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f ORTSMITUS BUCKliOLE
X DIM-BACE TO THE U5ITIB
Filthy, Park, Iak noi Solaorae
Beyond Word to Describe A
Horror of Horror.
' Ln,d a Uuml i But"., rtrin'ly
pnbligl.ed an art v e written by Miaa
Anna L. I)iwe8 pivinif an rroiint of
tbe United S a e Prison at Fort
tuiith, Ark. Tim dofcrii.tinn appears
to be cnre'ul, and the writer but s
that a 1 th laita were I hid liefire tin
Department of Juntire in 14 in the
repjrt of ti e United States Marshal.
The Foit Smith l'rion corwit of
tbo cellar of the gnvti nmciit liaild:nK
UH'd mainly an a eotirt-hoiiHp. XI is
ce'lnr i divideJ in the uiidd'e by a
brick wall iuto t' ldiyi' rooms, each
filtr-tsro and twentv-nina
fee. I'Tnad, and ahoiit s-ven fett 1i;kIi.
The on y windaws are uti'lerneath the
verunds at the ends of the building.
There is m current of nir through the
cellar, and dunnc tlie lirp, hot, drv
timmeri if is iniiionihle ti kei p it
tolerably coo!. In these twi cellar
nartnienlH. when the Etutqfhfiit was
wriit?n, 10t jirisorerw packed.
In the Light ihs iniiintejr-Uep upon
wocJen t.er,che, whiiare stoied
aay during the dnjrme. Tliere
re no proper cconimJfltioiis of any
kind, and as the inwfiurarrera tu at
icr.h Siinlh ilwnfvinelnile Icnltr
ronirlis, fidl-blorjiled IiuliariH, ami
larjja majority of, Jieople accus'oined
to live ultlii y, tnc (urinary rnnmuon
of inch a den in If he imK ml. lleio,
however, a'l jrf'Mons awni inn trial for
cflVn-eR ninth ht the United Slatej
laws, as fii n many who have been
com ic ed, ar lliinn together. Mur
derers and dcHperdoes of all kinits
are brought in on tact witti men
whole worM oll'ijiise in a niisdeiiifanor.
YounK and old, (rniltv and iiinocenf,
are coimemiml lo stiller in this black
hole of a jail, tuiilor t in miiNtaiices of
tbe moHt reva tmx ami delnsinif ( liar
ncter. 'ine men churned with iiuir
der were in the nin e, ami freely an-
joia in ith lliein ujre mere hnys
accused of vioiaiinit gome law atmuM
supplying ti e Indians with arms or
liquor. So work is poaiille in the
cellar prison, ami the pmoners lr at
and lounge a wit v their titnu. The whole
picture of thin United S ales orison, in
short, recalls the ace imlsof kiiroiimn
iai s wr it-ii by Ihu jitiiliintuTonint
ilnward in the last century. Old
Newgate could not have been much
worsj. and probably was as lita'thftil
ti,cttl ishment and not a whit in ire
discreditiblo to the Uovornment. In
tbe ArkmiKtH case, however, tht-ra is
no ex (ine for the scandal that has
been j rmitted to continuo to long.
Prism iiuuiUKcnient has long beiu
erected into a science. The State l'ri
Bona all over the cjtinlry nre models
of cure and enlightened lorettiought.
It is only in a prison 1 mum I lately
tinder the authority of t lit United
Staku tint fo amazing a condition of
barbarity and rehct is permitted to
exist. Wilt, ai M'ss Dawes aj': "The
9rt act iu tlie whole disgraceful
"Series ia ilia fact that the NflVonal
tiovoinmcDt knows uli aliout this hor
ror. It cinnrt e'en plead Ignorance,
for the report of the Unit ad Slates
Marshal in 0, tobcr, 1881, to the Vo
j.artiiieiit of J Hit cn contains a full
etatemeut of the mutter, with all tbe
particulars, the atathtin and a dia
gram of the prison." Yet a year later
nothing has bueu done to remedy the
evil. The qution, "Wliat excuse
has the tinvernment of the United
. Atateato offer f r- the existence and
continuance of this ecandtl ?" has been
put, but no answer hid been at
tempted. Of course laik of funds
conld not be pNailed, nor any want of
facilities, since Fort Smit is on the
line of a railroad. Thutrj'h probably
is, that there was nobodyi to mako a
loss over tbe wrong, noboly to etir up
the government, and so tl situation
Vas unciianged, and wnd have re
mained so had not the lilin Rights
Association taken it up ami made the
facta public. Not that Fnrj Smith has
yet obtained a proper prison. Kef orms
are not introduced so quickly. But it
is to ba hoped that the ventilation of
the abuse will lead to itl removal, and
that in the course of tine, if not im
mediately, the Federal tiovrtment will
make such arrangomenm (or Urn keep
ing of its piiaiiie in at Foil Smith as
will put it on a level i;h the rent of
the civilixad world in Plcli matters.
