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THE JAtlOm CiPlTAL.
THE OJE HUXDKEI) AM) FORTT
FOUISTH BOM) TALL.
Tke Holy on Iron Ore Of a. Micrl
danDl ajiiiruvt a Hie Finding
of a Ciinrt-Martlul.
Washington. OeioW 29. A ro?t
of&i'O in Dakota wb today earned af
ter the ntu'ptor liartliolJi.
Tha President held bis ustiisl after
Boon rccpp'ii n t diiy and shook l auds
with a'iout4UJ pirtnrs, including a
larpe dclepUion lioui the convent, oa
( the Conduct in Insurance Asoc;
tiou of the United States and Canada,
now in eevion in Baltimore.,
Col. Lamont (aid ted ay in rOHponee
to a 14 inqu ry on the subject that it
was not likely that the Pieaidt-nt
would go (o BufTa'o to rote at the No
Seeretnr- MudbIhi at Hie Pont.
Washington, OclobBr29. S?cietary
Mam.u g assumf d actual control of
the Trvrsury Dflpartrafn't ic'uy fur the
flirt time ince he was taken sick, and
eifioed all the mail mjuirirg ti e Big
na'.ure of the Secretary. Ila did net
wrilw his Bianaturo cn the T.easnry
let'.rrw, etc,hut Ufed a at -imp con'ain
ir.g a facsimile of UU eignaiure. The
Atmey (ieiior.O gavnan opinion tha'
there waa no legal olj.ciion to the u-w
of bulIi a gt ,mp.
From Hiidaon liny.
"WA'-ni.NtiTON, Oulober 211. Tli State
Department hai reoire.l inMliiiiiiice
from tbo Doited 8ts.t ;h Cnibul at
C)iar!o!tttown of tha arrival at ilat
port, rn the lHh inn tun t. of the
Puminion eteatner Ait rt Tuin vtgso
is to aid in oiiening winter conini'itii
Cation between Prince Kd wards lilaiiil
and the ma'n'and. 8incn 1 er return
from the Greely ro'ief pipidition,
the Alert has been engaged in cruiser
daty in Hn 'eon bay, tutting the navi
gability of tiiose wa:era in connection
wi'h i ha project of cjnnertina Tin
nippg by mil ni:h Foit Churchill on
the west coant of the buy. Frank
Pitt Payne, an ol server, who waa at
Cupe J'rin e of Wale, on the Roath
bore of Itudion'a atrait, lrm June,
18.K6, to 8jp'pinber, 1SMI, reports tf'at
the solid ice came early in Oc
tober fr. m dawn Fox channel,
blown by the prevailing north
westerly winds, and the strait
does not open till Jul v. M-. Taynn
ana.de In'.i notes of th tlort and fauna
of the regioa. Lieut. Gordon in his
report aavs the walrus hnntagand
Whale aad porpoise tisiiing are capaMe
of great utenaion and are profitable
pmanits. At the present time there
are only two American h -tiers known
to frequent the bay. Taej make a
rendesvoas at Marble Inland, near the
northweet cotat of the bay, in latitude
3. At that point were found a num
ber of f raves of American seamen and
relics. There can be little navigation
in tbe bay except in the months of
August and September. A geological
exploration of the northwest coaet of
tbe bay and an examination of the
ashing groaoda of the American
whalemen have been proposed.
DupirTM i h ritijiara cauri
Washingtoh, Ojtober 29 The pro
ceediags nf iris court martial con
vened in this city for the trial of (Japt.
William 8. Johnson, United Sta'es
army (retired), have been made pub
lic. Capt. Jolinron was tried upon
charges of duplicating his pay ac
counts, and tbe court martial returned
, a verdict of not guilty. Lieutenant
General Sheridan, who reviewed the
proceeding, set ssi.lo this vordict,
iiowtvtr. in Ins indorsement tie sayn
that the court should have aJmittud
evidence touching the ciiaratiter of
tin sccased. The Lli iitenmit tlenernl
fmtber rays: "That the accused ad
mitted the execution of two seta of
vouchers for hit pay fur the same
month is shown by the record, and
the evidence aio shows that be al
lowed these vouchers to pass beyond
bis control, ao that both were pr sent
ed and paid. While it appears that
the acoBNttd made certain private ar
rangements with the pi-nous holding
bis vouchern, yet the United Htstts
was no party thereto and was in
do manner bound by them, and
although there may have been
cxlenoatiig circumstances and the
overdrawn pay was refunded, it is,
xtevej-thelesB, a fact that the govern
ment was exposed to a fraud for which
Capt. Johnson cannot bo held excusa
ble. The proceedings finding an an-
3mttal in the case of Capt. William 8.
ohnon, United Htates Army, retired,
ar disapproved." The release of the
acca?ed lrom arrest bas been oidered
and tbe court martial discolved. This
action of tbe Lieutenant Unreral in
disapproving tbe Aiming of the court
af quitting tbe accused is said to be al
most without pneedent in the admin
istration of military justice, although
there ran be no doubt as to its legal
ity. The accused t lauds almost in tha
same position be occupied before trial,
although be cannot bs tried Bgain for
tbe same offense.
