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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1SS0.
THE RECORD OF CRIME
was rVad. There wni bont
y i f8si:eer, atari? all of whom
GO. W.CWUITI HORSE,
"CAPITA a. PRIZE. 75,Oa -m
Tllcketa aaly 911. Nharea la praaror
llaa. w re m jrt or l b t uit.
1XD DISASTr B IS VARIOUS PlttTS
OF THE COUSTKY.
Tragedies and Accident g of a Day as
FornUbcd bj the Electric
PAOLA. Kab.. Pmtemher 28 J.
"Utley, a batch lor (aimer living in Oa-
waiomre tuwnahip, ce r tlis iranic-
lia C3Ui:ty line, aged about 65 years.
nhile in big field Saturday between 9
and 11 o'clock in the mm nine, pulling
Coin, was aecoeivd bv two masked men
with pointed revolvers, demanding bis
surreudtr and the lidirg place ot bis
money. The old gmt eman reiusea
to aurrtnder end tell where bis rxoney
na kept, whereupon the would be
-mardertra bejian llrirg att! ei. Tic im,
Bending five shots at him, rnly one
taking tflVct. tfce lait one, which m-
Dieted a dangerous wound. Mr. Utley
is now reported to ba in a flying con
dition. Two vouog men, Tuoma"
Obsmberlain and John B yer, the bue-
nected mnrdeiers, eons of two of the
victim's neighbois, were arres'ed and
confined in the jail in this city. If
Mr. Uiler shruld not recover tbey
will doubtless be lycened, as toe great
est excitement already prevails over
Killed al a Ball.
St. Lcuis, Mo., September 28 A.
ball, givtn b cne Bil O sens, a negro,
at No, 1239 Poplar street, last night,
broke np in a row, which resulted to
thekillirg of Geire Shannon. At
about 10 o'clock in the evening Owens
proposed that a collection betaken np
among the male participaiiis in tbe
festivities to pay the mus clang. AVhen
the bat arrived before bhannon he re
fused to contiibute and a quarrel over
tbe affair between him and Owtns
arose. The fo-mer reached into his
pocket for a knife, but Owms antiai-
pated him, drew a revolver and sbot
him twice in the head and erciped.
Sbenncn died almost instRutly. Owens
was arreted at 4 o'clock a.m. and
locked np at the Four Court j. He
says thai he did not intend to shoot
t-banncn, but merely to s rike him on
tbe bead with tbe butt ot ih revolver.
Tbe weapon exploded by m stake at-d
tbe ballet happemd to arike Hnancon.
Prisoners Go Ttaroacb a Hole la
Rochisibr, N. Y., Stptember 28.
XL e jan at treneaee was found empty
this morning. A hole had been cut
through -the wall. Fquir.B, the al
leged murderer of Emory Tbaver,
with V hite, Presley and Lanning,
Who were held lor burglary, and Ir
win, lor larceny, all escaped. Tbe In
dications are that the escape occurred
early last evening.
Bhet at a Colored Keliglont Heeling.
JSbdan, Kab , S?p'embt-r 28. Yes
terday moming a' oat 9:30 o'clock, at
a religious gathering ot co ord people
at Cascade tchoolhrus, L'ttle Caney
township, th'g (Cbautanqua) rounty,
Simon Bmitb shot Benjamin VVillia-r g
and William Andre, kill ng Wil
liams instantly, and. it is thought.
mor'ally wounding Andrew, who is
enot tnioutn the stomtcD. Jtie affair
was the culmination of a mieunder
btandiDg between Smith and Andrews
at Indeppndenc., and the chot watch
killed Williams wai doubtless in-
teneded for Andrew. All parties to
tbe tragedy were colored. Smith was
Arraigned for Atieiuptiaa; to Extort
Nkw Yobk, September 28. Cant
Wm. F. Mahedy, Ctiief of the Saratoga
trowe urt. whs arraigned at Jeilo
sen Market Police Court this morniog.
and remanded till the afternoon on a
charge of attempting io extort $30! 0
from liostave A. Laridon, a silk im
porter. Mahedy irsued a warrant for
Laridun'a yenog eon, Albert, fi r for
gery. It is eeid he sgreed to have tbe
case dropped for a consideration. Tbe
boy was paroled in the custody of his
Later. W.F. Mahedy .under arrest in
New Yoik for b atkmail. is cot Chief
of Police .at Saratrga, but a nigbt
watenman. lhe uniof ot rolice la
George W. Blodgett. Di-trict Attor
ney Foley and Police JuBtice Barbour
deny any knowledge ot tbe exietecce
oi a warrant
Burglar at Newport, B. I.
Nkwpoht, R I., 8ep'ember28. The
Hon. Gerrgx Bancrofts coita:e wis
entered by burglars last night, who
f fleeted an ent ance by a s ;uth win
dow from the piazKi, which opened
into a iront room, lhe in eves were
not very enccesrful and obtained only
a few articles. A mm wjr also seen
about the cottage of R bert Goelet, but
a shot from the pistol of a private
watchman drove n m t a.
