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FOHD DEAD H flER ROOX
SE5SATI0S1L MURDER MTSTEKY
AT TOLEDO, 0.
Attt apt U Ljncfc a Brutal OBlrfr
Crimea of the Areher
Toudo, 0., March 9. A sensational
hooting occurred yesterdaj. into
which inveetisntion tends ta deepen
the mystery. The victim. Miss Kmily
French, waa fonnd dead in the reel
dear of Mrs. John F. Parsona, on
Bancroft ttreet, where she bat been
employed for some time. At first sui
cide was thooirht, bot the ugly ballet'
bole in ber tii temple, the poeitjoa in
which she wat I jund, and the fact
no powder-barn is noticeable, gives
rise tD the theory that repetition of
tbe recent misrder in mis citv Has
been committed. The body of the
rirl was fonnd in tbe bed-room of
Mrs. Parsons, where mncb jewelry was
kept, which adds to tbe theory that
some rf tbe public plunderers, having
gained arena to the houe, shot tbe
girl to avoid detection. No articles
are as yet missing, but tbis fact does
not weaken the murder theory,
Altroapl I Lyarh Bratatl OflHeer.
Ds Moinm, la., March 9 About
2C0 man assembled in the jail yard
last olsbt clamoring for Khaler, a spe
cial oflicer, who clubbed an old maa
named Daerr, Sunday night, while
Marching bis honaa for liquor. Sbaler
was arrested bat taken out of town
for safety. Soon alter midnight Dep
uty Sheriff Com p ton told tbe crowd
that Shafer was not in the jail, bnt
refused tj tike them in. Thereupon
they attempted to break in and raid
the jail. They bioke the ouUide
doo, when several shots were fired
and the crowd fell ta k. Deputy
Sheriir Compton, who was on the in
side, was shot, the bultt glancing off
liU head, inflicting only a slight
wcun, and bis brother' also a deputy
sheriff, wat shtt in the hand. ACer
several shots were fired a dtticlimerjt
of the Governor's ttuard, with loaded
guns, arrived and scattered the mob.
As tshalcr'a whereabouts were un
kiowu, the rioters dispersed and no
further trouble ia appreheuded.
Crlan of the Archer Uu,
VmraNNBs, Ino , March 0 A si e
cial die-patch receiveil by a Vincennes
paper from 8hoalp, Iud., says that the
reason tbe mob fn the Archer case did
not car. y oat the projected lynching
fcV.urJar night waa that John Lynch,
one of the notorious Archer gang, was
expected to make a full confession,
and that this fact wat communicated
to tbe leaders of tbe mob. Lynch baa
now made the piomlsed confession,
and, although its contents are strictly
Suarded by the authorities, it Is on
eritood that he tells ia detail all the
crimes committed by the gang, la his
story of tbe murder of Anderson
Bunch, be says that the poor victim
was terribly tormented for eight
hours and finally riddled with seven
teen bullets. The confession will con
vict the entire patty cf murder in the
first degree. Lynch promises to take
the authorities over tho ground where
tbe bodies of the gaiig's victims are
buried, and a thorough investigation
of the truth of bis B'atementc will be
Both Held for Harder.
Lebanon, 111., March 0. Mrs.Clark,
wLo was suspected of complxity in
the death of Mrs. Mitcnell, whose bojy
waa found in Kilver creek last week,
baa made a confession tint clean up
the mystery. tShe says that Mitchell
inlormed ber more than a year ago
that ha was in love with ber and
wanted to set rid Of his wife, Khedid
not encourage his attentions, and told
him to stay at bom and take care of
his family. A couple of days after
Mrs. Mitchell's disappearance Mitchell
came to her aad told ber that be bad
smothered bis wife ia bed with a
blanket and tarried ber body ta the
creek where it waa found. lie said
be did it because be did not love ber
and asked Mrs. Clark to marry him,
which she says she did not promise),
The coroner's jury held both Mitchell
and Mrs. Clmk'fur the trurder,
t dwardly Aaeauil an Officer.
MuMiRHtiB'j, Ohio, March O.-Wm,
F. liowrll rams to this town ytatur
riay and, after cashing a forged check
for $:'7l). prooeedud to "do" the town.
The f jrgery was discovered and the
Marshal bunted Howell np. He re
sisted the oiliuer, but the lattsr finally
succeeded in getting him into a cell in
tbe atatloa-bouse. Just as the Marshal
releaied bis hold the fellow drew from
bis pocket a knife, which be slashed
diagonally across the Marshal's faee
from tbe eye to the lower jaw, cutting
through the nose and laying open tbe
face. Tbe Marsha 1 fell to the ground
unconscious and was removed by sev
eral citmns. lie Is in a dangerous
condition. An attempt was made to
disarm the prisoner, who was flourish
ing a revolver and a knife, but with
out success, lie threatened to kill
tbe 6 ret man who approached. Great
excitement prevailed snd an excited
mob, 600 sttoag, soon gathered about
the cell, but was afraid to approach.
Tbe volunteer fire department was
called ont the cell containing the
prisoner fbodid and the desperado
finally subdued. He was removed to
Dayton at midnight as lynching was
Mix Tear' ImarlaoamrBi.
Atlanta, Ga., Much 9. Tbe Su
preme Court to-day a Dinned the de
ciaion of the court below in convicting
George T. Jacloon cf. Ansrnnta on the
charge of eiubtasllng $117,000 of the
fands of the Enterprise Cotton Fac
tory, if which he waa lVealdent.
