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THE PEISCE'S DEPARTURE FRO
Comments of the Kaaslun Tress on
the ssitaatton-FresU Com
plications. Tdrns everin, September 9 Prices
Alexander, M. Starabauloff, M. Kura
velofi aid neariy all tha BulRartan
MiuUttre, arrived here this morning
in a yacht. Riumaoian troops re
ceived the Prince at the boding and
lined the icu'e aLm whieti he
passed to the ralroad s'atioo.
, Alexander took leave of hi Minis
ters and cflicers lioie. The fewe)l
was very affecting, A Bulgarian aide
dc-cmpwiU acompany Prioce A'
exmilHr iiom here. He Trill uaye
Tura Sjvrrin this aftei noon and will
ptocsed direttto hie pauntal home et
Alexander and fta) Csar.
Sofia, September 9. It is denied
here that Pritce Alt-zander sent a
sscond telegram to the Civ, announc
ing his intention to abdicut; that it
is mated that Trioce Alt sandal's only
telegram to the Czar, after the coup
d' etat, was the one tent on August
30th, inLriniog the Czir that the
Princaliad resumed the govtromoLt
of Bulgaria. To this the Czar cent hjs
celebrated EnubbiDg reply, and it is
affirmed that Prices Alexinder diu
not reply in any way.
Alexander's Kfcepllon at lompa
laimMM. LoMi'.vLANt k, September 9. Yes
terday when Pnncs Alexander arrived
here on hia way out of Bu garia the
etreels were covered with triumphal
archen. Everythicg was done to make
the Priocer fesl tint the populace
wished to look upon his departure as
transient. The vice president of the
Aesembly, in his farwwell addrers t
the Prices, ai l that Bulgarians would
never fcrget that they owed every
thing to him that they had secured ai
united rjati.in, tnd that they would
continue to consider him s their
ruler, although he dopartea, ana tany
hoped for his speeoy return. The
Prince, in bis reply, Ba:d he was bapny
when Bulgarians wre content, lie
would be ever ready to assist Bulgaria
whsn she might be in need. "I hope
to see you all soon again," he Faid io
conclusion. The school children of
Loaipalamka 8 rzwed Prince Alex
ander's path through the city wiih
Comments of tlao Burwiaa Press.
Bt. Pktercburo, September '9. The
St. Petersburg papers gerieially take
tbe prsitim that the present Regency
and Ministry of Bulgaria contain ele
ments of fresh conipl cations..
The Nome Vremya says tbat Prince
Alexander appointed the Regency
without having first ob'ained the
National Assembly's assent, which, it
contends, was a breach of toe Tirnova
constitution. Co'. Mou'.kcroff, one of
'tbe Regents appointed by the Prince,
and who commanded the loyal troops
under the counter pro visional govern
ment after the recent coup d'etat, tbe
Novoe Vremya fays, is not qualified for
memberahip in the Regeucy, becauss
he is not a member of the Bulgarian-
National Assemb'y. Con
tinuing, the iS'otos Vremya eays it
fears that tbe comedy of Prince Alex
ander's re-election to tbe Bulgarian
throne will be plaved by the fiobranje.
All the other Sr. Petersburg newspa
pers consider Frinca Altxauder's de
parture from Bu'caria final. The
Journal de St. PeUnbourg says: "Princa
Alt zander '8 departure removes the
chief difflcu'ty in the settlement of
Bulgaiian affairs. Af er the lecent re
vere c iiis at home and abroad, order
and quieine-s in Bulgaria were cecfs
sary. Russia dose not dream of lesec
ing the indepandence she conquered
for Bulgaria " .
BiiMlan InHueuce tu Bulgaria. ,
Pabis, Septemb?r 9. Le Matin dt
clares tha, Bulgaria will not have a
Prince in the future; that a Rns;an
general will command the Bul?adan
troops, and that tbe Regensy will be
but a temblaate cf independent gov
ernment. In tbe Brltiah Lord.
London, September 9. Tbe Eail tf
Iddesleigh, Foreign Minister, stated in
the House of Lords this afternoon
that the government bad advices to
the effect that Prirce Alexander, hav
ing saticfied himself tbut it would be
impossible f. r him to maiutsin his po
sition s ruler of Bulgaria, had con
sented to a regency. "His manner of
Ipnvint? Bn'iraria." added Lord Iddes
leigh, "was dignified and worthy of his
In repaid to the future of Bulgaria,
the Karl said the government could
83V nothing except ihat all new ea
gifgeuientn must be made in accor
dant e with the treaty of Berlin.
