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MEMpnis: daily: appeal rum ay; may 21, issg.
TEE CHICAGO JLUMIiTS
"THE 44 BETE5GI " CffirCLlR
WHICH CI CITED THE S10T.
8mtalB lUtt Ltals Llars-Pr.
al DuU a liotker Ftllc
Chicago, III., Msy 20. Ths Muter
oi attraction arotod in Crimioal
Coort baildiDR thl morning wai
onmDfr x prm'e s wno wsrs em
ployed on lb Arbeiter Zetfung previous
to the bomb thiowing. loey were
called to testify i ti who wrote and
at npthe MRsvtne" circular which
incited the riot.
It ia hiffblr probable that Officer
McNtilty, one of the policemen ahnt ia
the hay market riot, will die. This
morning the hospital authorities re
ported that he was delirious tnd that
theprospve's ot saving bis lire ware
few. McNulty was shot in the leg.
the young ma a win is snppowd to
have msoafactnred the dynamite
bomb a ted in the hay market rio', ia
till under the closest cost dr. Capt.
chaank, who arrested bim, said to
day that Linus bad contewed to bim
that ha wai a bora Anarchist, and be
came to this country trom zmicq
Switzerland, with the intention of
-spreading Anarchistic doctrines. Be
came here list Abros, sod imme
diately aisociated himself with the
leaders ef the Anarchistic party.
'Lings is a well edor-at-d yung
-man," aaid 8ihaintk. "He ii only
twenty-two years of age, but bailee n
. ing beyond bis years. I b tve a large
number of letters writ en to him by
people not only in tliis country, but in
Europe. They are evid ntly the work
of mn of ability. Frjm their tenor I
am satisfied that L'npg was one of Ihs
most troated agt-n s of the Ana-chisis
in this country. One pscullar feature
about Lings is his intense devotion to
the cause of Aoarchitm. He baa told
me that be is nady to die frthe
canaein fact, be says he would be
only tro glsd to be lacriflcsd frr tbe
sake of tbe principle) he advocate."
of the New York City Health Depart
ment, was wcent'y in Chicago. A
dispatch received th'a miming ci edits
bim with isyirg that while here he
examined the Implements of destina
tion used by th Anarchists in the re
cent rioti, and f nnd them to be cot
bombs, but Atlas powder ciitridgee,
such as are ued in blasting. Mr.
Lewis.- of tbs A:ua Powder Com
pany of this city, was a'ked if be bad
seen any of the implements of de
struction. "No," was the reply : "and
neither has Dr. Ed on. I did ate some
of tbe bombs found in ths potssstion
ot the Bictaiis'B and which were sup-
pot a to De tne same as tbe ons that
explodes. 1'Lew bombs were made
of lead, or a similar metal, and were
nome-maae goods -mat is, 1 never
saw sny in commerce.
"Dr. Ed'oo," said Lieut. She.
"came in here one day and asked the
chief if he might see ths Socialistic
stuff. I showed him some of tbe
nags and two sticks of giant powder.
lie never ssw sny oi tbe bomb, a
they hsd been sent out to the M na
Powder Company's magaaioe for saf
PASS'IHS'S WHBBBA BOUTS
The DaVyt'tv is in race'.pt of in-
formation which it deems joitlve re
specting tue wneieabont i M the lust'
tive Anarchist Parsons. Tbe Sheriff
at Tallahas-ep, Fla., telegraphed last
Tuesday that Parsons and a comptn
ion had gone through Ta labai se-, and
was bound for Cedar Keys or Tampa,
and was supposed to be heading: for
Cuba, as steamers ltave boih the pcr;s
mentioned for Havana. A return tel
egram was sect for a description of
Parsons, and ths sn-wer telteraphed
back tallied precisely with tr at of
Pasins. Tbs Anarcb'st was Tocos--
sized at a station called Ba'dwyo. but
was not apprehended. If Parr-ons
sailed on Wednesday from Cedar Keys
it is thought tie ran he apprehended,
now keeping a dote guard on both
puces. . .
IMaalaa BUM Baraks at . LaaJa.
