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THE fOLITIClL- OUTLOOK
IS lRKiXUSMIvMNSIPri, ALA
HAM 1 1D TESMSSLE.
Tin- Cundldutr fur tougrrtis Tor Jo
iliriu Positions and Tor (Joveruor
Mukiug It Hat f.ir Each Otbrr.
The ixilitkaJ not in Ixiilinij furionsl v
in A rkaiiKiLi. Alabama, MitwisNippi
sri'l in this M.iiti nnl niniliiliiU-s are
iiuvliing their claims witli varying
siNveiw. How nui'cvwlully what lot
low will in pa t inform the realern of
ke Amu I..
As Alma correspondent of the Lit
tle Uot'k (la&Ue announces lion. J. K.
Jtyerg withdrawal f oin I lie Congr8
a Itnal raee in the Foil tli lintriet. II n
was third in the primaries in his own
(Crawford) county. The pennant of
our brilliant hut pnlUh'o young
friend McRennon still (laps in the
I.itti k Kh k ixuttu : In eonven-
tio i it 1Onoko the Pemocrtits of
Lonoke count v had a Htormv time
All the prexent State o(heern rectuved
instrui'tions practiially without oppo
pitiif, except the Superintendent of
l'ulili Inn ruction, 1 rot. unwell le d
itiL I Vol'. ThimiiH(in. For Auditor
Mr. 1 'ilea recived inHlruetiona, ex
(owner Miller second choice. Mr
tiruy Carroll carried the comity for
Prosecuting Attornev, with It. J. Jx's
Ir Judge Hattle, yi the Little
!oek doe1) no, intend to lie-
iliie a candidate for re-election an
JiiHtice of I he Sujireme CJoiirt, tlx
Washington I've auggestt "Judge S
W. Williams hm eminently oualilieil
for tli riliice." Thus far Jtiiiim llat-
tle 1 1 as not publicly indicated a ilu
sire for re-ehction, though it ia the
gen ra impression that he did not
make the race hint year ximplv to lill
a twelve month vacancy ami then r
tire We p'cxuino he Mill nooii he
he rd from anthoritalive'y.
OiKol.i Tiim. The coolest in the
Fourth Congressional I slric t is grow
ing exciting. There 8'e four candi
dates in tli lie d, making thorough
canvftswH. Judge JUii-rn, the preaent
iiii'iiiiib' at, has c mo from WiiHhing
toii and linn tiken tlio stump.
(S( koi, Time: The name of the
lion. J. K. Hiddirk of (ircMio cour,ty
AiijaarH in oar announcement eoluinn
this issue, as a cand date for Judge of
this, the Second Judical Circuit of
Arkansas. Mr. Kiddick la well known
to the people of the district, having
been Prosccuting-A'toriify fur one
teim, dur rig which time he discharged
tho duties of that ollice most accept
nhly both to the bar and tho public,
lie is regarded rs one of tho bright-ist
lawyers of tb circuit.
LlTTI.B IUm K Democrat : Judge liog
ers carried the Crawford pri marie by
a small majorit over Col. Terry. Tho
fni't that Terry, almost a stranger in
Crawford county, received si largo a
vote is greatly to his credit ami most
encouraging 10 his friends.
Tli a Aberdeen Weekly says that W.
G. Sykes has just returned from Wash
ington, and is rnt'iUHmstic in tho
cause of the llou. J. M Allen. JIo
says that Mr. Allen says lm will be a
candidate for re-tlec inn, and that he
thinks ho can explain to hit constitu
ency the "why's and wherefore's" of
TurmoTbiirW: Tin enemies that
Mr. Allen has made in certain parti
of the- district entitle liiin to a ro
nomination for Congress, asid from
the many other rxcclk'ii' reasors why
theionor Bhould be conferred upon
Moiui.it Ktyitttr: The candidates in
South Alabama, leaving out Dale,
;inior, Ja'O, Tallapoosa and Mobile
counties, stand therefore about as fob
' lows: Clayton baa 1!W delegates, rep
resenting a white population of 13 -,
638; Dawson has 7tt delegates, repre
senting a white population of 4:ia200;
Mi:Kleroy has 50 delegatcn, represent
ing a white population of ;i9,f,'il ; Seay
hiu Wl delega es, representing a white
population of S8,81KI. I'pon this state
intMit of the cae, which is made up us
aoeu'ately as possible -from tliB an
nounced delegations, nnd from the
lapt census, it seems that lien. Clayton
is tho choico of South Alaba ma.
