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WI, RAW AI) II4IL.
TfRUlB'V DiSTBULTIVK STOHM
IT ii.iliTl.ETT, 11 XX.
Orriurils and (.'ardriin IJ.iUTy !)-:..
nir-d Severe R.iln Storms in
Kansas and Missouri.
ISPIOUL TO TH APPI4I..I
ISai.ti k it, TtvN., May 7. This
xu-r(ul little villiiun lias more reports
o( l.ws Mi l !'-t riu ti'iii this morning
than at nny tiino in its j.rvvioiw li s
tmv, fxii , tinK two former mi?inn,
ulieil it was viiiited l.y destructive
lires. VeMenliiy was a ttiii't, c oiiily
ami uiiiiMiiilly warm ilay. About :i
o'clock p li'. the ninth" rn nky w
cloii'ieil, nil occa iona distant rnnib
lilies of tliumler were In n tl in that
direction. Jty 4 o'clock a dense cloud
overhung the northern horizon, mid
a ileuthly stillness reiyned in the air.
This culm continued ulicmt half an
hour, during which time there was a
storm rupii); northwest of here. A
brisk bree.esjirunj! up from thosouth
eas. and continued a few minutes, fol
lowed by nnother calm. At 4:'M
o'clock the c'ouds. which lind become
darker, U-i;aii to move southward, ac
companied with wli.d, lightning and
thunder. The Htorm was now uixm
us. lluin nt tirst began to fall, mid then
hail-stones camo down. The s ones
were larger than most of rur in
ha itanuj lia-1 ever seen. Most of
them wee as larpe as a small hen (.
and continued to fall for aboti' twen-tv-five
minutes, after which 1 lie rain
flooded everything. Fences were
wiu-lied awuy on every f;trm, and
whole panels of plank fenet went oil
with a crash. N me of Mir stiiets
were inundated, und time had come
to leave on a boat. A crowd gathered
at the railroad bridge after ilitr, ex
pecting to seo it go, hut it stood the
storm and tlood ,-
Thin morning the friendly rays of
the sun fell upon, blighted nature.
Windows and Coimrrvu'orii'N were de
molished. The north side of the l'mrt
lett Training Institute buildings ap
peared a' if the had experienced a
siege. All of the wiudow.i on that
si.ie were broken out. Mr Stephen
Wil liford, one mile and a half north
of here, him lost at It-nut SI-00 worth
of peas, berries and fruit, to say
nothing of the fences and washing.
The following gentlemen, who ship
from 11100 to $101)0 worth ol fruit each,
have lost at lea-t three-fourths of the
crop: Messrs. Williamson, Pcesoli,
Hood, Shelby, Warner, (illicit and
Davis. Two miles northeast of here
aomo negro cabi us are reported to be
nn roofed and otherwise damaged.
Scarcely a house Las escaped losing
windows, and the damage to gardens
is great. The storm left, our forests
and orchards battered and stripped,
with tho ground covered with leaves
and fruit. Some trees are without
f dingo at all. All in all, it was a se
vere loss for our community to sus
tain. JOHN I'. MONO.
Car of lh llonvlfof Kaln Nlorinn
ir Hnowu In MlwNi.iirl.
&ri;iNtHiKi.i, Mo., May 7. One of
the heaviest rain-storms over known
in this eection took place yesterday
afternoon, doing a vast r. mount of
damage to property both iu town and
the surrounding country. The rain
was preceded by hail, w hich fell thick
and last for about fifteen minutes,
many ol the l ail-slones b'ing from
one-half of an inch to two inches in
diameter. The rain began to fall soon
after noon and continued to pour
down in torrents for nearly three
hours, ratieing all the erects and their
branches to become ninch swollen,
tearing nwny fences ard inundating
nottoni iiiuds, iiiuiiy damaging the
w heat and corn. .Ionian creek, w hich
rniiB rlirectlv through this city, rose
higher than for many years, overflow
iugthe low laiiifs and driving thirty
or torty families from their homes
Nome of the women and children
were carried out on horseback and cm
men's shoulders to the high ground to
escape drowning, the water in places
rising even into the second stories of
their dwellings. About half a mile ef
the tiulf railroad track within the
city limits was complet-lv submerged,
and the grade so ileum' i.slu-il that
trains cannot jias'. Three of the city's
wooden bridges were dashed away,
besides sections of si.lewaks, and the
basement of a number of business
houses were tilled with water. Some
of the smaller dwelling-houses were
washed from their foundations and
a large amount of lumber was kw pt
away. The tota1 damage in the city
caused by the Hood is estimated at
$75,000, and in the suiroun dug coun
try at J IO.IH'O
ll.at.y Knlu.xiurm m Fort Hmlt,
1'oiiT Scott, Kas, Mav 7. One of
the. most severe storms ol the season
past-cd over thiscity yesterday at noon,
i ho rain poured 'down in ' torren s.
