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MEMPHIS DAILY AITEALSIT1)UDAY, JUNE 10, 1930.
'A
M. MORRIMVS DEFEAT.
WHAT THE XEW TORE PAPERS
SAT OF
The Refusal of the Hwcae of Repre
lenUtlres to Consider His
Tariff Bill.
Xzw Yobk, Jure 18. In regtrd to
the defeat ol Mr. Morrison's tariff mo
tion in tho House yes'erday, the Timtt
rays: It ia worth repeating what we
hnva ofen noted before, tfcat Meesr?.
Carliele, Morrison, Hewitt, Man
ning nd the ether revenue re-
formers can carry their cause to vic
. tory when they are ready to fight for
it. So Ion? at toy po on at they
have gone for the past six years ra
timtly submitting to trt-aifie-y and
intuit, tby will nit do so. That the
leaders wbo command the eupprrt of
five-gixths of tba pr;y reprs-ntatiin
in the House cannot Bhnpe the policy
of their party if they choose tj doo
is a palpable abstiriity. 80 long as
' tbey move to the at sa'ilt an oflVr
ot turrender on their lip.-, iiuy win be
compelled to surrender. W en they
get ready to fight in earnest they will
win. Ko far tneir opponents nave re
sisted them with the threat that if tbty
pressfd their policy these opponent!
ft would deeert the party. When tbey
t get ready to declare, and ti live up to
. the declaration, that if their policy U
" not carried out their opponents must
1 leave the prr'y, the process will be re
i verted. The fate ot tariff reform dt
pends entirely on the courage or cow-
ardice of i's defenders,
i Tte Tribune siys: Though Mr.
Morrieon does not like to admit it, the
lubt is over for the present No one
doubtj that a majority w.ll at any
future teat be found opposed to the
crnsklera'ion cf this ill timed meas
ure. Toe continue! agitation is not
detircd by anybody except by free
trade theorists, and they desire it only
for the purpose of embarrassing po
litical anteginis's. For even thtse
thee ris's have come to know that no
change of tariff at this cession is pos
sible, and they should by this time
realize that continued agitation at a
time when there is no possibility of
anccefs, only prejudices the people
more strongly against them.
The Sun fays: By a majority of
eevejteen the House of Representa
tives yesterday refined to take up Mr.
Morrison's tariff bill and rzake it a
subject of discus-ion. Th's is a wi'e
corjc'usioo. It would be impossible
a, this period of the session to.give to
stub a bill the prolonged and minu'e
debate and examination which would
be necefsiry before bunging the
House to n deciaian upon i a merits.
Better put it cff.
THE WHEAT CROP.
Krporls from the Sis Principal
Wheat-Urowlng' Htateer.
Toledo, O , June 18. C. A. King A
Co., during the past three days, have
received 1600 r?ports from grain deal
ers and millers covering a'most every
important wheit county in the six
prircipal winter wheat ritates. Pros
pects are very favorable, exoept in
Kansas and Michigan. Mis ouii has
excisllent prospects; Illinois nearly as
good, while Indiana and Ohio are al
most as favorable. Michigan has a
fair prcBpecr, but the outlook in Kan
sas is poor. Yield and quality promise
ti be good. Michigan reports the
present prospects about the came as
July 1st, when the Agricultural Bureau
report was gathered. The other 8atei
all show a rnater'al improvement dur
ii gthe pact two week?, being greatest
in Missouri and Illinois. Harvest is
in full blast in Kansas and Mi-ouri.
, Next week it will be general in most
of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, but not
. in the northern seclions until the lat
of June, and in Michigan the first part
'of July. Ha'veitwih averaze near
ly two weeks earlier than last
jrear. Nearly two-thirds of the reports
say farmers will be disposed to sell
fiee'y immediately afttr threshing.
. tjea Munigan reports that over ha'f
V will sell. Many will be compelled t?,
' owirg to the crop failnre rf laet year,
while others say that farmers are dis
! poBed to accept the eituatiOD, aa tbo;e
1 who have cold early the past two bea-
ons have dr;ne bit.
k
TJJREE IKL8 I)E0WEI.
A Sail
Accident r Temple, Tex.
Galveston, Tax., June 18. A epe-
. Cial to the News from Temple says:
On Tuesday last Cpt. W. M. Knight
nd Frank Knsiel), his sf.n-in law, re
iding ner Temple, with their rum
lliei, went to Suatmir Hill to Lave
Eome whest ground. During the
grinding the party went: fishing. At
ebout 4 o'clock p. m. Eugenia Knight,
- iiged thirteen yrarp, Lena Wbitehurst,
'aged fourteen, and IJa'tie Jones, aged
t tjlteen, went in bathing. Thev got
, beyond their depth and went down.
, Mrs. Knight and MU 3 Emma Knight
, has'ened to their rescue, but they also
.' got beyond their depth and sank. A
plowman in a field near by heard
their ecroams and arrived on thetcei.e
i- in time to save Miss Emma Knight,
i Mrs. Knight succeeded in reaching
I the bauk, and, catching hold of a
busb, wag rescued. The three little
JLgirls were drowned. Their bodies
were recovered an hour. after they
, went down.
