MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 18SG.
PRECAUTION'S TO PROTECT THE
(Z1K OF KLSMl.
Prince William aud the Czar Meet
at Brest -Prince Alexander
-Other News. .
Londdn, Septeinb9r 13. It i re
marked tt.at alii ouiih Eoopsror Fran
c's Jo?eph is at Pnz niysl, in Ualacta,
nnd tha Cz-r at Brestyxlitovtk, io
Poland, not more than 250 kil. meiera
apart, neither hrs pivon ony f-ign of a
deiiro o intention of meeting h
other. Iq fact neither hp' sent the
other uieptiuffl. even by deputy.
The Kent Frds Preite, of Vienna,
cowp'.aina of the Czar's breach of cour
Ksv toward Auttria. It eas it is note
worthy that ths Ki'S'faa miliary lna
neuvir' are ta:iot place .t the precise
cornerof the Russian dominions, which
would be the printipil theater of war
in evnt of a Kusien conflict with
Empsror Fmccia Ji ?ph is a1; the
Bme time reviewing an tqiul number
of Ana rian troops, the total being over
60,( 00 men, at toe point which would
rata rally be chrsn n the Austrian
ba-.e of operct'nts in the sirae event.
"Thus we fee," riya the Ncue Freie
Prme, "two rival (atrip and two rival
couits almost within sight of each
Prince William ana the Ciar.
Brest, Litovsk, September 12.
Priui:H VVi liim, of Pru.-sta, was ronton
his arrival hre by the Czar, Cz irewitch
and (jrand Dukes and wai driven Irom
the rai.way BUtioa ti the fortress,
where be wet and saluted the
Czarica. At a banquet given in his
honor Prince Widmai pat at the right
of tje Cziuirja tie aftdard wit
nessed preparations for the defense cf
trie lortiess mcap.eoi a mgnt auaci.
uieror William and Family at
Stbasbuiio, Septemb' r 12. Etnprefs
Anguvta, trowu .Prince Frederick
William and othfr members of the
imperial family at tendeddiyiue service
at b tDmas unnrcn tun mornirg
Emperor William did not accompany
them, feaiing fa'ix,ue. For the same
rer.on he did not attend a banquet
given at the theater. The reception to
clergymen, municipal authorities and
dibimuuilifd citizen, which wr". to
have been held trday, wfs postponed.
Precautions to Protect tbe Csnr.
London, Septvmb'r 13. Elaborate
pncititiors wre taken to protect the
Czar dur nz bis journey to Poland to
witness the rrray naneuvris. S 1
diors armed with loaded rifl a lined
the railway. The tiain wai divided
into three sections. When ppirg
s'ationa the windows were cloatd and
the bl ndu drawn down in order to
prevent the discovery of the cerr age
occupied by th9 Czar. After the ma
neuvers, the Czir will go to Spa!a, Po
land, when a nimilar precaution will
be taken for bis protection, (.0,0 H) scl-
diets being utilized for his service.
Alexander's Fele Day.
London, Septemb t r 13. Alexandi r's
fete day w.s the oscscion of gr at re
joic'ni? at Pbilirpipolis. The feslivi
ti.'i were continued throughout tbe
night. Bodies of troops, headed by
bands, paaled through the town, and
the ttreets mounded with the rbeers
of the populace. In the eveniog a
brilliant display of fire works wai made.
At Varna praycrd for Alexander were
offered in the churches. The "Ta
Deuta" was sung at the Ru-sinn ron
su'ate in honor of the Czir. Only
fiftten persons were present. Troop?
were etationed aound tbe consulate to
At fc'ofia fix Roumelian regiments
were presented w ith new colors. The
colore, bore at tbe top tt.e Bulgarian
lion, and on tbe borders the motto,
" Gcd be with us," and on tbe corners
Alexander's monogram. Af er the
presentation cf the co'ors the tronpn
were reviewed They made a splendid
The Xovoe Vrtmha, of St. PtteiBbnr,
eays a Rreit mi-tarre ha-" hi en com
mitted if the double celebration of
Alexander's and the Czar's fete dijs
contained an mriire pertse, or if the pre
sentation of the colors to the Roume
lian regimen's was intended to flttier
Alexander. Rnreia, it says, will indi
cate her position to the fcfobranjo at
the decisive monrnt.
