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MEMPHIS, TENN.f SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,. 1SS0.
VOL. XL VI NO. 219
FIVE IJIOUSMD VOTERS
LISTEN TO THE DEBATE BE
TWEEN THE BROTHERS.
B Received With Fnthnsktsm and
Ills Speech Applauded to
ISriOIAL TO THI 1PPL.1
Shelbyvillb, Tbnn., S ptembar 17.
The town aat full of people from
tbis and adjoining couaiita this morn
ing when tbe train arnv6a wun me
Taylor brothers, just ir.im MrMinn
vilie. There were more than 500U peo
ple on the ground ween the candi
dates airived and got on the etand,
comic? in company with a few friends.
Alfwas introduced by Cipt. Warder
in a speech tan imnrepea the audi
ence that he wasn't a b.t ashamed of
being a Iispub.ican, aud which indi
cateu that his caudidute was as open
and bold about it at he was. Alf
stepped . forward where everybody
could sea him. "When he atcoi up
IXrOSID BIS 'BALD BHD
to the Eun and commenced (o speak it
was manliest that he was quite sick,
hesldei being exceedingly hoa'sa,
Everybody sympatbiz-td with Bob,
who rat back and manifested the
dee 063 1 interest in his broker, only
winking an eye at the crowd w'jen he
rontdn a nelp it, Irom tcrce ot nam.
In the kindest way he fre
ouett'v f unlisted to hia brother to
stand luriher baok and try and protect
his head from the sun's rays. For a
sick man. spiking under great diftl
culties and in a bad cause, Alf fought
bravely. Thrjuxhout hia rpeech he
spoke of Bob a "my horjorb!e com
petitor," but JJjn speke ot him as
"my brother." His speech wes not at
all eqml to the one he made two years
ago at the old theater in Nashville,
but it was an exctedingly plucky
speech, and greatly pleated bis friends,
as frequent outbursts of applause
showed, lie laid great stress on tbe
TAKIFF AND TUB BLAIB BILL;
aiid the latter bill pasted the Senate
by the votes of two-:hlrds of the Sen
ators of both parties, and it was sup
posed a Demrcr.tic Hnuse would pass
it at ODce. He said the illiteracy of
the Sautn demanded the enactment of
this measure. He caid, in conclusion,
that hia honorable competitor was ao
able man and th party knew what it
was doing when it selected him ; that
having made a platform that took
both sides cf all questions it was im-
poitant to get a man as the
candidate who could speak an
hour and half and say nothing.
Bob was received wi'h shouts of ap
plause, which continued for some
time. He said his brother told the
rowd tbat'tbe Democratic party had
no, principles txiept wbtit itole from
the Republican party, lie dido't like
to dispute about facts, but the Demo
cratic party wis a lull grown man with
all its Jefiei&onian principles known
to'the world bilore tbe Republican
party was born. He said
BIS BBOTHKR BAD P1CTUBKD
In strong colors the condition of the
county when the Republican party
went into power, and he pointed to
the' deplorable condit on the country
would be in whtn the patty went
out of power. He said tbis reminded
him oi the landlord who demanded
a retnrn of his premises and told the
tenant they most be in the same con
dition as when be entered. Tbe tenant
said be couldn't rernra the premises
in that condition, but too landlord
said, "You mu-t." "Then," said the
tenant, "U wilt drop a cat in
the cistern and adverse for
bedbugs." In arraigning tbe Repub
lican party, Bab made the most
of the impeachment of Andrew John
Ron and having Hayes to usurp the
Presidency, severely and powerfully
did he arraign the party for usurping
the Presidency, and f r tbe usa of tbe
President's office and tie people's
money lor party purpxes. his man
ner of discursing tuo tariff must be
satisfactory to all Democrats who want
thn lair thing. lie sna gned the Ke
pub lean paity, as the Chicago plat
form does, for its
INIUUIT0U8 AND 'UNEQUAL TAB1KK,
and showed in tbe clearest language
mat tue uemociaac party is tor re'
forming and revising tbis war tariff.
Hut here comes in the pith of bis
speech on tbis subject. He showed
lb at reform and pi otecion go together ;
tbat in making a taritt there are cer
tain thinas to be kept in view. It mmt
raise revenue sufficient to support the
government economically adminis
tered, pay the premium and the inter
est on the public debt and protect
American labor to tbe extent of the
difference in wages in tbis and foreign
T MMMlaala Prtfnce Alexander
London. SeptMuber 18. A rumor is
eutrent that a plot has been discov
ered to a;sa?8!na'-e rnnce Alexander,
and that two men have been found
who were paid to commit the crime.
