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THE COTTON CROP.
A LARGER PROPORTION OF THE
Usual Subject t Serious Disaster
From au Early Fall The
The W.cw'n? is the rVtrn crop re
ps.t of Me ars. Richard II.-Allen &
Co., of New Ytrk, fur August:
Til ; rowing Cotion Crop.
New Yowr, Ansti-t 3'J. From re
plies to Intum of inquiry shutout to
tvtry county in tuo cotton wit we
Kn'hsr the following ea to tba growinsj
cro whit h " en'Miii" t, the eonaid
eraion tt our f i nils. ;
Taeie ws a tli.ht iucreaHe in acre
RRO west of the MiiMSiippi, which wrs
eaieequer.t:y mor thai offnt ry tl.;e
iiuinb- r of cfe'aba.'Oo:u'd ia L-iuii-i-ana
and the S:ttfs easi of tbe M sait
eippi. Hinting ia tne greater part rf
the Miasi eippi valky was regarded
about to wi ens hy heavy rains and
in a considerable put of it by over
flow, and this lo time hes cot been
recovered. Pawing was otherwise
XA8, ARKANSAS AND INDIAN TillBI
IOHY. IaTtx s early cond tions were very
favorahl?. It ai a litt e dry in some
sections in April aod May, raaslng
part of the to-l to lie ia tue groond
aoiinant nnul June, and thn comtnn
np, to form a late crop. Hairs vrre
from the beaimicg ot the svason defi
cient in the Wtstaidi special y in the
Nai th at, though theie waisoflicient
moktire to keep th planthtatby
an.lslowlv srowi'ic- In tne grtater
part of the Stati the weither of June
und the first half if July ws mos- fa
voiablo, end cu't vaibn kept raca
with it. Tha plant wts vigorous and
hea thy, and was insfactcrlly fruit
inir. Hairs (esed about the middle
of July and, wLi e the p'ait did not
suffer up to Atieuat lat, it was then
needing raio. Dry, htt ainds, luting
from two to three week", striking it at
this c it'cil juncture, suddenly ar
. rested fjr tuat length cf limetbe
prowih and development of the p'ant.
While time have been partial rains
8:nce the 20th ioslant in lor-alitiea and
the tempeiature hue sightly de
clined, conditions hive ben little
improved. Comiderb"e shedding and
mst are reported. The plant having
baen checked in its giowin and great
ly damageJ, has taken oa little or no
fru't in August. Where ra ns have
' fallen there will te stms late fruit, es
pec'aly on the late cotton; bit the
1 "b atom cr jp," made ely in tbe sea
eofl, will toast tt. to the bulk of b'te
TexPBerop. A tto men the gult coast
on the SO'.n'ir slant, ruined the mp in
tUt locality-, but. it is a small factor
in the atgr-gAte rasult. The yield of
tbis 8:ate promisee to very little )rjm
laft yeai'a. '
lu Aikirsai and the Indisn Terri
tory similnr ooidit'ona huve prevailed,
with s!iaht tar ations, as. in Texes.
Tt ey havo ruflVrod le-s (r im dioiith.
In A'kans.s planting wis delayed by
ovifl iws in Dor ions of the river bot
tom, making crops i a ihese localities
on an average i.int two weeas laxe.
The rjlant on thetaadv lands has bs?n
g'eat'y damaged by tirontb, end little
uiote !S exprmd nf it; wallo the low
lsr.de, especially from fie Arkansw
river uoith, uniler tan muuence 01 io
tent rainp, indicate a very tieavy crop".
' ArkuniuB and tha Indian Territory
promi-iP, with a lute fall, an iccr?aied
yield of 10 1 20 pi r cent, over la?t year.
LOl'IcIANA AND TUB STATES EAST OF
TEE MISSISSIPPI KIVEB.
Up t) Jul? lt I hs r J is wera ex
cessive in the ie St'teamd loatiniied
- cm r moat ol tVB st ction to tho middle
nf .Tnlv. caii'-inc uiui-h darance.
The IjwIimh wtre uionod out,
and proper colli va'.ion was eene-ally
impjstiljte. lflie w.'B mucn irj lry
from eia-s and weei'B, and consider'
i able land w. s aba don-d. The staeds
were thinned iu fieeil'wt to extirpate
t'legrea?. The p a it wts left gen
' ralir small and ruupv. and tha cou-
. ftuinti was nDvthirer but erialactry.
TOeeeasm sucseedmg this period of
' rain, while reported by many as favor
able, wss in the main too hot and dry,
extending well into August, arid for
V limited venad aswmiag trie propor
tions of a droutn, ciusing mm n eaeoi
riinw of the Jnlv Irait.
