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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 188G.
3JAKROWLY ESCAPES THE AS
SlSslX'S 15ULLE r, BUT A
Deputy Wounded -''Tlie Hated Same
or CastJfreigli" General Eu
Bcchabsst, September 17. M. lVa
tiano, Kouruanun Prime Minister,
was ehot st last evening by an assas
sin. He perceived the man's inten
tion in time to ep ire out of the path
of his aim. The bullet ftrnck M. Ro
beeco, a member cf t!ie Chamber of
Deputies, and wcunded him. Toe s
easa in naa yreHttd and locked up. Ha
confeuedi at for pilitiral reasons hi
intended lo kill M. J'-ratiano. The
weapon used w.s a pistol.
The attempt to aasiiuate M Bra
tiano has produced (mat excitement
among tre people. A crowd sur
rounded the building oncup ed by tee
only newspaper here which Lbs been
opposing the Prima Minister, blamed
the edit ir for ii ilam n? the boitile
fesling against him, a ad smashed all
the furniture and li tings belonging to
the concern, savagely attacked and
wonnded two menjb.rs of Iheetefl,
and were moceeding to destroy the
edifice, when the police became mas
ters of the tiiuatiou and dispersed the
This mo-nicg a ln-Re cowd wa es
eembled at the ponce station where
the man who attempted to aesaittinate
Premisr Bra'iam was locked up, pie
pared to eeize him wLen the police at
tempted ti ta e bim to court for ai
ra gnmtnt and lynch bim. The au
thorities had, bo never, taken all nec
essary precautions, and weie enabled
to dieptns3 the crowd and protect the
MlateiurDt and Ileoiale.
London, Feptember 17. Mr. Mat
thews, Home Secret uy, denied
in the Housa of Commons this
aiternorn that Mr. Jo epb Chamber
lain would be guarded by a police in
spector dor'ng nis contemplated tour
cn the continent.
Lord Rando'ph Churchill etnted that
if the comidi-rations cf the estimates
were concluded tomorrow the govern
ment proposed as the course of narlia-
menta-y business on Along ay, nrrjr, a
report on supply, then tbe appropria
tion bill, before taking np the second
reading ri Mr. Purnell'n land bill.
Sir J. N. Ferguson, Under Foreign
Secretary, denied that Eogland was
formicg a coaling Motion at Thaso.
"The Hated Name of t'aellereagh.',
London, September 17 The Mar
quis of Londonrleriy will leave Loc
don tonight for Iie'and. lie will take
the- Irian mail train at the Euston
Sqnare tta'.ioo and reach Dublin early
tomorrow morning. Tfce Freeman' t
Journal u-gas the citizens of Dublin to
refrain from all manifaitatioos of wel
come ti the Marquis of Londonderry
whtn he ar.ivts in Dub in tomorrow
to a.sume the office of Lord Lieu'en
ant. "He baars Gts.lereagh'a hated
tame," says the Journal. And it adds:
"Let the trcops parade; that repre
sents eviction and coercion. A cheer
from a single citizan would be a great
SrRASBUBO, September 17. Kmperor
William will have here on Sunday f jr
Paris, Sep'mbsr 17. Baron Ed
mond Carayin-Lat inr .is dead, in his
Pabis. September 17. The Due de
Cazis, whose serious illnecs was re
ported yesterday, is dead.
Berlin, September 17. Dr. K. von
Schlotzer, the Prnseiin envoy to the
Vatican, has bad his return to Rome
posiponed in order to await fresh in
Madrid, September 17. Three offi
cers belonging to the Spanish army nt
Baritonahave been anestsd and im
prisoned for leading a baud of tolditrs
to join the CarliBta.
London, September 17. The Stand
ard pays that the government has de
cided to send Col. Majendie, Inspector
of Explosives, to observe the condi
tions of the petroleum tiade in
Sofia, September 17. The Sobranje
hae voted a giant of 3500,000 to pur
chase a'lef Prince Alexander's prop
erly in Bulgaria, retaining from the
wbo'e earn $l85,C0i) with which to
liquidata the Prirce's indebtedness ta
the JNatiml bank.
Paris, September 1". At tbe
French army maneuvers a Russian
genera" corgfatu'ated the commander
of the Twelt h Army Corps upon the
ppleudid appearance of tbe men, say
ing, "itn eucn troops you cave no th
ing to fear from anyene."
Nottingham, September 17. The
lace manufacturers of Nottingham
have combined in a proposition to re
duce tbe wges of tbe lace makers 50
par cent. The employes, it is believed.
will resist the deduction, and a lock
out is considered imminent.