About 1 o'clock Lamb's ice dam broke
and the immense body of water, unit
ing with i he already swollen Huck
Kun, ru lied down tlio Valley. The
house occupied bv Sarah Jirow n, a
widow, wat struck bv the torrent
ami swept about one hundred yards
dio'ii the stream, where it lodg d
aiuuim the trees Mrs. Drown and
four of her children were in It at the
time. The water rose rapidly around
it to tho depth of several feet. The
mother held her little six-months old
infant in her arms above the water,
leaving the older children to care for
themselves. She then noticed that
h r five-year-old buy was drowning,
and in attempting to save him the in
fant slipped from her arms and was
drowned before aid could reach it.
The remainder of the family were
rescued. The d mage in the city ami
vicinity resulting from the s orui will
amount to u-vi-ial thousands of dol
lars. They Ar TSot orrj-.
T! pre ill ono lt:ii.'g nobi dv ever in.
pie1' thft (, the d.iy '.l ey fin t adopt
ed I'.irkrr's Tonic a their r-pilar fin
ilr uifd.cit'.n. T rn!:gp U eo wide,
and us g f d effiKti tv.i Hire, that no'h
lut; i-is-u, ixept K itd uutsirg, are
i-wl1 d in a j.i.t in j .iiiy d C KS.
i- iv :.y i', ned n'viw-rl it v. ill r.tt
jfcu'ie f ny a:.m roin n?.
'Sip Otil.i l,i-illiiur
U.'l.l Mill' i. O , ..ay (.- I ne j;.:u!)
livn tncmheiK f t-e O d S.nj.t io
i'i! i:nd i:i i vfj n t!i i oo i, I'.ml a l-
ind f t -in: i it. u. i r.'.ing for
lit of ni 'ii'i', 'h'ie being lo
lfcratie n e;t.ii, r; p:vsnit. Tha
li. ts fr -he u-r -ft of uVselitets
'u e! i , il,e Jianda of the r'lr-
ut n i lie' C nk.
i : . M
or f Pu'lmsr,
d 1 1 r w ft the
i It -w
Ol.e if 11'
f p ii g r.
1 I .! C
a !-h. d f r
n.! s dit l
si n' on' in
r on Ciiii-
i:m r.p ael
mii...i v a
rt"v. A ref-
w m a o
tj.ci; ii rty e;jt
to t.:H", e Mm i- :.r
t e l lo. t l.'m in t i 'i r
j.rnu g lsia bo: t was lsu
up on th west shore of the !ak. The
ym"jMT(nnn nrr'o:iht'dIy lies be
neath the i era of the lake.
Mr. acd Mrf. A';an Kerr 1-f t Pull
man to cro38 the lfifce t-efjre the
storm. They were fpp'wd sino to
ba loft, but nii-htd tho bLo-e iu
iiai.i: ftvnii.K, rm: oititi r.
iioMtr or ioiisii.
lh Mini Krlo Irl mi 'I lllrril by thn
KepnlillcHii In I rmlm r Wurl.iuil
' hbiI Vllily Urliinil' Ait.
Xew Orleans M il.-- One morning in
.l.innaiy last the II. -a, the Hun mid
the Trihimr of New York belched
forth simultaneously a terrific broad
side BgHinst Attoruev-l ieneral oir
land, the oflicers of the I'an-Dleetric
Companv. tlie S-eret ry of the Inte
rior and President Cleveland himself.
Such unanimity among newspapers
hitherto mutually autagoivstie was
marvelous, and ihe immediate eflect
w iiich t'iey had ujion public opinion
proved all hut fatal to Mr. Garland,
t'oiigress was aroused. A resolution
of inquiry was adopted under a sus
pension of the rules, and very soon a
committee set to work investigating
tho l'an-1'lirtrie Company and Mr
(iarlamt's connection with it. The
inquiry is now well nigh ended; the
evidence was pub.ished from day to
nay, ami Air. iiariand is proved guilt
less; but alas! for the morality ofthat
tMiity of metroio itan journals, the
World, Sun and tribune!
It was established last week, before
the Congressional Investigating Com
mittee, that the promoters of these
furious aftacl s upon Mr. (iarland and
others, were none other t: an the liell
Telephono Company. The unclean
instrument they used was J. IMo
Syp( er, cx-earjietbag member of Con
gress from i.o iii;Bia during the hide
ous carnival of plunder and ollieial
corruption which prevailed here dur
ing the period of so-cjilled reconstruc
tion. It appears that J. Halo Sypher
'8 on terms of soiial intercourse with
lie I. tiiiiher procured one Hill, a
disreputable. hikI unemployed journal
ist, to write the attack on Garland,
which he gave to Hell, by whom it
was sent to Storrow, the leading coun
sel of the Hell Telephone Company,
who had it published as an editorial
in tho World, whi -h received $'i0U0 for
the job. J licker.on, associate couritel
of Storrow, attended at the same time
to the Iriliuiir and .Sun price not yi t
Klacwhc re we print a ilispati h sent
to the chairman of the Cmm'ssional
committee by v,r. Watson Van Jien
thuysen, in whic'i he quotes from an
ollieial repoit of a Congressional com
mittee two episodes in tho lite of J.
