THE JATIOMlr CAPITAL.
MI5ISTEB COX FORMALLY TEN
la Minister to Turkey To Educate
the Indian Youth Appoint
ments Note 8-
"VTasbikston, October 23. Major
General 8ch' field, who has charae of
the ceremonies rtterdirg the ioaugu
ralioa of the Bert, oldi atatue next
Thuredaj, called at the White House
today, and hid an interview with tne
PreaidoDt with repaid to his pit;cira
tion in the reremonier. lh President
and most of the Cabinet will attend,
but the details of the trip jo New
York have nrt been completed. I? is
expected tt.at Mm. Cleveland aad tli9
wives of sev ral of the C.binet cfficetB
will accompany the party.
ApaolataeitaUa by tbe Prealdenf.
Washhiotom, October 23. The
President this aftern 5on made the Itil
lowing appointment: Daniel A. Lock
wood, ot New York, t j be Attorney
of the United States for the Northern
District of New York ; Lucius M. La
mar, of Georgia, to be Marshal 01 the
United Btatts for the Southern Dis
trict of Georgia. The following to be
Consuls of the Uli'.oI Siatss: Seth
Pratt, of fp8Ba''hi'S' t-s, at Zanaib.fr;
C. R. McCall, cf Alabama, at Santos;
Wm. Greathous?, of Louisiana, at
Tampico; . J. Smithers, of Dela
ware, at Tien-Tsio; John T. Camp
bell, of California, at Tamatave; Lao
pold Mcore, of New York, at Hull.
To Edaeale Ibe Indian Youth.
Washington, October 23. The Sec
retary of the Interior has informed
the AVar D pariinent that the thirty
nine Indian youths between the ages
of 12 and 22 jesrs among the Apaches
confined at Fort Monroe, Tex., will be
received for r due ttion and industrial
training if delivered to Capt. Pratt,
Baperinttadent of the Carlisle Indian
Training School, iu Pennsylvania, and
be has aiss directed the Goinnai.-s:oaer
of Indian Affairs t3 provido echool
accommodation!) for those below 12
years of age suitable to be sent to
Washikoton, October 23. The
thief of the Bureau of S atieties re
ports that 40,041 immigrant) arrived
in the United Hatc during Septem
ber Ibs-, agsinst 27,772 during Septem
ber, 1885, and tbbt for the first nine
months of tbe present year they num
ber 394,720, against 268,680 for the cor
responding port'on of latt year.
KeslaraatloB af Mlslatcr Cox.
. Washington, October 23. Lhe for
mal resignation of S. 8. Cox, Miuiater
to Turkey, baa been received at the
Department of Sta e.
Doea Hot Farfclt Iter Klgbt to Ac
Washington, October 23. Ia tbe
ease of Maria, Good, nee Wilcox, of
Kirwin, Ka?., o i appeal from the de
cision of tbe Commissioner of tbe Gen
eral Land Office, the Secretary of the
Interior has dee'ded in accordance
with former ru'ingi of the department
that the miairiag-) of a siDgJe woman
who bad made a homesteaa entry will
not defeat htr light to make final
prcof and receive tit.e to the land un
der the hom s'ead laws. This decis
ion reveres that of the Commissioner
of the General Land Office, who held
that "a woman wha nukes a home
stead entry and bubBtnuently marries
before completing the lame fifeits
her light ttie:ely to acqaire title to
A C5YICriON QUASHED.
A Dram Beatluft aialvallanlst Dli-
charged From Sentence by Ibe
Tobonto. Out , October 23. A de
cision was pivn in an interesting ensa
here yes'erday by Chief Justice Wil
son in the Court of Appeals which
will silence all disputes- about the le
gality of the Solvation Army to beat
drums in the streets, and to relieve
that body of much persecution in the
courts. George Martin, a Salvation
Army soldier, wai sent to j -ill for tn
days by a Judge in Lakefield, Ont, far
disturbing the inbubi'anls by beating
drams on the st ee's on Sunday con'
trnry to a municipili'y by'aw. The
Umel Justice, id q n s'Mg trie convic
tion of the Lakefleld Juc'ge, quo'ed
Edmund Buike, eliow rg tuat while
ringing a fire he!l at midnight dis
turbed the people, it W'.s to save them
from possiai'e detraction by being
burned to death. It was not shown
in the evidence aga net Martin that
bo was not beating tbo drum for the
spiritual good of the inhabitants. The
conviction of Martin was quashed.
A PUBLIC LIBUAKY NEEDED.
