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SENATOR BROWN'S SPEECH OX
TUE BAMiRITT BILL.
The Oleomargarine Debate Continued
In the llonge tirneral Rou
Wapiiingtok, June 2. lhmtt. Mr.
Wilsm W. V., Irom th Committee
n Approrr Htini s, repotted bafk the
DUtni't of CMiniibia appropriation
bill with !S -rn-t ' ainendmenUi thereto,
with the reorniniendaiioDS that eome
of the atntn linenta lie concurred in
and ethers r onconcurred in. The rtc
ornmemla'ton was) agr'e 1 to.
Mr. Wileon, Mr. Adams N. Y
and Mr. MrUon:a.s were appointed
Mr. O'Neill, from the Committee on
Labor, reported a bill to UyHlizs the
incorporation of trades unions'. Hour
The Mcnuo thtn went into commit
tee of the whole, (.Mr. S.-rinr III .
in the ihtir), ou the oleomargarine
Mr. Wellborn Trx in onpoiDr
the bill eiprmied (he thought tint,
bad the founilers cf the jovernment
foreseen that one of the soyerriiro
pawers delenated to the Rene ral gov
ernment, that of taxation, was ulti
mately to bs employed ai the means
of pio ett ng one American industry
annul 't anoiher American intltintry,
depniiioc y if cot (lew pair would have
Starred thtir energi . And yet
this was the tubstantial purpose of
the vicious bill now uiidtr oimide a
tion, and the fict that it came diif
guise 1 as a rev. nun meanurj but in
tenmfio 1 the vi( imiBneas. There eou'd
not he found in the h'sfory of the
republic a more dangerous pn-cedent
than would be eniablirlit'tl bv this bill.
On motion of Mr. Biacli N. V. an
aticndi;ient was a lupted inter. ing
the word "knowii k y" in the claiiao
im OHiiig penalty upon every person
who purchfuesor receives lor cale any
oleomargarine from any maniifucturfr
who hps not paid tlie special tax.
Mr. Hammond a'.tackei the
bill, and t pel i liy tne "informer"
section, which hesiidwou'd fdace n
marphal rr bis deputy in every com
munity In tho country. He would
not vo'e fur such a measure.
Mr. llnckenndKH lAra. said that
nothing bad imprtmed him more with
the neceaiity of bavin ncontervative
body at the other end cf the Capitol
than the taie with which gentlemen
bid rid ion down every const imtional
batrier and fl eked Von'iUii r in ill-assorted
nuaibtri in mippoitof this bill.
It was the most . .tujtouisliinz and
odious iiieuuird evtr pieEuuted to
Mr. HiBcock fX. Y. laid that the
bill proro ed (0 tux a fraud, a decep
tion tu a ptift con henejt industry.
No friend of U o meBure had ever
onJeretwd that It went any farther
than that. It wad not intended to tax
any rrjdiut that could nit be mid as,
rr did not lave tha semblance of, but
ter. It intended simply to tax these
patented products that the skill of
chemists bad enabled the manufac
turers to palm oir on au unsuspecting
pervnle as butter.
Mr. Dolman Ind. spoko in favor
of the object of tlie hill, and incident
a ly advtca'pd the repeal of the to
bacco tax. He maintained thnt oloo
margnr.no was a propir eubjeit of
Mr. Morris 111. railed attention
to tho fact that the oleomargarine
wonld not be ttxed unless it were sold
and it would not he Bold unlets it were
nstd for foid, and win would consume
the food ? Tne well-t vdo or the poor?
The gentleman (Mr. Ilolman) had said
that by way of relieving agricultuie
the tobacco tax should be taken 08.
This year tobacco would yield to the
government $28 003,000. When that
was taken off, the government could
spare no more in the present condi
tion of the country.
Mr. O' tiara's motion was rejuc ed.
Mr. Kenna favored the bill ana Mr.
Lawler opposed It.
Mr. Bay re Fa. said that there was
nothing in the bill which would pre
vent the poor man from buying oleo
margarine without the payment of
any tax if bo went to the manufac
turer and purchased oleomargarine
tbat was no, produced in imitation of
Mr. Scott Pa.) entered bis protest
gainst the resolutions of tho trades
assemblies of Western Pennsylvania,
presented yesterday by Mcsm. Neg-
ley and Curtin, being regarded as rep
resenting t..e sentiment of tho wane
workers of the KtnU.t of Pennsylvania.
The telegram pre cut ed misreprt sent
ed the wjire workets rf Pennsylvania.
It did not speak their true sentiments
Mr. Henley sustained the constitut
ionality of the bill.
Mr. McMillin Tenn , moved to
strikeout the clause which ptovides
that ball of the flues and penalties
imposed bv this act shall go to the in
former, xne liousa would not do
itself justice if it enacted such an ob-
Uoxioub piece of legislation.
