POLITICS I EMIXD.
OEU RANDOLPH CHlKrillLL'S
ELECTION M VMFESIO.
An Interrlfw With Parnell Cham
berlain's Peculiar PonKlon A
London, June 20. Tlie rinellii
appointed to take chirge of the Irish
vote in Great liritain will leave on
TuMiliy for the various charges to
which they are a's'snod. Thomas
O'Connor will remain in London, and
will be aw'ated by Mr. O'Doherty and
A great demonttration will be held
TV'ednetday at 8t. James Hall in favor
of the tiladetonlan candidates in the
A delegation of Ulttor proteslanta,
consiet'ni of clergymen, msBistratea
and merchants who are la favor of
home rale, is coming to London to ad
dress tevertl md-tiniM under the ant
pices o( the British llcmo liula Awo
claticn. DIPSOl.t'TION OK I'ARUAMINT.
rar'lament will he prorogued on
Friday. The dissolution will take
p!a e oa Snturdty.
attacks Mr. Joeejih Chamberlain for
wht it calls 'hinting at remitting
with th L'.be.a's." It says: "Mr.
Chamberlain has now sid enough
about his ptrsoml racriflcus. Other
men who are totally silent about thera
have made much grcttar eacrifices
than be. Mr. Chamberlain would do
well to on6ne himself in the future
to the tublio and general metits of
the home rule controversy as much
rommrntlng on Lrd Randolph
Churchill's election manifesto, says it
regrets that his "honest indignation
has caused him to lapat into his
ealier controversial manner." Con
tinning, the Timet says: "The vigor
aud pungency of the manifest') can
not be denied, but it wonld have
gained in eflei-t if it had been couched
in ni oio chastened language,"
The Timet publiihes what it says Is
a copy of tbo private epecial circular
recently sert by the pres deet of the
Supreme Ccuocil to the different
"centers" of tho Irish Kenublican
Brotherhood lliroughout the Kingdom
of (treat Britain and Ireland. The
document II lis a coin inn of the Tinm
in Hue print. The RHt of it lies in
the claim that to the efloHa of the
Fenians ii Ireland indebted far the
present advantageous position occu
pied by the Irish cause, and in the
BUtement that while Mr. Gladstone's
scheme is inadequate, because Ireland
mint hive nothing short of independ
ence, it is the duty of IrUhmon to
support the Premier in every way in
order to erable h in to complete tbo
step ho wishes it take. The Timr
sys the document is mtrkod, "lo be
destroyed when read."
BANDOLPH CDUBCHILL'S KLEt TIOM MAN1
FBNTO, Ird Randolph Charcbill's mani
festo to the electors of lVddiogton
"A people's dlfsolutlon has come
npon us." Huoh la the title given by
(iUdatono to the most wanton political
tone ulolvat that in uur lima linn ertllct-
ed this country. By the ciprlce of an
Individual eleva'od to dignity by the
act of the people, by the boundless
t'RotlBiu of the i'remler, ths kingdom
is to be disunited for the purpo'e of
securing ollice, if only fjr a liit'o
while, by the aid of a disloyal faction
sub listing upon foreign gold. Tho
government hai been deserted by All
who could confer up in it character or
repu'ation. Ulaihtme his reeorved
for his closingdavs a conspiracy against
the honor of Great liritain and welfare
of Ireland more stitrtling'y base aid
nefarious tbnn any of those numerous
designs and plots that for a q -tartar
of a cmitu'y havo occupied his
imaginaUon. , Nor are the re
sults of the repeal of the union
A matter of moment ti him. No
practical responsibility will full upjn
liii shoulders. He regards with in
conceivable fiivolity the fact that npon
his sncco'sir will devolve the impossi
ble labor of rebuilding a ehattired em
pire. Let the credulous electorate
jrive him a maj jrity ; to aid wh'cu an
other Irish revolution may bs con
summit d, and this most moderate of
ministers will be satisfied it com
placently retire to repose. Nature
cries alond nature, ti whose crios he
so long turned a deaf ear."
Churchill st'gmatiea ths home role
as "insanity, tiatUcking in treason,
condoning crime, exalting Hi-loyalty,
abusing loyalty, and a mont-tit us mix
ture of imbecility, extravagance and
political hysterics." Ho ridicules ths
anticipated beneilcial reenlta from the
b 11, and alii mis that "the united and
concentrated genius cf IWIiam and
Colney Hatch would strive to pioJuce
a mora striking t'atue of absurdities
than those gravely recommended by
senile vanity (o pooplo renowned
tot oommin sense."
