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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY. AUGUST 7. 1886.
TEE GALTESTOI SKILL.
mtGCBXTIO Of THE CBEAT
INTERS f ATE DRILL.
Ter Flftj Cmplei In C.ai Tie
Boostoa Light Uo.rds the
First Chice.
Galveston. Tx., Augutt 6. The
intereUte drill for prize approxima
ting $15,000 wis inaugurated at Camp
Magroder yesterday. Borne fifty com
panies are in camp. Oi these BBven
have entered the interstate contest and
the Slate contest Those entering the
interstate competition are the Mont
gomery Tru. Blues, or. Montgomery,
All.; Branch Guard. St. Louis;
Houston Light Guards, lIou.st9ii.Tei.;
Company K, Lonisville Lgion, Louis
Tille, Ky. ; Saaly Kifles, Galveston;
Ban Antonio and Belknap II lies, Sari
Antonio, Tex. The day opened bril
liantly and a large crowd was in at
tendance. Hon. Setb. Shepherd deliv
ered an address ol welcome to the
inter.tata troops. Gov. Ireland also
spoke, and in the course oi bis re
marks oritny aiinuea w me
CONTEOTTMT KTWIKN TUB UNITBD
STATIN AND MEXICO.
and while he counseled peace, bo
strongly intimated that sterner meas
ures might be found nec iwry. la
that event, he said, the element Before
him was ready to tlufend the Kbits
and nation. Five military companies
and one Zoaive compnny have entered
tbs competitive drill for prizes.
L'.euts. Cmlinum. Wright and Pun
ning, of the lUtb Tniied (Kates Infan
try, nave been selected as judges of
the infantry drill, and Cnt. Lam aster
and Lleuta. Danes and Meyer, of Bt
tery F, Third United States Artillery,
have been appointed judges of the ar
tillery drill. None of the companies
entered for
THat INTBHerATB CONTEST
drilled yeHfrdnv, the time being oc
cupied D? the drilling of four coin
ranies entered in toe, State contest. H
is estimated that 12 IK) J parsons are in
the city ti attend t ho drill, and every
train arriving adds t) tlio number.
The city is beautifully draped with
fiass, banners and streamers of all na
tions. In the pools on the interstate
drill the HouB'.on Lght Guards are
first choice, the Branch Gimrda second
and the True Blues third. Brevet
Col. Rose Is in command of the en
camnmenf. The militia, four com
panies of Unit d States infantry end
one battery of llying artillery and two
military bands are in attendance.
rUBLIC LANDS.
BILDH ARB BEUl'I ATIOXN GOV.
kbniwu Tilt t irrrixu a.i
Removal or Timber From I he I'tib.
lie Uoaaala-Pr.vanllona At-nlual ,
Wholeutle. Tbelta.
Wasiiingtok, August fl. The fol
lowing rules and rcgulnt'ons givern
ing the removal of timber frum the
Siiblic laods were promulgated frmi
is Interior Department tiulny: By
virtue of the power vewttd In the Sec
retary of tlie Int r!or ly the first sec
tion ol the act of June 3, 1 87H, entitled
"Anactauihorizing the ti'izons ol Col
orado, Nevada amithe Territories to
fell End remove I imber in the public
domain f ;r minimi and domestic pur
poses,'' the following ruls and regu
lations a'H hereby pre'eribed:
Firet The act' applies to only the
States of Oulurado, Nevada, and to the
Territ jii'-s of Now Mtxico, Arizinu.
lUili, Wyoming, JUkotx, Idaho and
Montana, and i tfitr mineral districts
of the Unit?d Siatts not specially pro
vided for.
Sscond The land from which timber
is felled or removed under the provis
ions of the act ninet he known to be of
strictly mineral character, and that it
is not subject to entry under exiting
laws of the United State) except for
mineral entry.
Third No poison not a citizen or a
bona fide resident ol a S nt. Territory
or mineral tlintriot, provided for in
said aut, is permitted to foil or remove
timber from mineral lands tin rein,
and no pers.ni, firm or corpnrtt on
ielling or removing timber under thii
act shall Hill or disp:xe ot the same, or
of the lumber manufactured Ihttrefimu
to any other citizens tlina bona tide
reBidtnlg of the Sac or Territory
where such timber ii cut, cor f r any
other puriiosu than for the legitimate
use of sa d purchaser for the pii'poies
menti med in (aid act.
Fourth Kvery owner or mnneger
of a sawmill rr other perron felling or
removing tinihar unilertlie provitT ns
of this ac. s tall keep a reordof all
timber so cut or removed, xt ttingtimo
When cut, lames of parties cutting
the tame or in charge of the woik,
and do critiiiu the land whence cut
by legal subdivisions if surveyed, and
as ner aa practical If not surveyed,
with a statement ol the evidence upon
which it ta claimed that the land ii
mineral in character, and stating alio
the 'kind and quantity ot lumber
manufactured therefrom, together with
the carats of parties to whom any
such timber or lumber Is sold, dates
of sa'e and purpose for which told,
and thall nit sell or diepore of such
timber or lumber made from such
timber without taking from the pur
chaser a written agreement that tne
same dull not be need except Lt
bni ding, agricultural, mining or other
Jom io purposes within the State or
Territory, ai.d evey such purchaser
shall further be requited to file with
aaidowcer or manager a certificate,
under oath that he purchases such tim
ber rr lumber exclusively for his own
nse end for the purpose afoiesaid.
