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THE ANTI-SAL09N REPUBLICANS
MEET AT CHICAGO.
Resolutions Adopted Farorluir
Mort Stringent Laws Several
Chicago, III , Szpteniber 16. The
nret ca'ionnl convention 01 me bhi.
liquor Republicans began its seeston
in tb-'s city this afternoon. The con
vention was held in the Madison
Street Thea'tr. When the convention
was called to.otder there were about
300 HeWatMinn tha flaor. witn only
sprinkling of otiBiduts. A lew ladiss
and cnntlimn were in the nailery.
The convention wasclljd to order
by Mr. Albert Gr.flin, m Kantas, wbo
V ... . .1 t riil s
asked tne Itev. Artnur isiiuts, 01 viu
cago, to opeu the pioctedioga with
Mr. Griffin then said he was ie-
quested to eugent the name of Unittd
States Senator Henry W. Bair, of New
Hamcshire, for temporary chairman
J. C. tsuafer, of Illinois. temDcrary tec
retary ; L. R. Elliott, of Kang, as
sistant secretary, and K K. ilutcmn
son. ot lrs Mouses, !.. readme cierir
The gentlomen tuggested weie elect d
Es-Cougrcssman Frost of Ma'sacho
cetts, ex-OoDgreasman Price of Iowa
and J ndge t-avlor of Indiana, wera ai
pointed t) escorc Henat ;r Blair to the
'p atfjrm. In addressing the conven
tion. Senator B air said :
Gentlemen ck the Convention I
feel bieb.lv honored in being asked to
preside over tMs gnat and historic
convention, which I firmly believe
wi 1 live in the annals of all time. We
are here fir i je destruction of the turn
tariff throughout this country and
throughout ttie world, i tnint i spean
the sentiment of the convention when
I Bav that as betwren fres rum and
low license, we ate in favcr of high
license. Cheers. That as between
high license and pioh bition, we are
in favor of prohibition. Grant
cheers 1 "Mr. Blair went on ti eay that
they also met as Republicans. Tuey
-were in that rjartv and cculd not be
driven out, end be believed that it
was through tne JKepuancan party
that the suppiestion of the liquor
trarhc could be secured.
. The call of the States was then pro
ceeded with to form Committees on
Permanent Organ zition, Credentials,
Order of Uueinesi and Kesolutions,
The Committee on Resolutions was
composed aj follows: Khodo Island,
Henry is. Metca'i; -New Je.sey, Jotin
i. los'erj Indiana, l nomas a. iv.a
ding: Illinois, R. G. Jenkins: Wijcou
sin, James Hntherland: Minnrso a,
J.S.Smith; Kansas, T. I). Thatcher;
Massanru-'ett". Kutua n. trost; ver
mont, J. G. Meade ; Michigan, Albert
Dodge; New York, John I. Piatt.
The Committee on Credentials re
ported that 187 accredited delesa'fs
were present, as follows: Illinois 40,
Iowa 20, Kfcnsai 31, Indiana 18, Maine
1, Vermont 9, New York 6, Rhode
luand 7, Micnigun 3, Wisconsin iz,
Massac nusetts i, Nevada l, winne
EOta 15. Tex is 2, Dakota 1, Pennsyl
vania 1, Ohio 1, New Jersey 7, Nw
The Committee on Permanent 0 -sanizition
reported the name of tx
Senator William Windom, of Minne
sota, for permanent chairman. He
was unanimously elected.
The secretarits pto tern were elected
as permanent omcers. Vice presi
dent were named, one for each. State,
Mr. Windom wai loudly cheered as
be was escorted to tne chair by &x
Senator McDill, of Iowa, and Geo.
Conway, of New lorer. When tue
chairman appeared btfore the conven
tion he said:
Gentlemen of the Conference I
highly appreciate the grat honor jou
have confemd upon mo. There are
poeeibly otbtr gentlemen present who
could i tan b-t ter tnaa i can ine pre
cise purp ses of this convention. We
are here under the call of true and
loyal Rnpunlicsns, dealing through
that patty to actotnplish what we bs
lieve will bs a great good I-.t the
Ametican people. For myself I never
had the slightest thought cf attempt
ineto oreanlju a r.ew political party.
