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MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1SSG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 200
MR. REEVE'S PROMOTION.
1 TEXXESSEEAX APPOINTED TO
Solicitor of tbe Treasury-Tlie Wis
cousin Farm Mortgage Case
Washington, Aiuus: 23.-Tte Bu
reau cf Labor Statistics exptc: to jjt
its second annual report out by the
time Coanr'bB meet,. Ag-jnta ore hard
at work in the now eolieonii",
mntprift' Two sufoiee's will be t e'-
ed iu the repot t; one is tbe qui-s'rii
of convict labir. All obtainable iu
fo.'tuation oq this mbjret will be coi
iecetl and put iu tbi-i report, together
with tbe couclnaiors as to the part
convict labr really playa in the labor
problem. Tbe ctber subject to be
treated i strikes. A cotnpleto history
o! strikes fron 1860 up to July of this
year will be siven, incloding their
Musts, their purpose end their effin-t
opan tbe labor of the country. This
will cover the ground gooe over by
the Cnttin committee, and tne lull re
port will probably be in print log he
fire the report of thai committee is
Standard Silver Dollar.
Washington, August 23. The issue
of etandatd dol'a a from the ruin s
during the week ended AukusttMst
w?s t'147,727. Tho is'ue durirg the
correspoadirg period of latt yearwai
$513,497. Too shipments of fractions!
silver coin tinea August 1st amount d
A Tenursso Promotion.
Washington, Augnrt 23. The Prs s
Ment has appointed Felix A. Reev, of
Tennessee, to be As-btart folict.or of
the Treasury, vice Joseph Robinson,
resigned. Mr. Kfeeehai been a clerk
in the Solicito.'s oflice (or many yeas.
Hie promotion, whidh will take effect
on the let proximo, was bated rn the
rpcomnitndat on of Solicitor Mi Cjp.
His couanii:6ioi', sigced by the Pmi
dent, was reieived at the White Hotife
Tti Wtfconln Form Mortgage Tai
Washington, August 23. Secret iry
Liruar has made a derisioa in tbe f nrm
moitgage case wnicb has attracted so
much atteotion in WiEcoaiin, over
ruling the dearnu of Conjuiis-iiner
8p-kf, of ths Genera! Lnd Office,
aud directing him to certify up the
lands at oncn, iu orltr that they may
be coavcvtd to ttie .S ate of Wisconsin
for tha tentti ol tho Fa'm Mortgaj?
Company. Tha greater portion ot the
large trict involved wa-i long ago oc
cupied by inuictnttlrrl parties, iitriu
ers and othf;ra, who ho'tl th?ir tlt.eb
tin grantees ef the Farm Mortgg
Cmipaiiy, to which I'ornmissioLcr
Sparks had r fired lo give ti le.
DYE USB WW, TEXX.
A Couple of Cnptiire by Lnke'e
I SPECIAL TO TBI 1PPIAL.I
Dyerstu-e, Tsiinn., August 23.
Shersif Ka1twor.1l, of Like ci.uuty, on
fcatu;dayeve iuu, tame hare with a
negro bore e thif, Je' y Aughts, whom
ho' captuivd -in Ltko tonnty Thurs
day, trie l'Jtii im-tanr, and hdged him
in our jail. Jerry lias been p.nying a
bold gnje for r.ve.ta'. mirths aud will
be caihd on ti ammr indictments in
eeve n' counties t-'ox.e two or tbr-e
me nibs ego lie. ttola a mule hiteh-d tt
the torsi rack in Tr.-aton, r n!e it to
tfcis coun'y acd sw.tppsd it ta the
Freeman biyn. 0 e day last week
tie Freeun"b-.y.j were t. Lane'd Fer
ry, a crossing of the Ooion river in
this county, when Jerry, ridii g a b g
eorre! Iidisp, wbich turned out to have
betn ttolen on tSie 20th icttant frjm a
uia'i 1 ving nfar Murrey C;ty, in
Crockett comity, crossed the rier.
The boys ieco.niz?d bim and under
took t capture him. They ren him
about three or four miles, but he rj'iit
the road and to:k to the wcols, leav
ing behind his horse, era', ht and
shoes. Slfriff Kastwood was noiitied
and hunted him up and cap'.u-ed him
near ths Kntnky line.