HiKMiMuiAM Age: Tlie Montgom
ery county convention, after several
days' contest, uselessly prolonged by
the tyranny of the two thirds rule,
has nominated a good man for the
ollice so stubbornly fought for. Judge
Kandolph has served one term of sir
yea's as Judge of Probate, deserved
renoirinat on, and received it. The
Advertiser reports the county for Me
Kleroy We cannot agree with the
Atitrrt'tvr that the county will never
again favor a plan for reaching a pro
rata vote between c nti'sting candi
dates. The pljn is a jus' one He
sides piving all candidates their
rights, it excites pub ie interest in
the qucHtiora at issue, and ought to
be preserved and experimented on
until matured. The contest just
'lo;ed was a Wc.olesou.e ag tatton of
the political elements, ami was
Witched with roncern throughout tho
Ntate The steadiness of Judge Pan
do'ph's supporters from tirst to last
represented t ie man as lie is, and re
minded observers of tho "llOti" who
stood by Grant at Chi' ago.
CilATTANojHi a Time: The Judicial
County C nvention held yesterday
was iiuito harmonious, ami the dele
gates appointed to the State Conven
tion seem to satisfy all parties. It
was unite apparent that .Judge .1. It.
Cooke's friends in the convention
w- re decidedly in the majority, and it
-was magnanimous on their part that
they li i not raiw some question that
would slow his true strength. We
b lieve he was entitled to , the full
de eir tiou from Hamilton county.
The lew inoivhs he has been on the
Nup erne bench hao marked him as
most eminently qualified for the r-oai-tion.
In tlm per onnl and shameful
scramble that has been taking place
throughout the ttate I y his competi
tors, Judge 'ooko has maintained
him elf a oof and conduced himself
in a iliuili d manner, as is proper
and expected from a man aspiring for
su"h a high position, who has the
ability and (binding which merits it.
We b lieve tlie delegation sent to
Nashr lie will retlect the wishes of a
large majority of the Democrats i f
llani:lt- county by giving Judge
Co ke the united vol of the comity.
C J attanimk; a Tim,: The lI;mi'ton
county convention, held yesterday to
8 'Vet delegates to the gubernatorial
Convention, unaniimniMv, and with
gn at ihiiMasin, instructed ibe dele-
cues iio ii mis c uMity to v. te as
. -nr fel
itine'l M -t
nnnnimo"Sfpproval rf the D'niormrT
oi Hamilton county, ano win oe grau
fyirg to Maj McConncll's many warm
friends and supporters throughout
Teimess-?. In tlie history of the
Iii-mocratic jiarty of Hamilton county
there lias never Is-cn such harmony
a" as dispUed in the indorsement
of Maj. tocCnuu-ll as a candidate for
(ioveroor. This action unites and
solidities tho party in this section as
1 nothing before hits i'ver done. Tlie
convention honored itself in thus
honoring so worthy and popular an
aspirant for this high po ilii.n.
N'AhBvil.is I!'inii,r: (iranville S.
Kidlcy, of J4 ii r ie, sbiro. who wasnom
i'-ateU by the DeiiiiM-ratic joint conven
tion for Judge in the l.igiith Judic al
Di tii :t, coniio-ed of the counties of
Davidson ai.d Kutherford, is a lawyer
of marked ability and a gentleman of
the I igliest c 1 aractcr. 1 le is alxiut fori J
vearsold and is one of the niostesteem
edand most sm -eessful memhersof the
Murfreosboro bar. Modest and uans
suming, rather shrinking from than
courUi g publ city, he possesses at the
same time the s'erling and positive
qualities so essential for a Judge.
Cn el ami lUumr-S'rtn: The way
in which Hamilton Dotn'cats to a
mm rally to Major I. M. McConnell
for next (iovernor of Tennessee must
be a source of gratification and prido
to that gentleman, ami we consider this
conlliljjuie and esteem well placed.
MorriHtown (in.rlfr: Major Tom
Council, it is well enough to say, was
born and reared in irainger county,
ami has a ho t of friends in this sec
tion and throughout the stab;.
McMinnville A'eic Era: Major Tom
McConnell, of Chattanooga, is loom
ing up strong as the probable Demo
cratie candidate for Gubernatorial
honors from Last Tennessee. If Last
Tennessee Democrats will concentrate
their strength on McConnell, he wi 1
bet'je nominee anil the next (iover
nor. He would till the Gubernatorial
chair with honor to himself and to the
satisfaction Cf his party.
Atiikns 'en; The Chattanooya
Vumnurrml insists that Gen. Wilibr is
the strongest man the Kcpub icans
could nominate for G ivernor. Gen.