I think that such a thought doss nut
enter the mind of any other delegate
heie ir-sct. The ja-ty tbat freed
the slave, that dignified human It b r,
that enacted homestead laws, that
supprt seed the great , rebellion, thst
defended its honor ia peace and ad
vanced it to the front rank of the tu
tors of the earth, is good enough for
The rpeaker raid the record of the
party for twenty jears showed its wil
lingness to erapple this new issue aad
carry it to victory. The hpub was as
grave as any that the Republican paity
cad ever had lo meet in the past. It
resolved i'8:lf to t!ie question whether
the caloon was to dentin ti the politics
of the nation. "We do not. meet
to dictate to the Republican
party," said the speaker; "we are here
simply for cousaltation. We meet to
encourage it to take hold tf tbis ques
tion, which it surely will have to do,
and the sooner the bett r" The
speaker (aid he would look at the
question, eolely from a political stand
point, and not from trie moral stand
point. The ealoon was in politic
with its assessments and money. It
was the open ally of anarchy. It today
controlled the politics of every large
city. "It elecis your mayor," said
the speaker. "Ia Minnesota the
Democratic party bad nominated for
Governor the very incarnation of the
He then spoke for thirty minntei
o the general issue. He touched on
Prohibitionists, end said it was his
view that they could carry out their
purposes in a better way. In-following
the lead of the Republican pa'ty,
they would find that that party bad
said tbat s'avery was abso'utely abi!
ifhed. If the Republican party would
declare for high license, local option
and recrgnizi the right of the people
to vote oa the question directly when
they wished to do si, all lo'veri of
temperance should follow that lead.
On the conclusion of Mr. Windom's
address the onvent'on adjourned to
When the convention reassembled
in the afternoon the Committee on
Resolutions was not prepared to report,
and did not appear before 5 o'clock.
In the meantime short speeches were
made by a number of delegates on the
general temperance issue in the ev
eral States of the Uiiion. The report
of the committee was ai follows:
The anti-ialoon Republicans, by
their representatives in national con
vention aseembltd, do declare as fol
lows: 1. That the liqnor traffic as it exists
today in the United States is the ene
my of society, a fruitful source o! cor
ruption in politics, the ally of an
aicby, acchoolof crime, and with its
avowed purpose ol seeking t) corrupt
ly CDntrol elections and legislation is a
menu's to the public welfare and de
serves the condemnation of all goad
2. That we declare war against the
sdoon and hold it to be the supreme
duty or government to adept sncn
measnree as will restrict it and control
its lLtloeace indat the earliest possi
ble moment extinguish it altogether,
3. We believe the national bo vera-
ment should absolutely prohibit the
manufacture and sale of intoxicating
liqnois in the D strict of Co'nmbla
and in all tbeTernt jries of the United
4 We believe the Vest p aclical
method of dealing with the liquor
tratlic in the several Sla'es is ts let the
people decide whether it shall be pro-
ti biled by the submission of constitu
tional amendments, and. until such
amendments srs adopted, by the pas
sane of local option laws.
5. Teat inasmuch as the saloon
bnsine hi creates a special burden of
taxation upon the people to support
courts, jails and alruelious's, therefore
a latgs rnnual tax should ba levied
upon the saloons as long as they con
tinue to exist; and that they should
bs made responsible for all public and
private injury resulting from the
6. Tbat the Reoublican natty
wherever and whenever in power.
will faithfully enforce wha'sover or
dinances, statutes or constitutional
amendments msy ba enacted for the
restr'c ijn or sapprestion ol the liquor
7. That we approve the action of
Congress and of ttose Sta'es tbat nave
done so, in providing for teaching
the physiological effects of intoxicants
in our public schools, and that we
earnestly recommend t) every Stats
Legis'ature the enactment of su.'h laws
as shall provido for the thorough
teaching of tuch cfl'ccts to our child-
8. We recommend tint the Repub
lican party, to which wa beloiig, and
whrse welfare we cherish, shall take
a firm and docided btand, as the friend
of the home and the enemy of the
siloon, in lavcr ot this policy and
these measures. We pledge ourselves
to do our utmost to cause the pa'ty to
tae such a stand, and wecall up nUl
temperance meu and all friends of
humanity, of whatever pirty or name,
to join with us in securing these ob
jects aud in support of the Republican
party, so lar as it stiail adopt tliem.
Some opposition was provoked by
the fifth resolution on the ground thai
it recoguiz'd taxation ot the liquor
interests. It was opposed by Mr.
Wright, of Iowa, and M'. Dodge, of
Michigan. The recolution was de
fended by de'egates from Newlork,
Kansas and Rhode Island and several
o her States. It was finaly adopted,
and the re solutions adopted as a whole
with only three diaeenting votes.
During the interval between the reas
sembling of the convention and ttie
receiving of the tenoit of the com
mittee, tne tlon. tlirarn rr:cs, ot
Iowa, spoke of prohibition as an ulti
mate rrsuit of the present agitation.
