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THE COTM CROP.
INCREASE OF OVER SEVEN
PER CEST. REPORTED
llie rro.pfctIve Yield n Com
pared With Last Year An
It tere:tluff ReTlew.
The fo'l i win? is the regular monthly
repor; of Hiil, Fonta'ne & Co., show
irg the condition of the cotton crop in
the Mempbig District, which embraces
West Te.infssee, North MiesieHippi,
North Arkansas and North Alabama.
The report is nuile from 234 letters of
inquiry sent out September 28th, the
replies to whieli ht-ar averfga due of
Octobi r 2d. The wcatter dunn? Sep
tember wis f tirly favotable. Heavy
raius preva. If d after the 15tb, wh'ca
d d same damage and dtluyed picking
in some loca it.te. Tin season, how
ever, hai beea more favorable than
Us; yer op to this period. Excepting
Mississippi, whfre ; too much wet
weHtber is complained of, picking is
progressing rap.dly throughout the
district, and it is estimated that 15 i er
cent, of the crop bail bien gathered up
to the 1st of Octo'ier. The damage
to the crop from drcuth, eheddirg
and rust sustained, in August has not
been ageravHied by unfavorable nel
sons, and the prospective yield of the
district indicates au increase of fu'.ly 7j
per cent, as complied with last year.
Arkansas and Tenne?tce ehow the
mott favorable prospers. In the for
mer Sta'e the iccreseed yield is placed
atlGJ ier cent., Ttnnerse at 13 per
cent., Alebama at 2J per cent., while
Mississippi shows a dec eiae of 1 psr
cent. The light hosts which fell in
portions o! the district on the night of
October 1st wire nut damaging, and
the fair wentbtr that hai sicca pre
vailed pives as uanee o! favorable
condition, wliic'i adds ti the bright
prospects ( f the planter and enables
iiirn to gatler his crop in a clean aud
fatif-factcry manner. The staple is
moving rapidly to market, and tbeie
is no diepoaiti n nu the part of the
planter to hold his crop for higher
WEST TaNNEfSKK 36 RESPONSES.
Weather. 26 report the weather
during September as having been fa
vorable to cotton and 10 unfavorable;
10 report it more favorable than la t
year, 24 less favorable and 2 about the
Damage to the Crop. With two ex
ceptions all report rlaroags to the crop
- from drouth,! shedding 8Qd Ta(t sus
tained during August, the extent of
which averages about 10 per cent.
Fruiting, tie. 34 report the plant es
having fiu ttd well, and 2 not so well;
28 report the plant as having leteined
its squares ard balls, and 8 report
heavy sbedd ng.
ricking. Alt report picking as pro
gressing rapidly, and the estimate of
tbe proportim alrfady gathered av
' erases 15 per cpt.
Prospective Yidd 4 report a pros
pective yu-ld of 5 per cent increase as
compared with last vear, 6 an increase
of 10 per cent., 2 of 20 per ceh'., 8 of
25 per cmt , ind 6 of 3i?J per cent. ; 2
report a decrease of 25 per cent., and
8 reporc the yield about the same.
Average iccreate, 13 per cent.
NOBTH MIS818Sirrl 70 RESPONSES.
Weather. 24 report the weather
during Septf ruber as hav ng been fa
Torable to cctu n and 46 unfavorable; 18
report it more favorable than last year.
48 less favorab'e and 4 about tbe
Damage to llie Crop. J8 report dam-'
age to the crop from droutb, a sued
ding raEt ard s orms and 12 rdpoit no
damage. Tbe intent of the injury
BU!-ta)nd averpp.es about 15 per ceat.
Fruiting, Etc 58 report the plant
88 having fruited well and 12 not so
well ; 52 report the plant as having re
tained its souar.'S and bolls and 18 re
port heavy shedding.
Picking. All report picking as pro
gressing rapidly, una the estimate ot
the proportion already gathered aver
eg?8 124 par cpnt.
Prospective Yield. 4 report i
profptc ive i f 5 per cent, increase, es
compared with last year, 1U an in
creese of 10 per cent, 4 of 15 per cent..
2 of 20 per cEt. and 2 of 30 per cent.;
2 report a decrease of 5 per cent., 10
of 10 per cent., 6 of 15 per cent., 2 cf
20 per cent., 6 of 25 per cent, and 22
report the yield about tbe eame. Av
erage decrease 1 J per cent.
NORTH ARKANSAS 94 RESP0NSR8
Weather. 62 report tbe weather
during Sf-pteiuber as having been fa
vorab e tj cotton and 32 unfavor
able; f)2 repo;t it mere favorable
than lait year, 28 less favorable and
10 about tbe fame.
Damage to the Crop. 76 report dam
age to tbe con fr-m droutb, sheddiDg
and rust, and 18 report no damage,
The extent o( the injury sustained
aversgeB about 12i per cent.
Fruiting, Etc. 78 report tbe crop as
caving fruited well and 111 not so
well; 68 report tbe phntasfcaving re
tained its tqu&riS and bolls and 26 re
port neavy shedding.
