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THE iA110M CiriTAL.
BEPORT OF THE ASSIST AST POST
Order to "tiI Com in undants Re
turn of the President Appoint
Washington, October 16. Tbe Act
ing Secretary f the Trf sury has ia
Btied circu'BT calling the attention ol
CollfcUrs of Custom to tbe recent
proclameiion by tbe President reviv
ing diccrimtnatlng duties against im
poiUtions in Spanish vessels. He
Bays tbat in view of provisions of the
firoclatnation thediamiminating dutiti
nip Bed bys ection 2501 Kevited Stat
utes will be levied in addition to the
other duties imposed by law on all
goods imported into the Uciied States
under the Spanish from Hag Cuba
and Porto 11 co on and alter tbe 2oth
of this month.
Betnrnett to Waablnglon.
Washington, October 10. The
residential hunting and fishiDgpaity
nmit in WaahlnDrton from Um-
nnv. W.Va.. at an early hour this
AnIiUiI PeainaiMMer aieaeral'e Ary
Washington, Ocitober 16. Firot A
Bi&taot Poiimnster (leneial A. K
Klosanann has submitted to tbe Poat
nannral hia annual report upon
the operations of his bureau for the
flurnl VAST ended June SUtb. It shows
tbe number of postolHcee established
during the year as 3482; number dts
nnHniio.t u 1120: nt-t increase, 2JS2:
whole number of post'iflicea, 63,614 ;
number filled by appointment of the
President, 2244 ; number filled by ap
pointment of the Pi stum tar General,
Ri 14Q The annolntmenta made our
iog the year are given as followa: Oa
nionatinna and commicsions expired,
t)112; increase as compared wita tlie
nrevious year, 298: on removals and
suspensions, 9.00; increase as com
pared with the previous year, 8760;
on deaths cf postmasters. 687; on
eBtabliabmentof new pcetoffices, 3482;
Mai 22 747.
The six States having the largest
number of poBtofflces June JO, 1880,
were a iollows: Pennsylvania, 4ixii
No- VraV. 321B: Ohio. 2703: ir
ginla, 2281; Illinois, 2229, and Mis
aouri, 2057. As heretofore, New Yoik
had the largest number of ofllces of
the President's! grade, vz : zio. roi
lowing were Illinois, with 156; Peun
ln: Olilo. 133: Mai-saubu
mi. 121. and Iowa. 120. The totil
number of money order ofllces at the
close of the fiscal year wts 7350, an
inxrrun of 287 over the previous year.
Of the whole tuuibor cf clllcfs of this
class Illinois had the largest numoer,
690. Following were Iowa, with 522,
New York, 495; Ohio, 408; Pennsyl
.ni Aft".-. Michigan. 344: Kansas,
n)2; Indiana, 315; Missouri, 213, and
Wiacomin. 271. Gen. Btevonion re
news his ttc immendatlon of last year,
that the novernment pay the ollke
rent for poBtoflicss of the third class,
Order to Ka7 Yard C'ommamtUnle,
WianmoToN. October 10 The fol
lowing order has been issued to the
commandants of all navy yards:
Deab fiim A custom has grown op
In nuf varda ol havina a list of men
emnloves "snsnended." There is
no authority of law for this, and you
will see tbat it Is discontinued and all
such lists erased. Yours res; ecttuiiy,
W. 0 WHITNEY. Secretary of the Navy.
The law provides that no new men
hall be employed at navy yards dur
ing the sixty days preceding an elec
tion, bnt this does not apply to men
already employed and cairied along
nnon the "suspended" roll. The
abova order is understood to be in
tended to prevent an Ivnasion of the
law, which is cow posiible by hiring
new men three and four months be
fore an election and curving them
Without pay until election time.
methodical man of bminesi, living tbe j
cold life of a homeless man, he was
wise enough at the last moment to de
cline to suppart a palace for a rabble of
lair weather Menus to grainy vuu
empty vanity of his wile in. Tbe
marriage of Miss Eva Mackay to
Prince Oolonna is defined as having
been the sorest b'ow ber s t platlier
was dealt by the bands he IovkI lie
had a fervid, fatherly affection for this
child of his predecessor, and is be
lieved to have beheld in tbe tolonua
match only a hollow sham, a sort of
callius sacrifice o( the daugMer tiVna
mbitionsof the mother, ine "aeri
fies, if such it was, completely
failed of its effect. Not a door in Pbjb
was opened to Mrs. Mackay or tbe
Frincees Colonna tbat had not been
opened before. The Twins sung ny
the venal trumpeters of the press were
hollow mockeries, and the men of
amnion sense recognized at last tnai
the cachet of society is not t os
bought by money or compelled by
noisa. Then tbe horror cf the whole
situation dawned on him. lie sud-
enly siw the gibe behind tbe luisome
praise, ana tne grin oi mrcaery uu
the smiling face be hid all along been
cejoled into believing all honesty and
fiiBcdebip. Tbis.it is asserted, led
him to have the English campaiirn oi
Mm. Mackay reported to him by. a
disintereeted observer of it, and tne
repoit clinched his determination to
stay the projirais of affaiis, at least as
tar an he could. ine rest v.iuv aiuuo
VICTORIA'S FONDNESS FOR LACE
And Her IndllTrrence lr jewnry-
A CoeUreet In Follteneaa.
