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DEVOID OF MEREST.
THE SEW LOKD LIEUTENAXT'8
ENTKY 1ST0 DUBLIS.
The Streets Lined With Troops
Critical Illuegg or Cardinal
Jacofilul News Notes.
Dublin, September 18 The ttats
entry of the Ma-quiiof Londondtrry
into Dublin was made with the nsnal
official democstration, bat was devoid
of inc dent. The Mrqiis ai acccm
tauied by his wife, Laiy Lon
donderry. Thsy were race ved in
WeJtlaud Row by a c owd which
cbeerpd them. 15th the Mara its
aud Lidy Lord mdir.-y rode thith r
from the a ation o hor-ebtck.
Lady Lond jtdajry, r8 a tii. tit) to tlie
Irish psoo'e, wire a drees of whiti
poplin. Wiea the cnuple departed
fiom the railway Ration ih y weie
greeted with cheers, followed by
groans. The Maiquis recog liz d tbe
sreeiing by 1 ft ng his tat, bowing
with a emile ta the eroad. Tbemtiie
route fr.m the railway station to
Dublin Castle wts Jinsd with troopp.
Mo?t of the buildincs were decorated
and tbe stree's lrokt d (ray. The Hi
b jrnian Bank huildin? v tv, const icao 's
by its to'al leek of flag", bunting or
decoration. TbeKildart) 8 rant Club
hcuse was filled with people. Ia Nae
biu stret a banner with tbe iotr ip
tton, "The Queen end tbe Constitu
tion," Wis dieplayed. During tbe
progiessof the v:cerega pncesaioo
the cheers nearly everywhere were at
ccmpaiiei by iirca'.a
Ihe vice regil par y was welcomed
at the ca't'e by a iarj:e enwrt of
Loyalists, who cht erf d heartily. 'J here
waa also a hostile crjwd theie, whtnh
did iU best to oQaet the welcome by
chflcring luti y for Paruell and
"TJni ed Ireland." The' h entiles
attempted tu follow tins up as the
Marquis and Lidy Londondeiry
en'.ered the castle by sinsifg "God
Save Ireland," but tbe people rallied
and put a stop to ihis.
Tbe Imprisoned Prleat Interviewed
Galway, B-p'ember 18. Father
Fabey, the Cauiclio prist who is
undergoing six moathb' imprison
ment here for alleged threats ait dins'
a landlord for bavii g evicted one cf
tbe prif st's parishioners, at Woadfor 1,
in an interview today with an Asio
ciated Prees re paittr, f iid : ' I never
mentioned dyiaonite to Mr. Lewis. I
never threatened him. I never orged
tbe people ti groan aga mt bitn. I
did noc give btil, because such a rom
pl ance would hive been a tacit ad
mi' s on that my deft-me wai fale,
and if I made a defense, I would
prave myself unworthy ot priest
hood." France, England and Hadnffaiicir.
Parh, September 18 The Republic
Franca se urges tbe French Govern
ment to tike advaotage of the fct
that England has her hands full to en
force tbe French protectorate ever
Madfgawar. Otherwise," observes
the paper, rglatd, when she be
comts ditecgaged, will become mis
tress of the situation."
Ctllieal Illntas of Cardinal Jacoblnl
RojfK, Soptember 18. The illnefs cf
Cardinal Jacobini, Papal S cretary of
SUt', has assumed critical st?gi.
The a'tempt to relieve the patient
from the gout in the cbest, from which
be -tuffers, was untucoefsful. Tee
greatest anxiety is felt in Papal c'rcles
about the issued the Caidioal's ill
1 plian Affairs.
Alixandria, Septemb?rl8. Nata
Pabha, Egyptian Piime Minister, bus,
at the lequest of the British govern
ment, s'arted for L-nd m to tssiet in
the settlement of Ejyp ian afliits.
'Ihe hostile Arabs of tre S udan
have ausemb'ed in force in Doogoa
and now tbreaten the Ejyptian
The convict? employed by the Egyp
tian government at t'la Djebtlzeit
Pctroieum Works mutinied recently
and twenty-four of tbe mutinetra had
to hi killed before tie others could b)
forced again in'o mbruisi-ion.
' London, Pep'emberl8. Sir Elward
Thornton, British An.bas.!ador at C;in
ttintinople, has returned to that city.
Lonoox, September 18. Mre. Girl
ing the leader r.f the Shakeis in Eng
land, is dead. Her tect are very desti
tute at present.
fTBAsntrno, September 18 Em
ptor William drove on', tedty to the
grontdwh n tie army manouvree
ate being conducted.
