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MEMTIIIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 18S0.
lEimill AT CHICAGO.
KAPID K AM BUNGS ABOUKDTJJE
Good Time at the State Falr-Ao
Exdtliifr Itaee Othr
Topics . -
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Chicago, September 13. I t.ave
been divirg ia this natitorium for
sevtr.l d-v and desire to dot you my
iuiprio-iori?, it being vay iint visit
here. The Biranger Js impreesed
readily, for all other Western cities are
nulike this ine, i. e., Chicago is dis
s inilar to them in many features.
Fiist Is the momentum of every Mov
ing thief?. It Roes faster rere than
eLsewhere, and tere is nnthinf? slow
about th9 city. When I am informed
that the city w6 bnilt on a morsj
and peeing it feis aaums-d such gigan
tic proportions ia these forty years,
what would it have been if the
fonuders of it had had a "iirm founda
tion ?" London, Pekio and your New
Yorks must stand from under, for
with its rapid growth (only forty square
miles now) what will it be in twonty
flve years to come ? Thiuk of it, tne
streets in the business center being
filled in to a depth of ten feet, and
paved in the best manor r the art of
Street paving admit; of and finished as
smoota as those of ancient Athens.
The buildin s are heavenward and are
massive. Among the thousand of
them which causes oiir to wonder
with amazement on looking at them,
there is one now in coursn of comple
tion, being built by a merchant prince,
which cavers a whoio rqnare, to be
thirteen stories, and the cost to be
about $3,000,000 when flashed. The
boys run their elevntors at such speed
that it jerks the breath out of one
while on them. I a fact everything is
on the swift go, and a follow "loafing"
in the etreets moves like he would if
he was going to a fire in Memphis.
The busintss men are not wordy, and
are very choice iu the use of their ex
pressions relating to buBioess. No
prtface or interludes. It certainly is
one of the be.it places to forget God in
in this land, yet lam told there are
Chrittians here. Events crowd and
fly by sr fast that they are scarcely re
membered. Tiie 15oard of Trade is a
curiosity to etrangers. Ktand upon
the gallery in that building and look
down on the tandemonium below and
you would ttink every man was a
The State Fair has just closed. It
brought togtthtr the finest cattle,
horses, sheep, hog" and animals in the
United States. The grounds, pome
six miles fmm the city, were filled
daily by multitudes, ranging from
10,01)0 to 12,000 peop'e. The trotting
horses were numejous. The cele
brated Oliver K. was on exhibition.
This horse is juet from Hariford,
where he won the great $10,000 S"ake
over a picked held of fast trotters.
This hoiss belongs here now, having
just been purchated by a Mr. Charles
Schwartz. The other trotter was
Cleminie O., a fa?t end good mare
with a record way down in the teens.
These tro'tits were handled, the
former by Budd Doble, and the latter
by John Splnn. Clemmie G. had the
pools in tbe first heat. They went to
the quarter pole in 0:35 second', the
mare leading. He;e Oliver K. at
tempted to pats the mar, hut Splan
sent her so itni to the hall that be
. reached it ha'f a length in the lead in
1:08. Around the turn the pair came
like a double team ; turning into the
straight their noses were on a line,
with Clemmie G. apparently gaiuing
a little, when at the dis ance stand ehe
suddenly brake, and Oliver K. paseed
under the wire in tbe fast time cf
2:171. The track wai heavy.
The display of agricultural imple
ments in the pavilion as immense.
Everything t'j lessen the labor of
man's hands on the farm was there
exhibited. Every device to assist man
and beast that could be conceived of
was on exhibition, and the masses of
machinery was bewildering. The fair
'hps been a great success.
The places of amusement have had
no notable attractions this week.
McVickor'e is the favorite place cf
amusement with the dilettante and
solid Chicagon. John Brougham's
comedy of A Cute fur the Bluei has
been presented nightly to very mod
erate s'zed audiences. This ia a model
temple of Thespis in i's construction.
The oichestra is tupurb.
Circulating among the wholenalo
dealers and manufacturers, and calling
their attention to the trade of Tennes
see and the Mississippi Valley, I am
surprised that they know little about
it, and, what is more, care Iojs of it.
Chicago miiiht do a greater business
with Memphis and its surrounding
country if the proper effort wes mado
to become better arqaainted; but we
can stand it if they ran. The fruit
growers of West Tennessee and Mitsis
sippi will continue to fire their cra es
of fruit here, because it is a market
that never Rets glutted. OntSets and
consumption by the city will always
give it precedence over its rivals es a
fruit market. This is well known to
fruit shippers in West Tennessee.