('rookrlnr In t'onnerlitin H llti !
Nlrret Knllwny rl lunar.
Cmicauo. Iix., Jnn 0 The Mn7v
Nrm this morning prints a long special
irorn PhiUdelphii, respecting the
career of Charles T. Yerkes, jr., presi
dent of the Nortli Chicago Railway
Company, who hai just received aucU
mnniliuent grant from the City Coun
cil. The article nbows that Yerkes
was Indicted in the Court ol Dyer and
Terminer at Philadelphia, together
wuujoeepu t. Aiarcer, treasurer of
that city, for the emhe..lement of city
fnndtothe amount of $478,000. It
appeared that all the city moneys were
turned over by the city treaiurer to
Yerkes for investment and wero lost.
The specific charge agxitif-t Yerkes was
larceny of a cluck for $:i;i,048 50,
which amount of money it is charged
he obtained from the city treasury
October 14, 1871, and declared himseif
a bankrupt October ltl, 1871. Yerkes
was sentenced lo tbe penitentiary for
two years and six months. Mercer
was sentenced f jr four years and nine
months, lioth were pardoned at the
expiration of seviii months. according
to the special, for political reasons,
and to prevent disclosures of a dam
aging etmrader aniut oilier public
othcials then in otlice. The publica
tion has occasioned a preat senra'ion
here in connection with the allega
tions made in the Timet as to tbe sup.
posed btibeiy in connection with the
street railway ordinance.
The ttnnrlrrijr Rrport Cnbinltlett
by I'rcNlileut .Norvln Utvra,
Nxw Yokk, June t. The quarterly
repartof the Western Union Tele
graph Company was issued to day. It
says: The net revenues fd the quarter
ending June H0:h instaut, bael upon
nearly compute Mums for April, par
tial retn on f r M iy and estimating
Jhe buon -us tor Juiie will be about
1 ,000,000 Add hiir.dns April 1st,
Sy.SOtij.'kiS 43; from which appropriat
ing for bonded debt, 1L3,015, and
sinking fnnd fL'0,000, leaves a balance
of 4,3t)6,J."):H3. The falling off from
the ettimate in the net remits of lat
quarter ia due piinnipally to the judg
ments against the Wewtern Union and
(jlold and fjtock Company, amounting,
with interest ami co;f, lo $lW3.!t:(3,
for taxes levied by the 8 ate of New
York for 18H1, ou the entire capitivl
stock, represented bj property in
thirty-eight H htc, tn'Territ iri., the
Dominion of Ciinada, Great Iirituin,
the Island of Cuba and the high sens.
1'heie tai8 were paid a tew days be-
fote the lfst eftimete, r.n were paid
In the confident belief that if ntid we
would be able to obtain an act for theic
le'onding. They wtri not, tnerefore,
taken into the estimate.
As do o:her cor)oiation of any mag
nitude was so tared, except a ;ng e
railroad corporation, which has had
tha tax on cipital stock represented
by property w.thout the Htnte refund
ed; and as the otiicials of the State
and the Legislature hive recogn zed
tbe act by having it amended apply
ing to 1S82, 1883 and 14 ami there
afier, it cannot be ! uhted that jus
lice ill finally be awarded, and this
extortionate taxation refunded. The
revenues from current commercial
busincrs and news k rvice continue to
show a handsome improvement. The
increise at test othi es pince the first
of January is !r 110,(00 in exciss of the
corresponding five uiontlis of the pre
vious year, or an average of about
f "ilHIO per week, tint toin im rea-e ia
iimre thai count erb lunt ed by reduced
revenues fioin the cable and cr-iiuner-tial
news service. The low rates of
toll pruvai'.irg between ccinmeri iai
centeis requires the handling of a
largely incrtaed volume (f business
to inninia'n the fame revenuts, in
volving increased forte to liatid'e this
cla-a of bueinrs. much of which Is
done without profit. 'J he entire sur
plus, together with the sum represent
ed ly the laot dividend in certificates
of indeli'ednoN', lias gone into the
plant ard is represented by new prop
erty, and msy legally and properly lie
represented by capi al.zation either in
sto k or bnmls, an. I given to tbe stock
holders; but under all the circum
stances at the present time it is recom
mended Hint no div dond be declared,
N'OKVIN RKKS, Pri'fiJent.
A 31 AMI EH SMlSlll l).
Hon John Kulib riinlnhecl n Hlark
ttanrd fur lumiltluc II U Wife.
