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, MEMPHIS APPE1A
AIEMPIilS, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1SSG.
VOL. XLVI NO. 103.
THE IllVEtl ON A ST.UD.
HOPES TIIAT TUE WOPST IS
OTEC AT I1ELEXA.
-Two Break la tbe Levee t Aikan-
- tar. City Largo Extent of Tcr
lltnaiAI, TO TBI iPPIAL. I
Helena, Ark., April 80. Tho situ
ation oi the inundated district on the
Arkansas gide remains unchanged,
with the exemption of the water con
tinuing to, back up and aubmergo
the country still deeper. The steamer
Belle- Pippin made a trip to-day to
the Uobuxda plant ition, and brought
in a load of stock and citizens. From
those who came out it was learned
that below the break great damage
has been done by the powerful cur
rent that is sweeping through, the
o nrtry, qi jto a number of gin and
dwelling nouses being wanliod away.
The negroes who came up on the
Prpjt'n report that the negroes
on the plantations have . already
begun to sutler somewhat for the
necessaries of life. They say that
some of the managers of the planta
tions stopped issuing rations when
the levees broke, and that those they
had on hand havo become exhausted.
The managers of tho plantations were
visited, and indignantly deny tho re
ports, saying that the hands had been
;jiven their regular quantity of rations
Mint that the dnrkies started the re
port thinking that the government
juight respond, a they did in 188',
and feed them. This a question, how
ever, that will be promptly attended
lo, and if thoy
AT.H KEAU.T nl'PFEBINO
aid will be extended to them by the
citizens. County Judge R.W. Nicholls
and Col. N. Btraub c: al tered the tug
Mva and barges to-day and have gone to
the inundated distr ct for the purpo e
of rescuing all thoseuUcringand bring
ing out stock and jwople iVtr, Dully,
one of the engineers on the levee sys
tem of Ai iaeianippi, who has been
stationed at tho JHovall break, passed
up the river to-day on the steamer
Dean Adams and report the condition
of the levees above there to be in an ex
tremely critical condition. ThcHcleoa
and Glendale Ferry Company discon
tinued some two or thr. e days ago the
running of their bo t, and do all their
business with skiffs. The skiffnien
report that to-day Phillips bayou, just
bark of Olendale, is filling very rap
idly from the break at Austin, and
that Moon lake had been filled nearly
to tho top of ita banks, and tho water
IURIKO VKUY RAPIDLY.
This puts a new fea'uro on the Aus
tin break, it being supposed that the
Bearer bayou outlet would prevent
the water from getting over the coun
try directly cast and southeast of
Helena, which contains some large
and valuable plantations. It was re
ported that the bridge of the Louis
ville, New Orleans and Texas Railway
at Beaver bayou had been washed
away. The weather since last Sunday
has been very favorable to the levees,
no rain to soften them having sinre
that time fallen. The river to-day
has been stationary, consequently our
citiaens begin to feel more sanguine
and hops that it will speedily decline,
-enabling all the country- inundated
from as far down as Greenvi le to
jilatit full crops.
Breaks at Arkaaaaa Cltjr.
ImOTAb TO TIT! AFMAL.I
Arkavsas Citt, Ark., April '0.
The levee broke here this morning in
THB KB PORT CONPIRUKU.
VicKSBtiRO, Miss., April 30,-A
special frcm Mound Landing states
that the levees broke above and below
Arkansas City liit night. The river
is rising at the rato of three inches in
twenty-four hours. The levees south
of Greenville, on tho Mississippi side,
an- reported to be in good condition.
Work an tho Rlrinphis Railroad
:iiiuifiicih( Lacjil Politic.
IBPXCUI. TO THB APPEAL. 1
Birmingham, Ala , April 30 Four
squads have bf-en put to work on the
Mrmphit a:.i Birmingham railrcnd,
and thn force rf workmen will be in
ereaaed aa rapidly sis coatrajts can te
Lirnl pvi:fci v.m warm to day. A
vigiiruiiB lijlit will be made to-morrow
at the met ting f'-r the upppr bund by
friends of cHTiilida'.(i for Governor
Dawson, Clayton and Stay. The
thr;) stand about an equal chaace
, Cisuia priors of June options at
Chicago yestcrduy: Wheat, 80 5-1 6 j;
corn, 37c: oatu, 29Jc ; pork, 9.10c;
clear rib fides, 5.20c . ' i ;
A dividend of fi'pr cent. In Oara
prees stock is looked for within the
next thiity dayp. The stock now
rales at 110 bid, 112 asked.
