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THE S1A1E OF TRADE.
PEICE OF M05ET AT HOME AHD
What tbe Manutaeturerg in All De
partmeatg Are Doing aid at
tt hat Kates.
ATEBAUtB OF THE CORN CHOP
OF IHE WIS.'.
The General Outlook Still a Yery
Cheering and fai factory One
The t'onntry Procperoas.
isriCUL TO TBI ArriAL-1
PwiLADitrHiA, Pa., November 1
The week's bneices ha enown a
light falling ofl. The caaae wae tha
mffuri to advance prion. 1 he malt is
eooaaaiera, jubberaand manu'atturera
have empiy itajid in doora. The
general reutimeot is there is no legiti
mate Oaration for an advance in
pitcea ; that tbe current output in all
oie icdnatriraia aofficiect for the de
maad", and that any advance ia likely
to create a reaction and despondency.
The consumption capacity ia at iti
highest limit, and railroad builders,
house, shop and mill baildurB.arjel the
balldioR interests generalv, are be
ginning! to contratt opera' ions. Ma
terial of ail kinds ia abundant. Naila
are f 2(3,2 10; merchant iron, f 1 70(5)2;
steel rails, $8436; plate iron, $:'
5 25; p-g iron, $iC(i20. The furnaces
are all over sold. Kail mills can make
very few otde;s for this year's f xscn
tion. Rolling mills generally are
The week's development in the coal
trade shows an enormous improve
ment in ail quarters preparatory for
coldweather. TneNovember anthracite
output wiil be 3 500,000 tons. Abi
tnminuna Fyndicateis talked of to pro
tect pre b from com pe'ltioc The coke
eatput is heavy and 2000 ovens will be
built scon. The latest lumber news
from Chicago and Savannah shows all
mills crowded with crders. The Geor
gia mills a eall aild up to January 1st,
and cpm aru etarce bbtween tidewater
and lake ports.
A general lo kout of 65,000 tez'.ile
workers in Philadelphia, because one
employer employing 100 hands, men
and women, refueed to discharge a
loom boss against whom certain accu
sations are made by a portion of the
hands, the workmen offer to arbitrate.
Business ia a little slack, and the em
ployers won'd just as toon stop a few
weeks, and at the same time break up
the organization of the employes.
Orders for expensive textile, mining
and roiling; mill machinery have been
eaormons eince October 1st, and cur
- machine shops are better titusled
than for years Laat week shipments
of boots and shoes from New England
factories weie heavy. Receip'sof the
trade tt Boston this year, $2,812,586
latt year. S1.7f4,490. The leather nmr
ket is very ac'ive everywhere, and the
winter prospec s for the boot and shoe
trade never looked better. The rail
road prefects of the past week foot p
800 miles in short lines that will be
built early mxt spring as feeden
three cf the trunk lines. All kinds
of railroad materials are in de
mand. Tbe provision market ins
tates a declining tendency in prices,
Flour, corn, pork and mea's of all
kinds are in abundant supply. The
export trade is dragging, and specu
lators are detected over tbe prospect
The carpet factories will resume full
time November 1st. The clothing
manufacturers nave been running 40,
000 haads fall rime in New York and
Philadelphia all fall. The hosiery
and knit goods manufacturers are
rowded with orders. The market
well supplied with cotton goods. Largs
orders tor all kinds ot textile goods,
from ginghams up to silks, will be
rowdtd in next month.
Borton, Mass., October II. The
following table, compiled from special
dispatches to the I'osl from the man
ager of the leading clearing houses in
the United 8 ates, gives the grots ex
changes ht tacb point lor the week
ending October 30, 1886, and the per
centages of increases or decieases as
compared with the grjes exchanges of
tbe corresponding week in Jeao:
New York,!i6Js,098.0l4; dec, 10.3.
Bo'tor. $77,443,134 ; inc.. 0 6.
Philadelphia, $55,262,610; inc., 16.7.
Chioag r, $l9.4ti3UUU; inc., 1.4.
St. Louis. $13 48,030; dec. 1.7.
San Francisco, $14 831,044; inc., 10.5.
Baltimore, $11,554 889; inc , 11.8.
Cincinnati, $9,2011,0(10; inc , 14 3.
New Or eaup, i7,861,7u0; dec, 26.9,
P.tteburg, S8 543 7ti9; iuc , 13.9.
KanS'S Oiiy, tf5,5G4,678; inc., 10.9.
Louisville, $3 980,646; inc.,-3.
Providevee, $5 482,100; dec, 1.7.
Milwaukee, $4,741,000; isc, 14.2.
Omaha, $4,075 874 ; inc., 63 4.
Minneapolis, 43,677,381 j dec, 8.8.
Galveston, $1,625,986; dec, 29 2.
Detroit, $2,964,573: inc., 0 5.
Cleveland, 2,980 499; inc., 39.1.
