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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1886.
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JlLliLW 1A UAdULllJllvJ
BUr DAS SOT YET TAKEN I'OS-
- SESSION P
The Treasury The Late Chief Jus
tice Chase's Reaialus En Route
to Cincinnati.
fsPICIiL TO TUI APPEAL
Washington. October 13. Wm
Kine. of llancor. Me.. hB been rp-
pointed fireman at tbe White Hou e
at a salary of iSt'4 per year, to succeed
Sandy Herbert who died a few month
aso. Kins is a bus lir.it Democrat anu
has been here for six months waiting
for a place. He was booked f r the
Dlace ff firemaa at the PuBtcflici
DeDBrtmnt. but crew rerv tired
waiting for that no-ition. KintT
from Cor.grt ssman Bautslle'e town and
bai fought the statesman of the
PtnoVsot op and down and tc:o;stbe
iourtk Uittrict lor many year who
out success. " Why," exclaimed Kinj?,
"in nnu rimntlin WS lcokd (ID Cat)t.
Boatelle's record and found that he bad
killed a man with a marlin spike
while aboard ship, away back in the
fifties. At consiuerau e expense we
sent to Eoii'aod and obtained com'
plete evidence of tbe act and death oi
tbe man, wno wfb an ogusQ Bailor,
We then printed a good many thou
sand circnlara letting forth all the
dreadful fait and distribute them
broadcast tbrouuh the (owns. A wail
went up from the peiple, and Boutelle
wai elected by a himdsome majority."
King is a hird filter and has aided
in keeping itown the Republican ma
ority in Maine.
A tour through the basement of the
' White Hoim wfceie King reignn is
equal to a visit to the catacombs. One
can easily get lost in tbe great hail",
nooks, corBeis and cortidorp. Directly
under the main entrance King runs a
hot air engine during tie da; to pump
water for tbe eleva'or. Ia another
room there is a Email tas ecaine need
f:r pumping atr for general d
mestic prjrpoEea. This ergir.e drives
tbe yellow Potomac water through a
bona filter a id turcs it out in limpid
Duntv for M s. Cleveland snowy
white (kin. On the couth side ii the
extensive se of f art ace heaters for
warm ng the great building by hot
air. Piitdupiu the large bins near
bv iser nufh anthracite to (tart a coal
yard. The aalsemined wal.s anl we.l
swept fkora give an air of. neatness to
the whole b itement. No malaria can
eeneiate tbere; tbe air is sweet and
dt v. On tbe left is a large bathroom
for white etrvacU and another for
colored i el p.
President Cleveland never interferes
with things b low stairs, and Fireman
King is basement sovereign, except
that his domain ends at the kitchen
door, wheie the to k ia und sputtd.
Tbere are employes who hav) been
at the White House since Fitmore's
time, and they say Mr. Cleveland
gives lets troub e than any other oc
cupanf, of tbe exeru ive muusion.
Congressman Curtin, of Penney!
vania, one of the most pictnr. sqm
figures in tbe Br use, is to retire from
political life. 11a is engaged in
writing a b ok to cover our political
history duiing the war period. The
venorable war Governor is sixty-eight
years old, but is possessed of a greac
amount of vim. His daughter, Miss
Katie Uurtin, is affianced to Mr. Bur
nett, of Florida.
Mr. Nicolas Taratinoff, of Rustia, is
bore studying our ststem ot common
schools, which do not exist in the
Czar's realm. He warmly approves of
our plan of coeducation of the sexes,
and declar e that the average intelli
gence in tbe United mates u the high-
eat in the world. He is from the
province of Georgia, south of the
Caucasus mountains, the cradle of tbe
wo Id, noted in times I ait for its beau
tiful women. Mr. Tar a in-ff, however,
declares that Georgia gil ls of today are
83 attractive as their sisters ot Amer
ica. Petroleum is one of the great
products of the Russian Georgia, and
the kerosene trade of that province is
rapidly revolutionizing the commer
cial world. Cotton is raised in large
quantities clear down to tbe foot of
Mount Arrarat.on the southern border
of the province.
Secretary manning- at the Trea.nry
AVa sniNGTON, October 13. Secretary
Manning vicited the Treasury Depart
ment about neon today and remained
there for two hours, lie bad confer'
enres with Assistant becrelaries Fair
child and Thompson and a few other
omcials in regar l to the atlans of tbe
department. He denied himself to
general callers and gave particular in
struc'ions against the admission of
ollic 4 seekers. He is not quite ready
to assume aotnal charge of the de
partment and Mr. Faircbild will con
tinue to act as secretary for teveral
days yet.
Treasury Department Notes.
Washington, October 13. lhe
Treaury Department hes decided that
the items for bleaching and washing
out cotton embroideries form part of
the value of the goods and are dutia
ble nnder the decision in the Ober
teufler case.
The recent Treasury order reducing
the rate of drawback on dried refined
sugar does not affuct the existing rate
of 4 cents per gallon, less 1 per cent,
for syrupa resulting from the refining
of impotted raw sugar.
