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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THTJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1884.
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SHOULD
I
pmte Eton
3fl Btoreii Uiubr One Root!
Tailors and Importers, 38 IJadison,
i.rioin Inaawiioa of Ihelr uritalad
r i-.n .-d Wlaiar. eemnrlalnar all tne
Prices aa reasonable aa thoee or nnr Flral-rlaaa Tailor la tbe United Stale.,
arKamplet ea applleallon to thoae whe have left mcaaarea. "
W Keinrmbrr, It la Moaouy to sret the treat.
AMUSEMENTS.
EVERY EVENING,
(EXCEPT ICHBAT)
COMMEA CISQ AT 4 O'CLOCK,
Weatber permlttlair. Tho beat people
ride every evening;. VIEW tbreo snllea
dp aud down tbe river.
A ORAM) ritOSPECT!
Twonly-fl rot love tlie WiiiT.
a. Beat quality of WhiU Wine and Cldor Vine
rar, Lsurel Leaves, Celery Seed, Mustard Seed,
While Ginger, Ciovos, Mco, Cinnamon, All
spice, Whole Mlsed EniotgU difforent kinds in
the mixture nico for picklea.
' taCWAKS FOB rKEHEBTIXO Granu
lated, Cut, A and fellow Clarified. -
raiNK tlDDaLL'B aOAF.
J. r. DUCKHAM & CO.
DKS.
A. WESSON &
UEJvTTISTS,
No. S4.5 JSInln Street.
USS UVIBTOXi J.
10. N. UBOiVBKOl
OVERTON & GROSVENOR,
ileal Estate Dealers
AGHSTS AND BROKEKS,
OIHCE, 264 SECOIJU ST.,
B. rr, Boosaid aad Court,
JEEarilW, : TE55ESSEE.
REAL KSTATS BOUGHT AKD SOLD, TASKS
PnW, Kent. Colle-ie4. etc., en Cowmlaaien.
D1.P.Y.WESS0N,
DENTIST,
Zio. SIS Hal a
Street.
Over Levy's Trunk Store.
fSr All Kind of (void Work a Specialty.
MTi&AJS'JSL . SCIIUMAJT
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
All kinds of Ammonitien. Fine Pocket Outderv,
Soiasora, Fihing Tackle, boinea, NeU, etc. 8ie
nnlly aolivte.l fine llM-nmeileM and Hammer
Hunt. 4IS saalu at., Nnpala, Venn. Man
ulactnring and repairing done in lirst-clasa sua
Tin. r'Tl'-o-li'tnn ai.pliratiJIVlepjwjNOjJ
SHEA & McCARTHy, Propr's,
140, 142, 144 Front st, Ksmpfcis
OJTRCP THE LARGEST BOILER SHOPS IS
the feouih, and the only complete Boiler and
eiieot-'ron Worka in the eity. Hauursslarsrs
et hmt plitle tran-vtorls or every e
rrlptaua. .Sreclai attention givoa to plaata-
Aa el. & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DB 4 LERS TN
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition
AAD riSUlXtt TACKLE.
No. 317 Main Street, Memphis.
TUK largest and best assortment In the eity.
The trade supplied lit the 1,-we't pricea.
U. 13. FAKblKR.
d. W.PARKER.
a B. PARKER & SON
Rental Agents
' AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS
285 Main Street.
8'
3PEC1 At attention given to the rental depart-
a. Close eoiieouoBS anacpr.sapis.uje-
tnenn xrill our motto.
J. G. SCHMIDT t SON,
(bncoos.or to J. O. Schmidt),
3-5 "t WtIS STREET-Wholesale aad retail
"-d..ierin bn, AaamanUlon, t-'lau-
( Tsrkie, klectri. Bells a"d Aanuuoiatrs
lor 11'it.ls and Hmismm, Burglar and Fir
l'roof bases opened and repaired. Electric sen
tries always on hand. Repairing done and war
mnri"! K-ed tns eht.lrtle and pH-list.
Paradise Sash Lock.
PERFECT fiKCr RTTY AND VENTILATION
oomhined. The simplest, met durable and
riracticsh!. now in ure. No loose, crooked keys
in -rr in a h.iVe. PAR AIXSK.
RCSIBEXCrS, FARMS & STOREHOUSES
rOKBESTOR StLE,
I AM offering, on liberal terma, moat deeirable
prprlyin West Tennoaae.. At Withe bta
tinn, miles from Memphis, on L. and N. R.U.,
on. tars. ri'.!ence wilh 7rooms: .ueatorehouae,
sit tr.l 4wb l,.ta and parctls of lacd. At Atoka
vt ,n. on the C, U. and 6. W. iUK., ii miles
froA lempltiA, sen rehouse, cottaarus and dw.ll
ini;s, a.'t in ttrst-elus repair, wilh all necessary
C(,nvcQi,.Hces. Ah, a new livery stable and drag
storo. i or irr.s wishing to secure small farns
' fi.r the euluv-Ufin of cottoa, arrain, fruits, veg
tsbli, eic, for .he Memphis or Norther r
keu.lamnfiering ,-wecial indueemeata in Utile
). 0, o and no acre trails.
. i i-r-Jr tj-arta. ronining luO, asi. w. ,(!
and 5.. a-Ties-ali of wbicJr";'" aWsd improvt-
Wim, coUatry, i.er User, are 5 sohooU
J v v.l,.ATTFS. AtnVa, T.JL
"SCK.KT-CAril .f (iu,,, Uatramenta. Find.
L er wiU a lav bx Mai
lata
ireet
-V'v. K.,
M. PAIli.
TORK A bay horse. Ua,B4 h- . .
1 n iKKshouuore4 SJof
' leitbii d bo.., ana a very UiJ
rcwara of Hi tor bs ' r" iv U 1
ler Coaster
itin
R
VISIT
iteck of Imported Olotlxas
latent DMlgai In Uentleraen'a Wear.
ACCTI05 SALES.
KOTICE.
OFFICE of Publio Administrator, Memphis,
Tenn., Sept. 12. 1SS4.-I will, as Adminiatra
nf tha ..tKtA nf Mra. Jane E. Boatick. dec d.
nller for aale the rnoda aud chattela belonging to
h.reatau, on XUESUAK, the 23d day ot oopwm
iitMi in n'nWk a.m.. at the uaual reai-
dence of deceased, in the town of Raleigh. Terms
of al. rsah. JOHN LOAHHK. FnMm Artm r.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
T7H)R city property, stock In Rogers Telephone
J and T.lerrnph Co. Apply 221 Mlinn at,
. , FROFESSIOSAU
ATEDICATED KLECTRO VAPOR BATHS
243 MAIN STREET. Houra, 8:30 a.m. to 12 m.
DR. J. l. wmi K.
PERSONAL.
"VT RS
VII IT. LIPS has removed from 65 Madi
son street to 248 Second atreet.
ISTBRNS BUILT Repaired and warranted
STRAYED.
nw R.nrlv-rod. white' tbotl. swallow-fork
J in left ear. under-cut in right ear ; three years
old. 6tr.yadS.pUmh.r8th. f,.
85
REWARD MULE From th. undersigned
one small bay mare irun, a years oiu two
....11 M,a . , (nn nr .hnnliliira. Addreas
JAS. T. BERLIN. 89 Madison st,
rWW-$S REWARD 8 years old, swallow-fork
i in i.ht r and eroo in left ear : white spot in
forehead; strait horns, inolined to turn up; short
tail i lore part of body red, alt.r part white straw
berry, neiurn to enrnwr nTmiu-u. h .
WA5TS.
"10TTAGE To buy nice modern-built cottage,
1 I .iv Mnml. with uod alae lot. in
deairable part of city, in flnt-elass neighborhood ;
will pay UWJO or 9M caan.
' 1 V 7 MIN TE R PARKER, W Ma
rfnin st.
o
"100K A good eook, man or woman; perma-
nenttituation, lwg STREET.-
nni DnHR.3AI 11 Nnnrt atrent.
MR8. McKEK.
F BATHERS Old and New Feathers, at highest
each Prices. 448 MAIN ST. .
-, rTITi TllV.n,. Snnn.ar whn . a thorn
O maebiniat, and napable of Uking charge of
any kind of machinery. Address a. a. a.,
care Carrier No. 10, Postomce.
GOOD WAG0NMAKER- k
Apply at 15 South street.
GOOD POSTTION-For a young lady graduate
of Miaa Conway's school, who is thoroughly
aaaliSed to teach English inanv department.
Address Miaa CLARA CON W A i . Z3 Adams at,
A GEM'S It will pay any Intelligent man or
XX woman wanting profitable employment to
m,w ill ...i.,I iMrnnliira and terma of
s?enry for the eelobratea MISSOURI bTBAM,
WASHER, which, by reason of Us great intrinsic
merit, is meclingwitn sucn pnenomenai auoeeaa
Addreaa J. WOKTii
Seventeenth aad Franklin
r
venue, St. Louis, Ma.
KftC LABORERS Day or station work, on
(JUU Ihj kjiliiken Bend Levee, Madison Par
ish, La, : good board and prompt pay. Apply on
work, or to George Arnold Co.. Momphia.
JOHN MpGrSfY, Contractor.
G'
OOD COOK
At C81 Shelby streat.
AN To take charge of a large plantation
near Marion, Art. Army w
TAYLOR A POWELL, 201 Front St.
AGKNTiJ Address St. Louis Eloctric Lamp
Co.. St. Louis. Mo., for Circulars, Cots and
term of 50-candle power Sjarah Electrical Lamp.