Indianapolis, $2,728,215; inc., 98,
Memphis, $2,039,996; inc., 38.9.
Oolurabns, $1,861,426; inc, 34 2.
Hartford, $1,529,645; dec, 3.
New Haven, $1,088,433; inc., 10.0.
Peoria, $927,149; dec, 0.9.
Portland, $1,090,000; inc, 6.
Spiiogfield, $819,200; inc., 14.7.
St. Joseph, $801,500; inc., 15.5.
Worcester, $917,916; dec, 28.
Lowell, $5')4,915; inc, 23.5.J
Syracuse, $544,611; inc, 14.9.
Totals, $924,732,877 ; dec, 5.3.
Outside of New York, $296,634,813';
Denver and Galveston not included
FOKEIOiM MONEY MABKETS.
Londoh, October 31. Tbore was an
active inquiry for discnant at 3J2j
per cent. The Siock Exchange loan
rate was 6(35J per cent., under the
heavy settlement, the subscription for
business sha'ts alas increasing thede
' aiand. Bu-dnpF-g on the Stock Ex
Chang waa dull and most exchanges
elownwaid. There was a persistent
decline in American railroad securi
ties early in the week, owiog to silos
by weak operators for a rise.
The la!l seemed to havo been
chucked afier Wednesday, but yes
erday the depression was renewed
and most changes were adverse.
The recent rise in cable shares
ia collapsing under a report-that final
overture niadu by the pool at the
Instance of the French Company to
the Commercial Company have been
rejected. ' Anglos have fallen 3, and
Angles prtJened and deferred 2. Gold
mine t hares closed with a goneral de
cline on the day of j. The warning
from the Premier of Greenland baa de
cisively clucked tbe boom in gold
mine shares, alleging also mines in
Pabis, October 31. Business on the
Bourse was quiet during the past
week. There was a general fractional
rise in prices. New loan advanced 50c,
3 per cent, rentes 26o, credit foncier
121, Panama Canal aba e 3f 752, Hn a
t;nal straits 101. B.uk f Frame 501
The only aisiimtUe rei?tn for tbe
riae is ihat ttere a a reaction
against long bear t peculations.
Bkrli.i, October 31. There was a
steady buriues on the Boiuee durirg
we weea and i.'ib ter.detcy ws good.
Thechang a in puces v-eie si'gM.
The foioii g are cl aii'g trios:
Deotsrh- Faiik, 16-).90; A us rian gold
r-nt 8,1)3 50; A net -an silver renter,
Hujkarian guld rentes, 84.20; Aus
triau crtd t, 4tK). hort x ha lie on
London, 20 3; lorg txebange on Le
tior, 20.2fij ; privatrt discount. 2. The
rise in the I 'up. rid Bank's ia e of
d s f.uiit t 8J p-r caor. ii due nrt
ly to tbe advance in the Bnk of E g
lnd rata and pmtly to tbe decrease in
the back's stock of lulion, the in
creased to circu ati.n and heavy
lone on publ c acd private arenrities.
The ucrtasfd drroauda on the bank
funds are att ibuted solely to revival
of t-ade. Mines acd steel works have
received large new orders from Amer
ica. Trie leaoing industries also show
marked tigns of progress.
Fbankfobt, October 31. Pi ices on
the Bourse during the week were firm.
International Bf cuiities advanced J par
cent Austiian silver rentes cloatd at
98.90, Austr an credit at 229, Egyptian
Lifted at 76 70, United States funded
4s at 12rl, thort exchange on London
at 20 89, exchange on New York at
4.24, and private discount at 2,.
THE IKOP SITUATION.
Cmicaqo, III., Oc ober 31. The
Farmen' Review ia its keuo cf th a
week will pr nt tbe following crop
summary: More complete retarns
from the corn belt do not materially
cnange tne averages ot yields in tb
various States, as ascertained from
hutkiug, than thoee indicated from
scattered counties last wetk. The
total ratuus aggreusts 140 comities of
Uii'o, Indiana, Michigan, llioois,
Iowa, Mionri, Nebraska sad Minne
sota. Tne average of 33 counties of
Illinois is 28 busbels per acre. Tb
report fully include! one-half of th
great eorn raising counties 10 tbe
State. The latg .at average jit Id re-
uried ia 40 butliels, in Stirk and
azaweli coun'ies. la C de?. Calhoun
Kankakee, Ogle, Phtt. Shelby. Union
ana rite counties the average is irom
3J to 38 bushelp. la Kane, Bureau
Schuyler, Pulaski, Mariou and Knox
counties the average rani.es from 20 to
28 bu-bels. In Iowa the avenge i
25 counties is 28J bushel?. In Curo
Gordo. D8 Mmnep. Hardin
jeudtson and warreu counties
the yield averjir-s f om 15 to 20
bushsls; in Adams, Green, Jasper and
rte, -zo to du bushels: in lla-nson
and Wondbury counties, 35 to 45 btigU-
els. In lA'enty-one counties cf Kau
sas the general average is 23 bushels
in Johnson and Lalieile the yield it
IU to 12 busneis; in Usage. Saline, ro
lawatomie, Oiborne, Morrip, Harvey,
Atcbisan and Anderson the yield is
placed at from 18 to 25 busbe's; in
Phillips county the average yield ia
pucea at d bushels, la thirteen
counties of Indiana ti e average yield
is 39 ba-he's; ths lowest average is 20
baehels in Verniillion couuty, and the
nittneet ou buaueis in Ulno c:unty,
Ia fourteen counties of Missouri the
general average is 26 bushels: in Hen
ry and Harrison counties the yield is
from 10 to 15 bushels; in Monios,
Caldwell, Worth and Lafayette it is
placed at 25 bushels; in Callaway and
Jaeper coantea, u busbels; in Bu
cbanan couuty, ci baehtla.