Tho motion was agreed to 70 to 21,
men, in accordance with an ar
rangement muds this afiernoon, the
committee arose and reported the bill
lathe It onsc, the understanding: be
that a vote should be taken to morrow
and that the opportunity should be
given to allow members to pass upon
me question oi reducing the rate t
The Houw (ben adjourned.
in tlie henate tivday sft?r routine
business, the Northern Pacific forfeit
ure bt 1 was taken up, mid then in
f rmally laid aside to permit Senator
lirown to address the Senate on the
Senator B own stud that of the tiO,
000,000 peop e of the United Sta c
no 1,000,000 drs:red this bankruptev
bill. It was detired by the bunkers
and broke'B and by the creditor class
genera ly, ai w II as l.v the Uwtere
It was a g-soJ bill for thos, but a bd
bill fur the remainder of the people
He reviewed ilw h s'oty of our former
bankrupt laws t ) s'u.w that that class
of nationul Ug'slHti n had not worked
will and was not desired by the pto
pie. HeannNz-d the provisions of
the pendinir bill to ehow that tliev
would have an ii jurions effect on that
class ol teople who huv coods o
credit, and who would din-ii-iiirate
airaii st them mUvorof people who
"sievery wpll sb'e to t.ike care of
themrelvts." Thehiil would ptr nit the
putting into v d'ictiry birkrnp'cy of
persons wno errmiu li? llnrly daj
behind in their poyin-n's. What
wouia our country ri erctiauts Bay to
this? They were usually m re prompt
in ineir payments tl an city meic' ants,
yet the c untrv mrchsntH were bi uih-
times iinavoiljilT bet.i.il in tin ir
paymfn's Jormve toan thirty davs.
The pe p'e of iki Vn t -d SUtcs wou d
;;t stand such an niq :iy as li.i- b I
On beialf ol the le.pi wl on h
reprstnie!, Rena'Or B.own jroteiie
'! ast its anssKe. .
toiibicra Ion of the Kurthern Pa-
cine forMtnre bill w then renmH.
ih ; us n i c.diiis aai on Sen
ator Vn Wyrks proposed amend
ment, providing f r th forfeiture not
of the lanJs of the. Wal ula branch
alone, but of tbe lnl appertaining to
such branches of the road as shall not
have been completed at the time of
tho passage of this ect. This was dis
eased until 2 o'clock, when the un
finished bnsineee, the rniln ad land
tJxa''on bill, was placed before the
Senator Dolph and Feuator Plumb
supprried the bill.
The Senate adopted an amendment
proposed by Senator Plumb on behalf
of the Committee on Public Laud,
providing for the repayment in proper
cases of the crs of surveying pur
chases. Senator Evarta submitted an
amendment to excluilesuiveyed lands,
w hich was agreed to.
S 'Bn'or Heat's aiiiomlmrn', hereto
fore submitted, was then brought up
for contiJoration. It provides "that
not more than 1 10 acres of hud eold
under tho provisions cf this act shall
be i urcbased by any one person, or
shall thereafter be a"iiired or owned
or held in tniet for auy me person,
and any title or interest acquired in
violation thereof thall he forfeited to
tho Unit;d States without any ast of
entry or procets whatever.
Alter debate, end w.thout action
upon the amendment, the Senate went
Into executive te-sion and soon ad
journed. SHANNON, MISS.,
ASK "Will. Til Ml E BE TWO
HO till Tl lllltniiUllAHT"
If Ho, Ntae WnnlNoinor tb Milrk
ru I'le-A Word or Two for t'oo
ICOSKKflFOXDtXrB Ot THE UHiL.
Shannon, Lme County, Mies., Juno
1. It is plain that Memphis will soon
have direct coinmuniiat on with Bir
mingham. Will there be to roads,
or will theiebebut a single road?
That la the question la this county
the road or roads will f ross the Mia-sis-i)i
and Ohio railroad. This is
one of several considerations, impart
ing somo irapor ance to Lee as one of
the Missistippi c unties travers d by
the new highway or highways.
The Kausas City Company has a
surveying company in tho tielJ. Iu
fact, it may rather be siid that there
are seveialsuch parties. Some of them
hive been along hera. Intelligent and
thoughtful people ara ob erving the
rivalry between the two companies
propping to build through ho e. An
essay ist who had time and (pace
might discuss the p-o'out relations of
these two companies in a way that
would lu more or rr bss interesting.
But elaboration would hi out of place
with a paragraphia', writing for a oai-
r newspaper, stm, it may do pi
icted thntlhess two companies will
be uu ted som how or other. At
present, both make show of a purpose
to sweep clear thiongh. But it is not
i cu t to see In a. I ttiis a Dtiainess
determination on the part of each to
strive for tho best a'tuinable terms
from the other. The charier of tne
Memphis. Birtuinirhnm and Atlantic
road contains a proviso that the Kan-
pas City road shall not come nearer
than twelve miles of an air line irom
Holly Spring to New Albany, thence
to Tupelo, thence to the eastern boun
dary of tlie H'nte. A little examina
tion would show tbat this proviso can
accomplish no earthly good to any
body, though it is resulting In a little
omhamssmcnt on some points. Tbe
inhibitory proviso atlecta about ninety
miles, commencing at Holly Springs
and terminating at the Alabama lino.
Tho Kansas City company has a char
ter In A'nhama Irom uirmingnara
westward. It contains no twelve mile
re s'riction. Hence, so far as leal pro
visions are concerned It could touch
the line dividing tbe State of Alabama
and Mississippi right where the other
road tuc hes the same point.