This was illustrated by a careful study
ot tne ninoty of tne country during
the past fifty yean.
Mr. Dunn, of Maine, said the Re
publican party was amply able to en
force prohibition. In Maine the peo
pis had do faith. in the Prohibitionists
as political party, but in the Kepub
lican parly for tbe ci cation and en
forcement of the statutes governing
tbe sale and manutacture of liquor.
Gen. uonway, ol New York, said
tbe Binghampton convention had
spoken with no uncertain sound re
garding anti-saloon legislation, and
bad only looked wttn anxiety at tne
probable outcome of the national con
Spe' ches were a so made by the
Rsr. R. Lathrop. of Minnesota: Gen.
Nettleton, of tha same State; Judgs S.
Tyler, of Indiana, and others, holding
to tbe general view that the practical
hope ot ins temperance peapie restsd
wita tbe Republican party.
The fo'lowing National Committee
was appointed, some vacancies ti ba
tiled cereattr: Maine, Senator Wm.
P. Frje; New Hampshiie, Sena
te Henry W. Blair; Vermont, Georee
A.Brown; Massachusetts, Col. E. II.
Haskell : Rhode Island. Henry B. Met-
calf; New York, Gen. Conwy: New
Jersey, the Rev. F. B. Carroll; Poon-
syivauia, tne tion. W. W. iiraua;
Iowa, Hiram Price; Minnesota, Gen.
A. a. JNeitleton; Indiana, tx-Uov
Will Cumback; Wisconsin, E. P.
Wheeler; Kansas. Albert Griffin: Illi
nois, Col. W. A. James; Georgia, the
Hon. Alfred E. Buck.
Tbe eonven'ion then adiournod
MARRIED SIXTY MILLION'S.
AS AtTKEMg BECUHIN MltS. SJF.O.
Tbe All'.tlr Kimpla anil 1'npreten.
ikiiik Irl on (he l iiclit
New York special to the Chicago
Aififa, September 14th: George J.
Gould, the eldeet sin of Jay Gould
and heir ti his St!0, 000,000, was mar
led to Edith Kinsdon. late of Daly s
English Company, at hip father's house
in Irvington on the Hudson at 4
o'c'ock this afternoon. Miss Kingdon
and her mother quietly embarked on
Jay Gould's yaobt Atalanta at noon
today, escorted by Mr. George Gould.
At lrvmg'op tbe partv was met by
Jay Gouid himself with the family
carriage. George introduced bis bride
to his tuttier, and Mr. Gould shoos tier
hand warmly and raised bis bat. Miss
Kingdon entered the carriage firs',
and George took a seat at her side.
Mr. Gould devoted himself to Mrs.
Kingdon.and was the last to get in.
The carriage drove rapidly over tbe
graveled roads leadingto tbe mansion.
A swallow tailed lackey opened the
massive oaken doors, and the party dis
appeared in the house. Tbe marriage
ceremony was performed according to
tbe rules of the Presbyterian Church.
Congratulations were passed, and the
family eat down to an early dinner,
which was made to answer for a wed
ding feast. No preparations had been
made and the whole sllair was as
simple and unpretentious as could be.
Until 7 o'c'ock tbe honee remained
closed, and visitors who handed in
their cards were invited to call at
another time. At that hour the fam
ily coach again appeared at the door.
Mr. Geo so Gould bundled his newly
made wife and her mother into it, and
the carriage rolled off to the depot to
catch tbe 7:55 o'clock train. Geor.e
and It's bride and mother-in-law re
turned to the city on tbe train and
drove direct'y to the residence of
Mrs. Kingdom, in Thirty-eigbth
street. Young Gould sprang from the
carrifge and assisted Mrs. Kingdon
nd ttie bride to aliirht. Tbe ladies
mmediately entered the bouse, and
Mr. Gould followed them. The young
man s handsome face was rnd'anr.
"Yes, we are married," he said,
smiling. "We were married today at
my father's bouse in Irvington. All
my family were present. We haven't
made any definite ptars for tLe future
as yet, but shall probably start, on onr
wedding tour tomorrow. We don't
know where we are going, and we
Send for catalogue of the Memphis
Hospital Medical College before at
tending lectures elsewhere.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1886.
A GIG IMC DOIMR
CRUSHES A HOUSE AND BARN
AND KILLS TWO MEN.
