rheumatism
Notice to Shippers .
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Pluiers prnmptlr ft here end sure where
other plattert and nror ealven, linimeuU
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of Imitation tindur eini ilar eonnd'nr namea.
inch aa " Cnpiioum," "l ai'ucin," "Capel
eine," aa they are attcrlr wor'hleae and in
tended to deoeire. A( BKRn's and
TAia NOOTBias. AlldruKU. BKAbUHY
k jOUMHOo!, froprietvri, few Tork.
ii v. -y " ii
LEE At niidcnre of K. K. Lee. No M
Pean arense, Thumdar, fiortmber 11.
J nun. agrd 11 mon'hl and 1 di, inlanl
daughter or Daren and tbe late Jamee Lee.
nneral will take place (tern residence this
(FRIDAY) afternoon at 1 o'clock, frieade
of the family are Invited to attend.
KLKNBLB At the residence of Iter pa
rente. RH Market etreet. Thursday mornlns,
November 11, Ihss, at S o'olock, liisaistr
Klbkklb, atedS months.
ranereJ thta (FRIDAY) mornlns at 10
o'clock, Friends of the lamlly axe invited
FARRKLL On Thunder. November 11.
lhHo, Mrs. Sabab A. Fitstu., widow oi the
late Joseph Farrell, ased til years and 7
Fan eral front the reaideaoo, No. 158 Main
street, this (FRlDAlOafternoeneUo'cloek
PLUMMKR At Colliervllle, Tenn., No
vember 10, ISM, Ombob Bbitb, son of John
A. and Deeae Plunmer, aed 1 year, S
months and U rlave
onnTii MKMntia lodoe Ho.
O 118, F. amd A.M. Will meet in
t&tji4 enmmuniratioB this tFRI-
I1AY) avenine. Nov 12th. at 7:80
AlMliiMb- fur th traniaet on nf rem-
lar monthly business. All M. H.'t In (Ood
etandinr Iraternaiiy invitea to utisa.
By order. w. I eiUMa, w. at.
Attest: J. L. Sen eea. Secretary.
Silks &Vcl vets.
Purchased at Eastern Trade 8ole.
These Forced Salt 8 Give You
Dresa Goods at Wo. worth full 11.00.
Droii tioodi at 76e, worth fall II 50.
Black Bllki at 11.35, worth full tttO.
VelreU at 11.00, worth full 11.76.
Combinations at 10, worth full 20. '
Combinations at tit, worth full .
Theeo goods began arrivlns Monday
mornlns, and new bsrtalni arsoptnlus
every day. We art buying and selling
nothing elie but lovely bargains.
. Our great trade In this department Is
a guarantee that onr great purchases
wore at marked advantage.
Kroner's t5 Jacket Bells elsewhere at
Kroner's tlO Jacket lefts elrewhere at
Kramer's 12 Jaeket, no equal at lit
Kremer'i t'JH Wraps are not seen at 127.
Kremer'e 136 Wraps others aak for thou
K renter's 9SO Wrane, olbera can't
bow nt 979.
These were the comments of purchas
ing customers In our Cloak Department
New Bonnets, Hew Rrhoel Hats,
New Birds, New reatnera,
Hew Vans, Hew Hand a ere'rs
avBny where ther show yon NEW
GOODS. New styles last longer. New
Ideas are to be had only In Now Qooda.
In The Place.
DIKUUHASI X -T A I L.O It,
Cleaslna, Dyelncet epalrlsa;,
No. 17 W. Coubt Btbibt. :
Oecr-s; r m. NloHol.
KEN MUD 10 L V MAl'NM
and Repairers or Pianos, Organs,
And Muilcal Instruments flenerally.
8rl7 MAIM Sr., MKMPHIS.
rturs HtiKSi Kemored Alive, in from
40 minutes to 2 hours, with bead com
plete, or no charse. No Fasting required ;
no potionous inediolnes. Can be taken with
eae by ohild T adul. Gall or send for cir
culars. DH. M. NKY SMITH, Hpelaiit,
74 Madison tret. Men-phis.
UNITEb states traders
Main Office 120 11 roadway, N. T.
UemphlH Office, 285 Main St.
WALTER SJREOORT ATTORN ET.
SVUeadguarUrafor the PROMPT COLLEC
TION of Notes and Aoaounti.
warOur Attorney will tend Clroulars to all
who will write fir them.
