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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 18S6.
llPiS. CENJ. BREWSTER,
Daughter of a former sen
ator FROS MISSISSIPPI.
A TTaraaa of Yarled Experiences la
Life, Who Wat Ctaa acttr i :4 Vy
' Beauty aid tirace.
Philadelphia Titrua: Th sadden
death of Mr. Ber joiin Hiivia Biea
eter was quite a thuck to eosiety here
and in Washington where her engag
ing manner and charming character
vere well known. She had been ill
bat a short time, being stricken with
that fell disease whiih has every win
ter month tor Ita own, bat is peculiar
ly the fatal ata'ady of this blustering,
changeable month of March. Mrf.
Brewster, "formerly Mrs. Delonde, ws
tbe daughter of Robert J. Wal
ker, a v?ry uo'ed Pennaylfanlan,
who left bis maik on the politics of
this country in the ante-bellum days,
and it waa her lot to sea Washington
society under two very different social
regimes onon as the daughter of the
. Secretary of the Treasury o' an admin
istration in which tbe naughty pro
slavery element was predominant and
all Washington bowed to the Southern
influence, and tgAn, a tint ration
later, aa the wife o! a Cabinet officer in
the Arthur administratis, whea tbe
old loniety and old slaveoctacy had
It was through one of the many
kind peisinal acts of the late Gen.
Giant while Prtaid.-nt that the daugh
ter of an old Secretary of tbe Tr a- nry,
then, like many of the ancient regime,
in reduced cirturmtancee, was given
a position in tbe department of which
her father once waa at the very head.
J; was while there that Mrs. Delonde
mt the distinguished Pennsylvania
lawyer wno became nerniisband. Airs.
Brewster a a woman tf much per
sonal beauty, inheriting hr father's
dark teat urea and hair, as wull as his
intelligent vivacity and graces, and
was a brilliant entertainer, an her long
residence at the cup tal, amid variant
ciicumstaticfs, gave her that rare eocial
faculty which wins admiration and
Robert J.Walker wai one of those
eons oi Pennsylvania wbo gained erra
eminence without his native heetn,
ana tiy eepouuog ana pressing public
measures antagonistic ti his deare t
traditions in political economy. H
was born in Northumberland, in 1801,
Deing neauy rontemporary with lien.
Cameron, and entered the University
cf Pennsylvania, where he graduated
in lbiu. From hern he drifted to
Pittsburg, where he studied law
and entered on practice. He
tarly interested himself in poll
tics, and was chairman cf the Demo
cratic committee corresponding to our
present etuts committees when only
twenty-two years of age. A great
.lacasonian, ne Dwunt about tbe ac
tion of the Harrisburg convention ol
1824 which nom nated Old Hickory
Two years later he moved to Missis
sippi, drawn thither by a love mutch
From thence forward he became more
of a Southerner than any one ti tbe
plantation born, and all his great
aouiueswere can wita tbe political
louanes 01 mat section. lh
South htd a great penchant
for advancing Northern proselytes.
and early proffered effiee to Walker
after bis se t ing ia the 8 a'e, but he
steadily refused until 1830, when he
was choeen a Kenator in Congress,
taking bis scat at tbe second station I
the Twenty-fonith Oontrrees when but
thirty-five years old, at tbe doe of tbe
iren-nearted Jackion's career a Presi
dent He served Miaei eipji in this
place UDtil bis appointment by Polk,
ten years la'er, to the head of tie
xreasary. in tne benate be vaia
rer ogniatd leader.
He was a bitter opponent of proto
tion, and fought the tariff of 1812
with all his resource?, politiial and
legal, which were considerable. 'I fa-
act passed despite his antigonium, bat
ne Diaea tiis time, and schemed and
dreamed until 1846. when be knifed
tbe pet theory of Pennsylvania, his
native State, with a peculiar force and
vengeance, having the pl.a-mre of see'
inn uucnunan, than premier of ih
Polk administration, and who voted
for the 1812 tariff whan in tbe Senate,
' keep consrva'ively qu'f-t on tbe sub
ject.and Vice-Presi'dt-ntDdl aanother
Pennsylvanian, give the vcta whirh se
cured the advancement of his c
nomio ida. The revnlsioa igtiuat
this art -Pennsylvania policy aaiwhat
Drongn, lien. Camiron to tbe front in
onr State politic. Geo. W. Woodward
was the regularly slated nominee for
United States Senate lo succeed Bach
anan, with te latter's good will and
gentlemanly fi lesse to aid him. But
Cameron turned Mugwump, holud the
caucus an I with tbe aid of Whiir vote
was elected. He f ,oht Walter's tariff
- oi '40, and stool sp menially for hi
State inieretts, arranging, an alliance
Dy an exhibition ol Cameronian di
. plomacy with the Wbjg Sera ore,
which defected all attempts cf Buch
anan, Walker and tbe Polk adminis
tration to cont ol the patronage of
tnis Btate. Jndge Wo id ward waa
nominated for tbe 8opreme bench as
' the succeesor of Henry Baldwin, but
Senator Cameron had the Wh'g r?ea-
. ators defeat him, and afterward com
pelled the Folk administration to se
lect Judge Ribeit 0. Grier, who long
adorned the bench of the court of La.