Visitors on 'Change yesterday:
MUs Annye Htill, Benatohia, M'si;
Mrs. Cora L. Wood, MiM Joaie Ban
der, city; Mr. and Mrs J. H. Webb,
Bowling Greon, Ky.; B. F. Lopea,
United States r.avv ; George W. Leon
ard, Botton, Mas?.; W.W.Walker,
Th Manchester Guardian, in its
commercial article, says: Th cloth
market here is a moderate luqolry
for several kinds of Indian staples,
bnt little basinets can be done, as
offers are mostly under latecufent
rates, and decidedly bo in regard to
shirtings. Producers are not disposed
to make concessions in view of the
firmness of the cotton market, which
has the effort cf lessening business
generally. Yarns are dull; tbe de
mand for export is especially alow.
Harder aael Suicide.
Mattoob, III., April 30 William
Gallamore yes crday afternoon in
dicted fatal wounds on Mary Banders,
and then cut Lie throat. . Both still
live, but there is no hope that either
will recover. Gallamore is a half
witted yanng man, who bai been an
noying Miss. &inri"r3 with lover-like
protestations, which, being repulsed,
led (o the cntHr.e.
Have used Tongaline in c?8oa of
neuralgic headache with sueee s in
almost every instance, although some
of these were of long standing and of
most troublesome character.
O. D. KOUT0N, M.D., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Doable tlantluc at Wakblaictoa.
WAnniNGTON, D. C, April 30.
Louis J. SomurfiuM (white) and Rich
ard J. Lee (colored) wore hanged at
the city jail at ll o clock this morn
ing. Somcrfleld died without a Strug
gle. Lee kicked several times. Both
bore up wonderfully well. Tho drop
was five feet. Somerrield murdered
his wife, Christian SomerfielJ, and bis
son-in-law, Uotlieb. The double mur
der was committed at Eisenbraun's
saloon on Maryland avenue near
Twelfth street, K. E., on November
20, 1885. Ie was hanged for the
cold-blooded murder of his wife The
crime' was committed on the 23d of
WILD WITH ENTHUSIASM.
ABBIVAI. OF EX-PBlAIDKnT Ji:r.
l'KHSOX DAVIS) AT ATLANTA.
Ka Mark Keeeptioa Ever . Before
Glvea Amy Maa by tha Paaple
Atlanta, Ga., April TO. The tw
ppncial caia that lolt for Mon'ronerv
yesterday to bring Jefferson Davis to
Atlanta arrived this afternoon. An
immense crowd greeted him at tbe
depot. Thewhclacitv is beautifully
decorated. At every station nlong
the route fiom Mc irgomery Mr. Davis
was met by tremendous delega
tion, who sboutcd and cheered
fiooa tho moment the train
came in sight act! it was
ont of bearing. At each station
peechee were made by different mem
bits of the Hill Statue Committee
and ex-Confederate Committee. At
esveral places Mr. Davis spoke, thongh
he was very weak. At LaGrange, Ga.,
the committee rndesvored to prevent
him from epeakin?, but he raid that
he must speak a few words there, as it
OLD BOMC CP BIN HILL.
The Mayor of Montgomery accom
panied tbe party, and upon their ar
rival they were met by the Hill Siatne
Rception Cimmittee and Gov. Mc
Daniel, and tbe whole party, an.id up
roariona cheerirg, were crlvt-n to tbe
reeideme of JL-. 8. B. Hill, whose
gutst Mr. Davis will be. Thecbildien
of the city, numbering not lees than
S000, were In line all the way
from tbe depot to Mr, Hill's residence,
a dUtance of ovrr a mil", and scat
tered flowers lefoie the ex-President's
carriage. Two ihourand x Confed
erate veterans followed the carriage to
Mr. Hill's residence. Mr. Davis was
sccompanied by his daughter and
Gen.Gordcnand bis wife and daugh
ter. THB CITT IS WILD WITH IlfTHOSIASt.
No other maa ever received inch a
reception from Georgia people.
Crowds of visitors are already h re,
and byte-morrow ihs crowd will be
the largest tbe tity bai ever seen. The
fn csedings to-morrjw ill be int .se
y interesting. Ths military will go
out after Mr. Divis, accompanied by
tbe Hill Monument Commit ee, end
will meet the ex Cmf jJerat veterans
in frcnt of the Capitol and all will
then go ont to the unveiling of tbe
Hill statue. Ton proceedings will be
gin aboat ten o'clock in the morning
and will be over by 2 p.m. The mer
chants will close their doors during
eHF.r.rEN KtPLY TO TBE Fl.TI
.nlTtJJI OF THK rOWEIS.
