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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 18S(5.
ALEXANDER If HOME.
ARRIYAL OF TI1E TRISCE AT
The Spirit of the St. Pe'ersbnrg
Freso 1 iio Ftellug at YIenui
General Foreign News.
London, September 10. Prince
Henry of BattBDberg, hujbaiid of
Princess Beatrice and brother cf
Prince Alexander, the late rnler of
Bulgari?, haw left Balmoral csstle for
Darms.adt. He intends to bring
Pjiuee Alexander to Baimoral.
Tbe Huuiua l'res.
St. Petpbsbueq, September 10. The
Xwoe Vremia s ys: "Of ail the signers
of the Berlin treaty, EngleniJ ahne
appeals in lined to oppim Russia's
Ba'gatian policy, liussu must know
whether England's intsntion is hwi
ous in ordur to pretara heis-ilf to take
measins accordingly, is RussU will
not b brought tj a standstill by En
The JuurnaX de St Petcnburg eays:
Pricce Alexander's proclamation of
depcrtnrs crmtiins a mecition of al
leged Ru'eian aaeurancej given to
him. For reasons uadlois to discus",
K'JB-ia coild not make any engine
ment with Prince Alexander. In view,
however, of the parly e'rogles in
Bulgaria and the avi ation of tue pub
lic mind which the proc'amatioa has
caused, the Kusim agente in Bal
earia ha?e been instructed to inform
the l!.i'garin people that Rusua is
oisposea ti exert cer tinuence to 63'
tahl'sh party concord ana raslore
quiet. Ru9s:ft will not withhold her
Buppott ttom any legally constituted
provisional eovercment auiuea dv
non-rar isan interests and Tonducted
for the general welfare. Russia
willing to apply herself to tha task c:
removing dissensions, from tbe pa:n
ful consequenc of which Bulgaria
has alrtadv SJller-d too muc'.i. ius
sia hopes that the Balgriaa nation
and her representatives will be able
to approve those couossls and act ac
The r'eelluc at Vienna.
" Vienna. Sept, 10. The JVt Frei
Pienre publisbes a dispatch from SoSa,
which states that the officers of Ue
Bulgarian army stationed there met
veleidav and adopted resolution
pltdeiDK tbemselves in f jrvent loyalty
to Prince Alexander, and expressing
thems3lves as confident that he would
return to Bulgaria. The dispalch fui
ther fays tnat a Major and two Cap
tains of tbe Plovdiff rrgiment, cup
ported bv the soldiers of tue regiment
ha J joined in a plot to prevent Prince
Alexander fro-n leavice Eu'earia. The
leaders in this conspiracy, the Neue
I'reie Preisi aid', ere placed under
arrest, but. were released alter his de
part a re.
The FrtmdenUatt tavs: Those news'
papers which speak of incorporating
Russia and Bulgaria reflect only Rus
Tha iusinuitiona tbat Austria would
participa'e in any of the intrigue cou
nected witn tne .Bulgarian question
especially with that having for its oh
ject the raopeaiig f tbe question of
tee Binexattou ot is aria and ileiz
govioa, are wholly baseless.
at III Father's
Dabmstadt, September 10. Prince
Alexander has arrived here. He was
received by the b'ecietary of the Ea
elish L;gatnn and tbe Burgomaster,
and at once proceeded to Jugenheim,
ins latner s tes dance.
Roaa, September 10. The cholera
returns iiom Italy since tbe lest le
port are as folio s: Put'gnano, 23
new cases, 11 deaths 1 Ferrara, 16 new
cases, 7 deaths; all oth'r infected die'
tricte, 49 new c- eea and 20 deaths.
Affairs In matlngsiacar.
Pari?, September 10. The s ate of
anans in Madagascar is not regarded
t s s itis'actory to far as French inter
ess are concerned. The government
is on this account a .ndihg reinforce'
ments to Tamatsve.
London-, September 10. The ttitS'
ment that the troops at the Birr Bar
racks, in Kings county, Ireland, mo-
tioied tgiirist performing any more
eviction uuty, atier returning irom
Wcodfcrd, is pronounced untrue.
An Important Decision.
Montrbal, September 10. Judge
lascuerenu has deciued thai guaran
tee companies sr) not liubla.fjr the
amount of thoir guarantees in cases of
defalcation, unlets served with notice
ot such defalcation immediately upon
its using discovered.
Compromised With Their Creditors
London, September 10. John An
gus & Co., chemical brokers, who have
failed with U&biitics amounting to
$373,0-0, have compromised with tneir
creditors at tbe ra'e of 2s on the 1.
Italian Oflleers Arrested In Navoy.
Paris. September 10. Two Italian
officers nave been placed under arrest
in Savoy, charged with making
sketches of French forte.
