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Wiggins' Dffclal What Prof. Proc
tor Sajg Preparing for Judg
ment Intemtiog Items.
Charleston, P. C, September 27.
JNO BBOCM occurred here last nigni.
Tnevea herisflnetodoyand m'-Bt of
the cityconir.1ff' t'o,i8 attended services
in tbeir own chu ekes, 'ihe open ai
worship on the Battery c.ntinued and
.was lately attended. The c ty is
crowded wi'h exoursioDis's. A thor
nueh examination shows that tbe
damtre to the renerib'e and beauti
ful Huguenot Church is about? 0000,
and tbe contrreeation contemplate
sending tbeir pa-tor, the Rev. Dr. Ved
der. to the Nort'i to appeal to tbe
Huguenot thrciiRbout the country
for contributions to make the necee
saryiepaiis. in s congregation was
among tbe heavuet sufleiers by th
e rtbnuake.
Tb Signal Office here Applied to
tbe Weather Bureau at Washington
for indications covering the penod
Wicgina's predicted earthquake. To
niebt the following dispatch was re
ceivcd from Gen. Uszen: "There are
at i resent no it.U -atlonu of any revere
atmospheric disturbances between
now and the 30tb. Timely notice will
be given jou should any cranga ap
Prof. Mifflin "
the American
Ottawa. Ont.. Peotember 27. Prof
YVitfiins is now elsiming that he has
been mitrepie3ented by the American
press. He denies that he ever re'ated
to lorresDondenti tbe chapter of nor
rorj which ha? been given as incident
al to the fu Ailment of his prediction
of the 29th jr. star. t. "X simply staled,'
the Prdf. ssor said to a reporter yester-
. dav, ''that earthquake forces would be
to'ihe sc uth of the thiit:eth parallel cf
of h ti tide. I never ventured any pre
dictions rreardine the dfstructire na
ture of tbe Etorm on that parallel at
A dispatch from AtUnte, Gb., Bays
that citizens there claim to have seen.
for the past three nights, blocdy lines
on the lace oi tne moon, bbu mat; me
matter has become the subject of gen
eral comment. The negrce?, tbe dis
patch eays, accept it as the fulfillment
of ihejucphecy that tbtra shall be
signs in the hravenB before tbe end of
the world, which event they now claim
will tate p'ace on the z n instant,
Prof. Proctor on WigglM.
St. Louis, Mo., September 27. The
. Eoelish astronomer, Richard A. Proc
tor, in an article contributed to the
Glubt-Democrat, entitled. 'Oar Wig'
Bins's Probhecy."sys:
"it appears to me Bhameful that any
man, even though be be not a student
of science and therefore not fully aware
of the miechtcf he is uoirg, should
spread abroad predictions of Cuming
diKteter in such fort trjat tooiish loik
era likely to be distuib.d ami teni
fied. Mr. Wigsins. a balf educated
acd vthrlly unscien'iSc employe of
tr.o Meteorological Umce in Ottawa,
bas long endeavored to ecauire
chesp reputation bv weather predic
tion of that kind, which cf itself as
aures tbe student of science that the
weather prophet is ti her utterly
ignorant cr exceedingly knavish.
After noting several instanc-s of
tbe fa'lure of former predictions
made by Mr. Witgtos, Mr, Proctor
asserts tnat the former's alleged dis
covery of a second moon is but a re
invention, an adopted discovery acd
snstairshis statement by quotations
from Ties and M. Petit, of Marseilles,
acd showa that tbe exigence of
second lunar body Bimilar to our visi
ble moon is an impo sibihty.
"Mr. Wiggins, continues the
writer, "claims to have predicted tbe
eartt quake of August diet, but truly
be ' tas so continuously threatened
storms and earthquakes that no great
dieturbatics of either sort could steer
clear of his predictions. He now
loudly proclaims that on tbe 29th
instant there will be another great
earthquake, one of the most teriiflc
subterranean upheavals ever known
on this continent.
''He knows that such a prediction
will attract attention lor a while to
biB name; that, if no disturbances
should take place on the 29th, or near
enough to that date to eeem like a
fulfillment of bis prediction, peop'e
will coon forget the failure of bis
prophecy and he as ready as ever to
listen to him sea n.
