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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ko. 38 MADISON STEEET,
is la receipt of a larrer,
Iceted stock of CASSMEEES.WOBSTEDS, SCIT1XGS
aad OYEttCOATIXGS, (aU
tiens,) tbaa was erer shown In this market. Tho
stock comprises the choicest
aid most darablo poods ia gentlemen's wear.
19 Samplei and Prices
who have left measure. -' '
ltf EXPHIS THEATER. '
M v .. Josara Baooxs, Manner.
Tboater. Crowded from 11 1 So Dame
To witness th. initial performance of
YILSOH ! RANKIN
TITH PAVANttLAS I
THE POLUSKt BROTBERSI
And all oiher teUurei a grand auoeeei.
Thur.. Frl. ani Sat., Font. 31, Oct. 1-J
Michael BtroirofT, ih. grand specUonlar pro
duction, mo- uay, uoi. e i.izii. r.vans.
Mrs. Florence Fin'ey Moore
WILL HEOPHN HER
Saturday, t'et. 23d, at 8 P.M.
COW About 21tt September, on. eommon
medium sited red c w, aboui 6 or 7eara
old, marked with nnderbit in each ear. Th.
finder will be suitably rewarded by returning
to uu maoiron street. w . n vvuuu.
lOW On Monday, 27th inatant.
atrept. onu milph onw. white
without anyd atinct coloici markinir; tips
of horns sawed off no have been bored tor
hollow hnro : nrobat lvs year old: airnc
milk. A liberal reward will be paid tr her
return. A. B. TRKA KWELL.
TJ ORSK From 126 Beal. street, on gatur-
J.X dar, August 2nth. a hunt sorrel bora.,
twnit. lu lace. A Iineral reward for his re-
turn to ' ' MK1 p. tl A ACK, 12B Peale.
0CK E f BOOK t 'n Main stror. contain
ing some money. Call at 203 Ma n bt.
FOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW STOREHOUSE AtSnr.
ix rounded Bill, Arkanaas, the b.at cotton
region in that State, eiuh'y-flve milea from
Memphis and fifty mi es from Little Rock,
on me m. ana u. k. k. h. Apply to '
No. 11 ADAMS bT.. Memuhl-. Tenn.
Also, semr.l Stock Ranches la Urand
TTIURNI1URE-A1I the fu-nitnr. in First
X1 BaDtist Lhuroh Pewa. Uhaira and Car-
pets. Apply to josoi h Uruce. H9 Monroe St.
tOWS Two Jersey Cows and On. Heifer.
1 Will cll at r. A. JUNKS ft CO. 'a
brABLES, en Monro, street, without re
serve, at 12 o olock m., on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1886,
two Jersey Cows, living milk and in oalf.
Also, a lieifcr. All woll b ed and of th.
best milk and butter famiuei.
" -TersBsr Cash, or sixty days' city .coept-
ances. E. w. iiUKtf.
OHAMBUa'R FOLDING MACHINE-But
little need, and in good condition. Ap-
piy at a tte. a Li ujfiua.
:T' OT Chean. on south aide of Vanna atraet.
XJ 160 feet west of Wellington street. 60x
Muteet. . Apply to ', w. a. ku(tEH?.
TWO STORY BRICK HOI SE AND LOT
X Api lv at 7" front Street.
Ill ACK Urraea. harn.is and lie.as. at a
bargain; part cash, and balanc. in
' - In. ulr. at Ke. 75 Monro, street.
uaiwn nuMutBus-ur six rooms, witn
X3 modern imnroTemen'e: Sa 493 hulhy
aireet.: Aoriy to a. v. xrraaireii, txeou-
tor, No. 11 llninn street.
THE lea and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Ale idian, Miss. Tweuty-Bve
-i ' commodious rooms,, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sampl.
room on the street next doort now doing a
good business and popular. Can be bad at a
bargain 11 applied lor within to. next thirty
days. Apply to Cbarl.s Elmir., proprietor,
- rrUN Lot of tin, suitable for rrofing Also
x a large ice box. At (iabay s,4W ehelby.
iLD MATERIAL In tbe storehonses and
. J Senate Building, occupied by B. Lnw-
s .ostein A Bros. ; must be removed at onoe,
Apply to JOHN RKID. Builder.
"NJEAT COT TAQE Of six rooms, and lot
xi ajuxH, o4 uean arenue. Inquire on
(HHBAP-On. second hand ROCK AWAY,
V nearly as good es new, at IUI unt- n at
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
On. Dining-room Set,
' On. Kitchen Set,
with possession of houe atones,
31 ST. MARTIN STREET.
GEDAR KENCINI POSTS-Fnr sal. by
W. R. LAHHIN, Lartimville, Ala.
WOODL AWN STOCK FARM- In th. stod
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
'120. On.Trottina Horse: fee. (10. OneJer
ey Bull: fee. 12.50 For Ss.La-30 Horsea.
' 8 Milch Cows, 15 head Butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and jNewioudland fups. liorars on
pasture, f-5 per month : Texas horse, llln ner
day. Telephone JOSEPH BUHMKY. .
TTPRIGHT PIANO Good as Be--, oheup
KJ lor cash; or will exenanr-',,r board.
Address K38, A" l off ce
Apply at 28
00D FRESH MEAT tl ' ER-
Cornerof La Rose and Clay s ret ts.
A pplyetthisc rn oe.
ITUATION By a young man 21 years of I
age; oau tour yars expeneni-e in busi
ness; nas no Dad Dabi'e an
both country and uity.
Salary no bjeot.
Enquire of 0.
285 Main street.
ntVERYBODY-To call and lee feeel
xll brand G.piy Clairvoy.nt, at 177 Tbitd
street, near Poplsr.
"DOOMS Well furnished rooms,
WANT KD Ladies, local or traveling. A
wonderful entirely new specialty for
ladies only ; SI daily easily made; no photo,
no painting; pariienlars free. MRS. G.
LITTLE, Box 443, th cago. III.
POSITION By a lady as ilus'c teacher, or
to teach ynungohildren Enslish branches
'Salary expected moderate. Good home de
sired. Address "Teacher," Columbus, Miss.
MAN An Intelligent, earnest man to rep
resent, in bl own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative sulerv to
risht party. Steady position References
exchanseu. A merican Manu faotuncg 11 jue,
"POSITION By a man ihorouihly eonvor-
jl sant witn ail the foraiis ii DUKine'B.