. Sir J. Ferguson, Under Foreign Sec
retary, replying to questions for the
government, stUed in the House
of Commons this evening that the
government had no reason to believe
that tbe action of Bulgaria or any
power would bs . inc onsistent with
treaty engsgements. He declined to
be more explicit in his statement.
Sofia, Saptember 9. The OjKcfoI
GaztUe yesterday evening published a
decree, signed by Prince Alexander,
-closing the military cadets' school
and sbolisbing it? banner, and direct
ing that tbe Fiwt Regiment of Artillery
and the Second fetrolnisky Infantry
regiment be reorganized, the lat'er
regiment to be deprived of i'S colors
became of the share it took in the
'Turkey's Pro lent saainat Forelitn
Constaktinotlb, Pep'ember 9.' In
its note to the powers piotesting
BgainBt any (origu cenpation of Bul
garia, the Torte refers to the repre
' serrta'.ions of M. Stambuloft'i'Bnd M.
Eadoslavoff made to ,the Ot oman
Commissioner at Sofia, with the object
of obtaining before Prince Alexander
left asauiance3 from the Suzerain
Court and the powers that there
would be no foreign occupation of
Bulgaria, nor aoy interference with
the rights of Bu'girian independence,
whose safe guarding was guaranteed
by treaties. The Porte says it consents
to Alexander's departure from Bulga
ria, and has informed the Bulgarin
Government that there will te no in
tervention so long as its legol ty is
maintained and Bulgaria fulfills her
duties toward her fuozerain.and urges
the powers to favorably cor eider tho
step the Bulgarian Government bas
taken, bpcaose it is important to ter
niina'e the abnormal situation in Bul
garia and Eastern Ronmeiia. More
over, the Forte adds, Russia has de
clared that she had no intention to in
tervene in Bulgaria if Prince Alexan
der left tte conntry. In conclusion,
the Porte asks the powers to reply as
promptly as possible, in order to ena-
ble Turk y to give the Bulgarian Gov
ernment the taurines required.
' IRISH AFFAIRS.
TaeCalholia BUnop at Haynostb
Ireland aaa fcitglaau.
Dcbub, Sep'ember 9. The United
Ireland tays that no power in Greit
Britain can collect the "landlords'
tribute" in Ireland "in tbe face tf an
c realized u sited and level headed peo
ple." The Ca'ho'ic Bishops assemb'ed at
Maynooth have seat a memorial to
the Engl'sh Government u-ging the
adoption of temporary measures to re
lieve the Irish te autry and prevent
the ou rages to which they may resoit
in simple dsperat'on.
Tee coclt ranee a'so idost d resolu
tions today declaring that tbe Irish
people appreciated Mr. Gladstone's
efforts in behalf of Ireland aud that
thry sliil alhe red t: their demand for
heme rol and indignantly denying
tbe Tory aarertions that if the Irish
psoplo were allowed to govern them
selves in domestic effa rs ihs Catholic
nit j-rrity would abuse the power con
ferred on tbe Irish Par.iament and
harass tbe ProteB'acts of the country.
The refolutiOBB furtoer declare tbat
troub'e end disorder in b:th Ireland
and Grrat Britain will not cento untd
Irjland's right to administer ber own
laws is re;ognizsd. Tte Most Rev.
Wm. J. Walsh, Archbishop of Dub
lin, the Most R jv. Thotras W.Cioker,
Archb'shop ot Ca hcl, the Mo.-t Rev.
John Maceviiley, Archb shoptf Tuom,
and twentv-tbree bishops were present
at the conference when the resolutions
Franee and I'.Eypt.
Pabis, September 9. Tho Journal
dVj DehaVt ssys it has information that
Count Anbigny has been appointed
French Minister to Eypt ts combat
English influence in tbe Khedive's
During Forgery at Hungc KunK.
Yokohama, August 21. A daring
forg' Tf was commit'ei Rt Hong Kong
on July 28th by P. R. Bfltram, a
clerk in the Spanish Consulate.. He
forg.-d tbe name of Mr. Mencarini,
thn Sr.nnikh Consul. tr a b'.ll of 6X-
cbangj fnr $30,000 on a cha'tered
bank of India, Australia and China,
diawn in favor of the Manila Govtrn
menf, aod immedia'.ely disappeared.