And Still They Come
FINE II AS D SEWED
TOR OEBfTLEBEH. .
m-llverj llr iVarranted-ea
OSLT tH.OS) A FAIR.
AT THI CHEAP CASH
41Q WwIm Htret, MimpM.
FAILURK having bees made In the pay
ment of the Indeb'ednese secured In a
trust deed made by )'. M. Padgett and wife,
Kate Padgett, on lbs th day of March, INKi,
and recorded In bosk 142, page i)6tt, KesiaUr'a
office of Khelby county. Tenneaae , in pur
suanoe of tbe power therein conferred, ws
Mai a May, November 80, IN,
between tbs hours of 12 o'eloek m. and 1
o'olock p.m., at the south sate ot Court
Square. In Memphis, Term., sell to the high
eat bidder, for oash, the tollnwlng real estate.
in. uiuitvr, ivi dmi.idi luiinwiua real mtnml
lvine near tbe sooth line of tha nit ot Mam.
f'bls, Shelby eoonty, Teanesfse, described as
ollowsi Onotraotof land In Fort Pickering,
and being block ill of tbe lands conveyed by
Willoughbs Williams to John 0- McLemore
et at., on the 2Mth day of December, 1107, as
appears from plat of aame la plat book No.
1, pages t and S, of Register's ellloe, whieh
block fronts 130eroa Van Bores and Cof
fee streeta and 103 teet on Armstrong and
Equity of redemption, dower and home
ate id expressly waived Title believed to be
good, but we sell as trustees, onjl'j.r,
WM. A. COLLI ia,
.. B. 8, Ebbibsbb's Orvros.l
Memphis, Tenn., November in. ItHfl. J
SBALKD PROHoBALH, in TRIPLIOATK,
subject to the usual conditions, will be
received at this offloe until Urn. of November
Hi, to be then and fx re publicly opened,
forleree work in the Plum Point Reaoh, lo
the approximate amount of 4.X),0U0 eubls
for blank forms and detailed information,
apply at ttiis olice.
Tbe rirht is reserved to reject any or all
bids, and to waive defects
, SMITH B. LRACH,
Captain of Engineer'. U. B. Army.
Dii. It. L. LA8KI,
rbslclan. Kurernou and Aceoncher.
1EHIDKNCB AND 0FKICK.
Si3 Main NtrtMst, JJar Uulon.
.Teleione No. Stf.
FORTY ODD YEARS OLD.
MS- Paid PolieT.IIoldfara
I la 1885,
"rSmi.? r""1 ( really remarkable in Its exhibit of onergetie and skillful manager
aent and liberal treatment of policy-holders. The presrnt statement la plainly the best
the New Torh Life has ever made-and that is saying ail tbat need be said. Uses
tWawrCMi BulUlw, ttbrumrg 12, MM.
rtlUELY MUTUAL, AND HENCE IXMUHAXCE AT COST.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT,
Room 1, Cotton Exchange Building.
5 Car-loads Steel Nail,
S Car-load) SauiTand Mod,
1 Car-load Iarrf, llama and asaiiMRKe.
a C'ar-loada Amrrlran Sardines.
I Car-lead New ItalaiaH, .
1 Car-load New Sainton.
1 Car-loud California Canned Fruit,
lO Car-loada Toinatoeti. t'enrliett, Corn, Etc.,
1 Car-load Atinore'a M Inee Steal,
2 Car-loada New York lliickwlieat,
Cur-loada IlKafee(, Kraut and Hurrel Pickles,
2 Car-londa Sliver Idoon Cream Cheeae,
2 Car-loada Virginia PeniiHlrs,
2 Car-load Fire Cracker and Flrewtrk,
2 Cnr-laada Nu(m and t urriuitai,
3 Car-loada Flue llananaH,
5 Car-loada Ited lien Davin ApiileH,
2 Car-loada Fresh Fancy CnuriicN,
1 Car-load Oatmeal, Cracked 1'lieat, etc.,
a complete aaaortmeiit ol. Maple and Fancy Groceries,
lor the Hpcelal ue of Country Merchant.