An exnert Accountant and book keeper. I'n
.xcepticnublo references. F. , ttis office.
SALESMEN In .very Stat, in th. ti. ton
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT havtng several
Sricui.Tiia thatnro popular and easy rail
v tng. Can b. handled alon. or in connection
' with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
VEICF MA-NI'KG. MAl.TI.VldKK. MP.
OCCUPANTS For fiont room, with dress
ing room, southern eiposure, in private
family, conven ent to business. Address A
car. Letter Carrier Dave Washington.
COTTON PEED WANTED. Hulls and Meal
yy torSAle oneap at m,uuo n vnivp.
OCRAP IROS A quantity of stov. plate,
KJ machinery, scrap iron end old car whf
bt. Luuis Miillt-ahle iron uo., et.
- A M AN Tt toke in offic. and represent
XX manufacturer; per week
caDital roauiriil Address, with sta
Box 7lt, w e't ACtnn, mass.
1 Anil IRS. FEATHERS HIf host oah
XV-' V pr ee paid by GA BA Y, Memphis.
EVERYl'OOY TO KNOW-That I will
KILL TEETH WITH GOLD for th.
B.xt thirty days for tl 60.
. . . 343 Main sre.t.
LD G01D A SILVER Far rash
J ehang.- MULFORD, Mt r, 2H
HDRRAT ItlDGELT,) "
more railed and better se-
this seasoa's luiperta.
designs, finest textures
on application to those
I Ml. 0". J. SCHKRKR. Surgeon Chiropo-
XJ dit, 211 Main street. Sixteen years
Call and I
Memphis. Chareea moderate.
eehim. Offio. houra (rooi8a.nl.
to 8 p.m.
hordRyafrom to 12 m.
BOOMS AM) BO A Kit.
ROOMS Des irable rooms, fnrnlhed or on-
-A. v mrnientu, wuu ooarq. eo maraet pi-
"VTICE, newly furnished rooms, with v.ry
L i tse hoaro. at pin. K7 t'ourt at'eet.
TJLKASANT, unfurciahed front ronm, with
X board; terma reuonable: 87 Court at.
O 00M3 Furniahed room" with board.
JT 121 Onort atreet.
OT. JAMES HOVSG-58 Adama ttreet.
O Board aid Indsins, tTi: day botrd,
J7L10IBLK ROOM'-Withauperinr board,
'J twobl irka irom Oayoan lintel. 4 .3 Shelby
TH8IRABLK Ronma. lurniahed or nnlur-
YJ niched, ainala or iit auir.. with hoard, at
BEAUTIFUL front rooma, ainrl. or en
auite. furnirhed or nnlumihd. with or
without hotrd; otJerroomn, lut llii ('out tat,
rithout board; term!
140 MDlSON HT.
BRICK RESIDENCE For rent or lease,
No. 85 Madison s'rnet. nr Third, oe-
cup'ed by tt-e late lir. R. M. lluddike. To
a reliable party the property will be leased
or one, iwo or tnree reitrs at a low rent. A p.
P'yio J. r-, uMV, Memrn uo.
U( SAW COTTON
r. I,. WARMER.
"tOTTAUE A nioe new eottat. with four
v rooms, large yarn, tond cistern ana all
eo- veniencea o. lm Rosa avnue. Aptdy
to jari..A.i4UiBian, o. jwanai aiitraat,
T300MS Two nice furnished rooms, for
j-n single gentlemen iii7 fcpiar alreet.
nouseneeping. ursoto, near v anee.
H0i;8E-Ko. 83 Fifth
Apply next door.
( 10TTCN flFFICE Apply to E. M. Apper-
v- son vo, no. aoi t ront street.
kJ M. S. McCOliB. 370 Adams
00M Nicely furnished front room, .very
oonvenienee; at Madison street.
LUUM veMrabla large furnished room,
Xt without board; oeutrslly iccated: salt
able Mr two young u.en. Heference required.
Aoureas .i. u. is., care better Carrier no, .
Q NEW COTTAGES In most healthy and
- ae'iraoio part or out, at Mil a montn.
JAMES JAY SMI IH.
No. 318 Front Street.
LARE tiTOllK-Firat Boer and cellar,
with side and rar entransia. No.. ST1
and 9U9 Main street, fossesaion Ootoberlst,
or ooner, u required.
Offices. No. 20 Seoond St.
Kooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Fop-
lar aire-i, orer arug ito e. Ai plyto
R. B. bNOWDKN or J. L. G00DL0E,
38 Madison street.
"LpINE OFFICES-65 Madison street, next
JL to warenaon noiei.
B. M. KSTEB, 85 Madison St.
THREE FL00RS-398 Main street; good
light; with or without elevator: front
and renr entrance.
HOVSES-On and near Walker aven-a,
on Elm wood atreet oar line, fron th.
1st entember. several houses. Irom two to
light rooma, in rood ropair. Apnly at 36
union S'reet. JUS. t-iSJSUW.
TTOUSE-270 Washington 8 rooms and
11 bathro-m.-- Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. 101 Main Street.
No. So Min Street.
No. 207 Main Street.
Apply to JAMrS LKE, Ji., 1 Madison St.
LpURNISDED DOUSE-434 Vance street.
X' Apply on premises.
"DOOMS One large front room, with small
jli room mno targe oioa6t aajoimng, untur-
nisnea, at we v.nce atreet.
TD00M8 Tw. furnished or unfurnished
i-V rooms at 40 Madison atreet.
RESIDENCE-342 Vance street.
Apply a' 33t Vanci street.
ELEGANT newly furnished rooms, bath
room, etc. Inquir. at 116 Court ttreet.
STOREHOUSES The three new first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
ot toe uayesn Hotel. Terms reasonable,
Apply to UAK.UJJNU TON MASON,
0i Madison street.
CHOICE OFFICES On Moond story, oc
cupied for many years by Dr J. W. Nel-
ion. Dentist, onrner Union and Main streets.
Apply t an union street. JOS. LENOW.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-Sultabl. for light
houseke.pinv, N.eor. Sto'ndand Market
tpRONT AND REAR OFFICE -274 Front
1.' Itreot: cotton, room Ann nffin urmi
moaeraia. Apply to
TIMIK, MoflOWA" A TO.
