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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, OCTOUKK 12. 188G.
IN ALASKA SOUTH F THE Tl'IiOJ
A Brport of Exceeding alemt, te
taeographera EspecUllj A Sea
man's Peril oas Trip.
Saw Fbancimj Cai, October 11.
The ChrmticU tL4i morning prints an
interview with AasUtan. Engineer
Lane, who was with Lieut, Stone? on
h's tzDloring expedition in that po"
tion of Alaska noith fi Yokon river
and Pot nam river, wlich was discov
ered rouse two year ago by Stone jr.
Awktant Lane arrived in this cit? a
few days ago in advance of the rest of
tbe party, woo are expecita nere on
the United fc-U'.t steamer Bear Fri
day next. The exploring parly left
San Francifco May 3, 1885. A boot
December 1st Stoney and a party of
siilois started forMoatoak river, about
120 miles lO'tb. of the Putnam.
SjnndiDg s of lbs liver were made, as
well as snrvty ol tie region tnroogn
which it flawed. Eonineer Laae and
several men then started to explore
the country n the direction of St.
Michael's. That point wa- reached
after a journ y of twenty-eight davs.
A rougu survey of tbe country by
romn.es iteaii ts wai made. While
Lanewtsaway Stoney went south
went In ti a r nion of Selewik lake
ami tha river ol the same name. He
tinted viriuus small lake", rivtrj and
mountain tanee. On February 1st
ti onev went eattwn d o tbe beal
watora of l'utnira nd Noatoak r tern
and was ecne foitv-flve days al)i ut
ii.pub hmirater. He readied an im
mma lk. on the bai k ol which
native fio.n the rpuion of Pjint ltu-
row, the ruo t northern point of the
ontitrntof Nortli Atneric, meer to
trade with the Ir.diais ol Pus am Val-
)ev. Ii p-enerally tnkia the nativts
two 8bh nto make this trip, the si
vtrliv of tre winter comnolling tbom
to leinB'n in winter qua iters nojr tLe
lake. Ktoaev'li iutantion wes to make
i Im irin to Point B.irow fiom tli
lake, but an iintnr arid plain would
have to be traversed, which nude it
impossible on account of the scarcity
of (leg food, un A ru r.'in, rowover,
Er s'gn Howaid ard F. J. Price, a
tailor, it.itid for P lot Barrow, and
af er great h.rdr.hips and privations
succeeded in reach nil It Ana tut 10th
nf the nr-ntsnt vear. After inaklrs
journey of iiinelyeix day, Juno 14th,
the bnakins of tne ice iu the river
enabled all trie j ar y to pass down its
mou'.b. Tbo explorers gilutd
many new fac e of paiticuUr value ti
geoarapte'B. Pruf. Paird, of 8uii h
annUn Inatit t'.had been pait ciilarly
anxioni tiiat the purty ahou'y explore
Jade Mountain, ortfieensione mount
ain, aa tbe rativtsrall it, out of which
Ihev obtain the eiecn stone need in
mskintr hatcbeta and other imple
men's Engiceer Lane and party vis
ited the miuotain. It it 200 milts
sb ve Futaara river, and ab ut 3'JOO
feet high. Gre?n St)ne, as it is calltd,
is more correctlv a serptnttne, and
fennd in layers of coosiderabl thick-
nesa. E'iiiaiux Indian In that re
gion ard po!ygtni!ets. No va'uable
minerals wrN u s overed. CmI was
ionnd in abamlaccs on Putnam river.
and of aooi oualitv. Granita exiiti
in Urge quantities and tome aibtstos
was found. No gold or silver was
found, and as the Indians had none
in trie r poismslon and never men
tioned them, tha explorers caiuo to
tbe conclusion that it is doubtful
wt ether they exist la large quantities
in that pait of Alaska. Putnam rlvtr
a about 400 miles long aid
half a miie wile and navi
fable for a dia:ance of Z10 a i es, when
ranida ard encountered. It Crams a
larise area of Putnam V.l ey. whicli in
thirtv milis wide. J he vo utne
wa'er that ibws down ia immense
The river is tunoundod by a rinse of
monntaiua, about 3000 del hig tbe
higheat peak of wMch is A0M f -h t
high. There is a dense croath tf
apruce and hi ch a'otJg ths banka
This stream is teveral hundiedi of
miles Alnve the Yukon river, 11 ws
eatt and went, end empties into KaU
bus Sonud. Noituak nvur Is 120 uiiies
noith of Pa-nnin, tepara'ed from it
byarattgdof tnoutitains. It is shal
low and rocky, mil 11 ws catt and
wet. Thtre is viry little valuation
along its bank. It is about 400 miles
long and empties hit J Kb xubuo Sound.