Victim of tbe Keroiiene Lamp.
PiTTgwjBO, Pa., September 28. A
lamp exploded in the houee of Mrj.
Mary Flwjigin on Penn avenue last
night, badly burning four persons, one
ot tbem fatally. Mrs. f lamgan had
unscrewed the burner from toe lamp
without extinguishing the light, and
was Oiling Jt with oil. The flame sud
denly flashed up, and tbe burning
nuto was scattered .over Mr a. tlani
gan, her daugber Sadie, aged 8 years,
and an Infant aged 18 months. The
agonizing screams of the woman and
children attracted the attention of
Hugh Mctiuire, a boarder in the
house, who rushed to their rescue.
He succeeded in putting the flames
ont that enveloped the three victims,
but io so doing his hands were terri
bly burned. The injuries received by
Mrs. Flan'gan and uer daughter are
painful, but not serious. The babe
.Schooner 1-oit on Lake Hieblaan.
Chicago, III., September 28. It is
.learea mat trie schooner Uharleyj.
Smith and her crew are loet. The
vessel left Muskegon eleven days ago,
witn a cargo ot siwdust .and lumber.
Sbe has not since been heard of. The
rchooner St. Jo arrived in port this
morning from Muskegon. Her cap
tain says it is tbe general impression
at Muskegon that the Smith went
down in the severe gale that swept
tbe lake a week ago last Saturday
Shocked to Deatb.
DiTBOiT, Mich., September 28.
Koda Carroll, a Weetera Union line
man, this morning was killed by a
shock from an electric light wire
which had ciossed a wiie be wag work
ing wi h. At the time time a horse
stepped oi the wire and was knocked
down by the shock, but not killed.
lJ"ly Killed In a Ballroad Accident.
Hinsdale, III . September i 8. This
forenoon the chair cr end rer coach
of the Kockfv rd end Rock Falls train,
oa the Chicago, Burlington and Quin
cy railroad, going east, were thrown
from the track by a broken rail and
turned upside down at lhe foot of a
tin foot embankment, earning a delay
of three hours. A lady belonging in
Rock FhIs, name unknown, was
wedged in the wreck, and when taken
Horrible Accident at ( hie-ago.
Chicago. III. September 28.
Frank Hudson, the loci fre ght rgent
of the P-irhand'e railroad, at' pp 3 off
me pia iorm oi me ou go Dg rav-tn
ger train rn that road. lis was struck
by an inrom ng ChicAto, Milwaukee
and tft Paul train, end b vh 1 gs aid
arms were cut off. He cannot recover.
Hehesa wife and federal children.
Baker, Who Was Ma(, Dead
New Orleans, La., September 28.
Jos Biker, known a: the Eighth Ward
po'iticiau bom. who ws shot on Sat
urday last by Frank Wat rs, died this
morning at IDS Uharity Hospital
Waters has bean remat ded without
bal. Tbe First Congressional D's
tret Democratic Ctnvtntioi bxa ad'
formed cm rf respect to Baker.
People I Din red br a Railroad Ac
Oil City Pa., Feptmber 28. A
freight train on the Buffalo, New Y rx
and Philadelphia railroai was throwo
off tbe rails at Uornplantrr bridge,
sear this ci'y, last night. Tbe engine
wai cast down an embankment, car
ryirjg the engineer, A. J. Collins, wi'h
'he cab. He was badly iciured. J.
B, Quiik, fVeman, was slightly
bruised: James Dye, badly bruised;
U ara Dre. bruised b-ut tbe Qtaa
end arm br ken ; Bose Dye, cut in the
head and body.
Frelhc Trala Dllrhed.
Youkostows, 0., 8fpteuibr 28. A
froight train on the Pit'sburg and Lake
Jina railroad jnmpea toe tiack at uar
bon S.ution at 1 o c ock this morning,
(litchii'g the engine and twenty cars.
Euiiireer Weaiey Stewart had h:s
right It jr. smgbed ar d was hurt ioti-r-
nally. B.tkeunaa Muiray w. s badiy
brnued. The fireman eeraped with a
few ecra'ches. The wrpek was canst d
by a diaggirg chain cudiing in tbe
Ewi'ch. Toe road 1h comple'ely block
aded. Settling will get through to
day. Patstngar are being transferred.
Hboe Store Burned Out at (blrafo
Chic a on. III., Septembor 28. The
firm oi George w. Ludlow & Co.,
wholesale manufacturers of shoes,
corner of Michigan avenue and .Ran
dolph street, was burned out th e
rrornirg Lots, fw.dCO: insaiaoce,
$07 0(10. The buil. kg was only slight
ly iDiared. ihenrm dates that It will
be ab e to rrsnme in a few days. Four
hundred employes are temporarily
tbrjwn out o eaipii yment.
Heavy L,on In Tabaeeo.
Pkthr'buko, Va., Septerxiber 28.
