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MEM Pi J IS, TENN., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMIJEU 1. 1SS(.
VOL. XL VI NO. 207
MEXPI1IN IIM PUE0RIIiL
G HO WTII--ITS PROSPERITY.
The advertising calami a of the A r
PKiL this morsiDg emphi3i'z3 tbe bus-
iaesa revival 'h unboan Jed prosper
Jty of Memplia. The encroachment
of dverti-:eia upcn oar larg doubli!
sheet pite??cf fifty-six cjlumcsttl"
thettory men tloquently than col
umns cf editorial areutnent. ThU
large nmcuat of advertising i not the
result of a mere di'den to make a big
show. By accepting advertising at te
aucei ra cs twrive rommm oi Aacu.
tional advcr:i3ineo.!sc3uld have been
added. Bat a newspaper which gives
tray ita advett'eing fo'umcs to make
a show of popularity and proeperily
will coon flod is-lf in the condition of
the merchant who Ok da the country
with poods to prove that he
is doirg a lave bmine'B. There
wae a celebration in Memphis of
tbe completion of tbe Memphis and
Charleeton railroad, in May, 1S57.
Peopla , floi'kei here by thousands
from a'l parte of the country, and a
new tide of population constantly
soared into the city. Tbe hotola and
the boarding he uses were full to over
fl iwing, and every business and dwell
Idb honse wai ren'ed at fabulom
prices bafore completion. Tbe popu
lation was ciEmopolitan. Nearly all
the old Stites were represented here,
and in ths fliw'njr tide prominent wjs
tbe foreign element. Tbe prosperity
which hits (gain dawned opart Mem
phi reminds the old citizens of the
flood tide bcoai of thirty years ago,
Indeed, oar city has never exhibited
such substantial, steady and uninter
rupted progress, since it emerged from
a ciude frontier settlement. Memphis
has surmounted every misfortune and
every cit:z?n hjs implicit coefidence
in the future of the city. And it
coald not fce otherwise, when on
every eido is teen all tbe force i
by which ereat citiei are obstructed
Trade is fl;u-iahicg, pcpilation in
creasing, new d celling1, new bcs'nsps
h-.uass nra springing up on every side
and the iimi a of mi-Jence for families
pushed far;her and farihtr every day
Oar peop'e ar a sarpriseJ a', their mar
ve'.oua j-roinsi and prosperity. But
ttey will not hi if they wi'.l look to
the elites. M'mphis is the natural
trailer, ce.trrcf an immense radiui
b5 V-nt'V whirh for productiveness
' caaiw htsairpaBied by the same Ecope
in all this brond Union and, there :s
ncthicg to prove ot it becoming a large
emporium ranking i h the impira' t
ct ei of the United Brutes. As a rail
roivi ct-nU r llfnip' is will bi in tbe lead
of all Southern c tirs. B3id the
rads a'ready in opera'ion roads
which of themselvei wruid make a
graat city thtra a e kill a dozen
others, lither under ewtmet or being
surveyed and nil will bi bailt in the
near future. There is nd longer nny
doubt of the destiny t'ikt awaits
Memphis. To her uneqoaled
development no fktitious cir-
cuaoatatc's havs- ctmtribu'.ed fieir
a d. The growth ka been baaed upen
tbe intrinsic ond inherent advantttts
of the city and surrounding country
great ta'uril laws, aided by emerp'is-
itg, shrewd buaintsj men cf local
p ide andnmbiti'in.Tuegreatfu'Dreof
Memphis is unalterdb'y wrtten in tbe
baok of destiny, Mcn con hat ten, but
they cannot hinder K Our great prl
mary advantage cotisis's in ttieoitua
tion of the cliy ; and whst ratare be
gin maa is supplementing aid filling
out by the construction of a multi
plied system cf railroads o-ntering
here, and all tbe prerrqais'tea to a
progressive, prosperous city. TLe
growth cf Memphis is phenomena),
and the AprEALCongra'u'ales its read
ers on the fjet that the city is yet to
be one of tbe chief interbr centers of
the continent ; that we have the prom
iea of that destiny for which the Ap-
fial tag labored for f-irtj -six years,
and whose dawn has b:oken upon our
Tie in ail its cnchsniing beauty.
' LEABNlSe TO KKSPEI X IIISI.