Ia tbe Cirolinas and Ge'rg a the
aandv toils esneclally arm-red, being
gsnerally remarked on as promising
very poor lesunn. inn uiojr iauii3,
whare nrorerlv cal ivateJ, have stood
the adverse soasonsbtt'.er.aud, though
greatly reUrdod, show nkd im
provement of late and are now doing
well, taking on f uit heavi!y in August
uid with a late fivoatde mat on,
Dromisino: afuryUld. Uwnxto ex-
piv mini and low temperature
there was comparatively little fruit
, taken on up to tue last ol Ju y, ana
tho hnhflpnuout sheddine of a larxe
portion ol this through toe icll ience
of tre iliy, het wo&tn-r eu iceniy ioi
lowimr the rainv period, leaves us do
P:ndfnt almost eiitiroly oa tho' fruit
made after August ln, and whilB', the e
hes butn an nm Biia ly heavy fruitage
in Augubt it is hrrd to aoe'oii'pl sa two
inpntlia work in tbut.f ;avs. the
cop is reported ftom tea d-iys to four
wetki lat, m st of it averaging two
to thrje we la'e. Aaeuming
a favorable aud very late I.J1,
a t mall number report the-promised
vield b-t'er trran lastyra'; many ex-
puct about as much as latt year, but
tne greier mini) r, iiimig j iijohuk
srrratlv enconraijed by the rapiel iin-
p-ovemeut maJe in August, despair of
obta'n ng last yper's yield. Much
damage u fe: red tr .m wornia in maoy
lccaliiiis. Tuev lave npDeard in
Boaie places. b'U slight duuiaue is yet
reported. Ttnnrsjee aod adjo'ning
sections of ether S.at?s repori toe bet
Referring to Let year's crop, jnrt
mirketael, onr tstincate, baed on re
plies from our correspondent? made io
our circular letter Augnit 28tb, 1885,
read : " With favorable conditions, the
most important of which is a late fall,
the yield will possibly be about 6,000,
Coocloding, we desire to call your
attention especially to tbe fact that a
ltrger proportion of this crop than
usuil is subject to reriou-t disaater
from an e;r!y frost. "With an axcep
tionallv I favorable fail (we regard
0 250,000 a potsibihy; with an un
favorable s'sson the cr. p may fall
considerably under 6,000,0u0 biles.
Extraardinnry HrllKonk Madaea.
London Gkbt: A painful case of re
ligious madness is reported by a Paris
correspondent ts have just taken place
in the llautes Alpes, near Briancon.
Two sisters, named Marie and Cathe
rine Oleguer, ayed respectively 47 and
45, lived there oa a little property
which they had inherited. Taey had
" !s- a mm of 40,000 francs, which
wss well invited. They were
noted for the r piety, and both had a
profound belief in muscles and the
enperaalnral. t-ast Mo.iday morning
Catherine told Marie that she had han
a vision in the n ght, ia which God
appeared to ber and demanded a proof
of ner obedience in sacrificing hrr tdr
tor. Marie ledt herself to tbe idea,
which did not appear ti ber
at all straoge. So, afier devoudy
hearing masi on luesday murn
ing, she came home to prepare
herself to be a tacritice. CVh.rce
got a sharp razor aod cut with it into
each of tbe arms in fr nt of ths oUow
aod into the iaEtep of eaeh foot. The
victim kept lepeaduK, "Jisn, Marif,
my hope, my Savior!'' Citberine
then collected the blood, io dry it
and keep it as a relic. When
Marie was lifeless, her sister dre sed
the corrse in whito, and weat with
the will of the delimit ti a noUry,
to whom she related what she hal
done, fehe a'so sa;d thst in obadince
to God's ruannand sha hi J burned a'.l
the debntures and scrip blor.g'inu to
her sister. The number of thse hid
been. bowver. bivbd to the notary bv
Merie. Catherine ba bo-n nrreated,
and w-11 be eubiected to au examina-
tioo by doctors a ho make lunacy a
Ihe Formal Oaenlnit of I he IiiHllm-
tlou I.aat hmnrdnjr.
lOOBBIBPOKDllXCI Of TBI APFIAL.l
Ixio sviLLH. Kv . August 31 At 12
o'clock Sat'irday the Eipo-iitiou balls
eet forth a joyous peat and the gtea
were one mora thrown open io toe
public. If undreds of people bad as
sembled outside of tha budding,
aoxiously availing the opening taw-
ciees nf ine tjurth euasonot oar taaae
trial Eiposition. Tbe whole ci y had
put on ber holiday at lire, while the
tnitide of the building waa profua-ly
decratd with bunting and tlag. Co".
C. W. P. B eck nriJge, of Kentucky,
w-s the orator ot the uay, and no abler
represeiitat.va couid hav ben chos
en. Louiivil.e ba had bat tvo few
oppoituoities to h-ar the Colonel, and
it ib certain bis effor s were appreciat
ed, as Mos c Hall was p.cftd ti Bull -
cation, lhe exhib ti wera mora com
plete than ever before oa the
opening day. Duoctor Dyaa roach ar
rived from New Yc.rk F.iday nigtit
with bis orchestra of sixtv-nve pie es.
The Prjfeesor is highly elitd in tie
change tha", has b cn wrought ia Mu
sic 1111, as now the tin put chorda of
music ran be d-s inntty heard in any
part of tho ba. Of ah the features of
the exposition, none appeal sost'ongly
to the public ai the coicert. ite
music is well selected, biing light but
not trifling. Prof. Damre sea tai spent
the p st summer abroad, where he has
had the best opportunities for hearing
on'y tbe fioeat music. He says he
comes prepared to givo Liuisvillea
series of concer.s such as has never
been heard here hefors for a corre
sponding length of tuirty days. If
tne expedition did nothing elsa for
Louisville it bat caitiinly btcn the
means of establishing a thorough love
and apprc a'on ol good mus ii. In
my next I will speak of the Art G J
lery aud some of the many exbilvts.
A. 13. .
FORTY YK.UH IXStSE.
