MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY. JUXE 22, 18S6
THE SISDBY CITIL BILL 1.1 THE
The Inprorrmeot of the Blrer Front
or Soath Memphis Proceed
ings In the Senate.
Washington. Jane 2.IIoum.
The Speaker laid bfore the Home
cornmuaicetirn from the Acting Secre
tary o! the Treasarv, ubmlitirg an
estimate of appropriation amountine
to!i2tt,7H for the trareportatiots of
mails on non-ttabeidud railroads,
cootrolled by the Central Ta'.iUc Kail
road Company. IMerrcd.
On motion of Mr. Townahend 111
tbeSeuate ainendnisnts to the pen
sion appropriation bill were non-con-cu"d
o, and Mr. Towrehend, Mr
Vilaon and Mr. Long were appointed
The rioniw having resumed tliecon
idir.t'on of the naval appropriation
bill, Mectel yeas W, naya 131 the
m :ti )n made Saturday by Mr. liofl lV.
Va. to recommit the bill with in
StrnrtknB to the Committee on Naval
ili ni 10 report it back with araend
irei.ts making prov'siona for the torn-
fktion of the doable torretted mon
Um. The bill wae then passed.
Under the call of 8 aU-s, several
bill introduced and relcrrtd.
The llonne thf n went inti cmmit
teeoftre whole (Mr. KeajjBn Tx.
in the chair) on the sundry civil bill.
Tne propoitiot submitted by Mr
B!achar.i U . appropriating $10,000
for a tevenno patrol veeeel for uhb on
thf Mi sistippl river, and bv Mr. Criu
Tox. appropriating fs5,0(X) for a rev
erne steamer for tine on tbetiuif, were
rib d out on points of order.
The paragraph tclative to the
Kima'i of Kngiaviig and Printing
bnvinj bfen regched, Mr. Diiigley
f Me. (TYred an ameuduient requir
ing tie etinravinu of notee of the le
nomitmt:on of fl, $- and oilier do
nominations atitliorxed r law.
A p lint f order wae ruisi d aaintt
the aiuendn enl, hicb, after argu
ment, wax tunlaiiivd, ami hod an
ai p al being taken the committee
reallUninl 7 to 75 the decis!on of
Mr. Warner 0 offered a similnr
amendment wbinii met with a similar
late Mr. Warner then attempted to
evade the point of otder by modifying
the amendment o as to authorize the
imii tf fl and 1'J notes in place of
mutilated and carded not .-a of like
Mr. lUn Jail rained tin) point of or
der aga'net the amendirient, abo de
claring thht the avowed ovject of the
proportion was to compel a different
dminittration of the law than w.s
prcrt cej at prime nt and tberefcre
changeil existing law.
Another argumeiit ensued, after
which the Chair ov rrulnd the point
of order, and then Mr. Werner advo
cated the adoption of the amendment.
He d' nim), he eaid, to lit the people
ch o.ne vl ic'li they would take, green
iback r ilver.
Mr lll.ind emphatically opposed
the aincm'mt nl, ivitaiding it as un at
trin, t ci j tl.e part of the opjiononts of
eilve' tii do away with the necessity of
pnuing the h'll pending for the lrsue
of i-ilvi'r (eriillciilis of email denomi
nations Mr. Weaver la. annouueed him
self fti god a silver man as tho gen
tlemxn from Miaaouri, but dednrud
that if tin) light came botweun green
b( k nud mlver he was a greeuhick
... Mi . Symea O.il sp ko a good word
for the tllvei dollar, rnd Mr. Miller
Tex. stated that it was the Intention
of ili" Banking anil Currency Com
inl tie to call up the certillcatn bill as
n a? the aiproiriation bills were
tho aiiiendnient was lost by a vote
of 75 to 87.
Mr. Warner then offered an amend
ment of similar purport, but pending
act : mi the committee roee.
Mr. Ziich Taylor Tonn. offered a
KWiition reciting the fin t that the
Ioai r portion of ttie city of Memphis
has been in part destroyed by the rav
ing of the I auk of the Mississippi river
at that point, and authorixiDg the loan
.Ing to tho properly authored officers
of the Taxing littrict of Shelby county
all or iinoiigh of the bnrgu bouts, tools,
inii'lemtmts and appliances under the
control cf the Mississippi River Com
mission, to be used iu improving the
river below lhitde street in that city.
The resolution was adopted, and the
The Chu'r to-day laid before tho
Senate the credont;a'B of re-election of
the Hon Nelmm W. Aldrich as United
Htn'ts Senator from Kuode Island.
Read and tiled.
Also an invitation from the World's
rafitimu Kxi option Company of Chi
cago, to a' tend its opening on July 3d.
Lcul ou the table.
t'enatnr Hoar, fioni the Committee
on tbs Judiciary, reported favorably ft
bill to g ant IH iuboru l'ark, Chicago,
tothatcitv for t lie use and benefit ol
public aud lieuevolent inetitutinna,
On iuoti(.n of Senator Logan, the
bid wrB at once taken up a-"d pased.
