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MR. LABOlCflERE'S VIEWS
OS THE CHAKCES OF TI1E HOME
The Oil; Uln That Cm efrt the
MfUHBre Mr. Blaine's Port
Lokdok, Jon ".Mr. Labouibere
writes to the Xir: The number of
liberals who re certain to oppose
the second r ailing of the Home Rule
bill isfevmity; therefore if tlio bill be
defeated, it will be thmnjh adroit
maneuvers by ie pnllcri of the
Hartingtcri and Clianiber'a;n com
bination. It was iinilt-Mtuol that
Haitirtfctori Wg wmiM he excluded
from the Chumlx r'utn meetinK. Asa
nnUr i f inc.: all the ohjtc'.crj to the
details to the hill, who avowed that
they were e'tHtied with UUVon'ii
ccmeasiorifi, weie exiluded, whi e the
frefenra ('i a Mronfl coLlinRPnt of
furtiogtotians was nieuril. Fifty
four merahers atlended the meetintf.
1 ! Four of tbe9 tavored the bill and
f twelve favored ab-tontion from vot-
I i lug. Deducting the twtwty-two Hart-
f I logtODians who wre present, there
i were, therefore, natron opptsad to
Totirju auair.st the bill and tixteen in
i favor of opp(s'nn the inra'ure. The
! net was snread and tho bin's wa'ked
! Into it. 1 hope these gentlemen will
1 I tscape frim the toils before it is toi
; j late. 1 wonld snugest to the objoetoM
I tithe details of the bill, who have
hniried in'o pledges r.ud promimw,
I and who, valuing the trickery by
whirl) those proiniws weie obtained,
I are recovering that independence of
' j action of wl iuh they boest, that they
'. reserve tin ir decision ra to bow they
! willvito until they have heard Mr.
i Gladstone define bis rosition at the
' end ol the dela'e. Had be brea a
j i , persistent tnemy of Liheial progress,
ins'eul of a leader of that party, they
j could not treat him with more con-
. i COMFIPINCK IN (II.ADHTONK'S IHIH1I
One hundred Non-Confr rmist minis
ters of Derby and Nottingham have
signed an address of conlidenre in
Gladstone'1 Irish pilicy. The Kev.
Mr. HpurReon, one of the signers, has
written a teat nd let'er, in which he
asks if it is impo'siblo for those do
iious of the wulfard of Ireland and
the unity of the empire todeviie a
more acceptable scheme. "I cannot,"
aid Mr. Ppmgoon, "look forward
with complf-coLC? upon the pcseibili
ty of the U steriies being abandoned
and of an established Irish Catholic
Church; yet the e are by no means
the grea'e t evils we foieseB in the
near futate should the euiigested poli
cy become a f Act."
TBI "TIMKS" ON MR. HLAINB'h PORT
The Timrt, commenting on Mr.
Blaine's I'ertland speech, says: "Mr.
Blaine may or may not ca'cli the Irish
vo'e by perloiniances such as that of
Tuesday s rp?ech and so win the prize
whicU fully as mm h on personal as
on political gronnils has been snatched
from him ones and sgsin ; but we re
fuse to believd tlnit his ignoinnt and
tiriKEptncpi taut represents the
honest and independent opinion and
redjction of the Americana. It it pe
culiarly absurd that he th .uld pose as
the advocate of plan which ho sup
poses, quite wrongly, of course, wou'd
plane Ireland in the position of a Btale
of the American Union, lie hai been
conspicuous, for the same reasons
which now make him a llat'ercr of
the Irish, in the blr.ody sblit campaign
against Honibern State rights, and if
ny Houthern Stale should now at
tempt to deprive negrors of cuflrage
he would be ihs first to favor the let
of that h eal affair by Ihe armed in
terference of the Central Government.
Ilia history is a' mot-ton a par with hiB
reason, which dt serves to be classed
with bir William Vernon Harcsn t's
latest contribntinn, whereon Mr,
Lerky has 'something to fay.'"
What Mr. Lteky bus "to say" Is con
tained in another ro'umn of the Timrt
in the form of a letter. This is a criti
cism of Kir William's argument that
the home rale meaHure proposed by
Mr. Uladvaae aimed at simply the re-
Tival of Henry Qrattan's Irish I'arlia-
ment. Mr. Lecky aiys the argumi-nt
1 is absurd. Mrut'an'a Parliament, Mr.
Lecky cintinuee, placed the Govern
ment of Ireland in the hands of the
' Protestant goi.try, who Were bound to
the Kng uh cnni eotion by the desist
ties of tnto e ts and sentiment. ''Tiny
were." adds Mr. Lecky, "pie eminent
ly the representatives of piOierty,
whose po it o 1 tower it lias been Mr.
Gladstone's steady object to destroy.
The effect of his scheme would he to
throw the fO'vemment of Ireland into
the hands uf men hitherto the avowed
enemies of 1Mb propeity aud the
CLOTUHK ON TIIK 1I0MK IttTI.K DKIIATK
It is probdile lht the Conserva
tives will ei-morrow move in ti e
House cf C miuoni tint cloture he
applied to tha home rule debate in
order to-secue a div'miou of the sec
ond reading bolore Whitsuntide. It
is no' likely the government will op
pose the motijn.
t IN TUB UOBSB OF COMMONS
thig' afternoon Kir Michael Hicks
Beafch, Conservative, pretsed Mr. Glad
etgne ti fiiai'a'e for a division on
the second rcadirg of the home rule
bill. Mr. Henry Labouchere, IUdi
cal, protested aghinst the (Ixing of an
early da'e, announcing that twenty
eeven eupto tsts of the measure de
elred to sp ak bnfore the vote. Mr.
