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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBEli 22, 18SG.
FROM ACROSS THE SEA.
THE OFFICERS EXGiGf.D IX THE
Condemned to Death The Sitaation
ia Bulgaria Sot Sa'.itfitetory
to Itusla Xotes.
Lokdo.v, Serternbtr 21. Mr. G!cd
s'one publishes a letter axnin den; ins
the persistently repeated report that
he is about to join the Catholic chnrch
He (aye: "Tae Bta'.ement that I in
tend to become a Roman Cathol'c is a
ravivalofa. iriserable laUebood, re
produced from tine to time without a
shadow of evidence for batis, and is
unworthy of nr.t:ee mtil it assumed a
character very different from a merely
Arrested on a i'hnrffe of Forgery
Dinus, September 21. Patrick
Faye, a brotuer of CharlfB Joseph
Favp, ho was a member of Parlia
ment for Couiit? Cavjn for the
eleven vears mecedirsr the laet year.
and at present a magistrate for Dublin
county, nns Dean arreted in mis city
cn a coarge ot iorgry.
The Bpauiah Bo volt.
Madrid, September 21. All cf tbe
ennera implicated in yesterday's at
tempt at revolution have bsnn con
demned to death. A baud of rebels
at Osani), in the province cf Toledo,
killed their commanding officer and
then returned to allegiance and prayed
for mercy. The common soldiers who
took pare in tbe uprieinii generally
repent their folly today and blame
their officers for leading them est ray
The soldiers are everywhere yielding
to the authorities. In the province
of Toledo two bands of rebel?, how-
ever, s'lll hold out. They are trying
to reach tbe uwauarraman mountains
. and a force of loyal troops rai been
sent in pursuit of them. The city is
Mot Polltleol, but Financial.
Paris, Eep'ember 21. The Gaulois
publishes cn interview with tenor
Marios. President of tbe Spanish Con
grets, in which he says tbat Sunday
night's revolt was net political, but
purely financial,inep;red and fomented
Dj a oouibb rpecniaior.
The Beeent t'onp d Etat.
Sofia, 6ep!emter 21. The comrxit
tes appointed to examine into and re
port upon the cirenmetances of the re
cent coup d'etat have concluded their
invectightions. They pronounce M.
Karavecff, Nikoforoff and Zinkoff
jointly criminally responsible for the
anair, and recommend that all three
be suspended from parliamentary im
munity. The Sobranje at its next
meeting will decide what further
Eteps, if any, shall betaken againtt the
three declared conspira'ors.
I'nfaiorable Nifrns for tbe Future.
St. PeTERf hubq, September 21. The
Journal de St. l'eter,burg siys: The
news from Bulgaria ii in no wise
satisfactory. It would have been bet
ter by far, if possible, to have ignored
the past. Every day products un
timely manifestations. It is notably
tbe intention of tbe Bulgarian Gov
ernment to couit martial the actors in
tbe receit events. Suih indications
donotpo Bcsj favorable signs for the
Toe Cane or Ion Perdlcarie.
Tasoikr, September 21. The diplo
matic corps here have held several
meetings to discues the case of Ion
Perdicaris, a resident American citi
zen, who has been imprisoned by the
American Consul, F. Matthews. Mr.
Perdicaris alleges that his imprison
ment is without just cause and was
ordered in revenge for anoffiiinl in
veetigat'on of the Consulate brought
about by his charges against it.
London, September 21. Mr. Glad
stone will leave London and return to
his home at II a war den tomorrow.
Rome, September 21. Cardinal Ja
cobini, papal Secretary of State, who
has been critically ill for several days,
is no better.
Amstkbdam, September 21. Geel,
the socialist, has been condemned to
eight years' imprisonment for shoot
ing Police Commiesaiy Storck.
KDRR'S DOUBLE DEiLIXfc)
In tbe Presidential Election in 1801
Coming- to Light.
Kondout, N. Y., Santember 21
Ice freeman will publish tonight the
contents of a bundle of letters from
Aaron Burr to Peter von Gaasbeck
of New York, that were found by 0,
P. Carter, in KiDgston, yesterday
Political scheming is disclosed. One
of the letters throws light upon the
notable contest for the Presidency be
tween Burr and Jeffeison. in 1801
when the matter of choice was tkrown
into the House of Renre'entatlvee.