St. Lours, Ms , May KX-Tbe me-
coins msn in e-gnfen planing nulls ia
this city strnck t vday for an advance
ia wages and tbe ad ptnn ef the eght
boor system. . Abont 5"0 men are at-
lec'ed dirsrtlv and 300 or 400 mora in.
directly. Tbe propr etors are firm in
their Inter. tiooa to gract neither of
theie demands, and aay they will shut
dowa indefinitely unless the msn re
turn to wore.
SEttfl.CE!) TO SHG SISG
ALDER1A5 JiEBXE GETS SUE
TEAKS ASt TEX H0.1THS.
Jadge BarrtU's Address la Paaalsg
Seateaee Testswrary Stay of
Will Baa Aeeept a ajaanxtraaalaa,
WAsanroTOH, May 20. Aconferetcs
of Teprefentaiivts of tbe Employets
ana workmen's Association wsa held
last night, but no agreement was
reached, both sides having expiessed
a determination not to accept any
eompromiee., Meetings ot several of
the trades unions were also held, at
which it was resolved not to recede
from the position already taken Bad to
bold out until tbe eight hour demand
Tke Cm1 iaer "aveatloa at .
St. Lour?, Mo., May 20 The coal
miners who have arrived in this city
from various parts of the country f jr
the purpose of attending a National
Convention and fo mine a National
Assembly of the Knights of Lsbor
have made complete arrangements for
their meeting. The convention will
hst three days, beginning to-day, the
sessions being strictly secret. The
first day wilt be devo ed to initiation,
when it is expected largs numbers of
miners from tbs eastern districts of
Illinois and the . Indian Territory will
apply for membership, end if these
additions shall swell tbe present
number of members to large eacugh
proportions the que ion of forcing
their employers to screde to their de
mands and redress their grievances
will be cor side ed and acted upon.
Tbe decision of the convention is
awaited witu iattrcat.
Laber la arks
Littlb Bock. Abk , May 20. Ths
people of Coal Hill, in this State, are
greatly sxcited over a discovery thst
the convict ccntisct system is now in
force in one of tbe coal mines near
that village. The Ooita Coal Com
pany of this city own a mine abont
three miles from 01 Hill, which ia
operated exclusively by convicts, to
the exclusion ef miners who have
been thrown out of emp'oyment by
them. Complaints have been made
to the Governor of this violation of
the law, and appeals have been sent
begg;ng bim to take means to have
the cjnvicts removed and the work
given to licenced miners, aod it Is
feared thst anlees come decisive acticn
shall be taken by him vary roan, the
nainets will organiss and attempt to
drive them awry by force, when blood
shed and probably great loss of lifs
would surely follow.
s HMlaar la tha Peaasvlva-
aia Caal BeBtaata.
PrrrsBtTBO, Pi., Msy 20 A regis
tered letter wss sent from Coal Valley
on last Friday to Mis. Lucy Parsons,
Chicago, the wife of the noted Anarch
ist. It wai thought befors that he was
ia hldint with friends tn the Monon
gahela Valley. Fallowing the clew
given by the letter, a detective has
been for several dys looking fjr him
ia Coal Valley. His snorts have been
naa vailing, except that be is now con
vinced that Parsons is net far from
there. The detective has been work
ing npthe cms and ha a'most posi
tive proof that Parsons is either in tbe
valley or at Mcnongahela City, and ia
aaelatlaaa Aetata Pratoetlaa
agalaal Adaliarat Wlaoe.
WaSHIKGTON. Mav 20. Incraaaino
interest was manifested ts-davin the
national vmcultural Uonvantion
liunns tns aitarnoon addrearei wera
mads on the varieties of vines which
have been crown with success in Vir
ginia, a iid in m taenia for suppressing
in-Buwuo". loe following resolu
tions were adopted :
Wbbbkas. The develoDment of srana
culture in the Unred Stales rais s
ssi ious qnsstions c neerning tbe future
oi tms important industry, in which
is invested tl 16 000X00. as amonnt of
of value worthy of the g ve nment's
care; snd, wberess. tbe effect of adal
terated aod rpnrioos wines with tbs
pure products of tbe viaerard tends
sreatlv to the ioiurv of tha mvalitv
aod halth of the consuming public,
and the competition proves ruinous to
viticultnra and if permittel will result
ia utter demoralization ; tuereiora,
Keolid. Tbat tha association memrt.