Samuel Itorlej's Funeral.
London, September 10. The funeral
of Samuel Morley took place today
and wai of a semi-public character.
The remains were buried in the
Abbey Park Cemetery. Sir Wiliiam
Vernon Harcourt, Mr. John Morley
and many other Iberal members of
Parliament were present. The Lord
Mayor and the Corporation of London
All Danger Over at Celbadleas;na.
Havana, S3pt9niber 10 All danger
of further damage from tbe inunda
tion at Ceibad eagua is considered
Fearful Stat or Airalra In Tunqnln.
Pari?, September 10. The Univert
pnh'iehes a telegram from the Bishop
of Tonqujn saying that 700 Christians
bave been massacred and forty villages
burned in the province of Manlioa,
and that 9000 Christians are perishing
A HOST LIBEBAL OFFEKj
Thb Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
A Famous I'ase.
"Williamri'ort, Pa., September 10.
A verdict of not guilty was rendered
today in thecBeof theCo-nmonwealth
agiinst Shaw and Harrison, jointly
indicted with Ford, Lice and others
for assault and battery and kidnap
ping, Tne defendants are Pittsburg
police officers and were charged with
un'awfut'y a-iesting 8. B. Davis, cf
Waircn, and the case wai set dawn
for trial here under chance of veaua
from (he Supreme Court cf Pennsyl
vania. On motion of counsel for tbe
defence, the conspiracy count of tbe
indictment was quubed. The case ta
a famous one, growing oat oi compll
catei litigvion in Foiest and Alle
gheny counties. Tho ptosecutor w.'S
summoned to appear at Pittsburg to
make answer as receiver in the Ford
estate and was is contempt. The at
tachment was issued and tbe two de
fendant ordered to make tbe arrest,
which resulted in the now famous ctse.
The Kew ConiiiM lite las Work
Amid the Concrnlnlnllous ol
tbe F.ntire Tow jr.
Grksnvili.b, Mies , September 8
J uis d ly wss one o; grjat jibuee li
the inhabitants and men baits of Ms
pro perous citv. ti uat d on ths banks
of the great M seisipp; river. The
great event was the christening r f the
new compre'S and the great warehouse
of the (jreenville Uompres and are
house Company. Tto warehouse is
built of brick and iron, and la d off in
compartmenh1, and greasy reemriles
the New Orleans cotton vard. Tue
comorees is one of S.eer & Morses'
90 inch cylinders and is a line piece of
wcrlr. Ine warehousj and compress
were built under the suoervUion of
Superintendent Jr.mea Darke. The
wide awake man of the town, Mr. W.
A. Percy, delivered the opening ad
dress to the Urge audience of lalies
and grntlemen who had assembled to
w itness tbe great ceremony, which has
inaugurated one of the greatest er.txr
piues in the State. Miss L'zzie Rob
ertsbaw pulled the lever over the tJrt
bale compreesed, and Mi-s Ldy Prcy
broke a bottle of Rderer over
the p'ess Mr. W. P. McB.th,
the leading co;ton buyer of
this placa. and T, C. Car'a, of Meiid
ian, and R O. MiiFgrove, of Natchez,
and George II. Hall, t, of Mobile, tid
the hoopi of the first three bales
pres. el on the new pi-ets Mr. W. A.
Pollock, tbe president of the Green
ville Bauk, and a'so president of the
Greenville Compress Company, was
tendered quite an ova ion by the large
Rudienco for bia great work and enter
prise Rod his unt'ring energy in
building up an institution that will
bring prosperity and wealth to this
city. The fi s; bale tba'. wa9 com
pressed was raised by Mr. C. H.
Smith, of Washingiou county, a
planter who raises 3000 bales a year.
This bale reached here on the 17th of
August. After tho bale was com
pressed it was sold at auction by
Superintendent Barkoj and btigbt by
th9 staunch firm cf II &. N. Wileziu
skifor20 cents a pound. After the
christening the Reception Committee
invited the gursts pratt to tbe ad
joining shed, and there everyoae par
took of refreshments, and in bumpers
of champagne tbe people drank to the
prosperity of the new enterprise. Sir.
Cuppen, of New Orleans, has been ap
pointed foreman of tbecomprecB.
