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A ft D JUlMKbt r
LOCAL rWTOS KO. 40 .ill gives PIrlIC
Jl'NE 2, ltt3, wi Arnold's Full Land in
attendance, ft paine will be spared lo niske
the affair the mort pleasant of the so. ion.
All effor'S will be . ado lo oh tern the pres
ence of P. J. McUUIRK, lb- General !-ecr--Urjof
the Order. and elm T. V. POWDKR
LY. The whole afUir will be an ecjoyab,
ene. TlCKKrtf,60 cejiU: Ladies Toe. No
Improper characters will be admitied- o
return checke will be given after t o'clock.
Barrel. B indlold and Sas Races will be on
hand for the fun nf the little folk .
A NEW PROCES-For i
Baking old eol-
lari and cufff look new. reo advertise
ment nf Hfuphii Mm umin.
CISTERNS-Built nd repaired and war
ranted. InTentor or the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor ' and brick
layer: Telephone &8. TUU8. CUBBIN8.
MB. TBEZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, It.arin and Commercial Notary
Public, Commissioner ol Deeds and IJ. S.
Commissioner, at the old office. No. s Msdi
,on street. '0LLKCTHN8 UPRCI ALT! .
PIIAKION-On low phseton and har
ness, both in good o-der: will be sold
very cheap. Ad lrs PUAtTON. Appeal
office, or call at Male Female College,
TENNESSEE STATU CERTIFICATES
Keceirable or an and all dura to the
Et.t. (JYKRT-li & miOSVESOR.
" TULm-Tn head No
1 work mulei and
fine saddle home.
TAYLOR, Du r FI " Jt CO., SP4 Front st.
CJAFE A No
1 i-on safe, cheap. Call at
t How. rd row.
JER'-EVS Two heifer and two heifer
calve); one bull ralf old ennush for aer
ies all thoroughbred of boi tatnilies. In
quire at Factors' War houe, South and
iUinsireeti A.H. WHiTtORD.
BUILDING LOTS To responsible pa-ties
only (and none other need apply, three
handsome building loll on Uoslee street,
south of Vnce street. Will sell on pay
menu of I 8 per month for each lot, and
from parties who will build, no cash re
nurcd. MINTKtt PABKriR. 29 Main st.
100NTH Y NEWSPAPER Address
B vr . rJArinr.. Asn'ai.a vuy, apuu.
CEDAR KENCINrt P0ST-For sale by
W. R. LAKKIN. Lartin'Tille. Ala.
"14 00D SOD cords of wood In amounts to
E0 fifs WILL BUY a new businesa lor
tt)UU the state of Tennessee. Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make la'g
cash profit" at onee; a monopoly fully pro
tected. Parties wuhln a good buins ad
dress MAM'FAOTUhKK.this office.
CHEAP FOR CASU-The two-story Brick
Storehouse, No. lfil Besle street, just
cast o' Desoto: lot 21x73; will take tAti.
OKO. T. VANCE. Citisens' St. R.K. office.
AT NEWPORT NEWS, VA.-1000 loU, 500
feet water fro t, X feet deep. For (nil
Informaaon address WM. A. DEAN,
47 f.QTlngton street. Baltimore. Rfn.
Do Monroe street.
front room, furnished or
good locality ani rooa
68 001! RT ST.
RESIDENCE During the summer, a sub
urban resident, furnished, near boule
vard street eara. Lirge garden. Ane lhade.
etc. None but first class tenant need apply.
8. II. LAMB, Miss and Tenn. deppt.
ROOMS Three nicely furnish -d rooms,
second floor, with board. Reasonable
terms. 15 Htoond St., coiner Exchange.
COTTAGE No. 401 Clay street, in good
repair and only half block cut of new
treet CTj'"'gm;pijgp a Madison St. .
ROOMS Three pleasant summer rooms,
suitable f r light housekeeping or for
gentlemen roomers Apply to
J. L. BHOTWELL, 2M Front St.,
or 130 Qreenlaw street, Chelsea.
-Newly furnished, at
211 MAIN ST.
VfTCE COTTAGE Three rooms on College
street, near soatn gate oi
Apply at 36 Union street.
0U8E No. 83 Fifth street, Chelsea.
Applyto j.u. wiuunjiisun.
At Wm. R. Moore's.
HOTEL Fiftr-four sleep
furnished) kitchen and din-
: ,m f .. 1 1 n i, ii i i , it- H
E. B. Well EN RY, HeoeiYer, 292 Second st.
HOUSE A newdoub'e-tenernent house, 4
rooms on each side: nicely finished;
larseyardiin f.ot, all conveniences, on
Koss avenue. Go-d cistern. Apply to Mrs,
E. Ouinlan. 130 Manassas it.
UKNISBED ROOM Fo" gents nd lor
houeKeeping, at no uourt street.
TT1W0 elefrant front room
Apply at ft A tin row st
POSITION By a competent lady, in a
slore. Address CQMPKTEST. Appeal.
C COPIED PMTURES All stvles, oldcs
J and largest hous in the world. Agents
lend for oatlue and pecial terms.
TKNKVCK CO., Auburn, N. Y.
PARTY With business abilities, who is
willing to invest an amount in propor
tion and who can realise 3(10 per tent, in
about three months, will apply in confi
dence at once to
H BCntEimZ, m Mainst
OU T" LOOK At the Memphis Steam
Lnuniry ad. and learn to mcp in sty e.
-117 II ITU (IIP I.
-Eight to twelvs years of
VV age, can obtaiu a gnod home in a niie
family. Apply at.o. 3M Frnter street,
)08ITr0N By a go6d steady boy in store
or office. Address J. 0., Appeal office.
EVERYBODY To call and seo the cele
brated Gypar clairvoyant, at 117 Third
street, near Poplar. ;
TO KNOW That I have
made the greatest discovery of the age
filhnr leeih with go d. For the next
thirty dais I will fill t-etb for tl 60.
A. WESSON , 243 Main at.
CCUPAST3-For pleasant rooms at 127
Main street, near Court r-ounre.
AGENTS coin money with our Amateur
Photo outfit, and collecting family
pictures to en lane, speoisl 30-day offer.
BMPIXB COP 1 1NG CO., 381 Canal t., N.Y.
I ADY A G ENTS For
New " Tilter' a I'ilUr. Bustle. Huop-
ekirt and Underskirt combined. Hoops can
tie removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any sis. Ve j fashionaole, and sells
for $2 to every well-dressed l.dyassoon as
ehown. Agents double their money. Al o,
giuil line of new furnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with sump, k. H.
OAMPBELL A CO , No. 484 West Randolph
street, Cbicaeo, III.