3 ITU ATI0N W ith a small family to do cooking
O and housework. Apply to A. B.. tun crnce.
vv V rttilb'RD AtMA-ivnld Rtatton. nnthelj..
W'N. O. and Tesa Railroad, 100 miles south
or Memphis an A No. i ox driver, one accus
tomed to drlvica-acarrr-Iog. Apply at sa was ill. or
addreaa FRANK MEKIGOLD, Viaktbnrg. Miss.
A MAN To contract to haul oak and cypress
stock to sawmill and to furnish his own
. Vf-i-iLl tit-,!., nn thA I...N. O. and
Texas liailroad. one hundred miles south of
Memphisi can furnish oarry4n. Apply at
m.lL .r address 1'RASK MKR1G0LD,
ICafVUri, aTllFP,
v i TOM A NTa aik for family of four.
W - . , Atool Shelby street.
rfX Bl!Y A well-esUbliahed dairy, for
cash.
Addreaa
DAIRY, Appeal omce.
rpo BUY COTTAGBV
L Of tre orai x rooms, in good neigbhorn
hborhood.
Address, stating terms.
n , mis om
ce.
CJTAVKMAKKRS Twenty-five good tvemak-
-r. , .rV nn in.nd Ivelonffinr to B. H. KverS,
ia Sunflower county. Mias, Pay 3 35 per. 100
tales. Timber bountiful and of the very beat
oenJity. Employment till next spring guaran
teed. Apply la U&A , OAllii A Wy
Ureenvulr, ijiss.. orjo tao naaonigDeu, . rm
sonia, Miss. ' J. J- PAT f ON.
ITUATI0N As porter or to drive a delivery
wagon; Peat ol reierences given.
J, MACLIN, 10i Desoto street.
TEL1AJJLK WHITE on COLORED WOMAN
I To wet nwse a child nine monthaold: best
references required. Apfrly at 3ltf Main street.
OITUATION As housekeeper wharp jsompetent
O person is needed; references. A. X., Aaipeal.
TJOARDERS At 110 Madiion : pleasant rooms.
J good fare: references. M1S3 WOOL
TORITION AS PORTER By a young man
I ho can givg good references. Address
i M. L.i
-T.n ooLD WATCH-CASE8-hains. Jewelry,
J mu,.t for eaaa- J. N. MCLFOKD, at Mi
IRLS AND WOMBS Wishing to learn to
VJT make pants ano to ao ji ! ,ul "!'"'
to m, to the Bethel Industrial School. Instrno-
tinos trnm. Exchans. Building. Old City Mall.
1 (fC PKACU STONES-For which
1UUU the highest market pricowill be paid.
st OTTO S01IWILL UO. e,S Main at.
TSlTION As Book-keeper, Cashier or Cpr
X respondent, by a young married man, with
good references andexpri.neo can loanemploy-
era or invest giuuu. Adoreaa a. mi "
r I wj i,UAH-fSi,uw on w atcnes. jeweirr, ou-.n,
1 nothing, etc.. at ttOTTUKLlT'S LOAN
LOAN-,000 on Watchea, Jewelry, Stocks.
oKrpbk!. 1) Monroe street, opposi
tijel. Will eajl at house, if deairwi.
Peabody
SJant.ai. A ,l.lr.A.
DlAru.1
St. Lonis, Mc
Care Nelson (Tissmsa,
FOtt EEST.
F
URNISUED ROOM&-
Atl20TJnloa sueet.
T - ESIDENCB 416 Orleans street, four doors!
XV south or Van oat large snady grounds; sea
ly paved street. Apply next nof , or 8 Court St.
X tT RESIDENCE Corner Pitta aad Oholsoa
iNL sts.. Fort Piokering, a short distance frm
terminua Main st. ears; brick residence, S large
rooma, kitchen and servants room, good cistern,
stable, large garden and orchard; rent low to good
tenant. Apply on premises B. L. ARMSTRONG.
T00MS Two unfurnished rooms for gentle-
XV mu and wifo.Apply at 71 Poplar street.
"OOOMS-U
$1
or single, at 465 Shelby street.
XV Apply at H
ia. i sou itreet.
O COTTAGES 6 and 9 rooms rexe1ively. Ap-
4 ply to M.Jt. McW..JpSAdajSJ st.
13 RICK COTTAGE as Exchange St., bet. Main 1
J and abscond. Apply at v aanington st.
lilTT A 13 K tfv. hImiuh! S atorv eottaa. No.
KJ 377 Orleans at real, j; I h largo yard attached ,
lately occupied by Mj i?XW
ts. ttit;u.nu.i',-rSMiv
Lrt vr . 4 ; .
.S" i .. . ...
s
OOMrl Furnished or vnsMnishedTfr fwi-
lief or gentlemen. ah mini' ei.
1 "I Ol'MJ fcri."k, two-story, 7 rooms.
XX A pply at 6 Mulberry street.
111 WASHINttTOtf 6TRFET
ApiVB premises.
TTtRAMil
p WELLING Centrally
located.
X1 roouisV kitchen and ooal bouse
good water
and gas.
Aj ply at
lot MON'KOK ST.
STORK SOI Front street, well at pointed, good
basement aud water, htore SIS .'-mubJ street,
with aWre orer S17 and SI. -FineUm. and Cot
toarooia ovrr lo and IS D nioa street, ver H. B.
Shanks A Co.'s. Ottag. with 7S acres fine gar
den land, oa Boulevard, two milea from ciy.
S. MOSBV a K C. MoSBl,
Orhce 11, overims Front atreet.
NEW COTTAGE (Jast Bni.hsd), of ft roosai
at f-o. 41 Csohinge stnaet attended, eon
veaient to Poplar aLr.vet ear line.
MINTER PARaivR. 289 Main st.
7C.
'lijta a,a.atsaa oxuivaiiUtjQa Rfi,
vfd Proat
WART. O WYNNE k CO.
IN Apply to 87C. Toof Co.
mvKsmifl AND STOBKS One eetiaaa.
O ner Alabam . Quimby atreett; ator. e
Second ilrtrt. WMSUI
feonti Coart street, nnder i.m
idS.ti0"iw
w.Aa Tannaaaaa Oat,.
jaadiaoa treek
Pf I? N
ROOXS ASH BOARD.
OOMS-Without board.
PARK HOTEL.
"DOOMS AND BOARD Br week er month, at
IV 'Mi Second street, also, gay ooara.
DESIRABLE Eooml and Board-
At 72 Madlaon street.
TWO FurnUhed Rooms, with board,
At 111 Conrt street.
"DOOMS and board at 248 Second it., for single
J-V gentlemen and families. Also, gay ooara.
ROOM Desirable furnished room, with boards
two gentlemen preferred, at 123 Conrt at.
O FRONT ROOMS At 462 Shelby street Alo,
O a few boarders taken.
T-00f-
A lann, pleasant front room, with
LV board, at modarata price.
Also a lew any
122 COURT ST.
boarden.
R
OOMS Elegant furnished
front rooml with
or without board.
Large yard. 116 Court at.
DOOMS Three plaaiant furnished roomi with
J. or witnoot ooara. mwuat ox.
DOOM Unfurniahed room, with or without
1-V board, at 111 Uonrt rtreet.
DOOMS Furniahed or unfurniahed, with or
1V without boara. at bo aaami street.
DESIRABLE ROOMS And good board, or day
board in private family i terma reasonable.
atv Mamaon street.
FOB 8 AXE.
"VTtTAGON A Brewater Broome Street Side bar
VV Hoad W ago : light weight.
B. it. nmjiuyat.ni.il fliaaiaon at.
MULB WAGON HARNESS I will eell to
the higheet bidder, at UALL'S STABLE,
65 Union atreet, on September 22d, one dark-bay
mule, one two-norse wagon ana two seta or nar-
-f fifk FEET IRON FENCE All kinda Cook
Jw V 7 ing and Heating Stoves for aale cheap.
S. GABAY, Agent and Commiaaion Merchant,
toa to Hi Shelby atreet.
rpWO-STORY DWELLING 8 rooma; first-olasa
-a- repair. 11. u. uiiua, in fliaaiaon at.
"DEAL ESTATE Two first-class bargains in
J-i realeatate tma weec.
T AND Twenty-six (26) aerea land on Kerr ave-
l J nue and Jniasiaaippt
river, mile aouth of
Mound, north of peathouae: cheap for caah;
early poaaeaaion.
w, a. wiiu&rjuhiit,
281 Main itreet.
OLD PAPERS CHEAP-
AT THIS OFFICE.
O C?-HJ. ENGINE AND BOILER
ii O One big Giant Corn Crusher.
PATRICK, 66 Monroe at.
TTNGINB A second-hand No. S Amos Engine,
Li 12-bore power; good aa new, and very
ctienp. run 1KB, a maiikae, buu front at.
GENERAL STORE Northwest corner Fifth
VT and Carolina streeis. Stock for sale and
store for rent Apply on premiflea.
"DOARDINGHOUSE With bar-room; oentral
j-J location; cneaprent. Aaaress
HAKHAiJN, thia omce.
RETAIL DRUG STORE Good trade
Address MEDICINE, Appeal office.
AT flIOTTHELF'S LOAN OFFICE Diamonds
are sold at their value, and taken back at a
small discount any time.
D ESIDENCB 199 Carroll avenue
Good nenh-
I-Vborhood. itaty terms. J
P. Alban.acl Main.
T-T.ANIrJ Mn.l
.a. omui wvr hu 011UH mwiHimij, wiui Ait-
lino and ifoiler, in good order.
