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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1886.
OYER THE WATER.
BEATING AX IRISH BAILIFF TO
Strloug Accident la a Vienna Church
SeTeral Hundred Persons In-Jered-Financlfll
B.cbliw, September 13. Tcree
mooaliRhter raidi look place last
night, all of them close to the head
quarters of Gen. Sir Red vers Ballar.
William Cufle, a bailiff who had
made himself very obnoxious bv his
cruel treatment of a woman whom he
had recently evicted, went early to at
tend mass in the Belie ana Chapel.
When the men and women who were
in the chapel noticed Cuffe's pretence
they became very indignant and the
men aiascea mm irom the tmiidintr.
When they had him ou'side they
turned him over to the women, who
were DfRaics lor a cnance at Dim
Among three women were twelve tbat
Cnfle tiad evicted. These women were
fnrionr, and tbey fell npon the bailiff
and t8t him nnmercilally. fcubss
qaemly the priest, who is also the
president 01 trie lorai nrancu 01 ine
Katicml Ltfgae, admitted the bat
tered t a 1 II 10 near mass, and this
mercy for tin unfortunate man has
almost caus.d a rebellion againat the
Londow, September 13. Discount
ws inaciiva during the past w ek at
2J f jt the account on the Stock Ex
change, Busineta continued to be of
a tolklny cbaracti r. Where chants
in prices occurred tbey were slight
snd downward. Toe tusttt.'ed puril
tioo ofatlairs In tae Kst has aflected
pries. American inilwar tecurities
shotted tho most activity. Quti
tioos wfre Hteaily acd therewrsa
daily upward movemei t. Numerous
genuine investment dealings were
noted, md there was a pMtitul'rly
active demand for shares of the New
York Central, Chicago, Milwaukee
and fr't. Paul ouitnon, Lnke ftiore
and M chigen Sontbtro, New York,
Lake Krie snd We ti rn and Cleve
land, Columhm md Cincinnati. Yes
terday tho market closed very firm at
toe best point of the weeek.
Paris, September 13. On the Bourse
during the pait wetk prices were 11 rm
and builnees was inac ive throughout
until je tetday, when the market be
came deprtfestd under rumors of im
pending war belwten AuBtria and Kus
eia, and there ansa general fall. Still
the woek'a vail-tionsahow the f blow
ing Inert a eg: New loan, 22c; 3 per
cent, rentes, 25c; rrtdit fonder, 12f:
tiwt canai, llf. Panama canal fell
off lOf. . A circular issued by the
French Cable Company announces aa
lncr. ase of 122 per cent, in trallio un
der the ioflnence of the reduced tariff.
The Executive Jtojrd refers tho ques
tion of-corjt nuing the reduced ta e to
a meetlnx of shareholder.. The board
protista aairst the report that the
French Company charge agenti of
the Commercial Company with ex
citing prt judlce against the pcol com
paoiis by s'atemen'S that will rain
their ratta t) 3 shilllnKS per word if
they suoreed in defeating the Com
Frafokt, Septemhar 13. -Dal
log. on, the Bourne were limited anil
prices were irregular, doting the worst
of the week. Aue'riin sold rente cloned
at 1)6.40; AirtrUu tilver at titl.50;
Hungarian gold route at 87; AiiBUimi
credit at 2.25; chert exchanges on
tandem at 20 42; exchano on New
Yo. k at 4 25, and priv.te discount, 1.78.
Berlin, .September 13. Prices on
the Bonrce were tlrin throughout until
yesterday, when they became weak
under the influence cf realizations
and the newB of lower prices of foreign
llDurjetj. Anst'lrn, Hungarian and
Russian securities fell J pr cent.
Short exchange on Louden closed at
SO 41; long exrhinoo at 20.014, and
private distnuut at 1J.
Dynmulle at tqnrarllles.
Maiwullk-i, September 13. A
dynsmits cartridge was exploiodnt
midn'ght li Kt night In the principal
gateway of the MawMllpa dockB, do ng
some UAiiiiig. The placing of the
cartiijga whs evidemly malicious.
Paulo la Vienna t'hiirrh.
Visnna, Septftnber 13 During the
colebrnt on of early mau In the I'il
griniii;e church, in Kadna, Transyl
vania, yet-tartUy morning, a psnlo
waB caused by the noeiilenul burning
of the n tar curtains, which were set
on tire by the candles. People rushed
from the building, trampling the weak
Underfoot, and cumbers of the occu
pants of the g.l'erits leaned down on
the brads of trie c-oad below. Several
hundred persons were injured, many
of them serious y.
Rational t'l.hrrlea Question.
Paris, Sep'ember 13. ThsrFreuch
authorities at Havre have just seised
eleven fishing boat) f jr infringing the
international maritime and fisheries
las in the channel.
