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ASSAULTED BY TOlGflS.
TWO OLD LAItirS OUTRAGED BY
Attempted Criminal Assault by
Preacber-The Molloy C
A Mnfular Salr-idr.
Kiw Yor.K, Jane 22 Misrei Harriet
and Mary Tompkins, aged eighty and
tigbty-five t-ara, rnaa alrone on
Iara near Whit Plains. Tbey are
niece of Dan el I) TompkiDi.who aa
Governor o' Nw York during the
ar of 1M2, anil alte rward Vice-tVeai-H..nt
of the United States, Friday
; morcinit Edwird Tot'in, Klward Ho
can and MuLae; Jhmotan, tongh
bojs of rxteen, committed an inde
cent af Futuit npon them. Nothing was
known of it till r-a'urtlay al'ernodD,
wten tbe oldladi'g were fbnnd a:tticg
in cba;e in a dix d cocdition. The
' young villains wrre arretted and will
; be beld for trial.
Plenty or Time ( hohsy P-
I Cincimuti, 0 , June 22 William
! J. fcanderaou, a Justice of the Feece,
I pleaded guilty io tLe Police Court to
day to a charge of assault and ba'tery
' preferred by a Mr. Gibbons, and wat
teuteuced to to montha in the work
honM and to pay a fine of 100. Hie
appeil for nif rev on the ground that
Jje was drunk wheh he committed the
cffccie was not auccest'fu).
rrr I el rerCotiipoiiBdlssB a Felony.
New York, June 22. Mrs. Jerunha
lobnion aud lit-r daughter Nellie,
were brought to tbe Jellers n Market
i'ollre Court to-day, by detf ctivea who
,ad arrested them on the strength of
diFPMch r c aived from Chief of Po
ice Et ereo'd, of Chicago, who tela
raphtd that the secured were wanted
-here to testify agitnt certain putlea
ho had robbed them of IfilXK), and
lien bad ret ur red a part of the pro--eeda
on condition that they shonlil
int be prosecuted. The prisoners
J Tba Molley lu,
8rRiN(iFiELP, Mo., June 22. Tbe
aoe of the Wats egaiott Mrs. Emma
Nfolloy, the noted evangelist and tern
trance reformer, termua'ed in tbe
Jircult Con it rere to-day, at leaat for
be present f rm, Juuge uemer sus
imng tbe motion previously tiled
tod argued to qnash both the Indict
Hints, on as accessory after the fact
o tbe murder of Sarah Graham, and
he o her aa aoorg'ory before tbe fact
o the bigamous marriage of George
3. Uraljam and Cora E. Lee. After
he decision Froeecntinu Attorney
ergon filed liiluiuiatioii with the
ourt that there la reasonable ground
or bel'eviog that conviction will lie
iau i! new indictments be found, aim
La court held the defendant in bonds
f f WO and $300 to answer such in
lictinenta s s may be found agairst
ter. Cora E. Lee, Indicted for murder
n tbe first di-gree, is still in jail at
ioiivar, having not as ye( come to
A Teogh Nearro Killed.
Niw Oblkanr, La., June 22. A
pedal frjm rjlireveporl sys: Last
riday a negro des. erado named
onglaa Cole was killed by John
kannell near Congo Lake bridge,
I.Bsier parieh. That morning the
egio made an atuck on bkannell
.-ith a knife, who defended himself
nth a stick until be reached his
ouse, when the negro left swearing
vograDcr. urer in me aay Han
oi procured a Warrant, and armed
nth gun and accompanied by N. B.
luiff started out to arrest Cole, who
'as met near tbe bridge. Cole made
i desperate attack on Muifl with a
nifa when be was shot and killed by
kannel. A coroner's Jury, consisting
f white and black citizsns, after hear-
ig eviuenue returned a verdict of jua
liable homicide. Co e bad made the
ast that he would kill bkannell be
. pre i unset
: I tempted trlralsml Assault by a
i Philadelphia, Pa., June 22. The
ev. Waldo Mesanros, a well known
reacher and paBtot ol the North
eatern Independeat Presbyterian
iiurcb of this city, w is armttd yea
rday lor an alleged at ttnpt to com
't a criminal ataault upon the wife
, I Charlee W. Ooulston, both of whom
;e members of the congrrgMion over
lilch Messatos has charge. At the
carina of tbe testimony for tbe proee
i Ion It went to show tlut the pastor
ailed at Cou'ston's dwelling ytsterday
orning, and after be:ng nshered into
a parlor siid the lady roughly and
tempted an a rjeious assault u;on
pr: that after an a'arm waa given the
tisband of Mr. C )ulnton and Dr.
utcber. the family physician, on one
da, and the Kov. Mesiaroa on the
;h-, engaged in a fierce hand to
lod atrugg'e, dining which one of
; ie pastor's thumbs was bitten so hard
i to nearly sever it. The minister do
area the whole affair is a trap laid to
' A Womaa'a S)ir Hutalte.