A LITTLE ROMtXtE
Tbat la JielriR Kept Dark mi the
. Uoaal t apltal.
Wajhiotcs, June 16. A little ro
imance that i being kept quiet an ac
count of the prcmirenceof ja-ome of
the people involved, hasc eated quite
jaensatijn inibe limited circle that
tewof it. A young lady who ia quite
har.dinrre and excejtlinslv fastiittoua
Ki rauae here fomo n on'lig aeo as the
gneat of a Wireonsin Corpresaman's
wife. The young lady had not been
acca'tomed to staine colored neODle
J at hr hone in Wiscorsin, ami was
particularly prejudiced agiin then.
O Sheconld hardly hold her peatm when
xauy of ttm were in sight. Hhe
otild r . ride with the fami
t .first becatisa they had a
.ored driver, but confined herself in
.er outgoings to rtree'-cars. Fiually,
however, she w?s pertuadud to take
a rule wirh the Cor grefsman's wife.
Suddenly a change came over her
feeling'. Tho-naf, the driver, wai
yery po ite, and when she re'urned
she remarked to her hotess that ei-
iellv felt very sorry for Thoraa?.
-"He is po very polite. He seems in
hs.7e been born fcr something ;trer
'than beine a colored cachman."
Ficm that time there was no r bjf c
t;orr oanle by the young lady to the
.- dii'er. in ui
(prrfer lijm to s
whn a hits l
'.iha seemel ve
dii'er. In fct, she ra'her seemul to
anyorje els'. One day
man came in hw tlice
ery much dejected and
rtijnired anxiom'y aft"r Thnmas's
faith. She was vi:i b!y affected
t'Lu the h'ar.ned that ,he hsd gone
n a co'ored picnic expedition.
imnt this time shei began to pre
'nt ih"mag with biit'.OD-bole
bon 1 ue . a id orre cr twice she
n-geudto t e Congretwman'i wife
tha-. ebe won J take te children act
go riding. Thing wre progressing ii
this fas iijn when lbs yoatrg lady got
an urgent call to cme home. She
went, but before Being she purchased
pack it e of pnven a forThoma', and
among them war an e eg tot si: It band
kerchiBL loe pacuxae a sent by
mtssarger to the s'able where Thomaa
works. It is cot known whether tha
two are in correspondence or rot, but
it is thought the joung lady was not
takes tiome any too torn.
HOTEL ARItlVALS.
The, New Gavo.
FARRINGTON, STEWART k WHITE,
PaoPBlBToaa.
R tes, 12 50 to $4 ir d.ij, accordini to leea-
uon ot roomi.
G HPotUr.AU S KirVasn, Ala
6 Palmer, Tenn II M Hullis, Kj
fc Hurnttael, Mies J 11 ChaniMita, Mii
.1 W heed, Mhb Ii Btrkcr. Mo
J A Uibaon, Ark J V Pritrhell, Misa
C B Ulaokburn, Ark W II Co.ler jr., Tex
II Karsner, hi iff W C Kafferty, Ua
B I) Hodges, Ark J D Vl,,re. Ark
B W Sea, K B J Har.en. Ohio
T H Mulirmr, TnD W E Cranuall, N Y
J 11 Rich, La HSIInli, Ala
J E Long, K R Murton, Miss
J C Tucker, Tenn J B llnynet, Tenn
C S Chapen, Mini M E twin, Miss
C B Klltott, Ark 11 T Jackson, Ark
C R Randall, Ark J M M.Pheraon. Mo
W f AJaws, N Y R T llama, Ala
B W hipide, Ky N Kirkpatrick, Tenn
U K Pane. 1 1 8 W 1) Sl.ilire. Mm
C II Foot, Mo C J Putherbriilare, Jf Y
ft L Warburn, lnd Ui Williber, lnd
K J Coleman. Miaa J 8 Thoniuson. .Mint
J C Mitchell, Mis C L King, Tenn
II F Hawkins, Ky A U Long, Ky
C L Chapman. Ark R B .Morrison, Ark
V & Hull diw, .Mo.
Peabmly Hotel.
C. B. GALLOWAY & CO Priifriictoii,
Ratea (2 50 and 93 per day, acror in to
ait and location of room Special
ratal made.
A L Kreweon, lnd H C Dunsvant, Art
8 W Taiwan, Ark R C Smith, Tenn
R (i Vryor, Ohio J M Maxwell, lnd
Miss L Bruce. Ky
J Skinner. Miaa
O E Billiniisly, Vii
Mra Clarke, Miia
KuKene McCarty, La
J C Cavan Af, La
Mia Jonea, Tenn
O H Shield. Mo
F E Stevonson, Ohio
R J William", Ark
C C Cavan, Tenn
W K Mudd. Mo
.mips Mielton, 01188
F McCarty, La
R II Lacey, Tenn
A W Anthony. Ill
C E Walton, Ala
V Uwion, Ming
Mre l'orter ii, Tenn
Dr Moore Aw, Ark
J r Melltr, La
II J Sylvester. N Y
J P Jackaon A w, La D II Reynolds is. Ark
J F Hancock. Mo
W A Franca. N V
John Sinnott, Ky
L V Boyle, Tenn
J W K iahtley, Ky
A Y Slovene, Tenn
(I W Patterann, La
W U Flynn, Ky
CC Uruner, Mo
Mra McCorkle, Tnn
W R Cady. Mo
M Burke. Tenn
A McLouiiblin, Pa
v a uoya, Ky
J B Dayton, Te
V L White, Mo
U W Amiuona, Mo
(-natou'a Hotel.
