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MEMPHIS DAILY iAPPEAli-.TUESD AY, OCTOBER 19, 186.
6
A HEALTHY 1MHECT
IS ALL USDS OF MAS C FACT.
. URES AJiD MERCHANDISE.
Trofperlty Kulcs In All the Arenucs
of Trade and Kalliray Earnings
Are Increasing.
ISPICUL TO TBI ArriAL.l
Kew York, Oct' ber 18. A xear.me
of the week's industrial operations
shows a large and btalthy moremeat
of all kinds of merchandise and man
ufactured product.
Lumber. Keceipta ef lumber, In
cl'Jdirghaid woods, have been in ex
cess tf current requirements the
surplus going Into stock. Trices are
strong for white and yellow pine,
spruce, cak, cherry and Wilnnt. Fur
niture manufacturers are baying win
ter ttcck". and retailers, bo h here
and in Prjiladelpbia," are (locking np.
rem and ifad The furnace produc
tion is absorbed at $16tof20, accord
ing to quality and intended ubp. llsr
iron is 1 J to 2 ren's; nails, 12 to $2 20;
bridge Iron, 2 to 3 cents; steel rails,
34to$3. Mills and furnaces are
everywhere over sold, and inquiries
are numerous for winter requirements.
There are, as yet, no signs of over pro
duction. , ,
The Building Trade: Today s re
port? from Chicago, bt. Louis, and a
few intervening points, show a "slow
ing up" in large building enterprises
but an expansion in email jobs. Ma
terial of all kinds are abundant and
cheap, and architects and builders
predict a busy winter, at strong prices.
Railroad Cotulructwn. The year's
conetrnction to date is greater than
for a like period in ten out of Alteon
years put. City capitalists ara having
their attention called to enterprises
railing Ur lonns that will aggregate
$20,000,000.
The Commercial Outlook. The result
of the clo. e margins of the two months
preceding 8np!err.ber let has been an
Increase in the volume of liabilities of
a decreased buinbtr ot failures. Jiana
lnnns are ea-ier of late under improv
ing trade prospects. lUilway earnings
ira Innreanincr.
Leatfier. Manufacturers of leather
are fully supplied with all kinds, hut
ate holding their own. Slaughter
aole Is 25 cents. Bsot and shoe manu
facturers throughout Mas!achusetts
report an active domand for bnth
medium and fine makes of men s,
women's and children a wear. Blocks
era mn down, and ordors are crowd
ing in. Fine rubber is 83 coots ; last
year, 50 cents,
final. An advance has been deter-
mlnml nnon for November 1st. Stocks
are low, and demand active for an
thracite. Bituminous is dull.
TliA TnduMiriet. Production ia equal
to rnnHiimD'ivo requirements, and
every attempt to crowd prices to i
hiaher level will result in a curtail
ment of demand, with weakening
prices. Textile mills are straining
nvnrv unnrirv ti keen even with or
ders. Tkeie is no occasion for higher
prices, either in manufactured pro
ducts or cerea's, even under an in
creasing export demand, and any at
tflinnt at an advance must react un
favorably, besides encouraging labor
agitations for higer wages and shorter
Imnii Mni1i annrahnnainn tL4o
...i inmkm iron, cotton
nt funr products Will advance
to a point that win necessitate i
aharn advance in products. Fortu
nately, tbe industrial interests, repre
sentee several bundled million dol
lars capital, have placed their ordors
for taw material for winter and spring
supplies, and this has arrested tne
prefsure toward high prices.
lUROFEAll" FINANCES.
Price) Irregular aad Weaker the
look Eaehance.
Tondo. Ootobcr 18. There was an
active owo nd for discount during the
past weea at zi Un the htocx
Exchange the loan rate . 81(S4l.
Prices on the Btosk Exchange wet
irresular. and the tone was decidedly
weaker, under the influence of large
realizations by operators for a rise, the
lncreassed dearners of money and the
threatening aspect of affairs in the
East. In American railway securities
early in the wet k there was a marked
decline, owing partly to the high rates
cbareed at ttie settlement, out a re
action brought prices to their former
level, and yesterday ttiey closed iinn
On Itie Parle Bourne.
Tatiis. Oclnbir 18. Tliore was
strons downward reaction on the
Dourao at the opening of the week
which was subBpquently Blightly
checked. Abetter led ng was rape
ciallv prevail tit yesterday, when
Tiricea do ed the best of the week
though the recoveiy was inBuflicient
to restore former quotations. Credit
Foncier df dined 121; new loan
If 25c ! Sues Canal. 4 1 25c. and Pan-
ami Canal. Of 50a. Bank of France
advanced 20t.
