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THE K031E RIIE COXTEST
SB. GLADSTONE WILL APPEAL
TO THE COl'STRT.
ScfBfi la the Commons Dnrlnn the
Divlaloa An InaijiiUof tbe
Tete Press CoinmenU.
Lokdok, Jane 8 The Mciiernen
d win ft the dividion lat night bad SO
para'.lel in the hi' rj rf the Hoose n(
Commons. LoiJ ICandolpb Chorchill
first d:aeovred that the government
tu dofratrd, and by waving h i bat
ud indulging in other Joyful lnmn
etratiom aroused the ntbnsiaiu of
the membera of the opposition who,
riiiog, waved their lit s and cheered
again and again. When the tignre)
were amounred the JVuellitf s rhal
tanged the vote. O'Co nor called for
cheers for the "grand old man," w hich
5 were given with gusto by government
j mpporters. r-ir Williim Harcourt
i and b!s companions test and bowed
i I to Mr. Gladstone, who. wan somewhat
j I embamawd. The Psrnellites railed
i lor gnanx for Chamberlain, which
j were giv n with ahouta of "Traitor"
! j and "Juilui Iacariot." Chamberlain
merely luiitUi. Whtn ordered
! CililH'one raw. white and trembling,
nd movo'l o aijinrn until Thursday.
. ! Ilealr and O'Connor again challenged
1 the vote. aying they wou'd not offer
any opp s tiun, but wiehed to eipreis
i j their repugranra of the conduct of
many members rf (iladntone's party.
During the hubbub Mr. O ade'.one,
wearing a hatrd look, left the
Jlouce, cbeeieil by bit supporters.
acairjBt (he bill surprised even the
Unionists. Pjvaral rnembe'S supposed
to favor the bill wjnt into the opposi
tion lobby. The crowd on 'side
tempteJ to mob Lard llartingtoi
when he emerged from the House af
ter the divhi n. It is s ippisKl that
Kir Wilfred Brent wss the interme
diary txtween Purnell and the Toilna
daring the laat meeting, and I hit be
nndonbtedly did lead the I'arnellilei
to believe that the Conservatives would
introduce a home rule bill. IrrJ
Randolph ChnrcLill is generally be
lieved lobe the member of the con
servative party who mado the promise
lor his party.
ANALY8U OP Till VOTE.
Eighty-five l'arn11ite vct?d with
the govornoient. The eiehty-tixth,
Capt O'Slifa, whom Mr. Parnell in
sisted oo having the Leigne elect to
represent ore tiivirion of Galway,
walked cut of thn Uouseand abstained
from voting. About twelve LibsraU
refuted t0 vote on the division. The
Liberals wbo vo'.ed against the gov
ernment are s 'id to be almost identi
cal with those who nami were on
the list prepar d btf re the recr.nt
Liberal meeting at the Foreign Otlice.
The only member! who were alnent
were the RU Hon. Charles Pellinm
Villiere (Lib.), member for eSjnth
Wolverhampton ; 8ir Frederick A. Mil
bank (Lib.), member lor K cbmond,
Yorkanirej Frederick Uiafton (Lib.),
member or Nortboiet Lancashire, and
Win. Qrr Kl'ison Maccartnoy (Con ),
jnvfflber Ux South Antrim,
TM TAB VOTft
After the annonnc":""' t,,e
ote was made in the Home o cow,"
mors lait night, the meuibera rushou
to the telegraph wires to inferm their
elector! oi the result of the division.
Great crowds of peop'e remained out
I aide the Ilotiw nntil the deba e was
; tiaiihed ana the vote taken.
. IKTINBI IXCITKMRNT TDBODQIIOUT TUB
There Is Intsnio excitement tbrough
"OUt the whole country over the out--ibTM
il tb? !B Par hninttr" fn
test. The OoDK"vt:vti and Whigs
are everywhere making tbo day one
j of Jabllee. At Belfast, Londonderry,
Armagh and other towns tlio Loyal
ists have been Boned timing tutir
parades and iluiora'.rgt'o'n. A die
! patch from Dublin says : There is the
I wildest enthusUsin among the Loyal-
late in the north of Ireland over the
I defeat of the home rule bill,
BBSOLVXD TO APPIAL TO Till COCHTBY.
i Mr. Uladstone toss earlier than
' tnual this morning. Daring the fore
noon he hid a two hours conference
with Kul Uxeb uy, Foreign Minister.
The Cabinet met at ' o'clock this
a'tetnorn, ar.il after coDmilerng tho
result of the defeat last Digtit, unani
mously reo'ved-to appeul to the
country. The onseuiua of opinion
Is that Air. UUi'e'ono wl'l dieeolvo
PfrUaniont on the 8ih Inst. !
coMMisTs or Tna losiiom pre s.
The bUxmlani says that tho Houie of
Commons by defeating the homo rule
bill bas saved itself from degradation
and the empire from dis-uption. It
Las also lead a lesson t Ireland
which, after the flmt initalioa bas
anbtided, wdl, we trust, be duly ap
TiretiaUd by the qnlik-witted inhabit
ante of tlmt island. Mr. tilnJstone,
Mr. rarnell and Mr. Mcrley may rest
aatitfi 'd tbt what the present II jute
Las refused t do no House tuturued
on tn appeal to the constituencies t)
decide between unity end eepnratijn
Can ever be indued to sanction.