Picking. All report picking as pro
gressing lapidly, aud the estimate of
the proportion already gathered aver
ages fully 10 pr csnt.
i respective i ietd. 6 report a pros
pective yield ot per cent, increase as
compared with laet year, 16 an increase
of 10 per cent , 18 of 15 per cent., 16
of 20 per cent , 10 of 25 per cent., 6 of
603 per com. and b ot ou per cent;
report a dtcease of 10 per cent, 2 of
20 per cent., and 8 repoit the yield to
be about the same. Average increase
NORTH ALABAMA 34 RESPONSES.
Weather. 30 report the weather dur
ing September as having been favor
able to cotton and 4 unfavorable; 24
report it more favorable than last
year, 2 less favorable and 8 abont the
Damige to the Crop. All report danr
age to tbe crop fre m droutb, shedding
ana run Busta neU dutirg August, ttia
extent of which averages about 15
Fruiting, Etc. 26 report the plant
as naviDg lruited well and 8 not so
well; 12 report the plant as having
retained its equ ares and bollp, and 22
report heavy shedding.
Picking. All report picking as pro
gressing rapidly, and the estimate of
the proportion already gathered
averages f oil of 15 percent.
Prospective Yield. 2 report a
prospective yield of 5 percent, increase
as compared with last year; 12 an
increa3e of 10 per cent , and 4 of 25
per cent ; 2 a decrease of 10 per
cent., 6 of 15 per cent., 2 of 20 per
cent, and 6 report the yield to be
about the same. Average increase, 2
AQGREOATE 234 RESPONSES.
Weather. 142 report the weather
during September es having been fa
votable to cotton, and 92 unfavorable;
108 report it more favorable than last
year, 102 lues favorable, and 21 about
Damage to the Crop. 202 report dam
age to the crop from drouth, shed
ding, rust and ttorms, and 32 report
no damsge. Tne extent of the injury
sas'ainrd from these causes averages
Fruiting, A7c-infl rerort the plant
as havinn fruit: d well, and 38 net so
well ; 1(30 report tbe plant as having
retuued its Equarps and bolle, and 74
report beivy shedding.
Picking. AM report picking s pro
gressing rapid 7, and theestiraa'e of
the proportion already gathered av
e ages about 15 per tent.
Prospeclire YUM. W report a pros
pective yield of 5 per cent, in
crease as coinrwcd with If st year, 44
an ircreace of 10 per cen, 22 of 15
per cent., 20 of ilO p r cent , 22 of 25
per cent., 2 of 3d per cent, 12 rf 33J
percent, and 8 cf 0 per cant.; 2 ie
pert a decna e of 5 per cent, 16 of 10
percent, 12 cf 15 per cenu 3 of 20
per cent , 8 of 25 pt r cett. end 44 r. -poittha
yield to be about the name;
average inrresee for the distrxt 7J pjr
THE STEAMSHIP AXCUOEIi
SiiOHCd to llavn Herat SiichtPd by
the Elbloiila.or I he Nniue Line.
New Yohk, U,:tber ".The Arcbor
Line eteombhip Anctoria bad not b-sen
heard from up to a late hour latt
night. She Billed from Queenetown
September 10;b, ar d is tooy twenty-
one cays out, ves?e a arriving report
heavy weather at sea. S 'pt-inb r iOfi
tbe ship Arittomne, from Calcutta,
experionc?d a burricine, :aithg
twelve hours, durltg which her twj
lower trp ails were olowu away. Tt;e
Eng'ish ship Derby, on Sep embor
30' b, erjC'Tuu'cre'l a hunicaue rom
the northwest which laeted lifUe-n
horns. The Siate of Nebraska, which
a-rived yesterday, b.iw notbing of te
luidstng Anehi r.a. The Ancbnria it) a
gfod, stJiunch viesil, and under ordi
nary circumstances: can be dt ponded
upon to weather any gile cf wind.
Her erjgines and bo lers are perhaps
in bad condition, atd it fcas been iu
contemplation for some t rue to jeplace
them. Well informed eeainen agree
that there is no ( a'lte cf fear about tbe
vessel's safe y. The route followed by
the Ancborm when in scod condnie n
U one well traversed by steamers i f
other l nee, bnt it is a fact that wi ll
dieabled machinery tlie vessel has not
encugh canvas to make much head
way, iheest'irly winds which are
rep r;ed as prevalent thould, how
ever, enable her to reach a point eaet
fioru here within a few days. Her pr-
lival is expected a, any moment.
A dispatch fiom Lmdou Bays the
Anchor Line ettamcr Ethiopia, which
arrived at Glasgow today from New
York, reports tutt oa the 29th of Sep
temper she ppssed another tteamer uf
the eame line. The latter was proba
bly the steamer Ancboria, which 1-ft
Glasgow Septombsr 16th lit New York
and baa not yet reached her destina
tion. The owners of the Anchor Line
believe that the Ar.clioria is safe, but
is delayed by some accidtnt to her
THE WHIP MiMJFAClURERS
Moving for the OncnnlEation of
Sp:unCif;kld, Mas., October 7.
Deleeates from tbiriy-five largo whip
concercB ail over the country have
been in conFuhiit on at Wes furd two
days over tbe formation cf a protective
union and have formed the National
Whip Manufacturers' Association,
with E. R. Lay as president and A. V.