It may be added that after the de
feat of the tariff of '42 the Whigs
ewepune conn try in the Uongrcrsiontl
elections. Wintbripwaa elected the r
Speaker at tbe next Congress bic mce
hebrdvttid for tne Wilraat pmvi-n.
Abraham Lincoln was a member of 't;
so waa Aiidiew Johnson. tiwd of da-
secBion were ec wed among the Whig
at mis opeakerstilp eietl'O.i, w irb,
though covered over until afit-r I.-48,
reauy aisrnpiea t'ie pertv. tie
t-afs, nrgsj by Walker and the
adminittrutjon, of which he via
the compelling spirit, voed in the
berate tor tie tf iff of '48. In ifus
two years later, Pennrylvania'e eltct-
: oral vote scaed his doom. Had it
oeen Kven io liui acd Batier tht'
would have bf-on elected. Kobert J
iwaiaera n naoqee waa, then f. re,
pnniae i event ail lound toe pre-
puiium perineal nor t m. Ha repoit
liQien-e w me injur ot 3842 was
in Die aocninent, exhaustive,
parching abd scathingly g-
7 in in nraiyucfl arroign-
tittit ot me proietioniet. How
tutbatan cocld immree himatlf in
foreign policy, apparenVy oblivionp of
.itsicgir, whan indirerr.y helduit
darieion bis o'e of 18t2, and Drlai
rorget uie pn miBt-s di vus imi iam-
paiguenier its vivid and omtdre-
mrvbranic mnch less i
i ax to
1 ont ite i oieiueiona is on of le mys
teries to t'ie pol ticl etudsnf, V
It w Wa'iker's pd.tical s.Vci'y
that 'orrj-irl the coibinaiioi feueh
nomion'td Poik at fiiltimorefn wu
ai.d deft atod Vn Kuren. UeeSnp
the no-i9irds rui m tt.e ronveuu
hai Brcilua SaLd os ofNrtbOvl
. hna Uitrvlu'e tbe le-olatiun ! 0' l
it, aid timaelf mdd a pow. r a'
speech toUotea tt on the boi which'
he eaceeaJed in doing over tjeargu-
mena r.f s ich able Democrats aa Na
tnaa f fjord nd Dnil 8. Dickinson.
I; jda Polk P,eaidei.t.aa at 'he right
teuehe was broogat frward rs the
d) trk-hcree and nominated, afUr Vo !
Van! was a nsed up man" in tbe
f rut' lees balloting. Polk never forgot,
a some mn do, his crtator, and gave
Walker fall awing ia his Cabinet.
Buchanan, though premier, was sub
ject to Walker. He even eomp'atned
at one t me that tbe President did cot
treat him with "delicacy and confi
dence." Walkr wai therulirgp;rit,
and Buchanan latched and carried for
Robert J. Walker died in 1869, and
after his aggressive but not successful
Treasury policy in the Polk Cabinet,
waa only heara of as a brilliant law
yer until during the Kansas troubles,
when be came awhile to the front,
summoned by hie old Cabinet col
league, then President Buchanan, to
quell the rising revolution there
which sorely tormented the Sage of
Wheatland. He was appointed Gov
ernor of Kansas Territory in 1S67;
but .what Iteedcr and Wils Shan
non and Geary could not do,
Walker also failed in. This was
bis last public duty. Prior to this
service he had visited England, wbeie
be waa very fla tirirgly received.
Walker had great powers of mind, al
though Mr. Blair e in the first volume
of his bcok speaka of tbem as specu
lative, and saya "he waa willing to ex
periment on questions of revenue to
the point of rath less;" that his ambi
tion waa to make his term in the
Treasury Depaittnent as eta in tie
history of the country, and, like Marcy
and Buchanan, he was aiming toward
the Pridency. Mrs.BrewaterpO'ieeesed
all ci the fiae loMal and intellectual
traits of her father. As wife of tbe
Attorney-General, her duties broueht
her into much pro.ninen- in the
social gayety of the capital. She leaves
a son of fourteen, who, wiih sieh a
f rand fa her end father, may yet be
heard of in the po'itit s of the country.
tf TORT TO NfllAII. AtkD JOKIH.
"I'll Ber ehiw terbnokar no.
Nor amoke nuranuif all I
Fulai mj it ia a i'e d'j a n,"
fcaya Kct. biimutl Umaij.
But, lo I ai if Id aanwrr to
11 a pirtn-r'i ehijinv tnnet:
'"1 cb w Ui backer. nJ I auiokat"
Saya Ker. ISaOiUcI Jouei.
Eat eln how th Rr. Pmtll
And other lolki did coff
Bifa' n bo uied Ihs ftlih weed,
The Iter. Junei cwure off. .
So r'orr be to Small and Jones,
'Ihose belt of Dra,'bnr-mn.
And let ni prar tiat, linoe they're oft,
1 hey II n. linear on aaain.
Tta BevlBBlBa f Mrkneaa.