Burr claimed, after Jefferson had been
cnoeen President, that if he (Burr)
had had an equal number of votes
with Jefferson he would have utterly
disclaimed all competition, as he had
no desire to be instrumental in coun
teracting the wishes and expectations
ui me people oi ine united States,
lhose sentiments were for the public
Un tbe other side, it appears from
letter, npon the back of which was
written "Private Instructions," that
secretly ce Had other designs. Peter
von Gaasbeck was a politician of con
sulerable influence, aod a member of
Congress. With "Private Instruc
tions" was found a paper containing a
sort of cipher, by which the letters of
me atpnabet were to be used to indi
cate certain names. Burr adds to one
of his letters: ' Speak of yourself in
the third person when you wish it to
un uuiicvaiea mat you are tbe person
THE UTAH COMMISSION'
in Nceeion at 'alcao-Prepai Ins
i lie Annual Keport.
Chicago, September 21. The Utah
Commission, selected under the pro
vision of tbe Edmunds law in 18S2,
bexran a cession here this forenoon.
The object is to prepare the annual re
port lor the year past to present to the
President by October 1st. The spe
cific duty of this commission Is to con
duct all elections in Utah, including
the appointment of registiation offi
cers aod a Board of Canvasser?. It
takes in the city and town elections
as well at the county and Territory.
Mr. Carlton, the chairman, states that
the Edmunds law, so far ad it has
been effective, is doing away with il
legal voting, the law prohibiting a
polygamiet orone who indulged in un
lawful cohabitation to vote, and that
the courts of justice duiing the past
e'ghtoen months had convicted 10J
offender. In thia tense, he said, the
law was a success; but how far it fcas
made the Mormon give up his creed
is another question.
About to Consolidate.
riTTsiiCBO, Pa., September 21. A
quiet movement is said to be on foot
to ccnro'idnta tbe Amalgamated Atso-
(Mtioa of Mfe'S and Mine Laborer
i'h the Ka'ional Federation of
Miners, which is also a branch of the
Kn;gbts of Labor. S ate Prtsident
Harris and A. Cestello, of the Amal
pamated Association, attended th re
ceBt convention of the National Fed
eration of Miners at Indianapolis, and
have returnee to thm city with a prop-
otition for consolidation which they
will present to the various lodges of
their organization within the next two
or t'iree weeks. Th9 proposition is le
satu?d lavorablv by trio? cnntlemen
and it Is thought it will c Is j meet the
approval ot a majority ot the lodges,
THE MEN OF NEW YORK
Are Khuping- tbe I'fallBiea or tbe
Metropolis of tbe lulled states
New York le'tsr to the Philadelphia
Timet: Stnd for ten minutes on
Broadway todav and watch the rum
pled river of humanity tush alorg in
tbe snnlicrht. lnere sons a middle-
aged, swarthy man, who stridts along
with a quicK, swinging ttep; brows
knitted in bunches, hands half
clenched, dark eyes bent on th
ground. It is Cornelius Vanderbilt,
the richest man in the world. Not
one in ten tboosand of the moving
multitude knows him. There ia
rumor in ihe crisp air today that Mr,
Vanderbilt is likely to be a bidder for
the Brotdwar railway fraccbise when
it is put up at auc.ion. The only
thite that th Fouith avenue line
needs is tbe track on Brcalway
mate it tbe most perfect and naott
valuable horse railway in the world,
The directors of the Vanderbilt i ys
tern have al'eady dkcuentd the mat
ter quite unofficially, but tbe two Van
derbilt brothers have not yet been
They could afford to bid higher ttai
any ot tneir compeutirp, ior not oniy
can they show S10.000.0CO to anybody
elee's one, but the Vanderbilt horse
aid Bttam railway constructions
would give it a greater va ue than
would any other possible arrangement,
Imagine tbe richest msn in the
world controlling the richest thorough
fare in the world I Think of Cornelius
Vanderbilt as the successor of Jaks
Sharp 1 One a thick necked, vulvar
and grasping lobbyist, contemptuous
alike of puouc opinion and pub ic
honor: the o'.her a klty mincel phil
anthropic gentleman, full of patdotism
enternriee. enerev and honesty, who
would scorn to connive t the purchase
of official conscience. If the compe
tition is fair and there are no public
servaLts to be nought it ts cot rash to
say that the Vanderbilts will take a
haclt at tne Broadway pie.
Here c;mes a tsill, law boned man
with rosy ftatareB and a great y smile,
He soMy rubs his palms toge'hpr as
he springs from foot to foot. It is
Lawson Never-get-left Fuller, a crcs
between Demosthenes and f. T. I5ir-
num, tbe man who intends to devote
the rest of bis life to tbe rrMect of
building a gridiron of cable railways
all over New York.