At Berlin.
nmi.ru. October 18. The tendency
on the Bourse becomes worse daily as
coufiJence in the maintenance of
peace lessens. International stocks
fluctuate considetably. What Is gained
one day is loU the next. Yesterday
vervthint closed weaker, Trnssian
consols keins anoted at 105.76
Deutsche bank at 105 50; Austrian
cold rente at 0S.40: Austrian silver
rente at 08.60; Hungarian gold rente
at 83.50; Austrian credit at 453; short
exchange on London at 20.40; long
exchange on London at 20.20, and
private discount at 2).
AS rraakfort.
Framobt October 18. The Bourse
during the week was du'l and lrresn
lar, closing with rather more strength
Acstrian credit closed at 226; l'rus
sian 4s at 84 75; shoit exchange on
London at 20.39; exchange on New
lork at 4 24, and private discount
at Z.
SOUTH BOSTON IKON TT0UKS.
Operatlooa Na.prndol on Arconn
oflnabllliy lo Pay Workmen
Boston, Mam., October 18. Th
South Boston Iron Woiks, the well
known tun fa try, last night sus
pended operations nn account ot inn
bility to pay the workmen. The shut
down may last two weeks, or as many
months. Nearly 250 expert iron
workers a e tluown out of employ
ment, for ttie past six weeks tii
men have received no ray, and the
suspension is explained by the far
that the. government owed the works
$250,000 for rifles, cannon, cartridges
and other work performed 1 1 late, hu
the apprcpna Ions not boing fo-tn
coming tbe roumes of the company
Dcains slmo t exhausted
Treasurer Hunt eays t'ie report that
the govt rnm-'Lt ows the concern
$250,0!)0 in nhs-ird. The t tal amoui.
is ab-ut JTOO.OOO.
Flue fer hMllua- Milk From
snirry I aide.
IlR
Chicago, III., Oc'ohir 18. Frd
Bowman was tae fir.it mi kmaa to be
punished by 'iVasoa ot disobeying Dr.
DeWolle'a ',-rder stopping the vale of
milk take j from tbe cattle tiuaran
lined, granted at tbe various distil
leries. Yesterday he wascaught try
ing to take Bime of the milk from
Khuf M't place, and thia morning ws
fine i f 25 and cosK
SHEFFIELD, ALA.
FLOIIBINIIISIO M 4 Si V FACT IB.
isa t'EHTEit tvirii A
Ureal Fail are A Bear Railroitd Pro
jected ( Rnn via Adnata !
Cbarlealoa Nrkoola.
lOORRISrOSDIKCB OF TBI APPSAL.l
Bbkitfiild, Ala., October 10. A
pr88 of personal matters wnicu ro-
aired attention, ana numorom
ritlina diiliculties a'tending ttie Bot
tling down In a new home, have pre
vented your correspondent fiom com
plying with a promise made the Ac
pal and many psrfonal friouc's who
sue among its, readers to give them
occasionally some account of what is
tranHnirino- in the new citv which is
springing up in this famous valley of
tbe Tennessee, bhttlieid tne unique
is an appropriate designation, for it Is
nnioue in tbat it is probably, if not
actually, tbe fl at pleca la all America
that was seltctad Dr a purely commer
cial and manufacturing city in wl ich
the streets and avenues were mm
ont, tbe businees part planned,
water works oestgneu, rosiueiii-o
lots tet i side, pieaiure grouuds
and manufacturing sit'S desig
nated before there was a house bunt.
The first attempt to put tbe new
itv on tho high road to fortune
hrMiuht disappointment to its project
ors fiom unforeseen and unavoidable
linancial dilliulties. wbi h came upon
ha nartiea who had undertaken to
hnlld the railroad to connf ct Sheffield
with tho coal and iron fluids, and for
hich tbe founders of Miellieid were
in ao wi e responsible. There is little
evidence, that the gentlemen compos
ing the Bheliield Company have ever
lot confldence intlietiaal rnngnid ;ent
success of ttie place, and it is truth to
say tbat they have kept pegging away
till even its worst enemies, who were
only so through jealousy, have been
compelled to admit ttint it is the corn
ing town in the Te-nnt hsoi Valley. The
new era in r-nelneld tUtlrs may ue
reckonoi from the 10th day of Au
gust, 1880, when It was publicly pro
claimed that Enoch Euoloy, A. M.