About Fifty Persons la a Dangerous
Chicago, III., Septembt r . 10. A
special dispatrh from Decatur, LI.,
says: About fifty people wre mye
teriouBly poisoned at a country wed
ding about five miles wear, of here
Wednesday nigh, and yesterday all
tae available physicians were hard at
woik attending the Bill eted persoos,
who wera ratcbing and vomiting vio
lently. Thomas W, Jacobs and Miss
Alice Glasgow were married at the
hou e of the bride's fathi r. Supper
was served at 9 o'clock, and included
chicken salad and boiled thicken, and
all ate heartily. An hour later the
biide and groom were tiktn sick,
manifesting symptoms of having been
poisoned. Pait of the company bad
lefr, but these rcmniniog were also
taken sick, nearly all doubling np and
vomiting. Great fright ensued. The
mother of the groom and others were
brought to D.catur, and the parties
were so much exhausted that they had
to be carried into houses bef jre they
reached the physicians. It hts been
learned that the chickaris for the salad
were cooked and sa ted in a bigc jpper
kettle. It is sdppcs d that the Bait
caused the metal to conode and mix
with tbe chicken. The people are a:l
quite nek yet, but the ooctors do not
apprehend a fatal termination of any
oi toe css-s.
Bndly JarriU. '
Ckawfjrimvillb, Ind . Septsmber
iu. iViise L.uiu lives, of Cincinnati,
O., made au f scetisinn in a gs bal
loon irom the lair grounds to
day and came near loaii.g hir life.
When five mile north and a half a
a mile above the earth, she attempted
to dec?nd. The grappling hook
caught but the acchoiagi was broken
by a strong wind which carried her
among eome treea, where tho balloon
was torn. The hooks gave way again
and she shot up 'SCO feet, when the
balloon suddenly burst and tho basket
dtscended hks lightning. She had
the presence of mind to brace herself
firmly against tbe top of tbe basket
and thus saved her life. She was
badly jarred, however.
The New York f'lotlilnir Cutters.
Nkw York. September 10. The
clothing cutters in the city shops went
out; on siriKO again today. Tiie griev
ances complained of are victimizing
(being discrimina'ed against because
they are union men), ordering the
men to renounce the union, and com
pelling them to work more hours per
dy than tbe rules of tbe union allow.
The Arbitration Committee of District
Aesembly No. 49. Knights of Labor,
visited a number of tbe manufacturers
today to cenfer with them on the eub-
ect of tbe grievances, but no settle
ment was effected.
Boston. Mass . 8entombpr 10. The
closing session cf tbe National Asso
ciation of Stationary Engineers was
held this afternoon. Tbe following
officers were elected: President,
Frank A. Fos'er, Now Haven; vice
president, R. O.Smith, New York;
secretary, G. G. Miner, Cincinnati;
treasurer, i. M. Barkr. Nabville;
conductor, M. M. Walbridge, Chicago ;
doorkeeper, Harry Knowlton, Detioit.
The next annual sesiion will be held
in Cincinnati Of Sepfember 8, 18S7.
Furniture Factory liumed.
Shkiioyoan. Wis.. September 10.
The main building of tbe Mattoon
Furniture Company's factory burned
early this morning. Loss, between
$50,000 and J00,00; insurance, be
tween $35,000 and 510.00). 'lhiee
hundred and fiftv men are made idle
by the fira.
Kenr York Central Earning".
New York. September 10. Tbe
treBSim r of the New York and Hud
eon River Railroad Company reports
the gross earnings for the month 'of
August 12,930,973, agaioet f 1,9:0,104
for the COne'Pondinor mnnth lnit fr :
an increase of $ 1,030,779.
THE WISTRVS CROPS.
SEP1EMBER REPORT OF THE
BUKEAU OF AGKICULTURE.
Improvement In the Wheat Yield
Decline In Corn The Con
dition of Cotton.
Washington, Serf 'inner 10. The
September report of the Department
of Agriculture shows a better yield of
spring tv beat than was expected a
montt go. The improvement is in
the Noithdrn belt, Wisconsin, Minne
sota and Dnkott. In Neb-aska thers
has been a decline; in Iowa little
ch?ne. The general average is 84, an
increase ( f 4 poin's. The average
y eld of the crop, ta far as tbe results
ofthrashirg arts reported, exceed 11
bushels, and may readi 11J bushels
per acre. .The thrashing of winter
wheat in the Oiiio Valley givej a bet
ter letarn than was expec ed at har
vest, and there is some improvemnt
in Missouri and Kansae. In the Mid
dle and Fa-tern Mates the percentages
of July are not materia' ly changed.
In the South harvest was disappoint
ing ar,d rains injure! tbe product in
the Bhock. The rtturrs indicate an
average yield of aoont ll'J hushe's per
acre. Tne entire wheat product will
apparency exceed that of last vear by
80,t:0 ,000 t- 90,000,OOJ bueheii. The
exact determination ot sr;a harvested
and results of thrashing are easily
equivalent to the variation of at least
2 per c nr.