Wilder is a clever gentleman, aid
more liberal in bis views generally
than mos. of his party associates.
The Kepiihlicans make their nomina
tion for (iovernor in June, and
should the Cmnmrrt inl's candidate be
selected the Democrats will probably
notidnato Maj. Tom McConnell of
Chattanooga, a good talker and splen
Nash vii. i.u JSnnner: It is to be re
gretted that such a letter contest was
made for the nomina'inn for Chancel
lor, yet even tho:o who opposed Mr.
Allison's nomination must loncedo
that he is highly and fully qualified
for the respon iblo dutiesof the ollice.
His career as a lawyer and his charac
ter as a gent eman are so well known
In tho two counties composing the
decision, the mention i f his name is
sullieient commendation. He is one
cf the bust know n lawjois in Tonnes-
Nanhvim.b Runner: The action of
the joint convention of Davidson and
Rutherford counties vesterdav in vot
ing to givo the judgeship to Kuther
ford county, and thus deciding arbi
trarily that no Davidson county Dem
ocrat had a ri .lit to come befo'o a con
vention of his party and ask for a
nomination for criminal iudge. was an
action wh ch cannot be justified on
any correct Democratic principles.
Nasiivii.ik Raunrr: The nomiiia.
tion of Mr. W. C. McAllister, Jr for
the- Judgeship of the circuit composed
of Davidson, Williamson ami Cheat
ham, was a deserved compliment to
one of the finest young lawyers in the
nuue, ana a gentleman who in all re
spects has shown himself worthy of
the honor bestoWMd upon him by his
tpiuij con vrmiou. no is too well
;nown and ho highly esteemed in
this county to need anv enenmiumsat
tho hands of the press.' His legal abil
ities are beyond quest ion, and his emi
nent lltuess for th judgeship is con
ceded.by all who know liim.
Knukied In olouillem film thii frenh May
Hint! up In otirlnt ecutnnr the lurk,
A qnlrorln ick of pulrini mnlojy,
Brian all Uiu nturo vault with rui'turoui
Thick-wnrbled coruauHtlom of iwent iounJ,
And iiiur hii IlltU hoin inta tone
Aa it Ilia auuiuier d war still too ahort
Kor a'l ha haa to ln. Now, upward yet
With juyoua bouuila he mounU and uiounli
Of recklvaa froedom, Mil hliiht dima hit note!
To muffled Holttieaa, and the daulina blue
Abaorba hie (orui In light, lito aome rapt
Which hoaven hldei fro in earth. In praiae
Who made this world no fair, bin life to glad,
Ilia Jubilate rinm. Firat treble, he
beadi up Ihe mny-Tid choir of earth,
here priadn the inpphire aeiiibliiuceol the
With paalin invltatoryof ohoerful landa:
0 come bnlore Ilia p eaence with aaon."
l.uve a full hoart upon a morn like thia,
Impatient of low Hlithta and tnrjy atraina,
beeka lror utterance than mere wordi can
And llmaa tumu'tuoua (on far into heaven.
.4. H'lttlltr 'iiiMcr ia thr .Vpcrfotor.
An Ark Kuan Jnilco la ihr I'eul
Irnllwry. Littuk Rock, Akk , Junn 2. Judge
T. V. Hooptr of Cmreudnn, Monroe
com ty, Ark., win to-day turned over
to the k o. t of thw penitentiary here
by ihsWienff of Phdiips ccunty, in
furtherance of a sentence meted nut
to him for having utteiod some S,000
spurious county nrript dining a term
as Judge of Monno county lat fall.
The Judge took a cbrge of venue
fr.)in Montoo to Phil ips county, where
Ihe jmy found him guilty, and tho
Judge sentenced him titwo years in
the county jil.
A ST I.IHI.KAL OFtKRI
Thk Voltaic IIki.t Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Pklts and Flectriu Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afllicted with Nrvous Dehi ity, Low of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. llltis' rated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
jMirtieularg, mailed free. Write them
Mr. llrrehrr la Take Enropritu
Naw York. June 2. The Board of
Dencnns of Plymouth Church voted
ineniniiiisly lat evening to grant
Mr. Heecher leave of ab'encA so that
hecntake a t ip to lviropp. Mr.
Petcher has had the trip in content
p a' i u for several yea s, as he has
rot t en abroid unco lSii;',. He will
bs ai-comranlid by Mrs. l!-echer,and
they expect to sail June 12th and to
le'um ah nit October. Mr. Peech'f
proorses to spend a rionth in euht
! iu at d reeting, end then to Ircture,
a tour for this purpose having been
arranged for him.