Cbuntitll, atrong'r denounces one
man poarerand holds Mr. Gladstone
responsible for the commercial de
pression, delayed reforms, snrTer'ng
from injustice and lawlieeneM ia Ire
land, d scredit and bloodshed abroad,
and colonial alienation. He a si
speaks of Mr. Ulidstooe as "the be
trayer of Khartoum, guii y of Gordon's
death, the patentee of the 1'enjden
shame, rejected by a Diruocratic llou-e
of Commons, no longer alio li conceal
bis personality under the shelter of
tbe Liberal pnrty, avoided by the
leading light o( nonconformity, now
demanding a voteo! c intidence lo him
selfa political expedient borrowed
from the worst days of tbe second
Churchill cancluded : "Gentlemen, it
Is time some one shou'd speak out. 1
have written you plainly, some may
think etrongly, bnt whatever the Kn
glish vocabulary may contain of p'aln
neaa and s rength is inadequate to de
scribe truly or paint realistically the
present political position a, this critic
- al moment Ws have not to deal with
, . the government party or policy, tu
the man who makes the mo it nnpar
lleled claim of dictatorial power con
ceivable by freemen. For that reason
J bave deliberately addressed myself
to ths peraooal ispect of the iiwiion,
and have drawn the character of the
claimant from recent history. Mr.
Gladstone, at Edinburgh, on Friday,
reommended himself tj thecount-y
ia the name of Aljai htyGod. Other
Ctnnnt and would not caudate sn;h
audacious prof mil y: but I die, so
licit ng a renewal of yrur contidence,
ti rwommend to yoa tbe policy of
the Unionist party in the name of eur
common country and of the great em
pire upi n whoso unit and ell'octive
niaintenanc) so largely depend t'-.e
f esdotn, I appinees and proirreni of
Continuing, Churchiil says: "ie
ronslitution is to be sheltered and tse
Liberal party is to be shivered for r)
ether ret eon than tog ratify the ssb
t'on of an eld man in a hurry. What
(rightful inipeiial catastrophe isneceg
eary to tear Britons from the influence
of this fetich, this idol, thb snperfti
tion, which l as cans'd them and ths
Irish unnumbered evils and which is
known under the abases of 'the Peo
ple's William,' and 'the Grand Old
chami kblain's position.
The Nev nays: Mr. Chamberlain's
sptech on Saturday, though we may
attach over much significance to it, in
dirates that he may be found cuppcrt
ing the bill when it reappears in tbe
autnmn. The A'eiv urges Mr. Cham
berlaia on tie grjund that his present
action is tending to elevate Lird Kalis
bury, if be really drsrea to rennite
the Lilieruls, toaisi t theGlailatonians
in their pnsrnt struggle. By so doing
he would be in a position to assist in
moulding the new b.ll acco'ding t3 his
wishos. Commenting on the Churchill
manifesto, it rays: VVe may well ask
Mr. Chamberlain whether he is p'e
pared to c mimit the destinies of the
coun'ry lo tl is poli ical spirit. The
manifesto is ai insulting to Ireland as
to Mr. Ulac'stone, and is such an ex
pression of prty p union as is, hap
pily, unusual in English politics.
AS ITr.KVltW WITH PAKSEI.L,
la Which II tirrMM Himself
lloprlnl of I'lnal Nartna,
Mr. Jam -8 O'ivoilly, member of
Parliament telegraphs the New York
Herald ths following eU'.ement of Mr.
Parnell'a views on the poli tica1 situa
tion in Great 11 itain : The Irish ch ef
sets down the ba-is of his hopes of
mccfss with his uiual coolness, judg
ment and e'earness of vision, while
the mass of politicians seem flurried
and excited over the coming bat'le.
Nothing in the aspect or cjnveisilion
of Parnell would Uad to a suspicion
that he was enteiicg on a campaign
which most have a decisive iotluence
on the future of his country. It was
Impossible, however, not to notice a
certain air of phyi nl fat'gne, and an
unpleasant cougn now and then told
too p'ainly that Mr. I'jrnell has not
escaped the effects of the sudden
weather changes from A'hich London
has lately s'ifleied.
PABNSI t. SATISI-IIU WITH TUB OUTLOOK.
Correspondent What are the pros
pects of the campaign?
Mr. Parnell I consider tho outlook
mot favorable one. It wr u'd detain
yon too long if I were to travel over
the whole field of hope, but I will di
rect your a'toatbn to iome impoitaat
ftn'uies. Firs', we have the undoubt
ed faot that of the Iriah votes in Great
Britain which were given at ths gen
eral dectiin to the Conservatives, we
can transfer at leart fifty seats cow
held by the Toms to the Liberal
party. Th s will nuke a hundred on
division, aid c invert the majority of
thirty against the bill into majority
of iiventy for It. There aro also at lusst
fifty constituencies now held by small
majorities by Libain's where the Irish
vo:o can convert the small minority
Into a large one Bat, you will ask
me whether there are some Liberal
seats which may bs captured by the
Toriea? There are undoubtedly some;
bow many it is impossible to say, as it
depends upon the exteut of
ths scbisrn in the Liberal ranks;
but I am inclined to think that
this loss will be nearly, if not quits,
balanced by the gain of seats now
held by L herdl dimoneionibtfl, many
of whom wilt bo beaten by ministeiial
candidates, and some ot whom con
sider their oases so hopelesi that they
Uvin itWi! ivfcwui from the coo
lest. As an example of this I may
mention that out of eight We'sh L'b-
eral members who voted against the
bill four have already announced that
thpy will not copk re-election. Much,
however, will- depend upon the result
of Mr. Gladstone s visit to Scotland, of
winch the nor eats are very lavorable.
