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COL. BOB. LOO.NEY CAPTURES
FATETIE COUMT, lENJf...
W tiat tbe Wheelers Are Dolus In Ar-kana-Tne
White Ha.sls la
Somkkvii.i.e liffiurtrr aiul Fatnm :
Tht-re lias been no eon est in wliieh
the rights of the iolt worts involved
Binco t ho wur, in wiiieh C 1. Ixmney
liiw not tiorne lion's part of the bur
dens aii' 1 reKjtonttihilities Not an
oHi.'c-ptrker, Iih has been ever ready
to serve the interests of his party at
tr y anil all times, and now when lie
comes liefore thepeijile as an asirant
for honors in their gift, they can do
no better than confer ioiior ou them
eelves by selecting one of their noblest
sons for the position lie seeks. Col
L oney is in the prime of life, hale,
hearty' and of well-biilaiced intellect,
lie loniliines all those qualitita which
comiiit-ncl him to the party as its
leader in the next caucus, lie is a
man of tfinemte habits, larjre and
eomprelie.isive biiHinens tjuulitica
tiniis, close powers of penetiation, an
aire, forcible and eloquent speaker'-a
man of nrny warm friends in all por
tions of the Mate. These are ou li
tie which hih'y recommend linn to
the thoughtful consider .tion of the
(iiihernatorial Convention, und ipiali
ties wl icb, if ciirefully examined, w ill
pi are i'l his In ikIh theitandard of the
Ui iiti i ai v in the coming (allilretion
Hulks (Ark ) JVurM: A number of
County Whe Is have held their meet -iiiun
in ureofdance with President
Is ac Met'rsvken'a prochniiiition, ami
those who I ave iiiHtrurteil their dele
ca'es to vote against nominatiiiir a
State Wheel Ticket lire Yell, M. I rau
cis, Oayhead, 1 "depeiuleiire, Howard,
Prafrie and I'liillii.H, whileMarion
O unity Wheel refuses to even send a
delegate, or to have a' ytliiiitf to do
with the ticket if nominated. We
venture the assertion that the State
Wheel will not nominate a Sta'e
Jackhos iWi'mnVi'i'in : The - Con
Kivsioiial race in the river district will
probably be much mixed and very
exciting. It is mw almost certain
that Jud(;e KimrHll will oppose the
Democratic nominee, which will
probably be T. 0. Catchinijs. Mr.
Oatchintrti has been gloriously con
verted from his youthful indiscretion
of advocating a one term idea, ami
like nil true statesmen he fulls int
the line of pro irem and rears aloft the
banner with it customary mo to: "A
second tun for endorsement." The
friends of the eloquent Maj. Magiuder
think that after lien. Culchings bus
syrved the State for near a doten
years, in so wise ami able a manner,
that he needs no endorsement at the
bands of a lira eful people. Judge
Warren Cowan makes a dire threat
run on the cold water ticket, regard
less of all party entanglements.
Jackson Miatutiiipinn : The Aber
deen Kmmiiur't war upon John Allen
rendnds us Hint mime of Privato
John's BiiporterB might, if they were
not too high toned, retort with the
liOwry slogan of last year: "J)isup
pointnient ho w mted the postollice
personal prejudice." etc. Jiut John's
friends are men of honor, and would
acorn to attribu'e impure motives to
any Journal because it now sees tit to
oppose him, no mutter how arden.ly
itoica supported him. Wo do not
believe the Examiner capable of op
po ing Allen's re-election through
personal prejudice, for it is not a ma
licious but an honorable journal.
llMiHiMiriHi (Ark.) Workman: Tbe
Southern J'alrint has saved the Democ
racy of this district a great trouble
ami expense, by ascertaining that
Punn ami Cate will not get but
tuenty-three votes together, while Mr.
(iovau will recive thirty one in the
Congrcesioual Convention. But the
Patriot has given this county to Judge
Cate, while we were thinking it would
probably go for Ptinn,
Helena (Ark ) World: The Democ
racy of 8t Vrancis county held a mass
uniting at Forrest City one day last
week and elected a Democratic Kxec
titive Committee; tbe Executive Com
mittee elected Mr l'lissell Chairman.
This does not coufl' m the report in
circulation that Mr. Dunn will not
carry his own county, and that the
Democracy of that county had set
dow n on hi m and his lieutenant, John
l'nrhani,Kci Mr Fussell is a brother-in-law
of Col. Dunn.
I.ittk Hoik, (Ark.) Vmorriif : The
announcem nt of I Ion. 11 H. Buttle as
a candidate for re-election as Associate
Justice of the8uprenieCourtw.il be
found in the lemncrtit of to-dny.