IIBlr-4 and Forty -Fonrth
ntsa t all,
WiSHiiioToii, October 2U. The Pee
relary of the Treasury tbis afiernoon
issued the mtti call for the redemp
tioQ of bonds. The rail is for 110.000.
000 of bonds of the 3 per cent, loin ol
18b 2, and notice is given that the
principal and accrued interest of the
bonds herein below duriirnated will
be paid at the Treasury of the United
ritau-e, in the ci.'y of vVatbington, on
the 1st dty of Decenibnr, 18SH, and
tha. the intere t on said bonds will
cfaas on tust day, Time percent,
bouds issued undVr the act of Con-
gio.-s approved Joly 12, 1882, and
1'nmbernl a follows: $o0, original
No. i : tlOO, oiigmal No, tilO to crig
inal No t10, bolh inclu-ite; fiMlO,
origical No 1!07 to o-ynal No. S8",
borh intluHive; tlOOO, or'g'ai No.
to orginal No 24, btth inclu
ivej 11(1,000, orgiial No. 32tt to
origirHl No; TA)H, boh inc'usive
toial.SlOOOO.OtX). Ine bonda rfesoiibi'd
abovx are cither bonds of ttie "origi
nal" l-.sup, which have but one serial
number st each 6nd, or "substitute
bonds," which may be tlistinguifihed
by the doable sut of numbers, which
re milked plainly "origiuiil num
bers" and "suirstituts numbers." All
of the bends of thisloan will be railed
by tho crig nal number only. Parties
holding bonds calli d Ly ti'is cinu'sr
can oM tin immediate pnynu iit wiih
ii.tereet t' dale of presentation by re
q'leming the lajjo iu the letter for
warding tho bonds for redemption.
Mjny of the bond! oritii n lv inc'nJtd
in fie above nuinbeie hiva been
t'n.i'urrcd or oxci ang'-'d i ut oth'r
denoniina ions ori "a:ve's," tt.e or g
in d numbers boirg ca: Cdllcd, or have
bt zn reJceij)"!) nniier c rc liur vi IScp
tPinl tr 35, l.sStS, and leaving ou -st..iid
nij the iipparnit aiuotiut above
Tho 1-uly ou Iron Ore.
WsnisGT v, Odober !!. -Asf'sl-ant
Secretary F.tirchild !oJy decided
that in awsaing duy noon iron nra
the weight of the inrpirtsd ore, fftr
bi-ing dried at a temperature of 212
Fahrenheit, aba'l be accepted. Und' r
an opinion of the A'.t mey General,
the basis of dnty t3 bs accepted is
whatever is known to comrueic aa
iron ore, and af er a currful inv stiija
ti ju the department finds, incoming
nine wught of evidence, that tie
iron ore of commercs is ore from
which moisture had bien remov.d bv
drying at -.bo t trperture ol 2125.
Collectoracl tu.tomj have been in-
strncted that entries of p'icr impnrt
lions may ba reliquidated and duties
rtfur.ded, iii accordance with the
abova dtc'sion, where the importers
have complied with the requirements
as io pioitBi, appeal ana suit.
Oprraiiuaa r the tteoloairal nr-
WASHiiiaTON, October 9 In his
report of the operations of the ireoloe-
ical survey doring September, Direc
tor loareu pays that geographical
woik in the West was Rrtatly limited
ey inesinake and htr.e which pre-
vauea. in new .hog and fil.l equare
rnueeoi topigrapny were completod.
While engiged in gnologic work in the
Atlantic divieion, Prof. Shaler diwov
ered a point of much intere t in its
bearing on tbo rattiro of the recent
changes of level of the New Upland
coast. It is that the nvera which
How frcm s jutti to certh have a ireat
aaii.urjvot marauca in the r valleys,
and hardly a train of alluvial terrcss,
while rivtra which run from north to
aoiith are aot bordered with ewamps,
and all have dia he', terraces. He
ollere aa an cip'auatrou the theriry
that the shore ba all been ti t?d np
io vue uortnwKra. tlniH i ai: v dektrov-
iug the drainann of the rivers which
A KKMAUKABLE COJIBAT
UETWHEN Atf AI.I.KUTOR ANI A
KIVER 41II.A MZ1KD
Wltiob the LaKcr t'araea OflT f if
l.iaeljr I Ble.