Lt l'ari ssys the boats were seised
in rrpri al for the recent arrest by the
Britinh authorities of French fishing
boiti eff Fo kestono, on the other side
cf the channel
To Be Drought ta She Allenllon sf
London, September 13. James
Round, Cons rv.tlve member of Par
liament for Harwich, haa given notice
of his intent'oa to call the att-ntion
of the governmeiit in the House cf
Commons to the seizure bv the Fror cU
authorities at Havra of Kngllsh fish
Farmer Mint llriil.
Dublin, September 13. A man
tamed James Greene was shot (loud
near Kanis la t nig'it. He had taken
farm from wlne'i the tenant ba 1
been evicted. Gen. Buller is inquiring
into ths caie. No nmsts have been
I.ee Wlas llie Bralliuu Mnlrli.
Londin, Soptt mbsr 13. A sculling
niBt:n between ueorgs v. j,ee oi
New Jersey, and Neil Mattorsoa, the
AoRtrdbau oanmna, took place today
on tne rnamea ch mplon'liln course.
and was won by Lee. The time to
Hammersmith was eight minutes and
forty-two seconds, or ten stond bat
ter than tbe 1fh' previous lecord.
The t'oloninl Inlrrrala of Uerniany
Bkhlin, Sep'ember 13. Tli9 cou
grs ta promote the colonial interests
of G jimanv was openrd today iu th'S
city, l) . Willinu J. fetera, the G r
maa Air can explorer, pwsiiled. Herr
Jammssch ea ct tde oriect oi ttiecii
grefs was t) form a Btrng lo'itital
party for the mpprrt oi ttmGover.r
mom's color.iil aims. Dr. Peters,
J 1 -rr Jimniasc'i, Count Uebe rnlel
aad AdBiril L'vooius Kooll, iro:n
Frsgne; Wolff, from Transylvania,
and Koseritx, from Port Yallegie, wrm
I elected presidents Seetiocs were
lormta to discuss practical coloniza
tion, emigration, missions, and the
preservation of the German language
and German customs among the col
onist?. Mills te Shut Dtwt.
Amstirdam, N. Y., September 13.
The striking spinners in Schuyler A
Blood's mill did cot go to work this
morning. The Fpii.ners' Afsembly
has rewlved to stand by the .takers.
All the mil's in town belonrting to the
Knit Goods Mann f tetania' Associa
tion will shut down tonight, throwing
2OC0 bands out of employment. A lorg
and bitter fight is probable.
London, September 13. The chol
era returns from Italy since the lent
icport are as folloax: Ravenna, 8
new cases, 5 deaths; Torre dell An
nunciate. 15 new cases, 0 deaths; all
other infected district", 40 new ctses
and 19 deaths. Several cas?s have oc
curred in Naples and Genoa. The
total number of cases in Italy aince
the outbreak of the direaie is 45,000,
and the to'al number of deaths 14,000.
Spanish International Esblblllon.
Bahckmna, September 13. An in
ternational exhibit'on, under the au
spices of the Spanish Government,
will be bold here from September,
1887, until April, 1888. The exhibi
tion will include all things connected
with agriculture, industry, commerce,
navigation, electricity and education.
In order to enouraue the d'splsy in
novelties the government will gua an
tee the pro ection of Spain to the ex
hibitors of inve n'ions capable of being
patented, and of draw line, models and
Mailing by Klrnlriritr.
Dovsr, Septener 13 The yacht
Volts, prorelled by electricity, str ed
heccs across the channel to Calais on
her trial trip today. She made a sue
ceeaf ul voyage
Tbe MnrquU of Ten.
Mabheii.i.eh, September 13 The
Marqu:sif Teens rirs postpoued his
depn ture f ir China and has started
for Swt.iihr.d, his son being se
The Uermau-t'lilllna Trlbiionl.
Hantiaoo I) a Cittti, Sep'ember 13.
Tbe German-Chilian tribunal to.Uy
began inqniriog into thecliimsot Ger
man subject) ariaing from the late war
witb Peru and Bolivia. The time fix 'd
for the. Inquiry of tbe Franco Chilian
tr huoa1 expiies on November lttth,
and that for tbe Italian-Chilian
tribunal on October 7th.
THE CAPI1YR APACHES
At Rna Aulonls, Tex.Crowda Nitr
rouutl Their Prlaoa Urounds.
Cuicaoo, III., September 13 A
Timet special frjin San Antonio, Tex.,
says; The Apache and Cbiricahua
hottiles captives and their chiefs,
Natchez and Geronimo, continue t
abeorb all attention. Visitors were
rigidly exe'uded from teeing Ihem
Sunday. Tbey spent lbs day in play
ing cards in their ten's or smoking
and sleeping cn the sward. Geronimo
tays hs wau'B to go to Florida, where
his three squaws are. He does not
claim the tqutws who were witb him.
Lawton will leave here for his post in
a few days, lis was engaged jcater
day in making out his oflicinl report.