Shook, Napoleon Hill and otners had
taken the contract to build the
r-heflleld arid Birmingham railroad
and bad agreed to build in connection
therewith a hundred Ion lurnace on
the banks of the Tennessee at Shef
field. These gontlftmon, all well
known in tbe financ al world, will
own and operate the railroad and fur-
i ace when completed, and as a nonus
they gut a very large amount of Hbef
field city stock, which, . f course, large
ly increases their Interest in the suc
cess of the new city. The stock in
now quoted in the market at $1 02.
The new road has bean recently
completed to Uusssllville, about twen
ty miles south, and a daily train leaves
Tuscumbia on schedule tim. Within
fA ilava that noition ol tne road
from tke Florence brjuch to the point
where it cress" the Charleston road,
about two and a half miles east of Tus
cumbia, will be comp'eted, wnen tue
train will loave Bhulliuld instead of
Tu-(Umbla.
By the contract, the f arly-five mile
point from the Memphis and Charles
ton Toad la to oe readied Dy tne zisi
of June, 1887.
Sheffield is at present rescued via
the Florence branch and a milo stretch
of the new read, over which the Flor
ence train comes In twice daily.
Tbe Sheffield lurnace Company, ot
which Mr. Horace Ware, of Birming
ham, is president, is putting in a far
nace tbe'estimatsdeapacity of which is
125 to 150 tons per day. Tbe excava
tion is all ready and the contractor for
the fonndation 1b going forward with
. i mi - , ' l i i
ine won. me macuinery is to io
placed in position and perfected by
P. Witherow, ol rittehurg, who has
ma fine reputation as a practical
furnace minder and iron ex berk. A
railroad switch nearly a mile long has
been built to canned the furnace site
with the main lino. Thus It will be
Been that two f iirnnces are assured, the
daily ou'put of which will be largely
over 200 tons.
About $33,009 in stock have been
subscr.bed to build the Shef
field and TuscumhU street rail
way, an amount considerably
in I'xees.s ol trio sum necos ary to
build and equip a lina to connect the
two places. Mr, McMillan, of At
lanta, Bosnia t ha tho chief m vor in
this ontorpiiBO, though tbe stock has
been pretty well dimributed and all
havecouflJenco in tbe eventual finan
cial success of tlie invoetment.
An application ling bien made for a
B'.teon which to hui'd a fifteen ton ice
fttc'ory, trt bs roady for business next
st a'ori. This and all other sites for
manufacturing purposes will be do
nated by ths Slif Hidd campany. The
tame liberality ij extended to church
sites.
At a recent public meeting in At
lanta a eoiiimittoe was appointed to
secuie the charier and take the initial
Bteps f ir building a railroad to be
called tbe Atlanta, Mississippi and
Atlantic railroad, which is to rnn
from Sheffield via Atlanta to Charles
ton, Savannah or Brunswick. The
names of this committee imply that
there is reality in the movement
Thoy are E. 1 Howard, II. I. Inmsn,
Joel Hurt, II. B. Tompkins, II. W.
Grady, Geo. W. Scott and II. 14. W.
Palmer.
Among the things which help to
give an air ot prosperity to ttie place
may bs noticed the Eureka Planing
Mills and Brick Works, where fine
pressed bricks are made ; the Sheffield
Manufacturing Uinipany, for making
sash, doors, blind', etc. ; tho .Sheffield
Contracting Company and Brick
Works and a well kept three ttjiy
Dnrx notel.
We havs stsam wut"r wotks, with
capacity sufficient to (apply a city of
seveial thousand inhabitants.
A publio fies school is in successful
operatiou with thirty-eight pupils in
attendance. Tbe school building is a
marvel ol its kind the work of an
architect who know his hnBincst and
supplied with the ".-ingle Triumph
Study Desk, together with globes.
maps, charts, forms and solids and
other modern appliances. The school
house and grounds belong to the Shef
field Company, but the school occu
pies it free of rent. The literary de
partment is in charge of J. M. Hub
bird, of Bolivar, Tenn., and that of
music in charge of Miss Mary E
Uoon, ol watertown, N. x , who po:
b bk8 first c'a s cunab liaos as
teacher, and is also a fine vocalist. The
pt-ople take grei.t intereit in the sue
crss ol the eclioo', which is making
m:e progress.
From the U"U set forth herewith
penplo at a dix anro ought to ba ah'e
t ) judiif for tin uisulves as to whether
Mi'llieUl is a g od place tn which tt
make iuvoitiiii-iit i-mii.ix
T. M. Stani.ky, (uneral director and
etubaluH'r, 65 Aladiaon street,
CRIMES ASD CASUALTIES.