LKclltue of JMHduciia I'auvpil by
a Broken EniciiKemcui.
Lowell (Mass.) spial: Willard
Pierce, who die I at the piorhome at
Tyrg borough, a small town a few
mi'.oi from tu.s city, was a man idth a
etrango aod romaatic history. At th
time of his duath he was 0:1 years of
ago and had been in s di ary confine
ment for upward of forty years. The
toll in which - he htd. spent al
most his entire Lie was but eight
feet square. He was violently iueaue,
and tut years bU food had been passed
in ti him through the grating. He'dom
durieg all those weary yours wat he
even eeen in aoy otier pition than
sitting oa a low sto'd in one corner of
hiB cell, wnh h s ,h?ttd buiiol
iu bis hands. If oi,turbed he
would growl and map at thu
iotrudtr much the same ai a do
might do. His hair had prowu to au
extraoidinary l?n'h. I: linns? in
ma'ted blacK locki far down on
his shou'ders, f r despite hisagiii
bd not changed color. li s hands,
from long confinement, and the man
ner in which h-s nailB weie allowed
t j grow, bad a cl.-sa reeemblnn- e to
the ta'ons of, a monsirouB bird. Pierce
waa a gradagte of Harvard Univer
sity, who had ranked high in his
class. Ha was a young mau of much
promise. ! Aftr grdua'.irg, b,ifg
obliged to make hie own way in the
world, be secured a titua iun to to.ch
the district school at Tyngsborouh.
While there he fell deeply in love
with a haodioma young lady, the
acknowledged belle of the placo.
She returned Lii affection, and in
course of time the conple wero en
gaged to be married. Pierce short y
a'terward removed to l'li.ladelphla.
lio wai suddenly stiuck down by
sickness, Lis money dwindled away,
and he rtturnei to Tyngaboroiuh
onlyti find that his allUccad had
been uotiueti him. The shock was
ro grsat that he lost his reaton. Ilia
falni love went to New Yirkaathe
wife of a Wallt.-eet brokr, while he
dragged out forty years of m serablo
Brewers on n Strike,
St. Louis, Mo , September 1. Sev
ern! days agj a murder ol breweries
net Tied thir employe" that they must
withdraw f om the It-ewer..' Uuop
unlets that order withdrew tbeloy
cott in force against several breweries.
The men demnndel that this notice bo
rescinded, and meeti g with a refusal
abous 100 employes iu the smaller
breweries walked out this raornirjg.
The Btrikers will hild a meeting to
night, and cluim tha. t jmnrow 500 or
U) men will be oat. The brewerj,
however, anticipate no further trouble.
Even ir Ton Bay a Doaen
eommon poroui platr whioh you can et
for a ong at any f the Cheap John aruit
gisti you hava morely thrown away your
monoy, f.rooe Benson't Capcine rlaetnr H
worth them all. The roaon u tbie : Ben
ion's It the only poroui planter in tba marKet
that ia honeitly and skilllully made and oi
entifically medicated. Othera are no "ore
tban nominal imitations of Eenson a. lnoy
'are cheap becauae they pofeaa nonaot the
inredient which render Benaon valua
ble. Tha lattr are promptto jot, pleaa
... a w..r .na ir In a lew hours ail
ments which othera will not even relieve.
The public are eepecially warned ai einat ao
oalled "Capaioin," "Capaioum." "Caru
ein," or "Capaicine " plaateri. aa worthleaa
articlea Intended to deceive. Aak lor Ben
son's, and look lor tba " Three Seala" trade
mark and lhe word " Capcine out in the
Fatal Bolter KmploIos.
Albany, N. Y., September 2.-Oa
the farm of Ratger Vanderburgh, in
the town of North Giveobusb, ih'ee
mllea north of Batb, at 7 o'clock tins
morning tha boiler of a stam thrash
ing machine exploded and caused tbe
death of David Phillip, the owner
and engineer, and of Archie H?nkle,
of Bath. Mertie De Forett, a boy, re
ceived fatal injuries, and a farm la
borer named Ltvingt-ne an 1 Rutger
N. Vanderburgh were more or lata
Lamar In poaeemlon,
SavanHah. Ga , Sjpt. 2. Potsl In
spect' r W. W. S mpson of At atita, to
day ejected A. ". Wilson from the
P 'Stellioe and p'aced Caot. G. W. La
mar in possesion. Wilson was su
pended f t offensive pa'tisanship.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 18M.
lOMl! FOR CONGRESS.
HOW THE JUDGE IS REGARDED
Constituency of the Secuud District
Ills f-electlou an An
- cotnts?oxnt!c or tui apfkal.I
Hrrhasp i, Miss., Seiil. 2.