nfVAtimTH tiatt.v APPEALSUNDAY. OCTOBER 17, 180.
a . . - i a. i rri I
Day and Night
tiie roposnios 10 exfuuue
Protestant Episcopal" From tlie
Prayer Book and Laws of tbe
Her Majesty Queen Victoria's large
and maiinifkent collection ol lace,
which has been the envy oi eveiy one
her daughters, from tne eppie
rhAkAd "Puts?" down to Princess
Bea'rice. is to be enriched by me au
dition of a goodly quantity cf Irish
mint, which the sovereign has ordered
with tne idea noi oniy m Kramer
unakneaa common to all worn n, Dut
ol encouraging native industry. Such
of her collection o; lace as u whim, oi
course Her Majesty never usts per
annallv: hut fiom time (0 time she
' . . . ti:
lends II mncea or lengtna 10 irnce
Beatrice. or perhaps to ono oi ner
arandchildren who may he about to
onnuar at anmn nmc a V jreBSV iunc
lion. A prompt and faithful return of
iha vfllnnh n fairv labrio inns iem
sometimes results in the loan oemg
m.Ha a oifL la this wavrrincees
Kjot.irn iiua arnulred a collection of
laco to make the mouth water, button
Queen still has a shopful ol ail makes
i.nnrivahlo. to which she is never
tired of adding.
Tn iurlrT Hpr Mai's'.vis low at
taohe.i limn tn old lace and old china,
and while she is always prepnteu w
pay any price for a coveted piece of
either of the latter luxuries, she has
been known to havg'e long end loudly
over the purchase of some compara-
ii.roin inornnnhivA Hnecimeo UI UIO
goldsmith's art. Still her collection c I
jewelry is very floe, as those of us who
nave Deen piivuegnu kj iuooi. i
testify; but, like the stock of lace. it
has been depleted by the raids made
mnn If. liv ftaiiohtira and srand-
dauubters. Unlike the same stock of
1 a tinvnvar. it has not been re
plenished. Such jewelry ai Her
Malsat now bnvs ia almost solely for
presents ; it is rre, indeed, for her to
purcnase an ornament iur uh
"nr. . .. . . .
ThPa who live near royal places oi
residence spiak loudly of the contrast
between Prince Henry of Bit'.enberg s
dictatorial manner with domestics anu
the courteous affability of all memoers
of the E Girlish roval family. Ul tiign
nesa 0f Battenberg orders eervants
about like cattle, whereas from the
heir apparent to the youngest prince
ling ol tne riatng generaiiuu, vueu
Victoria'! children and grandchildren
have all made it a practioe to treat
those who may serve them with a
nrnitv. sracious consideration, even
in the mode of address. The Princess
Chicago. Ill,, Ojtnber 10. Ihe
Protest nt Kpmcopal Conventioa be
gan voting by diocesps at 11 o'clock
this 1'irenoon on me resolution oubioj
b Mr. S. Corning Jadd, of Chicgo,
which provided that tbe woras "i co
tes'.ant FJpiscoFal" becbanxed from
the prayer bcok and laws oi iim
church. The b)loting commenced
amid absolute eilence. The Southern
delega'es generally voted in favor of
the resolution ana ostein atjeguicn
8ga;int it, but nearly every diucese
was divided on tne quseu m.
vt ta was as follows: Yeas, 112; nays,
185. The comparative'y strong vot
in favor of tbe propwiiion was a sur
prise to tbe convention.
Proceedlnaa of Ihe Conveutloa.
Chicago, III., October 10 The gal
leries ai.d lobby of Central Mosic Hail
were crowded to the utmost una morn
ing when theProtestaot EpiscopalCon
venlion opened, as it was known that
the great debite on tbe piopositiod to
droj the words "PiotestantKpiecopal"
in deBigmting the churcn would ciose.
Morning nrayer was said by the Kev.
Hjbart Chetwood, of California, and
the benediction was pronounced by
Bishop Tattle, of MiBsouri.
Debate was opanea oy ut. ouiDgiui
low, of Alabama, who urged for a pott
nnnement of the consi deration of the
question on the ground that the time
wa not ripe. The Rev Mr. Stoddard,
of Northern New Jersey, held to the
same view. Mr. MiCnnell, of Louisi
ana, bitterly opposed the proposition
ti changs the name of the cburcb,and
Dr. Sheenfield, oi Virginia, toon tlie
The deba'e was then closed by wr.
Judd, who contended that the opposi
tion did not represent tbe progressive
spirit which should actuate tbe church.
