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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, APRIL 8. 18SC
ALL WAIVES HIDE FOB I HEIR
By Congress Breommf ndatlois of
th Tnrt of Claims Beleatc of
leoausronDnoi or tax irrm.
Wawihgtom, April 5. The follow
ing ii a correct statement of the river
imprOTenent allowances for Tennes
see, as well as the surveys authorized
with the view to future improvement,
contained in the uew river and harbor
Big Hatchie, $3000; Caney ForV,
J300; Clinch, (5001); Cumberland
river, continuing improvement above
NaehTille.with a view to secure in the
channel a depth of fourfeet commenc
with the lock at or near the lower
island at Nashville, 100,COO; below
Mashvllle, 112,500; French Broad,
t0 0; Hiawwwee, 2500; South Fork
of Forked Deer river, $5000; Tennes
see river, above Chattanooga, $7500 ;
Tennetwee river, at Muscle Shoals,
Little MnRcle Shoals and Elk River
Shoals, to complete improvements at
these localities, 35!,ooi; South Fork
f Cumberland river, $5000.
Tho following are the allotment to
various localities out of tho MiwiBtippi
river appropriation : Continuing work
at Memphis. 7r,0r0: New Orleans,
$100,000; rectification of the Red and
AUttiafalaya rivers bv preventing
further enlargement of the latter
stream and restricting its outlet capac
ity, and for keeping open a navipablo
channel through the mouth of lied or
Via nvsr Into the Mississij pi, iiw
000; improving navigation m Green
villo Reach by preventing the bank at
Greenville from further caving, $50,-
(XX); deepening the channel at Vcks
burg, 111 ,00 ', this sum not to be ex
pended ia dredgiim the bar until an
other pervcy hIihII determine its ad
. .a:i;i. ;fu ..).,. n n.. -.n
t nauiiiiry, ,t iiniiikii ill,,., luru
000 shall be expended in the improve
ment of navigation at Vicksburg by
. constructing tuiUtblo dikes and other
Surveys are ordered of the follow
ing: North fork of the Forked Deer
river, below Dvciuburg. In Missis
sippi Cassity bayou and Noxubee
Tho Judiciary Committee, in sup
port of the proposition to hold terms
ol the United States Court at Vicks-
is held at any point on the east side of
the Mississippi river botween Mem
phis and New Orleans. The holding
ot court at Vicksburg is not only in
the line of economy, but will bo a
great convenience and saving of time
and expense to the people of the
eonnties adjacent to the nver, and
also afford much-needed court facili-
ties to tbe admiralty interests of the
The Committee on Claims re com
mend tknt there be paid to William
U. Handle MO. It will be remem
bered that Randle was a route agent
on the Memphis branch of the Louis
ville and Nashville railroad, and lost
a registered letter containing the
above aamed amount. Handle, niado
good the loss and ever since has been
seeking relief from Congress.
Tho Committee on War Claims re
ommond that tno estate ol William
Wright of Pine Bluff, Ark., be allowed
$053 for rent of office rooms during
TenncHfiec claimants still continue
to present cases for the consideration
ol tbe Committee on War Claims.
AarTiUal Rniniflinn lain M 1. fal
hasentored a claim' for $1400 in full
remuneration for the loss sustained
in consequence of tho destruction of
his bouse, within the 1 ne of Fort
? Asbnry Hall un a legal representa-
t tives, of Shelby county, ask that they
i be paid $9i0 for supplies taken by
' the army.
f P. E. ParVer asks the return of
$2366 90 oo account of losses sns-
: tnined bv blra as bondsman for Frank
Travis, Collector f Internal Revenue
at Mempbia in 18(17. It will bo ro-
membere-i that a judgment for $20,747
was onkvrtJ against the bondsmen on
account of Travis's defalcations, and
Packer's property was seized and sold.
In 1881 securities were released
from liability by act of C ngress, but
Parker had already lost his property.
H. T. Co of Blount county enters a
eiaiin ter jis.tiHa lor property taken
annng ibc war.
B. B. O'Connor of the late firm of B
B. O Connor, Brothers & Swan of
Nash ville, asks for i'4 120, net proceeds
of property taken and sold in 18rt2.
A measure has been introduced by
Vr. Glass directing the Secretary of
War to place on tho muster-rolls of
the Seventh Tennessee Cavalry the
names of all officers and soldiers who
may prove their enlistment and ser
vice, and were captured or prevented
their muster by unavoidable causes;
and when the muster-rolls shall be so
amended, said officers and soldiers, or
tneir widows or legal representatives,
shall be entitled to such pay and al
lowances as if they had been mustered
. 1. - , : i ' . .
: lit tue time ui eaiinuiieni.