TO MAINTAIN BKB INDEPENDENCE
Sofia, September 17. The Russian
agent has informed the Bulgarian
Government tbat Iius ia has not only
resolved to maintain the independence
of Bulgaria, but has reserved for her
celf the right of defending it.
THEY MUST UK PCNIHUED.'
Sofia, September 17. Cols. Mut
keroff and Kickolainff, tbe latter of
whom is Master of War. both declare
that unless Alexanders kidnappers
are pnnisbed revoluton may break
out at any moment Tbe trial of the
revolutionists by court martial is pro
ceeding in spite of Russia's prohibi
tion, and is coneidere J a direct aet of
rebellion against Russia.
Anklntr Tor Fin ther Ald-The gill
tlon Nilll Deplorable.
Charleston, S. C Ssptember 17.
Last night was quiet. Woik going
on actively, but bricklayer' and plas
ters are badly neBdeil. The subsist
ence committees are now iesuiog ra
t'ons to nearly 7000 persons, a larje
majority of whom are colored. No
owe of dietrets fi;s to leceive prompt
Major Courterny today iieued a
prcclama'ion instruntinu rtsolutions
of the L'iiy Council appealing for
additional aid fcr the stricken city;
callinx attention to the deplorable
situation still existirg, and ssking tbe
press of the country to give the procla
mations the benefits of its far reaching
circulation, There was a slight shock
of earthquake at 2:25 o'clock this
ASKING AID TO BlIll'ILD THK CHl'HCBES.
WASHINGTON, r-'eptember 17. Bisb
od Paiol has sued a circular to the
Epirropal clergy and congregations of
tbe Dice-e of Maryland recommend
ing and lequesting that in all the
churches of that diocrse offering be
received on Sunday, September 26tb,
for rebuilding tbecburches of Char Its-
THE THIRTEEN STATES.
M t ETISCi OF THE GOVERNORS TO
ABaaaNUK FOB AN
Ofeaer ranee el the Centennial Ana
venal- or I lie 1'nlled Matte
ParLADELPBtA, Pa., 8fp'emb9r 17.
As a result ot the movement upon tc
paitcf the Chief Magistrates of the
thirteen original btates, seven Uov
ernora of as many commen wealths
met here today to arrange for a fitting
observance oi the centennial asm
versary of tbe promulgation of the
constitution of the United S ates,
This centenary will occur on Septem
ber 17, 1887. Ten States were repre
sented Tvew Hampshire, Maesacbu-
setts aud North Carolina wer not
represented, but probab'y will bs by
tomorrow. Tin f dlowirg Governors
were present: nt'tieon, ot rennsyl
v.mia; L?e, Virginia; Lloyd. Mary
land: Stockley, Delaware; We'moie
Khcde island ; McDaniei, Ueorgia, an
Sbeppard, of South Carolina.
New York wss represented by L ea
tenant Governor Jotes; New Jersey
by a csmmittee ot tne tsta'e l-egmla
ture, and Connecticut by h-Qov. Big'
At the Continental Hotel Gov. Pat
tison delivered a brief address of wel
come. There were present alro many
other distil guished visitors from the
various btates. After Gov. Pa''
tison's speech the paity divided into
pairs and marched down Chestnut
street to the old S:a'e home. Here
the party halt d in tbe loom where
the Declaration cf Independence was
signed, and, standing nnder a canopy
ot red, wnite and Diue, tiey listened
to ao adddress of welcome by Mayor
Carpenter Hall, the old hall, where
in 1774 the first Colonial Corgreas
met, eleven provinces beingrepresen
ed, was the next place visi'ed. At this
pla e also a meeting was held. The
Governors ranged tbemselvss around
the larpe table near the center of tbe
hall. R chard K. Bette, one of the
oldest membe-s of tbe "Carpnters
Company of the city and county of
Philadelphia," welcomed the visitors
and briefly reviewed the history of the
tirreworn meeting place. Hampton
L. Carson then delivered tbe oration
The business meeting of the Gov
ernors was called to ordr by Gov,
Pat'ison. Gov. Lee, of Virginia, wai
invited to take tbe chair. Mr. Larson
wss elec ea secretary. Letters were
read from the .Governors of North
Carolina, New Hampshire and Ma?s-
ehusetts. regretting tneir lnamnty to
be present, and assuring the Govern
ors tbat tbey were in svmpatny witb
the movement. Col. J. E. Pryton,
woo onainaed tns Idea oi a celt bra
tion, and who has chargi of the ar
rangements, was invited to tne stand
to make any suggestions which might
nave occurred to nim. Tbe uolonel,
in reply, said that it would be a good
idea to nave every State In tue Union
represented at the celebration next
September by - a regiment of
soldiers. It seemed to - him that
the vonng men in the various States
would gladly avail themselves of tbis
opportunity to participate in the cele
bration. On motion of Gov. Pat ison
the organization was madepermaneot
ltie Governor sngges ed also tbat a
committee consisting of the Governors
of tbe thirteen (states and representa
tive citizeos Irom tbose States be ap
pointed to prepare a plan fcr the cele
bration. On inot'on oi Gov. Stock l-y.