Nerer trifle with what an called tmll all
menta. A diiorder eaiy of oontrel at flrat, if
natleoted for a few weeki. may become a
mortl dtraaca. Be eipeoially careful net to
let debility fain npon yea, for it li the door
throngh which all maladiee enter the ayrtam
If yon feel lanjaid, inert, and to ana a com
mon einreninn, "aa if thrra waa no lifi left
in y n " rarort itonoe to lloetet'er'a titom-
acn Bitters, ibat feat ve. ta la tonio will
aupply i he TiUliiy you n'irently need. It
ia n rre lood. By iU Ionia aotloo the tom-
aon ta ao luv toratd that fiire.i ton ocoomea
regular, eur, prleoti while i'a mild, ca-
thamo propertiei rrlirra the bowela troa
chflTDOtlnne. ai.d in arernatenreration b
efioially affeotfl all iba teeretireorg-aDB. For
the mia rioi of d pep a, a" d they include
almoat every unpleaeant lerlirf that be-
lonaa to p"ymoal uiteaaa and mei tal wretoh
eduee, thia potent tonio
ia a oertaia and
Mavde S Aaala-Bmeut.
Clvilno. O.. March 31. The
Buckeye Stove Company, the works of
which are located on .Piatt street,
made an assignment in Probate Court
this afternoon of the plant, all sup
plies and stork, to Normar A. Gilbert
of this city. " Two pieces of real estate
are also included, the alignment
waa made by Moses l. Watterson,
president, and William Urn u hart, sec
retary, and the bond of the assignees
piacea at iou.uuu. uuoert ictt lor Uhi
cago, to secure property in that city
Deionging to tne stove company.
A final Blond Heolclais.
Rnsgdilh cures Scrofula, Swellimrs.
Goitre, Skin D.Heases, Liver 'omplnint,
Kaeumatiem, e'c. tivta the tollnw
ing: I have bunn a grtat sofTerer i r
fiiteen years; nrt able to walk from an
injured Irg. Have tried many M D.'s
and tnelr remedies to li t e purpose. I
believe Rosidalis will cure me. Send
me one drien by steamer. It wan
recommended to me by a friend. I
have taken two bottle", and 6rd it
helpn g me. Thedrughtt wboutuallv
Keep it are out ot it. and I can nrt el
lord to wait the slow srrival cf their
eUppliP". J HN T. BREKa,
Hn,t. Uatrd or Public Inetructioa
Laks laaHA, Floi04.
Bosto", March 31. -Tlie Globe to-dav
publishes a long article which is to
appear in the Anarchist organ, Liberty,
and which declares that the Anarchist
faction, controlled by Herr Most, is
plotting to born buildings and com
mit otner outrages upon property-
owners in New York. The editor of
Librtu, though himself an Anarchist.
condemns tnoee operations as crim
Haa Mot Failed.
William Paisley, Dobyville. Ark..
writes: Your Houboi'a Ton e havinir
oeen h'gblv Kiommendtd to me. 1
ordered, a short time since, a dozen
rootles, soon (Oil every bottle, and
cave yet to hear or a angle instance
of i'a tailing to tSov a epcedy cure
oltbils nd nver. Prepared bv R.
A. K ihin on A Oi who.ejttld uruu
gist. l)uiBVille., Kr.
bold at retail by druggists generally.
The Amii-Organi rebjtrlan
Frer.nit.i P. ? V, 91 A 1U.
. . . mjxj .v, .iiniun Ul XI IUD
Ai ti-Orgiu Uui'td Prehbjt-iriitn Cor-
V' ion this m r ling a declarat oi fjf
principles was preset tl for di;CB-
nn, inwhici it was assorted that
there was t o dirine authority for the
ue oi a i fum D'a in chu'ch service.
aud dec aii g ihtit if the GeDaral As-
st'Dvly fu'l-d to fo:bii their use it
Wi-nl'i-oe taken us u juttifict"on f r
i hdriwirg fmm tht cliunh. The
paper is still und-r d.ecuta on.
Wxak lurgs, Fpitiins rf blood, con-
sumpt on and kibdred afle :tione,ured
wiii.oilJ pniaicau. Addrt;a I r trea
ts', wish 19enttt iotttmos. World's
Diapensaiy MeHinal Arsociatidn, 663
waiu street, iinua'o, w. r.
nrapned lead tk Utrrrtm.
Btaohton. V.. March 31 T. T.
White, a prominent and wealthy
merchant of flew Orleans, dronrx-d
dead on the street to-tlay of heart di
Joh H. Kimball "f Wfs fisM.Chsu-
t- qua e mn y. N. Y.. wiites. M,v 20.
ijh, mat ne wis enU rirg tub rbeu-
mai c I ver, and bad constipation so
nun mat muny timet ne went twelve
rays without an t-vtcnatioo. Given
o by physifianp. he as a laet re-
e rt t.ic Braudreth's P.J e, two every
n'gtit for seven weeks. Now he is
an ei t;re!y well man, and nevr nses
any other medicine for bun self or
iniUy. lie wuJ answer any itquiries.
THE AGE OF CONSENT.
HOTEMENT BY THE WOMEX OF
To Raise It to Elghteea-Fac'i ia
Relation to tke Qaestlon to Make
the Heathen Blub.
To the Kditori of the Appeal :
You refer in your paper of Wednes
day last to the fact that Massachu
setts is preetiog the question upon her
Legislature of rai ing "tbe age of con-
s ni" from ten to eighteen ears, and
aid: "The women oi tbiafi'ate thoald
follow this example, and take atena to
secure the paeeage of an act n-xt Janu
ary, tailing the ago of consent for
young girls to at least we should say
eighteen years." I am glad to say
that onr ever alert and active State
President of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union of Tennessee, Mrs.