and should It have the effort many an
ticipate a larger majority than the sev
enty which I now calcula'e as the ro
snlt rf a geusia'. election msy be
A WEAK C0MIIINATI0S.
'Then yon do rot a'tach sri cms im
portance to tho lltrlington-Chamber-lain
'There is no real combination be
tween Lord Hartington and Mr.
Chamberlain, either in programme or
in action. Asa matter of fac', the
Chamberlnla rarty, sa far as memben
of Parliament go, may bs reckoned on
the Angora of one hand. About
twenty-live Radicals voted against the
bill, but they did so from various mo
tives, and very few ae really in unison
wit a iitiamueriain. the temainder of
the Liberal difeonlioniRts, about
seventy in number, are Whigs, and
mere can do little douti! that about
half of thess will loss their easts. I
am told that the Tories expect to in
crease their numbers by fifty, but, as I
have shown a'ready, this does not ap
pear in the remotest degree possible.
However, I agre that of the three
oononenis of the bill the Tories,
Whigs and Radicals the former Is
the only party which can pesiibly in
crease bs numbers at all In the general
pLoc-xiKo tui wiiikls or raotmis
"In estimating the position of the
Whigs aud their chances of encevs,
ws must remember that their opposi
tion to the bill ii really stimula'ei by
tbelr hatred of protrreen, and their de
sire ti k-p tbe Liberal pa'ty occupied
and divided by the Irish qnuet on. In
this way they hope ii pontoon nseful
reforms for the Kng'iih masses, and
the latter are qoita c'tver enough to
see it It was uj r-ir du tj Glad
stone's inftaenoe t'jt the Whigs have
been ao long to tr'd as s pr.ncit al
factor in Libaraf yitn. and certainly
bad it not beta lo h;s aj.ield and
name many o! U.etn wM tav been
brushed aide at tb rrot elections.
Tbe Bad cal tirr,t I now baiten
to s s te chair tiCvttA U.-ro, and,
as the Wbija hsr lx',n with them
over tV qi i',u, the Eaiiicala
wi.l Uke U n'rniinte
them, pd tic! y, aa !' as .-oible, so
tnat tht-y aay ov-r again dom
inats and delay lb Ittdirai program
me. You t, lbB, that I regard the
late reverse not as s defeat, not even
as a check, bat as next-aMry, ia order
t bring eUint that tlfarng of the
darks which is so ewaential to carry a
satisfactory bill throogl Parliament.
Glad tone is rrUin lo triumph if bis
hralth and strrng'h but. Ilia appeal
to the Lnglish demrcracy will go
home, and tbe work'ng c'a's-s will
see that a stttlemeDt nf the Irish ques
tion is nnavoidab'e. if tbnse great r
forma for which Great Biitain now
waits with regard to land and social
problems are to bs attended to."
"I suppote you xinnt conflden'ly m
a continuance of Irish and American
supro't to tee yos through this
"Yes, 1 do, and I regard with great
en! efac'ion the evidercs nf active
evmpathy with tho Irish cause fur
niihed by the large cmtribu'iona
which the cab'c informs us are being
so generor.tdy madebys'l sections of
the American nnnl." The nniverent
expression of approval o! Mr. Glad
ttane's policy, mining from all parts
of the United Stitse. have been one
of the largest factors ia the settlement
ot tbi qnest!on, snd have g-veu the
English people confidence tint they
are on the right road, which orherwiB"
might not have been so largely felt."
f'earae r the Money Market at
Money ( rulers.
Lokdoji, June 21. Discount cloied
at J a for three mouths and lc for
short. During the pat week thera
was virtually no opportunity f jT loan
ing money, and few bills were ollVred.
Thereductkn of 'heUankof Kngland
rate checked the flow of g: Id further
and can ed an outflow. Although
large amounts ars expected from the
Hast the Ecnrunnut doubts whether the
Bank of Eng'and will attain the
strength it ought o have before tbe
au'umn draiu s. Later it expects
unsettled markets and spasms of strin
gency, actnstsd by a trade revival
after the election. Oo tbe Stock Ex
change prices were firm from tbe in
fluence of cheap mony ard invest
ment stocks were h'gher. Foreign
securities improved. The conrng
elections check the buoyancy cf En
glish securities. American railway
securities were buoyant, especially
low priced stocks. The EconomiM tees
lit is to justify the continuous rise of
American securities. Tin mining
shares continue to advauce. Ktrait
tin is now qnoted at 104 per ton, the
h'ghect price si nee 18S2. During the
latt six weeks indus r.'ei througbout
the United Kingdom have generally
improved, and a more hopeful indi
cation of improvement In trade is dis
tinctly apparent. The shipping trade
is also very active.