The church should take on its broad
and true name and this was not 10 in
confounded with Komaniem. Mr.
Judd spoke for twenty minutes, con
sidering the question from all pt intc,
and when the hour of 11 o'clock hud
arrived the debate was declared closed.
Tne names of Ihe c erical delegates
were called fir.t and were quile evenly
divided on the pronation, but the
sentiment of tbe lay delegates was
more generally opposed to the pro
position. The vote by dioceses was
as lol.ows, foity-nine dioceses vctng:
A majority of the clericals in 17 dio
ceses voted yea ; a majority voted nay
in 22 diocesfa, and 10 (IIocjses were
evenly divided. In forty-four dioceses
the majority of the lay delegates in
11 dioceses voted yea, and in 20
dioceses voted nay, and in four were
The report cf tbe pint uommuieB
on Liturgical Kjvision was suommeu
and laid on the table to await tbe ac
tion of the Housa of Bishops. The
report ia one of unequal length, em
bodying numerous memorials iur n io-
vlsiun oi tne rrayor jjjuk. iu mm1
mlttea then adjourned until next Mon
1 HE WEDDED FRIES!
they were to part without ado. -They
eventually moved to NeDraska, where
Miller, who had been a tup:er at u
Johne, brcnis a hd drinker, loet
tbe ability ti deliver even a lectore
on spiritualism, and slid rapidly down
ti e ecale ioto a drunkard ' g ave. He
is buried in Nebraska. Before ho
d el, howevtr, Mariha ieft him, a;.d
returned to her i a ive heath or
s dembly eobertd I y hr experience.
Nj children weie born of ms nn'on.
After returning to U. Johns Martha
fettled down, teok up the etidycf
law, and altr two years' ai plicat on
paatda creditable examination and
wai sdaoittd to practice Liwyer
istiii-kland lus si ce r sjn in lmr pro
fe sion. She can handle a case with
tne be?t of tbem, end her croia emn
initions area tarror to the avertgi
wi;ntss. From long afso.ia ions wuh
the dieciplsof the law M r:hi hai
b come rather n anuline in her man
tiers, gt'S'ures acd fpeech, but there is
agocd deal of wvnun ah ut her yet.
Sue is now 32 eaisold. She was a
buxom, red cheeked bl. nde when sha
went into tbe contract busin:83 with
MilUr. Nw her lair is darker aud
hor complexion a little suggestive of
tbe sere and yellow leaf. She does
not believe in wearing p.ntalo ns, but
goes about in tha oidinary dress c f
ber sex. She diesses. modest'y acd
in good taste. She is pleasant and en
titely self possesFei. When she re
turned to St. Jjhns she said that
though she repudia ed tbe name of
Miller she womd cling to the title of
Mr?., and has since signed herself and
been known ts"Mrs." Martha Strick
land. John W. Fedewa, tiie Con
gieselonal nominee, was one of the
not very large number ti persons who
recognized "Mrs." S.iickiand on her
retu n from the West. The speech
she made before the convention at 2
o'clock in the morning was brilliant,
enthubiae.ic and pointeJ. It was her
buret of argument and eloquence
which wheeled a whole body of de'e
ga'es into line and eecurtd for hu
friend and benefactor, Joho H. Fj
dewa, the Congrtssinnal n minat ou.
Fedewa was Pre scenting At .orney of
Clintcn county. It is a part of the
nlitiral programme to rominats
Mrs." Mariha Strickland as Fedewa's
successor as frosecniiog Aiiomey on
the fusion titkst She bas now a host
nl f.lHiifln in St. Johns and Clinton
county, and will probably be elected.
The New Uayono.
FAKRINQTON. STEWART A WHITE.
Rates $2 50 to t i por .-ay, according tt leoa-
tirn oi room..
W B Joceii Aw. Te n Mr. F Becker Ark
UShrophire&w,hy B w ln-oura. in
SAilami. Mo CBchotllin, N J ' .
p Sohuiu. N J E II Whiiips, Ohio.
T Pbillli... Ohio J W Hickmaa, NY
0 W Ilirmimrham.NY E J ilbourn, Ml
Deserts 111 rail- Young Wira lor a
Nkw York, October 10. Father
fihei-man. the Brooklyn priest wno
inn a. few months ago
hv nitrrvins Miss Tillie McCoy, of
N...I iinnic. naa leu u s who cu
ered a monastery in rnuaueipnia.
Tha at An was taken under tne
auspices of the Vicar uenerai oi tne
Mr. Costello, a nch widow living at
No. 100 Sullivan street, who , was tbe
Paekages Not Btaanped.
Wabhinqton, October 16. The 8ur
veyor of Customs at Louisville, Ky.
bas repotted to the Treasury Depart
ment tbat packages suppoeed to con
tain dat able merchandise are fre
anently not stamped, in accordance
with the prstal regulations, and in
consequence many such packages g
throuuh the mails without being tie
tcctcd. Tbe mat er has been referred
to the Postmaster General for such
action as he may deem pro) er.
