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THE BUSUEiS I'KOSPJXT
'ew Railroads Under Constitution
tiond News I rom tbo Iroa, Coal,
Textile aid Utkt-r Industries.
Inncnx to tbi jrriAL.
rniLADkLreu, Pa., Koveniber 15 -
"Witrjin il Uii Hix days regular build
ing sjcbemes tf a eomewiiat gigantic
barachr have been u earthed, wn CD
if mLdertt k n ry capittl will create a
demand fur iron mid ft ul railwav
building rra'riil and lnaaber, and
wilt rpry likely sart pn'cta on the op
(trade during ti e at ring aud wnter.
Scheme a involving the construction of
no 1(89 thtn 7t)(X or 81XO nuiea 01 new
road have during that time been
poken of. The new linea will be con
airncted between Atlantic cor and
bftwern Chic so and St. Lauls, and
betwteo Obicauu and Oman, in ad'
dition to these luge proj cta tbere ara
number of (mlltrenterpiisei in
volvirjg tbe eina rucion in the aggre
gate of a Urge amount 01 murage in
the Middle and a few cf the Eastern
and Bontbirn States. The effect of
these announcements will be t stim
ulate tbe placing of contracts for early
dt livery on tbe patt of large con
sumers of iron and steel. Wiinin a
few days contracts bave bees placed
for 50,000 tons of st-el rails, for be
tween 200J and 4000 tons of bridge
' iron, and negotiations have been pend
ing this week fjr large supplies of for
eign materia', iccludiog machinery
and met at).
Tbe indoEtiial condition generally
throughout the country ia improving
day by day. Smaller manufacturirg
interesls aie taking tbe hint, and are
increis'iig their productions, with a
view of accumulating a heavy storks
as they feel it safe to carry. Another
UDtniblakable evidence of thin ten
dency is to be found in tbe fact that
liberal loan are now in process oi ne
gotiation between large Eastern finan
cial concerns and Wee turn borrowers.
The domand f jt machinery, especial
ly for mills, actorit s and mine.', has
assumed larger proportions during tbe
last few days, and Eastern and Sooth
western mining interests ara in tbe
market for a large su pply of additic n
al machinery to further minirig opera
tions in Borue of tbe new fields.
The anthracite cool trade lemains
Yery strong and rctive, and cars are
scarce, both onEtetera and Western
acconnt. The combination met this
we k in New York and decided net to
advance prices. A bituminous com
bination wis formed in Baltimore this
ie k with d view to advance prices
on tbeontraitt to be made next year.
Heretofore the compet tion between
five and six eompettng ccal fields have
The latest advices from the textile
and manrjf8C'oring establishments of
the new i-ng ar.d indicate a Irian in
flux of orders for lats wint&raDd early
spring, for woolen and wort-ted good,
for hesierr, and all kinds ot dreae
socd9. Tbe textile manufacturers
predict a remarkttbly busy winter i
all branches To all appe arances wool
has reached Us inchest p.int, and
reaction is probable. This faut will
timula e activity and strengthen con'
fidence. Notwithstanding tbebueioess
activity we have had the volume
would have been larger during the
past two weeis, Dot icr the aporehen
sion that prices wero advancing too
During the pa t week the influx of
orders it boots andeboes has been in
excrss of tbe average of tbe previous
weeas, ana snops are running full
Nearly ail our manufacturirg estab
lishments are m creating and improv
ing their motive tower by the pur-
i 1 : l v r .
cucco ui eii)-iiiea wju wacuinery OI en
The Inde combinations and comb!
nations of employers of labor are being
quietly effected without attracting
much notice. A wii daw glaes syndi
cate has baen formed to advance, or at
least to control, tr ces. The mnnu
facturets of bnildcs' material have
ale o combined in several lines. The
bonding trtue prospects for tbe com'
ing six months p' int ti a large and
more general employment of labo
than lant winter. Controllers of caol
Ul are filready nego iatTg for hrae
inventmenta in bnute and manufactory
Dunaing next year.
Tie combintitions cf employers
apaimt organized labor will aee.ume
very extensive proportions during tte
naton Bank Hlnlemcnta.
Boston, Mass., November 14 The
toilowirg table, compiled from specnl
aispitmt's to ths roil lrom the man
ager of tbe leading t earing houses in
me united o atcs, kives the grots ex
changes at each point for the week
ending November 13, 1888, and the per
coinages oi increase) or ate i eases as
compared with the grces exchanges of
iur corresponding wiekin8a:
New York, J704.572 224,- dec, 9.6.
Bo'ton. $K.479.2t8:' inc.. 2.7.
Philadelphia, $8 631,587; inc.; 16.2.
vnicago, o)8i i.uuu; inc., 55.7.
8t. Louis, 110.697 440: ire . 4.0.
San Francisco, tl3,l60,787;inc. 14.0.