H0?8-?0, 162 Rolinson atreet. e'rooms,
In good 'epair, i ood cistern water.
I good repair, i ood cistern water.
MVKH SNKVT.. aina.-oed t
aak yomr ntatior for Kn Orlirlnal S3 ShoeW
Beware of Imitations.
Hone Genuine nuleaa bearing thl Stamp.
.iAMri MrANti is cunri
alade in Button, UooCTea. and Lac But Calf
pmn, v nexoeueu ui
A postal card aent to
luwiu onng you iniunn
r BtataorXerruory. H
a. n. i
41 ijnooin hi
TMi .hoe standi higher In the estimation of
v-uihm than anv other In thn wnrlil. Thou.
sands who wear It WLU tell ou the reaaon U yoa
J. W. VOEOELI fe CO.
Koch's Pat. Store
NHELVIXO is adjustable to meet any need
nrbuainess. Itia eheBDerthn.n old atvle. Oan
be put up by any one. I'lir-quHlnl for
rauiry anu msuaa eneiv Aaareil
KO( 1 A. n. CO., Hr
841 nti.v ST., PEOnia, ILL.. or.
Slmni.ns Harrlwure' !o..st. Loils.Mo.
KAND MOIKI,, AI.l'WI NPItiaiUN
Kookbridse Co., Va. High up in th
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
lns, extensive and beautifully shaded lawn.
Gas, electric bells, aud all modern improve
ments. Two dnily m-'ils, Dot, telegraph and
express otnees on th. premises. Table the
very best. Luxuriously furnished rooms:
sur.rbbandof music Send for illuatrabsd
riamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for via
tors, June 15th. Walern: Jlum. Chalylmah
and freefone. R.T. WILKI tSON.Man'gT.
J. F. IIOLST & BUO.
(sncCESoOBS TO Q. H. HOLST A BBO.
HATE BEHOVED TO
Ho. 338 f-ECOXD ST MEMPHIS.
A FULL and eempleU stock of Wood and
Metallle Jaaaa and Cui.u. CloUiJo.
rd Cask.U and Burial Robes always on
band, aar Orders by ttUgraph promptly
Mi .1 1:
Aid I ' - A ,VW .',
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDXESDAY.
RliR'S RlVlllVr. SPRFrHkS
avar tj iiiuvinu ui luuu IjU
E LECTBIFTIXtt THE DEMOCRACY
Major MoWhirter's Opinion of the
Brothers Mr. James Pbelan
Beady for Business.
A re or sent alive ot the Appeal bad
a very pleasar.t talk ynterday with
Maj. A. J. McWhirter, State Ccmmis-
siontr of Auninlturp, who is in town
on a brief visit.
"I have heard the Tavlor brothers
f pea lonr or nve times s nee they be
gan their joint canvas," the Major
said, "and I tave been nearly all over
the S ate since tbe meeting' of ihe
Democratic Gnbernatoiial Conven
tion, la all mv life) I bava never seen
so much enthusiasm in the party,
Hnh in making a vnmla,tnl Anaoa
r n.Muwa.u. .auTasr,
and the rof jority wiil remind you of
tbe Rood old times. Wherever be
p aks he has immense audiences, and
bis speeches have a wondeifal effect
Xbey not only Btir men up, bat they
give iheuifotdfor thruuht, and they
are o( such a chtrctar is to be easily
rememDetea. tie bas a way (f 1 iua
trat ng all his points in such a man'
ner as to make his argumsnts as pla n,
as Etrikiog md us vivid as a
pa'ntiog by a master hand. The
dullet subjpctp, the most abstruse
qu' etions, he briDgs out with wonder-
ful cUarnest, and eoaHmirablv di im
he close his worr'g that the most ob
tuse I ave i o (iifliculty in following
"ihe special diapatcbes Ihe Appial
receives irom its cure-pondtnt read
like tairy ttories to a great manv re
pic, Meior," said the jeoorter. "Wha
ig thn rual truth of the matter?"
"The plain, unvarniahed fict is that
Bsb Tavl'ir is waking up this BUie a
it bas never been aroused before. I
have always known thht he was a man
of Unking ability, but be increases in
force ar.d power eveiy day. He bas
to contend w tn a man whom I con
aider to be the foremost U-ipubliran,
not only of Temese1, bnt of the
Siuih. Alf Tay'or is a tow erf ul de
bater, cli ar. forcible and logical, and
yet he is overshadowed, ye',
overwhelmed by Bjb. I tell yon this
not because l watt Mm elected, but
because it is true. 1 bave not exam
ined hisebiliyrr hispowera purt'cle
Wan until you hear hi a next Tuef
day and you will agree with me in all
1 bave sa d."
"I suppose you have heard that
Memphis w.ll (;ive him royal wel
"Yes, Iamde inhted to fled that
cocsiderab e progress has aire dv been
made in that direction. 1 am told Ibat
Lis reception hers will sorpaes any
thing o' the kind in the history of the
cttv. it is as it ougbt t) be."
in torn connection it u v be men
tioned that Gen. A. 3. Vauahan re
queets tbe fcl owing named gentle
men, and all who may feel an intereet
in tbe Hon. R. L Tdvlor, to meet at
tbe parlors of tbe Peabody Hotel fa.
morrow morning at 11 o'clock to mike
arrangements ir next Tuesday's
formalities: w. l). uannon, t,. Law
entteiD, the Hon. I), r. Iladeen, A
Mala'esta, K-uph Jjav r, (ien Co.ton
Greens, P. M. Winters, R. A. Odium,
J. 1. mm, 1. J. U licley. W. J. Oraw
ford, Napoleon Hi I, James M. Harris,
ti. ftl. JNeely, J.imts fhelao, L. t,
Wrieh', JuJse Jsmej M. Greer. D. T,
Porter, J. M. Goodbar, J. Harvey
MktDes, w. U t'lapp, 11. W. Lcak, o.