Parker as secretary and t easurer.
Tbe Committee oa Prices already
chos?n are II. Strong, cf S'rong,
Woodbury & Uo., Rocbestt r, N. Y. ;
Jar. Milliken, Bdtiinore; E. L Sne-rry,
Geo. S. Peck and L II. Baitleit, Wes:
fifld . and C. II. Clark, Chicago. The
forming of a combination is who'ly
dependent on all whip concerns in tbe
country signing an agreement, if any
should refuse to join ths whole affair
falls to tbe ground. Thus far tweuti -nine
firms and corporations have
agreed to join. The object of the as
sociation is to prevent any future con
tinuance of the profitless competit'on
which resulted from the lack of aoy
combination and recognized price list.
THE CAPIIVK INDIANS.
Tbe Qupullmi or Thfir IHsori'ion
IicaacI by the C'Mltinrt.
Washington, October 7. Tho In
dian question, involving the disposi
tion cf Geronimo, was the principal
topic of discussion at the Cabinet
Ei-Oov. Trill, r Jtrizonn, on tbe
St. Lours, Mo., October 7. Kx-Gov.
F. A. Tritlp, of Ar zjDa, wrs in the
city yesterday. In regard to th re
mcval byGn. Mil s of tie Indians
from the Territory, he said : "Toe re
moval of the Indians by the general
government wos demanded by the
Arizona Association of Pioneers and
by every new.-paper in tbe Territory
for many years, and in every annual
report made by me under Artbur'a
aud Cleveland's administrations. I
asked fcr the ea-re, and Sfcretary La
mar, in making his report toCnngre-e,
laet Decembef, embodied my recom
menda ions, thereby indoising them."
"Do you think Gen. Miles was to
blame for making a compromise with
"Nr, I do not. I tbink Gen. Miles
pursued the only possible course to
eecute peace in the Teni.ory. It was
always Gen. Crook's opinion, and has
always been mice, that the capture of
Geronimo on any terms and tbe re
moval of him and his men was e:Bn
tial ti permanent peace. If thess In
dians had been forced to surrender
unconditionally, es the government
demanded, which it would have been
almost impossible to make them do,
and had been given legal trial for
their crimes, what good would it all
have done? No wnnesfes were alive
to prove their guilt, and they would
have been cleared for want of evi
dence ; that is if they had not escaped
before their trial and resumed their
bloody operations "
Whitt tbe WHHtaloiclan "Pout" Hfiya.
Washington, October 7. The Poet
this merging publishes the following;
"It cannot be discovered that anything
has been faid officially at tbe War De
partment to justify tbe report thut
Gen. Miles d a obeyed ordera and made
terms with Geronimo. but it is eaid
that certain officials in tbe department,
wniie not positively giving out re
ports, have encouraged the publica
tion ot tnese stricture on Gen. Miles
in order toiavor Gen. Crook, who teems
to meet with special consideration from
some quarters because he was a Weit
Point graduate, while Miles is a volun
Beatrncllve Prnlrle Flrea Hani-
Winnipeg. Iwan..' October 7. Ter
ribly destructive prairie fires have
been raging in Northwest and South
west Manitoba. Areund Morden
scores cf eett'ers have lost all tbey
possessed, including bn.B end Jive
mock. One lady, aired 55 veers, is re
ported as boing f itally burned.
"z Herbal Chill tJurii. the bett
tonieaod iiiui-rwriodia known. A oeitsin
and arour.-i !or nh'Ili. Pr(rejl pr bot
tl. faena Ulcm for cireitiirti. Any rof-
raLfie men.. AlifMi Jolt C, Uaoker.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY,
TOE RICES AT L1T0MA.
FiNE TRACK AM FiXE WEATH
ER, WITH A
Rood AUendanee-TUrt Fifth Event
a Very Exciting One The
Kunners at itrookljn.
Cincinnati, O , October 7. Fourth
day Latonia fall meeting. AVeatber
fine, track and a'tenda ice good.
Firtt Race. Selling, purse $350, cf
which S'O to feooud, one mile. Stat
ers: Skobeioll (110), Godfrev; Flori
more (97), Johueion ; Archbithop (!K)),
Myers; John Su livan (87), CoviDg
ten: Cora L. (8), Wnrwick; Athlono
(110), QuantMi ; Bob t-wimm (114),
F sb; Ki'venge (110), I.ohne. Ponls:
Skob lcff, rr.'S; John Sullivac, f 15;
Ftorimr.re, $7; Held, f 15. John Sulii
van led to ihe quarter, with Cora L.
aud Skohetofl'clceely pursuing. Sulli
van kept bis lead until iu ibe homo
STBich, when Skobeloff headud hiin
and won easily by a length and a quar
ter; Fiorimore eecond, Arohb shop
third. Time 1:46. Kivenge threw
his rider near tbe start.