8aen An Infatuation Wonld Be a
Great Help to lhe Rtutfenta
la tbe Schools.
To the BdiUreef the Appeal:
I read in the Apfeal of the 17th,
a communication, "A Public Library
Keeded." Knowing the need of a
public library as weii as I do, I heart
ily indorse what is Btid in the com
munication. There is riot a city of
the sir.) of Memphip, to my kuowl
edge, in the Unit d States that hes not
one, andj even baif the sir j; for in
stance, Peeria, 111 , with less tban
30,000 inhabitants, I am informed, has
a library of 10:1,0(10 volumes. Mem
phis with her 75,000 inhabitants, and
a standing proposition from that
noble hearted gentleman, Mr. Nash,
to furnish $25,00J worth of books if
Memphis will lurnitk a suitable build
ing to put them in, is without one.
And, sgnin, Sanatnr Harris, throngh
Congres?, secured the donation of a lot
on Jeffereon street for the benefit of a
public library, piovided it be used
within three years for that purpose ;
otherwise, at the eip' ration of the
three years, which expited on the 23d
day of December, 1885, it was to go to
the public schoo's. T ie public schools
of the city got it. While it could not
have gone to a bctt tr purpose, I sim
ply sUte these facta t) show how little
interest our moneyed men take in
matters of so great importance.
Bellgloaa Rervlcen Pemoaala
James Phelaa and Each. Taylor.
IcoimwonDixoi or thi appbal.1
Lagranoh, Tinn., October 23.
There was a protiactid service at
Grand Junction last week, at which
your corre'pondpnt was present, A
crowd f rom Lavrarge wns prts; nt one
night, among whom were MifSrB May
Alien, Magaie Firth and B -otli Tucker,
gems of young Indies in bodyaod
mind, whose bright faces we alwavs
miss; also the amiable Ohiietiati lady,
Mra. W. G.iy, of your city, who is
visiting our town.
ii. John Cowan was in town Sunday.
Mits F. Slaughter, of G and Junc
tion, the cha-mirg little teacher from
Prof. McDaniels's Institute, spent a
few boura in our town Sunday.
Mrs. Dr. Jones, Mr-. Capt. Han
cock and Ma I la Jones were in
Grand Junction Wednesday,
CoL Wm. Sandford spoke here yes
terday on the State issues. His im-
Eression was noble and elevating and
e is an honor to tbe S'.ete.
Will Mayo and bis sister, Miss Min
nie, are visiting Mrs. Log:n Anderson.
Miss May Hancock is visiting at
The Hon. James Phelan and the
Hon. Zacb. Taylor did not give us tbe
benefit of their joint discussion Mon
day, as the Hon. James Phrlan, our
Democratic nominee fur Congress,
failed to make connection. All .about
it i". we mis-ed a treat.
John A. Ktinscn, of Grand Junction,
will lecture at the Baptist Church on
prohibition. We bespeak fir him a
laree crowd, for he talks wetl.
Tom Eeaiiey has returned from All'
A CALL ON THE POLICE
Or CHICAGO TO WORK FOB THE
Of tbo Aaarcblai Candidate for Of.
flee What Their lneu Would
Brine About of Bain.
Chicago, III , Oatober 23. A copy
of the following circular was yester
day sent to every member of the po
lice force, and probably bad a still
wider circulation. I's authorship is
as yet unknown, and its ebjact is un
Cmoioo, III., October 22, 1886.
To My Brother Offieera;
The 4th of May seems to have been
forgotten by some of tbe office seeker.
The red handed anarchist is about to
show his po'.it;cal strength, and t'y to
accomplisn with the ballot what be
could not secure with the bomb.
Have nnr ceven c.mrailcs died in
vain? Will a score or more of our
brother tfTicers go through life on
crutches for nothing? No. Let us
show thoEe red devils tlat the men
who stood before their bombs and
bullets will again show a solid front
and drive them fiom the fild with
the ballot. Bat you ak, What are we
to do? Go to the polls the 2d day of
November and cast your votes egnnet
every candidate who has sought for
or accepted a nomination at their
hsnde. Ask your friends tj do the
tame, and if we succeed our victory
w.ll bo complete. The 4th of May
crowned w.th the 2d of November.
Lst os forget party be ' neither Dem
ocrats nor Kepublicans. Let us be in
tbe future as in tbe past anti-anarchists
and let us take good care that
af f r November among our honored
judges the names of Anthony, Ha we s,
Altgeld, ;J4"uie8on, and, above all.