ilalizs Congress to secure a section of
viticulture under the direction of ths
Department of Agriculture, snd if
tabiished it shall ja grant-d an appro
priation as will enbleitto c induct
11 the experiments so oecefssrvinths
improvement ci vioeyard products by
pruning and culture; tbe uss of such
remedial measures a are thought to
pruniee adventure or benefit, snd to
nord all means fjr the develoDment
Efolvtd. Tbat tbe bill Introduced hv
the Hon. Whartm J. Green of Nortn
Ca olcna, definii g pure wine and pr
vidiog meacs f r its protection, re
csive the unanimous aporoval of this
Doay, ana u enacted will protect tbi
growing indus'ry from tbe evils wtich
threaten its deuructioo, aod check
the work of men who. for private
gain, are engaged in defrauding tbs
puouc and in bringing ducredit
upon American wioes.
A committee was appointed to
memorialize Congress on the subject
oi me cres un, ot a tectton or v-ticul-tore
in ths proposed new Depattment
The President received the members
ot the convent on in a body to day.
The main hill of tbe Msaouio Temple
was filled last night with invited
guests, whoe xamined vai ious varieties
of wines made in states Eist of tbe
Sreal Baeeeas aad Kaaeatlal ta
Ba'esville Panoliani Tbe levees
are a grand succets, snd of the d rest
necessity cn tbe Missicsippi Valley ;
out tney snoutd te located with a dus
regard to proper dietaoces from each
other. Would it not be joucb better
tb err in giving a little more distance
than nectssary than to perform a
piece of tomfoolery by attempting to
teres a volume of water through a
channel not equal to its compete. As
to old uowoea and fila out et theory,
it is all humbug. Djn't every one
hone farmer in the country know
mat n you maKe outlets iromscreek
and diveit a part ot tne itaterct gtvrn
points, that the ohatnel below ths
outlets at once commences to fill
aod coot' act, lut-t in proportion to the
amount of water diverted. It deadens
tha current be:ow the out Its, and a
deostit in the ma n channel ia tha re
sult, conseauetitlv after a few blirh
waters vou bavs no certain or reliable
channel. The government should
bate go:d practical ergineerp, whose
duty it would be to lorati the levees a
sufficient distance back from the
banks upon each side to permit the
passage ot the overflows, and the cut
ting of some cf tbe worst bends and
straightening the river as far as practi
cable, beginning at the lower end. It
may be true tbat some of tbs fel ows
on the front would be left out, and
would isiss a howl, but that
is one cond tton in all af
fairs of life somebody is bound
to get left. Tbe fellow that runs for
office and gets left bowls ; in fact there
is always to be a howl, no matter what
is going on, and to do tbe best thins
lor me general pudiio good is the
standpoint to act from.
JSow tbat we havs fully settled this
mat er and told bow this thirg should
te done, we a m't want any commit
tees to come fooling around wanting
k rusii ns off t J Washington with old
Cowden and Miles, for ws are not
Bavs Ilia Father la la Good Health
aad Ea joylaar Himself.
Nbw Yosk, My 20. A New Haven
special to tbe Tribune says: Walker
blame, who has lust returned from a
visit to Maine, stopped over here a
shot t time to-day. In speaking of bis
father he ra'd: "His health wa never
better. He ia takioe it easy now and
enjoying himself. He is looking rag
ged and heariy, and evidently has lit
tle care on nis mind."
To the inquiry if his father was get
ting in trim for 1888 be replied: "Not
exaciy. A Presidential contest with
which my father bas nothing to do
wou'd be s novelty, wouldn't it T Sat
I don't suppose be thinks of being a
candidate. He ia greatly interested in
the success of bis party."
Heavy Balas la Harlh Carellaa.