"lc may, however, be asked whether
there is cot some re, sin fur r garding
the ititli of benttmb. r rs a day of dan
ger. Even a Wiggiss, it may be sug
gested, must at leatt imagino reasons
for his predictions', as the T.cec, Ihe
Vennors, the Grimmers and others of
tbe mischievous tribe have imagined
for years in tbe past. Mr. Prcctor
then goes on to show that certain well
known astronomical facts have prob
ably induced Mr. Winging to make his
latest prediction, one being the slight
tendency of eartbqntkes to increase
during the mouths ot August ard Sep-
tember, and another that earth throts
are more apt to occur when the moon
is in or near her point of nearest ap
proach to the earth and in or near the
line connecting the earth and sun than
at other times. The moon will be in
such a position during the latter pait
of tbe present month. Hut such con
ditions, Mr. Prcctor observe, "recur
year after year, and resulting earth
quakes are no more liable to occur
this year than in September of the.
coming century," Un the contrary, he
argues that there has already been one
great earthquake and it is exceedingly
probable that the imprisoned fircej
of the earth beneath tbe American
continent tave for a wbile found re
lief and that no great earthquake will
. occur in tbe same region for many
yeais, po-sibly centuries.
Enrtbqnahes at Siuiibville, K. V.
Wilmington, N. 0., September 27.
A special to the Star rfports two
earthquake Ehocks at Smithville, one
at 11:30 o'clock la-t night and one at
4 :50 o'clock this morning. There was
no damage done.
Preparing; for Jndgment.
Le'and (Mis?.) Record: A colored
man.thoroughly alarmed by Wiggins's
prediction, was out near J. A. Denton's
ga den Wednesday night Banding np
prayers long and loud. His lamenta
tions attracted the attention of quite a
number of people in different parts of
town, wdio listened with amusement
.to the poor, frightened darky's peti
tion for mercy. Finally some mis
chievous persons pre cured some eky
rockets and fired them off immediate
ly over bis head. He fell back in ter
rible fright and has not been heard of
Looking for tbe End or the World.
An Atlanta special to the New York
World on the same subject sajs: The
colored ppopla of this section bave
been on tbe verge of lunacy the past
two weeks over the prediction that
the end of the wnrld wonld occur on
the i'Ah. In Wilkes county four
cave predicted the fatal day a year
ago jnouarndsct oeonle place im
plicit tn-.st in the assertions of these
men. The snnourcsmeDt by Prof,
Wiggins that another earthquake
wonia taae place cn the very day
which the colored people had picked
out for the end of tbe word bas
alarmed the whites, and 'hus there
ex s's a concurrei t sensation which
has tbe effect cf demoralizing labor
Hundreds of new members are beirg
added to the churches, and tbe camp
meetings are being attended by im
mense crowds.
Kinofce from thiinney Rocb
Some excitement wts created In
Western Maryland tha past week.
writes a Baltimore correspondent ot
the Philadelphia Timet, by reports
that since the eartt nuake of Angus
31et volumes of smoke have been seen
issuirg from tbe crevices in Chimney
rock, near Mecbanistowo, Md., on tbe
Blue Riike ranee. One paper in Balti
more weut so far as to state that a
Maryland volcano had been discov
ered. which increased tbe alarm, par
ticuiarly in the towns that dot the
sides ol the uiue Kidge in Maryland
and the beautiful Lumbal land vaney,
Newsnaper correspondents made
trip to Ch'mney rock, and were aided
in tbeir invest gation by John v. Mil
ler. tbe hotel keeper of Mechanic!'
town, and who has lived on the moun
tain within gunr-hot of tbe mysterious
Cbimney rock all his life. Mr. Miller
dec'ared that while there bad not
been any particular disturbance no
feed further tr an the eeneral vibra
tions felt all along ihe Blue Kiiiga at
the time ot tne Linrioston earinqunae.
still there had keen within tbe past two
years phenomena in the vicinity of
Uhimney rock which could net oe
understood, and had a' armed some of
the mountdineerj to such au ex eat
that they moved away. Tbe cummit
of Chimney rock is very d.flicult to
reach, it one of the steepest and
wildett of the Blue R dge chain. The
surnm t is 1200 feet above Mechanics-
town, and if Chimney lock should
ever turn intD a Vesuvius that would
be the last of the charming village in
which so many Biltimore ans nrw Bid
tbeir summer hotn?. At the hight of
lltO feetat rrace is reached. After
proceeding about fifty "yards along
tbe plateau the progress ol the tourist
is blocked by a perpendicular wall ol
bare limestone kn jwn as table rack
This wall arises from the plateau fully
250 feet on esch side like tbe ram
parts of a great fortress. It is here
that are to be leen the s' range freaks
of natute which g.ve rise to (he theory
that down in that mouDti in are vast
internal furnaces straining to give
vent to tbeir pent up fires. By
perilous c'imbirg the tcp of
Chimcey rock is reached. There
are many cuiious fianirts in tbe rock,
These a e ol an unknown deptn
From these fissutiB columns of
smoke have been seen to tise from
lime to time within the last two year
Landlord Miller and many others have
teen this smoke, and it was plainly
definable frjm the intense blue soinky
hszs that always covers the Blue
Ridge peeks. It wig a dense black
smoke, forming a ttrong contrast to
the blue bazo.