Prendergst, who has been deeignated
by the Arbeiter Zeitung as "Our Judge,"
and who has ever been and is now
the special pet of Spies & Co., do nut
appear. We, as ci'izer s, cannot afford
to have one or more of our judges
elected bv anarchists. As police offi
ceis we should never be forced to try
our cases before a judge who owes
bis poai ion to the murderers of
onr brother officer?. If this meets
with your approval let each one ap
point himself a committee of one, see
our neighbors and fiiends and aek
them to help us, and by helping us to
help themselves. We are a thousand
etron?. Let ns pull together and an
archy ia doomed. Yours,
This circular la supplemented with
the letters of the Republican and Dem
ocratic nominees, who accepted the
nominations at the hands of the so
In tbe Offieeor the Sixth Auditor at
Wabhikotok, October 23. Tbe
Sixth Auditor's office was the scene of
a sensational suicide today. Robert
W, Alston, a clerk in that branch
of the government service, alter
cooly announcing- to the chief of
division that ''He was going to put an
end to this thing," walked to bis deek,
took a thirty-eifctht calibre revolver
from bis pocket aad, in the presence
of his fdllow clerk?, seat a ball clash
ing through his brain. The pbtol
was placed so nf ar his head that the
hair was sioged and the skull shat
tered. The unfortunate man lived
but fortv-five minutes after the fatal
shot bad been fired. Nervous deprrs
tinn is raid to have led to the act. He
was the son of Col. Bob Alston, of
Death of an Old and Hlxhljr He
peeled I'll! BCD.
ISPIOIAL TO THI ArriAL.I
CoLUMnui, Mies , Octobir 23. Mr.
Wm. B. Winct'm, one of the oldest
and most highly respected ci'izens of
Columbus, died last night after an ill
ness of two weeks. He was buried
this evening. Mr. Winston came to
Columbus when quite a young man,
and has lived here for more than fifty
years. His father was cashier of tbe
old Planters' Bauk of Columbus, forty
Probable OTntder The Body or a
Negro Woman round la
IsrtCIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I
Bellbvuk, Miss., October 23. A
negro woman was foand dead, half
concealed by the brush, near Winn's
etore, on theHushpuckena, yesterday.
Her face wjs badly disfigured, almost
beyond recognition, by being burnt,
it is auppoE ed by her murderer. Her
buabind was arrested, with a strong
esse against him. sax.
Sudden Death of Judge Christian,
IsricuL to tm afpial.I
G. J. Christian, auother of Jaikjon's
old landmarks, died suddenly of a
eongeetive chill, at his borne in this
nit.v. nt 9, nVtnp.hr thla mnpr.inn ITa
was a member of the hardware firm
nf V IT Amlunnn Ar Cr ... . l n
business man and a highly esteemed
vnrisuaa gentleman, tie nad been a
nltiKpn nf .Tarknnn fnrf cttima naan
and was in his 63th year at the time
of bis death. In bis death Jackson
feels that the has sustained a consid
e able loss. He leaves a wife, but no
The Colored Agi-lonM nrnl and He-
cnamcai f air.
SPECIAL TO TBi APFIAL.l
Gibson County Colored Agricultural
,1 n : i . . - ...
u i iuctuuici Atni'c a ion is noioirg
its first snnnal fair at this place this
week. Their exhibitions are a credit
tn the colorfd nennlci rt tVita .nuniv
and goes to prove that they sre not
ii nu uuv uyj umy ufon eio'pirg.
We propose three tleer fnr ilia nrd.
VERY DISASTROUS FIRES.
OYER FIFTY BUILDING? BURNED
AT FARXINUION. ME.
The Loss Estimated at $300,000-
Paper Mill aad (Glassworks Be
elrojd A Brave Dog.
Fabminoton, Ma., O. tiber 3 Frl
day afternoon Sandy River railroad
men woik.ng on t ie side cf the track
discovered a hie in the bam of J. i
Stoyell. The fire was tupposed to be
extinguished at 4 o'clock, but tbe
wind had taken Bperks to difiVrent
points, seven d neient rrofs being on
fire at one time, and in a f iw momenta
all Albert S fny a buil 'ire and V it'
liam Tar hoi's w ra ahh r and Hunt
ress & Boardman's buildings next
caught and were dts'royed. At tbe
same time tne large (Jrgin llouBe, on
Plea-ant street, wai bound. Tlie fire
stopped here in its northward move
ment and leaped r cross tne street to
the county jail. The tr'Boneis were
turned loo e. From the ha I the fire
was communira ed to the Hotel Mar
ble. It was now nenr'y midnight.and
tbe panic was widespread. The en
tire village seemed to be oa fire.