Hitilh of Putnam about three miles is
8 -iowik lako, twenty miles in diam
eter. It is vry deep. H.-lewik liv.-r
is 200 miles lung and II w
egBt and went. It ia divided
into two br inches and Hows into
the lake north of Koat mk river. It is
wide detert p'a'n extending f Jr 150
miles an 4 interpolated witti many
large and gtnull itreams. It exteuus
cltartotlie Att c tc in, The soil ia
very poor and uevor thaws but to a
depth of a few lncbe, and aside from
pris ble deposits of gold and silvor
and the fur trade ol the couutry is n )t
of any practical value t white men.
Lieut. Lane regards the report of
Lieut. Scbwatkas's dicovery of the bj
called Junes river aa hiitblv probable
for the country is so little known and
there are ao m.ny rivers that it is not
haid to discover a new atreaui in ao
extended t-io throuvh the country.
I1LIMI TOM, PUMsr.
Tbt lloa lor aa Inquiry late Hia
Nw York, October 11. Judge
Donobue, of tbe Supiems Court, has
den'ed the application of Mia. Charity
Wigics, thj mother of Thomas Wig
gins, ki.own ai "Blind Tom," the
wonderful pintitht, to have his mental
condition ii.quiied into by a com
mit ee, and h-s is a e cared for. TomV
iathtr'a liamo a Mi g '. He Is do d
Poth fatl er and Uiotli-r wtro (ieorgia
slaves. Totn was bum iu that biote in
into. Wten ho was 4 years old tbo
whole (am' y were (o'd as slaves to
James W. Itethune, witli whom thy
remained until Irte 1 by the war. Un
der an surer ment Tom was placed in
conlri'l of Bi t:. uce lor live years, uutil
May, lb"0, when he would bent no
This waa approved of by 8. F. ltayue,
8iiwrinten'ltmt of Fietiiiuen at Augus
ta, (.ia. Without the r aieuts' comeni
B.-lhune to jk Tom oat ot the Mat a
and p ithimouexhibitionas a pianist.
In 1870 Tom bicaine a cit ; z n of Ntw
York. Wtile on exhibit ou in Vir
ginia Tom w aa declared a lunatic, aud
Mr. lie:l utit-.'s Bon, John (i. Bctuuue,
was deilaied a loiiiin tt.e of hi
person. The 'ait r acted as Tom'a
manager nutd 1881, when heciod. T, e
elder JiJthune was then appointtd.
In the meaiitime Mrs. W ggii h re
movi d to this li y. Hie broiiKtii suit
sg inet Bcthune fjr thesarvicei cf t er
son and au accounting of the pmliui
ol tbe txlii'iitiou Bicce 1805. Ti at
suit is p ndiog at A'exstdrla, a.
The eld lady Las (we've chi dr d, tiie
oldtet 00 y a'B o'd and tho yjuiign-t
28, a 1 bum ia B'avery, theie oie n t
bri in lusful wi'dljuk. To.u has
no belts. His mnlhr is next if kw,
unlees the court dee'des ihe utlin
clil.dren as r.-latiot a. Hence the ap
plication to Jude Djtohuo. Afllda
vits state that, tbough pcssois d of
wandeifal mnstcLl tbility. be
niot. Xbe application wis dented, on
I ha. ornnnil that no. ahnilM
be ineUtcted in the St.in where tbe
committee wh first appoiaUd,
ABOUT 10N81GN011 CAPEL.
WHAT THE nVNBAHD OT MBS.
Saya Ami Him 4 HI KfUllona
Wllk lltr-Tbt OaBflliloB aad
Hetuaa t the Itail,
A San Francisco special to the 8'.
Lonis Qlube-Dmocrat says: Count
V alexin, concerning whose wife and
Mgr. Capet Vir ons tumors of a dis
graceful character bava been afl at for
some months, waa aeen tbia evening
and readily consented lo tali concern
ing the affair. The Count is a very
pleasant gentleman of 35. speaks En-
glish like a native, and has not the
faintest tu'picion ol an accent, ue
besan bv savins that from actual per
sonal observation he onldeay little of
tbe re.a'.ions between Uapel and tna
wife, aa he has not lived at the ranch
since he learned of the position occu
pied by lauel there. It see bis toot
Valenein came ts California upwa d
of fifteen yia s ago and soon married
a very handeoina girl, daughter of J
C. McAuIev. a wealthy land owner of
Sacre mento Valensin hi d means and
purchased a ranch, which he im
proved at large expense and
then stocko! it with blooded
horse. One son was born, who is
now 13 yrars old. A couple of yeais
ago trouble ense between Valentin
and bis wife, which culminated in tin
latter bringing suit for divotce, al eg
iuat cruelty as tbe ground. Valensin
retaliated wi h a cro s complaint,
charging his w.fo with aduito y with
a prominent member of the bar at
Sacramento. When the ctsa cam- to
trial it produced a setisition, but the
Coutt held that neither sd. l al
pioved Its allega'ions, and tlio divorce
waaden ed. Tuen Mrs. Valetiuin bued
for the propeit', claitnii g that i; sat
her ruoi.ey tint bought it, but bin lest
that suit, too. The propoity is still
eutanglid, huwever, otviig to an un
paid mortgage, etc.