In ihe Urnr Old Itnya.
We ditler in cieed and (Kilitiie, but
wh r.r a unit ail the mine on the de
ai'abli iieiB of a fine head if hair. If
y in t: o irntho loss ol this bltasitig
nl rrnitner.t. a bottle or to of
Pa nel's ll.iir l'.iila;ii will make you
lo k .,- 'i n the ihar . Id ('ays.
It ii j Ii irvn g. The i.i.- er-.i-. tai-'
0 . i,.r ihe Iia.r"
THE XEW P0LiriCiL0i:(i4SIZA
TI0X IX AhKOSAS,
With Which It It Proposed to llreak
the Integrity of the Demo
Lit le R:ck Ga&tr: The original
constitution of the State Agricultural
Wheel prescribed the following qoalt
fiiations f it membtrdhip:
"'o pereon can Is: admitted to
mumbeiship who is engagtd in mer
chandising; no pbyfiiraas who are
practieiog tbeir prjfeesion; no law
yer who are practicing law; no teaih
eia wbo aio ollowitg teaching as a
profession; no ministers wh3 do not
farm; no .mechanic! who are net ac
tually engaged in the tillage of the soil ;
nor any other person who is not actu
ary engaged In farming and making
farming tneir principal occupation."
Organized as a strictly agricultural or
der.The exclus 0'8 were designed to
cor.fi ne the membership wholly to
persona actually engaged in agricul
tural pursuits. The propriety of this
was obvious, s confining a bar asso
ciation t3 lawyers or a ruedital asso
ciation to phyticiars and surgeons.
It Wis not intended to be a political
ctyauizition, si no political ttst was
niade. Non-voters aliens and whi'o
males eighteen years of age were eli
gihlo to membership.
But afar the Wheel membership
ha I eo increased a) t show consider
able numerical strength, it occurred to
the little p iliticiaiH of variaui former
partisan atlilia'ictis to vet posession
ol ttie org,tnizitioD, quietly pervort its
original objects, anj list it as a hobby
fur ollice sseking and oflice-brokerage
pnrpesfs. Hence the ekidfuMy planned
movement which If 1 1 to tlie cons eido
lon of the Hla'o WIiobI and B-others
of Freed jiu at Greeubtier last fall.
The mnnibeiship of the Wheel was
largely Democrat c The nmrnheishlp
of the Drodiersof Freedom was largely
Republican. Keimhlicans in the back-
gr.mnd adr.it'y pulled t'le wireii; ths
lirothers of freedom gave op their
own name and became Wbeeltrj; but
Isaac McCracken, a Kenubhcan. was
elec'.ed Prusdant of the coniolidatisi
orjauiia ion, known at the IStite Auri
culiural Wbe 1, instead of Mr. J. It
Johr.sin of Prairie, the former Presi
dent, and too sound a Democrat to
wittingly aid any scheme to dimipt
the Di li) iciacy.
it appparj that the cors'itaiion
adopted at the conaoidatoa was
chaiured. This chimre. annarentlv
alight, wa snflioieDt to open the dcoia
to tne political agriculturalists who
farm with the mouth, but w hom the
original constitution, quoted above,
excluded. The constitution of the
State Wheel, over which Mr. JohnEoii,
the Democrat, presided, excluded all
Der.ons not ac ively engaged in agri
cultural purtuita. The cotistitu'ion of
tho tftate Wheel, now presided over
Vitf Mr. M,rra.knn PnKIInn
excludes only bankers, morcliaats and
lawyer). We quo'ethc set tion below:
"Suction 2. A candidate for mem
bership by initation shall be a be
liever in a Supreme Peing, Crettor,
Preserver and governor cf all things,
lie hall be a while male po'sin of
Rood, moral character and industrioui
babiu, havimt some rcopectable means
of support. Ueaha'lnot be directly
or indirectly engagel in banking,
merohandisin? or practxing law. He
shall have reeldeded within the juris-
diet on of tho lodgs at least three
months previous to bis application for
membeisbip, or have been twelve
months personally known to biothois
of the order who recommend him."
It may be doubt (1 if one Wheeler
in ton observed how radically the fun
damm'al principle ol the organization
was changed by this trick of phrace
' logy. On y recently has attention
been called to It. The difference be
tween the original and the new con
stitution constitutes the d ffdrence be
tween keeping the Wheel a farmers'
organisation and opening the member
ship to politicians of every degree,
who do not fo liw banking, mer
chandising the law as a voca ion.