Nothing bas bsen heard from him
since, though it is believed he has de
parted frr B'it;eh Columbia oa the
Chinese bark Kwong Toug.
, Mitnctt luciouvciilion.
Bernk, Saptember 9 The Swhs
Governaioct has eigntd the interna
tional literiry and artistic convmti:n.
Cliolera Kelnrn. ,
Romf, September 9.-Ch6l8ia re
turns fo' Daly are: Torre Dell An
uuzidta, KiOnew ctes,8deitbs; Putig
nmn i A noa..n l fl iIbatIib : Fnirara. 20
rasss, 8 deaths; Ravenna, 16 ci-ses, 3
deaths; o;her ois r.ee, m cises, 10
Will Attend tne Ilncea.
Dublin, Septs mber !). Lord Lon"
donderry, Viceroy of Ireland, accom"
panied by a brilliunt party, will at
tend tbe races ct Buldoyle. He has
ensagad Fred Archer to ride Mount
Stewar', which Lord Lcndondeny has
entered to compete for the plate.
The Flood In Cuba.
Havana,. Saptember 9 Owing to
the active efforts to check the me of
the Hood of Ce.badelagna hope is now
entertained of eaving the town,
although it is still in great danger.
Brltian Trades I'd Ion Conft resa.
Hull, September 9. The Trades
Union Ojrgresj tcday adopted a reso
lution declaring that the reform of tbe
British land laws must include com
pulsory cultivation of water lands. A
notnmit'ee w a? appointed to prepare a
Ull lor submission to Parliament em
lM.lvinf, tho nrvinta nmhraced in the
resolution; The congress a'eo de
clared itself unable to approve ot sny
so'.iemes of emigration for the relief of
fA nnn. anrl 11 namn'nvpd nntil land
reforms with the earae object in view
had first been te3ted and found inef
Troops Proteatlns Aicnlaat Eviction
DtiBLis, 8eptpmber9. The troops
r. cant. A in tho Wnndlnril pvirtionfl on
.hu. Mlnrn tn f ho hnrrflfkil fit Birr
protested sgsinet the woik tf forcibly
putting neipieps, inurm Bimmumi
people out of shelter intj tbe lOidway,
and declared that they would in the
infnaa In lAOrfnilTI flllph ohnOX'
icusduty. No fffrt on tbe part of
tbeir superior oflictrs could quiet the
(lotmniii.ed lniiigaationci tiieBjuieio,
twenty 01 wnom were piHceu uut orni'
rest on a charge ot mutiny.
DROUM IN ILLINOIS.
A Bad State of Airnlrs in tbe Ke
lt ton of Talono.
flnirmn. Tr.i.. Srn'pmber 9. A
T.'m.n inAKiol (rnm Tnlnnfl. II'.. BfVS
the drouth in this locality is getting
to be a serious matter, siverai weeno
sgo tho wells began failing, and now a
rk nf .hm urn drv. Every
stream and pnnd in the country about
here, excepting only tne j.HSRar
river on the west and tho Embarras
on the eat are as dry as a powder
V11M1.-10. Alnno i.hn niir.;pfi of tbe two
streams mentioned ara quantities of
aoaa nsn, wnicn nave reurarucu iu
perish and putrify as the watsr has
disappeared. Live Btock, of course,
comes In for a great part of the suffer
ing. Horses aud cattle in the country
have to bs driven long distances for
Hrinlr -A fnw liaVit nhnwnrS baVB kent
tbe grass in better condition than
would be thought possitjte unaer me
circumstances, bnt still the pas'ures
in some neighborhoods are badly
in most fields
is parched up and bleached out by the
sun's rays until it Has every appear
ance of having encountered a killing
frost. The eerth is full of deep tracks
and the s-.il is baked until fill plow
ing is almo-t impossible. The engine s
for steam threshers are denied water
at ol muf Atmtv nlartA whnrn th6V BO-
ply for water, and their work is partly
hindered thereby. Twelve years Bga
a similar droith here brongut on an
anidnmt nf Ai nlitncrta whii;h Carried
away forty cnildren in Tolono and 89
many more in the surrounding coun
try. For three months the ground has
not been wet two inches deep Dy rain.
TTntAtttt thnrA la a rnninna full EOOn
there will be absolutely no wflter toba
had except trorn the lew ttiouiar wens
about the country.
Braaenien's Mrltae Knded.
Younostown. O.. Senternber 9.
The strike of tlm hrakemen on the
Pittsburg and Western railroad ended
at noon today in a victory for the men.