In fourteen counties of Minnesota
the average 5 ield is 32 hnahels. The
smallest yield Is 13 bushels in Dakota
county and tbe largest la fiO bushels
in Blue Earth county. The other
counties averrge from 25 to 35 bush
els. In nine conntiesof Michigan the
average yield is 00 bushels, but the ra
ports do not eover a sufficiently wide
area for accurate estimates. In An
tram county the yield is estimated at
75 bushels; In Tuscola county at 65
bushels, and in Wayne county at 60
bushels. In nine counties of Nebraska
the yield is placed at 33 busheis. In
six counties of Ohio the yield reaches
OCTOBER I BOS SHIPMENTS.
MiDDLKRBORorou, October 31 The
returns for Oct' ber show the larsest
shipment of iron and steel since Sep.
1 V. , Doe mi v. ;
tvuiuer, lOOU. XUV BllipOlHUIB 01 pi
iron aiaountea to B4,&.'Z tons,
which 46,t'00 tons went abroad. The
shipments uf raanu'actured iron
amounted to 41 317 tea', of which
29,000 went abroad. Germany and
Rua.-ia each took 13,030 tens of pig
TISIBLE SUPPLY OF OBAIN.
Ciiicacio, III., November 1. The re
port of the visible suddIv of grain on
uctocer u:n, a9 reported by the sec
rttarv ot the Chicago Baari of Trade, is
aumiows: W'beat, f6,lr.4,00()bu; corn,
J3,uy,uuj uu; oats, 5,409,0110 bu ; rye,
407,000 bu; barley. 2,232.000bu. This
shows an increate in wheat cf 780,000
bu; oats, 60,000 bu: rve. Hl.Ot'O bu.
and a decrease in corn oi 338,000 bu;
paney, z.uuu bu.
at saw YORK,
Naw York, November 1. The fol
following ii the vis blo supply of grain
on Uctober JUtb, as comniled by tbe
new lorrrroauce txcbansie: vvueat.
oo,Oj2,!i du; increase. 773.651 bu
Corn, 13,098,041 bn; decreare, 337,520
nu. uats, rj,4ua,i&.j bu; increase, 50,
784 bu. live. 406.584 bu: increaie.
M,m du. uariey, 2,233,071 bu; do
crease, 70,187 bu.
fttllc A flcttd WHhTasns 'ver.
ant State Veterinarian Raid has been
called to Raymond, III., to inspect 160
neaa 01 uueroaee cattle aflected witu
Texas fever. Many native cattle have
been exposed to the diaeaae. Over
sixty of an imported lot have died
within a wetk.
ScBVMKra of Importnuee.
Next to the bowela, or rather In conjunc
tion with thorn, the kidneyi and bladder are
the moat important acarengera of the aya-
tom. Thoy purify the blood and onrryoff ita
refuse, prerentinn rheumatiaia, dropsy,
Bright'e diaeaae and diaberea by thoir actire
cleansing work. Uotletter's ttomaoh Bit
tera, when the kldneya evince a tendeney to
relax the activity ol their important func
tion, renewa it, andthua avert renal mala
d'ea, the moat difficult to cope with, and
which auperlndnoe a frightful loaa of bodily
tiaaue, atamina and floh. When the renal
orpana exhibit the ahghtoat aymptoma of in
action, they ahouid at onoe receive the need
ful atimulua from thia aafopt, aurest and
nleaaaateat of diuretici. Chilli nd fever.
dy,tpiia, oonatipation, liver complaint and
ueutiivy, are aieu rememea Dy 11.
Ihe Dftitd of tbe Dlxaelrr Bnrled.
Mjlwacksb. AVis.. Oi'fnl.er 31. At
Portage thia afternoon services w- re
held ovor the charred remairs of the
East Rio disar-ter viclims. The Con
gregational Church, where the obse
quies took piece, was crowded, and
many were unable to gain admittance.