Lids Mtriwether, and myself have
ta en thia matter in band, and it will
be placed before our Legislature next
year with thousands of names ap
pended. Mrs. Meriwether's long
atudy of this question renders her
peculiarly fitted for the wcrk, and we
have both sought every means of gain
ing the ears of our women. Will this
not atartle our mo here when tbey
read that "The a;e cf consent is ten
years in twenty-four Slates and Terri
tories, twelve yt ars in f our or five, and
D-Wware fixes the age at erven yeartV
Did the lawmakers not know that
this waa giving power to tbe vih at of
t'ie vile, and I ank with au indigntnt
rang: .Wbra were the fathers and
Cnristians when that law was framed ?
Surely ba e intti net could go no farther
than this. Infants in age, and infant1
in f ct, thf 83 helpless little ones htve
been thrown to tho vilo passions of
men as ignorant as birds of what was
t) Mlow that consent.
Will might many a mo'her cry in
tbe languagi) of the psalmist, "Tbey
have given my soul to the lions, oy
darlii g to the power of dogs." I write
this to enlighten tbe minds of our
punple on this awfnl fact, and, Metiers.
litoip, jnet bere U true say the women
of America have begun a steady rnl
pmistett exploration cf every law
bearing upon tbe condition of wonaen,
audit behoovfs those wbo are Ch it
inns to place tliemselvts in the po i
ti n of investigators t f such facts as
this above given, and see that Gad
will den and of them, "Where is tby
brother, bis blood crieth to me from
i he ground." Ia fice of this, and
other facts of a social nature, npon
which we have kfjrmfd on reel vis
aud in the hope of helping all wbo
hear ai, Mrs. l.ida Meriwttder end
myself are arianging for weekly ttik
with onr wrinnn and men. I waa
specially rt qu-tted to give an address
to men alone when I was in Nrsh
ville, The men wbo made
ic were leading Christian
men, they recognizing the
fart that if Fam Jonej and Dixie
Williamson were free to speak to
women alone, I, from the experiences
of half a cei tury and thir y-seven
years of marriage and maturnity, had
the mtther divine right of giyiog in
struction ta the sons of women, f r
my li'e has been a desperate starch for
tbe power to be able "To help hi al tte
hu'U of the daughters of my people."
You will find tbat everythintr that
can promt la enman gcod bra been
carried out by the Woman's Christian
Temper nee Onion, following in the
path cleared by the brave Lncretia
iviotf, bniibeth Stanton and others
for f jrty years.
luty propose to destroy the traffic in
iiquor t y developing public intelli
gence to a point where public opinion
win crysiaiize into puoiic action law.
In doing- this thev bsve broadened
the attack on everything that is hi l
dt n away and in darkness, corroding
our social life, as is the law I have
been diicusaing cmcerning girl child
ren.' A bat dining attacks on the ta
loin, tbey lave pressed the b tt!e to
the line of evangelistic work, scientific
temperance instruction, in echnnl.
juvenile wrrk, prison work,
po ice work, work among
the intemperate circulstion of tem
peiauce literature, wcrk among
tailors end soldiers, cooking schools
and other lines, all tending to the de
(trnotion of alcoholic drinking and
tr-ffic In this Sate our bill ij tirta
lticg fir signatures tot temperance
instruction in schools, aa t) tbe effirta
on the human syttem. Some time
since, when tbe Inman party vieited
the 8outh, tbey were entertained at
many places. In the city cf Nash
vile, I was tild, tbe wife of Judge
Baxter n'ertslned them. No w ne
was on her table, no drinks nffAtrl.
Be fire leavine several o-nntinnu..
thanked the charming hostess for her
breaking away from an established
custom and setting so noble an exam
ple. She is secretary of onr Woman's
Christian Temreiance Union in tbat
city. When our society women ren
der tbe making of their private enter
tainments a bar-room almost, in its
drink privileges, they invite imita.
toa from others. So ,f the trna
biave, loyal mothers will turn short
round and become absolutely temper
a e, as did Mrs. Baxter, in their social
life arid habits, tbey do more than any
can do by example. Last var in
New York and Boston the mott ex
alted and refined society eschewed all
wine at New Year. Ab, my sis
ter women, what a glorious privl
lge is yours, who have money
piwer, it.fl ieme. I have none of
tneso, hnt wiih the same courage that
made David wdk forward with only
his ehepherd sling and the pel bio's
from t-.e brook, I come aitU all I
have, the two pebbles, God given, my j
)wntwii'.e against theee evile, my
ti ngiie to epeaa j and oh, thf nk God,
the grett heart of tbe people is arous
ing everywnere, and even tho bitter
est opponents I have met o:n'a'nl8t
mi on my t outage and my faith in
God. Wo will annoor.es our meet
ing? whi n ready to beln them, I
mau onr informal fa'ks fo women
only, which we proroie to beein soon.
One of the ablest women I know in
New i'ork speaks every week at n
ball, where r-he is met by hundreds r f
women. b.e cherges 10 em's for ad
mission for rent paying, and tne cood
done by tbe icf jrmali?n given it mar
velous in it ediiratioual infl'ience.