Corn has dflclined from 81 in Au
gust to 77. In the S a'es of principal
production the status is as fiillnwn:
Kentucky, from 87 in August ti 90 in
Seplenib.-r ; Ohio, 88 to 89 ; Michigan,
80 in both rtturns; Indiana, 90 to 92;
Illinois declines from 77 to 72; Mis
souri, 75 to 62 ; Ksnsae, 72 to 62 ; Xt-bra-.kn,
7G to 6S; Iowa, 73 to 67. The
lo?s West of Iudisna in caused by
drouth. In the South At'antic States
there has been improvement; on the
gulf coat a slight improvement ex
cept in Txa', wiiere drouth has re
duced the condit'OD. The present
crop prospect, wita no further decline,
is 19 per cent, worse than last year,
and iadicntes 21 bushels per acre, or
nearly 1,600,000,000 bushels.
The cot' on returns show a vigorous
condition of tbe plant with latene-s
and deficiency in fiuiting. Theie hos
been improvement in most of the
Siatej, w th decided decline in Texas
and a little in Arkansas. Tbe indis
putable reduction of condition last
moi.tbin the south and west of Tex as
has ben emphasized in this return.
Tho average of condition of tho crop
(82) is sligftt'y above that cf August
1st tor the first time in September in
flitetn years. With a long and favora
ble antumn it ind'eates an avetaje
crcp, yet a decline in condition after
this dxte is usual. Insects- bave ap
peared in most of tbe S a'es with. little
loss so far, more from the b ill worm
tt:an the caterpillar. The Statefaver
ages of condition are: Virginia, 77;
North Carolina, 82; South Carolina,
81 ; Florida, 83 ; Georgia, 81 ; Alabama,
80; Mississippi, 82; Louisiana, 81;
Texas, 70; Aikaneas, 93; Tennessee,
The result of thrashing makes the
condition cf oats at harvest 91, a small
i eduction from earlier expectations.
1 be average of barley is 93, indicat
ing an average crop.
'the condition cf tobacco averages
Tbe number of fattening hogs are
apparently less by 6 per cent., with
some reduction in average weighr.
Cure of a Sprain.
Mackdos Ccktib, WiTsa Co., N. Y.,
February 28, 11385.
Some years ago I badly sprained my
storr.ach picking cherries, and have
suffered g'eatly ever since. Kotblng
has been eo beneficial si Allcock's
Fleeter. They entirely cured me of
that trouble. I have also been afflict
ed with a lame ankle, but these Plas
ters soon enabled metowa'k. I rec
ommend them whenever I have an
opportunity, as I have found them
verv ueful for nvar ton vphm. All.
cock's Piasters bave always done me
the greatott servic3, and I am every
day more and more convinced that no
household shou'd he without them.
. MRS. SUSIE A. B1LL3.
Mplenlo Apoplexy in I'eDusjI vauln.
Lancaster, Pa., Septembor 10.-S.
S. Snodgrass, a farmer in Little Britain
township, this county, lust week
brought ninety-six bead of Durham
itaers fiom Chioago. selling a number
t'j uiB iiHigiiUurs. jour nave Bince
difdat Snodgra83's farm from eplenio
apoptesy auu a number are very eick,
while several deaths bave occurred
among the stock sold in the neighbor
hcod. The disease is pronounced very
enntaxiou?, and the cattle have' been
In the Dear Old )?.
We differ in creed and politics, but
wo are a unit all tbe same on tbe de
sirableness of a flno head of hair. If
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as you did in the dear old days.
It is worth trying. The only standard
60 cents article for the hair.
Hie Mexican ItevoUillon.
St. Loui, Mo., September 10. A
New Lared j, Mexico, special says: A
courier has arrived from the front
with a report tbat 1 Coyote's gang is
currounded by the three detachments
of Cols. Salegiia and Teran and Capt.
Garcia Perez One regiment of artil
lery and two regiments of infantry
from the City of Mexico and two regi
ments of cavalry frera San Luis Potosi
are expected to arrive in Saltillo with
in a few days for service on the frjn
ter. Prof. Chs. Ludwig Von Seeger
Prafmoraf Mrdicbie at tit Jlnyal Cntntrritv j
Kmtht of the IWiyal Auitria Order qf tht run
Crowm; A'nuAt Oommander oftht Hoval Snan-
iik Order V Itabella; Knight (j the Jioyal
Pnunan Order of tltt Red Jingle; Ckeralier
o Hte Legi of llonor. Lie, J-jc , layl :
"MfcHIO CO. 'H COCA IIKEFTOSM!
should not be confounded with the horde
of train? enre-allt. It ii in no aente of the
word a patent remedy. I a in thorounhlx
oonveriant with its mode of preparation,
and know it to besot only a legitimate pbnr
macentioal product, bet alto worthy of the
hlirh commendations it has received in all
arts ot tne worm it contains ensence ol
. . e n li '. T i i
licei, vuu, yuiiiiuD, iiua ana vaiiiraya,
whirn are dissolved In pure aennine Span
ish Imiierial Crown Kherry."