Seiia'ortieorge, fiom the Committee
on tbn Jiidiclnry, repnrtd favorably a
bil1 to remove the p liiical disabilities
of J Ci. Flournoy, uf Miisuejippi, and
on nioiion of Senator (ieoriiii the bill
was al once pa-sjd, the vote bsing
Senator Frye, from the Committee
on Knits, reported fivorably Sena
tor Kdmnnds m reHolntiou proviibng
for ".ch amendment to the rules as to
admit ol dilute on a mo'.iun te recon
sider. Tne rtso'ution Wfsagreed to and the
rules wre amended actordingly.
After the adopt-on of several resolu
tions, on motion of Senntor Hutler.the
House took up the bill to graut the
right of way to Cenabar ntid ('larks
Fotk Kai'rosd C3iii)sny through a
corner tf the Yellowst-ine Park.
After argument the bill went over
The at my appropriation bill was re
porttd from the Hoiue of Ki-presenta-tives
ai'.h a in(sax'e of non-concur-renre
in the Senate amendim-nta, aud
a.kii g a ronfeience.
On m tion of Senator Ixigun, the
'Heui'tt iiiristed on it amendment and
the Cha r appointed Messrs. Iig-n
riuinb aad (i jriuaa 03 a Conference
.1 The cynsu'ar and diplomatic appro-
iniatioti hill was re.-eived from the
louf e of Kepre'entatives with a raos
f age of non-concurrence.
O'd motion cf Senator Allieon, the
penete icsittcd on its aireDdnients
and oMbrtd a ccnfcrrnce.
The till to rental the pie-eniption
acil timber cul tire acts was then
taken nit and its cors;deratbn pio
Senator Iilair submitted an amend
ment providing that as to the desort
landp, not mere than o 10 acres Bhould
le held in a single ownership.
Senator Call wanted printed iu the
Jkcord a letter trom the (Jonimis'-ioner
of I'tiblc Lands relating to the bill un
ler d s'U;ion. Tne letter being quite
long, Senator Ingtl's inquired whether
Senator Call bad read it, and coold
von h for its being respectful in tone
and fit to be printed in the Record.
8erjaor Call said "Yea." Senator In
galls said be bal heard tome observa
tions, within a very brief time, from
executive officers, which observations
were not very respectful to either
taouse of Congrcs.
After an executive seesiorj, the Sen
AN ACTME TALL TKADE.
Uawl InqalrleaaMd Depleted Nlocka
Krported by Jabben-lbe
Philaoi phia, Pa Jons 21. There
is a strengthening confidence in an
active fall trade.
Numerous fail orders are coming In
even now for carpets, silk goods, dress
goods, foreign and home, brsiery and
knit gocds. Textile machinery mak
i s report this week orders for J10.000
worth of machinery. Jobbers report
good iii'iairies and depleted stocks.
Everything points to an active fall
trade in textde product!.
lMt and Shst. Sa'es this year in
New England and Philadelphia mar
kets foot up In excess of last yeir, acd
the lca'htr tnaketi are ic'ive and
prices firm. All factories will stirt up
full in July.
WW. Sales here last week, 1,100,
000 pounds, or double three weeks afo.
Manufaclu-ers are crowding in and
hnlileis are letting stocks go at reason
Jnm and Slut Pig Iton production
has incrf osed fr. m M.COO to l'.t.OOO
tors per dy within six mouths, the
henviett prodtiotiou ever known. Tuo
s'eel rail output is 25,000 tons per
neck. Mills are ItCO.OOO tjns over
sold, ard lu'ge requirrmonts yet re
mein to be tilitd. Over 100 miles of
n at lira' gaspipe are nnder contract to
be laid during the summer. Contracts
are cut for larga supplies of iron at.d
btoel for railroad, ship bid ding at-d
ard car building purpo-et.
Lumlitr. Heavy arrivals of while
ami yellow nine continue. The build
ing demand abtorbs all. Prices are
film. One hundred schooners are
loading with pine and oik in South
Cual. Antbrac'te prrjductien con
tinues at 1)0,000 tons per working day.
Prices are weak. Bituminous pro
duc'ion is now greater than ever be
frre in the hiitc ry of the country.
New and extensive tracts are to be
opned this year in IVnneylvanla,
Unio and Alabama. The miners are
ceeking interstite combination, with
cut success, iu the inteto-t of better
Minify More money will go into
industrial channels this fall than lat)'.
Kailrt a I buildo s are heavy borrow
ers, and 6000 miles of road will be
built th's )car.
Cummrrc. Slnggishne usually
characteristic at this season, is general,
but there is a wldeipiead comldencu
and an aVlding faith in a booming
(all aud wiutf r trade.
ULUK MOUNTAIN, MISS.