W. Green, W. F. Taylor, Jofiah Pat-
t. ron, M. G. Gallawav.P, E Hopkins,
K. J. Morgan. J). !. Tohin, Col. Mich
ael Maeveny, Mai. Wes fihea, John
Oveiton, II i.Eilett, H.A.Montgom
ery, Ur.T.H. Yai cey, Julius A. Ty
lor, A. H. Dcul88', Henry J. LynD,
Heny Luebrmann, W. W. McDowell,
J. v. Montedcnico. W. v. lie hell. J.
M Keating. '
Mr. Phel.B Keady
Mr. James Phelan. wbo will bs
elected to Congrets on November
n' xt, returned yesterday from a brief
trip lo Tullaboma, Ttnn. He loots
excfedicgly weU, and is in floe trim,
mentally and physically, for thn can
va8. He will be in town several days,
ai,d, before his depsr ure, all tbe
necessary arrargements for bis joint
ueDite wiin the lion, .ach Taylor,
who leads the forlorn hope of the Ro-
Ennncans, win be made. Mr. rhelan
as received let era from all over tbe
State, and from hundteds in various
pirts of the South, congratulating
n m upon n s unanimous Domlnat on
by b's pa ty, and leading Democrats
here tave also refn felicitated aeon
tdeir selection ft tne superb young
io BururiBiugiy Dnniani
canvass makes his election a foregone
conclusion. No man nominated by
. v T, , j . 1
tbe Democracy of the distr.ci ever re
ceived a beaitier support than will be
Oratanlxaiiosa of a U.mocralic Club
Tbe Taylor Brother. Tom
ICOBEgSFOMDIRCB Of TRB APrRlL.I
Dyerbbobo, Tenn.. Seo'ember 28.
Tbe Demooa ic Executive Committee
ot the Fourth Civil District rf our coun
ty called a meeting at the Courtbouae
laet nlsht for the purp se of oreaniz-
ing a Democratic Club. Ihs meeting
was well attenaea, com Kitting that it
was a ia ny night. A good club was
organized, entitled "Ihe Taylor, G!ass
and Parker Democrat c (Jiub of the
Fourteenth Civil Dst'ict of Dyer
county." The strergtb of 'Ns Fowlkts
bolt is weakening evety day, and at
the November election Dyer cmnly
will come up with a handdotiie ma
jority tor Parker and thestra'ght D-m-orra
ic ticket, as old Dyer has al vays
hereto'ore toae. It ia siid, end the
fact s a mofl a certainty, lha: th 1 R -pub
katisol thn couuty wil- tried li ra
todiy aad n mil a e raLd diti-s for
Reptesent alive aad Senatorial horo s
Ibis wi 1, ar.d very na u a'ly BiOU.d,
make t' e cbantej for tbe elusion of
Mr. J. N. P.rker, tbe regular 1.0 ittee
of the Detnocra ic paity, an abj hit
certainty, aiit is blioved that ('apt. H.
L. FowUes wou d nol be wiHiDg to
aid end a ot in the e'ection of n R-
publican R-preeeititive by split inn
and cts'U biog the Democratic ranks
by tiling s. me cf the votes that wou.il
otberwit-e tupp irt the regular nomi
nee. Capt. Fowlkts is too ccoi a
Deraocra; for the.t.
The Taylor brcitbers are to sneak
here on the 7 h day of October, and
there will doubtb ss be a larger criwd
in Dver burg than wai ever here be
fore. K. L. Txylrr bas a hrst of en
thuaipstic f.itnds and admirers in our
Toe truptee nd Building Commit
tee of the Dversbnrg Ma'e ajd Female
Academy lave made erra e munte to
secure tue money to com, 1 te the fli,e
college bu b ing commented some tin e
ago, and when comp'eted Dyi rahurg
will bave tne 01 the li if Bt ai.d mo.-t
commodiu. school bulldiDgs in this sec
tion oi coun ry.
11 fa ks, jr.. a leading at'oroey of
onr town, has bought him a home in
NaehviUe, and expects to move there
There is do abatement in the im
provement br.om tn Dyereburg.
Col. Tom Neal bas withdiawn from
the wee lor .oa'er, much to the Te
gretol bis many mends in this Flote-
nsi Uietuct. lbe Democra'ic patty in
i'yer county is g euy indebted to
Col. Neal for te sjal hi bas msri-
leetea ma tn goea co hs accom
plished in be! all tf the Democratic
rarty through lha to'umra of AVa't
lal Uazctle. Gods! how he his la d
the lash on tee Doners, and the Demo
era's of the canty applaud and in
dorse him for 1'.
JUthlBf 1.1k. It.
The grand atrect nArade rf the
United Barsum and L-indon Shows
will take place n re on October 4th,
at 8 o'clock in the morning, to be fol-
lowea by two penormincss in the
mammoth tents. Never before in the
history of amusements in this or aov
.11 . . - 1 L. i . '
uiuki ui umr; uae luoro oeen to im
mense snd stupendous a show ts the
one that iSirnum mill pr.sent on that
day. The capital of tee coucern has
been ircteaetd to iH,uuu,rjro,and every
one of the many dopartuitats has
been largely aaaea to, makirgihe
daily expense over $7iK 0. There will
bB three circus componioa performing
in three bis rioge, each f iriv-fivn fret
in niumeier. ana un n Un .v tjH
stsge lixty fet by ei(ihiy fuet; there
wi.'l be the Roman hippodrome, with
its glorious ra- es, is only Bruum
knows how to do it; the mnseuin of
liv ntr curicsitie. with fmnong einnta
dwaifr, etc.; the two immense double
mennterifB, Ihe lift-l:ke reproduction
of dear old Jumbo, with ihe ivorv
bnued aiticulatfd Bkeetan: Aliw.
Jumbo's widow; tlioMiremba bard,
uoupe oi Aracs, ana ntner curious
futures: and there w.H be in addition
the mot t interesting and inbtructive
colUcUon cf immeate l.uxaa beinirs
ever guiuerea togeitar in inn nislory
of the wor'd, ana embtnccd in the Ic-
tt'rnatioral coDsr. m if giai,ts, b?
eides other novelties, wonders and
curicsities collected aftar thtee veaia
of hard labor ry azeuta in all parts of
tne worm, sna eniiBting tne service
of nearly every United S ate Consul
in those pl-'ces. It will ctrtainly be a
grand exhibition, and deserves the
heaity suppor:of all c ss.
WilioMUd Rankin! MInUrU.