Many of the relatives of three who
perished were present from their re
spective homes. The remains of the
two Catholic SiBters were taken to
Winona. Minn., and will ba interred
there. The inquest will be resumed
THE FIRES OF A iAY
A5D TUE LOSSES OF LIFE
Jiarrovr Escjipe of Gamblers Whoso
Places fYt-ie J'fptrdiied by the
( hirau'0 l or fl igration.
Chicago, III., Oc ohrr 31. A cm
fljga oncu u; in a !o-a of marly
f 2oU,000 a' o p orjKOiy si-vtral ives oc.
cnriei in ti e Kiight & Le r ard
fix eto y bu liling, Nue. 1(9 to 111
Ea-t Md ron t e-i,bitwet-ii4 u'cl -ck
and 5 o Mock th s mcirn ng. Tie in
ma es of the di zji s ot gambling
houses in the vie nily were unaware
t.f i h fire at the outlet ai d it m- de
uih rai id l ead wry thnt nme had
et md from the tables until the lives
of most of thera were imperiled. Then
a vi d s'ami ede ei sutd. TLepropri
etors hurried their gold and green
backs into fatchels, i.thers shoveled
ivory (h pj into bags, a few tnshed
downatairs loaded with roaittte
wheels, faro tables and gambling para
phernal of all dr sor ptions. But
these were the exceptions. The ma
jority of dealeis, lookouts and play
ers r.'ie together and rame tearing out
of the buildings, many hatless and
coatleas ani all frighttned. Af
ter an hour' work by the
firemen the flimes were under
comparative control. At this time six
men of the insurance patrol weiein
tbw building clinging tarpaulins ovt r
the stuck of the Goodyear Rubber
Compiny. Suddenly there wsb a teiri
bla crash, followed bv a decs wave of
smoke and sparks, which pull, d out
into tne street, lbs roof and top tloir
had fallen throug'j to the bssemenr,
burying tne men ot tb? insurance pa
trol in tbe rains. A rroment aftertbe
crtsh a dela bment of nr men and in-
turarce petnWn. led by Chief
Sweme, rush-d to the resrue. The
cries of the imprsoned men could be
heard above all rh din. Hardly were
nu cue's at wo k chopping and tearing
away tne iaiien perms and splintered
Boom g, when there was another
crash and a heavy pitce of machinery
fell trc m the third 11 or. It was so far
back in the building that no one was
hurt, and the rescuers continued man
fully without a s op. George Furreld
was the fir. t mau ou. Ha Caiiia up
through a hde which had ben
made in the sidewalk lights
over the basement. He was only
slightly inju ed. William Darby i,ls3
managed tn crawl out of the ruins
with only eliuht injuries. The re cu
ing party found Cat Hume pinned
do u nnder a lallen beam and wedged
in between two boxes of goods. He
was earned ou'. Both legs were
crushed and le't fjot completely
turned. P. L. Muliits wes dragged
from under two heavy beams He
was cut about the head and his body
fearfully b: u sed Gut Boergcnke was
being held ('own by a heavy piece of
printing machinery, so that all t florts
to release him teemed ustdes?. The
imprisoned man clutched convtiUively
at the iron bus and wheels, bpgging
nis eomtaaes to au mm, ts they could
not get him out. . Tbe sewer of the
basement had become choked np, and
the immense amount of water thrown
into the build ng was rapidly rising
under Boergenke's eyes, while the
tlamts were gradually eating their
way toward him. Chief Bwenie
ordered an engine detached from
a fire plug aud sot to work
pumping the basement of the fl o .'s
from tbe other engines, whose efforts
were redoubled agiinsttho fire. The
waters hat just reached Bosrgenke's
chin when they began logo down and
tne tumes commenced torecede. With
the aid of jackscrews ths machinery
was at last raised, and Bsergenke, who
for nearly three-quarters of an hoar
bad given himself up for lost, was car
ried to the hospital. One of his legs
ia broken and an arm is shattered, bat
it iB thought be will live. C. Panineu.
aged 30, could not be found and after
a long search was given up for lost. It
was not umil eleven hours after that
bis body was found. In the recovery
oi tne corpse another fireman was
fata ly injured and a patrolman seri
ously wounded. The fire and fall of
the roof bad damaged many telephone
aud telegraph wires. Gangs of line
men were s-.-nt to tbe roofs of adt.nn
iug buildings tos raighlen the tantled
n ana. They were requested to wait
until the firemen Lund Papineu's
body, but the wire workers did not
comply. While pulling a heavy cable
over a wall a pirce of jagged
iron cotics was dislcded. It fell to
the ta'ement and struck Fireman
Michael Mr.Govern. The sharp iron
s ruck him in the small of the bank,
and while his romrnai ins picked him
up a policeman hurried to the roofs
and lnteiceptfd the linemen. While
holping to carry out the wounded
man William Cornell, of the Insurance
Patrol, fell through a hole ia the
broken sidewalk aud was so eeriotisly
injured that he bad to bo taken to the
hospital. McGovern was horribly
mangled by tne cornice and is dying.