Montrral, September 18. It is un
der. tiod that Judge Brooks, of Shere
brcok, Oat., will be appointed Lieu
tenant Governor of the Korthweet
Sofi a, 8 Jt timber 18. The Solranje
has Bpprjvd the bill appointing a
coort martial to t y Maj. Giueff and
other officers tssocia'ed with him in
the coup d'etat on a cnarga of
Bomb,' September 18. Surci, tha
fa ter, has successfully accomplished
his task of aubsistingthi'ty days with
out ordinary food, on mineral waters
and an extract from African root. He
finished his ta'k without being at all
KXIGIITj TEMPL1K COSCLlVE
At St. I.outn Prtparallona Com
pleted lor ine JImii Mooda.
St. Louis, Mo , September 18. AU
arrangement for the reception aud
entertainment of the Knight) Temp
lar, who will attend tbe triennial con
clave in tbis city, have been com
pleted. Quarters have been prepaied
for all visiting cimmanderies and the
Knlghti will sutler no inconvenience
for want of room, nnlesi many come
who have not notified the committee
Today the Recep ion Committee of
fifty from the various local command
eries will go in o camp neir the
Union Depot, where they will be sta
tioned until the la't of the viators
arrive, giving the Knighta a pleasant
reception and furnishing each com
pany with a band which will escort
them to their headquarters. Yester
day there left in a specul car a dele
gation from Ivunhou Cummandery
and invited delegations for Kansas
City, where they will meet Sir Kniitht
Robert E. Wiicers, Bebt Eminent
Grand Master of the United States,
and the California delegations, 1000
strong, and escort them to this city,
arriving here tomorrow morning. The
conclave opens Monday.
Fined for Kinging iheXatlonol Hong'.
Qcichc, Ssptamber 18. A young
immig ant wis recently arreft'd at the
railway s'ation in South Quebec and
subs qnently fined S) nct costi for
sing ng "God Sav the Queen." The
policemen who made too a rest line ea
thst tbe priBcnor was tinging an im
An Immense Exciirnlou.
Chicago, III., September 18. More
than 8000 Odd Fellows, many of them
accompanied by their wives and
friends, left for Boston over tbe Grand
Trank roid this morning to attend tbe
meeting of the Grand Sup-eme Lodge,
wbich begin? next Monday morning.
It took more than 170 cars tocirry
them, and trains s'arted every twenty
minutes sfier 9::!D o'clcct frcm tbe
Polk street depot. There were tepre
rentativei on the t'aum from every
1 dgo in the West ard North wett,
many comine from n far South as
Tens, nd West ss f-ir ts San Fran
cis o. Seven car leads from Denver
and seventeen from Minneapolis and
SULLIVAN AND II EA It LI).
HE ARID KHttCKKIt IIOWH
the ei:eoxD ruisu
And Hie Police Niontlie Xxblbitlnn
-Ihe Flicht Given lo
PiTTrRCRQ, Pa.. Soptember 18. The
air of Puteburg ha been flicker to
day than at any time sinr-e the discov
ery and gentrtl use of rat'iial gas.
Nut with the old-time smoke, how
ever, but with pugilism. Everybody
hae besu talking about the great fight
the CDnlest that wts to tettle an
aching doubt in the minds of the
American peop'e as to whether Joun
L Sullivan ielly ws iavincible or
whether the comnarat ve'y unknown
Gladiator from PhiUdlpnia, Fraok
II arid, p saessed thesUil, backed up
by pluuv, to placit nie fht on Mr. Salli
van's carcass o?too enough to tCDre a
mjorify rf thumps, playfilly ci'.led
poiu'8 With tbe prouenisi of hu
manity to ecept as gcepel what they
know rather thin to pa tial'y p n their
fa th on ht is cn'y c a wed to be
truB, most of those wno expreesed an
opinion at all gave it in favi r of John
L. Sullivan. Join is b g, burly, and
has th"shed a eco e or so el
ready. Wnv eboild t,e cot knrck
the head off Hoaild? "Sx roaias,
t'Ur cuoce glovei", fjr ssien
tfis poin's only," wai passed
from mouth to mouth with eign (leant
trios. No knocking out of court e
not. But it is eafe to say tbat of lh
3000 people in theColieeum when Sul
livan and Ilearld took their corners,
there wera not a hundred who had
not paid their $2 in tbe i xp?ctat;on ol
ste'ugone of ttiuee eluggicg exhibi
tions which gentle John has made bo
popular. Even John b;melf had tac
itly acquiwdd, with a knowing smile,
to inaud b e coojec ire) made in bis
presence as to the ikelihooi cf hi
kaockinic out H' ar'.d f r h i temeri'y
in daring to fece I im at all. As for
Htarld. he said he had nothing to say
until efcei t le ontest. Tbe immense
Co'iieum, wi h its capacity ot 600)
people, wai thrown open at 7 o'clock,
and the crowd that had been clamor
ing around the drora fjr an bour
made a rush. Two dollars edtiisMion
and $) fjrrerved tea's was evidently
not au i x rbitant ra e in tbe
eyes of the Pittsburgers, and a
thousand people were in the hall aa
fas; aa they could buy tcketa. Tbe
audience wf s a muc9ilaoecus one and
c imposed, besides a Urge delegttioa
of tue "fancy ," of manyso'id citsens
who all day long bad been sitting in
banks and me cantile cflkesin Bilemn
dignity. A 10 o'clotk t ley eho ik
hand j. Hea Id seemed afraid f Sul
livan and sparred for wind. Sullivan
reached lor bim and hit bim in the
t maiib. Alter sparring 3 minutei
time wis cdled.