Paris, Jane 21. Prices were firm
and there was strong buying on tbe
Bourse throughout tbe week. Panama
canal shares closed at 448, The Panama
Canal Company will probably ifsae a
loan of (100,000,000 francs to complete
tbe canal and avoid a further loan.
Bkbmm, June 21. Ths Bou-sa was
firm during the past week.
Franifort, June 21. The Bou-se
wis firm throughout ths week.
EX-YICE PKES1DENT DAVIS.
Hellevc by Ills Physicians ta Be
In a Dying f ondltlon.
Isdianapolis, IiiD,June 21. The
Journal' Bloomington, III , epecial
says: "A point has been reached in
the Illness of ex-Vice-Pie'-ident David
Davis," slid his phys'.c'an today,
"when it is thought best by bis family
to give the public s statement of tbe
groat gravity of his condition. Mr.
Davis is very ill indeed, and it will be
but little lesi than a miracle if be
should rally." Ths plain English of
it is, Judge Davis is believed by his
friends to be slowly but surely sinking
to death. He was taken ill with scar
bunds on his shoulder at Chicago,
May 2d. Up to two weeks ago bis
condition, though at times al arming,
seemed to be one of graduil improve
ment. Two weeks ago severe erysipe
las tet 'n and is growing woree. For
some weeks his tuQerings have been
ln'eneified and complicated by
Bright's diieaca tf the kidneys. Sev
eral Chicago doctors have been sum
moned and a consultation will be held
JDuicaoo, iLt.r June 21. A special
from from Bloomington, 111., toys: The
family and physician o( ex l'res dent
David Davis have concluded that his
end is approaching at last, that he
has but very little chance of reeovfrv.
They determined today ti give this
information to tbe public, believing it
to be no longer proper to conceal his
true condition. When .Mr. Davis was
attacked by tho carbuncle on his
shoulder, about May 1st, he was al
ready re tuced by diaoet-s. Po(ooner
did the carbuncle improve, two weeks
ago, than malignant erysipelas ret in,
to tint he it now suHtring from a
complication of disorders. He is very
weak aud cannot read tbe newspaper.;.
Visitors are not allowed to tee him. A
consultation of his family physician
and medical men from Chicago will be
Hryond Hope of Beeovery.
Bi-oominqton, III., June 21. A
consultation of Chicaaro and Bloom
ington physicians to-diy proniunccd
Judge Davit beyond hipe of recovery.
(Written in a Imiiinr-berth of the yacht
Tbe tun ihinea oa the watcri; and the
wateri to the wall
01 my poor cabin, narrow, dark, sad imall,
Film a i'nelul unpurpnteit fluw
Of luminoui iml.ei dencinr. to and fro;
And trom the wall the many-flickering ihow
Shnoti to my eye.
Far-traveled Iron it fountain In the iky.
Bai poae me born and bred in uoh amall
Cabined and cribbed, with naier a look out
aide Into the beavlnrtide.
Or upward to the bright, expanilve dome
Which men el lleaven, what ihould 1 tay
I'd lay, belike, It w a landed Bun
Ot freaklrh ran,
Fllttinr about to feed my wonderlnx ratal
Redeemed turo-wlie from thaul and old
A brl6t eunfimion without law or rule.
And lor the six, the elnriou. lord of day,
And hit all-permeent, ell-pUftto ray,
Knr that I knew no Sun, mayhap I'd lay,
fW. i Sum tlrnren and be a fool.
Aa Atheiate are blind tulJoe who to to
With outwerd tenia, and what mere aenee
Alene beliere. Be wl.er thou, and know,
behind all nhadowy ihow
A rauieful Hubs anee dwelli,
behind all uncled maie
Ot crowded thinta that try the wondering
In airVin water, and In teemlnt tod,
A Hiaeon worka, which wiaele men ca'l (IOU.
Ji n Stuart Blacks, in Cnttllt't fmUt Man-
A MONT LIBERAL OrTFRl
Tas Voltaic Bslt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to eny man
afflicted with Nervous Debility.Lose of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet In sealed envelope with full
particulars, majled free. Write them
ayar Fraarle Wlaa Ilia faae.