All this was done preliminary to
turning ths Wheel into a political or
ganization. It was done by the little
politicians inside who wanted tfltce,
and the little politicians outside, of the
same. Inclination. They proprsed to
pet oontrol, and then fight tho Democ
racy lor ttietr own bereut, by deceiv
ing ami iifirg the rank and file, tt
gardleis of founer aillliat'orR. i
Under tho ptessut coiutitut'".
manipulated by the polii irirtJ in and
out ef tne Wh-el, Powell clajtoo can
be a member. He is n a lawyer, not
a merchant, nrt a bnker. ButGen.
M )b. Kewt n. Go'- S P. Hughe?, Sen
ator Jts. K. Jccei and Senator J. II.
Berry, acd aiany others who have
labored fee many years to win Demo
cratic v.vtoiies, but who are lawyers,
are ditquaUlled. ,
Yet lotuo of tho Wheel leaders de
o?aro that an orgsn'zition which will
admit Powell Clayton and exclude
every Democrat engaged in merchan
dising, bankirg or practicing law no
matter how ably or zealously he may
have fought the battles of Democracy
is the Democratic patty t.
THE JIAXWtLL CASE.
Argnnifnl by Connxel Cntlnaed.
Belling on the Reaall.
St. Locus, Mo., June 2. Mr. Kaunt
leroy continued his nntinished plea of
last night for the defendant in the
Maxwed murder rae this morning.
Maxwell hears up well under his long
continued trial, and with the excep
tion of an increase of nervousness
and an evident anxiety, bis appear
ance has not chnged materially since
the opening of the rase. He watch ea
the jury cin-fully, and wheneier a
strong point in his favor is pre-ented
by his cotineel be scans their faces
critically f ir its effect, end when he is
repraiented by the ptoaecut-'on as the
blHckestcf criminals he searches crit
ically for expressions cf sympathy
and leniency. Mr. Fauntleroy will be
followed by the counsel' wbo have not
a:rtajy epnien, anil tie conclusion of
the trial ia n it expected until to-morrow.
There is a god deal of b1 tting
upon the verd ct of the jury. In the
pool rooms o.Ws ef $100 to 165 are
given aga'aat iquittat, and even
money in i reply ottered and taken on
a "Si verdict or a hung jury.
At my odors from Spice Islands,
Wafted by the tropic breer.e;
SOZODONT in healthful fragrance
Cannot lie surpa-sed these.
Teeth it whitens, purities;
You will use it if you're w ise.
.'rem! tun l'o.tinol t iilll Vrnlh
t'lnlmo An KrttlfMl.
Nkw York, June 2 The Trittt
this tiiotniiiK siys: "The cremation ai
Col. ('s 11. Koi'ii's hedy, which haa-J
bePTyirrai!g--d to lake place yestetilay
et 1- ifh 1 nd, was piittpoce.l. Mr.
Ko li w as e banker at No. 1S1 Laealie
eir.it Chic iji. He left there with
lr'sw-; a? ut three weeks ago on a
tr - i i Kuri ie for l is l.ea '.Ii. While
in ' i-:tv he wis taieu so much
APPEAL THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 18S0
wotss that the voye was pot off aDd
be went to Jiew Prightou, H. I , to
rest He died there on Saturday. It
was his desire to be cremated, and bis
family were abuut to carry cut his
wiheswhen they remembered that
b- I ad a la'ee insurance npen hia life,
between 150,000 and $100,000, and
iinig icat tnere might be some
trouble if the body was burned, they
umiueu lopnt it in a vault until death
claims had been settled. The dad
man bad many acquaintances in this
city, acme of whom attended the
laLeral ytsteid.v. The. body is in
one of the vauita of Silver Mount
COLLI tUVLLLE, 1ENN.
Tne rrleade of Jada tirrrr Give
Hint brfelln(-A Plcale mt
ICOKBKIFOIDIXCI Of TBI APrtAL.l
Colli EaviLLK, Taw., May 31. Your
cur -srtoiiuent haa tlie pleasure of at
lenuinva picnic on the 28th inst. at
air. vno. A. Lowry'a, about three
miles north weet of Collierville.
it was mors like a lamily reunion
than a picnic; it carried one back lo
the childhood days when the heart
was light and merry and knew no
cares and bad no responsibility to see
iufi granacuiijren ol the gray beaded
father and mother gathered tagether
and to hear the little ones prattl ng
and uttering tin precious words
granilpa end grandma.
It is not my style, nor do I intend
lo be personal, but allow m" to men
tion the fact that Mrs. John W.