Second Round Af r eeveral feints
Sullivan fot a god lck in and
knocked Ilearld down. They cine
trgetber egain and the po ice inter
fered, toe men retiring to tieir cor
ners. The fliht was decided in favor
cf Salli Vin:
A Sweeping Challenge.
Sr. Louis, Mo., September 17. D.in
Dily, middle weight carop'on of the
West, today published a sweepir g
dull-nee to fliht sny American pugi.
st of 145 pounda fighting wtigbtunder
any conditions hia opponent may
name. H alo rfferj to fight Li
Blar cbe, Fogarty or Jo E'lingswor.h
six, eight cr ten ronnrts, Queensbury
ruler, tbe other condit'ons to ba ar
MEUBI5G AT OXFORD.
Vnlon of a Prominent Toung Mer
chant aud a Lctullirg Belle.
IcoitmspoNDXNCi or tbi apprai..1
Oxford, Mies., September !8. By 9
o'clock Tnureday evening a large m
dience, enrnposed of the most elfgant
and anstocr.t'O people of cur citv, hid
githered at the Presbyterian Church
to wit aces the beauti.ul and impres
sive marriage cerem nj that un.t.'d
two ot tbe mo t rojular youngpeople
of Oxford's s ciety Mr. N. II. Bryant
and Miss Sallie D. Owens. Mr. Bryant,
the happy groom, it the senior mem
ber of the new and prosperous firm of
Bryaut & Tankeisley, who, by bis
sturdy, manly qualities, high sense of
honor, bis elegant manners, naited
with untiring energy and splendid
business quilitlee, has succeeded in
raking a prominent stand in the mer
cantile and soc ial wo Id. The young
and lovely bride for ibe pat two
seasons bas been the acknowledged
belle of our little city. A beautiful
face, charming manmra and quiet
dignity added to her varied accomplish
ments. The marriage ceremony wss
pel formed by Dr. J. C. Caiothers, of
Grenada. After a reception tbat many
of their friends attended to tender
congratulations the happy couple left
on their bridnl tour to Chicago. Be
low is a litt of the bridal presents:
Silver service, Mr. Silas 0ens. Dia
mond crescent and earring', Mrs Siles
Owene. Silver water set, J. O. Bryant.
Pair of lilver napkin lings, set of silver
forks and knives, teg and tablespoons
and cup, Dr. A. B-yant. Silver card
recsiver, Gait. A. T. O wenB. Silver
cake tile basket, M is Ku'a Oweue.
Silver card case, Mrs. A. T. Owens.
Silver jewel care, Miss May Oeos.
Silver b?rry bowl, J. E. Porter. Silver
fruit s'ard, J. T. Thomas. Silver cake
basket G.D Able. Lirge cane rocko',
E. G. II. Tankeig'ey snd T. W. Ya'ee.
Silver cake btsket, MisB Corinne Able
and Mrs. W. O. Chilton. Sat of band
panted after dinner coffees, M'ss
Charlie Wardlaw. G!a;s watw sot
with brass hammered waiter, J. N.
Gibson and M. E. Hurt. Plush per
fume casket, from a friend. GlaeB tea
S't, Mr. and Mre. Swindoll. Piece of
hnndsome hand embroidery, M ss
Linda Roaih. Pair of pickle stands,
Mitses Nannie Clide and Maggie Sue
Barney. Plush dressing case, from a
friend. A beaut ful b-uquet ol fiow
ers.Mrs. M. Sinitber. Briual bonqutt,
Mrs. W.S. Pttt a.
Damon and Pyiblaa
"Why don't you bring your friend
around to the home, Mr. Fea'herly
inquired Bobby, ss tba'. yount;.mtn
sauted himself in tbe parlor.
' I have a poid many friends,
Bobby," replied Featherly, indul
gently. "Which friend do you mean '!''
"John Barleycorn. P snys you aie
a great friend of his." A'ew i'ork Sun.
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MEJMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 188G.
THE CHOI REPORTS.