Hale Sypher, w hile he was a member
of Congress m N72. As a member of
Congress he is herein proved to have
us'.ul his ollieial position to deliberate
1 lob tho government and to levy
blackmail on individuals. This report
of the Congressional coi-mkuo alono
is sulhcieiit to establish tin infamous
character of the man .1. Hale Sypher;
if it were not, the merest inquiry hero
would bring forth a cloud of reputable
witnesses t,o prove theft, perjury,
ballot-box stuMing, subornation of
perjury and prostitution of ofllee as
the usual stock in trade of this friend
and ally of Hell and his telephone
This is the man the Hell Telephono
Company made use of. It was from
this tainted sonrre that tho New York
papers procured their editoriaki nt
second hand. .1. 1 lale Sypher is the
paragon of virtue who "would fain
smash a Dmoiratic administration
for a paltry stipend in the interest of
gigantic monopoly based upon a pat
ent obtained by fraud, perjury and
:iow nut: Hiuxt n ms nhikt.
I'm KfruUI you may tliinlt liini n dumly,
Anil iiiontiun it, to It in di'trr.,
Win. n I lei I you lh front wa oiuliroiiloroil
Anil Ilia neck tnii gieevo tnnunMl with
lint 1 ir.'ncil It with moh n ferlinc
An nuvcr iioniipite.l me tietoro,
Thoui:h IM Inuiulr oil hit rniirin, k full hun
tlreil, And mnli them fur him by the a?ori.
But tomlrrly hrndtnif o'er thin on,
X mi d, "llleia Ida lu-iirt," innl "Swcot
And Hiiiontliinii the Ine on the neck hand,
1 linr.-crnd a iiiintito to toy
ilti Urn trill na It liy on mr (tnuor,
And, thouuh you may think 1 wits no'.t,
I irci''d two iiuick kin'Ct itiun It,
Aud IhukImiikIj held it al.ilt.
I know wivo don't uiiuiilly do tliis,
W bun ironing nhirt I'.ir tiii'ir lorda:
They're mora net to iuditU'e in n tunlriuu
ft' atiite o'rr their iroainir htntrdu,
I! lit 1 1 k t . ami I'd (ell you Ilia oirct,
And you'll ayuiimlhira with mc, 1 know,
Aa ono woiiein will with nnother,
It rhe th nuito fenllier will ahow.
My little girl up to her aram'nv'a
Wita Aiavtnc, Ihe morniiur before.
And while alie waa riiiuiuaninff, chih'.like.
Midnl aome dnda iu mi otd bureau drawer,
Sh eai'turod aahirl whe'h her piifa,
Wh-n he waa a baby, had wrrn.
And bevired it to tin tii her dolly ;
And na it wai wrinkled aud torn
Heturned homo, ihe anid: ".Mamma, wa.'h
And ao. as T did her hehet,
And thought liow niy terrible giant
Within it wee aiie had been preMad.
Do you wonder I anid "blena hia heart, iu
My f inev i-ri-aentod to view
A miniature ihaae of ttie mnnMor,
Who now men.iiirea just aix feet two?
riririaiil ItoUil, III (ooli lloun-hpih0.
lilllctl bjr Mialnkc for it linrglttr.
Atiiunb, O., M.iy ". A. V. K.
Miii'ar, d'.ugn'st and cx-Coiiidy
Auditor, wa lint t and killed Wtdncs
dav c.itht by C. Carr, a young n-ati
employed by Mr. Mim ar. 'id r. Mil e tr
ha I r.'turm d houi l'it- nncxp 'cti'dlv,
and whi e trying t ) net into t i e tonsj
ws mNti.ke.1 liy C,,rr ftrsbmg'ar
and tired upon with arho'gun.
In th ltrnr ll lluyaj.
"AV differ in eroe i ard politic?, but
we i.re a unit a'l the lame on the tie
pir.thlene'fl i f a tl'in he:id if lmir. If
y hi tiioiun the losi of thin blessing
and ( riiiiment. a bottle or two of
1'rtrl.cr's Hair R.lpaiu will Linko you
look as you did in the dear ild davs.
It is wo-lh tryii g. The otdy btandn'rd
6i) cetits article tor the hair.