The Committee on Public Buildings,
. in support of the measure to appro-
Eriate lf 0,0l for a building at Vicks
urg, say that the government now
pays for the poatoflice there (12-10 per
annum. It is very small and wholly
insufficieat for the business. The re
ceipts of tho office for the past year
were tl7,279. It is a distributing
office for a large area of country, and
as new lines of read are constantly in
creasing mail facilities, the business of
the ot3o is rapidly growing. A suit
ablo buildingrouki not be had for less
than i25t i er annum. As soon as a
Sublic baild'rig is erected there the
emandi of the large and prosperous
section tributary to Vicksburg will
make tbe holding of regular terms of
the Federal Courts there necessary.
From time to time the officials of
the Treasury have received applica
tions from parties ia tbe South for the
return of personal property actually or
.supposed te be deposited in the 1 reas
ury vaults. Tla property consists of
articles taken , as "cap tared and
abandoned proi frty,'- And, in addi
tion, of watches, etc. that belonged to
Southern soldiers who died in Federal
prisons. A nifasuVe is now pending
in Congress authorising the return of
these articles to the original owners.
As there fat a strong probaUlity of the
passage of the ueasare, I append a
statement ef this property, as given
by Secretary Manning to the House
Committee on Military Affairs, who
have favorably artod upon the meas
ure indicated. The "captured" pro
perty onniit of the following articles:
Box oonUi -Ins- sea's and" ,rin; fbot'o. n-tainina-
sua1 1 quantity o' jewa'ry: l
hain, 3 seels atd iiNiipi. ffiinature and
ot! b x Ltinir( 7 bro chea. 1 eel Mild,
4 rinxs, 3 e e, 1 bu slcs and I p-no. : 1 nt
oarnr-o, braitlet broin-h and v-r nm 1
wt h, i-ba-n ml kv ; 2 la- bets and rim; 3
portraits: b x of Id iswelry : 2 .o rit ; 1
ilr ptvher: 1 Irer b-a t-ot; J tilver
ere-m-on: I si'ver iu-r bol; 1 cat
with i 'ork; 1 anivo ai.d 1 ip on.
The list of articles forwarded horn
Point Look on t and other military
prisons are as follows: .
Two bpodrtd and for'.r-4lx watvhM, 8S
Ha', 11 rinti. lixtkaU, T krntplo, 1
braaelat, I Feila, 1 koiraa, liataltar, 1
pai ecrpM-u .
The bill authorizing the return I
these articles i rovides that if they aie
not cki i ed within two years Irom the
passage of the act that they ihall be
sold at public auction.
Tbe Hon. John M. Taylor das asked
the passage of a bill to pay U-torge M.
Little, Seventh lennessee Cavalry,
300 bounty and eighteen moitbs pay
as a private soldier, and also to place
him on the pension list
Also a pension for Emily Tireadgill,
widow of Nathaniel Threadiill, Third
Tennessee Cava ry
Am llDKrat'fal Freakr-a. Havel
r Haal Crnaary rnkra
Far aoi tL ootusroxoiRos or tbi appiil.1
Gkknada, Miss., April G. For tbe
past few days a peripatetic sreacher
has been holding forth on tie street
on the dangers of polygamy vnd kin
dred evils. He is a little max with a
thin, spare figure, a keen foe and a
twinkling pair of optics. Vhat he
lacks in eloquence -and it ii consid
erable he makes up for n long
windedness. After he has t&ked for
an hour he removes his bro id brim
for the collection, and draws in the
picayunes of his audience vhile he
quavers a bymn, and bis shying is
much worse than his prcaoh.ng. At
first blush be might be left severely
alone as a harmless sort .of a
crank, but he has a bad record. A
few years ago this man, Paul Bagley,
came down to this country poor as a
church mouse, ragged ami destitute.
Kind people at Oa - land, in Yalobusha
county, Uiok pity on him, put a good
suit of clothes on his bark and fed and
housed him for a couple of weeks.
Then liko "Jeshurun, who waxed fat
and k eked," this ingrate turned
around ami in the meanest manner
maligned the generous people who had
be n so good to him. In a letter to a
R. Louis journal bo abused the South-
ero peoplo in round terms, regretted
that every one bad not been killed in
the war of Brcisiion or handed after
wards, lie wanted tho Chinese Min
istry as the reward of bis n.ali e, but
Gen Garfield had no use fur him, so
he has come back to street preaching
for nickels and dimes, ilis irgratitudu
Blinuld ho known to every .Mississip
pian. Puss him alontr.
This morning the townsfolk turned
out en masse to witness the rare spec
tacle of a fox hunt. The rcynard was
sent irom poutr uaronna to uapt. Joe
Slack a fortnight ago, who announced
to the hunters in town that he would
turn it loose at 10 a.m. Promptly on
time there assembled near the public
square a party of twenty-five or thirty
horsemen, with a pack of forty-seven
hounds. These included som of the
best dogs in the South, several with
pedigrees, and an entire pack of twelvo
irom the town of Water Valley, thirty
miles from here. They met at Gar
ner's livery stable, near the public
square, and the novel spectacle at
tracted men, women and children,
white and colored, all indeed who
heard the tuneful music of the dom.
