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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1886.
ALEX1MR Af SOFII.
. ABKIVAL Of THE PKIXCE AT HIS
. Ills Enthmslast'c Reception by the
Fopnldce A llreat Demonstra
tion at Fhilippopoli?.
Scfia. SeoUmber 3 The ravolu
tionary resitnor ts here have eurren-
deied nnoouditiouul y t) l'rince Alex
ander ami annealed to bill) for clem-
eniv Ttnli or a (a nnw trnrnnH.
Prince A exander when Le rt"Bi hd
Eucbarts', on bis journey to Scfi., t-
srapheu to the huitan aesuiancas 01
homage and devotion.
ATTEMPT ON TUB PRINCE'S IIFK,
An at'ftnpt was tnade to wreck the
' tra n wbieli wm c invtyiog P.ince Al-
exacdir to fc'oin. WUen near .Ftiilip-popoli-t
tha enaiLeer diecovered an vh
Btrnction on the track and brought the
train to a standstill. Oainvtstigatioa
it w3 f aad tha live sleepers had been
nlaced a r. si the tails. Prince Alex
ander, when informed of the attempt
upon b!8 lit, snowed do aigta oi u a',
maintaining' a calm demi acor. A col
Act between the revolutionise and
followerj of Prince Alexander is feared
. at Sofia.
Later Piirce Alexander arrived
here this morning. He made a tri
umphal ent'v into the city, efc-rted
by tbe municipal authorities of Sofli,
who hud gooe two ki orre res oat
cide the ti'y to await his arriva'.
Addretses cf welcome were presented
to Alexander in the treat square in
front of tte palace. All then proceeded
to the cathedral, where a Te Deum
mass was celebrated Artillery salutes
"were firod at the purriecn and fie
troops wre levitwed. Tbe ceremo
niei codc tided with a reception to the
foreign diplomatic lepreaenlativie.
Ir.nce A'exinder ai ordure! ihe re
lease tf a 1 polit cal pritoners. The
Ministry lus bten reconstructed, M.
Ptimbuioff reaiaininjr an Premier. Ee
jo c'ing continu's withoat abttsmect
Hie New. at IodiIou.
Los don, September 3. It is ru
mored tht Prince A exander's father
wants to throw np hii honorary com
miation in a Rmsinn regiment, and the
-German and Austrian governmen's
-are trying to dicsuade him from doirg
bo, as such a courie wonld be a great
offense to the Czar.
Prince Alexander h.ai promised
King Mi an to rend n dip'omitic
tgent t t'ervia. Col. Mutkouroff is
Treating w tti tbe rebel offlceis for
tbeir Bubmieeio.), and ihe negotiations
will jirobeb'.y bi succ?tsful.
I-. is stand -that Russia has inter
vened for the liyes cf the cocsplrators
and that Prince Alexarder ban do
cided ti b lenient toward them.
The Daily Ntu svys: Pr.nce Alex
ander I at teen aba .doned and is iso
lated by aii'eement cf the three Em
pires. N thing co aid exceed the hu
mility of his letter to the Czar.-whicb
is only tq a'ed in degree by the bru
tality ot the (Jzars snswer.
The Standard says : Pi ince Alenn
der has coin mutt d a serious b uoder,
and the oaly unwortby aat with which
he can bi rtpri;acuec It is carrying
the comedy of cour ly dissimalatinn
too fer to rrutend that tbe Czar d d
not approve of his depos tion. Eog-
lai d h'sdone her best to promote
peace in th jjjIkuts. li she una
Austria and Germany will either suf
fer jirave n jury or make heavy Faori
ficef. They may yot run the day they
abandoned Alexand.-r to carry favor
with the Czr
Alexander at f hilippopoli..
Phil rrjroMS, Sept i-mber 3. l'rince
Alexander, when he ariived here yes
terday, cn his way to rotH, was re
-c-ived by all the foreign Consuls ex
cept the Ku s'an. Hie Pii: ce's entry
to the c'.iy wan proclaimed by a salute
of 101 guts. He was met by a areat
-concDurte of panp e, hotded by a
number if baids massed uoder a
single Isader. The binds welcomed
him by playing the national anthem,
the people cheering enthusiastically.
The Princb's re'uru wai then cele
brated by a te deum tervice in the
cathedral. Prince Alexander de
parted hence for folia last evening
He intends to give amnesty to all the
revolutions s who auk Ms pardon. M
fjlambu'.eff, the head cf the loyal pre
vuional government, -which was set
up fct Tiruova, declares tbat civil war
in Balga'Ia wou'd be the only possible
pretext f r the li.tsrvention ul Kueata,
-and thst tha retorad govoroment of
Prince Alexander will do its utmost
to concilia' e the Lz rand enect a re
conciliation between him and Prices
Creatril a I'roronnil Impreaalon
Fabis, September 3. Telegrams re
csived h re from B fia stut9 that tbe
Qzars reply tD Piince Alexandsi's let
ter his p.odnced a profound luspres
eion throuuhou Bjlgaria. Tbe dia
pa'ches say tbat the Czars' proclaimed
hostility ho para'yzid the movement
in f ivor of Prince Alexander's return
to the throne aid encouraged the rev
olutionists.. It is further etated that
. Prince Alexander's abdication i) ba
lieved to be imminent.