The report ni l donbtlens be a highly
interettlnir dicnment. hut will be a
Stile secret uutil promulgated from
tea. 'quarters in t ashirgton. Jawtoa
haa been heretofore accredited w.th
the rapture of tbe savages. He is a
moilett and brave rrai. He would
n 't de r.ve the cilicer who made the
rapture of kis credit or receive tbe
surrender. The man who is entitled
to the h inor is Icnr. Chnrlea B. Gate-
wood, of the Sixth Cavalry. Gutewood
sent out two r f bis scouts to Gt-r mimo's
camp in response to the latter s s'gr al
with a flag of truce, and had followed
shortly afterward, and was tnlkini to
tioroninjo wnen Law! on rode up.
Ga'owood delivered tho Indians to
Ltwion, who turned them over ti
Gon. Miles. Although the people
were denied admieHion to tbe inclo-ure
wbeie n the Indians were onflaed.
thousands gnthered about it and
fought with each ether for places of
advantage, wheM they could peep
tnrougu tne gratings ot tne iron gates.
Several ropkus showers fell in the af
ternoon, but they did not drivd the
crowds away, and they staid there un
til u was eo dark thht to gliinpeeol
tne savages ronld be obtiUeil. J tie
crowds hive become s rude iu their
curiosity as to be a great annoyance to
the ollicers and prisoiiers, all if whom
complain bitter y thereat.
JAElHfS (ONFilrtMIAL CLERK
Arreatrtl and Arrnl(nel la the Gen
eral Nrlons Court.
New Yobk, Saptembor 13 It is said
that convict Jaehne's frieuds despair
of his pardon now. The rumor that
the ex-alderman a man, Alter, was a
prisoner at police headquan era, proves
to be well founded. He returned from
Canada about ten days ago and was
arretted Thursday night by detectives.
Alter has told Inspector Bvrnes since
all he knows about Jaehne's bneiot as
methods, not only as a "fence," but as
a po i ician. Alter admits tbat ho per
jured himself in Jaehna's trial. D s
triet A'torney Mur ine considers him
a valuable witnes. Alter is 38 years
old, but has aged five years latoly and
is all broken up in spiri's. 11 went
into Jaihue's employ in 1875. At toat
time be says that Johne was in Eu
rope with two well known thieve?,
Anitv Curtin and Jim Stuart. Cnriln
and Stuart turned their spoils ovtr to
Jaebne and he sent it t) this city,
Curtin is now ins Lmdon prison.
Geor.'e W. Alter, tbe confidential
and business manKerot ex-Alderman
Jaehne, was brought from police hrad
qusrteia to the Gtnrral Sessions Court
today. He was arra'gned at ths bar
andiht'g'd with perjury. Ho pleaded
not guihy. Aft r th s A'ter was sent
to the Tombs pnson to await trial. No
biil a as fixed iu his ose. The indict
mont against bim was found on May
10th list, m the testimony of John
Tbe Ottrdrnhln Murder Mystery.
Fort Smth. Ark , September 13.
The Gardenhin murder mystery is
being unrave ed today, and several ai
rests have been mad". Mrr. tiarden
hin, an old woman of 70. who formartv
led a fast life, was lound dead in her
house yetterdav morning, with a bul
let hole through her head and another
through her body. Laet night the
Adams bove. her dauubter-in-law's
h-o'.herp, we e ar,cted for trie crime.
Tin xuppraition is tbat theee boys
wnre iKHtipaiod to commit the murder
by Mrr'. GAidenhin's danghto:-in law,
nhom t -0 olii woiuaa htd ihreatttntd
Io vod a-ik mo for my secrtt,
Why my ketli are pea.ly white?
Why my breath is ever irng'nntY
And my gums me rr;rv bright?
My reoret's oft hem u'ld bf'no
Use SOZOtOST. And Lo'.hing more.
SUMMARY OF THEIR COSDITiOS
UP TO DATE.
Grain Beyond Danger of Frost Good
Profpects for an Aver
Chicago, III., Geptember 13. The
following crop summary will appear in
this week's issue of the Farmers' Be
view: Tbe corn crop bad a week of
hot and crowding weather, and the
majority of reports received at the
close of tbe wetk indicate that the
crop is well past any serious danger of
fros-. And in portions of Illinoi,
Mirsonri, Kansas, Iowa and Wiscocsio
the grain is a ready sufficiently ma
tured to resist any injury fix m light
fros s. The gsneral averages indicated
by the reprrta during the past four
weeks have not changed in any partic
ular degree. In a general way tbe
prospects are still very good for a full
average yield in Ohio, Michigan, In
diana and Minnesota. The average
prospect ve yield is lower io Illinois,
Wisconsin, Missouri and Iowa, and
ranges low in Kansas snd Nebraska.