Sparks flew in ell directiot s The fire
leaped to the north of Main s'reet( de
stroying houses and other builcings
ia its path. While thae fires to tie
norlh of the Ho el Marble were raging
the desolation spread t" the foutb,
carrying in enccjision B.'nl's brick
block of stores, Knowl.'ou's B'ock and
three stores, and the People's Tmst
Company's buitding, on Main street.
At tne same time cn Broadway, the
Pjfctoiflre, Perkins B ock, Arcade
Block and S oyel 's residence were
swept away. Siinult.me.udy the old
county building was burned. Then
fell five brick etores. The Exchange
Hot-1, on .V a n street, next caught aud
wits soon swept out of sight. Up to
this point the fire had been consigned
to the wefct o! Maiastrett. Hero it
leaped over to tbe east, and upon the
eteeple of the Baptist Camch a tongue
of flames was seen. A moat heroic
effort was made to cave this edifice
Fifty yonng ladies from the Normal
School formed a bucket brigade and
d:d their beet to Sii the chu'ch, but
the fire was agtin lhe victor. It was
now abont 2:30 a.m. and the fire had
about spent itself on the north, but
continued for come time to burn
fiercely on the snu b. The following
buildings were burned: Ttiiny-'.bree
dwelling houees, ninct jen s ores, three
churches a'-d two newspaper oflieee.
The loss is estinnttd at $300,000. The
insurance is small.
A Brave Dos; Crushed to Death.
Chasb, Mich.. October 23. Wednes
day afiernoon Wi son Cong's residence
burned. Mrs. Cone anl her babe
were in tbe house. Ibe family dog
ran into tbe building, caujbt tbe
child in iti teeth and carried it out in
fafety. The intelligent animal ttien
returned and located Mrs. Cone, who
was ly rig unconsciuus in one corner
of the room, and she was carried out.
On leaving the building the dng wafl
crushed to death by a falling chimney.
Chicago, III., October 23. The Chi
cago Glaes Maonlacu'iog Works, at
Fortieth tt eet and Weutworth ave
nue, wero burned today. Lobs, $50,
000; insurance, $30,000. The com
pany employed gts to rnn their ma
chinery and a tank of gas exploded,
causing the ignition of the main bu ld
ing. Heavy Loss by the Bnrnlnc of a Pa
Montbeal, October 23. The Spring
vale mill, at Richmond Mills, Quebe",
owned by the Canadian Pcifio Kail
road Company, waa destroyed by fire
on Thursday night. The less is es i
ma'ed at $170,000; insured for the lu 1
amount, in the Mnluil Union Ioaur
anre Company, of New York. The
building was fi ted up with modern
machinery (which cost over $100,000)
for manufacturing six tons of the
finest data of paper per day.
HELENA'S FAIR CLOSED.
Saccraaful Beyond Expectation!
A Memphis Horse I.oam
ISrilUL TO TBI APPI1L.I
Hhlkna, Amc , October 23. The
attendance at the fair was nearly ai
lsri:e today as that of yesterday, and
the spoit in every respect better. The
race of the day was the mile and a
quaiterdash between Brackett'ti Pea
cock and Gattina's Wild Kansas.
Peacock sold as the favoiite, the odds
being 2 to 1 in his favor. They got a
good etart, Peacock leading by a
leng'h for tbe fi'ft half mile, as which
point Wild Kans s bp gnu to creep np
on him, and by the time the quarter
stretch wa3 reach d on the home run
they were neck and neck, when Wild
Kaueas ehoved Lis noee ahead
of Peacock and came under
the string half a length ahead. Tbe
result of tbe race was a big surnris-t to
the MemphiaDB, who had backed Pea
cock for everything they could get.
The second race was a quarter mile
dash between Grey Dick and Cow
Girl, Cow Girl winning the race by
A great number of premiums were
awaided today, the most prominent
being that of cotton, Harry Hutchi
son securing the first premium, Call
cott Bros, the second, and J. B. Stubs
tbe third. The fair closed this evon
ing, and its success es a financial in
vestment ia beyond the most sanguine
expectations of the officials.
THE MASON COTTON HARVESTER.