('oninieiieetiirnt Eaerrlwea nl the
Frranle t'ollra; S'nvored rnplU.
loiiaHHrumicNca or tui ippiil.1
Ui.t'K Mountaik, Miss., June 10.
Tho commencement exercises of Wile
Mountain Female Collet;- eloped on
the 17th ins'ant. The attendance of
the 'ait si union lias been the lurgett
during the bixtAty of l tie inttitnt-nn.
Dr. Searcy, of Arkansas, delivered the
anntial aililiea. Ho argued very clote-
ly that a woman could tqiul a man in
any department of busines. except to
pull like a mule or an ox. .Laughter 1
The young ladies did their part well.
showing all tho way through training
and originality. The olive branches
were carried away; for grace and
beauty on the stage, Miss Liela Chiles
of Jackfon; for mimic, Miss Uenie
Atkinson of Ja' kn n ; for oratoi y, Mies
Lizzie Lowry of Foirrst; f r ii t-llect-ual
ability in debute, Mietoi Searcy
and Soothe. I do not pret mi to say
tu at this is the most circuit! tnetittit on
in the State, but for a combination of
economy and neatness, mental and
moral development, she la withrnt a
peer. The mantle of (Jen. M. P. Low
ry has certainly faren on his sous and
daughters. x. v. z
freight Wreck on the Unobel
Braineh of the Iron Houiilnlu.
lanoiAi. to tub ArrAi,.l
Tr. tu . A utr t.... HI Tl... -.,..11,
tiftnanA, Ann , vi.iio . . . iiiv uinin
bound freight train on tbe Knobcl
iirniicu vi tne iron iuuuiuuiu ftiiu
S uthern railroad, wai wrecked yes
terday evening two miles south of
Harrisburg and did considerable
damage. No one was injured.
iBlttronllnnnl rrenrh Convention.
1!i'tlani, Vt , Jnne 21. Tho Inter
national Fret ch Conveulion, which
a'Aemb.rs here this week, will be
compered of Fierch spenkiug people
of tho United Sttitos and CatiBiia.
The number of dulogivcs is 500. Tues
dy and Wtdresday will be occupied
in the diHcnas'on of literary and po
litical subj-cts pertaining to their in
terf s s. St. John's l.iy (Thursday)
wid be rtlebrated with a grand parade
and fite at the Fair Grounds, The
town will be gaily decorated.
Mtnrp ln ngu Atuwurt the I'oreheecl,
And In the must-lct of the neck and ahouldor,
aually murl tlnlont after nightfall, r
atnung the chftftrful niAnii'pitattunii of neu
rnlnia. ltitau aflrctiun of lh norve Inton
ullio.l lT flit. Kol'iifa, briniing with It a
rotation of pain, i lndu(il hy floiitttor'i
Momarh llitlon, which ir a flno ncrvs tonio
and tranuilliier. It in alto a reliable nmni
of ehackini rhouniatlum and irnut. Tl co
nialadiof have alwayii more or lent) to do with
th kilnryi that, hen iuie-live, full to
thro cfl the impurittel which enitender
them. Tho Hitter can he relied upon to re
new a healthj and .nrif;ina action of the
ronal orarans. Deiidra thin, it itivea tone to
the ttnmach, livor and howaU, and onrirhoi
the circulation. Appetite and sleep both
profit by it, and It i a well accredited mean
of fortifying the nystein aaint malaria. It
haitena tho recovery of Mrcvuth by conva
leceot, mitigate llie inflrniitlea ut age,
and hoi pi the constitutionally leeble.
f'looila Iu Teaaw.
Nkw Oki.kans, La., June 21. A dis
patch from Moieland, on the Texas
Pacific railioad, says: The water is
three feet nine inch's deep over the
triH'k a mile weBt of here, and lias
fallen but three iuchts during the
pa.tt twenty-four l oure. The water in
the llaycu bcuf is higher than ever
befora Known, but it is slowly subsid
ing. Mnntered Hit Mlatreea.
New Oklkaks, La., June 21. Charles
Edwards and Hattie lvefnire, bi th col
ored, residing in Algiers, have ncently
bad misurdeistandinga on recount ol
iralousy entertained by the former.
Lrst night the woman came home late
and after the usual quarrel both re
tired. Substqmntly Ldwards got up,
caught the woman by the chin, ihrew
her head back and cut ber throat from
ear to ear. The murderer was arrested
and coufefRed the crime, saying be ex
pected to bang for it.;
IRISH MTIOm LEAGUE.
AX IXPOBTAIT CIttCl LAB FR0X
Ibe Pasis of Representation la the
Nut Coareatlon A Stirrlag
Ljmcoi.ii, Neb , June 21. Tbe fol
lowing important circular has been
rent out by tbe executive cf tbe Irieh
National League of America:
Likooli, Nan.. June lit, lHrt.