Jnvaiuapie to all wno are Kan Down, ner
vous, ilyspeptic, Uillous, Malarious or af
flictoil wilh weak kidneys, fieware ot
Her Jta.t'ir Favorite Cosmetic
Vied Ik Iter Rnvnl Biglinen the Prince nf
Wnlrt and the nobility. For the Skin. Com
plexion, Eruptions, Chapping, Houuhneit.
810(1. Of druggists.
MERUJ'CO.'M Ueantna Hymn ol
Naraapnrllla is Raaranteed as the best
tiars ipartlla in the market.
Bi. X, liepor, s JILHKAT DIKtLI
I lf lint bclicrn thirt
Ayer's S:n s:iiarillahin
an cqiial us a remedy
for scrofulous llii
nior. It i lilensuiit
to. take, (.-Ives ht iviii;! 1)
and vinr to thu body,
ami prudiii'i'S n mora
pcrniain'M, lstli, re
sult tli.iu anv niedii'liie
I over used. K.
iXulnes, No. LindulcCV
1 havo iwil Avor's'
Sai-K.ipHrillii.ln m fam
ily, fur .Scrofula', and
know, If it H taken
f aithf iillj-, it will
this tci rilili disinp. J
W. F. ImihI.t. M. P.,'
(.ii-ocin illi-, Tr'iiii. j
For fmtv vmre I
have iiiliiirthviili 1'w.l
HliH'las. I have tried,
nil Milts of iinifdiee
ror my enmpinint, (ml
found no rvlirf until I
co in m en ceil nsine
After tnkliiit ten botJ
ties of UiIm uiedUlne t
am coinpktelv riired.
JIni v c. Aiiu.sbiiry,
novKpori, .lie. -
I have mtlVred, for
years, irom latarili,,
wlileli v;n so nevel-i
that it di-troved m
appetite and weakened1
my system. After trv.
lug other remedies,
mid gcttlno no relief,
trepan to take Aver'i
Sarsitjiai-illii, ami, 'in a
few moiit I is, was cti mi,
Susan L. Cook, IHl'J
Albany St., Hoston
!xstiierior to unv blood
ptirititr that 1' have
ever tried. I lmva
tiiken it for Scrofula,
Canker, and Suit
lllieiim, nud received
niueli benefit from It.
It Is pood, nlso, fop a
weak stomach. Millie
Juno IVirce, South
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Price ! I aix bottles, SS.'
DR. C. McLANE'S
' PIITUBCRH Pa.
BE SURE YOU flET THE GEWJIFTK. Tie
Counterffits are made inbtLoais, Mo.
Horses. Cattle, Sheep
'' DOGS, HOGS, POULTRY,
Iu tiR6 for over 20 yenra by Farmers.
Stockbreeders, Horso It. It., io.
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W STABLE CHARTS
Mounted on Rollers & Book Mailed Frea.
Humphreys' Med. Co.. 10 Kullon St.. N. T.
specific no. an
it iiK.il :i i'iri Thft nnlr iifri,sfil rem p1 iirT
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
o;nl Pn.'itrBtinn, frnm vrr-rmk fir n'lut cniiHt'a,
ifl iicr vinJ. f.r fi vin'ih nml I;ir vml MiH.iiT, tor $
ll Y imriltllH'iH. (ir bfiH -.-t iihiii im ret:iiii,ui
lluuifarr'llMMriiifri.. lull ullun ((., S 1.
Forty Yearn a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
"FOR FORTY YKAR8 I hare been a lc
tiin to CATARRU three-fonrlhs of the time
a sufferer from KXCRUL'IATIHW HAI1N8
AC1R088 MY FOKEHKAD AND MY NOS
TRlIiH. The disoharires wore so offensive
that I hesitate to mention it, except lor the
good it may do some other sufferer. I have
spent a yonnc fortune from my earninss
during my forty years of sufleringto obtain
relief from the doctors. I have tried iiatent
medloines every one I eould learn of from
the lour corners of the earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST (57 years of an) have met
with a remedy that has cured rue entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 128 pounds,
and now weixh 14). I used thirteen bottles
of the medicine, and the only reitret I have
is, that being in the bumble walks of lite I
may not have influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufforen to use what has cured me
Uulnn's Tioneer Blood Itcnewer
"No. 267 Beeond street, Macoa.tfa."