Second liace. Purs $300, of which
$50 to second, for maidens thre years
old; six furlong. S arters: Ou'c me
(100), Wear; Lady Max (07), Dingley:
Hornpipe (100), liarncs; D.rochmont
(97), Johnston; Cams (10U), Coving
ton; Van (HO), T.iral; Atir.nesoiH
(97), Cooper. In the pools Van 8jW
for jl'J; Minnesota, $10; Lady Max,
$10; fi,ld, $25. Tbe start showed
Minnesota in the lead with Dercca
mont second, llcn-iipipa third, Lady
Max fiurib. At. tbe half llorniipe
had taken first plnce, and Minnesota
dropped to third. T'je latter again
pu-hed to the front at tin ttiird
quarter, and Hornpipe took aocond
plrcs. l)jwa the etreich the leaders
bngan to show their purpoee, and
Hornpipe came under the wire a
lengtb hiid a half in front of Yif, sec
ond, who was two leng lis in front of
Lady Max, thirdr Time 1:17.
Third Race.-Purse $400, of which
$75 to second ; for throe year olds aud
upward, seven fur'ongs. Starter :
Porter Ashe (99), West; Pa' Sh-fedy
(103), RiclHrdson; Bonnie Blue (Mi),
O'Bren; Acaria (lO.j), Covington;
Little Minch (118), Sheridan; Zituru
(H5), Smith; Eva K. (108), Turner;
Go'd Bn (115). L. Jonee; Miss Nelson
(96), VittHt; Finality (111), Stuval;
Kiilkin (99), Johnston; Sis Uimyar
(110), Cooper. In the pools Lirtle
Minch eold for $30; Sis Ihmyar, $12;
Porter Aihe, $8; fuld, $23. Tbe st irt
was a fair one, with Sis Himya' in the
lead, L't'le Minch second, Geld Bin
third, Kv.4 K. fourth, Bonnie Bua
fifth and Porter Aehe sixth. Shortly
after the start Kirkliu collided with
aaotber horsn and his rider was
thrown. Sis Uimyar drepped to third
place at the quarter, with Little
Minch still leading ard Go d Bin sec
ond. At the half Minch led by a
bead, Sis Uimyar eecond, Gold B.in,
Bonnie Blue and Potter Ashe even in
third place. Around the turn Ss
Himyar reemed a euie winner, but
Porter Ashe made a splendid bunt
and won easily by three lengths. Gold
Ban wpb well ridden and lame iu eec
ond, with Sis Uimyar a good tbiid.
Time 1 :29L
Fourth liace. Purse $500, of which
$100 to second ; a free handicap, nine
furlongs. Sartors: O'Fallon (105),
O'Hara: Kalloolah (100), Weit; Elgin
(107), Shendao ; Jim Grav (112), Cov
ington; Pink Cottage (102), Turner;
Grey Cloud (80), Barnes; Berlin (100),
Ha'ris In the pools Jim Gray fold
for $30; Kalloolah and E'gin if 1 each ;
the field $21. Thrra was a beautiful
B'ait, with Pink CottaRe, O'Fallon and
Elgin nearly s;de by aide. At tbe
wire the horses were all well together,
E'gin leading 0'Fllon by a head and
Jim Uray at O'Fallon's flank. Around
the torn they closed well up together
butat the!quarteroole)JimGray ha 1 bis
nose in front of O'Fallon and Kluin,
who were even, while Berlin and Kal
loolah made a pair at their eaddie
g;rtbs. When tbe half mila polo wis
reached O'Fallon's head was visible,
with Elgin third, Jim Gray text and
the rest almost Bide by side. Around
tho bend Grey Cloud mado a buret
but bad to fall back, rnd at the third
quarter Jim Gray and Kalloolah were
paired in front, O'Fal on third and
Berlin fourth. Down the stre ih Jim
Gray thowed bis superiorly, lunning
away trcm Kaiiooian and wiriiui g by
two lengths; Kal oolah sfcond, Pink
Cott.igi third. Time l:5tih
Fifili liace. Falsetto s.ukes, fir
three year olds, two milee. Starlera:
Guenn (120). Withers; Montana Rs
gent (123), Godfrey; Mollie McCar
t'iy's Lat (120)," Murphy; Silver
CloHd (123), West. In tho poolw the
Santa Ania stables ent'y a Id t-
geihrr for $110; Montana Regent, $70;
Gunn, $40. This wai a moot mter
estirg rpce. Baldwin's entries were
expicted to wcik again t the other
two, and so it s'emd as if Silver
Cloud was appointed to set the race,
while Moilia McCarthy's Last was to
run a waiting race. Montana Rugnt
to:.k secend place in the s'arr, and the
first mile was made ith Silver C oud,
Montana Regent, Guenn nnd Mollie
McCarthy's Lst; following in that or
der. On the backitretch strategy fce
jran to be displayed. Silver Cloud, at
the mile and a half poet, showed weaii
cese, and fall out of tbe race. Guenn
took the lead, with MoDtana Regent
third. Guenn lot his place to Mon
tana Regent before the last quarter
was entered, and Montana Regont
came in an easy winner. Gaenu's
rider felt so recure of eecond plans
tbat he teemed oblivious to Murphy's
presence. The latter ea the situation,
and almost under tbe wire snatched
second place from the carelo-s jockey
to the utter digust of Guenn'a back
erf. The finii-h was: Montana Reger t
first, Mollie McCarthy's Last second,
Guenn third. Time-3:34.
