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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL) TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. ISSO.
MORE RIOTISGAT BELFAST
THE BARRACES ATTACKED
THE ISE AttED PEOPLE.
Emperor lYilllam's Farewell Order
to tlie Army European
Belfast, September 20. T lu re wm
dcsnerate llotiog on Divis ftreet yct
teulay. A policeman arrested two
drunken men for fightipg. A mob
immediately gathered aronud the po
liceman and threatened bitn with vio-lr-nre,
and it wa with the grtatet
difficulty that the j.r'sin?ra were se
cured. As soon ai tbo barrack doora
were clotted behind ti e prisoners a
ftatfal attack woi made upon tbe
buildiciz bv the mos. O .ttide fhut-
tera were lorn down and windows
were BQiiahe J with ticis and paving
Btooef. There were only four con
stables within tbe birrack. Tbey
fl ed eleven rounds, killing one roan
and wound Df? several o hats. It in
stated that a woman wts wounded and
has since died in her own house. The
mob was teat end by reinforcements
of polica. Later toe mob gathered in
small groups,, when a number cf
prifs's tr.ed to peisuade the people to
retire to their homes. The oiatu beta
were patrolltd by military and po'ire
Emperar milium' Farewell.
Stbasbuso, S.jptamber : 0. T-Eai-psior
Willihm, in bis farewell order tn
the Geroinn army bete, says: "I
leave tbe Fifteenth Army f-crps with
feelings of the liveliest satiefacion and
with a firm belief that the corps will
always show tbe world bow firmly the
Gf rtnan peop'e are united and how
all are animated by the same spirit."
follow me," 8nl many a young giil
who did not uodersUud the code wfs
subjected to annoyance and irsalr.
La'eiyanewplin has betn adopted
by the flirtatious femlfs,nd it is now
all tbe rae in-crrt.in cire'es. An
urabre la cr pararo! is the weapon of
t flee se, and in the hands of an expert
ia as dangerous a the Spanish lady's
fan. it clured and UEfd as a rane.
it signifies that the owner
would not bs tdvtrse to lejur
ing a ma'e companion for the
protnerade, providing; he is good look
ing and "nice." If clcspd and carried
htr zontally in front of the owner,
with the end sticking out, the signifi
cation ia that tbe owner can make ber
own way through tbe streets and se
cure plenty of rrom without addition
al a-8 stance. If chcrd and carried
over tbe shoulder much as a carelef g
porteman Cf rrifs a gun, the meaning
is that tbe fair d-mieel in lcokiDg for
anadventuic. Wh-n this signal hns
at'.ra-.ttd thu stteLtir.n of a "desira
ble" party of the ma'e persuuion.tbe
experience 1 flirt raises tbe weapon
perpeudiculxrly and then drops it to
tee tront. lots D eaus that the man
to whom she is signaling is to overtake
ner and enter into conversation, aud
the invitation is sold im disregarded
by the fellows who are corstaotiy on
the lookout for chance acquaintances
of tbe opprs te sex. Many wcnien
who claim to be, and doubtless are,
"lespectible," indulge in this amuce-
WEST DOWH U A STORfl.
A SLOOP YACII T SIXKSIX BOSTON
Lives Supposed to Be Lost The Cy-
cloue at Jollol, 111. Oilier
Willi Some Reflection, on French
' Women in General.
American Hallway Merurillea active
London, September 20. D'sconot
durit g the past wetk was ia active de
mand tt harder rates, being 2J per
cent for three months and "i pr
C3nt. for ehott. Tbe Brock Exchange
loan M'etntil next iccount is 43J
ner cent. The settlement du'icg ihe
firtt three days of the week tended to
resrict business on tbe Stock Ex
change, but afterwaid there w mntth
activity in every department. English
rai road gfcarities received an imp-tin
from the increase ia traffic. Ami r'c n
railway securities wore tspecialy act
ive and there was a lane amount of
invtstment, prices Siturdiy cosing
AS Far la.
Paw, September 20. Busiress cn
tbe Bouts? during the past week was
Quiet, with a tendency tt firmness
Three per csnt. rectes advanced 15c
and Suez Canal shares 21f. C edit
Foncier declined 2f 15c and Panama
Canal eharea 2f 25c Tbe new bonds
of the Panama Canal Company show a
marked depression, being 4lf below
the issue price. Subscribers who ex
pected to see tbe bonds at a p-em'um
now find tho value of the bonds ('or
-which lOOf was paid on allotment) re
duced to 69f.