The New York Portdirec s attention
to a significant fact wl.cn it eays that
Dsmocratic members of Coagreoe have
become more oui?poken tnpporkrs of
the Preeidi.-nt after mixing with their
constituents. It has often been pointed
out how the people are more advanced
than their representative s; it is so in
this cass. Ia favoring reforms and op
posing obusep, the President occasion
ally crofs-s the prepossessions end
habits of men who dislike established
ways and customs that have crept in
.to be abolished. But the people have
no tuch bias. Tbey judgs the tree by
its frui's, not by ths absence of change
in its branches. The people tee in Mr.
, Cleveland a plain, una fleeted, straight
forward man, bent upon doing bis
'duty through good rapott and through
evil report. ' Tfcey see him nnswerv-
. ing in the direct line be has marked
, out fqr himself, undeterred by sneers,
unterrified by threats, and they ad
' mire and( reverence hin Congress
men,' as they mingle with the peop'e
in the interval of their services, psr
'ceive this fact aid their eyes become
i opened Jo' virtues they had nevor
tStima'ed before. The .consequence
is expected to be a clegree of defer
ence towari tbe President at the next
, Bfssiob cf Cargress not shown him
during lasC .
TiiE MTiOXIL CAHTAL
M'MBEH OF IfEW 1ELEPH0-1E
Allotment of Lauds in Severalty to
Iuuians Xe ""'V T. later
WAsmscToy, Augi-st 31. The com
ratisioa ot lliomes Jc. lientdict as
Pub iff Prictfr ha bren n-ceivd at
the White House Dartre tie Pcci
dent's signat ir-, of cate tbo 20 h of
Aucuqt. It is uacer o d tint the
new rnblicl'notfr mil relieve Mr.
Rounds about the 15tL ci Septembir.
eB. Jo Johlo at the C.plliil
AS'ashisqton, August 31 Gen. Jo
seph E. JohnrtOD, Couimiiocer ot
KairoedB, returned to Vis cry tois
eveLing trom a tour oi iri.phc'Hn ci
eubiaznd la'iroaua lie looks re-
ranrkkbly well, snrt to an AwociatHl
Prnre repoiter said that there
cothinir the matter with hjn except
ft gue from his long journey, lie de
clined to Bay anyudng retnrdirg hie
inepet:on oi the rUlai btioro
mating nis rtpoit w uie lni nor ie-
Allolnipnts of linda lo Iodlna ia
"Washington, Arcust 81 Ac1r.it
m moiieeiOLer unnia,ot iio ludiMi
Ofliue has issued the lollow.ng tf.ttr
i f instructions to nta upon tin va
rious r8rrvAt:ots wh"ra, Dudir exii
io law und trta'y siipulatiuas, al ot
men'S of 'a. ids iu severalty may he
made: "The bui-ine-sof alctirig and
puteuting lands to Indiana sroulii b-
pn ssed nitri the utmost vigir. The
inuun 'a awakemniMoine luiportansu
ot indivi)u.d ownership In the s il,
and gkftnU iuubt foster und eaonrage
tbis feeling by all mi-ans u their
power. Tbe Indun aek for a'niper
title for his land, and wi h' tliat in
bis o8eelon has rooie euaruotee
that the laud ha improves will aot t e
rkrn from him. The Indians inns,
be imp'es-ed with the fact that if they
detdte to make their fctiy uoonthtir
rf 8-rv.tioiis sure and ptabio toey
must Uka up the lands aod gta
reaular title to them from the g;vt ra
ment." Mr. Utsbaw caid tvday that nan v
tribes aie now as clamorom for i'lot
ments and patents aa they were f r
merly tenactcus of holding all lanie in
An Abuse Mliloli 8lioult Be uoiie-
il led. ,
AVashi.sgtow, August 31. ?oVu'
Ucdaiwcod afGiast;ow, reporti that
men who aro hired to ear for ca tle
shipped from this i-onntry tiGbsaw,
oftn c.rue to etrious want and sili,-
ii sr. Theyae nr.mlly po-sstors of
rtirtifics es entitling them t j a psve
nome on tbe veasi-I wliiih look thiin
out, but no provision is made for the r
usten.nce while in per, and it f e-
quomly hxppe.bs thai the vetsrl f av-
ni uiacDprieULer cargo sals J. r boliw
Oihr poit o( tha wo'lJ than Auieila,
ii wLitn course tue men trri iieiple s,
aicce no other ship wdl receive ttieir
cert'fi3t8, and no bting iai!or.j,
U9? Ca..iI0'u tope tu WO'k
tl.eir pa B?ae. The Coibi) ruir-
grstj tat if ttoro be a wty for co.ii-,
rell'ug ehipperju cUle to ptovid
ttir tue uiaintenai ce I the
n on w&iie la tora.gi rorte
ens to make snre of roeir (-p edy rt
turn torn'-, a g'eat a-d gftw.uj evi
AVasdisoton, August 31. A bill in
equity caa been hied in ih D stiia
Supierre Court by 0. ii. lierrymao
i.r iiLrry u. -sinni'. ct Ch caio
auainst Roheit B Venue, actinj Co'.o-
miee:oner o: fetn'., end Jllslii A
Urayfor an iiijunct on to res r.in the
iatue of a paiont to the latter. The
to uplait ant states that he is ttie in
ventor cf tha rai.wvy electric tole.