Tbe Silver Creek Disaster Killed
by a Train-Other Casu
alties. PiTTfBt-BO, Pa , September 16. A
Wheeling, w. Va., special says: A
large reck called Bald Rock over
hung on tbe mountain side the
dwelling of LeRlie Cummins, in Jack
son county. Last night the stone,
weighirg hundreds of tons, became
deUtohed and rolled down the moun
tain, crushing tha barn and killing
four or five horses and mules. Pass
ing ever the atvb'e it struck the two
story frame dwelling, crushing its
largest timbers and killing Frank
Cummin and Edward Jenks, a hired
man. Mr. Cummins acd his wll,
wiih two small children, wera thrown
from the bed and hnrled thirty feet to
the right of the track of tbe stone and
' Plunged Uir a llridge.
DfBUuuB, la., Septembsr 10 An
Illinois Central freight engine and two
cara plunged off the Dubuque ar.d
Danleith bridge through the spn
draw this morning. Taere is but one
span from the eastern end to the draw
and the track here comes on tre
bridge right out of a tunnel. As usu
al, the eDgine was puhing hard to get
its heavy train up the giade. When
out of thetuurel and on the bridve
the engineer tried to stop the train
when he discovered the draw open
r'ght alien 1, but ti no purpose, and
over it plunged into twenty feet of
water, twen y-five L'et below, with
two cars behind it. The third hung
on the edge. Tbe fireman jumped be
fore the engine plunged, but the engi
neer was carried over. The cab be
came detached and he somehow fixat
ed off on it and tscaped with slight
1 ha Mlver Creek ItlNnaler.
Pittsiiorq, Pa., September 16. An
Erie, Tt., special says: The city is in
mourning for the dead ot Tuesday's
'railroad disaster at Silver Oreek. To
day and tomorrow masses will ha said
in all the Catholic churches for the re
pose of their souls. To the list of dead
reported last night is added the
nameoi uenry iioucit, ot irsnsnu
township, wbo died at the Erie Union
depot on the ariival of the hospital
train. E. W. Marble and Louis
Lindse, both of Erie, wounded, are
now at St. Vincent s Hospital and
will doubtless die. Win Z mmerly
and Samuel Traaey, of Herbage, ia
this county, were the two la'es-, ar
rivals of wounded. They were brought
here last evening. There have b?en
so far eighteen d paths and nineteen
wounded. Charles Kummer z, of
Pittsburg, who was reported among
tne killed, has turned up alive, but
badly wounded. He sat beside John
Suter, of Pittsburg, when he was
crushed out of human semblance, and
only (scaped a similar fate by the
telescoping cars' deviation from a
straight cour.-e. David Sharp, the
cripple, did not have his son Willie
with him wren grim deatn swooped
down npon him.
It Is believed that there were sev
eral excursionists ground to shreds
by tbe car, and all marks ol Identifi
cation lost. The two bodies not re
cognized are now thought to be thoe
of two Polandera named Scboleekwi
and Scboweskey, whese families live
cere. All tbe bodies have been de
livered to their friends in Eiie in
caskets provided by the railroad com
pany. The interments will mostly
take place today, at which time
tunerai services will be held in nearly
every church in Erie. Tbe railroad
company will Fend out special tra ns
with the remains of the dead and for
the friends of these in cases where
interment is outride of the cily. Tbe
leelicg against Engineer Viewer and
Conductor Donaldson is such that it
will never bs safe for them to railroad
again in this section. B-ewer has tied
tbe country and the conductor is still
at his home.
Hilled by a Kullroml Train.
Chester. Pa.', September 16. A cu-
riage conta'niue William Lewis, Jo
seph Mullen and a man named Car
penter, was struck by a train on the
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Bilti-
lriore railroad at 1-t rlin ttreet crossing
last night, and Lewis wss killed and
the other two so badly injured thnt
their lives ar (lnppaired of.
Schooner Loud or Iron fiuolr.
Milwaukee, Wis. September 16
A special from Bailey's Harbor, Wis.,
bits the echooner F. J. Kirg, of M jr
rietown, N. Y., laden wi ll iron ore
from Escanaba to Chicago, sprung a
leak and sunk in twenty five fathoms
of water, about six miles off Cana Is
land about 2 o'clock this morning. The
crew reached shore in the yawl. The
vessel and cargo are a total loss.
filnbbed to Death.
LoriRViLLE. Ky, September 16
John Wyatt and Dempa Lof.in are
neighbors in Marshall county, Ken
tucky, who havo not Bpoken for years.
Loftin spoke to Wvatt yesterday at a
funeral, and the latter knocked him
down with a rock. Lfftin then drew
knife and killed Wyatt. stabbing
him several times.
Ilvnaa Demolished by a Freight
St. Louis, Mo.. September 16. A
bad wreck occurred last night on the
M if soon racibc road near tbe comer
of Poplar street and the levee. A train
of fiity cars, leaded with iron and
drawn by three engines, was proceed
ing west, and when at the point above
mentioned one of the cars jumped the
track, pulling three others with it.