The Rcpubli'jue Francaise, comment
ing on the 'puuilijhcd c irreepondence
between the Czir end Prince Alexan
der, eays: Af er the Czar's reply ta
tbe hou:e of B.tter.bsrg it may con
sidered to luvtf t ensed to reign in Bul
garia. That reply alto humiliates
England, whoto lameuUt'.onB cobody
regards. Evetts in Egypt proved
Ei'g'and's incurab e ego ism. France
mtutair.veat en ertt-nte cordiale with
Buesia both on the Mediterranean
and in the far Ejet ag-dast B.-itUh ia-
A Fatal Hiatake.
Viknna, September 3. The Aus
trian press generally t ronounce Prince
Alexander's ltf.er of the 3Uth to the
'Czar afa al mistake, and argue that
his abdication is now ioevitabie.
FOREIGN MlSCELLAIf Y.
Relief for tbe Earthquake Snfferere
Athens, September 3. The British
man-of-war Agamenon, conveying
-surgeons, food and tents, has gone to
tbe relief of tbe sufferers by the re
cent earthquakes in Mores.
Voted Acaln.t DivUioa.
Bhisbans, September 3. Tbe
Queensland Assembly, by a vote of 40
to 9, has rejected the motion favoring
a division tf the colony Into two
separate porVon?, to be called North
and Houth Queeas'and
Tbe Niluation at Br I last.
Belfast, September 3. Rioting has
been made almost impossible by the'
perfected measures taken by tbe police
to master any tutbreak on its very in
cipiency. The Irish Drlvcatraat Heme,
Qcebnstown, September 3. Tbe
etenmor Wisconsin, which left Kew
York Augast 21th, has arrived here.
Me;srs. O'Brien, Kdmond and I'essy,
the dclega'es to tbe Chicago Couvon-
tioo at Chicago, who were amorg ber
paswnfers, landed here and proceeded
Dlacutalng- the Eiribqukei
London, Septembers. At the meet
ing of the British Afsoc:ai on yester
day, prior to the onemnir of bnsine-es.
there wts a coo J deal of conversation
aacut tbe ear bqriHkes in America. In
quiring spirit tr.el tt drw out Piir
cipal Daweon ai t whether the event
harl mod fld his opiniots as to the
es th's fOrmRtinn.
Ihe rbulfrn lu Hal.
Home, September 3 Trje cbo"eri
retar. s for inn wh ile of It.ly for the
iwettyijur h juih ending ye-trtiay
are: nun Mateo in L ms. Jo new
dtses; eleven dta) s. Itavea?, 18 new
esses; 0 dei'h". K'nnni, 2Unew cases
7deiih-. In all the other lnfeUnd
districts, nuruberirig now nine twne,
4U new casej and 17 deaths are re
A violent outbreak of cholera is re
ported at Torre Dell Annuuz'ata, ner
Maples, in consequence of which a re
ligious ftatival has been prohibited by
ue town autnorities.
KEN I OX, TENX.
Tbe IMnnlclpal Kleeilana Hyaierl
one Itiaappearaaee t rp
lOOKRISFOXDMCI Of TBI ArrlAL.l
Kenton, Tenn., 8eptembsr 2. Oar
munii'ipai election is ovi-r witn. A
li. McCuicheon vai elected by a large
mo nty tor Mayor, and James IHor
man for City Mur-lml b ' a good ma
jority. liotn ate well qualified for
the r positions.
Mr. Joan Smitl.ron, an old and
respected cit'zen cf Kenton, disap
peared from this place iu a Viry mrs'
lerioin way. He lef home about six
montns auo to at to Obion fcta'ion to
tet work at a mill, and hes not been
heard from sines his departure. His
wife hes recently died and left two
small children. Any irformt;on in
regard to his whereabouts would be
(ireatly appreciated by his relatives
At the piimary ronvention, last
HRturday, th Hon. K ca Penrce car
tud tte dietnit by a laree majority,
The prospect) for oodj iu t iis purt
fiuoion are net ver natterirg, ow
ing to the druith. B.th com ai
co ton are already damaged about o-.e
Kenton h omr-ranrted bv the beet
farming land) in tbe c nitty, aad
m gbt ce termed the tardm spot of
Ub:on county: and as It r graces and
clover, it will no doubt equal that, of
the (among blue (iras i rpti n of Ken
tucky. Ltnria in this county are
worm from $25 to 30 per aoie. Ken
ton it imp-ovirg rapid!y and there is
not a vacant Lonse in town, uur
r-chool facilities ate excellent, having
two good schools. Cape. V . J. Matbus,
wqo raa the m eior:une to lom nia
tljuriugmi l by ere, will, at a veiy
early day, commence rebuilding it,
wun ine rouer proceis. hiuhus.
We t'aatlon All agnlnst Tbem.
The unoreceJemed euccoFS tn'd a erlt
of Ely's Ceam Balm a real cure for
eatarrb, hay fever and co'd in the
bead has induced tnauy adven'ur-ers
to pla.e catarrh . medicines tearing
some resemblance in appea'ance, Btyle
or name upon the market, in order to
trad8 upon the riputation of Ely'd
Cream Balm. Don't be deceived. Buy
only Jbiy'fl Cream Biira. Manv in
your immediate locelity will test fy in
ii'gnes-'; commendation ot it. A pr
tee U applied into each do tril; no
p.nn; agreeah e ti us?, rrxa oUu.
