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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALFRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1886.
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! Imwmm to
TAILOR, DRAPER & EIPOR JER ,
Ho. 38 MADISON STREET,
Is In receipt of a larger,
leeted iteck of CASSIS EEES, WORSTEDS, SUITINGS
and 0YERC0ATI5GS, (an
lions.) thai was aver shown
tack camprlie the choicest
and most derails goods In gentlemen's wear.
tfg Samples and Pricet on application to those
who have left measures.
AMUSEMENTS.
HWEKraiS THEATKR.
aM- JoanPH Bioogg. Ihitnr.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Evening.
and batnrdey Matinee, September duin
and October Int ana zi,
'CHARLES L. ABOKEWS'S
MICHAEL STKOGOFF,
AND MINUET fjARNI W AI. CO.
arLn'cnit nrmatlA Comuanv Traveling.
Meg nWo'Dt New Hennery. Gorgeous Coe-
nues. specialty btars.
By a Well Drilled Company or llandsoi
Vnunc Ladies.
Monday, Ootober4tt-LIZZIE EVANS.
Mrs. Florence Finfey Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
DANCING ACADEMY
Saturday. Oct. 23(1. at 3 P.M.
STRAYED.
TVTULEY COW-Wed sides, white etrfneon
XY-L back and split in ears; about6 years
old; f5 reward.
MhH. MATTuKVVS.
218 Tennessee tr.e.
. 10W About 21st September, one common
J medium sisad red cow, about 6 or 7 J ears
' old, marked with underbit in each ear. The
underwiii be suitably rewarded by returning
' to uu manison street. w. n wwuu.
TJ ORSK From 12B Beale street, on Satur-
-t -L day, August zotb. a light sorrel horse,
wnue in laoe. A imerai reward tor nis re-
tnrn to w kh it. H A AUK, V2fi Koele.
FOR SALE.
InURNHURE All the fu-niture in First
1 Baptist Church Pews. Chad and lar.
pets. Apply to Joseph Brmte. Hit Monroe Kt.
-A BEAUTIFUL BUILDIN8 LOTS Near
x btate Female College, or sale on easy
monthly payments, at S4 to S per front foot;
two b ocks from street ears, in ahe most de
sirable suburb of Memphis. Only S50 esh
down required, and balance atwwpermontn.
1. A. iiAMB, 11) Madison street.
LOT I haye a beautiful corner lot. l'Oi
135 feet, in the finest suburb 01 Mem
phis, one block trom ears, in a delightful
neighborhood, which I will sell at the very
low price oi t per root. ' em a r muu cash ;
balance, I2U per momh. Well fenced, with a
new stable no lot. nlendid fc r investment
or Home. T. A. LAMM, 10 Midimn street.
tOWS Two Jersey Rows and One Heifer.
KJ I will sell at F. A. JONES k CO.'s
tjiAiSLfci, on Monroe street, without re
serve, at 12 o oiook in., on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1886,
two Jersey Cows, giving milk and in calf.
Also, a Heifer. AH well fc J and of the
ftest milk and butter familtei.
Terms: Cieh, or sixty days'" eity accept
ances. i ',.. IMK 1.
"lHAMBKR'fi FOLDING MACHINE-But
s little nsed, and in good condition. Ap-
ply at
APPEAL OFFICE.
-f HACK Hrrses, harness knd license at a
J- bargain; part oaeh, and1 balance ia
montniy paymc nt. ,.
Inquire at N. ft! on roe street
THR lea and (xturee of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me-idian, Miss. 'Twenty-five
commodious rooms, wtttiin three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next doer; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be had at a
argain u nppretl lor within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmire, proprietor,
inormin. alias.
TIN Lot of tin, luitaMefor roofing Also
a large ice box. At flabay's, 4'W fht-lhy.
VLD MATERIAL In tbeictorehonses and
senate building, oooupied by B. Low-
nstein k Bros.
must b. removed at onoe.
Apply to
JUMK ltl.ll), liuildor.
XJBaT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
JUOX44, 54 Dean aveaue. inquire on
premises
HHEAP One second hand ROCK AWAY,
nearly as good a. new, at im unl, n t
CEDAR fENCINI P0S8Fnr sale by
W. R. LARKIN, Larsinsville, Ala.
1T7 OODLAWN STOCK FAf-M- Tn thaatnd
VV one thoroughhred ftunning Uorsoi fee
Wai. une 1 rotting Horse; lee, I1U. UneJer
aey Ball : fee. tlM For tSL.-30 llornei.
S Milch Cows, 15 head Butcher Cattle, PeS-
aocas ana nelou-oiana ruvl. llorsca on
pasture, 15 per month: Tegas horses, MM ner
day. Telephone JHWIUPH Hi' H N KY . 852.
WANTED.
G
OOD NURSE
Apply at this ofliee.
POSITION In seme sel'ab'e hui'efs
house from Janu ry-li lsh7 (wholesale
P'eierred), by a Virfin'an, 24.ars old, wno
nffs had the past three years j raoiieul ex
perience as a noo'aeeuer, and tne two pre
vious si manager iu a mnnuiac turtng estao
lishment. Can fnrnlh the ben references.
Ad. Wm. Ne'-Q". jr.. Bov "W.W'chmonH.Va.
QTAMPIiNG ANU EMbROluEKlNG To
kj oraer in oef t styles at
MAY'S EMPORIUM.
TD OOMS Two connecting front roams.
XV second floor, with boajd: suitable for
f two gentlemen, or gentleman and wife.
I'M Madison iti eet.
ififi 0(10I RAILROAD LABORERS
iuu To work o bhcnseld asd Birming
ham Railroad; wages, tl 60 er day; board.
sjuu per ween, inquire a' Hussetivilia, Ala.,
io miles souin oi lai ainnia, Ala
KT')S A F4RP, '.optrttoton.
TTTORK In the etty b ajreneral green-
V V land moulder; references. goed- Ad-
iress ; K. B ,'this efl
wCTUATICN A .nsvrse or housekeeper.
. O Apply at Mt furt hreet.
. CHAMBERMAID - A reliable colored
'.. v onamoerm aid at vx Madison.streer.
,f ENILEMEN B0ARDKR4V
OT , m Shelby ststet.
LADY AGEKT-0ur agent, hare had
such wonderful sueeess jelling Mrs.
