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CEA.CHADIERS WARES IT
THE YICKSBriltt 1IER1LDM-BA-COX
AHEAI IX (itOIU.IA.
fome"lYhetT' Men In Arkansas Who
Tropone to Stand by the Demo
crat ic Tarti'a Nominations.
Kashvillo lUMtrr: Th Tenr.se
politician in WVliiiiirfm is psainp.
from afr upon tiie buetl ng trawda io
the capital "nl Wn State, ami saying,
''Do they mine mo at Lome?"
Nashville Bmmrr: When an oflicer
(erven bis term faj'hfullY there ii a
ba'anre of accounts, lie has ben
given lull valne received in honor and
emulumenti for bia service, and the
fStite is under no o)litiatioDB to keep
him in office nntil he dies of old g.
A supreme judge, who has held office
six'een years, has received all the
lienor and ftH.OOO besides.
Nashville Hantur: The Coffee
Couuty Convention appointed every
Democrat in the county a delegate to
tin KUte Judicial Convention.
Hopkiinville (Ky.) Em: The BHrfC
tioj ta ninnr.er la which MuMrs.
Knott anil Durham addreca each
other as "My Dear Ju d "My
IVur Governor" is an excellent sam
ple o! frozen iolit9neL.
Palm-ill (Ky ) Snrr. The Demo
ciR a proiuiae to ele( 1 1! e text Gov
ernor and Senator from New Jersey.
If lliey Bre to he Btrni",lit party men
and are not mugwumpa it will he all
ri(ih', but otherwise we would jua'. as
ao.iu have a Kujiuhlican.
Daducali (Kv.) A'tvv: Kx-.Sinator
Davis is talked of an Mr. Manning'
BiicctHsor in theCabiuet, If, aais rhkI,
Mr. Davis in n silver man, the Weit
will rej iice at liiit appciutaiont.
l'aducah (Ky.) Nrv-t: Mi's Ida Allen
is u candidate lor School 8nitriuteinl
ent in Uendern.on county. Hie is with
out opposite ii.
IVlucali (Ky.) A' mi: Louisville
wanui one II not both the coming
I'rosideiitial conviinlioim. The maw o(
the metropolis lor otlicon, conven
tit uh, etc., is only excelled in ability
by the self-lorilying ptntto of it
The Kl'.ibethtown (Ky.) Mffunujir
ArtVs: "If Gen. Uuckurr and Jlitle
Durham wait for the cillice to hunt
thi-m up, who will be Governor?"
The man, soys the Pa tuesh iVrunt, who
chares the ollice in n hole, in the Hon.
J. Proctor Kno t did in the last con
tent, will come out with it on a silver
J'li.lmsh (Ky.) X?w: Rpuiker Of
futt, who wania to be Attorney Gen
eial. greatly smirched his reputation
by bratdiiig the gambling act "iho
d d gambling bill ;" but this seems
to be not a half of his Bins of commis
sion. Bennett 11. Young of LnuiS'
villa publicly saya Ollutt naked the
pretident of the company thnt the at
torney of the Louisville and Niuhville
raiiri ail be sant to Kratikf rt to auint
in makicg np the rUilroml Commit
tee. If this tli a 'go be tiun, and
Youpg in a r'anoiiBiblo man, UU'utt'a
aspliaiioim will go t join Durham's
punctured Guuernii'oiiul boom.
The Quitman (Cleburne county.
Ark.) Light, edited ty a member i t
the Wl.eeU opjioat a nomirating ' a
(State Wlitol ticket, and diclnrea thf.t
it cou'd not support eiicti ticket "un
less it should be thoioughly Demo
cratic." LUtle K ick ( .7kJUti:rttr: Mr. D. N.
Mi Curry was osen delegato to the
f olitical S ate Wheel Convention by
lie Booue County Wheel, Mr. Hum
Murphy, the It ml ng Kopub lean of
iheriHli Congresiioiml Uistuct, and
th leading spiiitol (lie Boone County
Wheel, wua icHtructed to a' tend in
place ol the teeretary, who is a dele
ga e by viitue of his ollice. Mr. Mur
phy is one of the incut active Republi
cans in the State. He is at all times
a most delermiued and formidable op
ponent of Democracy, and, 1 ke Mc
Cracker) and barber and tho lesser
Republican partlfurs now managing
the political movement piecipitated
iu tho name of the Wheel, la leaving
, nothing undone to insure a disrup
tion of the Democratic party of which
the Republicans can take advantage.
Lee County (Ark.) Wheel has
adopted the following resolution:
Jifmtlfd, Tnat wo are opposed to the
nomination of a S;ate Wheel ticket,
and tbat we deem it expedient to send
a represent nivo to the meeting of
thejini'id Wheel, to be htltl on the
llth of Judp, svitli irmti unions to op
poBe and employ nil hnnorab'e mears
to prevent the nomination of a 8. ate
W bed ticket, and if his coum-els are
njmted, and if it te determined to
put a t iket iu the Held, he is licr,-by
ini truclud to enter a a lemn protest
againet such action and to withdraw
from the incttting.
Selma (Ala.) 7Vkw The bottom
baa flen out of the Mobile bolt. It
is told tf an English Premier that
whenever he was more than usually
haratwd ly the opoailiou, he would
say. "Well, we nnn-t apply our major
ity." Tha raud.ditea in Alabama
have Inen applying their majority
whenever they could, and it was
nothing but puerile in tho McKleroy
Stay crowd to bolt because tho Clay
ton Dawsoo coml'intit ion applied their
majority in Mobile.