Chicag-) Trilmiw: "One of these lit
tl doineHtic episodes t! at eerva as ex
cellent warnings to men more advent
urous than discreet aid more coward
ly than either out urred at the Palmer
IIoiihb Monday morning. Mr. John
H ilil), the luniiH'Ki manager of Out
Williams's Compnny, now p aying at
the Columbia, and his wife nave been
stopping at the hotel since the com
pany reached town. Mis Kobb iB of
prepossefsing sppearanne. She wss
putting out of the ho'el by the Mon
roe stteet entrance Monday morning,
and on being obsequiously bowed to
by a strange man, litHli'onatily attired,
rc'urnod the suln at on, th'nking it
might poHeibly ba an acquaintance
whom she did not at the mo
ment rerognire. She wa paving
on, when the stranger placed him
self directly in front of her and de
livered himself of an irstilling rcniHrk.
Mrs Kobb turned aside Indignantly,
ami theB'ranger left the hotel at a
rapid gait. A byttander ha wit
nersed the allitir informed Mr. Kobb
of the matter, and the angry hnsband
left tbe hotel on a run in pursuit of
hisenemv, whom he overtook at the
corner of Wahtsh avenue and Mon
roe street. Mr. Kobb is small but
wiry, while his antagonist, it is said.
towered above him. The irate pur-
mrer geied his victim fl'raly by the
Coat collar a.nj yel!iVi. "Yod rascal 1
Vod insulted my wife, and if you
don't get down on your knes and lieg
her partlon 1 II kill you. At the
same time lie llonri-ihed an aggressive
looking pocket-knife in uncomfortable
proximity to the masher a lace, ine
lattar capitulated on demand, and
pale, bnt res-rved. march oil back to
the hotel with his captor, who es
coittid him to Mrs Kobb'a room.where
lis knelt and humbly begged forgive
nefH. This done Mr. Kobb allowed
him to depart, first, however, it is
salt), slapping his (a-e by way of fare
well. The elegantly-attired stranger
thereupon left with more rpeed than
dignity, but succeeded in concea'ing
liis identity, no one who witnessed
the affair appearing to know Hm.
Tiik cotton crop this year is figured
at 17,H(i4,!i50, a decrease of 60,000 acres
as compared with lattt year.
A 100-ton furnace will be put under
way forthwith at Shellield, Ala., by a
Pitsbnrg manufacturer. Capital is
Bteaiiily pouring into Alabama.
Tin out-put of the Minneanolis flour
mills for lust week was 13ti,H(H) bar
reli, averaging 'J'J,800 barrels daily:
i:i0,500 for the preceding work, and
107,500 barrels for the corresponding
time in lSSTr.
An exprees package containing 10,
000 was shipped from Cincinnati to
Yanwert. When it reached its desti
nation it was d scovored that the pack
age had been relieved of tho money
and cotton substituted.
Tiik Kentucky distillers have
closed for the vear. after making 10,
000,000 gallons' of Bourbon. Vith this
stock and a few Alaska glaciers and
the Louisiana sugar crop, a ealoon
keener might contrive to keep the
woli away from his door at 5 ceuts a
Vr Poi'tti.AB of Detroit used ben
r.ino freely on his furniture to kill
moths. J n it as he had completed the
job an explosion blew out one side of
the house and the rest was burned
down, tbe family making a narrow es
cape. It was an anctwtorol Mr. Doug
las who set tire to his stible to burn up
the II aj.
KlCI'llKSIfNTATlYK IlgNDKItSON Of low
pays that Kuruas City makes tiOOO
poundsof oleomargarine dailv.and Chi
cago over lOO.tMO pounds. Cincinnati
made "ttrt.OOO poumla in 188.S. Louis
ville made MW.OOd pounds ol imitation
butter. Mbhv other cities made much
larger qnnn'ities of this fiaudillent
ttutl. No wonder that the newspapers
pr nt column lints of nanus t f all sorts
of horrid and deaily ailments when
American stomachs are tilled with
nanseom bogus butter. In eonie in
stances creameiios have joined iu the
fraud, and are felling oleomargarine
for pure cream butter freeh fioin Jer
Norer iloorive thi imiIiIIo, hut beware of I tit
Chei Jihn druttKist. who ofl'er yoa a I'lantsr
cullea "Oaimrum," "0micin," "0pil
oin" ur "I'Hi.niriiie." anil mil tou It in mb
tunllHllT the tHiui iu tha itenuine Knin'i
Ciii.'in PlmtT, or oven liottor. Thoy mk
Iwii fur tha iiuilHiion, fur it cunt loi hut
a reiiKilikl ikchI ( in abniuteiy worth
1ok. The repuUlion of llennon'ii the only
lUtor eiMi.inii rtnl and hUh ruratire
qualiliet in tbe reult of uiny yeitre' ecri
uient and honornhle ilolintti on the irt of
the (ro.rietor : and SoiHI iiliyalciani, ihar
m.'it nad drumcinU indor e it the bett
ever made. Protect yourself ajruinut de-ci-tion
hy huying of rei-utable dealerit only,
and avoid niimkc hy .eraonal eiamina
tion. Ihe gonuine ha Ihe "IhreSeal"
trademark, and in the center ia cut the word
The Ohio l.lqnor Law,
CiNi iNNATi.D , June 9. A t st cine
Intended to get an opinion from the
Supreme C tut upon the cons'itu
lionality of the Diw law lor texntion
of sab tins has been very quietly tnndo
up here at the instance of the Police
UonimisH tiners, who desire a speedy
settlement of the mittor. It hits
P"ssed tlirongh the Court of Common
Picas and the Circuit Court, and is
now rotdy for presentation to the
DEFENDED BY TOE METHODISTS
OF HOLLY fcPBIMiS.