To tba Edltori ot tne Aii.il :
I eaw in the Avalanche of the 29. h
ul. the ait clo over tha aignature of
one Marceilus, prttendiug to report
the Bpecch of Jude Morgau, deliver, d
at Byhalia, Miss., on 'the niiht of
August 231. I readwuh pleasure tbe
"card of co rf ction" by Jadi(u Mortn
iu the Aei'KAi. ard the Avalanclie of
tne 31 st u t. If tha people c f the See
oudDhtictof Misi'slppi cculdgive
any hade of credit to thoe statt-meuta
of Mar.'O'llus, tj which publ c atteutic n
is called in thocard of Jndgd Moraa-i,
soma injury m'giit leault to onr C.iu
grosiio al oand.date iu this district. I
do not fl that the a Jd article, offered
tlirongU he jlvafanWin, really needs
funhe-r notice taan it ha so aptly re
ceived at lhe hands of Judg Morgan;
but, when manifest injont'o ia at
tmptel toward him by making pala
blo, wilful and slanderous misrepre
sentation) for the sole purple of do ng
him au unditrrd Injury, it
is not an eaay matter for
one who bai known bim loLg
and well to remain altogether eilent,
especial y siaca tbe thrasi is made not
oalv dire tly at Jadge Morgan, but
indirectly also at ihe Democrat. c
party, and intended to further ihe in
tarr b; of Gen. Chalmers.
I do not suppo theto is a decent
voter in ihe Kecood District who
wtoald have believed t b-i true the
statement) refaired t-, even if tbey
bai lien permitted to go entiiely uu
coulridictec'. 1 verituie to Bay no
man who kroffs Juige Morgau, or
who is a fiiend to the Democratic
party, aad therefoie to the cause of
good government, would a tach any
credit to such ttatsments.even though
they should ba deliverod under oa'h
by this Marceilus until Lis load
Should grow as gray a a ratV. The
writer hai known Judge Morgan per
sonally, intimately and colli Jen tully
fer qui e a numh?r of yeans, and
never h-B he known him to utlersuch
sontimsntp, either publicly or pii
va'e y, but bis viewB and exprrsaions
hava always been stiict'y to the con
trary. Ii ia u i, fair, nay, cowardly, in
any man, he of whatever political
sentiment or demom' nation, to wil'
fully misrepresent even his political
eaemy; and it ia bad policy, too. be:
cauw when the teal truth is msdo
known he signs ly faila to do the de
eded injury but advances the cause cf
his enemy. Let me reaesert through
ti e medium of the Appeal that the
candidacy of Judge Morgan is indorsed
by die ptople of this district t ) the
f-xtent that he will bo returned to the
Filtioth Oongrtfls of tho United Slates
by en increased majjrity, notwith
stand ng the occiwi iual would be at
tacks mds upon him by a few eopper
headid -'tjp waters," and the mighty
Rtriiirule of Mississippi's Mahon. .
Th ga'lant Dem crala and tbe other
good people ot the district Dave un
boundad faith in the kbliity and intes
rityof thoir candidate. In tbe dark
and deAnrate atrutftrlo of 1875-7(5,
when a Rid sea cf Radicalism sur
rounded us on every side, it wa the
brv, horcie and noble aiurgan,
ba kad bv otheis. Who led ns to vic
tory, and this people w ill take car of
the matter of his re-election in Nc
vembernext. I am proud ti be able
to f.8-tire you of the tne that tho Hon.
J. K Morgan will bo re-electd to C.oo-
itre-a with many balti ta to spue,
though a fnw mm with white lao-ss
ma continuo to "ic'." ar.d cait their
votes for a political rondo-script who
repr;-f,euta aiarcsly more than himsolf
and tbe political slop of the ditr'ct.
t'linlmera nt Oxford.
IcoBBiapo'inaNca oe Tits iitiil.I
Oxi'ord, Misa., September 1. Gen.
James R. Chalmers, tbe iiidoper.drfnt
candidate for Ciugreaa f;ir the Second
Congressional District, s.okehere to
day to quite a latga and attentive au
dience. He begau by expreeairg bis
regrets that Judge Morgan, tho Demo
cratic nominee, had refused to meet
ibim in jo.nt delate ia declining the
political issncS of tho day.
He qioted a Holly Springs paper as
havin sii that Morgan would be pie
for Chalmers. He eaid that if Mor
gan waa his pie he would kke him
nrithnnf nv-riin nr oirpirjr. But the
J ' I J n -
speaker went on to promisOi that it
Judge Morgan would meet bim that
he (Uhaimera; would nanuie mm as
gently m a mother would her helpless
bate. Iteeemstlut lie li s adopted
tha method of ruiiunle in his cuorts
to force Judge Morgaa on the ttump
Ti.n unaatrar innijtnil III. (nmo lencth
that Judge Morgaa was sot the cioic9
ol tlie ueniocratic pa:ry ; i:iiiuiuaj n;"
nuc.Ttlii ,iAV.r rnnvHlieil. and Bf.id
the socalled cooventinn that put
Judge Morgaa in tho n id wcreomy a
c "rporal's guard of a few macbinn ol
itiiuiiP, who were po sinal friend of
Morgan. Ot course the people i f this
di.s'.r.c', aud every win re ii'm, know
ham v thnn tlila hill . f lii 4 is mi'v bv
the way wearereportirgUon.Chaimeis
cow. ui natioi ai pounce iib yi as up
posed to tho ol'-ouiaig.riuo bill aid
..-aa omnlmrlml'v in favor of frne
coinie of eilver, on both of which he
claimed he diUereit w:ui juai?e ior
gan, as also on the labor question. Us
HonluHiliiii In onr wnmad to raise
the c dor line, and comrared bb aj
tiona to that of Judge Morgan when
the 1500 negroes bad taken the town
of Auatin, an account of which has
been published. That is Gen. Cual
mer's side of it at leaet. On State pol
it c 1-ia speech wai a rehash of
Burkitt'a Senatorial copperas breeches
aud wool bat letters that since their
publication Lave gone the rounds In
the form of a pamphlet. He attacks
Gov. Lowry'a adminiBiralion on the
. . 1
Governor a persotini recora oa we
penitentiary muddle, the contingent
l-A tho Afarlrlinn TnaAnn Anvlum
trouble, the Lowry Island "eteal," as
be stigmatizod it, also nia cnnneciiou
with tha achool fund of Rankin coonty.