Kelma ( AlaO Timx- V .on Pl fl
W. Johu of Dallas ii being mentioned
very geuer.illy in the HUie prow as a
cand data for Sne.iker of 11, moo
We do mil know whether Col.Jnhnia a
candidate or not. If he ia, he is very
much the most formidable man in the
Cjluml.OH (Miss ) Viiiwr.1 : The
Louisiana Legwlature, now iu sersi in,
is going over about tho same ground
that &ur? did in the winter andeprirg.
Ann nil the most important questions
arc: ec'-ium cf Judges, leviiion of
statulw, agricultural lien laws, and
riiiirra.l supervieinn. In releton e to
the la'ter qusttion a spe ial to tiie
Timet Virturrn says: "Mr. Strickland
gave notice, ho would introduce a bill
loraialroad commiisioo, Itisiuh
etantially tie MiHeiseippi law, which
ha j hea doclnrod c-nstitutiona! by
thft Uoi'cd ftt;a 8uprema Cou t.
.Siiibtor C r i;il ii of opioioa (hat the
till will pa-s the Kennta."
MeriJian (Mis..) .V,'. : Hurrah
for Leake coun'y. til e c m.ej biavelv
to t' o fiont f r Frav'd, the peiple'a
Cindi,ul.'. Wliil th vo a of fie
ciiii'yvill fir t be cjtt i r Col. Sin
'', "Ii i is ii a ki ilihf, but
w.. ,u:a do j i.o il n th all' . i'o'h
f h )i op'n hrt Ints M-pivs nte.i a
1 ills anil t' fa'.hfuly, yet who:i tint
fi.'i p i o lit ! 1LS been hoist ) ed, l,"ck.
will o r Ji hirifif undir tiio v to
nil banner oftht loave, alio, ir-tor.r-pt
b'opilriot Join W. J-'ewe.l.
Chat nn'.Ojja (TciiTi ) Timij: S;n;e
time ago it wan aid that Gen. Dibrell
had tnvadcl Hoh Ttylor'a territory
and carrieJ oil one or two of hi
cotintiea. Col. H-nder on is aho
cr d ted wit'i stialing etnie of D b's
mppcrt, an 1 row it trauepirej that
Tom Williams bus fcl o made a sortie
in the reg ot s ot the Fi nt Dis'rict,
and tbat one or two of Bob's news
paper trends lave spoken very high
ly of him. Taylor liasn't yet admit
ted, however, tht lie is ready to turn
the dia'ri::t over, lav and bavuauo, to
these ambitious gei.tleuien, and the
Htr.ing pr. hal'liiti.s ar tbat Bob and
l is ffiemls ill l? in Nashville and
have a hand ii the diapositiou of t e
vot:S of the lirat Distriit.
Augusta (Ga.) O-ronule: The fol
lowing is the vols for Governor as it
I' I uk .....
Pirkenf .. HH.
. K Crroll
. 2 Dooley
, 2 IiouiUm
, 2 Gordon
2 1 Lea mMM
, 2 Lumpkin..
Vicksbii'g (Miaa.) lltraid : A cor
respondent in Hundjy's Mi midiis Ap
psm., w ho nays he is a colored Kepub
li"m,8iwgct that James K. Chalmers
rim egain for CongroKM in thnKtcond
I)inti iit. He bins l,ittln Jim was
elii ted laNt time, but waHCinnted out.
There mils' to Homo m'slnke a'lout
tha'. We have io t hea-d tluit t'lul
niers cont Hied Jild je .Morgan 'h a at,
ml t Mat's Hie kii.d o lemn Ciiaimers
is. If tin re a as tt e 'ea-t gnunds for
a contaft he would l ae made it. We
raiher think thu corr.spondetit is in
t'.o tlx I he Hmuwj lit is, in this ci'y.
He loves to e'tim lie all the colored
men as live BepiiblicaiiH, t ke it for
(iranU'J that they nd vote, and ae the
properly of any one who opposes the
Doiuncratic nominee A'tl.ongh very
niHiiy colored men have ceased to take
any inteiert in electiona and pi ts
a number of others vote as Uier
p'ea o, and not m the prrporly of
others, wo hear those fame old tsti
uiaU'j and cha'goi. Last election the
y'ol w.s perfectly cinvinced ilia'
Calcbiugs was elected by a very large
majority, hut this year, when it is
known tnat the tint ol j el of ita life
is to defeat him, it prrcUims that ro
more ballot-boxes h ill he itulTed. It
should have informed the peoplo at
the time whiih ballot boxes weie
R.ufTtd in 1S84, and net put itself iu
the position ot trying to tramp up
arum thing a'ter iti'friind was nit in
doiHHd for posliunster by Mr. Catch
ingf. And the colored Republican
correspondent agraes perfedly with
the Pout ou another point, He wants
the cry of "nigger" rule b'oken down.
He sugges's Geu. Davis for Congress
in the Fust D strict, Chalmers in the
Second. Hi m rail in ti e Third, IWorj hm
in tliB FouitVt, Judge Hancock in the
Fifth, Judge llemltrfton in the
K xth and Gen. McKo io the
Seventh. Kvery single tolitary
one of them white. That plan
would ceitainly break down tha "nig
ger" rule cry. It would nicely sub
stitute the old mi'tho I, so popular
with the carpi tbacgers and fcallawags,
for the niggers to do the voting and
the carpetbiggers and scailawatst)
bold tho i Ifices. The plan is so much
like Chalmers, Beck and Company
that we raally think Chalmers wrott
it out, and borrowed tome coloied
IJepubllciin's authority for it.