W. H. BINOIIAM MiHAOaa.
European ilan. Enlarged and refurnished.
Prioea according to site and loca
tion of rooms.
W H Bates, ci y E A Carlet'in, Ark
J L Kblinx, Mies J T Bates k w, Mias
Mra Alexander, Misi J W James, Miss
J II Stafford, .Miss J Hawkins A w, Misi
J M Coppage, Miss J O Clay, Mips
W H Uihaon, Miss J W Game, Ark
T II OeLoaa. Mo H S Williama, N C
M llnncocki w.Tenn K J Koi'h, Ark
J A Tappan, Ark R lloan, Ark
J Morrow, Tenn J B Honor, Mo
W V McEwen, Tenn II W Rosewarne, III
0 Ii Held, Mo Mils II .Vtbis, Miea
T Thomas, Miss .Mrs Barkedale, Miss
Miea C Jay, Tenn Mra banders Af, Miss
C A Archibald, Ark Mra A L Mullikin.Ark
F M Brotiiher, M'ja T M Kemp, Mias
T II Mctiraw, Miss W 1) Burse Af, Ark
T L Kendall w,Mis Mrs D A Clark, Tenn
B B bhoree, Tenn J A Avert, 111
B B Shorea, Tenn J A Avery, III
W H Batea, city W W Patrick, Mo
J K Woddy, Tonn E Woodward, Tenn
F Holmes Aw. Miaa Mrs C Monahan, city
S J McPeak, Miss II B Esaington, Mo
J C Blakeiuore, N Z 11 D Trezuvant. N
RKL Wilson, Ark A J Coates, Tenn
J CSmilly, Tenn J A Uardnor, Tenn.
DnHy'ai European Botcl,
Corner of Adnme and Main itreeta. Rooma,
6Uo, 75oan.l II per day: American Plan,
fc per day.
First-clnaa Restaurant in the Hotel.
J. M. DUFFY (1(1 years withPeabodr Hotel)
Proprietor.
A D (ireen, Tenn
V H Stiles, Mo
H Y Hook. Ohio
O Hofel, Tenn
F Murphy, Tenn
Mrs Robertson, Ala
C Berst, Mo
P E Mathews. Mils
E L Mosby, Miaa
i Monsarrat, Tenn
W J Douglas & w, l"eb
J S Aber ahain, lnd
u 1'imei, .mips
T Rennell, Ark
Bishop dregu Sit, Tex Mra M T Hitraina, Tex
Mra L 11 laylor, lei J w Michaels, Ark
T E Saunders, Mias
(J hrwick, lenn
P M Morris, Teen
TO Mahon, Ohio
W R Manus. Ark
T J While, Mo
M L Tate, lnd
W J Rutledire, Mo
W C Shea, Mhs
L Weaver, Mias
C O Munue, Ark
M E Bradley, Tenn
II I Morgan. Tenn
W I) liarry, lnd
C II Hoefel, lnd
R W Carroll, Tenn
II II Williama, Mich
C R (inula, Kaa
G Rutledire, Mo
C L Harris, lnd
C L Phillipt, Tenn
P L Jacoba, Mich
Mia Mosely. lex
J T Chandler, Tenn
Misa - lit
. ind
W C Saundera, Tens
W B Adams, (ia.
A MOST LIBERAL OFFER:
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in scaled envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
at once
Accidentally Shot llhiiNeli.
Xrw York, June 18. Ji seph Hart,
the sbven!emi-yar-old on of Frank
Hart, who ia associitel wi h his
brother Jo h Hart in the manaiement
of the Tiieatir Com'que, shot and
killfd himsnlf this mornirgat his resi
dence in One Hundred and Nine
teenth street. On the floor of his bed
room ware a revolver and a piece of
chamois, and the supposition is that
the weapon was accideitally d:s
charged while the lad wai cleaning it.
fcharp. I'anga A til wart the Forehead,
And in the muscles of the neck and shoulder,
usually moat violent after nightfall, are
amoni the cheerful manifestations of neu
ralgia. It ia an affection of the nerve inten
sified by a oold. Repose, bringing with it a
cewation of pain, ia Induced by floatetter'i
Stomach Bitters, which ia a 6ne nerve tonio
and tran'uilliier. Itia alao a reliable means
of checking rheumatism and gout. These
maliKUea have always more or leaa to do with
'the ki'neys that, when inactive, fail to
throw off the irapuritifcf which engender
them. The Hitters can he relied upon to re
new a healthy and purifying action of the
renal organs. Beaidea this, it givea tone to
tke atoaach, liver and bowela, and enricbea
the circulation. Appetite and aleep both
pro6t by it, and H is a well accredited meant
of fortifying the system against malaria. It
haetena the recovery of atrength by conva
lescents, iniligates the itfirmities of age,
and .helps the cunetitutinna'ly feeble.