The TYmr says: The vote will en-
courAge ttie Lyallata cf Ireland to
bope that their kioemen here will
never abandon them to tlx nncov
enantod meio.es of the Irish National
Lagui and it i paymasters in America.
JUr. Uladatoce exerd all hii ninrveU
cus powtra of int initiation, mygtific ,
tion and persuasion in favor of bis
bill, bat we rejoice that the majority
I against u was decisive ana rrribhirg
T'ois speaks well for the independence
f and courage of the Home of Com
I rnons. It is a strong Usimony in
favor of the encouraging belief that
Knglisbmen and t'cotchmen aie not
J yet ready ti submit tbemelves to tho
; leveling inrluenej of the machine pol
' ilics of America. Tbe point is. if the
! government hal been granted a sec-
cad reading th-y wou'd have reintro
jductd the same bill. Oathialeiue
' the division was taken, and tae bill
was condemned in both the present
and future tense.
The Aoot (mln stesia!) says: Die
solution bas been rendered inevitable
by last night's vet Mr. rarnell's
emphatic doclaialoi that Ireland
would accpt Mr. Ulad-ttone's bill as a
final settlement, will have a widur in-
liimnce with tbe nation tday than
kII the astuti and minute critieisus of
I Mr. Goscbeo. CJonsidering the demo
I rr atic epir.tof the Nationality, Mr.
i'rne'l'e dec'ared ojd-von that the
'provisijn creaMnathw feet order in
tna DfcDOted I ah Purlament was a
pilotary profi-i- n wss eigiti'uijt. Kir
Michael ticke-B am diubtlons in
the literal truth so lar a he kn.-w It,
but we need not mp- ose thut L nl
i'audo'ph Otiurcl ill ways t ike, I ,e
advice. Mr. Uladr.fn' "pe- c i t
worthy of hia-Balf and tho i en si t.
Tna whole caw ie tow be'o.c the
coiintrv f' rcie' iei m.
Tue Telegraph (Conrerv t ve) rave:
We are peisnded that tho ohecf
j tie House cf Coxmone taiihfi lly r
m, eta theop nio.1 of theconntry. Tt f
inhale euetaiuedtho ii4torio repu a
i on of tbeBntiah Parliament for lolty
oratory, which reached a climax on
thecksing night. Tbe unity of the
Kingdom tai been preferred by lie
fl'Bt gieat declaration of the Brit an
democracy coming to power.
Toe Chronide aays: We are left
with a clear iaane. This mutt be taken
between the policy of Ix-r J Harting
ton and the rolicy of Mr. GUdttote.
Hi country rxost now decide the
Tbe Poll (Conservative! says: The
result remained doubtful to the lait
moment. It waa even feared that
Mr. Gladstone's eloquent appeal would
cause enough ab.Untions Osivethe
Wbal tho Ka-traidna f lb Ha
Buffalo, N. Y., June 8. Mr. James
Moonev, ex presidebt ol Hi Iriah Na
tional Legue, (ays: Jrit-b-ATiericans
will be ne.ther surprised ior diap
pointed by tbe vote on tbe borne role
bill. Rather than have it pass by a
small majoiitr Ibey are glad to have
the question cf borne m'e submitted
to tbe count y. He eip-ictiMr.Glad-stone
wiil be ratored to power on this
i'sue by an overwhelming majority.
The duty of tbe Irish people is clear.
They should thrjw their whole undi
vided s rerg h with Gladstone and do
nothing t embairaas bipi.
of the. ri h World aays: "The defeat of
(Had t.no's home rule measure, al
though not a ditappolntmerit, is never
the'eei to be regr.id. It dims the
prtepeet of a readjui ineut of the re'a
tiens between Ireland and England
upon a bas s of Jim ice and reavin.
But h:pe has not departed. The tij(lit
mutt not end will not be given up.
An rpp;al t tbe country wi'i have to
be made, aid thi ies'ie will be home
rule. Itwaaagreat tiiirjr yetterday
t) eee 2' 0 K glirbmen and 8cotchaien
in tbe British House of Commons vote
in favcr of borne rule for Ireland.
Whether that figure indicated tho
blgti-waterinitrk o' Br.ijih liberiy to
Ireland, or whether it was tho rninite
of btt'er thing. I ctnnct ray. I tin-
cerely hope it wui the U to'. Yet I
cannot help thinking that tlie prdfeu
ta i in of Ir sh koine rule in the n-
Sinli Tar Urncn? liai hen ma le on
er exceptionally fv rable circum
stances. Glads one in a tower of
atrerg.b. No man in Great Bri'aia
has anything like his personal follow
ing. The Parnellitei themselves ad-
n r. tbat no ot er man ec uld dare
hope to intrcduce te subject of Iii-h
hon e rule into the Knglnh Parliameiit
for favorable conaidera ioa with the
tmntlis', chance of sucoiss. To his
enormoui inlluence arid admirable
arbaumnlary skill mus'. ceitatnly be
givm the credit of many of the' e
vo'es. Bit Glacaone is row slowly
climbing up to elghtv. His woiking
day is woi n'gh ended It will itra n
what of vitality tberd is Inft in him if
he ventures to fight th'ongh another
canipa'gn. To speou'at) in the pot
si bio rrNiilt of toe foi dooming elec
tions, then. Is idle. If t e British
people shall approve of Gladstone's
policy at the polls then an era of pean
between Kigland and Ireland will
have been inaugurated ; if, on the contrary,-
the Brltith people vote no
if they aay Ireland shall be given no
measure of self government, thi
vaunt be subject sbso utely to Brititdi
domination, and if tLe Irith ptonle
dOQ't lk that let them pack why,
tbo3 -AUiUKlltei.nem to mean woac
they' siv fo tt(,l 'V nt P"1'"'
eirorta on the part of' sT ri$wln
a incline that way will nrcba. 7 "9
tupnlemenleJ by other liiolimen by
methods of a different sort. This is
uttered cot as a threat, but as a spec
ulation. Meanwhile the duty of a'l
Irishmen is to ttind by Pamelt and
tuataln him in tbo coming ttrnggle at
fie r(dls. If l'arnel! is b aton ther.