ON BKTURNINO DOME.
Last March Vlenaia returned from
atripti Europe, ani upnnaniving
here wis infrrnmd of the circuin
ntancesof Capel's insinuation at the
raucb, mar Uau t, oetensibiy as tutor
to young Valensin. Other pstticulan
were givtn which led tbe Ctunt t)
txksup his borne else whr., and Le
bus only bjm to the lanch afew tinus
since, when it was necesary ts lcok
af .er the (toi k theie. On these occa
sions he iays that Capol wisvary
careful to keep nut of hia s gbt. Fr .in
K tod authority Va enin learned these
lacts: When Capel went to the ratcb
there was living thare Mrs. Valensin
and her son, her fatbor and mo hr,
Mr. sad Mrs. J. C. McAuley, and her
brother and bis wife. After a while
J. C. McAuley died. Then trouble of
fometort came np between young
MoAuley and his wife. McAuley, jr.,
left his wife, acd both he and
she left the ranch, leaving oaly Mia.
M"Autry ti play ropriotrtss. lut a
tliort iiras elapsed, howev. r, before
s rinusdifl.r.ncts arose bitween the
old lady and Mgr. Capel, which cul
minated one cay in tne lmngnaui ma
tron soundly slapping the reverend
gentleman's lice. AUtr this, of cou se,
the house was rot large enough to
contain bo'.h bl igertnts, to Mrs. Mc
Auley pecked up, and la now, It ia ba-
lievod, in Missouri wiih her son.
This left the field clear, and the r neb
is now urcui i d by Mm. Valentin and
her son, with Mgr. Capel aa tutor and
did mot CAna voa separation.
Being isked if be c intempla'ed
bringing suit for divoroe on the ground
of his wile's friendship for Capel, hs
nhtugKed his BhotilderH and raid that
be did not know tbat ho shou d do so.
lie hud had enough tf suite, and the
law ciurts Wtra very txnentive, and
ai he had no dceiro to a it Kin got mar
ried be h d no preient in'ention cf
trying lo ob ain a separation. When
Capet ft ft came to the lanch Im
claimed to be in daily expectatloa of
tuo receipt of $15,000 from a debtor lu
England, but it Is not kcoan that the
mm was over rectivod. Latt year
Mrtr. Valereln's income wns net over
(4000, which wes not sufficient to meet
iiiterost ciiarjHs and ott.er oth-r ex
tinnees f r which she ia reep inHibie.
This year hor income has been little
or noihirg, and whence the means of
suppoit were deiive 1 for lite bome
holu Valensin could not toll. The
Count is of tho opinion that
Capel was led to fo m the ac
quaintance of the McAuleys and Mrs.
Va'enein because t''eywerel ays very
prfdH0 in their clniuis to great wealth
and that tho Mocsiguor hoped through
hem lo rscuperate h'a fnl on fortunes.
la this, howevtr, he will llud himee'f
mistaken, as the McAuley prcpBity is
now heavily mo ttged, while, as rns
besn said, Mts VaWsln has hardly a
cent she can call ber own. vatersm
said he had been informed that tbe
Monsignor had been instrumental in
putting detectives on bis track in order
that his wife might find tome other
iiround for divorce than cruelty, aud
said she waa welcome to such testi
mony if she could get it, aa it was a
matter of Mipreme indifference ts him
wutttier she pore his name or nor.
tioaveutMl The t'all mt the
to Ural Tod". j.
WAPttiNaTON, Ootohor 11. The 6a
proaie Cjuit of tiie Unlle'l States on
voi'od at nom tcday. Tnere was a
full bench and a fair a t nilance of the
bar. The Chief Jua'ice annoiinoed
that the call of tbe docket would b 'gin
t)tncrrow inornlnir with the aeaigtied
caa, namely: The Faciuo nnio.al
bmk cis r, uio'iulit hero by appeal
(rum ths Circui' (.ourt of the UnileJ
Slates for tho liie rc: of Masiachu
s?tt. The c-uit I hen adjourned in
order th t tho jnnt es might rnnka
thtir ru tnmary uill upon ttie 1 resi
dent, Ti e number tf cases n the
docket this morning was IK 3. Th
justices called at the White House in
the afterno in to nav their respects t
the Pie'ldtnt Tliey were received
by the President in tie Blue Parlor,
All the meoibsiH of the court were
present vxceiit Mr. Jii't'cs Wood
who it confined to his home by
l.leblg Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic.
