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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
. Ho. 38 MADISON STREET,
Ilia receipt of a larger, wore varied and better se-
letted steck of CASSMEBEStTORSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
Hons,) thaa was ever ibown
tack comprises the cboicest designs, finest textures
aad most daraMe goods in gentlemen's wear.
1ST Sample! and Prices on application to those
Who have left measure!. ,
EUGENE' ROBIXSO X 'S
PALACE MUSEUM, MENAGERIE
Adams k Jefferson.
Bpeolal Notice to Jjadlen
There will ba riven out on the Opening Day, to
THE L4I)IENOLY, 3000 KLKO iXT SOUVEXIKS 1REF,
which will be gilt and beveled edse large eise colored Photograph, worth at least on
dollar. Pee (or yourselves. CAMPLkS CAN BE SEEN AT
H. L. Huion, Krai Petite Agent- 19 Madison street.
P. Callahan A : Co.. Plumoers, 217 Second street , . .
Memphis Btoain Shirt Fiiotory and Laundry. 224 Second street.
Armstrong Furniture Coinnany, 272 Second street.
Issues St Co., Auluiuarian Uiok Store, 4ID Main street.
.1. B. t-eeley. Carpenter, 43 (J-yo9o street
B. II. 'V.Oods-iii,lryloo1s, SHI! Main street.
W C. McQbee & Co.'s Stove and Uoureseepcrs' Goods, SSUnlon street.
James Degoau, Agent. VH Paper nd Painting, sra seeana street.
ALSO. IM FRONT OF THE MlabtM.
the xixjivra-iv sitTra TEimiBn
1 ' x
A p'ayfal, browa
eyed puppy Isced
lny covered with
silben bair f om
head to foot. Not
- . : - -.
-JO-JO, the Do Fuecil Hii.slan bor, and a host ot other Curiofil ef.'sn
S3 OBAND DOnBIiB OOMPANIBB
J. II. Synoaa's All Sr Mticclwtv ('ipaay, In conjunction with
Ir-ni f'z' WnclrlHl mytlllyiiiK 1'ompuy.
lO Cta. Admlaisjlou to All Only XO Cti
RKSERVtn PKTS W OKNTS KXTHA
W. J. QILMORE'S
Cuari.18 H. YaLt Sola Manager.
THE QR4NDEST SPECTACLE
Kvsr Conceived and CarrTeJ.
LAST Sf.ANUN 191 AHKR1CA.
Monday, October IMh-H B. MANTELL,
in bis gro tt8Uo ss, "Tunsled Live."
1KlF. MAX HY'4 Unsirlntr Arxlfmj
is open tor the season at lnniila'1 Mall,
cor. Jeflo-soi urid "rcjnd streets Children
nd Misses' Cla-a Wednesday at 3 p.m. and
Bvurduy at 1:30 p.m. Ladies' nnd Ocnts'
Class 8 pm. sime days. Be will give a rrand
Promenadx Concert and Matinee evory f-t-orday
lrom 3:30 to A p.m , with a fine
ori'hes'ra of twelve musicians. All persons
attending the m itinees will bo instructed in
all the late.-t s';le ot dancing during mati
nee hours. Adinifsion. 10 cnts.
Mrs. Florence Fin'ey Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
Sutiinlrtv. tier. 23d. at St P.M.
P0( KETBOOK Containing one plain
gnldring, an amytast ring and several
r litt a a-tieles. rintler ill nleao re
turn ti Mr. A. Henkrrt, corner Main and
Adams street". nd he liberally rewarded.'
FOR SALE. ItKNT Ht EXCIlAKt.E. '
CSOTION KHKD On si'iith siue of ew
J Madison ttrett, near Wdiington. In e y ,
occupied by A. M. Boyd A ''ore. Pise "t lot
88!i,xH ieet. JOHN JOHNSoN, i
10 Madison street. I
AT F. A. Jones A Co.'s.. one nice rent'a
baggy M A U that any lady oao drive
or ride perfectly sa'e. .
- Brand new. at a sacrifice.
st iftice Pox 18. c
LD SCUOJL FUKNITURE-Apply to
Clara Conway Institute.
HORSE Buggy, Harnwi, Kobea, Blanke'i
and Covers, dirtcheap. 675 MAIN ST.
LPRAMU Cot g, on cor. R.vharn ev. end
X Oeergiast I lot5Sxf70. with a home -18
rooms. In good tvder. , This is a oboire pieoe .
of property, ard can be purchase i on easy
monthly par men's by paying pa t cash An
ply M'nter Parke or A. J. Martin. 280 Main.
RESIDENCK-Nos. 8nd Market st s
lng nd repair: tot lflxW)i- Apply to
y.C. KKNED1t.47H .Hosby st.
AT A BARWAIN A god paying Oe man
BoardiDghoase in Helena, Ark., owner
wishing to retire. For further particulars
lnamo at BRU NNKR'S, In Helena, Ark.
Sideboards, Lnnnse., etc.
AMbS, BEATTIB A CO., .
No 30t Main street.
TWO 30 Inch Portable Corn MIHst "c.26.
inch Corn Mills; two2l-inch Crrn Mills,
No. 1 order. New and 6cnnd-hand. Mill
work of tht de.eriptien solicited. A good
stock of select French Burr Stone on band.
THOS. DELANY, 124 Frontst.
CBEAPFST-;i"'lKl improved propertr
W It. L., Appeat t.fficn
good young rookaway and
XI hack horse
HOOK ALiORIl.L, 29."eeondst.
-j A BEAUTIFUL BUILDIN3 LOTS-Neae
Xtc State Female College, 'or sale on easy
monthly payments, at ft to ' per front foci;
two blocks frem street cars, in -the most de
sirable suburb of Memphis. Only (K0 oash
down required, and balance atftiOpor month.
T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
tHAMBKR'H FOLDING MACHINE
v little used, and in good condition
THE lea and fixtures of tb St. El do
Hotel, Me-ldian, Miss. Twenty-five
comniodions rooms, witliin three minutes
walk of the I nion Depot; large sample
room on the etreel next door; sow doing a
good business and pooular. Can be bad at a
bariain if appi ed for within trie next thirty
d"ys. Apply to Charles Klmirs, proprietor,
Senate Building, occupied by ii. Low
enstein A Bros.' j must be removed at once.