No I'rosppold rr Alexander's
. Beriin, Saitamber 12. The NiHh
German GaztUi Bays that there is no
pr. speets of the re-enthronement of
Piince Alexander; tbat if the fc'O:
branje reelects Alexander the signers
of the B-rlin treaty will hardly con
sent to Ida retbrn It U not likely,
tbe UiK' tte auda, that Kus;-ia and Ivnc
lard will come to an agreemfnt very
soon rr gaming the throne of li ilgana.
Declines to Consent to Knsslan Oc
cupation. London, September 33. Ilerr von
Tifza recently informed Count Kal
noky, the Austrian Piimo Minis er,
that be was unable, es Hungarian
Premier, to consent to a Russian occu
pation of Bulgaria. '
Excitement In Ixindon Over naval
London, September 13. Nothing is
known in ollicial circles in regard to
Prince Alexander's visit to England.
The Prince will remain at Jugenbeim
for the present, his health being shat
tered. Great excitement has been caused
at Chatham bv the unexpected
receipt of urgent orders from
the Admiralty to expedite the com
pletion of men of war. Belays of
workmen are to be employed day and
night if ceceesary. This activity is
regarded ai ind cat:ng prssibe con
tin ental com pi icatior s.
The Morning Port Berlin corre
spondent says that Aaatria has formal
ly notified Germany that Austria will
oppose any attempt by Rus3ia to en
croach upon the liberties of the Bal
kans. A special mer senger has started
for Sirasborg with imnortant dis
patches for Emperor William. The
Atutiian newapapeis, while deploring
the po?sible necessity of war, aiiree
that it must be cheerfully resorted to,
if it will prevent greater calamities in
Itiusla and Bulgaria. .
Som, September 13. The National
ABSemb'y met today. The Russian
agent has received the Czar's rer'y to
Bulgaria's propo-alp. Toe Czar eaya
Ruria will recognize tbe Bulgarian
regency and assist tbe union of Bul
garia and Kail ern Roumelia on con
dition that no acts of violence lie com
mitted. Russia cdvisrs that pubbc
opinion in Bulgaria be allowed to
calm diwn before a new prince be
elected to the Bulgarian throne. The
Rucsiau a2f nt has not yet communi
cated the Cz.ir's reply totheBnlgar;nn
government, because the relations be
tween tbe prf s?nt Bulgarian minis'ers
and him are very Htrained.
During tbe sit ing of the National
Amenably tcdy several of the depa;
t f 8 proposed that tte Bulgarian eov
eriiiu3it tend a telegram t tbe Czir
leqnfwtinsc him to communicate wi'h
the Bulgarian government direct, in
stead of tbr. ugh the egei.t.
A German t ankii g honae hai de
clited a proposal from tbe Ba'garian
governmei.t f r raiting a loan for that
A30I1IEB VOICE FROM T1PTO.V.
Nome Pointe About the Iteecut De-
To the Editor! of the Appeal:
Covington, Tksn., September 13.
I was ra'.her turpriaed t not seeing
any lepo.t of the j int di?ius ioa be
tween tbe two Deuioc-e tic candidates
'or Congress irnm t'ue Tenth D.et ict,
which came off here oa Thursday las'.
It wpt opened by CjI. J. Patt Hon,
who, after explaining his f.rrmer con
nec i'n wiih the county in relation to
the lawsuit on tbe rniiroad debt, and
how hf succeed d in ge'tiog it re
duced $71'"), and enly cfcargsd the
county $2500, when toe fee agreed
upon of 5 per cent, would have come
to $100 more, he brnched off into
the qnes'.iocs to be diB(U-:std between
bimnelf and his worthy competitor,
Mr. J. riie au. Among other reasons
for his being a free trader wjs the fct
that in 1880 $194,f J0.CC ) went intJ the
Treasury of the United S ates out cf
tbe tariff taxes, while f556,CX),CCJ
weut into the pocket-, of the pro'ected
clars s, none of whom lived in Tipton
Ha wm against the Bla'r bill le
ranee it rtduced the noble Soithfrn
State i to the level of mendicant-, nib
eieting on cba i y, and gave the Fed
oial Governmetit a piet-uce for int3:
fo;ing w.t.i lotul ee f government, for
getting the fact tbat many of th' ie
ISi s aio in a state cf ab mute iner.