"Mr. Henry Cheves. the writer of the
above.eTnrmerly cf Crawford eounty, now of
Maoon, (la.., merlte the conddenoe of ad ln
terested in caurrh. W. A. IH'FF,
" Ex-Mayor of Macon."
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tXACOit .JEIMCINE CONPANT.
Inn BELT or Ke
nmrt- tor is made ex
t' '.v';,7'-v generf
ressly lor the curt
ol degeneration ot
the generative or
gans. There is no
tirs Ll FOFL' s?7 misrakeabod tbisin
tbeu to healthy aotlnn. Do nit oonlounil
this with Kleotrio Delta advertised to con
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specifio purpose. For circulars giving tall
nformat ion. address Cheever Electric Belt
Cu.. lo5Washinton street. t'Mr,r . III.
To Real Fbtute On ner and Agouti.
UARTIES having sidewalks to put down
ST will find it to their Interest to apply to
W. B. LOCKKY, 32 Madison, or shop, 34S
Renond. Contractor for Btewart'i (irano
fn?V.r c . tinuons stream ol
lv'FM TirV I meatln. through the
f;iL l V,,i;V II U.I roarts must restore
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rimpc In Company' Ilulldina-. e. 41 .tlmllnon Nlre IMeniptiN, Tenu,
. T. FOR I LK, Free. I JN. OVKRTON. Jr., VlrrjcFroe. I J. H. tiHlTH, Her'r
P.M. IIIW Tt H, Aalinnl heerelHry.
IHni.CTOIIS-.? II.BH00K8,ot lirooks, Nce'y ,t Co. R. L. COFFIN, of Pil'ard 4 r, ffin ;
1). T. I'i'HTl.R, of l'niter i Viacrae: JOHN OVKRTnN, J., J. O. Mll.L, J. K.
OuDWliN, of J. H.tlndwin Js Co.; J. M. UnuDB R. of Ooodbnr A Co. i
.... J. M. I'll ILLll'-j, HAitDWln FKRKS
l ouunenrrl Itiivinrroln I-.H7. l onwa rsul, Over llnir n Million.
Vuvllinir I'aiierlnllv IkeairtHl.
Also Represents the SpmnonEi.n Fma. of
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE
39 Union St., Memphis, fenn.
J. T. lARtASOM.
0. 0. BBIH.
I. T. FARGA
SSF) Trnut Ktroet,
Oettea consigned to ts will have our careful attention. We carry at all times a well-
selected stock ol
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquorsjcbacso & Cfgara,
will MVf ft f rw mw f ht t 0mmm
W. T IJOH 1MCE.
31 nml :1G ailisoi.
A. VACO ASO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE l)Kl"T,
I reel anil
v'"M::.iA v i n 4 is Vtr h K l IK II lr If'
IRON & RAILWAY SUPrLY DEP'T, 2M and 228 Swoud St.
(Successors in this JepiirtTTtont to JOHN M AN0UUE.)
snrWrlte ns for lornrm.tinn on ANY T H IV (4 in line.
BieeeMon to P0BTEK, TAILOB C0H
no. SOO JFROTtfT STREET, t i TJlTclKSFUIK. TENN
J. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & 09,,
33G ftecond Wtrect, JlemirlilN.
LARflR AND COMI'LHTE STOCK OP
Mnlnrinls. Primns. Iriv Well., Iron. T.nn.1
HILL, FUTAK & CO.
Cotton Factors and
JPront St., Homp1il, Texm.
HILL, rOlMIfJE & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oercliants,
T7o. 11G Ron th Ha
llanutiicturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER IN
NF.TFKR riPr. JMHtTIiArVD CKMEJVT.
FM7K MKIIKOS, JtOSKIHTK HKHKI'T,
TI1.K, FI Id; CLAV IIAIIC and FIICE URICK, Et(
9 ri?OWT tm.TKWT. MEMPHIS TFTTTJ.
Jlebn fj. naiiirnn.
71ioletalo Grocsrn, Cotton ITaetora
And Commission Hzrchants,
232 and 234 Front St, lempliis, Tern
V, SAI5IT devotes hli whole time to
Jo 0r charge. CuUon Warehouse.
t?pringlitld, Mass.; Oeokou llous Inburanci
Citv, of Chattanooga, lenn.
I. L. W00D8OJ
IJejaphla, Ten it.
Hi,. : Wtinhl. T"n
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
Kioto 174 Adams St., Meinphir
O. W. MACHAE.
0. E. WITT.
PbUMDKltS, OA3 AND HTBAM VITTERIs
nnl -Dnnr. Pine, FlTi'ir. ttl.ilm.
In (It., fit. Joulm.
O. W. TOMMN: WM. BENJK8.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomliu & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphlx.