What They Have to Say la Answer
to Onr Correspeadent, "Ob
server," la Hoaday'i Appeal.
To the Editors of the Appeal :
Holi.v Si-Bines, Miss., June 8 In
your isjne of Sunday, June titd, there
e ppeared an article dated at this pi ice
J une 4th, sig ned "Observer," in hich
the writer diicuassa the wave and
methods of the evangelist Co'lins,
who recently held a meet ng iu the
Method st church in this city, which
was largely aatended by many of the
bert people of thu community, and
includiug raembsrs of all the reiigicus
Ostensibly, the purpose of 1 Ob
server" is to prjtect society; but his
att:c'e is, by neces'ary logical impli
cation and intendment, an intidious
attack upon tho Methodints of this
city, as they invited heie and sus
tained, and have accredited abroxl, a
man whetu ho now alleges to be en
gaged in perpetrating; "offenses against
If "Observer"mearjs to discuss what
occurred st Mr. Collins's meeting in
Holly Springs, then Lis artic e is a
garble and a perversion and a mis-
epreeentation, and, indeed, it con
tains some statements that are abso
It is a cardinal rule of construction
that all the parts of a transaction
mnst be brought into view and con
sidered together as a whole; and there
is no difference in moral principle be-
t ween the ruppremo reri and the vtgjt
Yon say editorinllv tint "Ob-erver1
is "a good man." We shall not con
trovert that affirmation, but, as it is
not mual for "a good man," masque
rading under the guise of a now it.
plum, to writs newspaper articles re
linking upon a largo portion of the
men aud women in this commuoity,
and that without taiis, we do not feel
called upon to notice the various
points in "Observer'a" article until he
shall dist less to the publ.c the real
name of "a good man."
As a matt-r of simple justice to the
Methodists of Holly Springs we ask
that this communication be as con
spicuously published in tbe columns
of tbe ArrEAL as was the article of
JAMES J. FAST,
J. U. LEACH,
C. L. BATKS.
II. H. ltKMfcKON.
. 11. 41i.Bl.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
How M Anlania Voantj Man Hawed
Twelve Stollnrs and Heaped
Mr. Win. Hunt of Vineton, a small
place about twenty miles from Selma,
in Autauga county, on the Kast Ten
nessee, Yi'ginia and Usorgia railroad,
ws the lucky man in the May draw
ing of the Louisiana State Lottery. In
conversation yesterday with a Timet
reporter, at liis home, the following
questions were aked and arswers
"I am told you struck the Louisiana
State Lottery rich?" said the re
porter. "Well," replied Mr. Hunt, "I don't
know whether you call it rich or no
but I certainly have $15,000 which I
drew in the lottery on the 11th of
"How Ion have you been investing
in the Louisiana, and what have you
"I have been sending f 1 a month
for the past twelve months, and the
twelfth dollar brought mo fl5,0.i0."
"How did you g-t your money?"
"Woll, you see I wa notified first
by a printed circular, which had all
the numbers that drew prizes in it. I
deposited my ticket on the 17th of
May with the City National Bank of
your city, and on the 22d, fl-e days
later, I had my money; and right
Vere," continued tbe speaker,"I want
you to say that I had no trouble
about getting the amount my ticket
called fur. It came promptly."
In conversation further Mr. Hunt
said: "I am thirty-nine yeira old. I
have a wife ami three children. I
own the place I live on, and fitrm and
merchantrse some. I WfS behind
$r)00 or ItiOO when I drew the money
from the lo'tery; bift that put me on
my feet, anil I paid my debts. I have
put out f l:i()0 on good interest, and
will tu-n the other into paying in
vestments. For 11 I drew a tilth of
the capital prize, and I am going to
rontinue to send f 1 every month so
long as I can raise that amount. I
believe the bus:neps it properly
carr ed on, and 1 shall patronize it in
tho future. Sclma (Ala ) Time, June
MBS. YSECLTE DUDLEY.