Mr. Miller cays that when he first
noticed the smoke cooninz out of tbe
mountain, two years ago, it seemed to
startup like a jet of high pressure
sleames thick as the trunk of a big
tree.acd with a crown like tbe spread
ing folifgs of a p:ns ties. Tbe news
paper invest gitcra made efforts ti
tauge the depths of the fissures, but
without success. Many of them were
partly filled in with timber and huge
stones which had been cast down by
inquititive visitors, but, wherever the
view was unobstructed it was easy to
see tbat they extended far below the
visible base of the lable rock itself,
and probably hundreds of feet into
thedeptbsof tbe mountam. lhore
bad evidently been considerable dir
turbanee of rock within a recent period.
In some places n asses we-'ghing hun
dreds of tons had split away and
sunk vertically, as if t j fill a mighty
chasm existing beneath. The sinking
varied from twelve to forty or fif:y
feet, and tbe growth of young brush'
wcod In the crev.'c s seemed to indi
cate that fie changes had been
effected within the lest three or four
year?. In a few spots light penetrated
the fissures in a la eral direction fifty
or eighty feet below, and signs of
burning or blackening on the walls
were distinctly no'iceable. Volcano
or no volcano, it is plain that active
geologic il changes have been at work
on Chimney lock within quite a re
cent period. The i.t'etitiou of geol
ogists has been called to Cbimney
rock and its queer phenomena, and
sine a tbe recent earthquake, which
sotr.ewhbt enlarged tbe fissures, the
residents ol the valley bave not been
a little agitated over tbe idea that the
top of Chimney reck miy prove to be
a c later.
An iBKenloua Device.
In China tbore is a curious dev'ce
to make record of earth tremors. Ooe
of the instrument is thus deecribed:
"It is of copper and is shaped like a
wine bottle, inside is a httle pil'ar,
so placed as to move in eight direc
tions. On the outs de of the bottle
are eight dragon heads, each of which
contains a ball. Underneath these
beads are eight frogs, so nlaced tbnt
tuey appear 13 watch the dragon's
face, so that they are ready to receive
the ball if it should be dropped. All
the arrangements which cause the
pillar when it moves to knock the
ball out of the dragon's month are
well hidden in the bottle. When an
earthquake occurs and the bottle is
shaken, the dragon instantly drops
the ball and the frog which receives it
vibrates vigorously. Any one watch
ing th's instrument can easily observe
earthquakes. Once upon a time a
dragon dropped .its ball without any
earthquake, and the people therefore
thought this instrument was ol no
use, but alter two or three days a
notice came, saying (hat an earth
quake bad taken place in Roael."
Tbe "Frermnn'H Journal" on Par.
' CablFKram.
BcnuN. September 27. The JFVee-
man'a Journal says that Mr. Pare ell's
cablegram to President Fitzgerald, of
the Irish National League in America,
is virtually an appeal to the Irish, at
home and abroad, "t torn the untish
Government," adds the paper, ''Both-
ne ran be expected by the Irish peo
ple, who may, however, bave every
thing by their own endurance, backed
by the help of their excited country
men. There must be no disorder,
though: no wild insrnitv. no acts of
estrangement to the world's sympathy.
vvhere.tlie lacdtoros give prjus mat
hey are lair minded let them be met
by fair dealings."
Bencb Declines Uanlan'a Challenges
Liverpool, September 27. Hanlan,
the oarsman, lauded here yesterday.
lie appears to b in good lorm. lie
has challenged William Beach to row
a race on the Thames for any sum up
to $25,000, and bas offered to row him
in America or Anetralis, Hanlan to
give Il;ach $10,000 in the former caee
and Beach to give Hanlan $10,000 in
the latter. Beach has declined all the
prepbe shave aiisen, who claim
The Bond Calls Reports of Consuls
on Labor aud Wages in Ger
many General.
Washington, September 27. The
State Department is receiving a large
amnnnt ot interesting information
from ourCoDsul Corps abroad. Among
the recent reports the following is in
relation to wages and labor iu Ger
many :
Tne common workmen in the mills
around Creleld, Germany, reemve
82 81) a week and the day's wrk is a
little less than twelve hours. Carpen
ters, machinists, spinners, etc , are
paid from t3 57 to $5 24 per we k.
Consul Potter reports that these pe
pie manage to live on these weges cot
withstanding tbat coflee is 33 cents I
P"und, beef 14, butter 31 and salt pork
18. One mill opera'ive gives figures
to show that bis family of four costs on
an average 89 cents per week for each
for food. It is wonderful how they
can do it. (Jottages are rented to em
ployes by the mill owners for about
$45 per year, and if the family occu
pies the cottage continuously for
nineteen year, then, by a i revision
of tbe contract the property bec.mts
ab:olu'ely theirs. If the premiees aie
abandoned before the period, the
renter s accumulated ugbts are for
feited. The advantage of this eystem
to employes acd employers ib evident,
Tbe proprietor secures and obtains
gcod and skillful workmen, while tbe
employe, tbrougu a kind ot compuls
ory sybtem cf saving, secures a home
for bis old age.