CoininrocFiurnt Kxerrliiea of I be
Wealejan Feinale 4'olleae.
Ispicul to thi Arrmi,.
Bkownsvillk, Tnn., June 0, The
c nimoncement exercises of the Wos
leynn Femile College were flnidind to
day, lhe occasion was one of con
siderable interest and was largely at
tended, inougn the weather waa very
inclement. Dr. llo i of Vundirbilt
Univeraity preached tho commence
ment sermon Sunday morning. Tues
day at 10 o'clock am. the alumni
gve their annual concert. The Hon.
w, l. Mcrauund addressed them.
Tho programme wa a very lino one,
ami was well carried out. Missl.auia
Hioilfonl read a h s'orv of her alma
muter, whicU was listened to with
great interest. Mian Simerville read
hoe eaaay. Mr. W. G. Brook way
of Gn tnden, Ala , Mrs. Lyle,
Misses Felsji tlml and Wilson tang
selection", and Mr. Tnompsin,
Misses Wagner, Mollie and Kate
Williams smUined the instrumental
pa't of the programme. Tue day
night the r. gu'nr school e-nreit to k
plare, and did great credit to Mrs.
A'alkios, htiid ol ttcsiliLol of music.
A largn niimher of young ladiej were
brought out, tome of them giving
g'eal proniis", and do ng bet'er tha.i
mhojlgirls ttien do. Wednesday
morning tho tegular commencement
address wes dalivered by Dr. W infield
of Lit le Kofk Piiies and honors
were disli ibuted. and the school closed
for tho summer li9 iduys. Prof. Will
lams, the president, is a fi.ie teacher.
and the peiforniancea cf the girls
show that be and his ajuisttnta have
nee a laittilul to tliir ehatga.
COL. FOLSO.U'8 WEALTH.
lhe Itlapoellloa ol Mra. 'lavUa4'a
UrBdrailiera f ortane.
Nxw Yobk, June 9. A Buffalo dis
pa'ch to the rimf says : AtFolsom-
ale, Moudiy, the wi l f Col. John
B. Fola tu was opened. The estate is
worth about $400,000. Col. Folsnm'a
will provides tor the payment of all
deb!n. The second and third c'ausae
make minor bequests. The fonith
prov sion gives all the r.eidue of the
estate to his daugliter-in.'aw snd
grandchildren: Mrs. Alice K Folsom
widow of ienjinin; Mrs. Kmma C.
iolsom, widow of Osrar; Fiancts C.
olom, Emma A.,Willia-u K., Benja
m n F. and Alice S., children of Ben
jamin F. FolNotn; Mary A. Martin,
dajghter of Dr. W. N. Martin, to bo
divided f lure and ehiire alike. Mrs.
Alice Foleoiu ie given the us, occupa
tion and incune of ilia lanu and
house until her cbi'dien sra twenty
one. The executon named in the
will are Benjamin Fo'.gom of Buffalo
aad Mrs. Alice Folsom. The will was
execu'ed November S, 1S83.
Aarlrnl Order r Hlbernlnaa.
Si banton, Pa , June 9. The State
mvi io-ictthe Ancient Order of Hi
berniHiig is iu aeesion iu tiiis city.
DnVgiitta are present Ir.in all eectii ns
of ttirt Male, and th convention is
londdcred t) beone ot llu mol ini
poriint ho'il for many yean. The fob
lowirg cable dispatch w s-rt ti Mr
I'ar uh U-it u;gh : "Bd Ireland he
ol ioid ho;i;. J.j t t!ie In h Na u::
a -sis sii-d nrj.ly bv tbeir ei 1. r;.
The At i-e t Ord. r ol "Hi! e ni ns of
IVnnvani in Ma n tonvo- lion a'
se ; Moil pie l tli,.jr kindred in Do
Inrd ii;; t il anil gone'ons fu. por.
nr.til lr:hh nati. nd iiule, erulonie
f on ,1. Ujd tn thP .i,.-.v"
THE ALABiJIA DEMOCRACY
MEETIXO OF Til F. STATE CONVEX
TIOX AT .M0NT;0MEKT.
One of lh Most Representative
Bodies That Erer Assembled Io
IsriciALTO T8S arriAL l
MoNTooMgnv, Ai.a., June '.. The
Democratic S'a'e Convention met at
noon to day at the capital, and was
oponed with pr.yer by Dr. Barkheail.