They ran into and demolished a small
brick noose ol two rooms occupied by
Patrick Wa'sb, who was ss'eep in tbe
house at the time. Tne bricks and
mortar fell on tip of him, and he re
ceived esvere cu s on the bead, while
bis tiacK was severely injured, lie
was sent in tbe patrol wagon to the
PiTTfliit'Ro, Pa., September 10. A
Rochtster, Pa , special says: The St.
James Hotel and five storerooms ad-
oining were destroyed bv fire at mid
night. Loss, $15,000: insurance. $.0,-
000. The origin cf tha fire is un
known, tbe vuests escsnedf rom the
burning hotel without injury.
St. Paul. Minn.. Kpntpml.or in. An
Eau Claire, Wis., special eavs: The
Chippewa Lumber and Boom" Compa
ny s rawmiu at i.nippewa falls, tne
largest in the conr.t.rv. wan ntmrfc hi-
i-ghtiiing at 2 o'clock thismorn'ngand
completely destroyed. Loss, t?L'50,000;
Bulllvnn and Jlearld to Beet Natiir-
PiTTsni'HQ. Pa.. September 16. It
has been definiteily settled tbat John
L Sullivan and Frank Hearld are to
meet and settle their little differences,
with the a ove on, in this ci'v Sa'ur
day night. lh sft-t- will inks place
in the Urand (Jentrm K i,k. 'ltmyw
sparfcr ioiut tix rjnnds with soft
tloves under Marqu'.s of 2ieensbnry
rules. I ters win oe no poliro inter
feience, as the nianssers of i ho afiaii
have been licensed to give the enter
maut, prcv dad tbe meu do not vio'
late the laws governing g.ove ex mm
BRADY OX TllK WAR PATH,
UCTIIBE1TEKS TOtaVF.TUK IX
Of the Ntar Houte King and of the
Vote of the Nttie r
Tho Washinaton Cn'iir, a rw?pappr
lormerly ownol by lien, lltomiaj.
Brady, and. in which he ia understood
to rrtdn some D.-oorietarv interest.
st ib s that Gen. Brady in in the c ty
for the double purpossof enlightet iog
the public as to the ins ds history nf
the tar route ring, and a'so as toatho
count of the vote of Flor.da in 1870,
be having keen one of the visiting
stateauieu "wno were present in Flor
ida during that exctrg time." Mr.
Brady is quoted as saying :
' I propose to pla e eeveral alleged
statesmen and others in the public
pillory in older mat their fel'ow citi
zens mav see tbem in their true lisht
Some people posing btfore the pub ic
as moral stint, who a 'hnlier-than-
tbou' cast of countenance, I ehall im
pale upon the corroded points of thir
own corruption, l shall embelliBh my
books wi-h fac-imile an rgraph lo'
ten and memoranda, which will sneak
for themselves. I have shielded a lot
of hypocritical and moral coward
long enough, and there is nothing left
tor me to do but to publish tho trm
Inside history ot these events."
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Fliimit GtKMl And Lomv
trim. onUmts io. Ho poutu
Mlt:i.VIU t ndjustnble to meet any need
orbusinets. Itis obeapor thnn old ityle. ('an
bo put up by tny one. i iiiuif lor
I'ni.lry nnd Book Mielm. Address
KOC1I A. II. C O., BirrM,,
841 MAIN NT., lt:OKIA, ll.l... or,
Slnim(ni Hrlwr'o.,St. Louis. Mo.
Edffcworth JJoarding jmd Day
KC1100L for Younir Ladies and Tittle Girls.
Mrs. H. F. LfcTELIVItls, rrmeipal, io. i
IrsBhllnMrwI. HHlllmort. Ml. The
illiiii school yenr will begin on Thursday,
brpeeiubnr Hi ,IH.
jliX !L f
PrpArM with strict rpjrftrd to PtiritT, fttrMiirth nnd
HfaHlifiiliM-KP. lr. I'rli't Hkinr I'owiUt iHiutntitj
n Ammonlft.I.lme, Alum r l'hiM.iiiMn, lr. rrin'1
Kxtrscts, Vanilla, Leuiuu, etc., flavor deilclouttijr
PftfCZ BAKING POWDtt CO. Ch1ep and St UuK
Tho Planters Firo and
O litre la ( empany'a ltiillailosr. Xo. 41 NndlNon Ntrwltlniiphla, Tenn,
D. T. PORTER, Pr. 1 .1 was. OVKKTON. Jr.. VlxtwPrtw. I J. II. NMIT1I, Sc'y
IP. II. Ill '' K, AmIhikiiI Npcrettiarr.