Fit' b Books, files and records
ot all the mill men and other
permns si cutting, removing
and selling aucb timber or
lumber, required to be kept as above
ment'oufd, aha 1 at all times be sub
ject to the inspection ol the officers
and a;ents rf this department.
Sixth The timber felled or
removtd aiall bi strictly liai'ed
to building, agricultural, min
ing i ml other domestic pu--pes
s ithin tbe Slate or Territory
wbere t proas. All cutting of aucti
timber for tire outside of the State or
teriitory wl er the fame is cut, and
all remoVitle thereof outside of the
Stat or teriitory where it is cut or
for idden.
tievenib No person will ba permit
ted t: UAl or remove anv growing trees
wha'f ever Usa than eight inches in
diami t i.
E nh h Fer ons felling or removing
tiniW from public mineral lands oi
th.Un t'.d Suites must utilize nil of
each tre tuttlitt can be profitib'y
used, and must cut and remove t'.m
topt and brush o: dispose of t'je same
in such riiuniier ss to prevent the
spread cf fit' at fres.
Tte act ucderwhih these rules and
regulations e;e prescribed are pro
vitfwl ai fol'oaf :
Slc. 3. Any urion or ptrdors who
shall vi'iUts tbe nruvisions cf ihisac',
orariyiu'ea ad rc'tu'at ons in pur
suance thereof r jsde by the Becretary
of tbe Iaterior, 'shall be deemed guilty
of a misdemea nor, and upon convic
tion shall br, fined any sam not ex
ceeding M jO, and to wnicn may do
added imp'.isonment for any term not
exceeding, six months.
Ninth.. These rules and regulations
shall tkke effect September Is', ISSti,
and all existing rates ana regulations
heretofore presented nndcr said act
in conflict here, are beruey revoked.
WM. A J BPAHKS,0BiniiMlvner.
L. y. C. LAMAK, Btcr.Urr.
Approved August 6th, 1880.
CONl)Tn0N"oF TRADE.
M SAIX IN THE DlNTBIBl'TION
OF UENERAL JII.RCH ANOISE
ladlcittod by Br.dalr.el'a Weehljr
Rcvl.w-Tba Momry Mirhl
HalBM tllarea.
Xw York. Aueust 6. Ppecial tele
rams to llradftnet't this week do not
indicate any gan in the dietiibntion
of general merchandise. Tbe move
ment of flour, irrain and provisions by
rail eastward from Obkaeo does not
increase in proportions of reduction
of Western centers, though this is ta
be explained in part by the increased
lake shipments which have rendered
the lake shipping business more
prosperom than lor several years.
Keporta of earnings of thirty-five rail
ways for July aggregated f 1,700,1 31
in 1880, against $14,53,676 in 1885
(thirty-four roads), ine total oi Dsns,
e'earinsrs at twenty-nine cities tor the
r urrent week is 847,429,li2, against
$747,686,(178 last week. Tdere ma
been a noticeable hardening of inter
est ratea at financial centers owing
ti the increased demand from wool,
lumber and clothing dealers, as wall
as to advances on grain ehipinecs. Ex
ceptions are noted at Kansas City,
LouUville. Indiannoolis and Cincin
nati. Kate cutting a". Chic go tend
ed to depress prices ol railway
stocks, but the inartet is so en
tirely controlled by manipulation
that an upward tendoDcy was epeedily
arranged. Bunds wer strong and ad
vanced genera ly. Foreign exchange
is extremely weak on a better supply
of commercial bills joined to a Irea ot
ferine of stock bills. Tne to'al of
bond sales at the New York Stock Ex
change was J14,t.()0,(KX) this weak,
aaaiuet f U.UOO.OIX) Inst weea. nock
ttaneacl'one agnregatei l,2fL,(H)0
shares this week, against l,n.!),tc0
last week. The more signincaut in
duHtrial feature ol tbo week is found in
the improved demand for finialied
iron. 1'ittsbuig special advices are
that makerj are more songuino thin
fur two vears just. Triers are ua
changed, but tliD mills are pnthed to
meet requirements. Like reporls
come from I'hilado'phia and St Lome
lrv aoods sales are fu'rly well sn
tained, the aggregate being in excew
of last year. Cottons are strong at
advances. lMnts are less active, nut
no lower. S ocks of flannels are light.
There is less doing in raw wool, but the
market favr rs holdets. 1'iices denend
on the lesults of the npeuii g ct light
weight fabrics which are Dot full v
known. There bat evidently not
been eo gnneral an advance as expect
e ), though late Loud in and Antwerp
sa'is have been at full figures. Litvr
n lvices from the r-pring wheat crop
ae more favorable than previouely an
ticipated. Heavy receip's continue to
deireas prices. Thedaxnifa to corn
Irom dr.mtli is a'so less than waB re-
rent y rep.'r etl, the probable yield
being nearly 1,000,(00,000 tutdiels.
;a;rist t'l, 0.0.000 bushels latt year.
There has been al'gbt damage to the
cotton crop fr mi eheddiug. The p'ant
has improved in the Carolina, Geor
gia and Alabama. Hot weather his
threatened Central and Western Tex
as. The Louisiana rice crop premises
to bo heavy. The weather ot lute has
ben unfitvornlile to the growth uf the
cine in that State. The price of sugar
has gone totle bwe point :on record
with a light demand nud with heavy
probable mpply. The tea market is
demoralized under large visible sup
plies and heavy Eatiteru exports.
Tha number of businnrs failure! in
the United SUtss this week waa 124.
nuaii'Ht 102 laat wek. (.'anadnhad 12
this week, agtinst 2'J laat, 1
( yrlontt nt Il.rllnad, Ha..