Ai Autograph letter From tkePape
le tmptror Wlliiaoi Evie.
tloaa In Ireland.
. IjONnof, April 20. A dispatch from
Athens, Greece, says: The Foreign
Ministers here, on receiving the reply
of Greece to the ultimatum of the
powers referred it to their respective
governments, from whom they will
await instructions before answering it.
Greece' Reply lo 111 Powr-r.
Athens, Grkkce, April '0 Greece,
in her reply to the ultimitum of tho
powers ordering her to disarm within
eight days, p ints to the fact that she
notified the powers prior to the re
ceipt of their ultimatum that she
had accepted tho counsel of France,
thus giving formal assurance that she,
yielding to the desire of the powers,
would not disturb the peace. Conse
quently, she will not maintain her
armaments, but will gradually reduce
them Greece trusts, tho answeradds,
that the ultimatum of tho powers will
bo now regarded 03 having no further
Tbe Porte's Uratltmlo.
Constantinople, April 0 The
I'orto has thanked the powers for
their eflorta to cause Groeco to dis
arm. "Prompt and unconditional
disarming alone," says the note of
thanks, "cou'd induce the Porto to
dispense with a demand for comjen
sation for the enormous sacrifices
Turkey has bean compelled to make
in the maintenance of a war footing
to meet the threatened attack of
Aatoarapk Lcltr From the Pope
to J".nipror Hilnaia
Rome, April SO. The Pppe has sent
an autograph letter to Emperor Will
iam thanking him in a very cordial
manner for bis recent gift of a gold
cross in token of Germany's gratitude
lor the Vatican a mediation in tbe
Caroline Islands dispute between
Germany and Spain.
Eviction! la Irelnad.
' Dublin, April SO. Statistics show
that during the lost three months 6!8
families, comprising $477 persons,
were evicted from holdings in Ireland.
During the same period 266 outrage
were committed. - -
Tbe Winnlna C'omblaMloa.
The winning clubs yesterday were
Memphi, Nashville, Atlanta and
Augusta and tho holders of the lucky
ticket are jubilant. It is not generally
known, however, that Memphis owes
its victory yesterday to a lucky in
spiration of a prominent citizen.
When Memphis got so badly beaten
Monday a gentleman on Main street
sent a package to- Manager Bneed,
urging h'm to make every merabr of
bisnineuse it. The result was magical,
and Memphis won easily Th con
tents of the package were Ko Ko Tula.
"Fact, I assure you."
Fever aad Ague.
C. Vreeland, Hackensack, N. J.,
February 25, lt8i, writes that be has
been troubled with fever and ague for
ovrr two years. Quinine would not
dire liim, though taken in very largo
doses. Ty taking five Rrandre b's
Pills a night for two weeks he was
restored to perfect h'.-alth.
THE CMD1TI05 OF TRADE
LESS EXCOURHilMJ TIF.VT
Xotleeablo Oppression in All Circles
Increase ia tbe Number vf Ca
Naw YoaK, April 30 Special tele
grams to IlradMrttt't do not report as
nouragin; a view of general tra.'e
as in the preceding week. At Chicago
and Kansas City there is relatively the
most active demand, but at a number
of cities, at which an improvement in
the movement of general merchandise
was noted a week ago, there is none
now. Purchases at Chicago are still
characterized as for immediate wants
only. There are at least 5i0!X) em
ployee on a strike against 43O0O lost
week, in addition to those seeking to
enforce the adoption of the eight-hour
rule. BradAtteX' finds that at least
3ii,0r0 men at industrial centers are
actively moving to secure fewer hours
of labor daily. Of this number 0U09
are on strike, 32,000 have bad demands
granted and 10(X'0 threaten to strike.
There are "'.OCO who have not yet ac
compauied thuir requests with threats
of strikes. The more aggravated con
dition of tho labor situation is
primarily responsible for the
in general trade and industrial circles
throughout the country. This wee in
terior merchants are baying restrict
edly, and manufacturers are basing
the contracts on the non-inter'erence
of the employes.