EATHER8 Old and new feathers.
Highest oab nrfeiaia a'
GABAY'S, 4W Shelby street.
EXPERIENCED AGENTS And corre
spondents for new business. Positions
permanent. Salary or oommission. Writ
to-day. Address ,
NATIONAL ECONOMIST. Chicago, III.
M FN and women to strta newbusinesi
at th ir hones, easilv learned in an
4iour; 1 0 to fil.i an hour made daytime or
evening. Send H'c lor a package of samples
and 24 working s mp es to commence on.
Addres.LBAMYclPPLY CO., Albany N.Y
EN, ETC. 20 1 station men,
SO tl --makers,
on Bald Knob extension, 25 miles from Mem
phis. Apply on work at Tyronsa river, or
to foof, MeGowan k Co.
HARVEY A SCOTT.
AT s-N To do st.tion worg on tiald Knob
iX railroad ; station work at 11 to 1) rents.
Also, tie-m ke's at 12 cents. Apply to
BARVsY KCOtT. lyronsie.
MAN To tsk an office and eprei-ent a
manufacturer; 160 pe'week; small cap
ital required. Address, with stamp, Box 70,
West Acton. Mass.
LL) GOLD SlLVaR For cash orex-
gw. .miLrtiHt', Jeweler, Tta n.
HIUME -Teash pru es paid for old and new
FEATH KHS at 448 Main street.
.fu . vi v. . saUKI
TO AGENTS Ad
eSIUUU drow at once, DH. SCOTT'S
IfLrCrRIG GOODS, 842 Broadway, New
York. The only gen uine.
A GENTS In every section ol ta country
.fortwoNew looks, just ready. ersniAL
TsRMSti men of exierience capable ol Dll
lug a large territory. Su.a exrerienfa, nee
and territory wanted. (.'AS6KLL i: CO.
Gimiled), S-2 Brot.dwi.y, K. 1'., andWBear
iWn srcH. Chirsgiij
OAL.KS.VI K.N la everr Piste in the II ion
' to rep-esert s PAINT 4MAUAU1XK-
. hi 1 1- r .i.vi i 'x
TV-1 L'JTillKdUHVT l,q.n, lAVjtrftl
rrgiULT'kS tbiitjre fopular and easy sell-
log. Ciio be handled .done or in eonnaoti. o
with r.'ber woods. Addre-s TUB WM. B.
?HJCK MAS' !. C'h. BALTIMOKS, Ml).
TVU nnwiler never Tiries. A marvel ol
purity, strength and whoksomeness. More
esimoiuical than the ordinari kinds, and
cnnnot be sold In competition wilb the
multitude of low test, short weight alum or
iinotphat powders. Hold onlv ncunt. Rossi
tliirlvr: P,.wir'n . I in" V.wVr-k.
oonnn ti ixm 'sn ,n ,umt to
0UUU suit partie-hiving notes well
indorsed, rent notva, chittel mortgages or
other reliable security, irqureai
?:u r-KftiND ST
rpHK IDEA-That collars and caffs cannot
X be re-laundned to irer qu .1 to new
work, i-ce Meni bis bteim Lauoary aare
tipcnont f nricn'-
KOUMS AiNU ItOAKU
ROOMS One large front room with bat
eont and on large back room wi;h
larg dressing-trout, and itheri as good as
can bt iouLd iu the ci y. ...
(i) L i 1U.X Ol.
ESIRABLB ROOM" AND BOARD
At i aiurxet street.
QPLENPrD POOMS-Wlih board, 81 Mul
O Kerrv st. : also day hoarder !
IJOOMS AN L
BuARD DeMrable rooms
and board at 72 Madison st.
JT. JAMES HOU8E-Cor. Second and Ad
J amssts. Room and board 15 per week.
Dar board 14 per week.
ROOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at Hit Court stret.
BOARDWith exce'llent room,
124 ADAMS STRKET.
K NICE Rooms,
urmahed or unturnished.
with or without board, at 137 Madison St.
TWO large unturnirhed rooms, with or
without board, at 69 Madison street, cor
Forty f ear a BolTerer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
"FOR FORTY YEARS I hay been a vic
tim to OATARRU-thren-fourfe of the time
a sufTerer from EXi'RUCIaTING P a INS
aohiisx MV KOnKHKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. The discharges were so oSensive
that 1 hesi ate to mention it, except lor the
good it may do some other sufferer. I have
spent a young tortune from my ernm,n
ouring my forty years of 'uflering to obtain
relief Irnm the doctors. I have tried pa'ent
medio'nee every one I could learn of from
the four corners of the earth, wit ' no relief.
An t AT LAST (57 years of age) hve met
with a remedy that has cured me entire y
mada me a new man. I weighed 128 pounds,
and now weigh W. I used thirteen bott es
of the medicine, and the only regret I havj
is, that being in the humble wa ks of li e I
may not have influeoce to prevail on ad ca
tarrh sufferers to uto what has cured me
GuIiiu'h i'ionenr Blood Kenewer.
" No. 267 Second street, Macon, Oa."
" Mr. Henry Cheves. the writer of the
aove. formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, Ga., merits the confidonce of a l in
terested in catarrh. A 11 FE,
" Ex-Mayor of Macon."
FLESH PR00lCtR& TONIC
Galon's Pioneer Blond Renewer.
Cures ell Blood and Skin Diseases. Rheutna
t ", crolula, Old Sores. A perfect Spring
Medicine. ,.,.. L j j
If not in your market, it will be forwarded
on receiptor price. Small bottles, tl, large,
Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
MACON MUniCISE COWPAWT.
BRWN'N IRON mrrr.KH i'Otl.
pletely eradicated malarial pnion
from the system of the little son ol Mrs.
Penroe, 40 Poplar str.et, Memphis, Tenn ,
when suffering from chills and fever. Qui
nine failed to oenefit hirn
TJX BOOO FBHT,
ny.CR PARK AND OAKXAHIs On
" the crest of the Ailegh nies, within the
famous ulade Senti n, direntlv on the line of
the B. and 'I. NoS-ageRi es or 'Bos Trans
fers All Limited Exotess Trains Stop.
With the ne and unparal e ed fHst chetl
u'e on the Bait mora and Ohio Railroad,
these loTelt twin resorts are beyond all eom
parison the most advantageously located,
bo h as to train rervice and surroundings, of
any east ol the Rckie.
StraMiii SSprii. Jnsso X.'td. No Flies.
w u...n,.ln,.a No line VrYtiT No Malaria
Deer Park and Oakland, the one being but
is miles distant trom the o her with the
most charming drivei connecting them will
be under the mana ement of Mr. W. J.