Toi'kka, Kah, August O.A tele
gram was received here lust evening
stating that a ryclono hsd struck the
town of llaitlund, aid had demol
iehed twenty housoi and done great
damage to growing cropa. Sixteen
care were blown from the Atchison,
Topeka and S;uita Fe Hack and tele
graph wir s weie prostrated for two
miles west of the town. Tho extentof
the darnnge has not yi t lieen learned,
but tbe dispatch Btated that no one,
so far as known, had been seriously
injured. Tbo storm reached other
toBH In the vicinity of Hartland. Tne
wires being down its (fleets cannot ba
learned. The storm cams very sud
denly from tho west and seemed to
follow the course of the Arkansas
river. It spent its greatest f irce in the
vicini y of the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa F railway and a train of six
teen freight cars was blown from tha
track. Strange to say, however, none.
oi me rauroaa employe were burl, it
is imposj'.blo at this timo to say how
much damage has been done. Tbe
wires are still down.
Tbe H.aldaa Trouble.
New Yokk, August 0 An 1 Taso
(Tex) diena'ch say: Penor Nicolas
Migo. the Mex'can Federal Jndge for
the Piieo del Norte I) s'rlct, csme up
from Chihuahua Wednesday night.
Mr. Riberte, a resident of Paao del
Norte, came upon the same train, and
ears that Migo showed bira a full par
don for Catting, tinned by President
Dies, and explained to him that the
intention waa t convict Cutting, sen
tence him, and then instantly produce
the pardon aud set him free. This, it
ie thought, would pacify tbe United
Sta'es rwithout denying tho right
claimed by Mexico to pnnleh Cutting.
Judge Mig) declines to talk.
Th NKllnaal UirmaAmf rlcasi
ateuilBary AHselauvs,
MiLwAixKB WiB.,.Auust 6. The
Natiot al Ue'man-Amerieeu Seminary
Association is holding Its annual s s
eion In this city. Cons derable inter
ft baa been aroused In this year's
meet.ng bom the fact thatEaitern
stockholders, who huld near y 60 par
c nt. of the capital, are enuetvoiing to
lemove the German-English Acad
emv, which is nnder the association's
c mtrol, from Milwaukee to New York
city. Nothing was done t 'day in re
gard to the proposed change.
I.l.jr SiriMt Dead.
, Naw York, August O.-Dainy Mur
dock, the act re '8, died at 9 oYlm k latt
jr- pl.tath'T res.dence, No. 215 WeBt
Taenty-ihirJ street, a'ter an illnora of
several months, with coi sumption.
Miss Mnrdo'k was ojly 17 yers of
ege, and had bma for the past seven
years a member ol the dramatic pio
lo'sion. Tbb baroai i.i.ii, iinn. ,k Ku
tonie.n.t ariti-wriodlo anown. A MrUta
7, j'r cmin. rrio. ii pr toot-
LIB. hand I a Tn , rn. . .
PAID THE DEATH MALTY
IH ISDIAS MCEDF.KEB H1KGEO
AT FOBt SMTH.
A EoM ilteatpt to Steal tbe Corpse
c: a ta.atT.lai Millionaire
at Qnebec.
Mcrs"Ri, August 6 In Decem
ber, lH4, George K. Fosser, one of
the wealthiest residents of Richmond,
Quebec, died leaving a fortune of $1,-009,000.-
A few days ago an attempt
was made by unknown parties to steal
the body. A hole four feet deep was
dug into the ground close to the mon
ument, where it was supposed the
body lay. The thieves, however,
failed in their attempt, for the remains
were not buried near the monument,
but some distance away from it, and
tbe ground was leveled so that there
was no indication of where the body
lay. Near tbe hole ley a pick and a
spade, tbe handle of the anade bearing
tbe letters "H. T., New Yoik," and ii
is supposed that the parties, whoever
they were, that made tbe attempt ti
rob the grave came from that city.
Tbe impression is that the thieves in
tended to steal the remains and bold
them for a large reward.
Marderer liana: 1 at rrt Rmltb
Font Smith, Abic , August 6 KH
Ro.'s, a quarter breed Cherokee, was
hanged here today tor tbe m order of
Jonathan Davis, a white) man, at De
Choteau, Ind. T., tbe 20th of list De
cember. Ross and Davia were on bad
terms, and met at ,a st ire at Da Cho
teau on the day of tbe killing. Ross,
who was drunk, approached Davis and
conversed with him a friendly manner
about ths weather, thereby quieting
Davis's faars of lurm. Wnen Davia
walked off Kofs drew a pistol and e hot
him through, 'the body, inflicting a
mortal wound.
Davis tired at his arsiilant, but
missed him. Ross rl-td, but ws
brought hack, trlod and couvicted and
sentenced to he hanged, w th six oih-e-s,
m the 23d ol July, but President
Cleveland raspi ed him tor two weeks
o have his c eo investigated. After
investigation, however, he declined to
interfere fu'ther and Ross was exe
cuted accordingly. Yesterday he was
taken to the CiUiolic church and bap
tized by Father Smythe. He was re.
eigned t? bis fate and rind nothing ti
say. lie ate heartily at breakfast this
morning and flut ed pleasantly wi'h
an Asicc'ated l'ress reporter, but laid
it was all over with him and there was
no ue to ta'k. The deat l warrant
was read to him in his cell at 2 o'clock
and the procession then tnoved oil to
thencaflold, where the ceiemonies w-ire
brief. Even while the rope was bs
iog adjusted Ross waa perfectly
composed. He repeatad p ut of the
Lttauv with Father Smythe, and s
repeating the words, "Lord, havo
uietcy on me," when tho b!ack cap
was drawn over his face Tr'etir,p was
sprung at 3:35 o'clock, and R sa'dimk
was broken by the fall, lie died with
out a struggle, and everything prss-td
o& quiet y. This Was another Imlim
Terntorv execution.