.Baltimore, iz wB btil ; lnc , 8.5
Cincinnati, $ 10,30!),000; inc., 12 4.
NewOrleaae, S9,860,100; dec. 8.3.
P.ttaburg. 18,624,580; inc., 17.1.
Kansas City, J 6 739,390 ; inc., 32.6.
LouisvillK, $4,697,859; inc., 11.9.
Providence, $5 250 100; dec, 1.2.
Milwaukee, J4,425,0U0; inc., 10.3.
Omaha, $4,959 814; inc., 75.0.
Minneapolip, 4,867,383j inc., 6.1.
Danver, $3,932 113.
Galveston, $1,777.733 ; inc., 4.2.
Detroit, $3,643,538 ; inc , 12 6.
Cleveland. $2,844141; inc., 27.9.
Indianapolis, $2,400,000; inc , 47.1,
Memphis, $i!,7ii4 544; inc., 34.7.
Columbns, $1,49,S62; inc., 142 L
Hartford, $1,693,409; dec, 9 3.
New Haven, $1.207,091 ; inc., 8.3.
Peoria, S9J6,518; tnc, 84.3.
Portland, $1.120 001); dec, 5 5.
Springfield, 912,890; inc., 6 2
St. Joseph, $197,630; inc., 68.8.
Worcester, $854,026; dec, 3 3.
LdwoII, J594.S53; inc., 18.8.
Syracuse, If 693.242; inc, 26.8.
Totals. $135,573.188: dec . 4 4.
Outsiae ef tfew York, $331,000,964;
Denver not included in totals; In
dianapolis partly estimated.
"Oaur Baby's First Tear,"
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information ; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of i cent stamp.
Address Reed A Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building. New York City.
Tbe Lul Vmtrttmf Check.
St. Lovis, Ma , Nnvembei 15. A
special from Dallas, Tex , jays: Prob
hly the leet check in existence on
the Confederate Slates of Americi
was exhibited ypsteiday by Co1. J. F.
Caldwell, of Una city. It is an inter
esting relic of the war, and is a check
for $30,000, drawn on the Confederate
States Dnpoeito y at Colnmbua by
Wm. Oill.SBie, Quartermaster, in
favor of Col. T. San.nrd. It is dated
April 14 10), five dsys after the eur- I
r ne'er of L e. Tde cl etk was del v-
t-rcd in Col. Ca'dwe 1, who was tbo
CtiitfCekof the Depository during
l e DiOTfDifli i I'rm Al' bam ti Ueor-
ga b.fo e the vic'( riom Fede'al cav-
a ry. Ihe letter wai del vi red in the
w icds and b"feru the news of L e's
enneoderh d reecLed the ittre.ttin
A BUAKUISU HOUSE lit AG EOT.
Hcvraa Iloarrtrr tlgut neeperately
Jvrr a t'bickva.
New Yobk, Noeniherl5. A board-
rig houm at No. 69 (Lden et eet,
eark,ia kept by John 11. Witteo,
wooiiii-o inns a bar, whiehsvine,
who weichs bout 2.'i0 pounds, l as
charge of the hcue. There are eight
male boirdeis. Seven of the Losidora
w-re at the ttblalait ntkht and Mrs.
Wit en waj busy nt a eide table pre
paring some water create) when a
riast chicken was placed on the cu;
per table. Immediately one of the
boarders reached over, and, sell ng
the low), placed it on nia plate. In
d gnant remonstrance arose, but the
appropiiator of the lonely fowl an
nouoccd his intention to hold on to it
There were three additional chickens
in the kitchen ready for the table, but
be'oie the landlady could interpose a
word the boarders arose from their
seats, and, seiirg knives and
crockery, a general fitiht brgan, some
attacking the man with the fowl, and
others defending him. Mrs. Wi ten
screamed and ran from the room to
call, her husband, who, with
g eat discretion, remained on guard
over the property bemna the bir. in
the fight the table was overturned.
and the crockery and food were scat
tered about and trampled to frxg
meats. A telephone call was sent fur
thepolic. who arrived in fifteen mm
utes. All but two of the combatants
had left the house. Tnomas Camp
bell was found with agjsb four inchts
long cn his neck, tanking from his
left ear to his wind pipe. He was
bleedine ba lv. John Welsh had a
bad cut on bis head from sjnae Usiru
menr, both his eyes were doted and
his face had been pounded until it
was a mat a of bruises and cuts. The
other boaidets who escaped ate said
to be m. re or less battered. The din
ing room was a complete wreck, even
the table being broken into frag'
Dlaaatlifled Willi Ml Superiors.
Chicago, III., November 14. A
special from El Paso, lex . published
here this morning Kays: Ou March
2sth, last, Gen. Crook telegraphed
ueu. Hheridan lrom near baa tier-
nardino, Mex., that the only proposi
tion that the hoatiies would entertain
was that they should be eent East for
not exceeding two years with iheir
families; that they suould all return
to the reseivattcn upon the eld status.
or that ttey should return to the war
pith. Uen. Uroolc accepted their sur
render rjp jn the fi st proposition and
telegraphed, tor instruct. one. Uen.