Camnhell's Combination Skirt and Bustle
' (some clearing 1150 a month), 4hat we make
his special request for all agea s who want
a steady, money making business, to snd
ttauip .for ataioeue. Also, rurnishini
-Goods. Address E. H. CSmpbeM k Co., !4
'west candolph Street, Chicago, III.
:iiiVEHYBOT)Y-To call and ts hecels-
bratsd Urpsy CUirvoyant, at 177 TouJ
sgtreet. near Koplnr. -
T300MS-Vell furnished rooms. No. 8i
J-S Linden street.
TA 7 ANTEft--Ladies, local or trarelinir. A
VV wonderful entirely new specialty for
ladies only; ll.Jnily easily made; ro photo, j
yS-XTF."?"! ""lenlars free. titiS. U.
ill 1 lt, Mux Ai:i, Chicago. III.
"DOSITION-By a lady as reus e teacher, or
jl. loieaouynunconiidren unslisn branches.
alary expected moderate. Good hnnsila.
gired. Address "Teacher," Colnmboj, Miss.
'A TAN An Intelligent. earnest ntn tn rsn.
J-VJ. resent, in his. own locality, a large re
sponsible souse. A remunerative salary to
runt party, steady position Refinances
exeaanged. American Manufacturing llus,
id Barclay qi.,
QALESMEN In .very State in the (J ioa
P to represent a PAIUT MANUFACTVR.
INtt UtiIAbl.iSUMli.VX Having several
brgoiALYiMB thatare poaular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled aloae or in connection
witn other goo4. Addnoss TUK wm. H.
PRIOF MANUKG. CO.. BALTIMORE. Ml).
"OCCUPANTS For frontcoom. with dress-
Ing room, southern espsfure, in private
iamuy, conven ent to busmms. Address A.
cerC"rrir Isve Waaiiiiigton.
OTTCN SEKD WAV TEI. Hulls and Meal
s luraaie chsp at OLOUE 01U WUttKS.
A MAN T take in office and represent a
manniooturer; SftO per wek; small
casual required Address, with stamp,
Box 70, Wet Ai'ton. Mass. "
1 nOfl LES- FEATHERS-Bifhset cash
XJ nj r-.,,e p, br n BAY, Meophia.
EVERYroriY TO KNOW-That I will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD t,Tr lh.
hu'J
filed
next thirtt das for tl 50,
A. WEfSON,
243 Main sreet.
LD G0LD A SILVER For cash or eg
sbsngtl. M b LFORD, Jew. or, 'tH Main
1
HCMUT A RIDGELT, )
nor 6 Trl64 And bettor
this seasoa's Import-
In thli market The
designs, finest textnrea
FOUND.
POCKET BOOK-On Mala street, contain-
Isir some money. Cll at fH-Ma'n St.
PERSONAL.
DR. 0. J. fiCElHRER, Surgeon Chiropo
dist, 211 Main street. Sixteen years
eraotioe in Memphis. Charges moderate.
Ca'l and see him. Office hours from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. (Sundays from 9 to 12 m.
FOR SALE, KMT OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NEW ST0PEU0U8E-At Bur-
ronnded Hill. Arkansas, the belt eotton
region in that State. eiahiy-flve miles from
Memphis and fifty mi es from Little Rook,
on me in. ana l. n. it. iv. Apply to
All). 11 AlAiTiO OA.s leOD.
A 'so. Rercrtl Btook Ranches, in tirand
mi ii a s a es u sj'n u i m
STRAYED OR SiQLEN.
C10W Medium sisd red cow; crumpled
J horna; crop and an underbit on each
ear; left lat Frid y, September 24th. Will
pay a liberal reward on br return to me at
lutnwonn neme'cr. i-emr. rrniiUSUN.
ROOMS AND KOARIi.
TO0M A larce eUeant front mom. on
ground floor, unfurnUhed, suitable for
gtntleman and wita or a couple of single
gt)nuemn, wiib ooara. st
(o a a m s siren , corner ot tnird.
TAESIRABLE ROOVS-With boa'd, at
I 72 MADISQM T.
T3 OOMS Detirable rooms, furnished orun-
X M lurnitntd. witn board. Hti Mnrket St.
TICE, newly furnished rooms, with very
l h.wi n"wrn. aT rtn. ni uourt street.
TjLKASA NT, unfurnished front room, with
J. board; terms leisonabli; 87 Court st.
lJ OOMS Furnished rooms with board.
O , 121 Court "reet.
OT. JAMES HOUSE 68 Ailnm. .!..
O Board and lodging, $5; day board, fiO. t
Ti"LI0IBLKRO0MS-Withiuperior hoard,
JJJ twnbl'icksirom Oayos" Hotel .!m Shelby
DEAUTIFUL front rooms, slnila or an
ID suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without bord; otaer rooms, llM Hsi Tomtit.
LJO'IXS With or without board; terms
1 V 1
1 reasonsble
141) MDM)N ST.
FOR RKNT.
QTOREHOUbE-Four story and basement
tw storenose ro iiis t roct street.
MALLOWY, CHAFQkD k CG.
O OOMS-Well furnished rooms, No. 81
JLH Linden street.
BRICK RESIDENCE For rent or lease,
No. 85 Madison s;rett. nar Thinl. oc
cupied by t-e late Dr. U. M. lludd-.ko. To
a reliable party the property will be esed
lor one, two or tnree yenrs at a low rent. Ap-
piy to j. p. snuivswH. menen g t;o.
Uf SAW COTTON
C5U KawMill.
GIN And HWFeet
r. L, WARNER.
COTTAGE A niee new cottage with four
J rooms, large yard. ood cistern and all
en- venirncef No. 135 Ross avrnue. Apoly
to jars. c. uumian, mo. uu Manassas street.
"O OOMS Two nice furnished rooms, for
L u single gentlemen 17 poplar street.
pvNE-HALF OFHOUSE-SniUblefbrlight
nonseReeping. ucsoto, near t anoe.
T-TOUSK-No. 8S Fifth street, Ctiolsea.
-LJ- Apply text door.
f "IOTTCN TFICE-Apply toE. M.Apper-
son x uo., no. Mi t ront street.
LARrtK HTOR E First floor and collar,
with side and rar entrances. Nos. ml
and S03 Main street. Pe.ae.aion October 1st,
or ooner, ii required.
OflSces. No. 280 Second st.
(looms tor light Hoosekeeplng, No- SvG Pop
lar street, over nrug do e. At ply to
R. B. SNOWDEN or J. L. GOODLOE.
38 Madison street.
FINE 0FFIfES-fi5 Madison street, next
to Clarendon Hel.