AUU AACI lOJ kO lUliOl Kit Ci.ru LU1H HI
re. ent company last n.gutaod laughed
I JhVthl w.mm-' pk- pr8"
sected by tbe programme. Th's coin
pany is especially strong in the song
and dunce line snd in musical sp'cial-
.1 mi J ! - M Tl . .
uea. J.ue aancioK ei uarney fagan
and of the gentlemen wbo ats st him
in the "Belfry Chimes" is the very po
etry of motion itself and elicits repeat-
a ana wen merited encoies. The
Pavanelas have made a decided
hit and the audit noe wiil not suffer
them lo retire until their repertoire is
exhausted. Will on and KaDkin them-
i elves are too well known to med Dar
ticular mention. It is eullicient to say
that they areas amus'n e.as funnvand
as original as of old. Tie cumpany is
one of nnu.ual strength and merit,
and is deretvtng oi public patronage.
Matinee today and night paiformance
as usual. ' r ; - i
THE H AILRO AD.
Bavannab'. Beaoli Kant..
It is proposed to coretfiict a railroad
bom a connection witn'the street car
Bjstem ot the C ty of Savannah, at tbe
loot oi one -pi tiie principal stieets,
liiania In a e .,ilt,aiiiirl ilirdntinn n
dietam e of about fifteen miles, 1 1 the
island of Tyhee. Tha-6HeM' of build
ing tbe road is to alio id r-pid and easy
communication to tbe only good sea
beach within a retainable di-tance of
the city of Savannah, to open tbe isl
and fo the resident) of interior cities,
such as Maccn, Augusta, Atlanta,
Rome, Chattanooga, and numbers of
smaller towns wt.ich are within a
comparatively short distance, and ulti
mately to'establish a winter tesort for
tbe large number ot Northern tourists
wbo pass through Savannah, and for
wtieh a hotel site cf unturcaseed
beauty and tonvenience is rffoided
on the south end of trie island. Tbe
railroad it now under constiuttion
and will be completed and oi en for
travel early next year (1837).
The Savannah. Dublin and Western
tailroad, which wai incorporated nine
months ago, bas been snrveyed and
Kixty-nve miles of tbe roadbed (traded.
It is intended to be a near tn air line
as pots Die, and will pass tbroueh a
muonifl un 1. timhura,! itntintt-tr vliau
there is not a stick amis", end the tall
pjDeg are standing in serried ranks.
A Greenville (Miie.) letter to the
New Oreans 1'kavune tays: Two
rofs terminate here. The Mississippi
River branch of the Georgia Pacific
nd the Louisville. New Uil-ans and
Texas railroad fioin Le'and. It ia a
ssi tied fact that tbe Georgia Pacilio is
to extend its load from (Joiumbus
here, snd when that is done you can
look for two hojss for every one
row. The toad will pass tb rough the
very ricnest country in tee or J, and
why won t Greenville do tbe buMnei a
for that conn ryas far east as Stark-
vile? She will
Closing prices of November options
at Chbago yeseidty: Pork, $9 52.
Lard, JO 05. Clear rib eider, li 30,
nominal. Corn, 3Bj. Whea', 75je.
Oats, 20 J 3.
The Mechanici Savings Bank ef
fected a permanent erganizilirin yes
terday, with the following cllinient
corps of rllkera aud diiecters: M. II
Ka'zenbsrger, presieent; 1. K.izm
lergrtr, caebier, and Napoleon Hill, J.
W. 'c 'orr, W. H. I arroll, John A.
Dou'o, A. Ciben. J. U. Biscie, T. F.
Tobin i.nd A. B. M)ors, directors.
Vibitobs ret 'Charge yesterday: T.
II. Cu ter, Waluus M'-1 1,aw
kinr, 1 ild water, M bs. ; F. M. Gilli
jr, Colliervilli Miis Helen
Walton, Kan" Antonio, Tex.; J. V.
Vann, Hiui'sville, Ala.; S. C. John
pin end 8 tn Fta-k, Hollv HpriLgs;
W. A. Itv ber eon, Molins, Mits ; Miaa
Alice Ribeititiu, Molina, Mids. ; B. M
Pond, New Orleans.
Thb Brad-treet A?ency rsports 150
failures in tne United S at s during
the week ending He). teuibr-r 24, 1HMU,
agaimt 183 lo the precdd ng week, and
140, 201, i04 and 141 in the correspond
ing weeks ol 1885, 1844, 1883 and 1882,
respectively. Middle 8 atet', 38; New
Engiatid Htatn, Sou'hern h'tat 8,
IS; We torn Suts, f9; Pat ill) Staes
a .d T. r itoiiei. 30: Cannda, 31; total
in the Uoi ed Siatsi and Canada, 187.
CrBPUS Chuisti, Tax., September 28,
Private dspAulihS n p lit tbe lots of
the Urg4 four mas ed steam schooner
. D 0 dbury, of Mobile. She went
ashore seventy milja sooth ol Browns
ville and be c me a to'.al loss. The
ciew wars saved.
GROUSD 10 A PULP.
tub AirriL fate op aw uw.
Ghastly, Shapeless Mass of Haman
. Flesh Found on a Levee
a . . il.j i , ,
a Bismcu ktj irom a orakeman
landing on tbe pilot of engine No. 40
of tbe Cberapeakeand Ohio railroad, as
it neaied the loot of Union street on
tbe levee at 11 o'clock list night.
canted the engineer fo reverse Irs
brakes, and he i ucceeded in coming
to a standstill within few yards of
spectacle too ghaetly for description.
What at first appealed to be
A HATS Or BLOODY BSIF
lay in the center of the track, but
mere closely examined a hand, paitof
a foot and shreds of clothing conld be
discerned. Tbe finsers of the hand
wete bent and broken and only part
of the palm leuained clingingto them.
wnat appeared to be a poition of
ONI AKKLC AND HEEL,
four or five toes and an eve could be
seen scattered about through the mass.
The head could not be found, but
brains and p'eces of what append to
be the bonus of the skull could be
seen scattered for a uoz-tn yatrs in
every direction, bixty feet awuy lay
A ill'MAN HEART,
and near it a lacerated liver. The
rails and the f pice between tie tracks
were smeaied with b'.ood. A p.iir of
laced, piinted shoes were picked ud
to one nue, pieces it ciotn and but
tons were scattered broadest. The
clothing was so badly
TOB! AND IILCODY
that it canuot be accurately dtscibed
The coat, however, seemed to be dark
brown, the pants tlaik etriped.and the
material of an expensive Quality.
mere was almost notbing by which
positive identification could be made,
so awful snd complete wa? tbe Co
struction. justice liutteuberg was
BOLD AN INlJURfcT
J . u ' : 1 . : i j . .