WALKER, who, in h a three seasons man
age ment.bas m"de many cnthuiastc friend"
ot th glorious resott- Ailcnmrounio tions
should he addressed to W. J. Walker, Queen
City Hotel, Cuinberand, MA , np to June
lath. A ter that date, eitl or Leer Park or
RATES 500, I" ar.d VM per month, ac
cording 1 1 locations.
The B. and O. Company has spared no ex
pense In rendering ltr Park and Oakland
the l.ading Moun Bin Rcsottsof the bnsr,
and for the season of im the attra tions will
be it a character not hitherto equaled, and
the oolsine of both houses unexcelled.
First-cl.ss Laundry, rina Livery. Ele
gant ne Bathing Po.ils.
The finest place for Children In the lnd.
KILOWN-N 1ROX MITTKRSI II As)
been used in the fmily of Mrs. Laura
J. Johnson, 293 Main street. Mcmnhis.Tenn ,
for bi ions lever and chills with most satis
factory results. It is their standuri family
me icioe. : .
Ta ) Traveling Pabllc.
MiiFin, Tixx . May 24, 1S96.
OWING lo the change of gsuge of the
Menrhn "nd Charleston Railroad on
Monday. May 31st. No, 2 leaving Memphis
at 10-20 p.m. Mny3U.h will be discontinued.
No. 4 ieavingMempt.il st 10:UO a.m. May
31t. will be di-contin' ed.
No 1 arriving at Me ,.rhls at 5:2 a.m.
May 31t will be shandnned No 3 arriving
at Memphis at 4:55 p m. May 31st ill be
abardore'l. ..... .
Kceula' trains wi I be resumed, commenc
ing with the Soo ervilie acojiomo laiion, at
5:.iO p.m. Mn 31?t
R. B. I-KGRAM. gapcrinttiidcnt.
T HE partnerli ti hrto or exiit'lig
I twr-un A. It. B rthohiMiciv and Vi m
Alliin U this ilnv dinKiilved bv ui ut mil pun
srit, Mr. li iruilome nu uui.n all obliga
tions aul beuill a ,r. .
WM. y. AtT.KN,
A. II. ItARlllMl.OVEW.
In retiring from the above tirm I "ijiild
take tht oinittonnv or nsnaing in uu
I tinrml l.rmi U1V InatIV ITienaS Inr .il III-
vors, and ask a continuance of sunie to my
i atrtner of twenty jears. W M y. ALLb-.
The n firta i' n" 'hatiged ti
Js.Kl'Bl.aTlg,w KtasriSS CO.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MAY 2S, 18Sfi.
MORE VIEWS ON GAS.
hEYKRAL WAYS OF REHARMSO
TUE IMPORTANT QUESTION.
Positive Opinion Expressed bj
Mfetir. Mrnkea, Prttit, (iwjnaf,
Schoolfleld tod Otker.
The column of expivssiors bmt
gas in tbe Aitkal of yeeieiday morn-
trig was geneial y reni, and tbe quw
tua was Itely dirraseed wber
aver a varty cf cit'xens happened
to net t. No rly every man appri ached
hud a inie opii i n to give, and a few
s-X'iea-'orr! if IfadiDK citizens are
gvsn hel -w.
j. j ihorwan. id me next lew
veais electric 1 glit n rtny be cheaper
thrni a 8. 6ix v veare. or ioitr or even
ten iB too Iocs io tie up the city. Com
petition may Lot amouDt to anything
so far at pas companies are cinctr.ied.
hut wh sLon'd tw very careful about
crea in a monopoly, no ma t:r how
f vr its propod'ion may appear.
A J Gvynne. Tne city ehonld
make a c u '-t with the cl J com
pany, if possible, to euply tbe s'rat ts
ai d prjiji"' buildiuge a', trie lowest
po fible price, and i ay forit. I do
no lik-i eiiiier cf Ilia pioOiitions
made ry the old company, and
t'mjsT onld bs nniie to bind th
city or yhngterm tf yetrs. Ii st-i d
of bav ug tue st reem, ttc, linhten free
rnd t xpeciing consumers to pay 1 2 per
10C0 Im t the bettt r plan wi u'd be for
t.ietity o pav the ks company somv
thinx nd cat the rate to contumerj
. T. Fargaxm. Tin gauge of all
the rsilioa a in the South is to be
changed in a day t r two. We a'e to
have one and pf rhsps two lints to tbe
c al fisids ol AUhatLa, and the piice
of coal is ceitain to be moch liwcr
than a pre-nt. Tbe rate which tbe
i Id tompiny propose! to charge is en
lire'y :o i bigb, snd s xty years is too
li ng; I n- a coutrait for a low rale, 'or
a limi't d '.erm of yea-s, eeoms to mo
abmit the thing.
11 Iow, whj i ' fighting ihStatidiira
Oil C iupauy : "It, is oi.t of the qnei
ti n ti think of accept ng citberof the
old compa&y's p opieiii ni. Tbis is a
rapidly grew i n city, and we ought to
meet issuta day by oay thv pre
BLt themselves. Beit r py $5 for a
ear or to than t) saddle a monopoly
on 'he people,"
T. F. Dutfin. Exclusive privilege
are io: to te tbruht of. lbs idea of
fixing a mooopoly cn ttii people for
rix'y ysari, or for any great lergth of
tim, strike, rr.e as outiagenu,
W. N Brown. I wouldn't make any
such cumrait aa that pr pised in my
own priva e affairs, and I certainly
tl ink it a bid idta for a g o wing city
iike M -mpi is to do it. 1 am for com
petition L t (be new company have
all the privileges it wants,
A. Vaccaro. We ought to make
our coniiao jer by jf a-. Tbe
st eitsmay be lit by r.fl c'edsunllgiit
in sixty years. Memphis is big
enough for to strtet car compsnies
and wi y not let ns nave two gas roni'
nanies? L-t os have two gas compa
niaarjd t k our chances in the
rnnirh and tomb's.