Ralbiob, N. C, May 20. Phenom
enally heavy rains have fallen in the
western part ot tne Htate since Mon
day. A part of the great bridge oyer
the Yadkin river, on the North Caro
lina railroad, near Salisbury, has been
washed away, fevers! wasnouta on
the Atlanta and Charleston Air Line
are reported, and some damage done
to the Atlantic, Tennessee and Ohio
railroad. News has just been received
of a railway accident caused by the
derailment of a train near Alexan
der's, on the Western North Carolina
Beast's Baaalalaa r Pare
Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophoephitee,
Consumption and Wast.ng Us
es. Dr. C W. Barrineer. Pitts
burg, Pa-, ssys: "I think your Bmul-
sion of Cod Liver Oil is a very fine
preparation, and fills a long-felt want.
It ia very nsefol in consumption and
Nbw Yobk, Msy 20. The Court
Oyer and Terminer was filled this
morning with spectators anxious
near Judge itrrett pronounce sen
teoce npwn Alderman Henry W,
Jaehne. who ws convicted of bii
bery in connection with the Broadway
.:i i t i i
nuiruau uanruise. jaeune was in at
tendance guarded by a deputy sheriff.
an tare was Pale and hia eyes had
A 'tor ths Judro had taken las seat
fie District Attorney moved for sen
tence to be passed on the prisoner,
Gen Pryor. of Jaehne's counsel.
made a motion for an arrtwt of judg
ment upon tne following grounds
First, that the indictment was insuf
ficient in substance : second, thst the
count in the inui. tment upon which
the verdict was returned is insufficient
to sustain the verdict, and third, tbat
Decatise in law there can be no ludg
ment upon the indictment and ver
Counsel moved for a new trial upon
two s ounds: First, misdirection of
the jury in matters of law, and becauss
tne verdict wss contrary to law and
against the evidi nee.
ihe motions were both denied bv
Judge Bartett, and the counsel then
took an exception to the denial of
and in reply to the usual questions of
the c crk. gave his age as thirty-six
years and ills residence is 43 Vandam
street. He said also that he had
learned the jewt lry trade.
lie was ased what he had to say
why judgment should not be pro
nounced ag Inst him according to law.
He made no reply, but kept l is eves
It 1 . - - 1 M If , . '
iixeu upuu me run in iroiu oi in n.
then sentenced the pri'oner to nine
years and ten months in the Mae
prison He said the prisoner had been
convicted after a fair trial ; iltat he had
had every advantage that a defendant
could have, and able counsel. . He had
the eervices of two of the most emi
nent members of the bar, one a vet
eran of the criminal bar, noted for his
power and force, and another gentle
man of equal ability, whoe Services
were ever ready at the command of
tho poor; unfortunate and oppressed.
The case was a snd one. It was a ho
rn liating spectacle that a man who
was elected to 'public otlice in this
city should have so heinously hetrav.
ed his triint as the prisoner had. It
was humiliating to the people of the
city, state and county that such a
spectacleshould be presented in a free
government as a persoo betraying his
trust as tne prisoner Had. it was sad
to see a man with the prisoner's ad
vantages in the position in which be
now is. "I could not be unmoved at
tbe spectac e of your weeping wife and
bro ten-hear ed mother, but the
taddest thin of all about your
case is the doubt which pervaded
many good and honest minus of your
conviction. There was not a doubt :
as. to your luilt. It wax universally
conceded when tho evidence was in
that the case against you was clear,
convincing and overwhelming. Thore
was no doubt of your guilt, but there
was a doubt concerning tho cha-ces
ot convicting you I lie tlrst doubt
seems to have arisen f om a lack of
faith in the efficiency of the iurv sys
tem, the seal of our public prosecutor
and the etliciency of our ponce. These
doubts will be dispel ed by your con
v ction. It teaches an important les
son, rne majority oi our people in
public life have not ibeir price. Let
me again say at this point that vour
oflVnse was not technical bribery, but
a stup- nduns Dtirocry lor the further
ance of a stupendous transaction
Have the people of t' is ritv ceased to
remember the fate of Tweed, of Genet,
of Crowley, of Fish and of Ward?