He quoted aome adroitly managed
fUures to show that tbe State waa in a
worae condition financially that dur
ing Ames'B regime, compared Mlsis
gippi in "her ruined political condi
tion" to Greece in ber ruin, and
quoted Byron to some extent.
lis ended by pointing to bia record
as a soldier and defied anyone to point
out a blemish on tbat.
Ha speaks at Taylor's depot tomor
row." Laf jyetie is sure to give Morg-tn
a rooBlog m8jority. . sue.
Bybaccsk, N. Y, Sept 2.-The
wholesale stores of J A 1. B. Garrett,
ta'opa in t anprnnrt nrintinf? materials.
wrre burned out this af ernoon. Logs
150,000, well insured.
' firm (nr rntflloffnA of thft Memnhll
Ho pital Medical College before at
tending lectures elsewhere.
a . .y. -.. mv one neeoa to oae enaa
nn( loots. IKO.N iM nj almwpkr.
(uaao'a maoripuuii Um Uum who n" IwUoaw aa.
For WrnUnc,l niiiifl;. j nck of
l-'lllTKV, rli-H tl IlAf N )t Al., and u
th iiiily Inm mndlclne thai is not tniuriuua.
It tturlrfcra lhe lllood, Invlr.ornMw I ho
ryaieiu, Komort-a API"-""' AW IIijii-hIIoiiJ
It done not blat-kon ur injure the Kx'tli. caim henil-1
ao!orpruJni'ni.tjl' I"1" nii"-t.li
Db. O. II. BiNKUtI, a leadinc phjriciin ol Bpriii:-
"hiwiVii'lnIoBltter 1" a t bnrc!hlT rood niwll- ;
elna. 1 nte It in m,v practloe. anil mid it anum -cU
all ot ii tonui. uf irjn. In whIjii., .ir a hut .-. -n.
diliim if UieunUim. llniwn'e Inm Iliiitw w ysiiilhr
a iwnitite Moowgly. H l all Uit in cluniod dir it."
Da. W N. WlTIR. 1JI9 Tliirlj-Kiomicl Klnwt,
tha rimw o lha a. Notlilna Mtw. h irota
apialiui, (ina alrauath and imuruvus disesUuu."
Oonnlne hua abnrBTrada Mark and mM rd Hnea
outtranuw. Take noolhcr. MuLonly liy
Bkown t ut MKiALtio., UtLTiaoite; 11a
(Successors to Gckerly, Stone A Co.)
ALSO, AOESTS FOtt THE
WINS1IIP COTT0S GIN
268 Front Street, Memphis.
Forty Fears a Sufferer from ,
W9NCERFUL TO RELATE I
"FOR FORTY YEARS I have been a vtt
tlm to CATAUHU tlirro-fourma nf the time
i anSerJr 7roin KXttKUOMTlNU I'AIN.S
AOROSS MY fOKKHKAU AND MY MOS
TUILS. The diaoharitea were an oflcnaiva
that 1 heaiiate to mention it.exoet't lor the
Ituod it may do loma other auliurer. I hnvo
aient a yonna Irrtuno from my earninaa
durin tuy forty years or mffurlnn to obtain
reliot from tho doctors. I h ive tried patent,
nieiiioinoa every one I could lenrn of-lrom
tbe lour cornera of the earth, with no rohei.
And AT LAST t'i7 ycara of are) hnyo met
with a reaieiiy that haa enred me entirely
made me a new man. J weighed li!Hnunde,
and now weich H'. t ud thirteen bottles
of the medioioe, and the only lerret l have
ia, that t.eina in the humble wa.iks of lite I
may not have influence m iceviiil on all ca
tarrh suBorers to uie what has cuied me
UuIuu'b Tloneer Ubiod Reitower.
' I1KNKY OUKVHP,
"No. OTlSecnJatrael, Mar.oa.da."
"Mr. Tleni-y Ch'i. tha wrltar cf the
anove, formerly of Crwfr J oanly.'now of
Macon, Oa., rooms the conideiioe of ad tn
toreatod in catarrh. , ,v-A-''i, F'
" Kx-.Mayor of Macon."
FLESH PRODUCtRti TONIC
Gainu'a rioneer lllnml Rmiewer.
Cures all Blood and Skin Dineaea, Khouma
tim, Scrolula, Old Korea. A perleot brnna
Modicine. , . ,
It not io your markt, it will be forwarded
on recoiptol orioo. Biua',1 bottles, II, larne,
K'ay on Blood and Bkin Diseases mailed
aAOOBl JKUIV1NK I'OSIFANT.
A "I'liSITlVki CntK Olt
.9 r;nnatl nation
V Sick Headache
linR : (!nn to two t'impoufiltai.
(1,-llllillO ('HAH UHCIIABO MAMS In
n-uli-l luirkiim-a ut VK. unit 23o. o
Ki-iiuiliebalUaiild la bulk.