See Bob Ingereolls ruddy counte
nance bobbing np and down in tne
crowd. Tbe old man is setting very
fat and the use of lion rimmed eprc-
tacles is not an improvement. A liitle
bird with a 40 cent breath and an in
extinguithtble passion to become a
commissioner of tomelhing or other
tells me that lngereoll is now prapar
ing a lecture on Shakespeare, to be de
livered this winter.
That eprigbtly, well-rot gent eman
who crosses at the postoffice. and
strokes his snowy b sard as heBmiles
at a passing friend, is Charles A. Dana,
it you should loot in nis net ten to
one you would find pasted in the
crown of it "Tarn the resells out
If you look over there where John
L. Sullivan stant's arguing with Joa
Coburn on the steps of the Astor
Howe, you will see the man who is
mac aging the idiotic boom for Henry
George as mayor. What a pity that
Buch an able man as Henry t;o'ga
should allow bimseli to befaciificed by
tbe hordo of ignorant ingraUs who call
themselves workingmen. The labor
vote of New York is a mytb. Honest
able and unselfish men have allowcc
themselves before now to be tricked
into accepting a nomination at the
hands of what looked like 50,000 work
ingmen. Ihey have thrown all other
considerations to the winds and have
boldly stepped to the front as advocates
ot the labor camo. (Jn election day
they were invariably desalted and dio
grased. I don't care how strong a man
may be, if he is fcol enough to accept
a nomination on the labor ticket he
will cOme out of the experience with
a t tint of anarchism or socialism upoD
his name. Ingratitude, thy name is
the labor votel
Warebonve Caved In.
Chicago, III, September 21. The
fonr story importer's warehouse of Wal
lace.Wakem &Co.,sitaated near North
Clark street crossing of the North
western railway tracks, collapsed early
yesterday morning. The north
wall Seems to have been inade
quate to the strain, and bulged
out until eepa'Hted from the joists
below and roof trusses above, when
it fell, carrying portion of the
roofing with it. , The fourth floor at
once gave way and crashed through
each succeeding floor bslow. The in
tetior of tbe building is a total wreck
to all appearances. The damage to
storage, which must bs great, has not
yet been estimated. The budding cost
over20,000. The contents were val
ued at over $10,000,000, consisting
principally of tea, coffee and sugar.
The Suspended Nan Francisco
Nkw York, September 21. Judge
Donohue, of the Supreme Court, has
granted two more attachments against
the property in this State of J. Bium
& Co., the suspended 6an Francitco
clothiers. One was obtained by Geo.
W. Page, assignee of the National
Park 1! ink, upon a claim of $11 353, on
money loaned, which was due in Jane
last. The other was granted in a suit
brought by the Bank of California.
through their agents in this city, Lud
low 4 Co., to recover 125,000, the value
of two bills of exchange made by
Baum & Co. during tbe last montb.
which was taken by the 'bank, nav-
ment of which was refused whn nr-
tented for acceptance.
The Cholera in Italy.
Rom a, September 21. Dunn the
twenty-four hours ending veaterdav
thirteen deaths from cholera were re
ported throughout all Italy. During
the same period thirty-five new cases
of the disease were reported.
In the Hear Old Days.
We differ in creed and politi. but
we are a unit all the euie on the de
sirableness of a fine head of hair. If
yon mourn the loss of thin blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Baleam will make you
look as you did in the doar old dsvn.
It is worth trying. The only standard
50 cents article for the hair.
IHE WES r.
The C'pyrtght Law-Cost or the
Star Route Service-General
Washington, September 21. Gen.
B ack, Commissioner rf Tersions, left
here tonight for the West on public
bus'nese. While absent he will visit
the Soldiers' Homes at Dayton, Mil
waukee and L?avenwotth. He will
slro vis't and inspect several of the
Weftern pension agencies.