Uen. llonaale Not Aiaaluatf l
Washinotom, October 10. Senor
Romuro, the Mexican Miuister, tele.
uraoheil to President Diar. yesterd
an inouirvas to the truth of the rU'
mored ats Bsination of ex Piesidt nt
Oonnlot. and has received a rep
that tbe rumor wa nnttu8 nJ t''at
Gen. Ujnr lies Is well.
WASinNQTON.October Ifl. The Pres
ident today made the following ap-
ointment: llenjamin Folsotn, of
ew York, to be Cm enl of the Uuited
States at Snefflld, England Mr. Fol
som Is a coukIo of Mrs. Cleveland;
Charles II. Grover, of Leavenworth,
Km, to be the Agent for the Indians
of the Potawattotnle and Great Ne
maha Agent y io Kansas ; Frank II.
Goodyear of Buffa o, N. Y., to be
Commissioner to examine and repoit
upon a section of railroad constructed
by the Northern Pacific Bailroad Com
pany in Washington Territory.
The ('ottos. Crop.
Naw Yokk, Oiober 16. The an
nual book of cotton statistics com
piled by Messrs. Latham, Alexander
1 Co., contains estimates ol thisyoar's
cotton crrp from nearly 20O0 corre
spondents. The summary of the esti
mates mak's the to'.al crop of this
year 6,292,708 bale.
aa i S S -' -
TIIE MACKAY FAMILY.
Christian, never talis to greet her
rni i i and men with a bOSIlV noon
morning" and "good night" as she
may pass them on her way to and
from tier apartments daily.
Una individual, new to his em
nlnvnr'a wave, thonabt her Royal
UighntBs's greeting must be meant for
some one else and maue no icniy.
Thnmnnnn Princess Ohrietlne turned
round again on the thieshold of her
"Is So and-Bi there? '
"Yd., vnur Iioval lHirhno?s."
"Well, I said good night, 8o-Bnd-3o;
and I am sorry vou have been kept up
so into tomgtit.
This e induct savors of a more ex
al'txl hrnedinir. surelv. than the cure
orders and ssltich exactness that havo
mada her brother-in-law, Prince
Henry, dotoated by those who are sub
jtct to bun
kllllona Do Not Make People Happy
Town Tnpxc: A California corre
spondent ia my authority for tbe stats
ment tbat there has been quite I
breeze in the Mackay family, with
Mrs. Matkay'a recent London ixploits
for caue. Mr. M. bas long winced
under thenotorietv his wife bas pur
chased at snch eub tantial cost, ras
my informant, and when her extrav
acance leached tLe culminating mad
nnaa of a con'empUtxd settlement in
England on a f'rly regal scale he put
anintcrdi toni. The sicial s pi ra
tions of his family are averred to have
made a decided cavit' in his ready
money. His wifo'a failure in PariB
alone e st him at least 2,OC0 (HX), and
her wast-fuli ess in Ixintlun surpassed
all precdent8. Mr. Ma' kay is a vry
rich man. hut hiaweal h is eoditprsd
that tos' Bt in n i rjlongxtion of these
amaz'ng outlays he would be fore
to eairiil h i. no r ant businees it -
torea a. '1 hi Jio ruf fed to dj. Th
Droiect 'or pu cii sig Houublon Ha 1
was rea lv broached ti h m, and he
at down nnon i pnmptly. Pouts
and nenuas'Oi s faiUd to nuve him
For once he was firm. A timple,
l Ton tiirio w EBf
of brown October's
ar. born ofSprln.
Benealh our oriuiimoiei ana oariui.iuu
I see'tue shadows of Deoaj'l dark wings.
Your aorgeoni ttnUreonty nreraonitlons
i r...i:.... r..v... , K ...ii .ml unlit air:
And, oonnolous thene, with yet unspent vol I
They deck the earth with beauty paislna
As the Uat wave upon the beach breaks loud
en. . ,
Adyin day pull her belt brareryon:
While yet the earth in your array ii proud-
Throuahthe gay masks I note the summer
one. , ,
Y. 0. Bichaidi, in Brooklyn Mwaitnc.
S0U1HERX RAILROAD TOOL.
t'ootrnrt Hlawed ky
Naw Yobk. October 10. The South
nrn railroad manacers and passenger
aiflnta huld a meeting today. The
(3ommiltee on Puswnger Rates re
ported that it had decided to continue
the rule of round trip tickets, but that
a annr.ial contract ticket should be
adopted which would put a stop to tha
sale of tickets by scalpers, ine con
tract was sUned by all those present
It embodies the preparation of the re
nort. Twentv thousand miles of rati
road were represented in the meeting.
not man v days after his man lege
Tiiiia MrCnv that ainlhter rumors were
in circulation, and, ol course, I heard
them. One day Father Sherman came
to me in this parlor, and, throwing
himself on the lounge, sobbed like a
child. He told me that he had gone
In Now York with the McUoy girl
There, he sad, he wes made d unk
and drugged, and in inai conuiuuu
went thiouRh tho marricge ceremony
before a Protestant minister. He sidd
he wanted to bo awav before the cli.J-
ura'je would fall upon him, and tt.at
he would never .oe the girl again.