NEAT COTrAHK-Or six rooms", and lot
300x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
lUEAi'1 una ae-ond hand Ri(KaWAY,
J nen.r.'y as good at new, at lot I'ni- n st
CtKDAK i-KNCINO POSTS For sals by
W. R. LA RMN, Larsinsvllle. Ala.
Ml OODLAWN STOCK FARM-
- In ibestnd
VV one tWotighbred Running llnre:
t20. One Troltinir llor'e; fee. I0. One Jer
sey Bull: fee, H Ml For San-) Heroes,
8 Milcb Cows. IS bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
ooeks and Newfots-dland Pups. Horses on
pasture, to per month : Texsa hortas, 10c per
tUta seasoa'i import.
In this market. The
10 A.M. to 10 P.M
MONDAY, OUT. 18
Not a vestige of
tkia is visible on
ttry pa't of his
head, face, nick
note or ears. He
receives ataUiy of
$ 000 per week
more raorey than
(ha President gets.
atl(l twice the Bum
any other cm ioeity
was ever paid
Geuteel lltiUMrliold r nrultnre at Aoc
tl n, on the premises, No. SS7 Court
street extended, WEDNESDAY, October
1.11b, at 10 o'clock. Chamber, Dining
room and Kitchen Furniture, Carpe's, etc.
A M SrOIt-HO, Auctioneer.
FOK KENT OR SALE.
BRI K hOL'SE Two Morics. store and
rooms. Ayidy wt r2 North See')d t.
( ISTERNS-Built and repaired and war
V rnnted. Inventor of (he Sanitiry P- rt
Innd Cement Purap. Contraetur and brick
livr Telphonw TUPS CUUHlNij.
0. J. SCI1ERER. Surgaon CUIropo-
., 211 Main street. Sixteen years
praetico in Memphis. Charges moderate.
Ca'l and see him. nflioe hours from 8 a.m.
to ?t p.m. Mi duvs from 9 to 12 m.
MULE On lfth inst , one dark 1 ay hor-e
mule, about ten years old, 1C hands;
chafed on bock joints: small skinned rl'ce
onletthip. P. M. PA 1 1 EHrtON A CO.
On Ont. 8th. at Dennis Sexton's
ace on Randdi-n road. Owner can have
by pa t i n' ehirea and proving nrf'per'y.
ML'LES From the Transfer Stable, cor
ner of Concord and Se-ond street, last
Friday, one moure colored horse mulo, ab ut
16 bands high andtli rO years old, lame in
id one hiacK mare mule, -.bout
same ago and hunt, with one eye out and
badlv sweenied in shoulder. Any one re
turning th-tn to shove single, or living any
it. formation of them, will b liberally re
ward d. T N.PUTOS.
MULES On the ninhtef Oct. 3d, 3 miles
ast o' Colliervilte, 2 black mare mules ;
one about fU" ye-irs old, in good fix and
1rimuiMd up, with lit le white spot under
juw; the other, ten or twelve years old
rouih, slid n t so wei trimmed. RewM
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
YuuLg, Metonf is, or
W.T PHICK. C llierville, Tenn.
POPLAR STREET, two nicely fur
nished rooms to single gentlemi n
STOKE No. 132 Peale street. Inquire at
"o. 132 Beale 'treat, up stairs.
ROOM N'ce front room, every conveni
ence; 1 142 Madison street
ROOM Furnished room for rent at 1M
HOV Sri- Part of a house, contrally located
and convenient t businesa. Address
FOPT H v E M PH IS, Letter Carrier No. 12.
COTTAGE Four rooms. OS Auction street.
Apply at 33 1 bird street.
OFflCE' Twn fine offices and fixtures
over No. 17 Madison street. Inquire ol
Katsenberg, at Mechanlos Savings Bank.
fir t-class: gents only. 9tMadlont.
VJ k BAW CO HON
OIN And itsKI-Feet
F. L. WARNER.
.) D ELLlMJ-HulIsEs Withn five min
1 utes' walk of Couit Square. Also, six
' acres in southeast suburbs, with "ood bou e
! and stable on place, suitable for market
gard-n. Apply to DASTON'8 HOTEL.
slTORK-ttOOM on Alain etr.et, dwetling
O house on Court stree'. ard several vacant
lo's. Apply to R. B SN0WDKN or J. L.
UOODLOK. 38 Madison street.
TORE No. 40 Madison street.. Apply to
J. S. ANHHeWft. Menken & Co
wo stories, niue rooms,
J) on Mulb rry street
DK S A. POOL.
OlOKMIOUoE-Four story and basement
J storehouse. Mo Vf4 Front street.
MA1.LQKY, CHAPOHD A TO.
K00MS Well lumisbed
rooms, so. 81
FFICE Apply to E. M. Apper-
son A Co
No. 301 front street.
TJtlNE OFFfCES-fiS Madison street, next
to Clarendon Hotel.
B. M. KHTBB, M Madison St.
HOUSES On and near Walker avrn-e,
on Elmwood streetcar line, fron the
1st September, several bouses, -lrom two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply at. 36
Union street. JOS. LEN0W.
H'OUSE-220 Washington 8 .: 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. 11 Main Street.
. No. 216 Main Street.
No. 207 Main Street.
AppIy to J AMfcS LEE, Jg., 4 Madison St.
ROOMS-Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
'LPLEUAlNT newly lurniihrd rooms, bath
Xli ro' m, ete. Inquire at 116 Court street.
StORElkil.'SES-The three new firtt-rlsaa
Storehouses on Slielhv street, next north
of the Uayoso Hotel. Terres reasonable.
Apply to CARrUNG'lO.N MASON.
1 J c
It E OFFICES Ou eeeondstory.ua
copied fir many year by Or J. W. Nel-
son. Dentist, corner Unioo and Main streets
Apply at :it;nion street. JOB. IjltJNOW.
LP It ON T AND REAR OFKICE-274 Front
street; cotton room and urSoe; terms
I00F, Mcf30WA!i A CO.
r ' - -9
MEMPHIS v DAILY APrEAL TUESDAY,
THE PROBLEM SOLVED.
NO DIFFICULTY IS T1IE WAY OF
PUKE HAT EX
The Hyatt Filter a complete Suc
cessBonds Can Be Eutlly
An Afpial man who strolled into
Gen. Co ton (ireeoe'e (.11 ice ya erday
loand him with one band rrs'ioa; open
tbe amo-jth side of a big (tlas jun oi
ppatklioa water, while with the index
finger ot the oioer ue poiniea to a sim
itar jr filled with tbe oiigninal Wolf.