Since the beginning cf the issue of
thfl combined ltt'eri elwt and en
velopes, one mo'.ta ago, 2,000,000 of
te sheets t ava been sent out to po.t
cflices. Tbe Treasury Depart met t las issued
a circular to customs officers in regard
to tbe importation . of books copy
righted in tbe United States, which
prescribes as follows:
In order that owners ot works copy
righted in tbe United Slates, and sub
ject to foifciture, not only to the
United States, but to such owners,
may avail themselves of the protectiou
of tneir tights given by the law, they
must file wit o collectors of customs
duly authenticated certificates of such
ownership. On importation of any
dooif, wnemer ov man or otnerwire,
which are covered by any sicb certiti
CJte and the importition of which
not consented to by the owner cf the
copyright, to the end that tho lat er
may take the steps necessary for the
loileiture to mm, books covered I
such certificates will not be admitted
to an entry on behalf of the imnoiter,
but it will bs the duty cf tbe collector
to n quest the District Attorney to in
tervene for tbe dutiis in any proceed
leg which may be inst tuted fortbei
forfeiture. Decision No. 7054, of the
26th of July Jat, is hereby revoked bo
ur as it declares importations of bo it
in violation of American copyrights
not ioneitaDie unuer tne customs
Tbe Removed Judge of Alaska.
Washington, September 21. Ju.-i
b fore the adjournment of Congress
the Senate Judiciary Committee made
a report, wbtcn wea adopted by tbe
Hecate, in tne caseot ward McA listo
jr , who was removed from the rilice
of Judge of Alaska by tbe Picsident,
After a full investigation the commit
tee fonnd that the Judga had always
rean a laitniui ana eitieient officer
that there was nothing in the case cal
culated to plare diccredit upon him,
either as an official or a man, and that
the remcval was for political reasons
only, it wts tbemtention of the com
mittee to have removed the injunction
of secrecy from the report, but in the
hurry of the clcsirg hours of the ses
sion this was forgottan, and the facts
have only just como to light.
Coat of tbe Star Route Service,
Washington, September 21. Fig-
nres compiled in tbe office of the
Second Assistant Postmaster General
show that the cost of the Star Route
service during the last fiscal vear was
$5,414,804, a decrease of $02,(123, or
1.07 per cent, as compared with the
preceding nsrai year. The steamboat
service was also reduced in erst during
the year from $563,002 to $440,419, or
a ntue over zu per cent.
Postmaster at Ylehsbnra;.
Wbhinoton.' Senttmber '21. The
President has issued a commission to
Wm. Groome to be postmaster at
Receipts from Customs.
Washington, September 21. The
rereipts from customs at New York
duriDg the ten days ended September
2Cth were $8 885,000. of which 6 Der
cent, was in gold, 3 per coot in silver
coin, e&.y per cent, in gold certificates.
68.4 per cent, in silver certificates, and
24 o nor cent, in United States notes.
This shows an increase in the use of
gold certificates, and a decrerss in the
ue of United Slates notes in payment
oi customs aues,
We Caution All Against Them.
The nnnrocedonted success and morit
cf Kly'a Cream Balm a real euro for
catarrh, bay fever and cold in the
head has induced many adventurers
to place catarrh medicines bearine?
some resemoiance in appearance, style
or name upon the market, in order to
trado upon the reputation of Ely's
Cream Balm. Don't be deceived. Buy
oniy jmv s ureara jinm. fllanv in
your immediate locality will ttstify in
highest commendation of it. A par
t ele is applied into each nostril; no
pain ; agreeaoie to use. i'rica 50c.
Scrofulous, Inherited and Con
with Loai of Bair, QUndular Bwsllinri, Ul
atroai Pstahsi In the Throat and Mouth, Ab-
eceaiea, Tumori.Carbunoles, Blotohaa, Sores,
Scurry. Waatinr of the Kidneys and Uri
nary Oreana, Dropar, Enicmia, Debility,
Chronic Rheumatiim, Conatlpatlon and
Filea, and moat diaeaaea arising from aa Im
pure or Impoverished Condition of tht Blood,
are apeedily oured by the Cctiouba Risol
tint, the new Blood Purifier, Internally, n
aiated by Cuticusa, the treat Skin Cure, and
Cutioura Soap, an exqulalte Skin Boautifier,
Jamea E. Rlohtrdaon. Cuitom Houae. Nw
Orleans, on oath, aara: "In 1MT0 Hnrofuloui
Ulcera broke out on my body until I waa a
maaa or corruption, ivemhinir known to
the medical faculty wm tried In vain. I be
came a mere wreoa. At itmea could not lift
my handa to mr head, eould not turn In bed :
waa In conatant pain, and looked upon life
. a enrae. no renni or cure in ten yeira.
n 1B80 I heard of the Cutioura Rimmn.
uaeu iDem, ana waa perieouy curea."
Bworn to before U.o. uom. J.D.UBAwroRD.
E or THE WOBMT CASE9.
We hare been aellina your Cdticura Rim-
dikb for yeara. and bave the Drat coniatnt
yet to receive from a purchuer. One of the
worst caaea of Scrofula I erer aaw waa cured
by the use of Ave bottles Cuticura Resolvent.