Lt. J. nvvvtEi, Tfenona, xii.
B
OILER A rood seoond-hana Boiler tor sal
THE WEATHER.
BIGSAt. BERWICK K r PORTS COTTOH
Dally Cottoa Bearlati Reports from Kail.
roawa BMuini.
1lflTKnrr vinTiii maarniB, oepicmoer ii, aoo.
. n . r o . 1 . nool
Observatio taken at b p.m., ventral lime.
TBSBMOMSTaa..
TATIOIt.
Maximum.
Minimum
Memphis. ,
Nuhville...
81.6
75
87
87-
86
85
84
TO
1
89
87
88
71
f6
67
67
67
55
55
68
64
62
62
68
69
6ft
68
69
67
65
0.82
0.11
0.42
0.40
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.28
0.47
0.15
0.15
0.51
0.38
1.41
0.00
0.47
0.00
Grand Junot'n
Corinth..
Tuaeumbia...
DecaturMWM
Hernando.
Grenada
Withe
Brownsville
Milan
Paris .
Covinrton...
I Dyersburg
Bolivar
llnllv SnriniraJ
84
86
Sum total..
Average-...,
1637.5
86.2
1234
64.9
7.02
0.37
Cotton-Belt Balletfm.
Mtumis, September IT, 1884, 8 p.m.-rCentral
AVggAOa.
OISTBion. Max. Tern. Min. Tern. Rainfall.
Wilmington . 87 55 0.00
Charlaaton. 87 56
Auguata..... 8 65
Savannah 85 69 ,0,08
AUanU 87 52 -
Montgomery 87 55
Mobile. M 57 0.02
New Orleans... 89 63
Galveston 92 .71
Virksburg f8 62
Little Rock 88 66 0.30
Memphis 86 6o 0.37
Bums. 105 716 0.7i
Averages 87.8 69.T I 0.02
-Xnappreeiable.
Metoorolosrleal Iteport.
Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather.
6:08 a.m.- 30.019 73.0 S. Light rain.
10:08a.m.. 30.055 73.0 S.W. Cloudy.
2:08 p.m.. 30.0U8 79.5 S.W. Cloudy.
6.08 p.m.. 30.014 78.0 W. Cloudy.
10:08p.m.- 30. 72.8 N.W. Cloudy.
Mean 30.042 75.1 S.W. Cloudy.
Maximum temperature, 81.5.
Minimum temperature, 71.0.
Raintall. .84.
PARADE AKD JR ACES.
Prerraaunt of the Entertainment To-
Bay for tbeYlaitora
From the Country and the Snrronadlns;
Town In Town ana at the Park,
At 0:30 o'clock this morninir the Chick.
asaw Uuards and the Knights of Pythias
will form and march, according: to pro-
eramme, preceded by Arnold's full brass
band. Cniel Uieary will nave everytnino;
in readiness for the fire display at that
hoar, so that there will be no delay. Trains
on the Louisville and .Nashville will beinn
leaving for Olympic Park at 1 :3o o clock
p.m., and continue as oiten as tne crowds
arrive at the depot. The ra es will
begin - at 2 :30 o clock, the heats of
the roadsters' race being brought in
between the others, so that there will
be no wearv waits. The track will be
placed In tne very best condition, and
with four entries in each race fine sport is
promised. Should the rain prevent, to
day s programme Will be carried out to
morrow. '
1 be Pros-ramane.
The programme will be as follows:
- Police.
Arnold's Band.
Chickasaw Guards,
v UcClellan Ouards.
- Zonave Guards.
Roland Division No. 2, K. of P., Mounted.
Fire Depertment-
LOCATION.
Chickasaw Ouards, South Court and
Main, displaying south.
McUlellan (jruards, isortn
Court and
Main, displaying south, followed
by the
Zouave Ouards.
Mounted Kniirhta of Pvthias. Jefferson
and Main, displaying south,
lire Department, Adams and Main, dis
playing south.
LINK or MABCH,
Court Square south on Main to Beale,
Beale east to Second, Second north to
Market. Market west to Main, Main south
to South Court, South Court east to Sec
ond, second north to JNorth Uourt, jNorth
Court west to Main, Main south to Dion-
roe. Monroe west to tbe bluu.
lasts at the Park.
Free for all ; purse $200, divided. D. J.
Raybould enters it. m, Wanda Wilkes ;
aired by Georee Wilkes.
Aioeuowisueuuirs it. ui. icra; urcu
1,, . o i , x . -,:A.a
by Brown Dick.
s. M. iseardsiev enters bix. s. isouuern
Chief : sired bv Trouble.
W. Braxton enters g. g. Sailor Boy; un
known.
BOADSTEIt RACE
for set of fine harness. D. J. Raybould
enters B. s. Pat; sired by Black Hawk tr.
o. si. i5eardsiey enters oik. b. vv naie-
bone : sired by Tom Hal
J. r. May enters g. f. aaiior joy; un
known. Victor Emanusl enters b. m. Patsy:
sired by Knownothing.
DEnOCBATIC C0SyivSTI0?f
To Nominate ( analdatee for ! Lecla.
latnre to be Held October Stn.
The County Executive Committee me
yesterday, and the resignation of the
chairman. Mr. L. II. Estes, who has served
with so mnh ciedit to himself and to his
party for several yea Pist.was presented
and "received, and Mr. Martin J. Kelly
elected in his stead: After some discus
sion it was decided to hold the primaries
on the e.n fihl the convention to nomi
natn ramiidatea for the Ixsislature on the
9th of October. The committee ihea ad
journed.
A FALSE REPORT,
The statement that Judge T. J. Latham
will direct the campaign for the Republi
cans this fall was received by his friends
yesterday with mingled expressions of
ridicule and anger. Judge Latham is at
present in New York City, where Mrs.
Latham is nnder the treatment of a cele
brated oculis. While it is impossible
for that reason to obtain a denial from the
gentleman iii petwwv, ti;oe who know him
best do not hesitate to denounce (Us story
that he will be the personal represents,
tive of Mr. Blaine as utterly untrue. Mr.
W. L. Cameron, the secretary of the
Watt? Corrmany, ot which Judgo Latham
is president, dt not hesitate to declare
, . -- . . ,
fU ?ZaV N lnte?8 ?
D shadow ot a foundauott.
from rrsaowri Xrpublican, jls. 18, 1884.
1st strop iq the price of quinine may have
hcea eauaod by the large shipments of
Collins ArueCnre into the malarial and chills
and fever district throughout th. South and
Weal, where formerly It waaauppoeed nothing
but quinine would euro. Judging from the
larg. euliuneots daily of thts remedy tram tha
laboratory of the DoiliD Brae. Drug Co., Sec
ond aud Vine atraeta, it looks aa U OoUius' Ague
Cure was taking "la
rcBodiea for onul.
tilaeo of all other
Rnraell's roeoalno
Promotes vli
I vlgoteaa ar,;l healthy growtfl oi
It nas been used in thousands of
tha hair.
cases where the hair was coming ont, aad
has never failed to arrest its decay.
Use Bcbmett's Flavoeixq Extbacts
the) best.
Jf - - x-
Srhisda Water, fresh supply just rt
ceired. Robinson, Apothecary.
Basab fashioa Sheets, Bazar rooms.
THROUGH TRAIN,,
The First on the Taller Road from
Memphis to New Orleans Names
of Stations
Just Located on tho Memphis Division
Accommodation Trains Between This
City and Clarksdale.
The first through train on the Looisville.
Heir Orleans anj Texas railroad left this
city early yesterday morning. It was a
special, of coarse. It is not likely regular
trains will be pat on for about three
weeks. The exact date has not yet been
settled, lne main object in sending a
train through yesterday was to take a lot of
rolling stock to tne jNew Orleans end. lne
train was composed of forty cars, i ifteen
of them were loaded with iron and other
material for the road, which will be un
loaded at various points wnere it is
needed. At Hollywood Station, thirty-
four miles from the city, twenty-five car
loads ot staves, belonging to the con
tractor, Leonard, will be added. The lat
ter will.be taken all the way through. No
attempt at rapid travel will be made, but
the engineer has instructions to take his
time to avoid accidents, as there is a good
deal of finishing work to be done yet be
fore the roadbed is in the best condition.
Actinp Superintendent Birdsong and Mr,
Dan Shelby were aboard the train. The
latter will stop over at Vicksburtr. while
Uapt. .HirdsonK will go through to iNew
Orleans. There was only one employe of
the company in the city yesterday and he
naturally lelt a little lonesome.
Thirteen stations have lust been located
on this division.
The first is Lakeview, twelve miles from
Memphis, on the bank of Horn .Lake,
where a hotel has already been erected.
A stationhouse and side-track will be built
there.
The second station. Walls, on Doe wood
ridge, will be sixteen miles from the city.
A piauorm and stationhouse will be built
.1. : -
wiero.
At a point twenty-five miles from Men
phic Swopes Station will be located with a
house and platform for freight and pas
sengers. -
The fifth station will be Pobertsonville
twenty-eight miles from the city.
fctix miles lurther on a very pretty Bta
tionhouse, with a side track, will be
known as Hollywood.
.Busby station will be located forty-
seven miles from Mem phis. A small house
and platform will be located there.
Magnolia Station will be fifty-six miles
from the city and wilkdse provided with a
better house and piauorm than the ma'
jority of the little stations.
The eighth in order will be Waltons,
distant sixty miles. This will be a mere
flag station.