At Berlin. ,
Behlin, September 20 Business on
the Boursa during the week was lim
ited; changes were fractional and up
ward. Short exchange on London
clcsed at 20 10; lorg exchange on Lon
don at 20.28, and private discount at 1 J.
- Frankfort, September 20. Bnei
ness oa tbe Bonne w;s quiet aad
prices were firm. International stocks
were in mora demand. At tbe close
Anatrian gold rente was quoted at
05.75; Austrian lilver at 09.30; Hun
garian gold rents at 86.40; Austrian
credit at 224 j short exchanga on Lou
don at 2 1.41; exchange on New York
at 4.24, and private d scount at 2.
London, September 20. John Lip
trot llatton, the English composer, is
Constantinople1, Bept'mber 20. It
is s'ated here thai Ejgland. Austria
ard Go-many hav invited Turkey to
occupy Rmmelia if Russia invades
Dublin, September 20 The Irith
Tim says: "Despite the efforts to ex
cite ill fueling on the occwioa of the
new Viceroy's arrival at Dublin Ctstle,
tbe Marquis of Lmdenderry met with
a reroeouul and even cardial recep
tion.'' . .
Keview Hade bjr an Asjrlcul
Chicago, III., Ssutemb'r 20. The
following croo report will appear iu
this week's issue of the Farmen' He
view: The torn crop is maturing
rapidly, and tbe correspondents this
week indicate, approximately, the
nrobable yield per acre in bushels.
Frosts ocenrred in Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa and Nebraska daring tbe week,
and some.injury is reported lo tbe late
grain in tbe lowlands, but, in the
main, no general injury occuried,
owing to the maturity of the grain. In
twenty-one counties in Illinois the
average ranges iiom 10 to 40 bush
els, with an apparent average of about
25 bushels to the acre. Tne lowest
average is reported from Henry county,
where the probable yield is placed at
Tho average in Minnesott, in four
teen counties, is placed at 28 bushels.
in Indiana twelve counties repoit a
general average of 29 bushels. Ia
Kmeai the report from twelve coun
ties reduces tbe average to 22 bushels.
Ia Ohio the avenge of the counties
reporting this week place the general
average at 32 boahela. In Wisconsin
the average drops to 20 buehe's. In
Miaaouii the general average is pieced
at 24 bushelc The reports from Ne
braska indicate unusual Iv large yields
in come conntiee, In Cdar, Merrick,
Flatta and Hitchcock' counties tbe re
ports indicate that the yield will range
from 40 to 60 buahele. The reports
from Michigan indicate a yield rang
inn from 10 to 75 buihels to the acre.
While none of tbe returns are suffi
ciently complete to estimate accurately
the generjl average of the probable
yield, the data is ample as indicating
approximately the probable general
average ia the several Mates.
An enthusiast in tbe cause of civic
viituo lh te' asida 18,009 fraocs, to be
invented for tbe purpose of producing
sn incstne 'with which annually io
provide dowries for thrae young
rartsiaa gins oi good character. The
crowning of a "rose queen" is aa
did custom i a mcrithm ocevHage
in ianre and isnga:d, and in
the cae of a well Known suburb
of P rip, the ins itation and annual
ceremonial which it ectai's bave a
worldjwide celebrity. It is true that
now ni tbea e gain the profane wits
oa the beine nave cut their gibs a
the memory tf the founders of lha
proceedmg and of those who partici
pats in it. But the ve?y thought of
eucb a thing in the ca e of Paris, says
tbe London Standard, will be to m it
peiple inconceivable, fr.m the vast
cess of the area to which it is to bi
applied, wtile o'bers, we imegine,
will bs of opinion that it is one
cf Ihe mobt iucoEgroous idea;
taat ever entered a man's braio. At
the end of h:s remarkable novel,
''Froment i-uce et R sler aine," M.
Alpbonae Daudet represents one of
the characters, at the dawn of a misty
momirg standi: g outeide Paris, hut
with tbe city well in view, shaking his
fist and exclaiming, "C:quinel" The
euthor adds that ir. isimpnesible to say
whether or not "Coquine" was app ioi
t) the unprinc'pled heroine who bad
wrought so much mischief. And s
tbe work closes. . W'a onfesi th.t
nothing has happened s nce tten to
mak anyone regard Perie, from thst
point of view, with more favora
ble eyes. An intelligent French critic,
M. Jules Lemaitie, has argued, with a
gocddealof plausibi i y, thata!though
M. Zola prides bimielf upon being
the piince of realists, he is an idealitt
of the mo.t outrageous character,
rea'ism being shown rather in the
pjges of M. Du'idet, who describts
things ss uey are without anv paitt
prie.tban in thesa cf M. Zo!a, who bai
got a tbeoiy to support and in
oder to support it, represents
life as being much more w.'cked and
much more ugly than it is. But to
whicbeverof the portrayersnf Parisian
1'fa we tarn, whttherlt be M. Zola, M.