It can thus be seen how difficult it
is f.r American manufactu e s to
compete with the cheap band labor of
lOtirjpe in the production oi silk
i eods.
Farm laborers about Crefeld receive
al.out $71 per year wth bjarJ, when
in charge of teams. Second laborers
are paid onlv :!) with board. A farm
hand when living separately can earn
$ 1 42, the wife being paid $11 90 during
l.Avncat tima With t Vi A aula rt nnatj?
mi k, a pig and veaeUb'es the labor
er's family receive 8228 per annum.
Farming around Mayence, in the
Grand Duchy ot lltsse, is not on
due'ed on the most advanced price!
pies, and tbe land is very much cnt
np in'o small parcels and worked by
multitudes ot proprietors, and hand
lab jt plays an important part. Twelve
years is the full length of time for
which a firm is rented, reports Con
eul Smith, and the rent is about 1 25
an acre each year.
Consul Hsrper repoits that farms
rented in Bavaria at from $2 40 to
$5 70 per acre, according to siz,
Farm laborers receive frr m $21 to $71
per year, with board. Day laborers,
without board, are paid from 38 to
ti 47 cents 4er day for men and from
23 to 35 for women. Tbe ehoito.-t
day's work in winter is ten hours and
the longest in summer is fifteen hours,
la Brunswick consul Harper re
ports tbat the method cf farming is
intensive and that the soil is worked
to give the greatest pcesible yie'd, e
pocia'lv where the sugar beet is cult!
vatad. Here the demand for lab jr is
extended and all classes ef hands are
employed. Country schools are closed
at such periods that the children may
help la wedinz out tbe beets, un tne
larger estates there are families which
have a bit of lend loaeed from tbe
proprie'or at nominal renta'ssnd the
nembert b cd themselves to work cn
the estate. Members of tbe family
receive the market wages. In the
vicinity of Gandeishein a man, wife
and child will earn $184 a year. The
proprietor of the Watdum esta'e pays
men M cents a day, summer enu win
ter, working, eltven hours daily
Women b:nd the grain behind tbe
scythe, and are paid for such work
iroin 30 to 04 cents per day. Men
earn from 60 to 71 cents in mowing,
loofeul JJittmer at bttttiu, reports
tbat proprietors of the large estates
us s the American threshing machine
to come extent Farm laborers are
paid 371 cents per day. Thev gener
ally live in email touets belonging tj
tne estates.
Consul Tanner, of Chemnitz. Saxony,
writes mar. mere are a lare cumber
of ponds which itud tbe fields in
every direction and are a eoarce of in
come to the owners. Tbess ponds
teem wan carp which are It it to look
out for themselves until a year old,
when they are fit for the market.
bringing from 12 to 20 cents per
pound, in winter the ponds yield
ice which is sold at a fair price. The
customary weges paid to hired ser
vants on fa ms are about $57 annually
for men and $29 for women, with
bsatd. Field hands receive G3 cents
uer day without boa'd, women 314
Prtnttil P.1nl,r.nr CAnnnlm.,
Thuringia.stattB that in Siegel's Flan
nel factory at 1'ressneck, common
bands are paid $1 67 per week ; spin
nfrs,$3 21; weavers, $3 57.
In liremen, consul Lopnina renotts
that in the Oanabruck Iron and Steel
Works the wages paid per week cf
sixty hours are from $3 to 13 50 to
ordinary laborers, and $5 to $0 to
skilled hands.
Ia Breslan, Consul Diltmar reports
that agricultural laborers are paid
fiom $19 to $24 per year in cash, be
sides food and cotlage, and tv e wife of
the laborer is bound to work in tbe
field, whenever required, at 10 cents
a day. Agricultural laborers are paid
in E berfield 25 cents per day with
board, or 50 to 62 cents per day
without bosrd
Stttiia of the Tbree Per Cent. Loan.
Washington, September 27. A
statement prepared at tbe Treasury
Department shows the status of the 3
per cent, loan at the close of business
today as follows: Tvtal loan. $W5,
581.250: redeemed in 1883. $52,250:
surrendered under circular of August
at), laso, jk,i;uij; circular ol Keptem
ber IS. 1880. $5!K).550: called. $228.-
616,200; uncalled, $75,528,200.
Oleoinaritarine Stamps.