The people are not all honeycombed
with corruption According to the
testimony in your cise the two only
honest men in the boird were sneered
at by you as dudes Our worthy
sheriff Grant refused the proffered
bribe, and it is entirely Immaterial,
as was suggested, whether they ex
pected tbe reward - Grant to run for
Mayor and O'Conner for Governor."
In conclusion Judge Barrett said : "It
only remains for me to now pass sen
tence In your esse the maximum
penalty of the law will not be imposed.
Under a recent statute where the
maximum penalty is abridged the
prisoner has th s advantage, that in
aildi ion to his commutation for good
behavior, he can leave the State
prison between the montbs of March
and May. Appeals have been made
to me to be mer iful in your cae. I
am not unmindful of tho sufferings of
Vviur tamuy. no undue seventy will
be exercised toward you. I have
therefore instructed the Sheriff not to
remove you immediately to the State
pri on. You will be conveyed to the
city prison, where you will have an
opportunity to consult with your coun
sel in re.ard to tbe pending appeal in
your case "
STAY Or PROCEEDINGS GBAKTB1).
T n ti-iiii. VaBfiumfiA sin ..4T.1i..iiI
made by himself and Jaehne. contain
ing the legal points raised during the
trial and the exceptions taken, secured
from Judge Daniels a temporary stay
of proceedings and an order to show
cause why the stay should not be
made permanent pending appeal. Ar
gument will be heard this afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Conies of the order were
served on 8 seriff Grant. District At
torney Martine and Warden Finn.
At tne tombs Jaehne is In the cus
tody of the warden, who assigned him
ti cell No. 11, on the third tier. Ac
cording to the remission made for good
couduct be will actually have to serve
six years, four months and eleven days.
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r wilsos's cojcpound or i
PURE COD LIVER
ATT ATtTTk Ttim
B. Folsom. grand'atherof Miss Frankie
folsom, died yesterday at olsom
Dale, Ene conntv. He bad been an
invalid for several years.
Ta CaaaaaaailTwa. flaay kan ka
kappy to thlr twtlmsny ia favor of the
aaa or "wiiaora rare io4-Lirer Otl aad
Line." Bxnrienee baa aroTad It ta k. a
ralnable remedy for Oonaaaptioa, Ai'hma,
Diphtheria, end all diaaea of tho Throat
ar Minsa. uanaiantarad only by A. B
f luaiia, vaiain.
antarad only by A. B.
Uoeton. Sold by ail
a Ueli.ble Reniwlf lor Liv.r rooifil.inu aad ill. nana.
vf adanured or lorptd oundiiioaot tli. Lir.r, a. ln
pnMla, Cuuilipatlon. HihuumiaM, JhuimIii HeadariH
U.larta, Hh.uoi.tivm. elc. It rcnUtM th. how. I a. nur
Im th. hlxJf .trenrtli-nl th. txrlrm, .Mtp-tn tllventiol
.a a invALuiHija raaiii.i juauiuiNa.
rhoueenda of teetlmonlola prove ItemorH
am x uauuui.T wua. teij. tuu itw mki-utatiow -
ItBOWiU'N IKON nrri'DMN HAN
been ureil in the family of Mra. Laura
J. Johnioa, t Main .treet. Memphli.Tenn ,
for bilinaa lover and ohilla with moat atl
faetory reiulta. It la their itandard family
DR. C. OcLAIJE'S
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Hake P. 0. Mosey Orders MTable
aad address Kej islered Letters to
W OBLItlS BATIOBAa, BAJK.
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AT Til ACTIVE SALS
Suburban Residence Lots I
V ILL AO I OF at AQH0LIA.
IB0N ft KAILAV SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 238 Second St
. iRunnaianra la tkla lenartmant to JOHN MANOatll.t
BorWrlto aa for information oa AN I THINU in either line.