Cutioura, and Cutlcura Soap. The Soap
takes the "oake" bere aa a medicinal aoap.
XAiLUK ft TA x 1.0ft, Druggists,
rm sold everywhere. Prloei CtTTTrrai.KO
ets.t Ci'TK-URA Soir, 5 cla. i Cuticura Ri-
kji.ust, $1.0". Prepared bar Pott I Ukuo
andCurhicalCo., Boston, Mass.
Bend for"How to Cnre Nkln Diaeaaea."
DIMPLES, Blackhead. Skin Blemlshea
' "' and Baby Humnrs.ufio (JuTicuim Bor.
And that weary, lifeloaa, all (tone
sensation erer present with those
of inflamed klilnep, weak back
and loin, aching bi tie and siilna.
overworked or worn out by disease, debility
or clissipntion, aro relieved In one inlaate
end speedily furei by tlie unburn Auil
I'nlil flMsler, a new. originnl, elegant
and infallible antidote to pain and inlUm
mation. At all druvit, 2 Ave for II 0O
or ot I'olter limit t o., Itniion,
Fdzpworlli JJoarJiDR and Dav
PCUUOL for Young Ladief and kittle UlrlH.
Mrs. II. P. LKFKHVKK, Pr 'ncipal, ro. r
t'ritnklln Ntreel, Mulllmore, Mil, The
until scbool year will begin cn Thursday,
ftrirtrinbr-r S ,16.
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Aycr'a Hair Vigor keeps tho lmir soft
and pliant, imparts to it tlio lustre and
freshness of youth, causes ic to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all acalp diseases, and is the must cleanly
of all hair preparations
AVPR'Q iralr Vigor bns Civen me
n I i-'i v perfect satisiuetidii. I waa
nearly bald for six years, iluriiu; which
time I useil many lmir preparations, hut
without auccess. Indeed, what little
hair I had. wal crowing thinner, until
I tried Ayer's lluir VIk''- I used two
Lotties of tho Vicor, ami my 1
well covered with a new growth of hair.
Jmlson B. Chael, reauoily, Mass
tnnt nns oecomo wenk, crnv.
and failed, may nave new lift
and color restored to it hy the usi of
Ayer'a Hair Vigor. "My liair was thin,
failed, and dry, and fell out in largo
quantities. Avtir's Hair Vigor stopped
the falling, and restored iny hair to its
original color. As a dressing for tins
liair, this preparation has ne eipial.
JUary J. llanmiuiHl, btuiwaier, .Mum.
VlfiflR y011"1' antl beauty, in the
I luUsl) appeal anoe of the lmir, may
be preserved for an indefinite period h'y
the uso of Ayer's Hair Vigor. "A dis
ease of the sculp caused my liair to
como harsh and dry, and to fall oiif.
freely. Nothing I tried seemed v. t' i
any good until 1 commenced i-niiij
Ayer's lfair Vigor. Throe h-mles jj
this preparation restored my liair to a
healthy condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My scalp Is cured, ami it
Is also free from ilnnuruil. .vi
Irs. E. U.
Foss, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
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Perfect safett, prompt action, and
wonderful enrativo properties, easily
place Ayer'a Tills at the head ot tho list
oi popular remedies for Sick and Nerv
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ments originating In a disordered Liver.
I have, been a treat sufferer from
Headache, and Ayer's Cathartic Tills
ore tho only medicine that 1ms ever
given me relief. Olio dose of these Tills
will quickly inovo my bowels, unci freo
my heuil from paiu. William L. Tagu,
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bold by all Dcafera in Medicine.
Forty Tcarg a Snfferer from
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FOR FORTY YRARS I have been a Tin.
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a sufferer from EXOKUClATINe) PAINS
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TRILS. The diaohargea were ao offensive
that I hesitate to mention it, except lor the
good it may do some other sufferer. I hare
aient a young fortune from ruy earninga
during my forty yeara of suffering to obtain
relief from the doctors. I hare tried patent
medicines every one I eould learn of from
the four corners of the earth, with nn rlif.
And AT LAST (57 years of age) have met
with a remedy that has cured me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 12tt rounds.
and now weigh 14t. I used thirteen bottles
tne medicine, and the nnlv reerat I havi
is, that being In the humble walks of life J
mar not have Influence to nrevall on all ca.
tarrh sufferers to use what baa cured me
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" HENRY CTIKVBS,
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1 Mr. Henrr Chares, tha writer of the
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KK-Mayor of Maoon."