Eighteen of the linemen were put
under arrest, put aiterward released.
telegraph officials becoming their
surety. The building was occupied
by a number ot large firms. The
Goodyear Rubber Company bad the
basement and first boor of Nos. 05
and 107. Their stock was val iedi
iuu,uuu, lntarea tor esoz.ooo. xre
company s loss is foO.000. Sailt-'oury
& Cline, agents for tbe Goodyear
Manufactaring Company, Boston Belt
ing Company, ucssamer Rubber
Clothing flompany and J. Davis A Co.
bad tbe basement and first floor at
No. 9. Their $150,000 stock is dam
aged 130,000; insured for 160,000.
Knight & Leonard, printers, in the up
per floors, lostabout $50,000 insurance,
$46,000. Wm. Wilson & Co., book
binders and publishers, lose $30,000:
and have but $13,000 insurance. C. M.
Magma printing establishment is
damaged $4000; fully insured. R. O.
iiadtau t Co, publishers, and the
Darby Paper company aalo have
small losses. The building is owned
by Judge L. C. P. Freer, whose loss
is about $35,000; believed to be fully
Tbe Iteaaltaeir the Mine Fire.
Connbllsvillb, Pa., October 81.
The fire at tbe Standard mines, near
Mount Piessant, which originated
yesterday afternoon, ia atill raging and
a hourly gaining Headway, flamei
and smoke, driven by a Btrong cur
rent of air, leap from the mouth of
the shaft, to the height of 100 foet
bove the ground. All efforts to
check the fire have been of no avail.
A fire engine from Pittsburg arrived
tonight and tbe work of flooding the
mine will be began at once. This
will require sevaral months. It is
thought that nearly three acres of
coal are now ablaae. Tbe amount of
loaa cannot be estimated, for the en
tire plant will have to tuspend opera
tions tor several months, thus throw-
600 men out of employment. The
daily output of tbe shaft was 1500
ins, and tn consequence of its being
idle, it will result in the closing down
of 500 coke ovens, or one twentieth of
tbe whole of tbe ConnellsvilleTegion.
rrrrsnrjBo, novemDer l. tire at
the 'tindard ical m n s nmr Mount
Pleas lit Pa , re bs ieved to be nnder
conlrd, and fie company expect to
have the fumes m dufd b f.ire to
morrow. Tbe lo s will no; be le
Bnraaed la laa-ih lor the Kobe of
Earns, Tax., O ober 31. A fire of
nntuoan origin o,- urr, d in the h ai
of tlis huinee p rtion of this place
this m rirg, uu iiu.g iiiree binldirga.
Lo s, $25 000; m-ti at c, $Si'(X). Go d
B rg, a m-rch u t, w s barn' d to
de it h while try ni; t rave Irs money
Anun.D.roi ou.i-a t.ad nairow es
InnAtie A) lam I'nrilnlly llarnrd
Hamilton, Ost , Oitoher SI The
intai e aM'luni h-re was ('amag. d by
fi e tli-i a ternoon to the extent of
$50.(K'0. Iheir.ma es got out of tbe
building witr'ont any casualty.
A foundry Bar e-Lone $,10,000,
Piitsbubo, Fa., Ocrober 31. A fire
at 3 o elo. k thia inoru in damsirad
Manhali's foundry atid construition
works, on Twenty eixhtti r-treet. to the
extmt oi J-'a.uuu l lie tire started in
the f uidry depirt nei.t. and ia ba
ll' ved to have been caused bv eaaika
irom rre ovens, u joas ia fully
covereu Dy insaranca.
Fire la a Cbrr.ilral Warka.
Titdi villi, Pa., Ojtob?r 31. The
Tiiuvill l hemical Wo ks was dam
aged by bre tonight lo the extent of
$20,000 or $30,0H0, the cupola and
the aul; bar bouse being destroyed
The ma n bnildtug, cftke, shtda, ate.
ere aave I. The fire originated in the
cupola from an overhra'sd cylinder.
ina woras win oe reuniit.
Littli Rock, Akk October 31.
Pes Arc wt.s yssterdiy visited by a fire
wnicn aes'rvyed proper v to the va lue
of $150 000. about one third covered
turance. 1 he st res and stocks
O Mcliaiiley A Co. Walt&
Bethel, Judson & War t, T. H Stubbs,
11. Mclcwau a d J. J. Uaugh were
I' strovei', Tates A Bros, st ik wis
alsi dam ;ged. Tuo ( flica of the
Des Arc Ciiittn, cfl'nie of CjuntvTreas-
nrer ard the Met'iodist and flautist
chu dies are in rum. Trie origin of
the fl. i n knon
TrrtmA with irtHot T(mrf! to Pnrit y, fltrontrtli and
Mt-eUititn4Kia. nr. mm M iRititr t'owutT couuaitiai
no Ajitiuonla.lJtne.lltimori'lieiai.iiiBU, In. i'rtrai
Kito-aWta, Vuiill. Lcmuu, tU.'., UuTor dfUcioul.