Theae eholee renldenra Iota af amnio dl
meniloaalie IN TliK Vthl 0KNTKR of a
AJIDSSW 8TEW1BT, Haw Orleana. JLVDBEW D, O WTKNZ, Mam
locality already famoaa for In tne eoeietr
wits the eltr by two ratlroede
whioh afford foar dally treJaa oaoh way. and
and In kean'tful and
theae lou front oa wide
eonneeUd with tha eltr
ayennee, and era
ay two ratlroada
EL'fflJF & m
by a good travel road over whiok the eilr
is be reaobed ay drive la thirty mlauui.
from aav Dart cf iheee nroaada tha era
ten In any dlrextlon take la the moat BLkV
OUTTAAK tlUM K9, ivin tbe mmt eonela-
t H1UUX a ABB
ii) uiiiiiiifc. ta uui)
WholesaleGrocers, CotFactors S
alve erideaoe of Ike laet tbat I
la TUB loeatloa loraaearbaa bomea. awa
the nolae aad daet af the
VO. 804 AlfD 80S FBOKT BTUHET, HSf PnCS, TEM.
BE SURB YOU GET THR OENlilNK.
Counterfeit! are made in ttt. Loull, Mo
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS fnr the iea'on of 1MB, beginning
June l.t, reduoed 25 to fO par oont., bat
the higheat atendard of axoellenoe main
tand. Bend for lllaatrated deforiptire pamphlet
r. N. PIKK, Manager.
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented ia Europe and Uni
ted .SUle. Mola AgeaU la
a eill.d atalaa foreel'brated
John Hamilton A Co. Hlretoh-r-r.
Takea baaalna at af
kaaa reatorea pantaloora to
or arlrj.l ihape. Only patented
stretcher oombintngtorew red
to oomblnatioa wtia elamp.
All other. Inlriniemaota.
Original and aa y airrar
fr leal la.a. aaa. Rv
txprua f.vurely peeked. Prioe 12 60. Write
for elreol.ra. Aaenti wantea in every oity
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Do yon want pure, fcloom
lug CompIexJonl If so, a
few applications of lfngan'g
MAGNOLIA BAL21 will grat
ify yon to your heart's eon
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Bedsess, I'lmples.
Blotcbes, and all diseases and
ImpcrfBctiona of the skin. It
overcomes the flushed appear
nee of heat, fktigne and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear bnt TWEN
TY j aud so na total, gradual,
end perfect are its effects,
that ft is Impwslble to detect
Its app Ucition.
apart from tke eeaTealeaoa e paaelnj tralna
atiroaiit. it asoroa t oaw ABU Wm-
aa HadtBolU to
take plaos oa tke proaUos
STEVART BROTHERS h COLIPAIIY
C01T0N FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
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vertiiing. Thaadvertiier who want- toipend
one dollar. Snd. In It the Information he re
quire, while for bim who wilK lnveit one
but dred thounand dollar! In advertiaing, a
aehame In ndioaUd which will meet bia
every regat.-ement, or oan oa maae to ao bo
light ehange oaiuy arrivea at ny oorro
One hundred and tfty-three
euilioni nave oaon i..nau. owu. ni.wi.i-.,
to any addreinor ten can J. Apply to UBO.
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i Htiiaaorumoea Library
Seeks, Tablea, Chairs,
Book Caaaa. Lonnaoa.
Latter Ptoaaoa. Oabisota
Lediee' raBCvboaks, as
l laart (toed, aad lowwat
OBARD HOTEL, ALUM BPBI1MJN,
Hoekbrldge Co., Va, High ap in tho
Virginia moantaina. Plctoreaquo aurroand
Inaa, eitenatve and beantlldlly loaded lawn.
Oaa, aleotrle bell., aad all modern improre
menta. Two daily m-ila, poet, Ulegraph and
aipre.1 offloea ea tbe promlaea. Table the
very beat. Luxuriously fnrnlahod rooma:
auierk band of aatlo Bend for lllaatrated
r.emphlet. Charge, moderate. Open for via
Uori. June loth. Wattn: Alum, faaroml
and Fntmlcn: R.T- ILKBON.Man'gr.
ordt-ra ant be aent to
l la , JUS Breaai
all our W..urn offinea
KB. young or old,
And tho 8 lea trie
.Shield and Buipeneo
ry euro every ttage of
Weakneaa of th-Kid-
ne a, h.iual Byitem,
Varioooele and loet or
Money refanded U
not aa represented.