However, the country needs a road
through the region cf which we are
speaking. A portion of a surveying
party, including tho duel engineer,
spent two divs hera recently. The
engineer salu the Kansas Uity road
was In dead earnest and would cer
tninly have a road. He thinks tbat if
that, road was in no way hampered by
tbe twelve mile proviso it would sweep
by this place (we ate eleven miles
south of Tupelo ) By coming along
tills way it would haveastreUh ol
forty miles or mote ot a level.
there is but little to erL'nge public a
tuition in this part of Miss aiippi. In
ovi-mber next Representatives to
Congress a-e to be eUc'ed. No other
election in Miesissippi this year. The
present Kepiesontalive for this, the
Hrct lhetrict, is John M. Allen. A
few newspaper paragraphs have been
published, in regatd to him, of r other
a fault finding character. In this die
tnct there are four or tlvecthees worth
having. For each of these places
there wes the usual number of appli
cants, in some instances a dozen or
more. We all know bow uuanccess
ful office-teekere grumble. Among us
there are some who fail to make proper
allowance for Mr. Allen's inability to
obtain an othce for every deserving
man who wanted one. Passing tiom
this fouree of complaint, Mr. Allen is
nihking a aatiefnctory Representative
He is a pract'eal busincs man, and
attends faithfully to his duties in
practical business way. lis makes no
attempt to dieplay himself by bun
combe speeches, end herein be shows
bii giod eei s. But it is well known
that his views have weight in com
mittees aud cotsiiltdi 'ns where meas
ures are matured and shaped, and tint
be baa good in line nee in the House.
For thetie and c.t';i r n usons the people
ate going to re-e'ect the Hon. John itf.
Allen. Indeed, it is not likely he will
have any formal opponent.
Thrj Are Slot Norrr.
There is one thieg nobody ever re
gre's that ie, the dav they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
ily medicine, lis range ia so wide,
Bnd its good cffits so sure, that no!h
ing else, except good nursing, are
needed in a great majority of esses.
I'.ny it, try it, and alterwar'd it will not
require any piaise rotn us.
Iafrralni llrlll at inlvrlu.
Galveston, Tit., June Arrange
ments ara bt ing perfeit;d for bo'dicg
an intersta'e drill and ircampniei t
in this city from ti e 5:h tothel0:h
of Auguet next. The sum of $15 000
! as been jubsrribed toward the emer
ptise. The pries will aggregattt f P.'.
000, including a cvitn' pv r. of J.'-O-M
to the be t drilled militia company
compelii g. It iH expected. that sev ral
roTiipatv'e.! from t!.e North and Kiet
will paitic pa'e.
llonir-Knlo .tlr.-ilnic nl I'orllixiMf.
Portland, Mi-, June 1 The home
rule meeting in the City Hail to night
attracted a i iinmenn- throng, and
many ladies occupied heats in the
galleries TLe Hon Ja.-s H. B'aine
was the- orator of, the evening.
IRISli nOBE-MLE CILL.
EFFECT OF J0II.V BRIVHI'S LET
TER TO IIUMUEKLIIN.
What Will Result if Coercion
Again Tried In Ireland-Cholera
London, June 2 The S'arularJ, re
ferring to Mr. P.rigbt's letter to Mr.
Chamberlain, says: "It iBonlyiee.cs-
ary to remember what it n.iiht nave
cost Mr. Bright to writ aa he did, to
feel tho force of his niovii.g that tbe
protest ainiinBt the home-rule bill be
The IhiUu AVuBava: "Mr. Chamber
lain's speech wasono of the ablest ami
most effective l e ever d-livered. W'e
heartily accord him credit for acting
for what he believes to be th we fare
of the Stat. We frankly admit that
be bus given a satisfactory account of
his rea otis as a home-ruler for not
aupportingtbe home rule bill, but he
a not answered tho nuesuo i wny
he will not a low tho bill to be read u
second time and then withdraw it un
til autumn instead of forcing a disso
.JOHN 1IKIOUT AND CIIAMI1KRLAIN.
The Daily Kewi save that Mr. Bright
is surprised ana paineu hi me resuii
of his letter to Mr. Chmnherl on ; that
his object in wr t ng was to counsel
abstention on the part of those favor
ing the principle of the home-rule
bill. Truth says that the mode in
w hich Mr. Bright!M letter was used was
masterpiece (Strategy; that Mr.
Bright is opposed to granting any par
liament to Ireland, but far from agree
ing with Mr. Chamberlain, holds that
if parliament be granted it would be
most desirable that tno Jnsa repre
sentatives should not vote in tho im
DIHi'l NHlNO Til II IR1NII MILL.
An nrtie'e by Kugene Davis ii tho
JS'idvfe Heme predicts a storm of ven
geance anil reprisals if coercion is
again tried in Ireland. Disciissng
the Irish bill, he contends that Ireland
must have the right to protect her
native industries againt foreign pro
ducers for at least a dozen ynr Ho
obiect.s to th a Irish pving trihutt to
Knghi':d lie deprecates us the cer
tain r suit of a fiasco the Bepnrati n
of I'lster or the re er.tioti of Irish
members at Westminster. The meas
ure as it stands, ho says, would be
accepted bv moderate iNationansts, ny
priests and farmers as a final settlo
inent. The separatists, ho dec ares,
ere more niime'ous in America than
in Ireland. They ileninn I an Irish
republic, with military and nnval in-
lependence, and would only accept
the bill as an installment.
Cholera In Italy.