Crah Orchard Water Co., Prop rl.
t ....!. -nil. K
st i & mi
Removed to 3G3 Front St.,
Between Monroe and Madison, Nearly
Theooly perfect tubatltuta tut Moheia
milk. InTuluabie in Cholera Inriintum
anil Teething. A prllK-.ol rood for Dyar
Peptlcs, Conumptlea, Convaleacenta.
rrreot untrlaut In U WaatlnK piseaeea,
Rqalrea do txiokloa. Cur liook. The Cara
and reeding or Infanta, maiioo ne.
THilihB B, OOOOAI.a A CO.. awtim. V.
-Engine and Boiler.
HORSE POWrUt-Xoarlyna". Aire,
amnkenta-k. heltina. nulli yr. Shalt-
ina. toola. .te.-M-J VWAN A CO.
The Planters Fire ami Marino Insurance! Co.
OF . KM Fill".
Hire IB I'onspany'a llulldlnc. X. 41 MailNoa tlireet, Meniihia, Trnn.
D. T. PTEB, Prew. I . nVCKTOX. Jr., Tlee-Frea. I J. II. NHlTH.Nec'y
K. II. Ill Vl' H, AMWIanl Nrrrelarr.
UIKFt'roiti-S I1.KKOOKS.oi llmokt, !Wy A Cn.i R. L.OnFFlN. ofDil'arJ A Coffin;
11. I. fVH I'FR, nf l'ottrr A Macrae: JOH" OV'KltlON. Jr., .1. C. MII.lS, J. R.
O'ODWlh, of J. K. (in.lwin A Co.; J Jt. (Ji.oDBA R.of Uoodbar A Co.!
.1. VI. PHILLllVS. UAKDWIu) PKKKS
t'orauM-ni-tU tin. iui ta in hi.;. ! a I'aul, ver Hair a S llllon.
Iimi-IIIiik l'irrlHll.r I'eoirrd.
Atsi RepresfnU the Sphimii hi i l'nie.of tprinalitld, Mass. i Oeoboi tloiia Ijish baki s
Cumi'asv: .Viii itain f iTv.o' Chal'aunoca, 'lenn.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
J, T. FAKwASOX.
C. 0. Bill!.
H A.Jt kM Tfl U.- a Ml faaJ Br 'Jl
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factory
XC9 Froiat Strfret, UoiaplxU, Ton at
0tta eonslf red to as will hare our eareral attention. We carry at all times a wall-
seletud itoak ot
Stipla L Fancy G roceriss, Winds, Liqusrsjobuen & Cigartv
lad will l ow a
w. r no ii ut'.
A. AGARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Noa. 278 AKD 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
LIVERMORE FOUNDRY ANDMACHINE COMY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKI't'iwHo 174 Adams St., SlempUi
CaatliiK, mr, t ., , -'rfjf :,.,... A.m
tnn.miln, .U-3 iVLf ft B tfSLfy -""-
IKON & RAIUVAI SUPPLY
a . I. .1,:. I. ..
n i u .1. ii.
asr-Wrl na fur itifffmati'in nn lV '
DKceesaora to FOQTEIt, TAYL0B CO.i
' " ' 1 , 1 ' 'AMD ' 1
WO. JOO FROltfT STREET, t t MEM'PHW. TENN
J. A. BAILEYw
J. A. BAILEY & CO.,
SiSa .meebnil Ntrcct, HIcinitlilN.
A !rCT' flwa". a . K te
Uli I cnMTAIME-ft.
iBBiLsLi a urn I
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
' Front St., Memphis?, TKua
Cotton Factors, Commission Blercbants,
isio. 118 antli Slain at.e SU. Jtml.
Manufacturer of Alabama .Lime,
1 1 AND DEALER IN
storm rirr.. KSTfA KTr"
culms kxf i iyHYy. if31
TlaLK. iw VlAV, '
852 PBOgT HTPBTTT. MEMPHIS TENW.
Jaka i. alllvaai.
7bolcaale Oroore Cotton ITatora
And Conmisslsn Merchant:,
232 anS 234 Front Si:, HeepMs, Ste
lnwni aiai am jicrrcauaoei.
it, t W JlTllIITdeTnteshllw1ioletlmelotheweliihlnf and sale of til CottCB aatrMte
IIX. SsKAIBJWoim n w w J Washington strewt.
R. A. PARKIR. I. L. WOOMO:
. l. noiiiiici:.
"DUrt, fZii and Sl!8 StMOnd St.
., I Irv .I.illS- M AVlHlIIE.l
, . v . .... - - .
IIIVH m is.rline
ii. E. WITT.
0. W. TOMLIN: WM. BE'lJCb.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlis & Eenjss,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer sreelal Indueements In Open Tlnrsioa
of our own inako, at I'rti roirburtiee of
our own make, at II2II. All work war
ranted. Call bekireyoa buy.
a- Harlni dlatrae4 ef onr entire stoek of
Vehlolos and te Mannfaoturln : pepari
,,Dt to Meaara. TOMLIN A Bh.NJKS. we
bsspeak for them a oontinnance of Ut
pa'.ronaee so lonr exteauea to
II AI U and F1IIE UltICK, Etc
rtaae. t'le-fJl. U. . Olas k.