sir . . y-v i i
vraaiiiNaToif, ucuner zi). a rare
coin mi woa pi ace rnis anernoon in a
building occupied by the Fish Coin-
miaioner lietwi'en two little pets of
iui miiiiBion, wnoss lines have
probably never fonnd tbemrelves in
such close proxira ty since ttie ages of
leatneriefs nirna, winged inptilei and
web-looted quadrnpeds. The agirrei-
or, aad the victor as well, wan the
rnwiy arrived una (pronounced Hela)
mons'er from the Gila river in Ari
i ma, the only Bji 'cieBf lixard whose
bits is known to be poisonous, and the
victim was a two year old alligator
noia Fionua. inn monster is fourteen
inches long and sbont twice the
Width of his anlagoniat. Both reptiles
were in a aem-iurpid condition, Jiav
Ing ceased to take food a wetk or two
ago, aud for some purpose they bad
bten removed from their elass casta
and placed botiJe etch other npon the
stone floer. An attendant inadvert
ent y touched the a legator's tail and
caused hiua to move Bluirirlnhlv on-
waid a fow inches, where he came in
contact with tbe blunt nose of the
monster. Tbe snake eve! of the lat
ter lighted up with a gleam of Sa
tanic inalovolenca, ita l.lu k lips
openeu wkio ana lie jawa c.'osea with
a anap upon the fora paw of the alli-
gitir. The prisoner develonod unex-
pected activity, and, thoueh taken at
a aad dihadvaa age, made for a time a
gallant light lor its liberty and ita life.
Ita movbmnnto wero marvellously
qnica nnu its jaws do ed a dosen
UineB in succiBs-lon upon the mailed
head ol tbe arsailant. It soon, how
ever, became er,annwd, and, moaning
like a flifl'tfrlngl.'hild, it ro'apsed into
quietude, ihe a'tendnuts sought by
various means i reieaee mo wretched
alligator, but were compelled, as may
be supposed) t3 be 'very careful in
handling the venomous monster. lie
waa pe'aed by the tail and held up in
41. a ol. ..lrA k 41. L 1
nnu nil. ihuu uj biio un;nbtrii uecK anu
choked severely, plunged under water
and maltreated In other ways, but to
no rmrnase. Then sham wlma
thrust into bis nof e and II :al!y a larg.i
trowel was forced into his mouth, but
such was tbe force of his grip that the
Btsel blade, though cnnsideiably bent
in tha olfort, failed to release the
Impnaoned paw. Then tbe , pair
were rep'aoed in the glass cbbs which
had bsea occupied by the monster,
and again the allkator renewed ita
straggles, thrashing its enemy with ila
A ! I I t n
urn an u snapping ai it with its jawa,
in iu struutloj it bad dislocated ita
shoulder, and ita imprisoned limb be
came limp and powerless. Ita moan
inga were pitifal, and the atlendanta
wero moved to renewed, and at last
succeeeini, eil rls to effect a sonars
tion. Tha trowel was reintroduced
mio ine monster s mouth with no
very gentle thrusts, and probably ef-
locmu a severe wounu in some tender
part. Bubbles of grayish slime were
exuded from its mouth and nose, and
finally tha j sws slowly opened. Even
then it was a work of several minutes
tt disftigAge tbe booked faun from
the wounded paw. The combatants
were placed in their separate re
ceptacles, the monster lapping his
black lips with his tongue, while the
alligator closed his eves, probably to
uiw vi idi vuuiuu m us Bysiem,
The Laeemaltve Eoa;laeere.
Naw Yohk. October 20. Tha flnn.
Ten tion of the International Brother
hood of Locomotive Kiigineen bave
decided to decline all courtesy invita
tion, aad will devote the remainder
of their aia; in New York atriotly to
businea. Invitations to excursions
nave been received from tbe Dela
ware, Lickawanna ami Western rail
road and the Mew York and New
uavea railroad, linsines of imnor-
tance to the Krothorhood, bat secret.
was done to day. The work of the
Convi-ntion will probably be com-
pititad next Tuesday.
"9mr Baby's riret Tear,"
, ti i i ...
or marion nanana. with other value.
ble information: foHviohtnaire hook.
8ntfroe on receint nf inniiiim.
Address R.wd A Carnrick, MercanUle
KxchanHB Building, New York Olty.
Aas Vnderataadlec Arrived At.
NawYoax, October 20. -The officials
oi me K ectncal Subway Construct on
Company sta'e that an nnderjianiilng
was arrived at today, by which all the
electrical companita agree to put their
wires in the snbway and reaie all op-
takes a large propoiti n of the stock,
una me western Union Telegraph
Comn?ny almoBt as much. vThe other
foiiipmies take iroportional shares of
the oDnipauj'a stock. Particulars are
A fa ry losl a precious charm
To kl l the rosv limn (mm hrm.