The New York stock market was in
active during the first poit of the
week. ut has been depressed and
feverish in the last three days. Prices
are generally lower, which is also the
case with speculative bonds. Invest
ment bonds are steady and govern
ments quiet. Foreign exchange con
tinues high, and gold is still going
out. Money on call is moderately
easy at from li(a -'J per cent., and
commercial paper is scarce, though tho
supply of loauablo funds is not re
markable. Iron marktts are dull ; tho
demand is sma ler, otying to labor
troubles. Steel rails are firm, and
water and gas pipe makers are doing
well, but these Are the exceptions
among the metal industries. Petro
leum is lower on new we'l productioo.
Wool is dull and 1 to Sc lower as com
pared with a month ago.
TUB RAPID ADVANCB.
in the price for refined sugars last
week checked the demand, and the
advance has luea partly lost. Kino
tca'iors In tbc rate of txchane have
made cofTje prices irregolar. Tea ia
depressed by heavy strike stocks.
Whea', is quiet and lower on favorable
ciop renons and deorensed demand
from abroad, tipring wheat sowing i
esrier than rsual and the area is re
ported in excess of 1885. Lonisville
reports high g'oio leaf tibac
co firm and advancing, medium
slightly batter, and lug-i lower than for
twenty years, owing to low quality
and liberal eupplioe. Cotton planting
is filtfea days late, and the acreage ia
smaller in the Atlantic States and Ala
bama, and larger in Loait-ima and
Texar. There will mohably be a net
decrei as as enrapaced with 1885 over
the cotton belt
Fallatra far Ike Week,
Naw York, April 80, The batire?s
failures occmring throughout tbe
country during thn laif seven days, as
reported by R. G. Dun Si Co., numbe-,
tor ine unnea mates, J an, ana tot
Canada 18, cr a total of "07, aa com
pared with a trtal cf 191 last week,
and 182 the week previous to the last.
The Wectsrn and Pac fto States this
week furnish about one-half of the
entire number of business casualties
An Old Story. Look at a human bo
ing when under tho influence of that
terrible torture, rheuimitism Trivial
symptoms were neglected until tho
disease became established, whereas
all the long suUcring could havo been
prevented by the prompt use of Sal
vation Oil, costing only 25 cents a bot
tle at all drug stores.
IndlHit Mnnlcrora Nenlenred.
l'onr Smith, Auk., April 30. Four
more Indian Territory murderers re
ceived their death so' fence in the
United States Court to-day and unless
the President' interferes they will bo
hanged on Friday, tho 23d day of next
July. They aro'iilue Duck, a Chero
kee convict, murderer of a white
man named Wyriek, June, 1884 ; Kit
Ross, a whito man, who killed Davis,
also white, last December; Calvin
James, negro, who killed Tony Love,
negro, in the Chickasaw Notion, July
last; Lincoln Sprolla, whito man, who
killed Clark and his father, also whito,
in the Chickasaw Nation lust May.
Ibej Are Hat Horrj,
There is one thing nobody ever re
gret that if", the day H ey tint adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
ily medicine. Its range ia so wide,
and ita good effects so sure, that noth
ing else, except good nursing, are
needed in a great mtjority of esses.
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any piaise rom ne.
bbootluc Aft ray at Willlamalewa.
Cincinnati, 0., April 30. A special
i . win:. ,,.,
1 1 V ill ri uiiauiDtunu, J , rnj a vnw-i
day Wm. W. Wains-ott, Turner Hol-
nrook ana Ulny wuson met in tne
County Clerk's office, wheie Wains
cott came to giv replevin bond fr
his horse, which Wilson, as constable,
hod taken for a debt of Holbrook's.
Hot words were passod, when Wains
cott fired on Holbrook. Wilson and
Holbrook roturned the fire and
Wainscott was killed. Holbrook is
seriously and Wilson slightly wound
ed. What Locality la Kseaapt
From mlariT In ity and iubarb, vil
la' aad hamlet, In tha min'na diitriota of
th Waal, tha bo Mora laada ol tha rioutb, ia
regiong taatiing- with the fr it of husband
ry, in track Im waitct inhabited br half
naked taari, itexiiu. Bat trarelert, io
journen.old sulera, all who ara liable to it.
can oprool irom tne ajriMDi ma oiraaiea 10
whioh it civef birth, or pro?!) t 'hem, witi
lloatctter btomarh Bittcra. Cbilli and le
ver, biliom reuiitunt, dnmb ague and am
cake, are each and all ovaroeu e br this po
tent and serchinr ineoifio. It is n t leas
e0ja3ou for liver oomolaint. dyspepaia
and eoatiTeneaa, ailmenti aot nnf eqo-ntly
oomi'liralod with malarial at'a-kt. Rheu
matism, kidney and hltdder troubles, a d a
wantot vital strenath, ar also remediab!
hy it! per.isient me. Appetite and slerp,
alwnys rerioualy imialred by the tbe ner
vous d stnrban?e and bilionsors onneonent
up jr fetor and aiua, ar invariably restored
by the Bitters.