Daudel, M. Guy de Maapa satit, or M.
Jules O areiie, we rise f om a perns d
of one and all cf them w th the im
pression either tbat a rosiere is very
much wanted in Paris or tbat eu.h au
inetitution woald be out of p ace alto
gether. M. Z da, in his "Au Bonbeur
des Dames," may ba snppised to have
wn ten n s laH woid on the snbjeit
But, indeed, it is hardly neceesury t
argue what is o notorious and so in
contestable. Paris is the1 headquarters
of all that makes the etnntl feminin
so interesting to many peisons and de
grades it tn the lowect point it is
capable of reaching. It ia sa'.ibfacory
to fiad that most of the wiirers who
have delivered up their genius tj the
dvscriouoa u women, as u under
st -od by tout Par s, end by lookirg
upoa me as en msuuerab e ton
Hero is the lest word and coufefion
of the high priest cf tbem all: ''Wno
was the idiot who firtt fancied that
bappinees could be produced by aa
equalization of weBl.h?" Hav'ng
eeked this questioa, be replies that
tbe only ratult would bs to g've
every one a email slice uf tbe
common misery of being alive,
since in wouio ennoie bim to "emerge!
from the tranqu'l tat.s'action of their
inBtinc s in order, to make acquaint-
wio lusniiauie Hunger ana
thirst of the passions." To sum up,
he concludes: "The best thing would
be not to exist at all; or, if one must
needs exist, then to be a tree, a stone,
or 8' ill bett sr a grain of saud that can
not be made to bleed under the heel
of the pasierby."
Chicago, III., September 20 Dis
patches from many piinis in North
ern Illinois repvtiirdat damage done
io larm property and residaiices by
Saturday nights storm. At lhkalb
I. J. Woods's stock barn was struck
by liirhtning and burned. The Ions
was $20,0.0. Some stock was Killed,
but s jet no less of human Lfe is re
ported. AT J0I.IKT.
Joiiet, III, September 10 Tbe
scene of Saturday right's cyclo an was
vis ted ya-terdty by thousands of
pecpe. It is a lemarkable fact that
although fifteen or twenty houses
were completely demolished and mat
tered by the hrrifia wind, vet not a
person was fatally hnrr. Everybody
teemed t be aware of the approach of
the cyclone some minutes before it
struck the city, and secured eafety bv
flaeing ti their cellars, fragments of
toe demolished bo ssiere cariUd a
quarter of a nftle befors tho
Wind. A largs nurnber cf houses
were moved from their fouuda
tioos and wrendied oat of shape,
naiyoftaem with sreat patches of
ahii g es m ssirg from the roof. Tha
bouee of Peter Djly, oa Coicigo et'eet,
was turned upside down. Tne roof
now ni'j on the ground and thn Irnnt
d or is hijih np in the a'r. The larga
elevator c f 11.8. Ca-pent:r& Cc. is
Ddy wre.ck.-d. The piles of .the
Wes ern Uoion Telegraph Company
were twis'ed off like piprstems, tbe
Btree s being blocked with a mas of
tangled wires, and tele.rdoh an l tele
pboae wires rendered ueeie;s all over
theaouthera part o! tbe city. The
darasgs to property in the citv is osti
mated at $75,000, and may exceed that
Boston, Mass.. September 20 At
z6) p.m. yeuerday tue stam yacht
viracie encounieieu a neavy ram squall
in Uhip Channel between Cllops and
Livells Islands in liost-n harbcr.
When the squall had pasred over her
crew discovered a sloop yacbt bottom
up about a mile to the eartwurd of
Lovelia I-land . As the Grade bd
preached ber, she right' d and tank in
ctteen Ie6t oi water. Two men in a
boat, who had seen her cspsz, said
that she seemed lo be full of pas'en-
gers. No bodies could be found. Tho
yacht sank .bafcra the name on her
s'ern could be rend. She was twenty
fett long, painted white and carried
mainsail and jib, but eo colors. Ihr
cinvas w.'s new and had apparently
been recently bent. Her masts above
the trots trees showed above water.