Eistword laat Fridny a'toropted to
arrest a man i 'i b;s cr unty (Late) br
the name of Weil, who is charged wi b
having disposi d of property undr a
registured deed of t:us. Toe man wis
hauling lof,B at the time, n:id, catchicg
Eastwood cfl hia guard, he knocked
him down w th his f ull whip and es
caped. Weilcuu" to Dymsourg and
was heie when Kn.-twoid came in
with Jerry Hushes, nrnd avv fat
wood, bat Eiif.wocil did not see biai.
tau'day night, 2Ut imtant, Weil
h'red a horee and buitgy and went to
Newbern in order 'o take the (a s
there. Afterward Eastwood leiroe.i
that WeH had bron h:riand had gjne
to Newoern ; at ho telegraphed the of
ficers there to take bim in. Weil was
not arrested theio, however, and board
ed the 10 o'cloc k train for Memphis
yesterday mornicg. A telfgram to
that effect wea sniit E'etvood here
after the traia lei'. Newbern and
reached him hero before the train
arrived. Exetwordwas at the d-pot
on time, and arr s'ed Wed, but nar
rowly eacap'd being killed by Weil tn
doing eo. When Weil saw him he
ra;sed hiB double faneled shotgun,
cocked it, acd was in the very act of
leveling it, when E stwood mada a
dash on him, grabbed the rau7zle of
the gun, he'd it above his bead, and
clapp9d a tiaiol to Weil's breast and
demanded a s;irrendr, which Weil
very promptly nftl wisely did. Eist
wood ie "gocd grit" and quick as a
cat, and Lke county should ce proud
of her Sheriff. w.
Excitement Over lliei Work of Mor
mou MIloonrl About
IIPIOUL TO TBI APPIAL.I
BinitiKOHAM, Ala., Auguit 23. Tbe
Age has news of a threatening state of
excitement among tbe citizens about
Ironton, in tbe Eorthern end of Talla
Jeg county, on a ount of tbe success
ful propaeitioa of Sio mon doctrines
there. An Ind g tation meeting wai
held last night and the missionaries
warned to leave the county. The
good people carry the war into Africa.
A ledy of prominent family will
shortly start for Silt Lake City as a
missionary for "straight" Chrittianity.
TheEly'ton Ltnd Company hes bad
tt diEContinue the sale of property, in
order to allow the c'.erks to catch up
with the work created by the rush of
the last ten d ive. Dr. Caldwell, the
president, will leave in a f3W days for
a week's rest.
Dropped It rail at Ills Home.
Chicago, III, August 23. J. B.
Murphy, Master Workman of the
District Asiemldy Ko. 24, Knights of
L abor, diopped dead at bis horue, "o.
603 West Superior street, last rj?ht.
Mr. Murphy was one of tbe test
known Knights in the city, and
especially in the public mind just ow
by rrason of his recent action inus--pending
two entise aseeinb ieerf
Knights owing to tbeir crmmuritic
membership. Mr. Murph- (i34
yeqrs of ng. lie was ' a tanner ad
currinr by trcde, and very cctivein
the Ksiguts of labor. He was gretiy
devoted to his work. His death e
eulted from Iudjj troubles, broughtn
by epeaking at labor nieeiinjs. it
cue time he was president of te
Trade aud L.brr Assembly.
Murphy was for a short time a f ic'oy
and tenement bouse in?pecti r, lit
had to reaigu on account ot ill beaU.
fie is said to bavs been seaking non
nation for tbe Legislature in his di
trict. LITTLE itOCK, AKK.
Articles of IuroriiorMiouof Ker
ISPKCIAL TO TBS APPIiL.I
Littlb Kock, ARK.,'AogUSt23. Al
tides of incorporation were today fiiei
with tbe Screiary of 8iate of th
Little Rick, Fort .Smith and Texai
Railrcad Company, with $5,000,COO st
a starter. The toad is to commtnet
at a point cn tbe wet tarn boundary of
tua s.atj ot .vraauta?, near hbck
e t City, Srbaitian county, t!ience
in an easterly direction through thai
counties of beastian, hcoit, I ranklinJ
L)Ran, Yell, Perry, Conway, Saline
nd Pulaski to Little Rock, a distance
of abjut 100 miles. Tbe incorporators
are: Powc l Clayton, Eureka Springs;
Logan II. Roo;e, P. K Roots, W. P.
Dawson Little R'.ck; Janjes Brizzo
lara, W. U. II. C fl)t..n, B. Bear, Fort
Smith; A. II. Foote, Eureka Spniss.
A similar document was also tiled
by Col. Limiso , of Lima, 0., incor
porating the Memphis, Arkansas and
Kansas Railroad, eapiUl ttick, $10,
C3,0u0 This road is to commence
near Memphis, Tenn., in the'eounty
of Ciittendeo, Ark., and run thence
by the mo-t practicable route
ti rongh the counties of Crittonden,
Cros, St. Francs, Woodruff, White,
Clehurae. Van Buren, Stone, Sercy,
Marion, Nen ton, Boone and Carroll,
in the Stite of Arkan , to a point cn
the line diviling the btt n cf Arkan
sas end MisLOtMi, in cr?id Caroll coun
ty, and live miles ea' of tne northwest
corner of sa d Carroll county, or as
near thereto as pracncable. Directors:
Calvin S. Brie, Limn, 0. ; Samul
Thomas. Xew Y'o'k Ci'y; John (j.