Mllllea Dollar rtre at Baa Fraa
atneo. 8a.n Fka.vcijco, April 30. Shortly
before 4 o'clock this afterrom fire
broe out in the basement of L. and
S. Emanuel's furniture establUment
on Market Ptreet between Third and
Fourth, ani spread rapiulv to Ban
croft A Co, eiatioaer and pnb
liahere, in tbe same buil.liig. Inside
t an hour the building, which ia
five stories high, was cnttej and the
entire ccn enls consuiufd. Tne fire
r-pread to the adjoining smaller build
ings, a nnmbcrof which, with their
contents, 'were nho deftroyed. The
total 1 of sea are placed at $7C0,C(X).
Tho iMt Dajr ar tke Rrfrms Caart
Wkat It Has Arrnmpltakatf.
ItraoiAL to tbi irptu.l
Na8iivii.l. TaKN, April 30 The
Court of Itefr raea to-day ceased its la
boia, expiring by limitation. The
original act creating the Court oi Ref
erees provided for a reparate court frr
each graud division for the period of
two yesra. At the end of this ptriod,
by legislative enactment, the middle
aec'hn was prolonged one tear. Thia
period has just expired. Tne J mitres
who have presided are John A. Tin
con, W. C. Caldweilaad VV. L. Kikio.
They had found about IT(K) cas on
the docket and about SoO bave been
filed aine. They leave about 200
ea.'e on the docket. They have tried
neaily 2G00 eases. The difference be
teen this and the whale number of
cases represent those which were com
promised and settled outside cf the
court. Tha a t required that a de
tailed report be filed in each cause,
which necessarily greatly inmated
their labors, else tha disposition would
have been more tapid. About 60 per
cent of the causes tried have been
unexcepted to, and, comparatively
sneaking, a small percentage of ttose
which went to the higher court have
an important nucisios.
The Kiferers yesterday tiled their
repoit in the case of Tuuuaj S. Marr
vs. the WeUwn Union Telegraph
Company, involving the liability of
the delt njint tor the erroneous trans
mittal of a nhrht message delivered to
tha proper official here, and directed
UpUintifl'a agent in New Ycrlt, di
recting the purchase of 1000 s'mr-g of
rhilrcad stock. Through tlie negligence
of the comnany the mnesave aa
delivered in New York called for 100
shares instead of 1000 shares. Tbe
gent torght 100 abates at 6'.' cents on
ths dollar, and could have bought the
remaindtr cf the ordt r at that price
bad the message be?n correctly trans
mitted. Tbe remainder was subse
quently bought at a much higher
rate, owing to the intermediate ad
vance in tbe market price. The mes
sage was written on one of the forms
ni the cninpanv, stipa'ating on ita face
1 r a release irom all nihility for loss
or damage arising from rny
cause, including tbe negligence of
the company beyond ten times the
piiceof trai-amittal, which wasintnia
case 30 cents. Marr sued the com
pany in the Circuit Court, and Judge
KhhI. bef re whom tt e case was tried
without a jury, while conceding the
negligence of tbe company, hold tho
tipulation in question to he a binding
contract in the nature of liquidated
damages, and accordingly limited
the plaintiff to a recovery
of f 3. Tbe Referees reversed
Julge Eeid, and assimalated tbe
employment if a telegraph company
to that cf a cammnn cat rier, and de
cided that the company could not con
tract against its own negligence on
grounda of public policy, and fixed
the measure of t'-teir liability upon tbe
basis of 'he actual darragea sustaiced
by Marr, and cot upon the basis of
d images ttipulated for in the illegal
contract. The question wee new
one in Tennessee, and was Aiguedat
length and with ability by counsel, r.
C. 'ayy representing the plaintiff
and J. W. Bonner the company.
Two Arkansas Hardarera Hanged.
LiTTLB Kock. Ark., April 0. J. M.
Armstrong, wiio in February, 1885,
killed Dr. Ferguson in Perry county,
was hanged in Perryvillo to any.
George Carroll, who in February,
1885, killed his wife and threw her
body into a well on his. farm in Whito
county in order to niarry Viney Tid
well, his half brother's widow, with
whom ho was criminally intimate, was
hanged to-day at Searcy. IJoth were
whito men and farmers of respectable
standing, and in each ease all efforts
were exhausted to savo their necks by
appeals to the Supremo Court and pe
titions to tho Governor to commute
to imprisonment for life.