Paris, September 17. Senor Fer
nandez, Mexican Minister to France,
celebrated tbe seventy sixth anni
versary of the proclamation of Mex
ico's independence yesterday by a
solenoid reception, wnicn was at
tended by United-Hiates Mfnieter Mac-
Lane and a majority of tpe diploma's
St. Petebsdurg, September 17. The
Official Mewngn fays that the mission
ot Gen. Baron Kanlbars to Bo lis is to
acquaint himself with ths condition
of affairs in Bulgaria and by his coun
sel enable the Bulgarians to extrica'e
themselves by peaceable and orderly
means from the critical position in
which Bulgaria has been placed by re
Sofia, 8?p'ember 17. It transpires
that when the I'rm-ident of the Assem
bly banded tbe Russian agent at Sofia
the-8obranje's telegram to the Czar
praying for bis friendship and protec
tion the agent eaid he hoped, now
that the main obstacle to good rela
tions between Russia and Bulgaria
was removed, the Czar wou'daicept
the petition and answer it favorably.
Prompt Reform of Bodily Evils.
The prompt ret or m of thoia bodily evlli
enfeebled digeitlon, incomplete assiruila
tion. Inactivity of the liver, kidneyg and
bladder, a well as of the nervous aymptoma
which these allmenta are especially prone to
beget, is alwaya accomplished by then-oof
Hostetter'a titomach Hitters, a medicine ac
credited by physicians, pronounced pure by
analysis, and eminently wholesome and
agreeable, Snrely such a restorative is pre
ferable to unpalatable and indigestible min
eral drugs and unsanctioned nostrums. The
nat'onat lane assured! thinks so, judging
by the unprecedented demand lr the article
irom Maine to the Pacific, a demand now
aupplememed by immense ordors fur it re
ceived from tropical America, Mexico, the
ISritieh and Spanish Colonial possessions,
and elsewhere. Both ar home and abroad
it is recognized as a standard remedy and
preventive, the decisiveness of its effects
reeommending it everywhere.
The Flailing; Schooner Pertrl Xelenn.
Ottawa, O.vr., 8 ptember 17. In
quiry at tbe Customs Department
enows that the fishing schconer IVa'l
Xeleon was sei'.ed at Pincetcn fcr
having landed twelve men daring the
n'ght. Tee maa'er of the vessel re
piitsdlhe next day, but not before
the cu:tjni3 ollic.-rs were on board and
had everything eeizd. It is under
stood tnat f-'(Hj was deposited as a fine,
but ai yet the Customs Department
has taken no action in tbe matter.
Owing to the Bevere nu iraniine rei'
nlations on this side the owners of the
Beaver Line s'eamship Lake Winni
peg recently refused to ship a consign
ment of cattle from Liverpool.
SWALLOWED A FORK.
An Exlrnordionry Kurgiral Opern-
A novel and dangerous operation
una jnai oecn perrormeu cere uy vt,
Polaiilon. The catient was a mounte
bank named Louchon. wh". in the
pursuit of his callinr, swallowed a
large fork, which stuck f.tst in his
ttomacb. I', wai in vain that he fried
to get his finder down to the tip of the
fora, so be bad to leave it there- in the
hops that no harm wculd ensne. In
a few dayp, however, he felt acu'e
pain, partic u'arly when his ctomach
was without f od. Dr. Pol?i Ion was
unable to find tbe position of the fork
by means of theo dinary sounding in-
etruin-n', to na emp oyed another
with which he cent rived to touch tbe
prongs. He th-n made an incision in
tbe man's abdomen and ex'ra Med the
fork. In bis renor' to the academy
on the subject Dr. Po'aillon enumer
ates fourteen cas'sof a simi'ar kind.
in seven cf whi6h the fork only
lormedan abscess in the ttonucb.
THE CU1KICAHUA 1SDIASS
At Nr. Louis Several I'blefe With Ihe
fT. Louis. Mo.. 8entemb?r 17.
Three hundred and eighty-five Cbiiic-
anna Indians, bi men, Ira fqnwsand
147 children, arrived intbisiity this
morninz in twe've srecial cars ov-r
the Atch son, Topeka and Santa Fe
rai'road, in charge o! Col. J. F. Wade,
of the Tenth United Hlates Cavalry,
commanding tbe company cf eighty
five guards. Thete I mime, ihongh
not actively engaged in Geronimo's
late cainoaign, weie nev; rtbe'eis sus-
pfc edol f jrniehingthe hes.iles with
provisions and ammunition, and the
government tnougut mat to remove
them from their jes-rvation. Tiey
will proceed fiom this tity direct to
Foit Marion, near Jaclsonville, Fla.,
ana win be given a reservation some
where in that U e. Crowds of people
ga'be ed at th railway eta ion to see
the real live Indians and were re
warded by eeeirg them breakfast at a
modern lestaurnt, which they were
evidently not arcnstcnied to doing
Among the chiefs in tin party were
Bjcothlay, Loco, Cheoo, Joje, Z;li,
uoaio ana rseBtitunn.