Jackson will go to the penitentiary for
six yeara. Tbecoart also decided in
favor oi the 1'rohibitioniete' appeal,
which grew out cf the recent local
option election cases in this county.
The IrtMnj Hallway rrawehlae.
Albany, N. Y., March The rail
roid comm. f ee which his been invea-
t'gating tbe imthoda by which tbe
iraicuise oi me uroadway Surface
railroad in New York City was ob
tained to-day made its preliminary re-
pou to tne (Senate. The committee
re unanimously of the opinion that
the franchise waa procured from the
Board ef Aldermen of tbe City f New
York by bribery and corruption, and
urge that summary justice be meted
out to tbe guily parlies and also that
the fro its of their criminalities be
taken from them. The committee
offer four bills designed to rettsre
uis irancnise ana property to its
Lond?h. March 9. The Bon. Ed
mund Marcos Sandys, who ia now
keeping a racing stable in the United
bta es, has been aecrea a oamrupt
The lots Dale Dlaatater.
PmfBDBO, Pa., March 9.-The
causes which led to the terrible ex
nloeion of fl'e-damp in the Unioa
i)ale Mines, near Dunbar, Fa., yester
day, bave no' yet been determined.
Mine Inspector Davis was in the pit
lat niaht, bnt there was so much gai
tbat it waa impossible toformaay
opinion as to where it generated. Tbe
coroner arrived at Dunbar this morn
ing and impaneled a inry, which ad
journed nntil Thursday, wben it is
supposed sufficient evidence will be
produced to decide the causs of tbe
disaster. John Cope, jr., one of tbe
injured, died tbis morning. Hie
father waa killed in the explosion yes
terday. While Mrs. Cope was st the
mine looking aftsr ber deal husband
and Injured son. ber infant child died
suddenly at ber borne. Of the eleven
other seriotuly injured, Col. Mann
and John Starling will probably die.
Thomas Owens, tbe pit boee, is in a
critical condition, but may survive.
Tbe other are resting easy and will
recover. The miners in tbe Morrell,
Wheeler, Col vio, Atlas and Anchor
pita bave been ordered ont by tbe
mine inspector nntil tbe mines are
cleared of the dangerous gas.
forbest tirr, ARK.
The Color Odd-rrltows Farad
Leelare ta Teaaaecaaiee Pcogtlo,
IcoaaMFONDinca or via arraiL.I
G. U. U. of O. F. in uniform yesterday
made tbair nay lo tbe Mt. Lake A. M.
E. church. Thfrathey listened to a
sermon (or tbe occasion by theKev. J
C. Caldwell. Tbe people came fiom
far and near. Mr. Caldwell s text was,
"The Lord will be a refuge for tbe
oppressed a refuge in the time of
trouble." Tbe sermon was one that
will not be forgotton by the bearers.
At 2 o'clock p.m. MiBS 8. C. Devel
ling, Hute Organizer and lecturer of
tbe Woman s Christian Temperance
Union of me State oi Artantti, came
down with Mr. L. Kollwage, and after
being introduced by the Kav. James
M. Conner, I.L.D.. delivered an ex
cellent and telling lecture. Many of
tbe white friends of temperance from
the adjvent country were precent.
Home got in just too late ta hear all of
the lecture, but what they did bear
tbey said wi very goo J. Miss De vei
ling litttured at the Methodist church,
Siuth, hu'urday night, lint night at
the Uaptint church, and will lecture
in t. Luke A. M. K. church to-night.
Tbe Rev. Jamen M. Conner baa the
leadiDg colored congregation of this
The Blair Idnealloaal Bl I and
Teaataaee Kepreaeaf atlves
"Boa" lrftanrj for J
mar. looaaiaroriBaRCS or vaa afmil.!
Nasutii.li, Tcnn , March 8 The
passage of tbe Blair educational bill
tbiough tbe Senate by such a large
majority I hope setiles tbe question.
No member of the Houbb fiom Ten
nessee should vote sgainst it. If be
does it will be unfortunate. The Re
publicans would be glad ta see Ten
nessee Democrats vote against it, for
tbey know its atrtngth among the
The temperance men have so ar
ranged matters as to take tbat ques
tion out of politics by having it sub
mitted to a direct vote of tbe people,
aad if tbey are defeated in
a popular vote tbey cannot
complain. The Pemoorvy of
Daviiion will be nnited upon
roanty officers as well os upon the
State ticket. It ia nnderetood here'
tbat Col. R. F. Looney of yonr city
will be a prominent candidate for
Governor. If Uhelby county and West
Tennesiee will unite upon bira his
chances will be very good for the
nomination. He is a native of Manry
ennnty, aid be has many strong
irienda in this part of the Hta'e.
Tbe action of the Inters' a e Conven
tion at Jackson, in urging a reduction
of the area planted in cot tin was wise.
Lands are higher in Middle Tennessee
than in West Tennessee, merely be
cause Middle raises lesa totton and
more grain.and stock than West Ten
nessee. I send you an address delivered in
Maury county by Col. E. O. McDow
ell, a former citizen of Memphis, on
public schools, which ia well worthy
pf an appearance in t& ArrsAL. i
bave not seen HOy which better pre
eenttd the subject. The people of
Maury ate anxious for hlu t) con
sent to serve them in the next Legis
lature, but it ta doubtful whether hie
buMoeB will permit him to do io.