MjTSend for a lrlce-LIl."XH
Olixreir Flnni e cgj Co,
r-pilR COPAKTNERSUIP HKRErOFd'lK KXI8T1NU UNDKR TUB FTUM NAMK OF
X DBAN k LILLY was dlssolied on NoveuiUer 0, 1HH.I. W vt. PKAN.
mempnts, ienn., novemoer 11, low. JUU.N LIULY.
WM. DBAN. Pres't. JAMBS RrSILLY, VloeaeTTi JOHN LILLY, Soc'y and Trees.
wmi mm mm
Coffee Boasters, Spice Grinders,
Importers sod Wholesale Dealers la
,";i,r-'! 205 Main Street,
Uni M of
leK.(ErOOIN,rrtn. J,M.00lBAKt Tlae-rreVt. C. U. Bill CseAlas,
3filrssBrsrA of Olx-saotorsBi.
I. M. SOODBAK.
F. watlMOM. A. T. OUOPIIH.
tots ARM1H1BAD, 0. B, BRYAN.
ssrA seeMllerr ef us SHese er Tessi
Keisisiesa Btassl alvss) aeeelel
OF MKMPHIS-.A SAFE DEPOSIT, TItUST C0.-AND
Ho.43 MAIIhO. STUFF 1", ttFinPlIlN.TFNX.
K. nitlll.ET rR4TNrK,rreMi'Sil
H. J. UI.ACU, t'naltlrr.
hoard or IUKKCIOKK.
W. D. BKTI1KL. J. R. OOnWIN, H. P HEAD. W. N. WILKKKSOM,
TI OH. II aTLKN, JNO OVKKT0N. Jr., W, K. TAYLOH. K. I). HNOVVDKiM,
B. i. MullOVYBLL, H. DUDLBY FHAYbKK, Ws. A. WILLIAMSON, K. J. BLACK.
a&VIRUN Al.l.T NOMCITF.IK
TUI8 INSTITUTION 18 AUTHOHUKI) UNUHtt THB LAWS OF TENNESSEEi
To do a General Bnnklns Bualnass, Ulsoount Pai nr, eto. To Buy and Hell Htncks, Bonds and
Looal Hecuritlea. To Koi-elve Uepoiita and pay IN'IKKKSf lliereon. To Invest in HeouritleS
for Estates, Minors, Trustees, and other. To aot aa Trustee, Administrator. Kieoutor or
Guardian, same ss an Individual. To ant as Horeiver for Corporations, Lit'Kanta, and la
all eases of Trost. To Buy and Hell Llohanitn. Also, have a Siilo Deinlt Vault, wherein
Valuables of all kinds cun bs anfely kept. A iieimsltory ot le State ot Tennosaee.
erSieolal Attention Paid to f)nllMnna. Vntrnnnne rleiieottwllv Knll.Mtfd.ns
i H , -
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GEIJTLELIEirS FURIflSHUG 60000,
Not. 828 and 328 Main
Eva arsHTc or raix ao wiirrEa ooa in LAaaca ana itoCW i
PLTB THAJ . aaaaa. and ear prloes wUl oesspare vltk tkese of say tajii '
w kalteal Slates. We are Asenta for
TauaaaM Haaaractarlac Co.1 Plaids, Drill, Shet!i(, 8blrtlaf,
' IjHMMON csa OrJXsnT7
f" 1 " ,. 1 - i .' ,' ; i ! m
T.B.HIM. Prea't, UBO. AR1BMLU, V.-Fres't. W. H. UEISEI) tT, Nee'y
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
9 Country Storea, Dwelllnga and GlulioiiHea a Specialty.
10 MjOimmsi Adjiiated Promptly, and Paid at Meuiphl.
W. .WILKBRSON, OKO. ARNOLD, J. W. RICHARDSON. T. T. DUfFIS
W. P. D1TWAVANT. T. B. RIMS. JOHN A II VTSTF TV
And Commission Merchants,
HeMU 84 and SO UadUon Street, ITIeiaanlsM
IIWlKtl l'llltl Bill ! liaidU0 e-SMtlsl niejsas-rWT-n i mmm ' ajaii-.
), and Not a Dollar ot
Lee Block, Memphis.
M .Mlis. James Itolllr.
iter a 4Msiirea tssssaf
AVtinastsn as) Delleetlnna.
W. IB. WII.HrRHON, Vlee-rreoldetsl.
WM.H UHlt'f'INW, Teller.
INTKKfMT PAIItON WEPOHlia
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