Messrs. Will andersand Will Ragsdalo
acted asdmgsandendeavnred to secure
for bis foxship an hour's start. o
eager, however, were the huntsmen for
the chase, that less than half tho time
was given to Reynard. Among the
part" who speedily enntured him were
Messrs F. Hunt, Helinn and George
Davison ot Water Valley, and dipt.
Jo Slack, Buck Thoma, Will Zanders,
Jno Griliic,WillRiigsdale,Dunb r Dun
ran, Capt Turner, L. T rner and Capt.
Hall of this town, and J. K. Esrirleston
of Torrance. At high noon tho hunters
returned wit t the fox ingeniously trail
ing behind the leader and tho cheer
ing and applaufiu. echoed from the
county buiUtn to the nilread depots.
To-nipht thd bMr aaa) bounds are
scouring the hills for a fox. If they
succeed in finding one they will prob-
auiy maae a nigni oi it.
On Monday night a dramatic troupe
gave an entertainment at tho Opera
1 louse for the benefit of tho cemetery.
Goodness knows, tho cemetery sadly
needs repairing, and unless something
is done soon, the stray cattle and hogs
will complete the demolition which
neglect and tho ravages of time and
weather have already effected.
The town is now being thoroughly
wor-ed up by the agitation of tho
prohibition question. The ladies
(thoutrh not all of theml and the re
ligious circles, of course, are advocat
ing prohibition. whi cnota few promi
nent business men are in favor of
A colored lad. who works in the of
fice of the enlind, has m de a capital
model of a locomotive encine of soft
wood, with no other tools but a pocket
i ;f mi , . . .
snuu. inemouei is aooui eighteen
inches in length and well proportioned
with working parts, pistons and levers
all pertuct. ilie boy is a mechanical
The following is a copy of an ordi
nance passed by the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen at their last session :
Be U ordainrd fry the Board ot Mayor
and Aldtrmen of th eitif of Or nada, in
LounM convened. That, whereas, the
State has imposed a tax upon commer
cial drummers in the btate, the Mayor
be authorized to collect no additional
tax for corporation purposes from said
commercial drummers. c.
The Hwlan tr JaK Hale Ie-
trrd hr Ire.
8rriL COURtSrOBDMOa OP TBK APPIAL.I
Sarpis, Miss., April 6. -This even
ing at about o' kc the res dence of
the lion. J. G. Hale, Chancellor of the
Second Judicial District, was discov
ered to be in flames. The alarm was
soon given, and the entire town came
to tbe rescue, bat the uild.ng, which
was a frame ono, was evidently
doomed. The fiery element had
taken full possession, and nothing
could bo done beyond savi g tho
most valuable lurniture, pictures, etc.
The fire originated in t e kitchen,
presnmanJy irom a detective Hue. In
side of two hours nothing but a heap
ot aaties was lelt to mark wliat bad
been one of the finest residences iu
Sardis. The barn, containing a valu
able nerd ol Jerseys, was saved, c.
Ilenrv A. Mott jr., Ph.D., F. C. 8.,
Professor of Chemistry, Now York
Medical Col lego, and late Government
Chemist, says: "My investigation ot
Alicock's forooa 1'Iaster snows it to
contain valuable and essential ingred
ients not present in any other plaster.
These ingredients are so perfectly pro
portioned that, the Alicock's Porous
Plaster will not cause blisters or ex
cessive irritation; and I find it super
ior and more efficient than any other
plaster." Imitations and counterfeits
of this valuable remedy are being
offered for sale: so, when purchasing
aiicock t'oroua i lasters.oo not. tail to
see that the registered trade mark
stamp is on each plaster, as none are
genuine without it
Will Walt ( tun t lmun Ball Ry.
NkW Yobi, April 7. A derman D-
lacy cannot bn foird, snd it ia stuterl
thHt be ltft th ri'y S-mHsy nigh,
with tie in'ei t on rf remvJaiPB aav
"until the clonds ro.l bj."
CARRIED A STEP TOO FIR AT
The 5jw Slnl ter Trca'cd Lite a
Laborer by tbn ( nstoms
Sam Fbancisoo. C-l.. Apr'l 7.
The new t hineee Minister arrived on
the Gaelic yesterday. Just as he, fol
lowed by his suite, was about to step
ashore, he was stopped by a customs
officer, who informed him that be
could not allow him to pass till he had
shown y properly authent icated docu
ments mat he was enuiieo. u iana id
the United States. The Chinese Con-
sul-Gcneral and the Chinese Consul
who were present to receive the Min
ister, expressed some indignation that
such a formality should be required in
this instance, but as the officer in
sisted, the Minister dispatched one of
his secretaries for his credentials, ac
crediting him to the government of
the United States. W lion these were
produced the surveyor informed the
Ministerthat the customs officers must
have something to show that he and
his suite had been properly admitted
to this port. The vinister s passport
was then sent for. and after a dupli
cate certified copy had been made,
the embassy was allowed to land.