The Practice Steadily
on tbe ln-
A great deal has been said and
written about etreet flirtations, and
this irregular method of making
atquatntancse hss. cf coune, been
conducted on all eides. NevertbeleBS
tbe practice is constantly on the in-c-ea'e.
Two or throe years ego it was
the luehioa to wear JoDff ribbone.
which were so arranvei that they
huug over the wearer's ehoulde". It
became well understood mat; if tbe
streamer depended from the left
stioaldcr it meant, "Fellowr, come
REACHED THEIR DESTINATION.
Tbe Cblricabnn and Warm Springs
Indiana at St. Anguaiine, f la,
Jackbonvillb, Fla, September 20.
The band of 382 Warm Spring! and
Chiricabua Indians, buck, squats
and papoose?, from San Carlos leser
vation, arrived tonighr, guarded by
two companus of United States troops,
Col. J. F. Wade commanding. They
left immediatsly for St. Augustine,
wbe-e tbey will be placed on a reser
vation. . Great interest was manifeeted
here, hundreds of people surrounding
the depot to see them. The Indians
at Fort Marion, St. Augustine, waited
anxiously lortne nana t orn tai Carlos
reeerva'.ion. An advance party, which
er.ived Tnuredav with f!nt J. fi.
Dorst, of tbe Fourth Cavalry, brouf ht
news oi aeatn to inoee at ort Manon,
causing a howl of grief and the death
dance. A daughter bora to Geroniino
by ooe of his i quawe in the fort on
tiie 12th instant, haa bean mined
Marion by Col. Langdon.
Cure of Liver Complaint. -
Iowa Falls, Hardin Co., Ia., June
8, 1885. I have teen using Allcock's
Porous Piasters for four years and
thiDk I could not get along witlout
them. For a long time I was afflicted
with a pain under my right shnuider
bade;' I el'O had conaideiable difficul
ty in breathtog. I applied an Allco:k's
Porous Plaster on my back and onton
my cnesr. I Sept dunging them ev
ery foar days, and at the end of tlreo
weeks wis entirely cured.
; K. 8. STEVENS.
A 'Ihuudrr Storm
Mnr pnrifv the air, but nothing exc!pt
f-OZODOST will purify tbe month
fitlud with Degltc'.cd teeth, end rescue
those faithful oorvanto of rnsnkiad
f om u.ter ruin befote it is loo Into.
Don't neglect to try It. Yon will be
Borpiised and delighted wi,h its re-sal's.
Tbe Two Tear Old Wht Won
Oreat Knktern Handicap.
Mr. HajgJn's great olt. King Fox.
won the Great Eastern Handicap at
Sheepshead Bay last week with 125
pounds oa his back, and won it rather
easi y, too. The time was fast, 1:15,
and the feet was equal to any ever
accomplished by an American 2
year old. Tremont, before be
was retired for the ceesoo,
was nndonbtedly better tban King
Fox. but be never iaa in a race whch
required s much of him as King Fox
was asted to do and did well.
It is true tbat the Hngjin colt
was f ntunate in getting oil well and
never bsing hampered in anv way bv
the fie'd of fourteen which r;n against
rim. lis promptly took the track.
setting a pace which he kept up with-
nni eiacnenmg Of laiter.nu to ttie end.
but which ws so fast that it got all
that tried to race with him into serious
troublp. Connemera alone showd
speed that could approach Kinir Fox's.
Sne came up the home stretch even a
Ltt'e faster tban be did, but as she
had been unlucky at the start, lia 1
not been able to get through the
crowd cn the lower turn and bed to
go tj tbe extrerre on'side in oming
into the Lomeelrctch, ehe bad too
much ground to o ake np when tbe
pa hwds cler. But she outran all
but King Fox in a manner that
proved her sterling merit. The co.t
bea1; I cr by a length.
King Fox is a big colt cf enormous
b me and muecle, big enough for a well
developed three year old. He hits re
markable speed and is built ti cany
weight. By King Ban-Maudn Hamp
ton, he is a brother of Ban Fox, and
Mr. Huggin snowed his appreciation
cf the mare that had foaled two such
celts by paying $10,000 for her some
months g King Fox's brilliaut vic
tory over Kingston on Saturday made
him a Btrong favorite at 2 to 1 in a
field of fifteen. It is understood that
tbe llsgginputy wonlargesums in
bets in addition to tbe 900O which the
et- kes and added nnney for first horse
gave the s'ao'e.