We have been rraiaei-ted to speak at
sn early day on tlie leading quett oos
hefi rs tHe people, and Mr. Long has
kindly rffdred the Church of tbe
Strangers for such weetingr, where I
will spear, acd tin. Uerwetber also.
0'ir Informal nettings with women
will be held ia our own hall, 273 Wain
st on tf ernoens. Let uo.te con
demn unheard, for before His century
closes there is o be a strte and tor-
moil of conflicting iotereata un par
alleled in tho history of this upnblic,
and, whether deairad or not, woman
ill play no idle or incon ptcuous
tart in tbe tragedy. Then Itt her at
li-ut hare tome knowledge rf the
great interests st stake, and in the
clash of ideas try ti avert the c'a h ol
ruoer weapons in toe uanus oi our
b others. cliiabktb l. moxon.
Mtmphit, Mar ah Slit.
HII BEAT FRIEND I
TI DR. J. BRADFIULO S 11
Thia famoaa remedy Boat happily meeta
thedtmand of the t for woman peculiar
and maltiform affliotiona. It ia a rawif
for WOMAN ONLY, and for on Sr-K-HL
CLASS of her dUeaM. It ia a ipeeiSe for
eertaia diaeaaed condition! of the womb,
and propoaea to ao control the klenitraal
Function aa to reaulate all the deraaco
maata and trreralariuee of Woman'a
Ita proprietora elaim Ibr it do other medical
property; and to Woabt the faoi that thia
medicine doea positively poaaesa inch con
trolling and reaa. alias powers li aimply
to discredit the voluntary teeti cony of thoa
aandi ot luina witneeeia wbo are to-day
siultmt in the restoration to sound health
la alrlfltly a vacetabla oomponnd, and ia the
produot of n edieal acianre and practical ex
perience dtreaied toward the benefit of
scrrEBiKs won am
It ia the studied preaeriotion of a learned
phyaioiaa, whoae specialty waa WuMaN,
and wnoas tame or came envtaoieand bound
less because el his wonderful aucceas in the
treatment and rura of letnals complaints.
THK KaQULATOR Is the OKAMDhST
KKMEUY known, aad richly deservaa its
Woman's Best Fkiend
Becanaa HoontnU a class of functions the
yarious dcranrevanU oi which eause more
ill hea th than e l other causes combined,
and thus rescusther irom a Ions train oi
afflictions which oraly embitter her life and
prematurely end her exirtenoe. Oh, what a
multitude of lirlis wttnenses can testily to
i's cbarminc effi otal Woaaa, take toyour
eonfidonoa this .
PBLCIOtB O01f OF HEALTH I
It will reliere ;a of nearly all the eora
plain's peculiar to ynnrsrx. Kelyupon it
ai your aa!suii4 for health, happiness and
hina life. t
Sold by all drirlett. Send for our treat
ise ou the lieattaaad Harpiness ot Woman,
mnilod frcn, which rie nil particulars.
lllli BKAbKKD RKOIILATOH 00 ,
llni SH. Atlanta, fe.
Manual of all Sbeases,
yr. HI iriIUKVri,M.D.
RICHLY BOUND IN
CI .O 111 and xjiOLD
Iibt or pmTrtaiiit, won.
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4 holerfaV Ifwrbiia, Vomitinf
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NuuprceNcdcr Padnfiil Prrloda... sll
Vouii, I w DitHcnlt Hratilna;.
nail IllM'Ua' Cnripclaa, KrnpUona.. kS
Ithcumaiy a. Uln'iiimUo I'tina...... .lis
KcToranf Alan. ihills, Malaxuk.... .AO
t'ntarrb. lnncstiRa, Cold In the Head. .50
W booplnf t'oanh, Violent ( VDaha.. JHi
General OrW.tly.FhyaioalWeitnsaa Jitt
Kidney llnca- m-
crvoue l4liity ........1.041
I rlnary Wcaknaa.WettlnaBed.... &ii
IMacnanaof llic Hltrt. PaliiiUUonl.N
tktld bv ITOaTHl1l, orvwnt pAHtpnirl on rMWllft Of
Flesh Producer & Tonic J
Hear tlio lVituf?Hfc?!
10 to o rtiisiiM
A Haas of Hlxty-t.l(bt Winter.
I am 88 years of aite, and reaard Qulan's
Pioneer a Ane tonlo for the feoble. 11 y ita
U'e my strenaih has heen restored and
weleht InorcaMrd ten Bounds. "
A K. O. CAMPBELL, Ootton Gin Maker.
Jdaoon, Oa., February 18, 18H6.
A Crippled Confederntej Hmjni
1 on'y weiahed 128 pounds wben I com
menced Uuinn s Pion r, and now wsivh 147
pounds. 1 eould hardly wal with a stick to
supoort me and cao now walk long aislanoes
without help. Ita benefit to me is b-yond
esi"uiation. n. tiUJ! ua iKisiJUK,
Maoou, Ua. Cotton Buyer.
Mr. A. II Brarablell, HardwareHsr
(haul, er Foray lb. On , Wrlteat '
It acted like a charm on mTs-eneral health.