Report Ipon Its Herlla by
Chaileaton Cotton Exchange
Chablkston, S. C, October 23. A
special committee of the Cbarleeton
Cotton Excharge who witnessed the
field. trial of the Mason cotton har
vester last week, reported that they
were agreeably surprised at the
amount of work accomplished by the
machine and believe that the princi
ple embodied in its construction is
correct; that the cotton picked wa? of
fully averaze quality and more free
from leaf tban much of the cotton
now being marketed. The committee
think the machine requires develop
ment and further adaptation to make
it a complete success, as there was
wastage in picking and too much of
the cotton left unpicked after the pas
snge of the machine. The committee
also ssy that tbe damage to tbe cuttoo
plant was of little consequence as com
pa ed with the results obtained.
The Binneappolla Strike Ended,
Minneapolis, Minn., October 23.
While the switchmen's strike is not
entirely ended, tbe railroads havo
ceased to he set ioii"ly troubled, and
switching is being done in nearly all
the yards. Many of tbe old men have
a!r;iady been ta en back by the roids,
and it is UFdi'rstood that more
will be reinstate at once. No
STinus intimidation has been
attempted in the lest twenty-four
hours. Work baa been almost en
tirely returned in the mills. The
coopers of the city were greatly en
couraged this morning to learn from
their Contract Committee that every
shop in the city bat one had agreed to
ray the 15 cents aked. I is probable
that the shops will al (tare up next
THE STATUE OF LIBERTY
SIT CP IX BIDLOWI IfiLftXD,
Nearly Ready for tbo Work or (Tn
' velllMK ThnrdT Hext,
W hich Will Be a Holiday.
Nbw York, October 23. A (era
poiaiy veil wes thrown anoss '.he Lice
of the statue of Liberty s e day, and
the face will be kept from view until
the t er.'monies on October 28th. The
piece of canvas covering the b attires
appears like a small hinuken hief, but
in reality it is more thai.'Ofo.t long
by 17 in bight. Tbe can v. us will
be replared in a fw dajB by a large
French fi g. It will be drawn aside
for a few moments when M. Barth ldi
passes the great statue on Lis arrival
The iron 6taircar.e which winds
through the pedes' al ia completed.
Wednesday a force of men were buy
fitting the alasi p!ate3 into the
aperiures ia the torch t ircugh which
the electric lights will sl.ine. The
cases for the lefitictora and lunipi at
the anglis of the parpets which will
illuminate tbe etatu-t are ne3r!y
finished. Tbe electric linht wires
Lave been strung along the foitli:.
ticne, and the long cable connecting
the bitteriej with the lamps in the
torch will be put iu at once. Com
mander O. U. Lutger s, tirand Mar
shal Grand Army Republic, city of
New York, will be Marshal of the
Giand Army Republic co'ps in the
Earade. Lieutenant Colonel Gourande,
ieu'. Wm. F. Maher atd Capt. Chas.
H. McKecz e, United S a ea Volun
teers, are announced as aids.
The mayor Will ieruea proclamation
asking that all business be tsu-pendod
on that day, and that tho o living or
doing busineas along ther.:u'eof the
1arade decorate and illuminate their
mildinga. A cjntr.ct icr the pyro
technic display Lai baen awarded.
The displays will be made at the City
Hall aad the Battery. Prtsident
Nooney appointed Aldermen Mooney
and Morgana committ-e tf two to
wait on Gen. Stone and the prjprietor
of the World and harm in ?.o the ar
rangements for the day and n ght.
Toe failure of Cjngre s to provide for
a fi ting display ot fireworks on the
eveniiig ol October 28tti, aftnr the
dedication cf the statue i f L berty,
gave ri e to a general feeling ot rvgnt
among those who have been ai x r ue
to see the cjre monies of the unveiling
attended with proper demenetratiou.
When it became known that the ap
propriation of $56,000 made by Con
gress would be ent.rely c meumed in
completing the work of the grtat
statue Mr. Henry Clews and a great
number of prominent citizens of New
York agreed to supply the money
nec;esary fcr a giand pyrotechnic
dieplay, provided it ehcu'd be
given by II. J. Pain, of New Yorr,
and nnder the direction of the liorM.
Mr. Pain waa epsken to in relat on t j
the matter and promised to double
whatever sum was raised by the
iriendsof the statue, and sive a pro
gramme that would fuily realize their
expectations. Mr. C'ewa f t once took
the matter in hand, and ye t rday sent
a letter to tbe noria in wnica ne in-clo-ed
a libt of generous and patriotic
citizen who had contiitmttd a sum
sufficient ta give a pyrott clinic display
that will euipass any previous illumi
nation witneFset in tins country.