COMMISSIONER C0LMVN MAKES
A VIH0K0US DEFENSE
Ot the Department's F.itliuatc of the
Colton Yield or the
Some time ao Mets-. Hill, Fon
ta;ne & Co., of !?t. Louts, com
plained by letter to the Depart
ment of Afr culture that the de
partment's estimate cf the cot on
crop was too laige, and, as a re
sult, the prcducere had lost large sum)
of m iney on account of depressed
prices. The ciop of l?st yetr, now
oeiugin, byaitunl count, shows that
the department's CBtimatea were
slightly under the actual a r ount pro
duced. In reply CommiBsiouer Oi l
man has prepared and Bent the follow
ing let er, which wiil be read with
g-neial interett by all persons en-g-ged
in the cation bus ness:
Gkntlbmbn Ycur repeated favors
relating to colton and ueprecat ng as
8 n rued over estimates of this depart
ment were duly considered, ytt while
they wera earne t end lersiatent, they
were not convincing because of tbe
completeness of our systematic in
formation of opposite tenor. You
w 11 remember jour prot'st of more
tban a yejr aro againht the repor.ed
official acreagp.a-.d later your charg's
of oflicial exaggeration of condition in
Novembfr, jour warning that there
wai "a Btti prise in store for big crop
es imstes" and tbat "Texas alone is
over estimated 200.000 bales." Ia
ynur circula-s are assertions of re
duced pric 8 in pait fiom falte rflloial
c Btima'es, and in a tcb gram as late es
Ftbrua y, when thtrd was in riant
some 500,000 ba'(s more than in 1885,
is a charge tint the department es
ti mates had C et the planters a lois of
$50,000,000. L te in tbe season, when
commercial tecords attested largely
it creased produc i .n, ynu advanced
your cr.?p views to 6,'JOO,000 bales, ad
mitting about 600,000 increase. What
ii the iesult? Wbich was right, you
rr the denarttmnt? The etitement
just published if the cotton move
ment by the Na ional Cotton Exchange
is os follows:
1S85 m .,
....,70(i,M 41 "U
Increase... 809,52ii 3.5 4W,3t,5'J0
Tbis is an in reae ot 16 per cent, in
weight, equiva'ent to 014,051 bales of
the weight of those of 1881-85. In
actnal bales of heavur we'ght, 869,5-0,
or 375,691 more than your estimate
lat in the seaeon.
What were the estimate s complained
ha October r.turin were renortsd
order two beads: "Condition" at 78,
which is under avvrase, and "Yield
in hundredth of a bale per a re," bt
3U 75 100 of a bale, wbich would give
i early six and two-thirds million
biles! Itwaseaid in r.'und numbers
tbat this result indicatei a million
bales more than tbe present crop, sub
j et to future meteorological condi
tions," but that "tbe figures must not
be considered final, as tbe date ot
killing fro't and the autumn weather
may ess ly caue a variation of
2"0,100 bales." The medium between
these extremis of lange ia 875,X0
bales and the enmmr-rciat count makes
an incieass of 800,620 bales of larger
site, or 914.051 balei of Ihe same siz
Tbe final statement, after tbe p'cking
was ciraplete, primised a crop slightly
exceeding 6,250,(00 bales.
You will g?e tba1. the returns are
fu ly vindica'ed, and tbat they fore
told a result prac icdly identical with
the record of the commercial move
ment, varying at mott only a fiact'on
of one per cent., not only for this
year, bnt with equil eiactness for
1 hree seasons out if fjur si are 1881,
and tbe fourth varied by only about
2 par cent.
ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION.
rnnd roncert Wl.Ii a Cboruw or
2000 School Children.
St. Louis, Mo., September 18. One
of the rooit pl a'ant attractions of tb.9
Kxpcsition tlus fcr during U present
season was trie coacert in tbe large
mnsic hall thin afternoon, given by a
chorus of 2000 children. The voices
were selected from among tbe best in
the public schools, and they had been
thoroughly trained eepsrately bv the
music te'chers at each s '.boil, and col
lectively by the direitor, Prof. Froe
Lch. A largo audience completoly
filled the auditorium and the doors
and foyer weiecowdcd bv tho:e who
could obtain but "standing room
only."- 'lha United S'ates cava'ry
depot band attnompaniod the choiui
aud the time bitw en the numbers
was occupied by B gnor Liberati, th
noted corn t!s'. Tte choruses, soma
of them diftiitult f r young voice,
were rendered in perfect time and
wBre thotough'iy appreciated. Among
the pieces nftre Steiniz's festive
ma'nb, "Praise ftie Lord," and "Amer
ica" THE WHEEL.
Notes About Hlrytlina; In Memphis
Wheeling in the Bluff City is bt
coming the favorite aoort. Hi open
succ es is due to the flne pikes which
have recently been completed. Tha
Memphis Cycle Club contemplates a
good race track, where they will sooa
give tbe pBople an opportunity of wit
nessing some fast riding.
L038K H POKES.
Wade Hampton is back.
Wm. Woods ii out again.
Abe Friedman makes a good c iptain.
E. Underwood ridea to business
Wm. Klycri and Charles Maydwell
bold the Apollo.
Ferd Trep dees some giod practice
K. Slusicr is a d uk borse in tbe field.
Witkins and Tompkins will here
after ride with tbe club.