WILL be paid f r tho recovery, within
one wrok, ot I he body of one Isaac Pink
ston, who was drowned by fulling Iron a
harire at the loot ol Vnion street, Friday
April :k'th. J. F. N0K1US, 132 Boale t. .
Miurnia, Anril 28, 18HX.
THR oo-psrtnershlp heretofore existing
nndar the name of B. Bayliss A Co is
thia day dissolved bv mutant consent.
K I.. TOPf.
MRS. 11. L. BAYLIS8.
B. B. Bcita.
M. L. Bivi.isa.
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If I u , 7.10 m. T. f Y rk, at
all our Western t.3jca ttlaraattuaetf,
UWlIULASS-Kriday afternoon, April .10,
lvt.., at 2:3(1 o'riork, in tha fil y-aevenih
yearof her age. Ki.izoiicth Ktnuoiru, wile
of Judge A. ll. llouglaaa. Macon (Oa.) pa
pers pleas copy.
Friends of the family are invited to attend
her funeral from the Second Presbyterian
church, corner of Main and Beale streets,
this (SATURDAY) afternoon at J:M o'clock.
CAPTAIN THE HONORABLE
3d Battalion Black Watch
SanoND Son or ths Kxai or Kixnodll.
Di'PPi.m Cian.a, 1
Pgan, boot ui a.
TO TBK LIKBIO COMPANIfi
"I was In a condition of great detlllty,
einsequeot upon a broken-down stomach,
dyspepsia and maliiria, complicated with
kidney Irritation, when my DMikcal atten
dant directed me to take your incomparable
Coca Beef Tonic. Its effoot was simply mar
volous. Th power of digtstion was quickly
reitored, th kidney Irritation vaniihed and
rapid restoration to health followed.
"Other preparations of Coca had bean
tried without the tlighest offset."
ritOF. CHS LUIIWKl Y0N8EEUER,
Profeaaor of Medicine at th Royal Univer
sity : Knight of the Royal Austrian Order ot
the Iron Crown : Knight Commander of tho
Royal tipanith Order ol Isabella! Knight ot
the Royal Prussian Order of th Red haslet
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor, etc,, etc.,
"UtBlUCO HCOr BUFF TOW 10
should not be confounded with the horde of
trashy cure-alls. It is in no sense ol tbe
word a patent -eiaedy. I am thoroughly
conversant with its mode of preparation and
know it to be not only a legitimate pharma
ceutical product, hut also worthy of the high
commendations it has received la all rartt
of th world. It contains easenc ol Beof,
Coca, (jiiinlne. Iron and Citlieaya, which,
are dissolved in par genuine bpanish Im
perial Crown Sherry."
Invaluable to all who ar Run Down, Ner
vous, Dv'peptic, Bilious, Malarious, or af
flicted with weak kidneys.
Hewers at Itult ailoasj.
Her Majesty's Favorite Cosmetic
ll'ed by ller Royal Highness th Prlnoeas
of Wales and the nobility. For the Skin,
Completion, Kruptions, Chapping, Rough
ness. al.OU. Ol druggists.
I.IFIIIU f'O.'N Urunlaa Nyrnp r
Inranpnrllla is guaranteed as tin best
Sjrsaparilla in the uiarbot.
N. Y. lsepat. .to 'U'HRAV BTKBBT.
For MAY begins volume. It con
tains: STRIKING ILI.VATRATBD ABTI
tLsvM. The I'loar-XIIM of Mlnneapnllg, by
E. V, Kmalley, ten pictures; A Call
forulau'd (Jilt to Hcleuce, Lick 0
aervatory, eleven 11 nit rations; Atner
leaa Country Dwellinf", by Mra. van
Ueniflelaer, aixteen illustration!;
IireedloB of Paacy Pljeoni, elev( n
roflthumojfl Notes on the critical pe
riod between "Tbe Penintnla" and
"Antietauo," accomnanled by two
other war ar'icler, McClellan at the
Head (if the Grand Army," a rr va'e'a
recollvciiona; and "Tho Hal tie of
South Meuntuln," a atirrinR narrative
by lien. I) 11. Hill, all profusely illui
Irttd by t attle eennea, poitrnite, etc.
8liort stories ly Rrandfr Matthews
and (Jan. A. llibburd ; chapters ol Mr.