The averages given last week are va
ried from oily slightly. The average
fir 1'linois, according to repoits
from twenty-two of te principal corn
growing couniies, is between 62 and
05 per cent., and five of the
c until s report that the crop is out
of al) danger from free'. The mrst
encouraging reports f om Illinois come
from Lae, Fcrd ar.d Murjtau count es,
and are tha only ones reporting a
prospect of a full average yield. The
average is the lowrst luEiwardaand
Merrer couLt'ep. In twenty counties
cf Iowa the gfneial average ranged
from 9 to 63 par cei.t. In Ca sand
Carroll counties the reports show the
crop will give a full average yield. In
Madison, Decfct'ir, Muion and Appa
nois countiei the average falls from 2i
to 35 per cent, of an averagi yield.
The telegraphed average of 61 pjr
cint. rent last wetk should have been
applied to Iowa instead of Gain. In
Kansas the lowest average reported is
25 ptr cent, and tbe highest 103. The
ave-age for the S'ate ranges fr.im OS
to 72 percent. In Missouri the av
erage for the fifteen sctttf red counties
fills below 50 per cent., witi a general
average of 68 pi-r cjnt. Io W scona'n
some of tbe Cjun ies indicate very low
averages. In Grant, Fond dn Lac,
Sheboygan and Sbelhy tbe yield
is placed from ten to fifteen bushels
per scrrf. Tbe average for the State
rurs very low. Ful y ne-hlf the
counties of Minnes'tt rrcdict a full
avtrape yield. In Pipestone onnty
tbe yield promises to be the largest
ever ra'ted in that county. In Michi
gan the yield wi 1 be near y a full
average, and in Indiana will probab'y
exceed the yield of a year ago. In
Nebra-ka the yie'd si ill bs f ul y 85
per cmt. of an average crop.
The reports continue to inoicate
that early plant d potatoes promise a
fair yield, while nearly all late planted
potatres are ve y pcor, indicating
generally Iws than one-fourth the
usual yield. Tbe average for trtii
crop will excred very little more than
one-halt the nsual yield.
J .ate rains have improved toe pict
ures .somewhat in Iowa and Illinois,
where the gra s in many sections is
rspotted Bhoit, but 'arc en. In other
largo rentinns pastures se reported
dry and fhort, and rattle bnu. In
many portions of I linois, Missouri,
I iwa, Minnesota and Kansas orn is
being ent in lt-rye quant ties for fod
der. II gi are reported light, but
generally bealihy. Ho cl o'era is re
ported in Jasper county, Illinoia, and
in Orsge c runty, Missouri, Logs aie
dying from en uukriown ditimee.
A HO.HT MBKRAL OtrER
Thb Voltaic Bklt Co'.,' Marshall,
Mich., odor to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bults and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in scaled onvolone with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
Milwaukkr, Vt'ia , Heptembsn 13.
Advices from Florence, Wis., state
that considerable apprehend in is felt
there cir.cerning U o tuts of Samuel
Crawf ird, i f Point PliMant. W. Va .
who disappear; d m stei iouslyirom tha'.
region about a month sso. (Jrawlord
left Flor. nee on the llltb ulfmi. At
Iron Mountain, it is caid. he deposit-. d
$22,01)0 In bonk, end alter having a
cliei k for $1300 cr shed went down tbe
line of the Milwaukee and Northern
road to explore some lands. Craw.'ord
has not bam heard from s' nee. His
money is still in tbe bank at Iron
Mountain and bis ovticiat and aatchel
are at Florence. Crawford was about
55 years r f age, Bhort hair and clean
shaven, roul piny is feared.
EneoiirMKement for tbe Feeble.
Bo lone at the falllnr ernbtri of vitality
IT oapilble of bains rWlnillBil intn m. virm
and inil alow, lint ao long there ia bna
lor tbe weak ana naoUted Invalid. Let
him not, tnerefnre, dipond, but derive en
oouraasment from thin, and from tbe further
lot that there n arettorttire moit potent In
renewlnt the dilapidated noweri oi a broken
down ajatem. Vri. thank, to Its unexam
pled tonic virtue., llottetter'i Stomach Hit
ter! it dallr reviving ttrenatb In the noditi
and hope in the mindi of the feeble and ner
tou. Appetite, retreshibi ileep, the aoqul
lition of Hoih and oolor, are blei.inaa at
tendant npon the reparative procoaiee whirh
thil prireleie invlaorant epeedilj initiate!
and carriei to a luccraaftil oonolu.tnn. 1)1
leatlon li reitored. the blood lortiliied, and
tuitenance atorded to each life luniainina
oraan bj tbe llitlem, which ii inoffoniive
even to tbe feminine palnte, nntnb!a in
I'oinroeitiun und thorouthly aafo. Uie it,
and regain vigor.
ppotaiuirnli by the Pope.
New York, September 13. -Arch-blehon
Co riiran rtceived a ciibb g nm
from Home th:s morning annonucing
the appo'ntuiect of tbe Very Kev. P.