Trkwp from t'oH'i decay and diuth,
loswei ten and pur fy t!a breath
This cl arm tlio fa.tv lo,t a mortal
And (Sokoiokt 'tis cilled on earthly
MEMPniS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
BOLTF.K'l WILL C5D0CBT-
EI)LT BE BEAItS.
llie Ucmncrati Dctrrmloed to Elccl
Their Ticket bj the Oil
ISfEOlAL TO THK APFIAL.I
Dtebsdvbo, Tsnn., October 29. Fj-
litical exciiemtut never was higher in
our county than now. All around the
squire in our to wn cna may aee li tle
knots of men gathered, discussing tbe
respect ve cnaucra of tbe vanoas can-
didat-a. Tbe general verdict now is
that the boltere, Fowlkep, Hnrris and
Richardson, will get "awfully left,"
and will receive that rebuke which
their course justly demands. If any
s eaaiact Democrats ever thought ot
going off after tbe disorgin z'is and
olters they have reconsidered the
matter, and, true to tbe instincts and
principles of tbe grand old party,
mey win eiicc to the regular nominees
of the regularly called convention!!,
and will not be induced to give aid
andcomfo t and gratiflcat on to the
Republicans by waging tbolr vota
upon bolters and Independent9, who
sought the nomination tbrouuh Demo-
er uc primar s aud conventiors, and
when fiiiriy defeated, so far loit eight
of Demociacy atd all its pe;:tdi ntj
as to j er in it themselves to b put for
ward is the cbampioi a cf a party
waning an lesiie rot proper y in lUit
canvafs the whisky party prema
turely iigtiiing prohibition, ana ttn v
"raise the hue and civ" that ihe r im-
lar nominees ere Prohibition itts.
hence are rot Democrats; we era anti
ProhibidoniBt1'. hence we eri true
Democrats With a Pardonable de
gree i.f prids, we areg'ad to siy thut
the Dumocrecv of Dver conntv and
f.f this Senatorial and Floater.al D.s-
trict are to dovoted too party ,t io s'ead-
iast in its principle', too anxious for
its success, to be led eff bv such il
logical nrnsi-nso, end nxt Tutedjy
ine usual Democratio mil n y will be
polled for McDjweil, Paiks and Pnr-
ker all honor to the regukr nomi
nees a merited rebuke tjtbe disor-
ganizers of the "rnle or ruin" type.
Democrats, be true to the time hon
ored cut-torn and practice of the uartv.
and rally around thn appointed stand
ard bcarera, the regular nominees.
FIVE BLUFF, ABE.
A Boom la Batlnftta In Every De-
patluient A Killing Front.
looKBiaroitDiNoi or ths arniL.I
Pin BLurr, Ark., October 28. Cot
ton and bueiiieHS in all departments of
trade is on a mighty boom. Uue
thousand bales of coiton were brought
in yesterday, and from the a n trance
this morning ol tbe blockaded streets
mora than that amount will be ou the
market tudiiy. A email lot of the Al
... .. . - -
len variety yederday sold at 11 csnts.
The fimt killing front of tbe season
fe'l thin morning It will have a ben-
tficial effect on burette open the cot
ton bolls and expediting ita harvest
during this beautiful rpell of weather.
It destroys malaria, which the pitt
summer fits wrought unprecedented
sickness and mortality.
Trie ct. Louis, ArkmiRaa aud Texas
railway, since the standard gauge was
laid down, is running rejjulaWy ar.d
doing an immenee tralliu bnninees.
The Hon. C. K. lireckenridiie will go
through line a nam lor uongress.
The fanning and businera commu
nity oi tins section was never in a
more nourishing condition.
Why does not Memphis reek tbis
trade with more earnestness? Atone
time it had It exclusively. A promi
nent jobbing urocery hom remarked
to me today that it got g iod ch eaper
irom Memphis than any other market
THE FBEKCII (JIESTS
Visit tbe Apartments of 111
Niwl OBK.Octjbar 2 The French
gms'8 of the city todiy visited tbe
prtnifnls of the Board of E location
oil the Invitation of William Wood.
pr.Bidontofttiebca'd, M. Brtholdi
ana Msrsbal INapoleoa Key alone le-
maining behind at the Hoflman
House, where they ipent most of the
day clu'tiiiK wiih casual callers la
the lobby. Anion the callers were
Judge Daly and Secretary Graviot
WSSllDUrne. of tha Grand ftannnil
American Inhibition of London. In.
numerable letters askinn for thn an t.n i
KrapiiB oi one or more ol the distill-
.... i . 1. A .1 7 1 a .
gmruru i-rHuviimen nsve Deen re
ceived. Most of the requests are for
me autographs of M. de Lessens or M.
itartnoiai, with the honors about
evenlj divided. Other letters, con-
tuu.uK uouiui or pieas lor atd, were
also received. All this correspondence
tuna iidu tna waera mnnr haairai
rnnc napoleon saw the parade yes
terday from his window at the Fiftb
Aveune Hotel, and todav. like all the
iTOi, ui ine oays, ne has remained
t M i. . i . I ' . :
cioaeiy in nis room, seeing no callers.