Washington, September 27. The
new oleomargarine tax stamps will be
ready frr gunfetal distribution about
the middle of next month,
The Bartholdi Ntatue Invitations.
WAsniNQTON, September 27. The
President will not iesue invitations on
behalf of this government to French
persons, asking their attendance at
the inaugural ceremonies of Liberty's
statue, to tike place at New York next
month. The invitations to such ci ti
ns of France as may be renuosted to
attend the inauguration will be ex
tended in the name and by the direc
tion of the American committee, un
der whose control the pedostHl bas
been erected and the statue will bs
placed in position. These invitations
will be preeented in France through
United States Minister McLain. The
President will give the American com
mittee all the aid in co-oneratien pos
sible to make the inauguration impres
sive tnd successful, bat will ep
within he laws upou the tuMect a
pies d by Cngre-fi, wbiiiti m-ks no
men i n of inviiatiuns to anyone and
ro appropriation rcrsnco expenditure.
In this connection it is remarked tbat
in the cast of (he i orkiown cominera
orat oo, uonR-ess ny renoluticn ex-
iressly authorize! and directed Ihe
President of tae Unit. J .Htea t3 in
vito tbe citianDH of tbe French Renub
lie, and eepeciailv ihe Lifavette lam
ily, and appropriated a sum of money
to ecatjle tarn to execute the reeolu
ticn, but ia tbe present ease no such
direct on or satgett ou hes been made
by Congress.
secretary eayaru leaves Washington
at co n t .-dsy fir a short vacation. He
gres fi'stto Bcs'oa. He expects to be
absent about awte.
ihe President t day appointed Wm
C. Allen, ol Smh Crolira, to be
United Statea Consul at P.edras Ne
trap. Mexico.
Tbe is:iie of standard silver dollars
from the mints during the week end
irg Sep eraber 25th was $872,938. The
iesue during tbe corresrond'ng period
of las; year was $titl,4)3. The ship
ments of fractional nlver coin s nee
September 1st amount to $1,012,012.
The Treesury Department has de
clined to grant permission for tbe im
perial ion free of duty of fishing boa's
and flsbing appliKnces from Canada
f. r temporary use n ihe United Stales,
as not authoiize'i by )aw.
lubaa fane Almmii Wholly ton
rmurtl iu lull Country.
Washington. S j t mter 27. Con
sul Geneia' Williams, it Havana,
trannnits a report to ti e Secretary ot
Slate, which shows t'lnt nearly 94 per
cent, of a'l the miiar cane p-oduct of
Cuba for the fir:t quait-r of this year
fnund "consuming market" in the
United S ates.
Tn Sen Hie I 4 ruitrra.
Washington, Sptembr 27. The
new steel cruiser Boston, which suf
fered some damage two or three weeks
ago from the ful ing of nne of her tops,
bas been repaired, and it is expected
that the will be tinitdied and rcrndy to
go into comuiis ion within two or
three weels. Tbe Chicasro, the last
and largest of tbs four steel cruisers
authorized by Congress in 18S3, will
probably be finished by February 1st.
No Contraelion of the Currency.
Washington. September 27. United
States Treasurer Jordan, in an inter
view with a 1'ott reporter today, said :
"I do not expect auy contraction of
the currency to result from future
calls of tbree per cent, bonds, although
I do no; expect that more than 25
per rent of the called bonds will be
replaced by the rational tanks with
four and four and a half per cents.
These bonds c st too much ib the
rra ket, end there wou'd be no piollt
to a bank in curenry secur.'d by
bonds fcr hich so much would bave
to be paid." Treesurer Jorden thinks
that within twelve months from ddo
a'l the tbiee per cent binds cow cut-
standing will be called in if Ihe rev
enues of tbe government continue as
at present.
. Artlval of Lieut. Bclmlse.
Washington, September 27. Lieut.
William II. Schutze, United Sta'es
Navy, who was Bunt to the Lena Delta
to distribute the presents which wore
made by the government to the na
tives who rendered nsistance ti the
Jeacette survivors, returned to Wash
ington yesterday, and this morning
leported in porsin to the Secretary of
State. Lieut, h'chntzo found many cf
the natives of tne delta in a destitute
condition, and somn of them at tbe
point of starvation. Ihe recipients of
the presents were grea'ly c-urprisul,
and celebrated tbe event turaultuously
by the firing tf guns and otherwise.
Such of the presents as were adapted
to the purpose were donned at once,
and were there fter worn conspicuous
ly outside the fur garments of their
lucky owner;. Lieut, bchut.es ol-
ficial repoit to the Secretary of State
has not yet been eompleted.
The Duly on Mriiclural Iron.