Hhr Is Iranaferred to Ihe Aaylam
for Insane Criminals.
New York, Jnne 9. Mrs. Lncille
Yseults Dudley, who, in February of
last year, shot O'Donovan Rosea, and
who, since her trial, has been confined
to the Insane Asylum at Middletown,
was transferred Monday to the Asylum
for Insane Criminals at Auburn.
About a month igJ an effort was
made to secure her release on condi
tion that she should return to Eng
land, but the plan failed because no
body in this country could be fonnd
ready to pay her expenses. Ihe
Hate Board of Charities was then ap
pealed to to effect her return, but re
fused to act on the grjund of lack of
funds to pay her paisage. Sho went
to Auburn willirgly. Referring to
Ihe expected defeat of Mr. (lladctone'a
home rale bill she said: On the eve
of England's great victory over the
Irish Land League, I am rent to a
criminal lunatic asylum for having
tried to avenge the wrongs of my
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrt'i'iirtvl with pprcUl rtVHr.t to bealLh.
No Ammonia. i.linoor Alum.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO..
CHICOCO. ST. I rutin
Snbfrlle lor Ihe "Appvnl.''
APPEAL THURSDAY, JUNE 10. 18b.
I do not believe that
an equul a rvmeuy
(or s rxfulous Hu
mor". It is pk-aoatil
to take, gives utrv Birth
arxl vhror to tbe bodr.
and produce a mora
permanent. Instil.', re
tull tliun any medicine
I evir ued. E.
I have lined Avers
Sar:ii:irllln.ln mv fam-
;tiy, tor ,"crrti iu. and
know. If It in taken
faithfully, it will
thi- terrible ditcane.
V. K. Fowl, r, 31. D
For forty years I
have miircred with Fry
(liwlui.. 1 have trii;J
all tons of remediei
for my eouipluiut. but
found no relief until I
coin me uc ed u-iiig
AtltT taking tin UoU
ties of tlii. iiicdictne
am coin l t l v enred.
Mary C Aincttbury,
Ktx Kporr, Jie. i
I have fciiir.-rfil, fof
yeart, from C'aturrli,
which wan to ever
that It destroyed my
appetite and weakened
nivuvaleni. After trv.
nil gelling no relief, I
I'bet'au lo take Ayer'i
ear-iipuriiia, anu, in a
few months, was cured,
Su-an L. Cook, 909
Allmiiy st,. lloston
Ih mipcrior to any blood
p in i tit r that 1 have
ever tried. I bavs
taken It for .Strofiila,
Canker, aud Halt
Itliniiii, and received
nui' ii henetlt from It.
It ti l'oihI, also, for a
wenk "toniiieh. Millie
June IVirce, South
Prtpand by Dr. J. C. Ay.r i Co., lowell, Maui.
Trice Si ; ill bottle., as.
W. X. UALDEMAN,
Preiident of tha Ort LfiL'ISVILf. C0U-KlER-JOl
RN AL CO., talis Hat
ha knowi of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orrici or tbi CociK-JorasL,
L' CIHV1LLK, KT.
Dr. Winlfrtmith, Sir I 'Hive a rula I havt
observfld fur many year?, tha value of roar
remedy promi'tinx me to lay, in reply to
your riuet, wbnt I know of your Chill
Cure. Tbe private anurances of itl efficacy
I had. anil the aonil results of it etTecta I
bad observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for more than flftcon years, had been fore
man of my office, induoeil lue to tent it in
my family. Tbe result have been entirely
tatie factory. The firm rin was of two
yean' itandina, in which I believe every
known remedy had been tried with tempo
rary relief the chills returning periodically
and with seemingly incroated severity.
Your cure broke them at once, and there has
been no recurrence of them for more than
sii months. Tbe other case was ot a milder
ferm, and yielded more readily to other
remedies; but the chills would return at in
tervals until your medicine was used, sinoe
which time, now several months, tbey have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have had to judre, 1 do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure is a
valuable specific, and perform! all you
promise lor it. Respectfully,
W. N. UALDEMAN.
ARTHUR PETER A CO., Agents, Louis-
lift Bf liabl KcnitMly lor Livr ('nm-ilauiUniHl illtoauae
ay ftdorntifrtl r lrt cHiiluiuauf tti I.iver, u Dti
rIin, i iHimipnutia, hiuouiiim, jniiiKitro, HcnaariM
Uitlfirm, Hlifun-ntiam. etc. it rHfnMtlif IxrvvfiU, pun
Im the b'tMHi, KtrftiL'Miotii ttm at tcni, nioata illgfRlioi
AN INVALUAULB family medioinb.
house nds of testimonials prove Its merl
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scheme 1st ndicated which will meet his
erery requirement, or can be made to do so
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spondence. One hundred and fifty-three
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M perfect article. Ve ore putting I"-"3 1
Bianunutiire or thcrte thoct, Cio rorol'a of :
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"CJX BOOO FBBT.