Chares Brad In ah, Hadicafiipp-rled
Mr, Laboncherti's prottwt. Mr. Glad
stone fixed Monday as the date for a
DON'T THINK SH, 1I1.A1M RKPRIBKNTti
The Si. Janet Vn;cUt pays it does not
think tht.t tl e seiiiimenU ut'ered by
Mr. FluiniX r si the genuine rpin
ion rf the Aioeri(a"B npon the I"sh
question. It addi that it h imposi-ib e
to formnUte s sehi nif of home rule
whictl wonld be snitfai.t rry to the
"extreme Ir sh Americans." Continu
ing, the GiufUt sys: "Mr. G'a lst n
is erg-'r t i mate h every semhlance of
support, h weverob'cure and tainted,
and does n hs tate to reiojnizn the
opi' i' ni of Unite t 8iates pullets, thus
giving the niedd'psjme throughout
the woil 1 a locus ttt.ndi in Kngland'a
politics. Ih- securing of th Iri-th
vote is the piime ohieet of the Yankee
i ! otfi'Nvfeaker, and Mi. 15 aine has made
: j his bid.
HOME atTLI BBNTIMENT IN AMERICA.
The imr$ pub'islus a letter lrom a
. correspondent at 8t Ixu;s, who says it
is a (Under npon the American p o-
,- pie to sy thai 2 t,00ti,()(W, or ev n 10,
0(X).C00,of t' enisre ra iy to baikthe
' Irish in tl eir hon,e-rul finbt witu
cither their inoney or their it lluecce.
1 Trie wriier aife ts, "without f -ar o'
confradiciiin, that thero are ro' f 000
Aroe'ioan b ri cit rons of the United
Htttt8 who hive evfr iort iin ed a
cent to the boun rule." He udds: ' N.
home rule fympa'hy hai ben i-hown
from our g'vtt indai trial ciai-, tbe
ifrmers. Whin you hear ol public
I men dinstini to th I-ish ean, re-min-ber
tLat thy a-e tuber ttlicb-
noiners or omce-Kekers who largo
Irish constituencies to pitas'. The
sentiments of the purely Irish ele
ment in our cities must not be mis
taken for the sentiments of the Ameri
ictn people. Ninatenths of the lead
es in tlio recent alrikes in th'B conn
try were Irish. A. firm determination
exists, if tbcsB labor agitations carried
on by foreign-bnrn men continue, to
f . rm a party of native-horn Ameri
cans only to sae that none but natives
cf this land obtain cilices of trust or
SEW YORK ASiUtHISlS
Hobdnrd by tbcHrtrr PpaislimiiBl
Infltrled on XmI.
New York, June 3. The severe
punishment inflict-d rn Moet nnd his
accomplices has alieady cbuhm! good
result1;. Two Anarchist meetings
which took pines laU night wtrs fail
ures, becausti ncne of the leaders could
be induced to speak. They were
branded as cowards, and finally a
mall, red-headed man, with bushy
hair, excitedly declared hii intention
to address the mcc ing as Most was
wont ti do, but after he sprke a few
words in denunciation of Itecorder
f-'mythe, his words were vry mild.
The men bfgtn leiving the hall, and
a man jumped np and shouted for the
men to keep their seats, as a collection
to make up Mont's $'() fine would he
taken up. This brought f rib protests
train thiee uieiubera. One of them
remarked that MoH could well afford
to pay his tine, as he had mtdo hand
some pr A s on bis newspaper and
rliles. The thiee men left the I. all.
and then a (m ill man went aiound
with his hat atd f .'15 was collected for
Tho o'.her meeting was so tame that
no one would think they were Anar
chists. Fifteen dollars wes collected
for M t.
Fifteen Anarrh'st women wept for
Most in a Fifth attest saloon last
night. He wjs a martyr in their eyes.
One of tlm women ws MoBl'a. sweet
heart. He wjs to have been married
to her in a week. When they heard
that Most was working in a blacksmith
shop their anger was gieat.
1 HE FISHERIES.
BrllUh War Nhlpa Walrliinaj Ihe
New York, June 3. A Dishy, N.
8 , Rpecial to the CWnwrri'al Atlvertwtr
says: "Two of the police cru ssrs
have gone to Newfoundland to watch
the American fithermen. Yesterday
a dispatch was received from hit.
Johns, N. F that two Aimr'cin
b broilers, heavily ermed, were in that
neighborhood, boasting that they
would sink any police bout sent
BEiiinst them. One cf tlum is believed
to be the New York schooner Her lick.
The Dominion fisher men are alarmed
lest these Yankee bra's may take it
into their heads to prat tito upon somo
of their craft. The mun-of-war Belle
rophr n had been sent to (St. Johns to
look theee combative Americans up.
('apt. Hcott, commander-in-chief of the
Canadian fishery po'ice, has retired
to ids home in Newfoundland and
intends to shortly send in his rt sana
tion, being disgusted with his duties.
He will resume his o'd position ns
chairfnsP of the Dominion Marine
Information received here this
morning states that 40,000 British
trrops have been ordered to Halifax.
Why they are needed it is unknown.
la Ueavrally Wood (ODdltloa, bat
Galvehton, Tex., Jane 3. The
Newt this morning contain crop re
ports from 200 points in eighty coun
ties in Texas, embracing the entire
cotton, corn and email gra n sections
of the Bt te. 1 he acresg i under culti
vation shows en increase over 18H5
approximating 12 per rent. The
severely cold wea li-r of the winter
and early spring indicted Rations in
jury upon wheut, and many counties
report lcBes of marly SO per cent.