Tronble Among Mew York Knights
New Yokk, Sentembor 3. Mem
bsrs of the Hom-s Club assert posi
tively that they have purchased Pyth
agoras Hall, cm Canal etrer, for Dis
trict Assembly No. 48, Knights of
Labor. At the meeting of tin district
assembly on Monday night, the Home
C ub notified each master workman
tbat every member must pay $1
toward the building fund. This would
bring in $60,000 in short order. But
seventy-five of the 400 local assemblies
beld meetings on Tueed iv nmht and
positively refused to ronlribu e one
Guire rromplly suspended the eev
enty-flve local assemblies on Wednes
day morning. It was said yesterday
mat tbe memhers of 125 lora' ewsem
b ies altog ther wid k ck. Tbe mem
bers were willing to oo m'St anything
for the Home Club, some Knights eaia
yesterday, but tbeir ene r:sity stopped
slioit at buying a $70,000 horns for tbe
Heme Club on Can! street.
When We Demoralize the Stomach
By exceeaea or imtirndeaoa in eating, w
cannot hope toescaj the onnseiunoen for
any great length of time. Ihe most r bunt
rtiKeation must aaooumb to abums of that
important fiinottna. . Hut (upposinu tbat we
hive, been fooliflh enough to enfreble the
stomach, is the damage irreparable? By no
means. Tbe dyspetitio his on 7 to do two
things to injure hn ultimate roeoTory. First,
he should adopt an easilv diratili'o diet.
tieoond, he rhould use with regulurity and
fiersistence Uostettor's Stomach Bitters, the
ending gaitrio invigcrantof the age. Tbe
multiform symptoms ot dyspepsia, and the
almost invariable attendant disorders, bil
iousness and constipation, will assured'y
oease to persecute the suBerer if the above
advice is attended to. Who that ha safiored
the torment, tbat chronio indigestion in
flicts will negleot to take advaniago oi a
remedy which, if the most positive evidenos
of the medical profession end the public is
to be received with due oredence, is an abso
lute speoiftc for the complaint.
Tbe Houstoo anil Temus Central It
New York, Sep embcr 3. The time
for receiving bondholders' signatures
to the Houston and Texas Central
agreement expired on Wednesday but
no rteps have yet be-jn taken by the
Southern Pacific people to extend the
tim, excapt, directing that a memo
randum be kept of all parties who de
sire to sign the rgreement. The eig
neturesso far amount to about $7,000,
00 j. Oae of tbe principal bondhold
ers had a conference with Mr. Hunt
ington yaeterday with 1 view to having
tbe time extended, on account of a
majority of tbe bondholders being
away during the summer, and fil
th lugh no action has ye een taken it
is probable that this will be done.
Constipation, the curse of our seden
tary life, Dyspepsia, our national dis
ease, and Rheumatism, wbich comes
from aiid stomach and from the sud
den changes in oar c'imate, are quickly
curbed by taking one or two Brand
reth's Pills every night for a month
Persons are now living enjoying tht
most vigorous health, whn hava takef
one of these Pills a night for oven
thirty yrbrf. Chronio diseases an
cured by taking from two to four d
urandreth's Pills tverv nicht for a
month. They purge away the old
diseased body. This you replace with
new and healthy flssh prepared by an
invigorated digestion from simple,
Box Factory BnrnH,
BALTIMOBK. Md.. HpntomKr 3 Pirn
this morning destroyed the fourth
floor of No. 161 West Pratt street,
occupied by John M. Harlet, paper
bcx manufacturer. The lower rloorj
were occupied by different parties,
whore etocks were damaged by water.
Tbe damage is estimated avt $15,000.
A DESPERATE VILLA!).
MIKE M00SET, THE JU .BO OF
Penitentiary, Again on the Warpath
His Attempt to Harder an
Jomkt, III., September 3.-Mko
Moouev, thB prison Jumbo, ere a'ed a
wmri 01 exciiement iu the prison yts
terjay afu-rnooa by maairg a niu -derou
rssault upon a foreman named
(ieo. Burroughs. The dtHperate mtii
derer has been watcaed very elisely
by ihe pr son e ilii iaU s nce bis re urn
to pin-on on a lite Urm for murdeiing
hiBcall mate, John Anderson. Mjoney
seemed ti attend ooaely to tiis work
until yesterday, when he was reini
manded by F. reman Burroughs for
not keeping up the firs inthe anne.1
ing luriiace, it being Mooney's duty to
stoke tbe furcaces with a long iron
poker and keep Ihe wire red hot.
When spoken toby Burroughs thad.s
perado quielty drew his p jker from
tbe furnace and attempted to drive tbe
point of hit iron into the body of tbe
foreman. Burroughs saw tbe danger
ju-tintima t ward off Ihe blow,
springing to one ride aiid fled down
tbe shop for bis life with the iiant
Mooney and bis toasting fork in clow
pursuit. Burroughs sprang th ou.h a
aide door out of
THS DKLVISH CONVI CT's RBACB.