Moore, New YoikOity ; C.Laniisot',
L'ma, 0 ; James Fu"sell,L Roll wage,
Forrest Citv, Ark.j J. W. Wjn.e,
Foirst City, An-.j N. W. Nor
tm, Forrest City, Ark. Whil
b.th the nbove rends r.ra ts
yet only r-ilruads cn paper there is
li'tla dcubt that wittin a veiy short
whi e work will be commenced on
tLeir r.wd bedi and tome of t;'.e ricl
est lanrfs in the 8 ate be opened up to
the ourtide world.
PRESIDEsFfITZG E RAID
Wnrinlr Weleoirt ou HIn Rrnrn
flume by 11 tx Fellow lt!z-n.
Lincoln, Nhd., August 23. The
Hon. Jon Fitzifr-ra'd, tiie newly e act
ed presiileut of t'je I'ifh National
Ifague of A mericn, arrived at home
toJey from Chicago Fn'ly fiCJO citi
zra" were at tti depot to welcome
bim, and his a'rival was tin sign-il for
a general - outburst of enttiu-ia5in.
whdikinnumerable Rtenn whittles and
hells woke tho echoes fjr milec'. At
the depot a procession was fo'mtd,
hfade.i by Gov. Dwes, Chief Justice
Cobh and" Mayor Br:c, and the illus
trious Irishman ws escorted lo the
opeta house, where addrcEsea of wel
come weie ma'le by Gov. Dawes, Judge
Cobb, Mayor Brock and many ctbur
prominenl cit zen. Thee w.'re re
spoofed to y the new y eleo'cl presi
dent, and tne remainder of the day
was spent by Mr. Fitzgerald iu te
CMving the congratulations of his fal
UOLLY SPRIXGS, MISS.
Enthnviamlr IiemooratH Bomi'l for
Bj hnlln A Fine Itnln.
8PKCI1I. TO THK APPE 4I..I
Holly Srsisos, Miss., August 23.
An excursion train crowded frith en
thusi.'stic I'emncrats eft hern over the
M-mphi, Birmingham BLd All.mt c
railroad at 7 o'clock this eveninsr,
bound ior Byhalia, wfcere the Hon. J.
15. Morgin, our ttar.dard betrer (or
C jngre.;s, opens tbe campaign toni(tht.
They carried with them tho Holly
Springs Cirnel Band, and expect to
have a jolly, good time and giva Mr.
Morgan a big send oft.
Theie was a fine rain last sight.
Salt for Thirty Thomantl Dollars
Altaian! s tlunrillaa.
lePlOIAl. TO THE APPEAL. 1
Nasrvillk, Tesn , August 23. Aus
tin L. Prewirt and wife uday filed a
bill in tbe Cbaucety Court agiinit W.
H. Bunch and wife and other to re
cover SoO.COO, wbich plaintiirs allege
Burcb mijfj'propriRte.d whdo guar
dii.u of Mrs. Prewitt prior to her mar
riage. Mrs. Trewiit's maiden name
was Amanda McKps'ck. The other
defendants are sure ies on Bunch's
boud a executor. Mr. Prewitt and
Mies McK esick were married last
Powderlj Deelres Hluiaflf.
WiLKEsnABRE, Pa., August 23. At
a picnic of the Knighti of Labor, at
Luz -rne Grove todav, Grand Masler
Workman Powderlv made an addrees.
in which he strongly denounced the
rioting and violence carried on in tho
naras of the Knights of Labor. He
emphatically declared that he was not
a candidate fjr any political oflice,
and wou'il not accept the h'gties:
office in the United States if it weie
oflered him. Mr. Powderlr also said :
"The anaichis's will never obtain a
foothold in the Kniuh's o! Labor.
Anarchy is destructive to civil liberty,
and no honest workman can affoid to
identify himself with an organization
which bas for its object the destruc
tion of life and property. Tne princi'
pies of the Kniirhtsof Lsbor are grand
principles, and no c tizen need be
ashamed of them."
LcxDBor.o's perfume, Edonls
Lnndborg'a perfume, Alpine Violet
Lnndborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Lnndborg'a perfume, Marchal Kile
riTTsnrao, Pa., Auuuit 23 A Com
mercial Hazie'i Sbannpin, P., special
says: The Mark's oil well, after being
dr'lleJ twelve f jet in tbe sand, started
to tlow tonight at the rate of 1500 bar
rels a day. Shacopin is sixteeu miles
b-low httsburv, on the Pit'sburg and
Lake Erie rniul This is the largest
well eyer strac in ibis vicini'y.