To th Offioeri tod Member of the BranchM :
We are glad to be able to congrat
ulate yon on the splendid proirrets our
cause ba niadesince we laet addressed
you in a Parliament elected on every
different issue, the bill granting borne
rule to Ireland was only defea'ed by
the narrow majority of thirty votes.
After tbe general election now about
t) take place, we believe Mr. Glad
stone will be in a position to undo, by
an overwhelming majority, tie fo
cal led union, which that gro?t states
man himself in bis recent addresi to
Midlothian, so truly described a paper
anion, obtained by fjree and fraud
and never f Auctioned or accepted by
tbe Irish nation. The measure
of home rale proposed by Mr.
Gladstone will, we believe, be
productive of permanent peace and
good will between Ire'and an l Kng
land. while tbe twenty-year coercion
alternative of Lord Stlisbiiry and tbe
Marques of Hartington could rtsult in
only a mere deadly feud than any
that bit ever before exieted between
the two ccuutri'S, accompanied by
cor-spqnences which every lover of
liberty, every friend cf bumaniiy
should deeply deplore. The Provin
cial Committee Bclieiue of Mr. Chim
herlain is nnwoitby of consideration.
In facs of the dearerate and dif grace
ful attempt) of Salisbury, Churchill
and Chamberlain to foment leligioiu
strife throutthout Ireland our people
have acted nobly, and with the ex
ception of a haidful of misguided
Loyalists in Belfast they have shown
the woild tha'. the days of stupid le
ligicus bigitry and intolerance arxong
Irishmen baa forever passed naay.
The is4ue of home rule for Ireland is
now fairly before the tnglieh people,
and we feel confident that the great
mass of fair-minded, intelligent Kn
g.ishmen will eupport Mr. Gladstoce,
aud by sending turn bock to Parlia
ment with a large majority, enable
him to s lve beneficially for England
aswell as for Ireland tbe greatest and
most dangerous problem the British
Empire has bad to deal with dur ng
the century. In pursuance of tbe
powers conferred upon us by tbe Na
tional Executive Committee of the
Lagne, we hereby summon tbe third
regular convention of the Irish Na
tional League of America, to be beld
in Central Musis Hall on August 18th
and l!Hh, 18MI, and we trust that
every bianch of tbe League will bo
fully represented thereat. All
branch) 8 and societies alliliated with
the Leugie that t a ve subscribed regu
lar dues for the current year, or have
contributed to the Parliamentary
fund a sum equal to the amount of
dues, ehnll be entitled to repreFenta
tion, and the bus's of lepresentatk.n
shall ha as follows: One dele
gate for every fifty mem
bers in good standing; provided
however, that in country district,
where the number of fifty members
cann-1 bo etily rtached, any numbe r
from tweuty-flve to iif y shall be en
titled to one delegate. We look for
the attendance ol aa impor ant tlelo
gKtion from tltu Home League nod
Parliamentary. All arrangements frr
the convention ehnll he under the sole
charge of the Committee cf Arrange
ments at Chicago, already organized,
of which f x President Alexander Sul
livan and the ellicers of the league
f.ir the city of Chicsgi and the State
t f Illinois ate members. Every branch
of the league should sat to work
promptly to prepare fot the coming
ciieis, and should remit all funds on
hand immediately to the national
treasurer at Detroit, so the money may
be forwarded by him to Ireland, and
made available, if necfs-ary. for the
approaching campaign. AH true
friends of Ireland should, by active
aud earnest organization, endeavor to
make our approaching convention
worthy of the cause in which we are
engaged the cause of Iiish liberty.
We lemaiu vonrs very faithfully,
PATRICK KflAN, President.
CHAHLKS O'KKILLV, Trwamrer.
JOHN P. SUTTON. Beoretaxx.
Nroll'a Eiiiulalon of Par
Cod Liver Oil, with IlyTiophospbites,
in Consumption end Wasting Dis
eases. Dr. C. W. Harringor, Pitts
burg, Fa., says: "I think your Emul
Bion of Cod Liver Oil is a very fine
preparation, and film a loug-felt want
It is very useful in consumption and
MOST PERFECT MADE
TnrcM and itmnfert Natural Fnttt riamri.
VamlU. Inion, nruoce, Almoiul, Ko, etc.,
flavor as drlicaiely and n.-uorlly M tbe ItuiU
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
CHICAGO. 8T. LOUIS.
rZ -L-I;" " VanadTeitmertooon-
ewMair and timatea o the oort of ad
vertiiilng. The advertiier who wantf to finil
one dollar, nd In it the Information he re
quire. while (or him wht will inet one
hundred thounand dollara In edvertmnt, a
cheine ill rdicatod which will meet nil
erery rti"l ement, or oan be mada to do iu
by tliaht ehanse eaily arrived at hy corre
pondence. One hundred and Bfty-threa
editiona have been itaued. rjent. rot)'id,
to any ail.lremior ten fenii. Aeoly Jo UKO.