Judge Puttie was elected less than a
year ago to till the vacancy on the
Supreme bench cause d hvifio death
of the lamented Judgs Kiikin. In this
Important and resnonsible nosition he
has met the highest expectations of
ms menus in met tne people, irre
spective of party, are so well pleased
with Judge Battle that there is an
almo-t nuiversal desiro to see him re
elected J ackson (Miss.) Clarhn: The result
ot the Congressional canvass in Mndi
son county inu t bo excee tingly grati
lying to Maj Parksdale. He was tin
choice of everv district convention
aod the unanimous choice of the
co.intjr convention. His faith in the
peopie oi uie district, ot which he is
the representative, who have watched
him at tbe post of dutv, an I are still
wHicinnir nun, is well loumted. As he
has not disappointed tiiein they will
Hot ilisappoint him.
Ja kn (Miss ) Clirion: The host
of frie idsof Senator .1. ti. Hamilton.
whose name has been very prominent
i a caiMiuaie lor L'oiil'ivkr in the
K.fth District, w ill sincerely regretjhis
wiiinirawai iroin tne contest. We
hav known Col. Hamilton f .r ninnv
vears, and under nil ciicunis'ances';
have seen him sexeivlv tested, and
know him to In a gentleman of
stermg merit, und one who would
represent our State inos' creditably in
the national councils. His recognized
ui: it ml and intellectual foive entitle
Uiiu to high consideration; and al
though he may not. for the present,
serve the people in Congress, thev will
continue to avail themselves of his
talents and experience ii soma other
Knk.wii.lr (Tenn.) Trilmnr : We
are i ifo nied that every candidate for
Siipr-'?!--. f'onrt Ju l" in Hast Ten-iH'"-ire,
with a simile exception, hiw
?n 1 ),----' I the 'ViIit'.! suvrestion to
1! ve t!i'- ipi' ion ot h led ing two
-aiidii;::-'-. l';.eii this end id the State
.. i ..in IvhI T-nnessre delegates in
t i-;in.'nary eoiiferfi.ee the day be
i.rv tie Judicial Conveiition at Sash
v.i K . vili k i ' enn.i Trii"int : Some
of l e cand dat lor Sii)re:iie Court
liext v . ck W :l!
ease theiiiwlve lown hy allowine
their names to lie nsed in connection
with the Gubernatorial nomination.
TiiK .Mobile .'.ywrhi raised the
question of representation in the
Democrats (,'onv-ntion on the wi ite
basia. It B'ys certain counties large'y
inhabited i y i egroes, have a w hite
population of !M :"' and are repre
sented by "(ll delegates in the Slate
Convention, while another group of
ccunt'e where the w t ites are in ex
cess of th blacks, t'.e whites numlier
ing l!H,.ri.')!, are represented by '201
votes in the same body. The Selma
Timrt critii'ss the p sition of the
llrgitttr: If we wre more curious
than wc are, we might auk with wht
propriety an accusation of unfairness
against the Democratic party lies in
the mouth of Mobile county, which on
the linji m't theory of a co'rett repre
sentation, has profited at the expense
of a down other counties. By the
Ibyittrr'i theory, is we understind it,
evey BHH) whites in a county ought
to have one vote in the convention
less a very sma'l fraction. Mobile
has a white population according
to the census of 18S0 of li7.1
and is allowed twenty six vctea in
the convention. On the same basis
Mobile has the a lvantigo of Baldw n,
Cleburne, Choctaw, Clay, DeKalb,
Jackson, lander lale, l,aw ronre, Mar
shall, Morgan, Madison, St. Clair and
Winston, for a 1 1 these counties re al
low d fewer I'eiegatesthun they would
be entitled to t n a basis of one de'e
gate for evi ry KM) ) whites in the
county. And v;lmt, if ttill moved by
curiosity, as we nre not, we should aK
the R- tji ier w hat 'Sthe real proportion
betwei-ii whites and blacks in Mobile
county at present? Th ecu-us shows
fiat the negro popuhitimi of Mobile
county is increas ng, while the w hite
population is diminishing, ami in the
face of this fact we inightask if Mobile
is in u position to cry down the pres
ent rate of representation and invite a
disruption of the party'.'
KUHIN AND I.
Hwent, ffweut it fell through thenvontni dew,
A luuf i lint whj ulj fmu iinir new.
A dear llttls ruliin with antrlnt vest,
Wai biddiUK good night to th nun in tht
Sweat, aweet wm the ilraln of the rheorr
An it ijuiveririf eudonoa the glad sir stirred.