Pamnblot free. All
ray. a;w Trk. el
TtSOWKS IBVOM BITTBB
- atared to health and energy Mr. E.
Avery, bo. 39 Madlroe atreet, Memphia,
T.an., after aa attack of malarial fever
which left bim ao feeble that be waa ooaflnoa
A Valuable Patent.
Daawy'a (Haras) Clara aata laa Plaav
aAVIIiaporfeetedmyiaToaHoB. I wtih
o place it before the pabllo, ofpecially
m.nafMtarera. Aa a Oora Plaater, It la a
Crteet weeeea eeaaa tke drill, dirtrikaWd
a ated aoci ratal y, nnlnlured, aad eavard
the aaae, thereby one man performing tke
work ef three. The hare boea aaed la
thia aeetloa for over a doena yaara with per
fect tatltfactloa . uaa giv teapot aibla teetl-
JOHJI U. DAHCrr.naaoTvtlle.
Uayvood aoasty, Tana.
XTJE" BOOO as'UJBT.
RKR PABK Al OAKLAND On
tha erait of lha Allnah.aial. within the
famnua Ulade heMin, directly en the line of
the B. and O. NoHiwt Kt eanr'UunTrana
len All Lialied Kaureaa Traini Htop.
With tha n.w and untiarai el.d fa at ohad
u'e on the Halt-more and Ohio Railroad,
theae lovely twin reiorta are beyond all com-
iiari.on tne mun auvanuigwaiiij iiif-atwu.
both aa to train ervioa and aorroundinga, of
any eaat of the Koekia..
heaaea prn Jan. BSd. No File.
NoMainnltii.i. Nn ll.y Vrrer No Malaria.
Deer Perk and Oakland, the one being but
tlx mllea dlttant from (be oiber witn tne
molt charming drivel connecting thetn will
be under the manament or Br. i.
WALK ICR. who. In h thra eeaaona' man
age ment. haa rn.de many eo thu.lajtlc frianda
ol tha glorioui remrt. All oommnnlo.tlona
hould be addreMed to W. J. Walker, Queen
Oity Uetel, Cumberland, Md . ap to June
lotb. Alter that date, eitber veer rare or
HTKi KW, T5 and IDO per month, as
cording to localiune.
Th. R. aarl (1. Cnmnanv baa anared ao ea-
penaa la rendering lMr Park and Oakland
the Iradlng Moun-aln ReaorU of the Kaat.
and for the aeaaoa ol Itwune atirauioni win
be of a character not hitherto eoualed, aad
fhe aala will
TneoMlay, 80th Mmy,
I 11 o'clock a.m. Tar a. Ona-thb-d eaih.
one-third la twelve moathe aad one-third
in twenty-loar moatha, with intereit at S
per oem per ananm.
Tralna at 10 e'oloek a.aa. aad 12 o'clock
Boon, from corner of Main and Broadway to
the ale aad return tree la blilderl.
Meaaonable rafre.bauata ky Jacob BUIb-
ALL PURCHA8KR8 will be leanired to
olo.e up ovary parebeae by aigning ealea-
boog on tbe grounda aad paying 10 per oenl.
11 tie ptrleot.
If. W. KBYrlTH" c CO.. Baleitnea.
WM P. DUNAVANT,
Surveyed by J. H. H a a pkroyi, 6. K.
nBOWNH ISO BITTKBB
pletely eradicated malarial
from tha av.tam of the little Ion
Pearce, 4V) Poplar itr.et, Mamphia, Tana.,
when (unerln from chilli aad fever. Uttl-
nlne failed iobenellt him.
Probate Court Sale Real Estate.
No. m, R.D -In the Probate Court of Fk.l-
by uounty, ienn.-T. J u nau, aamtoia
trator, ti. Cath. Kllea O'Neil.
.i Y virtue of a d.eree lor aala, entered la
I thieeaueeoa April XT, loco, ataatebook
paaealtfl. etc., I will aell ta tha higher!
bidder, at pubile auctloa, la front of las
tke enlilna ol both boueee aaexoelled.
rirat-oUaa Laundry, fine Livery.