Surprise will take bis tandt m on the
tod s ion.
Ya'es is good on g run, and the boys
would like to see h m out oftener.
"If tbe Mexicans meet a pretty
womnn on the street," say a g letter in
tbe New Orleans I'icayune, "although
an entire Btianger, they will aay to
her: 'You are ao sweet! so pretty!
I love you 1' No offence is meant and
the lady is net expected to cotice it.
Such a compliment wis paid a pretty
Boston girl in Mexico City, and she
astonished her p a n spoken admirer
by lakirg ber parjarl to him."
Bbe went Jorn the garden walk,
Hit nriii w rnund her wikial:
"Now don't J that," the bluntly (uld,
"You konw it't in bidtute."
"I'm lure I ennot re It to,"
llij said with io grlmacei,
"My hand I'm only tryini Dow,
At iniikinir slud wiiivt (duces. "
Brooklyn Nagatint: Ii the bouse
the Turkish women appear to better
advantage tban when in tbe street.
They wear handsomely decoiatod
slippers, or mere often eit bar. too',
rnd the drees ekirt is let loos to trnil;
the t'onsirs ere dian dewn to tbe
ankles, and the Jerijn throw n as de
with the yashmak-, and, nhrve all, the
face Is washed of its dietiguring pint.
wh rh is only worn in t' e stioe . 1 he
Turkish women then are 8 en to have
smooth, poiUhtd skii.p, clear corn
lilci onx and a rraity cjlur, though
dark. Tiieyarein many r, stietvs the
handronvBC raee cf women, in the
face, though they have a' e rlu ely noth
ing but rol's of "ft by way of lunro.
Tbe tieoigians and Circns'a m ilat
yon see amotg th"ru ara slenderly
built while young, though the life of
uttc r idleness and cona'ant i"iru:iiinl
iine makts them grow in alfo. Ti e
d'O'leet thing is that fiv.k e are con
eideied the highest nmrk of beauty,
and only the Cir.a aiaus have "him.
The w niun eat much swee: f od, cn
diei and peserves, and diiuk ino di
ntte quantities of Serkys tea ai d milk
for their complexion, and eat r'cj in
every imaginable form. In f.ut, they
est a 1 the time when r.ot drinking or
CONN'r LLSVILLE COKE WORKS
'ia Willi I nonn Wednexlnjit Iiulll
PiTTsni'Rii, Pa., September 18 Tbe
coke syndicate bas deeded to cloe
down allthewoiks in the Cinneih
villa region every Wedntsday nn'il
further notiie on atcmnt of a failing
oQ in the demand. No dm 'g ba
been made in tbe price In came the
present slackirg in demand is not
considered iLdicitjug any chargi
in tbe volume ot the iioa trade. It is
earned by a number of lurnaus hav
ing goce out rt oust ior repairs, a m
every one ol ttiete win go in dihbi
aaaiu aaroonjB the rars are com
puted. The production of pig iron
during July and August wai ureati r
thHn ilnr ng uioie raonni ot any pr
vious year Tbu. although the de
mand is large and stea ty, the itocks
have increased bo as to be abundant to
YllOM THE PEOPLE.
Uood Void for Untlowajr.
To the Editon of the Appeal :
As it seems to be the custom to pre
sent the namei of thrsa v,uom we
should hn pleased to Bee occupy asnat
in the L gielaiure, I dejire to present
thensmeot oue well and favorably
known in this lity for tbe past twt
ty yeaw, one who grved us twi years
very ei-ti factoiilv in tlio first Council
of the Taxing D. strict, a s II made
man of first class buuness qua'ill.a
tions, consrrv.itive in a'l things, and
would make a sound Legis ator for
tbe rich and the poor, and I know
will be well supported. I refer to Mr.
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otf popular remedies for Siek and Nerv
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ments originating In a disordered Liver.
I have been a great sufferer from
Headache, mid Ayer'a Cut hin t io Pills
are tho only medicine tluit 1ms ever
given me relief. One dose of these i'ills
will quickly move my bowels, and free
my head from pain. Williiun L. l'ugo,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell, M.
Hold by nil Denier! In Medicine.
Forty Years a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
"FOB FORTY TEARS I here been a rie
tlin to CATARRH-three-fourtnii of the tirnt
nuflnr.4 from EXCRUCIaTINW PAINS
AtROKb JlY FOKKHKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. Tne diioheriei were ao offensive
that I beatuta to mention it.rioept lor the
(ood it m io eorae other iufloror. I bare
pent a fertnne from ror earning!
darina n? '"'ty yean of suOerinc to obtain
relief from tin doc ton. I have tried patent
mediolnee ry one I eould learn of irora
the four oornei, of the earth, with no relief.