Kitlilli-r nnrdere4 by I ukttown l"r
llpa. Fohr Scii.y, Pak., May 7. Jihn
Murphy i f Company 1", V. evemh In
f.tt.tiv, rdis J. J. Itiui"gt"i'. wfs
r.inrih red l ist night by fox.e unkuewn
ptr0'i. IUj corrs wai ilipcovered
al'MUt midivg'.it. Ths nitirihr was
eoiumitteil iu the otlU'eia' qua.trs,
and, as is a' present nuiip. S(d,atnbi)i.t
11 ::U) p. in , a i t Inst hour the Pel. ti
ll In i n duty hi ard s u otirg i i the
direction in w hich his luiiy wn lonud.
Neoll'a Kinnlslon of 1'nr
Co l Liver O I, w ith Hypophoiphiti 8,
in l.ung Tri.uhl. s and Ctedera Iu
fiti'UK. Pr. W. K Kinioni, lla t
f ml, Ind., tay : 1 I tir.d Scot:'- Kiuul
son an -'tlitnt remedy in lung
tr.'iihl'S, ntid piriin'iy in t'trumoiiB
ct1'. hirer, and a iuos" vidiub'e remedy
io ctuonu: fj;.iP of Chidera lufau
Mrmnhla yiorl "- ha Ihe lei-grat
tork ul plants la lewa.
MEMPniS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MAY 8. 188G.
HIRRHG TO THE FRO.W
GREECE 1B0!.T 10 OrEX THE
WIK fflTII Hl Ktr.
Great Ei.thalam at AHiens-The
y.overunits id t!:e Turkl-U
AiiiK.ss, May 7. The governmei.t
has simt a gunboat to Coimtantiuople
to take away from the Turkih caintal
M Cordunutt, the Greek Minister.
Greek troops are to be hurried to the
lront with all possible speed.
OHKl.K POUTS BLOCKADED.
All the foreign Tdinisters have em
barked on vessels of their respective
nations to depart from Greece. The
powers have given orders to the fleets
to blockade tho Greek ports. The
soldiers ul the garrison hero received
with cheers the orders to march to
the frontier. Tewlix JJey, the Turk
ish Minister, when kc departed hence
to-day took with him all the members
of tho stall of tho lurkish legation,
and canned all his and their personal
ellects to be removed.
The secretary of tho other foreign
legations w ill remain in an unollicial
capacity for a time, at least. The
Kussiau Minister did not leavo w hen
tho other ministers departed, not hav
ing been instructed to do so. The
l'elepounissian army I1113 been or
dered to lhcssaly.
TnK MOVEMKNTS Or TUB TURKISH AltMY
threaten to uiaVo Thes6iily the scene
of tho first warlike operations The
indications now point to a Turkish ad
vance by way of Larissa. Tho Greek
reserves at Yolo and Valestine have
been pushed to tho front. Ti e regi
ment designated tho King's escort is
ready to start for the front. The gov
ernment has announced its intention
of defending Greek territory against
any und all advances by foreign sol
diers. STARTKII FOB TIIK K8UNTIEK.
Krcniwj. Two battalions of the
Athens gar icon have ulready started
for the frontier. The soldiers went
out w ith great enthusiasm. They will
embark at Jdiurinin in order to avoid
the blockaders stationed to cover the
other routes. The populace are en
thiiiiaxtio ovoi" the prospect of war
with Turkey. Sold ers are para ing
the streets Hinging patriotic songs."
They are every win-re cheered and at
present the most popular persons in
tho city. A largo number of soldiers
remain here. Tho foreign squadron
has returned to Hilda J'.ay. Tho
Greek licet has left Salamis, and it is te
lieved, has gone to l'oros. It is not
believed here that Kussia will take
any share with tho other powers in
tli ulterior work of coercion against
Lord Wotarl fintl III Irish.
London, Mav 7. The Pall Mall Ga-
ti tle to-day sent a reporter to the War
Office to ask Gen. Volselcy if he had
declared tluvt if homo rule were
granted to Ireland ho would resign
hm command for the purpose of lead
ing an arm v of l ister men 10 resist
the new Irish toverntnent, and that
1000 other British officers would fol
low his example, as stated by Mr.
Willliam Join ston, loyalist inohiLer
of Parliament for South Jtelfast, in a
speech at Dungannoii hmt night The
reporter was informed that Gen.
W olselcy was not in the office. The
newspaper man left word that thed'n
zitie would rene tho inquirv. Ashort
time afterward it was officially denied
that Gen Wolsel-y had ever made
any such statements 11s those attrib
uted to him by Mr. Johnston.
Aliullirr llrii! Krcurti On I.
Pauis, May 7. Henri Iiothefort,
editor of the ,' ' lntrantirgrnt and M.
I'ortalise fought a duel with pistols to
day. Four shots were tired by each
contestant, none of which did any
OpenlrK of lh Nnvluotlon Nonaon
nt afoul renl.
Montiikm., May 7. The season of
navigation opened here this year un
der very promising auspices and ship
t ing companies are promised a profit
for the tiit time in several years.