The company granted the demands of
the conductors yesterday, but the lat
ter refused to work this morning un
less the 10 per cent, increme was also
given tbe brakemen, and alter a con
eullation the demands were conceded
At 1 o'clock this afternoon trains were
tunning as u-.ual.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 188G.
THE CMYERSE TRIAL.
THE PROSECUTION PUSUINU TOE
The Reputation of the Reverend Edi
tors b'enerallj Bid Impor
tant Testimony. ,
IsriauL to thi irriii.l
LocreviiLK. Ky.. September 9. Tbe
Converse trial has gone in hot earn
est todcy. Ins proecutioo naspusced
its esse with energy. Cj). Haltleman,
of the Courier Journal, was cal ed to
the stand. Ha emphatically tMii
fisi that theg"rerl rnuta'iou ot the
Converses wai bad lis had heard it
consUct'.y hllirmed for years p'St that
men would not behave tbem, that
tbey had no confluence in them, nor
resprct for thsm. Among those o!
this opinion he named Dr. Stuarr,
Kobicsoi anil binasnlt (Ha.uoman).
He regf-rdod as en'iraly unrelia
ble when tfeir aaterests were con
cerned. . :
Ueniv Ltrotr. a dea?-n tu Dr.
Witherp03a's church, tejiided to the
same e fleet. ."'
Dr. G e-n.DJft trot th Presbyterian
Church at Danvi le, ttstiflad that their ,
reputatinn wa bad. Widening his
statement so as to embrace a largs
number of ministers and elders in
Kentucky and other States, Dr. Green
mentioaed on trots examication
the names of six or sevon rtiin
iste s uresent iu the house as having
expressed this opinion, and the stato-
nipnt was urcnsllenireu rjy any.
The Converses declined tp face an in
vestigation of Dr. Woodrow's perioral
reputation, as was charged by the
IBPECUI. TO THI ifPIiL.I
LoursviLH. Ky.. September 9 To
day tbe several times called and as
often postponed Converse trial was
again taken ur by the Louisville
Presbytery, end possibly tne most
damaging testimony yet beard in the
monotonous church case was given
against the Clirutian Obteruer and the
perhaps too zalous orfciorea wpo
shape its opinions.
Atter toe usual we.s'0 01 uin, over
apparent trivia itiee.M'. W. N. Halde
man, President of the Courier Journal
Oompanv, and a 'eading member of
the Presbyterian Church io this city,
was nlfic -d on the stand. Mr. Halde-
mao stated thpit he had known the
defendants, F. B. and Thomas E. Con
verse, for many years, ever since they
had been in Louisville. He had met
them in church and in bus'nes'.
"Are vou acquainted with the gen
eral reputa ion of the Christian Ob
terver in the community in which it
cuculates?" ssked Dr. Daniel.
' I have hiard expresiions v ry fre
quently for a good many joiis," was
" What is its reputation I
"I should taink it is not reliable
upon any matter in which the editcn
are particularly intrmted."
"Is this reputation due to recent
matters or to matters tf long stand
"I should think it dates back for a
good many years. I thought probably
ihey were a little cranky and made
statements when they meant no
wong, but in matters in which they
wero interested their statements cjuld
not be relied upon."
"Are you a: qnaintcd with the gen
eral reputation of Messrs. E. and F. B.
"I have heard a great deal m pau
years, answereu Mr. naiaemau.
"There was no confidence in them or
no retpect for them."
The cress examination was con
ducted bv Col. Bollitt, who first asked
for the names of some i f ihe pcrsoin
who had spoken to tho witmss abont
'T have heard a great many mem
bers of the church and others express
that opinion abont them, one, our late
pastor, vr. Ktuart Kobmson. 1 cannot;
recall the names of the others just
now and Id 1 not care to invoke them."
Cot. Bullitt then asked Dr. Daniel
if his question to the witness as ti
the general teputat'on of the defend
ants had embraced anything more
than truth and veracity.
"I bave no zeal that it should em
brace anvthirg else," was the re
sponse. "It is sad enough tbat it
should embrace as much as it does."
Col. Bullitt again asked Mr. Halde
man for the names cf those who bad
expressed opinions about the Messrs.
The modera'or f.tited that witness
need not answer the question unless
After a wordy iquabblo the decision
Mr. llaldeman then answered that
he had heard expi oasions f 'om numer
ous persons, whose names he could not
recall. As fir as bu:-inoES malturs
were concerned, he bad heard Messrs.