Howell's novel, The Ministers
Charge; snd a delightful illnntia'cil
story of a search for Do a Qiixjte'iJ
BOTABI K EKNtTN.
"Evolitlou nnd the Faith," a
thoughtful and firttlhle paper fr m
Hev. T. T. MunRer, D.D.; and "Haw
thorne'a riill'Hiiphy " by Jnlixn Haw
thorne, a valuable literary study, with
f'ompriie "Zwelhak; or. Notes of a
l'rofeslonal Exile ;'' ulituriul com
ments on I he Labor Question, etc.;
opea letters from Geotge, W. Ciible,
and others; p;ems bv Bitlnny Lanier,
K. L. HtevenBon and others; ii'ic-a-Brac,
etc. Hold everywhere. Price
:W cents. Th Cbntcsv Co.
No. 4f34, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
County H. P. Uobson, administrator, etc,
vs. M 0. Frame etal.t K. b. 36o,-tV m.
Morrow vs. P. P. Frame t al.
BV virtu of concurrent interlocutory de
crees for sale, entered in the above
eauaeaon the 2ftth day o' April, IHf", M. B. .12,
pages 41S and Sift, I will sell, at public auc
tion, to th highest bidder, in front ol th
Clerk and Master's oflioe, Court-iloui ef
fjhelby county, Memphis, Xenn., on
Natarday, Jlav aa, lN,
within legal houri, th following described
property, situated In bhelby coanty, Tennes
A certain parcel ol land known at lots 4
and5, and part of lot 3 of country lot i'M.
Beginning at th corner of Jerry Crowley'
lot, Immediately eat of tbe Memphis and
Charleston railroad Wrldge on Marshall ave
nue! tbenc In a ontbeastwardly direction
along tha south line ol Marshall avenue,
about Wl feet, to the James Bidell loll
thence south with Sldell's west line to old
Union street; theno wostwardly to tbe
Memphis and Charleston railroad; throe
northwardly along the line ot said railroad
to Jerry Crowley'slot; then with Crowley's
eeat line to th beginning, this tract of
land has been subdivided In lot, plats cf
which can b seen at the Chancery Court,
and th ahov property will be gold aoeord
ing to sold subdivision.
A certain lot known at part of lot 471, and
described as the east lit leet of lot bhi of t
L. 47a. fronting 124 by Its feet on th north
side of Jefferson street.
A certa in other lot. being part ef C. L. 49(1,
fronting 40 feet on the south side of Jeffer
son street, with a depth of 14A loot, bounded
oa the west by tbe bayou.
Terms of Sal On a credit of sig and
twelve months: interest bearing notes with
security required i lieu retained to secure
tame, and equity of redemption. Thia
April 30, 18
S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk end Mailer.
Ft II. F. Walih. Deputy C. and M.
Malooe A- Watson, Taylor A Carroll, F.
n. A C. W. Ueitkel), Hols.
FIiiphI Rammer Rnaort In Amorlra
.TgiiiiK-iwitau aae-at-tg, kiiuu
riffers socmaodntions urequal -J by any hn
tel n the west. Kates, H per (lay : t i per
month. Ciroulars and fu I pirtw uts-a ant
S romp ly on apolicaiinn to EOtiaJia MtUL,
lan.ger, Be. fact, M:as.
New Memphis Jockey Olob
KoT ONE WKKK-COMHENCIeNG MONDAY. MAY 3, 1886. fl2,00C
ia added money. Ifive raee each day, inoludin Steeplocbasea aad IlurJIe.
Over 300 horses to partioipate 10 to 20 sUrter.tin eaohfraot
Races commooce etch day at 2 o'clock sharp.
HALF RATES on all Railroads. Arrangement on the Grounds for
accommodation, of 10,000 pooplo. ,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
JaKeeODWIXaPres't. J. X. WOOIlliAR, vIce-Frea't. C,H. RiIE,Caahier
T, B. TrRLSV,
W. H. jlRlll'lt,
J M. (JOOUDAK,
iU , 1 1 11,
. N. WII.KERSON.
R, T. COOPKR,
arA IsaaxMillarr af tha Nlat af Tsaaiwee. Traaaaeita a Ueaarel Baaklu
Meaiaaas awel -ma Nra-lfl Assonttwei set I nlli i in na esa
E. SLAGER, : : : TAILOR.
TY 6PRIN0 AND 8UMMKR STOCK It now complete, consist-L-a.