At Hull's weak, which is sixty-three
miles distant, a house, platform and side
track will be built.
Clover Hill, seven miles beyond Hull s
Break, will have the prettiest station on
the line.
The junction with the Mobile and
Northwestern railroad, seventy-four miles
from Memphis, will be known as Lj ons,
and will be an important station.
Clarksdale, two and one-bait miles be
yond the junction, will be the terminus of
the accommodation train route. . A track
and roundhouse have already been built,
and a fine depot and platform are now in
course of erection.
Bobo. the thirteenth station, is eighty-
four miles away and is the home of the
great bear hunter and typical frontiersman,
Bob Bobo, whose heart is as big as a
house and whose house is always open,
the abode of hospitality. Bobo Station is
situated on the crown of Anise Ridge, the
center of a tract of 2000 acres, which
never overflows and which is covered with
box elder; grapevines and pawpaws. It is
i rich as any ot the alluvial bottom lands.
Tensessee Bailread Casts.
CiNCTNXATi. September 17. Associate
Justice Stanley Matthews began hearing
argument to-day in the case to restrain
the State of Tennessee from collecting cer
tain taxes from the Louisville and .Nash
ville railroad.
White XJtTbt stlsrnala,
Boston, September 17. The railroad
superintendents in convention to-day
heard a letter read from J. lu. Kalph, of
the New York, West Shore and Buffalo
railroad, suggesting some improvement in
the matter of white light signals. A dis
cussion followed, especially upon tbe sug
gestion of ground glass to be substituted
for the ordinary glass now in use. The
letter was reterred to the Uommittee on
Conference with the General Time Con
vention. The 24 o'clock system of stan
dard time was referred to a committee.
The subject of a standard system of sig
nals was considered, but finally referred
to the meeting to be held at Richmond,
Va., in April next. Adjourned.
SPIKES AKD SPARES.
The tourists are all coming home.
Wa.uiiiuiu.i BUtJCt, Wlik.ll lu UlumjMl,
lized by a railroad track, Bhould be re-
paired,
Thebk is m sood deal of speculation re
garding the appointment of Memphis
omcials for the V alley road
The Appeal announced on September
1st that tbe shops of the .Louisville, isew
i Orleans and Texas railroad would be lo
cated at Memphis.
Two new stations have been established
on the line of the Yicksburg, Shreveport
and facihc railroad west ot Monroe,
namely, Calhoun and Gibbs.
The general manacement of the Louis
ville, New Orleans and Texas railroad re
cently closed a contract with the Bar-
mores at Louisville, ivy., lor tne building
of a large and complete transfer boat to
run from Arkansas City to the opposite
side of the river, connecting with the
branch road now under contract for con
struction to unite with the main road at
Leland.
The trouble at Fordyce, on theParamorn
railroad, caused by a constable named
Torrence stopping a freight train and
attaching it for a justice of the peace
judgment has been closed up. Judge
Caldwell, of the Federal Court, telegraphed
to the constable Saturday that the road.
being in the hands of a receiver, was not
liable to btate courts, and that be must re
lease the train. The officer refused to
comply, and defied the United States
Court. Yesterday Deputy-Marshal Basye
was sent there with an order to bring Tor
rence to Little Rock for contempt of court.
To-day the deputy telegraphed that the
train has been liberated, and the oliicer
has left tbe place. Descriptions of him
have been sent to surrounding towns, and
he will probably be captuved.
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. .
Jubilee day.
Races this afternoon.
Roller coaster to-day and to-night.
Display of military and Fire Depart
ment this morning.
The grand jury is holding daily ses
sions to clean out the jail.
Bunting will be liberally displayed
to-day. Mansford has a full line.
Should the rain interfere, to-day's pro
gramme will be carried out to-morrow.
The Chickasaw Guards will meet at
their armory at 9:30 o'clock this morning.
An order is published elsewhere.
The Milburn Gin and Machine Com
pany invite strangers in the city to visit
their works, which is the largest, finest
and best equipped rhannfa tory of the
kind in the country.
There will be a bar meeting this
morning at the Criminal Court-room at 10
o'clock to hear the report of the Commit
tee on Resolutions in regard to the death
of the Hon. Archibald Wright.
Qacar Rosary, of St. Louis, but for
merly of Helena, was arrested ' on Main
street by Capt. O'Haver yesterday .charged
with having embezzled the funds of his
former employer, Editor Burke, of the
Helena )for,t.
Tho Weaver-Winston case, which was
reversed by the Supreme Court, was nolle
pronged yesterday at the suggestion of the
attorney-general, Winston refusing to
prosecute. He stated in court that he
provoked the quarrel with Weaver, and
thought everything was about square.
Capt. O'Haver discovered yesterday
that Smith, one of the colored cow thieves
arrested the day before, stole a cow several
months ago from Sanders Shannon, who
lives near Lucy Station. They seem to
have operated extensively, especially in
tne neighborhood of Luc.
XVsZie'l Popular Honthly and Godty't
Lady'i Book, for October, at MansfordV.
He baa Jlje finest novelty cf the age
jit the way ojl a musical top. Jt will
ran three numbers "and cLango its tute
every three seconds. Call and look at it'.
He will take pleasure in showing it to si1.
A few more Called Bud came in last nijjbt.
He has a standing order for this novel
with the publisher, and will arrive daily.
Matt Monaghan, the Woodruff-Oliver
Carriage aJ Harness, Company, Degnan
& Camp, 1. lf Stanley and' the Gef man
National Bank were yesterday admitted to
membership in the Merchants' Exchange.
This is very fir fr one day, and while the
i xiiia is very " v.j.wii,
membeTehof tlange tsnc
(t u nflt koR the prot;re88 it ahou
should.
There are many krias vi.o ere not mem
bers, and as every accession increases the
usefulness of the Exchange and improves
its facilities, would it not be well for those
not members to take the question under
consideration.
Hattie Smith, a good-looking white girl
about twenty years of age, who has a step
father at Chattanooga, from whence
came to Memphis about four months ago,
was arrested by Patrolman Chastaine last
night at a house on Gayoeo street, next
door to the northeast corner of Desoto
street, together wi;h Allen Groves, a black
ttegro sSont twenty years of age, who
drives a sMxeeUsprinkler. The charge
against them ia miscegenation. Urovos
talked about the girl as his darling, and
usod a number oi endearing terms.' He
said she was not Ihe first white girl with
whom he had sustained unlawful relations
and would not be the last. They were
locked in separate cells at the station-
house for trial before Judge Hadden to
day. Licenses to marry were issued yester
day to L. A. Wylie and Harriet Washing
ton, O. D. Webb and W. B. Wilkins.
Probate appointments yesterday:
Rose Lowenstein, administratrix of S.
Lowenstein ; commissioners to set aside a
year's allowance to the widow of Henry
Cohen; John Loague, administrator of
John Benjamin.
The grand jury found the following
indictments yesterday: J. T. Haney
and Henry Anderson, bringing stolen
property into the State ; Lettie Allen, re
ceiving stolen property; Charles Douglass,
malicious cutting; Jerry bmith, ueorge
Stewart and Charles Morris, larceny;
George Led better, malicious shooting.
A bill for divorce was filed in Chan
cery yesterday jy Jennie against John T.
isreen, who were married July;7, 182,
and have three children aged respectively
eleven, nine and eight years. I'laintiH
alleges that her husband at the time of
their marriage was a skilled carpenter,
earning from $1 to $5 a day. Soon after
ward he began drinking hard and is now
a sot She is a dressmaker and her family
is entirely dependent upon her for support.
Her husband is in the habit of twisting
her urms when she refuses to give him
money to obtain drink. He makes "home
a hell, as planum states, and it is no
longer safe or proper for her or her little
children. In the last few days her harden
has become insupportable. He says that
if the fear of the law did not restrain him
he would kill her. The rent of the house
she pays out of her own earnings. The
furniture is the property of her mother
and this he threatens to take away bv
force.
H. Amy & Co. entered suit in the
United States Court yesterday against
Shelby county for Ohio River railroad
coupons, eighteen of $30 each, amounting
to $540. Plaintiffs claim that during the
war they got possession of $220,000 of the
whole amount of $300,000 bonds issued
by the county in loo4, to run thirty years,
and in lot l got a mandamus to compel
the payment of the interest. On account
of the great burden that wonH have been
imposed by the levy of a U-c, plrintiffs
agreed not to push the matter. Aiu?rvard
a tax was levied to Day tbe court ins
which were presented, hap hazard, with
out regard to sequence. Only about sixty
per cent, of the tax was collected, and
the coupons were not regularly paid. On
account of the way they were presented,
it happened, plaintiffs claim that eighteen
ot them, remaining unpaid at me ue
ginningof 1 880, were found to date back
six years and more, and when they were
presented for payment the statute of
limitations was plead by the county. This,
plaintiffs claim, was unjust and a fraud,
The bonds were funded in fall this year,
Grand Masquerade and Fancy Dress Ball,
Exposition Building. Music and dancing
all night. Everybody invited. Tickets
fifty cents. Ladies free.
RESOLUTIONS
In Relation
to the Deatnof MJ.
B. Will ford.
Cfaan.
At a special meeting of the Board
Of
Underwriters yesterday, Maj. J. J. Mur
phy announced the death of Maj. Charles
B. Wellford. an esteemed ltisen and non
ored member of the Underwriters Assocl
ation. which sad event occurred in i red
erickshurg, Va., on the evening of the 11th
instant.