dicaocy aud can ill alfnd tl'e small
te tbat is trow dl d out in support of
free eJucation. He cm a ghc3t br
hind every bus1!, and a pohoned deg
gnr in the band of the generous donor
of J77,(CJ,CCJ for educating the chil
dren ( f tbe po r of tbe land. As,
however, Mr. Bob Taylor sijs, there
is no surplui for such a puipo o, it is
all tbe s .me, ani tbe ghn;t of Federal
interference w.ll never haunt us oa
Mr. J. Pee aD, who wes evidently
the fatoii'a by a large majority of tbe
audience, cn the t.:nff question stood
squarely on the Cbic go p'atform
'proteiticu for levenue orily" and
whiln he aleo wrs eg inet toe Blair
hill, be wes in favor ot cecum g a fund
f ir the promotion of education from
the money derived from the sale ( f
public laudt a p oto i ion which
Col. P. would aito indoiBt) if be g t to
Of couub a great deal mora wes sad
about tbe rtdemp ion and, it is to be
hoped, ultimate la'.Tation of tha Am
lanebi by Mr. Pnelan, of the mysteri
oos power behind the throne greater
tban the throne which is daring to cic
t ite ti the voteij of the Tenth District
who shall be their next Congressman.
The main it sue before tbe people,
p-same think, pnbibition, was only
once ment omd by Mr. Phelan. It's
a ribooed w ird, and from the mouth
of a "true Demi cat" it conaea with a
bisnirg siund, as if it scalded his lips
in getting it cut.
About nine out c 4 len at the meet
ing were for Plu ian; ball tha balance
were for C"l. Potteison, and the Other
half seemed t j think that Jthey "could
be happy with eitner were the ether
PR0IHB1TI0X IN KANSAS.
Heavy Srlmre or Jteer at tbe Bis
marck Pair Grounds.
Chicago, In , Sertenibar 13. A
Times epec;ai from Lawrence, Kes.,
eays: Ihere :s much "feeling here
ovtrthe corfisration by Slier IT Cor
wio at Biamarck Grove, where the
Wtstain National Fair has been in
progress the week pajt, of 10CD botes
of beer, which bad been saizsd the flut
of the week from psr.i-.a who were
pel'ing it out in violation of tbe pro
fa b'iiory law. Monday morning last
gr. at cons'erna ion was produced on
the fair grounds by the appearance
upon the counters of the !agest stand
oa the g'ound of bter in la'ge quanti
ties, being dt-alt cut to immense
crowds of visitors from Mitsauii and
other Stites. Sheriff Corwin arrested
the parties at tbe stand and B acked
theentre itock on band, over which
he kept guard until lute fitnrday
evening, when he set Six men to work
drawing tbe corks from the bottles
and pouring tLe liquid out inti a ra
vine which empties into the Kansps
river, and rr-p'a ing the bittles into
the cesra. Five bundled tbiiety peo
ple witnessed tbe operation with great
ditfavor. This ia the first ca:e of note
cf i onfl-cition made in the Sieta and
its liality is denied. While iu spirit
th'S i omnmoity commends the acf, it
is branded qniie rnaniaiouslyts being
a very high handed measrre.
FalMC Reporl Corrected.
New Yobk, September 13. The
statement telegrapoed from Boston
last night ti the (fleet that ttie forger,
C!aud B. Lps'lle, jr., hai tloped wi h
Miss Jennie W. Laselle, daughter of
his bonefecto-, and hf.d married her at
Providi Dee, ia proaouucfd by friends
of the young lady to be absolutely
false arid without the slight , s. founda
tion. The man is a distant re'a ive of
Mies lpsel e and bad received many
favors from her family. He did elope
laet June from Boston with a young
woman naned L'zzie Furoaid.
Rorlbern Paellle Ilireclory.