irjaph and teler.hone, ard nuHde app j.
ra'ion lor a patent foay 18, 1S77 ; t'at
t'id rppll:aiiun has ttteu kpt alive
ly amendiaett to cl.iims, that Grey
subt qtiontly filed tpp.ication for a
"mnltiple uieirph," which heallev'te
wan oy i-icKe-y ana deceit stolen nv.in
nun. ana is nettling but a renroduc.
tion in principle and design of Lis n a
chine and invi-ntion. He charires on
ioforrnarioa nd belief that by endue
iotluenteo tnd by complicity with tbe
examirers wrny is about to receive
pttent therefor; that the inning of a
I aeui to rrinpiairunt is ue.ayiu ry
tire ucuue u nuence txeited hv lira.
and tt.e pat -tit to Gray 10 bout to be
is uud by fraud and collusion ith
the ofhoers of the Patent Office, and
if so irsued will greatly injnre and
rifiT nun ana neceisiiate lonir and
tdi(us Ii Sjra ion on his part, lie f nr-
ther alleged that be is entitled to have
official action taken rn h's claim, and
eeks an i junction and relief. Judge
utgaer tn tue met Monday In S.n
teoiber at 12 o'clock for a hearing.
Philadelphia, Pa., August 31. At
a mei'tittg of the Philadelphia Laver
rseer urewers' AesociftUon, neld today.
nwi unioimousty aaopieu tliat, t).
ginning with this date the, aaociatiop
formally riicogniz the Knigbs r.f
Labor, to tbe exclusion ot all other
labor organizat one. Employte ra
requ'ed to withdraw fooi the
Workmsmen's and Brewera nnlonM.
and to afBtxva'e themeolves with th
Knights of Iirthor. There will ba no
change in the boars cf labor, wiues tr
any otner ronditiona acknowledged
nnder tbe the old oni.in. The nntica
will oe poeu d np in every brewery in
Philadelphia lorp'Trowmorn'og. How
n win oe received py me moo re
mains to be seen. Troubla is t x
pectcd, bat the bosa brewers are do
termined -to s;and by their action.
"We are tired of havinir labor airltnknra
interfering with onr businene," mid
one of the brewer's today, "and w
now propose to take a bund In the
Baded la a Compraaatee.
NW YOBX. Aunust 31. Th trnnSloa
of the canal boatmen have at loat
come to an end through a conference,
held late last niaht, between the boat
men and the Canal Exchange Com
mittee. By tbe new echedu'e, boat
men will receive from 20 to 33 canti
per ton. Rates for the month nf Or.
tober will be fired open at tbe meet
ing ox ttie conference Committee in
Wew Orleana Harketa.
Nsw Oblianr. La.. Animat HI
Flour quiet. Corn quet, but steady.
Oats quiet and weak. Cornmea'
easier a'. 53 20. Hay steady. Una
oroiiacti une tied, but aw erallrf tiioh.
or. Pork, 10 50. Lard-refl bed tierce,
$7(37 12. Bulk nica'a-shouMfire,
f) 15; long clear and clear rib, $3 OP.
jjjeon tnonioerp, sis aj: ir.ng c esr
and clear ib, $7 .5. Ubibi cho't
imgar euro.!,. canvAW-eJ, $12 751?
WPrnky qidt. Coff e active, firm
and higher; Rio ca-goee, common to
prime, hl'nilli '. Kice dull and norci.
na1. Bran active, but weak and lower
at 65c. Cot'onseid products ea'ca
and tirm; c-ttnseed oil, prime crude.
dBllvereii, 2i(n'.i0ri : anmmer vellow
free on bnard, 38?39j; cake and
mea', $19 E020 per long too, free on
boar.i. buitar and molasses dull and
ntimira'. rS'rl'.t diafts on NiwYotk,
5'.) cents psr $100) dmconiii. B nkerj
fterlir.g iirnvriii. Clearings cf the
bank?, $7P,0. 0.