Oats, in consequence of the drouth,
are in a number of cmiiit'os a com
plete failure, and the in'ire ciop will
net am Mint to more than half tha
)iuld of lait year, dm ia needing
rain, but in most localities has not yet
eustainod ssrinUH damage. Cotton,
though nhout two weeks la'o on an
Average and small, (xcept in tho coast
counties whpro the plant has com
menced bloomin?, is clean and free of
graes and weeds ami has not yet ens
tained any injury of any consequence
on bccc unt of dry weather.
What Mr. Hlitlne Itrnlly Nnld About
Auoithta, Me, June 3. The Ken
nebec JoiimiiiI this in rnirg puhlehes
a letter from Mr. U aine denying that
in his recent speech at l'ortai d he
had applied the words "impndsnt,"
"ins lent" and "biuUl" to Lord Sal s
bnry. Mr. Blaine writes: "I was re
ferring to his lordship's declaration
that the liiah might remain as they
now are or (migrate, and 1 said Inter
roga'ively: 'Is uot this an impudent
pr positicn? Is it rot insolent in its
lerms? D.'es it, indeed, etop short of
being brntil in its cruelty ?' Ii is par
liamentary to siy that a statemont is
not tiue.luit altogether unparliament
ary to By that its author is guilty rf
falrchcoJ. Tho tiist describes tho
thing; the Bwond aisa'ls the person.
My chtrac'eiixitiou was ain.etl at the
propositi n.and not at Lord Salisbury
WrT 101X1, MISS.
Tho rlrhood fnt I'orwartl by
IconumensiiKsci or th irrtAL.I
West Point, Miss., June 2. I m
fee your cone.-pond-nt from this
place-who it is 1 don't know savs
ti at a majority of the wl i'es vot 'd
for the stle of liquor. Such is ami
take. The Pridiibitionists had a mi
j rity o! the whins at every box in
the ccunty lur, two, and there, the
whitky mi joritr was mia l. Some of
ti e whieky men ti'd the i cgroea that
it piohibition carried they would lose
their free schools, and "a'so would
g adually be put back iuto elavery,
and such extipme uieasureH we;e UBed
til ovir the county. The more igno
rant whites were tola it was a Kadical
move. Ol courre tt e more iutcd gout
did not believe any such n nen.
t A RKADKK.
A miMT LIHKK IL OFFKK t
The Voltaic Bki.t Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted witVi Nervous Debility, Low of
Vitality, tyinhood, etc. nius'raU'd
pamphlet i m-alel envelope with full
particular, niaiUd frw. Write tbein
fuborile lor the "Appear.
MEMPII1S1AILY APPEAL I KID
DOMICILED AT DEER PAaK
THE PLACE SELECTED FOR THE
Mr. Cleveland aad HU UrlUeSejonm
luff YirO.aletljmt the DvU
Deer Park, Mn.( Juoe 3. President
Cleveland and bride rived hero at
4 o'clock this morning, and are
domiciled in one of LUe c .ttages tott e
hotel. Jlicre are ,Uut, few persons
licre, as tru-re was na knowledge that
the hridul party would come here
The President and Mrs. Clevela d arc
sojourning very quietly. A la ge in
flux of visitors is looked forae soon as
it is known the newly wedded couple
WUKHE TUB HONEYMOON W.I L IIS
Tho jdace which has been selected
for the Pres dential honeymo n in on
tho ctest of thu Alleghenies. The
housti is what ia known as the cot
tage of ex-Senator Henry Davis of
West Virginia. Deer Park is 3 M0
feet above the sea. The Davis cottago
is si uated a' out one half milt; east of
the Deer Park Hotel, in tin midst of
a group of cottages, B'norg which
those of Mr. Harrison (ia re t, Miss
Mary Garrett, (laughter of the late
John W. Garrett, and Stephen 15 Kl
kiiis are the meat conspicuous. I', is
alarg', two-story frame Louse, con
Btructed eiecinlly by the owner for
the use of his family in the summer.
It iH in the center of a grove and is
upon one of the finest drive ways,
for'y miles of which hue recently
been constructed through tho grove
and park. Tho President and h s
bride will find abundant use for the
horses with which bis f.iends have
provided them in this mount tin
retreat. The drives aro a charming
feature of the place, the roa ts bei g
particularly well constructed and as
smooth ami even as race tracks. Ti e
Pre.-ident wi 1 not be am oyed by tho
presence of guests at the hotels at
beer Park and Oakland, as these ho
tels do not open until late in Jii'ie.
DlK tipolu(il NlKbt.Nerr".
Washington, Juno 3. Nearly 20(0
persons, prineipd y ladies, entered
Uie Wtiitt(-HoiiHi) i rounds to-day in
the hope of b-iug ubls to inspect tho
llnral ilecoralions, at d particularly the
Illuo Room, where the marriage was
solemnized last evening. They began
to arrivo before 9 o'clock and contin
ued toe Hue in groups until at er noon.
All, however, were doomed to disap
pointment, and none of Uem were
able to get farther than tho maia en
trance. Here the progrtss was ar
rested by tho door-keepers, who in
formed them that the bouse wits
closed for the day nnd that orders bad
been is ued by Col. Lamontto nd nit
nobody except on public business,
lii'-itle, workmen lia I been engaged
for nearly an hour, removing ti e tropi
cal plants nnd nil lloral decorations,
nnd clearing the bouse generally. This
work consumed s veral Iioiitb, but
was fully coniplet d by 1 o'clock, nnd
there was nothing left in the general
appearance of the rooms to indicate
that a Presidential wedding had oc
curred but a few hours before. Most
of the flowers used in the decorations
were distributed among the city hos
pitals,. One of Che Frmltlrnt'ii !. OtHrlal
Art llelore 111 trrlte.