POKE BAKINtt POWOni CO. Chhuga and St Lttili
DapAiTMRNT or tr iKTuaioa,
Washington. Oi-tobnr F. llM. I
BALED PRtil'OSALS will be received at
thia Donartment nntil 12 o'olixk m. Bio.
vember IS. lSVt, tor farniihing the material
and labor required in oomsletiag the culvert
no. otner work In the tuiproveicentot tbe
ot epringa neaervatinn, at Uot hprlnaa,
rkanaaa. Blank forma of iironoaal. lueoi-
oationa, eta., win t rurnin
bed upon appll
eatioa to tola lepartmcnt, or to euperia
ten dent of Uot Hprium fleaerTatioa,
L. Q. C. LAMAR, Keeretary,
M 'Httof I htiiifa-Bii v.tiu li m.h tiuitikitiU arvumim
ally UMiiwid by iidirvurtlen -It '),,dituti ol Uio LIVER
fc'ur till tiiittitliiintn of tli in kwtKl, hui;U hm Turiiidily nf
the iniT, Hiluiusnwu, Nnrw ii lytiitifc, IikIik
tiou. trr. g'il.iril y ot tlm B'Hvnln, Umw iicititm. i' lutii
ItMioy, l,r.iotatioiui ami li irniuK l tUu Hlotiiticli
(notii titiin cftlJtvl litntrtiitirii), Min-tma, Mal&ria,
lllixxly KtnK. (J)iilln mid J-.iht. ltnnklron iTi r,
Kxliaurition Irefttrt or afUr i'ovwrM, OiiMiiio Iifi
rllU'll, latlMI Uf AppHt itaS. JltUMWiltrJ, t UlU HtUHllt,
lrrviful'triUM ificidutitaj to Kt'tualiwi, IHiwtrtttK
duv.fi I'mui. Raokaulia, , o. fiTADICER'S
AU RAN Til m Invalunhln.
It u not i.umct
t'tc nil di-wii-TB, but will CUR
E nil di6nof
Ut LIVER. STOMACH --J BOWELS
to ruddy. httiUtiiy nl(rr. It ntirt'l rvuuiH m
ilfftfl uw coinpliiinii. U'Wti wrpvv, yiun'w iinnw.
jrliMjmy npiriLM. It It oa uf fliu brtl Atterutu-
unif I'uiiirrt nf the U i om L, and l a valuable touir.
For H.lu t,y nil iruaifi.te. Prtou 81.00 per buttio.
C. F. KTADICER, Proprietor,
140 PO. FRONT ST., Phlladelph a, Pa.
Cure Duwuwj of
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOC. 3, H.OGS, l'OULTIlY,
In iiho for over 2i) yiwra liy Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Morse U. li., Ao.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
a-STABLE CHART i a
Mounted on Rollers A Book Hailed Frea.
Mumi'lirctV Med. Co.. 1 Fulton HI.. M. T.'
HOJr-TiOPATHIC ft ft
specific no. aa
Tha,.,;. m'rwe.Hl niif-i!w fill
Nervous Debility, Vital Yeaknm,
&l I' T vmL or 6 viftln ami ln:o onlt'r, fi
Sm.li BV lnnavjn, f,r n'Jit cht i til oil r;i'i
r WILBOR'a rnM
WILBOE'8 C0I4P0UND OF
PURE COD LIVEB
OIL AND LIME.
(Jrt IheiGrnnlne Aril)'!.. Thrcrenl
opalarity of " Wilbor'a Compound of Cod
liver Oil and I.lm." hui induood aoiu. an.
nrinaitiled reraoni to attempt to palm off a
aimpie article or their own menumcuure!
but any peraon who ia nufierinr from Couiha
t'olila or Uonaniiiption. abould
where ther Dnrnhn.i, thi. artioia. The re-
aulta of ila na. are iu hent reeommendationa,
and th. prnpri.ur aaa ample .rid.neeon
tie of ita treat anecem in palmonary oom
rlainta. The Phoaphnle of Lim. poaaeaaea a
moat marr.Iona healitia power, aa eombin.d
with th. pur. Cod-Liter Oil br Dr. Wilbor.
It la preirribed by the medieal faculty. Bold
by A. B. Wilbob, Ohemiat, iloaton, aal
N,TUPAl rwi I
- aTi at ""
NOVEMBER 2, J8S.
r.l ' Z V .J,tt.t?Tijtl Vs?sJ IS H m
W. A. GAGS & CO.
Wo. 8QO Front Ntreet, : Memphis. Tria
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKlT,160tol7ft Adams St.,Memphir
erf f '
atoataliw. ' tT&ZFZtaziA.