of Delaware, tbe Cha r appointed a
committee consisting of five members
to draft a plan. Tbe Governor of
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Rhode Isl
and, Maryland and Georgia were D
pointed. A recess was taken to enab'e
tbe committee to prepare a plan
During tbe sejsion in Ca'peater's
Hall reeolutirns wsra adopted that
eacn btate ana i err tor y be invited to
UDite in preparation lor a nroper na
tional celebration of the adoption of
tbe Federal constiiution, to be held in
this city in Sentember of next year.
and tbat tbe President be invited to
formally communicate t Congress at
their nrxt meeting tbe fact tuat his
administration closes tbe first century
of constitutional government, and to
urge upon tbat body tbe propriety of
taking measures to render tbe celebra
tion worthy of an occasion of such
dignity aud importance; that the
Eiecuti ve of every State and Territory
in tbe Union bo formally communi
cate a witn, and urged to press upon
tne attention oi tbeir people tbe tit
ness of their hearty co-operation.
A resolution was also passed request
ing that delegates from tbe different
States and Territories be sent here to
meet on December 2d next to organize
a permanent organization worthy of
Reso'utions were also adonted look
jug to the appointment of a committee
ot cit jsens to co-operate witb tbe per
manent organization, extending sym
pathy to the earthquake sufferers of
South Carolina and thanking tbe Car
renters' Company for the use of the
ARKANSAS TOTAL TOTE.
The Demoeratlr Majority
Littls Rock, Ark., September 17.
Tbe total vote of this State in tbe Sep
tember election fools up 143,000. The
Democratic majority is 37,000 Tbe
Legislature stands: House Demo
crats, 67; Republicans aud Wheelers,
23. Senate Democrats, 27; Repub
licans and Wheelcm, 5.
Ail over the world Dr.' Bull's
Cough Syrup is making its way, and
at every D ace it reaches consnmn-
tive peofcle are more seldom met. 25
The Cholera Report.
Vienna. Sentember" 17. Two Der-
sons died of cholera yesterday in Trieste
and three in Pestta. There were
eleven new case) reported in (he for
mer city and four in the latter.
Rome, September 17 There were
six deaths irom cholera 'during the
twenty-four hours ending yesterday in
Taranto and sixteen new cbssp. In all
the other it-fceted districts cf Italy
tere were tbirly-aevan new ca-.es and
Flesh wounds (cu's i
can be teadily healel by
cations oi Salvation Oil.
a few ajipli-
JI3I GRAY'S VICTORY.
WINS THE Bid STAKE
Halva R., Wanderco and Pat Sheedy
the Other Winners-At Brook
lyn and Brighton.
Louisville, Kr., Stptembar 17.
There wss a fins programme for the
fifth day of tbe meeting. Weather
threatenirg in tbe morning, but
cleared off about noon. Attendance
Firit Race. Three quarters o' a mile
heats; purse $i(;0, all aee, $100 to
second. Starters: Finalny (l08), Rt
val; Violin (105), Arnold; Little Fel
low (100), Wilson; Dancing Kid (108),
L.Jones; LordClifden (105), Curtis;
Malva R. (89), West; Hattoo (99),
Childs; Lizzie Carter (94), Kiehi;
Canus (97), Vittie; Eflie U. (105),
Pool. First Ileal: Finality, $25;
i-.lbie U., ; imiciDg nid, t, : V io
lio.10; field. 111.
After several attempts to get away
Eflie H. and Violin jumped to the
tront. Tbey ran in tbis order to tb
three-quarter pole, where all closed
for the finish. Malva R. and Finality
were lapped, cms a. tri:rj and rue
ning easy. They ran to the wire in
this order, Malva R. winning by
length ; Finality second, tffie H. third
Second Heat. Pooh. Malva R., 150
Eflie H., $25; Finality, $20; field. $10,
and ak a: n Malva K , 150; field, $41.