St. :l-oiis, Mo., June 21. In the
case of Mayor Francis, cf 8;. Lottie,
appellant, the Supreme Court of
Mieaonri decides that he shsll have
complete control -hereafter of the
municipal po ice fo roe. It lias been
the custom ever since the municipal
government wat etWhlished f'r the
Vict-I'resident of the Board of Tolice
to control ttie force, the Msyor being
Pres'dent ex oftiio. The latter re
cently contested the right of the Vio
President to such cuit'ol with the
Yof'ix find her smiling night and day,
Althongh at times sN is not gay.
And should you wonder why you meet
Tuisc ns'ant emilo, regard her teeth.
Hhe only laughs thoe gms to show,
Which SU.ODONT makes whits as
fiubetcrlbe for lb "Appeal.'
APPEAL TUESDAY, JUNE
WEEKLY CROP SUMY.
CONDITIO OF THE WHEAT ASD
Tbe Threatened Drouth Broken by
General ami Copious Bains The
Chicaoo, Jare 21. The fol'owing
cr.p summary will app ar in this
week's issue of the Farmer? Jietiew:
Hirve-tiog is in progress ia port ons
of Ohio and Indians, and in larire stc
tious of Kentucky, MiBtonri, Kansas
and Tennessee tbe grain has a'ready
b?en gathered. The yield in all these
f-'ta'es, wita the exception of Kansas,
promues t be neir'y up to the aver
age, and in Missouri wilt be above the
averags. In Washington county, Mis
sour;, the report is made that tbe
grain iithreeaing out an average of
twenty-one bushels to tha acre in
In Davis end Kllii countits ths
wheat is averaging euht to ten bush
e'stothe sere; but thmgh short in
quantity p omises to g-ade well.
In Soutoera II iuois reports of dam
age by chinch buns in the wheat fields
still continue, and in t. Clair coanty
tbe lavages have been so seri ns es to
reduce the p-cbable yield from 5 to 7
bushels aa acre. In Cent'al Illinois
tbeoatlook f or winter wheat continues
Ths eerisus drouth threatening al
most tbe entire eprlng wheat beit ha
been quite geoerady broken by copious
rain. Tbe dinger which seemad to
threaten the lite of almost the entire
crop h-s been pissed. The averege of
the general yield ia Dakota, Minne
sota and Wt coniin has b-en lessened
probably 10 per cent, by the prolonga
tion of the drouth, and in portions of
Minnesota i a used an a'moet to til
bluht in which the r-in tame too la'e
to revive the grain. In Beadle cmnty,
Dak , the repor s sUte that the aver
age of wheat was reduced 10 per cent,
by the droatb, in Coddington county
15 to 20 per cent., in Speak county 10
perc.-nt., in Ah'oa county 25 per
cent. In Dakota count?, Minn., it h
reported that the dry weather, in con
nection with chinch bugi, reduced tbe
average 60 per cent.; in Olmstead
county some of the fields a e reported
dead ; ia Steele county there was no
rain f r four weeks and the outlook
for wheat wai lessened 20 per
cant.; in Yellow Medicine county
a five wesks' drou'h wai broken
June 12tu by raia, but the pies-nt
outlook is nut far to exceed one-half a
croo; in Blue E.rth couiry tbe wheat
is thinner and shorter than before for
years. In a few portions of Wiscon
sin no ian has fallen to relievo the
Holds. In Iowa and Nebraska no
sensible injury to the wheat is report
ed from the drouth; but the oa's pros
pects have beeu greatly loewned, and
in seven Iowa counties tbe reportt in
dicate the average has been reduced
fully 25 per cent. Jeflerjon and Mus
catine counties, in Iowa, are trie only
ones to report this wt ek ravages by
gra-shoppers, and thui lar no serious
injury hrs resulted from this form of
TBI COR OUTLOOK
in the f-'tates of Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Iowa, Kan.' as, Nebraska, 1'lmois and
Indiana is almost uniformly good,
Some injury be the cut-worm is re
ported from different j ititinn. but it
is nut mxfck.ua t) eltct the general
crop outliok. Th held in Minno
a itit, Kansas ard Iowa are reported
eipeeially cein, ami promise a large
LIT ILK ROCK, AliK.
t'oiiiiiienceiiienl Kxereitea at the
ICOrtRISPONDKNCI OF THS APPBAL.l
Littlb Rock, Ark., June 17. The
clos ng commencement exercises last
night of Annnnlcat on Acadnny drew
futh an audience, t f 1500 peole who,
from their rapt attendou, attested
their appreciation of th s, tbe best
tell xiliu tin S'aie It is conducted
by the Sittis of Cnarity, who seve-al
years since s arted the school under
unfavorable auspices, bat It ii now ia
a flourishing (Oudilinn aid tbe num
ber of pupils the past soaiinn were
Tho graduates wore Miss Millie
Scull and Miss Kats Slmpan. Their
dip'omas wero awarded by Bishoo
Fiirgetald of Litt'e Kock, who honored
the occation with his august presence.