IIomb, Juno 2. Thero were thirtv-
Iwo new cases of cholera and twelve
deaths from the diaeoso at Venice yes
terday. Expulsion of the Orleaua Prlnrra.
Paris. Juno 2. Premier da Freyci-
net yestenlay, in announcing tlie de
cision of the government to expel the
prince, Biiid thero was no fear of
danger, bu' that the attitndo of tho
princes had disturbed public opinion,
and their presence afforded a rallying
point for enemies ol the republic.
The Chamber of Deputies, by a vote
of 2Ki to 2o0, has agreed to consider
the ropeal of tho law rf ISO., regu
lating tho relations of church and
The l llr Army.
obta ned tlie names of 1200 volunteers
in tho Cookstown district, Tyrone
county, who are roady to resist heme
rule in Ireland.
Eut-Ilonnd Nhlnmcnta From 'h.
Cuicaoo, III., June 2. The eat-
bound pool his refused to lurnish
statements of east bound shipments of
Hour, wain and provisions by the pool
lint s from Chicigo, for some time, but
the following table gives the amount
of Hour, grain and provisions shipped
east from Chicago by the seven pool
line throtuh to sabo.ird points for
tbe week ending laet Saturday:
it prims' us. Per cl
Michigan Central 1751 tone, 0.2
Lake Shore Mil " 18.3
Vi. Wayne :;40t " 1H.5
Tan Handle. 40:19 " 24.5
Hnltiimraauddhto H4 " 4 4
Chicauo Oiand Trunk.. 2S90 ' 15 3
Nickel Tlate 1041 " 10.3
The non-pool lines carritd the ful
lo ing amounts:
Ch'uago aud At!aot:c..."22(S tons, 10 4
Wabas'i 3105 " 10.8
It will be no' ice. 1 that the non-pool
lines carried over thiity per cent, of
tbe east-bound elrpiuents.
Ilrnnllfy Tour Home.
Finish the walls and ceilings with
Alahaatino. You can do it; inex
pensive; try it. White and twelve
tints. Cheaper and better than paint,
kalsomine or paper. Disinfects and
prevents diseases. Beautiful sample
card free. By druggists, hardware
and paint dealers. $150 given away.
8. MANSHIKl.D A CO., Morachin.
r WILBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER
K OIL AND LIME. A
h: n r- o 0
VIlbor'H wi l l f r OM himI l.lmf.-
Thfl grrm impuUritr of thin dnfn mul Ptlion
ci'u rt)arft(toD i al'-no Httrtbutiible to it
intnniMo worth. In tho cur of Coutrhs,
C'tildn, Ath;iift Urtiiu-hi.'ifi, Vhtoinit
CnUkh. Sorofulnufl Humor, nnd nil Con
ruini'tive (Symptom, it tus no ruiiorior, if
eiuKl. Let no one noailei't th rnryBymp
tom cf tiipait when nn rtitont at littnd
hioh will ruro All rninpt.'tiut tit tho '"host,
Luni'flor Thr-Mit. MnniitHi turoJ only hy A.
It. Wn.noR, Cht'mim, Bout m. SoKl hy all
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thounfinclH ot tHiiinoni.ih nrnv in mri
iMiuiiikiisr m, ih.h tivt.a.i-i l(l,o,'
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ltir.LK" inTo.iH-in.n by Hev. .!. II. Vis
cnt, lo.l). tui i ten; ia iiild 'ft In a tow
ol T4 peor'e: one '. n a vM'i-ve ol 7'M;on
new event in lo .1 : ,ne iu ' succefr
siveweesp; one 4 in :t iia p at itvu di crept
times. kper:rt).e not nov:iry ltress
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I waa a great aufferer from Dyspepsia
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became really debilitated, aud Waa con
Ituutly atllieted with Headache and DizzW
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In a abort time my digestion and appetite
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I commenced hiking Ajer's Pills, and, be
foru finishing half a box of this medicine,
iy appetite an. I strength were restored.
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by us for six boxes, acoompanied witii
we will send the nurcbuser our written
guarsr tm to refund the money if the treat
ment doe 'ot ofiect a care. Guarantees
Issued only b A KKNKF.RT Urai
glfttji, Mimnht. T
0J KOWN'N I K(l f ITTER"
proved an invaluable jaiedy to M .Mi
ciaol Hirney, 212 VVashini on stre t, Mem-
his, Tenn., f. r diarrhi a n. dyspepsia. He
nys it acta like a charm woen other medi
"London" Trouser stretcher
Patented in Kurone and Uni
ted States, etolw AnviH in
I nurd ftlHtra forcelrb-ated
John Hamilton A Co.,Strtch
er. Takes bntttflnir of
avnr'A rentores pantaloons to
or ginal shape. Only patented
Stretcher combiulngscrew r. a
in combination wtttt clamps.
All others infringements.
Oriitinal and on Mrclclirr
rnr icrnlleineu'' ne U
F.i.res reourely packed. Price ti W. Write
lor circular'. Anciits wnnien in every put.
U. W. KIMMWftN . Hiwlw.l'
itRdws-K mot BiTrKRHfrntD
Mm 4 I) Trfsmnnt. 1H Mftdtf
ttMt. rtlAinitkiil. Tnn. . htl trouM(i With
btlinunpois. (t utreugtbened him iu be folt
likf r new orc!turn.