He Heemed to ony, in that nil might hear,
"0 the world ii bright, and uiy inHtoinlturt
A nd I love to fly on a fritrlro wing.
And 1 luve, i luve to Ming, tu ling."
Yen. my robin, and an do I,
Willi a aong Unit ia lulu tn reach the aky.
The world ia bright and my home ia fai-,
And tbe love of uiy Father ia everywhere,
And I have never riiiuplulnt tn make,
Aa from morn to even my way I take,
Hut ever and only thin wnr 1 to ay:
"thank Ouit for the gilt ol another day."
When you and I, little bird, nre done
With all our Hinging beneath ihe aim.
There will yat he other! our not en to mine,
And till the earth with the Ma'er'a limine.
Marirmt A. HiiHfintfr,
Jtuaeyaj Id mianUaippl.
UoFcdale Istider: We note with
plejsu e that tamo ot our laigo plant
ers are turning their utniti n in part
io viiu prtnti nun nr to in tiHiiveu
from lire ttock niising. When the
Ka e Ad.nm roandtd to on her last
Knday's trip sl e pat ofl for Mr. Chas.
Sjo't, the able uwver of this pi tee
and the Urgtst Undowner and cottin
planter in the county, a sm ill herd of
bfluu if ii I Jersey cows and eilvaa.
There wtre i inehsrd in a'l, and they
weie pretty as a picture. Their faw o
like apiiearauce, their velvet-like
skin and their giaccful lmvements at
ttaded our altentijn at a distunce.
and n guiing Into their large and
fxpteseive vvtt we were completely
captivated, Uluss l eantiful orbs with
long silken-like lathes, "wIkso jntly
fringe" hdes the r oft, emoolh chet-ks
below can on'y be cempsred to the
bewitching eyes of a lively woman,
md after, teaing this held wo no
longer wonder at tho e who ara vio
lt ntly sll'.cted with the Joriey fever.
Ve iiy, the Jtrsey Lily herself is
not more Rraclyor ni ne beautiful.
These animals ar of tho "ctomeaU
creme" oi Piof. Mayes's Oxford herd,
kclu-Mng lu their number his Queen
o( Desoto," a muguitliient caw, that
tested fourteen pounds thirteen ounces
of butter in seven (Uys wi h her first
all on ordinary farm treatment.
They, with o thorn previously bought
and owned bv Mr. Scott, will form the
nucleus ot a herd which he will estab
lish at his home plantation, adj lining
town, and we priplnsy ilmt befors
nunv yenrs the "Kosedale Herd" will
s'and at the head of the list. Mr. N.
H. Scitt, who went toOxb rd af er the
beauties, informs us tl at he also
brought over two eq'udly lit e ones fi r
that ptogrcfi-ive and sine s fill young
plsuter, Mr. John M. Kir. We
htattdy wish huh gnnt'einen suc:e
wi h their liae, pure-I re. I cattle, and
ca.not but expresi pbasire it thiii
t r nuy other intell g-nt effort
towa'd divernifyintf ihi Indus
tiiea of th:s ciiintry. Our rich
foil has a rapacity fur prnduriog
cl ver and grass of nearly all kinds
equal to any, North or Sjnth, and
stamps this afction as a grrat s'ork
cou try wh'cb, added to its woild
wide reputation aa the cotton region,
can rot fail in the new future to bring
wenlth to ' thedwellerstd the Valley.
With landi tint can and do produce
without fertilizers a bale to a bale end
a halt of cotton to tbe acre, or three
tons ot clover hay, or fifty bushels of
core, and with an improved system of
levels which has jnpt withstood a high
water, in many p aces higher than the
water of 1882, and our new raihoad,
telerjph and telephone commnnica
turns we really do not wondr at the
m ,m y acd strong indications of an
eily boani in Valley lands.
Branltry Tonr Ham.
Finish the walls and ceilings with
Alabastine. You can do it; inex
pensive; try it. White ami twelve
tints. Cheaper and better than paint,
kalsouiino or paper. Disinfect and
prevent diseases. Beautiful sample
curd frve. By druggists, hardware
and paint dealers. $.if0 given away.
8. HANSFIKLD A CO., Memphla.
Trllow-Prvcr Kptririnle on Ihe lath
iuu. Na Yokk, June :. Private ad
vices r reived to-d.iy from Colon state
that ye'low-fever ia now e p'dmic on
the l.-thinns. The aveiage daily num
ber of deaths frjm thi disavsj ah ne
is et JeJ to be about fer.v.
la lh Denr Old Dnye.