. S. Toof. We have labored under
w t -r. street car and otuer moncpo
lies, bu ara h8 keen tbe mts', bar
ddiaime if a I. Ic bas douHe dis-
riniiteil evervthinir Ue. For tl
last twfDtj-tive yiara we hive be n
nv'milo o 50 o 100 perceLt. mo e
fir usa tnn wa rh juld have paid, an i
althong i p ice hsve usen reduced in
the pHt iwtlve minus, we are s in
pavngSO to 75 cms per thousand
m. re ihaa iho ct st of fuel,
labor, etc. Tier is no re.s n
why New York ard cthoi cities shoti'd
I ave a Mimber one artinle of gis at
$1 25 ptr 100 while wa ara required
to lav $2. I an opposed to auy con
rct tl at binds us for any length of
time, fjr the naion that impro"e
mtnta iO-s an ly g ing on, ant th
cheap pri e t which coal is now
d 1 van d in this market is likely to uc
lowertd t-tul m- ro. vi e ought not tJ
trtrr mel ourselves wi h pnjthiug'hut
would aeep us tiom reelizi g toe I en-
tit of it. Men phis is eit.iltd to es
coeap sn is it f iro'shed tiany city
in Ameri!, and I would sanction lo
co t aj' which did not give it to cs
J. Al. Ftirrihgton. Entley's prop si
Hon a a a ta r one. Tht ra are 6 j.000
penpla in Memphis, and the 1900
meters reprr-axut aciuilly about 1500
cnumme'S. He 8 raply proposes to
charge ih m eno igh to maka 7 per
ceLt.or obrnt f2 per 10(0, and (he
rm,mee will go to ti e benefit of the
re .pie at large. 1 doa't think th
it would be jns'ifled iu teaiirg up
its s'r eta f' r 25 cstils or even 50 teuti
a tnousi-nil when saoh an arrange
ment can bi made). I own Bone ta
eto k, but you f sk my opinion and I
give i"o 6u candidly and frankly.
M. Gavin. I am not, in favor ol giv
ing an txc us ve frarchise to any com
pany for any length of time. Memphis
is H enough end atr ng erjongi to
take cara of herself. L.t us have ail
tl e new capital and new companies
we c n get.
IK .ScltooJidd. My mind is net
fully msd up, i ut tbe be t way aot
ol t se mi to m-t lo make a contia t
with ihi fid tompany to ligit tbe
'r.e and pub iobuildiigiand to fai
nih couaumera at tto lowett tate,
w tiont relirecci io timer ui tue
piopit'on a'ready male.
T PeUitU the old company
wai ts monopoly lot it put down the
pi ice so low that a new company can
not come in. An exclutive franchise
c i not be trrsn'ed to any one concern.
We want nbpaper uas and ought to
have it. If iho piice was put down 1 1
$1 50 tbe tiUJJOnr if consumers would
be doabled in a liHle while and every
r aitv hnilt would have p p-s in it.
J IT. (ioodbar. It seeu-B ti me tht
if the gai company givs the city its
l lii ncr frpe it will ci mpel ine ccn
i n.iifiB io py forit. As to the otlier
pitipt s tiou, m give tbe rily all over 7
iter cunt., It aa I Ol seem to me-, wnea
1 1 ejrd it, that it was one which sen
n.ble bmiLea men could give tbe leaet
(onsiderat on. As a consumer of gap,
I protest againt t the fits: proposal and
don't 'hn it worth while tj dif cuis
the ft1 cr at nil.
H Lvehrmami.-lt the city will give
me ibe ext-lueive privilege 'o do tbe
brewing business o' Memphis I will
furnish beer to t irjty Memphis at
thre cents a e'asi and give the Coun
cil all tbey Want for their own me in
thehatg'ip. As for the pr position
to ligat the c ty l cs, l aon t stemntn
in ii; and a ui that which propo e
to turn over to tin ci y all over 7
porcer.t.tnecitHS'.on ip, "Who wi'l
decir'e and hiw will you gt t it? " Let
ui tik our i ha ics wi h compctifo i.
J S. ilenlcnU (.!. City C ::;!
establi'ihed a monoroly ,.
1 nif as one day, I vonl.i ft'i
irg out. I f h';tild feel a st n
eonal outrsge. Memphis l
pa ded es f.nsi ci tie nioit II
ni t.rjnneit'R c't es in tl'
Herbudserei arove pa-, .
ran be obtnioed at 1 pb, .
York by any r sponsihle
inveetment he:e. To
! I 81
f p -
i :r in;?,
. ui New
go out thet
a monopoly bad
pjion h'r wjnH
casta siup't'irn of dishoneat upon
her c llic'aia and would have a damaa
irg effect abrcad. 1 am not d.xz'.ed
liy te bones in the way of ftes ga to
he city cflered by the old tompiny.
I do niit consider the question from
that standpoitt, hut lioiu cno of pub
lic pilicy. It is wrong in p'ii,ciple.
ll it be nndir tjoltte world over
that we hava no fence arouuj tbe
town, tbat it is open aid
f.ee to cwmpetitior, tbat we in
vita capital, and that we are in
favor cf all nsw enterprifea arid will
meet Ihiee who piopose to invest their
moot y hera with open arms. No oce
man or set cf men has a mortguiie on
tbiicitvoritsat ett', ani no barrier
ahould'be placed npon invesimert.
Toe argument tbat tie elrctts would
l rail el is a very weak one, a id in
deed, all arguments are weak a::nst
commnv which proposes to put down
500,r00 in the citv. If there wa dan
ger of a cons, lidatinu and the piie
hrtns rai ei the next day, it would
make no change in my views.
CemselltlnsB t'hotpvas 4. a.
To the Editors of the Appeal:
In your issue cf lo-day I rea lan op-rosition-Iike
psragraph of "One Who
Knows," and I think that h (or she)
i- more right than he (or she' knows
Havtrg bt'le knowledge slnut the eas
buriinees in general, 1 dn not iutend to
ju Ige any on' of the oliicial j roceod
ioga done by the City Council, but I
like to give them an example: In ISSi)
the grs ia Chicago was cl arged up at
ti e pric of $2 50 p;r 1CO0 feet and to
day it is sold at f 1 per 104 0 test, and
betides tbe new eompiny in Chicago
is futnishirg gs fix ores (not only
metsre) frte ol chaig. Wbo knows
what wi 1 fi.llow hero? r w. d.
SOUTHERN HAIL NEWS.
l.irrLK KOt'H RO.l.
Another aires Wealersa Brliessse
Urneral Now, Prreooale,
Splkrs aad Nparka.
Ttejinninir Momlnv next, the Kau
nas City, SpringUulil and Memphis
i.ai roan company w in uu me niiun
fer business- across the river for the
Memphis and Little Eock railroad.
The next thing Gen. Keltleton will
do will be to build a bridjre for the
use of all the railroada. One cau
now bo built, it is said, sn cheaply ns
the struc lire across the r.ver at St.
Tbe BenrOt to Kssazvllle.
Wrile the Ciniinnati Southern
railroad was under construction
Knoxville mt-rihantB sold supplies to
the contractors to the amount of sev
eral hundred thousand dolla 8. Of
the fl,00ii,000 to be expended in
building the Emory Gap railroad, at
lest 500,000 will find its way to
Knoxville for supplies, ami to pay
the Wages of the laborer.