Davidson and Strauss, of the Courier
Jouriml Job Printing Cdmpany, who
had printed defendant's paper, eav
that they were untruthful, and could
not be relied npon.
After some further questioning upon
(hat ooint. b which nothing new was
developed, the witness was asked as
to whether be was on friendly terms
with tbe defendants.
"I have tried my best to be on good
terms with them," was the answer;
"but it was up hill work."
Mr. Henry V. Escott, a prominent
business man of this city and member
in high Btanding of the Presbyterian
Church, stated that he had heard and
read a great deal about the Chrittian
Observer and ila editors, and its repu
tation was not good.
But lit le furth r testimony of inter
est was elicited before adjournment.
Aiaoclated Preas Aceonat.
LoursviM.B, Ky., September 9 The
Louisville Presbytery, in session here,
resumed today tbe trial of tbe Con
verge brothers, publishers of the CAn'a
fmn Observer, who are charged by the
Revs. Djuiela and Bggs, of Memphis,
with violating the ninth command
ment. The Rov. Mr. Dan'el charged
that the defendan's wero trying to i.'o
lay tbe trial by unlawfully detaining
tlio interrogntivps of tbe prosocutiou,
tien Mr. W. N. Haldaman, of the
Courier-Journal, testified for the prcsf
cu Ion thht the Christian Obterver had
the reputation of not being reliable
where its editors wtra particularly in
terested and that there was no great
respect or reliance placed in tbem.
'Ihe Rev. Dr. E. M. Groen, of Dan
ville, Ky., testified that with some cf
his people the reputation of tho CirM
tian Observer was good, but with tbe
mnjirity it was bad.
1 he trinl will rwrnnml tomorrow.
Tulane University of Louisiana.
lForraarlr, 1M7-18H4, tha University of
ITS advaut:ra far practical Inatruatlnn In
diienafti ot tha Koutbwsnt ara unrivaled,
aa tha law asourea it auperahunlant matert
nla Irriiu the crsat Charity Uoapiul with ita
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dent! have no hoap tal-foea to pay and ape
cial tnatruotion ia daily riven at the bedinle
ol the nek, a in no other inatitution. for
eatalnfue or information, addreii
Prof. 8. E. CHAILLK, M. Dean,
P. 0. Drawer 201. New Orloant, La.
I do not believe tbat
Ayer'i Sarsnparilla bat
an riii:il ni a remedy
for Scrofulous Hu
mor. It ia pleasant
to tuke, Kivet atmnrtU
and vip.rto the body,
and produces a mora
permanent, lastinc, re
ault thuu any medicine
I ever used. K.
lUu'iH's.Xo. Ululate, 0.
I have used Aver's
Samimrllla,in my 'fam
ily, for Scrofula, and
know, if it is taken
faithfully, it will
this terrible disease.
W. V. Kowler, II. D.,
Orcein ille. Term.
For forty vears I
have suffered with Krv
sliiclirs. 1 have tried
all sorts of i-eniedlcj
for mv eomplulnt, but
found no relief until I
com me need using
Aver' a tiiirsaparilia.
After takiug ten bot
tlea of tills inedicino (
am completely cured.
Jlsry I'. Anienbury,
I havo auffered, fof
years, from Catarrh,
which was so severe
that It destroyed inv
appetite uud weakened
my system. After try
iug other remedies,
and getting no relief, (
began to tuko Ayer-1
Sarsaparilla, and, 'in a
few months, was cured,
Susan I.. Cook, IWU
Albany st,. lioston
Is superior to anv blood
purilier that l" liavs
ever tried. I have
taken it for Scrofula,
Canker, mid talt
Itlienm, ami received
much bcnellt from It.
It Is good, also, for a
weak stomach. Mllllo
Jane I'eiree, South
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I'rlce Ul J alz bottle., a 5.
Forty Tears a ISufferer from
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1 I 111 H V l-lliuiriv mi i - it ia kuw.iv
a sufferor tVom EXOKHCIATINO PAINS
TR1L8. Tha diaoharKoa wore ao offenaive
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And AT lASl' ir7 yeara oi axei nave moi
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made me a new man. I weighodl'28ppund,
i , T .. ...1 .ki.U.n Wt
anil now wbiku - , . uu"'
of the medioine, and the only roiret I have
Is. thai bemtr in tne oumoie waia. oi iiioi
may not have influence to prevail on all oa-
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"Mr. Henry Chev.i. the writer nf tha
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Maoon, Ga., merit the conidence of all In
toroitod in catarrh. W. A. llt'l'F.