We dilfer in creed and politics, but
we ar. a unit all the fame on tbe de
Btri'hlrneas of a lino head tf hair. If
yr iro.nutbe h id this blessing
x-id crnament, a bottle or two of
Paper's Hair U;d;atn will make you
ln k i s yon did in t'" dear old davs.
It in wo'th trvirg. Tlie only etandard
5.1 (-nt article f n the hair."
iln.MrHolri U n( Mii Mob.
Nkw York, June I! C.:is A. Bttd
de.i ieck.tiie l irliier ot inu.l-bonss,
w us untencfd tot n ytar,' im
prioi.ni.nl H'lJ lined J.' HI for cum
'j'vVit, was tarty this mo'iiivg
if.'...':: S:n Sing p:?cn.
Memphis daily appeal Friday, .tune 4, issg
A SnOCKIAG ACCIDEST.
OXE MAS EI LI EI M) FOUR FA
Explosion of a I-momotlTe Under,
Uesaltiug in the Loss of Two
Lhes Store Blown Up.
WH.EtiNt;, W. Va., Jane 3.-A
shocking accident occurred on the
Ohio river ruil.oad trestle, just oppo
site, Thirty-second street, yesterday
afternoon. The trest e at this point
pa sos over a small creek, and is thirty-five
feet in bight A 6 o'clock a
hand car b-ar ng Kd. Foust, a section
boss and four hands, was parsing over
tho tretle, when Foust endeavored to
check the ipeed of the car by press
ing down the brakes, but losing his
balance he fell forwarJ in front of
the car. The wheels, striking hi
body, left the track, carrying the en
tire force of men down to the bed of
the creek below. A crowd quickly
gathered anil went to the men's res
cue, when it was found that four
members of tbe jiarty wera fatally in
jured and one killed outright. Mar
tin Conner wes cru-hed horribly
about tbe head and body, living hut a
few minutes. William Tucker and
Nick Kenner were badly cut about
the head, and are believed to bavo
sull'erd in'ernal injury. Fred. Jin
dlcbtrger had his right arm crushed,
and was badly bruised nt ut the
head. F.d Foust, the boss, wa in
jured internally, and will likely die.
All the moil are married und have
Wiikkli.no, W. Va., Juno 3.-The
Baltimore and Oiiio local freight en
gine So 412, while standing on the
track in (he yard at Ihdlaire, ()., this
morning, exploded the boiler with
terrific force, Killing Kngineer Johns
ton, F reman John Vandever and Mat
Hammond, engineer of engine No.
all of Newark, O. Two of the
bodies were blown one hundred yards.
Fragments of the locomotive were
hi wn th ough tho adjoining houses,
with great damage to furniture. The
shock was felt all ovor Bellaire, break
ing glass in windows squares uway.
Nlnre Wrrehrtl bj an Kaploslon.
Dktroit, Mien., Jane II.-Late last
nig it in F.eor o, a smnll town west of
here, an explosion wrecked the store
of Joseph Sidliotte and badly in
jured four persons. Miss Carrie Sd
liotto, aged ighteen, had her left
wrist broken and received internal in
juries. Columbus I.abie, Salliotte's
son-in-law, was taken from the wreck
insensible and hlo-diog from wounds
in his head and chest. Hois in a
pre arious condition. Halliotto und
his wife wore badly shaken up but
were not seriously injured. Others
were in the building but miraculously
e.'cped. 'Ihe house was a complete
wreck. Loss about $I(!OJ. Tho cause
of the xplosion is a mystery.
THE LAW f ms si ill TALKIXU.
4'ontlnnMlon of Arirnnienta In Ihe
St. Louis, Mo., Jane 3 The argu
ments in the Maxwo 1 cue we e con
tinued to-day, and as the cou n el have
cot been limited in nspeit t) time
their conclusion can be predicted w.ta
no deg'ca of rettsi, ty, and the case
may not go ti the iury until Biturday.
H'rong speeches hare not had tho
etl'ect of diminishing the audiences,
wboss inb rBt in the fats of the pris
oner is not leps than when the sensa
tional evidence was helm introduced.
The argument o! Mr. Fauntleroy of
the coumel for the defeuso had an
evident eHjet upon the jury, and
those who have believed up to this
time that conviction of mutdtr ia the
firat degree would eoiUinly bathe
verdict are wavering in their opinion.