Sneridan rep ied that the President
could not ascent to tbe terms atd in-
s.ructed Gen. Crook t renew negotia
tions for uncobdi iooal enrrender. On
April 1st, in reply to a teteiiram from
Gen. Sheridan diaapprovmg bia plans,
Uen. Crook answerej that tie believed
lis plan was the most likely to suc
ceed in the end. He concluded: "It
may be, however, I am too much
wedded to my own views in this mat
ter, and as I have spent nearly eight
years ot tbe Hardest woik ot say lite
in this depaitment, I respectfully re
quest that I may be relieved from its
These tacts have been received from
an autboriative source.
The Hlkaourl lalalatnre.
St. Louis, November 14. The latest
mtormation from the office of the
Secretary of State is to the effect that
the next Legislature will stand:
Hou'e D. mocr.ts, 88; Rtpublic)ns,
50; Union Labor, 2. Senate Demo
crats, 34 ; Republicans, 10. This gives
me uemccrats a m; I'iriiy on joint bal
lot of 50. The vote on tbe SUte ticket
is not yet complete, nor have full re
turns if the Congressional dis'.ric syet
One or the First to Vac: It."
Bladoic Fprinqa. Ar.i.. JinnirWlS. IRRil.
Aoid Iron Krlh Company:
Gkntlekkn Over twelve mouths
ago I was eufldiitg greatly from indi
gestion. I ha 1 not eaten a meal in
over a month that did not causa me
trouble for several hoora. When I
commenced taking the Acid Iron
Lirlh I took my first doee immedi
ately before eating a very hearty
o nner and nai not a symptom cf in
digestion. It also ac'ed finely on my
ltver, which was very torpid at the
time, acting if s a gentle laxative and
Clearing my complexion, l wes one
of tne first to me the Acid Iron
Earth and prescribe it for my patients.
I find it invaluable after breaking up
emus, as it win prevent tneir return.
also contider it one of the finest
SAM FRISBTB, M. D.
The Mobile and olil.'a Mt. l.onla Ian
8t. Louia. Mo., November 15. The
woDiie ana unto rauroau Lai tarn-
rilated all its arrannementa for full
facilities at and connecting with the
anion depot in this city. The first
train to enter the city nndpr tbe new
order of tbini were tbe Mobile and
wewu-ieans express, which crossed
the bridge and ran into the city last
night. All trains will hereafter start
lrom and arrive at the union depot,
ana iuib roaa win oenceiortn be on a
par with all other lines which enter
Wnld Rot Be Without It.
MoBti.l, Ala., February 18, 18
Aotd Iron Earth Company:
iBNTLKMKN I have been nurTurinc
far years with dyspepsia, and after
trying even thing I onld hear of.
williniil T , V. n.. V. V 1 .J
ni.uuuv tuii. a muugu, a. WUUIU J( I V O
ine izcac; Acia iron tirtti a trial.
After taking two bottles I find mvpelf
aim obi eni reiy enrea. wy little girl,
only 11 years old, was taken wiih a
sevre sore throat. I trid several
remedies, which ailed to ease her.
man resorted to Acta Iron Earth.
which cared her immt-diatelv. after
gargling twice, i would not be with
out ic in tbe house. Respectfully
MRS JAMKR M AOTU
Re.ld.riee a. Madison St., Sd a. Uoaoeptioa
rirrsBDBo. Pa.. Hovemhr is
Michael Davitt. tne fonnilnr nf th
Land Leagae. arrived hers thi mnm.
log from tne West, lie was met at
tbe depot by eDmmittee of Irish citi
zen", woo es"orted htm to the Hotel
Anderson. T might he will ha tn.
deied a reception at L Fayette Hall.
The Kara 1-1 ail Usrer Dead.
1i?UI8VILL, siv , November 14. A
pecial aiyi: L er.ie Dwyer, the well
oown iaie mare, the DDnertw nf Eil
CorrfKan, died at Lsiing'on today, of
poeamonia. bhe had bean out of
lorm dur.ng the past teas on, r-.;.
TIIE1K RELATIONS VERY
a Re'nlt of the Poem i f Pr. Oi
ver Wendell Holmes and the
Speech of Lin ell.