Washington, Stptember 27. The
Acting Attorney General has given an
opinion to ths lr-asury Department
in regard to the duty on structural
iron imporlcd for use in the construe-
ion of tbe Capitol Building at Aus
tin, Tex., BU6talnirg the tction of the
Department in assessing duty at the
rate of H cents per pound, and advis
ing tbat such importations should not
be classified as entireties or crrnpleted
mauufaetures, but tbat tbe several
parts or pieces in the form in which
importeu should In classified nndor
such specific provisions of the tariff
act as is applicable t each clars.
Sore Eyes
The eyes nre nhv:iys in syinpntliy with
tlio body, find niVord mi excellent Index
of Its ciMnlitLn. AVlieii Hie eves beenmo
weak, and tlio lids inlbim I ami sore, it is
tin evidence, that the Mtcm lias become
disordered by Bcrofuln, for which Aycr's
Sarmtparllla is the, best known icinedy.
Scrofula, wlileli ni-mliiced n nalnful In
fbniiimtion In my eves, caused mo much
Miil'cring for a iiuniin r of years. Hy tlio
advice of a physician 1 commenced taking
Ayer'a Saraaparilla. After using tbis
medicine a short time 1 was completely
My eyes are now In a splendid condition.
and 1 am an well anil sIi-oiil- as ever.
Mrs. William (luge, Concord, ". H.
For a number of venrs I was troubled
Willi n humor in my eyes, ami was nimble,
to obtain hiiv relief until I commenced
using Ayer'a Sai 'saparilla. This medicino
liaa ell'ectcil a complete cure, and I believe
it, to be tlio best of Mood liiuillcrs.
C. K. Upton, Nashua, X. H.
From childhood, ami until within n few
months, I have been alllieled with Weak
and More Kyes. 1 lime used for tlieso
complaints, with bcuelieial results, Ayer'a
Sarsaparilla, and con-idcr it a (Treat blood
puriUer. Mrs. C. riiilli" (Hover, Vt.
I suffered for a vciir with inflamma
tion In my left eye. 'Three ulcers formed
on thu ball, dcomim; ' of (-i ur 1 1 1 , and
causing great pain. After Irving many
oilier remedies, to n" purpose, i was nnaiiy
Induced to uso AVer's Siusapaiilla, and,
By Taking
three dottles of this medicine, hnve been
nlli-elv cured, llr si'dit has been re
stored, and there is'no sit-'" of Inlhimma
lion, sore, or ulcer in mv eye. Kendal
T. Itowen, huynr Trcu Kidge, Ohio.
M y daughter, ten vears old, was afflict)
Willi Scrofulous rjo're Dyes. During the
last two years she never saw light or any
kind, l-bvslel II IIU ft f the hiLrhet Nlandili'f
exerted their skill, Imt willi no permanent'
success. On the lvcomiucmlation ot a
friend I purchased a bottle of Aver' Sitr
saparilla, which mv diuchtcr commenced,
taking, llefore sbc had used the third
bottle her sl'lit was restored, and she can
now look steadily at a brilliant light with
out pain. lliTcurc Is complete; W. K.
Sutherland, J-Jvangi list, bhelby City, Ky.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
Prpreil l.y Dr. J. C. Ayor k Co., I.o."i, Maui.
Hold by ill lruWbti. Price 1 J six IhiUIm, $i.
WVKOOKLTW.N. T. Board on th Bill,
Mrs. 11. 0. Howard, Wuhinirton
Park. HnAml Inr..?
location daliihlful,
CnnvanUnt In flan to MnhattAn
Con Island, Look Braoh and Central Park I
alto to jnw lor plaoti oi aaiuicmaav
liitual Life Insurance Co.
lUCIIAHD A. 91'ClTItDV. I'roshlonf.
The Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the Uorld.f
Iron and
". &
(Suooetsori In this lepartmenttn JOHN MANOUUE.)
i-Wrltans for infurmntinn nn ANY TIIINd In olthor Hn.
Tlio Planters Fire and
Oflice In Coinianr'B Bnlldloar, o, 41 IrlittllNou Nlreel, nrnibla, Teun.
D. T. POBTER, Pm. UNO. Of KRTON. Jr., Vlos-Prn. J, II. NMITII, Htc'j
V. II. Ill' NT H.
IlKl.noitS-S II.BK0UK8.ol llrooki,
it, i. rwti i r;n, ot i-ortor Jt maornei juiin uvr.it run, J., J. u, mii.ua, J. n.
UOUW'IN, of J. K. Uodwin i Co.; J. M. (In(H)BA It, .,f Ooodbar ACo.i
J. M. H1I1.LIPS. HAKUWId l'llltKS
t'oninipnrrd liii'liir.s Iu IHH7.
Iiwrlllnira InnrrlallT llralrru.
Also Bsprosents the Si'ninoriKi.n Fihi, of
tomcast: wtti'BTAiM t
t, X. TAMA80H.
o. o. biis.