He then anked me for money to take
him to Phil dolDhia. I relused to
give him the money, and advised him
to so see llishou l.oneuitn. na fbhi
he would, and left the bouse. InsteaJ
oi going to ice the Bishop, I afterward
learned that he went to Philadelphia
w.th l'illie McCov atd h r mother,
Then 1 received several telegrams
fr mbini. He said he wftJ soriy for
what lie had done, and sent the Mc
Coy girl away. He wanted money io
enable him to enter a monastei y where
he could do nenancs lor bis eio
did not answer the earlier telegrams,
hut a1 tor a time 1 became fearful le;t
Ihe newspaper reporters sbou d near
of tbem, and I wrote him a letter ad-
vising bim t) see the vicar uenurai in
Philadelohla. to do as that holy man
should tell him. He did to, and the
Vicar General of Philadelphia wrote
on to IS shop Longhlin. Tbe Bishop
answered thelttter and told the Vicar
General that he would not send any
money to Father Sherman, but that if
ihe latter entered a monastery he
wonld see that his expenses would be
paid. A little mora than two weekB
ago T Hie McCoy return) d to
tals city, and Ib now living with her
mother. Father Sherman bas entered
tbe monastery in Philade'phia, and is
there doing penance for bis sin by
humbling ni instil in every way. He
prays and studies and afsiats in tlie
menial work, and will do so until be
demonstrates that hia sorrow ia con
uice. Miss McCoy was seen on Ful
ton street yeaterday, and 1 am glad to
aay the scandal is over."
ROW A WOMAN WOX.
Nhe Had Brains and Peraeveraare,
and I'aplnrrd Political
FROM TIIE PEOPLE.
A Pnblle Library Badly Needed.
To the Editor! ol tbe Appeal!
I was vUitmg the Odd Fellows' Li
brary this morning in a vain tearcb
f.,r a book of reference, and in a con
vention with the lihrarlan she in
formed me that m ire than thirty pu
pils, from diffdrent schoo's in the c ty,
had, during one afternoon of the pat
week, applied to her for bouks. Is
iidt ih:s awakening intertst a matter
of thuug'it for the nurieyed men of
Memphis? Will our city nover do
any hu g toward providing mental
fiod lrtl e hungry y ung poople?
Do what you can for our boys and
g ris, and you will have their gratitude
and th t o'
TKACUER3 IS TCBLIO BC1100LB.
Subcrib for the "Appeal"
Detroit, Mien., Oo'obsr 10. Mar
tha Strickland, the heroine of the long
Sixth Congressional District fight at
St. Johns last eek, is one of the most
remarkable woman of Michigan. She
is tbe daughter of an old, highly re
spected and wealthy lamny oi t-i,
Johns. Her father, Randolph Strick
land, was Congressmen in 1803-70,
About tie year 1874. Martha, bright
wit'y and gid looking, shocked the
community of St. Johus by entering
intj a ttaie of wtdlnck with one Leo
Milltr, a epiriluahtt, w thout tho
formality ot a mnrriage. Tbe sudden
departure of the maiden fiotn
a prt vi us very proper mode of
lift) was much more than
a n'a daya' wondtr. She liv. d
wiihMillnra year in St, Johns undtr
c jntrect, boih luvicg B lined a paper
to continno their relat on until
either or both became tirod of it, when
K W How, Tenn
II B Doty. H Y
LSStrona, N Y
A BHmith, Ark
8 M Blake, Me
B SrrttoheU, hn
L Dcraey Aw, N Y
A K Bradlord, La
B M hurnmni, Ua
HQ Kunaell, Ky
LT Jodoi. Mill
8M Burns, Ia
H L Muok, lonn
J I. Reynold, Mill
J N Webb.Ky
A (Jrlder, Mo
0 U Foots, Mo
S M Jachson, Ky
11 J tliliiaru, Ky
H J Buird. Ala
J M btewart, H 0
W 11 Stiff. Va
I. M Spenoer. Mi"i
S H Pieraon, Mini
H n Uresory. Ark
F llerndon, Tena
L M Bote. N Y
II M M alone. Ohio
O Clopton, Ind
jm n bimpion, no
II Bted. N O
K 8 tSterling, Tnd
F E liunter. Mini
II Dun ton. Tenn
C B Edmonds, Ala
During an acute attack of Bronchitis, t
ceaseless tickling In the throat, and an
exhausting, dry, hacking cough, afflict
the sufferer. Sleep la banished, and treat
prostration follows. This disease is also
attended with Hoarseness, and sometimes
Loss of Voice. It Is liable to bccouio
chronic, Involve the lungs, and terminate
fatally. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral affords
apeedy relief and euro iu cases of Bron
chitis. It controls the disposition to
cough, and induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practicing physician fof
tweuty-four years, and, for the pat
twelve, have sullcred from annual attacks
of Bronchitis. After exhausting all the
I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It helped
me Immediately, unil eflectcd a speedy
cure. U. Stoveall, M. D., Carrollton, Jliss.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is decidedly tlie
best remedy, within my knowledge, for
chronic Bronchitis, and all lung diseases.