Inclosed in Mr. Clews'a let'er were tbe
personal I checks rf E. B Harpe r, Ro--well
P. F.ower, Cue er & Hewitt, D
Will's, James Cash, Levi P. Morton,
W. K. Connor & Co.. Cyrus W. Field,
8. V. White, Tiffany & Co., Jos. W.
Drexel.O.N.Bllis, Wm. R;ckaf,ller,
Wm. If. Webb and Wnurber W. Hy
!and A Co.
I do not bclli'vo that
Aycr'a Sin:ipiii'illii litis
an cqmil ih ii rcmcily
for Scrofulous JIm
mors. It ia plenMint
to take, fives utrcnglb
and vi(riir to the Unly,
and prodiKTK a more
pcrniniH Mt, lustiuc, ro
suit thiin iiny medicine
I ever nsftd. K.
LtuliiCH, No. l.lmlnlc,0.
I Iinvn used Ayor'a
Sai snpai'illii.ln my 'fam
ily, for Siiofiila, mid
know, if It is taken
faithfully, U will
this ten ilili" dineatie.
W- t l owler, M. V.,
For fuily years 1
have suffered with Kry
lueliia. I have tried
all sorts of mnedkl
for my eoinplaint, hut
found no relief until I
After diking tea hot.
tlea of this medicine
am completely cured.
Mary t'. Aiueabury,
I hnve iiuffered, fof
years, from Catarrli,
which waa o aevere
that It UeKtroyed my
appetite mid weakened
my lystcin. Aftrtry.
ing oilier rciean',
begun, to take Ayer's
Saraaparilla, and, In a
few month, win curwl,
Rimnn L. Cook, 808
Alhany nt-. Uoton
Is aupenor to any blood
pnriUcr tlmt 1 have
ever tried. I havt
taken It for Scrofula,
Canker, and Halt.
Itheuni, end received
niueh benefit from It.
It la good, also, for a
weak atoiiiacb. Mllllo
Jane I'eiree, bouth
Pnparcd by Dr. J. O. Ayr Jt Co., towell, Mua.
I'rlce ! aU botlUn,
Orrin or "Eijkday Ti.or,"1
Atlanta, a., 0:t. , ia0. J
Dn. Mojt.av Allow me to thank too mot
kindly for the bottleof Lrmmi Kluir. I am
not much of a b lierar in mcil'eine, but he
lm overtaxed by exnenaivo offl " work, I
oonctuded ti try your Lemen Elixir, It
proved all and more than yu cHlmed for It.
It "t like a charm on the liver, atomaeh
and bowels, aives a cheek to nervousness,
end produces what 1 eravd most, namely,
i'cant and refreshing rest al niuht. I nor
ditlly recoinmea 1 your reui'dv as a doiiuht
I u 1 tonic iu til cases ol indivestioB, billloui
nesi and neryous prot'rati' n.
(.'HAULM T. IiO'JAN,
Editnrand Proprietor "Sunday Teleeratn.
t-old by druifisis. r,0 cents and II. 0U per
bottle. Prepared by U. Muiley, M.U.. At
OCTOBER 24, 1886.
4 1 FLAVORS
Trvparrd with sf Hrt mnn1 1 PaHtT. Rttvneth and
Hcaltlifiilne'. lr. PrUf'B Hittiinii l'oJer contAinj
no AmimtiliiJ.nAiimor lJti.-itit. Ir. Irt-r
LxU AoUt Vaiull. Luittout etc., Hktot deluUoiuljr
PRICE MAKING POWDCR CO Chlemjo or ft JJlofe
DEAN & LILLY
( offee Roasters,
AND DBALEK8 IN
05 Main St. (Lee Block)
PLEASANT TO THE n ut
W GREAT BLOOD FiilFGH
For Dyeprpeln,all derang:aieiita
ol the Dlg-eatlTe Orjinni aud Ibo
JLIver,SkJii Dleoaaei, ( u(e, Uurna,
Bcalda and Hrnlaea, ACID IIION
EARTH la a apeelflc
Rbeanaallam, malarial Dlaor
dera, Chronic Dlarrlma and oh
adnata eaaea of Blood Polaonlnff,
yield without fall to I la wonder
fnl oearaUTo Bower.
A oh toe Iron fffclrt, (o ho bad
f all dealers at seal, foeiaaad,
bom tho A. I. K. Co., nahlla, Ala,
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DItUQQISTS. ,
At Wholesale bj TAV TLKET& !0.