TERRIBLE DOUBLE TtAGLDY
U AN INDUSAPOLIS HOTEL.
Han Shoots Ills Wife and Kills
Himself Other Crimes and
Casualties.
Indianapolis, Inp., October 17.
Henry Zaig'er and Minnie Devor were
married two yea's and a half ago, in
Cincinnati. Their married life proved
very unhappy, and several leparatims
and reconciliations occurred. Four
weeks ago the wife cams to this city
and procured employment in the
Uundry of the Brunewick Ho'el.
Acothtr reconciliation wai effec ed,
andafewdavs ago tbe busband ar
rived here. The couple secured rnd
cccup'ed a room at the National Hr-t-l,
and at an esrly hour this morr.inz
Z.aigler arose and a?ked bis wife o
kins him. She refused, and after he
exchange of a few words, Zeigler drew
a revolver, and disregarding the
woman's tears and piayers fired tbrse
shots iati ber body, i'igler then cit
his throat with a pocket knife and
flied a bullet through his head, ex
piring almost instantly. Tbe woman
bas made an anti-mortem statement,
denying that she ever gave her hns
band cause for jealosy. She is 22
years of age and her immediat rela
tives reside at Maditon, Ind. She is
in a critical condition, but there is a
possibility of saving her life. Ziig'er
was 37 yeais old and rt sided in Cin
cinnati. Mket Ilia Brother Dead.
Chaki.biton. S. C, October 17. Ia
Barnwell county yes-.erday E. J. Bow
ell shot and killed bis brother, E L.
Bowell. They bad intended to go fish
ing together when they became in
volved in a quarrel. E. J. Koweil was
the aggressor. He is under anett, but
expreesoa no contrition for bis act.
urdereU by Ilia Boom Half.
Toi.ido. O . October 18. This morn
ing the dead body of Henry S mder, a
butcher, in the employ ot E. O. Cro?-
enbacher. a w holesale butcher cf this
. ,, .. ii
city, was lounu in nia dso, in a buihu
room in the rear of his meat (hop, J
with a revolver bullet tnrougii ms
heart. The event is as yet wrapped
in nmtery. Souder, who was an un
mariied man, 23 years old, was drink
ing lurt nigbl wiih Henry Boestaker, a
fellow employe. Boestaker bai been
arrested as a precautionary meaeure,
and also Conrad Z mmerman, annthnr
fellow workman. Soudar is from Read
ing, Fa. .
IMer. Developments snow mucn
circumttantial evidence against Boes
taker. He was the room mate of
Souder. the murdered man, but did
not go home last night. An employe
overheard them quarreling yesierday
aboot a girl. A revolver with one
chamber discharged was found in a
trunk la the room, which was locked
and to which each man bad a key.
Biestaker is a young German aged 21.
Both were quiet, steady gjing ycung
men.
Suicide by Bleeding: to Death.
Louisville, Ky., October 17 Geo
Nichols suicided in a field near this
city yesterday bv cui ting the arteries
oi nis area ana oieeaiug to uoam. xjo
left a note saying that he was from
Chicago, and that he killed himself be
cause be could not secure employ
ment He was about 45 years old,
and had a nice general appearance.
A Brewery Warehouse FalU.
Pittsburg, Ta., October 17. The
Keystone Brewing Company's four
story brick warehouse, on South
Thirty-fifth street, fell with a loud
crash about aayugni id:b morning.
The building was completely wrecked,
and a large amount of beer stored in
kezs in the structure destroyed, ine
Iocs was $40,000. No person was in
jured. The accident was caused by
tbe foundation giving way.
Brltlnh Mteanaer I.oal.
Key Wert. Fla.. October 18. Ad
vices from Nassau report the total lees
of the British steamer Juliet on
Gingeibread Ground, Bdiama. She
waB bound from Carditl for IN ew Or
leans with a cargo of rails, wh'ch are
now being saved and tiken to Nassau.
Three I.lvra l.ot by an Explosion
n a K learner,
Ojaoe Citt, Mo., October 18. This
morning about 2 o'clock while the
steamer Blnck Diamond was coming
up tin Missouri river to ttiis plcci
she blew out her st am chest, packing
at ItIhiII, Mo, about twelve miles
east ot time, causing Biich a condition
that throa colored romtsbiuls, Goo.
Price, Ctias. Briggs and Eddy Pratty,
all of this p'ai-e, jumpad overboard
Into the river and were drownod.
Two others wore severo.y scalded
about tbe body. None oi'tho bodies
have been recovered.