It is feared that the extreme co'd
weather has killed the early pt allies.
Tbe bridge aero s the Cumbeiland
will soon be completed.
west roiNr, mhs.
The Oraiarlo r "Esther" Ulven ay
lb Anateara of Aberdeen.
looaaisrosDiiica or tb arraAL.I
Wt Point. Miss. March 7. A
feast of melody and beauty wa tec-
dared the citir-ns of West Point
last Friday evening, at the Opera
11 a 1, in the presentation of the beau
tiful oratorio, Evhtt, by representatives
of tbe elite of Aberdeen. Every one
who had the pleasure of heading the
opera will ipp ove the statement that
the musical talent evidenced by sev
eral of fie ladies mentioned be ow
would do credit t aoy city, and that
tbe presentation, on the whole, was
hiiibly credit ible to our cultivated and
fashionable neighbors. It was a source
of extreme regret to thore present tt,at
the hall was cot crowded. This wa
due to the f Act that the entertainment
had been positively advertised only
one day previous, and t'.at tbe atten
tion of the msjority of our people waa
engroened by the preach'Dg ol tbe
Rev. Dr. Hoy t, who has bn n attract
ing larue audiences io the Union
church during the part week.
lhe opera bad been postponed from
Thursday evening till Saturday last a
a tribute of respect to tbe memory of
Mrs. Grau Sykes, whose funeri.1 took
place on Thursday, and who will long
be remembere i ai one i f the sweetest
singers and one cf Aberdeen's most
estimable and beloved aounen. This,
then, was the debut of tbis admirable
amateur company. Thegract fuls'aje
a Idress snd deportment evinced care
ful training and dic t-d gene at ad
mirat on. The stage wardrobe waa
very coetly and labo-ate, including
several marvels of beany and ele
gence. Among the charming voices
that won tbe hearts of tbe audience
and caIIi d forth frequent app ause,
conspicuously mutt he mentioned
those of Mrs. B. U. Gillespie, Mrs. C
C Uerndon, Miss Emma Bris o and
Miss Oitavta Pou. Not having tbe
name of all tbe pretty face that ap
peared in the cbnrusee, I must refrain
from meit nniug anv. Cant W. H
Dndley eanthe psrt' of "Vo derai"
with tine ff, ct. Mr. Jehn Hare aU
sang we 1. Mr. C a-les W. WrUhr,
piano vit io-0 was very floe ludeed.
l'be other get U men a quitted them
selv s treditmly.
No p-ofeMhional company has given
us as nui'f pret y f :ee, rharmirg
voices a d nperb toita No ertr
tainment i.f the season will be more
pleaeanily terenibe'-d tl tit (,rp.
sentmi hi of Et&tr the Btauiiful Queen,
by t ie Aberdeen Oratorio tJ-mcmy.
THE GROWTH OF CHICAGO
A POPULATION OP SET E.I
Its Importance as a Grain and Pro
duce Market Tbe Close Rivalry
looaauroiDtaca orras afpbal. I
Ciiicaoo, III., March 8. Thinking
a few lines in reference to this great
and growing "Garden City would be
appreciated by your readers, I beg ti
present some current points and ideas.
Chicago at present is estimated at
701,000 population. It is tbe mo-t im
portant grain and proviaion market in
tbe United States, tbe packing houses
tbe present winter employing KJ.COO
men (no boys).
The Chicago river, which twenty
five years ago was regarded as a great
advantage to the lumber interet ti.and
caused but slight inconvenience to the
travel across the bridge?, ia now, bow
ever, regarded aa indirectly hostile to
the moving masses, wbo seem to be
ever on tbe rush, business and wealth
being the guiding stars. It is there
tore contemplated to close tbe river as
far ai Sixteenth street, and from that
point cut a ablp canal to tbe lake. By
tbis the city would be released from
tbe bad consequences cf a very filthy
river and tedious drawbridges.
Within the pait four years Chicago
has built a new Board of Trade build
ing, which in magntude commands
aitttntion, its larite room being a mar
vel of elegance ar d artistio effort.
There are several large ofli;e build
ings erected within tbe past two or
three years six I know of tbat reach
an altitude of ten stories. The Home
Insurance Company of New York
have just completed one of thoe ten-Hory-liigh
buildings. lis rotunda is
marble, floor, walls and ceilings, onyx
faced columns. Tbe ba lways and
wainscoting on each fbor are marble.
There are four elevators. The ca
pacity of tbia building is 3C0 cflice
rooms. Tbe cost of tbe building, aside
from the ground, is over $1,000,000;
the rent roll is 3.r0,000 per annum a
good investment, by the way.
Chicsgo's ho'el rccommoilstiona are
fully equal to New York.
The Palmer has 850 rooms, aad is
said to be tbe bt-it paying hotel prop
erty, except the Fifth Avenue Ho
tel, New York, in the country. Mr
Palmer owns tbe ground, building and
furniture, which co t 23.500.000. and
also runs the house, which has be
come famous in its popularity. Potter
Palmer baa always demonstrated his
friendship to Memphis. Hecontribut-
1 freely t9 the sufferers by the epi-
uemicu, ana wnen a acxsn or
more of yonr well-to-do chiasm.
deeming prudence tbe better part of
valor, got here tbey were offered ao
comiuodations at the Palmer at half
fare. Among them wai yoir ex-chief
of police and ex sbor ff, now a magis
trate and a torney-at-law, who is pop
ularly known aa "The Liberator."