Mr. Rice, Mr. Beasley, Mr. Johnson, Mr.
Price and other members, on motion to
appoint a committee on resolutions of re
spect, paid beautitni tributes to tne char
acter of Maj. Wellford.
The president of the board, Mr. Samuel
II irech, selected Mai. J.J. Murphy, Maj.
W. H. Moore and Mr. Edward Bourne as
the committee, who presented the follow
ing, which was unanimously adopted:
Memphis Boabd or Usdirwhitibs,!
September 16, 1834. f
Wherkas, It has come to our notice that it has
f leased Divine Providence to take from ns to
liwself our friend C. B. Wollford, Esq., who de
parted this life on the evening of the 11th in
stant, at his old homo in Fredericksburg, Va. ;
therefore, be it
Heflvd, That in the loss of our friend, this
board has lost a useful and upright member, who
was just and impartial in all his transactions,
and Memphis has been deprived of an honorable
oitixen.
Hetolved, That we tender onr sympathies to
his family in their bereavement, and that a copy
of these resolutions be spread on tho minutes of
our board, and a transcript bo sont to bis rela
tives. MESKE.VS
GRAND EXHIBITION
OF
PARIS SILKS.
FRENCH DRESS GOODS.
CARPETS and CURTAINS.
NEW UEPARTHENTt
. Wa fiayo, inst Tnct ig.
gant stock of
SEVRES CHINA WARE.
HUNGARIAN GLASSWARE.
All at prices lojrer than ever
v offered before.
MENKEN'S.
Visitors are cordially invited to look
through our palatial emporium.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
II. Wetter and wife to Jos. A. Lipscomb,
part of lot i) block 5U, south side Pontotoc
street, 77 by 11SJ feet, for $:i-500.
W. J. Booker and wife to B. Babb, lot
13 block 02, north side Gholson street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets, 45x190 feet,
for$ti00.
LAW REPORTS.
Criminal Conrt Uontrlasa. JTodK.
Calendar for to-day : Kos. 13, H. Dow
and Alex Owens; G, Charles Fitzsim
mons, Joseph E. Guerla.
Foi Fridaj , 10th : Nos. 21, Henry Owens ;
20, John Thomas ; 7, Lizzie Williams; 8
Lans Williams.
LOCAL KOTICJES.
But your Shirts at May's.
Buy try pure sure Hope Soap.
Giro voiu children Umith's Worm Oil.
Study shorthand, 44 North Court street.
New Automatic Sewing Machines at $-30.
JOHN F. KEY A CO., U N. Court.
Fob dyspepsia or antidote to tobacco
chewing, use Valentino's peerless sweet-
gum.
Effervescing Bethesda Water, the
great summer drink, in pints and quarts.
JAiliS S. AOtiLiN&Ui, Agent,
Miss Clara Conway will be at her school
every morning of the week from 10 to 12
o'clock, and at her residence, 223 Adams
street, in the' afiernoon from 3 to 5
o clock.
To make a salnd that is certain to please
all tastes you need only use Durkee's
Salad Dressing. Nothing equal to it was
ever offered, and none so popular. It is a
superb table sauce.
Do not go to the country without s
bottle of tagoalura Bittern to flavor your
Soda and Lemonade, and keep yonr digestive or
gans in order, lie snre it ia the genuine Anges.
sura ot worid-wias lame ami manulartured
only by DR. J. Q. b. SltVERI A bONS.
Miss Faksie Mat, haying completed a
three-years' course of study in tiie best
studios of Europe, desires to announce to
her friends and the general public that
she wH ojjon an art studio for the recep
tion ot pupils, on the 1st of October. Lo
cation will lie announced later. Students
will do well to await Miss May:s return
before making arrangements elsewhere,
ltatba! Baths!
Clear water for bathing at 222 Second
street, near Adams.
GtMrge fechilly's.
This famous saloon and eating-house is
now rec3iving fresh oysters daily, and
setting excellent dinners. Tt is one of tho
places that tarnishes first-sloss eating' and
drinking and charges very low prices.
Mr. Schilly has been in the "business many
years, and" knows how to conduct it. For
beer and fine liquors, for excellent lunchjtj
and splendid dinners, call a Schiliy'g;
West Court street. '
lyalslf, I iitlirf aker,
330 Second stpoet, near Union,
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used when children are cutting
teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at
once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by
relieving the child from pain, and the Lit
V.? chf r"h awakes as "bmrht as a hntton."
It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens the fiuns, a!!Ts all pain, re
lieves wmd, regulates the bowels, and is
the best known remedy for diarrhoea,
whether arising from teething or other
causes. Twentv-fiv cents a bottle.
desalting and lryeinfj.
Ladies' and gents' clothes clean ad o;
dyed in any color : ostrich feathers, lace
curtains, by Louis luegel, No.
. 5S Jefferson
street. Goods racaivd bv oxoreaa.
Chicago Fxcnnsion Tickets.
The Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwest
ern railroad will sell tickets, Memphis to
Chicago and return, September 21st, good
until September SOth, at $10 60. Close con
nection both' ways.
There is no two articles better or more
favorably known than Dean's teas and
roasted coffees.
AN INFAMOUS DEN
On Hadden Avenue, where Innocent
Tonnf Girls are Led from the
Paths of Rectitude
And Yirtne The Tile Schemes of i
Negro Procuress Exposed at Last
Dreadful Story.
On the west side of Causey street, about
half a square from Beale, there is a small
patch of waving corn, which partially
conceals a dilapidated frame cottage set
ting back about twenty steps from the
street. There is nothing about the place
to attract the attention of a passer-by, and
if he took time to look about him at all
he wonld not have any reason for sap
posing it to be any other than the home of
an humble washerwoman. At almost any
time of day he might see two or three
stout negro females, bare to their elbows.
their skirts tucked out of way. leaning
over tubs or blowing the embers of a char
coal furnace into flame. If he listened he
would bear no more than the drub-a drub
of a corrugated board and the swish of
soapsuds. If he passed very often, late in
the evening ne might see a white man or
occasionally a
NEAT LOOKING FEMALE
with a veil over her face passing through
the gate and into the house. Even then
tha natural conclusion would be that these
were the customers of the laundress. But
if he knew the real character of the cot
tage behind the corn patch he wonld feel a
strong impulse to thrust a burning torch
into tne door and convert the place to
ashes. About a week ago yesterday Jo
seph Thiers, a young deputy-sheriff,
heard an ngly story about the place and
determined to investigate it. He accord
ingly visited the house late in the after
noon and called lor tbe woman who kept
the place. A stoat n egress about twenty-
five years of age presented herself. Pre
viously armed for the encounter, he ad
dressed ner oy name,
MAG WILLIAilS. .
and to make it appear that he was fully
cognizant of her character, asked ner
she would act as a go-between for him,
giving a fictitious name of a fictitious fe
male. She announced her readiness
do so, asked a good many questions about
the character and habits of the alleged in
amorata and concluded by saying if any.
one could influence her to meet his ad
vances she could do so. After half an
hour's conversation Thiers discovered
enough to convince him of tho truth of
the stones he bad heard, dismissed the
subject of his first remarks, and, to draw
the woman oat, insinuated that perhaps
she could -
EXERT HER INFLUENCE
in a direction much easier and with more
chances of success, and upon some object
that might be equally as agreeable. The
procuress voraciously swallowed the bait
and requested Thiers to call at 9 o'clock
the following night. He was true to the
appointment, and was ushered into a
dimly lighted room, poorly but neatly fur
nished, the floor covered with a clean but
well worn carpet. In a few minutes the
door opened and a female entered, whom
the deputy sheriff at once recognized as
the wife of a respectable young 'man in
this city, to whom she was married about
two years ago. She is hardly twenty years
ot age, with dark hair and eyes, a creamy
complexion, and
AS PRETTY A WOMAJT
as one wonld care to meet. She told
Thiers, whom she evidently mistook for
some one else with whom she was ac
quainted, that sheliad slipped away from
her husband and had no time to remain,
but would come at some other and more
favorable opportunity. The woman de
parted, leaving word with the procuress
that she desired the "young gentleman,"
to write her a short note. He could not
divine her object, but sctibbled a few
lines, signed false initials and left, promis
ing to return. On Saturday evening,
about 7 o'clock, he again visiter! the house,
and this time encountered another mar
ried woman, not so young or so pretty as
the first, and whose name has been
tarnished by the breath of suspicion.
HE MADE AN EXCUSE
to get rid of her, and told the procuress
he was not pleased with the lady. She
begged him to return, and when he
called again he found the woman whom
he met first, who said she was afraid she
was being watched, and would return
home but would come back again at 10
o'clock. Thiers did not wait. He was
particularly anxious to find oat if the pro
curess ever brought yoang snd innocent
girls to her house, as he had been in
formed. He said to her that none of those
he hed seen struck his fancy, and asked
if there were no young girls who were in
the habit of visiting there. She said there
were none at present, but she would Bend
oat and see what Bhe could do. In about
a quarter of on hour a fifteen-year-old
MULATTO GIRL
uU-iud tliu iwiu, butt wn3 Jiaiula&cd" vrftbi
a very few words. The procuress said she
could find no pne else that night, bat knew
of some one whom she believed would
consent to come with a little judicious
maneuvering, and who could not fail to
please him. She then gave a minute de
scription cf a young girl who has just put
on long dresses a plump and pretty little
brunette, not more than sixteen years of
age. This girl, the procuress said, was
still as8potle8sasthe snow, but she hoped,
through her craving for finery, which her
parents were unable to afford, to induce
her to consent to her vile plot. Tuesday
night Thiers eaw the procuress again, and
she
Eei-kateo a coxversatios
she had held in the morning with the girl,
who she said had half way consented
The only thing that kept her back was the.
fear of discovery. "I told her she s ould
have all the fine dresses and bonnets she
desired, and that she should never want
as long as she lived." So repugnant to all
of his feelings was this infernal scheme
that Thiers could not bring himself to al
low it to go any further, and thonsdi he
had not succeeded in gaining sufficient
testimony upon which to base a warrant
of arrest, he determined not to visit the
place again. He did not find Mag at home
last night, but warned the people about
the place that they would all be arrested
if there was a repetition of the occurrence
mentioned.