B'.ue Duck, a fu'l blooded Ind an,
will be hnngud next Friday. There are
twenty-four men in jsil here now
awaiting trial for rnnider committed
in the Indian Territory.
Paid Ilia Death Penally al I.a.t.
Gallatin, Mo., August C John F.
Smith was lunged here a: noon today
for tbe murder of William 1 Gleasm
on December 10, 1885. lie waa sen
tenced to be hanged for the same crime
for which Joseph Jump was executed
two weeks ago, but the Governor
granted a respite until today to look
more fully into thi die's of the cse.
He refused, however, to interfere fur
ther, and today, at about 3 o'clock, tha
prieouor was taken from the jail at
Marysvil'e, to a valley nenr this ploca
where the gallows had been eroctec1.
He ascended the fctll'old with a firm
step and made a thort speech in which
ho prottBted complete innocenci of
the crime, stit:ng tha, Jump alone
wai guilty. His neck was broken in
the lull and hedid withoutastr.iggle.
Win. 1'. Gleason, for the mnder of
whom two mill luve now 'ii'd the
penalty, was a farmer cf Monroe
county, where he owuid a mortgaged
farm. He had been working by the
day neur li -re, on the Rrtk Island
railroad, and had accumulate J enough
money to pay the maitgitgo off. The
night before his intfitnl.nl depariura
f r home he was waylaid by Smith and
Jump, and who murdered and robbed
him.
ECZEMA
And Every Mpeclr or Ilrhlasf and
Horning DI.ea.ea Cared by
t'atlrara.
ECZEMA, or Salt Rheum, with ita aronii
ln ilohlni and burnim, inatanrjyr.
lUred br a warm bath with Cittioui tin at.
and a ainal. apolloatlon or0uTiouR4,th.sr.at
bkin Cora. Thii raiwatod dailr, with two or
thr douM of Ci'Tiouai Khsolvsst, th. Now
Blood Hurlflor, to kwp th. blood cnol, th.
parapirat-oa pur. and anlrritatint, th. bow
.lior.a.th. lier and kidnen otlv, will
ai.dilv our. Kca.ma, Tetter, Klniwnrm,
Piorlmli, hii'htn, Pruritm, Snald H.ad,
DandraS, mul .v.rrtpfclr. ofltohina.Kralf
and Pimply Humori of Ih. Scalp and Skin,
wh.o th. bit phjiioiana and all known
ramedlM I. II.
Will Nrnonald, 2M2 Dearborn Itrwt,
Chioaao, iraUfu'ly acknawl.dna a ear. of
Koi.ma, or Salt Rh.ura. oa b ad, nook, face,
armi and Itaa for a.vento.n y.aras not abl.
to walk .XMit on handt and kne.t for or..
7art not abl. to help himnelf for .laht
yeara; tried hundredi of ramed'ei; doctor!
pronounced h i aaa. hflixleMi perman.ntly
cured byCuncuaa HaaoLvasT (blood pnrf
Ser) internally, and Cuticur t and Cuticura
boAr (th. (r.at ak n our.i) .xternally,
hat. Hooahlan, Kj.,lawy.r,288taU
treot, Uoiton, report! a ru. of bYteaa un
der hia obierratlon for ten yaira, whioh cov
ered th. patient'a body and limba, and to
which all known tn.lhnda of traatm.nt had
been applied without benoSt, which wai com
pletely eured aolely by the Ciiticu Kim
dikh, learius a clean and healthy akin.
Mr. John Thleirwilk.ib.rr.. Pa.,
write: "I hare auBorod from Salt Rheum
for iver iht yeara, at titnoi io bad that I
could not attend to my buaineaa lor weeka at
a time. Three boxea ol Cctici a and lour
bottlea of Rksolvbnt har. .ntirtly cured me
of thia dreadtul diaeaae."
Bold by all druas'ata. Prict Crnctja,80
eta i Haoi,vT. 81.00: Soap, ! et. Pre-
Cared by th. 1'oTTia Dkiiu and Chimicau
o., Bolton. MaM. Send lor pamphlet.
IIKITTTIPV th. Complexion and Skin
by unini the Of tiopka SAe.
HEART PA1N8
Numbneaa, Lameneaa, Soreneaa,
1 1 i I n I'.i. -L , . . IT. . . . 1 . 1, . 1
KS" uuibi viiuchi, urflKin
I 1'ini. Aithm. Pleurisy aud. Iu
BP1 flemmation of the PntArI llui.
elea iniiantlyreliefedandaiaiated toirtw
dy cure by that new, orltinal. and infnlliol.
antidote to pain and inflammation, th. Call
f.r Aell Peleriuler. At dnx.iaU,
2Vi.t Ave torll.lKli orpoitaae free of foliar
ira end I nm.lel 4 .! ton. Mn
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
9 K HORS'E POWKRNearly new. Alao,
eaiokosUrk, beltinc, pullrya, ahalt
ina, tools etc. Apptr to or addrcsa
ni'ir. McHDWAN k CO,
Mr II. O. U.iMurA ii' 1...