The chairman of the State Executive
Committee, 11. C. Tompkins, in call
ing the convention to crder, is te
representatives of the Democratic
puty. composed of the integrity and
lotelligence ol this commonwealth,
alluding to the high charao'or of the
diatinguished gentlemen from whom
they would have to select, which
would, be raid, make their work com
paratively easy, gave a retrospective
view of former years, cong-alu ated
the convention on tbe happy condition
of affairs in the Ktat, and tbe victory
achieved bv 'he national Democracy
n s scaring Cleveland as their standard
bearer, spoke of tbe great success of
the adminietMtion under bis wise
leadership, and ea'd the party wss
dettined to retain it. He nominated
tne Hon. Wilbur F. Foster of Toske
see for temponryehairman, who ws
Mr. Fostir addrefsel fhecoKVen
t'on a' lo'gtb, reviewing Ms'e and
national pol ti s. He liuppiW al
Imlod to the Ititter as follows:
"There is no feel ng io the groat
I eiiioi-ra'ic heart of thd fconth in
consiKbrjt With the most devoied
loyalty to the Utiin no aspimtion
thnt dns not roni; rohend tho interest
and hapi iiiees of sixty midions of
Auuriuin titiins. The r.ext blow
that ii aimed at the integrity of the
Federal Government wil! lomo f otn
I eyond tho bord rs cf tho l ite Con
fedeiate states, and shouhl nm ther
civil conllut nnfoituna'ely arise it
will be the Southern hosts Unit will
car y the Hag and keep atop to tbe
music of the I'nioa." Ano ber grati
fing fact was Ilia, in view ot the
probable compilations, there is cot
even a su-pioion of nininigirg in
this convention, nor intimation ol
co- test as to the mnjo ity of
olliceis. The chief ohsorh'ng
topic was tho cor.toet for (i iveinor.
There was little mrrio left f -r mis
take, tince four of the most d is tin
gii'ih d gentlemen of the State were
bef A th Convention Clayton, Daw
saw, McKleroy mul Say-a noble
qnarte'to, tacli cf them reicg abso
lutely tinuH ivlnble in every lespect.
He sprite of the canvass being cairied
oninarpirl' of high mr rals, and, in
concluding, admonished self snTi (Icing
patrioticm in the ranks of AlaLnma
Temporary officers were elected,
counties called, lists of delegates
handed tho swre'inies, and Commit
tees on CreJontiale an 1 Ptrrunnent
Ornauizilion were appi inted.
There are but three con cs'.ing ilele
gatiors, from IajweJoj, Uieene and
Adjourned (ill 4 p.m.
On ri!?s;emb'irg, the Crarlcnfial
Commit o not being ready, the con
vert ion adjournal until 9 o'clock to
morrow. TIIK rUBSONNKL OK THK CONVENTION
could not well be improved. It is one
. - i: i : T ... . i
oi ii IB nveni, nr.uuie6i, mis. repre
sonlat ve bod es ever assembled at
this bist)iic Cipital. Sptctilation is
ri'e as to who will carry the much
coveted prize for Governor. Facb
ciiidii'ata lies a large followirg. Fiom
frequ nt remarke, giining s'rength
hourly, the one whim the Alabama
daili'S counted on as bsvicg tho
smullest vo e in the coaveotioo, tbe
Hon. Thomas b'eay of Ha!c,.late pres
ident of the Alabama Senate,
a distinguished, refintd, scholarly
gootlemin, is now most promi
nently mentioned as tb- nltima'e
clioics of the conven ion. No nutter
however, who of the quartette is
chosen, Alabama will get a good Gov
ernor. Tha beet feelirg prevails.
There are nearly 800 delegatus pretent,
and fully as many followers and
friends ol the respective candidates.
TUB CHANCKRV CONVBSTION
of the Eastern Division renominated
tbe Hon 8. K. McSpsdden of Cherokee,
tbe presant incumbent, by acc'ama
tiou. Chancelor Fi sher of tbe South
ern Dlviaion bus no opp irilion. Judge
J- hn T. Hubbard of tiiis i-'eannd Con
gressional C rcu't wai renominated by
a bar dsome mi' rity.
The city Is A lei wi b Ftrangers.
The comlnati n ia the all absorbing
lopic. ( bancelior Cobb of the West
ern Division was renominated to
The Yitrd Mantero' Annual (obt(b
lloa. St Paul, Minn., June O.-Tbe
Twelfth Annual Convention of tlis
Ya d-Mnsle's' Mutual Binevoleiit As
nociation cf tho Uni ed Htates and
Dominion a'aembltd here this morn
ing, President Jamee O. Csmpbell of
Derry, Pa,, in the chair. Mayor Rice
delivered an address of welcome.
The membership cf the older is cow
1100. About ll'O delegates a o present.
Xunilnatofl for Oaveraor of Main.
Lkwiston, Ma., June 9. At the Re
pnb ican Convention heie to day the
Hon. J. Ii. Bodwell was nominated
f .r Govoinor on the first ballot.
HI Bnltrr Fallare la llllnolw.
Woodstock, III , Jnne '. Late la't
night it was learned that W. A. Bo'ea,
tbeownrrf twenty buttr fac'or'es,
had lai'ed.More than $100,000 in claims
have alretdy teen tiled. His failure
baa aho ciustd tha bnnking house cf
It. 8. Parker to e'ese
r WHBOR'3 COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVER
wOIL AND LIME. A
To the raaampllT-l4l I hone
who lantalih under tho tatal Miarlly of our
chmate through any rulmunarr complaint,
or awn thou who are in docolod Comunip
tion, bf no rnernii dMair. There if a lata
and lure rented? at hand, and one eauilr
tried. "Wilimr'a Compound of Cod-Liver
Oil and Lime." without inwneaeint tha rerf
naticatin( flavor of the Oil heretnfor
ue i, i end wrd brthe Phoai-hata of Lima
with a heal n property whirti rendera the
Oil d'.uMy e ffi. a.-iout. Rmarkalile tellmo
n i ! f Of etli'-a.-T pin be hon. Sold by
A. It. Uii hok, CheruiM, Iloaton, and all
KAiiitti. rirravi.ai rsr mik-
II I. milll KlCM r,I!( KKS1I "US.