The Kmery iass Koad.
By subscribing $200,000 ptock
Knoxville can secure the use of 400
miles of new railroad for ell time to
come. The building of the Kmory
Gap railroad will be equivalent to
building a road to Cincinnati, nearly
30 1 miles, and a road to Una tanoogt,
over 100 mileB- In otlier words, by
building one-fifth of 42 miles Knox
ville secures 377 miles of railroad that
the city cannot now touch.
Tbe Tyrsssst-Volawle slalcta.
Cincinhati, O..May 27. The match
race between lyrant auu volanre lor
$5000 a side will be ran in 8t. Liais.
the association there hnvinc addea
From Kansas to Mlaalsalppf.
Ths Railway Reaitttr lays: "The
Lit le Rock and Fort Smit h, and the
Little Rock, M siies'ppi and Texa
forma lin now in opcraion from
Arkantss City, on tbe Miis s ippi, up
the valley ol the Arkama river,
through Little Roct to tort bmith, a
d s.ance of 277 miles. These roads
lnvenot paid, although of lato thsy
have done vary much better than bi-fo.-e.
The owners of the sesnri io",
anxious to make the pr jpeni- 8 profit
able, proposs lo extend the line. The
p an, is near as it can be learned, is
for the compinies to be orgtnizert and
then ths new eimpiny, which is to
a quite the read, to extend it cn, up
the ArkansfR valley to Arkan
sis City, Kas., wbeie it will
meet tbe Atihism, Topeka
a id Stnta Fa syttem. A line will
then b frrned which will expend
(nm the Kansts border down the
Aranas Riter Valley to tbe Miesis
ei, pi river. Tbe line may possibly be
built oa through Missibtinpi to Murid
iao, where diiectconcei tions could be
secured f r the coas. This pi m has
manv apparent arlvantiges, and, if
the difficulties in tbe way cau be ad
justed, the new route ought to be a
favorite uhe for Leight and travel.
The Atchison, Topeka and Sgn'a Fe is
sa d to b one ol the promoters ot tne
Iodmn Tarritory line and will bave a
- . , . i.
proprieiiry lniereab iu u.
Nplhea assd fiawirka.
W. H. Babr, of Jackson, Teno., is
wo k!n outbo Yasioex'ension of tie
Llino s Ct n'r.l rt ad in M Miacippi,
VicKSBDRfl, Miss., May 2. Tbe
ove fljw of tba Vicksbuig, Shrere
nort and Pcinc railioaa ha so
Lr recedod tDat tbe rotnagement an
nouni e tli-y will rasume the regular
pasanger and treiht trains oy luurs'
dny at t tie latent.
W. M. Johnsok of tbe firm of R T
Wilson & Co , the great ta lroa-t tnag
nstea of New York, and owners of tie
MiBsistippI Valley railroad, is in tbe
city on a tour of inspectloo. Ue re
nrrts the eond tioa of matter and
things along his line is especially en'
BaaiKNiiia July 8, the Arkarsas
Valley route will pa on Pollmsn
m,Uea and Monarch DoffetBleeinpgcara
between Little R ck and New Cleans.
Tbis is an enterprising move cn the
part of tbe manaiferaont. It will adl
tn the comforts of t ave ing and make
Ihe route itill more popular w ith tiav'
Gbadimo on the Georgia Midland
Is progressing Ban f ic only. Ihe u st
tin miles are under contta;t to a man
who is pushing tbe wo'k rapidly. The
rnnv'f a aie at work ia Htrtis countv,
about eleven miles from Co umbus It
is tbe itteotion o- the cinirjctors to
(o nplete a euffiiisnt number of milt
of the riai to gutrintse tbe tianpor
tatiou of the present year'a ottoa
crop ol Harris cuoty.
To Ihe Public
Owing o change of gniifre on the
L'uisviile and Nashville railroad Mm
day. May :i()th. train No 4 leaving
Meint his at 10:10 . ni May L'fth, an
No. 2. li nviiiL Mi'iniiliis ut 10:10 a.ni
M y : Ot r , wi 1 lie ilisi ont.;ntiel.
T rain Nn. 1. due at l a.m . No
at 4:00 in.. av 'M, and No. 1
Mav :i , will also hi' discunt tilted.
S'hedule of all trains will be re
Miiued witi N't. 4, leaving Memphis
Sunday at 10:10 p m , .way SOth.
WM. COLrAMP, Su;t.
THE JAP 11 MS (MY.
LAST Hi III' "MIKiDO"
The Cempany, the Orchestra
tbe ArtlsU la Ilarmouj To
Mgbt and Valiate.
Tbe Amateur Athletic Assies i in
covered iteelf with glrry lut nin lit.
Tbe .V.'idrfo wa i a s'gnil success. The
Association baa beou wo kfng hard it
it in an irtalhgont wsy and dessrved
to succeed, tome three ? eais an j the
seociati' n, then io i's baby c oth r,
rrade iu initiatory bid lor rulilic favor
in an open lot out cn Ltodardale
stteeU About down young men,
bluehirg iu knee breeclrs, stepp d
out or.oa a srate plat in fail vitw o'
about twj hundred of llieir
Isdr friends wfco were je eh d
on p'a- ki ranted rgaint-t the fuue.
Mo thly exhihit'onx in tbe cp na'r
were given dining the siiniin r, the
a'l ve members and the so li nc c n
Btaniy increasing. Ki'ally they v.re
R'.rong enough to rjLt a hsll in the
Lee H ock, ami th-ir nxt tin wes in
ths shnpe of a base ba'l mach te'wten
t co nines of the club, the limit's and
tie Mother Hub'ardr. 8 nite ihn
they havo teeoine more poweilu',
more exclutive, ad more care
ful about extodng themselves to
theeun and a r, being c iHont wit'i
indoor ixhibitiona, niuscalaa, ire
cream and terpschorem y.i nasties in
their hands iae ball intlieS iteJ
Bethel building, increasing their mem
bership, meanwhile, to alont 350 ol
ths best-drecsed vou'h of the city.