Humphreys cf Pod Banks, Mies , was
tere nil a'so her great-grandson,
Next ia ordtr was dinner. Too
mticn cannot be eaid about the
bountiful supply of barbecued mutton,
shrat and chicken pie. The fried
cbiceen and the goo J old country bam
that Mr j. M. A. bigws bad on exhibi
tion ape'n carriid "yours tiuly" hack
to the bygone dys of swoet long ego.
As soon as dinner was over it was
sently whbpBred around that our
telented younn townsman, Mr. W. F.
Hamner, wou'd entertain us with a
speech. Mr. 1 humor's remarks were
epproprhte and ti the point, and in
every respect suited to the occasion,
and delivered in his usu illy eloquent,
pleasant and happy manner.
We hone it will not be long before
other old landmirks will do likewise,
and picnics will become tin crder cf
The patty friends cf Jndge J M.
Greer were g'ai to see tim on the
etrccis of Coiheiville a fiw days sire ,
and wish him a 1 success. van.
The Anarchist Ulvea a Tear In the
Penitentiary to Coel Off.
Nkw York, June 2. IJerr Jobaan
Most, the Anarchist, was to-day sen
tenced to tho put itemUry for one
year and fined 1500. His associate
Braunschweig, gat nine months in the
penitentiary and was tint if $250.
tichenck was sent to the penitentiery
for nine months, but not fined. Re
corder Smith, in sentencing Moit. ex
pressed deo reg c tint the law did
not permit him to impose a heavier
sentence. Hib crime,saidt e,deservd
the ponifhuent award d to capi al of
fense, lie also told him he was the
greatest scotjndrt I lie had ever Been at
the bar, Braucschweia. tho Recnnb r
said, was;alni03t equally guilty.
Schenck, be thought, was a dupe of
his companions, but he destrvtd pun
ishment to warn him and t triers
gainst following the teachings of sui b
men as mnn. rune ot the pi hoe en
attempted to speak a word in court.
They weie taken back to the Tomb-,
and this afleimon will be transferred
to Black well's Inland.
Nnddrn Ieath of Henry Havemever
Baiivlon, t. I, June 2 Henry
Ilavemeyer, the sugar refiner, died
suddenly, near this place, this mom
ing. He p r icipated in the Decora
tion Day exercises, acting with theo'd
guaid as an escort to President Cleve
land. M0STJF53FEGT MADE
li fpi-cliil regnrrt to health.
V- l". t-lmo or A turn.
FR1CE LX&y POWDER CO..
XXX BOCtO ffHBT,
TkRF.R P4RK a OtRLaND-On
the orest of ths Allihnie, within the
famouaUlade Seoiiia, rtirectlr on tVe line of
the B.and O. No Wage Riles or 'BusTrane
fer All Limited Kaereni Trains Slot.
With Ihe near an I anparal eled fn't 'died,
nle on the Baltiuiire and Ohio Railroad,
thee lorel? twin rorU are beyond all com.
E anion the molt adrnntaiceoaaly located,
oth as to train ferfcoe and eurroundind, oi
any eaut of the Rodlies.
nrimon Open, Jan 3.1l. No Fliea.
No MoPiuitoea. Nni'Ujr FfTer No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oa land, the one being but
iz rolls" dintunt (m the oiher with the
moll ('harming driva eonnecting theuawill
be anaer tne manaemeni ot Mr. W. J .
WALK KR, who, in li e three seaine man
aement,haa mde mmT enthufiaatio friendi
tt the cloriouR resort- All cnmmuniotionfl
ihould be addreiuedpo V. J. Walaar, Qneen
City lintel, Oambeniuil, Mil., nptoJnne
lMh. Alter that data, atler Deer Park or
KM'KS SMI, 175 aid fM per month, ao
oordine to location!.
The B. and 'I. Comfanitiai apared no ex
penie in rendnrinR Ueer Park and Oakland
the trading Mouniiin Rort of the Kaat,
and for the neaton of Kithe attraction! will
be of a character nothithirto equaled, and
tne onitine oi bom nouee inexoeiied.
Fint-cUn I.unctrv l-'i
in the land.
aant new Bathing Pool
IhefineitplafeforClr,! d n
Mississippi &Tennnme R.B.Co.
Mock bolder' Mac-Una;.
Mmirnia. T! vNy 12, im.
rlHK Preiidfnt and llireettr! f the Mil
L liMippi and Tenneoee inilioad Com
pany, in aocordano with leotnn IS of the
charter of laid Company, hereW ral a gen
eral meet ugnf the ito-kholder n th'f Com
pany, to he hold in Ihe office of the Com pa
nr, in Memi-hif, Tenn., n MiiMaitr,
I bo SOIIi clny af J mi. !. ,T tns ur.
pone of cnnni lering and noting os the re
tract! authorised by this Board tti the 11th
day of JIt, ls: Alto a Union m-cngor
Ipot, aj to Track on River Frnntin, jle'n
ri', ia to iirarel and u-e of Teraisal Fa
oilitiei of this Company.