UNKXi'Kl.l K . KM F a M 1 1. 1 I jb.
hKOiM U.Mii:i HV I1IK
lllliol Jtvilivnl A ill. r.l)lra.
K.lr centf for tho t'tiitr.l Jtulrt,
lHt l'K !. aMll.ll A i 0 ,
ll -U'. bliu tt., t lura.
APPEAL THURSDAY, JUXE 10, 18SG
Blind, Lleedinj and Itching, Posi
tively Cured by Cnticura.
A WARM hath with Ci Tiers Soe, an
ei'iu iite ckin Ileaulifirr, and a ainala
applir-atiog of Ct'Tii'iaA, tbe great Hkin
Cure, will inutitly allay tbe intense itohinj
of the uiot ap-ri ited care of Itcbtnr l'ilea.
Th'a trealrner'. cumbined with nnall dorel
of Ci'TK'ita lUttu.-i a.T, the new blood Pu
rifier, thioa tin. ei per day, to regulate and
trei.Kllien tha howcla, overcome constipa
tion and remove th caufe.will cure Blind,
llleedina and trhina 1'ilci when all other
reiuediei alia even ph.lcibnf lull.
IT HI.U riLF.H.
Iwn taken for tbe lint time In my life
wi'h Iilin file, ao aevere that I eould
hardly keep on my feet. I uaed varioua
remedial for three woeki. when the dipeaie
took tha form of Itching Pilea, and growing
worn. By advice of an old gentleman I
tried the Cctiitka, One application re
lieTed the itching and I wai aoon cured. I
with to tell the world that in otaei of Itching
Pilea the price of the Cuticuka i of ao ao
count. From an unaolicited iuarter.
Concord, N. H. 0. C. KIBBY.
I begin the aie of yourCi'Ticcia Rimidirs
when you irat put tbem on the market, and
know of two caiea ol ltcbing Pilea that hare
been cured by the uae, at my auggeation, ot
tbeae reaiediea. ., ,
Vudun, III. F. N. MARTIS.
A 1.1. THAT TOt7 CXAIH.
I have trle.l your CoriciB Riagnnts and
tn 1 tbem all that yon claim, and the de
mand for them in thii flection is eret.
T AIQI SIIS W. CULLISS.
Ct'Ttct'Hi ItiMUKifS hare given uplendid
natmfaotioa to lh...-e of my cuatomeri who
have had njvii'ion to una thotu.
I K.NKY UtKMAiii, Drugiriat.
CctictaJ RaanniKB arc a positive cure for
every torli ol kin and Blood Diie-iflea,
from Pimilci to tcrolula. Sold everywhere.
Price: CtnoiKA. 50 centii Koap, 25 centfi
Kkhoi.vkni, 81. '0. Prepared by the Pott KM
Dm a and Chkvical Co., Boston, .Mnfll.
(send for"Ilow In 4'n reSklu IUeMc."
i; I.' 1 V !leini-lie, Pimples, Blackheads
and l!ahy Humors, use Citiitra
TIK.I Itl X l.tN Strength-
aA rj n 1 ait ru'iuiuit;ii) iiiunui-
'fljii.Htiitp bubduod. and MuIhtihI
-Vl tnl Ki ideiuif bieeHfoi Prevontod
Pr.T. lllby thai infullibie antidote to pain
El'-W' .tn 1 intlnunniUiont tha Cvticura
R V. .If.fl
JLUJLJalJXalaaJaL I I
Fortj Ytiirs a Siiffcrer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
" FOR FOKTY YEARS I have been a vic
tim toCATAKllll-three-fourttis of the time
a sufferer from KXCltt'i'I TIN( PAINS
ArKO.Sa MY KliiEllKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. The dischurges wore so offensive
that I heil'ate tu mention it.ricopt lor the
good it may do tome othor sufferer. I have
spent a yotnn fortune from uiy earnings
during my forty years of rufloring to obtain
relief from lhe doctors. I have tried patent
medicines very one I could learn of Irom
the tour coraor. of the earth, wit'i no relief.
And AT LiAsl I"" years of age) have met
with a remedy that has cured me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 12H pounds,
and now weigh Ho. I used thirteen bottles
of the medicine, and the only regret I have
is, that being in the humble walks of lile I
may not have influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufferers to use what has cured me
Ha Inn's Pioneer Blood Renewer.
" No. M7 i'coond street, Macon, Oa."
' Mr. TlnnrY Gheves. tha writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, ua., merits tbe confidence of ail ln
tereitedin catarrh. W. A. II' FF,
" F.x-Mnyor of Macon."
FLESH PRODUCER &. TONIC
Gninn'a rioneer Illood Rcncwer.
Cures all Blood and Skin Diseases. Rheuma
tism, Scrolula, Old Sores. A perfect Spring
If not in your market, It will be forwarded
on receipt of price. Small bottles, tl, large,
Esrayon Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
BACON HEBICIXE CCiW. PANT.
The Great Southern Remedy for all
AND CHILDREN TEETHING.