We Caution All Analual OJIiem.
The nnmecedeated tuccof s and tLerit
cl Ely's Cream Balm a real cure for
catarrh, hay fev-r and cold in the
head has induced many adventurers
to pla-e catarrh medicines bearing
some resemDiance in appsaiance, style
or name upon the market, in order to
trade upon the reputation of Ely's
Cream Balm. Don't be deceived. Buy
only Ely's Cream Bdm. Manv in
your immediate locality will testify in
highest commendation of it. A par
te'e is applied into eacii no tril; no
pain ; agreeable to use. Pries 50c.
Candidate for the Betlren Llat.
Washington, September 17 CM.
Charles S. fckewirr, Corps of Ei
lineerp, was yesterday afternoon, by
direction of the President and at his
own request, placid upon the re'ired
li-t. He was the senior officer rf tbe
Engineer Corps when Gen. Newton
was retired, but bis ill health took him
out of the lit of eligibles for the po
sition of Chief Engineer. ,Col. Charles
E. Blunt, who is now the ranking
officer of the corps, in anticipation of
his retirement for a?e, next January,
has ested f or nnd been granted leavd
of absence until that time. Thii
leaves Col. .rames C. Duane as the
ranking officer of the Corps and a
prominent randidata for the vacant
position cf Cbief of Engineers.
A MUST LIBEHAL, Ot FI.lt
The Voltaic Bblt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer" to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bults and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illus'rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
Correspondence Between O'KolIty
and Pnrnt-ll. .
Detroit, Micu., Septmbpr 16.
The following letter and cnlilegram,
received in this city, have been given
to tbe pre.-s:
DuiiLiir, Ireland, September 16, 1886.
To Dr. O'Rt-illy, Detroit, Mich. :
Letter of August 27th received.
Beet thanks lot oraft of 3000.
London, Annuit, 1K8C.
MydeabDr O'Reilly I write to
thank you for your cablegram of tbe
6th instant announcing the transmis
sion to the trustees of the Parlia
mentary fund here of $60,000. Fr
this magnificent remittance, and also
for your expression of encouragement,
please accept the united and best
tbanks of my colleagues and myself.
I am, yours very truly,
CHAS. 8. PARNELL.
To the' Very Rev. Dr. O'Reilly, Detroit,
Tssey Are Kot Sorry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
gretsthat is, the day they first ad opt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
Uy medicine. Its range is so wide
and its good effects bo sure, that notb
ing else, except good nnrsing, an
needed in a great majority of cases
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise rom ns.
Train Wreekere' Unit ard ly Work,
South Lyon, Mich., September 16.
Eirly this nioroing a loaded freight
train was thrown from the truck about
half a mile from here by a rail having
been removed from the Hack, and Ed
Newman was killed, his body being
terribly mangled. The fireman and
Brakemaa Campbell were fa ally and
Engineer Thomas pavis seriously in
jured. The engine and fifteen cars
were completely wrecked. Trains are
again passing, the wreck having been
removed. No clew to tbe train
wreckers. People are greatly excited,
and lynching will undoubtedly follow
the capture of the wreckers.
He Waa Firm.
Schaeffer aavn time In fmnino in
town One mjpninrp frnm ftlm war. nn
the Little Rock road he counted 500,
0t:0 martins sitting on the telephone
wires. Special inducements w-re of
fered him tn't hrnnr nfl' I-a. 1iva nr
thirty mariins, but SchaerJer wan firm.
Do voa ask me for my secret,
Why niy teeth are pearlv white?
Why my breath is ever fragrant?
And my gums are roev bright?
My secret's oft been told boforc
Use SOZODONT. And nothing more.
IMTEO LIBOR .'AM Y.
CALL FOR A CONVENTION OF
Declaration of Principles Convict
and Foreign Labor National
St. Louis, Mo , Septemho' 17. The
Central Committee of the United La
bor pa'ty, crnipotei of m?mlnrs of
the Knights cf Labor, thu Central L -bor
Union and the Trades Aseemb.y,
has IsfU-d a call for a convention, t
beheld N'ovembr 7th, to nominate a
full city ticket. Accompanying the
ctll is a declar.t on ol principles aud
the aim ot ths rarty, rs foiloas:
To S'cuie to litb: rrs the full enjoy
mnfof the weal ,h they cr-ate.
To make iudintrial aid moral worth,
not weilth, the true etanria-d of indi
vidual and national greatness.
Ia order to securs these resul's the
Ttie es abl abment of bureaus of
Tbe reeervation of public lauds for
The abrogation of all hws which do
not bear equally upon labor and c:-p -tal.
The enforcement of measures pro
viding for tbe health and sifety of
these engaged in mining, manufactur
ing and tbe build ng imluttrio'.