Ally UHiiitwl hy adiiwnloitHl cotiditinii of tl LI V t R
ll'nr nil o)tnil(iiuU (if VUfrt kiud, nuolt mi TiirniUity uf
tbs Lwor, lliUotumdrM, Nwrvwin 1tifuiiiih IikIikm-
Uh, irrt'iriiliirily til Uie How!, JoonimUn. Fltu
Iftuoy, KrjcUli'ui and huratug uf tlia fetouiacU
(wtm tiinfl cnIIihI lltiurtbuni), Milium, Miliaria,
thxftjy Flui. OLiiIIh aud Kavw, liiMaklbKiiia Fvvnr,
KihauHtitrii lns(m r evfUir fTtvn, Onrovio lur
rtwua, Um at Airrttiax HatulacjMf, Fuol HitwttU,
ha.ni.tet Miu (intiiitliiKluil Initfa A waiV. X'lidW tlllK).
to a ruddy, huaJiliy color. It cniiy rerunvtw hvr,
Kl iomy npintJf. It ltf twa d Uim kt AUtrutim
a if I l'uritr thm HlooU,mmd a tntWr
Fur Mile by ill UnunMa. Prtoe a I. OO per buttlo.
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 SO. FRONT ST., Phlladelph.a, Pa.
Question la engaging oar acrlcnltural eom
munity. Mesari. H. O. OHAItt A CO., Noa.
87 aid 8 Union etreet, Memphla, Tenn.,
dally In receipt ef
rcporte on growth Is dlverelted eropplnr
torn, oata, wheat, rye, barley, oereabi, and
orobard, herds, elover, tall meadow oat
traaa and timothy graai
All cur wornont aedie landi may be re
claimed by lowlnr rye and elover an thea in
fall er sarin, or lowinf oow-aeHi la May,
June or July, then tura ander, and
Improve tbe land.
It. U.C'JtAIG A CO.,
Arrleultura Iapleaieata and Bead Peelera,
TJ. B. KaatNHR Opptne,')
2K0 front atrrnt, V
Memphla, Tenn., October 9, 18W.J
S HALED riKJl'OHALS In triplicate, sub
ject to the usubI oondltlons, will be re
ceived al tins office unlit noon of October iM,
1K-A, to be then and there publicly opened,
fir the furnishing of all neoi-asary uiatoriul
nad lubor, and leyiuf ol about 8U0 squares oi
HpeciBcatlnna and blank forma fnr rrnpo
lals can be hist on application at this othce.
The (orernuient reserves lhe rialit to wuive
defeota and to reject anv or all bids.
B.MI 111 8 LKACn,
Captsln nf Enniiieir-, U. H. Army.
Planta'inn of A. La A Co. on Inland .14
for division o' an eaUte. It contains ahonl
2.MMI acrea of rich bottom land ; about H'JA
a oes in cultlveton; several hundred acres
above any overflow. Can be made ont
of the finest atnek farms, eompietelv sur
rounded by wa'er, which prevents the es
cape of st,ick. Alao, about lot) Ueid ol Cuttle,
which are in Due eond.tion. Including seve
ral hhnrt-horn Durham Hulls, Cows and
A. LKA A CO . FulUii, Tenn.,
Ii o, 'Mi Front itreet, Memphis, Tenn.
A NATURAL TONIC
rAatt aroa Karlh.
CSS yE J NOT AT
Jrreiruiir.lHMI iuuiiaadH tw j-rrjiawi, ocnrn
ilown l'tiitiH, Bv hiicLia, A., Ac. T ADICfcR'b
AUR AN r II w Invaluffhlf 11 not pMwitt
i v an tiisiia-ivi,bui nill CURE nil UlNftnaea ot
the LIVft. STOMACH auil BOWELoi It
OP MEMPHIS A SAFE DEPOSIT, TRUST CO.-AND
Ko. 4i M lUlMO.V NTKKirr, StlCMPJllM, TiiMV. 7
B. Dl DLF.Y FR4YM R,Preldea. W. a. Hll liFHsnX, Tlro-Preealdeat,
M. J. UL.AIU, C'aahlvr. H M. H UKIKIIMU, Teller.
VT. D. BKTHBL. J. R. OOTWIN.
D. BKTHBL. J R. rtOnWIN. ft. P READ. W. N. WILKKR30N,
Dtl.UAI.LKN, JNO nVRHTON. Jr.. W. p. TAYLOR. R. B. fNOWDK1,
I. . McUOWtLL, R UllDLMK PftAVflck, W a. A. W I LM A MSON, R.J. BLACK.
SAVIKCiN ttHVKi IALLY NOLICITEU.