M. A. Bust, il. 1)., South Pai ls, lie.
I was attacked, last winter, with a severo
Cold, which, from exposure, grew worse
and finally settled on my Lungs. By
night sweats 1 was reduced almost to a
skeleton. My C'oui;li was incessant, and I
frequently spit blood. Jly physician tokl
me to give up business, or 1 would not
live a mouth. After taking various reme
dies without relief, I was tiuully
Cured By Using
two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I
am now In perfect health, and able to
resume business, after having been pro
nounced incurable with Consumption. -
8. P. Henderson, Saulshurgh, Peun.
For years I was In a decline. I had
Weak lungs, uud suffered from Bronchitis
and Catarrh. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral re
stored me to health, and I have been for a
long time comparatively vigorous. In
case of a sudden cold I always resort to
the Pectoral, and find apeedy relief.
Edward K. Curtis, Itutluml, Vt.
Two years ago I suffered from a severe
Bronchitis. The pbvslciau attending me
became fearful that, the disease would ter
minate in Pneumonia. After trying vari
ous medicines, without benefit, lie Anally
prescribed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which
relieved me at once. I continued to take
this medicine a short time, and was cured.
Ernest Colton, Logunsport, Ind.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. .1. C. Ayer & Co., I.ow 11, Mn
Bold by all bruggliu. Pricefl; til buU.oi,.
IflRRARI PAff MAP
leiphis Jockey Ciab!
- MsiMBiaaiew 'rfc asawjsm .sjmsbk ajsvsl sW3,fc VsVhaLt
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886.
Four and FItc Races Fac-li Day.
Steeplechase and Hurdle ltacc.
Many of the Fasten! Horses in America will participate.
Kaecs commence at 3:50 o'clock p.m.
II 4 I P hatk on nil KaHroartw and Moainltoatn.
Confections, Glaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Cream Bon Bons, Fine French lianamaae tvreami ami
Eon Bons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
You can find these goods " AT REtAIL," In any quantltiea, at .
The Peters & Sawrie Co.'s Retail Establishment,
Ko. 4H Jcflerson Street, Opposite Their Factory.
Iheae are the flnett Confections that tbe Memphis Public have ever had the opportunity
Mg"Try Our "Wfw Cream Loaf" "leltclons.w-a
(SUCCENSORS TO S. 1,. I.EH), JOBBKB1 vr
Cigars and Tobacco
275 Wain Street. Opp. Court Fipaare. Wenipltiw.Tenn.
Z. N. KSTES
S. S. BPICER.
W. B. DOAU.
SEES. KT.2StiS Oc
(SCCCESSOB9 TO ESTES, DOAM CO.) ' -
WLolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
AND DEALERS IN
n i iiiiviii .00
J R Atkins, Mia
J R Woodrouah, Ohio
T O Abel. M Y
L ii Harding, Ky
TO Allen, Kns
8 KSletnoo, Kts
R (I Pierce, Ua
I. V. Dr. kit. til
A X Williamson. Ohio
B L Putl .irion, Ky
II K Perkins, Ark
F II cott, Tenn
C 0 Samolson, Tenn
Mips Poole, Xenn
DrO B Thorn ton. Tenn
W B htrong, jr, Kas
a .1 Powell, ant Z010
O II Scott, P
B T Coleman, Ky
LH Noble, Mias
E N Robinson, Mias
CH Allen, Ark,
Tbos Norm, Ark
kl B Mertle Aw, N Y
J F Perkins, Ohio
T J Judion, Ohio
LT Anderson, Mo
H M Hisfina, Mo
TG While, NO
N U Clark, Ind
U L Gates. Mies
L MoAilieter. Miss
M btewart, Tenn
T M Fraaitr. Ala.
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
D. MULL1NS, of lata J. E. Godwin A Co. JA8. YONGE, late oiJ. W. Caldwell A Ca
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors Com mission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row. Cor. Front and FnioTi. Kempliin.
ilffl IM Mffl BUM GIN Ai MACHINE CO,
W. H. BINGHAM Maosa.
European plan. Bnlarged and retnrnisaeo.
i'riocs aoooroina io sue uu iu
tion of rooms.
M 8 Jay, Tenn , W J Oarretts. Mias
G T lirawner, Ark E K llayne, Miss
A 8 G MoGhee. Tenn l)r It H Cartwell.Tenn
H R CIlokaoalta.Mise II Henderson, iepn
WTNe son.Ark Mias KbUoward.lenn
Mis K Howard, MUB m o nuisen.