The defendant obseived wi h stif.fac
tlon this effect npon the jury, and
when he walked into the cmrt-room
this morning it was with a less de
spondent and more hopeful a pear
ance. Mr. McDjra'd of the projec
tion continued his argumout th!s
morning. He will be followed by
Mosw. Manin and Clover for the de
fendant and Slate respectively, who
will probably occupy the reinaiuder of
to-day, all to-morrow and a part, of
A Urtiit LorkOnt Thritaleuf l at
St. l.oi'is, Mo., June 3 A great
lock-out ot planing-ojill employes a id
carpenters, 15,01)0 in all, s threatened.
When Ilia demand fir eight hours
was made by the Dlaning-mlll em
ployes it was iefuied, and a maj nty
of the employers combined t5 up! old
the old ten-hour fys'em. The Plneaix
mill, however, remained ou'side ot
the combiiutiou and settled with their
men on a basis of nine hours' work
per day and an advacca cf 10 per
cm', in wsges. This was not sit'stmv
tory to the Amalgnma'ed Council of
Building Tradts and a s'rike was or
dered. The men refused to obey the
order and the council bivcotted the
Phceuix mill and its employes. This
caused several of the master buildeis
to abandon their woik in hand, and a
meeting yesterday adopted a resolu
tion, tbe purport of which was that
unless the hoyco't on tbe mill shall
be raised before Monday next, on that
day all building or business connected
with it will be stopped. This ac'ion is
of great Importance, for if the Amal
gamated Council persists ia it) boy
cott and the builder.) in their rosrjlu
t'oo, brxk'ayert, carpenters, ftjne
macons, cellar diggers and all the
workmen who depend on building fir
a livelihood will be thrown out of
emp'oymect w'lh but a few days'
Bai my odors from Spice Islands,
Wafted by the tropic breeze ;
SOZODONT in healthful fragrance
Cannot be surpassed by thee.
Teeth it whitens, purities;
You will use it if you're wise.
Aaolhrr Bomb lilaeovfrrat at (blew-it.
Chicauo, III, Jon9 3. A C'ymer
bomb about twelve ireh?s lorg, fully
chatg-d, and rpeiatett by clock-work,
was tound under the sidewtdk in front
ot Thomas Uriel's saloon, 54 West
Lske street, je;t8rr'ny, by Lieut.
Bronler. The works wera going
when tbe olhVer discovered it, but he
lifted i. very tend-rly, and took it to
tha Central 8 ation llouse. It is sup
posed by the officer that the machine
was left there by on o' the nnmerou
peis.ins of a leged Scialiitic tai den
cos win f r mnntl s have madotbe
sa ooa t'.n ir beadquart- rs
NeMHI'a l.iiiulxlon nf Pure
Cod l.iver t)il, w ith llypophosphites,
in Coiisumjttion (.nd Wast ng D s
eases. Dr. C W. Harringer, l'itts
hurg, Pa.. B;i-s: "I think your F.mul
cion of Cod' Liver Oil is a very tine
preparation, and tills a long-felt want
It is very useful in consump.ion and
Tho Aim rlrnu School of Oprrii.
Chicauo, III., June It. Mine.
Fu .c Jad;, Dirtitro:a otthe Ameri-
iao Si hool of Opera, which is the first
branch of the Nation 1 Conservatory
of Mns;ctf America, is beginning a
tour ol each State f jr tbe purpose cf
hesr'ng voices and jas'ing candidates
for aimissicn to the Conservatory, in
wh:ch the inet'U tion nndertbeb'st
teacher ie free, owing to the monifi
cn.ee of Mrs. Jeanoeite M. Thnrber
andnthtrj. Mme. Forsch-Madi, will
bold an elimination in Cen'ril Mas c
Halt, in this city, tdsy and ntxt
Friday. Tnis exunina'ion is sop
posed to be primarily in s'dents of
the State of Lltnoir, bet any Ami r.caa
bn sirgeri can pretent themsalves
THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTS.
Thev Will Br Admitted to Ball In
tbe Ham of 1000 F.arh.
Chicago, III., Jone 3. This af'er
noon Sla t's A tordey Orinnell and his
aiatru,t4 met Cipt, Black and Mr.