The Treasury Department has de
cided that a bicycle purchased and
used in Canada by a resident of this
country is entit'ed to free entry as
"peisDnal effects."
Appointments,
Washington, October 13. Tbe
President today appointed Col. O. B.
Wilctx, Twelfth Infantry, to be
brigadier general, vice Gen. J. II.
Potter, retired yesterday. Gen. Wil
cox has been ordered to Fort Leaven
worth to assume command of the De
partment of the Minnurf. Tne Presi
dent bas appointed Co'. James C.
Duane to be chief of engineers of tbe
United Slates Army, with rank of
brigadier general, vice Gen. Newton,
resigned. Gen. Duane is now on
duty in New Yoik, as engineer of the
Third Lighthouse District. The Presi
dent also appointed Cecile Bailey to
be postmaster at Opelousas, Li.
Chief Jnellce nnne'a Remains En
Atoulo for Cincinnati.
Washington, October 13. The re
mains of Chief Justice Salmon P.
Chase left Washington by a special
train which precedes the regular 3:30
o'clock train this afternoon for Cin
cinnati, where they will ariive at 7 :30
o'clock tomorrow morning. An as
semblage of distinguished people ac
companied the remains in procession
from the cemeteiy to the depot.
Among them wsre a committee of
Congress, of which Kepie'entative
Butterwrth is chairman, and Repre
sentatives Lit le and Outhwaite are
members. A committee of the Su
preme Court of the United States, con
sisting of the Chief Justice and Asso
ciate Justices Blatctiford, Matthews
and W'ood-i;.a committee of the Bar
Association! a committee consisting of
I .prominent colored men with wB'om
the dieiioguifihei dead bad per cal
friendly relatione; Attornev General
Garland, representing the President;
Spnor Rnmer.i, the Mexican Minister;
Whitelaw Reid aid Hiram Barney
(two of the pall be arera o! the original
funeral), VV. W. Corcoran atnd many
local pjople cf note.
MRS. MA1SY J." PllENTISS,
WIDOW OF THE C1KEAT OR&TOH,
SAKGSSr r. frKEKTIM,
Helena's Ills Good Kame From the
Reiterated and Brnlal Aspersions
of the Blind Preacber.
To Rev. Dr. W. II. Milbum :
Sir During a visit to New York
from wbichlbave on y recently re'
turned, I read with griet and indiena-
ticn ihe report given by the Nashville
American, of Sep'embr 17ih, of your
address on the life and cha-acttr of
my husband an address the con
eluding pirtion of which I consider
the very worst of all the calumnies
ever circulated against him, for it is
expressed in terms so guarded and so
veiled as to admit ot any construction
however vile, and !a rendered doubly
effective by your position as a mm
ieter cf tbe gospel End a man of great
in'ellectual gilts.
I iai hardly hore to induce yon ti
make any reparation for the injury
done to mv husband, of whose private
life yru evidently know nothing, and
wish to know no'hing, since you have
been so little it.ntienced by the repre
sentattons of his brother, the Rev.
Gen. L Prentiss, of N'w York, and
his brotbei-in-'aw. the Rjv. Jonathan
S. Stearns, of New Jerser. who called
you to account, many years f go for
your denunciations of lrm. You
have learned to be more prudent, to
avoid direct accusations, and that ia
all.
If, therefore, I now cddresB you, it
!a because I feel that I have not long
to live, and I wieh before I die to bear
witness to tbe character of my hua
band, which I do not hesita'e to pro
nrunce the noblest and puiest I have
ever known. Permit m ti stat to
you that he was utterly devoid of self
ambition, living rnly t) serve his
country and his fellowmen, and desir
ing to be remembe-ed only by thes?
he loved : tha" his fortune was loRt bv
the decision of lhe Supreme Court of
the United Sta'eB involving his title
to the Vicksburg commons; that he
died of a disease inherited from Irs
faher. and th-tt his deith was hast
tuned by the fatigue and exposure of
tne l're-1 lent at canvass ot i4, and
by overwork in his efforts ti extricate
himaelf from h a financial difiiBtilties.
You have youraelf represented me
as one whose word should be consid
ered worthy of belief, and I now call
upon you to retract your calumnies
against my bu band, or at least never
to repea' ihtra without also repeat ng
this testimony in nis tavor.
MARY J. PRENTISS.
Niw Oiaima. October i, 1886.
AN ANCIENT BALLAD.
John Tomllnnoc, of Kansas
By all tbe etnn be swore
That uin abauld roam or wander
About bia farm no wore.
By ill tbe start he sought,
For long upon his firm
The bunting- men had rambled
And wrought him mighty harm.
And then s sign he nested.
Which people all did warn,
That he would send to prison
Such men as tramped his oorn;
"Sow, by Osiris," said he,
"And by the beard of Cain,
We'll fee if all tbese huntsmm
Shall roam my farm again."
One day he found a hunter
Asleep upon the ground.