I will dismiss tbe Palmer Honse for
the present if yon will allow me to re
fer to the barber shop. It is forty by
100 fett, famished with mirrors on all
aides, with locative broDzj ceiling
decorations and bevelod plate mirrors
a'tsrnating wilh the bropn. The
fl ior is of marble, on which there are
set at ou!-3iafarcc 300 silver dollars
no doubt as an advertisement; the
coin is genuine. Toere are thirty five
chairs. The fitting up of the "shop" cost
izj.uuii. ine Daeemeat is devrt d
to bathing pnrpoaes, end cost 25,0OO.
The leesesof tbia unrivalled tonsnrial
palace pays an annual rent of $15,000.
There is. Mr. Editor, a close rivtlrv
in business here. Nothing will pass
tbeatorm line bnt enterprise, pluck
ana courage even to newspapers, for
in tbia intellectual branch of busiaess
tbe city supports thirteen dailies, six
morning and four evening In Eoglisb,
two German snd one rcaadinavian.
Four of tbe English dailies are sold
for one cent each. Ybb, and they are
good newspapers with abundant home
and foreign news.
Our courts of justice are looked
after by 1525 licensed attorneys and
Counselors at lav. While the death
roll may suggest there is no tff-A with
outBcainvhere are leveral emlnatt
physicians wbo are more tbtn lo;al in
Carter Harrifon continues mayor,
wading through his fourth term un
brokensomewhat mixed in politics,
but like U ildaraith's schoolmaster,
leans to the Djmccracy. Our wo-thy
mayor gets bis guns spiked sometimes
Pome of our nnmeious papers are un
happy except wben on the war-path
reaching fir sea ps. ,
The 'evangelists," Messrs. Jones
and Small, are here, and are holding
big revival meetings. Tbey are South
I bave seen and heard both. Thirty
five to forty years of sge, young, active
men. It pleases nature sometimes to
make exceptions to geneial laws, for.
though th ise gentlemen are engaged!
in a most worthy cause, they would
be tbe latt persona one would select
at giving shelter to piety. Mr. Small
is evidently a scholar. Mr. Jones is
fighting the devil with crude elo
quence and negro minstrel stories,
and defies public opinion. A Mem
phis n aa some years ago made
(100 by ditching and building levees.
He could read print, but there tbe
line wa drawn. One day he nays to
tnis writer-for I livtd several years
in your r.ity: "Educet'on is ruin
ing the country; nothing but for
ger'esand countei failing going on."
Nothing illustrates fie poteucv of
the press so much as trie "boom" aad
momentum tilven thet. two gentle
men, who dress fashionably and who,
as an auxiliary to reformation, s1 at a
tbey were very bad and degiaded iu
The painful echo of strikes is heard
from many points. There are those
wbo btlieve b-gitlAtlon should promp -ly
arrest this growing and dangerous
evil fi'ty, forty years ago the United
States was the poor maa 'a country
now it ia the piopertv of the rich
man. Thousands cf men out of em
pljoment in all our large cities, with
d- emotion in tbeir wake.
We are slowly moving toward the
springtime. Business prospects are
Our Irish fellow-citianis in Chicago
are patiently awaiting tbe uof oidiug
of the great document creaWd by the
grand oid vta that promises an Irish
Parliament in College Green "A
consummation devout) v to be wished "
T. W. RKILIY.
Wreek4 ay a Brake Ball.
Washington CocktHccsb, Ohio,
March 9 Tbe arcommcdrttron train
on tbe Dayton and I'onton Narrow
gnge it a I was wrecked it Point
Greek, in the edge of tbe city, yester
day alerm on. A passenger and bag
gage car f.ll down a tweuty foot em
binkment ictJ the creek. John Crow
of Dayton, poa' at clerk, received in
juries snpp ed 1 1 be fa' a). M s. Jane
Kalis of t hillioothe was badly bruised.
Foor orfiv- other passengers received
painful, bot not serious, ii. juries. A
broken rail was ihe cause.
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 10, 18SG.
Blind, Bleediar and Itching, Pool-
lively tared by lullcara.
AW ARM bath wi'h CtmotJai BoAr, aa
eiquiiita eki Bcaulinar, aad aicirla
SMmoati ia nf rnTinoiA. lh vra t Nhi.
Cure, will intUntlralUr tha inUnta itobioc
iii ;u moiiaitravaica e H llco ng maa.
Ihn treatment, combinad wilh 'mall oSkmi
0 HaHOLvasT. tha new blood Pa-
riuer, thra, tjiuei per da, to recutita aod
traoatbeii tba bols, orarooms aonHipa
tion aad remove the eame, will ear Blind,
bleed i na and Itrhir.a Pilei when all other
reiueaiee ana even iariioiam uu.
I wis taken for tha tint t me in sir life
wiin unna file, so severe loai a could
baldly keep on my teet. I ntal varioul
remedial fur three week, when the Uiseue
took tbe form of Itebinr Pile, and crowing
worte Br advice ol en old genllenan I
tried the Ccticcia. One appli ation re
I'eved the Ucbing and I wai toon cured. I
with to tell the wo Id that Id eaeei ol Itnbiog
l'ile the price ol tbe CunccaA li of no ao-
eo'ini. r mm an aDioiicited qusrur.
Concord, . II. O. C. KIBBY
I begin tha oie of ourCt)TicciRiiiSDii
wnen rou ant put tbem oa the uia-ket, and
know ol two caxe of Itchiog Pilei that bave
been cared hy tba ue, at air eume-t on, of
tn-ie reruaiea. Jr. i. MAHlli.