Ttifn nr rirv fpw who rto not know of this
Hull hush Kntwlfitf Alnnicfttilo of our monnttalnfi
miui hi lis: but verv fw n-alize tho fiu-t, th.n.t
th1 liltli piiiph iM-rrv, which so niftiiv of ui
IIH rait'Il in TliiMl rvi'ry rtniiin1, turrr tm m ii iii-
riph' hi it hrtviiiir i w innliTfiil rffwt on this
howeln lir. Hiunr's U iu kh'lorrv C'orilhit ta
tilt IiHKAT Wtl'THKHM KH4K1V ihflt rPHlorPS
tho in Mn oim iffihloir, mul cure l)lurrhu
livMrtiifrv nnd Cmmp Colic.
NviiPii ii vius,wrci ihiit At tli! on?ton of
tho iir Kiicicifii nml ilaniti riius nttiu'kft or inn
ImiucIk nn m frt'ijiH'iit. hiiiI wi hftir of ao many
iIchiIk ot-tMirrlnii hs-fnn n nhyslchin run l6
rail' , tn, tt in ini)Hi titnt. tliui norv lionr
Iiohl rihiihil pri'vlih- lliMiis'lvi- wlih wmm
c;H'.ly ri'lh'f, H doti of Whirl) Will rt'ltevi' (h
It.u:i tin.t mivf much nnxUlv. Ir. ItlBurrB
.in Ui"!.rrr t.ll(il In u hlinph' rt nifuy w hlcb
llltV rhiiii .4 nli-11-..-it 1.1 tllkt
In . t..r
:mmI Mniit-tii wtl
run1 I iiiimis, i rniui uiiij I on
ii I I". BMi I M A hot tit.
I IMllU'iiti. ITI
No. 4iW, R. D. Chancery Court of Rhelby
county. Asa Selby et al vs. II. J. lloi-
lintfiwortb et al.
1 virii of an tnterlcentorv decree for
JJ tala, entered in the above can mi on the
rithday ot May. 1. M. U.M, . nut. 1 win
ell at r-unlie auction, to the hiirhest bidder,
in front of tbe Clerk and .Maxter's office,
eourthou e oi tibelby county, .v,emibia. Ten
i.iardsr. June 11 sss.
within legal hou e, the tollowinn described
Vroiierl, auuaiea in sntioy oouniy, inu
DflK.rn. I., wit ;
lhn r..m.,n,Iar Interest of the ic'.r ol
Lou-s S!l,y, sr., decea'od, in and to loti 19
and M. ,, ufiH-kX, on the loan ot the cityot
Men. oho, on Ro avenue, norih of Poplar
st-eet. e.i.-h front'nir Hosi avenue 75 leot
Wltil .1, .(h of H" 4 fret.
I,. I... .1BA.iolion of the limn lrol-
ertv rrl reuce il here made tu the records of
tbul'.urt. , ...
Tern. ii of Fale One-f .urln cash: Ivalnneo
in mix nr j iwolva month, secure t by notej
with nr-. roved securiiv; lien ro;nined and
redet.ii i..ri barred.. Tbi May 21, !"'.
. I Mrl0A' I- -L.- t-'ler'A nd Master.
Kv II J.' tV.lh, Hcputv Cicrk and Jlajter.
Pb;5 i poston, tolic'tori.
OHOGEBS, G0TT0IM FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
2Gj and 202 Front tit., lemphU, Tom
F-ki'i'.i. SPECIAL NOTICK-We an prepared to fill ordert,
' -.7' ariam entic. for the nul.r r.t. HiulHrt Pktnl
.'SV'tvV Wronajht.. falley. We oarry in itook over
JOHN Id SPEED & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SALT, BAGGING AND IRON TIES,
363 FKONT ST., - MEMPHIS, TEXX.
Ohio Itlvor and Michigan Salt ouipauicH,
J. Painter and Sn I'illslnirg Arrow Tie?,
Lalliii aud Hand Powder Company.
BEST BRANDS OF PURE JUTE AND FLAX BAGGINGS
LAKGEST BltEWERY IN AMERICA.
JoSiSclilitz Brewing Gompanv,
S. ROESCHtR. Agent, Memohia, Tenia.
Male la 1883, 300,000 Rarrlk......Salw of sfomphta Branch, 100,000 K(i
Nalei In la4. HriO.IMIO Narreli.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Street, : 3TeuioliJH. Tenn
ADLEE BRO. & G0.,26i MAIN ST
SHOE S WX
WWIll pay Good Prices for MOTES, GIN FALLS and
TKASIIY COIT03 of all description. Send for Circular
and Prices Paid.:
-W- SP.:E!H.'S, Jr.
75 Vance Street. Memnhin. Tenn.
WholesaMrocers, Got. Factors
WO. 850 AND 858 FBONT STREET, 51E3CPIIJJ9, TEIfS
STEYART BROTHERS & COtlPAirS
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WFH7 ORLEANS. friS14TJ4.
B. WITZMAMWi Co
Wholesale Dealen and Publishers,
Bolt Aientf following Flnt-Clasi Instrumentit
Steinwav and 2S-xi5tT3e
pianos KBASICH AC?i"AJkl?Sc: PEA"
OIIOAXS-.-"0" &&V22Eti! WAum CH
ar A HW T-OCTAVK PUNO FOR IIM.TJI
Write for Oateloirnwi. Non.aX1 sand aaft SKCONO ST.. WF.WPHV
aloaB B SalllTaB.
Wliolcsftle Grocer, Cotton Factor
And Commission Kerchsntt,
232 and 234 Front Si, Memphis, Tenn
BCTWCC9 ADAMS AID JKFrEKSO!!.