Valley Lands for Sa'e Cheap
T tiWN about tSOO acres of TIMRER
I 1.AV1W in U.0ii-F rountv. MlSM4tilpm
on and neur llm liui of the LouisvtUr, New
Origins ami lc Railroad. I will either
sell t n a bi'dv ia small tracts to suit pur
cha"cr. Pa-tie desiring f'tie timber or
go. d lands f ir agricultural purposee are in
vited to examine these lands liefore buying
elwwhero. Price from $' to HO per acre, one
third cah. bai:ime i.n easy teru,s with It er
cent, personam interet.
I'll (ITT. Ro'e.U'e. Vi.
m ri i K.H him:.
. Pender, M Fourth
Tenn. when Kuffenng from
avs ne could feel an iiu-
.T-.mnt ev'-v i-,y.
A book ol ltso pages.
ibv oest boos, tor
anadvei tiser tocon
sult, be he experi
enced or otherwi-e.
contains lie's ol
. ... , r- i ..,im.fj,s o tbe cost of ad-
rertunig. T'ie advertiser who wants to siend
one dollar, ir i.- .1, it the lutormation he re
uuire.! ilc m who will invest one
hot dred th. " if t dollars in avertf.ng, a
-het ,.. m n.i.catrd which wnl meet h;
eiery reg it. ciuti.', or c .n be ma.le to do o
by slight chan. ,u.,ly arrived at bv corre
spend, n.-e. une hundred and ntly-tt.ree
editions have been isaued. Sent, iixtpiji.l.
to any address or 'en tl.rA'Z2? "r!j
P. KtMKl.L i Ph.. NKWsPAPr h AD
VEKl lSlNt bl'RFAVU! M'rueest. tPrint
ng Uuuee Snuure , York.
AY, JUNE 3. 18SG.
Ntlll In Ihe nearkcl,
209 MAIN STREET, t
Oils ? JSTxx Stores
OHIrn, S4 Front Strept, Me mphfa, Tenn.
SH'OLEOS HILL, Frehldent.
is Citric Gil lis. Co.
DOES A UEXKBaL FIRE AND AAKIS1E BrNINESS.
A QUARTEU OF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
FURSTENnEIM, WM, I. COLE, JAMES REILLY,
S. MANSFIELD, L. IS. MYERS. W.
l(lice--lf iHailiNon Ntreet, Mem phis. Tenn
JOHN RE ID.
R. E. LEK.
E. T iKE dk: OO.p
37G-378-380-38S-384-38G feecond street, 80Hth ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
Monltlluic, I.nltia, VsHlnr Poalai and Plrhrla.
Crab Orchard Water
I Of-ntllne Cmb Orrhnrd Halts tn snatod
CRAB OWCHARD ' TEW CO.
ti. Day it Son.
W. M. HOKTOSJ,
Late of Ueaobam a ilorton.
Late of J.
DAY, HOE.TON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn.
L. D. MULLINS, of lata J. R. Godwin & Co.
Cotton Factors SCommission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor.
"1APON STRINGS AND BATHS (Alkaline
J Llthia Waters; also Fine Iron Waters),
Hampshire Co., W. Vs.. No fogs. No mala
ria. Where the sick and overworked soon
recover, and the well are always happy.
Send for pamphlet. W. II. PALtC, Prop
Utll.OK SiPKIMiH-A beautiful health
resort. The waters of these Springs haye
long been known for their remarkable cura
tive qualities. The springs are seven in
number, each spring containing different
curative powers. The bath house is supplied
with water Irom oertain mine-al springs.
These ' aths in einneetion with drinking the
water from the springs suited to the invalids'
ailment act powerfully on disease. These
different waters have no equal for the ooreof
all kidney and bladder troubles, rheuma
tism, paralysis, neuralgia, dyspepsia, scrof
ula, cataxih, rhronic alcoholie poisons, fe
male weaknesses, all diseases of the liver
and spleen, hemorrhoids, dropsy and ail dis
eases of the abdominal and pelvio viscera,
weak, debilitated constitutions, and as an
efficient brain and nerve tonio this water ha
no equal in tbe world. These springs are lo
cated in Clay county, 111., five mile north of
Clay City, a village on the main line of the
Ohio and Mississippi railway, liti miles from
St. Louis, 23X miles from Cincinnati, 220
miles from Louisville, Ky. Excursion tick
ets for sale at all ticket offices of the O. A M.
R. R., and connecting lines. Write for cir
culars andothe information 'o
C. E. HILTS. Proprietor,
Sailor Springs. Clav county. III.
GRAND HOTI'.L, A I.I'M NPKINUN,
Kockbridge Co., Va. High up in the
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and benutiluily shaded lawn.
Gas, electric bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
expresi offices on the promises. Table the
very best. Luxuriously furnished rooms:
suierb band of music. Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for vis
itors, June l.rth. Wnt'n: Alum, Chalybeate
and ret-alow. R.T. WILKIN SON .Man 'gr.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
M initomery lenatj ,'.,
Having been thoroughly repaired and hand
somely furn shed, will be opened for the re
ception ot visitTS on June 1, iHXti. For par
ticulars apply to UEUKUK W. VaUU, Mana
ger, Montgomery Springs Postoffice, Mont
iiomery county. Va.