tlti lrl'l?l canes s'ill rema'iiB, and Iri-h
soldlt n will not ba fr.r.ntl waitir l0
fight I r It on other floWs,,"
GEN. I) IMbL C. UOVAN,
C'nndlriMfl far Inaarfai tm the t'lrat
To the Eil i ton of tho Appeal :
Lkk Coi'nty, Abk, June 8. Will
voti permit an old subscriber to take
tbe liberty of soliciting your aid and
good will, if nt otherwise committed,
in behalf of a life long friend and fel
low soldier? 1 refer to Gen. D. O.
Goviin.whois a candidate for tho
Dem cratio nomination in this Con
enaiionnl District. Ho was gradua'
ed at Columbia College, 8. C, and Is
a man of line sense, and cnpublo of
makirg gosd and ellicient rt'L'ro.ent
ntivt. t'occutlly wou'd no reptesont
the p Anting interest, ah be Is a farmer
liinmelf, anil I may add, tho people
are brginning to feel that there is a
grow ing need for more of this c'nss of
citizens in Congress. Being a Vrry
modi-stand d tlident man, Gen, (iovaii
lias never befiire mtered the po'itiial
arena, and he only comes for
ward now at the earnest solicitation
of his many friends As a Uonfcder
a'e general hii name tauds high up
on tho roil of fame, and his o d
B.ldiirn can bear tee imony that be
was one of ''the bravest of the brave."
Always at his p Bt, be nevir swerved
from bis duty, no matter what tbe
be dahip, or the danger; and if sent
to Cong re sa be will b the same tear
less and fiithfu' guardian of the rights
and interts s of his constituents. In
conclusion. 1 am g ad to say that he
feels grea'ly tlatt-re.l at bis pinaprcti
lor securing m. nomination, ai lie is
cpnstiuitly receiving very oocouraging
letters from various points in the
We had n splendid rain on last
Thursday night, and tho oopi in this
section were never better or uioie
promising Bt this season of the year.
It. W. WILLIAMSON.
Local Option Klrrtlnas la North
Ramiuii, N. C , June 8 Local op
tion elections were held yesterday at
many point! in the State. There was
much excitement, but the elections
passed otr quietly. The Prohibitionists
carried tho day at Italeigh by sixty
majority, and also at the billowing
places: Concord, Oxford, Kingston,
Henderson, Warrenton, liiiisburir,
Winston, Salem, A rex, Beaufort and
Seaboard. Tho anti-Prohibitionists
carried the election at Charlotte, Dur
ham, Franklinton, Beadsville, Hoi y
Springs, Morebead, Asheville, Golds
boro, Li tleton and Mutes vi lie. The
election was upon the question of li
cense or no license for the sole of
fpirituous liquors, and goes into effect
a; once wheie prohibition was carried.
neanllfy Tonr Home,
Finish the walls and ceilings with
Alaliasiine. You can do it; inex-pt-iiKivp;
try it. White and twelve
tinte. Cheaper and Ix ttertban paint.
' alwimine or paper, lhsinlecte and
prevents disdises. Itt-antiful eniuple
card Pee. I ty droireists. hardware
and paiiit ilei,;,.H. f ,k) given away.
V 1 KI.U a .0.. .Mainehia.'
JHv siKi itini iiM nnsr.
nie.t k- W. A. Iiu .'r M h'..urih
V'emi'l; -, le i, . b n auferiba lrm
11V""" ry" " ed f'n
proTauem emrr dy.
FOM ALL BBASCOES OF BISI-
Mnetj Flve Per Ceat, of American
Labor Employed at Fairly halls
laricuu To Tia Arrsiul
PiiiLADtD'HiA, Pa, June K The
manufacturing ana com me re al lnt-r
est' of i ho entire country are now
waiting in esrntst expectation for the
improvement io prices and revival of
business which was to follow the set
tlement dial) r difficulties. Strikes
still con inue, and wi 1 urobublv oua
tinue in an irregular way throughout
the summer, but 05 percent of Amer
ican labor is employed at satiafa' tory
wages and time. Foreign manufact
urers of iron and steel are making
strenous eirorts to unload iroducta
uiKn the American market, because
of tho disappointing Ku'opean de
mand. One lot of 3iiiiO tons of rails
w. re sold by an English firm for the
Southern 1'aoitic road for delivery at
Galveston. There are negotiat one for
la' iter and smaller amcunu for deliv
ery along ihe gulf c ttst for hardware
and finished products generally. The
denim (1 is not improvirg, owing to
the Increasing competition of Ameri
can hardware makers and producers
oi special manniaetured product'.