That Defy all Otaer Keraedlee Speed.
HX urea tj rutlrnra.
i Itehini aad
i A liurnlna hkin TminM, i...l.
and eery species of IUihin
Pimply, Inherited, Horofuloua and
siena Diseases . of the Blood, Bk.n and foalp,
with Lois of Uair. fmm .r.. i . -u -
ire rnsitlrely cured hwflninn. tu. -T.I
Hkin Cure, and Cm leva a (Soar, an exquisite
vwmiHtii! esiernaur. ana i:nTiniT.A
,, - -"-. IlilOl-
""'"'H WITH S)ORE.
I hare been afflicted since last Maroh it,
a bkin disesse the doctors called Kcaema.
U7,fX?'uV- wiih scabs and sores,
and the itobintand burning wera almost un
aearsble. beoin. vnur Ci x, ...... u
sp highly recommended, ooncluded to aive
them a trial, usins the (:Tioea4 and Coti-
na ly. for lour moniha. I null n,...ii ..... i
v.xiuiiiv.inn n OlOLtllf Inf.r.
in tratilyde for which f make this imbiie
statement. Mag, CLAKA A. fttKnHllHir
NT A LP, rACIt, KAR AND RECK.
Face. Rare and Neok. which ..V.?'
where I sot lour remedi ea, preaonnftAd nn.
viisai UBi onma ntldae hla
HaaaDiia. and alter Dr. days' ... my ao."
and nart oi my face were entirely cured, and
1 hope in another week to hare my ears,
neck, and tha nth.p n.t .. . '
, ' , , . oureu
lit tliau DISlEAaEH t UKFD.
Cotiooea stands at tbe head of lu elans,
siolall? is this the case wiih tk. ,.
8o4p. 11 are had an unuauall ..i. i.i.
Ilea In tbe oountry. in which the Odticpsa
. n. u a 1UUUU, Druggist.
Are sold by all drulft. Prioei CrrroraA.
ri niti: Kkholvsnt. ) mi. k....
OTTRB Dal'tt AHD Cmui-.i iv. n......
Send for " How to Cure Skin l)iieaes." '
L-" u uaina theCiTii uHi four.
(WT' S .. A1chll",SljM "BBok, flip and
VifJU !vlJy 1 nil.., Kheumatio. Scia
ic, Nr..r,.1,il,,sl,r,, d.hoot ng
I .i,,,., r. H v.d In ... uiiantc by the
tl .rr A. I I'-In f.-.trr. oTnuot
tail. At .irna.iitu, 2S cenls Poll. r Dm.
aud Chemical Co., llo Wn, Ma. ' PfU
Every third person you meet ia troubled
more or les with liifioriMieira, roid don't
know bow to pet rid of it. Tho
are cabily recorded. A hick of eiifiic-ient
c-xeri'ine, eating too nnich ly persons of
Bcdcnt.-ny bal.iis, ir.dulsonce in tio rii h
food where an exceuive 'jii:i:iti!y is ." .t
taken, n slugitU torpid liver whero the
blooel doca not do iu duty, and Lilo i
allowed toa'.'Ciuniil:itu; tli'r-.o c::;;eu the
whites of the eyes to turn yullow, thotkin
to look thick and course, and thi com
plexion yellow or dark. These cro mire
indications of bilinr-neSB. Kelie f t an U
had and should be lind ut once. Brown's
Iron Litters ig the remedy. It nets di
rectly upon the blood, cleanses and puri
fies it, and sends it on its journey through
the channels of tb liver, stirring up iu
action, giving to it activity arid vigor,
and clearing out the Lilo. It will remove
tho yellow tinpe from the eyes and tho
complexion leaving the latter fresh and
clear. It will 6pen the pores of the skin
and remove the thick cloudy appearance.
Brown's Iron Bitters cures biliousness.
Many pcojilowho rrc irritable, nervous
and easily disturbed, whoso physical and
mental conditions are much disordered,
naturally poiisesa the plcusantcst and
inoht agreeable mainurs and disposition.
Tho cause of their irritation and dis
turbed condition cf llicir organization is
their suni'i'jngs from ilio borroin of dys
pepsia. The nton.:i(!i lias been over
worked and refuses to do its duty. .They
arc iinablo to t.d.o r. u. h food und what
they do take fails to a imilate, and heart
burn lind belchin;; indicate their condi
tion. Nothing will fcivo thetc Bufierer3
biicIi Fpoody and si re relii f n.) Brown's
Iron Litters. It f.irnMifS juat tho aid
needed to nfuir.iiktc the food and ;:ives
strength to tho Btn-.ii.n li to pei-l'onn ita
worn, cures lienrthiirn and Ijelclnnir, tri
ri'newed Bipctilo und cures dyspepsia.