"u , UJB Bl
WUI JMUWIUM Up UJO BUAI.urU
I rv a.A. ffVi.. Vn I . . n
r Ttie .., 'na'8 Sa c ' of ?Da.
ne Tom Alexsnder. He said he was
pretty certain that tbe body could not
nave been Biruck
BEKOBB 0 O'CLOCK,
and from that time until it was dis
covered he pa Bud over the spot,
sometimes pulling a d.z in cr more
rats, seven lines. He beard no cry
aud felt no jar, and was certain that
the man must have been lying down
wnen strut k lie tDonont it not un
likely that be bad been
and then placed on the track.
fat MU'ray, b aseman, sa d be was
et inding on the front of tbe engine
when it was cominu up tbe lat time.
and saw something on the track. He
called to tbe engineer to slop and
made thedreadful discovery deporibed.
W. H. BINGHAM Mittinia.
European plan. Knlargcd and refurnished.
mot aoooroing li slse and loca
tion of rooms.
J L Ferguson, Ala J A Hester, Tenn
li A Carter. Ark M M Morrow. Ark
J L Sutton, Miss Miss KM Regan, Ark
Mrs " 11 Regan, Ark H RMontgoinery,Xenn
v u worn jr. lenn i, lioiiiun, ArK
T G Stooss,
W 11 ( hate, Ohio ,
J R Phelan, Tenn
W A Folks aw, Tenn
Ma-ter liriggs, Tenn
II W Rosewarn., Ill
S DChenirs, Miss
W B Moktwen, Mill
, Taylor, Tenn
Mrs A Sivy, Miss
J Reynolds, Ohio
W Leonard, Tenn
R H Ur ns. Tenn
0 A Judson.Ark
E Kahu, Mias
R B MoMahon.M sa
P Dunn, Ark
A H Ivy, Miss
JM Kemp, Miss
C Vaun. Ala
J T limes. Miss
w n v . i
N C Keriiiaon. Ark
W 8' nford, Tenn
M F Green. Ark
W D Welborne, Misl F M Hanaell, Mo
E E Robinaon, Ark W S Graham, Tenn
W G L Rece. Tenn T T Greiorv. Tenn
T E Mercer, Tenn W 0 Flrnn, Miss
Sam Newburger.MIss MiasCNewnerger.Misi
lien Nowburger.Misi Thns Welford, fonn
M M Doland, lean A D Dreyfus. Tenn
J Marx, Tenn John Koehn,
W H Gardener, Misl J M llrinkloy, Tenn
II A Mullallv. Mias Wm B Need ham. N Y
J II Webb, Ky W II Hudson, Tenn
J M Reed, Miss A A Share, Mill
0. B. GALLOWAY A C0.......PsoraisToa
Rates ft W and l-l per day. acoordlng to
in. and location oi room bpiolal
WII Flrnn. Ky
J W Wooldrlde., Ky
J K Bnaw.ll, Tenn
A G Dick. Mo
T B yancey. Tenn
J R Moore, Miss
Walter White, Tenn
S II Pnlnmun. Ohio
Mrs J A Deaton, Miss
J W CShevanelli.Ark
.1 W Foster, Miss
W T Stratton, Ark
J H MoCauloy, Mich
K 0 uwynn, Miss
I Morris, Tenn
H J Frost, Mass
H Hochheimer, Ark
Mrs M Johnson. Ala
K A uosgrove, I
II LSchliainger, (In
Win B Lomas. N Y
A J MoWhirter, T.nn
A B Ctietes, Pa
P A Vi.rher. Ill
V J ilaton, Mass
J B Downs, N Y
A E Weatvelt. N Y
A P Mil i, Ohio
A DGiffln, Mo
L A Lamb, Miss
J L Lovelaoe. N Y
H B Beach, N Y
J M Brown, N Y
G G Wi Hams, Mo
J H Browning. Ky
t'O Arnold, IN X
II II Matlook, Ky
U P K.euVttF. Misl
S Erristern, Va
J B Shaw, N J
LH Cohen, NY
J A Version, Pa
I A Uayiln, Mm
G FKing, Ohio
J Block, Ohio
F M Duval, Tenn
D A Skeor, Ky
B F Hughes,
J P Bach, 111
0 A Dov.v, N Y
L White. Kf -
11 in tuna, li
C M Henderson, Misl W B Swords Aw, Mils
W A Peroy, Miss 0 U Ault, Ohio
G Kohwartx. La J Anewlna. N Y
C T Kvarti, Mo OH lugerson, Tenn.
Tbe New Uay.ao.
FARRINGTON, STEWART A WHITE,
Ratal t2 69 to4 per ,'ay, according t loca
tion oi ruoms-
R Hicks. Miss J Charles. N Y
G II Harrison, Ct R Fink, Tenn
L G Simmons, Tenn J B "ibion, Ala
J C Clark, 111 J Fentress, Tenn
W G Roid, Mass T L Botte, Mias
J W Oorbtn, NY EH Moore Aw, Miss
W P Watkins&wiMiss J 11 Pease Aw, Miss
Miss li 10 foase, miss K Li hniith, Tenn
J C Dnvis. Tenn
J M IUrsor. Miss
Sum White, Miss
I no M Kirk, Miss
Me-h Holts, Ky
1) T il.'7.en, Ohio
V, M ilow, Tenn
K II nmpbell, Miss
J no W Turner, N J
1, Newbornnr, Mias
E Newb.rger, Miss
Mrs E V Kirk, Miss
II Kl'urr, Ark
Eli Blum. NY
B Moses, Ky
H.i bi o Kobbins, Ohio
W M Moore. Ohio
W II Brewer, Mill
A Key Aw, La
J Neaherger, Miss
C N.wberger, Miss
Da fTy'. rnropeao Hotel.
Corner of Adams and Main ttreets. Rooms.
bio, 75o and f I per day: American Plan,
ti per day.