Ijite t advices from New England
manufacturing centers show a marked
improvement in detmnd over that of
two weeks ago. J lard ware manufac.
tories, which he reen running
sliort tirn-, wilt increase produc
tion in Ju y. Taper makers conteu.
plate a restriction r f thirty six hours
per weea to imerove p ices. The man
ufacturers of braes go ds have t (fact
el a string o ganizttion. Textile mnn
ufactunraaro preparing for an active
fill trade in cotton and woolen goods
and in carpet'. The hosiery manufac
turera of New York K a e and Phila
delphia Lave eirectd a compact or
gs i zati en by which trade ibt r'Sts
will be bett r subfcervol. i he textile
int-rests of I'll ladelphia lave crgn
ized, representing 150,0. 0 001) worth
of capital, w th a membership if a
little under L'OO The textile estab
lishments of ttiis city are not running
full time, although an i nr y and act ve
fall trade is p edicted on all sides. The
clothing houses are runui g full time.
The enrpet mills in several cas e are
adding additional loom capacity, and
traveling agents report excellent pros
pects for the fall. The demand for
upholstery goods is increasing, and
much additional capacity w ill be erect
ed durii g the next six months. The
textile interests in a gener .l way arj
prospering, although the chronic com
plaint of narrow margins is beard on
all s dec.
ItHcipIs of lorn' er Loin tin North
went and 8 ut'i eont'nue at from 500
00.) to 2,000, 00 per diy, and a libsral
distribution is in pioresa amorg ioa
Irnc'org and build rr.
Tho iron trade is rather quit t P. ices
are barely ateidy asd concessions ara
demanded by purobautrs in p:g iron,
m reliant bar, sheet an 1 plat 4. A few
lrge orders Lr ttcel rails have been
plrcei at $35.
Litest ropoKa frcm leadirg archi
tects and builders indxate the pjoba
b lity of u revival in bui'dirg There
is a greater activity slsi in ie-1 es'a'e.
Much business that was thrown a-ide
a month ago will be poshed to comple
tion, Niiis nra dorliringji pn e.
Window g'an is B'euly.
DOES IT MEAN BOODLE"
Corruption la Vonuertloa With
Oi'Caflo, Ju io 8.-Tho City Ciiurcil
las1, tight considered the subject of
street railroad franchise. The roads
got all they akul for, and tho Conn
ed appeare 1 1 1 be merely instruments
in their hands. The papers to day
eminent vr severely on the ac ion
of tho Council. The AVica heads its
a-coiint of the session vrit!i ''Does it
The IltraUl inquires: "Has Chicago
Its Jake Sharp? " Stress is laid upon
the fact thnt Verkes. President of lie
street railway company, is a Philadel
phia, and was at the hea 1 of a syndi
cate which secured many privileges
from its City Courcil. The Philadel
phia ordinance however, contained
many restrictions and requirements
which wer voted down here. It wns
urged that the ordinan'e increased.
the ysiug 01 the comjiny's franchise
to the amount of on million dollas.
Amendments to compel tho cimpany
to Is lie transfer tickets to other di
visions ef the city, to compel tbo com
pany to sell taenty-five ride tickets
tor one dollar, to impose only a three
cent fare for short distances, and to
compel the company to k'epthernow
oil tlie tracks and prohibiting it f om
obstructing the streets by piling tho
snow on either side of its ronlway,
were nil defeated. Alderman Col v 111
BP)ea'ed ti lead tho forees for the car
company, and whenever an amend
ment was ouVcd would exclaim.
"Boys, bo ter vote 'hat down, 1 guss,"
and'the boys invariably did so.
Ihejr Are Hot Sorry,
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that is, the day they firet adopt
ed Parker Tonic as tbelr regular fam
ily medicine. Ita range is so wide,
and. its good effects eo sure, that noth
ing else, except good nnrsing, are
needed in a great majority of cases.
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
rinir snv aaie mm ns.
MOST PERFECT MADE
lYrpnrrd rlth upectnl rrcunl to bolth.
No Atumttntav Utna or Alum.
PMCE BAKING POWDZH CO.,
CHicaco. nr. i oui
ROH K N lKO Illl'l t llN II AW
btin urti In thn fainilv f irn. l.atura
for bi uw lever nti Thill w ib iitut p itin
inc o v r- u U. It ii tfieir n ai dnr 1 Umilj
" III' 1, 1 ;; CI1II.L''.
BIBLK " l;'r,.i . t. n h Kot.J.II.Vii
ent, U.I' 1 in .."iii hf ra.A W is a torn
ot 7i iM-milr : ir- n i ia nl TVS: a
naw -uTit it in 1 i.t ' .iii .l io J kanoo
Ita nli. it tn . .I.v, mi mn rlii.aran
tiaiaa. Kiprii . riit ueoriitrT Atidrwat
. Cr( i.l. ( II. 'k't'dl,
tu V-'iMi'ii ii-mI, Cuioaeo.
APPEAL-VEDNESDAY, JUNE 0. 18S0
BUad, Blfedlaa; Itrhlog, Posi
tively Cnreiir Catlenra.
A WARM bath wlj CcTTrrat Soar, an
I'liiniU tkin kautiler, and a ainala
..lirlion of tUTl, tr treat Mem
tur. will inauntly a tbe intsnta itrhtos
nl th moat aaaravatocare uf Itching Pilea.
Thia Irealmi-nr, combed with rmail doea
of Cctk uaa Kcaui.vat, (ha saw Bluud fu
riBar, Ihrea tioiaa ixiiay, to reaalata and
ftrasathao tba bowali ovari-nma cun'tipa
tii.n and ramnra tha law, will enra Blind,
Uleediuf aud Ilchinid'ilai when all oihar
rauiadiea and area phliriani ail.