A. Lndden, of St. Pet r'-s Church,
Troy, N. V., ns bishop of t( e new dm
cxreof Syracuee, N. . The Veiy Rvv.
P. A. Lr.dden is the Vicar Ueceral of
the bishop of Albany. The sure ca
ll egrsm announced the appointment
of the Very Kv.;Lae;ienctfScnlon, cf
Sa t Lake Ci'v, Utah, ss a titu ar
b shop and as V.car Apostolic of Utah
We t'autloat All Agnluat Thrill.
of Kly'a Cream Balm a real cure for
catarrh, hay fevtr and cold in the
head has induced many adventurers
to p'a o catarrh medicines bearing
some rneembiance in appearance, style
or name upon the market, in order to
trade upon the rputation of Kly's
Cream Halm. Don't be deceived. Buy
only Flj'a Cream B.lin. Manv in
your iiumediao locality will ttstify in
lrgbts'. commendation of it. A por
tee ii applied into eachnotnl; no
pain; agreeable t us. Pried 50 j.
I.ona of Life by a Can lax MihI(.
Sckanton, Pa., Sentomber 13. A
seiiotiH cave-in orru'red at the Mar
vine eha!t this nnri ing. One man
was tiken out dod. Six men sre en
trinbMl u;ivo. H Bnuing par.ioj are
bedaaerooa aewell aa dmreain complain. It
Dwloted. a lenda. bv lmpuni nutriuon. and Oe
praaing the tune ot the fUBt, BieP" Uie way
E EST TONIC
ind onp1tlf fL'nrm Ilyapepsila to all
. 1 1 fiirt barn, lit Irhlntf. TaMin the
ti lonu, i
lAtJsel tilB KDIMvtitA Anal aMat thaW BlIliiTlUlfiifrn (K flHad.
U. It eaonchM and punllaa toe biuua,stimu
Bkt. J, IT Komitii, tbe hrmored paatsjr of tlisl
Vlntt Refurmtx Gbunib. Btltimora, Md., Mya:
hq nrown's iitMi Ditvwn iur ijiipajpsn
An X tak grrt plsMswra In nnxnn-
ind inTutvattir, tvnd very stm liitming."
Mom. Joacra O. Suit, Judit of Gironit Owrt,
(Clinton Co.. Ind . uirm? "I Immu- munt chMrfnl tMti
Auo oonwaor u a pienaia luiuo
Eonj to tba afttoaor of Bruwn'a Iroo Hit ten fut
yipnpnla, and aa a totitc '
Crttnuiiin baa above Trad Mark and ernesird red line
on wrapper, Takft no olbiT. Made only by
DUUVs N CliEMKALiU., IIAL'I lUoUr M IK
Not onlr ibortf n the lime of labor
and leaaena tbe pain, but it greatly
druiiniahee the dxriKer Vi lite of both
mother and child, and lenvee the
mother in a condition more fiivoruble
to aiieedy reooverr, and leaa liable to
i'loudin, Convulsion", ard o ber
alarming ymptnma. Ira eSrcaoy Id
thia reapeot entlrle. it to be ea'led
Th BIOTUta'a ParaNo, and to rank
aa one or the life saving" remedioa oi
the nineteenth century.
We ojnnot publish otrtifioatei one
cernlrftliia remedy without wound
ing the Heli 'any of the vtritora. Yet
ne hnve hundrtd on file.
Send for our book, "To Mother!," mailed
BRtDFIvI.D K(ilLlTOR t'OJI'Y.
Mnat of the diaea.ee wbich atlnct mankind are origin
ally oauaml by adiaordonidcaiidlUuaol tbe LI VtR.
l all oomplainu of till. kind, auob aa Torpidity o(
the Liver, uiliiiuaneH, Nurvoua lyapepat, lnditfea
Ucm. lrruiialarlty at tlio bowola Uonai ipation. i luta
leuuy Kruotationa and burning of tbe Htomach
(.uin'tiiiwa callod Uuartliurn), Mutnu, Malaru,
Bloody Flux, Ubilla and Fuvor, UrouktoDe tuver,
Kibeustion before or aftor Fevon. Onronic l)iar
rbuja, Loaa of Appetite. Haadaobo, Foul Breath,
Irrognlaritiea Incidental to Keroalee Beaijiut
dnnn Pain. Biuikaobe, Ao., to. 8T ADICER'S
AURANTIlia Invaluable. It la not apanaoea
Tic all diwa.-, but will CURE Bl(fl'Ve ?'
tha LIVER. STOMACH an3 BOWELS, It
cliawrM tlie coniptoxtoQ irtm a way. yellow tingo,
to a ruddy, huallhy otilor. lt ontirely removoa l..w,
gliHrniy apiriw. lt la one of tbe ltt Alitriumei
uii'l t'urinfrt nf th Hlowt, ami I. rt faluabl ionte.
For aula by aU Dnimn.U. Price 81.00 per botllo,
C. F. 8TADICER, Proprietor,
4Q SO. FRONT ST.. Philadelphia, Pa.