Mooney tt empied to follow, bnt
Officer Pnttis, shop guard, made a grb
for tbe etoking iron and succeeded in
wrenching it from the deeperat Iran's
hands. Mooney then tamed upon
the gurd ami struck htm several
blows on the head with hn flt-t. Su
penn'endant P.u'son came up behind
Mucneyaod attempted to pinion his
armu, hot Mooney whirled arotud and
threw P.ul.ou half way acios tbe
shop. Burroughs then h t Moiney
with his fist aud knocked bim down,
but the deeperado was up f gain in an
in-iia.it, glaring around for eorae weap
on with wnich be might strike deatd
bowe. By this time the
ronvic s in to shop were in a
fever of excitement. Half adczeaof
them made a rush for Mooney. A
burly negro convict picked np a stick
of wood ith which he dealt Mooney
a fearful blow on the heal, but it did
not s aguer bim. Tbe two convicts
then c. inched and fell, tbe negro btiog
on top with his hands clinched
about Mooney's throat. 1. was all the
guard and foieman could do to keep
the back the other co vie s, wbo were
dying lo get at Mooney, and if the y
bad been allowed to re a :n cim they
wou'd undoubtedly have
TAKEN II IH LIKE,
as the cmvicts in the wir mill moot
thoroughly detest Monnev for tt e bra
Ul murder of l is ii otlentivec.-ll uu'e,
Anderson. The negro came pre'ty
near ending Mooney a career by
i h 'kirg bim, but the rmcrs pull
the negro on aud took Monay to tbe
solitary, whore he was thrust into
cell. Bjfore teaching there be vai
loud ia his thrrats againbt the life of
Burroughs, if he gets nn opportunity
of killing him. It is to ba regre t d
that Burroughs was net armed with
some weapon so tint he might have
la d the deperedj out. It is thought
that Mooney is just desperate enough
now since his return to priFon on
life term to not care a snap of his tin-
gets lor bis own miserable existence,
and fbfctsioner or la er he will k'll
some one else at tbe prison or loss bit
own life in the attempt.
riGPxu torn rtrosss. .
Fonnilation8. cellar walls and bnlld
ings subject toosrorflow should bo C in
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
Tbe Right View or the Crliu of
Another "personal difficu'tv" result
ing in the shooting of one man by an
other occurred at Montgomery, Ala.,
last week. An attempt wai made to
palliate the crime on ihe ground that
the man who fired the shot was drunk,
uut the fceima Zimei, one oi the lead
ing papers of tho State, pronounces
this "a very narrow and rest) i ted
view of the crime of bom'cide." It
gies ou m this refresbijg way:
-Wbiekr is undoubtedly at the bottom
of a great deal of crimo, but tbe free
use upoo each other of knives, pistol
ana saorguns Dy southern gentl-men'
soaked in liquor is attribnUble pri
marily to the false sentiment prevail
in tbe South tbat tbe law is a degrad
ing arbiter of personal d;spu'e, and
tbat to act tha part of a genlltman
ycu mnst aJmiustor your own
aw and blow jour opponent a
brains cut when he trenches on
your ideas cf your cwn ailf impnt-
aoce. vve ehall put down murder
among the better elaetses nt the South,
not by prohibiting the eale of whisky,
but by turning the fierce l'gbt of pub
ic scorn and arger upon the tribe cf
gentlemen whi so gest.'emanlinescon-
lats in whipping out a pietol or a
knife and becoming executioner in
every petly quairc-1 ors'rec1; brawl."
From 115 lbs, to 161 lbs.
To tiie Cutlciira Remedied, I Own My
Health, MJ Ilapplncssand My Lire.
A day rjovrr dbsjbs tbrtt I da not 'hinknni
speak kindly nf the CuncuaA RauKuiRH.
even years ago an ni a noun lumps termed
my nccK, ranging in sis. irom a etierry
stun to an oranaa. Ihe targe onos ware
fr ghtlul to look at, and painful to bear)
peopl. turned arldo when they saw me, in
is.uft, ana i was asnamen to be oa tua
street or in society rbysioinna and their
treatment, and all medioin.s l.ifled to do any
nod. in a moaent or despair I tried tbe
rmruai KIKidiks Cuticuri. the treat
rjkin Care, and C'uticcra (io.p, an exquisite
Skin BeautiSer, .xternnllr. and CuTirrjR
RaaoLViKT, the new Blood Purifier, inter-
ally ; tbe small lump, las i call tbem) (rad
ially disanpesred, and the large ones broke.
in about two weeks, discharging- large quan
tities of matter, leaving two slight (oars In
my neck today to tell the story ot my suffer
ing. My weight then waa one hundred and
fifteen sickly pounds: my weight now Is one
undred and aixty-oriesolid, healthy pounds.
and ray bight ia enly five feet five inches.
In my travels I praised the Crriouaa Haxa
ana, North, South, Kant and West. To Co
Cuba Kkiuduh Iowa ay 11 ram-h, mt happi
aiRS, and ar Lin. A prominent New York
druggist asked me the other day, " Do you
still use tbe Cvticvra Hrmkukhs you look
to be in perfoet health 7" My reply was, " I
do, and shall always. I hava never known
what aiekn.ss is since I eemmenced nsing
the Ci'Tici'Bi RgainiRg." Horoetim.a 1 em
laughed at by praising tntm to tne people
nnt K.miainted with their merits, but sooner
or later tbey will com. to their senses and
believe tbe same as tnose mat u;e tnera, aa
oieni nave wnom a nave wild, nay me
time come when there shall be a large Ccti
rt RA Supply Uooie in every eity in 1 be world
for tbe benenr 01 nuuianuy, wuere ins ti ti-
ruRA KRMBDiaa snail te sola omlt, so mat
there will be rarely a need of ever entering a
drugstore. M. HUSBANDS,
ziu roiun sweet, new sors, a,
rt-Tiri'Ri RixsDUn are a positive cure for
every form of Skin and Blood Diseases, from
rlmpies 10 ouiuiui. ouiu vvDrrwuerD.
rice: icticura, du cents: roap, 20 cenis:
Rrsolvrkt, $1.0". Prepared by the Pottrb
Druo ANnCHRaiOAL Co., Boston, Mats. Send
for "Bow to Cure Skiu Diseasea."