Wasiiiniiton, Juno 8. One of the
last official acts of the President pre
vious to bis marriage waa the pardon
ing of H. F. Migelow, the defaulting
Uifli-r of the National It nk of the Re
public, of this city. Three years ngo
Mr. ltigelow was Bontenced to five
years' imprisonment Mr. lligelow has
always been regarded as an honest, up
right man, but was led through his
speculations into a misappropriation
of tho funds in bis charge, lie was
unable to replace the money, tho de
falcation was discoj'teed, he was tried,
convicted and sentenced. During his
imprisonment bis wife died leaving
seven Biunll children in tho care of
their grand parents. A number of h s
friends a few days ago made an appli
cation to tho Prcshbtit for a pardon,
and yesterday the PrliiiJentgrttiitedit.
Tho Diplomatic t'urpa Mlnrrprr
vnted. Ni w Yoke, June 3. A Washington
special to the YW says: The sen
eatio :al statements that tho diplo
matic corps us a body aro dis at stied
because t hey were not invited to the
President's we Iding, and that nil in
dignation meeting was held yestcday,
aro in accurate. Sonus of the younger
members of the corps were guilty of
intemperate speech, hut the llri ish
and G riiinn ministers will call upoo
Secretary llayard and oak that a day
be fixed when thev can call upon the
President to congratulate h in.
Where Wiberu'a) Wonderful
Winning U bx.
Aug. Wiberg, l-tlil South Tenth
street, Omaha city, held one fifth of
ticket 73,010, which drew the ca' ital
prize of 1M),(X)0 in the drawing of the
Louisian t State Iitt ry, at New Or
leans, Tuesday, March "loth; tlrongh
the First National Hank of Omaha, lie
sent it t the New Orleans National
Hunk, and lece'ved a draft for JliO.OOO
made on the Hanover National Hank
and was rent to Kounte Hiob., New
York citv, for collect on, nnd the sum
of 130,000 wasieccived.-OiiiuAa (Neb.)
liqiulilirnn, April 17.
TO MV Ht.LTM ITMI HVCH MUIT tit IN OHDII
laftKrlinhlt KeuifJv ur l.ivtr ( iniiiinl ami
try UtterADrrt) t trpnl Nttitithii it tlm 1.'ct. t
pMMit l'cnliitimi, Uili.niti. , Jauinlir, (;ul vt
if iiri, Klifun iim, i to. I renliii rtie ho i p.ir
led h'.'.'al, s! r TI -T t'l BT' tin, H fi'-.n
AH IN V A LUA HI H FAMILY MEWf.Nis
Choimnndnof iflmlmonmii prove Unv
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" " Mm. A. Mullt.-, No. 6.17 Min ureet,
Memph'., Tenn.. of chilis And fever. Since
taking the reuir.ly he liiu bud no return of
the melii.tr. nnd .-he considers it the best
remedy ia the world.
I do not bfllere that
Ayi-r'n huniaparilla has
an c'linil a remedy
for Scrofulous Ho
mor. It ia pleasant
to tHke, Ivee Htreiilh
and vifror to the hodv,
aol produce! a more
permanent, laetlne, re
milt than any medicine
I ever u.ed. E.
Ilaines, No. I.ludale.O.
I have uied Ayer's
SarMiparfllu, in my fam
ily, fur ,Scnfula, and
know, if it in taken
faithfully, it will
thi terrible dixesjie.
W. K. f owler. M. D.,
For forty yearn I
have KiiUured with Kry
ainehiN. I have tried
all korts of remediei
for my complaint, hut
found no relief until I
After taking ten but
Ilea of tliU medicine (
am completely cured,
Jlarv ('. Auicebury,
I have Bufli-red. fof
yruri, from L'aturrli,
which was no nevere
that It destroyed my
appetite and weakened
myaynteni. After try.
Ink other rcinedU'n,
and irettin); uo relief, I
bewail to tuke Ayer'a
9apw'!irilla, and, in a
few months, was cured.
.Suuu L. Cook, WW
Albany t., Huston
la micrlor to mi) blood
purilicr tbnt I have
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Canker, and Suit
Itliciini, nnd received
Iniicli bcnellt from it.
It ia irood, also, for a
weak stomach. Millie
June I'elrce, South
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I'rlce t: tlx boll Ice, B.
Forty Tears a Sufferer from
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during my forty yeara of ruBoring to obtain
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the four corners of the earth, win no relief.
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Age, liarrenness, Loss of Powor in either
9-: Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, cans- I by over-oiertion of tne brain,
aell-abuae or o-riadu!iipnce. Kaca noxeon
tnina one moon tre itment. VI a bei, ol
aix boiea for 15, aeni Lv mail prepairl, ot
receipt of price. We guarrtf Six Uoxe
tooure any case. With each order receiveJ
by us lor aix boxea, accninpanied wit!.
we will aend the purohaser our written
guerHrtoe to refund the money if the treat
ment doe ot effeot a cure. Uuaranteet
Issued onlyb- A HKNKERT ., Droa
gl.ts. MewinHI.. 1-.s
m KO W N'B) I llll V ITTGKN
- proved an invaluable HiedytoM .Mi
pbael Hirney,2i2 Wsn iin on atre t, Mem
t his, Tenn., f r diarrh a ana dyrpepsia. He
aiya it acta like a obarm wren other medi
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Ka'ope and I'ni
teilSta'ru. Hul Aatenl 1st
a aais. il mr for celebrated
Join Hamilton It Co. Stretch
er. Takes Imagine it of
kapca restores puntalour.a to
or ginal shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining screw r d
in combination wiin clamps.