Mirl fin Ihe 1 rnln or Hon
In g'lod leas n, and don't lornot to take with
you Ho tntlor'a Stomach hitters, which will
revive und kenefit ytm when fatigued will
nullity tha hiiitlul effects el wjtor contami
nated with line Iroui the ice cooler, or ftair
nantund brncki-h; r.-licve indiretion pro
duccl bv nie ill of iini'ort.iin whulexotneiJoiNi,
haatify bolted at odd tiinoi in railway atw
tiotia. 1001 erotcct you fiom tha intlu noe of
vitiated or iiiiilarioua air iind tbori.ueh
draughts. To the travclinir t ublic, this ad
mirable aafcKiurd and f iceifin ia tendered in
a convenient and nirroeutdn ehape. An ord
inary flop'a medicine-choat contain no fuch
eouiitohtinaive and reliable remedy, a diet
well undor.Htood by niariiiera. Tho eoinmer
eial traveler, t.urift. omiKrant, miner and
we.iiern looiieer, nil aireclate the value of
the hitler. It curea dyfp-psiii, co.stivenena,
liver cotnidaint. uialunul dUurdcra. inac
tivity ol ihe kidneys, and ia a line nerve
A ComiiintilNtle irnnk Itounrnl,
Lcoansi'out, Im., May ".lewis
Y iik, a tii'xiuieof ii eaa tv, BOeinhim,
communism, ,11 h 1's'n and intidelily,
1 a' n ade hinnelf od'ous t ithelaflr
abidii'g c;t't!iis of It. s city reiviit y
by ir.ct niliary n'tr.inces and 1 t'emi tii
to stir up tiouM ) aiming the laboring
ihis-ep. Ho hfs made a biifineas of
Na'tering atnuc'iist. liteta'nio idiout
tho stret t , aed in ever mariner has
f'ttm;t-dio laik woiUncmen into
ii )t and bli.rdilied. A ominilteeof
it z in wnhet on him last night, ad
cava him five hnnrgto ;e; cut o! t w r
or ho bunged. He ieft on ttie tira
Illlrneil lo I) (Hill.
Florence, Wis., Mty 7. The dwell
ing of la Tuiy, a )otre?feu'er in
Flirer.ce count r, was totally ee-t oed
by lire Wtdi entity n'giit.'Ttie chil
dr -n and a Mrs. lleiuy were badly
burned, and a t arivyi ar-n'd girl wes
tn in ly eoiiFcinrd, oniv a f"w eVaed
ho:i' s In lngfiiun f. Tlietir iileall'tir
wris theresu t of a suvmii g f,irert tire.
-I, Ne.l.. lllii.in.l .1 llml..(,,lW
lo 'tii ; ' "I.',' evrtrinleil, now nvuli.
l ---. . vr-Wi r.'1-rwntti ovrire New.tlritil-
: .V Doks. Table., Chair.,
J itSf -i" ;? Su-'f Book Caaea, loungei,
,: , 'VJ Letter Prce,CabineU
H'lcain.: 1-. Iadiej' Fancy Deikt, 4o
Jl -Tt " 1S.JS l-'ini.t OoimIk MidlwHM
J" . i,i . .il rrnwlloiirmilee.1. (WaIok
iat mi in e " iiyw. i'wuai. 4o. No ptauk
Anions; the Northern Lakes
of Visconiii, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun-dre-ia
ot deliKiitiul e'noea where one can paa
tha auuiuer uiot.tti in nuiet rent and enjoy,
mem, a d re:urn home al the end of the
heateda term cotio li-lo'y rejuvenated. F.ach
recurring e:on br;uita to liconnmowoo,
Waukcha, Keaver Hum, Kronlcnae, Oao
b iji, Minnrtonka, White Hear, and lnnu-merabu-
oiher crnirnin lecalitioi with ro
lounlic num. a, tuouMinds of our beat people
whore wiioer hmea are en either aide ot tta
a n and Diviri'a line. Kieirance and com
tort, at a ruodurate enit, can be readily ob
tained. A iii-t el rummer hoiea. with all
rifr-aaary in'orma ion iona nitg thereto, ii
beinK ilmtrihiiteil by the Cmciuo. Vilwao
ik iso 5t 1'ai l tvaiLWav, and will baent
tree uion ai eiieaii d by Ici er lo A. V. II.
ariwnter. Umeral Pa.-sonar Agent, Mil
And Eierj- f iieclo oflloLlnj;
anil ISiirniiiK Dlnpaseai
CiiK il by l iiiieiira. .