Offer ri eclal inducements In Open Rnirsles
of our own make, at )"'; Top knuiries ul
our own make, at $120. All work wr
rantod. Call belore you buy.
ir Havlns disposed of nnr entire stock of
Vehicles and t'iC Manufaotnrins boiiarl
ment to Messrs. TOM LIN A UEN'JhS, we
bespeak for them a oontinunnne of the
paTonaee so lone esteaded to us.
CARRIAGE ft lUROWAHB CIlMPANT.
I. 1. Cls; k.
the weighing and sale of 'Jl Cettoi eatrwM
WILL be opened Jnne 1st. This noted
watering-place is situated sii mile
Irom '.tna Furn.re, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa ruLrrmd, in ilicknian eounty
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at Jitne
and will oonrey guests to sprir.ss at a yer
lloitrrtt Per Month i III Fer
Sr lHl HnlM so iHiulllee.
We invite all who wish to epeod the most
Pleasant season of Ineir lives to eome to
and health. Good water and pure air in
1U KIH.KNTOS BK4M.,
Liverymen, CentreviHe, Tenn.
K. A. DRAN, I'rop'rC'entreville Hotel.
jKANI IKITKL, ALI'M MVMIIsWS.
llockhridue Co., Va. ilitrh up in the
iririnia mountains. Pirturesriuesurronnd
inss.extensivoand beautilully shaded lawn.
tas, electrio bells, nnd all modern improve-
menu. Two duilv uixlls, post, telegraph and'
expres offices on the premises. Table the
very best. Luxuriously lurnished rnomsi
sui erh band ol music. Send lor illustrated
pamphlet. Chnrsc moderate. Opcnforvil
Itors, June l.Mh. ',irr: Aum, Chnlvbala
and fwt.mr. R. T. w I l,ly.L' H'lN.Man'sT.
Anionc; the Northorn Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hnn
dreds of daiisrHtlnl plncos whore one can pass
thesumiurr months in quiet rot and enjoy,
uient, and return home at the end of the
heated term onupletely rejuvenated. Kaoh
recurring season brines to Oconomowoe,
Waukenha, Heaver Dam, Krontenac, Oko
boji, .Minnpli.nkn, Wbile Hear, and innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best people
whose winter homes areon either side ol Me
son and liixon's line. Lleganre and eom
fort, at a lumlorale cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, with all
necessary Inlorma'ion pertaining thereto, it
being distribute I by the Chioaoo, M n.Win
Kia and Ht. I'.i't. 5.AI1.WAT, and will hi rent
free upon applioaU.n by letter to A. V. H.
Cariiontar, (loncral Pitsset ger Agent, Mil
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY.-The excellcn
of the cultine. ami ncooinmotlMtions rhap.
auleristio of this hotel during the past three
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
excursion tlrkets to thn Snritir. hv fhj. 1
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returninv, to pronred on first train
Hicceeding arrival in Louisville.
V IV tilt NT. I'm- .1. ( KTNO.Sun't.
mi. i). s.
.No, 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MKHrillH.
IKatitbliiihod In W.I
DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all par
ties interested ns b fur the most suc
cessful phvsiciau in IheTrcniinetitol' private
or sennit diseases. Quick, pet :!utnont curei
Euaranteed in every rase, male or fnn-ele.
Hocent casus 'of (,unorrha and Syphilis
cured in a f .w days without thu ue of mer
cury, chiui lie ot dig' or hindrance trom
business. Socon'Ur.Vt,;vrhllis, the lent ves
tige eradicated witl"Vr.i:e use of rru-rcury.
Involunsary loss ol'retm n sti tiped iu shork a
time. Suflorers from iiiipoteui-y or Ions ol
sexual )"Wrs restore to Iroevn.ir In frw
weeks. Victims of sell'iibuse and exrei -ive
vonery, suiTering from stionriatMr. I,a jnt
lossof physical and mental nom r, "lily
and ieriiianent!y cured. Tart cnliir utt n
tion paid to tho Mou.-e. "f Wnui. u, and
euros guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
withnut the use of caustic or the kmle. All
ciinsultat otis strictly cnritiilciitial. ,Vdi
cincs sent by etpiesg to all parts of tho
sr Workinamen enred at half the usual
rates. I'flice hours IroiuHoV k a.m. 1o i
o'clock p.m. II, 8. JOHNSON. M.l).
bonlt of KHI pages.,
he best book for
11 TilfrOT'lPllIrt " n eprl.
iU'ltrltl lOini-gcnced ci otherwise.
r - .imAn eontalns lists ol
newspapers and estimates oi.the oost of ad
vertising. Tiieaivarlisvr who wants to spend
one dollar, finds ln.lt ,tbe information he re
quires, while torrfhlm who will invest one -hundred
thnusandMollars in'.advertising, a
scheme Is Indicated which will meet nil
every reun irment. or can be niada to do so
by sua lit obaninw easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and filly-three,
editions have bee-) issued. Sent, postpaid,
to any address lor tun ttlii.