A KILLl.Nti FKUST
Prrnlcted in Wlnronkin autl Ottttt
Wralrra Kntra TkU Horulaa-.
Chicago, III., Ar,gut 31. "There
w ll evi J-nlly be aquite general froet
durii g the night," said the s gnal
officer here at 10:30 o'clock this even
ing, in acswer to an Inquiry. "Ii will
probably be light in Iowa," he contin
ued, gift; ciog over his diepatchte, ' atd
very likely the same in. Illinois. There
ill be a deposit in Michigan also,
nd should the fall of the temperature
be eomtwhat accelerated, it will be a
very heavy one tbero. The chance
are that many parts of Wisjon&in will
eeo what is known as (ll.ing frost,
Clear weather is prevailing through-
cnt this entire d, strict, and failing
temperature, I;gbt west and noithwect
and lew dew points reported from
neady every sta ioo. Tnere is not
ration djub. that the result wil be
Bepudlalwl by the Hnihta of Labor
A Hnnaranble Event.
Ibfscul to thi arriAL.j
CnATTAN0O, TBMlf., Aug'.St 31.
. number cf Knights of Loi r sign a
card, which will appear in t jniorrow'a
I unit, repudiating the recent conven
tion it wmch Lominations for county
and city ollues were made. A lively
fight iu tte various assemblies over
the matter is autic patod.
A rut tier rvmarkab e event mil take
place in llam.lton county tomorrow,
(something tliat never occurred beio.
Jemo.jrat c county indgo. a L.-rao-
era ir S beriff aud a colorod Clurk of
the Circuit Court will be sworn in aa
c junty officials.
Woman Murdered b Tranipi.
Cleveland, O.. August 31. Near
N.les, O., e-tcritay, ttie dea I body of
Mrs R A. Williatnroa, who had gone
driving in the couiitry, ws foiud by
lis routloide. Her nui k wan bruken.
aud it, wr.8 sup-osid at th time tha:
the liorsi had run aw.iy and thiown
her from trie carriac, cmeiag h"r
riedh. Todry it waj 1-arned that
tin re was ho rnraa.v end the wom
an s hunt ami a And tbe Coron-r t
nuke a full investigation, bH believing
toat nis wun n. u Uden uiti(kiared. lr.
if asserted that Mr?. ViiliaJaasm had
c-'iieide-atla inonHy ia her pos e-sion.
Two i ra 2i ps 1 ave been trr- sid at
Nile, and there Vj touch excitetnint
in the town.
Bobbed by Nbr.rpcrs.
Indiasapoms.Ind, Auvmt 31 The
Jyurnn8 (Jolumbns, (hid.) Hpecial re
ports tnat Wiiham MiiCl'i.tocf, an old I
ai d wei'thy farmer, was today induced
by two M a r ers on tome unknown
nr. text to toniB t, t'tai i i y and draw
$50. 0 .'rotii ti.e hank. In company
wifi ihee mim L e start -ci on hie re
turn, a id when a fw mihs cut. thy
be t and robbed the old mn Hud
tlitew him out en the rjrad. His fail-
ura to return homo caused a search lo
be ni-de, ard he was found whore he
h.id h en thrown by thelhieves. He
is so badly beaten and excited triat tie
icuratilu o give an .intelligible ec
cotiLto! thh ri.bbtry.
War Threatened at New
Kew York, Augus'. SI. At a mee'
ing of paseeui.er itgHLti of the 'ruok
line pro', in O.'umiesiuncr Fink's
office today, the Baliimi.re and Ohio
rate aid th'i ppoarnce (d the Balti
more end Ohio trains on the Jersey
Central varki were fu'ly diacuMsed.