TILE SUPREME C0CB.T OF CUI
BUAllUA REFUSLS TO
Hold Illm, and UItcs nim His Lib
ertj Reasons for the Court's
Denveh.Col, Augnst 23 An F.l
Paso tp:cial eay-i: At 11:30 u'c ock
this morning Uniting wsk 'a,u'a onej
mtrobefiire Jmigi CasUnaiia'e couit,
when the ollicial uiinutis ot the Chi
huaiina Supreme Cout, which had
arrived this nio'iiirg, were resd to
him, which n cited iho d. cree ideas
in bim from foitaer cutoy. Tbe
decision of tho Cou.t is bi-sod entirely
upon the fact thi.t Mtdii.n, the cf
fendod party, has waived his right to
a civil tint tct dmiHgos, the Court
ho dii g that (Lis ended the proceeding
of the b'ai-e.
Wbon relcaiod by tho Court, Cut
ting replied: "As long a 1 1 am not fur
ther detained rs a prisoner I accept
my liberty and r.queet that a copy ol
the decree of the Supreme Cou't be
given me for my fututo use." Tbia
the Court const ntod to do in Spanish.
Judge C.-tRtenada tent a copy of tbe
Jecreo to Mr. Provincio, of the Jcze
Politico, who pent back word that he
in person would give Cutting his lib
erty, accomcanied with some whole
some a vice. Cutting said lo a re
porter: "Well, I cai't nnderetsnd what all
this ba to d j with my card in the El
1'aso Herald, for which tolely 1 w8
arested, for four weeks incarcerated,
and wr being tried at the time my
government made a demand for my
immediate relee ie."
It is sa d on tho other side of the
liver that tho Mexican constitution
orohibiiiug the residencacf agitators
md daiutrons characters in the re-
iuhiic will be enforced against Cut
ng. '.The decree giving Cutting his lib
elty, a ter a long pioamble rehearsing
the history of tne rase, says: (Jon aid
er ni; lha ollendfd party, Emigdte
Medina, has desisted from ac
ta which be had a right ai
tgtinst A. K. Cutting, and
t Isidore the principal motive of the
proceedings do not exist, therefoie
tliere is not, in ttie judgment of this
court, a sufficient foundation to con
tinue ths cise, and consid
ering tha aot of desisting on
tne part of a party ollended
is coos -rved to be iih the principal
t.ie obj ei of qmctii.g the alarm cou
siiieut upon his former complaint, as
nis terms charly express. And con
tinuing the proceedings on the poiut
legally una accurately decided in tlie
firs", instance would ba not only to di
vest tnnt laudable proposition ot its
enecr, bu; also, it would go beyond
tbe intent aimed by law and naiional
fifninm 'Pi,., i-of.i ra iVin Pnnif. Ha
ri'ef, in the nane of juctice of the
& ate, llio lUowingprjp;isitions:
Firs'; The act of defbtinL' on the
part ( f hmigdio Aledtnt is cranteu
Itont thf civil action to which he we s
oati led anainst A. K. Cutting, who
shall bo p acoj immediately iu abs
inttt liberty. - .
Sjcond TU?t tbe .:jnnval Prosecut
ing Attorney ol the State. Liwyer Jops
Ma'ia (jaacarj, and the detcnda.irs
a;torney, Lawyer Joarj'iin Villaloa, be
not tied, aud after returning the lir t
b: ok o! minutes let a corresi onding or
der be issued to a sec nd lower Jndg-
oi Bravos for its exsct fullillmenr.
I.et it he recorded in the archives ot
the fjt it" Government thai I, I.iwyer
tipnanoj nup, magistrate ol tne Nec
end Chamber of the Supreme Trib
unal of Ju8ioeuf the State of Chi
Luiliua, for the act tried in the sp-
pel ire nrade dm no decree order and
ijiu I etjre witnesses.
, . CIPRIAXO P1XA
Jrfsu.i 0. Majkba, Soorelary.
Af er the decree had been lead to
Citling aud a copy furnished to him,
be wjs ca-ned to the cilice of Mayor
Proveucio, where he was formally set
at liberty, uonsut uriguam, with a
i.-uiin'n vj. iiilk, n'jn, w r-J XJ Willi linn.