Iha.Maiwell 'ae.
8t. Louis, Mo, June 18. The mo
tion for a new trial in the Maxwell case
was ervuod in the Crim'tial Court, to-1
day ai.l rhe judge t 'k the matter
under advinement, and will render a
decision next week. Maxwell and lib
at orneye f el contilent ttiat thealli
davits itxtu-ly fikd, in which tbe
atatemen a were ma:e tha: three of
the jurors had expn-sid opii.ions
lending to prrjudice the defendant's
oese, will b the means of ottdining a
tehearingtf the taw.
Ncott's Eiunlolon or Pure
Cod Liver Oil, with Hyrnphosphites,
in Consumption and Wast ng D.s
eases. Dr. C W. Barringer, Pitts
burg, Pa., says: "I think your ICmuI
sion of Cod Liver Oil is a very fine
preparation, and fills a long-felt want
It is very useful in consumption and
waiting diseases."
Itnako NKerere 4'aptared.
MiLWAfCLE, Wis., Jjne 18. The
police this morning a'iestd W. V,
Tiainor and T. F. Wyatt. alias Writtv,
two no or oris bunko" tt"erer.. Ahout
10,C0O in "skin" monpy w-js found on
their pers n0. As no eve could he
rna Je aga'r thtm tbey were dig
cba'ged and ordered to leive the ci'y.
Tbeir bogus wealth wts confiscated.
MURDERED BY A MIMIC.
A PBOIIXEXT REPUBLICAN POL
ITICIAN AND EDITOR
Of St. Joeib,Mo.t Shot and Instantly
Killed Without a Word f
Waruinc
St. Joseph, Ma, June 18. At
11 o'clock this morn'ng, as Col.
J. A. S'rong, marager of the
Hmld, was anting in th count-irg-roc
m with his back to tho door,
Dr. S. A, Richmond entered, and,
drawing a revolver, tired one sho',
which struck his vic'itn ia tbe left
side of the nck. Col. S'rong
r jumped
back of
np and etegg'-red toward the
t! e ollice. Richmond fired two more
shots and Strong f-11. Hichmcnd then
turned o itside, and, going amiie tw, n
ty fet-t from the door, pl.t'-e 1 the re
volver t" hia temple and fired, and
dr,-pp d inbtititly to the siileaalk. At
the time of ths stioot ng Col. Mrong
was engticed in tonv"r.jtinn with
some unaniwn man and wks totl y
unconscious of the approach of au en
emy until be wai s'rnck by tho bullet.
Richmond drove up to the" front of the
ollice in his carrirge. He is ta'd to
hav Rliuhted coolly and walked to
the Jltrnld ollice door without exbibi:
ing any signs of excitement. When
he came back, after ehnotiug Col
Ktrong, he found lie carriage bad
been driven away, and it wjs then
that
US SHOT 1IIM4ELK.
Col. Strong fell, struck by two bul
btrf.ona of which, s eta'ed, struck
him in the nvck, ranging up it aid into
the brain. Tne oiht-r struck in his
back, and is believed to hate pene
trated his heart. He died five niiu
n'ea after the firbt shot was fir d.
Richmond's bullet tojk ttltc: in the
left tempie, and s yet ;t is impt ssible
to tell whether it will pi ove fatal or
not. It is believed, however, that he
will not recover. The trouble' which
has esulted so fa'allv is silely of
Richmond's own making. He has
long been known to the newspaper
fraternity as the di coveri'r and mn
ufactttrer of .Samaritan Ntrvine, and
has been an extens v aivcrtiser ami
has bad an enormous busine!8 in
his nostrum, r-'onie five inontlu
ago he disappeared from this
community and left a lot of
papers, evidently the work of either
A KNAVE OR HOPELESS LUNATIC.
He cherned Col. Strong and other
Eromineut attorneys of this city with
aving ruined him, i:nd indicated that
he bad ended his career in the liver.
At that timeopinions differed as to his
condiiion, some reita-ding him insane
and others believing him dimply work
ing a rnse to obtain f 85,100 inaurance
on his life. Bines then he had become
hopelessly insane, the deed of to-day
nrovinn bis lunacy neyona a aouot.
Col. 8 rong leaves a large family, con
s stiDg of a wife, three sum, the eldtst
of whom is John P. Strong, editor-in-cbief
of the Birald. The Cobnel wai
s:xty-one years old, a lawyer by pra
fession, and a man who has been very
brom!n?nt in the Kepubdcan pa'ty of
Northwest M ssouri for nearly ilrrty
years, riis li-nue was oriijinauy in
Jacksonville, PI .where be has a large
number of fnends and relative?.
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ron
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ItOGS, HOGS, rOULTKY,
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04
BAD BLGOD
hrrofulons, Inherited tad CoiUfloiu
liauiora, '
With loss of Hair. GUndalar WMti-r.. Ul
cerous l'atohei in tbe lbn at ad Mo h, Ab-
l umors, Carbanrlea, kiatetar srs
r-rurv?, aitmt of the hi man aau rtnar
UraaDi, liri'!r( tca mn, Itobmtr, or
IMbi'itr, ' nrunto
and
rouat diaaara ariain, Iron an tani re aDi
impoverished condition of tha bl i, are
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the new Blood Puriner. intemeilr, aaisted
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cti4 Snf, an emuisite Skit Beautifier,
externally.