News was re eived here today of the
burning et bydney, Australia, oi the
tobacco fa'tory of lanv rjn B.otben.
Loss, 5L'tO,UUUi insured.
Hill Destroyed at Haaebeater, Ens;.
Mancukhter, England, September
28. The Koach Mills, at Heywoi-d,
eight miles corthwett from here, in
Lmcester county, were destroyed by
hi e today. Tke mills employtd 45,0'jO
Pnbliahlna' Home Damaged.
Cincinnati, 0., Ssut mber 28.
What appeared io be a disastrous fire
broke out in the sixth 6tory cf Uohen
A Leiier'g poblighing house, No 92
Lorjgworth a rte', this fsrenooo. It
was connned to tbe sixth Boor, and
was ex irgu shed witn elunt lors.
Tbere were valuable cuts and other
property, however, damaged by water.
bo that the l'"ss from that cause may
re ch Jln.uuu. Xhu cannot be ascer
tained until the property can bs thor
oughly examined. Dully insured.
"Alvln Joalyn" Bring Bnlt far 850,-
UOO Agalnat a Jeweler.
Binghampton, N. Y., September 28.
Obnrles L. Davis and his Alvin
Joslyn Company appeared in this city
e'a urday. Previous ta its coming the
dvar.ee agent of tbe s ow made ar
raneexents with E. D. Voabnrg & Ca.
to dUp ay in their windows Davis's bo
railed frlUO.tXU diemonds and bis al
leged fTOUO watch. The jewelers.
alive to their own ndveitisu g inter-
etta, announced in all the newspapers
that the disp ay would ba made, and
arrarged f eir windows lor the recp
tion of D.tviss juwe's, and a lare
crowd thronged the window front and
store, but tbe jewels fulled to appear,
finBiiv, to btop ton numerous inqui
ries, a juvenile clerk pnt a card in tbe
window reading: ''Davie's Ohmonds
must have been pawned, as thov (ail
to show up." WLen Mr. Votburg
cime Irom euppor he ordnred the card
out, but UaviB, hearing of it, took oc
casion to g've V o burg & Oo. a "pie"e
of his mind" frrm the stage bi fore bis
auaience oi iuu percous. Yesterdy
mvis's a tor i. ei s brought en t for 150.
0U0 damages against Vosburg.
ASKED LEAYE TO FORECLOSE
A orla-aae for aiM.ooo on a Fenn.
Pittaburg, Pa , September 28. C.
L Young and Henry W. Tvler. rep
resenting the Fidelity Tust and Safd
Dnposit Company, of Philadelphia.
fl ed a petition in the (United States
Court today, asking leava to bring
euiiintne courxi ct Mercer count,
to 'foreclose a $100,000 mortgage on
tbe West Pennsylvania end Sbenango
and connecting roads. Tbe applicants
imim teat tne rondg have defaulted
in their interest, $36,000, and deny
the priority of a claim of W. W.
E,ed, of Erie, Pa., for 170,000 for
construction. Tbe Oonrt fixtd Octo
ber 0:h for date of argument.
Tbey Are Hot Sorry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets tCBt in, tne day they Bret adopt
ed Parker s Ionic as their regular lam
II y medicine, its range is bo wide
and its good effects so sure, that notb
ing else, except good nursing, an
needed in a great majority of cases
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise rom us.
The Bonclcnult JUlvoree Caae,
New York. September 28. Papers
relating to the appnintment of a com- i
mies'on iu the Boc;cau't nivorca
-case have been received from England
by ex-Judge Diltenhoener, counsel for
Mrs. iloucicault. ui four gentlemen
named he will select .one, who will
soon begin the taking ot testimony.
Mr. Tlldea Yacht ta Be Hold.
Naw York. September -8. It is ex
pected tht the Viking, tbe yacht in
which Simuel J. Tildon used to spend
so much time, will be so d soon. She
was buiit by John Reach at Chest r
for George Scott. She was sold to Mr.
Tilden when Mr. Ssott'a health failed.
JapaaeaeAlartlaKeat Ilia LonUvllle
LomBvai.K, Ky , Sattember 23.
Tsro young J dpAntan, employed in (he
Japanese villdg-i show ia the Louis
ville Exposition, bave hesn madeonn
bv matrimoriythe first inataDCS oi
the kind io ttiis country.
WHO KEYER WORE A5Y MiVS
Makes a Speech to the Knights of
Labor at Colombla-llis l'lat
form of Principles.
NARHVru-i, Tknn., September 23.
The (Vnion pu ushea aa special from
(Jo umo a tne inuowmg:
Tbe II n. W. C. Whitthorne ai
dreesed a large crowd. comi)0jd rr.ti
cpa ly of tha Knights of Labor, at ti e
(Jourtboure t inignt. lhe epeach wts
an acciptauce of an invit.tiou on the
prt of t ie Knigb s' organization, and
was an a ue eaurt, purely nun paiiiicul,
clear y expuutiory tl bis ( oa.tion oa
lhe quee'tnn of lab r aad raoital.