THE ROGERS TELEPHONE.
Tbe Rapid Progress of the Heinphls
Company Over $00 Subscriber.
ViatteriunT Teatlmonlal front Witts.
burg-, A rat. A Perfect Success.
The Eogers Fan-Electric Telephone
Company is making rapid progress, and
now has diu subscribers lor telephones.
The stock has all been taken, and from
present indications the new exchange will
be established in a short time. Everyone
who has examined the instruments is
convinced of their superiority, and those
who have tested them pronounce them as
near perfect as anything can be. The
company recently put in two telephones
lor me Messrs. r.iock Jiros. S Co , the well
known merchants at Wittsburg and
Wynne, Ark , distant seven miles, which
have given perfect satisfaction. Capt. J.
D. Kandall yesterday received the follow
ing letter from those gentlemen, which
speaks for itself:
THE LETTER.
Wittsbcko, Aek., September 13, lf4.
Capt. 3. D. Randall, Memphis, Tenn. :
Dbab Sis We herewith hand yea onr
check for $128 79 to cover in full the
amount due you on telephone, as per
statement inclosed, which we trust you
will find correct, ana send us receipt. In
regard to our shares in the Memphis Pan
Electric Telephone Company, we learn
that the shares have all been taken, and
you will please forward as the certificates
purchased by us, and ws w.H remit you
for the amount due. If you ran get" na
four shares more at ' the same figures we
will increase ours to ten shares. Your
instruments work welj. and we inclose
you certificate voluntarily. Your friends,
1H.OCK UHOS. A CO.
A FLATTERING TESTIMONIAL.
WiTTsm-RG, Abk, September 15, 1SS1.
Capt. J. D. Randall, Memphis, Tenn. ;
Dear Sir The Eogers Pan-Electric Tel
ephone line built by you from our Witts
burg house to Wynne, a distance of six
miles tbe way it was constructed, works
like a charm, and is all that we coal j ask
from it. Ws have given it severe tests in
all shapes, and it has never failed to do
what it has been called on for, and we
cheerfully recommend it cn all itsmerits.
Your friends, Floe? &ros. a co.
PERSONALS.
L. K ahs;, of Kahn x Frciborg, returned
yesterday from a business trip East.
Miss Lillie Fuhstexheim, of Adams
street, has just returned from the moun
tains. .Miss Sallis May White has returned
home after spending two months at Oko
lona, ML.
Miss Blanch Clabke, a charmingvonng
lady of C'iarksdale, Misj., is stopping at
the reabO'lf,' "
K. C. Ja'hcsos, the well known river
clerk, left last night for Cincinnati on a
business trip.
JCMilleEjOs Cedar Ciiapel, Tenn.,
.dTes .or et. Louis this morning to makri
his fall purchases.
Mum. INmsakty, wife of Mr. Daniel
Fogarty, died yesterday of consumption,
and will be buried this afternoon.
Mbs. Dk. Sappleb, of Okolona, Mtas., is
in the city stopping at the residence of
Mrs. Mollie White on Court street,
Papeb patterns and Illustrated Monthly
Fashion Journal just received at Menken's,
Catalogues and Fatfiim JsuntjJ fre.
Come and feet one. '
Jobs W.'WAucEBandMra.Msggie Sale
JIaclin were married yesterdav morning
at Calvary church. Thev vara hnth mkJ
in Memphis and have very large circle
of acquaintances, who wiu tender their
wishes tor a long ana nappy uic
. - . , , ,
Rl-rgeb. New York. W. T.
fTr.ar.man. Randolph: L. Hill, ir., Coving
ton, Tenn.; J. L. McClelland, St Lonis;
w. T. bnutn, oaruio, visiteu ra vuium
Exchange yesterday.
The Colnmbnsi Miss.) indM says: "Gen.
West, candidate tor Vice-President on the
Butler ticket, has taken the stamp in this
State. He delivered a speech at Vaiden
last Saturday in which he arraigned both
the old parties and took tbe ground that
the only hope of the country was in the
success of the Greenbackers. He said he
didn t expect to be elected and that h.3
was sowing seed for a future harvest.
SATED BY HIS SKULL.
A Darby Caasbt Picking; Pants Pockets
Take Frlarht
And Springs
Ont of a
Window.
Third-Story
When the boy whose business it is to
polish up boots entered the door of a
room on the first floor front, over the
office of the Hernando Insurance Com
pany, on Madison street, yesterday morn-
inn aViAiiv ti A'luilr Via kaowri n riinmnirvtia
noise, and by the dim light which sifted
through the shutters beheld a pair of very
rusty black heels protruding from under
the end of the bed. He
gAve the alarm
in so thrilling a manner that the owner of
the heels and the occupants of the bed all
sprang up at the same instant. One of the
electrified slumberera was ben. reter
Tracy and the other Mr. P. G. Bigley.
Something in tne appearance oi uiese gen
tlemen caused the darky to give vent to an
agonized howl and dash for the window.
Mr. Bigley, - springing out of bed, seized
mm by ine arm as ne put nis ioot on me
window-sill, but could not hold mm.
the keg bo leaped out,
and was afterward picked up senseless by
Patrolmen Wilson, and Jenny in the door
of the Bialto barber shop, directly under
the window, in the basement. He was
bleeding profusely. A handcart was sum.
moneo, tnc-tmet piaceaiu it anu tau to ige-mo;r.rai and I healthful nan. of growth
the Stationhouse, Where Dr. O raves I anj ..yelopnient. Daily gymnastics for the eul
dressed his wounds. His right wrist was tureof a vital body, which is the basis ot intel-
broken. and a horrible gash extended ob
liquely across his forehead, touching the
temple and cutting tbe bone, showing that
ne must uuve mrucn upuu me euge ui
THE STOKE STEPS
of the basement and rebounded. He par
tially recovered soon after his wounds
were dressed, but his pain afterward was
so great as to cause mm to lose bis senses,
and his wild ravings filled the block. As
soon ss the ambulance could be procured
he was sent to the hospital. 11 is condi
tion last night was such as to make hs
recovery extremely doubtful. The doc
tor was heard to remark, while dressing
the wounds: "If it had been a white man
he wonld never have reached the station
house alive "
Upon examination it was discovered
that the robber had first entefed Mr. R.
W. Leake's apartment, next to that of Mr.
Bislev and across the hallway, and from
the pantaloon pockets of Mr. Leake he had
abstracted S4 45, with a pocketbook. He
had also robbed M-. Bigley's pants of sixty
cents, and was in the act of seeking for
other valuables when interrupted by tho
porter's entrance, when he quickly hid
himself for the moment
UNPEB THE BED.
Mr. Leake is an elderly gentleman, and is
engaged as traveling agent for the well-
known house of Hill, Fontaine & Co. The
thief ransacked every trunk and 'drawer in
Mr. Leake's room in" search of money and
valuables, but only succeeded in getting
tbe amount named, which, with the
pocketbook, was found upon his person
when he wa9 searched by Officers Wilson
and Hedrick after they had him conveyed
to the stationhouse.
He has a number of atiaitt, among
them Keub. Land and Sim Henry, though
his true name is sud to be William
Hodges. About ten days ago he was
ARRESTED OX SUSPICION
bv Officer Horan with another and small
er darky and lodged in the stationhouse.
He wore at that time a new suit of clothes
and had several dollars in silver in his
pocket As no crime could be traced to
him he was released, thongh his compan
ion said he was a thief and never worked
any. It has since been learned that he
made regular trips on river steamers, pay
ing or beating his way on deck, for the
sole purpose of cutting the pockets of pas
sengers, nis age is aoout seventeen.
ADDITIONAL RIVER NEWS.
Blvor Telcsranas.
Cairo,: September 17. Kight River 7
feet 9 inches, and stationary. Weather
clear. No arrivals or departures except
local packets.
Cincinnati, September 17. Right
River stationary, with 3 feet 3 inches on
the gange. Weather clear and cool. No
arrivals or departures. ,
St. Louis, September 17. Night River
nsinp, -ith 9 leet 7 inches by the gauge.
Woatbor clear - and -warm.- - Arrived:
City of Vickabure, Vickebnrz; City of
Bavou Sara, New Orleans. Departed:
Oakland and barges and. City oi New
Orleans, New Orleans.
Movements of Ocean Steamera.
QrjKEXSTOWx, September 17. Arrived:
Uepnaioma, lioston.
Nsw Obleans, September 17. Cleared:
E. B. Ward, jr.. Truxillo. Arrived: S.
Oteri, Utilla.
THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE !
Shell Road Tobacco
TAKES THE LEAD.
MANUFACTURED DY
K. A. PATTEllON &
CO.,
RICHMOND, VA.
REASONS WHY THE SHELL ROAD IS SO
iorular:
1. It does not contain any pernicious ingredi
ents injurious to hea'tb.