M Rorri.uiN t u tu
Jamea E. Richardson, Cuitom-Hon , Mew
Orleans, on oath, saya: "In 1"T ac- fuloua
ulcer i broke ost on my bo.ty antll t waa a
maaa ot corruption, bverrihiif lnaa to
tbe medical taculty waa tried invair. 1 be
came a mere wreck. At tiruee bIo not lilt
m j hands to uij head, could not turn in bed:
waa inconstant rain, and looked ;'On lile
aa a curse. .No relief or care la Itt rears.
In l"i heard of the Ct'TK raa RoaoiKa,
U'ed tbetu, and waa erlecMr f r ed. '
bworn to before U. ti. Cum. X p. Crawford.
ok or tmi: fiuKvrji'tsEaB.
We hare been aellina jour Crficn.A Rc
ptka for years, and have the fiajt complaint
yet to receive from a purchaser, One of tbe
wors: cases of scrofula I ever sw wns cured
by the use of live bottles Ci TUi Kol
tkxt, Ccnrt'Ka. and Ci'Tiot a Smp. The
Soa takes tbe "cake" here af a medicinal
aoap. TAYLOR A TAYLOR, DrutmistiT,
rranxiori, Km.
V ABU'OSKI MIKE 4E..
My wife used the CfTicra Kttiiitr:a for a
ore leir, caused by varicose veins, with en
tire and perfect satisfaction. Mrs John
Flaraty waa alto cured ot a sura leac of Ion
standing by the same treatment
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OrtonlieM, 111.
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Are aold everywhere. Pricet CrTrcra. VI
centa : Ci'TU't ba Soap, 25 centa; t rnct'KA
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DIMPLES, DUckheads, Pkin Blcmishea
I llll and Baby Humors,uaeCi rrcva t Si up.
o rni:, or piw. uk
HKI 1st:, or Strain, or Vuscular
Weakness, but yields to the new.
oriirinul, and infallible P'in alle
viating properties of the' enema
As i-I'ain Pi.ABTaa. A rurative
At driisrir'Ts. li"c.
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Catarrh!
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
" FOR FORTY YEAR8 I bay been a vio
tim to CATARRH-three-fourths of the time
a sufferer from EXCRUCIATING PAINS
ACROSS MY FOHKUKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS, The diacharirea were ao uffenaive
that 1 hesitate to mention it, except lor the
good it may do some other aufl'erer. 1 have
apent a young fortune from my enrninua
during my forty yeara of suffering to obtain
relief from the doctora. I have tried patent
medicinea every one I could learn of from
the four cornera of the earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST (!7 yeara of agel have met
with a remedy that haa cured me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 12 pounds,
and now weigh 14o. I uaed thirteen bottlea
of the medicine, and the only regret I have
ia, that being in the humble walks of life I
may not have influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufferers to us what haa cured me
(Julnn'n Pioneer Mood Itcnewer,
" HENRY CHEVES.
" No. 2(17 Second street, Macon, da."
" Mr. Henry Chevea, the writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Aiacon, ua., merits the confluence ot all In-
tereatedln catarrh. W. A. Ill KK,
"Ex-Mayor of Macon.'
A SUPEKB
FLESH PRODUCtR & TONIC
Gnlnu'g riouoer Blood Kimewer.
Curea all Blood and Skin Diseases, Rheuma
tism, Scrolula, Old borea. A perfect Spring
Medicine.
If not in your market, it will be forwarded
on receiptor price, bmall bottlea, II, large,
Essay on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
ree.
MACON IKI)I('LE t'OtlPANT.
CHANCERY SALE
op
JtEAJi ESTATE.
No. 4n74, R.-Chancery Court of Hhelby
county Blare of lennessoe va. tsually
Backet t et al.
TJY virtue of an interlocutory dec.ee for
J-J sale, enrereu in the above cause on the
14th day ot May, latv, Al. ti. 4N. naire Kin,
I will sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master'!
olhce, Court-Douse ol Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn , on
NRlnnlnr. Jnn 1. ISfl.
within legal hours, the following described
proi'erij', biiuuiu in.oueioy couuiy, lenn.
to-wit;
Lot 13. block 3. Brown's subdivision
fronting (XI feet on the eaat aido of La Hose
street, and running back 17- loot, hold an
the property ol hmily Sackett, W. W. Luck
ett and others.
Part of lot 7, block 63, southeast corner of
Gayoao and flernando atreets, ''116$ foet.
Sold aa tha property of the Workingmen'i
tiuiiaingana Loan Association, n. liuchlg
nani. Part of lot 9, block 6J, east side of ller
tando street, adjoining Carter, 45x135 feet.
Part of lot U. block (VI. east aide of Her
nando atreet, north of Maydweil'f, Xxlli
leet.