Xkw Yrr,K, September 13 The
Philadelphia paperj today have re
ports of a probable change in the
Northern Pacific directory at the com
ing election. It ia "generally under
stood tbat N. P. Hallovell and one of
the other Boston directors will be
dropped from the regular ticket. Pres
ident Harris, when rsktd today what
changes would be made, said tbat
nothing would ba given out until the
A. B. 0. Cbanbton, floor walker for
Stern Brothers, No 32 West Twenty
third stree', New York, together with
his w.fe, was troubled with malaria
for upwards of two year. They wer
both entirely cured by taking one or two
Brandreth's PiIIb every nigtit for three
months, wiibont interfeiing with their
labor or household dutiof.
LvNcunuRO, Va., September 13.
The First Baptist Charch, one of the
finest edifices in the South, costing
$SO,000, ws dedicated yesterday by
the Iiv. John A. Breeders, of Louis
An Honest lenmster.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 12.
A v. a let containing otr $70( 0, lost
by bank xupner Boleson while riding
on a strtet car yeiterday afternoon,
was found in tbe roadway by a tpara
ster ntimed John Gallagher shortly
alter the car ppsei by, and wns re
tarned to the bank intact this after
noon. Gallaaiber'i honesty was well
rewarded. He hai kept the wallet all
night, net knowing what to do with it
nntil he read tLe newspapers this
mornipg. . ,'
A SUMY DRILL
BY SOCIALUrS XE IR THE PALI
SADES OS TUB
HudHon knights of Labor Secret
Meeting Light Hour Move
A aw iork, September 13. The
World thiamornitiK says: Along the
Danas oi me iiticKeneaik river, be
tween the New Jeissy towns of Home-
stesa ana xsew Uurbam. etretchea
ria'row strip ';f laud, isolated and uu
inhabi ed. Ytsierdiy morbig, jusi ai
duu n pLrjiiuM; uver Hie puilSKUt B,
a t sore or mo.-e cf men with unkempt
heads, unshaven frc'i, and eyes of
reddish hue, met there, strpggling to
tha rendezvous irom vaiious diicc-
tiop". tach ca-ried a tun and looked
at fierce rt a man who has drank much
beer and slept lit le can losk. A lew
of the individuals who comp is d the
uioi y KauierioK were young ana
modular, but tie majority were old
or middle axed. All were sac ialisis.
No time w.s tost in lecinuing the
usual Sunday morrijo drill, llnshed
commaids, followeu by clumsily
executed movement", hany attempt
at military ".ctics, and much confusion,
were the fealu'c 5 of the work, which
Were end d iu lees tban an hour. Hav
ing dene what thiy considered their
duiy, tbe L'cia.Lts n,oie silently away
en they bad come, end left only the
trodden grn and crushed honfy
sucklri to tall of their prrc?nce. On
every Sunday morcing, since the mid
dle if May, a like performance bps
titea piece. Only a email piopor.ion
of the men came from New York.
Du'ing the months of March and
April quite a numbar from Germany
aud Cutca?o Bicu'eJ worn in the si k
mills at (it Hoboken and Home
stead. They bad not been long at
work be.'ore they began io sow the
sc.. 1 of discontent. A slight griev
ance existed in the mills and the op
portunity seemed a tilting one for the
furtherance of the plans of theeo re
bellious upiri'i and the fi ckering flame
was fanned iot a blpze aud a g-meral
strike was tbe reult. It was during
this strike tbat the true spirit of the
imported element made i self felt.
Strike in IheSblp Yards at Bath He.
Bath, Mk., September 13. The
workmen in the inew Englaud Ship
Building Company's yard went out
this morning on account cf a cut in
wager. The men in tr e New England
worki are out by order of the Knights
of Labor. Only eight men out ot seventy-five
are at work tttheironworks,
and four oat of 475 are busy at the
ship yards. The men siy they will
remain out until the company yields
Superintendent Hyne, of tbe iron
works, says the company will stand by
their determination to make tbe cut
in the yaid. If the men wish tj go
to woik, they may. The vacancies
will be filled psf .st as popgib'e. If the
men stay out long they wi l not be
takea back, and those wishing to goto
work will be protected
Knlabls or l.nbor Secret Net' ting.