2. It is mado of the finost Virginia leaf.
3. It is always uniiorm.
4. It is free from rjit.
5. It is tho best Tobacco for the money to be
found.
A king experience has taught us that the groat
necessity ol the times is a rood article at a mode
rate price. Our hhell Road Tobarco meets
ihe demand, and all we ask is a test of its merit.
Manufactured only by
R. A. PATTERSON St CO.,
Iticuniond, Va.
HUNTER
Mixer, Scoop,
Memsore, Weigher,
Dredger, Rice
Washer, Tomato.
Pumpkin. Start-it
Win and Fr;;
Strainctv Twelve
armies ut pne. "
xutica tanra.
More cnld thin an
ether Sive and Siften
cnmbinedl EvryisodT
like their, I We nuke
urice Sifters and Mixers
tit hand and pn-
Vntc fur cxc-
Fo-. Cifsciitneui, O., uo
CaaalSL.NewVotL
AewswamtfM for oar
Kitchen Sr-extltiet xnd
Huntcf Sifter Cook. Booei
JAMED
Wotiee.
TTAVlNCl learned tbe impression
---a. out tnat
I had nuit th itinu .a.l mil).
trade, I take this method of oo.' reeling the mis-
iii ae. k ia true I rjave sia out the lirery stable
ao. 5S VJnioai street to Messrs. J. L. Hall & Co.,
but hare erected an ofSoe in my mnle yards, Xos.
oi and 5v I nion street, where in tbe future as in
the past I will keep constantly on hand a good
Supply of Horses and Mules.
I am to--lny in receipt of a ear-load of 000D
KfcNTLCKY HOUSES AND MAKES, among
which ran be found some No. 1 aaddle and har
ness horses : also oue car-load of first-class 1KAY
MULES, which I offer to the trade.
W. A. FAIKES,
Xos. 57 aud 59 Union Street.
Mtsrms, Tg.. Autuat 23, 18&1.
HENNIiMGS
IMPROVED
SOFT
ELASTIC SECTION
w ZZTT evu.y Uaoer (jure
(BByeaaAOorM.
rive. Beat Sana tttK
SKkjruwraer.i'antfurUMia.
enuata l fi tt nor
i 0 A 2U lUaduli-a i-7li.i
FRESCO PAINTING 1
USBER RItOS,,
Contractors acd executors of the Fresno Winnaa
in the New Uayoso Ho',el snd Peabody Dining
room, and e$vort) laivate residences ia the eity,
will furnish dosigns on application for all kinds
of Frescoing in all tbe modern and ancient st lc,
Addreaa or call at STURLA'S Kirofcca Hotel,
corner Main S"d aa.'u .treett, Memphis, Tenn.
C. B. WELLFORD & CO.,
General Insurance Agents,
Memphis, Tenn. ;'
THE buainosa of this Crgs will be conducted by
me under tbe same name aa heretofoar. with
out intarruptinjo. '1'liOS. VKLLFUa,
aObvS
DOUSE?
TEST TOUR BAM MBER TO-DAT!
Brands advertl aad as absolutely pure
SJOISTT-aVXraT AMsSOaTtA.
THE TEST!
Place a can top down oa a hot stov. until heaAtaoa
remove tbe cover aad smell. A rinaaslil wui not Be SS
quirea to ueseoi me s
DOES SOT C0NTAI1 IffTmi.
m wmoasMtumk mm suTVftal mm mmmm
i tor a eaaiaas of a eaasssry a I
THE TOT CF Tg
PRICE BAKING POWDEXICO,
Dr. Price's Sgccial FlaTorini Extracts,
TWiauaawealaaaSaasaria.ira.i-.,e
Dr. Price's Lupullo Ytatt Gtss
Vne 1 Jffha. fJealtSlT WlMell TBS
i Dry Boa
" ' Teat In th. World.
FOR SALE
BY
GROCERS.
CHIOAOO.
ST. LOUM
EDlCATIONAl
Home & Day School.
Kiss Clara Conway, Principal.
Adams Street and Charleston Avenme.
TTMGHTH TEAR OPEN9 MONDAY, BEPT. ZZ,
UJ 184 TouuearonmeasiM jr.TO.
Thorough and progressive in aim ana meinoa.
textual training.
k,uulBil.t, 1. .wv dsnarlBMBL
Boat advantages in music. Are, uangaagBa wiu
t?i :.,.,
C:ases prepared for summer travel aoroau, ac-
ilOMK DiTAKi JlBJi 1 A.uvai ior lire ooocui
of pupils from a distance. Tho umber being
limited to 16. it will bo necessary to secure these
Call on or address MISS CLARA CONWAY,
Bo. 23 Adams street.
Circulars at boogatores pept. 1st.
STATE FEMALE COLLEGE.
PKEPABJiTOBT SCHOOL..
WILL be opened MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
22. 1881. Tho Principal, Jllaa Kanusa
Pet tit, will be at tbe College daily trom V o ciocg
,.m. till 12 m. lor tbe ensuing wees.
September It. 1SS4.
Edgeworth School, ltaltimore, Md.
TOARDING AND DAY SCilOOL FOR Y0UN8
XJ Ladios and Children. Tho 22d School year
begins Thursday, September lbth.
Circulars earn on application l ine i nuciimi.
MRS. 11. V. lih.tEllVKK.aii rranKlinet.
sneXAKDOAII VALLET ACSISENT.!
Winchester. Va.. DreDarol for University. Army,
navy or jsaainesa. , T T
V. u. V. iii.ufti aa.A. vunir. oi.va.y iu.i-r.
fcJT. TROHAS BALL, Holly Springs, Bliss.
School of hirharradefor boys. staDliehed lMO
Fall term Sept. 18th. A graduate of Dublin Unl
varsity teaches classics. Horns in rreeiaent
family. Address tne Hector, mgncsr rimrence
. XbXcairv'ts Boliool,
n p-'l POPI.AU KT MEMPHIS. TKNN A
)t)Zi Bnardinr and D&y School fur Youne La
dies and Children, under the charge of the Sisters
of S. Mary of the Episcopal Church. Day pupiu
limited to one nunurea; ooaraingpupus to twenty-five.
Seven thoroughly qualined instructors.
Thumb Tuition SoO, $50 and H0 per annum, ac
cording to class. The twelfth school year begint
Sept. ?2d. Ctroulars may be obtained at the city
bookstores. For fuller information apply :o the
Bister in charts. '
CARL M. DORSTER,
(Graduate of Lelpale)
TEACHER OF VOCALIZATION,
TT" AS defini'ely taken up his residence in Vem-
1 1 nhia. and is now ready to reeoive Duoiis.
Address iviiiMiaa cu.
Business and Classical School,
S. JOKES FKIXCIPAL,
1 1 1 I'D an able corps of assistant, will stssn
V V iu fourth year September 8, lf&t, at No. 606
Main atreet. Boya prepared for either buaicess
or college. Discipline strict and instruction
thorough, and modern in methods. For narti
lars and terms, address WHAKTON S. JUNES
136 Hernando street. Memphis. Tenn
Mrs. Emma C. Tucker
Will re-open her school at 27 Elnden atreet,
SeBtetnber IStn, with increased advantages
for advanoed classes.
SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
R. 0. PREWITX (University Vs.), Teacher.
Select, Eimited. aTtaoronarn.
Opens SEPT. 15th at STS Poplar street. Call on
or aadrcsa rrincipaj at ro flisaison St.
St. Agues Academy.
I30AR0IS3 A5D DAY SCHOOL THETH.IU
l-s ty lourtrj Pcnolaiie rear or ot. Aciim Aeu-
emr will becin oa tho 1st of September. Aa a :
cuarantea to tae pumio oi ita eucosiui career as
an educational institution, it ba but to refer
thorn to tho many refined ladies residing in tho
Tanoua parts ot toe Couotrywbo are numbered
amonff na rradnatet. in beautr ana nealtUIui
nes of lie Ation it ia mnaarDaafed.
The entire building ii heated by ateiui and the
artofsS bathroom auplied with hot and eold
water, thus eonrribatinc to tbe Lealth and com
fort of the pupil, tbing-tt over which the Indies in
charge exert an ever watrhful care. Instruct. on
In each department ia thorough and practical,
and the lannraaeea earefnllv tauatht. whila mni.
drawing, itainting and polite deportment receive
especial attention. i.ne library ia weii supplied
wit-n csoice Dfosa.
GEORGETOWN COLLEGE. O.C.
FocxotD ITst.
Arswlernle li.iarinret Krlioola open Sept.
11, 18M. Terma, KJ00 per annum. App y to
Fbksidr.nt or IvRottGrrowii Collkub, D C.
eillcal Urpurlrncul, lectures open Sept. 22,
lam. lerma.riuJ pr annum. Apply to J. W.
II. Lovuot, M.D.. Dean. 900 12lh streot, N.W..
ashinpron. 1. O.
Eaw Deparlmaat, le-tnros open Oct. 1,1881.
Terms, $SUpcrannv4m. ApiilytoS.M. iATMA,
cor. 6tb and F sts., N. W., Wash nston, 1. C.
J AM SS A. D00N AN. a. J., I 'resident.
BETHEL COLLEGE,
RCS5EXXY1XIJE, KT.
LOCATION hoUl:ful. Accessible from all
points- Well endowed, eleven schools ol
Instruction. Expense moderate. JKexttrtn be
gins September 4, lxx. Send for catalogue to
JAMES n. FL'QnA. Chr.irrn.n Facnlty.