J'CEM. orSalt Rheum, with iti as-onii-J
inar itching and burninir. inttatitly re
lieved bra warm baih with (,'ctki ka Soap,
and a aincle uppliratii-n ol C't rn t ka, the
iiriiil fkin tur. lh a reputed ouily, with
two or three do'e of CcrinuA ItrsnLVKiT,
the New lilood Pur ficr, to keep the blood
cool, the 1 erlirution iure and onirriuttiim,
the boweia open, ihe liver and kidney act
ive, will anee liiyrure Hci-nn.TeHrr, H i 11 s
worm, IV-.'u-i", Lichen, i'ruritut, ficuld
Head, Cnudrul). and every epeciea of Itch
inc, Scaly ami Pimply llumora ot thofti-alp
and Kkin, wr.cn 'he heat nb yj.eiaDl and ull
known retnedita fail.
Will MrioiiHlil, o-"12 Dcnrhon atreet,
Chicaaro, cratet'iliy acku'jivieihca a cure of
Kciema, or fall Kneuin, on head, neck, I .ce,
urma and lon tr feveineen yeara ; no! able
to walk eicuit on hum's and knee for one
year, nut able to help hiimelt for eiaht yenra;
tried hundredi of reinedi-a; docinra pro
nounced bia cafe hopele; iieruianeut y
cured by Ct To i.'KA Krsoi.vitNT t ood puri
fier) internally, and Ci ticcba and Ci ticiba
boif uh (rait akin curea) externally.
'hne. llonvhlon, Esq., lawyer, 28
S'ata atreet, Hilton, reporla a cwi of Ec--uia
under his objrvatioa for ten yeara,
which eover the patieot'a body and limhat
and to which all known methods of treat
ment had been applied without benefit,
which waa conn lately i-ured ao'ely by the
Cl'Ticura Fatuous, leaving a clean and
Wr. John Tlill, Wilkenharre, Pa.,
writes: "I bare aufiured from aalt Kheum
for over elaht yeara, at timea eo bad ihutl
could not attend to my buaineaa for week at
a time. Three boxen el Cl TH tha and tour
bottles of Kkhim.vknt have entirely cured
Ite of thia dreadful deeaae."
rhy. Icim.a Frfserioe Them I have
nothinc but the higheat praiao for the tenulla
obtaintd fiom your Corieuaa Ukuxdiks, ot
which 1 have to d more than of all other, of
the kind. MtlMKOh; UUNU, M.J ,
23(0 N. EmdSt., I'hiUdelphia, Pa.
gold b all drurglita. Price: Ccticcba, 50
e-nti: Kcsoi.vkt, i.; Soar, ii cents.
Prepared byllie I'uTna lliicx and ('iikhical
Co.. boaion. Mni. f?end for Pamphlet.
RF 1 1 1 1 FV the Complexion and tkin by
U 1.11 U (w (Jl'TICI It A eilAr.
HIIKI TI4 t C. Sl l llt .
Illi . M l.tlK , Sudden, Miarp,
and Nervous Puiria a' a'dntcly an-
niniiiinii ny tae ucticpha akt
1'ain ei.ASTKK, a perfn-t antirlote
it imin und intlauimation. New.
nriirinnl. infulliliif. A I dnit?irte. l!.re.
PIKE'S ltKAKI) ll.IXIIt 'r-"'
t ptbt It JT fc.'t..i tlinyia)
ad (M(aul v m,i m
.in i ii.iii w mmm
K,. W .Wt4 IW ali. dSji JO.
. And Gosnmission Gierchanfs,
awl S:ai3 Front Ht.. ZZnxiuhU. Tw .
FRANK F. W0CDS.
OAERIAGES. BUI81ES. WAOOMS.
Harness, Saddles, Afiricultural Implements and JIachinery.
UEOKUIA ( OaiUKEU COTTON AN lk COISX PLASiTKU.
31t3 Kecond Ntrc(, cuiplilx. Trim.
. T. POltTKIU
PflRTFR-A 111 fllfi
Sacccssom to Pi)liTa, 'i'AVLOH fe CO.,
.. a. UPWIaWI
if m 4
ki n . . ? a
Sotfoq FscSors and WlioissaiQ Grocers
lsi-S8 JfrvrA UU, Memphis, Tcsaa.
Sotioo Factors, Comiviissloia Slerchanls.
?L 1 1tf5 Kont.li THTafo TotiS.
A, VACOAEO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
BriuHey Car Worts Meunfact'i Co
Uriuklcy, ArkM fanufaotiirorH of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AKD UKALtltS IN
Doors, Sanh, Bliiii", )rri1 Flooriuir, (VUlntf, ITeatbcr-Boaurdln;
Cypress blnlefs Lathi, Etc
sr Our fu dlitles nntnrnwFcd hr any aawmill in the Sonth (or HI in order pmmtlT.
Hoorinn. Ceilinir. Si Jinar. Step l.unii-er and Ovpress Shinalea a apeoialir; alao, Framim
Lumber ..f all dimensions. We make the Wholesale Itusinaaa a aiecal feature. Orders
solirited and ITominly filled.