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prw-dlgeatod rood ror Dye
pontics, Consumptive, Convnlescenta
.bud.:. uuLTuini i a ii w it at nor u H SSI.
Biilree no oookln. Cur Bim.S. The Care
and reeding of Infants, oiaiiii true.
It' Dr.H, uuui'ALH
lilZjl rf.'-Mtl.lint Aiw-n-y M'-rs.
lis W. Alf Eft A 60N.ourauiuvrU.d aneur
OF NEW YORK.
Kit II. 4 It I A. '('I'KUY, Prcxldoiit.
The Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the World.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WILKEKSON. Asenr.
Tho Planters Fire ami Marino Insurance Co.
UP M V.H 111 IN.
Otllee la Contpany'a Ilnllillua;. Xo. 41 MnillMnn Nlreet, Hrinpbi, Tvan.
D. T. PORTER, Pre. IJN. KKTOK. Jr., VlrwPrM. I J. H. MSITM. Sec'T
f. II. Ill Mill. A.kUihiiI NverelitrT.
D,R.t 'J?OKN-S H. BROOKS, oi llrook,NeelyOn.: H. L. CoFFtS. of Dil'ard A Coffin :
1. T. PoHTER, of Porter A Macrae; JOHN OVKHTON, J., J. C, MIl.i.8, J. K.
OODW IS, of J. K. Uodwin t Oo. 1 J. M. (It'ODBAH, of Uoodbar A Co.:
J. M I'Uii.l.rp-i iiiuiiu-iii pviii-j '
Cosnsnenrcd Bu.luraa la ls7.
Hwf lllnira raperlally lealred.
Also Bevresenta the SrmxoriaLn Fixe, of c'rringtli-ld, Masa. t Oiomiu Ilom Imdvraxci
It X. FARwASON. 0. 0. HRIH. R. A. PARKER. I. L. W00D80!
J, T. FARGASON i GO.
ICS Front Street,
Oettea eeniltned te will have oar earefnl
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winss, Lf quorsjobaceo & Clean,
XtSff Will tSAll
W. T IHnVDUE.
31 and 30 ITndlson
A. VACOARO & Co
VH0LESA1E LIQUOR DEALERS,
Noi. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
OUNDllY & MACHINE DBP'T, KiOto 171 Adams SU lemphlr
i o 1
et" im-i- "'Miuu"r BlolB,
J 1 IrnfTrtvill ill I f fclrete,
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 22G ami 228 Second St
(Successors In this lepartmentto JvtllN MANOUUE.)
eor-Wrlte n for Information on ANY Till Nil In either line.
DILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOG-SOS Front St.. Memphis, Tenn.
ILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchants,
ZTo. 116 South main St., Ht.
rsa rnoifT BTaFTrr.
i n 1 1 " - i 1
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
SON. H hikI 10 irXION NTIIEET. - MF.MI'IIIN. TEXW.
AT CRAia'S SEED STORE
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
leha a. ajalllTan.
TTliolexalo Qrocera, lton Factors
And Commissicn Merchants, '
232 and ZU Front
I. . IATRIT derates hla aiiole time to the welfhlni and aale of UI Cotton eitnuM
ie oar eharte. .Gotten Warehouse, ife Washini ton streu
l eaws Paul, tlver llnlf a Million.
mr, ot Lnattanoova, ienn.
PRATT GIN CO.
Manufacturer's Agents for
Daniel lrntt Cot Ion Ointt,
SMILEY, SMITH aV CO.,
Pratt Erllpao Hnller Ulna, Feed
era and lu K.-pnlrrra,
08 to 104 1'oplur St., Memphis
aerPratt ReTolvlnn-IIead Ulna nne
quailed, btock now rotnplete. Prices
Old din. Repaired in First
& Mm Factors,
We carry at all times a well
Iaw lit" f awr.
St.. t 9aTcnnii1ilB. To"ii
Boiler I rest
- V t nlii.ltjil.
la a lira . All work nuaranteed.
.ND DEALER IN
BaTk4U Vk a V if 1 M ttJ
mwn FjMW Ma rj )wnm m
1IAIK and FIIIK 1IRICK, EU
... " j ii i.
HIDES, FURS, Etc
I. S. Ola k.
St., Memphis, mi
WILL be opened Jone lat. This noted
waterinir-iilaoe ia situated six milee
from Rtna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman rnnnty
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at iKtna
and will oonrey fueata to sprinis at a T.rf
Boanl, tiO Per Month t l Per Iay;
hierlal Matea lo a-'iiillle.