Send for "IIow toCnreNkln Dlaaaea.'
IIIPLE9, Blackheads, Skin Blemishes
and Baby llumor.',iiie Outicpra 8op.
Kew, elegant, original and inialliVilo. -ia
"Vii BA'K At llK, Weakness a
V f Wenrine-e caor.1 by overwora,
er A 1 dissipation, standing, walking, or
1 v Hie sewing michine, curel by the
l J l'utictri Anti-Pain Pl.htrr.
Ath Ian nilriT flTIIT firisi nrnraala in nan avwnafl
nrk crl lanho. I RON witaira into almcwt vvwrr piiyo
momm Dnaonpfiua iw wum who ama wuuutt
For Wenktn-J. l.nHMiiudn . I.nrk mt
riHTHT, rir.ff li iw I H Al., and u
thy oiiIt lru mrrdiciuB thai id not Inlurloni.
It KnrirV.fW Ih lllood. n iftnrulrH I ho
byif iu, Kcter' ApprlUe, AitU DitfrMtl(in
11 dM rrtii blaokm or injure ( hn teoth. caune antd
MlMurpnMluoOUDiti(Mt(in ufir iron mnf irtntu Uu
1b. 0. 11. Bin i let, lotuliiic pbjrsioian of Sprintr-
brown's Iron Blttm In tbomnarhly (rood medl
cine. I nw it in my urMtic. anil Hud its avtion -cml
all otbtr ftmiiH of inD. In wtaknom, or a luw con
d atari of tha ayHtem, Bmnn'i Iron bitten fa asnalt
potutirt uttOtHuutj. It W aU Uia.1 is cUuued ft tt.'
DfcV W. N. WaTKBS, W9 Thirty aaetmd 8tret,
0Knrtowii1 I. 0.taajf: " Brtwti IroD Hittra ia
Um Titnio of tti mra. Tfothiim bettor. It cm lea
ppetiu, giraa trtrautfta &d unitrovaa dtgeation.11
GraniM haa abora Tmda Mark and maaad md Unas
oiiwrappar. Tuke DO otbtr. Uadaonlbjr
BUOWN 4 UKallDALtHI.. UaLTIMOUIC. MB.
Forty Tears a Snffcrer from
WONOEP.FUL TO RELATE!
" FOR POltT? YKAKSIhavebeenavIo-
tlm to CA'i'AllhH thr-o-lourths of the time
a sulfcror fro:n KXi'.Klll'lATINa PINS
AOROhd MV JTOkKIIKAD AND MY N OS
Tit 1 1.8. Tbe dischames were so offensive
that 1 hosiiale to mention It.ext-opt tor the
good it may do some other sufforer. 1 have
spent a young Irrtune from my earninrs
iturin. uiv forty years of 'uberin. to obtain
relief Irom the doctors. I have tried pat.nt
medicines every one 1 could learn of Irom
tho tour corner, of the earth, with no rolief.
And AT LAST (57 years of age) have met
with a remedy that has cured me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 12K pounds.
and now weigh 14i. I used thirteen bottles
of the medicine, and the only regret I have
is, that being in tbe humble walks of lile I
may not have influence to provuil on all ca
tarrh sufferers to use whatbaa cured me
(luion'ri IMonoer Blood lJcncwrr.
" tlENRY CDlCVllB,
" No. 7 Sesoni strest, Uncoa, tta."
"Mr. Ilenrv (there, tha wrl'ar of the
aliove, fiiruiorly (jf OanlnrJ ennty, ow of
Macon, Ita., morita toe onui lonc. of 1 1 In
terested in oa-tarrn, .A II P If,
FLESH PROOUCt B & TONIC
Gainn's Pioneer IJluod Itonower.
Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases, Rheuma
tism, Scrolula, Old Soros. A perfect Spring
It not in yonr market, it will be forwarded
on receipt of price. Small bottles, (1, large,
Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
r WHBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVE!
OIL AND LIME.
Urt tlieUcimliiei rllrlo The areat
Lopularityof "Wilhor's Compound ot Cod
ivor O'u and Limo" has indurod some un
principled persons to Attempt to palm ofl a
simple article of Iheir own manufacture!
but any person whn is sufioring from Coughs,
Colds or Consumption, should bo oareful
where they purchase this article. The re
sults of its une are its best recommendations,
and Hie proprietor bus ample evidence on
file of its groat aucness In pulmonary com
plaints. Tho Pho'phuto of Lime possesses a
moat marvelous healing power, ns combined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbor.
It is prescribed by the inedioal faculty. Sold
by A. II. Wilbor, Chemist, Boston, and
A Srecific for all diseases pe
coliar in women, such as Pain
ful, ruppresseil, or Irresular
Menstruation, fjeucorrha-a, or
If tndrn during the CIM NOB
OF LIFK, great puttering and
danger will be avoided.