is er, ot counsel fcr tbe indicted
Anarcuists, in Jodge Kogers's court
room in order to fix a earn for bail for
Otcar Neebe. State's Attorney Orin
nell ta'd indictments had been re
turned ayainst Neebe fcr murder, con
spiracy and riot As it regarded tveiy
other pi raon mentioned in the indict
ments for murder, the State would ob
ject ab initi against each and eveiy
one cf tbem b'loir admitted to bail,
but by agreement with counsel Neebe
was made aa txiep'iou. Capt. liltck
made an appeal iu f ivor of Neebe, and
waa followed by At orney Ziiiher,
whri thargsd tht tbe Spate's AttDrney
had no confilence in his rase,
or he would not have admitted Neebe
to bail. Mr. Grinnell reuntcd
ti c ii s nnatiui. Judge Rogtra said:
'AftMr mature deliberation I have
made up my mind to admit Osca
Neebe to bail as f dlowa: O a each
charge ot riot, 10OO; on cocspiracy
indicment, t2500, on the murder iL
diitmeut, il2,(00. As there are two
indictaiui.t f)r rio, or inchirg rio', it
will makn his to: I bond U7,UX). Thi
I do at the siK-grtiitioa cl the Stj'e'e
Attoney and u:der hi3 agreement
with c litis-1. Id order to Bave t me
and Bimp'.fv ma'teis, all the parties
who ate indicted fcr conspiracy will
be admit ed to hail on fa;h charge in
the sum of $2idO. Each case of riot
will be admitted to bail in tbe sum of
Tbe Iron and Nieel Horkrra.
PiTTSBrito, Pa., June 3 The Amal
gamated Association of Iron and S eel
Workers m t tl is mornirg t. Turner
Hall, and alter adopting tha followu g
resolution adjourned until 2 o'c o k
this aft-rnoou. The iLt r mwiil le
occupied in con;mit ee woik.
HmAved, That this convention ex
tend its m'st hearfett congratuiatiots
to Presidmt Cleveland on the event
of his mtst happy joutney to tbe
s'nt of niHtrinioniid olirs. We hipe
his journey through life will be both
proaperoiii and happy, and that aH
bachelor l'ris dents will profit by lis
'lha iutroduct'on of the above
caused considerable hilarity, because
the elating sui-g st'oa was aimed
directly at President Weih of the a'Si
ciation, who is alsD a bachelor. The
rasolu ion was unonimously adopt d
Tbe iron wrrkiH were a unit in the
cordial ext rfsion of the sentiment of
Rip Vn Wii k e th9t Graver and his
bride mt-y live long and prosper.
The Brown Impeachment Trial.
Dks Moinks, Ia., June 3. In the
Impeachment trial this morning Jacob
Rich test fled ti the efforts made by
himself and Mr. James S Clarkson to
brirjg abouta se't'ementof the ironb'e
between Auditor Biown and Gov.
8berman; bnt which proved f utile.
The president and bookkeeper cf the
Waverly bank were then examiner",
they testifying to the fact of a shott
aiie in the film's of the bank amount
ing to between $50,00.) and $70,000 at
the time that Brown examined tbe
bank. Thev al.'n testified to Brown
receiving $100 afler he exmiredthe
bank, but the prt s dent said this waa
compensation for his services.
Short In Ilia Aeconnta.
Chicago, III., June 3. An Indian
apolis special published here this
evening says that Samuel Wallace,
candidate for Auditor of Owen coun
ty, Ind , is reported short in his ac
coun's as csshier of the Exchange
Bank of Spencer to the amount i f
$20,000. lie has, it is said, turned
over to the bank pr perty worth
$0000, nnd the bank has Drought suit
for $14 000.
t'"a&Sfl n 4
MOST PERFECT MADE
l'topaml with arwclHl rRiint to health.
No Aiumonla, Llmo or Alum.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO..
CHICACO. iT. t nitia
Tjr 8QOO FBBT.
E'.R PARK AND OAKLAND On
tbe oreat of th AlleihaniM, within tha
fauinua Ulaiia ecti"n, directly on the line of
tha B.and 0. No Stage Kii'eaor 'ItuaTrana
tera. All himtted Kxvreaa Traina Stop.
With the new and unparal eled fait "chel
ate on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
theae lovely twin resort are beyond all com-
Eariaon the moat advantagooualy located,
oth aa to train ferrire and turroundinsa, ol
any east of the Rookiea. .
) Open Jano S.ld. No Fliei,
Mo Moaqaitoea. No IUy Fever No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oakland, the on beini but
ix milea diatant Irotn the other with the
moat obarmini drivel conneotinir them will
be under tbe management of Mr. W. J.
W ALKKR, who, in h t three aeaaona' man
aneaient.naa made many enthuiatic friendi
ot the glorioua reaorta All oommuniotiona
hould be addreraed to W. J. Walker, Queen
City Hotel, Cumberland, Md., opto June
l.Mh. AtUr that date, either ! Park or
KirKS- W. and ) per month, ac
cording to location!.
The B. and 0. Company has apared no ex
pene in rendering Ixirr Park and Oaklani
the leading Mountain Keaortu of tbe Kas',
and for tha aeaaon of 18 the attrantinna will
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and
tbe cuiain ot both houaea unexcelled.