Mayor II urieon baa made a call for
the charitably disposed people of the
city tn meet in the council chamber
Monday, September 13tb, to devise
ways and means to materially assist
the Charleston sufferers and those
people of Texas who are Buttering by
the drouth. He (ays when Chicago, in
1871, was in distress, a generous world
came to its aid without waiting for an
invitation, and be now thinks Chicago
should sustain its reputation for grati
tude and generosity by succoring those
distressed people. h. u p.
A KOTABLE MAX.
franco's New Ally, the Monarch
A notable man is Fiance's new ally,
the African monariin Sannry. Ac
coring to I.e Temps be is 45 years old
and stnnds six fett high. He is a half
breed, his mother belonging to the
tribe of Tenl and his lather to the
Baracolaia. Ho is a good type of tho
semi-eavAgp, with flat note, thick lips
and protrudinc jaws. His skin is red
dith b'ai k. lie began life as a cara
van driver, but displaying groat
cowngo in wir with a neighboring
tiibe, he became famousa nnd was
elected chief. Fired by ambition, he
sat to making ennquctts on his own
account, and eventually a'snmed the
rank of royalty.' It ia estimated that
he has conquered no fewer than 157
small States. The iroatiers of his
kingdom extend from Engl'sh Gambia
to Aehantee ou tho one side, and fmin
the Segon to Sierra 1wne on the
other. His territory, therefore, is
ai largj as that of the whole of
France. His army consists of 00,000
infantry armed with puns, and 5000
cavalry. Snmory is a Mussulm'n, but
not a very fervent believer. He has
prohibited intoxicating drirjk"
throughout his empire; he says a
drunken maa fears neither God nor
devil, and is pionipt to rebellion. His
arms, bands and breast are tatooed.
He bathes every day; after bia bath
he robs h's body with perfumed bot-t-r,
according to an ancient custom,
and paints his eyes so as to make them
appear large and terrible. Ia time of
peace his robes are all white, but in
war they are yellow. Samory hs a
harem cf about one hundred girls
chosen from difl?rent parts of his
kingdom. When h visits a village it
is ihe custom of the local chiei to
make him presents, including the
m-8f. beautiful girl in the neighbor
hood. BLAINE ANSWERED.
FDUbnrj, of Maine, Hakee a KIdk
" tn llrply.
I'illsbtiry, ol Maine, iu reply to
Blaine's argument showing what a
protective tariff hes done for the farm
er and all the industries of the conn
try, thus expoees the fallacy: "Mr.
Blaine enlarged upon the great advan
tage to the fffrmers currcuuding you
and your meichanti in consequence ef
building up this manufacturing city.
Well, now, ia the first plBce, my
friends, when was this manu'actaring
city of Lewiston planttd? When were
theFe corporations established and
these rriilla built and this great indus
try put in operation? Why, it was
during the period that Mr. Blaine
characterize as the generation of free
trade! Iris a fact that the corpora
tions in this city were then established.
The Bites mill was incorporated in
1852, the Andro'coggin in 1860,
the Hill in 1S50, the Lincoln
in 18-54 and the Lewiston in
1830. All of tneee' corporations
were es'abrshed, the mills built
and manufacturing operation carried
on encossfully tnri profitably long be
fore ihis Republican tarty came into
power. App'aose. I understand,
taat while some additions have been
made, that in the main the cotton
manufactories of Lewiston ere sub
stantially today as when they built
them. I understand lurlher that,
notwithsWnding you have bad twenly
five yeara of Republican rule and this
wonderful protection, with its magic
rower, the Lincnln mill ha" been Bhut
down two or three years applause,
tbe LewiBton mill has failed laughter
aad applause, the Continental runs
on hull time, and the Ba es mill has
cnt down waites again and again pro
tection in full blast. Loud and pro
longed latubteraod applause. The
Barker mill in Auburu cnt its stock
down at one time from 100 to 10 per
cent., and that was during the wonder
ful mgn of Republican protection.
"Wbat has done it, Dr. Garcelon?
Have ynt been doing anything to
them ? " Laughter. What power has
laid ita hands on these mills to shut
them down against the giant power of
protection? Democraiic talk in Con
gress. Loud laughter and applause.
"As I have spoken abou: the founda
tion of these Lewiston industries I
will speak of some others. The Au
gusta water power was utilized before
the Republican paity came into
power. One cotton factory waa buiit
before ihey came in and one since.