B. M. EST Kg, 3-5 Madisoc St.
rpilREE FLOORS-
t;,g,
J- 1
liifht: with or without nlevRt.
ront
and re-.r entrance
HOUSEN-On and near Walker avenre,
' on Elrawond street car line, from the
i. , . . . i w j . I
eight rooms, in good reuair. Annlv t 3fl
union street. JOS. LENCW.
TJ OUSE-220 Washington S . ; 1 roemn and
i-.s. natnrom. Apply at i: Poplar St.
STOREHiit'SKS
No. KWMaln Rtreet.
No. lie Main Street.
No. 207 Main Street.
Apply to JAMbS LEE, Jg., 4 Madiejn St.
T7"URNISHED HOUSE 434 Vance street.
L A pply on pre ui wes.
TD00M8 One large front room, with small
room ami large closet adjoining, untur-
nisneq, at one vance street.
J300M8-Twe furnished or unfurnished
jlh rooms st so Madison street,
DESIDENCE-342 Vance street.
i Apiy a' 3:t4 Vance street.
"LpLEGANT nowly furnished rooms, fcath-
j-ii room, eio. inquire at no uourt street.
CTORE110USES-T4ie three new first-class
Dtorenousea on mtifv afreet. nnpti
of the Gayosn Hotel. Terms les.oneole
piyto iAiiniiK ivx masom,
6H Madison street.
CHOICE OFFICES-On r-.cond story. Oo
cupied for many years by Dr J. W. Kel
son, Dentist, corner Union and Main straeta.
Apply at3S Union street. JOS. LENQW.. '
DESIRABLE ROOMS Suitable for light
housekeeping, N.oor. Seo'ndand Maraat
FRONT AND REAR OFFICB274 Front;
street; cotton-room and offioo; terms
UIVUVI.Wi ASI11J W
TOOF. MrflnWf J, PA
3901 a"v fee OrtcfnwJ $g BtaaaW
--. Bewsreof Imltatlona. SZ Z
Bfaa Genalae bearing thl.Htaaui. .
AMES MEANS' 83 SHOE.';
ausseln Button. woawreaaand Lace. BntCaV
rf. vnoxoeueainsasra-1
Mty,Comfortmd Apixar
fUfx. A postal card sent to
win tinngyou Inrorma
n tiow to got this Shoe la
j Biuto or xerruory.
J. jleans & CoJ
41 Lincoln BU
Hngtun, juss.
ThM aboe etaniM higher ta the estimation of
umiawhamoarltwiutelljou tuoreaaonllvoa
lywii.i ih.ii .iit diiut u 1 11 u worn,. iimn
. ask tneui.
g. W. VOEGET.I &, CO.
J. P. HOLST & BRO.
(B0CCE8MOAS TO O. B. HOLST A ABO.
Funeral Directors,
HAVE BENMTED TO
So. S39i hECOD ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL and eomplet. stack of Wood and
Metkllin u'a.A. anil tins CALB- fltntK.fln..
red. Caskets and Lor.sJ Koees always rp
Orders bv telegrah promntir
A. G. RHODES & CO
Have Removed to
a G a BHOOND so?.
Where they will oontinu. to sell Hons. Far
nilhing Goods CneaperTban Anybody,
and on BaW Trm.
a
Y s
M
17
m. i TLX
'!- 1 -tfSSW
TOE: AUTUMX CAMPAIGN.
THE TWO TICKETS COMPARED
: BT AM OLD TIMER.
Fbelan Arousing Enthusiasm The
Grand Opening to Be Made Next
Tuesday Night.
"The Legislative campaign seems to
be a little slow in openioR," remarked
an Afpaal man to aa oldtimer yeeter
day. "But it will boom when It does
open," was the reply. "You aie going
to see a repetition of the Aogiut vic
tory next KoTcmbtr. The ranvase,
though, will b much livi-litr. Firot
we Lave the Taylors. Thtir debate
here next Tuesday will warm things
np, and about 4 o'clcck on the day
of the elf ction the daikies will believe
in old Wiggins sore enough. They
will be shaken up in the liveliest kind
of way."
"What do you Ihink of the two
lickete?"
"The Repablxatu did the best they
could. I suppose, but their Ket for the
Legislature ia the weak' st I ever raw,
and won't bear comparison with that
nominated by the Democrats. Tbey
have a couple of intensely Republican
darkieH, and two or tbrea others who
are uknowo for the Lower Houe, and
had to fall back on two very we 1 worn
Republican politicians for the Senate;
clever, gntd men, I have r.o doubt, but
backs. It i hows p'a nly that there is
no new blrod, to life in ihe pa'ty. It
is es dead as Hector. Wbat wew.nt
'o do ia to butv Ihe corpse out of
right."
'And what do you think of the race
f.r Congress?"
"It all goes along tog tber but
Pre'an ia me central spirit. He will
create bh much er,tbu ias!n as be did
in bis own race for the nrmira'ioo.
He will give a ctiin tone ti H which
could not olherwite have been g ven
it, and there is not hamlet in the dis
trict that will not l e waked up. I
pii l a v'sit the cthtr day to Cov
ington wbera ha speeks . on
Saturday, ar d tbey tell me Le wilt
cany thH coui ty by a good majority
and that the Republican major.tr in
Fayette county will be whilled down
conside ablly. HtrJoman will more
than bold her own and Khelbv will
give him not less than 3r00. Hi and
the whole-ticket will be eltc'id."
Bob Taylor'. Kereptlon.
There is such a w d spread interest
in the pending State canipaUn and
such a general de:ire on the part ot
nnr f.eop!3 generally to meet the Hon.
itoopri Li. xayior, jjeraccratio nomi
nee for Governor, that at the sna
gestiou of Gen. Vaoithsn the fllowinc
gentlemen hav been Bitlected to set as
a Keceplion (jommittce, on Tuesday
next, at me reaiooy tio'et u mtrc-
doce visitors and friends:
John Ove'ton, lr., chairman.
Kellar Anderson, F. T. Anderson,'
T. n, -Anderson, J. K. Beasley,
J. W. Bruoe, . 8. P. bowdre, ,
W. P. Brown, ' L. E. Burns,
Win. Bowles, Jan. M. Bradley,
M. A. Cochran, J. W, Corrin, .
W. L. Clapn, .T. Carnes.
Oen.II Cunnlnsham. J. J. Duffy.