I consider it a finetonio. I wduh mote tbas)
1 nava lor iyeais. Keppei-tiuiir,
A. U. BHAMBLETT.
Mr. W. . louct, Sfaeou, Sajrai
My wife baa regained her ttrenath and in
cre'Sed ten poni.ds in wctttht.' t recom
mend liuinn s Pionoer as the best tonic,
w. if. junks.
Dr. O. W. Ielbrltr, r Atlnnta, Ga.
Write ol Uaistu'a Pioneer I
Oulnn'a Pioneer Blond Rcnewerhts been
nned for years aith unprecedented success.
It is entirely vegetable and does the system
no harm, ft Improves the appetite, diges
tion una oioou mailing, stimulating, invig
orating and toning up all the funotionssnd
tinsoea of the system, and thus beoomea the
great blood renawar and health restorer.
FIOHEEB BLOOD BEBKWBB
cores all Blood and bkin Di'easea. Bheuma-
tism. 8 roiula, Old Sores. A perleot bpring
If sot in your market It will be forwarded
on reoeipt on rnoe. umall bottles, U.wt
laraa botxlas. 11.75.
Essay on Blood and Ekln Disease! mailed
MAOOW MKDIOlNB CO., Macon, Ba.
W. N. HAXDEBIAN,
President of the Orcat LOUISVILLE COC-
' illUK-JUUKMAi. to., tells what
he knows of
Winters mith's Chill Cure.
Orncior tbs CoraiRa-JouaiftL,
IiOUIHf ILLS. Kt.
Dr. Winttr'tnitJi. 8irl waive a rule 1 hav
nbserved tor many years, the value of your
remtdy promii'iDg me to say, in
your icquett. what I know of yiur Chill
l ure, j ne private assurances ni ita fllicKry
I had, and the good results of ita efforts I
bad ob-erved on Mr. K. W, Meredith, who,
for mnro than fi'tecn yoirs, bitd been fore
man ol my ffi e, induced me to test it in
my family. The re ulu have been ent rely
saust tdory. The Brt oi'e was of two
years standing, in wbioh 1 believe every
known remedy hnl been tridwiih tempo
rary rt-lint the oh il I a resuming periodiciilly
Your cure brnke tbem at Ance, and there bus
been no recurrence of them f r mure than
fix months. 1 he ether ro was ol a milder
form, and yielded more readily to o her
rem. dies; but the chi li would return at in
tcya s U' t'l your medio ne wan oscd. since
which time, now several mentlis, they have
euiirolv diS'ipiieared. From the opportu
ni'y I have hi-d to judre, dn n' t bnt-itate to
cinre's ray beli-f thnt your Cb II Cure Is a
valuable specific, and perloruia all you
promise for it. KespectfuHy,
W. N HALDEMAII.
ARTHIIR PETER A CO., Anent, Louii-
int. c. sio,
Q J K FBCOND HT., MEMPHIS, TENN.,
ail) has been in this oily 2 years, Unit
ing sll dif eases of the Reotum as a bpecial
ist with unilorm success, without tbe u e ot
the kni'e or liguture. Uucmcs treatrdt
Const pution. Itjflamoiatton, Ptlea, Keot.:l
Ulcer, Fistulas Fisiutes, I'ebpt. faUrrh,
Hricture. h'xerecence aronnd iLe.Heolum.
Preiaosas, Proiits, Hemorrhage, spasm ol
tbe bvhinotus. Chronic iliarriiC and chronic
I ail and see tentimoniala.
Co s'litatioa free. At homo tha aeoond
nd fourth we k of each mo t".
If. ST. young or o!d.
And tb. E I . ctrlo
-ihield and KuapeDso
ry euro eiery riaii r.l
H eakeers of th- Kid
r e s, .-eiual bystcm.
Vsrico-e e aod lo.tor
erd- rs most b sent to Aiucricaafialvau
lete,7aA atrmwiwny, ss Tn.lt, as
all onr We.tyrn pSest are diaeosnlaued.
laJ'. : ,";c? .ter,febltd powers
f TIk' if M' n refanded il
I HIV 'rffi"IIBnt a repr-entfd.
LlflV y If II Pricisaod upward
IdUI.W VjllJ.,m,,ai fss. All
ABE STII.L. TBIVBPRA1IT.
For IfUenvears they hay steadily gained
ia favor, and with sales constantly increaa
ing bay become the most popular Ooraata
throughout tbe United btatee.
The t quality la waaurran n'nn rwtca
aa 'OKO aa ordinary CnaasT. W have
lately introduced the U and M H grade
with Kits Lna Waiar, and eaalaraiab
them when preferred.
Bishest awards from all th World's
F-aat Fairs. The last medal reeeived Is lor
irst Dtoast or Mkbit, from the late Bap.
sitloa held at Nw Orleans. While scores of
pateata bav boon b aad worthless, the prin
ciple of th e love-r uiing hav previa in
yalaabl.' iUtailera are authorised to refund money.
11. on examination, thes Corset de aut
prove as rerresentM. Fwsr asu every
Oata'e ! en apBlloaUea.
ki ant I awaxinn A t)n.. New York
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 819 JflkSl I Hill?