CONSUL BBS'S 8TATEKRT. J
Cons 1 Bee has made the following
statement in regard to the matter:
Secretary Bayard sent instructions to
the Collector at this port to permit the
legation to land freely aud to extend
to them every courtesy. J ust at ine
moment bis excellency and suite were
about to step ashore the Surveyor in
formed the Collector ho bad just sent
an order not to permit tho legation to
land until his excellency's credentials
wero sent to tho custom-house fo- ex
amination. This was omniunicated
to hisexcellency, who expressed much
surprise at the action of the Collector,
remarking that his government had
instructed him to only present his
credentials to the President of the
United Slates, and adding that they
were packed in his baggage under Boal
and it would be very inconvenient to
get at them at the moment, and, there
fore, he preferred to remain on tbe
ship until communication could be
had with Washington. Finally, after
a delay of an hour and a half, the
Minister and suite were permitted to
leave the ship."
Tbe klamm aimabr'a roiaplnlnt.
Washikotoh, April 7 The Chinese
Minister at Washington has made a
formal complaint to the Secretary of
State in regard to the treatment of his
successor at San Francisco at the
bands of the United States customs
officers. He bases his action on in
formation received from the Chineso
Consul General at San Francisco-who,
it is nndcratood, alleges that the new
Minister and his sirte were subjected
to unusual and unnecessary annoy
ances and discour esies on their sr
rival at that port The Secretary of
State referred tho matter to tho acting
Secretary of tho reasury, who this
afternoon telegraphed to tho Collector
of Customs nt San Francisco for a
statement of the conduct of bis officers
in tho matter. Some surnriso is ex
pressed at tho Treasury Department
that the landing of tho Minister should
have been attended by any dulat , in
view of the fact that the Collector at
San Francisco had been specially in
structed to extend to him the usual
courtesies due to tbo representative of
a loreiL'ii government, sue 'i as allow
ing tho freo entry of his baggage nd
effects, and affording fuci ities for his
uninterrupted transit to wastuagton,
or wherever he desired to go.
The following is tho letter of the
Chinese Minister to tho Secretary of
" Referring to your note of the 2M
ultimo, informing mo that the neces
sary instructions wero issued to tho
Collector of Customs at San Francisco
'to extend to your (my) successor,
r Chane Yin Hoon and suito, upon
arrival there every proper courtesy
and attention due to a diplomatic
representative of a foreign govern
ment,' I have the honor to state that
1 have just received from tho Chineso
Consul-General at San Francisco the
following telegram: 'Minister Chang
and suite have arrived Collec
tor demanded presentation of cre
dentials before allowing them
to land. After considerable de
tention tho Surveyor permitted them
to land.' Accept, sir, the renewed as
surances of my highest consideration
UIRN T3A0 JU."
Daaarfroaa At. ti foreign Ferllna; nt
Sah Fbasciboo, CL.f April 7. The
steamer Gael c arrived to-day with
Honr Kong and Yokohama dates of
March i:)t and 23d. Tbe Overland
China Mail says news of tho anti-
Chinese persecutions in the United
States has created very dangerous
anti-foreign feeling in Canton, and
fears are entertained that tbe natives
would attempt the reprisals men
tioned by the Viceroy of Kwag Tung,
in his dispatch to the Chinese minu
ter at Washington.
The EarhantMl knaaaK-riand.
A book descriptive of the summer
resorts ol the Northwest will be mailed
general passe ger agent Chicago and
Northwestern railway, Chicago, 111.
Fnaod De.dln alia Brtf.
Nxw Havkh, Ct , Aprd 7 Thomn
A. Thatcher, p ofesoor oi Latin and
litf-ratore In Yale CO l-"gn, was discov
ered dead in his bod tbi' morning. He
was in bn seventy-a'cnd ear.
Drlrrmln4 l lre rntilr Bleb (a.
The Brown Chemical Company of
Caltimore, Vd., hav jest ent red
heavy suits against Frederick Stearns
A Co., Detroit, Mich., for imitating
Brown's Iron Bitters, and against
Meyer Bros. & Co., the well-known
wholesale druggists of St. Louis, Mo.,
for dealing in Brown's Iron Tonic,
which, it is claimod, is an imitation of
Brown e Iron Bitters, and against Jas.