AltTHAT TUI CLAIH.
I hive tried your Ccticia Rihhdifs and
And them all tb-t you claim, and the de
mand lor them tn thn reotion is g'eat.
Al wUSIUB W. COLLIN'S.
eeLtsuia aavisr acTiojf.
CrrirraA Rkurdirs have given ip'endid
at rf.olion lo tbora of my cuiioman who
bave bad oci-fiun to u-e tliom.
HKNKY libRMANN, Druggift.
cvticusa rlsagmra are a poult I ve eure for
very form of Ham ana Blood l)i eaie, from
Pimplea to BorofnU. bold evervwhere.
Tricar CuticI'a. M centi; Soar, 25 cenlii
Rkwii.tskt, 11.00. Prepared by ihePoTTia
BauaAXn Cbkmical Co.. Boiion,Maii.
Bend for"How loCareNkln Ulaeaara."
Vllf IN Blaminhea, Pimples, Blnckheadi
65 aA-' and Bab llumori, use CunccaA
r2Tk TIBKD MCf XKSJ Strangth-
enet. rain Anninilaiail, Innam
malion iubdiwe, and Malarial
and Kpidetnt' Dircasei prevent
ed by that infa l.ble emido'e to
n.fn mill InH.mm.tinn. lh. I'n-
TH'CH I AWTI-P.IV P,STS. 'I .
Day and Night
During im acme allaik of ltrunchltU, a
ceaseless tickling In tlio throat, and an
exhausting, dry, backing cough, nlllict
the auflcrer. Sli cp ia banished, uiul rcat
prostration follows. Thli disenvo In uiso
attended with Ilniirseueiis, and oiiii.tiii:ca
Losa of Voice. It ia liable to become
chronic, Involve the lungs, and terminate
fatally. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral afford
speedy relief nml euro iu cases of Bron
chitis. It controls tho deposition to
cough, and Induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practicing plijslciau for
twenty-four years, and, for the past
twelve, bave sultVred from annual attacks
of Bronchitis. After exhausting all the
I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It helped
me immediately, and cllectcd a speedy
cure. Q.Stoveull,M.D.,Cari-olltoii, Miss.
Aycr'a Cherry Pectoral la decidedly the
best remedy, within my knowledge, for
chronic Hioncli ll is, and all Inn? discuses.
11. A.Kust, M. 1)., South Paris, Mo. (
. I waa attackrd, last winter, with a aevcro
Cold, which, from exposure, crew worse,
and Dually settled on my Lung. Jtyi
night sweats 1 waa reduced almost to a
akelcton. My t'nugh was incessant, and 1
frequently spit blood, ily physichm told
mc to give up business, or 1" would not
Jive a month. After taklnsr various remeJ
tiles Without relief, I w as liuully t
Cured By Using i
two bottle of Aycr'a t'licrvy Fcclornl. I
am now fn perfect health, and able to
resume business, after bavini; been prtvj
nounced ineunilile with Consumption. ;
8. 1'. Ilendersou. Snulsburgh, Perm. i
For yeara I was In a deelinp. I had
Veak hii)(,', and suffered from Bronchitis
and Catarrh. Aycr'a Cherry Pectoral re
atored me to health, and I have been for n
lonir lime comparatively vigorous. In
caso of a sudden cold I always resort to'
the Pectoral, and flud ieely relief.
Edward K. Curtis, Rutland, Xt. (
Two years ao I suffered from a aevcrq
Bi'oiiehftis. The pbvsiciau attending me
became fearful tbat the disease would ter
minate in Pneumonia. After trying vari
oua medicines, without benefit, he finally
prescribed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which
relieved mc at once. 1 continued to take
this medicine a short time, and was cured.
Ernest Colton, Logansport, Iud.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Tit. J. C. A yer ft Co., Lowell, Mm.
vkilu by all lrug(UU, Prioe 1; ai bou.ee, fa,
.Notice ia Hercbj Given,
THAT the annual meettng of the itock
hnidirs of tbe Chesapeake, Ohio
and Southwestern Riilroad Company
for tlie election of Directors and
uch other hu-inesa as may come before the
meeting, will be held at th offii'4 of tha
Company, in tha city of Memphis (enlledth
Taxing IM'ttirt bl rhelby County), Toon.,
on the ft ill "tr r April, 1NM8, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, and that tho lesse
frxm that Company to the Newport News and
Mi" is ppi V'Hllay Company will be sub
mitted to lhe stockholde r for their consent
thereto and approval thereof. Transfer
books wi l he olosed lrom Mrch Itith to
April 6. 1SH6. ,
By order of the President and Board of
Director. ISAAC B. HATES. Becretary.
DISEASE CURED WITHOUT MEDICINE.
Gentlftmen'i .: Electrio
Tothoufck nnd dibllltjitM wli cunnnt And w"
tiI In tha oi! war i" WHll.minii iiiiumhiub 'lmm
w wifh U imprvtMi th fivH ihut ilie-rfi in h far lt
tor and pl'n.ntar ntmtMlr. KI.Mn HICH V anrt
whtrh (Jom th work HllaKNTLYbui fiUKKJ-V-l h
attova out how LhaB UUwt Invfintiun in fin fclwjtrle
Hlt,tandi twt luprovHmrnt on aiiythlnd lo tb
way of blt now matia. It U In tnH tbr crowrV
inatrlamph in th wondnrrul Kbt'trio Hcincw.