Iwaa taken for thelrtt lima in mrlifa
wl h Blind Pilaa. aatarara that I aould
bardlr keep on air ht. I nted rarioua
rawadiaa fur threa (. when thadiaeaaa
tiKik tha lirm of lubij Pilea, and aruwina
worae. Br advice olkn uld (estleman I
triad Ihe Ci'Tiecaa, tna applioation re
lieved the ltchinr ant waa at on cured. I
wiah tn tell tba world tat in eiaeaof lirhinc
Pilea tha price of tba t rici aa I- of no ac
count. From an nnaotited juarter.
Concord, N. U. 0. C. K1BBY.
I beran tha ne of roa CitilCBi Raa-iniu
wlien ynn oral put therinn tbe market, and
know of two ruea ol ltis( Pilea that hare
been eured br tba uae.it mf auaaealion, ol
tlieae reniediai. I
VirduD.lll. p. N. MARTI 5.
ALL THAT w)l CLAIM.
I bava tried ronr Ccth r Rauamas and
(n 1 them all that o,'elniin, and tha de
mand for tham in thta nHion if vret.
A1016J S tt . CuLLISS.
MfLKNUII HA INFA riOV.
Ccriorai Kituaiiita ke aiven aptendid
aatiafnonon to thnae of mr cuitoinera who
1 l-., ... ...Li
U.l, UIU iiKvaniru m m-'i lie III .
1IUNKY. Oh.HtA.NN, Druiitiat,
Qulncr, III. I
Coricca RaManiaa aj a imitive cure for
everr lorm uf hkin aid Blood Diieaaea,
from Pirn plea to bcrofuli. Sild everywhere.
lli .. . I. ...... U . Kil . . C... ' -
KKMiLTaxT, ll.iO. Prenred by the Poms
Uai-a avn t,UKMiciL uia uoaiun, .-uasa.
Bend for "How to t'oriMhln DlnfnnaHi,
Qiri W Dlemiibaa, nuplea, Blackheada
aud Baby lliiiura, ute Cirici'a
jfW?A TIKt.ll ft' I.HK Strenath
ImjI. ned, Pain Annihilated, Inflam
l I Jk; ination bubued, and Malarial
IbLt nd Bpideini Diaeaiiea Prevented
fr'li'.v" II br that infall hie antidote to pain
EZLaae' and inflamm tiuo, the Citicuka
Forty Tears a STerer from
WONDERFUL 10 RELATE.
"FOR FOttTY YEAR.' I have been a vic
tim to OATARKU throe -faurtna of the time
a aufferer from EXCRlfJlATINO PIINS
AI'ROhS MY fUKEllKATJ AUD Ml MOS-
TRlLS, The diachargea eera to offoneive
that I heailale to mention It, ncapt lor tha
food it may do tome otbei iufferer. I have
apent A yonnt fortune lira my aarnldra
Ourinf my forty yeara of aflering to obtain
relief from tba doctor. Ikave tried patent
medlotnea-erery one I coild learn of trom
the four oornera of the ea th, witi no relief.
And AT LAST 157 yeara bt tut) have met
with a remedy that haa cited me entirely
made me a new man. I walvh.! 12H ti..nnda.
and now weigh ltu. I uaed thirteen bottlee
of tbe medicine, and the only regret I bare
la, that being in tha bumble walka of lila I
may not have Influence loarevail on ail ca
tarrh auffercri to ute whit hai cured ma
Gulna'a Pioneer Bleed Kencwer.
" No. 267 Second atree j Macon, tia."
"Mr. ilenrv Cherra. t)J wili.r of the
ahove, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, tia., tnerita tha eorliience of ad in
arHtci to catarrh. V.A. 11' FF,
" Ef-Marvr ' ilacon."
FLESH PRODUCER & TONIC
Gnlon'g Pioneer Blood Henewer.
Curea all Tllood and Skin Diaeaaei, Rhenma
tiam, Kcrolula, Old Bores. A perfeot tirin
If not in your market, it will ha forwarded
on reoeipt of price, boiail bottlea. II, large,
Eaiay on Blood and Skin Direaaei mailed
HACOBI MEDICINE TOSIPAKIT.
Dr. BIGGER S
The Great Southern Remedy for all
AND CHILDREN TEETHING
Thert rt Trv few who tlo not Know of Oils
llitlA Htinh tP-wir KloiiKhUtf of our motintAlnn
(.nil htlU: hut vrv f-w r.Kllie lit fart, lUrX
lit lilt If purple berry. tikh vn miiiiy of us
li illn In nut I'vrrr dltHi, tlnrf In ft prln
nplo In It hwvliikt m fAfttlrrfiil etfuH on lh
l-iuflv Iir. Hlffxir'a llu'klelKrry t'onllal la
lilataKR4T tiOt'T II K Hf HfMKtiY lllflt rfHIOrPft
Htf ititit on t.M'tiiina. ai4 cures Ularrltu
tlv.a..al..rv ati.il t Til 1 i.!t-
VliHlt In ttdml.liTMi tlmt at thl?amnnf
thcyrnr uM-n nritl iIhii.timtn ftilm'kn of Ihe
IxrwriH lire mi fnsiHnt, aitU w htttr of mi many
ila-HlliH tHVtirriiif iM-fori a nbyitflnn run Ih
rntlnl In. It n mitriirliint th.it pirrv hou-
hultl sIiohhI riivlli ihmaclvi'H ltli nmnA
Niily n-lli f. attntonf whlh will n-Itovc the
rnUi find hmvc ttuirli aitxlctv. Itr. aHlait(ra
llu'kllrrr 4 rHlnl l t fluiplp rvnitslj nhlch
ktiv rJillit ti nlfi.-ril in tnk-.
trla-, M n-iitx a Iwtitj. lnnnf.utured by
VW.TFK . . YA X l,i nl AtlHtna. tn.
and itullrin will nirt- rn'idit, t'ronii iinri i on
puniptuiii. I'rlff Ja'uMt. tn.4 W a Imtti.