All others infringements.
Ordinal and o J dlri lclicr
for armllenirir- n. liy
Expp)a seourely packed. Price 12 5U. Wrilo
nr ircnlnr-. Avcnis wnnted in everv oity.
U, H- M M 1IIHW A O . H-mori.'Wi..
YVROWN'N IRII'V IIITrFHH ( I RED
Capf. A U. Treinont, 18 Madison
street, Memphis, Tenn., when troubled with
biliousness. ,t strengthened him ao be felt
liHe a new creature
Valley Lands for Sa'e Cheap
T OWN acr,t iVii aAea of TIMUKR
J. LANDS in Hlivnr county, Miisissipoi,
on and near tit line cf the Louisville, New
urlia.is and Texim Railroad. I wi.l eilhcr
sell in a body r in small tract to suit pur
chasers. Tables desiring tine timber or
go. ii lands f r evricul urul purposes are in
vited to examine these lands before buying
elsewhere Prim from t tollOper acre, one
third ca.-h. balame i n easy teru. with 8 per
cent, per'annum iitcre.t.
OH AS i nr f, Rosedale. Misa.
VVROWN N IK, ItllTt.KN HF.NE-
fited Mr. W.A. Bender. M Fourth
atreet, Memphis, Tein when suffering from
in.Iiuetlion He siy, te could feel aa iin
provement eve-v di i y .'
HUVtnl IblNBoced or otherwise.
r 3 It oon'aina liata ol
newspaper and estiroatee o the cost of ad
vertising. TheadvenisiTwhowautJ. to spend
one dollar, find." in it tueinUrmetion he re
quires, while for him who will invest one
hoi dred thou'ind dollar m advertising, a
a-hen iai adicated which will meet his
every reu"l-euieut, or ,-n be made to do so
by slight cbani - e i-iiy arrived at by corre
apond n-' On. hur.dred and Uy-three
editions I ve been issued, r-ent, posti si.i,
to any aldress'or ten (mij. Ai i'U to OK i.
p. Kli.H.L A tu., fiKWSPAi'iH AO
VKhTISlSJ BV HE.Ar.lii t-oruee at. (Print-
ng lluuse bsuare , ew York.
AY, JUNE 4, 18SG.
209 MAIN STREET,
Oils qSj XVJo,T7-tl Stores
OJHce, S49 Front Strpet, Memphis, Twin.
SAI'OLUO.V HILL, Pmident. W. M. WILKEKSOX, YlcM'rcBlJeB
II. J. LT.WV, Cashier.
N IT 1
nWKM A GKNECAI, FIRE
A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FURSTENHEIM, WM. I. COLE,
S. MANSFIELD. D. K.
OHicelO aillMBMi Ntreet, Meuipliis, Tour
- E3. XjESES ? OCX
376-3784.SO-:W2-384-3S econd street, BOHth ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles.
Crah Orchard Water?
I Opnnlnp Vrb Orchard 9iUn In UMled
CRAB ORCHARD" " TER CO
J. H. DAT, W. H.HORTflf, J. W. BAII.F.T.
Late of J.B. Day A Son. Late of Meacbain a Horton. Late of Bailey A Covingtoa
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn.
L. D. MTJLLINS, of late J. R. Godwin A Co. JAB. Y0NGE, late oi J. W. Caldwell
MTJLLmS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commission ierchanis
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front arid Union, Memphis.
flAPON f PRING8 AND BATHS (Alkalin
VJ Lithia Waters; alao Fine Iron Wa'era),
Hampshire Co., W. Va. No fogs. No mala
ria. Where the sick and overworked soon
reoover, and the well are always happy.
Bend for pamphlet. W. II. HALK, Prop
UAIi nK NPKINUM A beautiful health
" resort. The waters of theseSprings have
long been known for their remarkable eura-
tive onallLiea. The Borings are eeven in
number, each spring containing different
curative powers. Tbe bath-house ia supplied
with water from certain mineal springs.
These aiha in eonneotion with drinking tbe
water from ihe springs suited to tbe invalids'
ailnent aot powerfully on disease. These
different waters have no equal for the cure of
all kidney and bladder troubles, rheuma
tism, paralysis, neuralgia, dyspepsia, scrof
ula, oat:tr h, rhionic alooholio poisons, fe
male weaknesses, alla diseases of the liver
and spleon, hemorrhoids, dropsy and all dis
eases of the abriominal and pelvio viscera,
weak, debilitated constitutions, and as an
efficient bruin and nerve tonio this water has
no equal ia the world. These springs are lo
cated in Cay county, 111., five mile- north of
Clay City, a village on the main line of the
Ohio and Mississippi railway, lot) miles from
St. Louis, 23K miles from Cincinnati, 2v!u
miles from Louisville Ky. Excursion tick
ets for sale at all ticket offices of tbe O. AM.
R. R., and connecting lines. Write for cir
culars and othe information to
0. E. HILTS, Proprietor,
Sailor Springs. Clav county. III.
KAN ft IMHH A I. I'M KPItlKUN,
Kockbridse Co.. Va. Hi eh ud in tha
Virginia innuntuinn. Picturepi.ue surround
inKtti6xunsiveand lfaut itully HbAded lawn.