J. S. Dunscomb, J. P. Kdrington,
Jos Edrington, - i T. Edmondson,
T. K. Farnsworth.jr., B. II. Freeman.
S. L Finlev.
H. J. Forsdick.
J. W. Fulmar.
C N. Orosvenor,
W, A.. Gage,
Dan Gonsburter,
R. C. Looney,
K. C. LaUgche,
P. Molntyre,
u v u
T. M. Haibreath,
ll.ii. Uoyer,
Lawrence Lamb,
J. 0. Loonev.
X. H. MoKeynolds,
A. M. Mo Millan,
H. R. Mont ornery,
N. Malatesta.
i. . ui, i.iurnn,
J. D. Montedonico,
J. a. menken,
H. M. Neely,
, J. II Martin.
R. W. Nicholson,
M. R. Patterson, '
W. A. Percy,
F. P. Post .n.
S. II. Phillips,
V. 11. Raine,
John B. RobinFnn.
J. 0. Nly,
M.I. McDoaell,
J. L. Norton, .
J. J Polk, -
P. T. Porter,
W. L. Parker,
H. A. Peoner.
J. C Koges,
O R. Griffin,
S. W. Green,
. Jas. W. Richardson,
Warren Galium.
1. is. rnowdiin,
D. J. Shrivor,
Win. Schoor,
F A. Steinellar,
John K. Speed,
John S. Toof,
Macon Treierant,
W.S.Titus.
T. L. Treadwell,
B. Vaooaro,
A, Vaccaro,
John T. Willing,
11 1). Waniner,
Richard Wright,
T.A.Wright,
L. E Wright,
Ike Watts,
F. L. Woodruff,
J. 8, Warren,
A. M. Wood, jr.,
Henry WaUch,
E. Lehman,
John League.
J. M. Goodbar.
Thomas Graham,
S.J. Hays,
l.ee Hunt.
T.J. Hunt,
Wm. V. Hill.
C. P. Hunt,
f? 5- Jart.
i-"ou?lt
V. 1. Harris.
f.rnh.Jlawl"I"
T. 11 Hartmus,
J. r. llolut,
John B. Houston,
R. W. Harr s,
J. B. Jones,
Levi Joy,jr,,
F. G. Jones.
J, L Kerr.
M. Katsonhrrger,
E. A Keeline.
H. Lowensteiu,
TKANSFERS.
Dudley Dnboe et al to Ovation A
Grosveror, b ocfes Ncs. 40. 41. 21. 22.
pin oi i.. pan or tz, part 01 4 i. Dart
of 20 aod tola Nos. 21 ard 22 of Dunn's
first ana second subdivision and Du-
Direstuudivison, on Middle stieet,
union avenue anu uti'O'e avenue,
opurg street ana rnn rigeon Keoit
rjRd, f jr tha eura of $o309.
Francis H. Williamson and wife.
irnsi aeea 10 jh. u. ire!ivar t, trustee,
to secure Mrs. L ziite Willing in the
payment of two notes, eg' h for 1850.
. i , i . -t m
prt of lot No. 11, F. W. Smith's sub
division, 40 feet front, on the west side
of Cyntnia street.
J. M. Brinklev et nx to R. B. Pnnw.
den, part of original lot No. fif5, 25
ieei ir.int, on toe snutn side of Jell
son straet, by 148J leet deep, consider-
,A'ion zuuu, warrantee deed.
w.r. Williams to w. j. tlgz?n.
trustep, to secure Walt & Bethel, r f
liJOf Arc, Arx., in tne sum 1 1 ! vtu 7fi,
sontbweet coiner of Third and Court
street, wst tide of Third, 1484 feet
e,qare.
LAW REPORTS.
-Clrcalt Castrt-Kates, Jaela;
Callendar for today: 9138. Carv
jlndeison vs Jules Terry: 9139. Jto.
McAssoy vs A J. Biiclv : 9140. Wm.
fi libert vs T. T. K.Tdttin : 9141 . J. J.
hhear.vo Kjbt. GeldBby; 9142, Dam
mon& Cdne v P. Twonirr et al:0 43
C. We at her ford vs A. Godsey et aI;
who, r. w. McKitrtcK vi J. Ii. Klater;
9140, ExuolBior furniture Company va
Dau'l Ames etal; S147, Garden City
Davis Comjiatiy vs Jno. J, Duffy ; 9149,
ja&iutf iijirrif'l, VH rr . a. Krmkr.trri
9150, faxing District s J. C. Curry;
9161. Taxing District vs J. C. Carry;!
9152, Taxing District vstephen Dean:
s.amgwiincjvs n . iow; 104.
J.HX1I Wt IJ HtrisfT. V l-f 11 tnntnn U I K7 I
Taxing-Disriot
lily, S"
Taxing Dia ritt vs T. 8. Mallerv: 91ISH.
Taxing Districtivs Jno Merg e; 9159,
Tax'ng District vs Hardy Vm's; 0101,
taxing u siricc vs Mixa u JSeat : 91H.X
faxng Diatrict vs Pacific Express
company :IU4. xaxirB vmt ct v H.
K Rmtey;91t5, Taxing DUtrict vs
V. C. Schwa'mev.er, 9106, Taxitg
DstrictvsP. Tw ihig; 9167. Taxing
District vs Jno. Walsh; 9100, N K.
Fairbanks & Or. vs Jr.o. J.'Duffv:
9173, Mary tlcolUn vs Ja. Beollan;
9175, Geo-ge Thompson va C an
Thomp-son; 9176, Joo Morlan vs
Meniptits and Liltlo Rock ra lrrari-
9198, Angeline Brown vsFot9r Biown.
lierntHss Itnpilal Coiilerrner.
Datscit, Mich., September 30. Tha
General L-ontfirence of tbe Getman
Bsptig'i of the TJcited State begin its
meeting this morning by electing the
Rev. E. M. Dickmsn, of Piitsbnrg, is
moderator and tre Kev. w. u. liabe.
Boffa'o, and the Kev. R Hot tiler, of
Morrisania, N. Y., as recording eecre
taiy. Routine buiiness was tracsaited.
including the bearing of the repott of
tne f ubiicatirn Uommittee. ice con
ference will last four or five days. '
AMUSEttENT?.
MimAEt, ST060FFn AT THE
HEW HEIPUIS THtATEB.
or Wlssdawt" Llaale Kvaaa
Baramna ttreas.