Finality and Eflie H. jumped iff in
front with the others well up, and
tbey raced in this order to the tbrse
quarter pole. Tbere Malva K. cim
out, and Line ti. and Malva K. run-
Diog, lapped near the wire. Malva R,
woo by balf a length; Effie H. second
two lengths in front of Finality, tbiid
Time 1 :ltH.
Second Kace Handicap, all ages.
mile and a quarter, $100 to tmt, $75 to
second, btarters: lonsy (107), Curtis
Lady Wayward (112), Lewis; Wan
deroo (95), Covington: f-'an'a Anita
Belle (8), Monahan; Panama (108),
Hams; L Sylphlde IllUI, stovat.
Pool. Panama, $25; lady Hay
ward, f 12: Topsy.ifa; neid, $10.
Wanderoo got off firs. Tbe others
could no catch bim and he won by
length; Panama second, La Sylphide
tbirJ. Time z:ui. ropsy was wen
thought of in this race, but she broke
down at the turn for home. This was
expected by quite a number, ai she
has bsen weak on her legs for quite a
Third Race. mile and three-quarter?.
Tbe great American s'allion
stud, vilue to the winner abont $W00,
had only four starters. Bnb Fisher
T118), L Jonss; Jim Gray (118), Gar
rison; Sir Joseph (118), West; Silver
Clond (118 . Murohy.
Pool. Jim Gray, $70; Silver Cloud
$32; Hir Joseph, $31 ; Bob Fisher, $6,
SirJcsepn got on first, c'osely fal
lowed by Bob Fisher. Silver Cloud
being last. As tbey passed tbe s'and
Jim Gray bad taken the lead, with Sir
Josepn just behind and silver utoud
at his skirts. Gray kept in front to
the stretch, where Sir Joseph looked
like a winner and pushed no first
His jockey lost his stirrup, and Gray
went to the front and won ea-ilv. Sir
Joseph and Silver Cloud raced for sec
ond. and many nought that Murphy
had landed his mount first, but the
decision gave the puce to Sir Joseph,
Oliver u oua tinrci. ime-3:iwi.
Foiirft Race. Seven furlongs, purso
VMb. 150 to second, lor all ages, selling
Staler: Mountain Range, Haggiop,
(iuj; Kaiata, liarnep, (83); jNoia m.,
Ford, (95); Ligan, Covington, (85);
Fit rimore, Johnson, (92) : B, Blue.
Crittenden, (104); Pat sheedy, Harris,
(95) ; JNell'B J., West, (99) ; Jim Nave,
Ritchie. (82) ; Revenge, Lshue, (82) ;
atcn Mini, Taylor. ( 107).
fooi. Jim jNave, S12: Ligao. l?l0:
Sheeny, ay; nald, f-'o.
.Nellie M. and Watch Km acted
badly and tbere was a bad
start, but they all got off with
the racs between Pat Sheedy, Ligan
ami isora m., ana tney fame ii in
tbis order. Time 1:301. No mutuals
KNTBIIS, WEIGHTS AND POOLS FOR TO
Locihvillk, Ky.. September 17.
The entries, weights and pools on to
mo row s events are as follows:
First Rate. Three-quarters of a mile,
selling. Mus'cBox (100), $7; Mary
Porter (94). ; Tcboupltoulas 89),
$7: Bob Swimm (108), $110; Ovid
(8B1.S42; Uttie Ubarlie (82), S4; Vul
ran (102), $20; Henrietta (85), $15;
Bettio Wilson (99). !); Monarch 95 .
$20; AK'h iiishop (95), $5; McLaugh
oecond Kace. anlora sweepstakes,
one mile, uoiian lit)), J400; J ant)
ert (110), $75; Clarion (110), $235;
Nellie U. (10 ), i : uarairja(iU7j,SOU;
Nick Fioi?r (103), $75tloeolence(103),
$40; Alimony (100). $16; Bin Yan
U03).$45O. Total, $1398.
Third Kace. sine and an eigntn.
selling. Taxgatherer (7), $135; War
Higa (94 , 90; John Sullivan 85).
$25; Ultimatum (105, $49; Violator
(106). $30; Dmcing Kid (100), $i00;
Fourth Jiact.VD mile, Welter
weights. Little Fellow (143), $25;
Grant G. (133), 10; Tom Barlo
(146). $16; Lz Carter (133). $11:
Skobeloff (143), $70: Fellow Broeck
(136). $6; Dark Hall (117), $05; Long-
way ( 143), ; Warrington (14a), $105,
man Kae. mnuirap, mile and a
quuter. Flora L (97), $51 ; Hooedale
(110), $45; Mcola (95), $40; Ponka
(113). $180; Sour Masu (100)'. $27:
TbeSIasbei (103), $80.