It was d cn1sd ti invite the Baltimore
end Oiiio Company, with its subordi
nate organization, and the Emigrant
Clearing Hnune Association to enter
the i o I. If the Baltimore and Ohio
Company refns s tj c.me int.i the
pool thrrs still bs along and b t or
Powderly Will Not Kua for Cos
greu. Wile esr arbb, Pa., August 31. The
Democratic Conveniion for the Lu
zo ne cont.tr portion of tbe Tweiltn
0.u,grwhj')i,al District wa3 held here
this morning. J. H. 8 oyer, of
Wilkwbarre, was cnanimonsly nom
inated for Congrcs. Mr. iswoyer is
the largott individual coal operator in
in the nnthwviie, fild, and is very
pnpular ith a 1 classes. l-0'y eflort
as made to induce Mneter Workman
Powderly to accept the ncminatipn,
but without (ncjPbS, as h poeiiively
d. ciinod to take ai.y part iu politics
Chicago, Iil., August 81. Tbe
Bubconuuit ee uf the Smthweeteru
PtfBengcr Asociatioa met this morn
ing ana agreed upon a gross money
pool tu cortrol tbe Dtiain.Bi of
the aer-otuation line. Tn the after
noon the Committee of Managers met
od ccnat'Jered the report but tailed
in make much progress towards a eet-
tlemnt aa the Waiuh objected to the
ayetem by which the allotments of
biuiness to tbe roads are to be n ale.
The meeting will probabiy continue
WOmen at the Bottom of It.
Louihtillk. August 31. A Courier-
Jcwnc'special says tba wives of Mar
tin Duke and James Finn, brothers-in-law,
quarreled at Old Deposit. Ky.,
Saturday. The husbands fought
about the matter, and Duke shot and
killed Finn afer the latter had
whipped him. Duke ear aped.
Amaulted the Servant.
Naw Yobk, August 31 Judge
Churchill, of the Supreme Court, to
day appointed a gusrdian for Miss
Margaieths Eeser, that she might bring
aft action for 10,000 damages against
Henry Thieee, son of the well known
conceit hsll proprietor, for an alleged
crimiral assault. The young i.dy is
only 19 yea's of age, and was em
ployed as a domestic in Thiers' house
hold at tbe time of the assault.
"A niiKND iu need is a friend in
deed." r-uch a friend is Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrop, which should be In
every family. It coots only 25 cents.
Give it a tria".
THE R'PCKUCAVS, A XX 10 US
FuB A HOT CAMPAIGN.
Bob Tajlor's Lotlcr of Arcfpfance
Gcu. Quarles's Candidal' for
the State Senate.
Uncut, to tbs Arri.L.'
Kkoxvilik, Tknn., Auu-t 31
Ci atrium llcghes aaya he is willir g
w uo l i pair, towara mneiin iimani
piiga li.t and lntr rr-etitig. As t o
iWioe ra s prorx ae big t arDectus end
fi'.i'g ' f gune, he will trv 1 1 inert tliem
ui(ir thau haif stay., lid his a l.t of
th rty dittingu abed lpub.ioit
wr.om r e will luv.te to ienue e to
fire the popular heart. 11 aine, L eu,
a oraker, bnerman, rrye and :u:ter
woith Lead the liar.
QtJABLSSB CANDIDACY VjR KTB
The cwndidacy of Geo. W.
Quarlea for Kia-e Srnatjr in
CUri8vll'e District metts wiih
neaicy appro vei oi boo layiui s
Iiunds in t' ia soctiOD, and tbev w
aid hia amb tion for me Speakership
ol that b dy. II) as one r.f Taylor s
first eupportere, and it mould be a li -
ting honor tliat he eux'wd to the
Gavemonhip should his favotiU hi
called higher. McComeil and
Hughes are ttill in ft;i jn.
BOB TAYLORS LBtTKB OF ACCalTAKCB.
EsoiTtLLi, TiK , Ansust 23, 1SS6.
Ths Hon. T. M. -cConnell, Chulrioan, an J
Clcnueuiiiu uf the Loiuiaitleo:
I have the h nor to acknowledge
tbe r etiit ot yeur communuatinn oi
the 14ui iu'-tanr, informing ms of my
nomination to the oflto cf G rveroor
of Tenjieseee hy tne Dm'jcrg'.ic
Convention roooLt'y htild at Nai
ville. 1 accept tbe trnst, and
with it all the responsibilit'es
U at at'acb, and o.ily hope to man'feet
my appreciation of the distingutehed
honor thus conterred by loyiilty, zeal.