" Ex-Mayor of Maoon."
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Hire la Compawy'a Itnlldlntr, Ko. 41 Hndlsoa Blreel,:JITnphls, Tena.
. T. POBTEB, rrtm. I JW. OTKRTOH. Jr lee-Pree. J. H. BMlTH, Bec'y
r. B. HI NTtM, Aaalalant erelar.
DlKETORH-S n.EKOliKS.oi Urooka, Neely Co. : H. h. 001 FIX. of Dlllard 4CotBn ;
1). T. PriHTKR, of l'ottr St Macrae; JOHN OVKRTON. J.. J. C. MILLS, J. K.
UoDWliN.of J, K. Godwin ACo.; J. M. (t)DBK. or Goodb.rACo.j
J. H. PIHLLIPd, UARbWli PKRK8
Comtnenrtd Baiieita la IH7. i o.n ", Over Half a Million.
Iw Ulnars reperlnlly laralred.
Alio Bepreaenta the 8riK(irii.D Kin, ot pirinll'ld, Mae. ; nrmioii Horn lrri
Cosriar; MnriTiix Citv, of Chattanooga, lenn.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
t, T. rARwASOS.
0. 0. HK1K.
J, T. FARGASON & CO.
SSir Frozit Street, Mempliia, Ton a.
Oettei eonaiin.d to will hare onr aareftil attention. We earry at all timet well-
aeleeted atook oi
Stspls Sl Fancy Groceries, Vinss, Llqurrsjc bacso & Clean.
4 ti will H m f.nw n VavmI
W. T KOWDHE.
31 and SO THTnillMon
A. VACOAMO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nog. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
LIYERMORE FOUNDRY AND - MACHINE COMPAhY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE I) KPT 1(50 to 171 Adams St., Momphir
(-stinR-e, a.;." :iffiir:;-;f -
ftrlat-Mills' ' '
t'ronla A yv . . .
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(Suooeaaora In thla lerartment to JOnPJ MANOOUK.)
awWrlte n for Information nn ANV THI NCI tn etthrr Unw. ..
Bicoesaori to FOBTER, TAILOB CO.,
7SO. tOO FROTSTT STREET, i MEElPnia. TENH
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & CO,,
tt -Knr z&mm
330 Second Kl -
A LARQIC A I'D COMPLRTR STOCK OF PMIMBKRS, 0 A3 AND 8TBAM FITTKR8
A Mil ter i ,Vl a PoVr... Driv" W.H.. Iron, t.e.,1 n.l Ktone VUm. '' V.. niol.... V.tt
HILL. FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front Bt., Hemphln, Tenn.
ILL. FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchants.
XT. HO flonth Main St.. St. Irnlu
f lMM VinV.H. '
XILE, FI UK t'MV, " AI nd FIICE WUICH, Eft;
sag twopt twrawri'. wrr.MPmst tt.wn.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Kemphis. Tena
BETWBKH ADAMS AID JCrrKKMOsT.
u. t w AntiTdaTntaBhli whole time to the welrhtni and late of JI Cottoa eatrmi tee
lit. J. JT. ;Xud Wiiehosis. 5 W aehiaitoa limU
R. A. PARKBR.
1. L. W00DSOI
ti. V. IMMVOIti:
ft... s Mtmebl. Ttmi
DEP'T, 22G aud 228 Second St.
U. W. MACBAJB.
J. B. Wl'lT.
TO TC12 TCr?. SSi
a. w. tomlin: wm. bkkjks.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St, Memphis.
Offer areola! IndaoemenU In Open Kaiilea
of our own make, at i6i Top buiiie. ol
our own make, at II). All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
Star Hnvlnt dtapoaerl of onr entire atook of
Veh c oa ana tde nannraoiarini ioi.r
ment to Moaara. TOMLIN A IlriNJbS. we
beapeak for them a oontlnnance of the
patronage ao long eiteaueil to na.
CARRTAHK Ik HAHDWAHK COMPANY.
LOUISVILLE ( l-MtJIT,
1. Olsu k.
i n if- li iivi i :al. w
5 fl f3ea
WILL be opened Jans lit. Thli noUd
waterini-placs ia lituated liz mile
Jron iEtna furnace, on the NaahTille and
Taaoalooaa railroad, in Hickman eonntj
Tenn. Hack will meet all traina at Atna
and will oonvey rueati to iprinu at a T.rf
Board, tSO Pr Kfoath j l'Per Dmg.