His gun and ammunition
Were lying all around;
And Tomlinson. of Kansas,
Orat.be j up the hunter's ran ;
lie found it primed and loaded,
Then woke the sleeping one.
And when the hunter wakened
And scrambled to his feet.
The farmer aimed and cried. "Now Knare,
Ihy power thou shalt eat!"
In vat" bis te-rs and pleadings,
For Tomlinson was fir.u.
And lo! the hunter chewed away
With many a grorn and squirm.
And while he moaned and muttered
The farmer did but I.iunh,
And when a pound was gone cried,
"Now. 1 have etiten half:
If I eat more I'll surely die.
Now let me say il l done.
Ard I will tiny clear of thy farm,
Ana tnou give me tne gun.
John Tomlinson, of Kansns,
A mighty InuRh laughed be,
"Now, aere's thy gun," be smiling cried
"How does thy food airree?"
Tbe hunter took the weapon
And to his shoulder preesed.
"Now, fanner," quoted he, "by the rooJ
Tl.n.l'lll.....ll...llh...Dl
John Tomlinson, of Kansas,
A doughty man was he.
Yet tore his honrt, as he knelt down
I lion his warlike knee.
And ate the huntsman's powdor,
A half a pound or more.
And thus he kept his knightly word,
Ana Kept llie oatn be swore.
St. Louii Whip.
SOUTHERN PASSENGER RATES.
Contract Ixned hy the General
Mnnnitersand Passenger Agents,
New York. Oc'ober 13. The gen
eral managers a"d pat singer agents of
the rioutbern railroads neld an impor
tant meeting today at the Hotel
Brunswick. At the meeting in Au
bus: last, wbich was held at Old Point
Comfort, a new pool contract settling
its passenger lates was submitted, but
wai not acted upon. This contract
was approved and signed at today's
meeting by tbe general managers.
This contract forms an association of
all the Southern railroads, and settles
tbe passenger rat' a to be charged by
tbe members of the pool. Each road
is t) be assessed pro rata for the
mony to carry on the association ac
cording to tbe mileage of each road.
A rate committee la provided lor, and
is made up of tbe general passenger
agents- The duty of th scotnmittee is
ti see that no member of tbe associa
tion charges less than the sthtdule
rates. Any agent found guilty of this
olfens9 will be fined $50, and if ciught
second time dismissed from the
read by which he is employed. The
passenger aaeDts will hold a special
meetina ana settle upon tne question
of rates to be charged from all point i
on ihe road.
Lleblg Co.'s Coca Beer Tonic.
"My patients derive marked and
decided benefit from it," says Prof.
J. M. Crnochan,M.I , Professir Sur
gery, New York Medical College.
For bad taste in the mouth, bad
breath, heart' ti n, pain in stomach
and bowels, flatulency, constipation
(symptoms of dyspepsia and broken
down digestion), it is invaluable. Also
in billiousnesf, malaria, debility, liver
complaints, sick headache.
Slew Directors of the Western In Ion
Nkw York, October 13 At the
meeting of the Western Union Tele
graph Company's s'ockholders, buld
today, Samuel Slcan presiding, the
following Dew directors were elected:
Au.tin Coibin, Henry B. Hyde and
John G. Moore. These gentlemen
take tbe places of Harrison Durkee,
deceased, Frank Work and Hugh J.
Jewitt. i
MOST HORRIBLE MURDER
A BRIDE OF TWO MONTHS SHOT
WHILE ASLEEP
By Ubknewn Parties A Terrible
Scene Other Cl inics and
Casualties.
Horsros, Mo., Oc'ober 13. The
mi st mysterious and i!ihbolicl crime
ever terp6traied in Southern M ssouri
was committed on B g Cret k six miles
east cf this city last Friday morning.
On that merging at 3 o'clotkMrs.
Eda Williams, the bride of Kolfe Wil
liams, was lyicg asleep by the side of
her husband when some unknown
person entered the bedroom, pla .vd a
pis'ol pg.iins: li r forehead and sent a
bullet tnrough htr brain. Tberrp r:
of the rfcvo:ver aw-keocd Williams
bnt be had been ill for son e time and
whs unable to pursue the murderer
Two men sleeping in an adjuining
room were alto awakened and they
immediately went to tbe room after
procuring a light. As they entered
the rorm a most revolting tight met
their eyes. Tbe young bride lay mc
tionlrsi on the bed, b'ood stream
ing from ber forehead and ber
brain p'otruding fiom the wound.
The buLet had entered just above tbe
right eye, and that organ had been
foiced from its sccket and wts hang
ing by a chord upon her cheek. Tbe
men immediately mcde search for tbe
mu-derer, but (ouldfind no trace of
him, and he is still at hvgs. No possi
ble motive can be aesigned for ti.e
deed, except tbat aome disappo ntid
former lover of the bride to.k this
means of revenge. Mrs. Williams, be
fore her mairiage, was the belie cf the
county and biro an irreproachable
character. The couple, w'-.o were
children of wealthy and repcted
farmers, had been married but two
moiitns.