P. KOWKL1. k Co.. NKWSPAPKrt AD
VERTISING llVHEAH.HiSrrueeit. (Print-
At House Souare . New York
There In Nolhlna KssrprlalsilC
In the fact that Itenson's Capcina Plasters
are widely lmittd: thiitchsao and worth
less planters, with names of similar sonnd,
and similar appearance In type, are freely
offered for sale. Articles ot treat and orlirl
nal merit always have to cotnita with
trashy Irritations. Hut as they become
known they die out throush deserved neg
lect. Meanwhile we warn the puhlic against
the so-called "Capsicum," "Capsicin,"
"Oapucin" and 'Cupsioine" r'asters,
whether "Benton's, " "llurton's," or other
wive. They have Do medicinal or curative
virtues whatever, and are made to fell on
the reputation of Benson's. When purchas
ing ask tor Benson's, deal with respectable
druggists only, and yon cannot be deceived.
The genuine has the "Three Seals" trade
mark on the cloth and the. word "Capclne"
t In the center.
I j irttuu
Tbe eyca are always In sympathy with
the body, and a.Tord an excellent Index
of IU condifon. V hen the eret become
weak, and the lhN inflamed aud lore, It la
an eriili nce that the ysti-iu baa become
disordered by Scrofula, for wUlcli Ayer'a
Sarnapurilla U the bit kuown remedy.
fVrofiiln, which produced a painful in
flammation in nir cyea, chukvU iuc much
uttering fur a nuiid'x'r of year. Uy tbe
dvlee of a pliyn. i ui I mninienced taking
Ayer'a Sarsaparll . A(Ur usiii' ihia
luidiciuc- u ahutt time I wita couiplotcly
)- ere are now In a tplcmlld comlltion,
and 1 am aa well and etron aa ever.
Jin. William Ua;i , Concord, . U.
For a iiiiinber o? years 1 was troubled
wiih a liuiiior Iu my 'eyea, mid was uuulile
to obiiiiri nnr ri li' f until I commenced
lining Ayer'a Sariiiarilia. Tliia medicine
linn eireele.l a eoin lele cure, aud 1 Itolleve
it to In- tho lie-l of blood purifiers. -C.
E. L'pton, Naclnia, X. 11.
From rhil'lh.xel, and iinlll williin a few
ni'inlli-, 1 have liwn alllictcd with Weak
and Sore Ke. I ba e used for tlieno
compluiiitfi, vitli b"iit fil ial rciulta, Ayer'a
:ir-aiarllln. anil oni'iiler it a great lilood
puriliir. Mm. C. rblllipa, Glover, Vt.
I suffered for a year with Inflamma
tion in my left eye. "Three ulcent formed
on the ball, depriving me of kl'lit, and
canning great pain. After trying many
other rcineilien, to no purpose, I wan finally
induced tu use Ayer'a Sunaparilla, aud,
three bottles of this medicine, have boen
entirely rtired. .Vy ilu baa I n re
stored, anil there U no aij;n of liillamnin
tlon. Hire, or ulei r in mv eye. Kendal
T. Unwell, .Kiij,'iir Iree Uidge,'cbio.
Mr daiiu'htcr, ten yeara old, nst nffiicted
with rierofulou 're Kyes. I luring the
hiit two yoai'K ahe never saw llglil. nr any
kind. I'liieian- of the highest Ktantlim;
exerted their skill, but with no permanent
ticcc. mi the recommendation of a
friend I purchased a bottle of Ayer'a Har
saparilla. whieli my l:iu'htei- eoiiiineneed
tnkin.'. Itefnro she had used the third
bottle her siuht was restored, and aheeiin
now look steadily al a brilliant lilit with
out pain. Her euro is complete. W. K.
Sutherland, KvauL-i list, tilitlby City, Ky.
Prepared l.y Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, MumJ
Gold by all Irunll. price tl; aix twtllea,4i.
Ult. 1). . JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
lEatabluhel In 1860.1
I tR. JOHNSON in acknowledged by all par--L'
ties Interested at by far the most suo
oewsful iihyician in thetreatmentof private
or secret diietuies. tjuick, fiermanent cures
guaranteed in every cafe, mala or female.
Recent caies of tionorrhea and Syphilis
eurod in a f t day without the me of mer
cury, chanire of diet or hindrance from
bunilieni". Secondary Syrhilis, thelartvea
tiao eradicated wlthnuttne uaa of mercury.
Inrolunsary Ions of emen stopped in short a
time. 6ufl'erers frmu impoteney or logs ot
sexual pewcr rester eto freo vigor In a few
weeks. Victims of e-.'ibuse and excessive
venery, fufferinx from spermatorrhea and
Ion of phynical and inentnl power, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the llicapes of Women, and
cure' guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the ute of c r.i-tic or the knife. All
oeiif ultatiuiiB strictly conridential. Modi
cines Font by express to all parts of the
surWorkinijinen cured at h!f the usual
rates. Office nours trom H o'clock a.m. to 9
o'clock p.m. 1'. S. JOHNSON. M.I).