Prof. Chs. Ludwig Von Seeger
Pmffttar of tt'dicint al Tfoynl Cntverrity ;
Anight of th
lahtof th ra-iii
l'nl Aurtrian (hdrrof tke Iron
fn wm . AnwAf (jnmmanHer oftkt Rmial .STnaH
ink Ot-rfer ItabtUal Knight at the iiovnl
ommanner
ibtllat Kn
of the h'ni
Prutnan Ordtr of (Aa Hfd Angle; thrvalter
of Ine Urton of Honor, Hie. , Are , aayi
"MEMO CO.'HCorA HF.F.F TONIC
should not ba eonfennded with th, hord
of trrnhj ouro-alla. It ia In no aena ol th,
word a rmtant remedy. I in tborouahlr
oonveratnt with Ita anode ot preparation,
and know it to be not only a legitimate phar
maceutical product, but alio worthy of the
hih eoinmendationa It baa received In alt
parti of the world It onatoina enaenee ol
Woof, Coot, Quinine, Iron and Callaya,
wrjton are aiiaoiveain pure tonutne opaQ'
lab. Imperial Crown Sherry."
Invaluablo to all who are Run Down. Ner-
Youn, Dyapeptic, bilious, Malnrinua or af
flicted with weak kidneys, llrware ol
liullatloua.
Her najoaty'a Favorite Coamrtle
Jlycriui.
Oted bv lift Hoynl WohnmtJie Sna reaa of
Walee and the nobility. For the Skin, Com-
tleuon, hruptiona, Chappini, Kouchneaa.
1.00. Of druniiint,.
I.IKH1 .' lfnnlne Srrnn ol
Maraaparllla la guaranteed M the beat
Bnriaparilla in tbe market.
l-ot. SN MI'RRIT NTRK.ET
rrANTSS,INVAlIDS
wiliii,
y porfect subetituta lur Mother!
and Teething. A prti.dlwnntml fiKxi fur Dye-
......ui.iiie it, cnnlera
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tnfnntuf
pnntlca, Consumptlvoa, Convnlfiacon
ita
rnoi duuwui in au wnstlna Plueila
Dlaeilaei
Kqlra no oookln,r. Our Hook. The Cl
end Foedlne; of Infnnts, maiid rreo.
HOUBIiH, UOOIIA1.M a. PP.. Bcmtoii. Man.
tilil v A IN I II anil Hoard for Stive
Yorni, Men or Ladies in each coun
ty, r. VT. ZltULEH A CO., 1'hiladelphia.
Th M cnr.
r Pen Ano SJ
Day and Night
During an acute attack of Bronchitis, a
ceaaeleaa tickling in tbe throat, and aa
exhaustlpg, dr', nocking cough, afflict
the suffertr. Sleep Is buuished, and great
prostration follows. This disea&o is also
attended with Hoarseness, aud sometimes
Loss of Voice. It Is liable to become
chronic, Involve the lungs, aud tcruiinuto
fatully. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral affords
apeedy relief aud euro in canes ot Bron
chitis. It controls tho disposition to
cough, and induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practicing physician for
twenty-four years, and, for tbe put
twelve, have aullWi-d from annual attacks
of Bronchitis. Alter exhuunliiig- all the
nsual remedies
Without Relief,
I tried Ayer'a Cherry Tcctornl. It helped
me iinnieiliiitelv, niid effected a 8eely
cure. O.Stovtall,M.D.,C'aiTollton,ilis.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Is decidedly the
bent remedy, within my knowledge, for
chronic Hroiicliili". and nil m'X dlseatii-a.
M. A.Uust, JI. !., Soulh Puns, Mo.
I was attacked, lust winter, with a severe
Cold, which, fi-Din exposure, crew worso
and Cimlly untied on my Luns. By
night sweats I was reduced ulinust to a
skeleton, ily Coiiuh was incessant, and I
frequently n;lt blood. Jly physician told
me to give up business, or 1 would not
live a month. After taking various reuio
dles without relief, I was uually
Cured By Using
two bottles of Aycr's Cherry rectornl. I
am now lu perfect health, mid ublo to
resume business, after having been pro
nounced Incuralile with Consumption.
8. P. Henderson, Saulsburgb, l'enn.
For years I was In a decline. I had
weak lungs, and suffered from Bronchitis)
and Catarrh Aver's Cherry Pectoral rc
etored me to healili, and I have been for u
long timo comparatively vigorous. In
caso of a sudden cold I always resort to
the Pectoral, uiul find cneedy relief.
Edward E. Curtis, Itutlund, Vt.