IFF.R PARK 1MI OAKLAND On
the crest of the Alloghsnies, within the
fiimeus DUde Section, directly on the line ol
Ihe B. and 0. No St me Ki'tes or 'Bus Trus
ters All Limited Express Trains Stop.
With the ne and unparal eled fast sched
ule on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
these lovely twin resorts ate beyond all oom-
tarison the most advantageously located,
olh as to train service and surroundings, ol
any east of the Rockies.
hi'UMin 0ieii June Sad. No Flies.
No Mos iuitoes. No liny Fever- No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oakland, the one being but
sli miles distant trom the other with the
most charming drives connecting them will
be under the management of Mr. n. J,
WALKER, who, in h s three seasons' man
age eient, has in.de many en thu'iastie friends
ot the glorious resorts Ail communications
should be addressed to W. 3. Walker, Queen
City Unlet, Cumberland, Md., np to June
1Mb. Alter that date, either Veer Park or
KATES W. r and $90 per month, ac
cording to locations.
Tbe B. and O. Company ha spared no ex
pense In rendering Peer Park and Oakland
tbe It adinc Mountmn Resorts ot the East,
and for the season ol 1-wfithe attra-tions will
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and
Ihe cuisine ot both houses uneieelled. .
First-class Laundrv. Fine Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Po.lj. , , , .
The finestj'jacc for Children In the ld.
DEMOCRATS TO TUK FRONT To acj
lrnUB seeking Government Km I
rloyment in any ut the departments as
Washington, or any other positions andeJ
thetJovernment, I will send lull Instruction)
as to how to iriirrixlto obtain tbe same,
and Blitasli liiraiaef AipllH
receipt ol One Dollar. AlrM JH
D. dVBWU, Lexk.MS MM, l'lua
TOH.Vt HCSLTH THC LIVCN MUST Ut IN OSOCI
(HA NAN) li I !; J
Re G. CRAIG & CO., 39 Union st.JJempIiis
J. T. FAROASON. J. A. HUNT. C. C. HE15. R. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODBCJ
J, T. FARGASON & CO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Facte
Set Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton consigned to ni will have our careful attention. We carry at all times a wall
selected stock oi
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wirras, Liquors, Tchacco & Cigars,
And will anil a Low u th Lewsst.
M. C. PEARCB.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts
No. 3TB FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. .TENN.
Cetttoia Wrhnar MfM
BrinMey Car Woris ' lanufact'tt Co
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND DKA1VERH IH
Doors, Sash, Blind. Dressed Floorlair, rellinir, Weather-Boarding
Cypres Shlnglea, Lath, Etc.
-.A. r.tll.l.- RV. nwimtifnatmmA K .nVaRWinlTl 11 lb. Rotlth fof filiin ff OfdorS PrOmOtl V.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, bten Lumber and
Lumber of all dimensions. We make the
solicited anu promptly nueu.
GEO. BAYJIIM.ER, AGENT,
No. '124 Jefferson Street
ILLY. ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
IV o. 3t3 IrffRln SireU it Bloek.
Still In Ihe nsitrkel,
209 MAIN STREET.
Oils &5 Hctxrl Stores
Ofliee, 349 Front Street, Memphis. Tenn.
L. D. MULLIN8, of lata J. R. Godwin A Co.
Cotton Factors & Com mission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row. Cor.
IlICIIARD A. McCURDY. ; t i t : President.
ASSETS, :::::: $109,000,000
Surrender Valnoa Indorsed on Policies). Ho rorreiinre. taeavesi
Iai the World.
AIiB31s BH8KINB. 1VT.33.. I l E3t.raiii.r.
JTNO. F. WILKERSON, Agent,
Jo. 2 Cotton Fxrlmiige UnlUUng, Mfinplilai.
SieceMors to POETEB, TATLOB k C0H
NO. 800 FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS.
LOVIS HANAI KR,
LAZARI 8 LEVY.
. MICHAKL GAVIN,
THOMAS W) LE,
T. U. MILHVHN,
u. u B .T'h'MRRRaRR.