THI8 INSTITUTION 18 AUTUORIZEDUNl)EK THE LAWS OPTBNNESSBKj
To do General Banxlnr PualReae. Dltcouat Pi or, etc. To Buy and Sell Htocks, Bond anl
Local beearitiee. Xo Receive Uepeeile and pay IN IKllKSr thereon. To Invest in Hecuritioi
for hstatea. Minora, rru.teee, and oihera. To act aa Trustee. Administrator. Exooutor or
Uuardian, same aa an IniiividniU. To act aa Kecciver for Corporations, l,it:tnts, and la
f, of ?ru,,V. 'nUuy.tnd all Kaohange. Also, have a tt Deposit Vault, wherela
Valuables of all hlnd-i esn be safely lept. A Depository ot the Stnte of Tennessee.
asrpeoTa' sn.'Hm 1'rtltl to t;ol1eitinns.
OUT FALL MIEfll
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1886.
Fonr anil l ive ItiMw I'ikU Day.
KlcepltxliitMOM aud llimlle ItaccH.
Many orthel'asttcst IIorrscH In Aiuerlcn will piirdciimtc.
llnccH roiMiiu'Hcc itt 3:'i o'clock p.m.
ll il.K KiTl'.W on all llallronrU nml Mcnmhonte.
iutual Life Insurance Co.
Or NEW YORK.
KICIIAltO A. WC'liKIaY, l'rcHldoii.
Tbe Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company In the World,
OFFICE NO. 2 COTTON EXCIL1NGE
JOHN F. WILKERSOsV, Azont.
Steam Engines, Uoilers and Tank Work, Cotton 01ns, Cottoi
nmses, noou ruueys, dialling, Agricultural
and Plantation Work,
AND DEALERS IN
a-W have, the LAROESt WORKS af the kind In lhe United fltatea. and will Beet
pi ices for same quality of work, bond for Catalogue, l'rioe-Lisl
pd Testimonials. -
7eilltlliN, - sa
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Front Street, Comer ot Monroe, Memphla, Tann.
Confections, Glaccs, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Cream Don Dons, Fine French Handmade Cream i and
Don Dons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Tor can Ind these ceoda " AT RUTAIL," In any quantities, at
The Peters & Sawrle Co.'s ltctail Establishment,
IV. IS J ircrNon Mrcel.OppoalloTlioIr I'a?ory.
These are tbe flnost Confootiona that the Memphla Pabllo have ever had the opportunity
to n archn.e.
MSrTrw rir "rVw f'rcitm
E. L. McOOWAN.
Wholenalo Grocers and Cotton Facton
And Dealer" In Levee and Itallroart Nnpplle",
No. 874 Front IStreet Memphis. Tennessee
T.B.NIM, I'rra'l, CIKO. AIINOLD, V.-Prea't. W. II. UEINIDIT.In'y
CITIZENS INSURANCE CO,
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
IV Conulry Ntorea, Dwelling and (JIuIioiihpm a NpcHnlly.
leap-Loaae Adjintled Prompll-, iiiid Paid at Memphis'.
W. .WILKEK80N, OKO. ARNOLD, J. W. RICUARDSON. T. F. DUVFIM
W. P. ItltNAVANT. T. TI. SIMM. ,inIN AHVISTHD.
(nUCI'KNNOUN TO N. V. l.ltK), JOMItl:ltS V
275 Main Ktreet.Opp. Court Kqnare, 9IeiiiplilH,Teuii.
Z. N. ISTES.
nui' ksob to carcn, no am e co.
Vlolesale Grocers and Cottcn Factors
Nog. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street Memphis, Tenn.
WlioIeMile Dealers and I'liblifsliers,
Sole Arenta for tha following Flrst-Claaa Inatrumentat
STEHsTWA-Y and IvIST-ABE
PIIIHOJI.-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelcck.
OltGANM Clough & Warren, and Smith American.
ar A NEW 7-OCTAVK PIANO FOB H'f.
Writo for CataloRue;. Ko. 831 nud 3 Second Streel, Mcniput
I VI Hi: T FAI U OX RKPOMI f
rwrronnge Kw.QBCtlmlf K.lirited."fl
I .oaf MlellclonM."-1r
J. 8. MoTIQUIC. W. . P ATT ESQ H.
W. B. DOAH.
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