lRi:TORl-S II. BROOKS, ol Brooks, Neely 4 IV ; R. L. COFFIN, of Dillnrd 4 Coffin
D. T. 1'OHTKR, of Porter Jk Macraes JOHN OVKRTON, Jr., J. C, MILLS, J. R.
GODWIN, of J. K. Godwin A Co. J. M. (lotiDBAK. of Uoodbar 4 Co. s
J. M. I'll I I.I.I P.i. IIAHIlWIil PKItKS
Conimeurt 1 lltlklnr.a in IMH7. I r I'bUI, 41 vrr Half milliin,
Dwrlliiiina FaperlHlly israirvtl.
Also Represents the Spriviikislu Kiu. of Springfield, Mass. i Onmnu IIoMg Insiraiics
loumanv; mol'mtain CITY, or Lnattanooga, lenn.
39 Union St.,
J, T. jTAMABON.
0. 0. HII5.
J, T. FARGASON & CO.
UlicIeSaile Grocers & CqSIoh Factor?,
189 Front Stroet,
Oettea eonsigned to ai will hay oar oarefnl
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winos, Llquorsjobaceo & Clfjari
IV. T ItOHDKE.
31 and 3G Had I no n
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Non. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE El'T,
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
Kplrai. ?!t22$&&iL&vi H....ll
(Hacoessors In this lenartmont to JOHN M AN0GUR.)
-Write ns for Infnrmntinn on AMY TIIU In eilhr,r I Ine.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and
89G-S03 Front St., Memphis., Tenn.
DILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchants,
Wo. HO fSonth Ha In St.. Ut. rnl
J i r
Manufacturer of Alabama Lime,
AND DEALER 15
SFUTOR PIPF. POKTLArVD CrirlEXT,
tXTTK I.IMGM. ICOSKIALK CKMIONT.
TlaLK. FIKK 'ft.AV,
rV2 PROWT BTaBITr.
I. Oavf .
Jona S. nlllvaeif
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton factors
And CGmmission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis. Tern
BETWEKS ADAMS ABO JEFrElMOSi.
Mr. X. S. Kim IT deroUs his wtolo time to the weighing and sa'e of Jl Cottoa etUuiei
- to or charge. Cotton Warehouse. 16 Waiuingtoa stroU-
TTiURSUANT to an eiecution l.iM.rl An
Jl. gust 6, l&Hi, from the hupreme Court of
Tenaeiee, on juitgnient rendered by said
vourl, J una im, int, in lavor ol J . L. ltiper
snn against W. B (lalhr alb anil J. Si,
Fowlkes. comprising the fir in of V. 11. (lal
Sreath It Co., for one thmmand and eiihiy
nine dollars and eighty-five cnu ijlus-j a",)
I will on
RalnrdnT. ftrtobrr a. IHSfl.
in front of the Courthouse doir. in Shnlhi
county, Tenn.. sell to the bigheit tiiil.Ur lor
canhthe following doerihed tmctof land I
the Taiing Uulrlrt of bh. lby county, in
Shelby oounty, Tf nn., tn-wit : IVginning at
a point on the south line ol I'mon street,
We feet east of a four (4) foot alley; then.-e
ea.t on and with south line of llnlon street
'M feet toastnke; thence southwardly, at
ntcht ansies witn i nion siroet, rjnieettonn
alley: thence with said alley westwarilly
"M teet to a stake; thence on a line per
pendicular to Vnion street northwardly hut
feet to the point of beginning, being same
lot conveyed by W. I). Wulbroath to A. Vu
raro by deed reniilered in Shelby county,
Tenn., In book lic, page 1U7, and paine being
tbe ear t half of lot conveyed by K. Lane to
SI. L, .Meacnam ana . 11. Halhrenth, by
deed in book 51, page l'.'t. of tha Register's
office of said county. Levied on aa tbe prop
erty of W. li. Uallirealh to sati.ty said el
ecu tion. W. 1). CANNON, Sheriff.
hy Jhhk J. Mabiih, Deputy Sheriff.
I'oston k Poston, Attorneys.
a rn t7)'IM Til OS. P. SIMPSON.
a. iV L 1J AO-Waihina-ton. D. C. No
pay asked for patent until obtained.
or invenror a mnno.
Marino Insurance Co.
R. A. FARK.XK.
I. L. W00DBO1
Memphis, Ten a.
attention. Wo carry at all times a well-
n. i. nouiiti:
Nt., t RlnininliU. Tenn
AHO fc Co
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
lOOto 174 Adams St., Memphis
H'tllsir I roe
DEP'T, 22 anil 2S8 Second 8t.