And it was hera that 'he Mikado Ulsa
was bom. and it grew and giew in til
the a sociation had one of tbe bigges:
kind of hot-bonsstxotics on its hands.
in rnix iilocm
The dress circle and psrqne'te last
night at 8 o'clock was a sea of ami log,
tl.onir l fltiBhAl fc. waves of fans,
capped with hundreds of nodding
white plumns. The milliners mtitt
have had a I nrvett. In point of ele
gant drersing the audience has not
bsenfanaeu by bdv this eeason or
When the carlsin rose the slime
1 nknd like a aocd siaed leotlon of Ja
n.n. The male chorus. abjlU ttlllty
atinnv. loomed co in ar. a, style, and
the own nntnera ot ine pseuuo-jsps
wmilil nt li.ve known them, lie
openirg ttrains of the cp'ra, strangaly
in keeping with tho genet al Idea of hi
Japanwe, were wtll given, putting (he
comf any ana tne auuience at on uj
a fn,nillv footing. At o her tiu e',
when the ladies of ths cliorup, who
wara all from among the lovaliest of
tne city, was added to the male i horns
the 8 aie was quits filled fnru wing to
wing, and the volume of sound, swell
ins roandlvaod in aood time, remind
ed one of tbe best cranshiea which
bave attempted ihe Mikww bare.
THE TIN0B XNTII18.
The entrance of Nanki-rco wai ths
first thins to brina tbe friends of ihe
Botietv to a reiiiat'ion ol tbe fact
tbat tbe success of the performance
would frequently depend upon sn in
dividual, an i that a tinglo mB8tep on
bis part would bring ruin. But he did
not rtumMo in decoding tbemtible
ataits The second tntntone was so
far a snc:es. But the laHv frieuds of
Ihe tenor were st a lo. They looked
at the hills and found the fame of M'.
Riooelle. Tbev looked at ths tenor and
fouLd a pair of gorgenm etiii ei tights
encasing layering uur, uncunaiu mge,
adnnhinir iscie'. a bid sssb and
mandolin, but no nuiitai tie. l tie ais-
ti giishln mark bad disappeared,
But "Nanki-Poo'B" voice was not dam
aued or even dislii;uren. lie wa m
a hit ashamed of h s lois, but rather
liked it, snd the second trombone waa
A t-n-kuot bobbail fr im behind tb
lnft. win. It wa almost imin- d a'ely
followt d i y the round Ia e and p inly
figure of "rooh-Bi.h," ia a reepland-
ent red gown. The audience wns quite
awe stricken by dib gran a'guny.
wsB at once appirmit fiat be hid
distinct and well-di lined concep
tion of the part, and lb a, 1.
k..l Sa nmna in i nrrv It Out lu f n't
of the array cf his young lady
......itilannnii In fho flllVH nlrp'n.
n, i j , i 1 1 1 , (i 1 1 ... ii .u - - " ......
1 . . t tr - ,
Fiom nrt to last iir. v,.frie ivuowi
ton did ro. lose bis iqiHibrium, but
left more than half theainlioiice under
the belinf tbat he wus tbe hoit "1'oih-
Ba"i" who eyer appealed ueforo a
TIIK FUNNY MAN.
Aflnirish of trump t annmnced
Ihe arrival of the '"Lurd High Execu
tioner" upon lha s ene. If all Japtn
sieiH executioners are as villaiueus
in appearanca as bi make-up would
have one b?lieve, a wbiio man sen
tenced to d-ath in Japan wou'd rover
bave to goihr.ingh the let t entail, tie
wonld be f ighten d to death bef ire
be got to it, and if tbey were all half
a tunny, ne wouiu escape
by bum ing b'ood-veseel tr
uplitting a rib. Denharn would
lave oeen tuiis ana do ioou
htm. Mr. Hjtton was as n a''y
likeDen amass imperative amaleir
can be like a professii.nil. With the
eiceptton ol bis rather weak at empt
at recitative in ine nrsr set, re uis
chatgtd the duties t f his bio idea
olfi.'M in a manner which on ht to have
tetn Bsti fjc ory to tke Ji-paoesa gov
ernment and wai ceita nly to to the
TBRKR Mains KSOsI RCHOOI,.
The First, 6econd and Third wsn?fl
can nevnr send in a nnwr u io-
gt on than they did in toe per
sons of Mies A ic TtesiKcll,
Misa Eaatra Poake aud Miis F-nriie
Htrtin, ih wirds of K'iko. Tneir
sweet, girlish vo'orn, neci evand
ceatn omplexions, and tl li iously
t'nted ro -i u mts, made thorn the
id, at "three lit'le maids from
fchool." It would have b en as much
a any man's life was worth to 'ay in
the pre euce of last night's and eiice
that they were nit tie t'iree preifeat
li t a ma ds in or out of sabo il in
JaDan cr anywhere ele Their voices
were well st uned, their lidls bobs
and tu veta g-aee iUdf, and even
the detested giggle was mnslial.
In a sl- eftirwarl Wi s Tread
well (' Yum Yum") g-ined rou"dsof
aiDlanse. and Mits Ilorton ( 'Pip
Km" then and afcrwrd eapnirad
the audience by a wonderfully grace
fnl nnvement which B-emed toi
raturelf rtrainlrgto lave hidauy
thing to 1 1 with 't. Miss r e ike was
fharmtnir. To ' Petti 8 Ok"onef 'In
p e'tiott nils in tte wh le opeta 'a'l
"He i going to marry 'V uin-Yum,' "
and she did it o exq lit-itely as to cet
tbe audience nearly wi d.
Mr. Frr nk Po tin bad hi own ir'ea
o' how the ".viiiado "sUoiiId bjliave
ami nirr'ed it out.
Miss Mer:e lli'zfeld fang tbehnes
ol "Ka'isha" very seetly.
Asa wLo'p, tin onera was(u b
c wil'iies wvra ini-
NW York, kail 'Jbr
1 II I, TKXX.
aar I'.W PKM KS.-We are Boa fin'hing Collars and fuff afist tie latest New York
il fa'hioo a soft raediiiin g'oss liui.b. kei up with the s i -e a-,,1 time. attU send us
your Collars and Cull. We will ay Ku rrss Charges both ways un ,t, ni- aoiwutititig to
i:, ar-1 charges one war on inrkae of lns amnunt
J-BISte?: Collars ana vual, i ir uumu ,
CAMPBELL & ROZIER,
w a e-v l i n we
a a a n i aa. aaa a
HA.lUtXIjBa OI FANCY :
With Self-Vooearlnt Cards, aenl by mail ob applieallor, yj ' of Shirlg
made by sending as an old one to measure by. VV Kllri rUK UIK rHICha. v
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIM FACTORY,
jii. Him' at
lot up a iout f IH)0. lint with an
heriuph antienci in nigin f nn a
aood hoiisi at matinee the profit will
he equally mat nmcu. wir. n. .
Carnea will una Yuin-lma to-
ng'it, and at mamin luiss lrtii.leil
w 11 appear in the llral a 'l, mre. i-urnes
n the stcoml.