And AT LAS
(f'7 yearf of we) have met
with a remedy (tat hae eared we entirely
made me a riwvuj, I weiyhed lMpoundi,
and now weiah Mi. I nued tbirteen bottlee
of the medicine, and lb only reairet I bare
1, thatbeinr in tie bumble walki of life I
may not have lndao to previil on all ca
tarrh mffereri to um what bai eared me
(J ulna's l'loneer Blood Renewer
" No. 267 Smoci treat, Macou, a."
" Mr. Uenry Cfcerea, the wrlur of the
above, formerly of Crawford aointy, aow of
Maoon, Ua., meriti ttit oonli nce of all ia
Urestod in oaurrh, W. A '',''' ,,
''ti '.ri 1 Maoon."
dill mi's Pioneer BloW
Cu-en all Blood ard Skla Pi e, Rhenma
tinm, Mcrotula, Old Sorei. A rfoot tipriog
MfJwine. .... V r . .
1 1 not in your market, It W'l e rorwarded
on receipt of price. Small bull I. ll.Urne,
Fnaay on Blood and Skin I'll mailed
MAHOli MEDICINE rHNT.
i natvou, tleorsla.
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NEW YORK.
HIClIAltl) A. M'( l ltnV, ProMldout.
The Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the World,
0FFIGE-N0. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN Fa WILKEKSON, Asoiit.
Tho Planters Fire ami Marino Insuranco Co.
41 Hire la "oniii j ItiillUInc, So. 41 Mitdlxon Nlrrvl, Men,,hl, Tonn.
D. T. POBTKB, Pre. I .inn. nv r.KTOiV. Jr., VeePr. I J. II. KMITII. Nec'jr
f. II. 1HM K. AaklKiHiil Hrrrrlnrr.
niRI'ITOHD-S II. BROOKS, ol ilrookt, Neely A Co. R. L. Col'FIN, of Pillnnl A Coffin (
X). T. PuKTKR, of I'orter 4 Mncraet JOHN OVEltlON. Jr.. J. 0. M ILLS, J. R.
UODWIM, of J. K. Godwin JtOo.j J. M. (JooDBAR. of Ooodbar & Co. i
J. M. PHILLIPS. HAHDWIi PKRKS
rommeurril lliitluea In IHH7. l oma Ptaial, Uvrr llulf a Million.
iMrlllnire t'aateolnlly lralrrl.
Alio Reiireaentt the SriNcini.D Fiki, ol Mprinirflrld, Maaa. flroitnu IIoui Iniii'ramci
Company; Miii ktain Citv, o ChBtianooga, Teno.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Term.
J, T. lARwASOJT.
0. 0. HBIH. R. A.
J, T. FARGASON I GO.
Hiolosalo Grocers & Ceifon Factors,
8(SS Front Street, ItfompbAa, Tcn.
Oettel eonalined to u wlH hay our eareful attention. We earry at all Umei a well-
ieleoted (took ot
Stipla & Fancy Groceries, Winos, Liqucrsjob&cso & Cltjira
f wilt mf I vw n 1 H f .anw?).
W. T IMMVDHK.
31 and 3G fffariiNon
A. VACCAKO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Not. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE C0MPAMY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP"llGOtol74 Adams St., ttemphlp
e)nw-Mllls Stftt" '"""'""'"rtVVr Nut.
UnlKllnct a. 'iilM.
''gCU jfcV i 'H' '""in nW
& RAILWAY SUPPLY
tSuceeaaori In thta lepartment to JOHN MAN0OUK.)
i-Wrlten for information on ANY THINK In nUhcrltn.
HILL FONTAINE I GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
3043-30S Front St.. glemphla, Teim.
HILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors. Commission Llorchants,
H"o. 116 Donth Ha In St.. Rt. Lni.
t .' r.ipy.TaMTOEB; - 2r: '
AND DEALER IN
CHI MM IV Tr, I.011IMVILI.K IJ Kill JEM T.
I.niV VilfIRN, PLANT IS K PAH IN,
TICK, riltK IIAIH and FIHK 1 1 KICK, Ett;
JI FU OUT WTH-Bgl'. MEMPrTTS TET8"rT.
EDWARD MOON Ss CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
MOP. H anal IO 1IMIOM NTHEF.T, . . HIFMPH1W, TKXM.
Af. fJawlm. Jfalaei R.ajnilivan,
Wliolofsale Grocers, Cotton Fuctara
And Commlssisn r'erc.'ianti,
232 and 234 Front SL, Eemphis, Teim
MTWIM ADAM AHO JirrUUWI,
Mr, I. V. BAXRIT devotes hit wliote time to the welrhint and aale of 'Jl Cotton .atwM
" " ' i.u thari....Cvtten Warehoaae.W WathiaitomtraaU
I. L. W00D8QJ
Hi,, t KiTemihU. T?"'n
DEPT. 226 and 228 Scontl 81
1MIATT GIN CO.