In Biddelord tbe Pepperell mills were
established in lSdi) nd the Laconia in
1845, together marking 105,000 spin
dles. . The city of Lawrence now bes
eight corporations, six of which
were established under Democratic
rule and two under Republican.
They have the Atlantic mills,
staged in 1810, the Lawrence Duck
Company, in 1853; the Pacific, 1858;
Washington mills, 1858; Eveiett,lSG0,
and Pemberton, 1808; since then the
Lawrence woolen and the Arlington.
The capital put in under Djmocratic
mloiwas $7i,200,000, and utdor Re
publican $ 390,000. 2uuibsr ol looms
before the Republicans came in, 8251;
sirce, 370. 6o yon see that this great
maiiufactariug city of Lawrence wts
founded successfully and was running
a career of prosperity long before Mr.
Blainb's party took control of this
country. It is the same in Lowell, in
Biddtford, in Nashu and Dover, and
Manchester, N. H. I could give you
the details here, but it i.B unnecessary.
Ia Manchest;r every one of them was
incorporated under Mr. Blaine's era of
WHY THEY YVIX.
Tho luesUou MetUcd in Favor of
New York Star: The victory cf the
Mayflower in the decisive race of yys
t9rday puts beyond controversy the
superiority of the American model in
roiatt if. It is no longer a qui stion of
"Galatea weather" or "Alayflower
weather," eince it has ho?n shown that
the use of the centerbourd onablcs the
Ameiicau sloop to readily adapt her
self to altering conditions of wind or
tide. A yacht of the May flower mod ol
can sw.iu as buoyantly as a duck on
smooth water.?, propelled by light
windf, while the cuUer, with her
hep.vy, permanent ketl, lias to wait for
breeze enough to propel an oldfash
ioned full rigged ship before she can
hope to win a rrce. The American
boat is so mails as io tdapt iteelf to all
racing coudit:ons, but the English has
to find conditions to eu'.t it; and, as
winds vary daring even a eingle race,
it is not often that the conditions the
EDglinh boat requires obtafit long
enough to insure vh-tory. In ft word,
the cutter is a toat f r heavy weather,
and the center board yacht is a boat
for all weathers, ready to meet them
with her change of draft and drag es
thov may come.
, What the result might be in a trans
marine race is a diflurent matter, but
for all in there and near shore rival
ries the question is settled that the
American center board craft beats the
English deep keoled cutter,
A MOST LIBERAL OFFER)
Thb Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
MnrdrroiiR Masked BiirgtHr.
FrrrpnoRO, Ta,, September 15. A
Meadville (Pa.) special says: Burglars
entered the housi of John Park in
KefrtowD, a suburb, at 2 o'clock this
m:rning and after terribly abusing ihei
inmates, tmccmlnd in carrying off
from $1000 to $1500 in cash secreted in
the hous?. . The two masked robbers
entered Mr Park's i-oom and with
pistol and knifo demanded her money.
Khe refused and was knocked down,
but upon r?gaining consciousness told
where the niorjpy wa3 concealed, un
der threat of death. The husband,
coming to the rescue, was knocked
down and lefi stunned and blotding.
Mrs. Park finally succeeded in reach
ing neighbors, but the villains had
made good their eicnpe. Otlicors are
in pursuit, and the neighborhood is
Rre.atly rouFed at the bold outrngo.
Ihero is no clew at present.
Do you ask me for my secret,
Why my teeth are pearly white?
Why my breath is ever fragrant?
And my gums are rosy bright?
Mv secret's oft been told baforo
Use KOZODONT. And nothing more.
IS THE STATES OF ILLINOIS, MIS
SOURI AS1 KANSAS.
American Dairy Aocociutlon In Ses
sion at Philudclphla-lhe
St. Locie, Mo., S-ftember 15. The
Iiepuhlxcan this morning prints replies
from itJC0!rn'jtident8in 185 counties
in Illinois, Missouri mid Kaunas in
answer to ii.quiries concerning the
crop prospects. It may be stated of
these throe gre.it States that the pra
turage has wrtiiuly been damaged to
an extent that prec'udea poetirilo im
provement; ttiut the era' yield will
ne better thau expected, an average of
about eighteen to twenty-seven and a
half bHshels to the acre, on an in
creased area; ihdt fall plowing hm
not been general, farmers are. late and
retarded by dronth; that the con
ditions are fa rly favorable for winter
wheat sowing; that the winter wheat
acie'gd will be the same as last year,
or slightly greater, perhaps ; that more
than half tho whekt ciop has been
sold or consumed.
AMERICAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION.