Nw York, November 15. Tb
schism whii h s"etu defined to sliak
the reluioni betaeea Harvard and
Princeton a a reeu't of the ioem of
Dr. Oliver Wendm! II lmrs and t!
utteancts o' James Kussdl Lowell on
the occasion of Harvard's celebration
a week e g, wai brought to the a'.ten
tion of Dr. Holmes last evening. He
deem ed to be int.-rvieaed, but, ovor
biaown Rigosture, in a letter to the
editor, of the B et n Post, he eaye
To the Editor of tin Boston Pui;
fc'ia The oily reference t1) Trince
ton in my poem was these two lines,
Whlcn were written and lead exactly
as they aie found in the printed copy
puonenea witn tne AUanixe Jlonuuy
"O'erPrineat.a'a aanda the far rcfleotiona
Whara miihtr Edwardi itimptd hli iron
The "at ara" in the newspaper copv
of extracts were only to separate the
independent paragraphs, unlesi some
of the papers mv have seen fit to
s rike out lines which thevchosito
leave out for rei s )ns of ' heir own.
cannot believe that the excellrnt and
venerable President of Princeton
would take offense at tte eueeestion
mat a lay ct renection of aravfrom
Harvard, which liehted the first torch
in tne wilderness, and has certainlv
Deea one oi toe centers oi Ulunina
... .... -
tioo for two ceniunta ud a half, bat
biena-a wita ine cner lights which
m ado fil nceton brdlianty conepicu
ous among our edu ational irstitu
lions. Tbe "sands" of New Jersey
weieonly a geological reminiscence of
recent visit to that Slate, and refer
eoce to kdwarda ws intended to
typily the profound impress which
that extra jrdiaary man left on
the intellectual world in which he
moved, and over which be still exerts
ac ommaudingtcu lence Ynnra truly,
A World carrefpondent aiid to Dr.
McCoah yesterday : "Doctor. I wish to
ask yon a few questions about your re'
uemviBii k tiarvaru.
"Well." he said, "the naoBr b
James ttusseil Lowell was a very
beautiful and a very wise one. He
urged tbe same objections that I had
done against the indiscriminate elect
ive Bystm of Harvard, and the omis
sion of Greek as a solij-ct required in
order ts comer de is. A. and M.A. de
Was there not a peculiar reference
to Princeton in Dr, Holmes's poem 7''
"I hearj what he sa d, bnt of cotirsi
I did not take it don n. I am anxious
to have an antht nticated leccrd of
what he ta d about Princeton in his
poem, but until I do I am not pre
pared tj say ony thing."
"Was not frincet n enubued in the
1 have written to th secreta-v of
Harvard Uaiversity, but am not pre
pared to iiive that letter at present to
the public, as I hope that explana
tions will be given which shall e'ear
up the whole subject. I did not ex
pect or wish a degree for myself, as I
got an LL D. from Harvard when I
came to this country ; bat I did lather
think it strange when degrees were
ecit'ered to the colleges arcund us
to Yale, Columbia, Pennsylvania and
Johns Hopkii , six to Yale, three or
four to Columbia that no honor was
bentowed nn any member cf Princton
College. I have reported to tbe pro
fessors here, and find they are bear
ing it calmly, and believe that the
public will understand it."
The lines in Dr. Holmes a poem
which caused the venerable president
of Princeton College to leave the Har
vard clebration and stake the dut
of Cambridge from his feet are as fol
lows: "Ai oneo of old from Mt'i lofty hiirht,
The flaiuinr runiil flashed aoron trie niiht.
8i Uarrard'a btaooD iheda its unnnnt rya
Till every watoh toxer thowa its kindlinf
Caught lrom a spark and fanned by every
A briihter rrtdinnoe K'lds the roof o' Vale:
Aniherst and Williams bid their fluinbeau
And Unwiioin answers through her troves of
O'.r Princeton's sands the far reflections
Whero mighty Edwards stamped hla iron
Nay, on the hill whore old beliefs were
Fast as if Styx had girt them nine times
Bursts suoh light that trembling souls In
If the whole churoh of Calvin is on fire.
Well mny they aek. for what so brightly
Asm drv erecd that nothlnir ever InnrneT
Thu link by link is unit the II-inina cliain
lot by the torch of Harvard's hallowed
Pitt bobq, Pa., November 36. For
the flrr-t time in several vears there is
no strike of aoy consequence in Pitts
burg or the suriounding district.
Every furnace, iroomill, g'asi factory,
tannery, oleomargarine factory, foun
dry, rooper sbop, oil distillery and
other factory ia iu foil operation, and
if the coal mines are not running it is
lor want of water, not 01 orders. La'
bor leidtrs claim that tbere is a larger
proportion of the workingmen of
Pittebnrg employed at the prrsent
t'tne man in any otner city in the
Union. They attribute the absence of
strikes principally to the Introduction
ol natural gas, and inn government of
.1 ! f 1 I , . .
iiib woraiugmeu ox iuib loca ltv DV
sliding or yearly scales.