, Sr. Louis, Mo., Hi ptemberl3. At a
secret meeting of the Kuigiiti of Labor
of this d'Btrict, held yeaurday, the
biycott inbtLuted by tbe Breweis'
Uniou egainst the firms who have not
acceded to tbe str keis' demands, wis
The Window Ulnss Workers.
Pittsburg, Pa., September 13 The
Wage Conference Committee of the
W stern Wmdow Glpsa Workers met
here today and adopted a compromise
ecale, which will be presintea to the
mauufactureis t)morrow. Tue ccale
is b&'A ti be on the bt.sis of a 5 per
cent, advauce over let year's wagts.
Pnitarallons for a Ntilke iu I'll I In.
PniLADELPniA, Pa.; Ssptember 13
Preparations have been made by the
Executive Boar J of D st'ict Assembly
No. 1, of the lvn'Bhtiof Libor. in con
junction with tbe Executive B jard of
the cigar maker a local a-;embly, iNo.
63, to call out on a strike tomoirow
mornirg about 4 ,0 cigar makers, who
belong to tbe order and are employed
in several f.cter;e3. The reason is
that Ue manuftcurers who employ
the Knights who will paitic pate in it,
refuied la t wet k, when waited upon
by the committee, to discharge the
Cuban cigar m&kera in their euiplov.
batween whem and the Knights of
Labor a feud exists.
The Klgbt Hour Movement.
New York, September l;!. The
cabinet n akeis htld a mesliug today
in support ot the oiojit hoiir imvc
meut A call for funds far tin sup
port of the men now striking to enfo-ce
Hght hours aa a day 'a work bronght
lortn ju-t ti-, end much of this mm
wrs in nickels. Afer the collection
sneeches were made in German, and
trie uiicagi juiy tuat cjiivicted the
anarchieH now under sentence of death
in that city, was vigorously dcnoi'nced
ts the creature of capital.
Will Rekiime Work.
Wilmington, Dbl., September 13.
Tbe strike of die Wilmington morocca
workers, wbiun beean in March last,
hai hi en practically ei.dtd, and the
men will resume woik.
I he Alert Expedition.
Winnipeg, September 13. Capt.
Matkbam, K. N., who accompanied
the Alert on the expedition t Hud
son's Bay, has arrived here from Yule
Factory, haviog traveled by the way of
Oxford House, Norquay Home and
Lake Winnineg, to Selkirk. He re
pot ts favorably of the route, ard con
siders Hudson's Straits o rtainly navi
gable for four motitbs and in some sea
sons for five month in the vear.
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rnesler t hemleal .,
UH1S Mndlson Mqsare, Phllniln., "".
aTKAIflliuppllod by GKO.C.UUOilWlB
Olrei Re lef at
once and Cnroi
or Powder, Free
from I d J u r I o n ti:
Drugs and OtTen
A narticle it annlied into each nostril and
is agreeable. Price 'i cenH at DruggisU)
lly mail, registered, fiOccnts. Circular! free.
ELiI BKUft., UrilgglS'S. "Wtsn. ji , 1.
Electric Belt Free
nPO introduce It and olitnin agents ws wil
X for the nest sixty days fie away, free
of charge, in each county in the V, ti. a lim
ited number ot our J-rnii Kleefro
Tallin SiiMii'iiHory lli-ltn. Price to: a
positive nnd unfailing cure for Norvout De
bility, Varicocele, Kmif -icm, IiupoUncy,
eto. (.vji.isj Rari raid If every ltelt ws
masuta;tir does Bet sic.'Jls a (snsine
electris current. .Ajd-eea at nsce CLKC
TKIU I)LT ACKKCY, P. ZO. CBox 179,
Brooklyn. N. T.
In nn flip In l'hllftnV!nhf
.it tho Ki'WMiiaiKT Adv.tr-
' tUlnir Airrni'V of MtMrtL
HlW AVE A ON. uur ftuUwrUva mfuti-.
The Planters Firo ami Marino Insurance Co.
OF MEM PHI".
Hire in t'ompaaj's IliiildlBr. o. 41 Madison Htrert Keinihls, Tenn.