Kirat-claa Laundry. Fin Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Ponla.
The Bneat place for Childrn In the land.
Mississippi & Tennessee K.It.Co.
ViMPHis. Tnn , May 12, IR'.
"1 UK Preidot and IMreclora of the Mia
I iaippi and Teicesm Kailroad Coin
panv. In acconlnnce with tect'on 15 of the
churterof aid Ooinpanv, hereby call a Reu
erl meot'ngof the ato'khiidcrs in this Dom
lnny. to be bold in the office of the Oompn
i, v, in Memphia, Tcnn , "n filnailny,
he aoila U l Juur, lsHH, for the pur
l"ip of oonaiiorm and acting on the con
tracts authorir-d by this Board on tho 11th
ilav of May, liv: Aa to a t nios Paacnicer
l'vpot, a to Track on River Front tn Men
l i, aa to llravol and ute of Terminal Fa
cilitio of thia Cutupar.y.
lly order of tho J'roniJent and Board ot
B. U. LAM3, 6ooretary.
THE HAINTEO IIOCHE.
Intelligent people have strange snper
stitiong. Love of the marvelous in part of
the organization of most people. Aniu
gUnte of thin came to our notice a short
time since. Briefly the atory U this :
Occupying a modern three-story houe
in a thickly settled portion of a New Kng
hind city, two faiuilie of more than
average mtellijjence and culture have led
livesot torturoutid distrust cuiibol by mys
terious noises occurring during the niht
for the past few weeks. Comnienciiigalxiiit
11 1. M., ut intervals of 0 to 8 minim-, un
til 1 o'clock, thtim) were heard sounding
like the strokes of a sledge hammer
against the sides of the house. Sometimes
the sounds resembled a low rumble, then
were louder, like the beating of a bass
drum. Pictures were frequently thrown
down from the walls and once the house
waa shaken to its foundation. Unable
longer to endure thedlsturbunce for which
no natural cause cou Id bediacovered, men
tal excitement prostrated some of the
members of these families and caused
them to leave their homes. Public atten
tion being called to the matter, the City
Official made examinations of the prem
ises to discover a cause for these noises
in defective water, gas or sewer pipes,
but without avail. They still continued
and the house now unoccupied huBliecome
the object of public curiosity and enjoys
the distinction of tho" Haunted House of
Homerville, Mass." We think thut the
mystery which so disturbed thce good peo
ple of Somcrville might be ascribed in
part to their mental condition, resulting
from physical exhaustion and prostrated
nerves. Leaving this mystery unsolved, as
have all those who have investigated it,
we turn your attention to another matter
not mysterious, hut wonderful. Wo refer
to the success attained by ltrown's Iron
Hitters, in its reputation for cures per
formed and its hirgp salts. We make a
special application in this case of its ef
fects in strengthening the prostrated ner
vous system and giving renewed vitalily to
thecxhausted tired body. It does this y
its direct action upon the blood, which is
the source of life, health amlstrenglh. All
physicians unitein theassertion that weak,
watery, vitiated blood needs Iron to fur
nish the necessary strength to carry on its
work. The trouble has always been to
properly combine this with true Altera
tives in such a manner as to gain Purity
and Strength without the use of whisky
or other deleterious articles. This the
lirown Chemical Company lias done in
lirown's Iron Hitters. It is the best
strengthening and purifying medicine
known. It is the only iron preparation
which will not cause Headache and Con
stipation. Diseases which result from im
purities of the blood are many and assume
different forms. Dyspepsia and Indiges
tion are among them. So are Rheumatism
and Neuralgia. Tho nction of Itrown's
Iron Bitters promotes Digestion and cures
Dyspepsia, lthctimatism, holding the suf
ferer in a gripof iron,the twinges of which
are increased by even- unfavorahlechange
in the weather, is the result of the im
proper action of the blood. The acids and
bile which are deposited in the slow,
clogged passage of the blood through the
liltersof the Liver, nnd its action upon the
Kidneys, causethis torture. lirown's Iron
Bitters regulates this and relievesthe pa
tient. It cures the suderer from Neuralgia,
You need experiment no more, Brown's
Iron Hitters is a sureand trustworthy cure.
Wo desire particularly to call the at
tention of those who are subject to Chills
and Kevers, or anv Malarial Fevers, to the
benefit to lie obtained by the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters. It is a specific in
Malaria, leaving none of the unpleasant
alter ellects of tjuininc. It's cure is speedy
and stiro and the system is strengthened
nnd enabled to resist future attacks. Use
it in Spring Fever, it will drive away the
feeling of lussittule the tirexl feeling
and promote health. The success which
Brown's Iron Hitters has attained has
caused some people unable to originate a
good thing to attempt to imitate this.