Uazuol of all ti:c.i:cc,
yr. muniiiirTn, a. D.
" mciir.v miL-NOis
CLO lU and CiOJ .l
itst OT mrscrrii, Hon.
Kftvera, tJonaufttinn, linl'immnttons...
.r ir....n e..-.
IMarrlieaot t.hiMren or Adults
Ilyaeillery, lripiog, bilious Colic...
rholera Itlorbiia, Vonuting
t'oualm, Oolil, llrunchiliN
Veornlqin. TMitUche. tacoarhn
tlendncliea. Hick HcaiJache, Vertifto..
s.' :. ;.o "
iVhiles. too Profuwil'iirifHla IS4
troop, luuh Jlitllcult lin;athln
lrOIIP, """" f"ai"iam
Mnlt Ilhrum, Krinlttt lflH. hruiitiuii..
litirumailailt. iwiwinatic i uia.
Krvrr nl Aur. ( bill", Malaii..
I'llra, lllmit or lileedina .
-Btarrh, tottiienxa, Cold In the Head, .fttl
hooollia iiiah. Violent t ;oalis. .ftOl
lien. ral ltebllUy,PliyiuialVliaiaKa .Ul
r lltaeaiM. .vip
llUeanee if the Heart, Pal'ittioa-1.0Q
Mold lir llnitfcUt-, orei-nt pnHtpniit on receilitol
Mra. nlieiiut.wuuii i.vt;u..iofiiiui8u I.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
l ire, Wind, Wrtler nssrf I liclitelna
lir.iof Suitable for all kinds of buildinns.
For price" and estimates at factory rates,
oall on or addrsva
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD MF'QCO.,
Jt 440 Main St., and 21 . 23 Mulberry St.,
Ileadiiuarters fur Iron Fences and Cresting,
Ualymi ited Iron Oornice.Tin Kools A stoves.
CURTIS & CO.
817 nnd 81(i JTfT mill5
N. Second Sf,,f tf XZl&fiV
aujrtTTiCTrmgKS car 3Jps'
OM WO) BOILERS
10QGERS' & RAFTFRS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
WHITE VOli CATAIXHJl'K.
Anions the Northern Lakea
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful places where one cia pass
the summer months In quiet reat aid eajoy.
ment. and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rojuveuated. Each
recurring season brings to Oconomownc,
W aukesha. Beaver Pm, Frontenao, Oko
boii, Minnetonka, White Uear, and innu
marahle other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best peer's
whose winter hemes are on either side ol Ma
ton and Dixon't tine. Elegano and com
fort, at a medersvte cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ot summer homes, with all
necessary Inform Ion pertaining thereto, it
being dutrlboted by the Caicaoo, Mawstt
st tho Bt. Vivt RaawsT, end will be sent
free upon applieatUn by letter to A. V, 11.
Carpenter. General Passer ger Agerst, Mil-
" ' - - ...
u y mmm
ar iin i-ii .
NAPOLEON HILL, MimAKL tJAVrS, J. . HANDWKRKIR.
LOt-IS HASAl KH, THOMAS BOYLE. DAVID P. H ADDEN,
LAZARV8 LEVY. f. H. MILBlfN, JAVE3 A. OMBKRG,
ANDRKW RKSKERT. SOL CoLKMAN, EWD. OuLDHMITU,
JAUHa B. ROBLKbON. WM. &AIZKSBERQBR, HARDWIti PkUKS.
ar Deposits received la liml ot 91 and upward, and Interest allowed on tamt Semr
annually. mr We buy and tell local Investment Bondt and Securities generally, pay taief, ait as
trustees, and, la general, eiecuie toy financial business requiring a tat and responsible
mw e issue drafts, In sums to solt purchasers, on all parti of Europe,
aver We have a commodious Vault for tha deposit ol valuables, whioh is at tha serrloe
our oustomers. l're f t hsu-.
O. P. UADDO, Prealdent, EWD. U0LDSMITU, Tice-rresldeit.
JAM FN HATH AN. Csafctar.
D. Te POIITEB.
(Siccewori to PORTER, TAT LOB k CO
HO. XOO FROTTT STREET, i i MEMPTS. VTCW
lu O. MULLINS, of late J. R. Qodwln k Co. JAS. Y0NQE. lato oi J. W. CaldweU k Or
MTJLLINS & TONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission Merchant!
No. I Howard'a Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
or1 ttmxv ttouk:.
lltltllARD A. McCntDY, t i : x President.
AMTS, :::::: $109,000,000
Surrender- Tnlnea Indorsed on Pollelea. So ForreH nre. Clieapeat
in the World.
BH.BglK'B, 3VT.P.. I I I Xlac.AXXa.lxxer.