Immediately on the line of the great Ches
apeake and Ohio railroad. The most cele
bratidoi all the mountain resorts, and one
of the oldest ai.d most popular ol
AMtRI'AN WATEK1SH TLACFS,
Will open for the season June 1st. Klevation
above tide-water, 2U1 feet: surrounding
wountains. :Vil feet. Pamphlets oeorib.ng
hysienio advantages can be had of the agent
of the C. it S. W R. K , or of
B. F. EAKLK, Superintendent.
Flm'M ctmiiiirr U"i'rt In America
Miinieloiika ItORcli. Wliun.
OTurs accommodations unetiuiilnl by any hi
ttil n the west. K-tes, W per Hny: 15 per
month. Circulars and lu I I,"''7..??nt
lniiui' lyoo app'itM'ion to klJlicNh MhllL,
Managor. St. PattL, Mirnr. .
Old Toint Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for the season of Wfi, beginning
Juno 1st, reduced 25 to !0 percenu, but
the highest standard of excellence inain-
USend for illustrated descriptive pamphlet
and terms. f N pjKE, M.n.ger.
Kalcigh Springs Hotel.
.X ..li. .'11 h snitt.lied witb the brst.
The room are nicely finished and care-
fuily atteotea 10. .", ,17.' V ,,,v
M. II Bl RROW A CO..
WILL be oened June 1st. Th's noted
watering-place is situated six miles
from iKtna Furna.-e, on the isasnvuie anu
11 raa. in
Tenn. Hack will meet 111 irini n
and will convey guests to spring at a very
lloanl. 820 Per Mnlhi 81 Per Dy.
hltwiHl Hitlrw l estmlilr.
We invite all who wish to spend the most
Pleanant sea'on of their lives to come to
Benverdntn. especially seekers of ployure
and health, tiood water and pure air in
111 nni.rsTOJi bkos.,
I.ivervmen, Centrevi'Ie. Tenn.
x;. H.py-S, Proi.'r I'entreville tlo'fl.
UHOWti IKON II ITT II Its rl-JJ
rettrcd tho enetgy and viulity of at
W llou't n, Metui his, Tenn . ahen wo
and .msoiatel trom chil a and foyer. One
but Je caused itti r -vement.
with n fall aorl
s MEMPHIS, TENN.
W. N. WILKL'KiSON, Ticn-f reslilea
A Rcmnlvforall nisiasof ttirx.lTer.HloV.
neya, siuiniwn and luiwf-la. A poaitivog
run. f..r ll..un.ll. Mlk IIB.l M
f'onallltullon. iltiae. I to X taiaDuoDfils.
at lii't'i.fj.M tM. No wiiufne salts sold 111 bnlk.1
XIMIIN N. JtlNFH. M'r. Uulvllln. kr.
3. W. RAII.F.T.
Late of Bailer Corlngtol
JAS. T0NOE, late of J. W. Caldwell A J-
Front and Union. Memphis.
Cn NCERY SALE
Ul AT, ESTATJK.
No. B955, R. D. Chaneery Court of Shelby
county. Grace L. Anderson et al vs. Sul
lie M. Johnston et al.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
sad , entered in the above cause on the
2(lth day cl May, W6. N. B. 62, page 629,
I will sell, at publio auotton.to the high
est bidder, in front 0' the Clerk and Mas
tar's office, courthouse ol bhelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
iatarrtny, Jane 13, 1886,
within lega hours, the following described
preperty, sitnuied In bhelby eounty, Ten
The certain lot No S In block 53, on the
plan of South Memphis on the south line of
Lind n street, fronting said street 50 feet
and running back between parallel lines 230
leet, upon which is erected a two-story
frame residence No. 279 Linden street. Also,
the 14 49-100 acres, being all that part of a
twenty-aore tract in Shelby county, begin
ning at a stake on the easi boundary line of
the John Hainsey NKiO-aore grant! thenoe
south 15 chains 40 links to a stake; thenoe
east 12 chains and 11 links to a stake; thence
north IB chains "'.'Slinks to a stake on the
routh side of McLemore avenue; thence
south 83 west with the south side of raid
avenue 12 chains and 50 links to the begin
ning the whole description containing 20
acres', mo'e or le". and excepting therefrom
5 51-100 acres at the northwent corner, here
tofore sold to M. U. Johnston, which 5 51-1110
acres begins at the northwest oorner of said
tract; thence south with the east side of
Kaloigh avenue 600 feet; thence east patallel
with McLemore avenue 401) feet; thenee
north parallel with Raleigh avenue 600 feet
to the south line of McLemore avenue:
thence west to the beginning. The 14 40-100
acres so to be sold will be subdivided and
sold according to said subdivision, a plan of
which will be on file in this office before the
dav of sale. , ' . ,
Terms ot Sale One-fourth (M) cash; bal
ance in six and twelve months, secured by
notes with approved security, bearing inter
est f re t dnte; lien retained and redemption
barred. This Mny 21, 188. , , .
S. I. MoDOtVKLL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Poston j Poston, Solictors.
KrowVn IROHI BITIKR HAS
been ued by Mrs. Mary Hill, 2M Lin
den street, Memphis, Tenn., for live' trouble
and malaria with great benefit. She calls it
especially valuable for borne use. .