By or.ier - f the l'rei lent and i.ard ol
8JtjL MB, Sei-rary.
Ofilne Public Admni"tr!or, Sholhy utrir
Courthou-ip. Meiophi. Inn.. .M..t S i'
VrlllB undi rignni haying been ji n t
j- unuQuiti tea Miioi'ii Mrainr or uio '; Mti,
oJ. 11. fut! ill. 4ear I, notice ir lior, 'j
gtn lo all .riiotf inui-' led to raid c.:ato
Id cvue f.irn.rd l(l and toibove
i! ia iriited. to file tkfl
uty r. liatrd, within ta
law. ,r the ran will It
.'OIIN LOAWl K,
1'abl c Adu.ia,s;rto.
true r-ajcr! ei
NlX 7''.'J' 8"?"
HMKSIITS OP LABOR.
Ins reent conversation withtheGrand
Mooter Workman and the Grand Secre
tary of the KnighU of Labor, statistics of
the increase of numbers in the order were
given that Bounded like an Arabian
Night'stale so wonderful were the figures.
Every day apparently brings marvelous
additions to tho inciiils-rsliiii. For the
first tune in the history of the country
lalsir is so organized that it rules. Either
its dictations must he submitted to or the
wheel of trade cease to move. The ipies
lion whether capital will continue to lie
used and invented while controlled in its
action as Hiirtdy a it in now is yet to lie
settled. Combinations for general good are
always more effective than individual ef
fort, but whether the combination repre
sented by the Knightsof Labor will be for
the public good future events will only
determine. A remarkable success, which
Claims universal attention and admira
tion, haa been won by Brown's Iron Bit
ters, the only really good Iron medicine
made without the use of whisky, and act
ing as a perfect purifier of the blood. The
cures it performs in all diseases traceable
to blood impurities are the basis of its
popularity. The indorsement it receives
from the medical profession and people,
and the great increase in sales, are the
proof of thia.
A torpid, sluggish, inactive liver secretes
bile and clogs the passage of the blood
tli rough its channels, which should acta
filters. TIiLh can- the skin to become
thick and yellow and produces bilioiisnesH.
The tired, exhausted body can ftiniUli no
aid, and the sutK-rer niu.-tlook to medic ine
for assistance. Then Brown's Iron Bitters
is needed. Its action is rapid, the result
is sure. It gives life to the inactive liver,
starts the clogged and impure blood flow
ing through its filtering tubes and relieves
it from its impuritietiand removes I lie bile.
Then the skin becomes freh and white,
the eyes brighten, the vitality of the body
receives new vigor and health is recov
ered. The professional knowledge in the
selection of its ingredients, all found in
nature, and the chemical skill employed
in their combination, ensures this result
from the use of Brown's Iron Bitters.
When your kidneys are weak and pains
in the hack and side alllict you then take
this remedy. Its effects may be slower
than upon the diseased liver, but it is as
suro to give strength and Telief from
pains. People more generally neglect kid
ney troubles than any other disease. The
result of the neglect is seen in the many
deaths from " Blight's Disease." Mere,
however, is a remedy which will not keep
you from your daily duties, but while
working its cure will give you renewed
daily strength to devote to your biminess
orlalmr. This point is of great importance
and should receive your attention. You
can relieve your weak kidneys for a dol
lar, spent tora bottle ol ISrowns Iron flit
ters, and if your case is of long standing
and a complicated one a few bottles will
cure you without loss of a day's time. It is
the great stomach, kutnevund liver rem
edy. Iron is combined in it in such a'
manner that no injury results to tlie teeth
from its use,neither are they discolored by
it. It does not cause headache or consti
pation, but invariably relieves them. Of
no other Iron preparation is this true.
Thesequalities belong to Brown's Iron Ilit
ters alone. That languid, listless, tired out
feeling tells of Spring Fever. Brown's
Iron Bitters will relieve this. It imparts
tone to the system and activity to the
body. It cures Chills nnd Fever, Bilious
Fevers and all malarial fevers. It is tho
only specific cure for malaria that leaves
no fiad effects afterwards. Congestion and
nenralgia follow the use of quinine, and
deafness is frequently a result. Brown's
Iron Bitters not only makes a complete
cure, hut leaves the system in a condition
to resist successfully future attacks of these
diseases. General debility at this season
needs immediate attention. r.very partol
the body is weak and suffering. Every
thing seems all wrong. Brown's Iron Bit
ters w ill strengthen, tone up and vitalize
the whole system without causing the suf
ferer any loss of time. Rheumatism and
neuralgia yield at once to the use ol
Brown's Iron Bittera. Probably no other
moclicinebaabeeuso extensively Imitated.