A tJhnalljr find.
Pittsbdho, Pa., O tuber 13. The
remains of a woman were found in an
oak box at the Allegheny "dump,"
near the end of the Union biidge, at
10 o'clock thi-r morning. The dump
is used for the deposit of ashes and
filth, and it is supposed that tbe bos
was left there by an a;h hauler this
morning. The lid cf the bcx bad
been broken eff by tbe jar tbe brx re
ceived when it fell ami the contents
had rolled out. The body was nude
and in an aivanced stage of decom
position. On the box weie labels of
the Pacific Mail ft-"pmship Company
and the N'W York office of the Adams
Express Uomp-ny. The authorities
of Allegheny City are inclined to
think tne body was shipped from
Europe, but no defiuito iniormation
has been learned in regard to it. An
inves igation is now in irogrrsr.
A Prisoner's Fatal Jump.
Fremont, O , October 13. While
the Town Marshal was returning from
Toledo with a prisoner named Mc-
Vicker the latter jumped through the
car window, lhe train was stopped
and the prisoner loutid to be insenbi
ble. II i was brought here and die!
soon atterward from internal injuries
Shot HI. father.
Cobunna, Mich., October 13. At
Byion, Shiawassee county, last even
ing, Sam Haddeo, a crippled sold er,
quarreled with h s father and the son,
who is a hot-tempered fellow, went
to the nouse, securad a revolver ana
returned to tbe scene of the qnarre
Aiming at his father he shot him five
times, every shot striking in a vital
spot. Hadden was immediately ar
rested and jailed. He c'aims that he
a . ted in self-defense, and expresses no
sorrow for tbe killing.
Fatally Ipjured by a Falling Seal",
f. Id.
FittsburI, Pa October 13. A scaf
fold at tbe new building of tbe Alle
gheny county Electric Light Com
pany, on Virginia alley, foil at 2
o'clock this afternoon, precipitating
five men to tbe ground, a distance of
fifty feet. All were dangerously hurt,
and two of them, Alexander Freeman
and Cyrus btewart, received fatal in
juriee. Tbe names of the ethers were
J. J. Dwyer, Bobeit Alston and Wm.
Hays. The men were moving a heavy
timber when the accident occurred.
Two More Bodies Hccovered.
Capk Girardeau, Mo., October 13.
The bodies of Miss Rabich and Mrs.
Judgo Haller, killed in Ihe Mascotte
dieas er, tave been recovered and
buried here. The bodi -s of eleven
more victims are still miesing.
Murdered Ills Wire and Nnlrldcd.
Bridgeport, Cons., October 13.
Joooph Freeae, of West Stratford,
fougiit with his wife at midnight, and
at 1 o'clock thiii morning threw him
self in front of an express train on the
Consolidated road, by which bis head
was severed from hit body. When
the neighborj, who bad been dis
turbed by the quarrel, went to
Freeee's house they found his wife
lvine on the fl'jor with four wounds in
ber abdomen, one in each thigh and
one in tbe wriet, liillicted witk a dag
ger seven inctes long. She cannot
live.
Collision of Kallroad Trains.
Stevens Point. Wis . October 13.
Asou'hbonnd passenger train and a
north bound freight on the Wisconsin
Central read collided at A inherit early
this morning, wrecking both engines
and severely injuring Engineer Mul
len ot tbe treigtit train, xne track, is
blockaded by the wreck.
BROWN'S
IRON
BITTERS
WILL CURE
HEADACHE
INDIGESTION
BILIOUSNESS
DYSPEPSIA
NERVOUS PROSTRATION
MALARIA
CHILLS and FEVERS
TIRED FEELING
GENERAL DEBILITY
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
IMPURE BLOOD
CONSTIPATION
FEMALE INFIRMITIES
RHEUMATISM
NEURALGIA
KIDNEY AND LIVER
TROUBLES
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine has Trade Mark and croated Red
Lines on wrapper.
TUKE NO OTHER.
tiaKTTva teiuttKiui, oi
'- J.KM.,3i:tih tit.. Washington. I), f!..
opens October 1Mb. I rovides a practically
useful business education. Terms i Life schol
arship, $10. lioardinsr, stationery, etc.,
twolve weeks course, ITS. For circular (ireo)
address Murtyn'i Commtrclal College.
SICK HEADACHE.
BILIOUSNESS,
CONSTIPATION
And DYSPEPSIA,
UBE
DR. C. McLANE'S
CELEBRATED
LIVER FILLS
PREPARED BY
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BK SURE YOU GET THE 0ENUI5B, Tas
Counterfeits are made in Si. Louis. Mo.
r WiLBOR'S COMPOUND OP s
PURE COD LIVEI
. OIL AND LIME. ,
H " - ft .Jr
Set the Gonnlsss A rtlrl. Tlii arreatt
popularity of "Wilbor's Compound of Cod
Liver Oil and Lime" has induced some un
principled persons to attempt to palm off a
simple artiole of their own manufacture;
but any person who is suflerinir from Coughs.