The recognition, by incorporation,
of labor orgioiziti jns.
The euactmentof laws compelling
corporations to pay their employes
weekly in IrwIuI money.
The abobt;on of the ontrjet syttom
03 national, S at and municipol wot k.
The prohibitioi of trieemploymnt
of children under fifteen years of sge
in workshops, mines and hctoiies.
The prohibition of c nvist lab t.
Tbe ats ssmeLt of a graduated in
The party demands at the bands of
Congress: 1 he es'abLthment of a na
tional raoneta y sys'em in which a
circulating meriiam in necei eary quan
liyBbal iseue direct to tbepunpla
without tbe intervention of banks;
that tbe entire naiional iesue shall be
full lrgil tender in payment r.f all
debt", public and priva'e; that tbe
government shall not guiranta or
recrgnize piivnts bai.ksorcreats bank,
ing ( o'porations.
That interest beuing bondi eb 11
nev-3r be is uei by Ihe government,
but when need aris's the emergency
eha 1 be met Ly ths iesue of legal ten
der, ncn-intere-t bearing money.
Tbe prohibition of the importation
of foreign labor under contract.
The organizit on of national savings
The acqu;rement by tbe govern
ment of all telenrepb. and telephone
linen and railroads.
ppppnrpd with ttriot rotnn to Inrltr, Btrctitrth M
HfaUhrnltiett. Dr. IMcti'n link In l'owiivr coiitaiiia
no Atninunia.I.lnio.Ahini or I'huriplmtt-, lr. I'ru't'li
Kx tracts, Vuuilla, Luimiu, etc., llavur dellciuusly.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. Chicago and SI IffDV.
t only ahnrtrna the time of lnbnr '
anda lessens the tiain, but it Krently
diuiinighes tbe dnnger tolilefll' both
uinthor and child, nnd leaves the
uiotber in a condition more favorable
to speedy recovery, rind leas liublo to
Flooding, Convulflions, and o bor
alarming symptoms. Its eflrcacy in
this respect entitles it to be culled
Tin Mothkk's Fkiknr, and to rank
as one or the life saving remedies ot
tbe nineteenth century.
Wo cannot publish certificates con
cerning this remedy without wound
ing the deli-aoy of the uritera. Yet
we have hundred on file.
Send for our book, "To Mothers," mailed
BKADFlf LD REUl'I.ATUB tOM'Y.
Hook of all IMhciisps,
Cloth &Cold Bindine:
144 Piira, ullb KlfM KNgrNtlnr.
Ar-a.r5W u m.iht tt r II f .,
LIRT OF PBINCII'AL NOB. CUHKH I'llK K.
1 Krvern, (,onnpt ion. InflammiHont.,. .35
2 onus. Worm J-aror. Worm Colio 45
3 rrylng ('ollr, of Twethinfr of ltifantn, .'2H
4 IHarrhr m, ot '1m Wren or Adults i5
ft Kyuentery, inwug, Itilinui Clolic l
holer Morbus, Votiiiluig 2.1
7 Cough, Gold, Jlronclntift 2.1
8 VruraUla, Tootiinche, Knoearhn 2A
9 Mendnrhf. Ki'aT Hfilrh, Wrtijro. ,25
Myniif pnin, IIiIkmiii Mnmnrh 25
"iinurfiiHrd or PnliiYn! IN-rlod 25
Wiiili. too rrnfimt) J'aflntrdd 25
rroun. l?ou(th, Dimcnlt lir-tilrnn 25
Hnlt HUftim, fj-yfiiieiaH, Kniptiuiia.. ,25
It hrumntUm, ItfiPumntic 'unit 25
I-Vvit nml Afinr. 'liiilr Malafta 50
I'llm, Itltn'l or J,rcditit7 .M
I'ntnrrli, lntlun?., -old in tlie Ili ad ,ftl
hooplrifc i 'iMith, Violf n ( ohkIih. . ,ft
;fiicrni lflilily,rli.ical Weakua .AO
KhliifV I M -pun Alt
Vrvoiu ItfhtlilV 1.4MI
I rinnry enkiiPM, Wfttiiif lipd... .All
IMwrowf f tin HfnH, I'nlyif wt ion .. t
tSold ly I )riiKKifl, or Mnl ikihIiiahI uti ri'tnipt of
"Londcn" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Europe end Uni
ted States. PmiIa Aientar Isa
I uiluX stain for celebrated
John Hamilton Jl Co. btretch
er. Takes bsuivlntr nt ol
kiifitn rostores pontaloons tc
original shape. Only patentee"
Stretcher cornbininR screw roo
in combination with clamps.