G8, electric boll, and all modern iini rove
mentfl. Two daily in ils, pot, telesraph and
exprepi ofljeos on tho proniion. Table tha
Tery bet. Luxurinu-ily furnished room;
gui erb band of munio. Hcnd fur illustrated
finphtet. Chnrse modernto. Open for vis
it'rn. J uiie 15 lh. H't?r; Almii, Chalybeate
nXJreetone R.T. WILKINSON. Mun'gr.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
MnnficomerT S'onuljr, V.,
Having been thnroughly repaired and hand
S 'inely furn shed, will be opened for the re
ception ol visit' ra on June 1, l4ti. For par
lioulare apply lo GEORUK W. FaOO, Mana
ger, Montgomery Springs Postofflce, Mont
.ornery county. Va.
Immediately on the line of the great Ches
apeake and Ohio railroad. The most cele
brated ni all the mountain resorts, and one
of the oldest ai.d most popular ol
AMrRlYAX 1VATEKINM PLACFS,
Will open for the season June 1st. Elevation
above tide-water, 21 (HI feet; surrounding
fountains, 3riM feet. Pamphlets cecrb ng
hygieuic advantages can be bad of the agent
of the C. A 8. W R. R , or of
B. r. KAKLK, Snpenntonilcnt.
Flm-Hl SmiiniT llwi' t in America
MtmicloiiHK IIoHi'li, lit in it.
Offers accnmoiodatiohs unequaWd by any h1"1
tol n tbe west. Kxtes, ) per day: $-5 per
month. Circulars and fu I pnrticula-s sent
&rorni' ly on applic.i'inn to ELiUaiN U .MF.11L,
laniigur, St. Pai'l, Missu
Point Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for the season of WKI, beginning
June 1st, reduce I 2A to ' per cent., but
the highest standard of excellence main
tained. , ,
Send for illustrated descriptive pamphlet
F. N, PIKK. Manager.
li aleigh Springs Hotel.
"VOW OrRN for reception of gucts. The
J.N tab'e will be supplied wilh the best.
I ne robins are nicciy i .ruisceu mh-i o
fully attended to. Kates p-r month. (.10;
per week ,17. W. H. Bl RHQW A CO.
TtV a v V If 1 . i AT K 1 It I XI i S
iiij v aiii ' . u. . ' - - - i
"iriLL be opened June 1st. This noted i
V . 1 :- ....... .1 m i v mils. I
lrom F.tna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuaoalooa rai road, in Hickman county,
Tenn. Hack will meet all tr .ins at Atna,
and will convey guests to sprinas at a very
Bonrrf. SO rr Month t ! Pr Dy.
s.i,h il Hnlra iw hiiiIiIh.
We invite all who wish to siend tbe most
Ileasant sea on of their lives to come to
leaverdam. especially aeekera of pleasure
and health. Uood water and pure air in
IU lnl.FSTOKf BROS).,
I.iverywen, Centrevl'le, Tenn.
F. A-THy I'r.io'r t'entreville llo'el.
KltvVVN IKOX III rf IKS 1'1'Lll
restored the energy and vitality til Ml
W. Houston. Meiut'his, Tenn ,whenwefy
and macialed trom chil a and fever. Vat
botile caused imi'r.vexent.
with a rail rt
t t MEMPHIS, TENN.
AND MARINE BI'BINEeiei.
JAMES RKILLY, JOHN LOAGl'K
MYERa. W. D. BETHELL.
Re K LBl
fiinr runii nnu rireiri
R-me iIy for nil Dlnraiiori of the Liver. Kid -
nrya, ftiimfMli hih! Httnrlm, A rvitiTci
rnr fi ,r IkwaiuiKalaL klrli lluA.aV 1
!d pflrkufff at lOrtiir"M tM, No eoiiufnoHAltfi aoltitii bulk.
..PrOpVu. HIMOX N. JOM -A, M r. IHil.v1lts kr.
tf-fWrmgmiMgaagwghWaiti.- rjMt&tmj!Kmvm!mmmL -vkh
vunaiipaiion. in mi, i .o t iHtir'pduDtiilei. I
Cn NCERY SALE
ItEAli JEST ATE,
No. 5955, R. DChaneery Court of Shelby
county. Orace L. Anderson et alva. Sal
lie M. Johnaton et al.
BY virtue ol an interlooutory decree for
aali i entered in the above cause on the
20th day rl May, 1HI6, M. B. 62, page 621,
I will sell, at oublio auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol fchelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
rmtardny-, June 13, 1886,
within lega hours, the following described
preperty, situated in Shelby county, Ten
The certain lot No. S in block 53, on tbe
lan of South Memphis on the south line of
ind n street, fronting said street 50 feet
and running back between parallel lines 2.(0
leet, upon which is eroded a two-story
frame residence No. 279 Linden street. Also,
the 14 49-100 aores, being all that part of a
twenty-acre tract in Shelby county, begin
ning at a stake on tbe eas'. boundary line of
the John Ramsey fmXI-acre grants thence
south 15 chains 40 links to a stake; thence
east 12 chains and 41 links to a stake; thence
north lb chains 7' a links to a stake on the
south side of McLemore avenue; thenoe
south 83 west with the south aide of said
avenue 12 chains and 50 li u ka to the begin
ning the whole description containing 20
acres, mo'e or less, and excepting therefrom
5 51 100 acres at the northwe:t corner, here
tofore sold to M. I). Johnston, which & 51-100
a rrs begins at the norihwest corner of said
tr.'ct; thence south with the east side of
Raleigh avenue (00 leet; thence eat paiallel
with McLemore avenue 4u0 feut; thenne
north parallel with P.aloinh avenue 600 feet
to tho south line of McLeini.re avenue;
thence west to the beginning. The 14 49-100
aores so to be sold will be subdivided and
aold 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 (Ml cash; bal
ance in six and twelve months, secured by
notes with approved aeourity, bearing inter
est fro t d.'ite; lien retained and redemption
barred. This May 21, MM.