UhoIosaJo Grocers
S89 Front Street, Memphil, Ten a. .
OalUl eBilf ned to u will bar oar aarafnl attention. Wa oarry at all Uaai wall
lalaetad itook ol
Stiple& Fancy Grccsriss, Wines, Liquorsjob.cco & Clgirt,
4n1 will nm
SI ami 3G MfuliMon Hi., : M emiilils, Tenn.
W VyZ ...,.-"-j-:-1.rrr--,V,A
'' !
Lata J. T. Lal'rada A
tm .i '.3Xil c 1 i
.vr 11
No. 304 Front street,
w-HavIni retlrad from tha Saddlery and Ilarnosi hnslness and opan.d an offloa as abov..
wear, ploa.ad to announca to our friends and th. publlo senerally that wear, now prepared
to sorve them In our new oaoaoity. Keturnlnu thanks lor th. Tory liberal patrons, ei
tended us In th. .Id Una, wa trust to merit and reoeive a ajhaiof rotiriai thsw.
KOS. H mul 10 lim WTHEKT. - - - MEMPHIS. TF.V.
A. B.niTII, Proprlxlor.
"tt";. -
! P-SV :'i
T -
'--""' " atl
at. Savla.
ha S.sjalllTaa.
T7hoIeale Grocers, Cotton Factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tern
Mr. L 9. iAItflT d.ToUi hti whol. time to th. weighing and sal. of sJI Oorto titrvM
Av oir hjrg..CotUB Warehouse. o Wajhinto itraU
l(Oto 174 Adams Memphl-
Bnr Iron,
Boiler Iroa
A - ' iji
; iii'JShfsl Iron
'- ' f Ulvvla,
T, 22(i and 223 Second St
Marino Insurance Co.
AaKlalnnt NrrrclnrT.
Nsaly A Co. : It. h. COFKIN, of Plltard i Coffin i
t.onnrn I'nul.Wvrr Ilnlf a Hllllou.
hiirlnaifl.ld, Mass, ; (Iiokuu IIoui Ixburahci
ttt, n t'nstr nnnnirn , inn
L. W00M0I
& Colfon Factors,
l.nw tnm I,avmi
Manufacturer's Agents for
Daniel I'rnU oHoii Olnn,
Manufacturers of
Prill F.lliai lln'lor Ulna, FsmI
era auil Win K'ilrcr,
1H to 101 ruplur St., Memphis.
-Pratt RsTolvlng-IIaad Olns nna
qunlnd. Htook now enniilota. Price,
reilucod. Oorra"onlonoe ana ortleri
lolioited. Old Mins Keiialred In Kirst
la surd . All work guarantosd.
Lata with J. I. La l'rada 3l Co
Memphis, Tcnn.
Ann '
IV. A. NiiitU'8 l'at. Neparalor.
Enirlo EcliDBe HnllPr JlnH,
rialn 10-Inch (Jin, and
sioinnnsi htahiabi puenn.
Prii'e at Fantorr. l0 and "110.
mm - k kinds of Gins Rnnatred. Siieoial
Discount to tb. Trado.-aa
anil Front Ht., Mvmplila, Tsna
Thn. SJlnrk.
I. J. Clair k.
Jio. 17 Jefferson Street,
(BatwMD Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
lEsUbllihedln 1860.1
DR .JOHNSON is aeknowledred br all par
ties interested as bj far the most sns
eessful physician in the treatmentof prirate
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent cure,
auarantoed in every ease, male or ferrale.
Recent ca.os of Uonorrhea and Syphilij
cured in a I w dars without the use of mer
cury, chance of diet or hindrance from
business. Secondary Syphilis, the last ves
tiReerailicated witbontthe us. of m.roury.
Involunsnry loss of semen stopid in short a
timo. bullcrers from Impotency or loss of
soxual powers restor. te fr. Tifor in a few?
weeks. Victims of self -abuse and exeessiv
venery, surTerinf from spermatorrhea and
lossof physical and mental nower, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular at ten
tin psid to the Diseases of Women, and
cures suaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the m of caustic or the knife. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all parts of th
arWorkinsmen enred at half th. usual
o'clock p.m.
rates, umc. nours Iroin o clock
a.m. to
D. S,
SJ WlM.nl tnnaa A T.thrS '
Dwaka, Tablet, Chairr'
Jlook Cases. Lonnost
Latter Presses, Cabinej
Ladies' Fancy Desks, Att
r'inM (1o.l and Itmm;.
Price. UuMrHtitwtl. CntAloL
rree, Aumw 4o. No immUt
PURSUANT to an execution issued Au
gut B. lHHii, from the Supreme Court of
Tennessee, on judgment rendered by said
Couit, June In. ltMi, in favor of J. L. Kpper
nn against W. II. Oalhr ath and J. M.