While iRchatl Strogoff was more gor
geously presented when first on the
stage here several yea s po tbsn it
was given last night, it must be ad
mitted that the latest ptrioimance Is
bv far the most catiafacory. Then an
effort was made to do it iu a style im
possible on each A stage as ours and
in a manner beyond the scope of Mem
phis. The scenery was too tall
and too wide and was spoiled
in the cutting. The joung women,
who wtre collect dfiom the tiighaayg
and byways, wtre awkwan and
timid, and their lu-n'shed tights, like
hand me downs, failed to lie them.
Ad eli'jrt was made to do t o much
and ihs result aa) a farce. Tbo billet
wds soperb, but the march, inahitfi
the novices attempted to take part,
a miserable failure. The comp.iny
wbit-L appeared last night was mm h
sxa'ler aud t"ie scenery lo liirg like
so gorgeous, but the rerfotmance was
smoo h and ent re'y Batitfai toty to
tbe audience While from a spoitrca
lar standpoint it wai not striking,
nary of the scenes went very
pret'y, s-ime of them slriki. gly go.
The c.stumlng was hauls ime and
taiteful, the leaili.'g par's well tilled,
tbe women attractive, tbe specialties
excellent and t1 e f nltrta nment aa a
whole well worth the money. J. Hay
Coscar in the tit e role mude a g od
Imi reis on. ll is a fluiehed ic or,
and p s esses no liltlo dramalic power.
Miss Ceii'e Rush admirably filled
the prt;of 'Marfa," and R. G.
Guptul madn a pas-able ''Ivan."
Mits Rtt O'N-al'H "Nadia" was
fatitfitctory. K A.Locke mtdahit
as "Uornei us u Buen, " bin 1'unch
Kobertson's "Philip Philp .t" was en
tirely too uproariously funny. Mien
Maggie Rinaldo wis rather a cumber
some premier, bit the corpbyr. es b:-
traysd aimiraoie training. Hie Amer
ican Jap is the best juvgler seen here
in years, and Kisseli's lightning drill
is an excellent feature.'. The perform
ance will be repeattd tonigl t, at mat
inee t nioi row and tomryruw nigh
I a i
Bohsont'rnaielnib"a ryUlves
os wiDair."o
IsractAL to rai Arrtit,.
Pittbhuro, Pa.. Sectember SO.
Robson ot Crane may truly be said to
nive made tne lilt ot their uvea with
i hair production of Merry Wivet of
Windsor at the opera houss here to
night. The nonse was n led with an
extremely critical audience, who wr
unusually cold daring Ihe earlier
scenes ot the play. As 'it advanced
tbey warmed up: and by Ihe lime th
thrd act was reached they were thor
ongniv entnnsi'Btic. Mr. Crane
"sir John Fa's sff " a a a remarkably
ciear per'onation; an toe more s
from tbe tact tbat he had never seen
the play performed in his life. Ha
brought out the urxtioness of the
chsMi'ter fully, and his reading
ii nis n. ei was' "marked uv
perfect intelligence. His fnake-up w as
very gnod and be iooked th fnt ktght
lo peiieirion. ins-CBoeB wun"lord
anu when put in th buck l asket
li;t?d tbe beartieBt applause. Thirty
one years ago Mr. Kobson layed
"iMaBier Aorarn wender" to the "bal
staff of Bar jne," Joe. II. Hackett, In
S . Ixus. To night hr pUyed the
part witu a bashful d llideuce that
was indescribably droll and cDtivat
ing. He ehonn in It with more than
looked-Mr brilliancy and dressed it
with his csual a ceo racy. . Ho evoked
bis full snare t f the iiiahis aDDlause
and his. quaint bumor never provoked
more merriment. Tbe company gave
exciimt supporr to tne star.', eepoi
ally Miss Seliua Feter. who wai tbe
"Mis r rs Foid," and May WldroD
the "Mtetress P.g?." Mr. Harrin,
as "ford." and llandy.ides.
a "Pig1," dressed and acted
very menu riouslv. At the close cf
the pt-rformsree Mersrs. K .bson and
Crone were introduced to Marius AT
exander, who is livirg hire in retire'
ment. 'ine old sentiernsn is vo viars
old snd wt s an actor seventy-five years
ago, ne pronounced tne production
tbe perfus ion ot stage art ai d said.
while tbe standard of r-lrakeepexre
ttanedy is upheld by many leaders of
tbe etec, it ia a singular fact trat Rob-
ton S Urane are tbe only comedians
who have discarded tha idiocies of tne
oii'Uern acrohatio bunaouiery and de
vote their talents to the exclusive iu
terpretation of Shakespeare in comedy
UuBie Kvassa
Commencine on Monday next Miss
L'tse Evans will play an engagement
ot one weK, witn Haturdsv matinee.
at tbe 3few Memphis iTheater. She
ill open in ber new corned v. Sen
oanot, miss ivass nas played in this
city on several occasions and has be
come quite a favorite. She certainly
nee tbe advantage of youth and beauty
on her side. Besides, ahe is one of
tbe moetigrareful little women in tbe
proles ion, and everything she does is
natural and pleasr g. fche lias popu
larized peveial playn Fogy't Ferry and
others ind hBs never vt lefi a dls-
HKreewuiei iniprHeeian on tier audience.
Her support this season is raid to be
excellent. The repertoire for tne week
will he as follow: Mondav, Tu-sday
and Sttuirday matinee. Sea hnnh;
Wednesday and Tbrsretiuv. Fomi'i
Ferry: Friday and Siturdav. 77k Cul
prit Fay.
The. 4f ant or WobsLerJnad.
All unfuod d or malicious report
to tbe contrary notsvithetac ng, every
tent and euvetike. everv eiant ard
trea'ure from wonder and, every ani
mal, artist and act of the Great Bir
num and London Show will be forth
coming in th e icity on Monday next,
and the indications ro:nt lo s tremer-
dous iiflox of people to ere lbs grand
dree street D.ad and ero.H tha gtn
, . v - -
ons canvast a. Mes-r.'. r. T. Bar-
inm &
Co. reoonaige the fact tbat
Memphis is a genuine and liberal me
tropolis, folly enli.led to as c mplete
exbiti ions as have eer beeo given in
any ether city, and they will be given
upon a grand scale of unprecedented
grandeur and vaiitity.
Thearnumand London Show ex
hibited at Nashville na the 2d of last
Jure, and one of the tditoisof tbe
Daily American, in referring 10 the
event, remarked : "The simple fact i
that Nashville never saw a show until
t came, and each will nadonh'edly
be the verdict horr, while the philo-
aopbtp minded will wonder wtth Arte-
mns Waid wliy it is that it take three
grown up persons to escort one child
to th circus.