S.I. McOOiV ELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Poston A Poston, Solio tora.
KKOWN'S IRON IIITrKR HAH
been ned by Mrs. Mary Hill, 2R6 Lin
den street, Memphis, Tenn., for liver trouble
and malaria with great benefit. She calls it
especially valuab'e for home use.
ON WEDNESDAY. JUNK 16, 1886, we
will a II for non-resident owners, at
public outcry, on the premises, that desira
ble property known as the "Claybrook Sub
division, "lying between Poplar street on tbe
north and Union avenue on the south, and
just beyond the residence of John Overton,
jr., on Union avenue. Tbe property haa
Been dividod into ao e lots so aa to auit the
wants of purchasers buying much or little.
It is convenient to the street cars. on Poplar
street, and the grade and road bed is being
prepared for graveling ihe road in front of
it on Union avenue. We bel'eve it to be the
most suitable property fur residences on the
uiatke. and an opportunity to buy such
property is seldom oflerei. Property is
Doing rapidly sold for lesidenoes east of the
city, because it is not cut up by railroads as
in tne northern and southern port'ons of
TfcRiis One-third eish; balance in one
and two years, with 6 per oent. interest.
Maps can be seen at our office until day of
sale. OVERTO i A GKiiSVENOR, Agts.
KKOWN'N lKOi IIITTF.K! WAN
used by Mrs. Kate Stephenson, 26 Pey
ton avenue, Memptrs, Tenn., in one of the
mo(t slubhorn cases of chills she ever knew
and it cured. See g ive it to her children
with good results in bowol disordor and dys-
No. 48tU, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Asa Sclby et al va. H. J. Ilo
lingsworth et al.
BV virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above cause on the
6ihday ol May.lWi, M. B. 62, p. 613. I will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Master's office,
courthouse o Shelby county, Memphis, Ten
Mttnrty, J.as 13, lNfcfl,
within legal hnu a, the toll iwing described
property, situated in Shtlby county, Ten
nessee, to wit :
'lbe remainder interest of the heirs of
Lou's Selby, sr , deceased, in and to lota 19
and 20. of olock N, on tbe plan of the city of
Meioihis.cn Ross avenue, north of Poplar
at eet, e-h front'ng Koss avenue 75 leet
with a depth of W. fcot.
For fuller desouption of tbe above prop,
erty re f- re nee ia here made to the recorda of
this Court. ...
Terms of Fale One-f iurth cash; balance
in six and twelve months, secured by note"
with approved security; jen retained and
redemption barred. Thi Miy 21. l.vi.
.- I. Mrl0 El L. Clerk and Master,
'v II V. iish. Deputy Clerk and Master.
Poston X FojIuu, Solicitors.
So. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS. '
I Established in 1860.1
DK.JOHNSUN ia acknowledged by all par
ties interested a. by far tbe moat sue
eeaaful physician in the treatmentof private
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent cure
guaranteed in every case, male or female.
Recent easea of (Gonorrhea and Sypbili
cured in a f w days without the use of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance front
buainess. Secondary Syj bills, the last ves
tige eradicated withoutthe nee of mercury.
Involunsary loss of aeuen stopped in short a
time. Sufferers from impotencyoT loas ol
aeiual powers restor eto free vigor in a few
weeks. Victims of s e-abuse and excessive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
lossof physical nnd menial power, speedily
and permanently cuid. Particular atten
tion paid to the Diseases ef Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the use of cauatioor the knife. All
Consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all parts of ths
SHrVVorkingmen cored at half tha nsual
rates. Office hours from 8 o'clock a.m. to I
o'clock p.m. D. S. JOHNSON, M.D.
l '8 IRO. III 11 1 KS 4 I Ki:r
" Mr. Godfrey C Kublcr, 412 Main atreet,
Mempbia, ienn.,of dyspepsia wl-en all other
niedicinee were powerless to relieve i Jle
OHANCKEIY SALE "
No. 4652, R. D.-Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tennessee vs. Liliie B.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale entered in tho above cause on tbe
25th day of January, 18Wi, M. b. 51, pagw
187, I will sell, at public auction, to tbe
highest bidder, in front ot the Clerk and
Maater'a oH.ee, courthouse of Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Saturday, Jane 1, 1886,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in he!bycounty(
Tennessee, to-wit: Lot ft, block 15: Be
ginning 118 lost east of tbe northeast in
tersection of Desoto and Elliott streets, on
the north side of Elliott street; thence
north 1(0 feet; east .12 teet; south 100 feet to
Elliott street, and west with said street 'tt 1
feet to the beeinnint . S,.ld as th. nrni..-t.
ef Noah Partee and others.
Part of lot 14, bkek 5, west aide of Walnnt
atreet, 14il50 leet. Sold as the property of
LotS. block 54. wsst s'da of Ruth street.
60x142 let. Sold as the prop rty ol 11. 11 Or
ion, James ii unlor anu l iners.
Terms of Sale On a en dit of six months:
notes with security, henrini.- interest, re.
quired; lien retained redemption barred.
This May an. lumi.
S. J. am DOW ELL, Clcrlr and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Depu y C. and M.
F. H. and C. W. lleinkejl, Sols
limiWN'S IK4IX lillltltH -.
Mm pletoly eradicated malarial poison
from the avstern of the little son nf Mr..