Seventh Annual ConTrnlinu luKct
Klon at rhilndMpliin.
PniLAOKLruiA, Pa., September 15
The members of the American Agri
cultural and Dairy Association met to
day in their seventh annual conven
tion in this city. After a few prelimi
naries Joseph I I. Reel opened the con
vention with a 1 Dg speech. He stated
that the convention wa? called to cele
brate the moit important victory ever
won for agricultuie the passage of tho
oleomBrgarine law; to take action
towaid retaining and incr;-asioK tho
streegth cf the pgricultural interests
in Congress and the S;ato legislatures,
and to discuss the general interepts of
the farmer, for the purpoEe of adopt
ing measures to pro ect and advance
them. Ail of the assccitttion's con
ventions, he said, bad been attended
by repro-entative men in agricultural
and kindred pursuits, and they had
been representative in charactr.
In connluinn the speaker urged tbe
farmers and those interested in the
agricultural interest) of the country to
see that h s vote was cast this fall, re
gardless of tarty, for tbe members of
Congress who voted for the o'eomar
garine bill, and if in cese any weie da.
feated for renoroinstiop, to sflmt the
best of the two candidates in the field,
lie added, "and a true f'iend in the
Executive Chair is with u.s, and Ut un
bja sure to keep them both there."
Mr. Real was frequently interrupted
by applause during the delivery of his
Some forty odd delegates were pres
ent, representing mainly Pni.sylva
nia, New York, New Jersey, Delaware,
Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, Ueorgia,
Iowa, Kaneaj, Massachusetts and
President Cleveland sent the follow
ing: Sabixac Isx, September 2, 185.
Jofojih II. Ileal, President, etc. I
My Dkab Sir Your lttter of the 3d
instant, supplementing our pleasant
interview and containing an invita
tion to attend the National Convention
of the Araeriuan Agricultural and
Dairy Association, is received. I
should be glad to accept the kind in
vitation tendered aud avail myseif of
the oppoitunity ihe convention will
afford to" meet the repiesenUtives of
an iutoTcst so important and valuable
as that which the furmers and agri
culturists of the country have in
charge. The relation of tnis interest
to the welfare and prosperity of our
land is so intimate tbat its proper and
legitimate care and piolection is, in
my opinion, a patriotic duty. Th's
consideration elevates tho respons -biliity
of those in anywise intrusted
with our farming industiy beyond the
plane of mere selfishnees. and should
induce conservatism and moderation.
Demands made in such a spirit cannot
fail ta exact a just and appreciative
response from thost who make and
execute our laws. I hops that the
coming convention may be productive
of the best results to the agriculturists
as well as to all the people of our
country, and though plans already
made and engigeruesnls already sgeed
upon will prevent my accenting your
invitation to be present, I shall be
much intor stod in its objects and
purpeses. ' Yours wncerelv.
Congressman James Buchanan, of
New York, addressed the convention
on the hi! joct of the oleomargarine
bill, and in his remarks said he be
lieved that during the next sppsion of
Congress efforts wauld be made either
to repeal or modify the law, and he
advised the association to hold i'salf
in readiness to-oppose such attempts.
Afler Mr. Reall was installed as pre
siding cfTioer the convention took a
raarxaa ton rLoa&o.
Foundations, oelUr walla and build
ings subject to overflow ehottldbe con
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
;IninluK Boiler ExIolon.
Mount Cakmel, Pa., September 15.
The boiler at tbe Philadelphia and
Read ng Coal and Iron Company's
Merriam breaker exploded today,
wrecking four other boilers, greatly
damaging the boiler houre and seri
ously injuring Jfcob Hhutt, John
Crow and Michael Pat'ick. Five hun
dred miners will bs idle for a week in
consequence of theexplosion.
NnhaorihA for tliff "inpeal."
rrppwl wtli ctrit rrtmrfl to Purity, Btrrwrtli fni
II. mtlilutiif-H l'P. I'rlm'w Hnktn JMwilor c-.niaiitf
iv rniiMinla,I.1mj,Ahmior Hiijfciitatt. l'f. J'riri'Ti
KiU-mW, Vanilla, Leinun, U).t Haver dollcluutly.
MiCC BAKING fiOWDtt CQ7 Chktujo anrf . Ifl&fc
A Lb trton am berohy warned not
l)urniHM ortifroate No. 90 for tan sharef
Mnaonlo Tempi Stock, inued to K. W. tibel
ton. .April 11, 174, & it hu been loit or mif
klti, and I bare apn'led tor duplicate.
ti. IV, UiliLTON, AdotiaiitrMor.