ENTRIES, weights and pools for to
day. Cincinnati, O., October 7. Entries,
weights and pooling in tomorrow's
First AW. One mile and a quarter,
selling Woodcraft (9(1). $2; Santa
Anit Bulle (109), $15; Viola'"r (99),
$4; King George (104), $2; War Sign
Second Race Three-quarteJB of a
mile, selling. Enchantress (101), $1;
McLaughlin (95), $10; Jauhert (107),
$5; Wary (110), $2.3; Virginia (96), $1 ;
Passion (95), $4; Cams (92), $2; Clari
on (104), $7.
Third Race. Seven-eighths of a
mile. Longalight (105), $10; C. and
G. (103), $11; Proteus (.'), $2; Evn
geline(105), $11 ; Fulicibr (103), $0;
Andelia (101), $3; Virgie II. (105) and
Figaro (108) in the field, $3.
Fourth Race. Three quarters of a
mile. Dubme (110), $0; Rise (102),
$9; Allegheny (102), $6; Potnen (lid),
$17; Torra Cotta (110), fM; Tarn
O'Sbanter (97), $7; Jacobin (101), $20;
Lombard (102), $7.
Fifth Raice. Mile and a sixteenth.
R-d S one (108), $10; Bootb'acc (111,)
$S; Wanden o (102), $10; Ultimatum
(101), Id: Wahoo(99), $16; Beacons
field (108), $31; KTklin (91), $1.
Hie Unnners at Jlrnoklya.
GRav8KNi), N. Y., Oct,ober 7.
Th Brooklyn Jrckey Clnb iare:
Yrrf Race Three quarters of a
mile. G. am r w-n by had a length ;
E ltor eerond, Mamie Hunt third.
Second Race. One mile. C imax
won by half a length ; llimavn sdcond,
Frsi krd third. Tinu l:41f.
?'Airi Race For two vetr nld", sell-
irg race, B'X fur-ors. K.-bo lion won
by four !etgt!:s; 15o!:rpe sreond,
TrinleC-"8 tnirl. Time 1:10
Fourth Rat. Mi eandahnlf. Adon
is wou bv a 1-nt.th d a half B nan
za s end, Ferona ibird. Time 2:35.
iij'lh Race. Mile end a B xtei ttr.
Ponii :c wo by a cn;rth ; F.orence M.
seeond, War Eiivt- t .ird. Time
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of every effort to cure litis eruption, it In
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By the advice of a friend T hegnn taking
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I have long used Ayer's Pills, in my
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la enKineour itsrloultnrnl com-
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ara daily in receipt of
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corn, oats, wheat, rye, barley, cereals, aud
orchard, herds, clover, tall meadow oat
grass and timothy sni-s
AH our wornout sciliio bnils may be rn
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June or July, then turn coder, and
improve the land.
It. 1. C'ttAlU t .
Agricultural Irapleinnnts nnd Seed Dealers,
hi. tniiikkiml iin,,iriuii
ally ujiUHfHj I
li'or nil uonij
ally uitUHiMi l,y ailmurderi'it
uitiiM of Miih kiiul. mu-ll u Turuulily ul
tho liivor. Ilitiuumiiwn. N. rvniw lyiM,ilft, mi ik
l..n Ipi.nliiFllunfll.. lt,.UMlM I IllUHl ttlt lllll. llMtU-
lniuy, KruutatloiM ami liurinun t tli. SlomiKli
Ihiiiui liinna callwl lli iirtliiirri), Miiuima, Miliaria,
lllumiy Mux. Uiilli ami K.ivrr. Hrnakliunii vr,
Kiliautiun brloro or alU'r huvuni. Umiuiii Uiar
rhua, Luna of Aipotil, Ueadaiili.. cwl Bwatli,
lrriciikritloa lliclilanul H r n I ale. .H..n rli iJ
dnwn Pi.in. Ilaokaubii. i).. o. 6TADICER'8
AORANTM la Invaluahlp, Jtnot apii.Ha
fur all uia: but ii) CURE Bllfl'oongoo Vf
th. liver. Stomach aiJ bowels, h
iliauK"" iim iniiiiTiiiiim lnnn a ai. fnlliiw llrwa.
to a ruilily. bnalUii uuliir. II .nliroly nnunm ..w.
llliHimy aiiirita. It in on. of tu. I"'l Mtnntw
un.r I'armrrt f ! li, amd u aliKil
fur salu by all UraggMM. Prlc 01 .00 V boUlo.
C. F. 8TADICER, Proprietor,
140 80. FRONT ST., Phlladelpri.a, Pa.
"To tho VICTOR the LAUREL."
Pn-minant In ' nighM quality, th.
HANAN SHOE hl bcu"i " '.counu.H itind.iii
lor tin. w.ar among ducrntnnating Kn'lmn.
A nan Willi Ilraln.and Coiwrlprire
rill drop petty prfiljtulii i- tnrrlrnsly pn Ueti up
Wlicn truth ItniH Um tin- ilonr. Sllill .if invite l
Hi (rv onr nuir of " lliirain " li"'. Wr know
the result : every man who wains llie lie.it and
tneit tjtiile in the n.ifkt-t will bei-onie u perprl
Oal " Hunan " muu.