GEO. 11AY511IiLiEK, AGEKT,
No. 134 Jefferson Street Memphis, Tennessee.
Stiike the Iron Uhile It's Hot
In order to move orr firme itock are
make the following otter:
Hood Sraw Hara at Xie, 3T,c Wo and75
l-.l ra Fine btr.iw llata at... ..SI. I Zi. il 50. tl
r'niall Straw Kouneta, all colore w ode
tutra Wideilnm 11 iti. for country. ......ijc
Tteautiful Rosea, all colors, per di.ien Me
Violet, iierdoien fte
Htittercups, per dozen w llio
Carnation Piuka.perd icn .i.'o
l-.leitar.t ilancha- ol rlowera 2,e
Kxira Fine Bunch's of blowers ....A.5iJe
Iinp.rted Frencti Kloer from $1 to 35
Vnirlcb il) ta In buiieti) lor 35e
fruils, Lieaves. Mem, all kinds or ma
terial to make Artificial Flowers.
Jlrldal nitd Mourning OnlUt"
The Finest Aimrtment of DOLLS In the city.
Hals lleahapfd, t'elir Clraued,
m9jti tanii a until.
GOLDEN IIAIR WASH by the small or
We Make a Specialty of Milliuery,
Employinr the best hands in the city, give
our whole attention to it, and we dofy com-
fieonon in uiai una.
Newspaper ti:tx &
far- "JV" "l.anadv,tisertoo
A book of 100 pages.
tuer to oon
JiWrriS,r,IClalri"lt. be be eperi-
oontaict lists ol
rjew.-eanera and eattmaies o the cost of ad
Tertittng. Theadyertiaerwho wiinl" to spend
one dollar, finds in it the inlormation lie re
quires, while for biro who will invest one
hurdred thousand dollars io advertising, a
cheii.e isl ndicated which will meet his
e7ery requirement, or ean ba made to do so
by almnt cnann easily arrived at by corre
si'imilhooo. Una hundred and fifty-three
editions bare beon insued. tient, postpaid,
to any andresetnr ten ceiita. At'Ply to UKO,
P. KOWKLL OH., NKWhPAPKf AD
VEKTItil.NiJ BURKAU.lo.spruoeat. (Print
n Koupe Sqoura . New York.
OrBce Public Administrator, Shelby Connty
Courthcu'e, Memphis. Toon., April 16, ISHn.
'I 'HE undoraiitned hay na been appointed
I. and (lualihet adnoniftrator of tho entato
of Honry F. Arnold, deeifed, notice is
hereby given to all persona indebted to aaid
eatute to come forward and fettle; and to
those to whom said ettute ia indebted to fi e
their claims with me, duly probattd, within
the lime prescribed by Ihw, or the same will
ce forever nirreu. joiia j.uauuk,
W. C. STVOOPE.
S WO OPE,
U. W. MACItAE.
JOHN E. RAADLE & CO., TKOPE'S,
88 Second St. Zlcmphis, Term
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTUr.ERS AND DEALERS IN
s lisiiit-H, lioih rs NuwuiillM,
Kradford Corn imd M lioat Mili:,
Cotton Preaw, Cotton Win -,
NIM 11. WOl'irE-We are prepared to fill orders,
on ar.or notice, for tho cole rated MMlrl I'ateiii
Wrongln . I'n i ley. Ws carry In Itock over
Two Hundred Assorted M,
war Send for Ontaloirna and Prteo-tt.t.
nr. 0. or
CAN 32 CU.EDVITKCyT THE
Tt X"!ir.' Pri-f, tnlilish"rl at St Levis, anyel flsed T-tmVbb ta a rf Ifpnraiaria of H or If
ta '.he J.lUi'. j..-r.o : '-ilimy h:;vo lx-oniu ' I1 atArda.. wlucd but n;siild kll Uvlmmit.
VI' '.llli.s to u.- nl' oti;:? or D.fi'Lti::!'1 Inuai Auwwaa- m.mt!ui ainre rant the aw-nt baa sar-t!l-
Uf- of !., uni!.r n.r tlx- n-iii-f of .S-unO-1 I.-l-t ;d.B ; Ino, Lj ""i"""tv
r.'if. It is im.tiiyuii; lo i,n'! u.i.t mh U ui.n
r j:-otia r;;u;-,t;'JU',::: i.3 i-iuy be awrtt 1 l.y ihe
um of ToN.-;.i,isi;. i.--ir ii a'.n.oj a t;i-jji.ic
in '.he a'-'uto fjna of uai';ili."
TOP. BAI.X liY ALT. IUU'.OjoTS.
A. A. rZ'LI fW. S-.lo ir,nr:-t..
fti m WWW fl amfW n mn a p
fi. M. m BMMbMI mm
(HVVCT.SHOM TO MKACHAM A IIORTO-T)
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
J. h. f4T, w. h. uoitrot, j w. Rtu.rr.
Late of J. b. Da 4 Son. Lata of MeucLam J. iiorton. Lata of Jiailey Coriniitdr
lay, ttorton i iaiie?,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
300-302 Front St. f Memphis, Tenn.