A cordial shaking of hands between
Hie Americans loilowed and all ad
journed to a casino on the corner
called 1.1 i nncipaie, kept bv a.Maiv
lander. Hero they were compelled to
wait a lew minute' ior a flreet car,
o'i wbi.b they xpec ed to leave
Mexican sjii. Daolin, tbe official in
terpreter, the Mnyor and reveial
Mexican cllinals entered the ca'ino,
and a few words wtro exjbanued be
tween the parties, tho evident inlei,t
biing to arrest Cutting. The (alter,
in reply to tome remark from the in
terpreri r. sdd to Danlm, with finger
ra'sed: "I will meet the five principal
in this mat'er lat-r.' ibis wss said
m an lxpiesiive manner, tost es a
man miiibt pay: "Whpn I get you
a ono wo will have the thing out."
It. was instantly Interpreted, aud tho
Mayor and Dunlin cried out, "1'ues ya
es an mavo deli to," which in Enirliali
is "A new oflense." Several of tha
hfexicana ttepped toward him, but
tin car having oppor unely artived,
Cu'.tii ii's American frieDds clojed in
around bim, and hmrying him to the
car, be was us rapidly- as tbe time
table aflows, drwen across the border.
tien. Nrdgwlrk at ttoe i lty of Mexico,
City of Mbxico, Augn-t 23. Gen
Sedsrwick arrived here this morning
find was met by Coneul General Pnrcu.
He spent tit day witu Minister J act'
son. Gcu. Sedgwick has not vet vis
ited Minis'er Maiiscal, of tbe Foreign
Department, hut will probably do so
tomorrow. He win maice n:s princi
pal Investigation at unibuahua.
News was received here today offi
cially that Medina baying withdrawn
his f.uit for damages agai net Catting.
the Sup erne Court of the State, whicii
had tne appeal under consideration,
threw the entire case out of court, and
oidered the releiBO of Cutting.
UneaaineM Along the Frontier.
Galvkstos, Tkx., August 23. A
snecial to the Neim from Laredo savs:
In connection with the fact tha the
military authorities in Mexico have
within the last week purchased all the
arms and ammunition to be had In
Laredo, it is also affirmed that in
addition to the 2000 troops within a
few honrs march of Knevo Laredo
there are at present 2CC0 Mexican
cavalry posted along tho Rio Grande
butween Nuevo Laredo and Piedras
Negras. At tbe old town ol I'ol&fax
funv miles above here, there is a do
tachmentof Mexican troops and they
are remrttd to be throwing up fortili
cations, pending the final decision in
the Cutting cast. Gieat uneasiness
prevai s in the border concerning tbe
utter defenc-desl condition of the peo
ple and sharp criticises on ali sides
are heard o! the President's flshirg
flip to the Adiiondai ks while Mexico
is pushing her tioocs t3 tho Rirj
Grande in order to strike hard in the
event of war being declared.
The destruction of private property
along the Rio Grande on the American
side before an army could bo mobil
ized, would, it is alleged, be gicat,
and the value of tbe pioperty de-
twM.a.l wM.1.1 amnnnt tt lmirA than
ths cost of the concern ration cf a few
thonssnd troops toy tne government at
the principal points along the Ameri
can Kn,.liir -Tha Mexlejillfl aav 1!ia
Americans area nation of shop keepers
acd won't tight.
J AUK-OX, MISS.
Konhei'N Koiuluntlon Asnreil ll,-.
jo.il All Ooubl.
ISPKCUL TO Till APPIAL-I
Jacksin. Mlsi. AuiiHt 23. The
oui.tie.s that have heid conventiens
and i.rimr.ry elections in this (the Sev-
entb) Uongrespt mai n sine: give ti.e
Hoa. Charles E. Hooker 20 votes in
the District Nomina ing Convention,
and ths Hou. K. Ba'ksdalo, the pra
ent iucombe.nt, 1(1 vo es, with hut ope
more county (Franklin) yet to speak,
which has two voes iu llio conven
or). The D'strict Convmit on is com
pos-d of thiraaiwo delegate!. This
aseuies Ilookcrvnomination for Rej
rfisoi'tttivc in Oongme beyond all
question. The votes given him above
re all instructed to support mm.
Later. Since my lir.t sptcal tbe
af poet in tne contest between Barks
dale and H-.oker for tho nomination
n this (the Seveuth) Coiigrerstoual
listriot has thai ged. Jtll'er.ion conn-
y. with tnree voles in tho Dietrict
Convent'or, whtra the ontis'. was
lose aud rep ! to J to nave g me lor
Hcokor. Las cyiiH for B.rknlilo bv
about forty maj -rity. L'.rcoln county
holds ner c invention next Miuruav,
comp-sed of flfiy-one delegate', wlm
were e.ecttd laet tur.iay, tliere l e-
irg thirty s von lor ncoKor ana lour-
een for Bttkfds'e e'eciod. Tiie
BarksJa'e men will contest fonrlcrn of
the thirtj-s-vf n Hooker delegates,
leaving twentv-threo uner.n'o.'teil. 1 j
sum up: Bnrksdale has tliirtei'ti votes
n the Mittrict Noo mating (.vnven-
ti in and Honkor fifteen, including the
tnree f.-om Lincoln, li e two vot's
from Claiborno will be contend.