- '.i n h i ifi,iB
RON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 238 and 228 Second St.
(Baoeaaaora lo thia lepnrtment to JOHN MAN0UUE.)
W-Wrlte n for information on ANY 111 I Ml in either line
AJRD&KW 8TKWAUT, New Orleans.
SO. SM AND SO FBONT flrTKIilET, HUll'III, TEKBU
STEWART BROTHERS & COHFADT
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCILANTS,
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A J
JIJIO Weconil Rlroct, MeiuplilN.
ALARflB ANb OOMPLKTR STOCK Of
Mitterinlii. Pump.. Oriv. Wellii, Fron, m
le T. fAlflJJOM.
o. o. Bint.
J. T. FARGASON & CO.,
Uhclcsale Grocers & Colton Factory
ZiSS Front Street, Memphis, Tena.
OeMta eeaaif a.d ta ai will have ear ear.fol attention. We aarry al all Maea a walk
a.l..Ud eteok ol
Stapls t Fancy Groceries, Winos, Liquorsjob.ceo & Zlqin
A wf will lt I
SUGGS & PE1TIT
GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
And Commission merchants,
2SO and 22 Front
A. YACCARO & Co
VnOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Woe. 378 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
T m T . DD A TW
LaU J. T. Lal'rade i Co.
No. 301 Front street.
tlavlnir retired from the Baddlery and llareeaa bnalneaa and opened an otnoeaa abore.
we ar. pleaned to announe. tnour fnenda and
to eerr. them In onr new oapaeily. Returnlnn tlianna mr in. very unerai pwrunaia e
tended aa in th. old line, w. truat to
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocors,
It; 11 TJnlen Htre3t, x : fflempbU, Tenn
M. 0. PEAHCK.
M.C.PEARCE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Mercl.'.s,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
Oattoei Wareboaae-Iei M aaa M Valval Barrel,;
PItATT GIN CO.
laiii-l 1'rHtt ot(ou Ulna,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, NItllTII e CO
Prit EellpMo llmlrr Mlna, raeal
ra natl Win atrpaarvra,
99 to 104 I'oplar St., Mompkla.
erPratt Hevolvlnr-llevt Ulna ane
qualed. Mock now eomilet. PrioM
redu(.d. Correcpondeno. ana oril.n
olioitod. UU (linn Repaired In Flret
la adrd . All work tuarantoed.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
1 AHDRBW D. QWTSNI MaaraU
. E. WITT.
1 . . Biitta,
2y- ti ... .
' i a r.io., tie.
IAILEY & GO,,
PLUMI1KR8, OAS AND KTRAM FITTERS
and Mtnne Pipe, tin fixtur... tlloKeii. Ktr
R. A. FAHKIK.
. Ia, WHMI
av t t.o
hi.. llomplilM, Tenn.
Late wilh J. X. La Prude A Oo
th. pnlilie aunerally that wear, now prepare!
and reoeiv. a .here of year farora in the new.
:john l. moclklla1T
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'?
MEDICAL DISPENSARY (
So. 17 Jefferson Street, '
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
lEatabliahed In 1M0.I
1 jR.JOUNSONIaaeknowledired brail par
J.." tiea intoreflted mn br far th. moat i.a
eeaaiul phvaioian In the treatinentof arivata
or aeoret diaeajea. iluick. Mrmmtnt
xuaranreeil In everr eae.
e-ent capes of
i, oiaje or lemai
onorrh.a and Sruhilla
cured in a t w daa without the ok. of mer
cury, cnaiiiie ot ai.t or nindranee frea
buaineHK. henondary Srrhilia, the laat tm
tueermlirated witbo-ittke nu. of meronrr.
InvolunhHry loaa of xntn atnpped in ahort a
limo. tiullrrera Oom Impotenor or loaa oi
aexunl were realor. to Ire. vlror in a few
wenka. V irtima of aell-ahaii. and eioeaair.
venery, aufferini from aiierrnatorrhM nd
limaof rhnioal and mental nnwer, aaMdllf'
ani permanently cured. Particular etUn I
dm r:i i.l to th. Dineaaea of Women, and
cnn-i auaranteed. Pilea and old aorea eared
without the uie ofoauatieor the kaif.. Ail
oon.ulutiona etrioUy oonfldeatiaJ. Medi
cine, mnt by eiir.aa to all part el the
amen enred at half to. turn
noura frnmSo'e'onk a.m. ta
reiei. umo. noura frnra o'o'ook a.m. ta
y rtuca p. in
I). 8. Johnson. m.D.
ia enaaainr our aarirultnrat oom.
Meaara. K. U. CRAIU k CO.. Nee.