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toapaai; AIoiistaim City, of Cbattanoosa, 'l.nn.
WILL b ei.!ied Jan. lit. This noted
watering-place U .ituat.d til nilM
rrom iRtna Furnace, on th. Maahpille and
TancalcKxa railroad, in Uickinan county
Tenn. liaok will meet all traini at lna
and will oonrey gnetU to nirinai at a very
Itoard, t'M Per Maalh I Per Day.
hnerlltl Main Is fainlllM
We Invite all wbo with to spend the moti
pieajant aoaion of their Uvea to eoui. to
UeAveruain. emieriall neekfrl ol itlnwritira
and health. Good water and pure air in
HI IMH.tSTOH BK(M.,
LtTerymen, CentreTille, Tena.
K. A. DBAN, j'ruii'r (Jootrerille Uolel.
fKANn HOTI.L, ALI'M aPRIMjrs
Irginia mountain. Piotnreaque lurronnd
lngi,.iteniiv. and beautilail? nhaded lawn.
a, eleptrio belle, and all modern improve
nienta. Two dully m -III. poit, telegraiili and
eipreje oflloei on the premiiea. Table the
very next. Lniurlnn.lv r.,rni.KAi .....
uierh band of muiio. Hend fvr illu'tratej
pauipniet. t'bariea moderate. Open lor
Itorn, June 15th. H'.ii.r.- aImw,. l k..l.,h.n
and trrr,iimf. R. T. W 1 1,J SilN.MnnV.
Anions: the Northorn I.ftLcf.
of Wlaconiln, Minnetota and Iowa, are haa
dredi of dehghtlul plaoea where one ean rail
the ummer uiontht in quiet ret and enjoy,
m.nt, and return borne at the end of the
Miiui uuuiiiioiejy rejuvenated. Kaon
reourrint- leanin bring! to Ooonomowoe,
vm "r,l)m, l'rontenao, Oko-
boji, Mitmetouke, White Bear, and Innn.
merable other nharming localitlea with ro
mantio nainea, thou.
ae winter homea at
and Dixon'a line
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
. 39 Uuiou St., Memphis, Tenn.
J, X. TAReUSOK.
0. 0. HUH.
R. A. PARKER.
J. T. FARGA
I. l. woodso;
Wholesale Grocers & Mltm Factor,
ssv jrrniat Strset, SXexapIiLe, Tenu.
litei eenilgned te u will hay oar eareful attention. We carry at all Umai a ireU
eleoted Hook ol
Stspfs & Fancy Grocorios, Wines. Llquorsjob&cso & Clcin
HOW lilt K,
Forty Years a Sufferer from
3 8i ti S!.!!!
W. T IMH lltE. H. V
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
.land HO MntllNon Mt.. x raeiniDblt.. T'is
" FOR FORTY YEARS I hare been a vlo.
tlm to OATAKRU three-fourth" of the time
a turTorer from EXORlJCI.sTINd HAIN8
AOHUUM MY KOHKUEAI) AND MY N(IH.
TR1L8. The diaohargea were io orTentire
that I hesitate to mention it, except lor the
gooa ii may ao lorn, oiner iunerer. 1 nave
apent a yonng fortune from my earning!
during my forty years of untferlng to obtain
relief Irora the dootori. I have tried patent
meaiotnea every one 1 ton 1 learn or trom
tue tuur ooriiorn ui mo vitriri. wun nu reiiei.
And AT LAST (57 yean at age) have met
with a remedy that haa enreil me entir.lv
maue me a new man. i wrigneu izh pounui,
and now weiarh 146. I naed thirtAan hottl.a
ot tne meiiioioe, ana the only regret 1 nave
ia, that being in the humble walki of lite I
may not have influenoe to prevail on all oa
tarrh garTerera to nee what haa aured me
Oniuti's Pioneer ICIond Renewer
"No. 267 Seaond itniet, Maoon.ua.1
Mr. fienry Cn.v.a. th. writer nf the
above, formerly of Crawford essnty, now of
Maoon, (la., merit the eonndonre of all in-
terented tn oatarrh. w. A. Il'-rr,
" Ki-Mayor of Maoon."
FLESH PROOUClR & TONIC
Gnlnn'8 Pioneer lllootl Kenonor.