Send for ojr book, "Jle'ssgeto Woman,"
KAUt ltl.l) KKIII Ij ruiX l i)
llio ptipulrtr fTorlt3 for drfwsina:
tlm hair, Hi-nUriii(r olnr whin
rray, ajid lirventtii(f Itandnifr.
t ciL'nn tbe acalp, atuiM Uio
bair fiiUmff, nnd In pure to plcaao.
TheMrost. snrent and best cure lor Corn., Dnnlnns. i
loiwallpeto. Kiisuni. eomrort to the fret. Mnv.rfAl)
, cure, li cents at lu-ugglits, llucos; A Co., H. 1
No. fiOM, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county ll. J, rckeriy, Adm r, etc., vs.
Missouri Wilson. eT al.
BV virtue of an Interlocutory decree loi
sale entered in the above cause ea th.
29th day of July, IRoo, M. fi. 64, pag. 144,
I will aell t oublio auction, to the hlgb
est bidder, In front c f the Clerk and Master'
effice, erirthouM ol bn. Dy eounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., oo
Matantay, Nepiember I, 18N6,
within legal hours, the following described
roperty, situatea in tne i axing vutrioi oi
belby eonnty, Tennessee, to-witi
An undiviuea two-nitm u-n) mierest in
and to a lot or parcel of land conveyed by
Jamea Maydwetl to Josiah li. WMson, ana
more particularly demrlbed as follows, to
wit: Lying on tha north aide of Poplar
street, in the city of Memphis, bhelby coun
ty, Tennessee, being part of subdivision
'D" of original 0. L. No. 603, and bounded
aa follows: Jleginning on the north tide of
Poplar atreet at a point or pott, the north
west corner of a lot conveyed by Wa'.t C.
Bradford to N. II. Stout, and which ia now
occupied by said N. H. Stout) running
thence westwardly along said Poplar street
lorty (40) feet to anotber point, tbe north
west corner of a lot conveyed by said Brad
ford lo Johnson. anH said corner being, aa It
understood, about feet from the south
west corner of said original lot; thence at
right anglsa to Poplar street 1H0 fret 2 or II
inches: tbence in a northwesterly direction
about 40 feet i inches to a sis ke which standi
at a point whence a line 1?4!4 feet in length
and parallel to laid west line of said lot
ould sink. tb. beginning corner: thence
with the last described line to ihe beginning
point the bouse number ol said lot being
M2, and being t-e same lot conveyed toJas,
Mavdwell by Watt Bradford in lr-80. The
said conveyance being rocorded In Kecord
Book 42, P4ges V and 111.
Terms of dale On a credit of six mnn'hi;
note with sood security repaired. This Au
gust 27, !.
B. I. MnDOWKLL, Clerk and Mister
By U. F. Walsh, Lieputy Clerk and MaeUr.
Oantt ft Patterson, bolicitors. sat
i a. t a, m av wmi " -
mi Vi li M
Tho Planters Tiro and Marino Insurance Co.
fUr la Conapanj'a HiilKflaa-, Ha. 41 Nad Una Slrswf, rinpkla, Taa,
. T. rwBTIK, Prae. I IIVKHTON. Jr.. Tlpa-Prwa. J. M. NMrTH.Svc'r
V It rul'av'artaaa a a ad "
mm ;a r n vaai ejaj sa w nTirifirt
DIHMJatRN-8 1I.BHOoKS.oi Brooks. Neeiy A Oo. : R. L. OuI FtN. of Dfllard A Coffin
D. T. PtlK rKH. ef Porter A Macrae; JoH OVEK'ION. Jr.. J. C. MILLS, J. R.
UuDHl.M.of J, K. Godwin AC0.1 J. M. OnoDB R. of Uoodbar A Co. 1
. . J- M. PHILLIPS. HARUVVI.e PKRKS
loinmrnrttl Uinlnrta in IHH7. imna I'anl.Uver Half a Bllllun.
twrllinir. Ferially lrr.irrl.
Alia Represents the Spaisce-m n Kim. of t-irink-rl. Id, Mass. ; Okokcia Homi Iksi raiu r
1 1 i
g t en a
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
t, T. JAMAB05.
0. 0. aim.
J. T. FARGASON & CI
UMesal Grocers & Cotton Factors,
SCO Front Street, Memphie, Tenn.
Cettoi eontigned ta ai will bay oar oarefnl alt.ntlon. We carry at all timet a wall
selected atook ol
Siipla Sl Fancy Grccaries, Winss, Liq ittrsjob&cso & Cigar,
ma W.I I mm
W. T IKMVDltE.
No. li t Miullsou Street, t M emitlila. Tenn
A. VAOCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 A1MD 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
F0UNDKI & MACHINE I) KPT,
t ntnls A
At .! "
IKON & RAILWAY NUL'FLY
(Snceeasora In thll iepartment to JOHN VANOQUE.)
aurWrtte ns for informntion on AW Till NO In either line
RaceetBon to POBTEB, TAYLOR A CO.,
WO. SOO FRONT STREET, i t MEMPHIS.