Colds or Consumption, snnuld be caretul
where they purchase this article. Ihe re
sults of its use are it best remmioendations,
and the proprietor has ample evidence on
file of its treat success in l uhuonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of Lime pessesses a
nioFt marvelous healina power, as combined
with the pure Cod-Livor Oil by Dt. Wilbor
It is prescribed by the medirnl faculty. Sold
by A. It. WiLBOa, Chemist, Boston, an!
Pruguists.
S
FEMALE
REGULATOR!
Most happily meets the demand of the aaa
for woman's peculiar aflliotlons. 11 is a rem
edy for WOMAN ONLY, and for one BHK
ClAL CLASS ot her diseases. It is aspeeitlo
for certain diseanod conditions of the womb,
and so controls the Menstrual orsans as lo
reirulnte all derangements and irregularities
ot her Monthly Sickness. The proprietors
claim for this remedy no other medical prop
erly. It is strictly a Vegeta de Compound,
the studied prescription of a learned phy
licinnwh se specialty waa FsMii.it Dikkahks,
and whine fame became enviable because of
his success in the treatment and cure of
lemale oomplaintf. buffering woman, it
will relieve you of Dearly all ceniplalnts
peculiar to yoar ex.
For sale by druggists. Write for book,
"Message to Woman," mailed free.
BBSDriBi-n HwiuLAToa Co , Atlanta. Os.
Mit ol the duauutea which amuit miiiiuareoriKm.
all, onused by a dimirdHrud ouiidilion of the L I y a n .
For all omuplainKi ot this kind, am-li M 'loroidlly f
the Liver, Uili(Hiantw, Nwrvous Py.pHimla, lniligws
tioa, lrrngulrilkot the Bowels, IJuiiwipalion. fl.tu
leucy. KraoUtioiia and burnlug of the rltomaca
l.oin. tiiuim eallwt Uoartlmru), Miasnia, Mflaria,
lllooily li'lus, Chills aud Kwr, Umsklmne Vm,
Kxhautitiou before or attor Kevdin. Clironio Diar.
rhma, Luna of Appetite. lleaUju'tie. Koul Brvalh,
irregularities imiidenlal to nialea, Ih-ani'g-
AURANTll ia Invaluabla. Itk.rntapauaoea
for all dianana, but will CURE all el ""P ?'
the LIVER. STOMACH aud BOWELb, It
cliangi tTio cuinploiion from a my. yi-llow tlngu,
to a ruddy, liealllijr oolor. It entirely ruinnvfw low,
Kl.Kimy Kiiirita. It is one ot Urn l"l Alttratlru
ii.i.r mrinm tif tli l.f, ami a mlM '"''.
STADICER'8 AURANTll
For aula by all ItruggiaU. Price 1 .00 per Iwttlo.
C. F. STAOICER, Proprietor,
140 SO. FRONT ST.. Phllndelph a, Pa.
Annnal Mcetins or Stockholder.".
Orriri or MsMi'nia inmi Cihiii.rton)
Kn,aoAt Co., 10 Wai.i. Strkkt, V
New York, Oi tolior ti, leSil.J
NOTK'E is horoby given thiit the AsiiihoI
Mfrlluic of Ihe Ktoeklioldirs ol the
Mouihi mil t'linrlrkloii Itnllr hI
( oiiipiiny will bo held at tho olline of the
company, at Hiintlilf, A'.. oi
i luiraiiiiy, ihe llili tiny or .ovem-
lT, IHHU. .
The transfer books of the company will re
main closed from October l-lll to November
11th, both inclusive.
L. M. BCIIWAN. Secretary.
The agents of the sevorol stations will fur
nish stockholders with free tickets to and
from the meoting.
II. C. WILTON, Treasurer.
EXTRACT
ALCOHOL
PLEASANT TOJHE usTE
THE GREAT BLOOD PB2ISH
For Dyeprpala.nll rternntjenienti
of tha Dlgeatlre Organ and the
JLlTr,8kln Uleoaeea, l ulu, llnrns,
Kcalde and llruleea. At ID I HON
jEARTIl la a apeclllc.
Rheumatism, malarial Dlter.
den. Chronic Diarrhona and ob
tlnato caeee ol mood Poisoning,
yield wlihoist fall to lea wonder
t ml sysvatlwo mmmf.
A ah lew troo rtifjutir'. "4
of all doalora mm mi, ttaMf
from tho A. I. E. Co., ItlejMlo, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENT8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ,
At Wholesale by Yaw TLEET & CO.
Koch's Fat. Store
Ml Fl.VltVU isrtdlustable to meet any need
or nusiness. 11 is oneaper tnsn oiu myio. tin
be put up by any one. I'uHIimI'I lor
1'AulryandUiink Mirlv.a. Address
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utual Life
OP NEW YORK.
ItlCIIAIin A. M'CI HDY, Frotsltloiitj.
,The Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in tho World.
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHX F. WILKERSOX. Asront.