Cures all Blood and Bhin Disoaaes. Rheuma
tism, Sorolula, Old Borei. A perfeot tipring
II not in yonr market, it will be forwarded
on receipt of price, bmall bottles, tl, large,
Essay on Blood and Skin Diseaeea mailed
uaion i:hiciui; '-wpant.
A. YAOCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Not. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
LIVERM0RE FOUNDRY AND MACHlNt COFflPAftY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPT.! (JO to 174 A tin ins St.. Memphis
whose winter homes are on either side of Ma.
bieganoe and cotn-
It. Ann vk.lilH .k.
tuined. A list ol summer homes, with all
neoeesary Informa ion pertaining thereto, is
being distributed by the Cmicio, Mii.wao-
Kia AND H-p. Paul Railway, .ml fll L.....A
free unon anniio&tii n l,v Utinr in A v
Oarpeuter, (j.naral Paasetger Agent. Mi
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The excelten
of the outline, and accommodations char
acteristic of this hotel during the past three
tears, shall be fully maintained this season,
lonrsion ticket, io the Nirn lvlk. i.
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, to ornoi.eil im flr.t train
rucroeding arrival in Louisville.
T. (ItAINT, I'rei't. .1. t'. KINd.Hnn'r.
D. I). IS'. .TOIJXSOaN'S
No. 17 Jefferson street.
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
I Established In I860.
DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all par
ties Interested aa bv fur the nni.it bum.
eesalul physician in thetreaiuientof private
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent curei
uaranteod tn every ohho. uiule or fen ale.
leoent cases f (Jolliirrlina anil Kvittliia
cured in a f w days without thu ua ui uier
curv, change of diet or hindrance trom
business. hccomUry Syr-hills, the last ves
tige ernilicnted witbo'iltlie use of mercury.
Involnnsnry loss of i-emcn stopped in snort a
timo. batterers from imnotnocv ui Im.h of
sexual p wen restore to free vigor in u Frv
weeks. Victims ot sell-Hlmae anil ci.-.i-.-lvn
venery. suflurlne fooi siinrmaturrlLi. ao.I
lossof physical and iiiontiil nowcr, p. tiily
and peruiiuieiitly cured. I'nrl culur iilu-n
tlon paid to the IHaenaos i-f Wumrn, in.d
ocres gunranttcd. l'i'cs and oM sores cuied
without the use of caustic or the knife. All
oonsultat'orif strictly omfidonlinl, Mrdi
ctnes sent by ei press to all parts uf the
erWorkincmen enred at half the usual
rntna. t fllc. hours Irnui 8 o'clock a.m.
U. H. JOHNSON, M.O.
Irea and a.mma,
CaatlDKa, C'i' ,
saw.-, tf' l '- .! ' " 3 - ...
Maw-llllle, f , 'fleriL ."5if ,'"t, "T'll'V ' ' '
s: . ' ' iromc..r;-Aa iiv'.vLr : r io.
ti1-': .... i.i'!;r r ar i iinnivir i
IKON & RAILWAY SUrrLY DEP'T, 22 and 228 Second Ht
(Successors in this lorartment tn JOHN M AN0QUS.)
swWrlte ns for Information on ANY Till Nil In cither line.
Curo Di-eaaes of
DR. 6. LIcLANE'S
BE SUKB YOU OKT TUE OENUIIf 8. Tk
Counterfeits are made In Ht. Louis, Mo.
Electric Belt Free
TO introduce it and obtain agents we wll
for the next sixty days give away, free
of charge, in each county in the II. H. a lim
ited number of our lirrnmn e.lentro !!
vmiiio Niii-nry lieltsi. priCe Vt;
fiositive and unfnilinp cure for Kervous l)e
lilitv. Varicocele, Jtmirsicci, lnpotency,
etc. iVKi.tm Haaari paid ii every Kelt we
niaTiuiaotare dees lot irrnarate a gsnoint
sloctrio carr?nt. Address at onoe LKC
TKIO Hi.Lt AfiitKOY. K O. Box 179.
ilrooklyn. N. Y-
Horccs, CattSe, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, roULTBY.
In nno for over 20 yon in ly FarnicrSg
btociiuruuuors, Uortjo K. k., vo.
Usee! by U. 3. Covommont.
n STABLE CHART
Mounted on Rollers A Book Mailed Free.
Iluruphreva'Sfed. Co., 109 Fulton St., N.T.