We invite all who wish to apend the moat
fleaoant sea-on of their lives to come to
leftverdsm, e'r-o.-MaDy seokera of pleasure
and health. Uood water and pure air ia
Ill nnl.KNIO!! BKf.,
I.lveryraen, Centreville, Tenn.
K. A. PEAN, Prop'rCentrerille Hotel.
djK.lKIt lMITf.l,, AI.I M HPKIKUrl.
" Kockbridne Co., Va. High np In tho
Virginia mountains, rictnresciuesurrnund
Inm.eitensiveand beautiluliy shailed lawn.
Uas, electric bells, and all modorn Iniproye
ments. Two daily mnils, post, teleirraih and
eiprejs oBcos ou the premises. Table the
Tery bet. Lujuriou.ly furnished rooms I
aui erb band of mu.io. Send for Illustrated
pamphlet. Chare moderate. Open for vle
itors. June lf.th. W",rr" A' CAnlitsole
and tr.tm,. n. T. t I l.ljlSHN.Mnn'itr.
Among the Northern l.aleu
ot J iseonsin, Mlnnesot and Iowa, are hnn
dreds of delia-httul places where one can paa
the sumtnor months in nuiot re.t and enjoy,
ment, and return home at the end of the
healed term completely rejuvenated. Eaek
recurrlnr season brlnna to Oconomowoe,
VVankesha, Ueaver lam, Frontenac, Oko
bojl, Minnetonka, White Hear, and Innu
merable other eharmina localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best people
whose winter homes arenn either side ot Ma.
aon and Dixon's line. Kleirunoe and com.
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, with all
necessary Informs Ion pertaininc thereto, it
beini distributed by the" Chioauo, Mii.wau
taa and Nt. Paul IUiiM-ay, and will l. .en
free upon apulicatiin liv Icttsr to A. V.
Uenoral Passer aer Axent. Mi
Crab Orclianl Springs,
T INCOLN COUNTY. KY.-Tlie eicellen
J J of the ouhine, ani aocommoiliitions chaf
a terisllcof this hotel cliirinx the iia.il thiee
Tears, shall be fully maintained this season.
Kxcurslon ticket to tho brings Iit the I.,
anil N. Knilaay are good vin Louisville, l.oth
foinit and returning to irocrd on orattraia
ruocee.linj arrival In Louisville.
W T HIUNT. I're.'t .1. O. KTNrt. Run!.
DK. D. S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
VR. JOHNSON isacknowle.liieihralli sr.
.L' ties Interested as hj fur the most sue
oessful physician in the treatnientof private
or secret discuses. Quick, per manent curea
ruarantoed in every case, male or femalo.
Kecenf cases of llonoirhea and Bvphilia
oured in a IVw days without tho use of ur
ctiry, chanee ol diet or hindrance Irom
business, hecondnty Syphilis, the last v
tiire eradicated with-ntthe uko of mercury.
Involunsitry loss of teuton stopped In short a
timo. ISufferera (Voiu Impoiency or l-irs of
aeiual p'wera restore to free visor in a '-w
weeks. Victima of self-ahuse and exersir
Tenery, sulforinir from spermatorrhea nd
lossof physical and mental turner, spoxlily
and permanently cured. Piirt'enlar iitt.-n
tion palii to the li5ea.es of Women, nod
ourns auaranteed. 1'ilcs and old roro cuied
without the use of caustic or the hntl'u. All
oonsultat'ons strictly cot. fldentlal. Mrili
cines sent by esprens to all parts of the
arVlorklnninon enred ot half the usual
rates. I llice bourn from K o'clock a.m. to
o'clock p.m. 1). H. JOHNSON. M.l).
Own Mum-ma (In Lioht Covpakt, I
Mrmimiih. Tknn. I
T)Y order of the Hoard ot Directors of the
Memphis Uas Liaht Company, made
July o, IHHil, a mooting ol the stockholders tl
aid company wn. oallrd to he held nn tins,
day, Uctoher 4, Ix-itl, at the ollii-e of Ih. ooea
pany, in Memphis, at 111 hi., to oonsldor ana
act upon a contract made hy the Board ol
Directors with Taxlni District of Shelbj
oounty, a copy of which contract has beer,
sent by mail lo each stockholder. In lurthet
pursuance of said order of tin Hoard, notice
of said meeting is hereby given to the stock
holders ol said company, and they are earn
estly requested to be present, or send proxiei
wilh their instructions as to tbe vetint of
their stock upon this proposition to accept
or reject said oontraot.