B4M.O. mm llt U chnrwi, ths cnrrwnt U lnlntt
f(libr wtMrtjr. Thi. KlVtric Itelt i bpiUwI in
nw and widntiHo nanner, iudiN.na ths l(ctrl
ourrrnt into th fpinal ooltinin.which i lha conu
of all thai norvMor th anti- nynlpra, and with oa.
pole on tha Abdomen or other wvMii irt of bonv.
and thtnthiron tha back, paining tha Kloctrlclty
thmutfh tha body, pannaattng avary narra, tianna
and tutiNola in it, nfianientni. Uia aipalllaHntntnit
diuawtion. punfyin tha blood, qualitinti tha cm
culaiion. In fact. rainTitoratin thaantlra TTttgft
to a haalthy, normal condition physically, mental
ly, tic It will noffltiTalr onra narroua IahilHr.
rain ta tha bark, hipa or llmba, Lombaito. lUitm
BialiNrn, Nanriilyiaj4uialica.KidnrT,l.iTfr or Hl
darUtmpUinL Uyapapata, HaxuaJ Vvaaknaaa, Filam
kc Klactno Sunpanaory for man fraa with or
Be.lt. rVicoordinarr Holt, flO; loubla Fowor. )5i
Vv nolo famllr can woar aaroo halt, lhay art fviiiy
warrmntod. Noia a faw lata coraa
O. Porter, St. Louis, Mo., nyi
! anttorad a nnmbor of yaorn with partial Parol
ala, (ranoral lahllity, etc, and could hardly draw
myaalf aJon. Your H"U mrad ma. I faal Wotxo
ronngor. I roirard your Halt an tha troatat oara
tiro iktiootU tha world. 8. D. I'OKl i-ltvTJUilaoa.
Nervous Debility Cured.
"Par Toara havo boon tronhlad with Norwoo De
bility, Pain in Hank. MaUrla, to. 1 booa-bt oae
of your halt averra numth atro, and am no
about aa at rona and honlthy a avrr,aiid choarfttli
raoommand ymir applianona."
Ji.Kti HTANHUKY.alO Moivao Bt Lovle,
N T. Flummer KlKln.lll.saysi
MToor Bait not only roatorod boolth to my kid"
Beya, but irraatl banptlt-fKl my boalih narally,
H, T, J LUtaMhU. tarrian Manufaotorar,
J. r- Strons, Brihton. lit, sayst
"Monoy would not buy my Belt,"
i. w, aferrry. onemer m. uuoinjrtoo Go
246 Water street. Chloniio says a
I waa daliirhtluMy aurpnwsd with tha porforor
anoa of tha HotL Aftor four waaka I waa entirely
raliavad of n anvara attack of Paratnnitia, and aa
tributo tho oomi latovuroto tha Blt."
It nhotild ha tmamhorad that tha ctiroo COT
wondnrful Hwlta pirftirm ta af'ar orarythinji olai
ban failod. Onrhi-lminit rafcrpnoa furnirihad oa
aprllfntion. I'urr phW by milfic lo pay poatatra
DKMOCRAT8 TO THE FRONT-Te L
taraoMii akiDff OororomoDt Em
ploTtnont in any el the depertiuenU '
Wa-h-naton. or an other titiont en do,
thtOororantnt, I iH nd lull iBfiraotioa
M to how to afr to obtain the ixe.
sod Hieem ftortweeT Atplleai-ea on
recelpl ' 'oe Ivoll"". AdrtMWje JHI
b, ftlTatan, l4raaam HH, Clueeace),
A. VACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
TCOS. T8 A WD 280 FRONT STREET. TMTKMPHTS.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission IVIerchants,
COO nnd gqg Front St.. TIemithia. Toub.
J. T. FARQA80N. J. A. HUNT. C. O. HEI5. K, A. PARKER. B. L. W00D80M
J. T. FAR6AS0N & CO.
VboIcsale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
SOS Front Street. MempMa, Tent.
Cotton oomigned ta ai will have our earefal attention. We carry at all timei a wall-
aeleetad itock o,
Stapl3'& Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liqysrsjob&cco & Cigari
wl will !! l,ew a the- lwmf, I
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schliiz Brewing Gompao?,
MEMPHIS TiUATCtHlT "ltog Wnrka.a A1S UnlM
S. ROESCHli.Il. Agent, Memvhis, Tenn.
Sales la 1S81I, 80,000 Bnrrels....n.Bnlra f M mibti Branch, 100.000 Kr.
Mnlxa tn l.4. ano.lHIO HamU.
U. H. HKKBEIM.
G. H. Herbers & Co.
GROCERS & LIQUOR DEALERS
. 338 AND 310 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS,
a- CITIjolgiale Oulv.n
Field Peas "Wanted
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN A!JD COTTON PLANTERS.
B. G. CRAIG &
JN0. 8. T00F. K. L. MctiOWAN.
YIiolesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealers In Levee and Railroad Supplies,
No. 274 Front Rtvent
NewlT Constructed and Elaborately Fornished, Con
tain lug 225 Large and Elegant Rooms.
arTha 'Honia bag Perfeot Ventilation and Natural Light, Steam heating, Eleetrie Bella,
and two oi Hale'l Elevatora. All itreet-oan paai Main ttreet entransa.