T Err la Haimass,
Bat It ll positively Inezonsable to administer
or take narootlcs or potent sedatives to re
lieve intranuility of ihe nervea, tbe easily
discoverable cause of whioh is simply Indi
gestion. Hoetetter's Stomach Bitters is the
remedy iadioated when the nervous system
is weak, and consequently snper-semitlrs
and unrane.ull. tiraced and quieted by thia
superlative lonio, the system obtains need
ful repose at night, dyspeptic qualms cease
to disturb the stomach, and mental Inquie
tude dlsappeara. The habit of body becomes
regular, the liver and kidneys ara health
fully atlmulat d. and brdilv or mentnl ex
ertion ceases to be a wearisome and dilioult
tnk Neuralgia, rneamatlsm and malarial
disorders, aaa kidney troubles, are entirely
eradicated by thia matchless invigorant
Cincinkati, O., November 14 The
American Opera Company, whoso en
gagetnnt occurs Thanksgiving week,
h'B (20,000 advance sale on season
tickets. The sale of tickets fir single
Dights opens tomorrow. Belore 9
o'clock tonight a line was formed for
tomorrow's sals wh'ch promises to be
nest LIUKKAL, VrrKB '
Tas Voltaic Bklt Co., MBrshalL
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Eloctrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in scaled envelope with full
particulars, nuuL'ed free. Write them
at once. ixjfflSi 28
A Common Cold
la often the beginning of si rious a(To
tions of tlio Throat, r.niiuliiul Tubes,
aud Lungs. Therefore, the imiHirtaui-e of
early and efi'octive treatment ciiniiot bo
overestimated. Aver'a . In t ry l'eetonil
niny always be relied upui fur Hip apeedy
cute of a Cold or Cough.
I.aat Jnnuarv I was attaeVod with
severe Cold, which, by lietrlei t and fre
quent expostircn, iK'came worse, ltnullv
u ltllmr on my lun.i. A ten ible emi.
anon followed, aeeonipanieit lv )mins iu
He etiest, rroiu wha-li i suuereu nileiisely.
Aftr tijiut; various rt'iucdica, williout
olitnitiliii; relief, 1 rniiiun ne d taking
Ajer a cucrry I'ectorai, ami was
I am atitlsfled that till remeily suved my
inc. juc. insier, 1 uiekei, u. I.
I contracted a severe rM, which end
tleuly ilevelopetl Into rnetiimniia, prenent
In ilunireroua and obstinule k nipluiiiK.
Jly pliyiclelun at ouee ordered the ue vt
jiycra nerry i eeioi.ii. nn invirtietioii'
Were followed, and the result V!in i riiiiu
and pcrninnent ctire. H. I:. tiiiiiiou,
ltogcra Prairie, Texas.
two yenra apo I annerrn iroin a severe
t old which eetlleit on my Luiih. j eun
aulted variotia physlelaiiK, ami took the
medicines thov nreavrlbed, hut rwelved
only U'lnimrary relief. A friend indiieet
tne to try Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. After
taking two bottles of tliia medicine was
cured. Since then I nave (riven the l'eo-
tural to my children, aud cousuler it
The Best Remedy
for Cold, Coughs, and all Throat aud
l.unr iHe;i!ies. ever used In niv fmnllv.
Itobcrt Vaudorpool, Aleiulville, Pit,
Some time ana I took a alieht Cold.
.,!.!. .k 1...:.... I . I
VTiiit u, iviii m'Kin u, ri ' nuiie, rum
aettled on my lun. I hud n liiu:king
courIi, aud waa very weak. Tlioae who
knew mo best considered my life to be
Iu great danger. I continued to suffer
until I commenced uaing Aver'a Cherry
Pectoral. Less than one bottle of thla val
liable medicine cured me. and 1 feel that
owe the preservation of niv life to Its
curative powers. jura. Ann l.ockwood,
Akron, lew York.
Ayer'a CheriT Tcctorttl is cnn-iiilered.
here, the one ereat remedy for all diecusca
of the tlironl aud lung's, ami la more
In demand than auv other niedii ine of its
class. J. F. Hobeits, Mai'iiulu. Ark.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
fraparad hy Dr. J. Oyer k Ce., Lowrll, Max.
'(old by Ijrugglsu. 1'rlce fl: su Wuln. gk,
Child Birth Easy!
The time baa come when the ter
rible aaonv ol this eritienl eriod in
woman's li o pan be avoided. A dis
tinguished nhynioian, who spent 44
yetri in this branch of practice, left
to cbiM bnaring wnutaa this legacy,
Tna Mcithuk'b Kiiknd. and le'ay
there are thousands ef wouien wha,
having used this remeiy before eon
finemcnt, rise up and sail his name
bleated. We oan prove all weelalm
by living witne-ses.and aryone Inter
ested oan call, i. r hare their husbands
do so, and eee the o iginal letters,
which we oannot publitb.
AH druggists sell it. For particulars ad-
refS UaADnai.D Rbuulatok Co.,
Ail inta, Oa.
Cun Diseases of
Worses, Cattle, Sheep
DOG8, IIOG8, rOULTKY,
In nae for over 20 yenra y l'ttftuors.