Secretary of Memphis Uas Light Co.
PURSUANT to an execution tsaued Au
gust 6, lHHfl, from the Supreme Court l
Tennessee, on Judgment rendered by said.
Cuurt, June lo. lrtwi, in favor of J. L. Kpper
son against VV. II. Ualiir nth end J. M.
Fowlkea, comprising tho llrui of W. Ii. tlal
Sreath A Co., lor one thousand and eish'y-
Ine dollaia aud eighty-five otnta (tlilntl :),
Nalnnlay. October II, INNS,
In Iront of the Courthouse do r, in Shelby
oounty, Tenn., sell to the hlghe.t bidder lor
cash the following doioribod traot of land la
the Taxing lilitrict of bhilby oounty, In
Shelby oounly, Tenn., to-witt lloginning at
a point on tho south lino ol Union street,
:t4' feet east of a four (4) foot nlley; theme
ea.t on and with south line of Union street
M'i feet to a stake; them-o southwardly, at
rittlit annlos with Union street, ll'S foot to an
alley: thonce with said nlley westwardly
M feet to a stake; thence on a line per
pendicular to Union streot northwardly IVH
(net to the point of boninnlng, being same
lot conveyed by VV. II. Ilallitoth to A. Vne
curo by doud ragislorod in Shelby county,
Tenn., in book 1UI, page Ri7, and same being;
the east half of lot convoyed hy K. Lane to
M. L. Menclnm and VV. II. (lalbToath, by
deed III book 51, page I'.'l. of the Uegister'
olllce ol ssid oounty. Levied on as tho prop
erty of VV. II. Ualbrenth to sati.ty said ex
ecution. W. 1). CANNON. Sheriff.
HyJoliK J. M asun, Deputy Shonff.
Ml UKUEVELOPED PARTS
UK T'ltt I'I'MaN Hutu tstt'i.1', DMn.iM'fi:
jrr'l7i"7t 111 MMl, ): . I -in tnt.-.y-Ui l; q-h-ilhriurg'
H.i ni;i1n,..1f-..,r. 1 o t., i. ) t . i- lU
tin rr- I I lni' rim n ul )i nilnt f w'..-nt I Me. On Ihf ronliof
STaill- HiK .- un''- -j lilt;!' S I''" 1 1"
tT' ' 1 -X .'It -nliii tin I iil? nM -al tl' u I r ( rM li4U . aa;
, ia Mi i.i- a i '"."Y.ihTCn" V - T I.. f.fi.Usr, II.
No. r?1, R. D.-Chancery Court of Shelby
county. State of Tonoessee va. Sunt.
Morrison et al,
BY virtue of an Jntorlccutory decree Ut
aale entered in the above cause on the
8th day ol December, latf, M. II. H), pace
ml, I will sell at publioauctlnn, to the high
est bidder, in Iront of tbe Clerk and Mas
ter's offlce, courthouse ol fcbelby oounty.
Memphis, Tennessee, on
Nnllirtluy, Nciliillrr 3.1, lKWtt,
within legal hon'a, the following descrlMd
property, situated in bhtlby oounty, Tel
N. lothl, Ironllng 21' feet on the east
sldeol Chickasaw street oy a depth of H'-4
Ifot, said lot being 74 teat south of Win
chester street. Sold as properly of the un
known I eirs of J.i. tl-kett.
Hart of oountry lot fiH, fronting 37 feet on
the north tide of Auction street, by a depth
of 14'V toot. Sjld aa property of Saruh Mor
rison and others.
Lot I7H, fronting ST'ij feet on the east side
of Main street, by 14-i'i foot doep, 74'4 loot
noi-th of Auction street.
Terms ol Sale-On a oieilit of six months,
note bearing Interest, with security, re
quired; lien retuined; rodemption barred.
This 17th day of August, lH-iti.
1. MoUUW KuL, Clork ana master.
n. f. c
lem.in. Deputy C. and M.
11. A C W
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
t'lre, WI11.I, Water anil IlKhlnlut;
iror. Suilablo l--r all kind of buildinirs.
For prices and estimates at factory rtca,
Oall on or address
MEMPHIS MKTAL WOOD MF'll CO.,
4:18 A 440 Main St., and 21 A 21 Mulberry at..
MEMPHIS. TKNX. .
Headquarters lor Iron Fences and Creatior,
Ualvuniiedlron Curuiee.Tin lUols A stoves-