1-IJATT OIW CO.
Manafaotnrer't Agents for
Daniel Imlt Codon GIiih,
i'KKDKHS AND C0NUENHKR3,
NMILEY, SMITH t CK
Prti Eel I par. Hollar Utnu, Food
ere atari win Ua'saitlrfire,
OS to 104 I'oplHr St., Jleiiinhl.
srPratt Revolving-Heart (Una nne
quHled. Block now comploto. Prioes
reduced. Correanondenoe ana omen
lolioited. Old (itns Repaired In First
la s Ord '. All work guaranteed.
i,h isvii.m: cii:iriiiT(
IIAIK and FUSE It KICK, Et;
m. t. cisv k.
WILL b. opened Juno 1st. This note4
watering-place la situated six mtleg
from tna Furnaoe, on the Nashville ana
Tuscalooaa railroad, in Ilickman county
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at Jitna
and will convey gneats to springs at a verf
Bonral, MO Por Mossib i tl Per nj;
KlMWIal Bate lo t'asaalllew.
We invite all who wish to spend the most
pleasant seaon of their lives to coins to
lleavordam, especially seekers of pleaaura
and health. Uood water and pure air ia
Liverymen, Centrevllle, Tenn.
E. A. DKAN, Prop'r Centrevllle Hotel.
aJK4NI IIOTFI., A I.I'M NPKIIltJIt,
Kockbrldgo Co., Va. High up in tha
irginia mountains. Ficturesiiue surround
ings, eatenaive and beautilully shaded lawn.
Has, electric bolls, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
eipreas offices on the premises. Table tha
very beat. l,uurioualy furnished roomer
aui orb band of music Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charges moderate. Olm for vis
itor!, June 15th. HW.: Alum, ChnlybenH
and frv.M. R.T. WimWON.Man'gr.
Anions the Northern Lakes
of Wiacnnain, Minnesota and Iowa, are hulJ
dreds of dolightlul places where one can pass
the summer months in quiet real and enjoy,
ment, and return home at the end of tha
heated term completely rejuvenated. Kaoh
reourring season brings to Oconomowoo,
Waukesha, Heaver Imn, Frontenao, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Dear, and innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantio names, thousands of our best eeopla
whose winter homes are on either side of Ma
son and Dixon's line. Klegance and com
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer '-omen, with all
necessary Inlorma Ion pert ting thereto, ii
being distributed hy the Chioauo, Vit.wo
Kag axu Bt. I'ai'L ItAii.WAV, and will brtsnt
free upon aiiplioatli n by letter to A. V.
Carpenter, General Passet gar Agent, Mi
Crub Orcluirtl Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The eioeMen
of tbe cui'ine. nnd accoinmodatinna char.
a-teriatie of thla hotel during the past three
years, shall be fully maintained this inimn.
Excursion tickets to the Spring hy the L.
and N. Hallway are good via Louisville, beta
going and return Inv, to prncsed on first truin
succeeding arrival in Louisville.
W T Hit ANT. 1'ro't. .1. C. KTNU, flnn't.'
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
'o. 17 JenVrson Mtrei't,
(Between Main and Front.) MKMP1U8.
IKatnbllshed In 110.1
DR.J0IINSON Is acknowledged by all par
ties Interested aa by lur the most suo
oesstul physician in the tr.atw.ntuf private
or secret dlaesses. Quick, permanent ourel
guaranteed in every case, male or fen al..
Hecont cases uf tlonorrhca and Syphilis
oured In a f w days without the use of mer
cury, chunae of diet or hindrunce from
business, becondnry Syphilis, Ihe last ves
tige eradicated with'Mtbe use of mercury.
Involunanry loss of semen stopped in abort a
timo. bufforers O'lin iinpotency or lois of
sexual powers restore to fievviMor in a tow
weeks. Victims of self-abuse and ecuaivo
venery, sufToring from spcrtniitorrbeik and
lossof physical find mental tutwur, ape-iiily
and permanently cured. Kurhrulur uttjn
tion paid to tho Diseases ot WorniM), und
ceres guaranteed, l'i'es and old sores pined
without the us. of caustic or the knlle All
ennsultat'one strictly ODtifldantial. Mnli
eines sent by ei press to all parts of tho
sserWurklnginen enred at half the usual
rates, tftioenours from S o'clock a.m. tot
o'clock p.m. D. ri. JOHNSON, M.D.
rrUirnfi nriTtl A book of HKI parol.