POKTEK, Pr. I JKII HVI KTON. Jr., Wlee-Pr. 1 1. II. SMITH. Sec'y
DIRMTOKN-S Tl.ltHOOKS.o llrnnk..
1). X. KIKTER, of 1'oitrr Jk Mserne; JOU" 0VKH1ON, Ja., J. C. MILLS, J. K.
OuBHl.N.of J. R.Godwin ACo.i J. M. il (DU A K. of Uootlbar 4 Co.:
.1. M I'll 1 1 1 I IllUllU'l.l I'l'HK
I'omniencfd Ilti'lueksln ls7. l ours Paid, Over Half a Million.
iW'llinirs t'speclolly lrired.
Aiao Jtopresenti the Si-risiii'ki.u Fiki, of Sprintflld, Mass, i Gforoia IIomi Insi ra?ics
39 Union St.,
J. T. jTARtASOBT. 0. 0. HSIH. R. A. PARKBR. I. t. W00D8O!
J. T. FAR6AS0N I GO,
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton F&ciors,
369 Front Street, LlonipMa, Ten a,
ttsa eonslined to will hare onr earefnl sttentloa. Ws earrr at all timet a wsll-
leleeted Hook ot
Staple &. Fancy Groceries, Winss, Llquorsjobacto & Clean,
and will If
31 and 3G tfnil.Noti
A. VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 2T8 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE I) KPT,
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
ins Din nwa.a"sn-". I . ..
Brass get ; 'i ""-"'. T t r'-:-
Enirlnes, I Jwn" , . a . v . t - A- ' wcS
Hbw-MIHs, . Xr5.1' C """""""Vi j'UK'.
(Successors In thli lenartmentto JOHN MANOQUB.)
wWrlte ns for informstion on ANY Till Nil in either line,
fc'i-acv sum r.'ira
SicceMori to POBTEB, TATLOB Jk CO.,
WO. 100 TROUT STREET, i t WEBIPHIS. TENN
J. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & CO,,
A LA ROE AND OOMPLRTB STOCK OF PLUMltKRH, (1A9 AND STBAM FITTERS
. MstnrtMls. Pimns. Drive IVolls. Iron. Lend snd Htone Pihft, tits Kistlire,. Hlolies. Kts
Cotton Factors and
HILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors. Commission Merchants,
Ho. 116 South XXaln At.. St. Itonlji.
AND DEALER IN
TILKt FUCK !LV,
S2 TBOPT WrafTRT.
, flaws a.
TTholesale Grocen, Cotton factors
And Complsslon Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, ?ena
BXTWKSS ADAMS AUD JWFBeWOH.
Mr. L 9. SAUf IT dovoUt hit vrhols time to the welthinc and tale of 'ill Oottoi SltrvteJ
io eaj chart e.. Cutten Warehouse, W Wathiattoa itTShU '
N.i A On. : R. L. CliFFIX. nf Dillnril A Pnffin .
City, o t'hsttanooiM, tons.
t ow wa h, I nw
Ht.. t 9 evins,ii. V n
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
Kioto 174 Adams St., Memphi
DEP'T, 220 and 228 Second St.
. W. MACIIAJE.
U. E. WITT.
TAII & GO.
Front St., JEXemphlft, Tenn.
a. w. tomlin: wm. benjeb.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
1J9 Main St., Memphis.
Offer tpeclal inducements in Open Bustles
of our own make, at tin) Top Loxsies of
our own make, at I12II. All work wsr
raoted. Call bekirs you buy.
sr Having disposed of onrentirs stock of
Vobicles snd t'je Manufacturing Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A UKNJ H.f?, we
bospeas for them a oontinuanos of the
patronage so lontexteadod to ut.
flAHRIA'lK Ik HAHDWAHW CMMPANT.
i.oi invii.i.i: c kmiint,
IIAIH and FIHL1 ItlUCK, t
i JT. Clai k.
WILL bo npsnsd Jans lit. Tbii noUdi
witerins-plaes is aitusted six miles
from AStns Furnace, on the Nuhvills sad
Tuaeslooss railroad, in Hickman connty
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at jKlna
and will convey gusaU to iprinai at s very
Board, $30 Per Month i Per Iaj"
Nlieelnl Kalea fa r'smlllea.