fidelity and devoted etfoit lor tbe
principles of Democracy and the
promotion of ttie. neiiaro of tbe
people of this gtet Stat0, and I
further accept the platform mude y
that convention es embodying sound
principled cf good government, as
tending to the establishment of peuce,
tianqutlity, hnppinofS aud prosperity
in ttie couutr;. In reference to ra
tional questions. I favor not only a
revival ot reepect for, but an enforced
o'redience to, the conetitu'ion of tbe
United htatrs, which in many it-
atinces has hsen gieviiusly viola ed
and trampled under f jot bv iht pa tv
recently expelled from piwtr. I (avor
a reiuru ti tud tir cie-Et ( OSMttjie
economy ia tho expend. tute o' public
money, ana srrenu jus.v oopoee ativ
and ad appropriations et ttieeauie for
ptrpasts not contemplated o.' war
ranted in the crins'ituu n. I i.iv.Drtlie
application cf the surplus iiind nov
ia the netionsl Tieasury to the rilno-
oo ot toe national c'e it. 1 favor.
most po itively n d ea-ns 'y, a ss
tni of univermd free educhtoi', unit
hrjliovH tliat snch a Bvet-m ia be
VtiBt. Auf 11 Ktlwtiu.l Hairl fa.'t.l llf
liit domain la regnr.l to the int ri al
miut 11 "Mwr-iTi..i uui J w .1 1 v lie u inii-
atTdrs of the SUte, I Ofp isu a a) stum
wuiCL DiliiirS crnvlut labor into com
petition with ti e fres a-d honset la
bor of our pnop'e. The party raving
declared in Lvor of tbe eubinitsioa to
the p'ople for their adoption
or rejection a iropoied jrfuenJmeat
t) the CJtiBtitu i rn inohibitir.g Ihn
manuf c ure and sale of in'oxicating
Illinois au a beverage in Tenmtiscu, I1
s'K uld ho enrriid cut In g o 1 (imii. I
lavor all pr.rper hgisla.ion and lgiti
mato moaeHooking t the riitouragc
ment of our indu-tres and the derel
opmutitnf our tatural rerouices. C in
gratulating tt e tmriy on the sef'e
mectcf tho many vexed qiiHstims
wliijh have hither m d.sturind iti har
mony, nrd ujvnthe cioeeqiieut letin
ion of 11 its iiifaaireeiug vleuin's, I
have tlw honor to be your olieiiieni
s. rvant, rout. i.. tayi.r.
Furniture Paclorjr Iluruid.
Baltimokb, Mi)., Angnt 31. Fire
(hi 1 inorting entirely iltstroyed tin
large four, sit ry furriitu e fkcirr ( f
Mr. Go."ge Bjik. en IIir.ii.rn s'ri'ct,
togfiher wit.t all its conter tH, b'oon
ar.d niitchintrc. Tie da magi is es i
mated at $.:'0,0(X, witleiut insu ante.
Boston, Mass., Angus" 31. N'i hrrlj
& FtiruBRO'th, exb-nsire dua'e s in
Bltoe manufar tnrerit' g.)ods, No. (18
Summers rett, have sui-paiuted. Tim
liabilities are heavy, but no cs'.i mutes
A It I Majority for Prohibition.
ISPIOIAL TO THS APPCAli.l
Bai.dwti, Mihs., Augnpt 31. -The
whita loamy of Ue ion gives 51'5 m
joriiy for prohibitioc.
Onb bottle of 8-dva'iort 01 can
change a frantic victim of rheumatism
into a dove of gen'ione a.
Niiilden Itriilh r Men. felporge II.
Farmisotox, Mars., Augift 31.
Brawet M. jor General G. B. Gi;r.J0't
died sndden'y of heart dis-'sso last
nigh', tved 61 years.
Ftnt in Iowa.
Ciiicaoi. Ill, Augtit 31. The
Journal's Beintetr, la., fpecial siys
ther as corsiderable frntt last r.L-U
in the low hinds, but that r 0 damogs
rt snv r.infioqnpiire rvcnr'e't
Notice to Contractors.
Qvrir BoiiD of I.itii CoMvtwitotins')
Ci.aManit.1, Coahoma County, Uma., V
Angn't 31, 1HW. J
bALttu t-iiufijaALH will be raceivea at
this office no to 12 m. Tnesday. bent. 14.
lHWl, for th followioc Ure work: A boat
l.HXyxjO yards aleog tba (root of theissoo
jUissistippi uella, Leon uirtrict.
Profiles and specifications can b s-ien,
and other iuforniatioa had eoonrnln tha
above work, at th oflineof X. U. liahney,
Chief BnginMr, 41 Madison street, ilem
Monds in one-fourth amount of contract
will b reaird, names of bondsmen to ac
company bids. A forfeit ol 3 rer cent, ra
quiro.l. Payments made monthly, rererr
icar ' 0 per cent.