SOUTHWESTERN
PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY,
ClarkBvUle, Teutau
Beptembor 1, 1S84, to Jane S, 1883. '
REV. J. N. WADDEL. D.D., LL.D., Chancellor,
Assisted by Six Professors.
Expenses from 1160 to $235 per appum.
Scad for a catalogue. -7..
Patapsco Institute.
(Fiftieth Session.)
EIJLICOTT CITY, M.
MISS SARAH N. RAND0LP" tRTvrrPAT
. Sitnati.nunsurp.Mi' " zz?3 SJ VHiis
Whor -' it- 'ith its abl.;eor ol
7? -j-i ih( areaa au vantages ior securing a 1)0-
.,-.,v,i, hu ii,, nappy res its irom its
roetlKKls ot instruction and discipline, no other
scnool can .be found oITvring creator advantages
;"r the trainme of young ladiea and children
than thia well-known institution oners. Apply
to I'rm'pnl for circnlsr.
FOITSTB
F02S 1LAIIES OJJTltY
A REJIEDT endorsed by tho best physicians
and drnggis's at its home.
A Rs.Mk.Oi- that Mr. C. W. O'Neill. Ooodwa
ter, Ala., says raised his wife from an invalid's
bed, and he believe Mrved her lift.
A HBtl'f of which a prominent Atlanta
merchant said : " wuuld havo given (HAI aa
soon as I wor.ld a nickle for what two bottlos of
you' i-o lidne did for my daughter,"
A Jt1EM-i1' "d to which. S. J. Cassells.
M.l)., druggist, Thouiasville, 6a , savs: "1
can recall instances in which it ujf,.nivti nlitf
nfrr ni tlte vital reitau had failed."
A SISKUY about which Dr. R. B. Ferrell,
Lagrange, Ua.. writes : "I have asei for the
last twenty years the medicine yon are putting
up and consider it the best combination ever
gotten together for the disease for which it is
recom mended."
A atKMEOY about which Dr. Joel Branham,
Atlanta, said : " Ikavr eramintd the recipe, and
have no hesitation in advising its use, and con
fidentlv recommend it."
A Ktmt.lsY which the Bev. If. B. Johnson,
near Marietta, Ua., says he has nsul In his
family with the "utmost satiiiuction" and
recommended it to throe families "who found
it to be just what it is recommended."
A UEMKUY of which Pemberton, Iverson k
Sonmson say: "We have been selling it fur
many years, with constantly increasing saiea.
1 he article is a staple with us, and. one iJ aoso
tvte mertt."
A KLMEOT of whjc'J Lauar, Rankin La
mar aay: "Wo Sfty gross in four months,
and p,e r sold it in any place but what it was
wanted again.
A Re M LU by which Dr. Baugh, of Lagrange,
Mm., says: "I cured one of the taoat obntinate
eaiies of iCAaioiin Msmkvki-atuik that ever
came within lay knowledge, with a few bottles."
4 SEHLIHpf whi lr. 3. C. Ilusa, Notaaul
fa, Ala., says: "lata fully coarinced that it
is nnrivaled for that class of diseatej which it
claim" to core,"
A sLVLDV about which Mi. John C. Whit
Dor, of Atlanta, well and favorably known all
over tbe United States a a a general insurance
agent, says: "I used this remedy before the
war, on a large plantation oa a great number of
cases. atrTj wi1 abmnlute aucrcse."
A Itt. WtDY about which Mr. J. W. Strange,
of Cartersville, Ua., certifies that on, boalM
cured teu n.'Cmoers of his fami'y of usastrual
Uiesa'arity of many yea;s standing.
THIS OKrlAt UEMEDY 19
Bradlleld's Female Regulator.
Send fnroair Treatise on "Health BapwU
net of Woman." Mailed free.
aeau.nf' III.... O
Me O, dUg.IlM,Ut,
A
'ipeeOUy eaatos O orme 1H d $mttma S
tstessf, wlucfe .?VteaMf eurM sierva
sty, r V 1,-1111.. rrraaalai
mil imhiMm ut.i.g from e,,r .wk ma4
naawsle eaT THaJte niailea free. awoaesVay sa. .
awssuig Sar. Wnlttaawk i? Sue tCiaotaaaih o.
1. 31. STANLEY,
(Successor to H. A. Taoss)
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
Main Street, Kenitbla.Tenn;
A FULL stuck of Wooden and Metallic C
and Caaketa. Burial lUibea
, elo., always oa
hand. Ordara by lalrapk or Xal.phoa. irosant-
iy eueuiteit to.
To (Souatry He
o
COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW GOODS FOB THE
FAIdld TRABB.
SHELF & HEAVY
Wo. 310312 Front Street MemPhi. Tenn. t
M
ANNOUNCEMENT !
We announce with pleasure the completion of onr New Store,
NO. 290 MAIN STREET,
CORNER OF MADISON,
and oar REMOVAL thereto. We respectfully Invite your Inspec
tion of tbe Store, with Its Fall aad Varied Stock or Goods, which
will be OPEN TO TUE PUBLIC
ftlONDAY, SEFTEItlBER 15.
u. li. JSyrd & Uo.
IS-Will keep open till lO o'clock MONDAY NIGHT for the ac
' foinmodatton of friends and vlsttors."!
E. WITZMAHET & CO
Wholesale Dealers
Sola A cent! for tha followina Fint-Clattfi Inatmrntviitat
stemway
URilltU BACH,
JaRfi Tti"Sa A"OJI' DAMIMH.
v ..,
aarA NKW 7-OfTT AVE
-Writo for Cntaloirnesi. noa.232
A. K. BOYD.
ALSTON
A.M.BOTB efc SOHS
COTTON
264 Front St.. cor.
THE KEW B. ELD11ED0E IhfV
Ui--I II.U miiUIIII.L
. . . Guaranteed ths Latest and Best
BCTTEKICKfl PATTEKAH for Uaolea Bilamea and Chll
. stren'a alartnenta. aterCatalosrnea tjent free.
Jfeeellea. Oil. Parts. Attarnmentaatttl
elainea. WAaOLEAl.E to M E alC If All TM.
J. B. AIDRICH & CO., General Ae'ti.
Bo. sa SORTH COURT BTBEET.
MiMMiBBMJWorttidnfCouTtararejeM
W. A. Gage & Coo
COTTON PAOTOBS,
' Front street, Memplus, Tenn.
A. VACCAHO & CO.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
278 ATfD 280 FRONT STRFET MEWPHfS.
ARCHITECT,
; Vf
i
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Tho
I r l&W . Cv,
fe0hility, and the only remedy
Hi
0Wfjj 1
XWtUMmmt Climates. For diseases -of tlte
"C !lVffetl
v VjMMlaCTlRn) BY M.l
t.Bl SCII0FF imjw.
.If-"l
PLANTERS INSURANCE COMPANY
(FXZIX AND MAIIINEI
OFFICE YS COMPANY'S ItHLIL, 41 MAlilSOX, MEMPHIS.
D. T. POKIER, Prea't.1 JKO. OTEBTOH, JrM Vlce-Prea'I. G. D. BAISrC, Seeretsu-w,
DIHEDTOnB. .
B. H. BROOKS, of Brooks, Seely A Co. I R. L. COFVIN. of.DHIard k Coffln.
W. B. UALBREATH, of W. B. Oalbreata A Co. I J. R. OOUWLN, of J. R. Godwin A Co.
J. M. GOODBAR.of Ooodbar A Co. J. C. MILLS.
JOHN OVERTON, J... Capitalist. I D. T. GORIER, of Porter k Macrae,
are-All kinds of Property Insured. Special attention also given to Insuring lawelllnare anal
i anntrjr Ntoree, at reasonable rates. Oommenned businesa In 1HU7. LOSSKS PAID, oa
Sgalf aa St 1 1 1 loo . A finmw f'omnwnv. w. respectfully ask yonr pstrnnare
IHOS. L. BISK. President.
H. C. HOSKLKS, Secretary.
M
emplii:; letil anil Weed
MANUFACTURING CO.
GALVANIZED IRON WORK,
TIN, IRON AND SLATE HOOFING
Iron fences, Metal Skyllghta.
TELEPHOSB He. SOI.
436 and 438 Uain St, and 21 and 23 Mulberry St, Memphis.
IHRrrroRH-ll. M. Jnnea. Jatn.a Jr.
pjnKTOe A. BEKTIE13?
a- ,1 SaAJIITFACTlTBEla OF TBS CELEBaVATED I I
Alabama JLime. 1 1
Ansa Bossier 1st Vonaemt. Pbsertea-, Vlalr.
C'nlanuey.a-'lneo,
"o- Bg3 3f--xa Htroot
Milburn Gin and Machine Gomp'y
MAJSTFACTUItElW OF
Eclipse and Anti-Friction Cotton Gins.
FEEDERS, COXDENSEltS aad PRESSES, STATIONARY EXGIXI
Beflen, ShalUnf;, raJleys, Ete. IUllroad, Steamboat aad ArcnltectarsI Work.
lyrTnyfTTTTH. ttittw.
M. MeCOOlHElR &Co
KAIiXTFACTXlaEIlS 3F
Doors, Sash,Blinds and Koldings
ALL KJNDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRAIll,
Brackets, SeroU-Work, Boafk aad Dressed Lajabor, SAlafres, IaU, El,
161 to 179 Washington St, Ccn:"!:!:, ; "r
Ttlmt Btres Can Oarry yoa W tos Itaraetacale, fje ehsar '
rckafcs !
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