"My patier tj derive rr.arked and
desidtd benefit from it," sys 1'rol,
J. M. Crnchao,M 1) , Profesa ir Sur-
-rr. ew lorx MhIciI uoiieue
For bad taste in the mouth, bid
b'ertb, heart u n, pain in a otua.h
aid Dokhk, tta'uleucy, tonnipatl
(vmntoniB of ilvsnensia and I roven
down d:gtion), it Is Invaluable. Also
in h iionsi:es, malaria, debility, liver
c.mplainte, sick headache.
"Uar nnby'a I'lrat Year,"
by Ma'ion Ilarland, with other varia
ble intorma'ioni f--r' v-emlit lingo book
Sent free on receipt ot 2 cent stamp,
Address Red & Carnrick, Mercantile
Eichango Building, New York City.
mmi CROP REPORTS
REASSl'RE THE PUBLIC AS TO
WHEAT AND IOK.X
Being a Fair Average Compared
With Preceding Tears Potatoes
and Other Late Crops.
Washington, October 11. The re
port of i be Department of Agriculture
for Octob-r givrs local eetimateaof tbe
yield per acre cf small grains, with tbe
condition of corn, pota oas and other
late crops. Tbe results corroboia'e
the previous returns of wheat, con
firming the expects ions of a slight in
crease from the first records of thresh
ing, without making any veiy material
addition to the crop aggregate. The
average yield, upon an area of folly
37,000,000 acres, appears ts be clcss to
J 2 4 bushels per acre, miking tbe crop
of an average of a series of veer. The
a-eo actualy harvested is cow the
i rUclpal object of extct determina
tion. The result will vary little from
an increa-e of 100,000.000 over the
crop of last year. Tbe S ate averages
of principal ttates arer New York
17 bashals, Pennsylvania 13, Kentucky
11.6, Ohio 15.7, Michigan 16 3, Ir.
diara 151, Illinois 13 J, . Wiscongia
12.3, Minnes ta 12.6, Iowa 12.5, Mis
souri 12.5, Kansas 11, Neb a-ka9 6,
Dakota 10 5, California 11.5, Oregoa
The average yield per acre cf oats is
26.0 bushels, im-k ng a crop of ov. r
000,000,000 bushels. The Ohio Vtlley
xvemg'B over 30 bushels per acre;
low over 34 bushels, with lower
yitlila in Mieeouri, Kansta and the
eouthern S ates. The Ku-.t3rn fcUtes
have high yittldr.
The bailey cr.ip averages 22.4 bueh
els per atne, aud the product will
come nearly up to 00,000,0'JO.
The average yield of ttie rye crop is
11.8 bnihels per aere, and the product
over 20 00J.0OO. The high tempera
ture of September and theabaei.ee of
frcst have improved the corn crop
prospec s and made the expec'atiou
22 bushels peracra and rendered car
taiu a crop of at least 1,050,000.000
buihel'. The final averages of condi
tion of tbe seven etatei which pro
duce reveu-tsnths of the crop a-e:
Onio, 00; Indiana, 03; Illinois, 74;
Iiwft, 78; Missouri, 08; Kauens, 65;
Ni brisks, 73.
Averages. of the Edste n Slates aie
above CO, aid th Be of tbe Southern
Hta'es mostly batween 80 and 00. Ttie
general average is nearly 80, againBt
95 lat year, when ths yie'd was 20.5
bushels.' The genera1, average of Oc
tober condi ion o! pjtatoea is 8i,
a&ainst 82 1 s'. ytar, 88 in 1881 aud 03
in 18K3. Tne average of New York is
OJ, IVnnr-ylvsnia, 4; Virginia, 93;
Ohio, 80; Michigan, 71; Indiana, 8;
Illinois, 70; Iowa, 59; Missouri, 72;
Kansae, 03. Toe tobtcco average con
di ton is nearly 87 Kentucky, 02;
Tennei see. 00; North Carolina, 60;
Virginia, 77; Maryland, 75. Cigar to
baeto avtrajt a higher except in WL
The promise of buckwheat is for a
cop slightly under the average. Con
dition in New York and Pennsyl
vania 87, which is neatly the general
I 1 1 matt ortlie"rarmr,sHevlrw.n
CincAcis, Iu,., Octobsr 11. The fol
lowing cros report will appear ia this
week b iesue ol the farmers Keview
Corn htis inz Is proKre8inK in Mis
s url, Kaaias, Nebraska. Iowa and
Illinois, and will become general
throughout ths entire co n belt dur-
iLg tbo n xt te n days. The reports
generally Indicate tsat t.ie gram is
llr m and sound and promis.s to grade
well, ins average yield per acre
shows no special increase over the
eit mates heretofore made. Jtsporte
from 18 Illiiioia counties make tbe
lowest aer,ttr.a 12 to 18 bushels to the
acre in Jeflersm, Bond and Richland
counties, while 1J ouintifs place the
average at 15 to 30 bushels and
ciuotiis 35 to 40 bushels, making the
general average for the 18 ccuu'ies
b mt 26 bu lit is. Tne pot it o yield in
Illlnoia varies wiriely, the largst
vield being 15 btiebe s t the a'jre in
Mwards county. Ihe averaze
yield is placed at 77 buihels
in 10 cnun ies, wi h prices et
from 30 t 00 cents ptr bushel. In
11 t'cu countits the average yield of
torn is 28 biiHhele, and of po'et es 8
buahe's. In Oi.io t!-:e corn yield in
the rouirii'S reporting this week is
30 kmebele, while tbo potato yield is
estimated t,t 11 bnshelH. In tvifssouri
the potato yie'd is placed at 07 hush
els. In Minn (nut n the potatj yield
promises to bo mora neatly an aver
site, and is luliy i:-;U pusuetp. ia
Miihitan tho co'nto yield id placed a
73 bushels tor tho counli-s ri potted
and about tbe same yield in NetiriBka
AVnea. ae clinir is near y rompletod in
Miisnuri end Kanms, anil the grain is
reported 1 1 be growing finely, Seed
ing is in progreee in I diana and Iowa
and pottionsof II iuoie. The acreage
in Onio, Indiana, Mir-souri and Kin
sis will be larger than la-t year.