Iji natural rmt
l . fLAVUHS
OH! M BACK
hitrj ttnln or tl4 tlarit tbat WfU. htck
- THE a
Mrcugthem tbe lIu
Miiidlrt the Norre,
Fnrlcbea thr Itlood, tavm New Tlgvr.
1B J. L, Mtzwl Fairtlfid, Iown, mh:
" lirtnra's lnm lltttoni in the Imt Una nMiolnn I
hftTw known in my :w prattioft. 1 har found it
eictfcilr benullci&l in ntirrmiH tir ihynical exiianst ion,
and in ill debilitatiuf ailmunts ilutt Imw o bevii
on the nyatom. Dm it frexly ui mj own feniily."
Mm. W. F. Bbown. B7 Main St.. Onrinirtitn. Ky..
Nfi: "I wu oompleUly bnkun Amn in Unaltb and
inmblwS with pain m my btn-k, Urowu'a lrua
litUut euUrolf nMlufeu mu to btfallu,"
Gnalno hu abort Trade Mark andrrvwwMl rvA )int
on wrapper. TnUe 110 uiher. Mnilenulybj
BUOW.N CHEMICAL C O., UALTUIUUK, lttfc
Forty fears a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE!
"FOR FORTY YEARS I havt bnen a vlo
tlm to CAI'AliRU thren-fonrthi of the tiiua
nufferor from EXv.KUClATINiJ PAINS
AftHOHS MY FOhBHKAD AND MY NOS
1'KILS. Tho dich'irnc( vroro ao oflonslvo
thatl beaitata to mention It.ciceut lor the
rood it may do aonie othor luflerer. 1 bava
pent a young Icrtune from my aarninva
durinir my forty yeara of 'ufferinc to obtain
relief Irotu tba dootora. I have tried patent
medioinea avary one I could learn of troin
the four cornora of the earth, with no relief
And AT LAST (ST yoara of aire) hHve mat
with a rmad that has cured nia-entirely
made me a new man. I weighed lUi pounda,
and now weiuh 14o. I uaed thirteen bottloa
of the medicine, and tho only regret I havo
ia, thatboini in the bumble waika of lila I
may not have influence to prevail on all oar
tarrh autlorera to uae what haa cuied me
Uuinu's Pioneer lilood Kcucwcr
"No. 2T8a3ondatraat, Wacoa.Oa."
"Sir. Ilenry CkaTaa. the writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford eottnty, noTof
Jtaoon, Oa.. merit tba conl.lcnce of ail iu
toreated Id oalarrh. W.A. H'-FF,
" Ex-JIuyor of Maoon.
A Nl l'ltllR
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It not in yonr market, It will be forwarded
on receipt of nioo. bmail bottlea, 11, large,
Eitay on Blood and Sktn Dlaaaaei mailed
MAt'O IEIC1NK IMPANT.
f7 f! ? DR. HUMPHREYS'
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LIST OF PKrNCI;KAL N03.
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Iloriui. W'onu l-'tvur. Worm ('olio....
I rving Colli-, or Tualhlni ot Infanta.
Marrliea, ol i rtiuiron or aouiui
IRaentfirv. Criniuir. lliliium eiolic...
Cholera Mrhu. t onutiug
Cotiaha. (Jolt, liroiicimin
lrHiriHula. JonulBCM. rjujuai-un
Hoartnohon. Hick H.lio'hiv VrtiKO.
OVMK'PMla. Hi I' MomnWl.
illilirt-MHI-.I or l-nillilll rowu.
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ml Amip. CIiiIIk. MftUriu
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K.ild l.y lriiKKit. or .ml. liot piil on I ! ot
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frener: tor ia made ex
lros?iy lor tre cun
L IV-i'Vt rvlr. rr V '.ln KcnerRtiva or
V.Uta PIC-Mi T Jw. Thoro ia no
vv, .V FOH .-.J mUtakaaboQ thialn-
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j'iV .ftinuoos stream ol
hilTyn i'I J tun TIUCiTY per-rMV-''in';
I uie'.B through the
tmi Xilj ' J',iK I parts nion rottors
them to bonjfhy action. Do not oontound
this with KleotHo llolte advertiied to cur
all ills irom head to too. it i for the OS l
apociuo purpone. For olreulara irivlng full
nformatiion. addrnst Choever Kleotrm liolt
Co., lit! Wahinif.ori arreMi. I.'hinair". 1 IK
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u r T .
tailiea' Fancy Desks.