MKAI.TII I vVKtl.TH.-l)B. 11. U.
Wbdt', rva imi BnAist TaaiTKVKT,
agnttranieed ipecifio for Hysteria, Dini
nena, Convulaiooaa, Fita, Norvus Noural-
in, Uoarlaohe, Werv"a Prostmtion, caused
ry the ue of alcohol or tnbaoooi Wke
lulneHB, Knntal DepreMion, Se'tonlng of the
lirn, resulting in insanity and lu 'Id to
misery, aeoay enil ueinn: rreaiuiure u
Ao, Uerrennena, I.oji of Power in either
n-V Involuntary Loaaoa and Hperrufltor
rhea, can- I by ovor-exertion of the brain,
elf-Hbuae orovnrlndulk'ence. Kach boi con
tains one rmiit: treatment, tl a hoi, or
tlx hoyoa for IS, aen' ba uio.il prepaid, on
rooeipt of urloe. We tuart ntro fila Boxoa
to cure any case. With each order received
by ua for lix boxes, accompanied wit' It,
a will aend the narnkuer onr writtoa
uarMte to rofund the money if the treat
ment doo 'Ot euect a ouro. wuaranieee
laaned onlyh- . HFNKKHT tMI.. Drug
giata, Memphla. Terin.
Acid Iron lCurtli.
PLEASANT TOJHE TASTE.
THE GBEAT BLOOD PURIFIER!
For Djrepepalav.all dernngeuiente
of the Dlg-eetlra Organe and tha
JLIrer, Skin Dlaeaaoe, Cute, llarna,
Bcalde and Hrnleee. ACID IIIOX
EAKTI1 Is a peclllc.
Rhenmatlam, malarial Dleor
dera, Chronic Dlarrhota and ob
tlnato caeca of Itlood Poleonlng,
yield without fall to Ita wonder,
ful curatlr power.
Aalt for free pamphlet, to be had
of all dealers or aent, postpaid,
from tha A. I. Co., Mobile, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
At Whnlif bf Xn Tloct & ( ft.
& Valuable Patent.
naary (Hone) J,,,
HAVING perfected niy Invention, I with
:o place it before the public eaiieoially
mHtinlaoturora.' Aa a Corn Planter, it la a
portoct aoooesa-opena the drill, distributed
the aeed accurately, nnluiured, and ooverd
the eame, thereby one man performing tha
work of three. Tliev have been naed ia
thia section tor oyer a doaen yenra with per
feot aatiafaotion. Van giva reapocaible teati
Hivwnfiit f)fint, T1F.
1V TUV. I'l'M A N' KM.U:t;M, I'F.M l.i'l'l I
r 't - vt. rm n'i;i, p
, M.:I.'V It IM""' ,"-'
S V - T ili- 1 -f. Ittf H-rs
aVSA-B 1 1 m m m w m saaw m
) I I I I II u
avw - Baasav
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
2Pf IIOKSK POWKK-Nearly new. A'ao,
O anokestAck. helting, iullya. (halt
lag. toola. etO.Applv tn or aildrosa
' lOuK, UoUOWA.N Jk CO.
t TOvIBEK YARD !
BiinMeT Car Worts Mannfact'i Co
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ASD DEALERS IB
Doors, Sash, Bllnin, Dressed Floorlnsr, Celling, Weather-Boardlari
Cypresa Hblngler, Lathn, Etc
farOnr faollltlei are nninrpasied by any tawnill In the South for HI. lpgorderi promptly,
flooring, Celling, Biding, Btep Lumber and Cypres. Bhinglea a ipeeialtr; alio, Framint
Lumber of all dimeniiona. We make the Wholesale Buslneia a apeoiai feature. Orders
aolioited and promptly filled.
GEO. BAYMIX.liR, AGENT,
go. 134 Jefferson Street - Memphis. Tenneise
SLEDGE BROS., of Como, HIh.
flloa. 356 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
364 FRONT STREET.
LILLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
No. 893 If .in Street, Gmjf Block.
, SMITH, Proprietor.
AJSUBEW STEWAKT, Hew Orioaru,
HIT. El 1 I CO..
HO. SSO AND 858 FRONT 8TKEET, BaXiSPISIS, TESTIei
STEWART BROTHERS & C0HPAH7
COTTON FACTOKS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WKW ORf.ETVW. THTTTWTATVA.'
AR1ISTEAD & LUNDEE,
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MEUCIIAN i S,
y. a.'ll Front St root. Cor.
FnlfflerJIioratoi S Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocer:,
180. 80G Front ftlreet. t Memphl. Teca.
JN0. 6. X00F. K. h. MoGOWAN.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor.:
And Dealers In Levee and Hailroad Snppllea,
No. 874 Front Street -Memphis. Tennessee.