Of cure Cod Liver Oil. with Hyso
Dhospbites, 1s a most valuable remedy
for consumption, scrofula, wasting dis
eases of children, colds and chronic
coushs. and in all conditions where
there is a loss of flash, a Ibc of nerve
power and a general debility of tbe
ArttliblMbop Furerira Debt.
b'shop KUier has addressed a long
tetier 10 me vacnono ciergy aim lauy
11 kiln j'lin.ig, ui V,. .i ii 'ini ,, v,i
Buojeci oi irieuetiioi uie me Arcn-
hi.han I'nrrn I. in which lie. rar: "1
apnlft iinf .v.ttn v, In li.-inna nf nlita'n-
ing an ami unt even appioanhieg to
,1 f .1.. : l..i ....n...
intr Bti'n ui i ii i c mum. uui ouuici
Hi. 'a . . ... An uii.l aV,a 1 .11-tiaaL
lv endiavor to niaVe t.iut htt'o as
lib 1- , n i no i v,, nun " q . . . .......
great as romi'ms.
in,pMwiih.trirt rummi '""v.t u!1!"';.'!!; ",J
II, nil limln,-.-. Hr. fi-li-,' Bukltiir I'ox-ilvr c'ii;tilij
ni ..imonl.l.ln.,-.AI.nil "I rii.;ijc-J. I 'J-'
kilracti, Vuillla, Uiuun, us, lluvuf dvllcluuV.
pmcr aims PowDcn CO. csiem v st louA
The First Sign
Of failing health, whether In the form ot
Night Sweats and Nervousness, or In a
sense of General fearlnesa and Loss ol
Appetite, should suggest tbe nae of Ayeri
Earaaparllla. This preparation la moat
effective for giving tone and atrengtb
to the enfeebled system, promoting to
digestion and assimilation of food, restor
ing the nervous forces to their normal
condition, and for purifying, enriching,
and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years ago my health began to fan.
was troubled with a diatresmir Congo.
Nk'ht Hwenta. Weakm-aa. and Nervooa-
nesa. I tried various remedies prescribed
by dirTi-rcnt pliyaiciana, but became so
weak that I could not go up stairs with,
out storming to rest, ily friends reeom-
meniieu mo 10 try A vera paraupariiia,
which I did. and I am iiow as bealthv and
strong as ever. Mrs. K. L. Williams,
I have used Aver'a P:irntmrilla. In inv
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it (a
taken laittirully, tlmt it will tliorougniy
eradicate tlila terrible illsease. I have also
preacritied it as a tonic, as well as an alter
atlve, and must say Unit 1 houeitlv believe
It to be the beat blood medicine ever
compounded. W. F. Fowler, 1. D.
M. D., Grceuvlllo, Tcnu.
It would be Imnnnsiblo for me to de
scribe what I sutlered from Indigestion
and Ileiulm-lio up to tlm time 1 bi-gun
taking Ayer's Sarsapnrilla. I was under
tho euro of varioua nhv voiiins anil tried
a great ninny kinds or meuicwa, out
never obtained more than tei- lorary re
lief. After tnkiuar AVer's Sarrwianlla for
short time, in hci dai lie (.isiippcarcd.
nnd my stoiuneh pr : forined ' duties mora
leneeliv. io-Uav inv neail . is com.
leteiy rentoreu. Mury liuricy, spring-
I have teen greatly benefited by the
prompt nae of Ayers Sarmiparilhi. It
tone and hi sic orate lie : ystem, nirulnti-s
the action or tbe digestive una u--iiuiiuiivo
organ, and vl'.ilizes tho blood, it In,
without doubt, tho most reliable blood
purlllcr yet discovered. II. I). Johnson,
863 Atlantic avc., llruuUlyii, JN . l .
Pmpertd by I)r. J. C. A yer k Co., Lowell, Uaaa,
ffSiCB ti; Cwttloa, SS.