JUNK 16, 1SH6, we
J will s.ll
for non-resident owners, at
publlO OUtcry. on 1110 .ruiino, .u. ""J -
die property known as the "Claybroek Sub
division, "lying between Poplarstreet on the
north and Vnion avenue orehe south, and
just beyond tho residence of John Overton,
jr., on linion avenue. The property ha
been divided into ac-e lots so as to suit the
wants of purchasers buying much or little.
It is convenient to the street care, on Poplar
street, and tbe grade and road bed is being
prepared for graveling the road . in front ol
it on Union avenue, we believe it to be the
most suitable property for residenses on the
marke. and an opportunity to bny such
property is eeldora offerel. Property is
being rapidly sold for residences east of the
city, because it is not cat up by railroads as
In the ncrthern and southern port ons of
Tb.HMS One-third csh: balance in one
and two years, with 6 per cent, interest.
Slaps can he seen at our office until day of
sa I e. OVKKT O iONusVl NOR. Agts.
KHOWR'N 1ROSJ IIIITIKH WAS
osed by Mrs. Kate Stephenson, 2ri Pey
ton avenue, Memph s, Tenn., in one of the
mo't stubborn cases of chills she ever knew
and it cured. See gve it to her children
with good results in bowel disorder and dyt
It i: AT, ESTATE.
No. 4sfi4, K. D. fhancery Court of Shelby
county. Asa Selby et al vs. H. J. Ho -lingsworth
virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above cause on the
Aihil.i ol .Mar. lNiS. M. B. 52. D. 51:1. 1 will
I sell at public auction, to the highest biiMer,
1 1. nl th fUrlr mnd MiLJIjir'a office.
curthoue 0. Shelby county, .Memphis, ion
ealardaj, Jnne 13. lSNfl,
within legal h -iu s, the following described
property, situated in Shtlby county, Ten
nentee. to wit:
The remainder interest of the hetre ot
Louis Selby, sr , deceared, in and to lots 19
and 20. of oiock N, on tbe plan of the city ot
Memphis, on Ro!.s avenue, north of Poplar
st eet, ea.-h fronting Ross avenue 75 Icet
with a dcrth of U"', feet.
For fuiler desrMiftton of the above prop,
erty rcf-rence is here made to the records of
Termsof Sail? One-fourth ca,h: balance
in six and twelve nonths, secured by nele
with approved security; lien retained and
redemption barred. This May 2i, 1.
t. I. Mrl'OW' EI L, Clerk and Master.
" II. F. Walsh. IVpnty l lerk and Mater.
Foston Jl Foston, Solicitors.
DIt. D. 8. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 JeffprsoH 8trt,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
iEtabliehed in I06O.I
D R.JOHNSON is acknowledged by all par
ties interested as by far the most suc
cessful physician in the treatmentof private
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent enreD
guaranteed in every cae, mule or female.
Recent cases of Uonorrhea and Syphilis
cured in a f w days without the use of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance from,
business. Secondary Syr hilis, the last ves- .
tige eradicated withoutthe use of mercury.
Involunsary loss of semen atoped in short ft
time. Sufferers from im potency or loss of
sexual powers restor eto tree viiror in a few
weeks. Victims of s e-abuse and excessive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
loss of physical nd mcntul power, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the liseaea ol Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
withoutthe use of caui'tioor the knife. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi- '
eines sent by express to all parts of the
t-Worktngroen cured at half the naoaj'r
rntes. Office hours from ft o'clock a.m. to ft
o'clock p.m. 1). S. JOHNSON. M.f.
lHvs IK4SSJ liirrt itH fntro
Mr. Godfrey C Kubler, 412 Main street,
Memphis, Tenn., of dyspepsia wren all other
medicines were powerless to relieve it. lie
11 AI ESTATE,
No. 4fi52, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Stste of lenneweo vs. Lisiie B.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above cause on the
25th day of January, lttsii, M. B. 51, page
1H7, 1 will fell, at public auction, to the
hightst bidder, in front ot the Clerk and
Master's office, courthouse of Sholby county,
Memphis, Teen., on
Hatnrday, Jane 19, 1888,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in fhelby county,
Tennessee, to-wit: Lot 5, block 15: Be
ginning 118 feet east of the northeast in
tersection of Desoto end Klliott streets, on
the north side of Klliott street; thence
north K0 feet; east 32 leet: south 101 feet to
Elliott street, and west with said street 32
feet to the beginnini . S"ld as the property
ef Noah Partee ind others.
Part of lot 14, blocs 5, west side of Walnut
street, 14 1 IM) leet. Seld us the property of
LntS, block 54, west side of Rnth s'rrsTt,
60x142 leit. Sold as tho property ot II. Ilor
ton, James Hunter and others.
Terms of bate On a credit of six months;
notes with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien refined, rodsmption barred.
Ihis Mny 20, issrt.
K I. MnDtJWELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Depa y 0. and M.
F. II. and C. W. IUitkell .JBoIb.
KKUWIM'N IRON lilllFItt OM.
pletely eradicated malariul poison
from the system of the little son of Mrs.
Pearce, 450 Poplar street, Memphis, Tenn.,
when suffering from chills and fever. Qui
nine failed to benefit him.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing;.