Bnanlnc at Brooklyn.
Gravksbnd, N. Y., September 17.
First Kace. 1'uiBe lor three year olea.
one mile. Lite umnia won by a
length; -innette second, Burch third.
Time 1 :43.
Second Race Puree for two year
olds, three-quarters cf a mile. Sun
beam won by two lengths: Gracio;a
second, Maggie Mitchell third. Time
TTitrcf Kace. For three vsar olds.
mile and a quarter. Brown Duke won
by two lengths; Housatonio second,
Pontico third. Time 2:11.
Fourth Race. Mile and a onarter.
Millie won by half a length: Elk wood
second. Exile third, lime 2:10J.
tutli Kacmvm eigbtcsofa mile.
Swift won by three lengths: Pericles
second, Kaxony third. Time 1 :28.
Sixth Race. Une mile. Enor won
br two lengths; Seamora second.
Brought on tlnrl. Time- -1:43.
On the Track at Brighton.
EBirtHTON BAcn, X. Y.SeDtembsr
17. Fiit Racc.-F at Be, thiee-quaiters
of a mi'e. Bellona woo by a, Deck;
Daly Oak second, Bolladooa third.
Second Race -r-Seven-eightlij of a,
mile. Won by Beggars' Tlu-h bv a
length; Warren Lewis s eond, Kink
third. Time -1:32;
1 hird Race Seven-eigliti s of a mile.
Won by R!ax by three ln. tin; Bat
tledore second, Blue 1'aer third.
Time 1 :32
Fourth Ract Thftte quarte s of a
mile. Won by Do la B:s-h by four
lengths; Annie Manin second, B'g
Head thl-d. Time I:17J.
Fifth Race-i)M n:ile. Won by
Bsrnum by three lenntbe: Treaoirtr
second, Fttig Kvle third. Time 1 :41.
Sixth Race. tlandictp s'eep'ni'haxe,
over ti e f ill cour ei Jester win by
two length; Mmtmor-t second,
Oaei'ia third. Time-5:12 Ce'tift
catss paid $308 10, $"7 CO and $17 25.
Ilearb the ravorlle la ilin Kace T
London, September 17. Th scull
ing match between Bmi'lt, of Aus
tralia, and Gaudaur, of Canada, will
tjk plscj today, Beaeb ia tue favorite
in tha be'ting, 5 to 2 bain lid on
him. Rom aud Le. the Amer c-m
ca'smen, have issued a chal.enge to
row a double scull race with any two
men in tbe world for X'.'O.) a aide.
The Sullivan and Hearhl Fight.
New York, Ssptember 17 A 'a'ge
number of sporti from New Yora,
Boston and Philadelphia wll attend
the Sullivan-Hearld fight at Pittsburg.
Ia CBso the authorities interfeie a
private exhibition will be g ven, to
which spectators w.ll 13 adiuitied at
from $15 to $20 a had.
PiTTSBDBQ, Pa., Sep'embar 17. A
meeting of the leafing ministers of
Allegheny City was hjld ia Millet's
Hall tonight to take measures to 1 re
vent the Hullivan-Hearld tight It. was
decided to viat the Mayor and Chief
of Police iu a body tomorrow morning
and tequesUhem to revoke the license
which bad been granted, if the au
thorities reluse to interfere it is pro
posed to go into court and ask for an
injunction reitraining tbe pugilists
The Itoneaater Hare.
The race for tbo, Donctster slakes,
for three year old,' wa won by Prince
Sillikoff's colt, Silver, by six lengths;
Lord Alingtou's colt, Cnd:emas, sec
ond, and Lord Zetland's colt, Gray
Fr ar, third. Time 1 :42 2-5.
The Doncaster cup, about two miles
and five iurlong, was won by K.
Peck's tbrae year ' old, The Bard, by
four lengths; IJouirlim Bird's three
year "Id colt, St. Michael, second, and
lr. Viner's f rar year old fi ly, Stone
Uiink, a bad ttiua. Time &:U5.
"THE QUEEH OF TABLE WATERS."