A Htlsi ml the Trsiveiera- rr.
Itirtlve aoclatlo l.aat Xtsilit.
The Tennessee Division of the
Travelers' Protective Association met
at tho Gayo-o 1 lotel at H o'clock laHt
night, 1' esulent A Ji. nic wiiiiiu in
the chair, Win. L. Clark secretary.
After sonu diBtussion tho meeting
vote, on motion lof Mr T. ti Jones,
to request the s guatiires of the nier
chants of Meinpliis to a petition to be
addressed to railroad olllelali mid to
bo preset ted for iHilorHei.ent to the
convention of tho Travelers' Protec
tive Association of the I'nlted Stales
to lie hold in Baltimore J in o 24th,
2,rith and 2Hth Kaid o ition eniho'l
ies the following requests:
I'irt-Tliat you put on saio at an
ticket oIlicoB on your lints of rond "a
meek end ticket, good to any point
and return, for one fare, on any train
starting on Friday and returning on
any train inu iuiiuiii uum;,
(Second That vou sell to any nwiu-
bnr cf the Travelers' Protective Aaso.
elation one thousand mile tickets at
the rate of two cents per mile.
Third That you alHw any ami an
embers of tho Travelers' Protective
Association 250 pounds of lgg go.
and iHSiieexcess bsggago tickets to said
niemb re at 25 per cent less tnan your
p escnt tarlfl'. ' ' '
Fourth - That on all baggage In ex
cess of i"50 pounds yon on y require
payment for tho actual number of
, uiuis at tne rtMiueeti prue mr
"Fifth - That these bonoflts be grant
ed to members of the Trtveers Pro
tective Association only,and Hint each
one b required to present Ins ticket
of membership, when asked to do so
by your respoc ivo agent
The commit ee that will c'rcoluUt
the above petition will also be empow
ered to request pecuniary aid to pro
vide a sum BUtlicl nt to send one or
more persons to Baltlmoie to take
earn of tho tiutitioii in tho convention.
'1 here being no other business, tho
meet ng adjourned.
sjtn iisa aPBINUS-A benutlful health
resort The waters of these Siirings have
long been known tor their remarkable eura
i. n,ialiii-a. Tba aurinus are sevsn in
number, each sii'lng containing dlllnrant
crative miwors. The bath house is sui tills d
with water Irotn certain oilne al si rings.
These a hs In cmneetion with drinklne ihe
water from 'he springs suited tn the invalid
a I nent act iiowetfully en dlsoa e. Th'So
tlitTcrrnt wale s bave no eiiual for the o re of
all kidnev and hladdur troubles rheuina
t'tra, iiaralvsis, neuralgia, dyspepsia, snro -ula.cntir
h, ih:onio alooliolio iioijnns, ro
uiale weaknosts, all dineases of the livor
and spleen, hemorrhoids, dropsy and all dis
eases ol tho ab-omlnal and pelvio viscera,
we ik, debilitated oonstltutlona, and as an
eftloieiit brain and nerve tonic this wster has
nn ... ,i I., ihm nrid. Thiino sur ngs are lo
cated In 0 ay county, 111 , Itvss mile north of
(Jlny Ciiv, a village on the main line of the
Ohio anil Mississippi rsiiwur, iw uumn um,,
Ht. Louis, IMS miles frnru Olnolnnall. WU
miles from Louisville, Ky. Kicursion lak
e's for sale at ad tlokot oflioes of the II M.
K. H., and e mnecting lines. Write Tor cir
culars and olho' information Jo
U. r.. ilium, rr pr'eior,
Bailor Epilogs. i:ia county. I I
KANn HOil.li, I.I' rie-Kinmsi,
Hnokbridso Oo., Va. High up In the
vin.lnl. mniintjilns. P ii turesii ue surr und-
lnss,eilensiveand beautilully shaited Un.
(las, electrle bells, and all modern improva
tnAnls. Two lUil v m ils. post, telegraph and
espresa offices on the premises, fable the
very best. Injuriously furnished rooms:
sui e' h band of musio. Send fur illutrated
p-4inpnet. tjnarge moaera'y. "i "
It ts. June lftih WntTt: Alum. ( nii(ioitl
and frrerslone. R.T- W ll.Klr. HON .IVIiin'gr.
Floeal BDitiraer Resort In America
M liiuoionha lloach, Wliiu.
Offers sreomaiodatlonuneiualsd byanyh"-
tl n tne west, n-sies, s' pr mii i'
month. Circulars and fu I partli'iila-s sunt
romp lyon apii'inati'in 'o iuum a icuu,
Manager, Bt. Pi til., atiNS.
TERMS for tho season of M-fl, beglnn'ng
June 1st, reduce ! ' lo (0 par oont., but
the highest stanuara oi eioeiienoe uinin-
taf!end' for illustrated dtscriptlva panipblet
and terms. .
e. pi. nn r,. manager.
OW OPEN for reception of gucts Tbe
l .l. a aili he siiiiiilieil witu the b s1
The rooms are Biecly f .rnlsbed an'l cate
fu ly attended to. Ktes-nr month iJO;
jir week, 17. M.J1. BORHQW A CO
f'tAPON rPRtN03 AND BTIIS(4 ksllne
J Lllhia Water-; ' so Kin Iron Wa ersi,
Hampshire Co., W. Va. No fogs. No mala
ria. Where tb sick and overworked soon
recover, and the
hend for pamrih'nt
well are always hsppy
w. II. . .
KROWX'H IROjr ITTKRN
proved an invaluable diedy lo M . n
ehael Birn. y, 1!I2 Was .In, n stre ., Mem
, his, Tenn., f r dlarrh a an dyi-pepsia.
saysitacM Ike charm wnen other n.ed -ciues
Mississippi &TenneHHoe It.K. Co
MsMfHts.Trag . May 12, IHM,
rlRHPHll, I'ji., .Titty i.. n.