Kltifeft OiKidi end ixiwdr
1'rlo.m (liuirttntMl, OhIkJt
frwo. iVjutitaH 4o. riopOBUib
MIKI.VI XJ Is adjustable to meet any need
or business. It is cheaper thnn old stylo. Can
he put up bv any one. tirn'l
1'nnlry ! Hook utielvee. Addreai
KOtUII A. II. C' M rrn
Sal MAI NT., I'KOHIA, ILL., or,
fellinaivDsj Urlwar .'., Bt. Louie, Mo.
l I I r I I I J fc '
Tho rianters Firo and Marine Insurance Co.
OfUre ia ('ouipaay'a Iliilldinar. o. 41 Madliton n(rrv(,tMrnihl(, Tt-tm.
D. T. POKTKR, Proa. I JK. ill F.RTOM, Jr4 Vlos-Prsa. I J. H.K.niTH,NM'j
P. II. Hl'NTkK, AaaUlHiil NfrrlBrr.
Illlt FT4ltS-S fl. UKOOKS, ol Urooka, Neely Co. ; K. . PuFFIN. of Plllnrd A Coffin ;
i). T. FI'KTEH, f l'oiter A Macrae; JyllS OVKH'ION. Jk., J. C. MILLS, J. K.
GODWIN, of J. H.Uodwin A Co.; J. M. tH 'i 'DU H. of tloodbsr A Co. i
J. M. I'lULLlPS, llAKUWl'l I'KKKS
I'ommrnrrd llnainraii lu Isht. i.iwws l'nnl,llvr II nil m Million.
liurllinira faprrlsilly IMolml.
Alio Represents the Sprikokiii d Fiaa, of rprinirli.ld, Mass. ; Giokoia IIomi Inbcbakck
Coui'tkY; .Mnt'KTAix CiTV, of ChatunooKJ, 1 enn.
39 Union St.,
J, I. rAESASOIt.
0. 0. ItlJT.
J. T, FARGASON & GO,
WMosale Grocers & MM Fsicfsrc,
S69 Frast Street, ZiZoiuplilA, Ten St.
Oattei ceniitnad to il will bay our careful attention. Wa carry at all liaei a wall.
selected atook ol
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquorsjcb&cso & Clears,
a mi will )! l ow I il
w. t m DUE.
il l nud lift TimIIsoji
Ao VACCARO & Co
VHOLESMiE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nog. 279 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPXIGOto 174 Adama St., Memphis
Mu W M III. A V f r."W.TMI,!IW.,ll 'i -.MA. T
front a A " i V'-.j,
IKON & RAILWAY 8UFFLY DEU'T, 22G and 288 Second St.
(Ruooeasori In this lepartment to JOHN MANOfJUB.)
snrWrlte ns for Infnrnmtlon on ANY TIIINH In e'thor Una
SRceesiorB U FOKTEB, TAT10B A C0h
HTO. ZJIO FRONT STREET. i MEMPHIS. TEN1T
J. A. BAILEY.
.1, BAILEY & (SO,
ItlZG Hcmntd Wlrce., SleiuplilN.
A LAROK A-D OOMPLKl'l! STOCK OB VLUMnKllS. OA8 ANI) STBAM FmEBS
J Mnlnri.ils I'UKltiS, (Iriv. '.ll'. tron. f...ml 1lH Pipe, Hus FUHir.s. fllor,.... t.l
HILL, FOITAII I GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SDG-SOS Front Ut.t JSIemphlt Tenn
HILL, FlUlE CO,
Cotton Factors, Commission llorctoants,
llO nth glaln Wt.. Bt. Iranla.
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEAtlSR IN
HKWEB VIVV. POKTIjAND CEWEJIT
ixdk i.t visas. imsi:iaw vkmkst,
I'm is, iyl7sYAiiWiSli-T
TIL riHK ?!., HAIK aud FJUK ltUH IC, Et
Wholesale Glrocerfl, Cotton Factors
And Commi23lcn Hsrciianis.
232 and 234 Front St., Opmphis, Terns.
Mr. L W. KABJIT dayoUi hla wtola tlma to
R. A. PARKER.
i. l. woormr
Hi.. : Xffeuiiilila. Tecn.