Mockurccuors, llorso K. it., io.
Used by U. 8. Covornmont.
S- STABLE CHART t
Mounted on Rollers A Book Mailed Free,
Ilnnii!irrt's'Mril. Co., KM) Fullon St., R.T.
L7, m il,
mm SPECiFiC No
i.i ii am id i. 'urn. i n on t Rtirnftasi'M romrtiv lor
ervous Debilitv, vital Weaknri,
l p r vial, nrfi vmieaml larre vial piMwU'r. i
Sol. o nv llnliiiii ih'1"m. nrai'Ul mml nni'l o.i u-ee
Oriiie. llniiiibrT,.' Ili'illrlaeCo., lott f uili.n M..
W. N. HALDJLMAN,
President of the Oreat LOUISVILLK C0U
AlKK-JODKJNAii W.. tells woat
he knows of
Wintersmith'g Chill Cure.
Orrica or tbi Coratna-JouaaAL,
Dr. WittnnithMri 1 waive a rule I have
observed for many years, the value of your
remedy prompting me to say, in reply to
your reiiuost, what I know of your Chill
Cure. 1 he private assurances of its efiloao
I had. and the good results of its clients
had observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for more than nttcen years, had leentore'
man ot my office. Induoed me to teat it in
my family. The results have been entirely
satisfactory. Ite nnt eus. was ol two
years' standing, in which I believe every
known remedy nad seen tried with tempo
rary relief the chills returning periodically
anil with seemingly InoreaceJ severity.
Your cure brok. them at onoe, and there hsa
been no recurrent, of th.m fur mora than
six months. The oth.r case was oi a milder
form, and yielded more readily to otner
remedies ; but tbe ohllls would return at in
tervals until your medicine was used, sinca
which time, now several months, they bava
entirely disappeared, rrom the opportu
nity I have had toiudge. I do nut hesitate to
express my belief thatyoor Chill Cure is a
Valuable spectrin, and perlorms all you
promise for It. Keapectfully,
W. m AAI.DEMAftT.
ARTHFR PETER k CO.. Agents, Loula-
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iroa Roofln :
Flrei, Wlwd, Water I laihtsslns
proof. Sulubi. for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimates a I factory ratal
all on or address
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD Mf O CO.,
438440 Main at., and 21 A S3 Mulberry it,
Headquarters for Iron Fences andCraatlnr,
Walvaniied Iron Cornice. Tin Rcois stove.
KtLTU lat nrKAIrtl.-Oa. K. O.
Wmt', Neava aid Bati laaaTaagr,
a guaranteed ipeciflc for JJysterla, Diisi
ness, Convulslonse, Fits, Nervoui Neural-
Eia, Headache. Nerc-s Prostration, caused
y the us. of alcohol or tobacco i Wake
fulness, Mental Daprasslon, Setening of the
Brain, resulting in Insanity and lea Ing to
misery, decay and death; Premature o.d
Age, Barrenness, Lous ol Power in either
Involuntary Losses and Hiwrrnator
rhea, obdi i 1 by orer-exertlon ol the brain,
self-abuse oroverlndulgenoe. Kach bog con
tains una lnontl, i. traatuient. 11 a box, o
sig boxes for , sen' tit mail prepaid, on
reoeipt of .nee. We cu&rcm e Hix boxes
to cure any case. With each order reooiveit
ky as lor sis boles, aomimpadied wit II,
we will send the purchaser our written
guarantee to retuad to. money It the; i.at
ment do., -ot .fleet a cure, tluarant.es
Issued onlv k A. HaNKKUT inn.. yTUM.
gisu. Memphis, Tenn. f 'fl il-lf
NOVEMBER lfi, 188(5.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Street, t Memphis. TeMK
FOUN DRY & MACHINE DEPT.lttOto 174 Adams St Hemphlr
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
Bsi1aa, sjj -aw-Hllla,
l . j.'tLJrr.VwJL
(BnsoMsora in this lanartment to JOUR MANOOUI.)
aarWrltens for InformsHon on ANY THINO tn elthev line.
AASXBW 8TBWAET, Haw Orlawna.
WholesaleGrocers, Cot, Factors
O. KM AND SOS FBOHT vrjUSEX. BLUCFfflU, TEJXA.
STEYART BROTHERS b. COUPMY
COTTON FACTORS AND C0XIISSI0N UJUlLiMTS,
RRV OULKA1VN. f.OriaIHA.
J. A. BAILIY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
IETLnTIJSiCLIIEJIESISS. tS ,
33G Second (Street, 9Ieinphi(i.
A LAR9B ANb 0OMPLETB STOCK OF
XX Materials. Pumps. Drive Well., Iron,
0. 0. HIM.
J. T. FARGASON & CO,
SS9 Troat Street, lleinplila, Tentk.