DITIH'TC TII08. P. (3IMPS0N,
1 A Hiil J . O'VVoshiiivtoB, 1). V. No
pay ankrd for patent until obtained. Write
or Inrentor'i Uuido.
v ri w ii v
eg j s lf"sSSBy 2 ei
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Or NEW YORK.
KICU.iltl) A. M'C I'KDY, I'rosUlvnl.
The Largest, Strongest anil Cheapest Company in the World.,
0FFICE-N0. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WI1.KGHSON. Asont.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE
unit, mills'! vj
IKON & IUILWAY SIJPl'M'
(Rncceasors In this Inimrtment to JOHN M AN0OUE.)
rWrlte n (or inf'Tiiinlion on NY TIIINU In 'ttiir linn.
The Planters Fire and Marino Insurance Co.
or Mill I'll IN.
41 Hire In Cempaay's Bullillnir, Nu. 41 MhiIIhou Mrecl, trlriiiiliU, IVnn.
D. T. PUBTKIt.Prro. I JN V'KT4N. Jr., VIK-Pro. I J. H. NMITII, Nrc'y
V. II. Ill' M l- K, AknInimiiI Hi'er-irv.
IIKK4-TI(N-R ll.llR0OK8.ol Ilronks, Noely A 0. r H. 1,. (HiKKIN, of Pillard k tti.Oin ;
1). T. PUK1KK, of Potter A Mactaei JOHN OVKIllON, Jh., J. 0, MlI.LW, J. K.
UUDWlN, of J. It.llo.lwin A Co. i J. ,M.(ln(lDLUU.uf (looahurACi
J. M. PHILLIPS, UAKUWIW PKKK8
( oinmrnrril llnlnrkM in I17. I inno I'n'tl, ! r llnlf Killtoli.
i wi-lllnm IKNivrlnlly lirxlrcd.
Also Represents the RraiKHPiii.n Kik, ol riiriiigutld, Mum.t (Ikikuia IIdui Inbi'Ramch
Cnui-ANYl iVtol'NTAtnr I'lTV, n ('hntrunncirii, 'lnn.
t, T. riRA80N.
o. o. asm.
Ji Tb FAflb
Wholesale Grocers & Mtm Fmlm
26S Front Si met, Mcira.p&i, Ten to.
Ooltoa e.niljned to will have oar e.refnl ittnntlon. Wo rry ot oil tines o woll-
solooted Itook ol
8tiple& Fancy Groceries, Wln3S, Uqucrsjcbacfio Sl Cluarft,
tll Will lslt M
ti.i- i u r .r-.3uCKa!
w. t liowimu.
3-1 nnd 30 ltfndiMon
VACGARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Noi. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
J. T. LaPRADK,
Late J. 1'. Lal'rade i Co.
No. 301 Front street,
-IIavln retired from tho Bnddler and Ilarfeis bniinesa anil oranea an 0B00 as above.
Zl. a". pleSr-ed to an.oo.c. U. our frf.nds and tho T-ublie .nerrill that wo are now .'ro.arod
to servo thota in our new oapooity. Roturnlng thanks lar the very liberal lno s
tondod us la tho old lino, wo tru.l to merit and receive a ,;f,H,I 'fVVJV
Cotton Factors, YJIioksale Grocers?,
PTo. 11 Union Street. ? i Hemphh, Tofurv
W. A. HMITII, Prirltlor.
Jethai U. Illwaai.
J te , HOrTIIERN RTAHD4RD PKKNM.
I FITS V, p. -a'V I'rU-o at Faotorr. l0 and HO.
TEJlW iw5 iLLISOS hEtD COT I ON CLEANERS.
-yi --., ;c aurAII kinds offlins Kepalrod. Speolal
V ! . ' .na HUB BUAa M m. rW.. a
Wlaolennle Orocorx, tOtton factors
And Commissicn ?-:crclianU,
232 anil 234 Front St., MempMs,
JsKTWJKKI ADAM AUD JKrrHUIOIf.
Mr. L I. KADI IT d.vnUs bio wlinlo time to tho we1jhn tad sal. of Ml Cottoa oatrvM
i oer sharse. ..Cdtt.n Waxcai.iKo. Wathinitoa slra.U
AND MACHINE COMPAhY.
.(5IHo 174 itltims St., Bemphi
DEU'T, 2'J( and 838 Second M
R. A. P Alt IKK.
ff.ow t - If tw
Dauilt'l rrutt olloii OIiih,
NlrllLKV, tSMITH A CO.,
Prntt lk'lipno Ilutlrr Ulita, rexl
rrx nnd Krpnlrxro,
1H to 104 roplnr St., MompbU
nirPratt Rovnlvlng-U.(l rtlni t ono
qunleii. btuck now comiileta. Prioef
reilured. Corre'ponJiino. on orueri
nlioiled. Old (tins Heimlr.cl in First
liisorj . All work gimriiBteed.
i. itou iui:
Ml., : Mtamplila, 1V-i.
JOHN Mt HEATH.
Lnto with J. T- LaPrade A Co
Mom phis, Tcnn.