JNO. F. WILKERSON, Agent,
Xo. 3 Cotton Fxclnange Itnlldlng. Memplilw.
ID I OLIVER,
209 MAIN STREET, :
Oils & ISJvctl Stores
Ofllce, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Temu
KELLY, ROPER & BEiLLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
No. U'A Uf Hln HirwU flavoato jH-l tok.
LTTMBER YAKD I
BriMlBT Car Wdks s MaBnfacit Co
Ilriiikley, ArkM Maunfacliirers ol
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND UKALEKN IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds Dressed Flooring, Olllnir, Weutfaer-Boardliig
C'jpresus MliliiijIeH, I.utbH, Kto.
arOor ntellitiet tre anaurpassed bv any sawmill in the Soath for filling orders prnmrtlr.
Floorina, Coilitu, Biding, Step Lnmnerand Cypress Shinnies a tpooialty: also, Framioi
Lumber of all dimensions. We make the Wholesale Business a special feature. Orders
solicited and promptly filled.
GEO. KAYMIMiEK, AGENT,
No.'124 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tennessee.
C. C. HKIM.
J, T. FARGASON & CO.
Vholesalo Grocers & Cotton Factory
SC9 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton oonslgned to at will have onr careful attention. We oarry at all timet a wall
selected stock ot
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winas, LiquorsTobacco & Cigsrs.
And will li a l ow mu tl Lowest.
H. 0. PKARCB.
Cotton FactGi 3 & Commission r.1erch'ta:
No. 2T6 TROUT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
R.G. CRAIG & CO.,39Union st.,Hempliis
LI I. C
with a fall nort
t MEMPHIS, TENN.
R. A. PARKER.
E. L. WOODSON
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
H sttswO. '! Htrfs
a.i''V.C'' J JisVaai-tss"
ataaiu HOTEL, ALrM BPBISIWaj,
Heekbridra Co.. 'a. Hiah so in tha
Visf inia Mountains. Pirtareaaue sarroand
lnia,exteasiveaad beautitully shaded laws.
Uas, eleotrie bells, and all modern improv
ments. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
xprest offices on the premises. Table th
very best. Luiariously furnished rooms:
surer!) band of maaie. Bend for illastrata4
ampniel. Charges moderate, upen lor via
tors, Juna loth. . Water, : A'wm. l'Aaosaat
ind )roHiM. R. T. W I 1 H0N. Man'tr.
XII K MOIU.JEUY
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
a.-iM- ku. ik.Ai. H.;..Ji .w.i
UBVIII WWli IUUIVwKUIJ lUVII
omeljr furo8bd will b oMneq lor th r
oepuon ox Yiaivri on jane i, !. ror par
tieaUrsftpplytoGEOKUE W. VAGQ, Manv
er, MoniffumerT Spriaci Fostoffic. Mont
joinery county. Va.
Tmmadi&telv on the line of the areat Ches-
apeake and Ohio railroad. The most cele
brated ol all the mountain resorts, and on
of the oldest and most popular ol
AMERICAN WATERINtt PLACES.
Willoptn for tbe season June 1st. Elevation
above tide-wator, feet; surrounding
mountains. 3.MSI feet. Pamphlets describing
hvaieoic advantaaes can be had of the agent
of the C. it S. W R. K , or of
B. r. EAKLt, bupenntendent.
Fluent Bummer ltesort in America
Blluuctouka Iteai-h, Minn.
Offers accommodations nneqnaled by any ho
tel in the west. Rates, fi er day: Ii5 fier
month. Gircolars and ful iiarticulars seiU
romp. ly on application to aUUUilk UUUb,
r AUL, MIK!t.
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for the season of 1836, beginning
June 1st, reduced '& to to per cent, but
the highest ttandurd or exceuenos main
tained. Send for Illustrated descriptive pamphlet
and terms. .
V. X. htKE. Manager.
ltaleigh Springs Hotel.
NOW OPKN fur reception of guests. Tha
table will be supplied with the best.
The rooms are nicely furnished and care
fully attended to. Kates psr montn, jouj
.er week, Iff. M. 11. IiURRQW & CO.
(tELEBRATKD at a cure for Dy vtviia.
J thionio Diarrhea, Indigestion t.n all
Kidney Affections. Beautifully situs i'J on
the banks of a crystal mountain i : am.
Fine fl'hing. beautiful driver and romantic
aoenery. Climate unsurpassed Hotel and
cettagea remodeled. Jtzccllent garJon.
flontyot fresh milk and puie butter. Fifty
miles north ot Chattanooga. Only seven
hours run from Atlanta. No fogs, malaria
or mosauitoes. Board reasonable.
T. B. GORMAN. Proprietor,
Tornierly of Warm Springs Ilotel, N. C.
awSond for Descriptive Circular.