Gen. Whuthome wb iuir duced by
W. J. Andrews, the chief ofll.er of the
GBNTLk HEN or TBE OrDIR OF KnIORTB
ofLabobaad Fellow Citizens Th. a
order did me the t onor toiunte me
to acldrtsa you, acd submitUd ques
tions f r my reply, which I freely ac
cept. No coined words can aff ct my
i 1. 1 : . .
revwu ao a puuiiu nwviiui iu iue pasi
oa both Mate and national a flairs.
That r coid is before yon." llstnn
referred to a speech made in tbe
Hc.u e of ReprerentatiTes ia May,
1878, which the official reporter called
"Labor va. Odpiral." After reiding a
ftw extrtc 8 lam this speech which
weie applicable to the present
time, and the reasm, he took up the
1-abor, iU dignity, et, the conflict
that bad heenacaute of complaint he-
twee n labor and cap tal b ith in Eu
r pe and America lor yeais, dwelling
upon the complaint; tbe Eeizure ai.d
con'rol nf currency by capital; tbe
rontiol of tjxa'iou and lar.ff by capi
tal ; coatiol of indeb ednets by capi-
til; cjnveitng the currency into
binds that demand the payment of
principal and i- terest in coin, tbe de-
monenzat.on if eilver; the growth of
mourpolier. coil, iron, coal o 1, ocean
tiaueontat on: ibe power of land
granteto laitroads; capital controlling
municipal, btate and federal legsli
tion He eomp-r.d the priie of labor
in Amer.ca wi n that in .barope. end
br u kng the loettime in cor.seauence
of lnckouis, oy pooling tbe inieiea ot
monopo.fsta tbe laborer of America
received no more than the European
lab. rer. The advantage of the fo. mer
was the cheap lands, enabling him to
procure a home, wHcb was impossible
for the laborer ot Europe, whi h wis
tbe principal in luccmeDt to emlgra-
lioc. The squandered public domain
was larger than the countries of
France. m-.ny and England rom-
bined.ortutnc euttosustain 45,100.100
ot people, ue rdrrrdd to the
strikes and riots
at Pittsbarg, St Louis end Chicago,
He replied: Were tbe laboreis mad
at Su L uis? Did no cause or Teas n
d ret ent itself as en excute for the dit-
tnrbar ca? I am Lot here to speak in
d-fense of lawlessness, but I am here
to answer what hes produced this
Bttte of tbiog8. L'g'sla-iire after L-g-
is ainre. city after c ty, had b en de
bauched by capital, and tbe tights of
labor neurped. subsidy was fully ex
plained by request ol some one in tho
audienct. "Capital invared the na
tiooal Capl ol m 1873 and demanded
that greenbacks snould disappear, sil
ver coin be demonetized, all iniereot
bearing b nds be paid in gold. This
intereat is a moitgage on the muscle
of the laboring man. Pile up the it -
deb: edueeB of, tbe world and the pile
is upon tbe producer. I am some
times tailed a Booibon. lie is a Bour
bon who wears
THE C01LAB OP A. MA8TIR.
I never wore one. f Applause. 1 lam
a disciple of Jeffeisun, and show me a
man who daenrvei hie name written
higher than Toomas Jefferson,"
In explaining capiial and labor and
their connections he said the former
was the accumulation of the latter.
Capital honorably rjBed ia entitled to
tbe tighHtt regaid. Debt is a rimf? of
the present upon the future. There is
equal ptr nerthip between labor and
capi'ai. lie compared the prioe ol la
bor at the time tne public debt was
made and the pte enf. Ninety days
cf labor at that time would pay the
same emouut of tex that 270 duvs
would now. Knights of Labor, when
you come w me and ask if the sub
servient bodips bave not been tbe
canfo of thi, 1 answer yea. You may
combine in open council egnimt it; it
is not necessur tor eecret organize jon,
i tin g,HQ io sw jou leKlng suub an
interest in public affaire. The ballot
is yourg. Hera is your recourse
Iu marring to postal Bivmcs banks
re did not advise eucb a cou se.
While he wa in fvor of the govern
ment taking charge of tbe telegraph
eyi-tero, lie wai eppoged to Ita con
trolling the railroade. He who con
trols too lai roads of Europe controls
tbe destinies rf Europe. Caoitol has
se zd upon tne vitals of our govern
ment, therefore beware before vou en
trust to it the control of our railroads.
"As to conviot labor. I am not in
favor of it iu any way coming iu
conflict with honest labor. The con
vict labor ol the 8 a e can be ntilizsd
on the pnblio roads. Tbe United
State s government shonld nee her con
vict labor in recovering the swamp
lands of tbe Misei-sippi river and irri
gating the dry plains of the West,
making; homes lor tbe poor, la the
distant future it may be necessary to
colonize the convict labor. This is tbe
onlysolnt onl know of at present of
All Questions were disenssed at
length and at the clore Gen. Whit
thorne wrs warmly comrratnlated on
his masterly speech. Tbe Knights of
Labor here aik that the Nashville
K-uigbls to invite Gen. Whitthorne to
ndiega ihm at enme fntnre time.