Kowlkes. compriiina the Or in of W. B. Oal
'ireath i Co., tor one Ihouund and eighty
nine dolluii and tighty-five Otnts (llUHtl 86),
I will on
Naliirrtny, Ortnhrr g, IHH,
Id front of the Courthouse (hnr, In, Shelby
county, Tenn.. sell to the huhe-t bidd.r lor
cash the following co'cribed tract of land in
the Taxing DiMriol of bh.'lby county, In
cthelhy county, Tenn., to-witi Kcginningat
anoint on the south line ol Union street,
M tret cast of a four (41 loot alley; then?
east on and with south line of Union street
'Myf feet to a stake; thence southwardly, at
right nnsles with Union street, 11,8 feet to an
alloy: thence with said alley westwardly
tee' to a stake; thence on a line per
pendicular to Union street northwardly IVi
ioet to the point of beginning, being snm
lot conveyed b V. 11. Ualblelh to A. Vtf
raro by deed reristered in Shelby county,
Tenn., in book li'sl, page 1H7, and same bslns
the eaft hall' of lot convored by K. I.ane '!
M. L. M each in and W. II. Malhreath, by
deed In book hi, page VM. of the Kegister'f
offlc of said county. Levied on as the prop
erty of W. 11. Ualbrrath to sutMy said ex
ecution. W. II. CANNtiN, Hheriff.
Ry John .1. Mason, Deputy Sheriff.
Poston St Poston, Attorneys.
817 mul 810 rST LOUIS
N. Second sdf, JLSV
wood-workinq MACHINERY
And Iron Roofing.
Fir, Wind, Vfutrr und I lvhlnln
ror. Suitable for all kinds of buildings"
For prices and estimates at feotory rates.
oa.M en or address
138 A 440 Main and 31 A 21 Mulberry St..
Ileadqnarters for Iron Fenoes and Cresting.
Gal vanised Iron Cnrnlce.Tin Rcols A Stoves. '
Wsst'. NlRVI and Dkair Tssatmswt,
a guaranteed ineolQo for llysUrla, Dlsil-
gia, Headache, Nervcvs
... uuuimnuurr, c iix, tervnuv neurai
, Ueadache, Nervcvs Prostration, caused
by the use oi aloohnl or tnh.nnni Urk
fulness, Mental Depression, Softening of tb
Drain, resulting In insanity and leu. 'Ing to
misery, decay and death) Premature old
Age, llarrenness, Loss of Power In either
ei; Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, oausi J by over-exertion of the brain,
self-abus. or overindulgence. Kaon box con
tains tin month's treatment, ol a box, or
six boxes for V, sent bv mail prepaid, .a
receipt of price. We gunrrntce Six Iloxeg
to oure any oase. With each order received
ty as (or six boxes, accompanied with 11,
w. will send the purchaser our written
guarantee to refund th. money if the treat
ment dne -ot aiTcct a cure. Guarantees
Issued nnlyh. A. HKNKKRT A (10., Drug
gifts. Memphis. Tenn. I
gk ynor retoilor for His Original 83 Hbosv
- H.'waroof linllutluna. m ,
Kone Genolue aulvu twurlug thl.Hcn.iu p.
lUao iu Uuttou, Uonfrmu and Lac li'it Cnlf
iUt i.Com fort and Avtat '
fuuf. A iMMtaleanlit'iit to
J. Hoans & CoT .
41 Lincoln ns
I WV swH '
That shoe stand higher In th. estimation of
Wtortrt fchan any other In the wiirlri. Thou
sands w ho WOU It WtU tell you the reason, It roil
J. P. II0LST & MiO.
Funeral Directors.
Mu. 330, iSECOM) ST., 31 tM I'll IS.
A FULL and complete stock of Wood and
MeUilto Jam and Caskets, Oloth-C'oT-ered
Caskets and Dor l Kobea always on
hand. s Orders by telegraph promptly
newspaiers and estimates oi the eost ol ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar. Inds In tt the Information br re
quires, while lor him who will Invest on.
hundred thousand dollars i advertising,
scheme is Indicated whloh will meet his
very requirement, or can be made to do so
Ey slight change, easily a"i.d at M CKjtfj-
editions hav. bean issued, bent, Postpaid,
to any address lor (en oe; J. Apply to 01.0.
VEKT1SINU BUKKA11.10 Sprnolt. (Print
log Uous. Squai.l, K.w York.
mlenoe. una nuunw -- - ...
Ttr, .7-, . T A book ol Its' pages.
.NEWSPAPER 11,9 bMt, bo fi r
jsA-lijioi siVanadyettlsertooon.

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