Mr I N RAISKT derotes hit whole time to the weirt'tis; and sale of all Cotton entrusted
t n11r i.linr Outran W.wh'.ne. W.hincrnn trt.
P. 8. ALSTON,
JS. w. tBOWILl,,
ALSTON, CROVELL & GO,
And Commission Merctisnts. Hay, Corn OaU,Hi sa, Chop Feed, Oil-Se&I,
Lira. , Cement, 1'laoier, Baliaing aad Tin Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front aud Union, 1 Howard's Kow, Mcmplils,
JOHN E. EADLE k C0.,PK0PB'8,
98 Second St. Memphis, Tenu.
FOUNDERS & MACHIXISTS,
MANUFACTURERS ASD DKALBRS IN
.nfftnes, Boilers, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat MILK
Cotton Press, Cotton U!ns
ShanintT, Pnllevs. Kir-
iwo uunarea Asaorua Biiei.
rSend for CHtaloiue and Price-list."
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PRIN8 AND SUMMER.
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS'
W. L. Douglas $3.00 Calf Shoos
In Button, Lace and Congress.
ar Illustrated Catalogue and Prloe-Lin
Mailed Free on application. m
Qt, W. TOMLIN. WM, BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Toralin & Beujes,
179 Bain St., Memphis.
Offor special Inducements in Open Bunder
oi our own mate, at aoo; xop jjufftries ol
our own make, at I12U. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
mr Havini disposed of our entire stork a
Vehicles and the Manufacturing Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A IIENJkS, w
bespeak for theua a continuance of the
pa ronnne so lone extended to ui.
CABRT.VE A HaRDWAKK CllMPANY.
AIDKEW 1. (iWYJiNK Mwh
I. J. Cl-
H. 11. HACBT.
ME & CO.,
Boa liaa Rarlaaa.
OPEN for reception ot e-oeits June 12,lfW).
labia auMilied with tbe best, r-peciai
ratca with families. For Diarrhea, Vjntfy
sia. nheuniat im and Malaria, waters and
climate unsurpassed. Write for riroulari to
W. V. KUSbkLL, Ca.-hit-r,
Bon Aqua Spring!. Uickman Co , lenn.
I "IAP0N f PRINOS AND BATHS (Alkaline
Vj Lithia Waters; also Fine IronHaiers),
Hampshire Co., W. Va. No fuiri. No mala
ria, n here tbe sick and overworked soon
recover, and the well are always happy.
bend for pamphlet. W. II. SALK. Prop
AILOg NPKISUH A beautiful health
resort. Thewateraof theeprinas have
lone been known for their remarkable cura
tive qualities. The aprinir are seven in
numoer, eacu fpr ma eontaining; ainereni
curative powers. The bath-bouse is supplied
with water from certain mine'al sprinas.
These i at us in connection with drinkinc the
water from ihe aprinis suited to the invalids'
ailment act powerfully on disease. These
different waters have no equal for the cure of
all kidner and bladder troubles, rheuma
tism, paralysis, neuralgia, dyspepsia, scrof
ula, oalarih, chronic alooholio poisons, fe
male weaknesses, all diseaaes of the liver
and spleen, hemorrhoids, dropsy and all dis
eases of the abdominal and pelvic viscera,
weak, debilitated eonstitutiona, and as an
efficient brain and nerve tonio thia water haa
no equal in tbe world. These spring! are lo
cated in Clay county, III., five mile, north of
Clay City, a village on the main line of tha
Ohio and Missiasippt railway, 1U0 miles from
St. Louis, 238 miles from Cincinnati, 230
miles from Louisville, Ky. Kxcursion tick
ets for (ale at all ticket offices of the O. A M.
K. R., and cinneotini lines. Write for cir
culars and other information o
C. E. HILTS. Prnnrietnr.
Bailor Springs. Clay county, 111.
rjE4D HOTKL, ALUM MPHINWM,
B Horkbridge Co., Va. High up in the
Vlrginiamountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and beautilully shaiied lawn.
Gas, electric bells, and all modern improve-
... j..ii. .;i. i.i.-.i.hk i
eipress offices on the premises, fable the
very ubi.. uuiunvu.i; iuiuifufh inuuie j
suierb l.'iD.l of music Send for illustrated
iuphlet. Charsc moderate. Open fr vis-
liorp, June l.Jlo- mttfru: viium. t n-iijue'iie
and retxoiic. R.T. HILKIrit)N.Man'iT.
WHIT SULPHUR SPRINGS
tf n ff oiiif ry only. Va.,
Having been th- roughly repaired tind hand
s imely furn flbed, will be opened fur the re
ception ot visit tb on Jane t, 1SW. For par
ticularsapplvio UKOHGK W FA7U, M ima
ger, Montifotnerv bpriogfl Poatollice, Munt
n ornery cou ti t y, Va.
Immediately on the line of the great Ches
apeake and Ohio railroad. The most cele
brated ot ull the mountain resorts, and one)
of the oldest and most popular ol
AMIKKAX WATEKIMJ PL4CES,
Will optn for the season June 1st. Elevation
above tide-water, 2uUft feet; surrounding
mountains, :VMR) feet. Pamphlets "ecribirjg
hygienic advantages can be bad of the agent
of tbe C. ik S. W R. K , or of
1). F. EAKLE, superintendent.
THESE waters poxlilveljr cure Indieei
tion, Uyciiepsui, Kidney, Liver and Ma
larial Diseases. Hheumatism, bore Eyes,
Skin Eruptions, Dropsy and Cnronic Female
Complaints cured or greatly benefited.