Should Hooker carry the two vetei of
Fiaoklin, the oily remaining cmnly
o speak, he will have a ni-uui yo!
tne convention without tho voto of
Claiborno. Should Ilarkedalo carry
Frapklin he will tie Hooker s tiltepii
votis sndcanso a lock over Clai be rue's
I'ues peeled I erinlunllon of n Ito-
luuulle Love ABlr,
ISPICIAL TO IBS APPIAL.I
ClIATTiNOCOA, TSNS., A llgtlBt 53.
A bteez i ws. created at trie (!row
House t might by tho niitxpected
termiuaiion o! a romantic love ailuir.
Wro. P ummd-r, of lVtortluirg, a.,
and a Mrs. Vngicia E.lward.i, cf New
1 ork, came lore to hs married. 1 ho
licnuso was pioeuiod and the minu
ter was reidy, but the groom reeled
i.t the loom in a Htao ot liwoxicmmi
lesuetu io, and the la lv doclino l to
b-.come Irs bride. Wheihir th'.-y
w i 1 make up cannot be to d.
UKAIX IX SWIIT.
Hlatenientn of the lilcuvco aul At'
York. Iloanli of Trade.
CiiiCAOo, III-, August 23. The Chi
cago r:pott of tbe V'silile supply oF
gruin 18 as billows: On Auiiust 21st
Wheat, H'l.su 1,4 !2 bu, increnso, 1,77s,
SSI hn Corn, 10,632,000 hti, increase,
Lb03,2!)S bn. Oats, 3 11(1(148 t.u, in-
crts?, 573,010 t u Rye, 7O8,0!IO hit.
increa e 218,727 Ml. li '.rley, 4l4,0t)
bn, iucretwe, 07,4(11; bu.
The Kfi York Mlaietuent.
Naw Yot!K, August 23 The follow-
ing was tbe visible sunply of guiiii
on Atimst 21st,' su compiled by trie
iew xorKi'iouucj Jixcnaiige: Tiip
wtostinstor rd nfliat, 31820,S.o2
hn, incn a-e,!, 80Jt, 440 bn. Corn, 10,-
031,917 hn, inr-rea'e, 1,10),513 bu
O-tj, 3,110978 bo iQCtuaio, 5"5.Ht'3
bu. Rve, 0!i,015 bu, irk-eaae, 218,773
bn. Barley, 413,845 bolncrean, Wi-
10 bu. '
Hava t:i. d Tongiilinf and find it a
sefe, eaty and offi lent, neuralgia
remeiiy. it is en invalueb e rtmorlia:
aa;ent, mug ncrled.
A. h. (-.ClU ICK, M. D.,Alilatid, Ohio.
I'oNlponed on Aeeonnt of No VVIml.
Nkw YokK. Augu t23. Aftjr r.carlv
fiva hotirn cf s'ow sa ling iu emooih
wbtcr and witu a liahr mm mar b eezi.
theeicmd triul rontint between the
sloop yacht Majllor, Puritin, At-
laniic anu i rn 11111:1 uuuy was p iit
poi ed by the judges.
riin'Aiitt for KLiona.
Foundations, culler wa'ls and bui'd-
ires sn 1 if cttonvei (1 ow should bo c in-
st'UC'ed with Loulsvillu Cement. It is
PU fLKH Mnnilay aftrnoon. Auemt 2X
hi. nt maideoo of furenu, No. M Sooon I
ttrcot, Wii.i.ik bAKPoun. bbU 1 J oar mid It
monthi, yourjRest iuu
ol JodOLih ana tum
1'un.ral will take place from reaidancathii
(Tt- KSDAY) aftoroooB at 2 o'clock. Friends
ol tliw family wrf Inrlt'-d.
WTLBOU'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVEB
HTT. Afin T.TTVTF
TO O -XC
toimlarity of "Wilhor'a Coinpound ol Cod
iverOil and Lime" baa induced louie un
principled t'rriona to attempt to palm off a
aimple article of their own manufacture!
hut anr psraon mho in suderina troin Cougha,
Colda or C'onsumptiou. abould be rarsful
wh.re they purchase this article. The re
aulta o( ita une are it e heat recomuiandationa,
and tbe proprietor h-ia ample avideooeon
file of iu arett auccesa in i.ulinonur coin
plainla. The Phophate of I.ioie pcareaaoa a
nioat niarvoloue hralina tiower. oa ooinbined
with Ihe pure Cod-l.tver Oil by Dr. Wilbor.