Park. Kooiua Iiirso; location deliitlnful
tonvenieut to era to Manhiittan I'.parh, I
coney Islttid, L-n lleach and Central Pirki
alio to raw xurk placci of auiuseiaeot.
afCV
Sore Eyes
Tbe eyes are Mwaja lu tympftthy with
tlie body, and Jord an excellent Index
ef Ita condit:;ai. When the eyes become
weak, and tha litis iiiflunx (I and aore, it is
an evidence that the system baa become
disordered by Scrofula, for which Ayer"!
Sitrsuf urllla la the best known remedy.
erofiiln, which produced a puinful In.
fliuin.itiiiii in my eves, ciitiseU me Biucb.
Midei iii for a iiuinl'ier of yeara. Ity the
advice of n phvsielim I coniiuenerd taking
Ayer'a Suraaparilla. After using this
medicine a short time I win completely
Cured
My eves arc now lu a t-pleinlid condition,
mid I mil hs well mi' I "trc'iiir a ever.
ills. Wllliuiu liae, Colieonl, X. II.
For it iiumlier of years 1 win troubled
with a liimior in my 'eyes, nixl vu uimble
Io ubtiiiu liny relief 'until I eoiumeiieeU
tisin Ayer's'Suisiipiirilla. This medicine
lias eft'ected n complete etire, mid I lielieve
it Io lie till) liest uf Moim) iiuiillers.
C. K. I pton, Nashua, N. Jl.
From childhood, and until within n few
months, 1 have been airlifted with MVak
and Sores Eyes. 1 have used for tlieso
complaints, with henelleial results. Ayer'a
jsai'siiiniilla. uikI eonsiili r it a fnt ut lilood
purilier. Mra. C. l'hillilis, (ilover, Vt.
I aulTered for a yenr with iiiflanmia
tion in my left eye. "Three uleers formed
on the hull, Ucprlvimr me of si'ht, and
causing i;reut pain. After trying ninny
other remedies, to no purpose, I was finally
Induced to use Ayer'a biti'saparillu, and,
By Taking
three boltlea of this medicine, have hcen
entirely cured. My si'ht has lieen re
stored, and there is' no airn of lrilliiinnia
tlon. sore, or ulcer in rnv eye. Kendal
T. Howen, Sugar Xree Kidge,'ohio.
My datitrhter, ten years old, was nlllleted
with Scrofulous rso're Eyes, liuring the
last two vears sho never saw lijiht of any
kind. Physicians tf the highest Ktunding
exerted their skill, lint with no iiermaneut
success. On tho recommendation of a
fiienil I purelmsed a liottle of AVer's Sar
aaparilla, which niv daughter coinineneed
taking, lieforo she had used tho third
bottle her sight was restored, nud she can
now look steadily at a brilliant light with
out pain. Jler cure Is complete. W. K.
Sutbeilund, Evungellst, t-heihy City, Ky.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prepared hy tr. J.C. Ayer S: Co ., Lowell, Mnes.
Sold by all lirugglila. Price 1 i lix bottlea, $5.
W. N. HALDEMAN,
Prealdent of the Great bOUISVILr. C0U-KIER-JOURNAI.
CO., telli nat
he knowa of
Wintcrsmith'R Chill Cure.
Or nc or rni Coraira-JooaKAr,,
Lrcu.vit.Le, Kt.
Dr. Wint milh. Sir J niee a ml. I hara
observed for many year!, the value ol yonr
remedy prdtnptina mo to auy.in r.pfy to
your ro'iuoil, what I know of your Chill
Cure. Ihe irivate asauran! of ita efficacy
I had, and the good resultt 'its erTecti I
had observed on Mr. R. W. .uaredith, who,
lor more man ntteen years, had wn Ion
man of my otSc, in iiied me; to ;tt It in
my lamil. The rtattlta hT.;;beea entirely
aatisfaetory. ta. firit oast im of two
y.ars' alaaiinr, in whioh I heller, every
known remedy had been triad with tempo
rary relief tha chilli returning periodically
and with Beamingly increased severity.
Your cur. broke them at once, and there haa
boon no recurrence of them for more than
lix montha. The other cape wan ot a milder
form, and yiolded more readily to other
remndieii but the chills would return at in
tervals until your medioine was u?ed. ainc.
which time, now several months, they have
entiroly disappeared. From tho opportu
nity I have had to judge, I do not hesitateto
express my belief that your Chill Cur. in
valuable apeoi6o, and performs ail you
promise for it. Respectfully,
W. N. DALDEMAN.
ARTHUR PETER, Jt CO., Agents, Louli
ville, Ky.
Curo DiMMes of
Horses, Gattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOtrS i'OULTKY,
Ir. use for owv W yenr by TuvuierS,
Stuckbroedois, II : U. It., io.
Coed by U. S. Oovernment.
&V STABLE CHART u
Mounted on Rollers & b .veiled Free.
Humphreys' Med. Co., ltlH e-ullon St.. N.T.
1 llUlVll-liltXi X a)
w. m mm m mm mm mt
HCME0PATKIC fl f
SPECIFIC No. 60
Thn onlv fif s?fn1 Tcmpiiv fop
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
innt i'roftrntiuii, frum uvrr-worU or otlicr chum1,
f I i.t villi, or ft viiil- (tritl larre vinl powtlt-r, for f
ni'l.l) Hi niUMH.iHiH, or iwuv n'-i imin on rece lyvu
priow. lUMpkn-jv i.kinto., I lultua bl., ft. V.
BJ F.ALTH IS WEAI.TII.-Da. K. C.