We Invite all who with to spend the most
pleasant sea'on of their lives to ooms to
. oKpesiallr seekers of pieasare
. Ubod water and purs sir ia
Ill DDLENTOH BROS
MTerjmen, Centrerl'le. Tenn.
N. Prop'r Centreville Hotel.
I JHAMI HOT I I., AI.I M NPKIlsWS.
" Hockbridire Co., Va. Iliih np in the
V irtriniit moiiiituins. Picturesque surroand-inss,etir,s-voHud
.is, cloc-ri.i lelln, and all modern improve
ments. Two d lily uiHila, post, teieirrai'h and
oipio'S oCicm on the premises. Isble the
vory he .t. l.uiuriouily furnished rooms I
suio'h band of musio. Send for illnstrated
pauiphlf t. Charges moderate. Open for vis
itors, June lSlh. T,irfr: Alum. ChalyUaH
and f renin,,. R . T. W 1 1, KM i SON . M sn'rr.
Ainont: tlm Northprn Lakrt
of isconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are honi
drads ol delivhttul places whore one can pats
the summer months in quiet rest eodenjoT.
pent, and return home at the end of the
heated term comiiloteiy rojuvennted. Eac.li
reourrtns teaion brinies to Ucnnouiowoo.
Waukesha, llrsvor Im, Frontonac, Oko
bon, Mmnetonka, White Hoar, and tnnn
meralile other ctiarmlnt. locBliiies with ro
mantic names, thousands of our rest people '
whose winter homes sreon either side ot Ma
Ion and Diion't line, kirns nee and coin
fort, at a modorate cost, can bo readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homed, with all
necessary Informs ion pertaining tnerctn, is
coins distributed by the CaiCAun, MtLWio
irti and St. Paul Kailwav, and will be lent
free upon applinatii n by letter to A. V. 11.
Carpenter, General Passat ser Agent, Mil
Crab Orchard Springs,
T INCOLN COfNTY. KY. The eicellen
J. Jot the oul-ine, and accommodations char
a teristio of this hotel durtnz the nast thraa
rears, shall be fully maintained this season.
Kxcursinn tickets to the tpnnrs by tbe L.
aud N. Itailwav are sood via Loui.villM. Knik
goloK and returninu, to proceed on first train
sucreedins arrival in Louisville.
W T )KAT. Pre 't .1. C. KIVil. Pnrl't.
DK. I). S. JOIIXSON'8
No. 17 JeflVrami Mrwt,
(Between Main and Front.) MKMPIIIS.
IKsUbliihed In IM'itl.l
DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all pay
tlet Intorosted as by fur the most suc
cessful physician in the troaiiuoiitol private
or secret diseases. Quick, peroianuiit cures
suaranteed iu every case, male nr fen ale.
Hecont eases of tionorrhea and ypliilli
cured In a f. w days without tho use of mer
cury, ohanite of diet or hindrance trom
business, tiecond.iry Syr hilis, the lust vol
tite eradicated wilh i'.ltlie use of mercury,
Involunsnry lost of .emen stopped in short a
tima. riutTereri from iiupotcncy or lost o?
sexual pweri restore to freo visor in a few
works. Victims olneK-ahuse and excessive
vonory, tulforins Iroui spermntorrhea and
lossof physical and montsl nower, speedily
anil permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Diseases of Women, and
enrol (unrantred. I'i'cs and old sores cuiod
without the use of caurtic or the knife. Ail
consultnt'Oiii strictly oinfidentiul. Medi
cines sent by eiptesi to all parti of the
srW orklngmen enred at hnlf the usual
rules. 1 nice Hours Iromrlooork
a.m. to u
A book ol ltKI pates.
'1 lie best book lor
anadvei tiser to eon-
aim lists ol
newspapers and estimate! ot the oost of advertising-.
The advertiser who wants to evend
one ilollk-r, finds Inlit ,the information he re
quires, while lorNhlni who will invest on.
hundred tbonsandldollart In'.advertitint, a
schoino it Indicated which will moot hie
every requirement, or ean ba mads to do to
by slight ehanrn' easily arrived at by corre
tliondonne. One hundred and Ifly-three
edltioni have been istued. bent. rottpalda
to any nddrest lor ten oesis. Apply to (iKO.