A. Dickinson, a wealthy uniggist of
Baltimore, for selling and recommend
ing a non-secr t remedy called Iron
Tonic bitters, made y Koshland, Hol
lander & Co. of Baltimore, which, it
is also claimed, is an imitation of
Brown's Iron Bitter. These suits will
likely involve very heavy amounts
and be watched with interest by all
persons dealing in proprietary medi
able, and la erwy am
, KAfA ftMw i( CAL 8 ICS and VI. -it,,
i who iu deaf twnty-iiiit Trial
t - d t wtb lo frenet Ccksd hlasst.ri
threa month., antf slnoe tbea hundreds 01
o'hors by -ante prooa plain, simpleand
saee- fs'ul heme tret-nen. 'odres T, fi,
PAOCUIKaitHta SCaHow lork dtyj
m ir ni u
Ii am" mtutmm.
I Nr. eel, fcy-ttM AImMAJLM,
Day and Night
During an acuta attack of Broocliltli, i
ccaaelcaa tk-kliug In tbe thro.it, mid ax
exhauitlng, dry, hacking cougb, afflict
tbe sufferer. Sleep Is banUhcd, and treat
prostration follow . Tliit disease ti also
attended with lloaracueu, and sometimes
Loss of Voice. It Ii liable to become
chronic, Involve tbe lungs, aud trruiluate
faulty. Ajrer'a Cherry Pectoral anordi
pecdy relief and cure lu casu s of Bron
chitis. It control the disposition to
cough, and Induces refreshing sleep.
I have been a practicing physician for
twenty-four yenrs, and, for the put
twelve, have suffi-nd from autiual attack
of Bronchi! It. After exhausting all tbe
I tried Ayer Cherry Perioral. It helped
tne immediately, and effected a sxily
cure. G. SU call, M. D.,Csrrol!ton, Jlii-s.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Is decidedly the
best remedy, vtithlu niy knowledge, for
chronic Bronchitis and all limx ilix-aM-i.
M. A.liurt, M. 1., South l'm ix, lie.
' I was attacked, last winter, with a sever
Cold, which, from exposure, grew worm
and finally settled on my Lunpi. By
night sweats 1 was reduced almost to a
skeleton. My CoiiL-h was Incessant, and I
frequently spit blood. Sly physlelnn told
me to frive up buiiocM, or 1 would not
live a month. After taking various reiun
dles without relief, I was llually
Cured By Using
two bottles of Ayer' Cherry Pectoral, f
am now In perfect health, aud able to
resume buslne. after bavunr been pro
nounced incurable with Consumption. - -8.
P. Henderson, SauUbuigh, I'eiin. '
For year I was In a decline. I liml
weak luuirs, aud suffered from lUom hiils
and Catarrh. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral re
stored mc to In ulili, and I have been fur u
long time comparatively vigorous. l:i
case of a sudden cold I always resort to
the Pectoral, and And speedy relief.
Kdward K. Curtis, Rutland, Vt.
Two veiirs sra I suffered from a sevcrcj
Bronchdih. Tlie pbvsiclsn attending me
became fearful that the disease would ter
minate in 1'neumonla. After trviiij; vari
ous medicines, without benefit , lie tlmtllv
prcwribed Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, which
relieved inoai onrp. 1 continued to take
this medicine a short time, aud was cured.
Ernest Colton, Logausport, Jud.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by rr. J.C. Aver t Co., Ixtwell, Ma.
Void by all I)iugk-I.u. Prloel; alt Utt.n,a
n it i ; VKir s off hi:
Exchange Mational ltnnk
ItHXriiLK, Vs., Feb. IB. IHHU.
PKOPOSALS will be raceirod at this offlco
until Nitnrdar, Msroh fl, IhjW, for tho
purcha - (d tho hereinafter mentioned prop
erty id its entirety, and alio fur pieces or
parcel of the same reference beinn hud to
doKririptive lists of said property which
lists, statins: terms of tale, will be lurnlftied
upon application to tho undersigned. Ihe
rigtat tokojeclaujand ail bids is ro'ervnil :
vis: an an
The extensiv and valuable property lo
dated in Norfolk and P -rUmoutb, Va.,
known bS the "HenboH'd Cotton Compress
Comptnyof Norfolk. Va.," ennsittini-ot:
1. The franckiu, which, smonit other priv
ilnes, authorises the storajro of ootton and
other morohandi-e, and tho issue of neioti-a'-lo
3. Its plaal, which ennsists of three (3)
trst-olast improve i ootton compresses; two
(2) steam luits; three (3) trannporUitinn
biriios. All the adjuncts neeirsnry to a well
equipped esttielinhinent f thts charanter.
lis fire proof warehouse, evn (7) in Dau
ber, of oai-aeity tor atoraxo f 2I,10 baloi
uncompressed cotnn. '
lis lour 1 4 frame warehousss aictal rnof)
oipaoity, nany ihonsunds tons ol fertili-S-
Trt, rait, eto f
Its wharves snd docks, whlrb nfford ample
ro'-m for berthing nt tb same time ten sea
ftoinr, sfeatn or snilina veai?!. TheRreiol
the warehouse nod tlook i.riwty in Ports
mouth is about AS neio-, together with all it
o her rroaerty, hirh is lully d' scribed in
tho lists above ro :s-n-d t .