First claaslleiturant in the Tfctel,
J. M. DUFFY 110 years with Peabody Hotel),
W L Lore joy, Ark J H Bibb, Tenn
C J F Wharton, Tenn G W Humphries, Tenn
J M Hay, Ark W A North, Ind
J T Kills, lenn J B I h pnikn, Tenn
L A Marbury, Tenn 1) t' York, Ark
Ed IVOIIIIWOU , Alt
CO Venablo, Tex
W L llorron, Miss
F Smith, Tenu
J W Perkins, Ark
II A Carter, Ark
F J Caldwe I, Tenn
W P Paint-r. Toim
C ET ts, Miss
I. 1 l : . l
J Witt. Ark
C Otientel jr, Tenn
W p painter, Tenn
R A llrown, Miss
L It (lou'd. Tenn
K It VIontgoniery.Tonn
G F Biggs, Tenn
W R Rutland, Ala
H 11 ito hi so n, Miss
J P Woostor, Ark
B Mevens, lenn
A E Hill. Ark
W N Rieavisop, Tenn
JWooifolkiw, Ark JM II anea. Ark
C J Wharton, Tenn P M Morris, Tenn
J A Ues-man, Ara
Otto Kling-npus, Mo
Mrs L Cox Ao. Ark,
J E (lumber, Mias
T Hit-y. Ark
MS Cooiier, Ark
S J Nel. on. Ark
K Bruoka, Mo
II Ab lins. N if
K Wilson. Miss
R E Simpson, Misl
R J Carter, Ark
C B Compton, Miss
0 A Thompson, Ark
0 J War., Mo
E. S LAGER,
Tailor and Importer.
Un. v.-TJr, i I rorK u B0W
D a TAlai, '
Car. Sicond and Jiffarson
BAT AND HOOF.
BaMhakll ajtil. Bewik.
LiTTLt Rock. A rk.. Sentsmhnr "s
The tame ot bill today bstween the
Association nine of thia cltv anrl .
crowd of Memphis amateurs letnlted
vniuauy in nine gooss eggs for the
visitors, the sore beimr 18 to 1 in f.
vorof the aasoc atiou. That one wes
male by a wild btll i i'ched hv
soclst on pitcher in the first inning.
Rumor Stated that Mernnhia
send over her bset meu to play Little
Kock, but the Citv if R i.
too jealaus ot her honors to jeopardize
them in a conlct wiih the Arkansas
baieball c'ub. It was the intention tu
liny renin tomorrow, but th am.
teu sboingto inferior, will In pert
back home toniaht. Toe Aosoilat on
nine will nirunt the diamond in II t
Springs Tnnrslny and Fr.duv, mid
next week play the H . Liii s Browns
heie. AiraiiKOments me being made
far an early mme with lha Uii a o
At Washicgtau bt.Louis.5; Wash
At Philade Dhia-rhi'adelniifa- s-
nu.- " "
At New York-New York. 3: Knn.
sts City, 2.
At M. Louis (morrlnv? ttmel B.il-
tlmor, ht i-oui , 8. Aliernoon
game bt. L ui', HI, Bil imore, 3.
A Proapee-l lor a Ureat Uameo.
St. Louis. Mo.. September 28. A
special from Pbilidelpb a says: Mike
Kelly, the grnern! ut.llty man of the
Cbicigo B.sehalt Club, laid last even
ing in tegarri to ths challenge Issued
by Pret-ldent Von tier Ahe, tf the St,
Liuis American Association Club, to
plxvt.'.e Cbioaaoi for the chamnin.i.
thip of the sror'd: "Mr. Spaulding,
Anson acd mvs-lf bave bad a tilk
about the ma tor, acd Mr. Bpaulding
ea d we were at liberty lo play the N
Louis Browns if we wanted to. We
would like to meet them and rolav
them for the championship ol the
world for from $5000 ti $10,01 0 and
the gate recin's. We know the
Bnwus are a first clais team, and we
do not think we will have an eav
thing of it, but we are anxions to see
just how hard they will ma ko us play."
Tb Rater, at Jerome) Park.
Jerome Pabic, N. Y.. September 28.
J'trt. Eaet One mile. Gleaner
won by a length and a half: Himalaya
second, Bunketone third. Time 1:44.
Sramd Sace. Cbamraa-na ala .
for two teaV W' thres-fotiithe of a
mile. Won by Cr.nnemara by a
length and a half ; Botsie June second,
Belvide re third. Time 1:17.
Third Race The Hunter stakes.
mile snd three-quarters. Mo'lie Mc
Caithy's Last won by twelve lengths;
piona sgcoud, naiaa third, lime
fourth Kac. Handicap, mile and
in eighth. Htonebuek won by ahead;
Pr.c osa second. Sapphire tblrd. Time
Fifth Race 8elling race, mile and a
D'aavvusue auu"in WWII V J m liri'B a
Pontico second, a neck ahead of Phil
La wis, third. Timet 1:521
aixth Aace. Handicap etonnlechase.
short conrae. Judge Gi Hi tin won by
two lengths; Major Pickett second;
Ju'tin Mack third. Tims 1:52.
Flret Day at Newmarket.
Lonoon, September 28. First day
at Newmarket, flret October meeting,
Tbe race for the Hopeful s'akes W8
won by Abtngton flily (St. Mry , the
Duks ot llamiltons fiily Coina'ba
second, Tupin's filly Alida third.
Other etaittrs: Let-vre's colt Coo
Bolide, Manton'a colt Lourdes. Sr.
Mary won by three-quaiters of a
lerg'h, one length betaecn second
and third. Tbe Duke of Westminster's
colt Ormonde, winner of the Derby
and 21X0 guineas, won ths race fof the
great foal stakes; Prince Solly kofTs
colt Meph'Bti second, Duke of AVest
mlnetet'e colt WI ite Friar tbiid. Or
monde won W'th tbe greatest esse by
three leng lis ; White Friar a bad third,
Geotl.men'a Driving Park.
Philadelphia, Pa , September 28
There was a small attendance at tbe
Gentlemen's Driving Patk races to
day. firtt line. Three-quarters of a
mile, Ada won; Hartwlg second,
Bushbrook third. Time 1:20.
titcond iocs Three-quarters of a
mile. Gaorge Angus won; Malaria
second, King Bob third. Time 1:18.
Third Race Mile and a quattsr.
Won by Bale B.; Myrle second,
Alamo third. Time-2:l4.-
J'eriir(A Race. Seven-eighths of a
mile. Kis'er won; Tunis eeond, Gen.
Price third Time 1 :31
Belrolt "Vrt Pre.a" Annlveraary.
Detroit, Mich., September 28.