It ia prescribed br the medical faculty. Sold
hp A. U. W11.BOB, Chemiat, lloaton, and
Ajk yoor ratniter tor the Orldnal S3 Hhoe.
. - Ilcwnmof imltiitlona, .
((one Genuine noleea bearluc thlarltamp.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.1
Mado In Button, Conn-reea nnrt 1ic. il'a CnlJ
onr, A wtalrarri fr'nt U
tiawni uniiK iiii"iw
tton bow to n'ttl!l 8huo la
r btmo or iemior. .
J. Ucans a Co.,
41 Jjncuin ni
Thla aooo aiaoU bli-bcr In the ettlmatlm of
ttwa Sa'w.y oii..r In lb.. w..n.i. '( llio
S"l?wb " ivwK it WU WU jru Uio icu it uu
lytk tjjtjfi, .1 ii - - - "
1 t 1 -A
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y h u mm m m ik k m iw m u m u
ents' Furnishing Goods
229-231-233 MAIN STREET.
I'rciiaratorv o luiildinir a Now Sfort'houso upon our lot on tho corner ot Main nnl Jcflcraon Sw.
we nave moved our WllOLKSAl-K stock to the sitcious waielionsen heretofore known as tho
n.. i...:i.u.. o.i ! .ilia :t:t Main vf rent, wlipiii wn vi ill continue our AVIIOLKSALK bnslness
i.ilil Ilia mill' lllliwll t -a ('It 111 nlcteii. We have now more Himce and better facilities tor Joins; busl
ness than wo had in tha oid store, and can assure our patrons and the trade generally that wo
are In a belter position to serve them than ever.
Our stocks nre much larger than any we have ever had, and nearly all purchased before the
late advances were made in prices an adruntne; that we have determined to ut least share with
our customers. Jtcmember, we guartititeo the priced every article we sell to bead low as It
can bo bought in tho United States. v
WITH mcrietiMil miittitiln all ilo
lrimMits will licgin in iith year
n- September 111, 1H.
at No. 174 Hernnml.i alreel, lortmrly tjraoe
Cliuroh. lloyn pri-puroil lor eltlior Iliimneai
or Col'Ktu. Pijoii'llna firm ami itrint! !n
atru -tion lliorouirh ami uiniltrn in niathou.'.
Wmlcrn hniiKuaui)" a nneial l-uluro.
For tcnai.otn 'nilrni r on 1 1
WHARTON S. JONK3,
l"il Ui'rnnnilo 'trr -t, VniiM hn'. 1'H-
uun iittki i u
Book of all Diseases,
Cloth & Cold Binding
lltr.if.,, lia h(l Kn,fr.lliit,
Mill I'll IIHIC.
t.TfiT iir riiiM U'Ai. Nim. rriirrt
i.VI'r., I "liK.'i.'n. 1 11 minium, iihib. ,
Wtirilii. Wunn liH'tT. Wurml ,'lt'' ..
I r lilii 'i)lli', or 'I'l'lliinff of Inlnulf
lllarl-lirn, ul I liililivn ut A'lulli
11,.,-nli'i y, (iiil'iii', I'.ili'ni Tolic.
. liolnr. tltirtii,.. vi'llillinil
.. .' A
'oimti., I.,l;l; lir.'iirliilin
jniHl-Bllll-IlM" I'"" . r , t i , .
Ml .M-ii.ln. 1 'i M ''I nil. II . f . .....
liHiri-it.'il "i i-niiiuii i-,-r,,i,
l litlrn, l'" frtiiiiM- 1, li'.il-..
CriMiu. I 'limll. Himnill Hi' nil ir. ...
Malt llliriiiu, l iyip'lnr l-.ruiilluii...
Illw all-in. luu. m in.- . ,
I'Vwr il Vnr, I Inli". Malaria
I'll,-.. Ill, n,l,. I- HU.ilinit. ...... .... ..
I'nlnrrli IiiiIiipii., I ',1,1 m I lift II, 'ml
V ItimlilliB I'lineh. V1..I.11I l iiiiKli. .
(., -nernl lli'lillllv.l liynl Wiiwiihwi
Vtiiiii. Il.-lillliv -... .................I
I rliinrv nliiii-". Wfiinm lt.n...
H, .,,,. iif III,- lli-nrl. riili'iulicn I
d b iNtim-tn, nr m nt iitmlpni.t on HM i'ipU'r
-111 UrilUbtB 'ALUH I tblVi JUWIIIIDN
DR. C. McLANE'S
I VEE FILLS
BE FUKK YOU (JET TUB GENUINE, Tki
CouDtorfcils are madejlnjiitliOuiaiHu.