All others infringements
Original and on.y alrt'K'lirl
for KMlllvn,i,,;. .... 11,
fTKiiress securely packed. 1'ricn tf2 .Sri. Writi
lor circiliirs. Avenrs wanted in overy fits
il. W. liHHIlraS A .. tt..mM,Wr.a
ON SATURDAY, OCTOIiER 2, IHStl, at No.
l.'il Market slrcut, Memphis. ler.n., I
will sell to the highest bidder lor cafb, all
the Ilnuschcld una Kitrhon JTurnitnre, in
cluding one Parlor Het. three Korjin bets and
KiU'hcn Furniture, in uud residence. I tell
under trust deed mud. byJobn Znnt o rne,
recorded in bok 31, iiage.Ui, In Headater'a
otlii'e, and by airec'inn ot beneficiary there
unto. .1. II. M( FAKLA.N'LI, Tiu-tce.
For Toiiet Use.
Ajcr's Hair Vigor kfi-s the liair soft
ml pliant, imparta to it tiro lustre ami
rpsliness of youth, cau.v-s it to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates DandrittT, euros
all srnlp disoasos, and Is tlie most cli iinly
of all liair prppnratiotu.
AVrpiQ Hair Vipor 1ia ylvcn mo
MIELn O perfect KatMai'iinii. 1 whs
ni'arlv liald for ix vrais. iluvin wliirli
time 1 iisi-d many linir pn'puratioiix, lint
without sueoi-ss. lndrid. whut little)
liair 1 Imd, wiw prowin tliinu.T, until
I tricil Aver's Unit Viijnr. 1 nsnl two
bottles of the Vipor, and my lierul is now
Well covered with a new lmowiIi of hair.
Jildson H. Oitld, lValiody, Muss.
II AID that hns become weak, prav,
nMin and faded, may have new life
and color restored to it by tlie use of
Ayer's liair Vipor. My hair w us tliiu,
faded, uud dry, and fell out iu lavpo
iiuantities. Ayer's Hair Vipor stopped
tlie fallinp. and restored my liair to its
oripinal color. As a dressing for t lit
hair, this preparation lias no eipial.
Mary N. Hauiuioinl, IStillwater, .Minn.
VIPflR '0U,M' ''eaiitv. in tho
I lUUll) itppenrauee of the iiair, may
lie preserved (or ml imlelinite pi i iml hy
tho use of Ayer's Hair Vipor. A dis
ease of tho scalp caused my hair to hr
come harsh aud dry, ami to fall on
freely. Kothim; I tried seemed t. ('
any poorl until I commenced esinj
Ayer Hair Vigor. Three l-ottles .!
this m-epnrulioit restored my hair to a
healthy condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My sculp is cured, und it
is ulso freo from dandruff. Mis. E. U.
Fuss, Milwaukee, AVis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Sold by Druggist, and IVrfumtTi.
TRnrKCT safktv, prompt fiction, ami
wonderful curative properties, easily
placo Ayer's Tills at the head of thn list
tn' popular remedies for Sick and Nerv
uus Headaches, Constipation, and all ail
ments originating in a disordered Liver.
I linvrt been a preat sufferer from
Headache, and Ayer's Cuthartio 1'ills
are thu only medicine that hns ever
(liven me relief. Oun dose of these I'llls
will quickly move, my bowels, ami freo
mv head from paiu. William L. l'ugu,
Prepared by Ir. J.C. Aver li Co., Lowell, Mai.,
tsold Ly all Dealers in Midlciue.
Forty Years a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
"FOR FORTY TEARS I hays been a rlo
tlin to CATARRH three-fourths of the time
a sufferer from KXCKllCIaTINU PAINS
AORohS MY FOKKilKAD AMI) MY NOS
TRILS. The diacharges were ao offonsive
that 1 hesitate to mention it, except lor the
food it may ao some other suOerer. 1 have
spent a yonng fortune from my earninaa
during my forty years of suffering to obtain
relief from the doctors. I hava tried patent
nieaioines every on 1 could learn ol rroin
vue tour Dvriioia ui iu. naiiu, wun nu ruiiei.
And AT LAST (57 years of age) have met
with a remedy that has cured uie entirely
made me new maa. I weighed Impounds,
and now weish 146 I used thirteen hottlea
of the medioine, and the only regret I hare
Is, that being in the humble walks of til I
may not have influence to prevail on all oa
tarrh aarTerera to use what haa eared me
Uuiuii'a Pioneer Blood Renewer
" No. 267 Seooni street, Macoa, Ua."
" Mr. Henry Cfc.raa. ths writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford eonnty, now of
Maoon, ., merit, the conndenre or all in'
Urested in oaUrrh. V. A. 1H FF,
" Kx-Mayorof Maoon."
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II not in yonr market, it will be forwarded
on receipt ol prioe. buiall bottles, i, large,
Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
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SUe, iTidln rvery (a.. 1.