Mn.tliiinrillT mertu tho demand of the
for woman'i p-r,uliartlHction. It ia arem
edy for WOMAN ONU.and for oue bVh
DIAL CLASS ol her Ji(cnfe. It in a. erecillo
for certain diiteaoed c indilions of the womb,
and io eontrola the Mmitrual omans aa lo
resilHtn all deraneenieriU and Irresularities
ol her Monihlr SinVne-f. The proiirietora
claim for thin remedy no other medical prop
erty. It la atriolly a Vegeta-ile uompi uun,
th .tudied nreanriti'.ion of ft learned phv
lolan ah' aeapeclaity wiii tKuai.a luhkihis,
md who'o fame became enviable becauae of
iia aaccaaa in the trnntinent and cure of
: . t ... . . . - -
female oomplatnts. bullcrinir woman. It
will relieve jou of neurly all cemplaints
peonliar to yocr rex.
t oT aaie oy arungi'. t rue lor ouuk,
'Meaaage to Woman, 'mailed tree.
ilRinriisi.D nmiui,ATOR t;o , Aiiimra. m,
WHB01V3 COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVEE
OIL AND LIME.
31- Qg: gC
aii.n.nnlnn Arlla-ln TheiKrrnt
popularity of "Wilhor'a Compound ot Cod
l.iver Oil and Lime" baa induced lonue un
principled pernoni to attempt to palm oB a
simple article pi inoir nwn ijiuuruium,
but anT peraon who ia Fuflorinij from Cougha.
V01Q8 Or LVDHUUIIIikiii. .uuuiu ua v.w.
wh.re thoy purcliase tnia arnoie. i ne ro
aulta of its uae are ila best rerauiuionaatiotis,
and the proprietor hua ample aviiloaoeon
HU nf it. irrrat aurci-na in ptilinonarT com-
plainta. Tbe fhosphKte ot L,io,e p:aaeaaes a
most marvelous brallng- power, as oomoinea
with tho pure Cod-Liver Oil l Dr. Wilbor.
It la proacrihed by ttio tncdicnl faculty. Hold
by A. ti. WiLBoa, Chexifct, Boatop, and
Iiook of nil Diseases,
Cloth & Cold Binding
114 I'lfrc, wllh HIP.I KngTKTlns,
I-Yvitm, I'oriKHtifiTi. Ititininniatlona...
Worm., Worm l-i-vt-r, Worm I 'olio...,
I'ryhu I'ollr', or TiwIIiiiik of lufunta
IliHrrliaa. el Clnl.lrtMl or Adult
jlx-Nf tilery, (nioii).', ltiliou. Culio...
I holer, moron., , iMiiiv.ii.
4'ouith., IJul'l. Iti'irn-liitm
i-urnlm, ,' .! ""i '
-iliiiiri-.,-il or I'nliiliil IVrlllila
A lillt., lo" 1 r-'iUM. rt-riooi,
I'rollP. fotltrll, litiirult lin-nthlir....
Kail llhruill. KriH, l-'.ruplioua..
Frvrr ";! Am"', I'lnlla. Malaria
I'nrnrrli. Iiillociirn, -nM in tli iiad
Whoopirif UMl,r 1111 , 'vu"kii...
.a,-,,.-, - - - .
,j u...u lll.,n.e
-.1 lllo,"iv,i ojf.iua, imuiw.
I'rln.rv cnkni.., Woitlna 1t.rl...
lIUl'Hiri.l '""O. . n'"..
TTJiTriLiroiU, or jMt.lii.ol un rucf ipt of
TirilM.-iai"'Ut aUmi.NalU.llWr.'uiaM. a. I.
Question ia eneagincour agricultural com
munity. Meisra. K. 0. CRAIG A CO., Nos.
87 and SB Unton streot, Memphis, Tenn.,
are daily In receipt of
reports on growth in diversified cropping
oorn, oata, wheat, rye, barley, cereals, and
orchard, herds, clover, tall moadow oat-
grtsa and timothy ir.vs
All our wornout stdte lands may be re
claimed by lowing ne and clover on them in
fall or spring, or sowing cow-peas in May,
June or July, then turn lender, and
improve the land.
1C. ti. CKAIG A CO.,
Agticultura Implement grid Seed Dealers,
A PAO'JTH. A.-vrt. .ui-i tliw,t.)l
It, K .1 "f I-.- V I iniit,. rrap. a.
Th. OrlKln.l ami Only Geunlate.
Sato andalw Veliable. ISovrrrcot wortii.
i. ..a Imitations. Indi'i-ensabiehi I.AIHKM.
u.tlH giMll "inare, rinimii,., - -,
.THAUK suplied by QK0. 0. GOOD WIS
' wkoleeale Afraia, Bostaa, H-iia
Speer's Cotton Gin
Huling from Mulberry
Insurance and Sacks free.