Trr-parM with strlrt rra-tnt to PnrltT, StTnirtri and
lti-;illlllllin-.M. IT. i n. h i.nKllitf I'iiwiut rnnlnltis
no Ammunla,l.lni,Aliim wl'honlintpN. Dr. l-fin-a
hslraols, Vanilla, Lumoo, eto., Uavur delluiuusly.
PRICE BAMS POWDCH CO'. Chicago and St Unit
ub.sri!t fop (ho kApieal"
1 lie eyes arc always in Minpalliy with
the boly, nnd afford an excellent Index
ot ita condiU.n. When tlictncs become
nenk, and tin; lids Infliiliu U and sore, it is
an evidence that the system lias become
(lisonleri-d by Scrofula, fr whieli Avcr's
Sarsupui illa is the best known remedy
Sorofnls. which nrodueed n tminfnl In.
ii.iiiiin:uum in my eyes, :uivl( me mueb
nuileiiin for a nmnbrrof yciim. Hy tlm
adviec of a pliysieiim I cimiim-iieed taking
Avcr's Sui'HHoni-illa. After tisiti-r tliin
uiediciue a lioi't time I m euinplvivly
jry eves ru-c now In a splendid condition,
and 1 inn us well and klrntiir as ever,
Jlis. William tiage, Concord, X. II.
For a number of years I wni troubled
Willi a liiiinoi- in my eye, and was nimble
to nbtiiin tiny rclkf until I i-olllllii lu-txl
iifing Ayer'sSarsnpiirllla. Tins niedieino
has ell'et-led il compli-to cure, and 1 believe
It to bo the best of blmid i iiiilicrs.
C. K. 1'iitun, Nashua, . 11.
From childhood, and until wiihln a few
months, 1 nave been iilllicled wiili Weiik
und Sore Eyes. I have used for these
complaints, with bencllcial ivmiIis, Ayer'a
Sursnparill.i. and consider it n meiit liloud
purilier. Mrs. C. riiilllps, Oluver, Vt.
I suffered for a rear Willi inflamm.
Hon In niv left eye. Three ulcers formed
on the hall, depriving ' of sii:lil, and
causing great pain. After trying many
other remedies, to no purpose, l'was flnaili
induced to use Ayer'a barsapurilla, and,
three bottles of this medicine, have been
entirely cured. My sijrlit lias been re
stored, and there is" no in uf iiiibimnia
tion. sore, or ulcer in mv eve. Kendal
T. Uowen, Sugar Trco Kiilge.'oblo.
My daughter, ten years old, was afflicted
w-ltli Scrofulous Sore Eyes. During tbe
last two years she never saw
kind, rlivslelans of the liii-hcvi t.,iii,,.r
excited their skill, but with no permanent
success. On tho recommendation of a
friend I purchased a bottle of Ayer'a Sar
suparllla, which my daughter commenced
taking, lieforo she had used the third
bottle her sight wna restored, and slip can
now look steadily at a brilliant liirlit win,.
out pain. Her euro Is complete. AV. E.
Sutherland, Evangelist, Shelby city, Ky.
Prcpsrcd by Dr. J. C. Aver k Co., Lowell. Mau.
Sold by all Druggists. Trice $1 ; ili boulcs, 15.
THE undersigned hire formed a copart
nership, dating Irom the Nih instant,
nniler the arm nam and style of DKAN Jt
LILLY, for tho purpoie of eonduoting a
W holesile i offee. Tea and r-n'ice bmlnon at
2H5 Main street, Lee Block, Memphis, Tenn.
ine ounnx'i win ce eonaucted at HU Poplar
street ant I the mso-lnery und fixtures at
the new stand are oomplMed.
JOHN LILLY .
Miufhib, September 20, 1846.
DEAN & LILLY
AND DEALERS IN
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
UfMt nf tha riiieiLsM winch ainii-l inriiikiiiil reriirui-
ally cauwti by atlikKiniurBdfMiiidition ol tho LI V ER
ur an compiMnw or mm mini, micu u luriuuuy oi
tho Liver. BiliumnioHB. Nervous lviUKiuiii. linliire-
iion, Irrmrulaiity ot tho liiwol, (Jouhi ipAtion, l' Utu-
(fltnitiuiiH uaIIim! lluurttmru), Miasma, Malaria,
iMotHly Flux. L'hillu and Ktmr, HnmUtione lovr.
ixhauHtiott butore or alter I'-jvli-h. Chronic iiir-
rliLva, ljdriti uf Apiwtite, llwdrit'lie, Kiu) Brentii,
Jmiirii iir-tiM UiciLienuu to J'eumltfi. n'nriiit-
dmn I'tiint, lliukache, Ao.. to. STADICCR'S
AU RAN Til itt IrWnlunhl. It la not a Danacwi
for all fiMiiH-tm, imt will CUR
Snll dinnnaea '
a wuxv, yttllnw tingo.
tho LIVER, STOMACH
cliMtiirtm tli t;iitiiilitKiiin frsiia awuiv Vtt
to a ruij'iT. tiitaiiny iniior. it untiniy rmova iw,
lxnny Hpirit. It is on of Uw Al'rraihtt
For iulu by iill DrucaiaU. Prion SI .00 IHtr bottlu,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 SO. FRONT ST., Phllndelph a. Pa.