Several hundred people, today,
availed themselves of the fact t list the
Free I'rm kept open home in ob
servance of its fi'ty-firdt anniverwry.
and swsrmed through Ihe building
seing all that was ti be seen anu
hearing explanations of all that was
unto n. The paner pnblinhed a twenty
page number this morn ing in honor of
the event, nnd tonight a banntiet was
spread and the night force, with vis
it.ir, enjoyed tha hospitality of the
Nalvallon Army Ilooth'a Beceptlon.
ToitoNTO,8pptember28 About 1000
Silvationista from various paits of the
Provincs received Gn. Wm. Booth
on bis arrival here tonight. Although
it was raining, the General's reception
was mrHt entbu-iiirtic. The t-alva-tioniftj
formed in ti rchlight proefs-
dion ar.d eacorted tbe visitors fo. the
Temple. An enormous 'crowd l ad
gathered at the tmple, and tbe vo'ley
flrirK when tbe General arrived there
and at intervals during tbe tubaequent
add ret 8 was deafening.
San Antonio, Tsx , September 28.
Two bovs named Brown and Wood,
aged 13 and 14 years respectively,
have been arreBted ii Seavella county,
charged with munlo'ing a Mexiian
herder snd killing s xty sheep "just
for fun." Joe Burris, aged 15
years, an aroomplice, who stood cn
the watch while the-other boys weia
engiged in tntir bloody work, con
fessed the crime. The boys bave been
jailed at Mucin. -
The I.arirpat, Chofo.it and
conalailng of ail th
WOltatTKI.S lf A Lb
.) and paajcir
Elfjbt Peraoaa Tak.a Wlalfjailj 111
MoNTaoMKBY, Ala., September 28.
Tonight eight persons at a boarding
bouse here were taken violently ill
with vomiting. Doctors were called,
medicines administered and the pa
tients are In a fair way to recover. The
ratise of the poisoning is a myBtery.
Otlur persons who ate and drank the
fame things at supper as the
taken ill are unaiTMtaH. it
is sunprseJ, however, that the
po son wa in the milk. Tbii is the
Becotid time that the same thing h a
happened at the ealne boa-ding hou,,
within a few months. It is alio leemed
thar all the people in another board
ing house ara sick with Ihe tame
symptomi. All who drank milk for
nipper a e eick; hoae who cii not
ate nraU'.cted. S vml had a very
nar ow tsuace from dath. The 8:me
milkuiun eervts both bouHee.
J. G. Handwoiker to Wm. Aleiac
dor, lot 30, 8. M. G ites's subdii ion,
6U feet f orit on Gat s ftrtet by 100J
feet, in Nnth rta.d, Couaideration,
W. F. T. yli r and J. "S. Ford to Mey
ers & Snieo, 92 ai-n s noitheait of the
city cf Memphis. Ielnuitg on tbe
west line tf Moreheid avenue. Con
J. A. Ba'Uy to L uln Burhtgnatii,
lot 1 of G. W. Dukn's suhd vision,
east corner if Bioa way ttreut and
Daan avenue, 41 f..bt f oil on Dean
avei.u, hi the sum ol $;)lt 0
LonlaBucbig'.aui to C. W.Mttcal',
trua ee, to stcur-s J. A. Bailey In tbe
payment of $1000, tame pioo tv aa
T. A. Lamb and wife to James A.
Hughes, lo 8 23 ai d 21, Lamb's sub
divia on, pait (f lot 8(1. Willougbby
Williams Biib-liveitu, $.'ii00
W. M. Mi Ferrn to J.s. S Brown,
Tenth Ds'.ric, 7 airoj. Considera
KxrPreaiilont Artlinr. Hoaltb,
New YoBK,Seiieu.b-r8 K-PieE-iden',
Arthur today It-It t"e etl'act ot
bis journey from New London and
was weak and depressed. He re
mained In bed tut 1 l-te In the lav
and had but H,trJU appetite He did
not sleep weir after his trip. Many
lrlenil'4 called during the day and
evening, and those who desired to
see him were permitted to do sc. He
spoke cheerfully of his condition, but
admitted tbat he I At better at the sea
shore tfcan here, and thought that
perhaps he should tave tomained
This powder never varies. A marvel of
parity, strength and wholesora.ness. Mora
oonomioal then th. ordinar; kinds, and
cannot b. sold In competition with th.
multitude of low Ust, short w.ight aluos t
phosphate powders, Sold only imdan; Roiai,
Bagiao Pown.a On:, le Wfl .N.wVork.
Wf Stily perfect .uD.tltut. fur Mother"!
M lie. Invniui.lila In nhtlmrm Int.nluM
aad T.Othlna. A predlgeetMl rood flit Dya
Kiptlos opnaumptlv.e, Oonvalawanta
rf.ol nutrient in all Waiting OleaaMeki
lUqvlrea no oooklng. Our Hook, Th. Carej
and Feeding of Infant., mailed rroe.
10OLJBEH, OUODALH a CO.. Boeton. Msaa
Among the Northern Lakeo
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, ar. hnn
dreds of delightful places where on. can nasi
the summer months in quiet rest aad enjoy
ment, and return home at the end of th.
heated term oniupletely rojuvenated. Kaoh
recurring aeason brings to Ooonomowoo.
Waukesha, Ueav.r Duin, Frontenac, Oko
boji, Mlnnetunka, Wbite Bear, and innu
merable other charming Incalitiei with ro
uiantio names, tboiisunds of our best peopl.
whose winter homes are on either side of Mar
son and Dixon's line. Kleganc and com
fort, at a moderate cost, ean be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, with all
neesssary tntorina Ion pertaining thereto, ii
being distributed by the Chicago, Vln.wio
iii ako bt. Paul Kailwat, and will beiea
free upon applioatt n by letter to A. V.
Carpenter, General Passer ger Agent, Mi
ALL persons ara hereby warned not to
puronna-i eritfioute No. tslti r ten sharei
Masonio Temple Stock, issued to R. W. Sbal
ton, April It, 1874. a' it has been lost or mll
aid, and Ibaveapp led tor a duplicate.
8. K KlIvLTllV. Administrator.
A. F.Davis, Painter
HAS REMOVED TO
No. 353 Second south of Union.
A. G. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
a aa bboond bt.
Where they will oontlnu. eo sell Haaee Fa
ailhing Good! Cneaper Than Anxh4l
and aa Kasier Xaraiai,
oompl.t.. The I
ovluooa - b