W M. U PHrjBISeyer
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-I mi; riniuMt H.l
TMK BOWCLH, I
A I'UtllTIVK CUB It KOll
rtoaa lln. tn two teaSDOonfolS.
Oenulne UkAS Oacwaau riLT In
oalnl parkiures at loo. and 2X. ko
iouuiue bwlu sold lu bulk.
Crib Orchard Wster Co., rropr.
S I. IONCT Mnrer. l.mitfftHe. SV
Mvma, Fl., September a, 18H2.
It aSords mo plea.ure to axure you that
ai:er usins ur. V. Mcijsne ue'eoraiea tjiver
Pills or mnt -hsn twenty ers In ruy tiim
il), tl at Ireftard tr.en ss boiu superior to
any I liavo ev.-ru-e l nrhs-o leen uced. I
reive not nsainem rnnttin'iy, ana nau u
try oihnrs, and 1 hiro triid a Rood variety,
but I hare never had uny toao'eo pro-optly,
nr..flfhlv. unit nlrnlv IU M LftDO's. f ImvO
trned hm an uivkoII. wile snd children.
with the moitur it lying re.u ts. For chil
dren, having u..ed them on myown witn sunn
uv and hunov eflet. I would rer-ouitnend
them to one and all. There pills do the
wo'k dn it promptly, do it well, and leave
nolllefleeu behind. Aa biie re cover, as
a I ivsr oo' rector, as a torerunner prepsring
the system lor quicino, t -ore is no pill or
medioine equiil to vr- t. Mounne s lyeio
btaled Liver Pills. I expent to use them as
lonir as 1 live, if they continue as food as
th.y bay boon in tho past, lour- iruiy,
U 11. (ill. Ki.
Pastor of M. K , Church, South Myers Sta
tion, Temp Distnol, Florida l-onlerenoo
a VOIDS-OI Jf rrHritl'leilSendus 25o.
and we will send yon by return mail a
box of tho s-enutno lr. u. Mci.ano i Uei
krta 1. ver PitU and oisht handsome aards.
Over fifty million boxes have hson used by
the people or tbe U B. What tetter oerun
eata fl mid the? haveT
FLBMINli BR03.. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Don't buy nny MoLsi e s Pills nnless they
are made by Flshiko Bros , Pittsburgh, Pa.
Tbo counterfeits sro made in hit. Louts, Mo.
IAMK YOI K AKKNTION to tho
assortment ot samples fo' Serins and
Summer wear, hloh 1 have just received
from the Ulotbmc-Urder tepaitnenlt.r
This hnu. does the larcoit Mall-Order
Clo'hina Bualoess in tho world. Pioneer in
work ng out tbe Idea, it has won s S'eat sue
eesn by scrupuli'U our ia fillinf tk ordori
of unseen eustoners.
Ihe p event season marks a new era li
this department of 'bo'r business, th mean
ins of which is even be'ter sery oo, oxeou
live and morhanioal. This, with tho ioa
pnoos, larve ohoioe of materislF, and amplt
usritntee of completo satiafhet on, should
ivo mo a first cla m en your orders.
lf( West Conrt rtreet.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
218 Maiu St Mempkls,Tenu
Wlahlar ItsUr from Baalssea
We OUer nor Kailra
STOCK AT COST.
Tk Orillsd aad Only Sssalat,
Sale snd always Reliable. Bowarool warn,.
I limitations. Indispensable to . !,.
A h yoar lraiat lor Ulehowler'
Faal, -'aad take no other, or Inclose 4e
(stamps) to as for parUeaiar t Lirrsa by
leiera snail. faPkU. Chi.
rkHleri heuileal fe . .
axis sxllM.u eqasre, PMIsds , a'.
TltAUKsapvllsd by OSO. C.OUODWUf
Wbeievsls A reel., BS.y.
l. yonat or o i,
find the K I o 0 t r i c
ihiel l and Suspenso
ry ureeiory teo id
A easi-es of i fa - Kid
ro s, f-oiuaJ System.
Vsrioo-e o ad lost or
l, i , -t1"? - s'.tlf feehl.d powers.
I 6lV vflVllnnt a repro-euted.
rs tnntir be anet to AiurrH-NafJ,,! VI
Irs-o, 7M mnwis.f , ew Yo. k, u
all otur Wontora offiou are dismaiUsaed.
3 eo. W. Tonilln,
Mrllavirs yarabasaa ths antira stuck fTsht
ela aaa lb Manafaetarlnf DepartsHnt of tke
Wodraff-01ivr Oarria aad Harawar Co., w
ar htUra)rsrato)t lb aeicacai l tb
trad Is this lla tbaa aay kaai ia Us Bo Ik.