WILL he opened Jane 1st. This noted
waterina-ilace ia sitnnted six miles
from A-', to a Furnace, on the Nattnilla and
Taaralooaa railroad, in Hickman eoonty
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at Avtna
and will convey fuetu to sprints at a very
liottrrt, 8JO Per Mualtet l Her iaa.
. N,-rll Kalra la iullleu.
We invite all who wiah to aiend the most
nleaaant aeaion of their lirea to come to
bearerJnin, eaierially seekers of pleasure
and health. Uood water and pure air in
Liverymen, Centrevllle, Tenn.
?jLAjJ)J?A?'-L;Lr" l''r C'eiitreTille Hotel.
(2 KAN l IIOI Al.l'n NfRIKUf),
Kockbridt-e Co., Va. lliab np in the
Virginia uiounluina. lMctureague surround
inaa, pxlenaivo and beautilully ahailed lawn.
Una, elei'irio bella, and all modorn imiirore
nientv. Two daily nr ila, poat, telegraph and
exproM oQcea on the premiiea. Table tbe
very belt. Luxuriously furniabed rooms)
sui erb band of tuiuio. KenJ for illuatratea
muiphlet, Chnuei modern-o. Vnlorvis
ltnrr,.lune ljth. H.ifirt: Alum, Cknlyheal
mil fiwinii,. P.T Wfl.lAhiiN Mao'rf. -
AiiionstliH Northern Lakffi
of W laconain, Minneaota and Iowa, are hnn
dreila of iloliithUiil plucea where one run pass
tha auunnrr inonthi in iiuiet rent aaii enioy
ment, and return home al lbs end of the
heated term comulrlely rojurenaied. Each
recurrinc snaaun brinvs to Ocnniimowoo
VVaukenha, Heaver Pain, Kmntenao, Uko
boji, Minnotonka, White lleur, and fnnn
meralilo other clinnuina loonliiioa with ro
mantio namti, tbouaanda of our beat people
whoae winter hutnea are on either aide of Ida
sun and Dixon's line. Kleannre and com
fort, at a nioiiorate eoat,canbe readily ob
tained. A Hat ol summer hoo.au, with all
neneaaary informa ion pertnipinK thereto, it
being distributed hy tbe Chioaoo. Wh.wio
III inn bT. I'm I. Kail. war, nnd will b.ent
free unnn applicatii n by letter to A. V. II.
Carpenter, Ucuerul i'ataoiser Agent, Mil
Crab Orchard Springs,
T INC0LN COUNTV.KV.-Theexfellen
J.Jof tba ctii'tne. and !tfrtmii(diituin char-
teriti n thii hotel iluriri th pnt thiM
Tear., ahnll be hilly lumi.Uined Ibil noa.on.
KxtMirxion tiokctt. to tba tSprinen by the L.
mill N. Knilwajr nra kooJ t iu Louiivilla, both
gointr and ralurDinw, to irocoad on Urpttraia
moceetl'tiir Hrrival in Luuir-villo.
W T HU WV. I'rn.'f. J. C. KTVa.Snn't.
A book ol lim l aaea.
hont book tor
a 1 tela 01
newspapera and ertimatea o theoontof at)-
Terliaing. The a Ifrrliaar an ) wania ki apana
nit. rli.imr. An. La In il .the inlonuallop be re-
nuire, uhlle (i-rfhlm who will inveai oce
liui.droil tnoaaon'J.-iomre m'.uvmnn. a
a-hou ii Indioaled. which will irccl his
every req-'lr.-ment, or can be made to do o
by ;;klit cl.an - eaily nrriveil atb oi rn
spondnnce. One hundred and (fly-three
ililiuns have bnen issued. fceut, postpaid,
to any adilmastor ten c ll ' Apply to OKI).
P. 1UIWKU. A CO.. MCWSl'AHHI' AD
VE.U iSINU UliKKAl'.l'Kpruoeat. 'I'rlni
loi Uouae SmiarA , New York.
. iwu.Ari Mtn.r i-"" or.'-. -,
SporiUteUtVa-l'Uoto U0 illtHvuv;
,i Ihv rnauti of at:f bMin It- n'tith afltin. ---" '
irsii frur- orliift rtV- n4 nitMt u ....
- wifiit .-if'ta Nfii'H-iM-a ..umiti' I t'.''l
Jim.. (H iliwiiai. IM'il"" MikIiI imwB'f ' "i '
,,tll)vil, I'llhiilMOb i ' Isif.H'IPt : 'Me.
ftlfl ainB Of .in, l.i'if. J av'-'ItJll i'Vft ' "'Istia:.,
lirnui i:ti.M.w'r or ..t ii;. ir Mmfttur'i
tiut ,-un-A. SYPlilLIS ,Wvt ?"
,r.-h m-rrt Qpnovrh-ii..
GIaKjBT, t-lrwlut 'tnHIU A fruits
T"i p a. hi i-liirr )trlvair .11 .(im-Ll ,tr.
)V Uii-tf-tvl'Klit Uml-iiT ilo1inilir'raii,n.'i
S Willi rlrtaa f .M-.-sim-A nl riltim lt'U-M
ll intr-l f'MPl .H. M itttiU.i ' .
i .Miiii.MM (w -n U Ill U li'.1 ' 'iU' . ak
-l-ll Mil' ml i" tiau-iu im II !M' i ' 1'' '!
i 1 "i'.tIv lif nl.Ml ti --(rr-ii uaf)4rt
. a a 1 nv,e A la ataam
, I -l.ltl I't'llfiUiii; 1.1 !- VlHiUi
r (- ,-lmt aJ ' " ap'ilt.f SI' V W Ai
1 BHii'iaw, a. n, n l- we,M'j .., ft vi
Idlnw .1 i
H KII.TH IN WUAI.TII.-Da. E. 0.