"Filthy ttretU may be bad ami
defectivt drainage and sewerage
worse, bui for tie promotion of
diseases bf th t jitdrrkaal type there
is no agent tiki iie polluted water
supply." v ' .' Mf
A. Van der Veer, jCtl!, M.D.,
Prttidtnt tC Hr AMiral Seciitr tf
tkt SUtttf Nm Yerk.
February 3,' 1886. !
"The purity of APOLLWARTS
offers the best security against the
dangers which are common to most
cf the ordinary drinking waters."
London Medical Record.
ANNUAL SALE', 10 MILLIONS
Of all Crocert, Drugtslt Mia. ir.it. Pralirt.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
EDMONDS At hia rea drnce. No. ttt Huth
d'reol, Friday, 8el)tinhnr 17, PM, at 4:
o oiocK i'. in., in tna 7otn joar oi nu wo,
Funoral will taka place from hia late resi
dence this (SATU KDAY) aftarnoon at
o'olock. Friendi of tha Umlly aro Inalted
Mcmiiliis Travelers' Club.
THE active memborn of the MEMPHIS
TRAVKLERS' CbtlH will meet at the
HLUB ROOVtH, TUIH i, VKK INU (KAl'UK
DAY), at 7:30 o'clock.-
ii. J. ituksuiuk, rronuent.
T. J. BilBPHDH, Recretary.
No. fi"Hl, B. D. Ohanoery Court of Bholby
county. 11. J. Kokerly, AJm r, eto., va,
MiHiouri Wilton, tit l.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree lor
ale entered In the above oauie on tha
29th day of July. 1886, M. B. 64, page 144,
I will aell 't oublio auotlon. to the Man
eat bidder, In front i f the Clerk and Maater'a
onioe, eourtnouae oi bbe by county, juern
pnia, lenn., on
Hatarway, nepteraber IS, 1S8,
within leial houra. the followlna deioribed
roperty, aitnated In the laxinf inalrlot or
belby onunty, lennee, to-wit:
An undivided two.Slthi i'i fi) intereit In
and to a lot or parcel of land conveyed by
Jnuiei Maydwell to Joiiah L. Wilaon, and
more particularly deaor?hed aa lolioaa, to-
it: Lvim on the north aide of poplar
atreet. in tbe cltv of Mamiih a. Hbalby coun
it. lenneiaee, Demi part oi auoaivimon
''I)" of oriiinal O. I., tin. ,Vt1. and bounded
aa follow! i Betioninf on the north aide of
ropiar atreet at a point or poll, tne norm
weit corner of a lnveonveyed by Watt C.
Bradford to N. H. Htnnt. and which ia now
occupied by laid N. li. Htout; runnini
tbence westwaidly alosa aia ropiar atreei
tarty (40) feet to another point, the north'
went oorner of a lot convened by aald Brad'
ford to Johnioa. and aid corner bina. aa la
nderatood, about 87 feet from the aontb
weet corner of aald orlirinal lot: thenoe at
riaht anglea to Poplar atreet 180 feet or 11
iut;uni uvui id m norm f
about 40 feet 3 inchea to a "take which itiniia
at a point whenoe a line l' ( n lenain
and parallel to aald went line of aald lot
would atrike the becinnmK corneri inenca
with the last deacribed line to ilie beg Inning
nolnt tha hnuiA nnnihnr At mid lot being
xia. Anrf Uin ih i.m. l,,t. conveved to Jai.
Mavdwell by Watt Bradford in M. The
aaid conveyance being recorded ia Kecord
Book42, pageiVand 10. . ,
Termaof bale On a credit of all rnonlhi;
note with food eecuritr required. I'hil Au
gust 27, 1MH6., . . . .
a. i. jhcuuvv kuu. i;ierK nu inw
By II. F. Walah, Deputy Clerk and Maater.
Gantt A Vatteraon. Bolioitora, at
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
O K HORSE POWBR-Nearly new. Alao,
AO amokeaUck. halting, nulleya. ahalt-
ing.'.toola, eto. Applv to or addreaa
T1)'K. Mn'l""fl i- a v.".
TKK'9 BKIBO EIJXIB KKKli TilTi
tin rt v i Fs-I trc
A G. MODES & CO
i Have Removed to
ROD BHOOND fi "V-
Where they will continuo 'o aell Home Fur-
niabing (looiia Unenper in AnyDouy,
end on KiiMt-r Terma.
ALL ptraon! are hereby warned not
purcnaael criiflonte Ko.tniti r ton aharer
Masonic Temple Ktook, ia'ued to R. W. bhel
ton, April 11, lHTi, a it bin been lost or mil-
aid, and 1 navenpit le i tor a aupncaie.