W oeoor-T tb 1 ttacd f lb com pas;, vbirb
is tb lar-t and most oaodiaa RsposlUry
iatb Mantry. W tt si total iaduias
in OPEN BUOUIK8, ef oar own nako, at W,
aad TOP BC0UIK8, of our owb aako, at (leo.
All work rally (aaraataod. A full Una of boot
Butora Work daily eitMtrd and Uaost rlcos.
Call Before Ton Bay
onrllarlnt dlsnsd of ear ontlr stoek of Vo
hielos ana tbo Msnafae'artn lioirliaont lo
M.Mrs. TOM LIN A UKNJH8, wo Waposk
I bo ds a eoalinuane ( U aalrasa toaa
aaunded U ua.
CARRIAGE AM) HaKDWAHK COMPANY.
No. BX4 ZLSaIzi St.,
IIsj Just received a Isnr stoek of the
latest stylei of
(ASSIMEUtS AM) AYoicsrcns
for Pants, whleb wowll' maJio to order at
uiucb less thun theu'ual i rices. Wo wl'i
make a n' d all wool an's for 9!i fall
snd oxauime iur trmxir. Aleo. n etimplrte
ineol tIKNTS' rUK.M-UINU WonliM
liltho ooiniug seait-'n at uur usul lost
X. 111. X TEIf , NO. 214 MAVS ST.
V-i- r tJ--m No Wp. ItluHlrHl'd tliilitloM leSOJ
' I ' V.uhI HtilmnlOtliM I llilurr
. Desks, Tablos, Clair,
ttnnk raona fflnniii
letter Presses, Cabinet
ladles' Fary Desks.
PtnMt Uoodo an ijmmi
i. m. stanli; y ,
fys--:- "' . '. V-.. -. -.
(13 nadUoa Mrott, ileaatbla, Toaav
A FULL (took of Wooden Bid Motallio
Ooms and CaskeU. lluriai Hobos, elo.,
always on band. OrdersoyTolorraphorTol
cithnne I'rntrtn ly mit4A t.
Trniif'hn m rVVvVWi A book ol loU paves,
r "W ' It oon'a Ins list ot
newrnaiiers and astlmates o th oost nf ad
vertisln. The advertiser who want' to spend
on dollar, finds In it the informs tion he re-
miirfta.whil flip Klin who will invest OUS
bin dred thnunand dollars In advorlisint,
ehsii e i n Heated whieh will meet his
7ory reqol.temeot, or ean b md to do so
oy Sltsnt caanxo easily arriveu ai mr evrre
spondence. Una hundred and fifty-thro
editions bay been Issued. Sent, postpaid,
to any a ldress tor ten on. Aeply to UH'i
P. KOWKMi A (".. NKWSPAPKH AD
VEKTIH1NU BUHKAt'.lOSpruoesU (Priat
Ine ilou.e Ho 'e . Vrt.U
CURTIS k CO.
817 and 819
vv : ..?-wxiB--1r-
OA Vff Of BOILERS
LOQQERS' & RAFTERS'APPtlANCES
SAW AND PLANIKQ IA)lX SUPPLIES
WRITB POa OATAJiOCIVn.
Electric Belt Free
fTH) intri-dune It and obtain Ssenll wowll
J. for the next sixty days (ivo away, Ire
of rharjre, in eaeh county lo Uie U. O. a lim
it nd number nf onr Wereise Klee'ra SSmI
vaale sntM-nr7 Hrlta. Prteo Vt: a
nnsttive and on'sillne euro ror ferveis IJe
pility, Var ooele, Kmiisio' , Impotonoy,
btn. V.(0 Howard paid If every Del we
issss aetar does nut ventral a genuine
elxeirio current. Address. M ono KLKO-
TIUC 11KLT AUKMIX, r, V. ilox 178,
llroolyn. N Y.
HltUHIN WMLTH.-Dl, R. C,
Wskt', Nenvs tsn Daws-lsis-mser,
a Kuaranteeil speoifie for Hysteria, IXssl
Dons, Convuliinn-r, Vita, Noryas Neural
ia, Headache, Kervc" Prostration, cwusod
By the use ol aleohol or .baeooi Wako
fulneis, Mental Depression, Sa'teninc of th
Brain, resulting in insanity and lea In to
misery, B decay and death: Promsture
Ate, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either
r Involuntary Looses and Spermator
rhea, oaui- i by ever-exeriion af the brain,
eolf-abose eroftlodulfeao. Keck box eo
tain on montls freatweat. tl a box, 01
is boxes for oft, nt ls aiail prepaid, 0
reoolpt of prieo. Wo naxvauo Six Boxes
to our any ease. With eaeh order received
by as for six boses, aeeompaaied witn
wo will aend th parebaear ear writUn
uarrintos lo refund tho aioney if Ih treat
ment doe -ot effect a our, tiaaantee
iasuod only b A ftKNKKUT k HQ., Dr
lsU. Meiwpbts. Ta.