' Altult A M.k,
lludion. N. Y.
old by Druprlsts.
KOOKLYN.tV. V.-Unardon tbe Hill,
Airs. 11. L. Howard, &i nasrnnirion
Park. Rooma lame; location delightful.
Conyenient to oars to Manhattan ftnarh,
Coney Island, Long Dearh and Central Park I
alio to irisr xork plucoi of ajiuseuieDt.
f Ji'r.tlnf 1
m t S'tiu.r.OtMd Bnt !.
fS3 "r i 01J by lb.
V'JU'sm Chealoal to
V A Ctnolnnatl,kvVi9
V Ohio. JJ-A
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK,
lilt II Altl A. MC I'lIDV, lroHll(n(.
Tho largest, Strongest and Cheapest Coinitany in the Morltl.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
J0IIX F. WILKERSO. Audit.
Tho Flanters Fire and Marino Insurance Co'.
9IH- In 4'wmpauy'H Itiillillug;. o. 41 Madlnen lrel,;nf mplil., Tvim.
I. T. POUTER, FrM. I J1V. v :HTFV. Jr., Vlxo-Prfw. I J. H. NH1T1I, Hec'r
V. II. II IM r K. A.kliHiil Nrerelarr.
IIHt: TOKN-S Il.BHODKS.ol llrnoks, Neely I'd.; R. L. CuFKtN. of Dlllard k Coffin ;
l. T. POHTKR, of Porter A Maoraei JOHN OVHltTON. Jr., J. C, MILLS, J. R.
GODWIN, of J. R.tlodwin A Co.; J. M. (I'lOKBaK, of (loodbar A Co. ;
J. M. PHILLIPS, llAHLWld I'KRKS
("ommenrid HimiuraM in IHH7. I ossrs lHKI,lver Half s Million.
I wrlllnm Faperlnlly Uralrrd.
Also Representa the 8miKiiriti. Fir, of (iriniifitld, Mass. ; Ukuhoia lloui Isbibakci
Cohi-any; Mim stain CiTT, of Chattanooga, Tenn.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
I, T. lARtASON.
0. 0. HEIH.
J, T. FARGAS
Wholesale Grocers & Coi!on Factors,
839 Front Streot, SSeraphia, Tenn.
0ttl eonslgn.d te ia will hay oar eareful attention. Wo earry at all Umoi a wall.
aeleeted Ituok ol
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors Job&ceo & Cigar
will Pa9f T
W. T 1UMVDHK.
II I aud 3G HI ndlson
A. VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Noa. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEL'T, lUIUo 174 Ad nun NU Memphir
Jill 1 Ml I UK M.. . J J L
worn. jl k , u W
Beipalra. -gyfjMK' an-.
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPT. 22(J and 228 Second St.
(Rneeeasnra In thia lormrtinent to JOHN MANUQUK.)
rarWrlte na for Information nn ANY 'IIIIN'U In either line.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Vholesale Grocers
896-293 Front St., Memphis., Tenn.
DILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors, Commission r.lerchants,
Uo. HO Booth Zlaln St., St. jLimla.
I J! MJkM6M.
t i:i g';v,f.a.waMarVwllw V
Ml .j., I aw I JT TVM- . - ' ,.. n
AND DEALER IN
IIIMWI.V l .rM.
TILK, F1KK tllLAT,
S2 FW OWT WTO WET.
EDWAED MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
NOW. H fi ml 10 UNION NT It V.
I - 'T.
Jobai sj. Sullivan,
Wholesalo Grocers, C-ottoa JP&etor
And C.Rintlsslsn Merchant!,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tem
HBTWCRH ADAIiai iflD J K FFKRHOAT. .
Mr. L 5. aVAIWIT dayotea his whol. time to
Jo otr flhari a. . Uotten rr rueuouse. x n aanmatoi atreu
R. A. PARKER. I. L. WOODSa'
m a go.
wW N Ha .AMl
Hi., t TVS milil. Tenn
; ' ktlvcita,
1M.ATT GIN 0.
Mannfaotnrar'a Agents for
IMtiilel Pratt Cotton iihtn,
FKKDKRS AND C0NDKN8ER3,
rSniLKY, MSI1TII A COn
Prsill Kdllparo llailer Ulna, Ferl
era and win Kepnlrera,
08 to 104 Poplar Ht., Motnphl.
. srl'ratt Rerolvlna-Ilead (11ns nne
qualed. Htnek now complete. Prloei
reiluceil. CorresiMindenoe ana orderi
mliniteil. Old Gina Repaired In First
la a Urd . All work auaranteed.
I.OI INVIIJi; ( l-MET,
ri.Aisn ic PAULS.