1 hen instead of loo-in" flcdi dailv tho
patient rnpiillv nr'.'ains what lias been
lost and grows lical.liy and strong.
Many suffer from this form of stomach
troubles who have littlo idea of tho
pleasures of a life of perfect health.
Brown's Iron Bitters acts us a corrcclivo
of the causes which produce imlitrestion.
1 lav ing removed tho cause and cured
the disease a continued use of the reniedv
for a short timo will mako the sufferer to
feel liko a new person. Wero these three
diseases tho only ones which Brown's
Iron liittters will cure it would indeed
bo a boon to the public, hut bo great has
been tho knowledge and Bkill employed
in the com lunation and manufacture of
this valuable remedy that its curative
properties extend to" all diseases of the
stomach, liver, and kidneys.
A condition of weakness of hodv and
mind which results from cdmplicatinns of
many disorders or the nvstcm turns its
best nrl surest remedy and euro in
Brown'a Iron Bitters. As it enriches and
strengthens tho blood so tho stomach,
liver anil kidneys receive strength to per
form their duties, und tho pains nnd de-
pressinfr. influences from a d incased nnd
disturbed condition of these organs nre
relieved, tho prostrnted nerves nre bv
tins remedy siren;;) licneit nnd soothed.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
has more testimonials of relief and cure
of persons suffering lrom gaiieral debility
than all other remedies. Lassitude nnd
languor are dispelled by it and that tired
leeling is removed.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
cures beadncho iajwl constipation, rheu
matism und nenral;:iii7 malaria, chills
and levers, nnd l.rnalc inuriuities.
Genuine is only made by Iho
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. Baltimore iii
DR. 1). IS.
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
lEatabllahed in 1860.1
1 R. JOHNSON la acknowledged by all par
J." tiea interested aa bT far th mn.t ma.
oesaful rbvaieian In the treatraentnf nrlvt
or .eorei aiaeasos. wuivi, permanent onrea
guaranteed in every oane. mala or famui,..
Recent oaaea of Gonorrhea and Bvnhilia
eared In a fw daya without the use of mer-
eurr, change of diet or hindrance front
bualneaa. beoondarr Byrhilii, the last ret-
tige eradicated witbo'itthe use of mercurr.
Involunaarj lose of semen atopped in thort a
timo. tSntferera from iuiDotenn or In., ni
iexual powers restore to free rigor in a few
weeks. Victims of sell-abuse and excessive
venerr. sufferinsr from siiermatnrrliiia nil
loaaof pbysioal and mental rower, speedily
ana permanently oureu. raruouiar alien
tion paid to tbe Diaeatea of Woman, and
eurea guaranteed. Pilea and old aores eared
wiinoui ine nie or oauauc or the knife. All
onsultationt strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all parts of tbe
men enred at half theuau
Offloe hoars lrom 8 o clock a.m. to
I irom Ho clock a.m. te
D. 8. JOHNSON. M.D.
Removed to 308 Front St.
Between Monroe aad Madison, Nearly
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
rire. Wind. Water anil I larhtnlna
iirtrai. suitable tor an sinus or buildings.
For prices and estimates at faotorv rates
eall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry st,
DeadanartAr. tor Iron Fences mil rv.tln..
wairantiea iron uornioe,ivn itcoia A stoTes.
Planln'ion of A. La A Co. on Island 34
lor divif ion o an eatate. It contains abonl .
i'ul acres of rich bottom land; about S2J
aires in cumraton; iev.ral hundred aorei
above anv ovnrSnw. Can he iiim.Ia nni
ol the nnost stock larma, e uipletelT eur-
r und rd by waer. whirh irrventa the es
cape of utiK-k, A If. i, ahuul l,Vl llcd ol Cattle,
which are in fine condition, innludin. seve
ral .'hurl horn Durham Hulls, Cows and
A. 1.KA A i u . Knlton, Tenn.,
or V. A. (1AUK C i.,
No.3iO Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
OCTOBER 30. 188G.
FADER, FRANK & C
nOo MoislfllHle Cr
291 Front Mrff.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St., Hemphla, Tesueu
HILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors, Commission orchard
Wo, 116 Bonth
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES OX CONSIONMEXTS.
MOS. 8 auI 10 VISION STKEET, - - - SIF.MPHIS, TEXX.
Window Shades, Tictnre Kail
HQUSE, SIGN AND
NO. 225 NECOXl RTIIEET.
KELLY, BQFEB &BEILLY,
"WHOLES h TiE
lr ocers & Cotton Factors,
H. 2S3 Mala Street, Gatmo Klork.
WB DETHE TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO OUR LARSE STOCK OF FINISHED
JIAItULB. We are prepared to furnish new work lrom lateat desivni on abort notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLAS'
In erery reapeet and to give entire latiafaetion.