ISI SPECIFIC No. ii
m umj ynnni. rne only nnref wsin rrnnnaj ior
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
xiitl ProMtmtion, from owr-work or otlior cun.
$1 pfr Vint or 6 vinln unrl larRt vinl pnwilcr, ir f&.
Sold ht URCiMviH-ni, nrannt ifixtiuinl 0.1 rscviptof
price. uuikrrii' BcdiclB t., u t utiun n.f n.
' CH I DM EST K K'N KNCl-ISH "
The Orlirlaal and Itul7 Goaalne.
Bale and always Reliable. Bewared won la.
--imitations. Indisiiensthle to . '!",
A -ei your IsrnKKl.t ior " fcCchawter'.
Knitli "and take no other, or inoloae it
(Stamps) to us lor particulars lgLXTTiany
rxturn mall, Mi PAPKii. Hal.
rheeter 4 tiemlral .,
li.tl IrDMllaon Dqnarf, Plillndn., ',
aTBAI.K supplied by OIO. C.ttoODWIS
aranlal 4antst. seHaie
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Yefobj Specifics Cotton Factors and Wholesale Brocers
80G-S03 Front St., Mcmpldw, Teixn.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission IHerchante,
Ho. HO Dontli ZXaln Pit.. St. Tiila.
Orrtni Mkuphib Has LtnnT CoviriHT, 1
Mkiipihh. Tkmm. I
BY order of the Board ot Mreotori of the
Metnlihl. (lu. Liiiht Onmoanv. m.ilai
July 5, llvUI, a meeting oi the itoo holders e,.
said oomiiany was called to he held on Moa.
day,Uotober4, lNtr), at tbe oftloeof tbe com
pany, In Memphis, at 12 m., to consider and
act upon a contract made by the Board ol
Ulreotori with Taxing 1) strict ol t-hib
oounty, a copy nf which eontraor. has beet
sent by mail to each stockholder, lo lurihet
nuriuanoe of said order of the Hoard, notice,
ol talJ meeting Is hereby given to the stock
holders ol said company, and they are earn
estly reiiutsted to he present, or send pruxiee
with their Instructions as to the voting or
th.lr stock upon this proposition to accept
or rejeot said oontruct.
Secretary nf Vemiihia J.a Liaht Co.
i September I, lWt.
PURSUANT to an execution Issued Au
gust t, 1HH0, from tha Hupreiue Court nf
Tennessee, on Judgment rendered I V -aid
Court. June lH.lcNii, in favor of J. L. I'l'per
son agninst W, H llalhr a'h and J. M.
Fowlkea, comprising the nrrn or W. II. (lal
Sreath A Co., lor one thousand and aiilry
nine dollaia aud elahty-flva o nts (IKISti ."!.
1 will on
Kal unlay. October a. IHHn.
In front ol the ( nurtbnuae do r, In Shelby
oountv, 'leun.. sell to the higheit bill 1. r tor
caah the following doiaribcd tract of land ia
ihe Taxing District of bhlby county, lo
helhy county, Ii-tm., to-witi Keginnii g at
point on the south line ol Union street,
Ik feet east of a four it) foot alley: thence
east on and with south line of Union street
M'i feet to a stake; thence southwardly, at
right ansio with Union street, lWi foot to an
alloyt tlienco with said alley westwardly
'M'i tee to a itukei thence on a line per
pendicular to Union street northwanily 1M8
teet to tbe point of beginning, being a:ime
lot conveyed bv W. 11. tiuliircilli to A. Vn
curo by doed registered in MheHiy county,
Tenn., in book lot), page ll'7, and pame lining
theeart hall of lot oniivored by K. I.mo ti
M. L. Meanhnm end W. 11. Hiillueuts, by
deed tn book HI, page lilt, of the Itegiatnr'fl
cilice ot siil oonnty. Lovied on as the p'op
ertyof W. B. Uallircalh to snti'ly said ex
ecution. W. 1). CANNdN, Hhcrifi.
HyJdRK .l.yAaiiN. Deputy hherin.
Voston A I'oaton, Attorneys.
WEAK. UNDEVELOPED PARTS
T!!R I1IMAN I!'
IM 1. 1 ,1 1 1-1 r
111 l-MIMMI, 1 I
I. -or .-1 - .li-'l .
.. 1 r
1MIATT GIN 0.