Orrici Mkmpiiib Gab I.innr Coupaxy,)
BT order of the Board ot Directors of the
Mamnhia (4aa l.iiflil Hnnitianv. ititd.
Jul5, 188(1, a meeting oi the stoon holders a.'
said company was oailed to t-e held on Mon
day, Uotober 4, 18S0, at the offioe of the oom
Dany, in MemDhis. at 12 in., to consider ens'
aot upon a conirac? na-le by the Hoard ot
Directors with Ta'...c Oietriot of Hhelbj
county, a copy ot which contract has beet
sent by mail to each stockholder. In further
punuanoe of said order of the Hoard, notiot
of said meeting is hereby firen to the stock
holders ol said oomnanT. and they are earn
estly requeued to be pressnt, or send proxies
wun ineir instructions as to rne vouna ot
their stock upon this proportion to acoept
or rejeot said ooulraot.
Saftretarvnf Kt.miilili'ilii LlshtOo.
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JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., Agents
KRIMSHI.TN, N. T.-Iloardon the Hill,
Mrs. II. C. Ilnw.rl. Bal Washington
Park. KiHirns larae: Inoatlon dolivhlful.
Convenient to ers to Manhattan lleaoh,
Coney Island, I.'-ns Ilevk and Central I'a.rkl
a."o to JNew lo.-S plaoes I ax usement.
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or NEW YORK.
Kid! A It I A. MXI HDY, rrcMhloni.
The Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the World.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WILKEHSON. znU
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKP'T,
St : : ' ' Cr . , .-.J ..Xuls
1 route A a j ..
Worn. A'mrtWZ..m.iLrrs.r '-itsi
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(Rnocessors In this ixpartment to JOHN MANOQUK.)
aerWrtte us for tnformaUnn nn NV TII1NU In either line.
Tho Planters Firo and
or MEM I'll 11.
Bice la Company's Ilnlldinar, No. 41 Hartlaun Nlrevl, Hriniibla, Tan.
D. T. POBTER, Prw. I JNO. i:ilTX. Jr.. VIifPra. I J. II. MMITH. Bee'y
V. II. III N riH, Aaalalasil Nvcrctar-.
DIRt:-roR-S H. BROOKS, oi Brooks. Naely A Oo.tK. L. COFFIN, of Dlllard k Coffin t
11. T. POHTER, of Porter Jk Macraes JOHN 0VKH10N. Ja., J. G. Mil. LB, J. K.
GoDWIM, of J. K. lindwin ACo.i J. M. OnODBAR. of Ooodbar A Co.l
J. M. I'llll.I.IP-l. IIAllllWlU PKHKs
ronmeactd Bnilneaa la la7. i wi Paul, Over Half a Million.
Iiwrllinft-a Feperlally Israirrd.
Also Representi the Spsis(isiild Firs, ot t'primrtirld, Mass. i Gkohou lloui iNBvaAtica
finMPAST: MnnsTtiH Tity. n' Ohit'snoo-s, Ttit.
J. T. lARf AflOM.
0. 0. HIM.
F"JT a 1 ft tt n s m
SC9 Front Street, Memphis, Ten a.
Cttsa asiintd to is will hare our eareful attentloa. W t earry al all times a wall.
laleoted Itook ol '
Stiple L Fancy Groceries, Wines, Lluorsjcb&cco & Cigars
IV. X IIOWDUE.
34 and 3ft OTihIInoi.
A. VACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Not. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
.(.iaBg''z:-. .-r-r ,iinited.
' liuam ' " la s Uril
J. T. LaPRADK.
Late i. T. Lal'rade k Co.
ANI OM9XISSI09T MERCHANTS,
No. 304 Front street, : Memphis, Tcmi.
vBaTln retired from the Saddlerr and Ilsrseii bnslness and opened an office ss shore,
we are plea.ed to announce (o our friends and the public seneralljr that wear now prepared
to aerre them in our new capacity. Heturninx thanks fur the Terr liberal patron a ex
tended us in the old line, we trust to merit and reoelre a sh.re of your favors In the new.
Cotton Faplors, Wholesale Grocers,
Jt: 11 Union Street. : : JiJenipliU, Te?p
W. A. aMITH, Proprietor.
. " ;
JatiB S). aalllvaa.
TVfhoIeaale Grocer, i.Utiion Waeioru
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Term
JtKTWBKH ADAM ARB JKFrxUMOS.