We anKMt wnnr natrnn'ora on it .anna.4 ttit.4 vnt, Anil u -.
before pwrhu'lng eltewbere.
ew Cotton Gin9
Nos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
JjATESr IMPROVED IlVljIiSlfi GIUTfi.
H ? TnrBOfit and Sample Gnnrnntewl. Good weighta, and remittancea promr
., .! m All Cotr. n Inurfd while in Transit and at Uin. Sucka furnied on an
pl'cation. W ue the "Ptf in ilolr" nnd nnlonrt a'l yrwn fi.itton. Hivena a trWI
REMOVED TO ,
Hilling from Mulberry
t& Insurance and Sacks
"The Largest and only
w jouai. i ieiq. jjcsx aampie,
M. m. niT.
W. if. HOBTO.
Late of Meachara A Horton.
Late ef 1, 8. Say A Son:
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
3PU-30S Front street memvMi Tenn.
Quarter or a Century in
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN
GUNS, STOVES, TINWAR,
COTTON AND WAGON SCALES.
E, 119, APPERSON & GO.
364 FRONT STREET,
.fltawlai. Jeha . alllvaa.
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton Faetora
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., nempius, Tena
UTWIII ADAM 1KB JXFrBKMOB.
Mr. L at. KAIKIT Jevotes his wtiole time te the welching and sale or Ml Oottea eatrawm
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ao, 3J1 Front Street, Cor.
Oppowito C'fwtom Ifonwe.
Unln M.. Tit. Xntnlc.
Kculdings and Mixed Paints.
.... M MP1TIS. TEXS
and Second Sts.
1 ' "
to St. Martin Streets
Complete Gin in the city.
1 w n a ti T
Late of Bailey A Covlattsjsjt
the Hardware Business.
ST., - MEMPHIS. TEN1T
& Cotton Factors,
Tha. Clark. m. Clark.
Tnlon, Meuiphira, Tena.
9-CAPITAT. PRIZE. 7t.00S
Tlckela ouljr $3. hharca la roir.
Louisiana Stats Lottery Co.
We do hereby Certify that wi tupervit At
arrangement for alt the Mimihly and tjuar-
ly iratrint ot ttie IoUMtmna ornl. Latter,
)iiMicna uttite lottery
(Atmnanv. and in oerton nvinaoe and Control
the Drawing themeelvee. and tuat Ihe earn etrt
conducttd wit hiHinty, fain, mnd in flood
faith Unoard all partite, and toe authorise (
Company to ute tint Certificate, teith ue-nmiles
of our eiynaturtt attaclud, in it mdvertme
ment." Vommltialonei .
We, in Mndereigned, Bank and Banker,
wili pay all Prite drawn in Tha Louitiana
State Lotterie which may be preeented at our
J. H.oai.ESBT,Pre. 1m. Nat'l Bank.
J. W.KI I.BKETH,Fre.Nte finVl Bk
A. BALDWIN, Pres. K. O. Nat. Bb.
Insorporated In 18'jS lor twnty-f ve years
bv the LarinlaturA for Kdneatlnonl nnd
Cnari table nariionea with n capital of
OoO.CHXr to which a rerxrvo fund of over 8550,
W'O haa ainne been sdned.
By an overwhelming pcr-nlar vote its
francnisr wiu mndo a iart of trie present State
Conntitauon, kdopted Deoamher 'id, A.D.
The onlv Lottery evor noted on aud endnrtmd
by the people of any State.
It never ecatt or rontpomr.
tin Grand Nlnirln rVninlivr Draw
itinN Like place menllily, an.l thn
JtxlraorliiiHrr HrHwIuuH rrtrnlnrly
etvry Tbreo rtlnntbi. Itiklcaii 1 Hvuii
aiinnnlry hi h4reo'r4
ari.rr in rriHTViTr TO
WIN A MIUIIM; ELBVHNTHSkAND
DRAWING, CLASS I., IN THK AOADBMY
OF MUSIC, NEW HHL8NI3, TUESDAY,
Kovciubcr 0, lS!U,-llMh JVioathly Draw
ing. CAPITAL PRIZE, 875,000.
llMMMHi Ticket at rive Hollars Kaeu.
t'raetioua, In Fllllis, In
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital prne.......v........
1 Capital prise .,
1 Uapital prize
2 Trites i
5 Priioa of 21 W..
i oi t'nui .......