'laaa l..r'. I linrnLii It f a-al a. Ill lUI'- l.llll
No. W4, R. D. "hanry Court of Shelby
ooeaiy. Aaa pemy el al vt. u. j. ho
1 i n v. wrir lk at al.
Bi virtue of an interloeutory derrea for
ante, entered In the above oaua on the
nth day ol May, liMri, M. H. 6'2. r. ri- i will
aell at puhllc auction, to toe didi oinner,
in (root ol the Clerk and .UifUir a office,
ensrthouae Oi bhelby county, .Meuihia, Ten
nmnrdarr, Jane) IS,
within leaal boa a, the lollnwin deacribed
uroperty, aituated in bhtlby county, I.n-ne'-ee.
to wti .
'Ihe remainder lnteral of the tieira C
I.oa Keitiy, er.. derea-ed. In and tu lota lit
and Sti. of i lock ri, on the plan ol the cityot
Meiri hia, i.n Koa av.nuo, north of Poplar
al eet, ea.-h front'na K.a avenue T6 leet
with a dcrth of 14;,- fret.
ror fuller deaviption of the above prop
erty re I rence la here made to the recurda of
Una Court. .
Terma of pale Cne-fnurth cash; balance
In ail and twelve n,untlia, aecured by note
with approved accurl'v: lien retained and
redemption barred. Thin May 2'.. 1!.
o I. MrlOW EIL. Clerk and Waaler.
K H F. IViiah, leputy Clerk and Master.
Pottos A I oiton, Sol it nor a.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Herchanls
SOv and 2C2 Front St.. 'Mem phlaj Tent
JOHN K, SPEED & GO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SALT. BAGGING AND IRON TIES,
303 FltONT KT., -
Oblo Blver aud Dllclilgan Salt
J. Painter and Song
BEST BRANDS OF PURE
LARGEST BKEWERY IiN AxUErIu .
Jos. Schlifz Brewing Gompfe
MPAftllTftJ T?l7Amr I nmamlBiiH Work. ii Bai
JlJjiUl 11 10 AJlVil.ilL'll); Ufipolaaidleetaoaaaj.eor.HaJaet Aa.ll
S. HOESCHtR, Agent, Memphla, Tenn. i
Ralea In 1HN3, llle,00 Riirrrls .! r mubla BriBb, 100,0J Krai
alH tn lkkJ4. riO,00 Hatrreila.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SO.) Front Street, : Mempbla. Teuiv
Will pay Oood Priccti
warrantld w -im-" .f v'i
THASIIY torrO. of all descriptions. Send for Clrealai
and Prices Paid
75 Vance Rtreot.
AWDKKW BTKVV AK'I, Mew Orleaa.
Wholesale Grocers, Got. Factors
SO. 836 AND 858 FBONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TESSn
'STEWART BROTHERS & COMF All?
COTTON FACTORS AND C03IMISSI0N MERCHANTS,
njr.W ORI.RABiR. LOTTTSIATWa.
B. WITSrCMTH Co
. ,v. ' -"'V '
Wboleaale Dejaler and Pabliahasn,
Bole AaenU lollowlng Ilrat-Olaaa Inttramantai Vl il
pianos K"-ICH caVK&&; J
ay A RBW T-OCTAVK PIANO FOR It0.tal
Write for OAtlonai. KHuaa: And 2Vi WFrOHfP NT WFWPHV
Jaaaaa B. aalllwaaai.
ISM. jF'KBS I CJO;
TholeaIe Oroeera, Cotton XTaetora
And Commlsslsn Kerphants, . ,'
282 and 234 Front St., Memphis, to
aiCTW ECU AnAM AMD JBrFslKfliOiaj. ,f , yw
Mr. I. N. RAISKT derotos his whole time to the weighing and sa-a of all Cotton entrusted
mr. a. n i Krr. q., w,e....n... w w.M-etff -..
P. B. ALtJTON,
ALSTON. GEOWELL & CO.
Ahd CommlMion KrrchauU. Hay.Cori Oat,Bi-i, Cbop letHJ, OiMt,
LIh , Cement, riawter, Billdlny and Flra Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row, Memphis
JOHN E. R1SDLE COpIoPB'S,
( 88 Seoond St. Memphfi, Ten
SFOUNDERS & MACHW1STS,
aO A 1 U A VTTV A VBTT TJItTlO ATaTT TT A t InO T-fT
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALjRS IN
uglnes, Boilers, feaawmilta,
Bradford Corn and Wht SH11.
Cotton Pre), Cotton CJbis
NhaftlnK, Pulley 8, tic I
PA.1IAL SOXICB-Wa are prepared o All order,
on ai.N noUoe, for the cele. rated HaxArt Faleaal
Wreahi..' falley, W aarry 11 atook orer
Two Hundred Aaaorted niara.
ar Snil fur Catalorne ami Prlfie-Mat.1
PittNUiirg Arrow Tien,
and Band Powder Coifpauj'.