LIVERMORE mUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEP'T,
Iroa and
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Bra.a
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JL-. x-- i"Virawn:,K i
Work.
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nrpairs, J540i.-,jiiiiaaifcw'
IRON & RAILWAY SUITLY
(Successors in this If part men t to JOHN M ANOUUBU
1-Writ ps for Iniormation on ANY TI11NU In either tine.
The Planters Firo and
OF MKMPHIN.
OAire la t'ompnay'a Itnllftlna. No. 41 Maillaon Street, NeniphlM, Tenn.
OFVIOBXlBi
D. I. PORTER, Prea. I JNO. OTKHTIIN, Jr., Vlre-Preo. J. H. HH1TH. Hee'y
P. II. lll'N'1'l-R, A.Mlalnut Neerelarv. m
DIRKITORN-H Il.llK0OK8.ot Brooks, Noely Co. : R. L. COKFIN, of Plllard CotSni
i. T. PORTER, of Potter Jk .Macrae; JOII N OV Klll'ON, J., J. fj, M1I.L8, J. K.
GODWIN, of J, K. Uodwln 4 Co.; J. M. HuODB R. of Uoodbar a Co.i
J. M. PI1ILL1P8. 11AIUIW1U 1KHKS
rommenerd liutlneaa In li7.
Ilwrlllna KsipeelnllT llealred.
Also Represent, the SpRirrurot.n Km", of Hprinirli Id, Mass. Urotuiu Uomi Inhurahcs
' imrnT : wot'ST.iif
J. T. IAKfA80. 0. 0. Hint.
J. T. FARGA
sUAJaaUtsVftm " " "
Uholosalo Grocers & Coilou Factoro,
ICS Front S treat, Momphic, Tenn.
Oetrtel eisl(Be4 to u trill har. .ir .arefnl attention. W. tarry at all Mbm a wU-
selected .took ol
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, LlquonJobiGCa & Clgan,
nrl will l ow mm Slio ow.
W. T IJOWDUE.
COTTON
31 nml 30 la ill son
A. VACOARO & Co
-.avixrxs
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nob. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
J . JL, UKr nA ua.
Late J. T. LaPrad. k Co.
. m r . n ma
LaPRADEJcGRATH&Co
COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MEIICIIANTS,
No. 304 Front street
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we are pleased to announce w our menus anu
a-Darlnt retired from the Baddlery and llarB.s. bofin.ss and open.a an ".
to serve them in our new canaoity. Heturninc inanaa ior ui. .r, .""-'
to serve inem in our new oapaauy. nsisruins "" ". ' r.... i !. n
tended us lo the old line, w. trust to m.rlt and r.eele a h. ?lVur.'TSr;i,J, ro '
A.B.TREADlnJELLs CO
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Jf m. 11 Union Street. ! t If cmpliU. Tenn
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor.
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4 .
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M. 0. PKARCK.
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MXtPBaAROB c& Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Hercln s,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Cotton Ware hoaae-Nof . 9 and 90 Vnlon Street.
Insurance Co.
AND MACHINE COMPAKY.
IGOto 174 Adams'.SL, Momphi-
Bar Iron,
Boiler Iroa
L.!ll,--. 'tf.mmM Ira.
if ""iilT?i
t ft I L
Waaheri
Kte.Kie.
Hallwayin.
Mnpltr
I)El"T, 2i6 and 228 Second 8f.
Marino Insurance Co.
I iiss.b Pni.t, Over Hall a HHHon.
itt . o t'nafrannoira, l nnn.
ijcatt in c;o.
Manufacturer'. Aient. for
Daniel I'ruU o(lon Iiin,
FEBDBR8 ANPCONDKITrTEIlfi,
MM I LEY, NMITII A CO.,
Manufacturan of
Pratt Eellaaae llnMer Ulna, Feod
era sail tain Kepnlrera,
OS to 101 I'oiilar St., Memphis
-Pratt R.rolvinc-Ilead dins one
quttled. titock now complete. Prices
reduced. Correspondence ano orderi
. oliolted. Old tiins Repaired in First
la . Ord . All work guaranteed.
R. A. PARSKR. I. L. WMMOI
N. I. JIOWJUKC,
BOS S Co
FACTORS,
Nt., : flemplilw. Tenn.
JOHN MoflRATH. '
Late with J. X. LaPrade 4 Co
: Memphis, Tenn.
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in, "".r" uTir.r . ...... .
AVERY GIN CO.
munrAtTTuaiEor
Z,eeder.Ooxicleu'ra
An
IV. A. Suillb's I'Ht. Neparator.
AGENT
Eagle Eclipse Holler Ulna,
l'lulo 10-Ioch din, and
.i -rsf -RW BTAaDARD PREHN.
frt t Faotory. tloo and M10.
ALLISON tEKl) COTION CLEASEKS.
... I - ..II.. V I I U ..-..!. I
Ilisoount to th. Trade. -
S9I and 80S Front Wt.. Wcmphls, Tea.
JOHN L. MoCLBLLAN.
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SOU ii GOi
DR. D. S.