Mr. L V. BAHflT dsTotas kli wlic.le time to the weithlnx and sals of J1 Cottoa atrwled
A oar sbarx... Gotten Warehouse. 9S Wuhinxtoa ttroat.
AND MACHINE COMPAtXY.
KiOlo 17i Adams St., .YJemphif
t V MIS1C.(,,I
DEPT. 2','G and tiS SocondSt
Marino Insurance' Co.
R. A. PARISH.
a. ii. woodso:
Hi.. : JWemiM.. Ten
i as ATT OI1V CO.
Mnnutaoturer's Aaents for
Dailies I'riiU oflon JIiin,
FKKDKRS AN DC0NDKNSER8,
NIMILKY, N.HITII sV CO.,
Prntt Iltpae Ituilrr dins. Feed
-rs antl tiitis Repairers,
1)8 to 104 Poiilur St., Memphti
airPratt Revolvlnr-llend dins nne-
uuiil.il. btook now ooraplete. Price
rAiluned. CorreMiondnnee ana ordeu
Old tiins Repaired In First.
. All work guaranteed. -
JOHN Mad RATH.
Lata with J. X. Lal'rade A Co
liirnA mi. rt a i ii n y i .
AVElt GIN CO.
IV. A. fiuiltU'H Put. Nepurator.
Eairle Eclipse Mailer tilns,
1'luln 10-luch (Jin, and
hoittiiebu mtakdahd vukhh.
rrire at ractorraiuu and aiiu.
ALLIhON hEI-.l) COT I ON t LEAN E US.
aarAll kinds or Ulna Repaired. Bpeoial
Discount to the 1 rade.ua
Sffl and SttS Krone ail., Mrmiihls, Ton
riio.. Olark. at. JT. Cla k.
JmwSiUi S SUT
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Louisiana Stato Lottery Co.
We do hereby Certify 'An w $upervUe tke
arrangement for all th Monthly and Qunr
terlu tJrawinot of the Louisiana State Litter
ny. ami in trto manage ana Control
the lrncinQ thrmurltti, and that the tame are
eimtiucted with ktineMtu faimem. and h anad
faith totrard all part it, and we authorite the
Company to ute I hie Ccrtificatet with fae-eimilet
of our eignaturea attached in Ue mdvertiee-
We, t Hijwwjssl, flaatts and Banktt;
mil paV all Prwt dram in Tht lonna.s
Halt LotUna ithtck may 6. prnl a 0r
J. H.OfllF.SBT.Pres. l a. Ral'l Haah,
A. BALDWIN, Proa. a. o. Bal. Bk,
Incorporated in ltxtor twenty-lye yea is
by the Lesitlnture for Educational and
CoarltabI purposes with a capital of V
OiKl.OOO to which a reserve fund of overt U ,
CKS) has since been addod.
By an overwhelming roralar Tot. it
franolitra was made a part ot the present Stat
Constitution, adopted Deoomber id. A.D.
Th ohu Litttrru vrr iu.td am auii iu1i'mJ
by the people 0 any State.
Jt never scales or postpones,
ft tlraiMl Single Himbsr Draw.
Isi-a lAkfl place lunntlily, and tha
KxJrnnrdliinry Drawiuira rrgnlarly
fti-rj Tlirvc Manilla lanlvad of arm I.
annually aa heretofore.
A MPLESMn- OPPORTUNIs f TO
WIN A tOHTHNK. 1KNTU URND
DRAWING, CLASS K, IV TUB ACADEMY
OF MUSIC, NKW 0RLBAN8, TUESDAY,
Oriobrr 13, lNN6-j07th Monthly Traw
ina. CAPITAL riSIZE, 875,000.
100,000 Tic k ntm at Five Dollars Kim !
t rai-llona, in riritaa, lu
LIST OP PRIZES.
1 Capital priie i Tl.tKO
I Capita! prise ,... .,.. i'vWO
I Cni'Hul prise li),i-(sj
I Prises of (Tats! - lJ.iKX)
B Prises of 2J . . 10,01 0
IU 1'nr.es of Usui lil.tK 0
4U Prises ol MO 10,(X0
lis) Prises of hi a,i,0
8(10 Prises of 111 i,o(0
rVK) I'rlroi of 611 a"i.mO
KX10 Prises of 8IS li.Cmo
9 Approximation prises of tfrfsj r3,7S
8 Approalmation prises of IMS) 4,50
0 Approximation prises of 2ft)
11W7 Prises, amoontingto U'-'- ,MU
Anplioation for rates to olnb aho-a!.! be
made only to tut ofllue ol the Company at
For furthor lnformstlon wnto clemir.
(Wins lull ailJroKS. FNTA1. MOTliN. Kl-
iress Money Orders, orAew xork ltiolm se
n ordinary letter. Curroncy Lv Exorair (at
our exponas), addressed .
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Nw Orlraus. 1 a.