WcaT', Maava K liaaia TaaiTMiaT,
a guaranteed spocUo for Uyiterla, Iisl
ua,a. Convulsion", Fits, Nervous Iteural
gia, lleadeohe, Nervc-s Pnislration, canred
by tho use of aloohol or tobaoooi Wake
fnlneas, Mental Depreasion, Spinning of the
llraln, reaulllng in Inaanity and Io . Ing til
miaery, decay aud death i l'remature d
Age, lJarrennesa, Loss of Power in either
Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, oaaai i by ovor-exerilon oi tne oram,
self-abuse orovrlndulgonoe. Kaoh boi con
tains one mon lb a treatment. 11 a box, or
six boxes for 15, seni ba mail prepaid, on
reoeiptof nrloe. We guar.mlie Hlx lloxej
to oure any ease. With each order leaelved
by us for six boxes, aoeompaiiled wit ll,
wo will sand lhe purchaser bar wiltbae.
guarantee to refund the money If tee Ireatr
ment doe -ot effect a , enre. Ouaranteeg
laaned only b . HRNKKKT A 00.. Dmg
giata. Memphis. Tenn.
-wwi wCoT'a OaiR'lt
1" Tfl "ii prinKi-l. iHnanwi
fe'-.r ?; t. , ,S5i n,iaiuiivrll fWw.Orln
if; . ' ' rf !',JaBlbtjiaoHtliciaAlAr'
SY w- rgVj, Tablea, Chaiw
m'tte? Book Cases, tonngav
f'Kjii : . LettorPressea.Cabiiiai
Bkar. , U "-l Ladiea' Fancy l)oilti,eV
Ii -.a-' s'ttf-.S Klneal Hi"l. anrt liweat
(ni-iiJ.t- I ,'1 I'riiwailuarnntwl. ('alaloa
A ?Juible Patess!.
Dnnrjr'i (llorae) l oru ami r I'lasl.
HA VINO perfectad my invention, I wish
to iilnce it baiore tiio-pohllo, eap-liliy
i... a. r!m IM.nlnr. t la
parted ucoesoi ns thu drill, distributed
too seed accirately, nniniured. and oovera
the same, theroi.v one man pern ruiita ,u.
work ol three. The. have been uaoil in
this section for voi' a dor.eri yaura with .per.
foot aa'iaUetion. Van give rr.'pci.sible tett
monials. Addrrn ,,,
. J01IW 11. J)ANCT,ritnoyvi:!e,
Mm w.io.t cr'l- tv. I .
W. II. liUIJlIEV,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,,
Olllcc, 5!) II Wain Slroi t,
First Door Sunlh of Knglnolioaso.
en-Strict nttontini given to all business in
rustoil io on caro.
KncJi's Pat. Store
NI1I:I.VI1 Isiiiljiistnhle Io nieot anv red
or hua noa. It ia cheaptr t'-nn old ,.n
III, put tip llV anv ( lia. aiiin.i
I'nulry hikI lii...J iii'lv-a. Aitdieia
aovn A. it. .. irsris,,
Rll if l. M'., I'liiMtll, IIX.,or,
miimiKiii IIrlw re o.,-t. Louis.Mo.
)rus Store for Sale.
DR110 STORK 'ftCh-r ea'on avenue, do
Ing a rat o'a-a 1'ron-ni'tio'i and Drug.
ltnlnras. Oor-d reasons tr aolliug. App y
atj':i l.lnd' n atraei- .
.r. ii.-cnv s co.
rn a T r TX
COAL AND WOOD,
I8 BKa'.K KTRKKT, .
Scar the Ooraor of l't"'"- Miimb'. Tn.
Ovr-it'a Mgwi'iiia (aa Light CoMraHY.lc
Mauniia. Tins. t
BY order of the Uoard ol Directors of tha
Memphis Was Light Company, mado
July fi. laaa, a meeting oi the sloe i holders t
said company waa called to be Bald on Mo-ju-
i.rt...l..- i IKHtl. .t the oaiiiaoftbe com--
pany, in Memphis, at 12 m . to consider jn4
ad upon a contract ma'le by tne Board M
Directors with Taxing District ol MiiHiJ
county, a copy ol which contract has ht ,
sent by mail to each stockholder. In lurlln .
liurHl-noe of aaid order of tbe Boa-d, mt I
... I .....I In. 1. h.r.t.v .Ivan to the Sloi id
Vi eniu im w iiui a. - - - -
holders ol said company, and they are eari-
estly reouested to be present, or s.nd proxtt
with iheir instructions aa to the voting i,
their stuck upon this proportion to aoco!
Secretary of Memphis lias Light Co.
September 1. lssa.
ALL persons are hereby warned not
purciiaaal oniflcale No.SPP r t.-nsh i
Masonia Temple Slock, issued to K. W . tv
ton. April 11, 1S74. a- it haa been "t or u.
aid. and I have app led lor a duplicate,
aiu, naB' Ki slliroN, Adiuinisuator .