Penrce, 450 Poplar strtot, Memphis, Tenn.,
when suffering from chills and fever. Qui
nine failed to benefit him.
1IEAD(1 ABTtR4 Full
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Hoofing.
- - , ....a, n . r w ni.., , laill.ing
proof Suitable for all kiuda of buiidinga.
For prices nnd aHtitnuta. Ht fufti.rv r.lai.
call en or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main St., and 21 A 2.1 Mulberry at..
Headquarters for Iron Fences and Cresting,
(ialvaniztd Iron Cornice, Tin Hoofs i. Moves.
No. 4654, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Diate oi xenneasee vs. fimily
fiackeit at al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory der.ee for
sale, entored in the above cause on tha
14th day of May, 1885, M. B. 48, page 105,
I will sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clork and Master'!
offioe. Court-house of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Nairn-day, Jane 19, I8S6,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in.Shelby county, Tenn.,
Lot 13. block 5, Brown's subdivision,
fronting 80 feet on the east side of LaRose
atreet, and running back 175 icet. Sold aa
the property ol Emily Sackett. W. W. Luck-
ett and others.
Part of lot 7, block 63, southeast corner of
Hayoao and Her our do streets, 25x63. feet.
Sold as the property of tbe Workingmen'a
Building and Loan Association, E. Bucbig
nani. Part of lot . block o J, enst side or Her
ando street, adjoining Carter, 45x135 feet.
Part of lot 9. block 63. east side of Her
nando street, north of Muydwell's, 35x115
Let 2, block 45. Beginning at a point on
the south side ot Beale street. 52 feeteaatof
the corner of Utile and Causey streets:
thence southward with Johnson's line 7
feet; thence eastward 25 feet; thence north
ward 78 feet to Beale streot : thence west
ward with the south side of Beale street 25
feet to beginning. Sold aa the property of
Rocoo Boggiana and others.
Terms i f Sale On a credit of six months ;
note with security, bonring interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
Tki. Man 911 1IOO!
S. J. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, D. C. and M.
F. II. and C. W. UeUkell, solicitor.
KROWVN IROSf BITTERN UHEAT
ly benefited Mrs. M. C. Yuckley, Mem
phis, Tenn., when troubled with liver dis
ordor and indigestion. She regards it as a
tanuartl family medicine.
Poi i s ynnrs at yj Court itt , uo t
K2 MarketStwct, 1 nninrillp K f
Vet. Thud and Fourth, IJUIUU iUUjlXJ
. rtuUrt MtjefttM tod fffally qimltflod pbrUriu Ud titt
iwfx uooertful. m hli prMUi will firorf
fnrfli all forms Of JfKIVATU
CHKON1C StiUAl. DIS-
buerm&torrues nnd I m potency t
j the reoult ot awlt-abiii la yftath, ifnui oicfsm ! Kev
Mm ftn, or othn cuem, and prmludni oincoi' lw loi
low.Bk; ifTet"' Nervrtuaoctft, fenilnAl KmiMtoo, i.'it.uiksfc
Jiniih by dnmi), OlmnfM of IKiit, liefwilve ijnr. Thj-
0Tifulv& of :dai, ot iSexuai fomrr, 4'ci.. rt-ndetdflsf
turriAiTc iuinrai'rT or unhanrr. ara tboroufbit and prm.v
tuntlj curvd SYPHIXjIS P"th ely Wl1 ,tHj
ir'-ii'frnit-iwj un tum; Gosorrhefc.
OLEET. Strict urn, fircbitia, ernia 'or .tuv" i
:ii i iuj 'Lupr pnrie iiipue quicki; mm.
1 U tr)f4fvMeut that a phy tician wbfijaymirecltlatMBttr
a tvctAln elm of dlnoaKi. o1 trratitii tfaovund add.
illr. tcqolren grvti skill. fhTatDfl kowin Uiti fact aft
-cnti:mMid porfctin to my car Wb"B ' hvwoTeni'Dt -4
111 inr ruj ip-irvaiirurni tnrXJI Tinc i-m , nui Liru.gatij
rirt mTjIt ay ninil or virrren tDjwair
v.-i.iiiiatiuf irawBiif r oy warn, tt auc 'nv;:
;rt'f -fjitooat aoJ JnrwpoOfrll' rrUt Wl!uea
t slM paffjs, afiit to any adrj-t, aortor-r taWw, for thmj
.-fMJit Should b rwd br a.1. Adn-n t the.
No. 245, R. P. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Harriet n,. tmitn va. Al. Uwec
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
sale entered in the above cause on tha
17th daj of May, 1Kx6, M. B. 52, page W7,
I will sell tt public auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Master'!
office, courthouse of She by county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on ,
Sxlntditv. June 12 iSSK.
ithin letfal hours, th- following described
property, situated in Shelby county, Ten
nessee, to-wit :
Lots 1. 2 and fi. of the subdivision made in
thia cause in tho year 1H7S. a shown by re
port Bied herein April 12, 1S78.
Lot 1 fronts south side of Davoso street 33
feet, with a depth ot about 12o leet.
Lot 2 fronts same street ii f, ot, with about
the same drptft.
i.ot t ironts same street w leet v incnes,
ith a depth of about SB leet.
To the plan of subdivision reference is
lerms of i-ale-tin a credit of six, twelve,
shteen and twenty-lour months, purchaser
zecutingnotea with approved security bear-
tng l terc
g l tercst lrom da'e ; lien retained and re-
ha'ted. This May 21, lw.
i .MriMin e i
L, Clerk r..i Master.
By II. V Walsh, Ilemty Clerk and Ma.-lr
roston Je 1'oston, Solicitors.