Or M. A. rtAHPHira,
Waahluviou. D. V..
or at 6 VVcsl t onrl (St., Meiuplils, Traa
Kako P. 0. Money Orders parable
and aililrraa KciKlerod Letters to
NKW UKI.KANN NATIORAA, BANK
mw 4Srl.,n,. k.a.
Dlt. D. 8. JOHNSON'
No. 17 JetTorsou Street,
(Between Main and Frost.) MEMPHIb
I Established In 18A0.I
J' ties interested aa by far the most suo
oessful physioiun in the treutnientof prirats
or secret dlsoases. Quick, permanent ourea
auarante.d in every case, male er female.
Recent oases of Uonorrhoa and Syphilis
cured In a I s days without the use of mer
cury, ohanre of diet or hindrance front
business, becondary Syphilis, the last res-
Jiae eradicated withoittne use of mercury,
nvolunsary loss of semen stopped in short a
tiino. Sufferers from inipotency or lss of
sexual powers restor e te free rigor in a taw
weeks. Vlotlius of self-abuse and excessirs
renery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
loss of physical and mental nower, spe- u'llf
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tlon paid to me Diseases ol women, and
onres guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the use of caustic or the knil'a. All
oonsultat-ons strlotly oorfldeotial. Medi
cines sent by es press to all parts of the
sterWorklnsmen cured at half the usual
rates. tOioe nours from Ho'cionk a.m. to
o'clock p.m. D. B. JOHNHON. M.D.
TDURSUANT to an execution Issued Au-
X aunt (1. 1HH,
from tho tSurrewe Court of
Tennesson, on judgment rendered by said
Court, June H, lnwi, in favor of J. L. Kpper
snn sgninst w, H (lallir nth and J. M.
Fowl ken, comprising the Arm of W, 11. Ual
Srenth A Co., tor one thotisaod and eitrhiy
rilne dollais und eighty-five otnts (IIUHH e.ri).
I will on
Naltirdnjr, Dnlnbrr II, tHHU,
in front of the Courthnaje do r, in Shelby
county, lenn.. sell to thn bluhent bidder lor
cash the following do'cribed tract of land in
the In di Ilnlr ot of hh- lhy couniv. In
bhelhy oounty, Tnn., to-witi Itoginning at
a point on the south line ol Union street,
'M fret eiit of a four (4) loot alloy; thin.e
east on and wtih south line of I'nlon street
ll'ij foot to a slake; thence smithwsrdly, at
riant auslcs with Union street, lVH (est Io an
alloy; thenoe wilh said alley westward!?
'Ml-i tee to a stake) thence on a line per
pendicular to union street nortnwardiy ia
cet to the notnt of beuinnins. beinu- snma
lot eonveved bv W. 11. OiilOre-Uh to A. Vas-
ciiro by deed resisiered in Shelby oounty,
Tenn., In book HXi, page 1U7, and nuie boinr
tne oau nan or lot convoreu oy r. L,ne
M L Meuchsm and W. II. (lalhreityi.hr
deed in bonk fit, page Y.H. of the tiogiater'a
oflloe of ssld oountv. Levied on as the i-ron-
erty of YY, 11, Ualhrcath to ssti'ty said ex
ecution. W. 1. CANNuN, HheriO.
Ky Jiiiin .l.iYtsos. Deputy bDcriO.
Poston A Poston, Attorneys.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
y , v.i i' ' -'
Flra. Wind. Wslrr and I la-hlnlnsr
proof Buitabio for all kinda of buildings.
For prlcos nnd estimates at faotory rates,
oall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD Mt'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St.,
Headquarters tor Iron Fence and Cresting,
Oalviinlied Iron Cornice. Tin Krofs ASIovci.
HE VVEUDAJt si'ltlNOS
WILL be opened June 1st. This noted
Wntarina-llllica is situnled air tnil.
from AStna Furnace, on the Nashville snii
Tuscaloosa railroad, in llickuiao ronnty
Tenn. Hack will meet all tr .ins at rKtna
and will oonvey guests to springs at a very
Board, Pr Monlkt 1 IV r Day.
nnuvlai Hiilra la rainiiira.
We invite all who wish to spend the most
Dleasant seaion of their lives to come ts
eaverdaui. esnocislly seekers of plossnrs
and health. Uood water and pure air in
Liverymen, Centrevllle, Tonn,
BJ. A. PK. VN, rroo'r Centrevitle 'l-i'n!.
ON 8 VniRD V. 0CT0I1KR 2, ISSfi, at No.
l.i Markrt s'roet, Memphis, i.r-n., I
will sell to the hlghort bidder (or cash, all
the Household ani Kitchen f urniture, in
cluding onn Parli-r Set, thiee Ho- in Sets and
Kitchen Furniture, in raid residence. I sell
miiUr iru.t dotd uinde by John Zet to too.
recorded in book HI, page M. in Register's
ttl(-e, and Dy uirecion c oenpuomry laere-
uutu. 11. Alcr AttLAAD, irustee.
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