The following interes ing programme
was rendsred with spirit and alrlity.
Tue saluta'ory of Miss Fannie Wer
th fiuier, a beautiful young girl, was
delivered in a very handsome style
The gradna'.ee, two of our most ac
complished and charmii'g young la
d.es, read ecsaya of great power and
The following prizes were distribut
ed to the following named young
ladies: For Christian doctrine, Miss
Rojie McNally, Mis? Mamie Keeley,
Master Charlie McKnightand Mister
John Harrington; plain sewing, Miss
Patdo L Kiley and Mis Katie Sea
brook ; embroidery, Mist Fannie Wer
thetmer; oil painting, Mist Julia Scull:
proficiency in music, Mies Millie Scull
and Mist May Huriton; progress in
muic, Miss Fannie Bloom ; graduation
medals. Miss Millie Scull and Mist
Katie Shu pan; third in merit in senior
department, Mies Clara Proctor: first
iamaiit in junior department, Miss
Florence Wertboimer; s cood in
meii', Miss Ulennie Tomliuson; third
in merit. Mies K la Oalbraith; first
in merit in intermediate department,
Mis; Woodre Johnson; second in
merit, Miss Maggie Lonthan; third
ic merit. Miss Minnie Roane; first
in merit in boys' department, Master
Isaac Miller; terood in merit, Master
George Smith; third In merit, Master
TJX GOOO rHHT.
KKR PARK AND OA MLASf ItOn
the creat of the Allethantea. within tbe
femona Ulede Section, directly on the line ol
the B. and O. No Slate Ri.ie or 'Una Trenl
tera. All Limited Eipreaa Traini Stop.
With the new and onpaxal eled fant ached
nla on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
tbeae lorely twin renoita are beyond all com
pariton the moat adrantee-eoaaly located,
both aa to train aervic and aurroundlnra, of
any el of the Rockiea.
Nmmi Oseaa Jane t.M. No Fltea.
Ko Noaqnitoee. No Hay Fever- Mo Malaria.
Deer 1 ark and Oakland, the one beins bnt
lit tnilea diatant trom the other with the
moat charming drirea connecting them will
he amler the management of Mr. W. J.
WALKER, who, ia ha three eeaaone' man
arement.hea made many enthotatic frienda
ot the cloriona reaorta- All eommnnioetiont
(h.iulJ he addreaaed to W. J. Welkor, Qoeeo
City Hotel, Cumberland, Md., aptoJaae
IMh. Alter that date, either lleer Park or
RAIKS b, ITS and r0 per month, ac
cording to locationa.
The B. and O. Company h apared no ex
penae in renderina laeer Park and Oakland
the leading Moonlain Reaorta of the Keat,
end for tha ?c aon of IS the attrastione will
he of a character not hitherto e-ioaled, and
thecniaine rt both houaej unexcelled.
Firnt-cUaa Laundry. Fine Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Pool a.
The finejt i-lace for Children In the land.
DEMOCRATS TO THE FROST T ir
pprtiua aeekint Uorernment Eujl
oloyment in any ot tne departmenta at
tVaehington, or any other poaitiona anJeJ
thedjTernment.I willaend tall Imtruotionl
M to how to r4Meeit to ohtain the aame,
and Blaiaak rniee)t Annllrailoaa cn
receipt ot One Poller. Adlre JHS
l. ajriiSU, Leek- , lhirt
II EK BENT FRIEND!
FDR. J. BRADFIL0'S T
E 31 ALE REOULAToll
Thla famona remedy moat happily meeta
the demand of tbe ate for woman a peculiar
and maltiform afSictiona. It la a remedy
for WOMAN ONLY, and for one SPECIAL
CLASS of her diteasea. It it a ai-ecitio for
certain diaeaaed eonditiona of the womb,
and propoaea to ao control the Menatraal
Function ae to rorulato all the derange
ment! and irregalaritiet of Woman't
Ita proprletori claim for It no other medical
property; and to doubt tha faot that thit
medicine doet positively poaaeaa auch con
trolling and regulating powera ia aimply
to diacredit the voluntary testimony of thoa
aanda ot liring witneaeaa who are to-day
emlting in the reatoration to aound health
It ttrtctly a yeaetable compound, and It tha
produot of medical acience and practioal ex
perience direoted toward the benefit of
It la the itudled pretcrlntion of a learned
phyaioian, whoae apeoialty waa WOMAN,
and wnoaefame became enviable and bound
leaa became ot hia wonderlul auoeeaa in the
treatment and cure of female complaints.
THE REGULATOR la the GRANDEST
REMEDY known, and richly deaervea ita
Woman's Best Friend
Becauae It controli a claaa of funotiona tha
varioua derangement ot which came more
111 health than all other eauaet combined,
and thua reaoueaher trom a long train of
efniotiona whioh aorely embitter her life and
preaiaturely end her eiietenoe. Oh, what a
multitude of living witneaaeaoan testify to
ita charming effeota I Wuau, take to your
PKMIOUS BOOM OF HEALTH!