Subscribe lor tbe "Appeal."
MOSEY FOR JMI'lllx
SEAkLT TWO MILLIONS fUOL
PROFIT IN FOUR YEARS.
The Big Etal Xa'de by tasley, Kill,
Heel, Foatalne, Tate
and Smith.
The details of the purchs e of the
Pratt coal and iron mini a with the
property of the Tennessee Coal and
Iron Cojopony, of wbich a britf men-
lion was made yesterday, are of tbe
most interesting description to Mem
puis, ine aeat was tne oi truest ever
made in the Soutb, and will result in
bringing ta Memphis nearly $2,000,000
com earn.
In 1882 Col. Enoch Ensley, Mr. T.
H. Miiburn and others turned their
attention to Birmingham and invested
money in property about the Pratt
minis, which were tbe ptoperty of H
F. Debardleben. Tbey afterward
bought him out and bonaed tbe prop
erty, lealixirg erough from their sale
to pay them back nearly everv dollar
tbey bad expended. The Mi, burns
recently said out at a large tr fit and
tbe turci asers in torn mads an im
mente turn by the tutn just mude.
ine cipi ai biock ci tns concern
was fixed not lore tan at
$2,200,0.0. Of this amount Enoth
Kcsl-y held alnut (H)000. J. 0.
Nelv & O". about $000,0,10, Nanolenn
Hill 200.00D, No sn Fontaine $185,-
t (JO, Sam Tata $103,000 snd J, H. Smith
$J5,000. U. lii i was about the propor
tion, the whole amount cf stoc k held
by the gentlemen boing tl 800,000 In
the trade they obtained about face
value, all tf them selling completely
out except Lol. r.csiey, wl o was ton
valuable a man' on a.count of his
familiarity with tbe property and its
management t3 giv up nt pn sent,
and Mr. Hill, 'ihe firmer will ron
tinus as preridnt and tbe latter wll
ba one of tho Board of Dircc o-s. It
is sate to fay that the Memphis opei
stars cleared a col $175,001) by the
trailer ction.
This actio a combines two of the
mo t valutble properties in the Hoti'h
and nmkes the lewett iron and c ke
making enterpriB) siu h of tbu Ohio
rivir, having tn hkoos I tit operation
five large blat furnaces snd with the
rapit.l provid d for the immediate
c-rectioa of five additional fnrtace
with an increased daily output of
neatly 1000 tons cf iron, This consol
iilated company owns perhaps the
latg?Bt lion snd coal property in the
w. rid, aud iti possibilities and cup
rilitei ars s mply uotim ten. The
new orpaniitticn is: Enoch Ensley,
pretldent; T. T. Ilillman, viteprsi
dent; J. Bowror, treasurer; A. M,
8ho k, general manacer; C FUsher,
rerretary, and fl. Baxter, jr., chairman
Executive Com m ttee.
Co'. Eacch Eneley, who was the
president of the Memphis Gaslight
Company for many years, conceived
the idea ot bringing together these
valuable deposits of oral and iron ore
in Jetiersoii county, Ala., tbe nninci
tion of which resulted in making the
Pratt C al and Iron Company tbe
pride of Alabama The prop-Mty crn
sisls of about 95,000 acres of mineral
lands, of which 70,000 in the Warrior
Held are underln d with tbe celebrated
Pratt coal, and 4000 of tbe Helena
vein io ihe Cab ah i field. Ort this
proper y are the Pratt niln-s, situat?d
six milts eoai h west ot Birminglinm,
a'id are connected with the c ty by a
railroadbelonging to the onipiuy, ot
standard game, laid wnh sixty pound
eteel rail; and in addition there are
about twenty-five , miles ete inlaid
gauge lailrnad track conneiting the
vaimus tuir ei. lor the purpose of ac
commcdatin tin busine:8 ot the com
pany. Six locomotives are on tbe
railroads and about 150 cal, one first
tlisi aud four second clais paeeeo
ger cars. On this pr.perty
ara open elev n diuorenc cm!
mines, with a preseut capasily
of 3000 tons a day, and when tt e pres
ent openings have lneti completed
they will have a capati y of 5000 tons
a cay. These mines tre an tuny
equipped with train, tracks snd tars,
pumpB, air c impresses, urine, mining
macbints, h ii-ting burkhs, inclines,
(but s, bins f.r storing coal, snd
evert thing else uecesearv. There rre
on ihe property abou. 500 tenement
houses, etorehous s, blacrcsoi tuslinps,
massz nes, about 100 beeiiive cokeaud
twelve patent ovens. There are about,
1500 acres of ore land in JeUe sm,
Bibb and Tuscaloosa c lUnties. Tbe
ere land in tne latter two counties is
mostly brown ore. Along the line of
ihe various railroads above Burning
ham there are twelve or fifteen miies
of the red oie. la JeflerHoa county,
oppiBite Birmingham and below, the
company own seven miles of the bebt
part el tbe Ked mountain, on wntch is
a V' in ot red ore irom e got to tw nty
two feet t'itt k This is tne choice ore
section of Alabama, ine company
have two mines op n on this property,
one at Hi lman and one at iteuJitig,
each wi'h a capac ty ot out) tons a day
Tbeee mint sard aitua ed in close prox
im'tv to tbe Alabama and Great
Southern railroad.andto the Loulsvibe
and Nashvil e railroad, and ' can ship
bv either road, la the immediate
Vicinity of Birmingham there sre two
blast furnaces, one 16x03 feet, the
other 18x76 feet, witn live best blow
ing engines, five brick itovts of latest
and ibtst build. Also ail the neces
sary outhouses for operatives, with
about ninety-five acres of land, which
at this time is very valuable at this
mine. Tim largest cf these two fur
usees has the tecord of having made
an average ot la.i tons per day lor
tbiny consecutive days aud having
mauu as high as loo tons in one day,
which is the largest record cf any
furcaoe in tnettnuih. The iron from
tueee iurt.acos is Known as the Alice
biand,, which is not equaled for qua!
it y by any otber brand south of tbe
Ohio river. The contemplated im
provements of ihe Pr tt mines ae to
bs beated at a new pltoby the name
haevley, glUr the president oi
the company. They will be
mr twenty fjet blast furnacea with
four Wuiiwell sioves, th-eo blowing
engines eacn, and mil Decenary
ontfit t) make them the mo.t com
plete in the Bjutb. One thousand
new coke ovena with the necesrarv
cars, e V; , f jr handling coke : four new
coal mines, one shaft and three slopes,
an oi which wi 1 cost over 1100 000.