Tclograph and three daily mails. First
class accommodations at reasonable rates.
Reduced railroad faro to all visitors. For
circulars, etc., address
Z. T. BENNETT.
Prop'r of Hotel Bennett. Searcy. Ark.
Finest Summer Kesort in America
tIliinetoiika Itcacli, M lun.
Offers accommodations nnequaled by any ho
tel in the west. Rates, (3 per day: tig per
month. Circulars and fU'l particulars sent
promp'.ly on application to E(jtiMi ilEUL,
Manager, St. Patjl, Mt.in.
Old Foint Comfort, Yirgiuia.
TERMS for the season of 18-6, beginning
June 1st, reduced 25 to 0 per cent., but
the highest standard of excellence main
tained. Send for Illustrated descriptive pamphlet
F.N. PIKE. Mnnager.
Kaleigh Springs Hotel.
NOW OPEN for reception of guests. The
table will be supplied with the beau
The rooms are nicely f-rnisbed and care
fully attended to. Rates pt month. ISO;
per week, 87. M. H. BI RHOW A CO.
BE A YE RD A 31 SPJtlNGS
WILL be rpened June 1st. This noted
watering-place is situnted six miles
from Mini Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in bickinan county,
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at JJtna,
and will convey guests to sprints at a very
Board, 930 Per Month t 91 Per Day.
MptM'ln! KnlrM lo t'umlllpa.
We Invite all who wish to spend the most
Eleasant sea on of tbeir lives to come to
eaverdam. especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Good water and pure air in
Liverymen, CentreviUe, Tenn.
K. A. DF.AN, Pron'r CentreviUe Hotel.
CIZ NCERY SALE
12 IE All JESTATE.
No. 5955, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Grace L. Anderson et al Ti. Sal
Ite M. Johnston etal,
BV virtue ot an interlocutory deoree for
sau. entered in the above cause on the
20th daj cl May, IK'-ti, M. B. 52, page 629,
I will sell, hi public auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Maj
tor's office, courthouse ol thelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Mntnrday, Jnne 13, 18,
within lcg.i hours, the following described
property, sit uaed in Shelby county, Ten
The certain lot No. S in block 53, on the
plan of South Memphis on the south line of
Lind n street, fronting said street 50 feet
and running back between paral el lines I)
teet, upon which is erected a two-etory
frame resi ence No. 279 Linden street. Also,
the 14 49-1(10 acres, being all that part ot a
twenty-acre traot in Shelby county, begin
ning at a stake on tbe east boumlary line of
tbe John Kamsey rOOO-acre grant; thenoa
south 15 chains 40 links to a stake; thence
east 12 chains and 41 links to a stake; thenoa
north 16 chains 7'. links to a stake on the
louth side of McLemore avenue; thenca
south 83 west with tbe south side of said
avenue 12 chains and 50 links to the begin
ning the whole description containing 20
acres, rao'e or less, and excepting therefrom
5 51-100 acres at the northwest corner, here
tofore (old to M. I). Johnston, which 5 51-100
acres begins at the northwest oorner of said
trsct; thenca south with the east side of
Kaleigh avenue CUtl feet; thenca east parallel
with McLemore avenue 400 feet; thenee
north parallel with Raleigh avenue titO feet
to the south line of McLctn re avenue;
thence west to the beginning. Ihe 1449-100
acres so to be sold will be subdivided and
told according to said &uhdiviKion, a plan of
which will bo on file in th s office before the
dav of sale.
Terms ot Sale One-fourth (HI cash; bal
ance in six and twelve months, secured by
notes with approved security, bearing inter- '
est fro date ; lien 'ejain-a and redemption
barred. This May 21, im.
S. I. MrDOiVKLL, Cierk and Master. )
By H. F. Walsli, Deputy Clerk and Master. I
rott"n at rosion, p..nc tors.
s7gnsKsiAY, Jrxn as,
" at the Court-House In the city of Mem
phis, at 11 o'clock, I will let for Shelby
oounty th - builuing of TWO WROIj'UIIT
IRON HIGUWAY BRIDGES across Wolf
river one near the city at the head cf Sec
ond street 275 feet long, IS leet roadway,
with '.'tl feet channel pan. 50 feet 1. w trusa
approach span at the north end of bridge
ia "Vj"' approach at the tooth end of
pridge. The ene at Raleu-h will be 739 feat
long, 18 feet roadway, with i pan across tha
rive- at north end ol bridge lt feet long,
and one It long across a pond at sou'h end
of bridge, with 40, feet of viaduct interven
ing, lubulor ners will be ud.
All parties bi.idirg on this work will be
required to bid o-i their own plans and speni
ficHtioos. The bett plans for the best price
wi be .domed. A profile of the brid.es
will be furnished any one wi;hing to make
plars ard bids.
1 rejrve the right to reject all bidi if
I will be at the Coii't-II.vise Monday and
luoilny betore duy cl letting to confer with
cnntri-ter. I mention t!.. becaofo I ex
pect to t-e u?v wi b other work until then,
b. n. tt'LK, Itriote Sup't,
. J"xJIji!' '" "iit 'n, Tenn.
Jl HO W Tj-aj l I Ksi tm ,ti;ks itrenirth
ened Mr. L. M. Thompson. 316 Madison
street, .Moniphii, Tenn., wb'n feeling weak
and in need of a tunic, and wondcrluilv im