Two years ngo I suffered from a sovere
Bronchitis. The iilivsieiau attendiiiK mo
became fearful that the disease would ter
minate in Pneumonia. After trying vari
ous medicines, without benelit, lie liniilly
prescribed Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, which
relieved mo at once. I continued to take
this medicine a short time, and was cured.
Ernest Colton, Logansport, Ind.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prnrd by Dr. .1. C. Ayor J: Co., Lowell, Maaa.
Void by all l)ruKflu. I'rko (1 ; al bott.ua.fa,
W. N. HALDEMAN,
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K1K-JUUKINAIj uu., toil! wnat
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Orncsor thi CoraisR-JotiBsiL,
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ovir requoac, woai i mow oi your iniii
lure. Ihe private aeauranoes of ita effloaoy
I bad, and the good results of its efleots I
had observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for more than tlltcen years, bad teen lore
man of my office, induced me to trst it in
mrfamili. Tb" results have been entirely
satisfactory. The fir.it oaae was of two
eara standing, in wnion l Deneve every
mown remedy bad been tried with tempo
rary relief the chilli returning periodically
and with leemingly inoreated severity.
Your oure broke tbein at once, and there has
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JO o
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. OIL AND LIME.
Set the Genuine A rllcle. Thesreat
Eopularityof "Wilnor's Compound oi Cod
iver Oil and Lime" has induced some un
principled pereoni to attempt to palm off a
simple article of their own manufaotura;
but any person who is suffering from Coughs.
Colds or Consumption, should be carefnl
where they purchase this artiole. The re
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and the proprietor bas ample evidence on
Die of ill great success In pulmonary com
plaints. 'The Phosphate of Lime possesses a
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It is presoribed by the medical faculty. Sold
by A. B. Wii.bob, Chemist, Boston, oni
Pruggists. ,
MwtoI tbs dieiuMi uUuli mulct nuvnltina arworijrm-
Ily ouwdby tl
Jb'tir nil coiuuirtin
.iiiwiiiuTitiictinuiiiim ui hip kivcni
uitu1
tion, lrmtilfirily oi Um Ituwulii, dint,) iimtioit, Flatu
Juucjr, Kmctationfi mid Immitig of the tSNnnftctl
(mmivtliii"! callfl Heartburn), Miuiua, Mnlarin,
BliMNly Flux. O In I lit and Vmvr, Bi-twkbune Vvur,
Kxhaustmu Uelors or -ifier Ktjvwra, Clmtrio Uiar
rlite, ol Appwtii UtMiiiuUM, I'oul Brent h.
down l'liinrt, Pckeh, Ao., Ac.
AURANTII InvnlunbfA
for all tlirtca'toff, but will CUl
mtT nil rllaanal (if
not a panacea
tho LIVER, STOMACH
ER, STOMACH aud BOWfcLS
LS. It
iiiaiaai tun miiiiiixi inn I nun tnnv
tho coinpl"iim fnnn awaiy, yelli
thlRO,
lo a ruddy, iwamij vtutw. n sniiruiy rouiwt
illooitiy uptriu. It In one of the b-t Alttntiiirt
un( I'uritltr V MltQmd U a vttluahU Ionic.
STADICER'S AURANTII
For Mle b; all Dnwguta. Prto. 1 .00 per bottle,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 80. FRONT ST., Phllndelph a, Pa.
Koch's Pat. Store
Nil F.I.VINO Is aiilustabte to meet any need
or business. It is cheaper than old style. Can
he out up by any one. Iiiirunnlcsl for
l'anlry aud Uoub Mirlvra. Address
KOCH A. II. C'0 Mfrm,
S41 MAIN NT., I' DO III A, I LI.., or,
Wlmeion. Hanlware 'o..St. Lonls. Mo.
Dissolution of Partnership
Now lrxxxt
MR. J. U. KENT has this day withdrawn
from the firm of t-pted, Marshall A
Kent, and the bnsmcas, liabilities, etcC, will
he assumed by the remaining partners, who
have associated wun tnem u. w. iucivtno
TKY, of Memphis, in a partnership for the
practice of law, making a speoialtv of Com
mercial taw and Collections. The stile of
the firm will be BPKKD. MAHL-HA1,L A
McRlNBIHY. Offices, No. S Madison street,
Memphis, Tenn , and No. 14H W'a-hiniuon
street. VieVsbnrg. Miss. October 12, W,
ITOll HALE.
riarta'lon of A. I.pa A Co on Island 34
lor division o an eitate. It contains about
2f00 acres of rich bottom land ; about 329
acres in cultivation; several hundred acres
above any overflow. Can he made on,
of the finest stock terms, ci mpletelr sur
rounded by water, which prevents tbe es
cape of stock. Also, aboot 150 Head ol Cattle,
which are in fine ootid, tion, including seve
ral Hhort-horn Durham bulls, Cows and
learhngs. Adilrem
A. LKAA CO .Fulton, Tenn.,
or W. A. 0AUK CO.,
No.aiX) front utr.et. Memphis. Tenn.