Oattsa eeaslgaed it as will have ear aanfal attention. We carry al all tlaaaa a wad
aaleeted itaek el
Staple & Finey Groceries, Wines, Llquortjob&cts & Cljira
SUGGS & FETTIT
GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
2GO and 22 front Nt., MeinplilH. Tenn.
A. YACOABO & Co
VHOLESMiE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Noe. 178 AND JSO FRONT STREET. MEMPim
J, T. LPRAD.
Late J. T. LaPrade Co.
No. 301 Front street,
-Havlna retired from the Saddler, end Unrests bnslness and opened an offioa as above,
we are pleased to announce to our friends and the public generally that we are now prepared
to serve thern tn our new capacity. Returning thanks for the very liberal patronage at
tended ns In tba old line, wa trust to merit and reoolve a share of yonr favors In the new.
CoHon Factors, Uholesalo Grccore.
TI: 11 UhIaii Street,
M. 0. PIARCI.
M.O.FEARCE & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Horchs,
No. aSOZFROITT stheet mcsxphis, tenn-
ws'sxexVxesxeeww1a-s' MfW r.rr -a . eW. , . ... - J-ajghj . saseSaaMak M
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
f i mmrires
DEPT. 22 and 228 Second 8f,
! it ATT GI1VCO.
Dnnlel lrt( otlou Ulna,
FKKDKR8 AND CONDKN8KR1J,
N MILKY, N9I1TII A COn
Pratt Elltao Haillar JIa, fewl
f ra avnl Ulsa Mrsmlrvr,
98 to 104 1'oplar Mt., Memphis.
ar Pratt Revolving-Head Olns una
qualed. titock now oomplete. Prloes
redueed. Uorresiiondenoe ana oni.ri
loliciUd. Old Uins Kenalred in Rirst-
lasnrd . All work guaranteed.
I AHDKSr? D. aWTNlTDi, MaurpM
. I. WITT.
PLUM1IKRH, f)A8 AND 8THAM FITTER
l.eao) ami -itone floe, "as Future., Humes.
E. A. FARKBft.
& Cotton Factors,
Lata with J. f . Lal'rade A Co
i t JHempbis. Tenn.
JOHN' L. MoCLKLLAN.
m mill tQ rnl irft4
1)1.. D. IS. JOliNSOXM
.No. 17 Jefferson Nlroet,
(etweso Main and Frost.) HCMruJi.
intaM!ahd In lrV).!
I JR. JOHNSON l acknowledged byallpar
1 ties interested ae by tar rhe most sie-e-)?ful
ihvni,Mn Id the treatnientof iirivati
or errot dieies. Qmok, tra anent ouret
KUurnntM-d iu every case, male or fr-i-ale.
nei-Mit oftre vf iloriorrbeii and Syhiiii
dire I in a I' w lis without the u of mer
cury, change ol diet ur hindrane. from
hUMiiaaa. Secondnry hyi hills, the last vea
tii.eeradii'ated with'ittrie ne. of luaroury.
lovolunsiiry loss o eireo stooped In short a
tune. Suftorers troni ioiotency or loss of
eximl pi wars re.'ore to tree v nor in a few
weeks ieiiuis ol ssll-ahuve and .loassivw
venory, ruB'eritig IV.iim siiermatorrhea nd
lossof I'hy iiciil nod menul nnaer, speedily
and periiisneot'y cured, l'.irt'dular att.n
lion paid to the Lii-i-ane' of W omen, and
cures suaranteed. H and old sores eared
without tbe ate of miustic or rhe knuc. AU
einsultt'ons strletly iwt.Udenllal. M.dl
eines sent by .iprees to all parU ol toa
ai-W orkinirmen enred at half th. nn
rates, liflic. hours troui a o'e'oek a.m. to
o'clock p.m. 1). s. JOHNSON. M.D.
Is engaging one agrtcaltaral eora-
Measra. K. U. CKAIU CO., Not.
7ytnd S9 Union street, H.msihta, Teoo
are daily In receipt ef
porta oa growth In diversified ererwing
oorn, oats, wheat, rye, barley, cereals, and
orchard, herds, clover, tall meadow oat
rraji and timothy srass
All our wornout sedge lands Btay bet re
claimed by sowing rye and clover oa there la
fall or spring, or sowing cow-peaa in May,
Jane or July, then turn under, and
Improve the land.
H. . C'il.tlis at CO.,
Agricultural Impleaienta and Seed DeaLrtv
Ash yotnt sntntlnr for Pn Orlirlnal S3 Hhooi
l-'WfMiitif IiiiImi tuna. -4
Rone Ocnatur uulcaa li-iuiug thlaK.tnmnv
JAME0 MEANS' $3 SHOE.4
Hiulc lu Hut ton, CortiTf hh nt t1 B-nt fy
li iti. lM0ii4'llCi;ill ihtntm
im ivitl t'ri.itf yon Inf inn
Hoiiliowtau-1 tuvn Mho ta
luu t-uiioui 'Vufi-iUiry.