It will relieve yon of nearly all the eom
platn'a peculiar to yonr aex. Rely upon it
aa your aateguard for health, happlneaa and
Sold by all druggiata. Bend for our treat
ise on the Health and Happiness of Woman,
mailed free, which givea all particulara.
ZUE BRADFIEuD REOITLATOR CO-,
Boi;28, AtlanU. fla.
ImHflliablfl Kmnmly lor LivirCotupiainUuid llUCntt'-e
fay ddfaiifnd or torpid nuliUon of the Lirer, w Vrt
tn3rii. Const 1 pat loo, BiliuuKtmM, Jauixticfl, Hendariu
HalariB, HheuniRtiPni. pIc. II rtKtitntei ttif twwelfi, pur
l"i tli Iiu-Hi, trn;V.rtni Ifi MM?m. tFta (1lrfRltoi
AN INVALUABLB FAMILY MEDICINB.
thousands of testlmoniata prove Itameri'
A1 1UUUUIBT W11XTKLL VoU ITS KKPrTaTK?
W. N. HALDEMAN,
President of the Great LOUISVlLf. C0U-
JUKK-JOURMALi OO., telll H&t
he knowa of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orrica or thb Corarga-JocasAL,
1 .. . t7
Ajtiuiav ii.i.a ai.
Dr. Winlertmil, Sir I waive a rule I have
obaerved for many yeare, the value of your
remedy prompting me to say, in reply to
your request, wnat i gnow or yonr ontu
Cure. The private assurances of its efficacy
I had, and tne good results of its effects I
bad obaerved on Mr. ft. W. Meredith, who,
for more than fifteen years, had been fore
man of mi office, induoed ma to teat It in
my family, tbe results have been entirely
satisfactory. Tbe first oaae was of two
years' standing, in which I believe every
known remedy had been tried with tempo
rary reliot the chills returning periodically
and with seemingly increased severity.
Vour cure broke them at onoe, and there has
been no reenrrenee of them for more than
six months. The other rase waa ot a milder
form, ana yielded more readily to other
remedies: but the ohills would return at In
tervale until your medioine was used, since
whioh time, now several months, they have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity 1 nave had tojudge, l do not nositateto
expresa my belief that your Chill Cure is a
valuable specific, ana performs all you
promise for it. Respectfully,
W. N. HALDEMAN.
ARTHUR PETER A CO., Agents, Louis
lOMPOUND OF N
r WILBOB'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVER
ATT A TTa T TTUfO
H "nf1 U J?
tact I he Clotinlne A rt lole The ars-ont
popularity of "Wilbor s Compound of Cod
Liver Oil and Lime" has induced some un
principled pertons to attempt to palm oft" a
simple arnoie ot tneir own manuiaciurei
but any peraon who ia suffering from Coughs.
Colds or Consumption, should be careful
where they purchase this article. The re
sults of its use arei? best reromiuondations;
and the proprietor has ample evidence on
file of its greet success in pulmonary com
pla nts. The Pboophate of Lime possesses a
most marvnloua hvaling power, aa combined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil bv Dr. W'ilbor.
It ia prescribed by the uied'cn! faculty. Sold
by A. B. Wilbur, Cbexiat, Boston, and all
fndTsputed fn tha BROAD CLAIM cfbeCa
IKRI BEST OPERATIHd,
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
EVER PLACED OS SALS.
FOR SALE BY
H. WETTER & CO., Agents,
WrrtsmmLW .a Mi. I Hulrt d 0UilO 1W6
t ntiMit t)vrjifiDfti, now rtMMir
X'vvnail Sty 'en of Ottioesel Lih-nry
Dtki, Table. Chair t,
Book C&set. lonnffei.
letter Presies, Cabinet
Ladies' Fan cyDeakieAeQ
Finfwt (tMiei nnd lx
trie Gnmtittfsi. CVataloa
trk. lottti4rv 4c. o potreia.
"London" Trouser Mretcher
Futtjnte'i in Eanp And Uni
ted StH'e. Airrnta In
I iillrd for celhrtt?d
.lohn Hamilton at Co. itrftph
er. Take Uur out of
knew restore puntnlogni to
or pinal ybape. Only pAtrntevl
SteTceT oombininir screw red
in couibination who cUmri.
AH tberf .nfrinrementir.
iTiiinal rd o yMrrichrr
lita sri.nl lawlltF-ne) ! 11
tsi rt? recunlr racked. Price fi -V. Write
for circnlsro. Arents wnnted m ererr eity.
o3" V '
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission merchants,
SGOand SG2 Front St., IIemp1iis, Tenn
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SALT. BAGGING AND IRON TIES,
303 ritONT ST., -
Ohio Hirer aud Michigan Salt Companies,
J. Painter and Sons Pittsburg Arrow Ties,
Laflin and Hand Powder Company. .