Hr.NTOetFJs. Hem.
-ly t're- A victim
youthtui tmpru-
dni-e, csuin Premature I)ec"y, Nervous
Dolllity, l.o.t Mmihnod, te., hsving tried
in vein every known remedy, line discovered
a simple sell. cure, lwch he will scud tilth,
ol his lollow suOorerf , Address
O J. MAht'ij
fost COice Box 3170, Now Xork City,
mm i
H, H. COOVEB & CO.
UHYilllDiP
MANUFACTURERS OP
Doom, Sash, minds, Voiding, all kinds or Door and Window
Framee, Bracket?, fcrolMVork, Itough and Dressed
Lumber, MiiiiglcH, Latins, Water Tanks,
All klada ot W ood Work Executed at Short Xoliee.
Xos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Mpmpliis. Tenn.
.
ill
SLEDGE BBO&fOf Como, Mlu.
COTTON
Nnu. 2S Mid 3S8 Front Street Memphi Tenm.
(SUCCEtSNOBS TO M
COTTON
Old tStand, No. 9 Union St.t Memphis.
a APOLE0N HILL. President. W. 5. W1LKEBS03, TlcoltesMes U
H. J. LTS5,. Cashier.
Memslus City Fire & Gen'l Ins. Col
BOES A SBBEBAIi FIBS ABB ATABIBB BCSIBBM.
A QUARTER OF A ffilLLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DIIliaOTOIlBil
er - i irva n dtt t V
s u anks-IDT.D. D. .
OfSJeelO Maillson Street, SXeBstphU, Tend
JN0. S. T00F. E. L. McQOWAN.
foot I
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor:
And Dealers In Levee and Railroad Supplies,
No. 874 Front Street Memphis. Tennesseer
D. W. FLY,
Late ol Commeroe, Miss.
P. B. HBRKON.
Late ot Coffeeville. Miss.
PLY, HERRON & H0BS0H
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merclianlii
324 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
Foker jhorntoi & Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocer,
No. SOG Tront aireeta : Tfeniphlii, Tesai.
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seiworthy Vessels Ci
Ginhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 126 POPLAR
(SIieCESHORS TO 8.
Cigars andTobacco
27S rtfnln Sree. Opp. Conrt Square. Bloniplila. ifirn.
R.L.C0CHRAN&CO
El
o s
'.''JI
. -J c i
1 h,v-W,i&&el.y;itt- -
saw abb ruiae-nix, hatt-tam. ''
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lumtc
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, railing ana Cedar rotts
Woods & Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
BABBOCK GINS,
Strum EhbImos, Machinery of All Dcscriptiona,
No. 332 SECOND ST MEMPHIS TENN.
111
Chickasaw IxGwsotte
J0US E. EASDLE & CO., PKOPB'S,
v 98 Seoond St. Memphis, Tar
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
1 iiglucH, Boilers, Sawiuilli,
IJradlord Ctrru and Wheat Kill
Cotton Frews, Cotton tiins,
Shafting, PnlleyB, 1- ic
SPECIAL KOTICK-We' are prepared to AH ordem
on snort notioe, for the oeleorated Beilart rstteal
Hroagbi-i" Pulley. We oarry in stock over
Two Hundred Assorted biicg.
avar Bend for Catalogue and Prioe-llst.'
F. 1. H0BFLEET, BesIdetFrttr.
FACTORS,
EACH AM A UOBTOSD
DF'A.OT'JFiLS
jnwn tOAtiu
IfTIROf W.
, D. BIXaALL.
J. S. HcTIQHE.
Q. PATTES0N.
w
CiOTO 10.
SAM H0BS0N.
Late of Brooks, Neely k Co.
a-1
STREET, MEMPHIS.
1 IEE), JOBBERS OF
I ' ....
J. F. H0LST & BR0.
(successors to U. H. B0L8X uau.
IF
f . TM TT ' -v-'
Funeral Directors,
flAVB REMOVED TO
Ho. 3301 SEC0SD ST., MEMPHIS.