He waa saying something about the
two, Mr. J. M. Fowlkes and Chiet
Cleat y being interested iiatenerf. Tbe
Appeal man mottuop witLio earenoi
and the ducustion was at once brought
t j a close.
"Not ready to go into ptitt. en 7
Not yet, replied too General,
"the public would like to know
what vou accomplished on yoor trip,"
the reporter urged. "The shu'doan
(lurii)K tee pa?t a ay or two nas s.triea
things up c jnsideiably."
' 11 you win wait unui i get uie nnai
rpnnrt of tbe euciutetu andcritm st
whi are now at work," raid the Gen
eral, -'I caa give you a column of in-
leieH riK reading, out wie etuay ucoa
whivb I am engaged is tiatxacta
saeuce lor cdrsory coasiaeiatioo.
Anythirg except a In mil, careftriy
prepared repcr. moet tiec-t-Biii y be
iuxecurate and misleatling "
"Ate we to uiideist-nd that new
difliftulties hive ari en?"
"Ot the contrary, taose which I be
lieved might sUnd in our way have
been entirely removed. The experts
to whtm I aliuled, and who went
into the inveetiKbtiou with (onatiler
able pr judice, as-tnra mo iJiat their
final teuuttH will te as favorable a? we
could detire. But j net here in too
f iult. I do not wish to ant c'pate
tbem. The wLol- question I have to
consider id one of cash, l o illnttrate :
Water miRbt bi oe cent a rottle and
claret ttn ctnte. I iniuht aff,rd c'a-et
and another would liave ticonttnt
htniBdif with water. Tlie quts ionie,
ttien, Bifccs oce cat no; ttlorJ claiet ut.
ita present price, mus- we be contented
with water, or thill we invent a pre
cut) lor makiDg claiet which euall
ring it down to tie price of water.
It other wcrda, tiuc Metnpnm
it) paying all for mud tbat Bits
can tll'jrd shill we in c-ntuut
w th it, or shall we make an effort to
get pure, clour wa'er at the riamepiice.
I'tatwastbe piobl ra b.f ruauid
vet have lo ved ,t. Here id what you
are using now," he eaid, pointing to
the muddy jug, "and here ie tha atti
c e you will cat, at the fame OBt,"
patting the crysuil jar affettiot ateiy
and einpbaticllay. 'I noici thu
a .ma of the sentlemen who tave been
writing in t'je pipers." said tne Gen
era, "claim thac in Eitoae watr is
n-t only pure, but it ia free. They
are mistaken. Toers all was e is
avo d id, and it is all bot measured out
by tbe gill. Tbe Heavy coat cornea ol
tne expensive mtthofs of filtering on
tha continent and in Englaud. tQe lat
ter method, which is tn best, bing
eapecialy cottly. Tbe Hyatt filter
adds compiratively little to tbe
cost, ot supply. Tuat it is
a succe:S thtre can be lo
lancer anv doubv, and with the difap
pearaace of tba; doubt the lit obsti
t'le m the wy of the Waitr Corumit-
t-e was diB.-olved. An luvesti,a ian
hssdtvelop d tlie beiruf tbat we caa
have water wa:c!i is stmetbing morn
t itn merely pure. By a eimple aud
intxornEivo connivance we cn have
it dilivered heavily charged with oxy
gen, a tiling rot ntcts ary fn this cas.',
but an ausoiute iinjjr-jveinem. to my
w,.t-r. It will remain in an astat-ol
sttie lor at Ua t tune dayp, rand wtu u
diawn from a laucstinto a gUss Will at
lirat present the api eiranco of milk,
eo lull will it be t f air. Uu5 ycu un-
deis'and. lI c urfe, tbat all ttiis is
taidwih a reeeiva ion. We are no
ie' ready to to into trikt, and I think
it bess that to fortber tt eruent be
tried- until tbv come ttlicially froui
Sit II, jonMon't thick there is uny
piobibuity that tbe llj att filter m'g .t
l, a failure?"
N it tbe leait. It Is in u e in half
a d zea lutee c t'.i s now, and arrange
men s are being m.id j ti put it in as
inaiiy otliers. And if it were we could
n s noilii: g by i-. Thocomnany is so
I'.trtun th ,t it Herpes t r put in a p'ant
at a cestui $100,000 a d to tak it out
again free f txpxise il it does not
prove entirely satufictary at the end
ot tlie uret yt-ar.
"A id ou do not think its use
wouli ii.cn ase the pre;ent water
"I do rot. Ail of my ca'cu'atinns
haveb en madton thit ba-ia fl20.
OOOter aunum iucime. It would not
be ite lo reduce the cost until tbe
expiration of five yea's, but after that
toe rale could b-4 cut down 20 per
cent, atd alter ten years Ail Pr ceur.,
w tb tbe advantage of an ample sup
iilv of nnre and wholesome water,
H.,Wtver, I am not ready t- put my-
Mi on paper in inai regaia yet
'Naturally you look tea With a few
fi-ianrdf while vlu were away ? '
"Yts." laoghed the General, "I met
several gentlemen who have money
toinvebt Amongctiers, I bad a talk
with H. O. Garth, who formerly lived
hire, and koowi Memphis and ber
n-ed as well as anyone. Hit said
tbere wou'd not tn the sl'ghiest diffi
culty in olac'ng the boadi at5tr
cent. HirmaDy, the enginee-, who is
ac?uaton.ed totuuh things, wai of the
Biine opinion, and, iodend, one trust
co.npany madrj ovtrtorcs to nie. Ob,
no," le concluded, "thtre would be
no difficulty about tt a-."
S 1I00L BOARD.
The Iteport ol ine Niierlsitvndent
The Baar 1 of Edaca'ion met yeptf-r-day.
Tbe Hnperiutendeat submitted
tti- following repoit:
Oentlemen of the Board of Eduction:
In accordance with yoor dinc'ion
the citv pub ic schools were opened
(September '27th, and are now in gtotl
runninir order. Today the'e are 35(10
pu'ils enrolled; 185 of them are in
the tenior department of the Market
Street scttool. This number is nearly
double tbe average nu ruber in the
same depattmeut (net session.