PTJRfiCANT to a trust deed eiseutedi
me a. Irnsu. W J. B- Fllpeln aad M
A. Plippin.of da Afst In, IWH aad ra
eorded in tb Rexister's nfSee of Shelby
county. Tennessee, ia bosk M. MO, pe
darlns Irtal boars, sell, la front of' th
m,m door ef said eaantv. at aubh
oatcry, for ob,b proper y thereby con
veyed, vis.: Lot No. two Ut ia tl divisio
of ih pr prty aold to f. Lavirne la tbe
ea'e of tbe Tennaese sianas ana yir icc
surao' Company vs. Cka. Po ter ot al.
Cbineery I'l-urt of She by County, T- a nee
see, set i lot Irontint 2r1 let 7 Inahee ua we'
line nf f-he by nr. ot by a depth wr.twer ll)
of 14i feet. r. lerenee b- Ine bere enede ion
more partieular description to decree vest
i( title in I.avisno, reeordej ia sato
Kei Ister's ofiloe. bo-. .s. 19. te.
Kedeinntion. dower aad houioekad waived.
TifJo believed ood. ,
nil Instant relief. Pinal ear
1 X 1XJ ten days, and never ftarns.
No pa'ia. no salvo, no euppoitir. huDer
era will laarn fl Sim pie i remedy, free, by
addressing C.J-MAdO. 7ese lU, N.I.
s Milk l
Wnln Stre?e1. JlemphN, Tern.
MT STlllNil AND SUMMKK T n:K is now mmplet, ooxsist
inx of the Inte.t snd choovot ilo-is n in ell the Nuvnltiei iu
kiMluena ia loreisu markets. My selections are m-id. witn great
cre as to so'ts ami ouiilitv, in order to otter to the public tho Utsot
fikshiunalil sonde al rcasouaolo prices. 1 wi h lo make si-eciil men
tion ol my eelsci inn (if a Ivea as-rtment of the tr.osl oleirnnt de
stgi s in s.ul.sit I H4U,st:N, which sre now ready lor the
Inspection of my Irtotidit and tho public, at uiyuldsta- d,
for, heroin! mid JellcrMia Nt.
w w S s if W3W
JUliM KBID. . Utet.
378-m380-8-JW4-38tt Second Btreet, nonth ot Uajoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles.
NosMIsi, l.lha, IWiir ffs-tn v.l leaS
O.K. BCOUCKjafc Co,
No. :tS! Main Ntrcol, TlrmpliU.
Pianos and Organs
AT I.OWENT PIUCKNJFOU VAHM Oil Tinil.
SIioiW HTuiM mul l?ftnVj. N'rwPi!inoj fis Unfit
W. W. KUUUIJ1.KIKL1). 1.JU1B
25fi ftiid 258 Front
M. I. COOVER & GO.
Mb M ll Ftai II
Doom, Saab, IUIud, Mould Iukis all klmln of Door and
Window Fra iurs Brarlaeta, Scroll -H or IIoiikIi and
Drfwivecd Lumber, , ShlDgleik, Latins, Water Tanka.
All kinds ol Wood Work Executed at Mbort Aotlec.
Nofl. 157 in m Wnslilngfon St. Momplils. Tnn
WOODRUFF & OLIVER. AGENTS
HAVING withdrawn from tb WoodrurT Oll-er Tarr'axo and Ilardwur (Vrop.y. wj
bay. aeoeated th Axenoy of some of the H-al ssfarlarr III" Kultixl
l.w"nriV.r."i.lH .sor.ia.nt o. 0 RKl A.I KS.M llM -J. WAJIOJK,
IIAUNRHM and SALlULKHl also, a larie stock of the improved rhNNKviKs AUtINt).
All aoods are new. and built exprossly lor this marVot, and will be sold at very low prices.
OOltisi unU lrrollll, No. 209 Mala htrM-t. urt-aiiUHd, So. 20 roil HlrtteU
a wnitnmrr J. w. i ivfh. r. i- woo rum re.
Collar. Trnoe Cbaiust, Lap Links,
Blind Rrldlea, Ilamea, l ap IIIukh,
Backhand, Single Tree, Itepulr Lloka
nanieatrlngw, Doable Trcea. Cot ion Uope,
Carry Combs, Homo BrtiMb'a.
A Complete Line of tbe abore Ooodn at Ioweai Price.
SOI au4 03 Main SJreel, Mempbls Tenn.
M. 0. PBARCB.
McCe Fearce Sl Co.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts.
No. 27 fl FHGIfT BTREET, MEMPHIS. TEN2T.
Clsae WaaekeM Bt,-Jt;aal , laloa Hlr
UANAUKH. U. It- MILLBR.
St.. Mftmptik Tonn.
JOHN I.. MoCLELLAB.