JAM KS S. KOBl.NtiUN,
J A Alt a o. nuoiiiouri, "
-DeposlU received In lumi ol 91 and
mw wSbij '"and sell local Investment Bonds and Securities (renerally, pay taxes, aotei
trnstees, ,"d. in wneral. execute any tnanoial business renmring a salt and responses
aj-VFViVsaa drafts, In sums to suit purchasers, on all parts of""1!- . ,
ir We have a comrnodious Vault for tbe deposit ot yaluablea, wbioh is at tha lerrloe o1
our customers. Free of t bskruo. ...
1). P. HIDDEN. Pregiclent. EWD. OLOSJUTH, Tice-rresldent.
JAMES SITHAJf, CswWer.
JOHN L. McCLELLAN.
M bbkIIBA. l'wlosi?tr
Cypress Shingles a specialty; also, Framing
Wholesale Business a tpeoial feature. Order!
Willi fnll staaort
t MEMPHIS, TENN.
JAS. Y0NGE. late of J. W. Caldwall k (h
Front and Union, Memphis.
H 1. C
U. W. MACRAE.
J. G. HANDWKRKIB,
DAVID P. HAPDKN,
JAMES A. O.MBEKG,
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upward, and Interest allowed on same Seml-
CAR LEY COMPANY
DU. I). S. JOHNSON'S
So. 17 Jefftraoa Strt,
(Betweea Mala and Front.) MLii?HI3.
i ciBDiisnea lo iwu.l
R.JOHN mjN is aoanowledaed by all par
ties interMld h. fur.lh. mmt . n A
cessful pbysA-iaa in tbe treaiu.entof private)
or secret diseases. Wmck, permanent cure
ruaranuwa in every case, male or female.
Recent cam of (svnorrhea and Syphilis
cured in f w tan without the uae of mer
cury, c dad re or diet or hindrance from
business. beoadery Srrhilis, the last ves
tise eradicated witboatthe uae of mercury,
involuntary loss of seaaen stopid in short a
time. Sufferers from impotvneyer loss o(
seiual pewers restor etu free viaar in a few
weeks. Victims of s c-ebure and excessive
venerv, suffering from serujatorrhe and
loss of physical and menial power, rpeeaily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Ii?eaes ol Women and
eurei guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the uae of ciu-tiror the knife. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines rent by express to all parts of the
aarWor1ngmen cured at half the uinal
rates. Office hours fruui ft o'cluck a.m. to 9
o'clock p.m. I. S. JOHNSON. M.I).
III: A I. ESTATE-
So. 412, F. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tennessee vs. Litiie B.
Tailor et al.
Bk virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above cause on tha
Zrth day of January, 18H6, M. B. 51, paa
17,I will sell, at public auction, to tha
hiahest bidder, in I runt ot the Clerk and
Master's ofliee, courthouse of Shelby oounty,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Kntnrtlity, Jane 10, 18ai6,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in Shelby county,
Tennessee, to-wit: Lot 6. block 15: He
ginning U8 feet east of the northeast in
tersection of Desoto and Klliott streets on
the north side of Elliott street; thence
north li u feet; east Icet; south 10) leet to
Elliott street, and west with said street .12
feet to the begionint . Suld as the property
of Noah Partee and others.
Part of lot 14, block 5, west side of Walnut
street, Hi 1X1 feet. Said as the property of
LotS. block 54. weft side of Ruth street.
il,2 test. Sold as tbe property ol 11. lior-
ton, James Hunter and otbera.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
notes with security, bearing interest, re
ouired: lien retained . redemption barred.
This May 2d, Iks.;.
S. 1. .MfDOWfcLL, I'lerK and Master.
By II. F. WalFh, lienuiy C. and M.
F. H. and C. W. Heiskell, Bols.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fir. Wind. Witter and IIichlnlnK
proof. Suitable for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimates at fuctory rates,
oall on or addresa
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD MF'O CO.,
438 4 440 Main St., and 21 4 23 Mulberry St..
Headquarters for Iron Fenot and Cresting,
Galvaniied Iron Cornice. Tin Hoofs A Stoves.
RE AI ESTATE.
No. 4fi54, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of lennessee vs. fcmlly
Sackeit et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory der.ee for
sale, entered in the above cause on tha
14th day of May. 1885, M. B. 48, pan. 1U5,
I will sell, at oublia auction, to the hiuhest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Mneter'i
office. Court-house of Shelby county, Me in-
plus, lenn., on
ttatardny. Jnne 19. 1816.
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in. Shelby county, Tenn..
bot li. block 3, Drown s subdivision,
fronting 80 feet on the east side of LaRose
street, and running back 17r) leet. Sold aa
the nronertv of Emilv Saokott. W. W. Luck-
ett and others.
Part of lot 7. block 63, southeast corner of
flayoso and Hernando streets, 2'mU feet.