0, M. DUAMV.ll auwiuiiutivil
Arifziii llic Hii fnK
"Royal" the only absolutely pure baking pow
'der made Action of the New York State
Board of Health. .
Under tho direction of tbo New York Stato Board of Ilealth,
e!glity-four different kinds of baking powders, embracing all tbo
branda tbat could bo found for sale in tbo State, wero submitted
to examination and analysis by Trof. C. F. Cuandlek, a Mem
ber of tbo Stato Board and President of tbo Now York City
Board of Ilealtb, assisted by Prof. Edwaed O. Love, tbo well
known lato United States Government cbomiat.
Tho official report shows that a largo number of tho powders
examined wero found to contain alum or litno; many of them to
bucIi an extent as to render them seriously objoctiouabio for use
in tbo preparation of human food.
Aliim was found in twenty-nino samples. This drag ia cm.
ployed in baking powdors to cheapen their cost. Tho presenco
of litno ' is attributed to tbo impure cream of tartar of com
merce used in their manufacture. Such cream of tartar was also
analyzed and found to contain limo and other impurities, in some
samples to tho extent of 93 per cent of their cntiro weight.
All tho baking powders of tbo market, with tho single excep
tion of "Royal" (not including tho alum and phosphate powders,
which wero long since discarded as unsafe or inefficient by pru
dent housekeepers) nro mado from tho impure cream of tartar of
commerce, and consequently contain limo to a corresponding
Tbo only baking powder yet found by chemical analysis to
60 entirely f reo from limo and absolutely pure ia the " Royal."
Tbis perfect purity results from tbo exclusive uso of cream
of tartar specially refined and prepared by patent processes
of tbo N. Y. Tartar Co., which totally remove tho tartrate of.
lime and other impurities. Tbo cost of this chemically pure
cream of tartar is much greater than any other, and on ac
count of tbis greater cost is used in uo baking powder but
the "Royal." .v , ,- L-
Prof. Love, who made tho analyses of baking powders for
tho New York State Board of Ilealtb, as woll as for tbo
Government, Bays of tbo purity and wbolesomcness of " Royal " :
"I have tested a package of 'Royal Baking Powder' which
I purchased in tho open market, and find it composed of puro
and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream of tartar powder of
a high degree of merit, aud does not contain either alum or
phosphates or any injurious substances.
"E. G. LOVE, Pu.D.'
GENERAL INSURANCE AG'T.
3ELO OlkA: X,
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
MEMPHIS. - - - TENJf.
J. Ke GODWIN, PreYt. J. M. GOODBAR, Vlee-rrea't. C. HBIOE, Cuklec
Boatrd of Dlrotora.
KLIT. J. M. ffOODBAK.
RUCI, M. OAVIN,
LAOS. T. B. SIMS.
wibaKfUiuw, . t. i-iioran,
ARMINTUAD. O. B. BRYAN.
aVeialurr mt the) Btate ot Teaaaaeawea.
BeMiaaeaa n4 cleea dpeelal
Dry Goods, Notions, llosiory
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 320 and 328 Main
mw-ovn aTom or rM, ax a winter goods is la roe and now(
OOMl'LKTK THAN 17IR Htlll, and our rrioea will oompare with thoie of en beat
la IbelloiUilStatea. We are Acenta for
TeMHoeiwie aaurftctarlag Co.'s Tlaldg, Drills, Sheetlij, Hhlrtlnr, Et
And Commission Merchants,
SeTose &4L and 3G Madison Street, Xcrapli1r'
11. i. covrirf.
A. W. NBW80M.
lam ao JslleeUoeaa.-M
To Merchants, Milliners and
the Trade Generally.
WILL DISPLAY THEIR
FALL s WINTER
IMXIKANE ANMORTMKNT OF EVERY.
. TIIINO RKW IN HAT-FELTS.
STRAWS, ASTRACUANS AND VKL
SILK VELVBTS, VELVETRENH. ASTRA
CHANS, PLUS11ES AND NOVELTY
O0RUE0US LINK OF FANCX FEAT1IERS
AND DIKDP, OSTRICH TIl'S AND
FANCY RIBBONS, VELVET, SATIN AND
(JR03 GRAIN RIBBONS-I.OWENt
PKIt'ES In Ihe aaarket.