. RATES 93.00 to $4 per day, according to liia and eleration of rooml. B pedal
raten Commercial TTaTelem. At'onHant hoppIt of PIIRK CTRTERN AND WKliIi WATBR
H Z fcaf;?''i;rV..r)irrr'M 1 i
AW AID PLAAiatXIIX, HATT-TABD,
Doors. Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles. Flooring, Ceiling tad Cedar Posts.
JOHN BEID. LIB-
37G78-3SOsW2-384-3tG ecod street, sonth ot Gnyoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
WonMlnlf. 'vr Poa ami atflif.
J. W. SCHORR,
P. 8AUSSEJI THALER,
ABVFACTVBEKS T THE CKLEBKATBB
Pilsener Beer in Ecgs and Bottles.
Oaly Pure Chrjstal Well Water Ted for Brewlnr Purposes.
U. W- Corner Butler and Tennessee Str,
F. B. AI 8TOH.
C W. OBOWELL,
ALSTON, GEQWELL & CO.
And CommissloH lerckaaU. ft. Cor Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, OU-leal,
Mm. . Dement. Plater. BaUldlnj nd Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and Union, 1
J. 8. MoTIOHB. W. 8. PATIKB0H
-Mwtti , TpnriTani
Sej and TreM
- a JKTtmf iTnT?a
B. H. MACKT.
Howard's Row , Memphis,
CURE anil HEALTH
FOR THE AFFLICTED,
AT THE HEVrUIS
Medical & Surgical Institute.
v Train niu miiiraA . . WaweiCK:
Drs. Heery, Furse & Lewis,
' . BECK.NTLT OF ATLANTA. OA..
T0a MANY TBAB8.
Har PPRMANENTLY located in MEM
PHIS, TaHN., and have opened a
Medical and Sureical Instltnt
In Uie GayoHO Hotel,
Entrance on Main ttreet, FlretlFIoor, Firt
Doorin the Rtaht. whr.re we will treat SC1
KNTIFlCALliY tha (u'lnwin . diicneea: All
Diseaaea peculiar to Womvn; also, treat
HheumatUin, Kaaralgia, rciatioa, Liver and
Kidne' Iiiia.o, och ai Chiini Conotipa
tion. Biliuunnfn, Kick Ileolachef. KertaJ
biaeaiee, uth aa fi.tr, Kianure oi tha
um. Kiatula in Ann. lllood Diseafe-. rneh
Syphil t, Brrofula, White Baolling. Vena
real Di eafe, aoch an Goncrrhta- Imivo
tenee, Ktrilitr ant Nervous and 8i-xiial Ie
biliiy. Uinta, c of tbe V.yt, Kar acd Xhriutt.
Upturn aod M rthiiie lla'd cured with
out PtiffriDar or Hetpnt-nn irmn buiin-fi?. 1
CANCEK, IK0PoV and C ATA Hit 11 ar
eurcd ky uu.
We f uro Sluinitn riiii; lj an Art
no Hediiluc or Iustriimeut.i tiM-d.
He Extrtct Cure.rs' with a Vescto
Uo Plaster, without perrormlup an
surgical operation nml without mucb
We treat Stricture hy Eleptrolrsij, which
Upainleya; Oootnwiition, Atthma and
eati ii' the Heart, llyipepitia and all J'er
toui Direarea All bain Diseaaes, inch at
Ectema, Tetter, Kto., treated.
CONSULTATIONS AND EXAMINATIONS
FREE and STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
OFFICE JHOUKM From .m. t 1
.m,. at from a f.m lo a t.ai.
For 15 yuara at 37 Court Plai, now at
22 MarlcetStreet,T priiflTrillp FT
Vet. Third and Fourth. LjllISV WOjIVJ
k rfaUrir 4(Kmtd and Inrallr ffttaHOwd (bjnotti ut& U
: uuoewful, m kli rrcuoaj will prutr.
CASES. m m
Spermatorrhea fcnaL Impotency,
m u rcwiH of wif-ftbuit la jvmtx, rml ixcmi im av
.urrr year, of other num, mod produdiir $NBtL
K-wtnt t Beot": N ervousuuew, BniinAl IKtataim.
tinu bv trtn, UimrtMa of eiiftht. lieUe eo . riy
fi -I1 viy,Piin).leiOB Kct, Avenioi UtHouctr e.' 7t ttt,t),
tint.iMti of :4m, Im ml BomiaI Pwwor, Ac. rmd-i tik
tj'iije hnrr;r rr onfmirf, rt Uiorvmrblr iud pna
nLU cart SYPHILiIS o-luvolj rarea aaU ta
"iSJW i ,lr5 Gonorrh etu
OliEfaTt fHridurfl, OitLIUk, HfTi;l, ifif HuywnZ
i;U-iiauJoihrprtTBtd)wM- quicklr curod.
hi ir)f-tvtlt'Dt Uint pty kiolna who pri pdl ttH-
to C4Aia oltit r dlMuti, ant trettnix ti-.DUol ,&&
f, tq.lrw crvU tktlL fha. itnni kutnritut ttls Uct oftra
nv on Hit-nil prwonj my urv Wb U la inooai r.oieM m
tiait Ititt cttf IV troaUneut, madtrliM oa lM Mat immt
Bd -xte)f if bmII t (irts ujwbari.
r wi Guaranteed ia ail Caaaa
Cte.iM limmiQMiM ad wa-mpoodeo lUiutaf r f' '.
frf Wr nm, mt to any v1( ,
?W) ouia. rkiM bt rend br iL Addrr
V3c boon trim ti.tj.Wtf tj ttmiUp, t
4trm at ktovaa
Exchange National Bank .