Mcilwl Kalea Families.
We in-its all who wiah to ipond the moat
Bleaaant lea ion of their livee to eoms to
eaverdam. saiieoiallr Mo ken of pleaenrs
and health. Uood water and pare air ia
Liverymen, Centrerille. Tena.
E. A. PF. AN. Prop'rCentreTllle Hotel.
oTJKAM MOT IX, ALUM MPRINUH.
" ItorkbriiUe Co., Va. bi.h op in ths
Virjrtnia mountaina. Flctnreaqueaurroand
inna.evrenRive.nd heautitull. ahailed lawn.
Una, clur'rli- h. Ha, and all modern Improve
' nirn' IV o d lily maila, poit, telerraph and
eipie oilu'i-a on the premiaei. Table ths
v.fv It i. l.uxurloualy furniahed roomai
iui rh hand of muiio. Hend fr.r illnatrated
pNinphlet. Chariea moderate. Open for via
itura, June lflh. H'.ilrr.; Alum, CWvtWnM
and try.tr.nr. R.T. Wll,j1xHON'.W.n'T.
Amoiiu; thfl Northern L&keu
of Wiaoonain, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreila ol' deliirhtlul plaoea where one oan paei
tbe aummrr inonlha in quiet reat andenlnr
nient, and roturn home at the end of ths
beatea term oonipMoiy rejaren.ted. Eaoh
roourrim leaaon brinia tn Oooniimowoe(
Waukeaha, Heaver Pnm, Kronten.o, Oko
holi, Minnetonka, White Bear, and Innu
merahle olher oharminr locahtiei with ro
mantio nama, thouaanda of our beat peopla
wboae win'er hnmea are on either aide ot Ma
on and Dixon'a line. lleganre and com
fort, at s inodorate coat, ran be readily ob
tained. A Hat ol autnnior houiei. with all
neoeiaary informa ion per'amine thereto, is
beim distributed by the Cuicauii, Mn.win
lie and St. Paul Railway, and will beaenl
free upon applicatiin by letter to A. V. II.
Carpenter, Ueneral Paaiener Axent, Mil
Crab Orcliard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The excellen
of the ouisiite. and iiPiMnumodationa ohar
a'teriatio of thla hotel ilutinar the paat thres
yean, ahull be fully maintained this leaaon.
ExiMiraion ticked io the bprinira by tbe L.
and N. Hallway are food vin Louisville, both
suing end returning, to proi-cod on first train
auoreediriff arrival in hoiiiavilln.
W T. HHANT, Vr-'r .1. V KINO. Slin't.
DIt. D. S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 JefTergon Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
I Established in 1W0.I
DR. JOHNSON tanoknowlrdircd hy all par
tins Interested a. by fur the most suc
cessful physician in the treatment!,! privnte
onenret disenaoa. Quick, per :iHiinnt cures
guaranteed in every on re, inulo in foii'iilo.
iteoent cares of (lomnrhea and Hyphilii
oured in a f w dnya without the ti'. ol uier
eury, change of diet or hindrance Irom
bu.ineaa. ISooiuliry rrihilia, the last vea
tige eradicated wltlvi-itlhe use ol mercury,
lnvolunaary loia oftenion atopped in slmrt a
timo. buQerera from iinpotenoy or losa of
aexuat weri reator e t" tree vimr in a few
weeka. Virtiim ot .l(-abuse and exceialve
venery, autferng from aperumtnrrhea and
loaaof pliyaiiil and mental ower, apediiy
and permanently cured. Particular attri
tion paid to the ltlscase nf Women, and
corei guaranteed. Piles and old soros cured
without the use of caustic or the hnite. All
consultation! strictly confidential. Medi
cines aent by eipreai to all parti of ths
rM nrklngmen cured at half the usual
rates. C ilice hour from M o'clock a.n. io V
o'clock p.m. "i..'?01iMyJ,iJliD.
r " !" 1u oont.uni lists j
newapapera and eatimHtoi oi theenetof aa.
Terttsing. The alf erilaer who wanta to spend
one dollar. Bnda r'M itbe information he re
quirea, while lorfhlm who will invest one
hundred thonaand:dollari Intladverllaini. a
cheme is Indicated which will meet Jill
every reiolrment, o can bs made to do ao
by alightchan.es eaally arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and ttty-thres
edition! have been issued, ttent. postpaid,
to any aildreai lor ton eesia. Aprly to G r.O.