Let 2, block 4r: Beginning at a point on
the aouth aide of Beale atreet, hi feet eaat of
the oorner of Beale and Causey streets;
thence southward with Johnson's line 78
leet: tnence eastward 2 feet; tbenee north
ward 78 feet to Beale street; thence west
ward with the aouth aide of Beale atreet 28
feet to beginning. Sold as the property of
Roceo Boggiana and othera.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
note with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
Thie May 20, lS8o.
8. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
ByH.F. Walsh, D. C. and M.
F. H. and 0. W. Heiskell, sol.citor.
i 'i tlarKpt.Srrct'f.
..-; l.irr a. id Fount.
LfflDSPllelv
ailti) p(ii K
ti "Jii,t.t''l ;.Df) "(filh .losUlflMl pt
wt. 1 1 -r-a!ui. fai- till rrtattc ilJ
' will tiroTf
Ci.re nil fornu
CJIRONir and
LAisES.
Srmhtorrhei ud impovmne$ ,
- vttrMj t ' t abQM In jnuUi, inf fi"twt sn ui
.r-i rf'ir or tl.r oiiin u1 fiudurlnrji 0010 ' L.. V.
"Tun n-t NeiroutDaif 6rninAl kmltaiotia). .i; .rub-iti-
iif- tiin. UitiiDMi-of bigl.I, Drlitf W'tt Thf
, kii) -". riTi)koo Vkr 4 mp-i-o v Hrv.iny a' Froi'
rttf, k.-u r,t 'ilea. I,fw of Heiut pawn, ttt , rnl-i -Of
TiJi'iaai Imjiri 'T nr unhnnrit r tiinromfU nai
jur-n iSYPHXlat IS wUtf. f-uno u0 wt
i Tv tri1'1 'J,ua Gonorrhea
- '.th-rT privtw (IIrmiw quick)) currt
i mt-w -ol Umt j-hy Wo who Tif Uiittn'jA
H 016111 iU Of dla4re., aul ITUllt tatll'MIUll CPa
ii-tj-ilrart rrtikill. Pbyrt-UDti kbowit, ibli tW-t tfu
f r:,.rjni'l j. rvMi t m ir-. What M 1 lti''tiTuiibt U
'li -i; V- tmuuafii trjidriti- tar Vwttita:
'i i m;J t.T -tain or ftprf4 Aojwbtr
Ov-vo Gna rant aim? Ii 0 Cu
a.ult r'nkcn.
.tiAti-nit " nftii it w -nut Trt Dd Invtut
l-aW -wprri.'w w,4 tr.fj 49 o ttrlctl MiAOdttUtav
PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Mf ptf M, -Dt IO . aVMn fch frj a f
'i :oit anouli U r4 b AdrlrvM ki f
fTjat WiUi ' s aa. M to 9 f M. SqIkUw, V f
fVEALTHISt WEIiTH.-lli,
WiT'.NiAiDllar Ihia
. 0.
m vuarauiee'j ieciao lor Hysteria, iliaal
nesa, ConulstoTie, Fita, Nerrona Neural
(ia, Headache, Nerc- Prostration, caused
br tbe aa of aleebnl op toharoo: tA
fatness, Mer.'al Depreasion, o'torant of tba
Iirain, resulting in insanity and ! ln to
siisery, . decay and death: I'reiiMture
Ave, Barrenneaa, Loaa of Power in either
Inyoluntary Loaaea and Hiermator
rhan. csa i by orer-exertion of the brain,
aelf-abuse oro'erindulgence. Ea'-b box con.
taina on mom:, ; treatment. II a box, or
six bcxea for aen l.r mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. We anar. or e ix Boiei
to cur any caaa. With each order revived
by ns aix boxee, aocompanied wtto ,
w will aand tbe purchater our written
tuarartif ia reTun i the u.om r ! " '-he tri. :
ment do .-ot affect a cure, djtrantees
Issued only be A KtfNKEKf ': lm
liau, Maapblt, Tnn.'
won er.
OR. RSCE,
JT-CAPITAL. PBI1E. Tlt.OlMI.-M
Tlrkela 9V Mliarre la
ropnrilesa.
F
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Louisiana State Lottery Co.
W do htrrbtf crrlJy
trial r vmi tk
natmtntt Jar an t
tmtnttur all t Monthly und (juar
tri bran
iriNtfi ( fW Lvuistana Matt Lttr
ik brnt thtmtlmrt, ana tkut the tm
or eond (. truM ho9ty, atrn and m
gnwi fattk to ten a nil r .r,aW tt auihvw
tA Company to this e4ir u( wuh nc
timrt uf our ttffnatnr aitt"i i ud
PtrtiMmtntt ommlaalouera.
rVc. thi ttaiicrsurueit. Ranka and Rankin.
trift tny ali PrtM drawn n Te LoMMtaaa
Htnta Lotterirt iriu may o prttnttd at tr
CoMM'erc.
J. ll.OWI.t-.NBT.Prew. lJt. fin VI Bntih.
J.W.KII.HKRI II.Prra.Mlnle Xnfl Ilk
A. HALIIWIN, Fres, N. O. Nnl. Hk.
incorporated in I81 lor twectr-ftva ir
or ina erisiature lor r.aucattonai and
Cnaritiihln l ar; oaes with a capital of ft,.
ii(l,is to which a i vt fuud ol over j'M!,
0C( has since keen kuUi.