P. ROW KLL A CO., RkWBPAPEH A
VKIt riHINil DtlKKAl'.l'iHpruoett. (Print
ing llntiso Nousre1. New York
sK yrmr mtnllcr for Mia Orloinol S3 Hhoxs
11,'MrSS-oof llllltalloIIA. . mm-m
Hone Oennine aulees iivariug this Stamp.
JAMES MEANS' 83 6HOEJ
lUdo lu Uuttoa, umrmu nni Lnoiv Best Cnif
CTin. Diipxoauoiiiu Avwru
biUt yt Chmifort and Ainxttr
Oiuvf, A iiOHtftlPtinlwnt to
an will bring you Infoim
iinnnvvoKi'imM antra iu
bite or itjiTiiory. m
J. Means & Co.;
41 Lincoln ni
Tht itioo stantli litirhor In th Mtlmatlon of
tf'Wirw tlin mi olln-r lu Ui worltl. Thou-
sltC tlidUi. sc .
Orytoi Mrmpiiih Das I.ioht Ciimpakt,!
BY order of the Hoard ol Director! of the
Meninhla Out Lixlit Company, made
July 5, 1X111, a int'OtiiiK ol the stockholders l
said company was oalled to be belli on Mon
dav, October 4, lHKii, at the ollice of the coin-
any, in Memphis, at li in., to consider ant;
act upon a contact mn'io by the lloanl ot
Directors with laxlng District ol Mieinf
county, a copy ot winch contract has beet
font by mail to each stockholder. In turthel
pursuance of sold order of the Hoard, notio
of said meeting ia hereby given to the stock
holders ol sniil ooiniianv. and tiiev are earn
estly miucstod to bo present, or send proxies
with llieir instructions a. to me voting oi
their stock upon tint proposition to accept
or rejeot laid contract.
Secretary nf Memphis list Liiht Co,
Feptombor I, lrMl.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire. Wind, Water anel Llahlnlasr
proof. Huitabls for all kinds ef buildlncs.
For prices and eitimates at factory rt tel.
call en or sddreti
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'O CO.,
438 A MO Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it..
Iloadanarteri tor Iron Fenoet and Creitlnc
Ualvanliod Iron Cornice. Tin Kcofs AStovei.
No. dm, R. D. Chancery Court of Bhelbr
county. state ol lonnessee vt. carats
Morrison et al.
BV virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
tale entered in the ahovo cause on the
Hth day ot December, 1HSS. M. B. oil, page
.121, 1 will loll at publioauction, to the hish
est biddor, in front of the Clerk and Wai
ter i otuco, courthouse ol eneloy county.
Aiemphit, Tennessee, on
Nainrtlnr, Noplf mbrr 3.t, iHHH,
within loital hou'i, tho following described
property, situated in bhelby oounty, Tei
N. V.li'tM. fronting foot on the east
lideot Chickasaw street by a depth of UtX
trot, said lot being n toot aouin ci nin-
chester ttreot. Sold as property of the un-
knownreirsol J. a.iisskcii. .
Part of country lot J S2S, IrontmsST feet on
ihA n..rh .i.Uftf Auction street, tir a denth
of W feet. Suld as proierty of Sarah Mor
rison and others. . .,
Lot 170, fronting 'Vi feet on tho east side
ot Main stroot, by W'-i leot der p, "i'i fee
north of Auction street.
Terms ol ale un acrcouoi bi. iiiuniu..
note bonring interest, wnn securuy, re
quired: lien retnineu; touooiohuu uuou
f. I Mi'OOW KLL, Clerk and Master.
Hv 11. F. Coleman. Deputy C. and M.
F. II. A 0. W. tlntskell. solicitors.
KUowUI.Y,. .-Boardon the Hill,
Mrs. U. C. Howard, 2il Washintton
Park. Itoomt large; location aeiignuui.
r to Manhattan Ileach.
Coney Island, Long Beach and Central Parkt
aito io ci. iui. iiv v.
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