NORFOLK, TA , Fe1. 16,
PROPOSALS will be reoeivp-d at thii ofiioe
nntil Haturdar, Maroh 27, laW, for tba
purchaa cf the hereinafter mentioned prop
erty in ita entirety, and a'ao for pieoea or
paroela of tha tame relerenae being: had to
denoriptive liita of laid property which
liata. atatina Urmt of rale, will be furnished
npen applioatioa ta the underaigned. Iha
right to reject auy and all bidi U reserved:
The exteniT and valuable property lo
eaied in Norlolk and P rtamouth, Va.,
known aa the MSeAboaid Cotton Compreaa
Company of Norfolk Va.," consisting of :
1. 'IheruarAiM, which, among otberpriv
ilrcea, autbonr.es tho rtorage of cotton and
other merchandi-e, and the luue of neiroti
aHle reoeipta therefor.
2. Ita plant, which oonsista of three (3)
nrnt-clnaa improve't cotton compresses; two
(2) steam tuia; three (3) transportation
barirea. All the adjuncte nroosaary to a well
equipped establishment cf thia character.
Ita fire proof warehouses, seven (7) in num
ber, of oananity tor storage of 24,0(10 bale
, Ita four l4i frame wnrehnuses (metal roofs)
capacity, many thousands tone of fcrtili
ai ra, salt, eta
Ita wharves and docks, which afford ample
room for berthing at th- aame time ten eea
goina, str am or aailing vessela. Tbe area ol
the warehouse and oook property in Porte
mouth ia about 6! acres, toee'herwith all its
o her property, which ia fully described ia
tha liata above rete-rnd to.
WM. II PKTKR8, Beoeivor.
WANTm AOESTS.Men and Women,
YVAii IE.U to aeil "TUB CHILD'S
BIBLE " Introduction by Rev. J. H. Vin
cent, D.D. One went has sold 65 in a town
of 674 people ; ono 73 in a villa ol TH ; one
new acent 86 tn 10 days i one A J in I anoeee
aive weekst one 40 in 8 ears at two difiorent
timet, lixperlenn not necessarv Addreea
40 lertorn street, ''r-ioago.
EALTHIH WEALTH Da. B. C.
Waev'. Nrkvk and Dkatn TaaAVHaar.
a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Iii
nesa, Convulsioc, Fita, Nerv us Neural
gia, Headache, Nerve Prostration, caused
by the nse ol alcohol or t.'baoco; Wake
fulneaa, Mental Depression, Se'toning of tbe
Brain, resulting in insanity and lea Ing to
misery, t decay and death; Premature
Age, Barrenness, Lobs of Power in either
.I- Involuntary Loarea and Spermator
rhea, can" i by over-eiertioa oi the brain,
aelf-abuae orov rindulgenoe. Kach box con
tains one uior-t treatment, tl a box, oi
aix boxea for t", sen t. mail prepaid, on
reoeipt of price. We ewarirt e Six Boxes
to cure any ease. With each order lroeived
by oa for aix boxes, aocuipnied wlti; '
we will send the purchaser our written
gusra- te to refund the money if the treat
ment' doe' oi elect a cure. Guaranteea
issued onlyb. 4 MKNKKRT A :0.. Drug
gist. M.wiiM. T' w.
Orrici or Puai.io Aduinibtbator,
ienruary 27, 18st). )
HAVINO been appointed and qualified ar
admioistrato of the estate of Patrick
Roper, deceas-d, all parties indebted to said
estate are request-d to c me forward and
settle, and all p.rties to whom aaid estate ia
Indebted are requetled to file their claim
with me, duly l rob'tri in accordance with
law. JOHN I OAUUK. Public Adm'r.
IN and by virtue of a certain trust deed ex
ecated ky ca lie and J. K. Hunton the
24th day of toaruary. 1861, and recorded tbe
12th day of March, 1861. in book V&, part
347. Reaister'a oBre of Shelby county, Ten
nessee, the not therein not having been
p. id at msturi'y, t will proceed to sell, for
cash, at pub io outcry to the hi?hett bidder,
in front of my office, No li Madison street,
Memphis, Tennessee on
tbtirMla, Marrti 14, I8H,
the follow. ig descrined real estate, situate
and being tn SI eltr fnun'y, Tennessee, and
more particularly descrihe.i as fallows: us
ing the eartern half ef a 4X7S-aore tract of
land near Withe Depot, said eastern half
tha? dei-ried : Bscisn sg at a stake in tha
north line ef taidtrnct, tba northeast corner
of thit part ret off to Gritty II. hvan.;
thence ea t 140 rolea to a itake. tbe north
east eorner of sn d trao : thence south 250
polos to the southeast corner of said traot ;
thence west w th touth line of aaid tract 14
poles to a slake, th- touttot corner of a
part eat apart to G. 11 rvans; thence north
250 poles to the b g'nn a . i eing tame tract
at apart to Mrs. rial i- B. Ilunt, hy partition
d.ed, recorded hook 134. paa4n0, Kegister'a
officeoft-helhycour.tr, Tenncaeee, to which
reference is here made.
1 hi land will bt aeld a a whole or ia
aeverel trata,aa a. a; appear mett advaa-
Korgaa A MoJ arias t Attorneyi.