Bid. nmnt be adilrersed tn tha nndcrslgnert
and indorsed "Propostls." Xb right to
reject any and a'l bids Is renerred. Tbe
work will ba let in sections of one mil or
lly order of the Biard.
it. K PAOE, Recretary.
I Is on (llcln rhllni)clph'.
i nt tlie Ni.wHiKtixT Ailvi-r
rinlllir AtrnrY tit Iti'Mir.
Ms rV. AVIft SON.uurautuurixul afcf
1 F IIP! m WWfK
cuts' Furnishing' Goods
229-231--233 MAIN STREET.
Preparatory to bniltlinar a Now Storehouse upon our lot on the corner ot Main and Jeflorson Sts.
w isnvei moved onr W HULKS. LE stoek to Iho Kitiicious warehousoH tieretol'oro known as th
Clay Uuiltling, 22!, 2:H and 2::J .Main Mreet, where wo will eontinuo our WHOLES A LK husiness
until the new house U completed. We have now more space and better tarilities tor dolus; bnsN
ues than we had in th onl store, and can assure our patrons and tho trade generally that we
are In a belter position to serve thorn than ever.
Our stocks are much larger than any we have ever had, and nearly all purchased before the
late advances were made in pricesan advantage that we have determined to at least share with
our customers Keniotiibcr, we guarantee the price ot every article wo sell to lie 11 low as it
can be bought Li the United States.
LEILA 6TOTT LODGE, 'o, 2S9,
F.A A.M. Will meet In niate.i S
commuoicntion thin lWDKSDY),r
evaninir. Sent. L-t. at ti o'clock, fur V
ar TrAlfimnllv invitflj.
urordor u. . cava.hauu, w.m.
Attnt: A. 9. MvitRR. Sccrptnrr.
the popular farorlta for dmwtnjr
Ui h&lr, liMUirltur oolor him
f:rmy, mild rcvuUii(r lximtmiT.,
t cIixaiuu tha KkJp. ftoiHs Uia
tudr I ailtitfr, ft nd 1m nuro U ploAW)
tV. am) SI.MAt1rtinr1''i.
ThMfwt. wrfrt and hent rnr for Corn. DunUmi, i
tojwall pnin. KiiKurM uonifrtrt Ui (hf fort, Ni-vr fat)
touro, lb ctmuat iJruegifta, liiwxij. ft Co., N, 1
Orrin Mkmi-ii:8 (Iab I.inur Ciiupaxy.)
M AUPilm. i
TOT order of the llonril ki Mrctori of ttin
I J Mnniiioiii Wits Light (.orxiiiM. nimttj
ulvfj. 1H10. a nietitinff o. tha Hue hnlilc-ii ol
id comtnr w culled to ! ntld on Mon-il-J.
1 Ol.ibnf 4. l'-Srt. kt tha i ffiria f ttie cini
y-t.Q Mciurhuia.r Jil 4i ,uOMn8;lrr .ctl
AH't npon a cnn'mtV lM ti liv itto llciirj ...
Directors with Imlnn Uittlr ol f-h lljy
coubtr, a copy ot vhnii i ont-no' tin been
rent br malt to oaoh k.ucithiilditr In lurihor
luriu nce of ii.iid nier of the Uoii'r), untie
of mii uieitinir if hereby given tothe iu o
holders ol ini'.l eomtiany, And they are 0A.ru
estlv reiiuevtod to be iroent. i.r lonil Liroxies
with their instructions . to the voting of
their stock ution this proiiotitioa to ecjei't
or rrjeot said contract.
Secretary of Mem i his Um Light Co,
tepleuiber J, lKHtV ;
GOLD liEBAL, PAUI8, lti78.
y W arrmiU'ti nhnolutrljpur
onoa, from which tlmeiceim of
OUliai beon rmi.ovu(l. UhtMihn
imtthe ttrtngth of Cocoo itilied
K-Ith Hurch, Arrowroot or Butfar,
irni U thurt-fore far mora erouonw
rul, coit ing !$$ than oncctnt a
tii. It ! d'.'llnlnut, nuurifhlnc,
iirrnrth'tilti(j, caallf dl(n(eJ,
uia adiutratly lid opt J forfnvnl-
m a well aa for pcriout hi huith.