PKIVATJE
MEDICAL DISPENSARY,
So. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) M EMPHI3.
iDstablished in Wtlkl
I vR. JOHNSON isacknowlediradbyanpar.
1' ties interested as by fur lhe most sua
eessful physician in the trealmentof private
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent cure.
uaranteed in every case, male or feo ale.
lerent ca.es of Uonnrrhea and rSyphilij
cured in a f-w days without tho nse of mer
cury, chance of diet or hindrance from
bu.mess. hecondary Syrbilis, thelastve
tiiceeradicated witho'tKhe ure of mercury.
Involuntary loss of i-emen stopped in short a
time. Sufferers frr.iu mi potency or loss of
leiual powers restor e to free vigor in a few
weeks. Victims of self-abuse andexcessiyo
venery. suflerinir frutu spermatorrhea and
lussof physical and mental onwer, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular attea -tion
paid to lhe lrieaes of Women, and!
cures sitaranUed. Plies and old sores cured
without Ihe use of caustic or the knite. All
eonsultat ons strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by eipress to all part, ol tha
country.
ao-Workinrmen enred ot half th. usual
ratos. OUice hours from H oVuek a.m. to
oclock p.m. D. 8. JOHSSON. M.l.
Proposnls for CoDstruetlnir l.erees.
POARI) OF C0MMISS1ONKRS,
Fob th. 6th LnriiiuxA Lsvsit biHTair-r, y
S . 1IT, La., OctoliertV, I WO.
GALKDPIiOI'OSALSwill be received at
the oflice of tbe Hoard of Commissioner
of full Louisiana Levco District, ai Helta,
Madison pa'isli, I.a., or at the oflica of tlio
President, Vickshurs, Mis., up to 12 o'clock;
noon on Monday, the 1Mb day o' Uctober.
IKSti, for the construction of the followinaT
levees :
Appro-.- Dej-of-Levee.
, Locility. lu-atc it re
C. Yds. ooired
Wyly K.Carro'l, i:h,isi Hnn do
Ralelsh K Carroll. I W.tMl iimi l
hhlpp s llayou... Jenius
Lee Ten us
Miller Field Madison ...
Klton K t'arrcill,
jleor I'ark Ciincor lin,
Lake ConCordiu, foncrrdia,
list.ini
72.1 IK)
tun
fxi.tno
fiT.Hsl
) ',ii, iimi
12.5HI
2.S() (SSJ
co
2".1 0
lHlt 0
2'i 0
2mi no
4 .11 IH
ilSI 110
hlK) 0
Klllarcor Msiltfotl
Reid Mmti.ou ...
Proi o als for shove named works intuit ho
Separate, and each p'opoMil must b signed
by the person mnkinii the mine, and ealnl
in its own enrol. ipe and murked " i'rop.,. its
to build - levee, in pariih.
trom ," giviuir n.me of li voe, and
of parish, and of person triakinir proiio.nl.
A dei os t ot current money, or rcttifi.d
bank check is reiuireil for each levee to tho
amount alove stated which should be en
closed in th" roil li-ii envelope: ea'd deposit
to he forfoltod to the lbar-i ul Ooiumiii-n-ers
Tith Lr-oU'titta l.evee District in case tho
pcr-ort to whom lhe work may b., awarleit
sliall fail to siun artic'os ot airreoment, ami
oonipleto hoiitl within forty-oUht h.iurs airer
notice of adjudication.
ll'Hiil will lie it-quired In a sum not to ex
ceed five (M i cuts per cubic yard on tao
aituiniit above stated in siivortisement, witb
two sarotics, tin will iio required to
make onlh that thiy sre each worth, over
and above liabilities arid exemptions, tho
amount of botid.
The Hoard resrr'es the rlabt to reject n
and all hid., wlthlriw from liitlinir fuch
levee, as they iniv dcn proper, nnd to in
oreae ordiuiinisli tie ti,-1 n u an thev see Ot.
lnf rmaiion as to li.cntiiin and .-harnctor
of wor k and terms ot payiiit-nt us als-i blank
forma lor pri" sat, innv he obtained si tho
onice of lltiiird r-tate Kn-'inr or.. New Or
lo.iirs, I.a. til t). 0. WAlHiILL.
i'residonl Mh T.oiiiMiinii l.c.co I'iatrict.
IIKAIXII'AKTI.KM PrK
CORRUGATED IROfi SIDINR
And Iron Rooting,
Fire, wind, Water and 1 Uhtnlna;
proot. fjuitabia for all kinds of buildlnt.
For prices and estimates at faotory rate,
.all on or address
MKMPHIB MKTAL A WOOD MV'Q CO.,
t38 A 410 Main at., and 21 & 2.1 Mulberry it..
., , M KM I'll IS. TKNN.
Headquarters for Iron Fencrs and Crestlnt.
Ualvanised Iron Cornice. Tin Rrofa A Stove..
IT.