THE PETERS & SAWRIE C0L
M. JONES. Pr.ldent. I. F. PETERS. Vice-President.
W. D. IF. SAWRIE, Peoretary and Treaanrer.
(Nnrceeeora to Peleire'A Sawrle,)
MAXUFACTUItEKS OF THE ' JIAUS0L1A BRAND "
30 3S and 40 Jefleraon Street.
V. H. JONtq. JNO. IT. SPKRT, I. V. PKTKRS, Kf. ARVQLT). W. P. T. BATTR'E.
If. II Union Street.
L. I). Jll'LLlNd, ot late J. H, Godwin A Co. JA8. YONUE. late of J. W. Caldwell Jk O
MULLIMS fSs YONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commission fercJiant
No. 1 Howard's Bow, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
F. M. N0EFLEET, Resident Partmer.
& Cotton Factors,
AYERT GIN CO.
W. A. Smith's A'at. Separator.
Eagle Eclipse Huller (jins,
Plain 10 Inch Gin, ant)
KlirTBEKV HT1M1AKD PHF.Ss).
Viom a ITai.tnP. ftlllfl and Bllfl
iLLlfiON ErD COTIOJI CLEAXEIIS
arAU kinda of Gins Repnirod. Special
Discount to the lrudo.-
891 and S93 Front M , Mrmi.lil. Tf nu
AHDBEW 1). UW YNHB Mn pall
Fnlon. oiulits. To an.
J. 8. McTIQUE. W. O. PATIESON.
283 ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
MONDAY, SEPT 6.1886.
For Board! Tuition, etc., ate eaUlorne, or
PP'2 J . , . , .
BBUincii anunetian, rreaiaent.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Enrollment L-i Term, 822.
A SCHOOL for tbe development of rlror
oaa, thoughrni. noble womanhood.
Tbia result ia reached by breadth and
thoroughness of inatruetion and the awaken-In.-
of patient, earnest endeavor. A near
and commodious hoarding department h
just been completed.
The department of dreti making and mil
linery is added for the first time.
in tbe absence of the Prinerpal. who is In
Europe f:r the summer, catalogues will be
fnrnt bed on application to Mrs. K. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be found
at any of tb city book atnre..
rs. Bowies' School
Opciig Sept. 11, at 1S5 Adams St.
SPECIAL advanUges for young ladies In
English ourar, Latin, German, French,
Maaio and Elocution.
Thorough inatruotion by modern methods
la ofTtrtii to boys and girls Irom primary"
claa.c thr uah rrammar courae.
THE SlAlli FEMALt sJULLtUU
WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1S86. Located in
a healthful ana delightful suburb, ac
cessible by car lines to and front all parts of
oity. Instruction thorough, and according
to the most approved educatroral methods.
Superior and trailed aceoialists in tbe va
riola Departments ol Music, Art. Elocution.
Modern Languages, Saience, Cjiuniej and
For further particn'ars apply to
UlSSMOLUKJt.MARSU Al.L, Prn.,
School of Languages
FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN. SPAN
ISH. Inatruetion in class or private
bylenaons. For term , arldrn's
LK'N LANDSnKHtf. Gnyoao Hotel.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high erode for
Do j. and (Jirls. Kngliih Course, Latin.
Greek. Musio and Art thoroughly taught;
Bmk keeping also. Boys fifed lor collefe.
For catalOKurs address tbe Prinoipnl.
R. If. CHEW, i-'omefville. Tenn.
WITH etperlenoed asalstantsin all de
partments, will begin iu sixth year
On September 13,
at No. 171 Hernando street, formerly Grace
Church. Boys prepared for either Business
or College. Discipline firm and strict: in
struction thorough and modern in method!.
Modern Languages a apeoiai leature.
For terms, etc . address or call on
WHARTON 8. JONES,
136 Hernando street, Metmb'. Tenn.
1Jiixr(ix iskpa teres r.KT,
aehvllle, Tessas, Thorough instruction
indistinct courses of I ivil, Mechanical and
Mining Enaineerina (Annuul Tuition 165),
and in Manual Technology (Free). Full
Faculty. Jisteaaiae equipments and facili
ties in draDghlingrooms,l aborator.es, shopg
and field practice. Entrance Kz ruinations
Sept. 14, 16 and in. For circulars address
WIL9 WILLIAMS. Bc8a.