1IAIK und Fllti: URICK, Et(
M . J. OUr k.
the welablnt and lale of 'Jl Cotton titrated
I f alii 1
B. r a
WILL be rpened Jane 1st. This notod
waterlng-plafe is situated aix milaw
(rum Mtn Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman county
Tenn. llaok will meet all trains at Atna
and will eonray cuesta to sprioss at a yer
Uonrl, aO Prr Month l Per Day.
NMrlal Malra to t'ainlllea.
We invite all who wish to spend the nort
tleasant seaoa of their livoa to come to
enverdam. esioially seekers of pleaeoro
and health. Uood water and pure arr id
in mtLKNion BROS.,
Liverymen, Centrevllle. Tens.
E. A. DKAN, Prop'r Centroville liotel.
ffJKAND HO'I KL, AI.I M SiVkIKWS.
Kockbri.Ue Co., Va. Uih np In tho
irtrinia mountains. PIctoresuuesurroaBoW
inis.eilensiveand beautifully shaded lawn.
lint, electrio bolls, and all modern iinprnro
nienls. Too daily mails, post, telegraph and!
express offices on the premises. Table the
very best. Luxuriously furnished roomai
aui erh band of uiiisic. Bend for illustrated
pamphlet. Chnrnes inodetiile. Open for Tie
Itors, June lMh. H'ufrr.; A'im, Chalybta
and trrrttonr. R.T.WILIj I i.SON.Man'rr.
AnionRtlie Northern Laker
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are ban
dreds ol deliiihtlul places whore one can I
the summer months in quiet rest and enjoy,
ment, and return home at the end of tho
heated term completely rejuvenated. Eaeai
recurring season brings to Oconomowoo,
Waukesha, Heaver Hum, Frontenao, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and Innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic namrs, thousands of our best peoplo
whose winter homes are on either side ol Ma
son and Dixon's line. Elegance and com
fort, at a moderate oost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ot summer homes, wiih ail
necessary Inforrna ion pertaining thereto, ia
being distributed by the Cui('i)i, w n.w.o
EIB ahd e)T. Padl IUii.wat, and will bsn
free upon appllcatl n by letter to A. V.
Carpenter, ueneral Passer ger Agent, Mi
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY. KV.-The excel ten
ufthocul'ino. and acomniodations char
acteristic of this hotel during the past tbioo
reara, shall be fully maintained this season.
Kxcursion tickets to the Spring by the 1.
and N. ltailway are good via Louisville, both)
going and returning, to proceed on first traia
succeeding arrival in Louisville.
W T. II HA NT. I'rcs'r. .1. C. KTNO.Snp't.
UR. 1). S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 JeffcrgonNtreet,
(Ilotween Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
DR.J011 N'SON Is acknowledged by all par
ties interested a by far the most euo
cesstul physician in thetreatmentof privato
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent cures)
guaranteed in every case, male or fett ale.
Recent cases of (ionorrhea and Srphilla
cured in a f w ditya without the use ol mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance Irons
business. Secondnry Syr hilis, the last vea
tige eradicated wilh'i'.ttne use ot mercury.
Involunsary loss ol'.euion stopped iu short a
tiino. tiuflerors from iinpoieuc)' c- loss of
sexual p'-weri restore to Ireevivor in a few
weeks. Victims of sell-abuse and rxcesiivo
venery, sulfering from spcrirniiorrhra and
loss of physical and mental nowcr, Siedil
and porniiinently cured. Part cular ultjn
tion paid to the Diseases of 'u,)u.n, and
cores guaranteed. Pi'es and old tinvn cm ed
withnut Ihe use of caustic or the knife. All
oonsultat'oni strictly cinfldential. Vrdi
rines sent by ei plena to ail parts of tho
arWorklngmen enroll at half the usual
rates, ttticeuours from R o'clock a.m. ol
o'clock p.m. I). H. JOIINSU.N. M.lv
SUk yonr rotnllcr for K'n Ortnlnnl S3 Khooi
llownroof liiiltnllona, -
JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE.1
UilUU lU ItUttOU, UM1KT04M BJ( LrVO. Rett Coif
nnwni urniK you iiiurinav
tlnn hrwtOftilthU8ho la
41 unroin nv
Thlg alio sLaeita higher In theestlmatlon ot
ITarw. liiao any oilier Iu the worlL 'i'liou
aiuls who wiavlt wlii teU you Uio ruuoa ir yuia
ask tliiuu. ,
Oirii'B Maurma Uaa Light Compskt, I
.Matiplnn, Tarrx. f
BY order of the Hoard ol Directors of tho
Meinohla Una Light Coitpac), in ado
JuItTi, 1Hi, a meeting ol the sloe holder. .J
said company was called to be held on Moa
day, fictober 4, lHIrl, at the ofllc. ol the roio
pany, In Memphis, at '& in., to consider n
act upon a contract made by Ihe Hoard oi
Directors with Taxing District el Hh.lbJ
county, a copy ot whifh contracr hyis tieeg
lent li, mail to each stockholder In iurthar
puriuanc. of said order of the Hoard, notion
ol saii meeting la hereby given to the stock
holders ol said company, and they are earn
estly requested to be present, or send proiiea
with iliclr Instructions as to the voting of
their stuck upon this proposition to accept
or reject said ountract.