DII. It. L. LASKl,
Pbjsicliin, Surgeon anil Acconchcr,
RKStDENCB AND OKF1CK,
313 Itf all' Mroel, Xear lHtln
Tolenhnna No. KM.
The only perl-t smbetltute tot Mother
mllK. Invuluabia la Cholera Infantum
aua reetning. a pre-atauatiKi rooa ior u re-
P entice, Oonaumptlvea, Oonvnleecente.
arfaot nutrioDt in all WaatlnK Olaeneee.
Kfiqalrne no oooklnd. Our lliM'k. The Cure
ana reeainajor inrante, maiiea rrue.
IIOUBKH, OuOUALB CO .Boa ton. Itaaa.
W. H. BATEH.
H. V. Toor
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
S en and Latest Styles Stock. Stn
Type, New Machinery.
Prices as low as anywhere, Morth
Increased facilities for doing; all
kinrii I,f hnirranlilmr.
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
OK IIORE POWKR-Nearlynew. Alao,
ZlO amokentack, bollins, policy., ihtlt
initi tcob, etc.. Apply t or addrcsa
XO'JF, MoUOWAN CO,
0EF1CE Boom 1 (new) Cotton llxt hange Iltilldlitg. Telephone CIS.
Rorlli Rrltlxh nnl tier.
rnittlln (nearly) :l,t OOO OOO
Wenteiintrrnr rw I'urk l.m.nnH
Viilaai of )ltlorulil 1, lit, Kit
Amerlcu Surely l oinpriny,
All oloea of property inaured. t'lieclnl
w York Life
'H t: AM VI'OI'U IIIIOHI'.H. ,
iSl iH B d H- M. J".
rntca to tli.ne nho di-nire to try ll. Win'lil
I. ...II..K l Mrllli.l.le.
Corner Second and Adams Sts.
WE TiKSniE TO CALL VOI R ATTENTION TO OVR LAR'IKSTOt K OF riSIHHKr
Ot A II 111. t.. H e are propared to I'urniili now work Irnrii luteal dull. na on abort notice..
ALL WOKK ODAItASTKEI) TO KE FIRST CLASS
In eiery rofpoct and to lve entlro aaltafactlun.
W r,li, ;t tour patronuit and reimeU that you cull, examine our itock, prlfos, oto.,
before I'Un-huMfiir olmwuwre. . ,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, 25,000,
J.K.0BWIN,Preg't. J.M.WOODHAtt, Vlce-rifs't. C. II. UA!XE,tahklV
Boaurrt of Diraotora.
J. M. HOdDDAB,
W. r). IIBUCH,
j. M. NKUM)S,
nit v i
JOHN ARMIS1KAI). 0. B, 1IKYAN. A. w. nrw:iijj,
!. JUrielry of h tlle of Tmaiwmi, TrnoeiirH ijviire-a llaakktj
liaiaineee mutt ! MiMxilnl Atteutlon I olltiell-.A
pa wrmwmiwrFiattumrp fa i m n
in n ti k ta ti nvaii a n rf.m
Dry Goods, lotions, Kosisi
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 320 and 328 Main St., McraphlCTcrm.
arorn KTorK op ran. kt wurnt oo it larofr o ra
COMI'LKTK THAN KVxa riKOhB, and eur pricei will cuun are wiib !ho it any Low
Id the United .Htalo. We are Aaant. for
Teaaesaee JlauafactarluK to.'a I'IuIiIh, Drllln, Sliortln;, Milrtlnc, Etc,
Is tie He
Have attained, lie lodnre.1 nnprloeiplel
imitation. Wehir.be caution ilie public t
on ei h I ox. an I our Kicwiry Number. Kill,
The on y all long Havana- uiior cigir on i'e utaraci iur u-
OBO. I. IjI3E3S 3 CO.,
Factory S0, 3d Dltii t, A'. Y.
MOON & J0YIO, Wholesale Agents,
rqnllnhle nt Nnalivlllo ...f lTM
Kuitaellle nt Hnom Ullo... iaa,a)
1-lioenia ul llruolilru t.Ma-
rine Department) 4,H9,9m
Mnhlua Ituiade of Hnret yahlp.
Attention ilvea to luiarlni Country 6 ter.'
Till". HtKlli:l. OR ItB-MIRll
i,rr-i I,,., .i.iivnr.d In the oily at very loe
Kle tit all n.lul on UHllroml
. .. n
m . fAll I e-y w X,
J. R. HODWIN,
I. W. KAM.H,
T. II. HIM hi, W. I. miNAVABl
CUAR1.KM KNEY, H. J. BLACK.
K. T. COOPKtt, II. K. CUKriN.
"i M CP rt
manufi,'turer. t bin -e on the markc a ba.e
ut ..II He. nine i.arroa mil t ear A llt.l
:! litrtn. a .