JUTE AND FLAX BAGSINGS
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PRIN0 AMD SUMMER.'
LEGABT STTLKS I
AGENTS FOR TBE FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 13,00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lace and Congreai.
Ulnitrated Catalogue and Prioa-Lln
Mailed Free on application. -M
for MOTES, GIN FALLS am'
IVTwtnPhiw. Tfttirij .
0. W. TOMLIN. WM. BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlia & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphis,
Offer ireol&l Inducements in Open Boeaiei
of our own make, at f5; Top Buaaiea oi
oar own make, at 812"). All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
mr Havtna; irlapoied of onr entire atoek o
Vehicle! and the Mannfaotnrina Depart
ment to Meairi. TOMLl.N A BENJkS, we
betiieak for them a oontinuanoe of tha
pa ronaae io tons extended to na.
CABRTAOK A- HAKOWAHB OOVPANT.
AHDKKW U.UWYWiHK Min
tlaoa. Clark. ; fx. J. Clar .
H. U. MAIIK1 .
i Baaai Aejaa Dairlaiia.
TE for reeeptioa ol a ueata June 12,1886.
V J Table eapfilied with the beat, t-uacial
ratca with laailiea. For Diarrhea, Dyapetv
lik. Rhealaaa and Malaria, watera and
olimate uearpeeeed. Write for circular, to
w . r. ilu.-SKLl,, Cathier,
Bnn Anna Bprinaa, Uick ma Co , lean.
CIA PON SPRINGS AND BATHS (Alkaline
J Litbia Watera alio Fine Iron Watera),
Uampahire Co., W. Ya. No foaa. No mala
ria. Where tbe aiek and overworked aoon
recover, and tha wall are alwaya happy.
Bend for pamphlet. W. U. tiALtt, Prop
fVAII Oil PBISUeV-A baautifnl health
retort. Tbewateraof theaeStiri nra have'
long been known for their remarkable eun
tive qualiliee. The apringa ara aeren in
number, each aprinr eontainini different
curative powera. The bath bouae ta aupplied'
with water from certain mineal aprinaa.
Tbeae a' ha in connection with drinkina tbe
water from ihe apringe auited to the invalids'
ailment act powerfully on diaea-e. Theae
diffnrent watera have no equal for the cure of
all kidney and bladder troubles, rheuma
tism, paralysis, neuralgia, dyspepsia, eorof
ula, caur b, rhronio alooholio poisons, fe
male weaknesses, all dixeases of tha liver
and apleen, hemorrhoids, dropsr and all dia
eaaea of the abdominal and pelvic viscera,
weak, debilitated eonstitutinna. and aa an
efficient brain and nerve tonie this water hai
no equal in tbe world. These spr nge are lo
catea in Clay county, III., five mile- north of
Clay City, a villaae on the main line of th
Ohio and Miraiasippi railway, 100 miles from
St. Louis, 23s miles from Cincinnati, 221
miles from Louisville, Ky. Excursion tick
eta for sale at ail ticket offices of the 0. A M.
K. H., and einnectini lines. Write for cir
culars andothe information 'o
C. K. lilLTS. Proprietor,
Bailor Sprints, Clay county, 111.
1BAHD M7lTX, ALUM M'RINUN,
M Kockbridge Co., Va. High up in tha
Viiginia mountains. Pictureauue surround
ings, extensive and beautitully shaded lawn.
(Jea, electrio bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two dully mails, post, telegraph and
expresa officea on the premiaes. table tha
very best. Luxuriously furnished rooms:
sui erb band of music Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Chargea moderute. Open for vis
itors, June 15th. Wuera; Alum, Chalybeate
and trftone. R. T. W ILKlMiON.Man'gT.
THE MO.TiO n Elt V
WHITi SULPHUR SPRINGS
Slonlsrnmrry t'onaly, Va.,
Having been thoroughly repaired and hand
a.imaly furn shed, will be opened for tbe re
ception ol visit rl on June 1, 186. For par
.:..i i . - iipniiiiii 1st u..ni, u
licuiar. api'ir io ufivnun tt . r n msua
ger, Montgomery Springs Postoffice, Monty
aomery county. Va.
WEST VIROIAI A.
Immediately on the line of the great Ches
apeake and Ohio railroad. Tbe moet cele
brated ol all the mountain resorts, and on
of the oldest acd most popular ol
AMf.RKAN WATEKlJiH PL1CFS,
Will open for the season June 1st. Elevation
above tide-water, 2uU0 feet; surrounding
asountains, 3&0G feet. Pamphlets l ecnbing
hysienic advantages can be had of the agent
of tba C. A 8. W R. K . or of
B. F. EAKLK, Huperintondcnt.
THESE waters poalalvoly cure Indires
tion, Dyspepsia, Kidney, L.ver and Ma
larial Diseases. Hheumatism, bore Eyes,
Skin Eruptions, Dropay and Onronic Female)
Complaints cured or greatly benefited.
Telograph and three daily mails. Flrst
closs accommodations at reasonable ratea.
Reduced railroad fare to all visitors. For
circulars, etc., address
Prop'r of Hotel Bennett. Searcy. Ark.
Finest Bummer Reort la America
Miunetouba Itcacli. Minn.