Manulaoturer'l Acenti for
Daniel Trait ottou OIum,
FEKDEKS AND CONDENSERS,
NWILKY, SMITH A CO.,
Iriatt Krllpe Holler Ulaia, Feed
ra itnil Win Hrpnlrttra,
08 to 104 Poplar St., Momphl
-I'ratt RerolTlnf-Uead Olna ane
qaaled. Htnck now eomplete. Prloei
reduced. Correspondence ann oruert
olioited. Uld Ulna Repaired In Klrat-
la tird . All work guaranteed.
. J. Vim k.
DEAVElt DAM. SP1UNGS
WILL be oiwr.ed June lit. Thii noted
waterlnir-place it situated aix Bailee
trom -'.ina Furnace, on the Naahrill. and
Tuaculnoia ruiiroad, in Iiickman county
Tenn. Hack wiil meet all traina at Ktna
and will convey fucti to aprinse at a r.ry
Hiinnl, -,0 Prr Moaih t For ly.
h''lnl Mnlra lit'aujiillla.
We invite all who wiah to apend the ajort
pleanant aeamn of iher Uvea to Come to
Ueavrrdnm, eapeciallj aeekare or pleaaorw
and ho.iltli. tiood water and pure air o
abuniance. Ill Ill.l:al01l BHOH.,
I.iTerrmen, Centrerllle. Teum.
E. A. DKAN, Prop'rCentreTlllelloiel.
jKAKIt IIWTI.I., Al.l'M ajPHIIeUX.
t, Hockbridse Co., Va. Mih np i. thaj
Virelnia mountain, l'lrturemueaurronaii
inaa.eitnnaiveand heautilull; ahailed lawn.
Uaa, electric hell, and all tnodorn hnprore
menla. Two daily inii, pnat, teleerapliiantl
etprena oQlcea on the preniiaei. rndle ta
ery beat. Luxurioulj furniabed nomlt
U erh band of iiiiimo. Send for illiinratej
riainphlet. Ohargoa moderate. Open for vie
Uira, June l.'ith. Wtiirn: Al;m. ( u!ylf
and frmtovr. R.T. W ILylS'tN.Mnn'T.
Crab Orcliard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The exeellen
of the cuitine. and accoinmoilationa ctar
a-lerillo of tliia hotui during the paat thre.
reara, ahall be fully uinintained thia eeaaus.
Kxcuraion ticket! to the Hprmira by the L.
and N. Kailway are rood via Louisyille, both
foind and returnina, to vrocced on first train
auccoedini arrival in Louisville.
W T. ill! ANT. Hro.'t. .I.C. KfNft, fnj'.
Dlt. D. S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
IKatnbliahed In lfWO.I
DR.JOHNSON la acknowledged by all ar
tiea intereated aa by fur the moal nn
ceaatul phyaician in the treatinentof private)
or aecret diaeaaut. Quii'k, peraianent cure.
unrantend in every cine, innle or few ale.,
lecent eaaea of tlonorrhea and Syphilia
eurod in a f w dnya without the uae of mer
cury, oil u cue ol diet or hindrance from
buameaa. Secondary Syrhilia, thelaat rot
tine eradicated wltho'.tthe uae of mercury.
Involunanry loaa of cinco itopped in abort
time. eiutVorera from iinpoloniyor ie cf
apuml p'- wora roatore to Ireevlaor in rir
weeka. Viciims of aell-abuae and excraiivw
venery, tuttorioar from epermnUirrbea anil
loaa of phyaicHl und nicntul power, apedily
and permanently cured. Particular allan
tion paid to the lliroiiaea cf Women, ed
curea HuiirimUed. Pt'ca anil old aorci cureit
wlthnui Ihe uae of cuUKtio or the knile. All
conaultiit'ona strictly crndontial. Madi
cinea sent by ete.ia to nil putts ul tba
erWorkitiKinen enred at hnlf Ihe niaal
ratal. I'lllce uoura troui H e'e'ock a.m. i,a.
nVliicV n.in 1). K. JOIINSliN, M.I).
eak Turn? mtiilcr fct) K oOrlirlnalSSKhatv
liownrunf Imitniiiiiie. -k
rVoneOcmnlne auluee brariug thleStumav.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE!
UudolnliattoulConprM(.Ti(l lenr. ItufCtUf
rrnu imcxtwiiod in win.
UU uCon(iort unit Aptwr
tlon tmvtop'ttlilK bli.M
f pima or Aarnuwy.
J. Moans & Co.;
1 uncom ni4.
Thl0 altuo iUunll httrhor tn thewttmtkm oT
Waw Uin nr oilier In thn worltl. Thou
wituiH wbo wear U will uiU jrou Uu rMon if u
Orridl Maufiim (Ua I.ioiit CouraiiT,!
MaupiiiH, I ink.