Tbe improvements that will be made
on tbe property in Tennessee wi I be
at fc'onth Pittsburg, one twenty foot
Pleat lurnace, tbrea W hit well stoves.
two blowing eoginer, and evervthioa
ailse needed to make it a toxpletu
plant. New ore mines at Ininan, new
cost minest in tbo Htquitcbie Vallty
nrat couth Pi tiburg, uleo 500 new
ccke ovuns and necsaary railroad
trnti5(o connect all mines with fur-
racer. The value of the consolidated
properties ia estimated at from $15,
(100,000 to $20,000,000. The Tennessee
Coal and Iron Company, with which
it is consolidated, Las in ibis (State
about 170100 seres of mineial lands,
three blest furnaces completed aud
in operation, 650 . coke ovens;
the coal mines at Tracy City,
the cspecity of which ia about
E. 8KAGER,
Tailor and Importer.
7viii f TOCK aow oompleta. The Largogt, Choloe.t and
XovitItik ? i7a.s?5,I2t'..,!..!pl"' "''" of aU U.
NOVaLTlKS IIM riNCK SI I 110US1, WOHSTEIIS II ALL
. Tint utkit srvLits, ovkbooatin"si a"d VaScr
. PANTALOONS ia great variety, all of tbe LATEST DESIGNS,
latroddoed by tke l1' Importer, of Kngl.nd, Kranoe and Ger
!?'" J. . ,i.,T4:iAa. SIRIS thin to my eu.tomerg and
VLD SJTANIS mmf mT
Cor. Sieond and Jiffirson
1500 tons a day; twenty-five miles of
railroad fully equipped, cars and loco
motives; ore mineaat Inmsn, Tenn.,
witn a present capacity of 400 tons
per day, and fully (quipped with air
compressors, drills, and all the neces
tary machinery for easy and cheap
mininir, and 'oidingrf the ore. Of
the furnace", two are 1 orated at Sonth
P'ttiborj, Tenn., nfh 20x70 feet with
bitwell f tovi s. aud the ateatett Im-
ptoved b'owing engines. Truss fur
naces areprhars the moat substan
tially built ard tborwghly equipped
of sny in the Hnnth, having beon
precied at a cost of rearlv tlOO 000.
The third furnace is at Cowan, and ia
inxna teet, with vvmtwell etnesand
Weimer ergines. and for smooth run
ning ar.d good wcrk this has tbe b st
record of any in tbe South. Tneie
arern tbe various properties in this
8tste about 0 Kl tenement bouses and
two sawmills belon&inir t) this divi
sion of the property.
SOUTH EUN HA1LK0ADS.
USE THOINANIt IIUI.LIR
IIABf.
AUK NllT ENTBKKU.
Tlts Nniilliwealern Pool aeellug of
Areag-ppnlnliuoia-Nlitea
nml Nnrlts.
Suit fg,r f 50 0 daiiugei to prcp?r'y
was e.- t-n d in th Oiu t Cjtirt ves-
t-rday by I. Tiff K sk against the
Kansas CYy, bpr ngtluldand Memphis
milioad.
MiiubIbk sta I'aunl.
Chattanooos, Tsnn , tootember SO.
Tne Erst Tountssee, Vimiiiia and
Georgia tunnel under Missionary
Kidge, whit h caved tn last winter, has
been entirely rebuilt, snd today trains
b-gan running tbr.mgb on schedule
t.iue.
aatbwtalerss Hnllstayr.
Chicago, SeptemberJIO. Tbe mana
gers of tho (southwestern railways
were again in session today trvii s to
firm a passenger poo', btr made no
progress, sticking tn the ssme point
as the day before Tbe stumbling
point is over the land business which
Bball be pooled tbe Alton and Wa
bash lcsistlrg tbat comptitive basi-
ncs st called, west of the Missuori
river (hall ba pot in, snd the other
roads claiming that this traffic is local
and not to be divided. Af er discus i
iog the points In dispute all day.
adjournment was taken until toworrow
morning.
The Hum hwftro Fool.
Chicago, Im, . September 30 Tbe
attornejs cf tbe Kantas G ty pari lis
uiinniiiu bui i iu miBouri ta uis-oive
snd br jak tip tho Huutbwtstern ia 1-
wny pool, have been Iiero for the tnst
two uayB lilting t ne lie positions ol the
emu ciera ot that association and
otheis for the purpo.e of proving that
there is stica n pool in existence.
Commisiio'ier Midgley, bolcg fore
warned, suddenly departed for New
York, and bis deposition, the most
essential of all, wis not secured.
Appointed Ueueral Manaier,
St. Louis, Mo., September 30. Mr.
Cbae. M. Hayes has been appointed
esdetant general manager of the
Wabash svbtein. the aopointment to
take effect October le'. Mr. Hayos
has been private stcrelary to Col. A.
A. Talmage f.r a perlid of years
extending t1) rough mat, gectlouian'H
management of both the Miescuri
Piiclhc and Wabash roads.
Mbj'h I' in port ii ui
Will open trday tbelr fall s'ock of
embroidery Joiatuiia s and goods per
taming to this line. Mr. May bai just
reiurm d from tlio East and Lai bought
tho finest st.ck in ihi line eversle wn
inthscitv. limit r Ihe eupervis ou
of Mrs. H May this bus uoss has
grown to such an txtent that Indies
from the eu -rounding country never
think of sending elsewhere fur any
thing wanted. Mrs May's goad taste
and judgment in ins selection 1 1 ma
leria s, and her scknowledged stipe'
lioritv as a t acber snd designer, has
in a eaoit time hunt up tbis branch tj
a large extent. Tbeir ttock embraces
everything tf thebtat imported, and
in qaali y equals any aseortment to be
found in any city in ttils country, in
addition to their stock of xepbyrs and
other fine knitting yams, plash, felts,
etc, thty stamp and embroldirto
order on any known material. Many
novelties are now being received, and
ladles are invited to call and tea tneorj.
acoe VdnkllBg's Class Life.