Don't be deceived. You may know the
genuine by the trade-mark and crossed red
line on the wrapper.
nmmK's IKOV BIITKNN HAS
proved an etTctunl lemeay in the tain
lly of Jlr Oban. 11. Vo,e'. 3WI M-naaaa
atrii-i, yemphia, Tenn., in all cases of
atoinn"i d""rder, alio as an appetiier an!
& W -
aw 5 a E
S 9 'fll" i a I
t P i
i !" 7
J01IX E. K A. MILE & CO.,
HIlN'a IKON RirrEKI RI.
atoml to perfect health Mr!. A. Green,
corner Vance ai.d Walnut meet, Memphis,
Tenn., when ?he had chilli and lever and
wai ao weak rhe could hardly wal . Sheen
tirely r-giiincd her Hrength.
Do you want a pure, bloom
Ins Complexion t It so, a
few applications of If arson's
MAGNOLIA HALM will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sul
lowness, Keilness, lMniples.
Blotches, and all diseases ana
Imperfections of the skin, it
overcomes t lie flushed appear
iwco of heat, fatigue ami ex
citoinent. It makes a latlvol
'till UTY appear but TWJJS
T V ; Riid so uatural. gradnal,
and perfect are its effects,
that It is inipossillo to detect
- f- A m a-i
AVERY and MITCHELll COTTOW SCRAPERS,
AVERY WALKING CULTIVATORS,
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTUES, ETC.
Pumps, Machinery Fittings and Pipe.
R. G.CRAIG & CO.,39Unionst.,EIemphis
J. T. FAROAS0N. J. A. HUNT. C. 0.
. t. farga:
c!esale Grocers & Cotton Factors.
S89 Front Street, Metnphia, Tenu.
Cotton eoniigned to ni will hare onr careful
elected itocc o
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winss, Liquorsjobaccc & Clgan,
A ail will ell aa Low aa thr iMmrmt,
M. 0. PBARCB.
Cotton Factors & Commission Ellerch'ts,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Cation Warrhanar-NiM SH aa41A. raloa"WT-k
Brlnklejr, Ark., Btyiuiifo'turera. of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER
AND DEALERS IS
Doors, Sash, Jillndp, Dressed Flooring, OIIIikt, Weathr-Uordlnj
uyprera Auiiigies, ihiuh, jic
-0nr facllitiei are nniurpaiied br any
flooring. Ceiling. Siding. Step Lum
Lumber or ail dimeniioni.
We make the
GEO. IlAY.UIJLI.EIt, AGENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street MemBhis. Tennessee).
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Xo. 3ta Main Street, OarMo Itlook.
GI 3VBW YOnii.
lllt'IIAKD A. MeCTUDY, : : i t : Prewlilent.
Harrender Talaea Indoraed on Pollclew.
Id the World.
.XjiZISC. BIIBHLIN'B, IMC. 13.. I I i 3Dac.avzxilxi.ex'.
JNO. F. WnSBRSON, Agent,
No. 2 Coll on Exchange Itulldiujr, Bfempblt.
KKcee8Bors to PORTKls i a vuik
WO. SOli TFnntrr KTTtWT
JAMES S. H0BINS0N,
T. II. MILHUWi,
a- lPnj reoeived in lumi ot l and
mrWt i buy and ie!l loeal InTentment Rondi and Seimritlei aenerally, ray taxei, acta
i Ar t a-enral. execute any financial buiineu requiring a lafe andreaponiible
L"ne irlin In nm to mit purchaten, on all parti of Europe.
II. P. t!U'UE, Pre-iJppt. EW1. UOLOSKITH, Ylce-rresidpnt.
JAMES SATU1JI, CfcaiiT.
f HERS m GO. s
A. PARKER. E. I. WOODSON
We carry at all tlmea i well-
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
rawmill in the South for fil ing order! promptly
CvDresi Shinvlei a ipedialtv: alio. Framin
Wholesale Buiineu a ipeoial feature. Order
LIFE 1. CO.
Ho forfeiture. Cheapest
J. d. HANDWERKER,
DAVID P. H AI'DKN,
JAMES A. OMB ERG,
upward, and interest allowed on lame Semr
SON & GO.