IjV an overw hoi njiurf notiular rote Ua
franchise waa made a part of the present State
Constittilic: , adopted December id, A.D.
187;r.
7 a ontv Lottery errr ttattd m nmd intinriMt
by (Aa prop' 0 any !tate.
It wetter irnlr or poa fpowe.
It 41 rn iiil Nlnirlv aniaber llrnli,ara
lake lr mnnlli'y, aail tho I a
lrnrllnMry lirnwlnaia rrarnlnrl v rv-
ery Ihree III a liiatxnil or Keiul.
Auaanmir airrrtulorv. bmlaiaaluar
SlMrrh, IHH.
A SiPl.a:lll OI'I'IIKTI'MTT Til
1 atUHII KK. SKVK.NTIltiKAND
DRAW1NU. CLASS U. in TDK ACAIiKMY
iK MIMO. NKW OKLEANS. lUKSDAY,
July 13, lsmi- IWeili Monthly Drawing.
'iriTii. ritizi:. 873.om.
100,000 Tick nt five llolliira l.aih
f ritrllniiK, In t'lf llm, Isa
iriissrrliia.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital prite t 7(II0
1 Capital priae lr , ;0
1 Cspitiil priie lli.lk'd
2 Priiea of Jmski ll.tm
5 Priiea of 2isl lu.iKill
1(1 Prir.ea of liKI 10.1HO
2(1 Priiea of fi 10,(KI
1SI Priies of ' 2l,iJ
;VK) Priios of l(i 30,HO
rKl Priies of 'hi a."i,KJ
UKO Priiea of SIS.UIU
APPROXIMATION PlUZfcij.
i Approximation priies of 7rti It,7''0
9 Approximation priies of r.l 4, .Ml
9 Approximation priiet ol 2X1 2,1' 0
lw.7 Priies, ainonnttne to im'o,5(
Application for rites to oluba should be
mad only to the ottice ot tbe Companyat
New Or'eivns.
For further Information write cliarty,
glvin fulladdre-a. PttNTALNuTKM, Ki-
preaa Mone;. Orders, or New York Kxchange
in ordinary teite-. Currency by Kxpreaa (at
our ei;ene), addroraed
Jf. A. IIACPIf I ft,
M Oi lcana, 1 n.
Or A. lAf I'llo,
W MsitlHiKlSSII la. t,
or at ft WpnI nri St., Mriiilila, Tana
.TI;iki I. 0. Money OrdtTK payable
mid nildrcsM IUnisliTPd Lrttornto
KEWOHI.KAM VATIONAL BANK,
Voi-lvnna. I.a.
II U L 8 TE INC AT T I. E.
AIITI'nN I yi PtsK TA I KlM-
STOCKMEN, fariners, dnirymen, and nil
fancier of thia fiimoua and favorite
broeil, are informed that the above ahipinent
will comprise a very choice aaaortuient of
BULLS (18 mnnlha old): YEARLING I1EIF
KKS (to calve early in IHH7) ; CALVES (of
both aexoa and dropped this spring).
All pure-bred and .-lected by noted fudges
with tho grt-utcst care from wel1 known but
ter fntiiiliee with high-claaa milking atraina.
Parties wnt ng strictly first-claas animali
for foundation tock to suce-pfully eHtablish
a herd, are c rdially invited to correspond.
Our prices will be found reasonable special
terma lornrdors. Apply for full information
to ADA.MmON A ROXALpSON,
34 LeadcnhiiU street, London, Kngland.
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JOHN E. IU..,U; ii
to., Agfi)t:r,
CniblN, Teaiit
TJr aooo 3f jjJjaT.
t:H PARK A K It AHl.AIla-On
the creat of tbe AllcKbvniea. within the
famous Ulnde Hrction, dlroetlv on the line of
tbe ii. and O. No Stage Rr'es or 'llus Trans
fers Ail Limited Express Trains Stop.
With tho no and uriparal e'ed Flint ohe'l-
ale on the Palt'tnore and Ohio Riiilroad,
these lovely twin resorts are beyond all com-
arison tbe most advatitaiceoualy located,
oth aa to 'rain inrvice and ium undiMta. ol
any east of the Rockies.
aHniui aanim Jiaaei llttil. No Flies.
No Mos'iailocs. No liny Ffver No Malaria
lleer Park and Oakland, the one being but
aix miles distant Iroin the other-wilb the
most charuiina drives connecting them will
be under the manavetnent of Mr. W. J.
W ALRER, who, in h a three seasons' man
agement, haa made many entbuiiustic friends
oi th' glorioua resort All eoinmunieitioni
should be addressed to W. J. Walker, Queen
City IJotel, Cumberland, Md , up to June
Kith. A tor tbat date, eitl er I'eer Park or
Oakland, Md
RATEs-Soo, 7r and IK) per month, ac
cording t' loc:.tioris.
The B. and 'I. Company has sp.ired no ex
pense in rendering Deer Park and Oakland
tbe leading Mountain Resorts of the Kant,
and for the aeaaon of lHKothe attractions will
be ut a character not hitherto equaled, and
the cuisine of both houses unexcelled.