J. A. BAILKY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
33G ftecoiid Street, Memphis,
AlARQB AND OOMPIiETR 8T00K OF PLUMnttllS, OAS AND STEAM FITTBRi
Material.. Pimps. Drive Wells. Iron. Len.l n.l -tnne Pipe, Ons Klvtnr.s. Hlohes. Kts
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St., Memphis., Tenn.
Cotton Factors, Commission lierchanfo,
Mo. 116 ttonth Xlaln St.. Kf. Tonla.
AND DEALER IN
IADV. LIN I WOK,
TILE, F1KK T
X1 mOSTT HTttKaV.!'.
elavla. Xona al.NBlItvaa.
IDEE. ttTEES S CSOa
Wlioleaale Orocera, Cotton STtustora
And Commission Kerchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tom
UETWEKB AIiaaiN AHll JEFFBttMOa.
Hr. I. R. KACfBT devotes his wiiole time to the weighing and tale of JI Cotton eatrut4
( cur charge.. Cottea Warehouse. r ajblngtoa itreeU
lur, o Ubat'anooga, lenn.
K. A. PA&KSR.
a. L. W 09DS0I
1 n w bp Fr,
M. r.iion uiti.,
lOOto 174 Adams St
DEPT. 2M and 28 Second St.
U. W. HAVUiE.
0. E. WITT.
G. W. T0MLIN: WM. BKSJB8.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
170 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special Inducements In Open Haggles
of our own make, at flA Top tugies of
our own make, at 1 1 211. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
0W flaring disposed of our entire stock of
Vehicles and Ibe Manufacturing Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN BKNJha, we
bespeak for them a oontinnanoe of Ue
patronage to long extended tout.
flABRf AOB A HaHOWAKB COMPAWT,
ROSI IftLK CIFMFST,
IIAIll and FlKUliRICII.Eta,
, J. Clai k.
WILL be ereaed Jnne lit. This aoUd!
watering-place la aituated fix miles
from JEtn Furnace, on the Nashville aad
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman eonnty
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at AJtna
and will oonvey inuti to sprints at a very
low rate. .
Board, OO Per Mania-1 ! Per Way.
Mpmilal atatrw lo t'ansllle.
We Invite all who wish to u-end the most
tl.asant sea ion of their lives to come to
eaverda in, esieei ally eeekera of pleasure
end health. Uood water and pure air la
Iriverymen, Centreville, Tenn.
EiA. Dl',, Prop'r Centreville Hotel.
IRANIt It OIK I., ALlltl NFKIKUS,
,,, . Kockbrnlte Co., Va. High up in the
lrginiaiountiiins. Picturesque surround-
ir,ii,estoniionnd beautifully shaded lawn.
i, electric bolls, and all modern iin preva
ils, fwo daily mails, post, telegraph and
ea on the premises. Table the
,L.uauriou.iy lurnisnea rooms i
sui erh band of musio. Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charges moderate. 0ln for vis
itors. Jut,. l,Mh. W,ir-.: Alvm, CMv6mM
and trrrrtnnr. R. T. W 1 f,K I SON.Mn'.
AmonRthe Northern LakfD
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful place, where one can pas
the summer months in quiet rest a.denioy.
ment, and return home at the end of tho
heated term completely rejuvenaud. Each
recurring season brings to Oconomowoe.
w.,,k.".hll Ber Dam, Front.nac, Oko
boji, Mmnetonka, White Bear, and innu
nerable other charming localities with ro
mantlo names, thontanda of our b.st people
whose winter homes are on either side ol Ma
son and Dixon'a line. Klegance and com
fort, at a moderate cost, ean be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, with all
necessary Inloruia Ion pertaining thereto, ig
being distributed by the Chioauo, Milwau.
na ann St. Paul Railwat, and will be rent
free upon annlicatli n bv letter t A V u
Carpenter, (Janeral I'aasetger Agent, Mil
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, K V. The excellea
of Ih.cuiflno, and accommodations char-a-teristic
of this hotel tlitrinv the mat thA
.i.Bii k r..nu ....i. i .i.
.vim., ...I, uviuii, 111. il.llllllVU llll BVaKOU.
Kxcursion tickets to the Springs by the L.
and N. Hallway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, to proceed on first train
succeeding arrival in Louisville.
W T HH AN T. I're 'I .1. C KTNO.Piiv't
1-IiV'Jt a e-w a n n 13
Give. Re l.f at ,'JClr''A"Lcf,ljy
once and Curea 11 Rp.eMArvi'jl J tN
mi I .ait Iff J;
or Powder, Fror
y - uu.
urugt ana lAV.rrtrK
live odors. HAY-FEVER
A paatlcl. It appli.d Into each ncatrtl and
la agreeable. Price Ml cenli at D'uirsisttt
By mall, registered, W) cents. Circulars free.
KI.Y BROS., Drugglt a. Owego. N. Y.
Inn BKLT or He
j(k t -liMi'fK nri tor ii mai
.'tVtMDirDrir ,h generatlvi
genen tor it made.i-
main io neaunv action, nn nit contounif
tli i a with Klectrlo B.lu advertised to cure
all Ilia from head to toe. It l for theONK
ti'eoiBc purpose. For circulars giving full
nlormatiion, address Cheever Klootri-Uolt
Co.. lilt WesVilnvtnn slrnet. I'hlcer . HI.