Y order of the Board ol Director! of ths
1 Mnninhie (las Liaht Gomnany. madw-
Julys, 1KSH, a meettnt oi the itoo Del Here ;
aid company was called to be held on Mi.
day, October , IMtl, at ihe ofllctofthe com
pany, In Memphis, at Vi m., to consider aa
act upon a contract niaCe by the Board el
directors with laxins; District ol bh-lb
county, a copy of which contract has bewt
lent by mail to each stockholder. In lurtbai
purauance of said order of the Board, no tin.
of aald meeting la hereby given to the stock
holders ol said company, and they are earn
estly requested to be present, or send prniiee
with their Instructions as io the vetirn of
their stock upon this proposition to accept
or reject auid oonlraot.
Secretary of Uempbla (ias Light Co,
I PURSUANT to an execution Issued Au
iruat B. ImhiI, from the rjuprfiun (.curt of
Tenneaace, on JnHument rendered ty iit
Court, June 1". IhkiI, In favor of J. L. r pper
aon aiialnat w. B (ialbr nth and J. M.
f'owlkea, comprlalni tho linn of W. 1). (lal
Srenth A Co., lorone thousand and einhty
ninedolluiiund iihty-live c. nta (I1WJ eT).
1 will on
Hnlurdny, Oplnhrr II, XHMI,
In front of tbe Courthouse do 'r, in Shelby
county, lenn.. sell to the hlnhet biddtr lor
cnahthe fnlliiwinir dn'aribed tract of land ia
Ihe Taxing Dltriot of bh.dby county, in
Hhelhy county, Tcnn., to-witi Itcglnninrnt
a point on the south line ol Union at reet.
M fret eait of a lour (4) foot alley ; thn-e
eait on and with south line of Union street
; 1 1 ' V, feet to a stake; thence southwardly, at
niflit hiikIoi wilt) Union street, lvK feet lo an
alloy; thenco with said alley weatwardly
HI'-, Icet to a stake; thence on a line l-er-pendlcular
lo t in street northwardly lt'tt
loot to the point of leinr.iit. beiim aauie
lot conveyed h W. 11. Ulbieth to A. V'ae
ciiro by deed rcrialrred In Shell.y county,
Tenn., in book 1011, pnae lt7, and aamenemal
the east hall of lot convored by K. Lnne iiy
M. L. Moacham end W. B. flalbteoth.hr
deed in book M. paxe UU. of the ltealster'a
olliceol a lit county. Levied on as the prop
erty of W. 11. llalbreath to aatialy said ex
ecution. W. II. CANNoN. Mierin..
My Johk -I. Masiin, Deputy Sheriff..
Poston A I'oaton, Attorneve.
No. B?M, K. D. Chancery Court of Peelkw
county. Htau, ol Tenaeaaee Tt. iare
Morrison et al.
Bi virtue of an Intarlcentnry decree for
ale entered in tbe above cause on U.
th day ot December, I'M, M. If. M, pmam
321, 1 will sell at public auction, to the hin
est bidder, in Iront of Ihe Clerk and Mas
ter'a offlce, onurthnnae ol Bhelby ooane,,
Memphis, Tennessee, on
Hntnrtl.7, Nrpltuiber DO, 1NA,
within legal hou'S, the following desertrxitr
property, situated in Shelby oounty.let
DeaKee. to-wit :
N. '(.IntM, fronting 21 feet on th eint:
aldeol Chickasaw street by a depth of 14
tret, said lot being 1 loet south cf Vf in
Chester street. Ho'd aa properly of tba lie
known 1 olrs of J. A. 11 skett.
Part of country lot.V2S, fronting 37 fret en
the north side of Auction street, hy a tleptbi
or W-i feet. Hjld as property of Sarah Mor
rison and others.
Lot 170, Ironling 37'4 fot on the ea.aide
ol Main street, by 14HV; feel det, 74e leet
mrlh of Auction stroet.
Terms oi Male On aeredlt. of six mote
note benrlng interest, with security, ra
uuired: lien retained; redomntion barred.
Thulith nayc f Augu-t. lS8ti. ,
s. I. MnOOWELL. Clerk and Master.
Hv H. F. Colem.in. Deputy O. and M.
F. II. A C. W. Helskall. mlleilnra.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
1 T f .lit
Flre, WIimI, Walar ami I lithiwlner
ItriMir. buitalile for all kinds of buildinga.
For prices and estimate! at factory rt tat,
eall on or address
MEMPIIId MKTAL A WOOD MF'8 CO.,
438 A 440 Main at., and 21 A 21 Mulberry at.,
MEMPHIS. TUNS. ,
Headnuartera tor Iron Fcnota and rreatieg,
Kdsewortli IJoanli-R ml Day
NCUnOL for Young Ladios and kittle Hirlrt.
.Mrs. H. P. LrFKUVltK, Piincipal. . 8
t'rnnklln Nir(, Hiilllnir, Hi. Te
VSils school year will begin on Thunilaj.
kriuibr a i ,!!!.
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