Tnlane Uniyersity oi'Louisianae
Formerly, 1847-1884, the Universi y of
ITS advantages for practical Instruction In
diseases ot the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law secures ft superHhunduot materi
als from the great Charity Hospital with its
700 beds, and al.OUO patents annually. Stu
dent, have no hosp tal-fees to pa and spe
cial inatnaction is daibr given at the bedside
ef theiffck, aa in no diner institution. For
oatnlogue or infermation, audrer's
Prof. S. E. CHaILLE, M. 0., Dean,
P. 0. rirnwer Wl. New Or'o!ir. I.a.
'itt. Third aod Fourtr..
anitt uc. HftuL its titt prtvi W.U .1
ntfierwiuu t Mlf'ftiniw u fwtb ttot u.
ira!r ycMt, o: otbtr oiuhki, -Jid prciii m:,, .ie'' .
icr, t'lt(Si:t NftvuiiTjiaje, Siuil'i' KniiiV..
l.inr by dreamt:, Dimnni iimtl l)t. 'umi l--t VI;
y :ri!li''.w l';ini)fin FeWf. 4ver-Qti"."-it'i- I'etntT.
tuniUKf impiM'r or unhn-p-'f birr.nj.i t. t--i'i-i
niith yurcd SYPHlt IS "iT"' ,t: M
w i wMifiw,j tnm ttif v:cp., Gonorrheak
ULaT, Stiutur :rcUtI, ir..r - :'.'V. -:'
iT't at hi J other prlrAte 41nrfr ui.'ll.i -:
t b rir.ov4,n. thtt kxpli lrlu wh-i pjnf 't :rtl
1. 1 osrtilii dts tit difisiRiii, nl f,r-ilug tc : jni t::;t
vtl ct,oirwii (jrett tkllt. Phy;tan n'ai. i' 'vi-.
frcotfliuctn. (Hjieouit id rcj vr-. Wi'
HI 'beelit c Utmunt tuedtHoet -' : j'Vl- li
rjd takl tjt Tjaiii) aiprm Qjten
0rn1llUttiU twraVBktlv Ti 1 tv 'J'
.'tmrtfH ev'i tun jrfreKyj:-'. - s. ;iv
Ct x m$t- weat uny 4tt1-f . s,ijxs, iKtr ec,
50' ioW ! rvtj ) ti Jl.ts i ti;i.
ouri S!i Uicbest uraedy
fcntmn to ua Jgf Uooonhtf a
We have loM consider
able, and in every cit U
Alcott Se. Llk,
"l TO 6 DATS.l
y(iira.atw4 not m
Slrim Cliemictl Co.
Hudsca. N. Y.
Frict ! 1.
PURSUANT lo an execution issued Au
gust 6, 188G, from tbe Sucreum Court o(
Tennessee, on judgment rendered ty said
Court, June Id, lo8S, In favor of J- L. Kpper
son against W. B Ualbr a!h nnd J. M.
FowlVe". compritina tbe firm of W. B. Gal
Sreath A Co., for one thousand and ei.h'y
nlne dollar a and eighty-five o nts (JIDW 65).
I will on
Hntnrdny, stelobrr 2, 1846,
in front of the Courthouse do r. In Shelby
count, 1 enn.. sell to the hishe't biddtr Ipr
cash the fullowiog co orihed tract of land in
the Taxing Di'tricl of th"lby county, in
Bhelhy oounty, Tenn., tn-witi rteeinningat
a point on the south line ot Union street,
34H feet eat or a four (4) foot alley ; th.nrre
eaaton and with south line of Union street
31H feot to a stake: thence southwardly, at
right angles with Union street, hi feet to an
alley; thence with said alloy westtrardly
teo to a stake; thence in a line per
pendicular to Union st.-ret nortnwardly W8
et to the point of beatcniug. being hi me
lot conveyed bv W. B. GalDieul: to A. Vn
caro by deed recisiered in She'by county,
Tenn., in bonk 160, pitge litT, and nme being
the eat hall of lot cjnveed by V. Lane to
M. L Meachtrn and W. B. :illeath, by
dod In book 61. page H'i. of Ihe KcgiJter'a
tlBceol s.iil eotinry. Levied on al the prop
crryof W. B. G.ilrath tn niti"y .aid ex
ecution. W. 1). CANNES', Shcrifl.
by Jiihx J. Makox. Deputy Siorifl.
1'oston A fu.toii, Miort.ev.
Vtfniy perfect aubstitute tor Mother
mlra. Invaluable In cholera Infantum
end Teething. A pre-dige.tt.ii food for Dye-
pintles, Consumptives, Convalescents.
perfect mitrl.nt id aU Wasting Diseases.
Rav.lre. no oookltig. Our llouk. The Caro
nnd Feed Inn ot Infants, maii.d free.
UOUBEIi. OUOUALB Jt CO., Boston. Lisas.
Ir.. BKLT cr K..
gen. r- tur it made ai.
LR. CK.rt.Vl.f t o I oeaneront-t ot
S a't'uii.f.t the eon-
lv.;':v. -frnLuii; strr.fin of
tikTM ton i..t.ir.
them to healthy a-tioti. In un cvnfuantl
this with fclei'tric iinlw a.i;erii-cil to corf
all Ills from head tn toe. If i. ior tbe ON H
specific l'urposc. For "ircv'aM i-winr l l
nlortr afiinn, a.lilre. Chr.cve. rl.t v.r Loll
Co., liXi Washinttun atrcet. chliu L'.