N. Second St. t M,'i.r'
OH Iff 09 BOILERS
LOGGERS' ARAFTERS'APPLI AN CES
SAW AND PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
AT" WRITB FOR CATA1XKJUK. -
Notice la Hereby Wlren,
THAT th annual meeting of the sto-k.
holdrra of th Cheraneake, Ohio
and Boutbwoslern Railroad Company
for th election of Directors and
such other bu-inesa as may come before tha
meeting, will be hi id at th nffioa cf th
Company, In the city nf Memphis (oallsd th
Taxing OUtiiot ol Shelby County), Tenn..
on the 5ib uajr ! April, land, at 12
o'clock noon of ibat day, and that th lose
from that Company to the Newport News and
Mis iss pni Valley Company will be sub
milted lo th slockhnlda s for their consent
thereto and approval thereof. Transfer
books wi'l he eloeed from March SiOlh to
April 6, loan. '
By order of th President and Boird t
Tlireotnr.. IHA AO R. HATRS. Secretary.
JiEMbUT KllKa, A TMlitn ot r iiuthf ill inaftrailriKJ
muhJiik lmmatar Ita, MVrwna OvtiUiii, loy
Mmnhood, !,, hving tririi Id tkio vnry bimjwb
rraiK..,aiv JisouverviT m Rimi)e ioaiinof alf-m:',
whi'-h h- ff.l! wr.-. KKKK to hit irtUm-mtlrn-
FOR SALIC AT
B.'LOWENSTEIN &, BROS.1
Aaesila sow Wrtnphl., Tessis,
A Valuable Patent.
Daatawa (Her) reras ! Tvm Ttmm
t:l AV1NG narfeeUd mv Invention. I wl
LX n plan it before th e.hllo. asnenlalkr
m rafaetnrer. As a Cora Planter, it ita
peneot ucos odim the drill, aiitribate
I he seed accirately, an I mured, and covers
th same, thereLy one man pnrformlnt tha
work ot three, 'the hav been used in
this section lor over a doscn years with per-
eot satislactinn. Lao give rospu.. albla test!
JOHN li. DAKCT.Dansyyilla,
Havwned eo.ntv, Tenn
Pot is years at ) Court Place, now aa
'!et. Th ir d nd Fourth,
Jst-t dtsOCOMIUl, M Uifl 1TBIU wul pro asp.
Ourp- all tormM ot PRIVATR,
CHHON10 ud SEXUAL m
!ieruiatorruea mna Impotono?,
t the molt f awlf-HlMM In jwutji, awyytcl qmmii m
Qpsjr yr" o HaVr oaittaaai, bj4 frnerfurtM mmt i slaM
L'WIns; ft.- -t": Nr MiairavaB. fcltnlfiAl KiulaWLu. -'v'.i
a ) by irearflfV. I'luiu nf btflit, Or-sVUva Vn " . "h
ai irr"J. I'lHli'lrai OU KfaCB. A V OTrVm t rk0 3.' masssi
'Vmru-ri. of a'drata, ltas ot 0A4M.I Pry, h. rMl'ij
avsrrnn hnr.H-?y or wohtiivrif, aXrt laVirtMaRhH BIM prtaa
wt-.i!a ourtMt SYPHILIS i
ULCET, Husewr, i.ruinU-, JutK
A 'l.tt nrl (iltiT pttvavu d ?) an qvlofel fJtirwl,
U II twirvWUnt that ft rthj; aitD Whn paja i I tltllaalllatal
k sWrtAlB lmM f 4Xmmm, Bui trrvitnc UvMaod fairt
aqijra arrml aalilL rtistilt,n krrii. iLU IaAwtVs
f-t 'vtnmsrtH KiroBa) ta mj BBr. VUtn U t lertiTtriiratia
VIHt4(hc lt tT imiawal, Olll tlir CU ast)rBA aaaigsf
.tvl utily by mU t nptwt ADjwbavft.
4'tt-UUUoia rrraMkBltv IrT hf WtMt frW
Of KK aaM. arirl to t am. nwt mM tn
fit) aeuia. HlaayuM W N4 trr Bii, acM rtMa, M bUt(
ait. m. o r. bl
f E ALT II IH WEALTH -Da. E. C.
- W gT'. Nssva sun Bai TaeaTMSKT,
a go ars n i re. I SMcioo for Hrstsria, Disu
ses, Unavnlllocr, Fits, Mery ns N.aral-
Eia, tleadacne. rJervc". Prostration, eauaad
y the us of alcohol or t 'beeooi Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, Be'tcoing of the
Bruin, resulting in in.anity and lea ing to
misery, decay and dAthi Premature
Age, Barrenness. Lose of Power in eitbei
---- Involuntary Losses and Kpermat. r
rhea, mv- by over-exertion of t)i brain,
self-abusaorovi tiadulgeae. Kaoh box o n
tains on oionli. treatment. II a bog, oi
six bogs for 15, sen i I. mail prepaid, on
receipt of prio. We guarrnr.e tjlx Boxes
to core any ease. With eeh order ioeireo
by usforsia box, anoornpanied wit.
will aend th purchaser our written
guara' re to refund th money if th treat
ment do ot sfleet a euro. Unaranta.
issued only b. k rtrmKKT CQ..
aiau, Memphis. I.na; , Cftff'B 1
BfJ 1 I
1 "avA-V "Ll
rj kZB Xfjr LEU B
S iPOLEOX II I LX, Preraldeat. vr. X, t I LEE&S05, Tle-PreaItTf
11. 1. LYNX, Caantrj.