Alth'juuh his professional dut'es
prevented Sooa'or Conkling f om au-
cept'ng the presidency of the Carlton
Club, New Yo-li, be pases all bis
leisure time therein when no' In
court or out driving tbe speed v bay
mare that Ed Stokes pretented him in
his exuberant delight over his speech
on Jay Gould's rapacity in ths, lecent
great teleg aph suit. Tbre is a table
In the dining ro:m tbat is known as
Mr. Conkling's, and it is always re
serve 1 for him. Though not prai t c
ing Bunting, he is very modest in h's
selections. 1 1 is luvonte nisii, both for
breakfast and dinner, is English mut
ton chops s ightly underdone and
baked potatoes very well done. He
caver drinks Anything stronger than
rueset cider, lie occasionally smokes
a mi'd cigar. There is a capacious
arm chair in the reading rcom whii h
be always spproprla'es, and which not
even such au audacious iconoclast as
tbe Hon. Tnomns Porterhouse O.ihi!
trae would think of in "ad ing whan
there was tbe slightest pre liability of
bis being around. According to club
routine, Mr. Conkling is a very do
mestic man. He is always ready to
join in the general conversation, hut
will never dwu s pontics except with
nlimate po annul Iriende. As it in
evident he is so ptrtial t the 4 .i : ,
is rather surp'm n be did not .tuivpt
the presidency.
Wliiahy dene
Cikcisna rr, O , September 30 T!.e
Managing Committee of the A-nercan
Purctiasing and Leasing Company
(whisky too') mtt here todav aod ic-
s lived to advance the price of w!u;-ky
from $1 12 to $1 13. 'J his is a ctimpro-
mise be ween the views of Cincinnati
snd Peoria dietillen?.
mtawirijKNT 8 lOCK at my
Sti.,
Mtmphls, Tmn. ,
ALMOST PERFECT.
A Remarkable Young- Mass Totally
Devoid of Bad Habitat.
' Have you sny offspring ?" inquired
the revere, ling haired pssserg r.
tbr .mgh bis nose, of a itranger by hi
Side.
"Ob, e-, s r," was ihe poli'e reply,
"a sov."
"Ah, ind-edt Doss he cse KnK-)
Tnln ?"
"Never t niches if."
"I'm g'al to bear rf tha'. Ko Ko
Tula is disgusting' y pop ii.tr. Djos he
iiulnlpe in spirituous 1 quors?"
"Nevr tn teid n dr ip ia his life."
"Excellent. .St y rn' nijihteT"
"No, 8 r. Never thin ie of go'ng
Otlt af'or supper "
"I'm very much plecsed to know
tide, sir. Your su is a remarkable
young man."
"Oil, he's not a young man- I Ii's a
two months' old baby."
A IIORKIBLK DEATH.
A lau Worklsiir I mlcr n Car Una
Ilia Head Drenpiialesr.
IsrSflUI. TO THS APrgAL.f
Nasuviixk, Tinn , Seritemher 30
This evening in tbo h.at Nashville
yen's i f the L ulbvilio and Nashville
railroad a car repairer named John
Maloy met an niHtuut and horriole
di'nth. Malloy aid nr. other mini
named Lasoiler wera under a car mak
ing some rep.iirB. Tim green (1 ig that
ws fas t-us d on tho end of the or to
give varr ion that men wereaoikii g
under the tar becauio furled by the
w n1. An mg'i'H w. laiked up
a ait st t'ie t it". Malby at'finp'ed to
gjt nut, bur was striuk by the wheels
ai d due ipita ed. LatBiier cfe ped by
cling ng t 1 1 io brake b hiii nud
rai.-ing limnelf c ear i ff the ground.
4 l.leblg; 'u'a t neua Uret loulc
'b far suier,or to ihs fmiliionab e and
i lus ve pret'Hra'ifins of b" f, wine and
Iron," saysPiof. F. W. Hunt. M.D..
lloiioinry M'.rnbr Imperial Med c il
Srci-ty of St, Petiireiburg, Russia, etc.
It will reconstruct ihs in st shattered
aud enf! bit d, r-inv gorito the aged
and inli'tn at (I build up sickly chil
dren. Invaluable in female irregular
ity, pains and exhaustion. Qu'eta est
less thlldren and infants.
Fatal Railroad Accident.
Wiu-mar, Minn., 8 fj'bmtior '35.
The freight train cn the Sr. Cloud and
Willmkr branch of the Manitoba read
W sditohed at Willmar Junction early
this morning. Tbe eigimer beirg
uuablo to conirnl the tra u by r ason
of a heavy grade it ran ihinugiian
o e i ewi'ch, emiBiii' g t. locoiuot'.ve
end a'fielght cr. K. gi .er Carl -Wates
stood at l-;s poir and w. a
kiled. Btakhina'i E Pu.lii had l it
r'glit arm broken and was severely
hriilg-d
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never vurlei. A marvel ol
purity, strength and wboleaomeness. Mora
eeonouinal than the ordinary kinds, ana
oannot bo sold in competition w!;b the
nultltude ol low teit, short weight alurg or
phosphate powders. Hold only tntamt. Hoi sr.
Bsnan Vnvnn On., inn Wall sr.,NewVnrk.
REMOVAL.
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SEED STORE
Removed to 308 Fiont St.,
Between Monroa and Medium, Nearly
Opposite Postoftire.
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Koekbridaa Oo.. Va. Hi.h nn In tit
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, .itensive and beautifully shaded lawn.
Gas, eleotrio bells, and ail modern improve
ments. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
express offices on the preuiiso. Table the
very best. Luxuriously furnished rooms;
suierb baud of niuslo. Send for illustrated
minphlet. t liar.es moderate. Openforvii
tors, June 15th. Wufrre; '-(ai, Vhtihh'H
and reeslone. H. T. W ILK1 1 SON.Man'jrs-.
Among the Northern Lakr.
of Wisonnsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are haa-i
dreds of dolightlut places where one can pass
the summer months in quiet rest aad enjoy.
roit. and return homo at the and of tha
Leittrii term completely rejuvenated. Eaoo.
recurring season brings to Oconomowoo.
W trisnsrm, iicavor Dinn, Frontenao, Oko
lioji, Minnotnnka, White Bear, and iunu
nierable other obarmiug localities with ro
mantic nauios, tUoussntls of our best people)
wtiose winter homes are on either side ol Ma
sm and Dixon's line. Klogunoe and oom
lort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer bones, with all
necessary inlorma ion pertaining thereto, ig
being distributed by the Chicago, Minwttr
sca and tit. Paul Railway, and will bea
tree upon application by letter te A. V.
Carpenter, General Passer gar Agent, Hi
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