Ihe following sbows the number to
each binding: Haiith School, 676;
Leath School, 426; Feabody Sohool,
3((5; Portur School, 19 i; Merrill 6?:hool,
237; J lTerson School, 239; Pope
Sctool,182 Total nn m ber white pu
ll's, 2214 Kortrtcht S.hool, 610;
Grttt School, 3-15; Mooro School,
242; Bro.d way School 81: Wincbeeter
b'c it.ol, l.r8. Toial number colo.ed
FIIOM TUB PEOPLE.
A NoRKeallnn lor sfiei Street tar
To tba Editor! of the Appeal:
I would like the privilege through
ycur co'uajns of nugitsing to our
street cir companies that oce of them
extend their lines over t Kaybnrn
avenoe. Th's avenue is well popu
lated and is very inconvenient to both
lii es of s-iee; railway. Allhoogh
twelve sqnares in length, there are but
two cross etteats that allow accrsi to
the cue. aid if one of the companies
would bring their line cut tieotgia
street, and into Raybory aveous at
f. r ai Broadway, they would receive a
good paying patronage, rmidint.
HOLD TNE KLKCTMs NEXT
Prre4lDKa or tbe Tonal
t'ewrl at Its ella;
The County Court met yesierday,
with Chairman S aoghter presiding.
M at of iheday wasepant iu passing
upjn bills and i etitL'na f.r retuct oa
W. T. Fayne was releaied fnm psy
ment of poll ttx, he having lost the
use of his right hard.
The Committee on Comp?nnation of
Jnttioe Coleman rer0,tu Hat he
th'.uld b paid M)0. Adoptfd.
A. D. Urn ter, Ihoe. uming J in.
Coleman, T. F. Cas e s and K. F.
Arati wtro appointed nonius ruD-
JUCOES AND CLERKS.
Ths following judg s aod clerks for
the ftoveuiber election were ap
r ... ... , , iir i. r
tnl iKirn jnugas: h.ii r bttw-
Its', Torn Mckeon (Uetx.l, Jehu
Sheeban (Rep) Clerks: ClurUs
HaigU. Janits Norvtll.
S'.txnd. Juditei: w ynn laronon,
Wm. Kyan (Hem.), James Bmttie
(U p). Clerks; Joha Savine, Join
Third Judges: Jonn jwsite, dotin
J. Ba-ry (Bern ), BahiT (Rep).
Cle ks. Henry L-vy, H. rrank.
Futirth Judges: Ben Mdr.-h, K. J.
Bad, nt Hi (B tin.), J. M. H u;Is m ( Rep).
Clerks: J M Canipbe l, bam liltck.
Fifth. -Jiidur s: U. II M. Mnitti.J.
L. Liawlf r(l)eui.), JohnTnyl r (Rep ).
Ciercs: Tom Klly. Kl. roru.
Sixth. Ju'get.: Bob Le?, Msck
L h (Bern.), W. II. Bio due (Rep.).
Cleiks: E. Yerjier, ( harlts Ba r.
S-renth. Judges: F. A. Junes, P.
O. Bogum (Dein ). . r. McGuire
(Rep.). Cleras; Walter Armou-, r.
II JK I s.
Eighth,-Judge;.: Dennis Harvey,
Pat Ouot ey (Dirr.), John T. M -b
(Rsp.) Cierls: Sam Maika, G. .
Ninth Jiidce-: A. F. Hnyden, P.
Ca.lah.n (Djm.), N. Bjattns (Rea.).
Cle k : J e Fuzgera'd, O. AVaner.
Ttrut Judges: LP Moon, I'rank
Davis (Dem ), Al en Clerk (U p.)
Cl.rks: W. K. Hancock, Waiter
ftn Dutrid. Jmlnei: John H.
Sink, J. C. Ca tles (Dm.), WesS ew
ert (R-p.). Cleiki: Fia Ftidle, G.
Sr-eond. Judges : John1 Dwyer,
S.6DC4 Armour (Dem.), Stno Uea
nerern (tep ). Clerks: S. P. Lgon,
Third Jur-g s: G. E Wynn, B.F.
Hawkins (Dem.), A. Y." Bandridge
(Rep.). Clerks: W. H. Williftm', P.
Fourth. Judges: E. J. Weudel, Dr.
W. O King (Dem.), A. ttillweli (Rep'.).
No clerks appointed.
Fifth. Judges: B. M. Ktrtttn, J.
P. 8yk"8 (Dem ), PttefMwtiB'fRep.).
Clerks: W4J1 Rovs'er, Win. M Clean.
.S'lj-fn fPoinl). Judges: H L. Ferrill,
AV. H. Bbodei (Drfui.), Wm Foster
(R'P ). Ule.ks: Peter McEncrow, J.
Suth (Raleigh). Judges: TerTay
lr, W. H. Hodgei (Dtm.), M nroo
M.tfhell (H-o.). Clerks: S. A. ktr-g,
F. J. Bit'iow.
Surnth Judgrg; B. F. Wei i lord,
F.J Warier (Deui.), Monro-i Hitw-
kini(Uep.). Clerks: U. K. Pullia-n, W.
Eighth (.lrlt'njlort) Ju Igf s: H. Y.
Muy, W. R Auee (D m.), Hap
H-'g'er (Rep.). Clerks: El Patrick,
Eighth (Ilritnfwkk). Judges: C. G.
Hug ie. Kd St-wa t (Dem.). W. 11.
Bond (Rep.). Clerkt: K. L. Jone?,
Bird B att e.
Xihlh (Ijog (nion) Jii'lg:s: J, C.
Neelv. Tnomas Ltnu (Duui.), Lnina
G ay (Rep.). Citrks: J. A. M )nrje,
J. P Adams.
Ninth ( Fishnvillr). .Tndgpp: B. F,
R-id. B P. St o-g (Don).), Ti.ottiHM
Fbtrhe' (R"p.). CierkB: J. R. Snn
deri;n. M. U. Fletch'r.
Ninth (Mnsonic. Hall) Judges: Win.
fiaiut. N. M. AIbhp (D-'tn.) Petis Tav
lnr(R'p.) Cloik.: W. W. Alsup, J.
TmihlFml llill) Judges: H. I
B dfor.f, Dr. A. V. McKmrn-y (IVm ),
C. C. MttO mb Kep. . Clerks: J. 11.
Co'ien J H Beas'ey.