1IE Pridiiri. nd DiiMtow f ibe Mt-
. . .1 am lannusroe siai r nn "in
n.nw. in aocnrillince wun pen on i.r i ""r
charter of raid Company, hereby oa", asn
ral meet ngof thesto 'khoiders in this 1 c m-
i h. k.1.1 In ihe ullice nf the t'on. p
5,.. i'n M-mnhi. Tenn , n meli.y,
she HOlls l xr ol Jane, IstSIO tor tlie pur-
iuie nf eonslnerng and acting on II"' "
irncii. nullii rls d by Hiis Hnnr-I i n th H
f .Mov. tii: A i to a I nion l'..s enver
Iirput, ss to Tri"k nn Klver Kr i'
i i', s to (iravnl and u-eof Tiruil
oiltti'-M ol this Coinpany.
l!y nr ir uf iho fresilent anl H"ii "I
Direct""- S. 11.MV1.S
KOMI'S lON III I I t.H
corner VHii-e f WaUnnt tri-i
, , , .. h 1 1 I j si. I
I I?" " t ,iie ,iiud nuruly wai
ti-eiy rer't'O-' ' " J'
221 SSCOSO ST.
qvkhton a otosvKNolt "
Oi'Kica-No. yt Srrond strM
Ibe fiilluvilie rhol
Otis r for sate the following choir iir iperty.
terms on which will be uuueknown al their
No. Madison Street Klerant new two
story brick rciideniw. lot a7S lsS leel, on
southeast corner of Miiilison street and firs
alley east of Thi'd street. Kight large
roi'ins and all moilern iiuproieuieuu. Rental
value, tiou per month.
Country IInme-Mull iroprovrl. e'evaa
acres land, house of six ruuum, iieooatitri
nuthouses, orchaul, iplendid welli beautiful
lawn and forest grove in front oi huose; pee)
macadsiu rond about cntui'loteu Ui t!ie city
on north side of b'lilun avenue, 1 oiilel
east of the city.
No. 375 Ileitle Street Two-story fratna
residence, lot 4ixl IH feet, ten large roo.'is. in
good repair. Mental value, $IU pur ui.iQih.
No. m Wellington hireet Twi-story
frame residence, opposite W. I), tiethell
resilience, eisht rooms. In first-class condi
tion and coiivjtiieiKly urranged; lot tOs.175
A very dtslrable house, corner of Aiabima
streot and llmrntoa avenue, at of and ad
joining the Wetter place Two-story trama
residence nine rooms, in good repair, two
large cisterns; lot eiiuul lo about aa sore ol
Double-Tenement Frame one-story Hons
Nik. IITHand.lMI Vance street: seven rooms
eaoh, in good repair; ut tiOxllS feet. Kontal
value, li'ii per motitli.
Price, l ixsi, or l H) fur either tenement.
The McOiiiber Place North side of Frailer
between Wellington and Lauderdale streeta;
house of eight rooms, In good repair; lot
OUxaw feet. . . .
fries, ssi. v
An Elegant Adagts Street Rail ienos -Near
tl.,. IV). .1ffraon Kireet. between Lauder
dale and Orleans streets-Two-story frame
ra Idence, ten rooms, In good repair.all mod
ern improvements; lot CTxlta feet. Kental
value, Vi per month.
Four New Cott.ges-Nos. ITS, 174, 176 and
i78 Orleans street between Madison and
tonroe st eels, three rooms each ; lot 40xlll
feeti very desirable fur mechanics. Ksntal
value, tlb each. .
l'nce. ll.nai ecu.
No, 71 Calhoun Htreet, near Main-Frame
gottage, five r wins, built last year, tvtntai
value, IJU per iuontB.
Lot !, on west side of Auction Snuare,
Lot ltW, on south side of Aartlon Square,
37x75 teet. , . .,
Pr co. 1W10.
South half of lot fttt, on west al ia Second
streot, between Ovorton andOonoor street,
87x1411 feet, with small house.
Lot 7. In block 13, on wesSflde of Bhelby
street, between Linden ao "Uiit'i'oc streets,
tHUMlfaet. This lot (' lieu Hhelby aad
No 9 Howard's row , or li nloa street, 2PxlOO
foot, three-story brick stor.lssuse, in good
repair. Kental value, J"0 per month.
KK) Lots, each having a front of 60 feet by
a depth of 170 foot, fronting on Calhoun,
Clay, Webster and lleorgia streets.
Price llf to fa! per front foot.
SO Lots, UOilMI feet each, fronting on 8af
farans. Limney, Kwiug aud Mauansasstroetg,
In Ninth Ward.
pri..... gr, In HI! unr front font.
Lot 144, ou west si le of Main etr-et, 74x14
lent, between Winchester and Market
streets Wlil bo sold at a b.irgaw.
Lot t'iti, southwest corner ot. eeoond and
Byeuuiure sueets. liil4N feet-
fricn. l:"i. y
Lot S1K1. northea-t corner of Overton and
Third streets, 148x148 feet.
Storehouse In Jefferson block, No. S29
Second streut, one of the finest beddings in
the cityi f ur stories, lion front rUtl48 feet.
Hen lor llSf) per inont h.
Price Il l.nOO.
Store INI Beale street, lot 21 x7' feat, two
doors east from southeast ceroes'ol Ileal
and Desoto streets, two-story brisk housa
with hall above. Hentul value t3b per mouth.
Price, I WHO. I
Dwelling house No 4.1 Pontotoo street)
has 8 rooms in g 1 repair, llentul value
I t) per month. Lot :4liai.
Dwelling-house smith side Carolina street,
first block eist of V al i strreti 4 rooms and
kitchens; can be used as a uuuble-teoemenl.
Rent 118 Per nior,
Dwoltlng house No 1 10 Alabama it'eet.
two-story lrame; has iijTooius. Isil HHxP0
feet, near oorner ul lliO street. Kent K
per month i
Houpb of 8 rooms, lot 50x90 feet, on north
lde liroadway street, esst of Mississippi
avenue. Kent li per
Dmihle tenement dwelliag house, No. ZD
nil id Llniirn sireru iu.", ri
and house No hof rooms tn good repair.
Lot abxlfitl leet. naata v'-per momu.
Ilrlck stora-housgl, anJ rooms sui'aeieior
residence on second flooft mo lbi ueaia
street, Voxij frol. Rent ier month.
Uood stand lor retail grocery store.
W Beautiful Building LoU, of one and two
acres each, in flaibr ok jubdlvislon, one
u.;ie.-i.t of eJty. botwren rblon .v.uue and.
Pup'a' street at from V t per acre.
Lot .12. on sout .west eosnsr of Adams aad
Muuassai strre s.oinlfiOieet.
Price. $.0 psr foot.
Lots on Baas avenue, in Dawson subdto
vision, at IJ6 P'r foot; and lot on Jeffsrsoa
sfeet, o mor of Manass-s, a' B per footl
and in various oth-r prts of the cltv.
(Julian. i alanine ourllS'S e offer gonn
spioial bar ains, and will take pleasurela
sh i Ing properi f to parties wanting to bay,
either for building purpose or es invest-,
menu. Title neriect. Abstrao furnished
ecor a street
1 a. It-Stan I relief final eur la
1 Li tj ten days, and never returns.
No nurse, no salve, no suppository, ouu.r
rs will learn ol a slmpl r.mdv, Kr,
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