Offers accommodations unequaltd by any ho
tel m the west. Rates, 13 per day: 176 per
month. Circulars and fu.l particulars sent
Bromp'-ly on application to EliUftNJS MEHL,
ianager, Bt. Papl, Mih.
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for tbe seaaon of 18-6, beginning
June 1st, reduced '& to CO per oent, but
the highest standard of excellence main
tained. Send for Illustrated descriptive pamphlet
F. N. PIKE. Manager.
Kaleigh Springs Hotel.
NOW OPES for reception of guests. The
table wilt be supplied witn the best.
The room are nicely f .rnisbed and care
fully attended to. Rates per month. UO;
per week, 17. M. H. BURHOW k CO.
WILL be rpened June 1t. This noted
watering-p!ace ia sltumei) six miles
trom .tna Furndce. on the Niibville and
TuaculuoHa rai'road, in Hickman county,
Tenn. Hark will n.eet all tr 'ins at A)tna,
and will convey guests to spriu.s at a very
low rate. '
Board, 20 Per Month ; 81 Per Day.
hperlnl KKtra to Imiiiimp.
We invite all who wish to spend tbe most
pleasant sea on of their live' to come to
Beaverdam. especially seekers ot pleasure
and neaitn. uooa water anu pur air ia
Liverymen, Centrevi'le, Tenn.
K. A. DRaN. Pron'r Centreville Hotel.
Ci; NCFY SALE
lit AI JKTATJG.
No. S955. R. D. Chanoory Court of Shelby
county. tlrace u. Andercon et at vs. Bai
lie M. Johnston etal.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
ante, entered in the above cause on tha
20th day cl May, 1K 6, M. B. bi, page 629,
I will sell, hi public auction, to me niim
est bidder, In front o the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol bhelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
SintnrdnT, Inns) 12, 1886,
witbtn leg hours, the following deacribed
preperty, situated in bhelby county, Ten
The certain lot No S In block 53, on the
1ho ot South Mempms on tbe soutn nneoi
iind n street, fronting said street &U leet
and running back between paral el lines 230
leet, upon which is erected a two-story
frame rest ence Mo. iv Liinden st-eet- Also,
the 14 49-100 aores, being all that part of a
twenty-acre tract in Shelby coun y, begin
ning at a stake on the eaa-. boundary line of
tbe John hauisey COUO-acre grnct; thence
south 15 chains 4uS links to a stake; thenoa
east 12 chains and 41 links to a stake; thanos
aorta 16 chains TUVilinki to e stake on tba
routh side of McLemore avenue; thenca
south 83 west With the south aide of said
avenue 12 chaina and 50 links to the begin
ning the whole description containing 20
acres, moe or leas, and excepting therefrom
6 M-100 acres at the northwest corner, here
tofore sold to M. 1). Johnston, which b 51-100 '
stis begins at the northwest corner of said
tract; thence south with the east aide of
Haleigb avenue (00 feet; thence east parallel
with McLemore avenue 4tO fret: thenaw
north parallel with Kaleiib avenue A00 feet
to tbe south line of Mcl.tm re avenue;
thence west to the beginning. 1 be 14 49-100
acres so Ut be sold will bo subdivided and
snht according to said hubili.iaion, a plan of
wnich will bo on file in th a office betore th .
dav of sale.
Terms o Sale Ore-loorth (f cash; bal- 1
anoe in sii and tweive aontha, aecured by
notes wit a-pri.ved security, bearina inter
est (ro dure c lien 'etaim a and redemption
barred. This May 21, 18M.
S. I. Mcl)l) A KLU C'erk and Master.
. By ti. F. Walsii, lieputr Clerk and Matter.
Pos tin i Fusion, Sulio tors.
BROWN'H 1ROS BITfERej HAS
been ned bv Mrs. Mary Hill, 286 Lin
den s'ree' Memphis, Tenn., forlive-trouble
and malaria with great benefit. She calls it
especially vnlnsb'e for home use.
fklV WIDSESDAY. tl t. !, 188;,
" at the Court-Mouse in the city ol Mem
phis, at 11 o'clock, I will let tor Shelby
county th- bniliting of TWO WkOUUHT
IKON HlOHWAi BRIDGES across Wolf
river one near the city at the bead of Sec
ond street 275 feet long, IB leet roadway,
wiih '.to feet channel M'-n, M) leet 1 w troaa
.ppro'ieh S.an at the north end of bridge
an a 75 l"t api r rh at ihe anmh end it
br.d ie f he alio ar K .lei b will be 73. feet
Ion, 13 ftot tm. ttw, fcl'h ,p;in across the
rue a' n.rih ei.d ot briilKO li4i teet long,
end oi a liib bn : acri s? a pon.i sou h eud
of biid-'. with tor I. e'nl vi duct interven
ing, i uhui tr i ii -s v il tie n e.t
II p rties bi d r an thin work will be
rnui ed to b d o th- ir nwn p ,:?i and se-i-acHtin
s h be t , T:n ur hr be t . rice
. I be diipt.il. ir.fiU .f lu bridges
wil b fwt i-l e ' ai.y una i h.ng to make
p a a d b 'Is
I re" v h right o reject all bids if
deenied oecea -v.
I .i l be .it the I'miH-F'iae .Vo diyend
Tue dav befur.: d y - f lei :?i. -onrerwith
colltrct"r'. I uient'on t eiauue I ex--ptct
to be ua i h other woia uipil then.
E. cul.K, Brijie Sup't.
But 17, ti -maDtwwn, Tenn.