Tenth ( Collierville) Judge" : W. II
Irby, E F. Fa-ley (Dem.), Gillord
B ggi (R-p ). Clerks; P. A Perkins,
G. A. Th-irntin.
Eleventh.- Judges: A. O'Neil. 8. C,
Ga ner (D.-ttr.), Loutt Hamlia (Rep.).
Clerks: i one apnit ted.
TiiWfta (OakH le). fueest P. W. D.
Harrison. It. K. E lis (Dm.), Louis
i'ayne ( Kn ). uieris: U. w.uong
l,s. A B El is. !
Twelfth (Grange Hall) Ju1ges:G.
F. Farrow, J5. A K trnondsoo (Dem ),
n. L. Kdw4ids (H-p.l. Clerss: w
B. Vanbonk. W. II. Nelton.
Thirteenth -Judires: Wm. Gill, N.
F lia'n'" (D m.), Spencer Davie
(R-p.) Cletks: W. J. Lvv. jr.. R T.
Fourteenth (Elmivoml). Judges: Jno.
HHirrt h. E P Carroll (Il-tni.). Geo.
Elliott (Rep.). Clerks: A. P. Merriam
Firurteenth (liUmd). Jndgej: J. H
Phillijs. Geo. HnmphretB (Dein.)
rhas. Dork ry (Rep), Cletkj: A
jjcan, Henrtr uacey.
Fifteenth. Judges :
Moone Kle ik (l)cm
(Rep.). Cleiks: G.M
). A. II Smith
Lewi. J.8. Ktw
N. V. Titrkinx,
s, N. O. McCul ough
M:issav (Rp.). Clerks:
ir.. John C IM'.
(Dem 1, ben
N. C. Petkins,
Siventeenth McConneli't) Jtnlges:
Joiin Hudgepein, James Fete (Bttn.),
T M. B'aud (Rett.). Cerks: James
Hudapeth, Wm Moody.
Seventeenth (Hand 4'). Jutlls'fs: A.
Elliott, A!f Hoaard (D m ). John S g
man (Rep.). Clerks: .Nuns,
Eigliletnth.Jndfu-m: W, P. Craw
ford, J. J Hayley (Dem.), M. P ques
(Rep ). Clerks: Boyd Khodts, W. D.
A IlruijglNl'a Story.
Mr. Isaac C. Chapman, drnggist,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years Bold several
gross r.f Dr. William Hall's Bftbam for
tbe Lung". I can Sdy of it wbnt I
cannot siy of any other medicine, I
have never beard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in tht h'gh.
et ruaurer. I lave recommended it
in a grekt many esses of whooping
cough, with the huppieat efleeta. I
have tieed it in mr own family for
mtnv voars; in fact, always have a
tVjIIIo- in the n.edicine closot ready for
OCTbBER- 12, 1886-
THE FALL HEETlXe.
C0MIX(i 8 PORT OS'1 THE JOCKEY
The Hories on the (i round and
Those to Come Fine Spoil
There are now nesrly fifty lo-ies
qna'teredat ihe new Memphis J ctiy
Club t'ack awaiting the ore.-iiug of
the October meeting on tbe 2Ht - ii
atsnt, tbe 1 iie.t arrival being Jim Grjy
with his fine string.
President Montgomery dors not ex
pect many no re uutil tbe close of Oie
LttonU meeting, but tbev will pnur
in then by the carlt ad. Every s ail at
the trcck ha already been spjken for
aod it ib likely that ihe c'ub wi.l build
another stable or two to accommodate
those who desire to winter bere.
As toon as tbe La onia nie-ting
rlnaes Campbell and Kentm, S. S
Brown, D. T Polrifer, J. Csr:er aud
Mike Welch will coiiohtredirecr.
Ciinpbdl aud Feuton have tseo'y
two, including J.m Gray, Ptioka, L--gan
and Little Joe.
S. t . Brown has twv"tv-t-ix ii a 1,
smong them Mona, O'Fdllon, Lizz e
Crepp a number o' cta::k two yetr
olds and tie famous Tr. uba lotie, who
recently d .weed Miss W'ooiford and
hi s b'ott loiuliog them all this epring
a (1 fii:nm r.
D. T. Pu'siier 1 as Sir Jo eph and
e'ght o lur gcod ooee.
Joei.it t-tr brs niue ia lisstr tig, b
Bides Areiit o, wlio will do to watch in
a mile daub with any company.
Mike Welsh has six in 1. ia siring,
line did by Hatt.e Carlis'e, recently
purchased f.om Ed Corrigtn, wlin
will brirg the remaindt r ol l. is (table
Among others coming a'e M. T.
Danl etsrr, W. Grils and M T. Arm
tttoog. Mr. l)inliisr will bring the
famous steo.. lechasfrs Mys in and T.im
ltr iwp. Mr. dratz is cjmuig w.tu
Klkwotd, wrto helped to down the
$20,000 lie vd o?.
All of the events p-otnlfc to be ex-
Itmg T .ern aro tt lttv-tao eiitls
in the P.abody handicttp, and in tbat
race Jim drey, In nit a Monti, u rallnp,
Bonnie S aod Stnldirg ate a'mott
etna n t) B'an. Writ pretty wator
ha mectiog will he a gorgtoussnctes.
t'ourlh 1 lira Iy nt I nloula.
Cincinnati. ()., October 11-L-to-
nla Jockey Club, fourth extra day.
Kice weatter, latr attendsncr, good
Firitl RareVaree $250, 'f which $)0
tosi cood.f r f mr yea' old, non wfn
nere, six furlongs. Tony Pas nrcatne
ahn xlard won easily by two lengths;
D.in of Dhv second, t herd in advancs
of Lo d Clifden third, lino 1:17.
Second Race.- Purs' i-250, nt which
$50 lo eto'id, f.T tnaider s (wo years
old, five f irlongp. Han Nail woo
amns.iond, Violette third. luue-
Third Race - Parse $300. of which
$50 to s ootid seven figh hs of a mile
heatf. F.r t Ilea' Elsm II. wot by a
he-d: Wnhoj snood. MalvaR. thtri
Tinie-l:31, Second Htat-Eltie II.
won hv n head: Wahoo "etond, a
head in f re tit of Malva 11, t.Mrd.
Timi 1:31. Tbitd Heat Wahoo
won in a canter. Time 1 :33J.