Such imitations have been put upon the
market with the hope of deceiving the
sn (Tcrers who want this remedy, and there
by gains larger profit. See that the trade
mark and crossed red lines aro on the
wrappers of the bottle you buy.
MIVS IRttS BIITKHN Hlii
proved an effectual lemeriy in the 1am
lly ot Mr Ci.k. II. Voe . 3o M .nas.'na
sirner, Veinphla, Tenn . in all oaaea of
atotnach di-order, alao as an appeticer an!
aS 5 S r 6, j er 5
! St W2 S5f -s
ti r C
I i a
3 & O
JOHN E. KAMI LE & CO., Agents,
KROVa'N IKON MiriEKH Kt.
stored toperfrot health Mra. A. Green,
corner Vani-e nnd Walnut ireot, Memphia.
Tenn., when ahe had chills and lever and
waaaoweakaheoouldhardlyw.il . She en
tirely r-'irnined her atrength.
Do you want a pure, bloom
ing Complexion J If so, a
few aitpiienUons of Haan
HAGXOUA BALM will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Ketlness, rimples.
Blotches, au J all diseases and
imperfections of t',io skin. . It
orerconies tho Hushed appear
nnco of heat, fatisjuo and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIRTY appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect, are its effects,
that it Is impossibio to detect
AVERY aod MITCHELL COTTON" SCRAPERS, t
AVERY WALKING CULTIVATORS,
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC.
3 i I ! k
R. G. CRAIG & CO.,39 Union st Mem phis
J. T. FARQASON. J. A. HUNT. 0. 0. HEI5. R. A. PARKER. K. L. WOOD80S
&oiesle Grocers & Cotton Factors,
309 Front Street, MempM, Tenu.
Cotton oonilgned to ni will have our careful attention. We carry at all timei a well-
eleeted itoek oi
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Win33, Uquorsjobacco & Cigsn,
And will ! n Low aa the. Lowest.
H. 0. PEARCE.
BS.C. Fearce& Co.
Cotton Factors & Commission ELIerch'ts,
No. 378 FRONT STREET, MEMPHLS. TENN. (
rottoat Wiarrtiajnar Nne HH and; Cnloarntroeik
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ASD) DEALERS IM
Doors, Sub, Blind?, Dressed Floorinsr, OUInir, Weather-BoArdlnf
Cypres KblnKles, Latbs, Etc
-0ur faollUiea are nnmrpaaaed br aor aawmlll tn tne Boom tor ninncoraeriprnmpur.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Btep Lumber and Cyi.reaa Shinglea a apeolaltv: alao, Framinc
Lumber of all dimenaione. We make the Wholesale Bnaineai a ipeoial feature. Order
oiioitea ana promptly nuea.
GEO. BAYMILLEB, AGENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street- Memphis. Tennessee, j
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
JSo. 303 Main Street. Gayooo lilock.
OX NBW TOHK.
RICnARD A. McCntDY, : i : President.
ASSETS, : : : : : : $109,000,000
Srrender Talaea Indoraed on PoIIHm. Ho Forfeltar. Chewpew
ia the World.
A.XjZJ3C. BKBglKB, TUL.JO.. I I Exevmlnor.
JNO. F. WILKBRSON, Agent,
No. 2 Cotton Excliiiujre Bnlldlnic, Memphia.
D. T. PORTER.
Smcceseon to POSTKU. VAVLUH 1 0.,
WO. 800 FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS. Tffl
LOl W HANM'V.K.
James s. ROBistios,
T. II. MILHUWN.
axr DepnaiU reoeiv.J in ianii of SI and upward, and interest allowed on aame Semr-
T We buy and sell local InTeatment Honda nzi Feraritiea ireneraJIy, pa tazea, wtu ;
troateea. and, in general, execute anj financial butineaa requiring a aate an j reatniible j
r u , iaaue drafU, in inma to anit purchaaera, sn all pari a of Europe.
e W( have a comuilioua Vault fur tha deiwiit oi aluables, which ia at tie lerrioe ot
our cuatomera f I'barire,
I), P. HIDDEN, President. Eff D. K0LDSJ1ITII, YlPrealdfEt.
HHIS 5ATUi, Cashier.
Fittings and Pipe.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
LIFE E C
U. W. MACRAE. 1
S35 tr&Tti ft .
J. 0. HANDWERKJB,
DAVID P. HADDWN.
JAVSS A. OMBKKU,
EW L. GOLDSMITH,