.n.'-U oontains lists ol
Bowspanora and oatluTeus oi the cost of ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
on. dollar, finds InMt ,the information he r
qulres, whll. forNhlai who will inv.st ona
hundred thnnsandldollars lnr.advertlsing. a
scheme ii Indicated which will meet nil
reqnirem.nt, or can bo mad. to do so
lint chan ires easily arrived ai oy oorra
pondeno. one hundred ana nity-tnre.
.ditlons hav. besan lssu.l.
to any address lor ten eeas.
P. ROWKLL Jt CO.. NKWBPAPK1I AD
VElt riSINa BUREAr.IOMpruo.it. iPrint
ne Hons. Nonar1. N'.w York.
aall yonr ratniter for tCi. Original SS Khooi
IW-waronf Imlunona. -
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE
v . - AOMn. llueioellllu Dumi
onc. A iKsstal card aril t C4
oa wilt bring you Informal
kaay Bute or Territory.
J. Moans a Co.;
41 UlHn Bt..
Thlg aline ail blKber In tho estimation of
n-mrmrm ti.en any otlior in lim wnri,i. 'i noii
aSTwh "woai li WW loU yuu tuo ruoa U yoa
Omi'g Mkmi'IHR 08 I.roiiT Coui-asit,)
.MgUPHIH, Tknn. I
BY order of tho Hoard ol Uirocturi of tho
Memphis tins Light Company, mado
July,1), IKHfl, a moetinsr ol the stonhholders oi
said coinpnny was oalled to bo held on Mon
day, October t. IHHii, b I I ho olliceoflbe com
pany, in Mouiphia, at I'J in., toconsidor anal
act upon a contract nimlo by the Hoard ot
Directors with 'J'nxing District ol Milb
county, a copy ol which coiilruot huia been
sent by mall to eanli stockhcliler. In lurihel
- I ...!- ,.f II.. 11., nr. I KtliM
pursuance wi r.iiuni "i ...-.
ol sai.1 meotlig is hereby givon to tho stock-
noiuers ol sum company, arm uiur ciu
esllv rc'iuesind to be present, or send proxies
Willi inoir 1IIBI UI I lull. l. V" ,
their stuck upon this proponitlon to accept
or reject .... -yi8K1M CBAM,
r.f atAittnhl. llll Liubt Co.
Septotiiber 1, lsii. ,
IIKAIMlllAKI l Its FOK
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Irou Roofing.
Fire, vVlnal, Water and 1 IkIiIsiIsibT
prHr. Suitable for sll binds of buildings.
Vnr rirtcn. in4 A.timntA. at fiLCtnr r. ImS.
oall vn or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A MO Main St., and 21 1 23 Mulberry St..
Headquarters tor Iron Fines and Creating,
fialvnnixed Iron Cornice. Tin Itrnf. A Moves,
No. 5:'5, It. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
Morrison et al.
ZJV virtue of an Interlccutory decree for
JJ sale entered in the anove cauae ou in.
Hth day ot Docimbor, WV. M. B. 511, pair.
Jl, 1 win sell ot puonc auction, to toe uku
est bidder, in front of the Clerk and Mas-
' nOl.ta aI kltallt 11 1 W.
Memphis, Tennessee, on
Nntiiralny, NriHmlcr 39, 1HN,
I. VI. 1 .1 k..n. 11,. r..ll..wlnv ,l.Atn.fl
property, situated la Shelby county, Tel -nessee.
N. ;HlntM, fronting 20-4 feet on th .ast
side ol Chickasaw street by a depth of 14(V,
set, said lot being "m foot south of Wln-
cnester street, oom i. pii'ori wi mi -known
toirs of J. A.Utskett.
Part of country lot vjs, fronting 37 feet en
the norlh aide of Auction street, tiy a depth
of 1 4S.1-. leet. Hjld as property of Sarah Mor
rison nnd others.
lot 17il, fronting ST'-S feet on the eat sld )
ot Main street, by 14'- feet doep, t fent
north of Auction street.
Terms ol fale On a credit of six months,
not. bciiring intcrost, with security, ra-.
quired; lien retained; redemption barred,
ThisiTth day of August, lsi.
.-. I. MCDOWELL. Clerk and Master.
t'v It. F. Coleman, Deputy C. andM.
F. II. A O. W. Heiakell. anllcitora.
KUmi.y,y. Y.-Uoardon the Al ill .
Mrs. II. C. Howard, l Washington
Park. Rooms large; location delightful.
Convenient to ers to .Manhattan Heach,
Coney Island, Long Boach and Central 1'arkl
alio to itew York places of a nusemont.
ft 1 etsB