Fourth Race.. Puts $260, tf which
$50 to BC nd, for lilies three veari
old and upward?, one mile, l.lcr
won by a head; Haute Crnale sic-
nnd, h half length in advanc of
Loncal ir!!. t!ilrd. Tun'- l:4
Fifth A'iwv. Pursn '.(), ot wlncn
1101 to stctnd and $ )0 to .hud, mil
end half a fur otig. Alter a bard uoihu
kpcsrgttn woo; Hettie . ice nd,
Bo1) Swim third. T ine 1 :t0.
The Kurea nl llrlvliloo.
lIun.irroN Bkacii, N. Y October II
Flint Race. Sjlling pu Be, for three
ymr o't's, three qnaiters of a mile.
liatb won hv a length; ueiKtview
second, Suitor thi'd. T.iue 1 :17J.
Second Race - l'ure, one mile. Ke
voko won by h half lruig'h: MenttmrA
uero'd. May w. nurd, inn' i Moi
7tiJ Rare. Purs". nn mile. Grand
Ddke wrn by half a lingth; Hiibama
S'fond, Eager th'rd. Time 1:451.
Fnwth Race. I 'irse, mil and an
elithth. Bonnie Prinoa won hv
ti,iii: uisi! s. ttocd, ngii tao tnitti
Fifth Rme.-Tarte, mile fin 1 a qnir
ter. Top 8Uyer win by a length
K-ns-st bi c nd, Adouis third. Time
Race. Purse, mi e and a six
Treif-iirer won hy a length
Walt n second, Chaniilly
lime 1 :JJ.
At AVashiogton Lift game of the
Natiottul Jitgun championship season
kan as Ciiy, 7; WaBhlngton, 5.
At Pittiburg Pittsburg, 4; Mitre
A PHEIIY DEPUTY
Likely lo lie Added to the faberllT'a
A whijpprie cbed the boys at thn
Sberitt's iflice yeeterday that Sheriff
Cannon had decided to make an inno
vation. It wa a mete breath, but it
had all the lorce and etlectol acy
clone. Tbe commotion was cause by
the snn uoc ment tha'. in all prOna
tiili'v Chief Deputy McLendoo would
have a lady, and a young, dashing and
nrettv one, to as-iist lorn In bis book
keeping tbe next week. That tbe an
pointmnt had been tenders d the
yonug lady, the daughter of one tbe
irttB' e t noil and ell c ivn workers in
tbe party, tlmre tjeemod to be no doub
hue a postivn acceptance had not
be ea made. Tims on the inside date
as a ncaititrs fac", howovcr, thet the
y ting lady will eu'er uoou her duties
in tlie nxt low day. I nere a e bv
eral very ('elicett quest'ons involved
lb Imly (annot, under the law, fi
clo bid ni b the poweisol fie ehtnll'
and it 's vicy p obable, as sii bn
n it. d of ber own. snd ciniikoable
ttale, too, she would ins is', npnn a rer
tiin s-.t, and fit in the official rob
known better to Clody's Lady's Hook
than to thsalatutesof Tenneeiee. She
h-s plenty of pluck, however, and
mayiisirt op m ber rights to a fn.U
deputyst io w th the power to serve a
wit and carry a revolver. If she ctic
c eds 1
4 Irrnit I'onrt-Katea, Jndge.
Ju'v calendar for Tuesday, October
12, 1880: Nop. 150, Tnoma A. Brad
ford vs. C. C. IB in: 8451, Daniel G.
Marden v. 0. C. Iloln; 583, N. 0.
Nelsou Msnuf iduring Compatiy vs A.
I.sgomarsino; 8(110, J. E. Goodwin v.
Keneaaw Mantifaoinring Company;
M17. Eoen F. Holet, ue, et.'-.Vt John
D. Sprk et al ; 8023, John Donmlly
v. Loiisville, New Orleans and Texas
Il-iiltoul Company ; 8030, A. H. Kot
t edit et a', vs. II. 41. Schtoyer; Si 150,
W. A. Brinkley vs. LtuisviUs and
Nashvdle Railroad Coipany; S750,tr.
S. RigetsTi vs O. B Bryan al,;
875", Charles Vaydv.oll ve. C.JB. B'yao
er a'.; S7.r!i, W. L. Crwson v. Johyt
B II 11.
Tailor and Importer.
WT FALL STOCK la dow oomptete. Tha Largest, Choteest and
Most Varied I hare aver offered Id Memphis, conalellng of all Ue
NOVKLT1RN IS) VANI'V I'llTNUM, WOUSTKItS 1.1 ALL
THK LiTKST STYLES, OV fcHCO ATlNlift AND FAf44tlf
PANTALOONS In great varlaty, all of the Ltl KtlT OlsSlO'NS,
Introduced by the Loading Importon of Ktigland, Kranoo and Ger
many, i wiaa io aiaae srii ui,
Ue putllo to call aud
Core Sicond and Jefdrion
CRUSHED TO ATOM'.
CMAItHABI.K HI U IDE K EAR
OLIVE IIHAsK'll, nifW.
A. J. t'strlwrlaht Throw lllmaeir
I'nrter Ihe Wbrela of s I'relght
At2u'c!oik Sunday evenir.g A.J.
Cartwright ws run over and killed by
fre gbt train about two mil, 8 sou b
i f Olive Branch, Miss., on tbe Mhiii
p'tis. Bint i tghain uml Atl.i.tic tall.
road. All ol ttie ciri'uuiBtnncss ot iti
caie point to the beliil that it was a
KBe of delitierats suic:de. Ho wns
about 40 jea'S of f go, a rta'ive of Faj-
et e cmnty, ini for to vein past
has been ke-p'nir a reaming
home at Kilegh Spri'iBs, ririnitiij
a hack t) tbe National Ci ti'.eto'y. His
wif loft him during bis licence fro n
home lot lorg ag ), couiirg ti Mem
phis to live, ard attnr tryirg it alone
awhile In lire ki up, taking nis lo srs
and ba'k and a few hundreds in
mt'iioy and giirg to live with Capt B.
Sttw rt, h 8 tirHt t! lie t. fa hr, w'l'o
rfgides rear Kelly, MitB. He had
en in grt n' mental dist r si. Situr-
1 y night shout 10 o'clock it was dis
covered Ilia' he hud It f t'n h niBf,
which b half a mile f-otn ti e radtea 1.