CRAPES, NETS, LACES AND ORNA
MENTS. CLOAK DEPARTMENT
and 1VII AI'S.
liiunenso Line Doirable Stylos
SPECIAL DISPLAY OFTATf ERS
We guaraaalee to dftpllralo
. New York Prices. We) cordially
invite an Ineperllnn of our el lea
and can aar.lr auaranlre aalla-
M. & E. G. KREMER & CQ.
JdS ,, MS
No. 238 Main Street. .
MKMIMUS, . . . - TEJIIfe .
I-;N THE ENTIRE iEAK.
THE enurae of ntudvla extended, thorqnah
aad iiraotioal, ffordln auierior fa oil i
tlut forobulninraanunil bualneaa ecluoatign.
For Catalogue call at the aohoulroom or
lie call at the eoBoulroom
. T- A LBUDIN. prlnelpal.
Ice Machines In Atlanta, 6a.
T HAVB for aale TWO ARCTIC ICE MA
1 CHINKS, In Perfeot Condition. Capae
it, about tea tona eaoh per da.
. Prloa laaa than half tha ooat. Addreia,
. W. ADAIK, Allnnla, t.
Notice to Shippers.
MaumiB. Tinr., September 10, 1HW1.
OOMMKNCINO todav, September 11th,
freight deattned to polnta on the M., B,
and A. and ICR. K.'a will be received and
delivered at the K. C.S.and M. R. R. depot.
Panaenxer train, on the M., It, and A. It. R.
will arrive and depart from depot, earner e f
Main and llrondwajr, aa heretofore.
J. II. SULLIVAN. Superintendent. .
. oin jioumi:
And Country Nlore Inonranee 4lveai
Nnerlal Attention, br
Ur.NF.KAL INSl'KANC'K AUKNT,
Room t, Cotton Kn-baoge Building,
oarlnvitea Correapondenca and Interview.
ia MitrttuH ot Wf-tiua U fwoift, miuk aiontw in aaaV
;nrm f tn, or nth lamaan, nd produrlnt umt
tow i an fllfuti NrrTOuannu Urmlua) KmlMloa . .1; 4W m
t Ik br rlrraniii, l)lionaw of tililtt DtfaUtr 7zt
fitMUni.j, flitijilMun Ktwt van-lift, LoHurm .JTm
iMiniatua ! Uf, iflt or flajxtiaii riwr. asr . mua tf
j mi J thrr pr1rla ill ) J u to Hi otirfjU.
IIUawMrldaui that mtthw tkUo who tft ipevlai .
sr twr'aln flia of -tinartuji tut jvatluf thnnint uue,
iy, cqulrM grf kill. Phyal :una huwvlo( turn rtr. tfv
rommeud jmtayrn to my r iVIin f. .."it.lii h.
liUthcrlly 'f- UwtUDfut niMttlurW n IN Mv fritVMf
pd ttf b malt i atirM mywhajr.
cuuluiliiii irxiti Vf iw tj kat IwifUfe,
i hfw JC1I fi tl vtrfwytz it Ml tt'Uf Tf P'l-i'm.
.)f 'Ml r(Mt wftt rnaj mSm, ntrM, W "ttLJVD
W' :u( HhuuM b :6 hr L, iairvw i 4bt.
-m ttturttrvm I. . i W. dki tvi "
A. Fr Davis, Painter
Uaa Removed to
No. 351 Second, S iulh oi Union
Drug Store for Sale.
DRUO STORE, :5Chrleaon avenue, ato
in a nrat-olaaa Pren-rintinn and Drart
Bnaineaa. Uo.id reaaona fur aellini. Appl
at m Ll nil. n atraet.
raa . Ano
T51u1v tianrfAni- aubntltutti fur Mothrr
IHIIhj Invuiuattlo in Cholera Infnntuin
nd Teething A pr.1i,jo,itt fooi fur Dyr
peptics Opniumptlves, Convaleftoente.
i'yrioot nutrltiiii in ll Wnstlns Dlsenves.
Kevin Irtta so oookinir. our iiook. The Care)
and Peedlns of Infants, maiitid frv.
POLIBKU, OOODALB MO.Boaton. HmMm.
DK. R.L. LASKI,
PbTBlclitn, Xiirrpoii ami Accoucber
RKSIDKNOK ANI OKFICE.
31.1 Mh1i street. Svnr I'lilon,
Telephone Hn. w. -
To Keiil Kbtute Owners and Agent?.
FAHTIE'ihavinir aiilewain io put uown
will find it to their intereat to il'l'l.vllo
W. li. LOCKEV. .Miidiaon, or ihop,:ni-4
Second. Contraotur for btewurt a Ornon
ituio r avoiuonti.
K ran . Ano