Ing of tbe latest and choicest deaigns in all the Novelties in
troduced in foreign markets. My selections ar mede with great
"are as to costs and qualit y. in order to offer to the public the latest
fuhiopabl guodi at reaso nable prices. I wish to make tpeolal men
tion of my selactlon of a large assortment of the aiost elegant de
riius In gCMUM!! TRtsUNKMN, which are now ready lor lb
inspection oi my rritnus and
, Oar. darand antl
TRY THEM ! TRY
Try Zcllner'8 English Walkingfast Shoes
IHLLNKR'S t eate' sheet, in all gtylet, ar th best la th otty
IHXLNKH'8 $i ! Sheet, in all shapes and styles, are th neb
bleit and best in th U nited Sutet.
e 'n , - -a.
Witfia C MM -
CORSET SHOES For WEAK ANKLES-Sola A
sMTtfend year orders or com and etam'ne
HliOria AMU blilt'rKlia.-Va
SBSlXaXjN'in'ri. e OO BOO 3VC.Xr7 BTnnnT '
asrlllnatrated Catalngoaa Hon. r"ree on A indication. -
Dry Goods Jotions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISIMG GOODS,
Nob. 326 and 328 Main St., Mempliia, Tonn.
WB ARB II DAILY RK0EI?T 07 UKJIRULB NPRI1VW AMD RVafKBal
UitoilH, which we oiler to th Trad unon the mott favoraut terms. Our price
wUI compare favorably with those of any market in the United States. Vf ar Agent for
Teanehste JUuufuctarlnir Co.'a PluliU, DrllN, Nheotlnir, Nhlrtlaf, Etc.
XjXltVTIVIOTAj e QAIiB. '
6. K HOUCK & O o.
No. litiU JInlsi litre it, Mcmphl.
Piano s and Organs
AT LOWEST ritlt'U FOIt t lSII OK TIMd
.SliPAf. Mmlc, mu TJools. Now Pianos for Kent
And Commission Merchants,
Won, 34 and 3G JTIadlHon (Street Hempliis.
aa VV' J?
BFinMEY Car Worls 3 Mannfacrff Co
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
ARB DEAI4EH8 IM
Doom, Sash, BUnaF, Oressetl Flmirlns-, Celllnr, Wewihep.Btvrlla
CjprcHst Shlni;leH, l.athst, Etc. .
erOarfaollltiet are nnsurpaased by any sawmill In th South for fllilag order promptlr.
flooring, Ceiling, Hiding, blep Lumber and Ovpreas Uhingla a tpeoialtvi also, Jframln
Lumber of all dimeasioas. We mak the Wholesale Bu.ipese a special faatare. Order -
solicited and promptly "lied.
OEO. Il,lYJflIL.l-EIt, AOEKT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tennessee,
DK. U. L. LAiSKI,
riryslflfl, Surfon aud Accootlior,
'AK3IDENCB AND OFFICE.
3J3 lain Street, A'eitr I uloo,
J. R. OODW n.
I IV D at
W. P. UUNAv'ANT
R. 1. BLACK.
H. K. UtIKKIN.
BHVAN. A.W. MBW80M.
th public, at my old ttaLd,
T1IEM! TRY TIIEMl
T.RLLN Kit's llaya Nbna ar th best that ar Bad.
KLLNKK'8 hllrtren' Nsmmhs will save yoa money.
ZKLLMKH'S Laellra'ahaaaaasl Mllppora are th hand
tomost, ahailist and most stylish, and ar eheatxrthao aay
otnera ot iuai gran
vpn'a a-t s. u 1.1 hmiirm shaaa
tSO. slef with silk worsted button holes, ar the greatest bar
sasesssstaa" galnt yoa hav r seen.
their grand asaortmcnt of SlUB B00I3,
101 & 1M.1
JOHN E. EASDLE k CO PR0PK
98 Second St. Memphis, Tenml
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DKALIR8 15
ng-lnr, Boiler, Navrmllla,
Bradfrd Corn ad Wheat IXlilei,
Cotton Fretew, Cotton Aln
fSlisniiiK, Pnlleya, ;io.
HPBCIAt. NOTirit We ar prepared to (II rdreu
on an,., notice, for the oelei rated saeasVer Patoett
WmntlM Pulley. W oarry la stock ever
Two Hundred Aeeorted oiirs.
mw Wend for Oatelogne and Price-list.
riANOS and ORGANS
Dlrrxt rrm rartory ta Purchaa
ere, navlUK 33 er rent.lWttta t
Monte rickeas & Co., Meraithl