The family felt Bimtn anxittr, and a
sta cb wss institiiti'd tbi.t' night aod
lntinnd n greater p r. of tin diy
yeste dnr. In tlo o':t'-n o:t nis r -
maius were lotiitd on urn rtiuoid
Kime six inllee s ntlh 'r un tne h uie
f Cnpt. S'owart The u fir utiale
man had ittkanoii hib coat, veit and
l-at. n'ltoed tb:n rstde, and when thu
north bound fr'gb catne along tt row
bini'ell ombir llut wbe. le. It wuHalong
t o'ii ftnd when it reaehedO'tvo Branch
a shirt co'lar, smno blood and a piece
of skull were louttd on ttie wines
t f tbe hindmost car 11 s ran that In
threw hitnaelf ou the irck w: en the
train had ne.rly pasted by wheie he
was Hitting or standing. The body
was gr und a1 most 'o a pulp. Every
b tne was htoken. Tie piec-s, when
d saovKted by a train man sent back,
were placed iu a cox nor more loan
two feet cq'iare. Letters were fjtin.i
in tne room ol tha deceased at
Oipt. Stewait's in which hee'ently
in'imatPd mn in'entinn to coinmii nn-
ride. He had Stated three days before
tbet he had 10 further lue fir hit
rsoi and wrgon nnd that he would
give them to his fa her-in law. In hi
letters ho said : "J give to LUla jzdu
tbat is in my irnnk" LoU is t ie
only cbi'd by Ii'ib Ibet marriatie. She
is aboir. tlnrtteo veare old aod Is go-
inu to school io Favet'e c iiinty and
living wih her late father's Hisler, n
married lady. Mr. Cartwright in Hie
sime let er, wlnclt re.fened to various
hniint-SH ma ltr.', gave tw.i lots
a"d c t ner property id n a um
wifo, Ms K.tbel tait ngbt, and
to her two children, living on Ihe Hor-
nand j toa ', near the curve. In biiih
of hit writn h, which Wtre n-..t con-
rined to out' loiter, he ti anted his
m: tbo.-in law f r Ihe troubl betwe n
birrs t!f a nd wife. 1 is ttaied hy tbct-e
who knew him well tt-st Mr. C rt
wiigbt Wis nn honoiable, tiutbtiil
geutlemtr, and war not aldicledto
any of the exco'set which h imefmeH
lead men fo the o nmra-ion of
such a desper to deed lie h id
hem very ji ospeious, but bad
in a giea. measure fell tlurl
ofestly primi'O. He was rutlier a
religious crsttk, and at a Into revival
begin to think that he had been
calltd to preuch. In tha idea ho
failed t) ret: iv tno oo op ration or
authority of the churches, a though
he win scur t ti ci p.ir milted to ex
In rt.. That he vim pirllally demeiited
by llnnntttal trouble none who know
him well sootn t doubt.
Hbjr They Mn Her.
BecatiHB tbey will not adopt proper
remedits. Tha murtyrs to dyepaoia
grow on fr nn tiny to day ami week lo
wefk, They grow pile, tallow, and
then mfljr 'iiidest rihable torture. All
this can he avi bled. Chew Koko
Tiilu. It tever faile to bring relief.
NEW VOHU DHI 4JOOD8 HilHIT,
New Yohk, Odober 11. For all
sty es of co'ton goods a c in tinned de
mand reveals very Ugh', if any stocks,
aod they hardening. Agents nave sd
vanced all styles and widths of Cones
toga tickings from 1 to 1 ic prr yatd,
L-ms('ale ranjbrlca to He, aud Lons
dale 4-4 and 7 8 bleached cottons,
Blsckstonn A A, Hope, Fitchville,
Farmer's Ch ic, Greene G and WM e
Ho ho 3D inch bleached cittons, ic,
and 1 1 tiit Nonpareil 4-4 shirting. 21c.
"To the VICTOR the LAUREL."
P-trTtir.8n1 In rvry highar q u H I t v
HAN AN SHOE hai bcomn tha i.cnici. stsr.ii.vd
for fini wsif imune .Itftaimtnating (jentisjirnn.
A IHan wllh lira I mb and CoiiM-liifc
will ilrop pity nr. iljmli.r. rarplrmly pit ke d up
whrn trui h kinx K tlir door, Syi h ar- invited
In try one pair of " H.innnV' nhtsru. V know
(he remilt : rviry tiiiiti who wnnift thr hrM und
bnrt Nrtii lr tn the nuikrl will bcctxtie a irrpct
(BmI " Hunan " man-
Crab Orcluirtl Springs,
X INCOLN COUNTY, KY. The excellen
1-Jof the etii'ina. and ateommodations char
a'terlstic of this hotel during th past three
.ears, shall be lully itiait.iainea tuts season.
Kicuraion tickets lo the Springs hy tbe L
ml . Kallaav are good via 1-ouisvilte. bolt
going and relurnins. to proceed on firsttraip
succeeding arrival n Louisville.
W.T. UKANT, irtig. J. C. KINO,
f SIS f
Tist - rs 1 1 to my customora and
UAliNliriCKNT STOCK, at my
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
LiARM-For city or suburban property, a
P good farm, near Brownsville, Tenn. For
further information appl to A.W1IEAT-
LKV. K'ltl Ktlllte Aireet. Milinatree.
ROOMS ASI BOARD.
TAMES WASHINGTON, formerly ccok a
fj the (l'toso. has been emeloy' d as ca
tcrer lor Jfitl and 4V Shelby ercet, 2 xtuaiei
below tlayoso, whom s-Jiarb mods, with
prompt attention, will le aatved lor 120 per
NEWLY furnished or unfurnished rooms,
with tbe very lii-et li -ard. S7 t',.u,t .(,
IJOOMS-Furnished, with board,
J At HI S"ielb street.
T. 00 MS AND tOAHU
Ik At 4' Market streot.
Ploasan' ftirnish-tl rooms, with
boHrd. for Ituiics trRentleu en. Terms
very ruauotinliio. :tt'2 Cotirt Kxtttnde-1.
DESIKABLK K.OV,S-Vith bna'd, st
72 MAIHStlx ST
OOMS-Furnishod room" with board.
f ('"tirt street.
QT. JAMK4 llOt'SK-fvS Adams street.
O Boanl nnd lideitig, Ift: day botrd. 1
1 )I;AIi i il III, Iront rooms.
stole or ea
shed, with or
I I suite, furtiiebed or anlurnished,
without ln ml ; otherrooun, ltd loti Court st.