THESE Springs are situated on Hurricane
Creek, Franklin County, Tennessee, and
upon the western bench ot the Cumberland
THE VALUE OF THE WATER
In IyapfMl, Dlnrrlira, Djaentery.
Liver and ttulnry Trouble is founded
upon actual cures. It is against those dis
eases that the conquering influence of tha
water is directed with perhaps the bft suo
cess. It relieves with rloly and -lrllj
intlamniiition and ulcoranon of the
bowels, and removes all likelihood of their
la s, opfpalii, it oarries off tbe accu
mulated mass ot acidity.
la Mver anil Kinney Complaints the
water has a specific action. It eradicates all
malarial poison from tbe system, and is a
certain specific for all diseasot having their
origin in malaria. . .
tend for pamphlets containing analysis,
Four dally mails. Tolegraph or telephone
and express facilities periect.
MILLKR A BRO , Proprietors,
or DR. AMBROSE MORRIdoN.
Hurricane Springs. Tenn., via Tallahoma.
WILL be opened June 1st. This noted
watering-place is situated sii miles
trom Atna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman county,
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at JStna,
and will oonvey guestt to tpringt at a very
Board, 820 Prr Month t 91 Per Day.
dpsMitMl Haifa lo Faralllea.
Ve invite all who wish to spend the most
pleasant aeaion of their livet to come to
Beaverdam. especially teekert of pleasure
and health. Good water and pure air In
Liverymen, Centreville, Tenn.
E. A. PEA N, Prnn'r Centreville Hotel.
No. 28S5, R. D. Cha' oery Court of Shelby
County C. W. llarbert, administrator,
vs. L. S. Bond et al.
TN pursuanoe of the terms of a decree in
tha above stated oauee, I will) at tipecia.1
Commissioner, prooeed to sell, at pubiio
auotion, to the highest bidder, at tho south
west onrner of Main and Madison streets, in
Memphis, Tonn., on
Tnrsday, l.HU tiny of Jnly. 1HS6.
the lollowing described real estate, in Shelby
county, namely: Lota Nos. 4 tnd 22 ol the
llarbert subdivision, as made in the case of
John llarbert vs. R- A. Hicks et al, lately
pending in tho Second Chancery Court oi
Shelby County, to which referetvea is made.
Lot No. 4 of said subdivision, fronting 81
leet on south tide of Jackson street by ISO
loot to an alley.
Lot No. 22 of said subdivision, fronting 81
foeton north tide of Alston avenue by 150
loct deep to an alley. .... .
Said property will be sold on the lollowing
terms, namely: One-half of the purchase
money to be paid in cash and the balance on
a credit ol six months from the date ol mle.
the purchaser to execute notes with approved
personal security tor the deferred payments,
and a lion to be retained on the property sola
1 1 a further security, the notes to draw in
terest from date
I reserve the right of making one bid on
onch lot so'd.
bale to begin at 12 o clock noon.
C. W. UARBKRT,
N WEDKF.SISAY, JUNE 23, 1HS4S,
at tbe Court-House in the city ol Mem'
phis, at 11 o'clock, 1 will let for Shelby
oounty the building of TWO WROUUHT
IKON H10IIWAY BRIDGES across Wall
liver one near the city at tbe head of Sec
ond street 275 feet long, 18 leet roadway,
with '.'111 foet channel tpsn, 50 leet It w trust
approach span at the north end of bridge
an a 75 tret approach at the south end ot
brids The one ut Raleieh will be 7& feet
lonx, 1ft feet roadway, with pan across the
rive a', north end oi bridge loo leet long,
and one lio long across a pond at south end
of briiU'e, with 4ifl feet of viaduot interven
ing, 'tubular piers will be used.
All parties bidding on this work will be
re qui'ed to bid on their own plans and speci-6ratiot:s-
Th" bett plans for the best prioe
Will be adopted. A profile of tbe bridges
will be furnished any one wishing to make
plans and bids.
1 reserve lbs right to rejeot all bids ii
I will be at the Court-House Monday and
Tuesday before day of letting to confer with
contractors. I mention this because I ex
pect to be I'usy with other work until then.
K. M. COLE, Bridge Sup't,
Box 17, Qt-mantown, Tenn.
Mississippi & Tennessee U.B.C0.
Msmphih. TtNN., May 12, 18&S.
THE President and Directors of tne Mis
sissippi and Tennessee Railroad Com
pany, in accordance with section 16 of th
charter of said Company, hereby call a gen
eral meeting of the sto;kholders In this Com
pany, to be neld in the office of the Compa
ny, in Momphis, Tenn., n lsiHliy .
Ibe soils day of Junr, lHHe), fox the pur
pose of considering and acting oa the eon
tracts authorised by this Boari en the 11th
dayot May, Inert: As to a Union Passenger
Depot, as to Track on River Front in Mem
phis, at to Gravel and use of Terminal Fa
cilities of this Company.
By order oi the President and Board oi
8. H. LAMB, Secretary.
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