ATULI. and oomplete stock of Woodand
Meta! ""ases ind Oastet.. Cloth-Coir-,r.d
Ck.t. and toW Kobe. ..way. on
hand.
vruore vt mmwhw-
TUE
6BAS
Question is ennagint ou- agricultural eom
munlty. Messrs. B. O. CRAIG CO., No.
7 and 39 Union street, Memphis. Tenn..
are daily in receipt of
FAR1I0
report on growth In diversified oropping
corn, oats, wheat, rye. barley, cereals, and
orchard, herds, clover, tall meadow oat
grass and timothy trait
PAYS.
AH our wornout sedg-e lsnds may be re
claimed by sowing rye and olover on them in
fall or spring, or sowing oow-peas In May,
June or July, then turn ander, and
RICHLY
fmnrriTi thft land.
It. G. C'HAIG fc CO.,
Agriculture Implements and Seed Dealers
MKMPHIS, TKHW. ,
EXTRACT
ALCOHOL
Trade
lIart5.
PLEASANT TOJfiE TASTE-
THE GREAT BLOOD FuRIFIEEJ
For Dy.pcpla,all deran jeawnts
of the DlgeatlTO Organs and tbo
JLlrer, Skin Diaeaees, C'uta, Burns,
Hcalds and Kruieea, ACI IRON
E A It XII la a aperlllc.
Rhenmatism, malarial Dleor-
ders, Cbroaic Dlarrbma and ob
stlnate cn.ee of Blood Poleonlaff,'
yield wlthon fall to Ita wonder
tal nrallva foayar.
Aak (mrm fMfkioi, aael
f all dealers or seat, poolpaod
from tbo A. 1. E. Co., moMIe, Ala.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS. j
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQQISTS. )
At Wholesale by TAW VLEET & CO.
BEADttllAKTKKH FOB
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
I
Fire. Wind. Water and Ilctitnlnsr
proof. Suitable for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimatos at factory rates
call on or address
Memphis metal a wood mf-s co.,
438 A UO Main st., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it.i
MKMPHIS. TENN.
Ileadqnartors for Iron Fences and Crestinar,
(ialvnnited Iron Cornice. Tin Rrofs A Stoves.
Electric Belt Free
rpo introduce It and obtain agent we wil
x 1
for the next ai.tv riavn civ. awav. frtO
of charge, in each county in the U. 8. a lim.
lieu numnerot our ui rinan i,iwiru ni
vanle Sawpensiory Bella. Prioe tr;
Eositive and unfailing cure for Nervous De
illty. Varicocele, Emissions, Impotency.
etc. $530.00 IUwari said if every Belt wo
maintaotare doe sot isnerate a rinuine
slectria current. Aid -ess at oaoe KLEC
IKI0 BELT AINCY, P. 0. Bos ITS.
Brooklyn. N. T. .
William Dun.
John Lilly.
DEAN & LILLY
Coffee Roasters,
AND DEALERS IN
TEA, COFFEE
AWI SPICES,
205 Main St. (Lee Block)
MEMPHIS,
HIT Telephone ai.
TENN.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
0KFICI OP MlVPRIfl AND CBARI-ltflTON")
Kailboad Co., 10 Wall Stkkkt, y
Now York, October 6, Wfi.)
NOTICE Is hereby given that the Animal
Myelinic of tke Ktockholdnrs of the
Meinplila ami nrletou Ksilroad
Coinnany will be held at the office of the
company, at Huntavlile, Ait., oa
Tliiirnlny, ihe llih day ot Soveui"
ber, 1HHU.
The tranafor books of the company will re
main closed from October 12th to November
11th, both inclusive. ....
L. M. 6C1IWAN, Secretary.
The agents of th sovernl stations will fur
nish stockholder with free ticket to and
from the meeting.
H. C. WILTON, Treasurer.
Urethral Stricture Cured!
CURE FEBHANEXT.;
Removal Complete. Neither kaife, aasti4
nor dilation. Ho pain. No humbac.
Adr'a DR. U. IV. TUTIIIIX,
BOX 1B4. ATI.ayTA PA.'
TAPE W0KMS
Kr.novr.n ai iti:, m from 40 to oo
minutes, complete, with head, or do
charge. Modicine pleasant and harmless.
NO FASTlNi). Can be administered with
safety to obild ot- adult. Cnll on
DR. in. KKV MI ITU,
At Mrs. Becktel's house, corner Third tni
Madison st. CoBULIAIIo Fbii,
IMMEil
A NATURAL TONIC
; AsM. Iron Earth.
'JhSdsb Marx.
j NOT
ROM f(0WfcV ArM

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