"Tne Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
&Best Yield. Best Sample.
Hew Cotton Gin
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison
LATESr IMPROVJQD IIULsIaER GINS.
EST Turnout aid Sample Unnrsntrrd. Good welghti, and remittances promt '
r I.Mlila All eitttnn Tn.n.aJ hil. In 1 rm fi .It. .11 A Klditl. K.W. flimilhad Oil ftR
ppnution. W n the "Ptnl l'llr"
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 3U Front Street, Tomer
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail
HOUSE, SIGHT AND
JJ. 235 fii:COM ST11EET,
- a mr n HARTAl. J W. BA.ILKT.
UU of J. B. Pt 4 Son,' Lt of MeMham A Horton. tU of Bailor A CoYinitot
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-383 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
COTTOX FACTOBS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Xo. S3 1 Front Streot. Cor.
JOSEPH Sl'SARMAJf. HESBT FRANK.
FADER, FRANK &
291 Front Street. Opposite rnwloni ITowwo.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. 30 Front Strot. ; Megapbls. Teas.
W, N .BRO
266 Front Street, :
T)Y MUTUAL CONSENT, the firm of Alston. Crowell Co. ia thij day dissolved, b. w
I-S n n t l Y k Alstun and If Ii Mnurv. Will Ann
! t nun Hi huaineflH ut trie O'd Sinna. Corner X
. . ' i i. pov m
WO VU mi II IU t- we kvo- .. a.
.r,.i,.inrI,P...n,i.M tu firm.
M. JONES. President. ,
kW. D. F. UAWRIB,
36 39 and 40
V. H. JONM. TNO. X. BPBRP. 1. F. PBTBR3. BBO. ARNOLD, W. P. T. BATTKTB
Quarter of a Century in
LAX G STAFF
Nos. 322 and 324 MAISJ
GUNS, STOVES, TINWAR,
ltIVJGT lTMPS, POINTS,
EVAPORATORS ANT) SOKfllllTM MILLS
M. PE ABGB & Co
Cotton Factors ti Commission Merch'ts,
No. 280 riSOWT STI1EET, iaJt.KiiafciJ, lisw M.
fotIM Warshnnas-Xea.M and 9ft I nlosa Hr-r-t.
SrBSCItlBE I OK
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEM
ONE DOLLAR PER- YEAR.
to St. Martin Streets
Street, 3f emphis, Tenn. (
nrni iinlimdn'l wngim eotton. Hiv a trial
of Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Mculdings and Mixed Paints.
... - MEMPHIS. TEX Jl
Fnlou. Mwinplilw. Tcnii.
: 5Iemnliis, Tenn.
root nu uuiuu vicocibi f"ui un ?."L"","
ir ii u.ituv
npixiiinra a continuation of the iiherH natron
h. W. CKOWaCLLi.
& SiWRBS 00.
. I. F.PETERS, Vloe-Prwldent.
Seoretary nd Treasurer.
the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS, TENN
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
. No. 238 Main Street.
OPEN THE ENTIBE ICAIt.
THE course of studyla extended, thorough,
and practical, effordine: auperior facili
tiea for obtaining aeound buaineos education.
MISS S. F. MAY'S
Reopens October 4, 1886.
PUPILS prepared for "The Art Students'
League," of New York, or any other
first claaa art school they may desire toenter
XO. 57 3IAWISO.V STREET,
M El! PIUw. TKWW.
SCHOOL OF ART
TIIE HIGBEE SCHOOL.
MEMl'IIIS, .... TEXX.
DRAWING, Pointing and Wood Carving
taught by tbe methods of the celebrated
Cincinn-itl bchool ol uesign. p irm auconja
fully int'Oluotd bore by Misn Larrie les
londe Dobyns, Prinoipal School of Art, the
Mend for Sped" I Clrrulnr for Art
I AUTVX'S a'4IM K 1.41. sail,.
i7JL a-ua . sifi R h Sr.. Wa.kinirton. D. C.a
opens Ootober 1Mb. Proved a a i rnol.cally
useful bu'iness education, firms: Ll'e schol
arship, $l Unardinir, Btutionery, etc.,
twelve .eeks" course, I 5. For circular (tree)
address Martvn's Com m-rcinl College.
School of Drawing and
All M. rnnrt St. ii. W. Ial. Frio.
DEOF. DALE, a g'aduite of the National
J PCnnOlOI r,licuuini aim "low,, "-r
dolphia.Pa , willreno'vo a limrel rumberor
pu i-ils in urayo ana r.is"-i i" mux u,
cation. M'buol Open. Oi lober IS. Ti-rms
Reasonable. Public Hcnding a Si ecialty.