B aT 1 ! 1 TI'
lmnmn riTTf vmn v. vcm'i nn i'n
iuowi) unjniD aijoiiimuu.
DOBS A OBJIEBAX I1BB ABD BABIBB BUBIBBM.
A QUARTER OF A MILLIONDOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
B. HJRSTKNHBIM, WM. I. CO LB, JAMK8 RKILLT, JOHlf LOAttt I.,
fi. MANbflCLD, D. i. MTERd. W. P. BKTUaLL.
Ofllre IP UTailliartn Ntrfet. Wempliiwe Tonn
C. B. WTtK9MAlf.
3ft9 MAIN STI,
J. T. t
A. HUNT. 0. C.
I; FAR6AS0N & CO.
? foers & Cotton FactorSp
: i:V..v itrMt, UTemphlfa, Tenn.
rA ! us ill lux onr careful attention. W carry at all time a eraU-
elctd I took u
Stapls'& Fancy Groceries, i u., i.Hr,luo & Cigara,
anil wtll eell aa l.sw aa the 4weaS.
OP NHW Yonu,
IlK'lI.inD A. HfcCI7ItlY( t t i i : I'rciaUlciit.
Nnrreaisler Valaea Indorae on Pellrlea.
let the World,
JNO. P. WILKERSON, Agent,
IVo. 2 Cotton KxcliHiiRfi Ilulldlnir, Meinplilr.
Ilrlaklcy, Ark Mannnioturra of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
AMD DBALKKN IB
Do ore, 8ah. lillmlp, l)rfao1 Floor In ir, Olllnir, Weathcr-Boardlita;
'jprenn MbluKlcis LalbH, Lie.
ear Our facilitlea are ansurpassed by any sawmill In the South for HI Ing orders pvcavi tlf.
Flooring, Coiling, Hiding, btep Luiuberand t'vpress bhinslss a speoialtv i also, Kramia t
Lumber of, all dimensions. We make th Wholesale Business a speoial foatar. Order
solicited and promptly filled. ,
OIXO. lIAY&llldl21l, A2NT,
No. 194 JfifPorwon Stroet -- Meynphlis Tonnwpffij
ad Will pay Gtooil Prlrcti for 9IOTKN, GIN FALIJJ bb4
Tlt lSIIY C'OITOM ol all domrlptlon. Head for Vlrotilar
and PrlreM Paid.
3XT. -W- SPIES EDFtS, Jr.
75 Vwti r Hrt
HLEDtsE BROS., of Como, Miss,
3f! Tmnt Rrt
Jl.itia H. HaUlwaat.
WisitHj&5r: OrocrN, Cotton Factor
And Commission Merchants
232 and 234 Front Si., Memphis, Tenn:
BBTWKBB ADAM ABD J BFaTEBfiOB,
Mr. I. H. RAIN BY devote hia whole time to th weighing and aa' of all Oettoa aatrusUd
to nar aerra. Oolten Warehou.a. 6 Washington street.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN AND COTTON PLANTERS.
It. G. CRAIG & CO.. MEMPHIS.
TUOMAX miY' K,
T. if. MILUUKN,
HDL COLKVI V,
. U. B '(MiKN,
Nl-BKW K K NfJCRT.
A.VIKd 8. KOBINSUy,
ar Deposits reoelv.d la sums of VI aad npcard. aad intcreit allowed oa a me Serai-
We buy and sell local Inv.itraent Bonds and Seour'tioa generally, per tat n act a
trustees, and, in general, eawiut any In.ocial boino.s r.tuiringa st. aoa n -oasikie
1 'lies drafts. In suns to sail nurchaars. nn all narta of S troi.
sarW.. bav. a ooramodious Vault for th deposit valuables, which ia at thel srvio of
or easterner., arree wf vuarire.
1). P. UAUUKX, Prealiiaat. ET0. (JOLIISMIIU, Vlc-I're Jdcnt. "
T1S9 If ITU AW, ta,hltr.
n M II y t
HKI5. R. A. PARKER. K. L. WOODdOl
LIFE 1. CO.
Ne Forfeit tire. Ciicwbxhi
I X3 :xc a m iiio a-.
Mwrnph i w. Tun n
F. M. NOR FLEET, Beaideat Partner,
H. J. Cler
JOHN E. HANDLE & ( 0., PR0rR
88 Second St. Mom phis. Ttr.".
FOUNDERS & JjlAClIINlSTS,
MANUFACTUKKKH AND DKALKIU) IN
1 liKiiifst, Itoilt-rx, Savtinlllfi,
IsrHillord Corn and UbintAlill",
Cotton I'rt-MK, Cotlou
RPM'III. NorM'K-Wcar.prrparcdtAll order,
nr., notioe, lor tbe cel. rated Hv.ti I'uian
Vrenal.. . Kill Ivy. Vie carry ia stock osr.r
Two Hundred As.orteii n,ia.
srrsnd for Oat.logne and Price-list.
J. i. HANnWtTtKKK..
IJtVID P. H 4 1'l'K.N,
JAVIK-I A. IMIIKK'I.