... k. Ut)iln Pn.il..
The Sneit place for Children la tho lead.
TBBOWNH IRON BITTRRM eN
" ul.talr cured Miae Kthal Ountliorpe,
Hi litreet. Memihla. Ten a , of neuralgia,
to do tbe work.
froa wb eh aha lu tiered nearly a year.
bottlea only were required t
oeart-koaee doer, oa Mats atreet. oa
Batantar, Maw KB, IBM,
wlthla laaal koara. the lellowlaa deaoribo4
real eatate, to-wit: A carta i a l-l.ee or pay
ael ef lead, aitaated la Menirbl. Tana..
immeeeing oa ue weat aioe oi aaia xreei.
and running thence aertk TH raelt taeaea
weat IMS feet to Center el ley I Uoaee aoaK
along aaid alley S7H feet ta a ateke, i
eaat lw loot to taa aeaim
1 1. tba aoath ball af lot N
aitaated at taa latoriaetioa, ot Ike I
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
aide of the Brat alley aeatk of
rithOvertoa atreet wits Saaia
tid lit Ii the aoath keif ef lot No.
aaid aala will be aaUeot to risht af homo
taad ol Cath. Kllea O'Neil ia aaid real ae
lerme or Bale a a errata av eeaoa ttr
mnthtt th pnrahaVMr U is7wi ol m
iuit bmT rtioiasBW
U Ti Ah l i TbV a.
AA. S. VValUB.M VaVBaB aa
Ry O. L. McDonald, IHpaty
aaretr, aad a Ilea will be retained to eeoara
anpald paraaaae money,
tieabarrod. Tkla April I
arter. Baiuble for all kiada of baildian.
for prioei and oatlmataa at factory rate,
all aa or addreaa
MHMPHI3 BtKTAL A W00B Ml'd CO.,
438 A 40 Main at, aad 21 A 33 Mulberry at.,
Beadqaartera for Iron Fnora and frcrtlng,
Bairaniaed Iron Cornice, Tin Boofi A Move.
BIOWI'S IBOB BITTF.BS HAS
been u.! by Mr. Mary Mill, V tin
dan a'reet, Meapkla. Ten., for livet trnnklo
aad malaria with great benelt. She ealll It
ainooially ralaable for bom Bio.
TIT T 17U IniUnt relief, rir.al eara la
X lMJltiJm ten daya, and narar returni.
No nana, ao lalre, ao ruppoettory. Buffer-
ore will learn of a aiople raeaedy, Fro
addrMiing U. MAftort , 7 axau
, M. Randelph.Boliciaar.
PURSUANT ta a daerae re dared hv tba
Ckaaeery Co art at oukrille, et il Oc
tobor term, lata, aad eater af mora at
page 6, Minute Book No. M, la tba eaaa of
Bamuel Perklaa va Jeaa 0. Waybrook aad
otbera. Bono ia hereby glvea that 1 will ex-
uuie aaia, at li a waruwoH an r a
taa term aere-
, as taa
aa etor at Hay, ISSa.
tha folUwIag daacrlbed aropwrtTi all attaeha
a tbe Taxing lliitriot af Bhoiby aoaaty.
I II 0. an, well aioe Of laeun raaaro
t No. lou, aoatk at a of Aaotiaa Ssaaro.
poe to pubJI eale, at II a oenrtb
Mempkll. Tsaaeiaae, aaea taa
U alter aot oat. at M o'ekaok aa.a I
Tt W. i!A agnail atra.
Lot No. 3v. ooraer at Overtea aad Third,
ItiiH teet auuaro, , .
Hoatk kail lot Km Second err.
Lot 141 and part lot 141, weew.tde ef BtalB
gtreet, between Market aad V laehaater au.
Terma el aao vne-roarta oaaa aaa 'nas
balance oa credit ol , II, It and at meataat
lii.i.it arln aotea reaulred for denrvod
payment, aai uen retained. Hel. free troav
HAMU KL PKRfclNti.