Amilv to 4
P. ROWKLL CO., NKWSPAPMI A D-
VKKTISINO UURIv.AI'.liiSpraoest. (Print
lnv Mouse Srinnre . New Vnrw.
Ask mar retailor (or i-Orlirlnnl S3 Hhoe
- liowsroof Iinlutloiia.
Mens Oennlae siulwee bciulug ihlaHtamp,
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.'
Iladelnlluttoa.OonsTeaeand lce. Be Calf
cvtrt, uni.Ariieii ui umw
lil V, Comf orl and A pvMar
SMure. A laMtalcarl sent CO
tiswlll lirlua vou Informa
tion llOWtOgr'Lt'llS lllO la
sugr itiuui or Territory.
1 I,lnooin bi .
Till iiioe atandi hWwir In theestlmatlfri of -
lfrers Uian any olli. r in in.i worm. inou.
eamTOiowoM It wlU teU yuu tuo rou.n it yon
asK lllOUA. '
Okhci Mkhi'iiisj (Iasj Lkiiit Cohpanv,.
Maupiiin, Tkmn. )
BY order of tho board ol Directors, of tho
Memphis Oas Light Company, made
July f, lHWi, a meeting ol the stodhulders I.
said onnipany was culled to i n neiu on .non
day, October 4, lssil, st the office of the com
pany, In Memphis, at 12 in., to consider ani
fl'-t upon a contract luii'ln by the Hoard oi
Director with Taxing District of Shlb
county, a copy ol which contriicr nas neec
i.nl l,v mull In nnoh stuolc holder. In furthel.
pursuance of said order of lite Hoard, ootid
ol sai l meeting is hereby nivon to tho stock
holders ol said company, and ilicy lire earn
estly rnuosted to bo present, or send proxies
with their Instruction! as to the voting of
their stock upon tins proposition to accept
or reject said contract.(jsi,i)ii
Secretary of Memphis Has Unlit Co
JSepteiuber 1. lHHii.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
fire, wvintl, Witter itiKl lliclilwlns;
prr Suitaolo for all kinds of buildlncs.
Kor prlcos and estimates at Iwitory rites.
Cull on or address
MEVrilLS METAL 4 WOOD MF'O CO.,
438 ft 440 Main St., and 21 ft 23 Mulberry St.
Ilead'iuiirters lor Iron K-tic s and Cre'tler,
tiaivanlzed Iron fornice.'l n H riufthtovrs.
No. 5 '51. R. I).-
-Chancery Court cf fihelbr
ol Teunesseo vs. Sarab)
.Morrison et al.
BY virtue of an lnterl"cutory decree for
sale entored in the abovo cause on the
St h day ot lccnmber, M. II, 60, page
M21, I will soil at publto auction, to the high
est blddor, in front ol the Clark nnd Mas
ter's other, courthouse ol bhelby county,.
Memphis, Tannestee, on
liutar-lnjr, Neptt sillier 1!, lfl.
within legal hours, the following descritxc'
property, situated in Shelby county, Tel
nesee. to-wit :
N. ! Intnl. fronting 24!4 feet on the ea-l
aide ol Chickasaw st'-et by a depth cf H'-i
trot, siini lot being 7IS. loot soutn cl Win
chester street. Sold as pioporty of the un
known I etrs of J. A. O iskett.
Part ol country lot MS, fronting 37 fset on
the north sido of Auction street, by a dcplQ.
of W,i feet. Sjld as property of Sarah Mor
rison and others.
Lot l"il, tronilng 37 fest on fho enstsido
nf Mi.in street, by 14c' teot deeit, 744 loet
north of Auction street.
Terms ol Sale On a credit of six inontcs.
note bear ng interest, with security, re
quired: lien retained; redeniption barred.
llns vitn nay or auru'i, irvwi.
&. I. MoDOWKLL. Clerk and Vaster.
Tly R, F. Coleui.in, lieputyC. and. VI.
F. II. ft C. W. Ilelskell, soliclrors.
KKOOKI.l Sf,W. T. Board on the 11111.
Mrs. II. C, Howard. Washington
Park. Rooms large: location dolwhifu'.
Convenient to otrs to Manhattan liearh.
Coney Inland, Long Beach and Centra! I'arkt
also Iu Hew I ora places ol auiuseuieuv.
ii, t ,s.rma;--sr.-.j ttt.