87 and 811 Union atreet, Memhti, Teaa
daily In reoeipt of
raporta on rowth In diversified oxopplnr
eorn, oata, wheut, rye, barley, cereala, and
orchard, herda, clover, titll meadow eat
frut and timothy raia
All our wornout aedge 1-ndj may be ra
claimed by aowina ry. and olever oa them ta
fall or apring, or aowina eow-peaa ia May,
June or July, then turn snder, and
Improve the land.
II. U. It AIO A CO.,
Airleultura Iuiplemeata an!8e.d Deelera,
aMTk yam mtillor for M-o Orlirlnnl S3 Hhnri
. - ll.-wnriwvrilolli.llntlrl. -
JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE.'
in, iJiioxtmiiwi in jmrtv,
vilit , Conijttrt ami A war
afMKX A 'wtwtnli'.ire
tioa how u aft thlfiMMM la
Thl titr Htanils Mirtw In thOvWtlmatfoti of
TitTrff Uiftn any oihrr In tin world. Tho
unndri who rvoar li will tuU jrou Um ixvoa if jruti
J. W. VOEOKH CO.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofln r.
I'lra, Wlnel Water aart I lKhlalag
priMir. Kuitabl. fur all kinda or buildinara.
Por prie. and e.tluialea at faotory rale!
eall on or addreaa
MEMP11IS METAL A WOOD Mt'9 C.,
438 A 440 Main at., and 21 A li Mulbarrr at.,
M RMPI1IH, TKNN.
H.adqnartera lor Iron Fenera and Oraetina.
(jalranlaed Iron Cnmlee.TIn Hfole Ahtovea.
817 and 810 JW$T millx
a. scfoiKiJsf.f, r 5
'! awl nMie"D
f U U I L. b
SAW AND PLANING PULL SUPPLIES
WltlTri lr-OU ( ATAMMiOK.1
UKAL EN TAT JE
No. 6105, It. D. Chnneery Court of Shelby
eounty Krnot Me. Andr.wa .Cal. ri.Jeaa
II. Amlrnwi et al.
TJY virtue of an Interlocutory lean, for
X) lal., entered in the above o.e en
Dlh day ol October, im, M. II. 1I, fr
WW. will .ail.
, at public auction, to the hi a -
at bidder.in front ol the Ulork and Manter'i
offloe, iurthoua. ol tibelby eoanty, Mem
phia, Tenn., on
alarday, NavraaBrr IS,
within leral honra. th. following ds
aeribed property, elteated In th. Taxing Dta-
(nntoi onemy oouniv, lenneaaee, te witi
llexinnina at n roint on the north id. of
Carroll avenue 1U feet weat of a lorked .am
oorner; thenae north 40 ' went with aaid ave
nue Utl leet to a atake; tlienoe north .leaa.4
Wi'i feet to a atnkei thene. aouth l,y Mat
lift feet to a atake; theno. anutk 'W.V wet
8"il feet to the beainninr, beinr part .f lot.
ID and lit ol country lot IH and aart ef th.
John D. Uraham aubdivieii'n, ' tully lie-
iorbed In th. deed of John K. liebbatorfa
lia A. Andrew., then Julia A. Ornre. in th.
Keaiatar'a offloe ot Shelby eounty. ia book
lormi of Ma (ine-th rd aan n : baune. la
.o,ual inatalinenta at t land Wmentha; not.
with aeeiirity rciiuiredj liaa retained, luaa
October IU, lim.
n. i. iHiiixm isLii.uera ana winter.
Tty T. B. Caldwell. Deputy C. and M.
Prnaer A lloyle. Hula, lor eotmil'nt.
Animal Jloellag or Hlackholderg.
Orrina or Mauraia ma CuttLtaToa)
Kxaaoii) Co., 10 Wii.i. Sraarr, J
New Yerk.O.U.ber, IhM.)
NOTICE ia hereby civen that the Aaanal
Mrrllutf of the Klorkhil,lre oi th.
Mrmplila hikI 4'bHrlvoliiu Kllratel
lompnuy will beheld at th othoe of the
company, at II nnlllle, Ala., n
Thuraitny, Ihe 111" da of SI a rem.
The tmnalnr hooka of Ihe company will re
main oloaed from October USta to November
Uth, both incluaive.
u. aa. dui " act , oeoreiary.
Th. aaenta of the aeveral atationa will fur-
ni.h (took bolder, with tree ticket, to ana
from th. uieetinf. ,.
It. u. eibiun, l reanwrer.
GRADUA1I of th. Watobmakeri' Aeai
emy of Bwitierland,
Practleal ratohaiak?r and Jawaler.
ar Pine Work a Br-ialty.-
Jl. 7a Urate klrcel, Mriuphla, Taaa
M, -1 J. Moans
iu. - Mi. -u-v uoMUm aaaa.
I ' 1 GOHMllM ill