Lm- Wut'i Naava asd IJrair Tsbatviint,
a guaranteed speclfla for Hysteria. Dissi-
neis. Convnlalonaa, Fits. Nervom Nsuraj-
Eia, ll.adaoh.. Nerve l rostration, caured
y th. us. of atooh.l or tobacco; Wase-
&iln.aa. Mental Depreiilon, Ks'teoing of the
rain, raiulting in Inaanity and lea Ing to
mii.ry, deoay and death I Prematura old
Age, llarrenneaa, Jjoas of Powar in either
a; Involuntary Loai.a and Spermator-
rnea, f as- i by ov.r-.rtion or in. train,
aelf-abua. or overindulgence. Each box eon-
taina on. montL's treatment. II a box, or
an Doiei tor n, lent nv man pr.paia, on
reaeiptof orloe. W. gaarantc. Six fioxei
to our. any case. With eaoh order reoeived
by ua for ill boxea, accompanied with II,
w. will aend th. purohaa.r our written
t aarantM lo refund th. money If th. treat-
S.ot do not .lent a onr. Snarante.!
ued only bv A. RRNKKKT 4 00., Drug
giata, Memphil, Tenn.
ACID IRON EARTH
I aaa .l.tl.m .1 th.
able aaaatlar lag as Mineral aartk
fonnd lag Choctaw canaly, Alaw,
r tha fasaona Rladon aalaaral
aprlag-a. Thlaoauth had groat
eal cel.fcrlly mm Haarera Earth,"
frana tha aaaaa ol tho dlKererei
al tho hod or nalaa, bow owaed ky
tho Acid Iron Karth Coxapaaw, ol
Hohlle, Ala.
Wmr Prapepala,all loraaieaeaii
ot tho Dlf eatlTO Orfaaaa aad tho
I.lT.r,ShlB Dlaeaaoa, lata, Baraa,
calda aad Hral.ea, ACID IKOFJ
EAKTII la a apeclfio. Khrana.
Uana and other chroalo dlaaaaoo
field ta Ita cnrailT. aowar with
oat fall.
Intlr.ly rree trom Alcohol or any drug what
tv, ACID IROI EARTH fully deserves tn.
word! .mbraead In II trademark, "NATtlRt'l
PWI REMEDY." Im tree pamphlet, to b.
tad of all Drugglitt.
At Wholesale hy VaaTleel tCo.
MARTI. Ml NH.lTtnT AWI A.
VAL A. AIIKStV. (l.XKll 1 1, M
A rew vacancies exiet In tins l l.o.iwn in
ititution. App iotin'a for udiui moo sre re
iiuested to m -ko iiomodiii'e si-pl''ion For
tatalcguca ddr.ssCul. 11 J. Ill KU liSj, Sut.
mt.$i& HOMEOPATHIC
m0$ffl Veterinary Specifics
nm
Il, 1.
H1P0UE05 HLLL, Preeidrat. WIIEBSON.Tltwajlde
H. i, LTS5, CaaUer.
rMM 11"
S
UBIDI
wm
:OEM a OCMEBAI, riBM AMD JIARI5K BCBHESH.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DinHOTOHSil
H. rUBSTENHEIM, WM. I. COLf , JAMES KKILLY, JOHN LOAQl'I
S. MANSFliLD. D.L . MYKKS, W. D. BETUELL.
Office IO Sfadliinn Street, lenapkis, Tenn
OFF
till la the atarhel,
neat of
Xlogaallw.
Carriages
Buggies,
209 MAIN STREET,
w
I
Folmer.Thornto
Cotton Factors, Wholesale 6rocenr
K. 308 front street. : Memphis, Tcst-
M. 0. PEARCK.
CcFearce&Co.
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerch'is,
No. 378 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Cattoa Wareh.nir-KM. HH nndjue, Valaa Strewt
SLEDfciE BROS., of Como, Miss. F. M. NORFLEET, Resident Fartner.
COTTON PAOTOES, 4
Kog. 3S8 and 358 Front Street MflmphU Tenn.
Louisville set rrrr r.rjHnm Fnp,RftYR
3 I I WW a nf iH rlllf',i
im jl ff tiintl Si'ImhiIh 11 ml
SCHOOL.
W.N. XrllllNA I.
A. I,. Mi'IMINAI.II,
F. . aUTOI,
. W. t
Iieciiii ilviiiitnirt.
ALSTON, CROWELL k GO,
lad Cemmiwion Merchtnts. Hay, Corn Oats, Bt-a, Cbop Feed, Oil-Meal,
LJvr, Cement, Plastor, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Tlowr. Memphis.
HILL, FiTlE UOT
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
896-S9S Front St., HemphU. Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO,
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants,
J2o. HO Boutli Ualn St.. St. Itftnla.
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
TTHOLESAXE
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
Km. 893 Havln treet, Gmr Block.
D.T.POBTEB.
Elail
iCMht
Bteeeuort to FOBTEB. TATLOB at C0h
(Ootton Factors
WMOliI&SAlilS
HO. SOO FRONT STREET.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
MXXaWAXTSM
OEMTniS BRANC1I, KKHOS.VAV;a
8. HOESCEtXIl. Agent, Mempbi, Tenn.
Oaaai la laaa, ih,in irria-.'
S3MCMS3 &
(SDCVEMMOM TO MKACHAH 4 HOKroS)
COTTON DF-ja-OT'iLSI
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
f r4 II
I T
I UUl
o. w. tomlin:
WM. BKMJKn.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Toinlm & Benjes,
179 Main St., Mcmiihla.
Offer necial Inducementa In Op.n Bnggli
of our own make, at Vi; Top bngiea c
oar own make, at 1120. All work was
ranted. Call beior. you buy.
w Having dismaed of our entire atook
Vehicle! and t'je Manufacturing Depart
m.nt to Mesara. TOMLIN A BKNJkS, w.
baipaak for them a ooniinuano. of thi
patronag. ao long extended to na.