P. KOWKLL A CO., NKWbPAPKH ADw
VKKTIS1NU lii; KKAlt.10 Spruce it. tPrlBt
jnr Hoowe Hnnnre'. New TAvtr.
aak soar retnllcr for Nie Orlorlnnl S3 Hhooi
rii . IVwaroof ImltKlli.n e
JAMES MEANS' 33 SHOE;
adulnUUtvon,uonirrceBnnii ijicn. jwniv
L' 1.1 , 1 .in 1 1 a. 1 1 ii fk.nl.
fcliU g. Comfort oiul Avftaf
omm, A iHwlaliwrl .,-nt to
tlon how tu gnt thla Hhoe la
yauy istntoor Territory.
J, Moans r co.;
41 Uncoln Bt.
Thte i'l'.'ir.ui'Kll htrrtier tn theiwtlmattnn of
triaJtiSi tSa'i any nih r tu tho world. Thou
sTSSTTh? Soar t( wlU leU jou Mi. roa.ii If yoit
s. tliom. ' '
Orridi Mum-ma Has Lioht CrmPAiiy.l
BY order of tho Hoard ol Director! of the
Meinnhia lim Light Company, mads
Julyfi, USil, a mooting ol the itoclholderi e.
aid company wna culleil to be held on Mon
day, Oct ilier 4. IHHil, at tbe olllce ot the com
pany, In Memphis, at 1J in., toconaider an
act upon a contract maito bylho Hoard ot
Directora with Taxing Diatriot ol bhlb
county, a copy ot which contract haa beet
lent by mull to each atockholdcr. In furthel
purs nance of aaid order of the Hoard, notict
of aald meeting la hereby given to the itock
bolderi ol mid compnny. and they are earn
eatly requeitod to bs present, or send proxiei
with their instructions aa to the vuting of
their stock upon thu proportion to accent
or reject .ait! oontMct..osi,pH
Recretary of Motnpbii Uis Light Co,
Feptouiber 1, 1M.
' UKAUnilAKI I.KI TOK
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire, Wind, Water stnel LlarhinlnK
proof. Hultable for all kindi of building!.
for prlcei and eitimatel st factory riles,
eail en or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD M?'0 CO.,
438 A 440 Main it., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it..
Headquarters for Iron Fenoei and Creating,
Oalvanixed Iron Cornlce.TIn Rcnfi A Stovei.
11 12 AX ESTATE.
No. rVfVt, B. D.-Chancery Court of Shelby
. Ll.. I. I v.. Sur.h
C, ,UU17. mm, w wmmw--v
Morriaonetal. .... .
Tjy virtue ol an lnterl"outory deoree for
Hth day ut December, 1HH6. M. II. 60, page
Si, X win sen at puonu auuviuu, v tuv
eat uluiinr, m ironi 01 tne iori u -ter'l
oOice, eourthouae ol Bhelby county,
'T' . . nn
MntunlHy, Mrpleuibor 85, lJO,
within legal houn, the following deioribjd
property, situated in Shelby ooanly.lel
neasee. to-witr ,w . .v .a
N. lot. fit, fronting 2ili feet on the oust
Ideot Chickasaw itr.et by a depth otWH
l.et.iHid lot boing ti loet aouth of Win
cheater atreet. Hold a. property of the un
known I eira of J. A. O.akett.
Part of oountry lot f2H, fronting 37 feet on
then-rthaldoof auction atreot.by a depth
of Wi feot. Bold aa property of Sarah Mor-
fii:'ont""M.thn" 37'lj feet on the eaatsid.
ol Main street, by 14H!- feot deep, feet
nfjrth of Auction atreet.
Terniaol Sale-On a credit of six monthi.
note bearing intereat, with security, rs
ouired: lien retained; redemption barred.
4 t.!.4?), Huv nf Au.ust. LS.
I. MrDOWKLL, Clerk and Maater.
Pv It. P. Coleman, Deputy 0. and M.
F. II. A C. w. lie .Ken. annriMim.
KKHtHLYH,!. . Board on ne urn.
Mn. li. C. Howard. Waihlngtoa
Park. Roomi largei location delightful.
Convenient to o.ri to Manhattan Deach.
Coney Island, Long Beach and Central Park.1
alio to ew York plaoei of amuiement.
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