I'lre, Wind, Water and 1 lirhtnlnK
proof Suitable for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimates at factory rates,
call en or address
MEMPHIS METAL 4 WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main St., and 21 23 Mulberry it.,'
Headquarters for Iron F-no s and Cresting,
Galvanised Iron Cornice.Tin Roofs A Moves.
No. 4654, R. Chancery Court of Phelby
county State of Tennessee vs. Emily
Backet tet a).
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above cause on the
14th day of May, 1885, M. B. 48, page 105,
I will sell, at publio auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master'l
office, Court-house of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Halardax, Jane 10, 1888,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in. Shelby eounty, Tenn.,
Lot 13. block 5, Brown'i snbdivision.
fronting 80 leet on the east side of LaRoae
street, and running back 175 leet. Soldaa
the property ot fiuiily Sackett, W. W. Luck
ett and others.
Part of lot 7, block 63, southeast corner of
Gayoso and Hernando streets, 25x63 feet.
Ho d as the property of the Workingmen'i
Building and Loan Association, K. Buchig
Part of lot 9, block 63. et sirle of Her
iando street, adjoining Carter, 45x135 feet.
Part of lot 9, block 63, east side of Her
nando street, north ef Maydwell'a, 35x115
Let 2, block 45: Beginning at a point on
the south side ot Beale street, 52 feet east of
the corner of Beale and Causey streets;
thence southward with Johnson's line 78
feet: thence eastward 25 feet; thenee north
ward 78 feet to Beale street: thence west
ward with the south side of Beale street 25
feet to beginning. Sold as the property of
Rocco Boggiana and others.
Terms cf Salo-On a creditof six months;
note with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This May 20, lSdri.
S. I. MrDOWELL, Clork and Master.
By H.F. Walsh, D. C. and M.
F. H. and C. W. Heiskell, sohoitor.
ROH VN 1 HOIS' HITTERS 4JBKAT-
Iv benefited Mrs. M. t. I uckley, Mem
phis, Tenn., when troubled with liver dil
order and indigestion. She regards it as
standard family medicine.
LB m etr saw m
K3 MarketStnTl, Tjimcirillp I? 1
"ft ThirH And Fourth
form of PRIVATE.
ut the mult oftcir-sbutw tn jnath, ii'tm It ntv
.urt?i jtr. or otiift cauf. ina pmiwicii otueo. ai r
4tidii . nvt NrTounM 8uruinal 1 minion 't;
Units tT drfarui). DiraDKK of I'iKiit, Prfrctire Us Th
ialtWij Puui'lesna cb jkvcf'rn U'!(icieiy s.'yfnn',
'.infuikiij of :def, of isxutl Power, ir . rrv&r.iaf
Mrtifijc luprtoii"r or uohmppf, n lborouj(hl nd prm-i-Bivdf
SYPHIL IS PUv',ly nuMl
11-1 fnm tu ji.t.-f- Gonorrhetv
GLEET, ftrktur. 'Ptbili Ktrnift iw Xumui,;
s u J ttiOiT private diwT nutck'.j cured,
h it wr If.ei v4eat that a phf ilrUo wtio ptp irwclai attcsuitcV
k vrAiD claw of diwftMi. ml UwUnt tbiuiandt anao
til, artinire treat ikill PhrnlMaa kiiowitiftUilii fart off
fN-orLtai-n.! wnfti! to mi oar. Woen it li iDrxootftitfD' i
i.ii iho ft1" tmimraL KjrdvHoi'i cxk m pnta'j
nii by mis if or ekpress aajwhert.
.. vps Onarantnnd in all Com-)
' i.uiuu"usi jrrr.nani o Vtt' free am) "n'!tSa
hrti 'vfLMQaV ant oorTTtKuieto etnoUf 'swvitau-
t Jlli)rffea. t-nt tt mny W sw wu'ert teevj, flut tr.irtti
'fiit (houl1 ) rt1 b aJi, Adilrni i
F. h.mrsi . M n , C VrAaja, 1 tmm P '
No. 215, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Harriet K. Smith vs. M. Owec
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
sale entered in the above cause on the
ITthdaj of May, liiitj, M. B. 52, page f97.
I will sell i t nublio auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Master!
office, courthouse of tine by county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Nalnrdny. Jugs 1J 1HH,
within ieal t-nurs, th toll-iwing doscribed
property, situated in Shelby county, Ten
nessee, to wit :
Lots 1, 2 and f. of the subdivision made in
this came in tbe yenr H. aj shown by re
port filed herein April 12, 1S7S.
Lot 1 fronts south side ot Hiyoso street 32
feet, with a dei th ol about 1-M leet.
Lot 2 trms sme s:rect Ai Uet, with about
the same depth.
Lot t frouts sume street 30 ftct 9 inches,
with a dei-th of abnur R.S f-ct.
To the plan ol subdivision reference i
hie made. , .
lerms of Sale-Cr a credit of six. twelve,
eighteen and twentv-tour months, l urrhaser
executin notes with ai rn ve i tecuriiy hew
ing i t. rest tro o oa e hen ret'rrd and re
aemi'tion ht e t. Thif Vy Ji, lw,
8. I M-li.W H.l . Clerk acd Master.
By H. t Wal-h, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Poston k l'ostott, bolicitors.
j ; 'if !,v' rr, wtf wt,-fi"'"r