WOODRDFP-OLrVER
CAflHIAflB A rlAROWAHB COMPAWY.
I OLIVER,
with a fall assort.
New aad
rialened
Saddlery.
t Harness.
t : MEMPHIS, TENN.
JOHN L. McCLELLAN.
l,,p ""ii- l'i''p;iri' for Hnninc-d or lcaiiinR Torli
ruirruitio. Limiti-"! imiihIit cf bnurderti, will
II. Muxtcrof Art.. I niv.iilv.,r Vii.l Prl.flp.lc
(inohniK' .-!. A- l.rv I ' n i v.T-it v . J U.l..lllf, k,
RO WELL,
H. H. ATJBT.
U. W. HACBA.
GBOCEB3,
1 MEWPHW.TENW
w.BT.h.1." I-M"'
;0O,
EDFCAnOJiAI-
The Higbee School
0R THE HIOHSK
Education of Young Ladies,
Beale, Laaderdile and Jeaaaain. Et!..
MEMPHIS. TENN. '
Iacoraoraled wlin Cllelale Prlv
lleaira.
AN INSTITUTION OP HIGH REPUTE
AND KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept 20,
eThoronh Enalifh and ClaaeictI Conn.,
Modern Language! br Foreign Teacbera.
Bouk-keepini, titort-hand and Jy
wriiicg taught.
Bchoola of Art. Muiio and Eloou'.lcn noted
for exceptionil advantages.
Sprciul itadtnts reoeived in .Terr depart
ment. . a new and elegant building; will be er cted
during the lummer and tall, nh-rem will be .
turnisbed a incioui itudr ball, large pri
jnary acbool-roonii, olasa-roomi, laboratorr,
library, gjmnanium and art gallery, which, .
with the elegant man-ion ustd lor boarding
pnpili and th. wooded pleiuure grouodi,
will form ore ot ihe moit complete tchool ,
foundationi in the South.
Catalogue! ready Auguat 4th.
For information addr.a,
MISS JENNY M. I1IUBRE, Principal,
Wepphia, Teon.
Claira (. oinvay Instiiutei
WILL BEti:N
Monday, October 4, 1SS6.
Enrollment Lit Terrn, 322.
ASCU00L for the development of vigor
oui, though'U . nohld vroiuanhood.
Thia rtpuit i. reached by bnvidth and
thorouahneaa cf instruction and he awoken,
ing of patient, earceit enoeavor. A new
and rommodiouf boarding department h
juit beon conueted.
The depariuient of dreai making and mil
linery is added lur tbe rirxt time.
in the abrence of the Prinoipul who it in
Europe f r the rummer, catnlogues nrill b.
furni hod on application to Mrt. b. P. .Vio.
ton, 'Hi Aduuic eirect, or Ihey will bj found
at nrv of tbe city book doro.
AUGUSTA
EMALE SEMINARY
STAITATOX, VA.
MISS MARY J. 1?ALI)MIIV, PBIN.
Open lit September, 188ii. Cloeec June, 18S7.
Uniurpaiied locution, buildinkii irroundi,
appoiatmenti. Full corps teachers; unri
valed advnntapea in Muiio, Langur.gee, Elo
oudon. Art, Book-Keeping, PhyRical Cul
ture. Eoir.l, eto., with full English Courie,
$300 per entire lessen. For full rurticu
ar itorly to principal for catalogue.
T1IK S1ATE FEMALE COLLMiE
WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1 SS8 . Located in
a healthful and delightful auburb. In
atructioa thorough, and according to th.
moat approvoi en ueaiicr al methoja
Superior and trained ipeoialisia in the va
rioue Departmtntg of Music Art. Elocution,
Modern Laonnses, Soieace, CUe&ica and
Primarv Teaching.
For fu'-tr.er pr-rtiu'ari apply ta
MISSMOLIIKK. MAKtliALL Prin.,
No. ltd Pobfson ureet. Mampbia.
FEMALE COLLEGE.
HCNTSVILLE, ALABAMA. Thirty
lereoth session begins Wednesday, Bep
tetober 1, lH8ti. A oesirnblo ecbool t.r your
daughters in all lippurtm nts ol Feuiole E'i
ucatioti. Supplied w th r ow Instrument!,
fine Apparutus, nnd a fu'-l Faoultv Charge!
roasoriHiilo. For ca'alugu- it and rnni. apply
to A.B JONFS, 1 I'.. Ll I)., i'ruaident.
PANTOPS ACADEMY,
NEA1 CHUILOTIEVILLB, VA.
ForBoys'and VounuMmi. Fend lor c'ttalogua
JOHN H. BAMPfON, A.M.. Prin.ipal.
Bev. FDUAR WOODS, Ph. II., Associate.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY
0F MUSIC Boston, Mass.
THE LARCCST and BEST EQUIPPED In lie
WORLD liOIii.truptoni.tiN, Mudt-nt, In't year. Thor
ougn InMructionin VocalaTid InKtruinenlAl MitFio, l'iano tni
OrKeu Tuning. Fine Arts.Oralorv, Literatim, l-'rpni h, Ger
into and Italian Lanznacea. Knffliiih UrBiirlit't,(;yiiinat:cl
etc Tuition, g.lto fMi hoard and room with Meiuu lleatam
Elertnc l.tpht, 8to7.'perti'rni. Fnll Term hepini ?.p.
tmnnerv, r uri i!tiftiraieuf.aieniiur, wuii iini imormar.on
wUrtw, E.TOl HJEE, Uir., FmuKliu 8q lIDSTUN, Mm.