Firat-cUss Laundry. Kin Livery. Ele
gant Le llalhing Pools
The finest place for Childfo inthejfind.
Manhood Restored
KfcMsUiT r KLtC A vu I im vi .iutiftil imurqajanoat
tt'iHiriff rn"riiatur Decn, Nirvuu Delsilili, lmt
Mi.h(o1, (tr.(bvinff tntnl in ain avutry iTrOwb
rm vt-.aMtlirK-tvertjtl m implninn(f aif-fiti?
.. ft Jh w.l! . f'lt K K U hi (itiiw-iifT4npr
- .1 11. ill VK- CMuJbavrblatfVorwV
DKHrKi9 i iu: fk;.vt-to h:
prrMoun ri iTik bvrrrnfrit Kiul
ttloymoD. in aoy ot the depirtnaeoU al
U'ft'hinifton, or any other (rut-i'.iLnn nndeJ
the 'i erDmont, I wit) "cod lult tnxtructioD,
af to how to (rM4M to oLuin tb a1e,
ird lilDk ornm of AllrHiou on
receipt ot 0d Dollar. AUtrrmm JOHN
mm U 3
Thnnirh nalnfiil anil woaripg a Inn lv,,nd!
niilunuice. tatKit an Incurable ilneaac If tnnt
a?d in time. IStIihim no otfiiT ,tie'aM' tia w
tajHed the effort o( siMonir aiol I'ttilino.. h
thla, but at laat a n'lmi) ' W utiirofv r l tu
iCWVlT1SM. an. I .1 h-filv I'll
duraed by many id tho Lcau.i.g I uykinaoa.
WHAT THKY SAY t
"TONOALTJIB w tlolivr il, 1 ' I - - Itlrwl 't lU 1.,
II CMIIt"!. M H.LUiilrul. 111.
FOR 8A1.K BY AM. iria'OOI.vrs.
MtTLLIF. Hole I'pnc;" lint
A. A,
THE LIVERWORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOrNDKY aV MACHINE I'Kl'T, Kioto 174 A.lams StM MemphlP.
Iroa anil
Rraus
CawtlaKa,
EnalaiM,
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t'rwnta t
Bullilliil)
worn.
tlenrral
Rrinlr
Mlll. .lvA ' Mil, av
V. i . i H i i: rii3 IISI ' I
IKON & RAILWAY SU1TLY DKL'T, HW anil 2iS Socontl St.
tSucceasora In thla loparttnent to JOHN VAN00VE.)
aytYrlte na for information on .ANY 'I IIIMl in either lini
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY & 00,,
WIG Nm'oimI NtrM'(, loiuplilM.
ALARtlK AND CO.MI'LKTK ST(HIK OF PLUM DKKS, OAS AND STKAM FITTKRS
Materinla. Pumps, lirive tVella, Iron. Lead and Slono Pipe. Una Fixture. Olobea, Kto
A.B.TBEABWhLL3 CO
Cotton Factory Wholesale Srocerfi,
Nn. 11 Union. Mreot, : : tnupltis, T"'.
R.LCOGHRAN&
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it amo ri.Anisaj.nu.i., iitmami,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shinnies, FloorintT! Ceiling and Codar roHts.
A. "VACOAiiO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOR. r? AW1 110 TflOlVT
SLEIXiE BKOS.,of omo, XIhu.
COTTON
Ho. 365 Front Street
ml
SLEDGE MFLEE1
MIL FONTAINE &
Cotton Factors, Commission fJercnanU,
To. 11G South Main Si.. Ht, JLuuia.
Fuimer.TborntoE & Co
Cotton Factors, YIiolesale Grocers,
o. SlOii Front Mtreel, : lemifhU, Tenn.
(Nltt I.NSiOKN T M KAMI AM IIOICTU.X')
COTTON F"JL.GT'FL&
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St, Meinidiis.
XAI'OLEOX II1LI,, FreRiileut
JI. J.
LYNN,
MBmplils City Fire & Geo'l Ids. Co.
IsO KM A GENERAL I IKE AMD MARINE Dl'MNEftN.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION-DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DinnoTonHi
WM. I. COLE, JAMES RK1LLY
FUHSIF.NHHllM,
ti. MAribvlELD,
V. K. MY
aHawaMaawaBMaw - wtvaaawaawaaan
JOHN REID. R. K. LKE.
37tt-378-380-3,S2-!W4-3S Second street, soath ot Clajroso.
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shinies.
Uoalillne;, Lntba, (Xliir PoM u.l FlekeW.
ot liiflfctumia..TT T' In 1 1 iii it kf at
- ri all Uie lanre yinm
V mi la tikva Ti n aiui aaaJ
" In mr rrim(.m Tnf!At.nr nprjaQdilU ftfl otlkV
iwaiUHl riiMunatio mirPtltria,
b O. U.ou lun, U. aaanogo. TS.
" IUt given Toiinijiia a fr trial, uxl think (J
the Lwel reuiMl 1 tiaT.uvar found for HhnuuuMura.
11 F. Datda. Sunreun, Ma
rnifE ONE DOLLAR PKB BOTTLE.
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FACTORS,
Memohls Tenneueje
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W. D. BK1UELL.
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