J II Rnnier. Ohio
R U lliaaina, n i
W A Uudsoo. Mo
C J Hanson. Mo
0 R West, Ala
J Ilrunswlok, III
W A Knhnrdl. Mo
J R Motiarty, Tenn
T Itnyd, lean
W K Smith, Ark
It J llipkwell, lenn
j w 1,111 ie, nr
,1 Sutherland, Tenn
KM Wilson, Tonn
.1 nil 1 T....1
If V 1IUWUU, i.uu
F Batdiog, Tenn
A Hayden, Tenn
J C Compton, Mias
F Mivrtines, Ohio
T J Hums, N Y
Wm Tavlor. Ark
L B Tolar, Ark
N Merlwoiher. Tenn
E Jones, Tenn
J M Punoan, RR
K B Miller, lonn
F Gol.'amilh. N
W Kteinhard. N Y
J P Putaman, Tenn
II Murdoon, mo
C. B. GALLOWAY A CO .......i-sopriktoro
Kntes U ) anu n par u.
sise and locHtion of room bpeoial
T M Miller, Tenn S (leratman. Mo
C F Forsytha. NY T F Burton, N Y
WNBeaw.NY WC Lyons, La
II O Turner, Ky M N Leonard Aw, Ky
M MoOorui ckiw.Ky I Moms. Teno
Pfil.wln. NY W F Barry, Ga
i C Portor, Tenn B Si'hapkor, Mo
i firynn. N Y B MoonAar. Ark
w 11 Muriny, n i ; ' f,v
0 r reii a-1. 11
T Lion, NY
C II Cochran, III
.Tnl JithnHon. Ark
B S hweiiar w, Mo l 11 lnaeraon,
mvk.IIy. K P 0 Reynolda, Tona
T L W htt'an, Ala Chaa Hinton, Ohio
W M Karneat, Mo L H hite. Ky
J U Buiuauui, Tena T B Yanosy, Tenn
K H lavl laon, ny v o -v"- r.---
J P Mellen, La K W Parker, Mo
W H Collins, Mo H Iiaaca, Ky
Th"o KvansN Y Mi.aB Clarte. M,.s
Miaa A Kannina, mass .ir iiuui""""
W 11 Flynn, Ky H H Matlock, Ky
W A Percy, taiaa W F Uarton, Ark
W W lalbol, Tenn 0 Mason. Tenn
J M 1FIV'U. AWUM
W inter, Tenn
Wm Carroll. Tenn
J 0 ampbell.Tenn
8 SNiion. NY
Mra M Slmpaon, N Y
D Kearney, 111
K Pdmitb, Tenn
U Putton, Xonn.
VM Iron Earth.
MANUFACTURERS OF FIRST-CLASS
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Steam Engines, Boilers and TanK worir, tjoiton uidh, uiihil
ifresses, nooa i-uueys, oumiuis, asihiuiui
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
ArtiScii corn sEtnci Saw ILVEills-
W. kav. the tABQMT WORKS cl the M'''
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE
rrtrrTi nnnim tit nnTt TiriT
iiUi liliiiM mnu ro:u.
T. B. SIMS, Prea'i, GEO. ARHOI.D, V..Prf't. W. H. KEWHBAT, See'y.
For Df epcpia,all deranjtmeaM
of tbe Digestive Organs and tne
y.lTer,Skin Dlaene, Cats, Borne,
Scald and Bruleea, ACID IRON
EARTH la a speclllc.
Rheumatism, malarial Disor
ders, Cbronlc Dinrrhosa and ob
tlnate oneoe of Blood Poisoning,
yield without fall Ma wondor-
f sal (antife power.
Aaktavfree fisiyfclet,f he had
f sail dealer c aest, tyaetpaM,
front the A. I. K. Cs., nablle, Ala,
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE EY ALL DRUGGIST!.
At filiolcBalo by YA VI,EET& CO.
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
tSS- Country Stores, Dwellings and Glnliouses a Specially.
tfaT Losses Adjusted Promptly, and Paid at Memphis.
. WILKERS0N, GEO. ARNOLD, J.W
W. P. nnWAVANT. T. B. STMS.
EICHAKDSON. T. F. DUFFIj
n W VIv.Tenn
w l.awrenoe. Tenn
J W Jaokaon.lenn
W S Jennings, lenn
J rirown, Tenn
J E BUnd Aw, Ala
C Y Sniltn, lonn
11 Schwab, N V
J Pritchari, Ala
DnrTj'a European Hotel.
Corner of Adami and Main streets. Rooms,
500, 7&0 anasi rer o7! jim..v .
Flrt 'laaaReataurantin the Hotel.
. M. DUFFX U rears with Peabodr Hotel).