Ilopkiumville school.
THE f. u'teenth schoiatio year of this well
establicbed, limited, select school for
boyi and y. ungmon will begin MONDAY,
August 30, lw InetTuciion is civen in a
full course of Engiirh. Latin, (irr-ek. Ger
man, Higher Vathemutics t:nd Boukkeot ing.
Ihorougn leaching and btrictuiseiplinechar
acteriae tho school.
Terms for t'e'sion of 40 Woeks Tuition,
Si'! Tuition and Hoard, 8iir Boarding pu-
1tls are rcquirnd to boaa io tho lnn.ily of the
:Tincial. For further inioruiation addresi
J. t. FLKKliLL. Hopkinsville, Ky
BELLEVUE HIGH JSCHOCL,
BKDFOKD I'll , VinOIMA.
Ihe 21t Annnnl s'Hin Opoim Ken
iruibrr in, 1SJU
For citiloirue or epecinl ip.formaiion, ap
ply to Jit'lSpviie P. U., Va.
W. K. ABIIor, l'riliolial,
1H. M HLS MIJin iUY,
" .n.livlllc. Tenn Konl Southers
Horce lor wirlf . i"0 (li l thia yenr. Alien.
sectarian school. Patronized by men of lib
eral minds in nil churches Unsurpussed ill
Musio, Ait and Lungo'-.. For Catnlogu.
ddress UK , W. K W ahli.
Cheapest VVVBnsiiies; raacation.
J RnmmarM.I Pnllon. f .c.ijniiy.
lakeet Heaor and O.I4 Wcdel over III other Collrgn.
at Uie WOTld'aBipMltl... lor System of Heoa.kee.lag na
Oeaeral BealneM K4.oUo.. et0 UralMU. I. Biul.
Wwld'a BiatMlli... (or System of Heok.kee.lag and
M. io Teadiertcmoloved. Caai rrll Blriini C.nrae.
Including Tuition, Stationer, and Board, about .WO. Hh.rt
Ha.4, Tjv.WrlUM and TaUera.hr apeclaltica. R. Ta.
MUM. later B.w. .ralaale, 4l.arMlM4 ..Ma. For
ciKulwa addnu W. B. HX1IU, ricst, tealaarta,Ky
EBjGIWEKKINn Is Kt'A K'FNENT,
TAMitKBii.r innitKHNur,
NaahTlllo, ieau, Thorough instruction
in distinct couraea of ivil, Meelianioal and
Mining Engineering (Annu-1 Tuition $"j).
and in Manual Teobno'ogy Free). Full
Faculty. Eitenilv. .qainmenta and facili
ties in draughting-roomi, laborator ea, shopa
and field practice. Fntrance Ex mlnationi
6ept. 14, IS and 16. For circulars addresa
WIL3 WILLIAMS. BraaB.
cti,LEeK or
PHTSICI.NM ANI 'i naKOAS,
BALI'IH.HE, n D.
Tils School offer! to Medieal (Student! an
lurpassed clinieal and other auvantagee.
Send for a eata'oaue to Dr. THOMAS Ol'IK,
I)giN. IT9 re. Howrard iret.
Virginia Military Institute,
LEXIXGTO.V, VA.,
AS in fall and successful operation and aav
pliea Ita enlart.d oours. ol av.t.matia
lnr. action at a cost much below that of in
atiiutir.ni of like grade In tbla country. For
oatalog.es, addresa
FRANClti M. SMrrn, Puiwlntendent.
NOTRE DAME of MARYLAND,
Collegiate Institute for Young- I.ncllra and
Preparatory School lor ! lllla- ajlrla, KM
BLA, . 0 , .fare, miles Irom BaJilinorc,
Md. Conducted by th. Suters of Notr.
Dame. Send for catalogue.
Kdgeworth Hoarding and Day
FCHOOL for Yonng Ladies and Little Girls.
Mrs. H. P. LEFEBVRK, Piincipal. o. o
t'rnnkllai Hirer., Knlllnaore-, Hd. Th.
VSih gchool year will begin on Tburrday,
e-plymber m, 1HH,
Tulane University of Louisiana.
Formerly, 1M7-18M, iho Univeraity of
Louisiana 1
ITS advantage for practical instruction in.
diseases ot tb. Southwest are unrivaled,
aa th. law leeurei it auperrihandunt materi
als from the great Charity Hospital with ita
700 beds, and 20.000 rati nta annually. Stu
dent have no hoap tal-feea to pa and spe
cial instruction ia daily given at the bedside
ol tbe sick, aa in no othr institution. For
catalogue or inf rmation, addresa
Prof, S. E. C11AILLE, M. U., Dean,
P. O. Drawer ftil. New Orleans. La.
St Mary's School,
Ne. SSa Poplar aireet,
MEirHIH, I i t i i TKNItrsilKE.
ABOaHOINO and DaySchoul for Yonng
Ladiei and Children, under tbe charge
of th. Sisters ot St. M:ry, ol the English
Church. Nuttiber of pupils limited to IU).
Novt school '.rm begi, . s. pifmhi r ttfttri.
aFlilr n . aMf ;
I nio rM tM'" . -iiH.r a
Is on tUctn Philadelphia
..Ivor-
- using Anonoy tit Jloiwra.
Na rV.AVER SON.uur.uUiurludaiivnr-.

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