Secretary of Memphis Ua Light Co.
PepJoniberJ, 1 H-stT".
I)UKSIIANT to an execution Isaued Au
gust li, 1HH. from Ihe Siipreai l ourt ol
Tennessee, nn judgment rendered by said
Court, June M. IhhiI, in fuvurol J.L. Ppper
son agiiinst W. H (lallir nth and J. M.
Kowlkes, comprising the Ann of W. li. lal
Sreatb Si Co., lor one thousand and eiahty
ninedollaiaand eighty-live c;nU tllow f .).
I will on
Naliirilay, Orlobrr 2, 111.
In front of the Courthouse do ir, In Shelby
county, Tenn.. sell to the-highet bidd.r lor
cash ttie fallowing do'cribed rractof land in
the Taxing District of bhclhy county, Irv
Bhelby county, Tenn., to-wit: llogliining. a
a point i n the south line ol Union sireetv
:S iretenst of a four (4) foot alley; tbio.-o
east on and wlih aouth line of Union street
S4'u feet to a stake; themw southwardly, at
right angles with Union street, 1VH feet (o an
alley; thence with said alley westwardly
HI!-, tee to a stake; thence on a fine per
pendicular to Union strret northwardly IXM
leet to the point of beginning, being ssmo
lot conveyed by W. II. uelbroih to A. Va
earo by deed regislered in Shelby county.
Tonn., In hook IrHI, page I'.'T, and rarae bemsr
the east half of lot imnvoved by K. Lane to
M. L Meachsm and W. U. Halbienlh, bjr
deed in book 61, page l'.'l, of the Kegister'as
olllceol ssul county. Lovled on as the prop
erly of W. 11. (Jalhrrath to satiiy said eg
ecutlnn. W. I). CANNuN. Sherid.
My Jinrv .1. Marun. Deputy Sheriff.
Ponton k Poston, Attorneys.
11 E AX "ESTATE.
Ho. K M, K. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. State ol Uuntesse yi. Sarab
Morrison at al.
Bi virtu, of an Interl'cutory decree for
sale entered in the above oause on the
Nth day ol Doc. ruber, 1H.S6 M. 11. .', pa.o
:UI, twill sell at public auction, lo the high
est bidder, in tront of the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse oi bhelby county,
Memphis, Tea nessee, on
Mnlnnlay, NpIi subrr Sit, IStfl,
within legal hnu'S, the following describid)
property, altuated in tehtlby ouunty, Xet
N. 1 ,i In, 51. Irontlng 24'; fee', on the east
aideol Chickasaw itrei oy a depth. of 14"Vi
If et, said lot being 7mi feet south of Win
chester street. 8o'd as properly of the un
known I eirs of J. A. 0koti.
Part of country lot .MS, fronting 37 feet oiv
the norlh Bids of Auction street, by a depir
of HH'-i feet. Hjld as property uf harsh Mor
rison and others.
Lot 170, fronting It1, feet on the es-t sido
ol Main stroet, by U-v, feot deep, 74'. (Mb
nrrth of Auciion street.
Terms ot Sale On a credit of six month,
note bearing interest, wiih security,' re
quired; lien retained: redenmtioa barred.
This Hlh day of August, ISSo.
.-. 1. Mi'DOWKLL, Clerk and Master,
"v II. K. Coleman, Deputy C. andM.
V. II k C. W. Ilei'.koll. solictors.
e. NowlUp. liluatrnt d UaUloil t '
i WVi.TVlr i -. .-l Hn avf r prlDUfcl, uow I.
Il'5.,:." (". ttsressk over Mt) New, Ork
L'ta''rffBp1 Stl '""of Ubrr .
Xelu, Tablet, Chairt
'sTTSfriiiiin R T Book Casoi, Lounge
r U T.nliA. PanraTlaiV. .fe
jttrM . ri(IBl ttOOII. MIHljAWa
) f'rl'.-N I iiumoteMl. I'm
Uee. i'U'.Uigw Iu, So powt;
Filajoworth Uoanlisr 11 Day
NCIIUOL for Young Ladies and Little Oirln.
Mrs. II. P. Lhr'KlSVKR. Principal, a. ft
t rniikllu Nlrcrl, Hiillluiorr, Mil. Tho
Villi! school year will begin on Thursday.
Nrsriiibrr 2:1 ,!.
D k ai wogrw.