BEST BRANDS OF PURE JUTE AND FLAX BAGGINGS
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv
1VC IIsWAnKH X9.
MEMPHIS BRANCH, Depot stud leehoaie, eor..Haln fc Auotl
S. ROESCHliR. Agent, Memnbia, Tenn.
Bales 1st ISSa, 800,000 Brrela.....Silea f MenaiahU Brancta, 100,000 Hel
In lee In 1HH4. llftO.OOO Hnrrele.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front (Street, : Memphis. Tenn
ADLER CRO, & CO.,261 MAIN ST
.... nmini in Latest Novelties in Footwear
(t9Wlll pay Good Prices for MOTES, GIN FALLS aatt
TItASlIY COTTON of all descriptions. Send for Circular
aod Prices Paid.'.
TXJ-. "W. SP3:33FLrf Jr.
75 Vanoe Street. MewiTthia. Tenn.
a a . a
A.NDKEW BTEWAKT, New Orleatu, AMDREW JD. ttWYWWIl Mum
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factors
XO. 856 AND 838 FRONT STBIiET, MEiffPIIIS, TEJSSFn
STEWART BROTHERS 6 COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEECHANTS,
WEW ORLEANS, LOfJISIAl?A.
B. WITZBSAHW i Oo
Wholesale Dealers and Pu,blihera,
PIANOS """ch A ?hiti&2: -
oean a tarta HASP 11 IT AM 1 (MIIUH ek WABBKH , CHI
UliilVAJiaM CAOO ,COTTACIB ORUAS.
MrABIWT-OCTAVS PIAHOF0atlM.-s K
Write (or OarAlfxrofl. Jios.aaa and 8ff SECOND ST.. MFMTPHIW
Wholesale Grocer!, Cotton factor
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Uempliis, Tenn.
BXTWKEB ADAJSS ASD JXTFKJLSOH,
Mr. I. N. RAINKY derotet hit whole time to the weighing and tale of ail Cotton utruted'
to enr eharare. Oo.ten Warehonae. Mfi Waahinton afreet
P. 8. ALSTON,
.. W. CBOWILL,
ALSTOH, CROWELL & CO.
Asd ComntBSioa Merchants. Ha, Cora Oats, Brai, Chop Feed, Oil-XeaIe-.
List, Oment, Plaster, Building and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Iloward'SjRow.aMemphis.
KATl'R&L EFrERTESCENT MIME
RtL WATER, FROM BIRKESBORS.
UNKXI'KLUED FOK FAMILY I'SK.
HKCOMM ENDED BY THB
III(hl tiedlral Aolhorlllee.
Sole Aeenta for the Inited Stater,
rHt ll'H HOLLAKItKH to.,
llft-119 Elm (t . New York!
NETHKRLASD PIOSKER 4?7 H.F.H.B
This clebrated Holateto-Frieian Ball
will be at 1 Jeffersoo street for the mil
tfleen dura. Hi, sire ia at the head of Smitt
A Powell s heril.and ia regarded aa one ol
the beat milk and batter bulla ever imported.
J0H5 E. KINDLE & C0.,;PE0PK'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Tennl
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MASTJFACTURER8 AND DEALERS IS
Vnglnes, Boilers, Kawmills,
Bradlord Corn and Wheat Mills,
Cotton Frew, Cotton Ulns,
Shafting, Pulleys, lite
SPECIAL NOTICE We'are prepared All ordert:
on aoor notioe. for the oelei. rated ateirt Pat-eat
Wrontrhi-Ju- Pnlley. We carry in ttook over
Two Hundred Assorted biaet. ......
oerHend for Cntalnetie and Price-Hat.'
((. SPEED & GO.
70S EPBCSQ AMD SUMMER.
KLEGAHT STYLES !
AGENTS FOB THB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 3.00 CaU Shoes
In Button, Laoe and Congress.
txar Illnstrated Catalogue and Price- List
Mailed Free on application.
lollowinf Ilrtt-Class Inttromantt)
H. H. HACBT.
J. . COCBtAM.
I. nrni.ST rasTsia.
COCHRAN tl FRAYS ER,
Owner ! Proprletorta,
On Horn Lnke Road, 8 Miles from City
Sl'PFICIENT paatur.ge for 500 head of
stock. Charges Irtm II 50 to $5 per
month, affording to care and kind of past
orale. Iioga, cattle, ralrei, sheep and
lambe for sale. Partiet desiring pasturage
for nock, or to purchase or sell slock, will
w. S. J ACKS05, Agent, on the Place.
Telephono Ml or i
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