C. E. WIIESMAN.
M'GEuEE & WITESlMi
STAPLE ID FflKCY GRQC
3GD FTAIW P-TL
bit WOODLAWS is located within fonr miles of Court Square, Memphis, and contilns MO
aorr-fi 2iiO acres in grass, all un Jer vod ionce; haa larire atuhles, good shade and runnlrrc
water all ttie year round, and will be devoted enti1 ely to pasturing? and selling stock ot every
variety. I aio now iirena-od to re.-eive anil soil on commission all kinds ot blooded ana
traded Stock, lli-rr-os, Catile, Sheen. Hons,
be mad to oorro'l'Ond mth them. lho" who desire to puienase, 1 will emleivor to obtaia
what thev reouire. The following Stallions will stand the season at Woodlawn :
JH AKK A WAY Dark brown stallion. Hi hands high, by Kmmirer, dam Kurica by Rurlo.
u..i...AH . VAB, ii... c.t... k.. l lu-ii if m:i ;M i.i...,i.qi . .1 . v -
followinad.iy won the ()amo:in Cup, mile heats, ia 1 :ii and l-i-Yt- is horse of line scyle
and sure foal getter. Fie, 2l.
llia.r.-lly Triton (own brother to Trinket-2:14), dam Misa Butler, dam of Maud
Butler; breeder a cert ficate, 2:2X, aa 3 year old. Hol'on is rich blood bay, 3 years old.
15. 3 hidh, level aaitod, aDd p-omi?os rrat speed. Fee, IIS.
KUBt.Hr lll'i' llnice is a d:irk bay trotting and pacing anllion, winner of First
Priie at Kerrvillo, hands huh, aired by liny iiica, he ty liOiinut'-n. Fee, 110.
Hl.4 li I'KlaC-Kouistered A. I. 0. C. Jersey Bull. Fee, 2 60.
KOH SALE tine yrung.ier?oy Hull. Pencocka. fiO per nair; Ureyhound Pupa, 110 eachl
Newfoundland Pups. Sill each ; Black Breasted Red Uau.e Knirs, 12 per doaen.
Iir 0. I. KM I I'll. Veterinary Murtr.on. can ba oonsulted at W ooalawn. Citv Aants. J A3.
J AH SMITU A CO., 2H Front. . ddre.s a 1
THE UVERORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE )EF'T,l(Otol74 Adams St., Memphis
I ron aud
einw-uiiiN, 4jr m r.
- f-rryj- ' 7. ;-.rT
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
tSiKoeisors In this Ippartment to JOIN MAN0QUE.)
snr-Wr'ta na for ir.fnrmtion nnANY 'IHIMi in either line.
DILLARD & COFFIN,
COTTON FACTORS. .
xTXflll JIMII!, Jl Villi
Iffr C'jinIi Adrinifom in lWerohmnt) and llnn(r.
STTvjT" -a -fat !3
Bolt Axsnti following First-Claai Iastromentsi
T ft WI!!1.kba:s'ich OAutrr, o. d. pease a c.
Wfi A TKTW MASON WAWUN. t lt'lUH WiEBES, CHI
aatr A NEW 7-0CIAVE
Write) tar Cftlaloonpa. TV a. 2
i fC'S EST TAra-sr
E8LLT. EOFBE & EIIMiY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Xo. 33 IWaln Street. Chyoho lilorL
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos, Sclilitz Brewing Gompaov,
mimhtttc nn t vrrr i oiriisni notim orka.s
S. ROESCHR. Agent, SIemt)hiB, Tenu.
SaUoa ( lXSa, 390,000 Brr'l.....li
aulma it. ia4.
W. A.. GAGE & GO.
No. SOO Pront Street, : Ileiuphis, Tenn,
USS OF 07IUM OR
Haw aren T.qijralice a fr.ir trial In NanraNrta.
To up dj; p-:' .mt
Cloo lot tLat own
." J. 1. KiIX, . .o, UJ.
" I etinj; Vr Tonriline the best prrr.-'jn l-w
t.'eari 1 iiai-e -.-- r tnri "
U V. Ui;viL, M.D., PiaerJIa, Ito.
rr.ICE CSV. DOLLAR PES BOTTLE.
n-J 7(1 vaH'..1UTON AVKSIIK. f.T. J.OVVL
MEMPHIS.. H ENIT.
Poultry, eto. lhosa having strck for sale I shall
'ctt ra .
ih bikt.zm rrait street, wemr'riis, Tenn.
Ar.'D MACHINE COSSPAKY
" (t . i nnl
ai a vviai.
DEPT. 22G and 228 Second St.
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