Sold as the property of the Workingmen'a
Building and Loan Association, . Buchig
nani. Part of lot 9, block 63, east side of Her
nando street, adjoining Carter, 45x135 feet.
Part of lot M, block M, east side of Her
nando street, north of Maydwell'a, 35x115
Let 2. block 45: Beginning at a point on
the south side ot Beale street, 52 feet east of
the corner ot beale and Causey streets:
thence aouthward with Johnson's line 73
feet; thence eastward 25 feet; thence north
ward 7H feet to Beale street: thence west
ward with the south side of Beale street 25
feet to beginning. Suld as the property of
Kocco Boggiana and others.
lermsot bale un a oreditof six monttis;
note with cecurity, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This May 20, lsttrt.
S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H.F. Walsh. I). C. and M.
F. H. and C. W. Heiskell, solicitor.
f oi is .m it j7 Cou'f
'let Third and Fou
fPUlfcrly educated ftnd ieallj .jinllOM pbrniu U1 iM
Cure all formoLPRIVATE
CHRONIC and SI
Spermatorrhea mnd Impotencf,
t ihtmuU o! i?lf-bui Id yooth exul iowi in m.
arer rein, or other otute. ind producln tome o ." L fv-
cwiog (Ifot Nerromnesi, Seminal KmiwiDsi, n'sil wtDlsV
lona by dretmi), DimueM of lilbt. Defeaive y a Thf
atralDrcavy FtmiileaoD Fsc Aversion to Socimf si Fwoa'tf,
.'onfusbiQ of .'deu, l.ota ot Setual Power. tc.. rendi inf
atrriifte improrvT or onhapnT, are thcrouphly od pmna-
irntlj cur SVPHIL IS cturC
Hriir er1iitj rnm the, jMetu; GoHOrrheU
GLEET. Slrlctur. rci.ttf. rteruit t.c? Hut-uinj;
nJ otLir private dineMee quicklf cured.
It ia aelf-avMunt that a hy ilclan who pari spedat atteBttee
x a oertaia olats of diaessei, anl treaUDt; tbnaauila a&&a
illy, acquire arrat akiU Fhrel :laoa knowing thU Tact oftca
"ororuacrt ifrionf to mj car Whrt it la tncnnfrttint t
Uil (BP city Tot treauncot, mfdt.-trifi oai w aett pnTeUaly
md afly b? mall or fipreaa anywherr.
Cnre Gnaranteed n all CattM
OoDdulutious peraonaikf or bj u freo hai tB1tS,
r haif m '(ooa.ble and corneporideiios awioOy Uiduiawsta,
' 'f KKl pafea, arot to any adJa etvurerf -a)M, mr thrraf
3 ?futa Should hr raad or Hi- iddreta ai above
fflo" htniTw frnm f A, V (sp yt fkaUjt, $ ) P T
Valley Lands for Sale Cheap
T OWN about 6500 acres of TIMBER
X LANDS in Bolivar county, Mississippi,
on and near the line of the Louisville, New
Orleans and Texas Railroad. I will either
sell in a body or in small tracts to suit pur
chasers. Pa-ties desiring one timber of
good lands for agricultural purposes are in
vited to examine these lands before buying
elsewhere. Price from $'i to $10 per acre, one
third ca.h. balance on easy terms with 8 pet
cent, per, annum interest.
CHAS SCOTT, Rosedale, Miss.
No. 245, It. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Harriet E. Smith vs. M. Owen
HY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
sale entered In the above cause on tha
17th daj of May, lSHfi, M. B. 52, page 597,
I will sell at oublio auction, to the high
'Mtjadder, in front o the Clerk and Master's
'li4i courthouse of She by oounty, Mem
ptsis, Tenn., on
hnlordny, June 13, IiN6,
within lrral hours, the following described
property, situated in thelby county, Ten
Lots 1. 2 and 6, of the subdivision made In
this raue in the year 1S71, as shown by re
port filed hereiu April 12, 1H7D.
Lot 1 fronts south side of -Unyoso street 33
feet, with a depth ol about 120 leet.
Lot 2 tronts same street 31 fiet, with about
the same deptn.
Lot 6 fronts same street 30 feet 9 inchel,
with a depth of about S5 feet.
To the plan ot subdivision referenoe Is
Tortus of Sale On a credit of fix, twelve,
eiahteen and 'weity feur months, purchaser
exocntliig notes with approved security bear
ing i lereft irom ditte ; lien rotairti'd and re
demption barred. This .May 21, lssi,
S. I. Mi OuWKLL, Clerk and Mater.
By 11. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master,
Pvitvn i Poeton, Solicitors.
I I "'"Mli !"'' iq'j'WI