.1 T Thompson, lenn
0 KFlem. Tenn
(1 W liris-ht. Ky
W I Painter, Tenn
U p Uarria, Ark
J M liunter. Me
J J Cox. Miaa
A P Rily. Tenn ,
C J Carpenter, sao
J L 1
C J Bell, Tenn
J L Sydnor. Va
DScru a, 8 C
J W Crowell. M"
J It 0 arret I i'l, Ky
W D Uray. Tenn
G U Manus Ind
8 May. Tea ,
V V Mnrrii. Tonn TM Miller, lenu
M liinkley, Mich
R L Jamison, Md
KJ Winn, Tenn
J A Crawford, Tenn
J RUalloway, Tenn
A lluoje, Jenn
J N ttot
J W J
W 0 Adaine, Me
W T Coyne, iu
J o liritton, Tenn
K Doatej. Tenn
H Ij Raff. Tenn
n HevnoUls, Tenn
J M Miller, Toan.
IIVERT, BOARDING AND SAIE STABLE
Ko. 331 Second Street Memphis, lenn.
ao frm a,w-gtyHVa Tnrnoittw.-Wl
Ounntinn la anEsarins our asrioultural com
munity. Mears. R. Q. CRAIG A CO., Nos.
87 and S Union street, Momphls, Tenn.,
are daily In reooipt of
W, H. BBOWKT.
reports on growth In diversified oropping-
.. ..... heat. rve. barley, oereais. anu
orohard. herds, olover, tall meadow oat-
grass and timothy trats
Liberal Advances on Consignments.
260 Front Street. ; : Jtcmpim senile
All our wornout sedge lanot may am r-
ol aimed by sowing rye and cloyer on them in
fall or spring, or sowing eow-peaa in aw,
June or July, then turn nnder, ana
Improve the land.
It. . CiXAIG efc CO.,
Agrienltnra Implements and Seed Daalers,
AND TRUST COMPANY
napoleon hill. 5fflava
T A 7 AR11 H I R V T JOUN W. COCHRAN.
VA.?.A..V5 hMlm sni. COLEMAN.
Ai.rr,n aaaaafi.i n T7.KNBRR0KR,
JAMK8 o. ROBlWbOM. -?".. .iin.1 . .ame Beml-i
I. t A l mml 01 ml ana opwaru, bum
J. O. HANDWERKIX)
DAVID P. UADDBN,
JAMES A. OMBKKG,
Ornos or Sukdaw Tni.oA."
ATi iMTi. Ua.. Oqt. . ! I
Da. Mo,.;t-A11ow me to thank you niojt
kimlli for the bitt leof bem0,.l!,,.'x.,rui tz.
II snu mnro iud .,,. k
It .Me like a charm on.me
and bowels, aivos a eheok o.""-":T:
OTBTIMW T ,T.::ir.tr Rllxir.
irT your u' ' , . i.
r,;Xr.Ti .1 and mnre than yVu f a m.o .r
neaa and nervou proi'raii' n.
. i, ...... - -, . i m "
o,.i.ts. 60 crnu and tJ-WP'
ared by H. Mosley, M.f.t ai-
Edit'-r and Froprt.
hold bt ami
Annual Meeting of Stockholder.
Orrtrs or MtMPHiR An Ciuauai
Railsoad Co.. in Wall 6trs.
1BW I vri sa v -
XTOTIKi. .hereby given that I lh.
Memphli I....I iri..n Kllr il
i .,.,i.ni will be held nt the office of tbe
., l.imUli Ir, A-M.. on
Thur.ly, ihe altn tlJ of Nos
The trana'for booka of the eomtany will re
main olo.ed from October ma IO noyemu..
11th. both inolus.ve. SeOTet.ry.
. i ii fur-
.t...Ta.,r.';Tth ft.'. TuckeU-to and
from tbe meet.ng.c WILT0N, Treasurer..
DWpTS,PrStofc EWD. GOLDSMITH, Tke-Presldent.
Amone the Northern Lake3
.f MinnMota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful plaoes w here o ne o an pass
tbe euinmer months In quiet rest "d enjoy
ment, and return home at the end 0f tM
heated term completely rajven.u.
.rrir,. ,...n. br ncs to Ooonomowoo,
vC.T.VI.k. nam. Frontenao. uao-
d.. .nil innu-
whoae winter homes arson either siaeoi,
n. . it U asenM fAfl (I O'
son ana inxon a ne. ","""f".rjjii-0fc,
fort.at a moderate cost, eanl be read iron
tamed. A Hat ol summer .homes. w'tn ?'
.... Inn nartaming thereto, u
KinTd"Vtribat.d by th. Cbioao. m.lwaoj
ass and 6T. Paul Railway, and will Deeen
free nion appltcatnn ny r-"t aril-
Carpenter. General Passat gar Agent. iLl-
waukee, Yi is.
IIS Si 4 i
r)UR fTOCK OF B00 Djjn W
TO TIIK TBADB we of.r special ne1 ,i,"7t 5o KXTRA CoSl. thu
Kn.8 ETIl-Affcfl nne. ded.
f.r .b. t-OTulK:,l",
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