I JO'U S-With or
I V roesotnV.le
without hoard: tonus
Nil Ml)-ON ST.
OlNdlE MAN-Wnnts furnished room.
O with bottr.1, iu iirioi's liiinily: good rcf-
H , this nlll- e.
(jiVHHYHO')Y-To cull and tee the cele
JlJ brateil Ovpav Cltirvoy.nt, at 177 Toird
street, noir Poplar.
fpiN EH (lood fob wort, r, ono -who titi-
jl. uar;tiaitiii lurnaro uujii,ob pruorroa;
itendy worL. vood nn e w-
W KSrtKN IsilHF ii EICinitKH.
L quick writor.
copyist or iinmntianiea;
Addriiss L S., th ia office.
MAN to take nn office and represent a
nianuf.w'iurir : IVI por week; so ail
cap tnl reuuircd. Atldress
7", West Anton, Ma s.
with ttiimp. Box
WOODWOHKKH -A good or e wnni-dat
Ciiiii inhlium's Shop, corner of .Muiiroo
v Ol'NU M N
--Kxper:enced in Job 1'rinu
No. 1(1 Woel i curt S roet.
C! AI.KSMEN An
exiiericncnd dr goods
siiloiman : also, beot and shoe salesman.
No others need anrly. 8 Atierliacli.nl llealei.
QALE-tMKN -To sell petit ledgers and so
O licit inert'liaiita with ne nwelly; big
urufila: vuod po.itions
E. tl. LbMKN 4 CO ,
OOSITION By a man with 7 years enperi
X. enci in Miainensi very best of citv ref
erences. Address, P.Apiiaal oflice.
C" 1 11 A M"ll ER M A I D - W ith" good refcrenco".
J at ;W Mndlson street.
rpiIK pat pleto know that we have a fine
1 stock of Furniture, all kind', and at
lowest Prices. AM1CS, 1IKATT1E k CO.,
No. tltitl Main street.
UKEvSMAKl':ilS-iVo W.lrt and tao
SklrUakai. Iinmedi"tlv. a
Ill M'.CONU STHEET
D" AY BOARDEHS-Or wi limit rooms, "
At V2 I'lart Cotirr slreot.
1 AOV AOENTs-Our anents have had
J J such wonderful auccoss soiling Mrs.
Cainpl'oH'a Conibiiiu'-loii Skir' and llustla
(sumo clearing llfill a inot.thl, that we make
this special reuuoat for all agen s who want
a steady, money making business, to send
stamp lor i atalogtte. Also, Furnishing
(loods. Addrnts K. II. Canipbell .t Co., 4M
West Hniidolpli Streot, t'hioago, III.
1TUATICN As nurse or housekeoimr
C Apply at 104 Court Streot
OTiVM I'l.Ntl AN l"l-.MIl HO ill KitlN (1 -'.
KJ order in belt styles at
MA Y'S KMPOKIi'M-
OOMS"Vell lurnifliod rooms, Nu. .
ANTe.D Latiic, local or traveling A
wonderful entirely new specialty for
Indies only ; 81 duily easily made; no photo,
no puinting; purliaulnrs free. Mil's. (1.
LI I I LH, Hog 4i:i, Ch eago, III.
1JOSITION Byalndy its n.us o teacher, or
to toauh young ohildron Knglish brnnchen.
Salary expectttd moderate (lood homo de
sired. Address ''Teacher,'' Coluii.biia. Miss.
MAN An lii'telllgent.eiirnest man to rep
resent, in bif own locality, a large re
iponsible house. A roinuneriilive salnrrto
ri.ht parly. Steady poallion Iteforenras
exchanged. A merioaa Mnuu fact tiring II mse,
ll'J'i"'1"'' S" N- Y-
OaLk'sm iTu lu every nnite in U: (' lea
b tureproaent a PAINT MANHFACT1IR
1N r.il ALLltiUMK.YT having soveral
iraoiAt.Tiaa tbataro popular and easy aall
Ini;. ( nn I'S handlad alone or in connection,
wirh nthor goods. Addreas THE WM. B.
PK10F MAi'ltl'O. co ItALTIMOWK. MI.
? "tOTTON 8KKU V A NTKI). Htilis and Meal
J furs de ohoap at (JLtlllli OIL. WtiliKS.
1 tl Wt bll.H. FHATIIEKS-lllsheet cask
It't MJ prieopaidjiy ABAVLMemphU.
TjVKRVi'.oiY fo KNov'-iha'ri"'wil
iii KILL TKKTII WITU UOLD for th
next thirty days lor tl AWKHS0f
IU Main sreeU
si I.Viiik Kor . aah or ex
MIILVOKtl. .lewe er. ' Vila
J. F. 1I0LST & BRO.
(SOCtlKBSORS TO 0. H. BOUT A BBO,
IIAVIt K '.MOVr.lS Tit
331 M.CUM) T., MEMPHIS.
IV I.MI t.l. and enmnleta I
-k uf Wood aal
l. Metallu Jar.es and Carets, Clo.h4Vv-
ered Caskets and Bn.-al Robes always ea
hind, w-o'tees hv laWrsna ufoaiotly
Copart ership Notice.
THE undersigned h vn loeitied a eopart
neraliip, liming trotn the H'h insunt,
under the urin utiiue and style of ULAN A
LILLY, for the nurpoee of conducting a
Wholesslo ' otrue. Ten and Vp'too business at
2tft Main street, l ee Block. Memphis, lena.
The huMite- s will be conducted at ltd P-iplar
street nnt I the mao. Inery and fliturasat
th. now stand are riKAN,
MrgruiSj September 20, lHSr).
William I)xa. John Lii.lt.
DEAN & LILLY
AND DEALERS IN
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
SlierliT'M Sole IVrsenal Property.
rXilllS is to gi' e notice
ha! on ThinMsar.
I air I
1 1 lasa. ... IO .rlfis a.m., 1
will sell, to the high- s; bid- cr, tne -t i.-x ei
Ooo-ls, H-o-eries, .Merch.itnli "o an t Fix'-ire
in st'.tchouse No. WK Main street, levt.d at
as the property of B. rohartl aal others.
This October 8.1. D C,NN0 v, shfT,a
By C. T. Smith, Deputy Sheriff.