Manulaeturer't Agentf for
Dnulel Fruit Voiton tilum,
MSIILKY, SMITH eft COM
Pratt Kcllpee Holler Oloa, Peed
ere aatl Wiaa ttesialrers,
08 to 104 Poplar Ht., Mompbfi
vPratt Revolving-Head 01ns one
qualed. btook now complete. Prices
reduced. Correapondong. ana onlen
olioited. Old (fins Repaired In First
la lird . All work guaranteed.
v iifiuniin i
Vtptniv perfect eubstitate tor Mother
mm. luvwuani. in
A pr..digmteil rood for DyO1
peptloa, Conaumptlvee, Convaleecenta
l-.rroot Dutrtoot in all WnitlnK Plaeaaea.
Keqxlr.. no cooking. Our Bk. The Care
and Feedlna of IcfAnt.. Dualled rr...
DOUBBU. OOOIIALB a C(.. Bnton. Kaea.
ire worth JrOardioe
FOHtlOL for l oung I.alies end MttleOirlfl.
.Mrs. II. F. LKKbllVKK, 1'rincipal,
KrHiikllu ftireet, ItHltlnorr. Md. Th.
Vlltli school year will begin on Thursday,
Keisteinbvr 23 ,ltNO.
Ins 1JKLT or H
genn tor ismadeex
pri sly ior the eur
oi jeireneration ot
lb generative or
i-iai-j mils' rostor.
them to bcHthy action. Do nit eonlound
this with Kleotrto Belts tdvertisod to curs
all Ills from head to toe. It is for the ONR
specific purpose, tor circulars giving lull
n form anion, address Ch.cver KlectricBell
Co., 1U3 Wu hlngton street, CUioag ill.
VlUltA RJC 'CELT jn. W'C ?.
:J ron ' yjf misrnke abon this
a ?-;"?iv . f uneot the oi
i',..,Sv'y .Itlrnoos stn
mim a iw v mnmn,
Manufacturer of Alabama Limo,
AND DEALER IS
bt W7m mm ux unirttr ri
x2 rnnwT wro.frBT. Memphis, tfthtw.
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Kits. H utul IO T,JMO KTIIEET. . . MEM lIIIN, TE.
Jlotaia S. Salltwaa.
M. i, t)ia n.
And Ccv.v.izzKn .orcnts,
232 and 234 Frcei St., EcnpMs, feim
BKTWKK9 ADAH HO JEFVKHMOX.
Mr. L , BAG IT d.voUt hli wliole time to the weighing end sale of Ml Oottea atrvtei
ie ear gharge.. OutUn Warehouse. K Washingtoa gtreu
HE All ESTATE.
No. 5'51, It. D. Chancery Court of tVhelll
county. btate ol lennessee vs. burst
Morrison at al.
Bi virtue of an InterWntory decree fcf
sale entered in tbe above cause on the
Hth day ol Deo.mber, 1HSA, M. B. rVi, page
1121, 1 will sell at publlcauction, to the high
est blddor, In front of the I'lerk nod Mas
ter a ortlce, oourthnuse ol chelby ci unty,
Memphis, Tennessee, on
NMtiirtlftj, Nepti in ber tin, ISSiB,
within lecal hon'f, the following deacrlhid
property, situated in t'helby county, Tel
N. lot 5t. fronting W, fset on the east
aide ol Chickasaw street liy a depth i f
Iset, sold lot being 7 t'-i teet south of Win
cheater street. Ho d aa property of the uu
km wn ) eirs of J. A. I) kett.
Part nf country lot. S, fronting V fret on
the north lids of .notion street, by a dpth
of WVt feot. B.-ld as property ut Uaraji Mor
rison nnd others.
Lot 17H, trontlng SP-fj fest on the est alile
of Main street, by Ri'i feot deep, T4'4 teet
nrrth of Auction streot.
Terms ol Wale On a credit of six months,
note bonring Interest, with socuri-y, re
quired; lieu retuiuod; redemritmu barred.
This l-7th d iv of August, lrttii,
1. McDOWKLL, Olerk and Vaster.
Tt. F. Coleman, Deputy C. nnd.U.
Y. II. A C. W. Ileiskell. solicitors.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire, Wind, Water and t lltlUiiliia;
uriior Suitiiblo turall kinds uf binl ilm-A.
1'or prices and estimates at fuctory ri tes,
oall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD MP'd Ut).,
k M0 Mais St., and 21 A . ) Mulberry St.,
lloadinarters tor Iron Kenors and C-eetir. ,
(ialvaniisdlron Cornice.Tin ltcut's AStovos.