8. Kvntv.sn Okpii i
)kpii,"4
:root, J
tf, lHSkl. J
2hll Kront strnol
Memphis, Tonn., Ootober V, 1H
rtriT.pit iitfiriiAT.a t- .i..ii-.. ...i.
D ject to the usual conditions, will lie re
ceived at this oflli'e until noon of October 29,
IHMi, to bo then and thorn publicly oponed.
for the furnishing- of all necessary material
and labor, aud laying of about WO square, o i
tin roofing.
Hpecificatlons and blank forms for .propo
sals cati be had on application at this office.
Tho irovernment reserves iherlirht to walvo
dofucts and to rejeot any or all bids
SMITHS LKACH,
Ciiptnin of Kniiincers, I'. B. Army.
AsM pw ntatlcr for Km Orlrrlnal 93 Khoei
. lu-wnroof liiillniion. . M
NoooGonalue unloaa bearing thlaHtamp.
.iamtq MriNti at tunrl
m rmm mm w nn aes av mf af aaaa Al
Uwlo lu liuttou, Cunrmu nml Ijmtv lint Oxtf
tikiimt Unoxuellwllii tHitu
bilUUtCoinrtHtaml Amitr-
ami. A (MMUlrtuiliioni U
niiwiii iiruiK you inrormrv
J. msmn & Co.;
41 lJlltHii. pt..
Thtf Bbtro tamM Mk'liT In thflMtlmotln of
utitlH who vtMir It WU1 tell yuu iho riion if uii
suk lligul.
J. W. VOEGELI
& CO.
nKAMHIM WKAI.TII. Dr. E. O.
W.mt', NaRV. and liatiK TKiirmiT,
A (uaranteed speciAo for llyiteria, Pirti
ness, Uonvolsionse, Fits. Norroui Neural-
elk, Headache, Nerves Prostration, caused
y the nse of alcohol or tobacco Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, Hj't-nin of tho
Brain, resulting in Insanity and lea- In. to
misery, docay and death; Prematnre'id
Age, Jiurronness, Loss ol Power in either
sea; Involuntary Losses aud Hperir.ator
rhea, onu .1 by over-eiertiun oi toe brain,
self-abuse or ov.-rloduUenoe. Each box con
tains one uiontii's treatu-cnt. II a box, o
Ix boxes for 8', sent bv mail prepaid, on
reoeiptof nrioe. V anarnr.lre Six llosss
to cure any oase. With each order received
by us for six boxes, accompanied wit) II.
we will lend the purchaser our written
guarantee lo refund the tnnuey if the treat
ment doe' 'Ot .fleet a care. Quaran'ee.
Iisuod only hv A. Rb'NKl III A !.. Drug
gists, Memphis, Tenn. i
Pennyroyal Pills,
" t it it ii EaTKH'N rnciAsn
The OrlKlnnl anil Only (leoniiif.
Bale andalway. Reliable. Uemircot eyssrui.
Ic Imitations. Indi.-q ensalilr to I. AIM I N,
A-i your Irnirls.t lor "t Ijlrlieati-r'a
KsikIi "and take no other, or loci"! e so
(stamps) to us for particulars 1H IkiiTi n by
rrtnrn mall, is - I'API.H, inl.
etaeatfr t lii'inlritl t'o.,
a.llJI MnttlNoti Nqiinre, t'lillmtn., s
A'l'KAOr. supplied by UKO.U.UOODVVI.t
'.,
H'hiilaloke;na)ta ttoatoo, Ma. .
A Valuable Patent..
Iluner'. (Iloran) Corn ami Pea t'lan.
ter. HAVING perfected iry Invention, I wlh
ro plxeo it beforo tt.e pntilic, espociatir
mnttfat' irsi, As a Ctrn Planter, it is
ft rloot sm-fofi opens tha drill, distribute J
be seed arctrately, aninlured, and cover J
tbe same, thereby one ruari poriorming the
work ol throe. Thev base been njed ia
this section for over a doten years wit'i per
fect satisfaction, tan give responsible tesli
moDlalr. 'ddresi
JOHN 11. DANCT, Dancyville.
Havwnnd eonntv. Tn il
.Ma.'-'-l'IMjiH ,MlllL. .
Esr'-"-"" n..L. r.kiu n,.i.
-irV Book Crises, Loung
itr.;;i!l.:if- letter Presioi,Cabtii'
?r rtiv : "-'I Ladloi'laiicyBo.k.,;
;..ES?,.k,t;';. Q prt.-tw. llu.irHiitw.1. Oatnloi
HJttlt mm. sAm.igete. No pualul
Sherlff'H Sale l't'ismnil rropert
THIS Is to tve nntioethat on Thnrailoy.
sir) 1 1. IH, 10 n'floi-k n.in.,
will soil, to the Ilk-host bidder, the Stock o
(Joods, UioforicH, .Merchandise and Fixture
in st irohouse No. V.'S Main street, levied o
as the property of 11. Sctiarff aud others.
This October Mci.Di CASN0V(SorUr.
EyC, T, Smith, lteputy Sheriff.
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