U. W. MAOBA15.
(J. JS. WITT.
o. w. tomlin: wm. UEfiJKa.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomliu & Benjcs,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer ireolal Imluoementi In Oiien Tlnnlea
of onr own make, at Ton iiuyiilei of
our own make, at 1120. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
war iraylnsj disposed of onr entire atook of
Vehicles and tlie Mannfaoturlnjr Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A IIKNJr.8, we
bomienk for them a eontlnnanoa of the
liaironage so lona eiteailed to ol.
r.A It T (I R , ItAHDWAHK (IQMPANY,
H. J. Clau k.
lha welanlnt and aale of All Oottoa lrwted
i.iai.rMa. - ' JC? '!-.-.. k
WILL be opened Jane 1st. Thli noted
waterinr-plac la situated ail mile
from iF.tna t'urnare, on the Nashville and
Tusoajoo.a railroad, in Ilirkman eonnty
lenn. Hack will neat ail traina at Atna
and will convey fuesta to aprin.a at a very
l, $JO Per Month; ! Per Daw.
kMHinl Mnlva lo taanlllM.
Invite all wbo wish to spend the moat
1'laasant aeaion of their lirea to eoma to
J'o.iverdiiiu, aaiaoially aeekera of pleaanre)
and health. Uood water and para air ia
Liverymen, Centreville, TenB.
K. A. I) ItN t'rop'r Centreville flolel.
hockbriiliie Co., Va. Uigh np In thai
Vlrniniann untnina. Pictareaqna aurronnd
Inna, esle'isive and beautilully ahaded lawn.
Una, rlt'i'irtu Iiolls, and all modern Improve-niin-s.
'1 w.. iluly muila, post, telegraph and
expre'f oHii-iis on the promlsea. Table tha
very beat. Luxurioualy furnished rooms
am orb band of lnuiio. Send for illnatrat4
iwinphlei. Charae' moderate. Openforyia
itors, June 1Mb. W,ilm: Alum, ChnlvbtaH
and rri,mr. R.T.'it H.mgSON.Wan'irr.
Anions tho Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are huni
dreds of dollKhtful places where one can paaf
the summer months iniiuietret andenjoy
lnent, and return home at tha and of lha
heated term completely rejuvenated. Raok
reourrina acason brings to Oconoinowoo.
Waukeiha, Heaver Pmn, Frontenac, (Jko
boji, iMinnetonka, White Hear, and Inna
meruble oilier charminv loculitiea with ro
mantio names, thousands of our best paopla
whose wintor homes are on either side ol Ma
son and Dixon's line. KUicanca and com
fort, at a inodorate coat, can be readily ob
tained. A list ot summer homes, wilt) all
neceannry Inlorina ion iertainiriff thereto, ia
being distributed by the Chioaiiii, fVlu.WAtr.
il 4N Bt. I'aui. Kaii.wat, and will b.sei
free upon ai plioatli n by letter to A.V. I
Carpenter, (ioneral Passer ger Agent, Mi
Crab Orchard Springs,
T IN00LN COUNTY, KY.-The eicellen
J-Jnf (he culino, and at'otnnicilation' char
aiteristio of this hotel during the paat Ibree
rears, shall bo fully n.ninlained this srason.
Kli'iirxlon tickets tn Ihe ISprinai by tha 1..
and N. itnilwuy are good via l.ouiaviue, both
going: and roturnimy, to proceed on first traia
succeeding arrival in Louisviilc.
W T ilKsNT, I're.'t J. ('. K fVH. 8np't.
DR. I), g. JOIIXSON'A
No. 17 Jt'flerson (Street,
(Between Main and Front.) ME.MFUI3.
DK. JOHNSON la acknowledged by al! par
ties Interested ai by fur the most suo
oossful physician in the tronltoentof privata
or secret disoasos. Quick, pern'.annt cure!
guaranteed In every ctme, mala or female.
Hocont caiies of tlonorrhua and Hyphilia
cured In a f w dura without the use of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance Iron
buslnens. r-econiliiry Syvbllis, the last vee
tige eradicated wilbiritttie use ol mercury.
Involunsary loss of semen atoppod in short a
timo. biiirorcra from impotency or loaa of
sexual pwers rollers to free vigor In a few
weeks. ' Victims of self-abuiie and rxceasiva
Venery, luflerlog from spermntorrbea and
tossof ihyalcal und mental nower, spoedily
and permanently cured, particular atten
tion paid to the licenses of Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles anil old sores cuicd
without the use of caustic or the knife. All
conjunctions atrictly contldential. Medi
cines sent by express to all parti of tha
aerWorklnginon enrod at half tliauJUttl.
rains, tllllce hours from H o'clock a.m. to!
o'clock p.m. I). B. JOll.NSON,
honk 0(11X1 pages.
he best hook lot
r j -i ' Hnnu
r ' "-'It ooi
tidvei tuorto con-
i be he a'perl.
d cr otherwise.
contains lists ol
newspaper! and estlmstes ol.theoostof ad
vertising. Tha advertiser who want to spend
one dollar, (Inds In'lt ,the information he re
quires, while forMhlm who will Invest ona
hundred thouaand:dollara (advertising, a
scheme is Indicated which will meet hi
every reuulrsiunut, or can be made to do ao
by slightohang easily arrived at by conre
ipondenca. One hundred and nily-threa
editions have been issued, bent, postpaid,
to any addrosslor ten ceais. Apply to GKO.