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. rSmllh'rj I'nt. Separator.
Eagle Etllpue Hallrr (Jinn,
lMaln 10-Inch (Jin, and
at. t. Clai k.
. Hiillnr Iim
v. tmm mum v.
DK. 1). 8. JOIIXJSON'S
Ko. 17 Jefferson Street,
(BtweD Main and Front.) y LMPHIfl.
"I VR.JOT1NSON iFarknow'pndhTall &r
L" ties interested bf tar the mopt aw
eesflful fibyKioiati in the treat men tuf privet
or eoret di'eea. Quick. eiaiaiiertt rurel
unrnnted in every eao, male or ff h1.
ieomt cne$ of Goporrhet -nJ S . h ilia
cured in t w dnr without the ut : uer
oury, cUniiKt) ot diot or b indrHiif uom
buMinenri. teeomlr7 Kyi hilis, th i vet
tine eradicated witlia'ittl.e ae oluiertuiry,
Iovoturifnry oti of henien 0tnied in thcrt a
time, buffer from iuipotenoy or of
Pexual i wer rector e t free vigor in a fen1
weuki. Victims ot p?lf -(.onee And encr'iiv
venery, uflorn (i from iKirnjotorrhe and
Iomoi hyifttl nnd mental imwer, pe iiiljr
and I'eruionontly cured. Particular atten -tinn
pRiil tu the IiroaeR of Women, and
ouroK k'itr:i!.tte'i. Tilen and old forns en red
witliout the utte of rn untie or the tnifo. All
fHinpultntionn strictly ct Odntial. Medi
cine eont by ei press to all ot tha
-Vork'mamen enred at hnlf the usual
rLs. t ttice hwurs tnm H .Vock a.m. to
oVInclr I'm. I). S. Jt'llNSUN, .M.D.
i"?u'y perfect aubstltute ur Mother
M.iw. InviUitaiiio in Cholera Infinitum
ami TOOtnlna A prH.1l,inio,l foti fur Dywu
peptics. Consumptlvnn, Convaloscenta,
l.rf.ot niltrlunt In all Wtlftlng Dlsensea.
Hwtalro. no rxiokliitf. Our Honk. The Car
and Feeding of Infanta, matld ttva.
IlOLJBEIl, ODODAI.H CO.. Uoaton. Uua
I) K AIHIIl A iTt Kt Kilt
CORRUGATED tHCN S!D!'G
And Iron Roofluj;.
l lrp, Wind, Wiili-r ntl OliiMulnaj
rol Kuit.il. to lor all himls of ! ul lil : n era.
Knr iirlces nnd oHiiaintos ut fuolnry ri.i
Otill nn or atilrnis
MIfMPUIS MKVAl. A WOOD MK'I) CO..
t38 A m Main st., and 21 A 23 Mullierry St..
MKMI'll IS TUN M.
Ileadiunrtors lor lrmi Kentus nn.l O'nstltta;,
Uaiviiniii l Iron Oort.tra.Yin Krnt -ro.es.
V, S KviiiNKirit PTi-pt,
No. 2M Kmi.t t t'.. J
1ioiiiT nl. Tonn., S.pt 'inlK.r 'ii, Iss.!. J
SKA1.KU l'HOI'OSAl.S-ln ilup i,., if
n. li'i'eNcil nt 'his rlllcn ui til n on nf
Ui'tobor II, IS.ii, nnil then inul tltrre ii'.i cly
npnni.il, lor the drlivtiry, on hnmci, o1 too
I'olliiw.ni; app oxnnitla iii.in'i ioi ul mit
toriulii, vis. :
vu conls of WIMnw Ilrurh.
"() nnr.lti of Willow or Onttnnwnod I'olcs.
2ilU lir.eal feet ol Cyirons I'tlinu.
Knr ins rui'tii ns for liiMini, speiQralion
anil oonilitloua nf dnlivory, ai ity to tbe
above mlilrosa. The niiht lo ri-jti-t any nn J
all bids is reserved.
SMITH 8. LVKCll,
Tnptnln Knuinnnr., U.S. A.
Ask ytrar ratAllr-r for V: Orlclnnl 83 Hhooi
Ik-wrtrnof linli.Kiona. -
Kono Genuine uulcaalit-itilucthlaHlntn p.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.
AluUo luliuttija.iwnirroiunii(l Lnca. lisatCilf
ciirrra. i'iuxt)ilOi1 III UUfih-
atut. A iMMtAlcnnlnrnl to
iiawju uriiiK ymi inronna-tioniiowtoH'-tliUShoo
aigr Utatoor Territory,
. Means S Co.;
1 uncom ni
Thfi abe rftiUKll Mtrher In tha antlmatlnn of
B'mw Uiti any oihcr In thn worhl. 1 liouv
niulu who woa- wmiwuw- buuruiuuu u 1x4
J. W. VOEQELI &
Tiir-nironii nnTI A D00'1 1"" ia(oi.