The Higbee Schocl
FOR THE HIGHEit
Education of Young Ladies
fieale, Lauderdale and Jeiramine i.ts.,
Incorporated Hh Colleslale Prlv-
AN INSflTT'TIoN OF HIGH REPL'TB
AND KMWIM i,AUI.L,l.t.i;i.
Fall Term Opeus Monday. Sept 20.
-Thorcnah English and CUesietl Course.
Modern ianguagea by foreign leacners.
Bnok-keeoinir. Siiort-hand and Type
Schools of Art, Music and Elocution noted
for eiception.l advantagea.
Special students received in very aeparv
a n. And alao-ant hntldino- will be erected
during the summer and tall, wherein will be
lurnishea a spacious iiuav oai', large pri
mary school-rooms, olass-rooma, laboratory,
library, gymnasium and artgallery, which,
with the elegant mansion used for boarding
pupila and the wooded pleasure grounds,
will form one ot he most complete school
foundations in the boutn.
Cataloaues ready August am.
fT information address
MISS JENNY M. HIQBRE. Principal,
Tulano University of Louisiana.
Formerly, 1847-1884, the University of
ITS advantagea for practical instruction in
direasesot the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law secures it suneranunaani inaieri-
I. f tk. Ovarii Ilnuttitnl with it.
mo jiiiui mr ,ii,,uu.ii.,
700 beds, and 211,000 patients annually, stu
dent have no hosp tal-fees to pav and sm-
ciai insiruciion ia uany nivnu n, luo
ot tbes-ck, as in no other institution, xor
catalogue or inp rmatron. adaress
Prof. S. K. CUAlhliK. m. u., emn,
P. 0. Drnwer 'fit Ni.w Of'rnra, 1,.
lumTACTunEna or aiilftt?
SAW AND ?LAN!NQ rV!!LL SUPPLIES
srwnrra pon cataiocue. W"
Electric Belt Free
10 Introduce It and obtain went! we aril
r . , . swaa iV-&
a. lor l Dv mir v.r, '
of charxe, in each county in tbe ij. o. a nm
ited numneirol our Herman fcltwtro -Titnle
Sn.praiiorj' Belt. Price tai a
positive and unfailina: cure for Nerrons De
bility, VarieooeU, Kmissloni, InapoUnoy,
maauiaawre dcaa Bot tsner.U a Witn
i . r - . A J .1 a ai nllita Kl.HIJa
aj-.. at finrt. ELKO-
-.mmria parrnni. ndjiun
TRIO BiL'f AQ8KCY.
P. U, vox Jli.
Brooklyn, m. i.
i-wia", Nrrf7umrd Oatoi 1
raiiv:v;l.W' "ii rlnflaa. ever prlil, now rwwv
R-i.-;..-,ta r,w Tables. Cbaif, '
Sfi,yZ"7li''tEg, Book Casei, Lonngei
i i-LiJli-W1;.-? Letter Presses. Cabin::
Ladies' fancy Desks.
rmi nofwi. nna ixrwucr
yrioei OiiiirHiileftl. fWnki'
tr". I'oBt.'it. 4r. No wilw
Rncej'a (Horse) Corn aud Pea Flail.
HA VINO perfected my Invention, I wish
to place it before the public, especjaily
manulacturers. Aa a Corn Plantar, It is a
perfect suoeess opens the drill, distributed
the seed accurately, nn'.niured, and eovera
the same, thereby one man performing ttn
work of three. Tho hare been paed in
this section for oyer e dosen yean with per
feet aatiifaotion. tan Wo respoLiibla Usti
monials. Addreat .
JOHN U. DANCY.Dancyrtlle,
Harwnod MnnH, 1 .
RAND MOTEL, ALUM '.
Horkbridae Co., Va. Huh np in the
Virginia mountaina. Picturea'iue surroand
Inea.extenaiveand beautilully shaded lawn.
Oaa, eleotrle bell", and all modern improve
ments. Two daily uiile. post, telegraph end
express offices on the premises. Table the
very beat. Luxuriously furnished rooms i
suierb band of mosio. fiend for illustrated
psmptllet. I -narioj imimm t. vyru nir .1.-
iUrs. June lftth. nntrw A'w, thnlybrnl
an d reron.JR JCW I LU'SI.Mn'iT..
To I'phI t:.tat Owtiorg and Ajrwitit.
ijAKTIE having aidcwalks to put down
JT will find it totln-ir interest t apply to
W. B. LOCKEV, XI Madison, or shop.
Second. Cont'actor lor Btewart'a Oraon
1 nitotaUI.YM.BI. T. -Board in tbe Hill,
Mrs. 11. C. Howard, 2i Wafhir.gton
Park. Kooma large; location delixhifol..
Coorenlent to cars to Mannrittan ili-ach,
Conay Island, Long Beach and Central l'nrkl
alo lo iiew lurk placea of exuseaen'..
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