J. Iloans & Co.,
vs. l wntwri Bia
'ii. aa. lhaatiin llflsTsfc'
Svo. : I
Thftf .It.aaa LA n1 tllwhOT 111 (hfl frtf TnUfttlOtl Ct
Wmrra tlmn any vtUvr In ttm rtrUl. Tho
ntidn who woiurli rVlUtoU jou (U rwuua If yu
J. W. VOEQEU & CO,
4UM lraa Kartk.
!l a i It
PLEASANT TO THE
THE GREAT ipB 7 ' Z
Wr Oyeppaln,nll ileiaiinueuU
( the) Dlsjr.tlve Orgnu ud tha
Hver, Skin Oi.ea.ea. t ut., Uurns,
Boalda aaa llrnl.ee. ACIIs IKR
All I II la m apo lllo.
athastsnatlain, Klalarlnl Dl.wr
tfera, Olsronlo ninrrhma and afca
atlnata caa.a of Blood Poleonlaafe
yield wlitaoat fall to It
fail aearaUva aavar.
Aasa tor tnso oosnipSiitaa, sgaadl
I sail dealers ct await, yaaryaal.
from iba . I. v., mMlo, AJsa.
price, rTFrr cents.
FOR SALE BY ALL ORUQQISTS.
At WholFMilfl bv VAN VI.KCT& ( O.
VjnAILVKE having been made ia the pay-
1? lUCLt ol the indntltednnit. aenureil in
t'usl deed irsde by 0. ,M. PuiUrtt and wife.
Kate l'advett, on tliu in of March, IM,
sua roi-nruoi in u.ok i.io, page .;-', ol tna
IUgister's oflloe of Khelbr ooiuit
iirsuanceol the power tberoiu ooa-
feirsd, I will, on
Nalnrilay, Ksirrobsr llo. IS a. mi
between 12 o'oloi'k m and I o'i'look ii.in. , at
the southwe.t oorner of JVIain and MudisoB
atroots, in the oity uf Memphis, Tonn., sell
to tlio highest bidder, for oush, tliK lulluwlng
traots of land, lying and heirs in IVetdenta
Island, in r-holliy tomity, Tuaoo-jee, and
bounded as follows i
lissinnin u at the southwest oorner of atUfl
anre trsit In tbe inline of V. Person; thenoa
north 17 chains and lit links to a alike with
hox elder, pawpaw and hirkury pointers;
thotiro wt.it W nli iiiis to an ash sapliug wita
two large Cottonwood point, rsj tiinice south
24 ctinliis to a stake in tlio niniith of i ravine
on tlio bank ol the ohulo, wi h wiiluw, cot
tunwiicd and sycamore rointur-: uu-nce up
the chute with its nioanilqrtous 'i'l cLains to
the unsmiling, oonuining 40 .icrns. Also,
one otlirr trnct, on si. id island, bounded s
IiiIIkws : Uii:inriiug nt a box oldor in irked V,
on the enxt I... nk ol the main bi-itn.-h ol the
Misturippl rivort thenoe itnwn (aid rivsr5J
cliiuns to Hi" extreme point ol said inland;
tlioice nnrtti fi' eat up the n cuut. l'i
oliiiin. to the eiuitern line of said trad, mili
citod by ceJur posts; tbenre due mirth 45
chains to a ntnko in the southwest onrnor of
a iHitJ-i n ere trunt in the iiatnnof Kuheri i.'um
niii.s; titetioe duo wost to ihe bsginmnit. oon
tuiningtu aoros said two traota onntiiinine
Theeiiultyof redemt'tinn, horne.tead and
dower oxor.s'ly wutved and title bslieved to
be gsod, but I soil as trustee on'y.
n m. A. uui.li if.tl. Trustee
Mlj r A victim
dence, causing Prematura Deoay, Nervoua
l)ebility, l,ot Manhood, etc. having tried
In vain every known.rerueiiy, hsa discovered
a simple sell. euro, which he willseud FHh
oi his follow sulTorers. Address
O J. jMHOw.
Post OfTioe Pox SIW. New Vork 'lty.
"Lonslcn" Troussr Stretcher
VII f 7 Patented in Kurope and Unl
sjxlj, ItedStates. Hole Affoisla 1st
a....... -.,- - n,r ceicorai.9"
John llauiilton A (Jo. Stretch
er, 'fuses hNuaina; out of
fcnex. re.itores pantaloon to
original shape. Only patented
stretcher oumhlniug screw rod
m combination with olarapu
All others Inlriniteiiionts,
Original and on y alrelt'ba
fr al.llrt.l-M'n tatiM It.
Su rns securely packed. Price f2 5o. Writs
lor oirculars. Aventa wanted in every nity,
M W MMttONHA S O , Ho.tMlt.Sf H.
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