0 Priiee of 1000....
20 Priiea oi BOO....
l;iO Prises of 2-X) a),0C
300 Prizoa of 100 30,0t0
600 Priiea of 50 25,00
1000 Priiex nf 2S 25,00
9 Approziuiation prized ol i'iM..... 6,7"
9 Approximation prizea of Uti 4,510
9 Approximation priiea of 250.. 2,2 0
1967 Priiea, amountlntto..
Appliuation for rates to clubs should be
made only to tbe offloe of the Company at
For further information write clearly,
givinr full addross. IfOH'f At, Bj iTl.H, Kx-
firesMoaej Ordera, or New Yerk Exchange
n ordinary '.eltor. Curroney by Express la
our expense), addroiaed
U. A. OA! PJklJS,
New OrIane, la.
Or M. A. liAVPHIN,
Wnialilttitrou. n. .,
or at 6 Westconri St., Mt nipljU.Tnn
Sake T. 0. Mone Orders payable
and address UcgrisU rcd Letters to
MKW ORLEANS NATION Ala BAKK
rV4w )rl.An. I.n.
Grand AUUlION SALE
Or Choice Selected Imported
At Union Slorh Yariln, ncanpbte,
Wediiesdsy, Nov. 17, 1886.
(Sale Begins Promptly at 19 O'ol'.sk.)
rpDIS Importation of Ho'stein Cattle has
..V mtviu Pyu under tho auspices of
The Nonh American UoUteia Hrd Book
Aasociatinn," us foundation slJick for fine
bonis iu tbe Bouthf eateron States, and em
braces only an h animals as hnvo for their
sires and dams the moot superior milk and
butter reoords to be found in North Uelland.
Ihe entire lrnno; tmion h is been rogiatored
in the North Ilollnnd Herd Book of Hol
land, and will also be regiBtored in " Tbe
.North American Herd Book of America."
embracing 65 iieilers in Calf by finest Hol
land Hulls. Also, a general ssaortment of
5" .IT,1? ,BlI"!. "r feryiee, heifer
and Bull Calves of cpringof 1W, andgrowa
Cowa from 4 to 5 years e d. A cempleto cat
alogue ia now in press, giving fail pedigree
and milk and but'or records connected with
each animal. Thene catile hare reen shipped
direct from Holland to tke Union b'took
,t. vnd W1i' "'LV ht"n the 1st and
7th ot November, where purchasers can in
speot the same. No aniranl will be diapoaed
ol at private aale, but parties who attend tbe
sale may rely upon each animal being put
BD and sold ai advertised. Htreet csrs now
ru?rl r.lth"! th",, hloc'" f Stock Yards.
ADJMSON A RONALUON, Importers!
flv n'uu'itifS0'nrin?rma.',i911 addresa
. . RAMBAUr, Prendent Union btoek
grda and Ptrtilisar Company.
Question is engaging our agricultural oem
munity. Metars. R. O. CBAIfl k CO., Noi.
7 and 89 Union street, Memphis, Tenn.,
daily in receipt of
reports on growth In diveriiled cropping
eorn, oats, wheat, rye, barley, cereals, and
orchard, herds, olover, tall meadow oat
crais and timothy trans
All our worn out sedge lrnds may be fa
claimed by sowing rye and clover oa them la
fall or spring, or sowing cow-peas In May,
June or July, then turn ander, and
improve the land.
It. G. CItAIG & CO.,
Agrioultura Implements and Seed Dealert,
. M1MPHI8, TBW1T.
A book of 160 pages.
Ihe best book for
anadvei tiaer to oon
ault, be he eiperl
eneed er otherwise.
It ooatain. 11.4. .1
lf . an ad
newspapers and estimates o the oost ot ad
vertising. The aivertiier who wanta to spend
one dollar, flnds In it theinformaiinn h.
quires, while for him who will Invest one
hundred thousand dollars in advertising, a
scheme is indicated whieh will meet his
every requirement, or can be made to do se
by slight changes easily arrived at by eorre
Btxndenca. On. hunHuil af,..ik.u
editions have been issued. Bent, postpaid,
to any addrosslor ten oeits. Apply tn UKO.
P. KOWKLL A CO.. NEWBPAPkR AO-
VERTISINO BURKAI',10 Spruoest. (Prinl-
n iiou. square , new lork.
sU yom aetrillcr for t:-.o OrlrrlnaJ 83 Shoe.
NonoGennlaeunloao bearing thleStame,
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.1
in Button Oonrro9ai1 I-i PettCntf
bilit it. Cont ort and Aiixar
aiuis, A pstaranlsnt to
is will hrlnjt vou lnfonnn-
tion JimrtoK'-t Ui Is Shoo la
iau fcitato or Territory, 4
j unjoin hc
ThTH ilioo iwnfti hlirbfT 1ntTioifttfTniitlon ot
vt'.H.a linn m.n V Ot UT 111 (hit iv.u-l.i l iimi.
sniuls wbo wetuU wUi VcU jrou Uio ixuaon It o
V 1 ,:0NliRts4aaiiii
J. W. VOEOELI Si CO.