P. HOWKLL 4 OU., MtWciPAPi.fl AD
VEHllHINIi BUREAI'.nHpruoest. (Prlnt
inr House KunarW. New York.
ask your retailor for Kie Original S3 Hhosi.
Z lloWSmflf lllllttlOllS. - mmmm
KonoGenvlneauliiaa bearing thlaMtam p.
JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE.'
)M 'I i ilfauviiri taa s s
ctm-tt. A tHMUliNifileH'nt ta
flBWIII liniltf Jtni l"i"iui
tlnii linwtjiayKt ttllfl HlloO ill
tux butsorTerrluicy. -m
41 uncoin r4
ThUau!einmla hlKtier In i thecstlmatloji of
n-inir. Uiaii any l h wwld. lhou
ZZSfZbS will tf will wU you Uw r.oa 11 ,u
ask them. '
OKrina Mrmimiis Oab LmuT Cojipaht.I
BY order of the Uoiird ol Director! of tba
Memphis Light Oonpany, made
July.r, IHKit, a mooting ot the atooii holders .
said coin puny was culled to behold on Mob.
day, Ooiobor 4. IHvit, et ihe ollloo ol the com
pany, In Memphis, atL! m., to consider and
act upon a contract minlo by Hie Hoard ol
Uirectora with Taxing District ol bn.lhj
county, u copy ot nhich contract nni beet
sent by mail to each stockholder. In lurihel
pursuance of said r.rdor of tho lJonrd, notiot
of sai l meeting is heroby given to the stock
holders ol said company, and tboy lire earn
estly requested to be present, or send proxies
with lluiir inslructions as to tbe voting or
thoir stock upon this proposition to accept
or reject .aid oou.ruct.os;pa CKM(J(
RocreUry of Memphis (las Light Co,
Neptombor J, IN!.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
rir, Wind. Walrr anel MchlnlMsI
proof. rJuitabfa for all kinds ef buildings.
For prices and estimates at faotory rs tel.
call on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main at., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it.;
neadnuarters tor Iron Fenoes and Crestlnr.
Galvanised Iron Cornice.'fin Hmfs AHtovea.
15 12 AIi ESTATE.
No. K'M, K. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. State ot iouneasee Satan,
Morrison et al. ,
Hi virtue of an interlocutory decree for
saleeutored in the above canse on tba
Hth day ot December, 1SS4. M. B. 50, pea
Jill, 1 Will SOU at puuiicauuiiou, w i-u. -
ent bidder, in Iront of the Clerk and Waa
ler 6 omce, oonrmoufo oi ciioio wh.i,
.Mouipliia, Ten nesnoe, on
Nnlnrilnjr, Sptf inlicr 11.1,
within legal houra, the following desorilnJ
property, situated in Shelby County, Ici -
"n''i'iTm'. fronting 21K foet on thy !
sideol Chickasaw street by a depth ofl4iVi
ieol.said lot being 7)1, foot sonth of Win
chester street, t-old as property of tao un
known loirs of .1. A. llaskott.
Part of country lot 52s, fronting 37 feet p
the north aide of Auction atreet, by a dptk
of feot. Sold as proirty of Sarah 3it-
riir"l?Mr,mU, 37' feet on the east -Ida
ol Main stroet, by HSVi foet deep, 74' loot
Bitli of Auction street. .,u.
Terms ol Hale On a oredlt of six month!,
note benrlug interest, with security, re
uuired; lien rotnincdi redemption barred.
Tuiii'th day nf August, 1M.
" I MuDOW ELL, Clerk and Master.
11 v "n. F. Coleman, Deputy 0. and M.
F' 11. C. W. Ilel.kell. solicitors.
-HiOsmLYSN.T. Hoard on tha Hill,
' Mra II. 0. Howard. 2o Waahingtoa
Pat. Koonii lirges locatiim aoiigntiui.
alio to Jiew tora piv v .
i. j. lk I- 'sT. 'It ."W