JnEWSPAPER lbo b", bn,,it "
fmr s .anodvitlser'icon-
inVERTISING0""1 ' o'tierw?o.
r i i " It onouins Mts of
Dew"iaiers and estimates o tho noti i ad
vartism. Tbo aivorlUor who want" t, fi'und
on. dollar, Inda lit it the iol'ormatloo 1- ro
iiuirna, while fnr til m who will invioi' ono
hur.rtred thousand dollars in adrnrl ilnii, a
loboine In Imlicated which will meet nil
every reijiirament, or can fco tuado tod. so
by sIlKUtnhariKor easily arrived at tj- rorro
simndnnro. One hundrfti) and Efti throe
editions have been Isiuod. (jaut. ponloald,
to any aildrnsslor ton cnO'S- Aindy tn ((KO.
P. KOWKLli A HO., NKWKPAPjK AD
VKKTISINII BDllbAl' ll( .ru(wsi. irrint
wa Hons. HnnMfw1. rew Yn.w
J. F. U0LST & BKO.
(flUCCKmOltS TO U. II. UOLHT 4 BI1C.
, J. "''ifc'W-.- :'m'-J '.a"" -lT
iuv( nniovr.it nt
Ko. SSO MX'UMs ST., MEMHIIS.
AVULIi and .loninleto stork of Woo t anil
!V lallm u'hios and C,'km.i, Clnih-Cov-ered
Cajkets and Bnr ai Kob.s Rtx?on
bind, wwrt'rd.rs by tolfrranb 'imntl
u... v..,. Ni-wt(i. Ill'.wltiitil tllli 'l
it;r,ir..-,-Vs:.lK lk,i,Ha.t.-irtu'.i'l. nut irai;
IHJS'r'1. THiiii ioio.(i-:i(ri haw.vrtH .
Podki, Table. ChaUiV
Book Cases. Lonnv'.
lottcr Presses, Cabinet
Litdios' Fancy Socks, tt
J-'illMNl tUril. Hlllt JllTK.t
?'rl-'(M i loi.riititt.,1. 'ulnkirl
'-"W 'j: !,I '...U
Inm, J 'out lurn o imvtr
f WEALTH IN WliAl.l'tt.-tli. K. O.
Woot', Nav ann JJrhix Tkk.tk '.nr,
a inarameo'l .ipeoific lor llytterta, L''iji
nesj, l!nnvala''.'nri, Kitr, orvnl Nosral-
Ela, lleaiiitche, Nerves Pnistratinn, '.'iittred
y the oro ol alooluil ur toiiaroo; Vtako
fulnrns, Sientil )loi runt ton, fi.lnnitiir ol tne
Dram, roultiiiK in inuuniry ord Iim, "i id
in ioi. v, demy and death Premature ' d
Atje, llnrronneea, l,ns of Power in either
tf'-V Involunttiry LiOBSun and SroriiiHtor
rhoa, cuti. I by ovGr-oKurtioL ol trie L.-ain,
ul(-ubiiro or oi-viuviulnonio. KkcIj botcon
tains tine u.o' ".. r iri.atuiciit. 01 a bus, o
sli boiei for 6'., .on i i.v mini nr' tianl, on
reoelpt nf nrii-o. Wo en.-ir-nt-'O Nij l'oici
to cure any caD. Y,KH oa,b order i -by
qi l.ir six hoinj, s.-cnri'Auiod vrit 1,
we will send the purrhafiur c-ir written
znurat ! lo refund the money il ths treat
ment d"Oi -ot ofic-r K mirt:. 0:'"ar,toes
lnod onlv H . KKii w.H r A '). lr
it, Moiui'lil". Tenn;
"Londcr." f rouscr Jstretchar
Vll 1 7 l Patented in Knrono and Inl
i'f"y ItedMutos. ! AKfuia In
' 1 I L' 1 ........ ...... r . . i .... l
a. a..-.. nn..-ra in, I'.irdi aisr
John Ilaiuilton A Co. stretch
er. Takes binialim unl t4
kiia rotores pantaloon, to
original shape. Only iatent4
.Stretcher combining screw re a
in comliinatioo with clamps.
All others Intrinteinents,
Original and ' J alr.'lU
fur ii. Dlli'iiii'u'. nae. lit
Eii.reits socurelr packed. Price 12 Mi. Wrltf
lor eirrulars. Ants wanted In every cttj,
a. Ki n M S ., lioNlnu.M wis.
KAN IS H OT M.,ALI'MflPII IS,
Kockbridne Co., Va. liiith up in th
Virginia uiounliiins. Piotaresijae surrnrjnd
Intii.extenKtveiiitd heauttlully aha, led !?.wo.
Uas, eiee'rio bells, and all modern inn rT
inents. Two daily inn ill, pout, teleKraphand
express uClces on tho premise!). 1'ablotha
very best. Luxuriously luruishsd riouiit
sui erh band nl niusio. Send for illuitrntea
tiauiphlet. Cliarao" inodoriito. Open for vis
itiirs.Jurio 15th. H'uln-.: ii'ii Clu'iVals
and jrrtsir. R.T. VVILKrjQN.M:in.
fSIIA W anosnlsnnniclnrhMadplrihl.,
THIS Carrli'iiii" N.'iwiKr A.iv,.r-
H. W. AVER A OONaOurttiittioruivd iwoo'
II S . -11 -Taaw.