Sold bf Vruorn fcrcrytrhero.
. BAKER & CO., Dortelcr, Mass.
Have nilrlnl llile aensnnafnll
liuaof UirniM r Urailcaof
m i ta bi.k ron
Jobbing and Supply Trade.
aW Catalogues mailed free to any address
on application to
ZELtNER & CO.
300 MAIN ST.
tTo Tnn rmitTh, Ttrmifhliii, Aftuiria. Indljwrtlon T LTI
ARklft8 TONIO wiliiM.ii dalrty. It iiu nin
muy of ttto wtirt rri- ani II Uw ttt-nfc rcinMiy fnr
ffvUmtt tJi thriMitand lunmt anil ilim-nwn nrtin
rtim imtmre lilrMxl an1 ciiiauntlon. Thefifldi" and h1c
tniKvlhia ftHliMt (llMtAM, atitl k lowly drlftliitf to tl
p-avo,Mlll fn tnrtcamnnfjfr thHlrbi-rtlth hy Utotltnc)
m of pAitKKH Tonk?, Iut di'luv I danfTuui. Tk
I ttm. Ciini wiu'n all Inn fail. Olviw n-w llfoaa
re ngth to tiio tftU auJiniirm. 1 t jlrmftfUU
DiJ.. B. L. LASKI,
l'bj.-iiclan, Stirron und Act onchpr,
KKSII'KNCK AND OFriCE,
SiT Kirnet, Senr I'nlin.
Telephone J'o. HI.
of buninaM. All M.M.'n' '
GENERAL I1BRMCE A6:
OFFICE Boom 1 (new) I'ottmi F.xc
Hrlti Rrltlari and "ler.
ranillo (nearly) fin. 00(1.00(1
Uuloa ui Calilorsila . l,U.t,Mb4
Amarloiiai Mnrrty l onipany,
All classes of property insured, fpeoinl
lew York Life
ivuik Ann eiTor'K
, S. I Oof.
. f.. .VfUOtVAN
Whole-aid Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Hi'iiIorM la Levee mid Itiiilroiid .Supplier,
No. 274 Front Street Memphis. Tonncsee..
I. It. GODWIN, Treg't. J. . UOODHaV
Z3o at, rcrT of Ulraotora.
J. M. (100UBAK.
W. H. DKUC'IC.
3K M. NKLH0N, T. B. H1MH,
Lm. BMITH, OUARI.KS Kl'KT. .
W. n. WILiKKIUItm. n. 1. 'JUfllH,
JOHN AKMITKAD. C. D. 1IKYAN.
art UrpiMlaury nf tha (Mate) of T.saei. Trasiaacfa
Ba.inns and sjlvaa Hpreilnl
PAID UP CAPITAL, : : :
WM. KATZIi.M!EK(K! rnl.lcnt.
III10I I 111!
Dry Goods, lotions, Ik
GENTLEMEN'S F0PJJISHE18 GOODS,
Nos. 326 and 328 Main St., MoaiphiCTonn.
rttrit )TO'K or TAI.I. AW WltTF.tt (lOltM I.J I, A It OKU AXIs Mtlig
CUM PI, K IK TIMS IV tn HKOK at, nndcur prioos will oompar with thus of any tout
la lb United Btatei. W ar Aient. tor
Teusruea Jlanur.ctarlog Co.'s FUiia, Drllln, Mhovtlntr, Hhlrtluy, Etc,
' I-.T3TVt3VIOrjr HO 3-i.XjsH.
And Commission Merchir
Wo. 34 and 3G UTiulUon fttrr
rates lo tho
rho rllr tn try It.
hange JJullillnif. Ttdopboue 09
PqnHnhl nT FTanlivlllo ...$ lT.r
liiialii of itiM.ivill... lra,eBti
lliela ut I1riftl(trn (Ma
rln I)opartinenti ,lO,4a)
Hilhlosi nail of Nnr-(yr.llt.
Atteutlon giren to insuring Couutry Btarat,
.... ' -.! Mm
4 ) putts ! -:
0. Mcl'AiirJ. '
an m ho.
Vlco-Preg't. C. II. BALE, Cuhleiv
Vf. V. Ul'NAVAjn
R. J. BLAClt,
li. K. cor KIN,
A ur uiuiujiu
AUasstlena Us tlollSMUwatn.'aks
M. II. KATZEMtEIUJEU. Vice ITts't
.!'T THE BUm.'