I ?ftrS 1iTy C '1 y
jri'l Market StrirU
V'.et. Third r.d t-uuriit
a. iTirultrlT rrlutHMd txl irvitli 1 null lit wl )ihrH" D'
tsotl aiiiHtmnil, art U nnkaiM will
f fnf'M. mil inrau r
lSiiei'iUato?rlieu ud (niputeiin.
tlttrrwtlU o( Hir-ahaj IU 1Ulb Iff Oaf tmrt ),
t.irti j a a r i nr rilnti nai'w, mil (rntlurln, hiio.' thl. C-.
Iiiwica iirltvla' Karfniunruii fttiiiliual Kmiatlor,i, . -jt,
alnyg In .Irfttiiia), l.utiM tr liljfiil, Dttfilfa Ur-w, - .it.
tl'a1taOT, fltllplnlUU T.V, aVtMrViXI Ul HtUni : im N.
' nf"!"iioO of Mini, Com u Hvnuil Cirwtf, 4in . rndo.;ii
niri lift Imntvii'ir or uiibappr, r (Jiorouiht sk' , !.(.
ft.nlli emrtf KYPHlIi IS !"' oJ '
t'lu"ul,,1',r )'". Gouorrheftv.
QLEETi tntlura, shttltllki. Mrrnia. , Vu,--..v
fi'v Ltd Mttirr privtl ()iaMat qulckl nuitd
M tnpf v(rnt itml h aJrUn hiitit)M1lMVA.
an twrtalu im of i.waiii, aiiI rf(iUii thiurtili
a.ltf', ikryjulr gn ki alii i'hyaiilnrn kUnwlDfjihlt art i"a
nfoniiuvtitt prrwim In my tar Whf It J !rtf. a
flail lirUr fo- iTiatfuflt. Biorl.TlnM IU k H9t pntlVf
nl ailaljr bf nail or iprM tmjhr.
Ouro Guarante-M) in U Chmi
iViiaulLaliiiiil oaiaomJf ct hy WMtrk tt ttKi IntliAMl,
Ofeavrfw rMiki w b ol ovrrMpofifteBai mi half staf.dfkBaaV
Or WO rtt. Mel t. .ny eris-w, Minh ato4, tor &th
MBAI.TIIIN WEAliTH.-Dl. K. 0.
Wi.t'i Naave sun Brair Trrathirt.
a (naranlee.l tpeolflo for Uyitoria, Dittl
ness, Convultions., Fits, Nervous Neural
gia, Headache, flervo-i Prostration, carta
by the sse of aloohol or tobacco Wake-
&ilnesi, Mental Depression, B.ltenlng of tbo
rain, resulting In Insanity and leu- Ing to
misery, decay and death t Premature Old
Age, Barrenness, Lost of Power In either
teat Involuntary Losses and Bpermator
rh.a. oao. 1 by over-exertlon ol the brain.
lelf-abnseorosorlndulgence. Each box con
tains one month's treatment. II a box, or
tlx boiet lor 10, sent bv mail prepaid, on
reoeipt of orloe. We uamnte tiix Voxel
tooure any case. With each order received
by nsforilx boxes, acomupanied with II,
we will send the purchaser onr written
guarantee to refund the money If the treat
ment does "Ot effect a cure, (loarsntoel
Issued nnlyhv A. HFNKlkT A 00., Drug
l.ii xwi Run. I -. .. - . .
Dotke, Tabloe, Chaifti
Book Cases, Lonngfs
Lettor Presses, Cabins.
Ladies' i'ancyDosks, it
1'ilim.t (to.nU Hlltl lxm-
PrlooM I ItmnintiMMl. (Vttaliv.
irm, l'oUisre fro puauw
A Valuable Patent.
Diiary'e (llor.r) Corn anil Pea Plan.
HAVING perfected my Invention, I wish
to place it before the public, especially
mannfactnreis. At a Corn Planter, it is a
perfect sroeess openi the drill, distributed
the teed accurately, nnlninred, and ooverd
the tame, thereby one man performing (be
work of three. lhe have been ssed ia
thiseectinn for over a doien years with per
fect satisfaction, dan give reapor.iible tettl
. joujm ii. UAnux.uancyvuie,
. MavwAod eountv. T.nvi
CURTIS & CO
"and 81TST. LOUIS,
OH Wf Of DOILERS
SAW AND PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
tr WHITK X)Il CATALOtlUK.
WAil I tU to sell "TlIK CHILD'
IB LB " Introduction by Ke-.J U. Vlas
oent, D.D. One agent hat told 6 inatowa
of tV74 people one 73 In avtllaie, of 71H oi
new aii.nt 86 In I'l days I on. two sioeei.
sive wiekn one 40 In 3 daya at two Jiffer.it
timet. Kxperlonee notnecatary. Aidr.it
CASHKLL A 00. CL't'd,
41) fiarhnrn .. t Chicago
I too M-WHpaM'r Auvcr.
.lot! Atrfllry of Mossrii,
our aum-jrmu ancuc
v'y7l "ftiVS1''' J gnn Xh.re is no
F 0 M'vl y mistatiaabon tbitin
k nt'-vP" "-Hr , slruraent the oon
I XHtLjfiAr .tlnuous strnsm el
Rii.tM-ll V VLn TR1CITY per
IV fWtJ'l I meatin. through tha
IIIL.I1 "WAV U (L.1 l.art. mm
a vax- 4wna
v, .. . i. i ir