PtmanBO, Pa., June 22. A special
m Beaver Falls ti the CommfrHnl
(rf(fays: Mrs, Rachel Khodes, of
hippewa township, committed gui
de by hanging herself with a strap
an outhouse this morning. The
ceaaed was forty-four years of age.
letter found on her peison, ad
e.wed to her husband, stated Uiat
bad taken hvr life becaua of
imioal lntimac with a neighbor.
e lei ter fori her stated that the
I'Rhbnrfprced h rto the crime by
tatning lo divulge a crime com
itred by tier twenty years ago, tbe
catty of which is death.
Aa rly Crime In LoaUlaaa.
Naw OaiANs, La, June 22. A
tcial dipa'ch to the Picayune from
anklinaaye: "Manuel Oliver, col
ed, was killed on Saturday night by
Tiou-aant and his brother. One
the brothers bad induced Oiivur'g
fo to leave him Oliver went to tbe
nan to proua.le her to return, and
is shot dead. The brothers carried
3 body to tbe d jor of a house on an
joining lot and laid it face down
rd on te ground, with a pistol
dtr it. Suspicion fell upon them,
wever. and they were arrested, to
ther with 0 iver'a wife and a young
, who had witneiwed the crime."
e Saaday Law ( Krw OrlMtaa.
.'iw Obliakb, La., June 22. The
virnor yt-sterd y siguod the Sun-
law. It goes iuto eflect tbe 1st of
; naary peat.
BneaMl From ifcM lira.
Jw Yokk, June 2!!. The steamer
dm, which am vnd here yesteiday
m Kingston, Jamaica, took on board
N'ava4a threa officers, two enai
rs and sixteen men of theateamer
-no, wrecked June 6th at Jacmel.
ry Lynch, ihi'd otHcer of tbe
n'o, jfives tbe following i artiru
lot the lots of that vet-g' 1 : "Whi:e
vo-ee! was lyii'g a, an hor at Jaa
1. Ha"ti, on Jun 5th, a beavy
Vp'aig up 'roai the southeast
n'5 o'l-ionk pm, which caused
"hip t drag her anchor. A second ,
one was 'et s rnt t rr-red cf no
avail, and abe drove ashore. Tbe
steamer finance, from Kio Janeiro,
arrived here Jane 14tb with Col.
William P. Tisdell on board, who waa
tent by Pieaident Cleveland as Com
mitsioner to the Congo Pree State."
THE BKOTHEHH ALFRED AHB 1
Tbe Lallrr, liaaw aa IbC'MaaaialB
Boy," Caa Bal Furmer aad
Carry she filial.
IcoaiEgroxnixca or Th rrijL.I
Be:stoi.. It.sn. June 21. 8ince
the nomination o! a full judicial ticket
by tbe Republican Convention a great
deal cf tbe opposition to tbe Hon. J).
L. fenodgraa lias uiaappeared in tins
end of ttie Mate. 8ncdiiiasi ia deci
dedly preferable to Kaxlei. We want
no man on tbe benb who is
placed in that exalted portion in tbe
inters st of railroads and o'ber monop
olies. The Han. Alfied A. Taylcr is
'.lie weakest man the lupuo lean party
could have nominated for Governor in
this division of tbe State. He ii re
garded bereaia political cbamelion;
nnither party lave any rontidet.ee in
lilg pretended political convictions.
As an evidence of this fact, it wi'l be
ob erved thst his party bus never pro
moted turn to an oll.ee ol li otlt. II is
nomination was for tbe purpose of kill'
ing him off as a political (ac'or among
the Republican leaders of h ist I en
nes ee. and to gratify his vanity. It is
quit9 different with his brother, tbe
Hon. K L.Taylor. All parties bavethe
utmost confidence in him He boa al
ways been faithful and true to his party
my irieuus. nuuesi, upnii;'.!!, uiu-
quent io ut erance, able in diacuas'on,
1 i. : i it.. . : v . i
il nominated be would arou e such
entliusiaim all over the State aa to
enable the Democracy lo carry it by
.10.000 niainntv. He ia nnniie-tiona-
lily a much abler man on the stump
than bis biother, and bis magnetic
influence over an audience is at a'l
If our party will nominate th!a
"Mountain L'oy" he will carry the
State by an overwhelming majority.
The Republicans know this, hencBtbe
reason for the nomination of his
brother, which ws accomplished
with a view of killing off the strongest
man in cur pirty. Sullivan county,
the "Old Guard" of Democracy in
Eist Tenneese, a county that never
wavers in its allegiance to the party,
will tend an instructed delegation to
Nashville fer Bob Taylor.
A BASEBALL REPORT.
A FbllolagTlcal Worlety Finds Now
and Wondrous Bcaollrn la the
Kansas City Timm: I can conceive
of no more delightful study for the
philologist and metaphorist than a
kiodern acc tint of tbe grrat national
game of baseball. Never before have
I reilizrd the wondrous possibilities
of the English language.
"You will observe, my friends," I
betan, "that the points were occupied
by Whitrey and Hackett as our bat
tery, and that Grasshopper Jim filled
the pitcher's box. A battery consists
of a batterer and a battered, the bat
ter standing between."
"Why do tbey put the pitcher in t
boiT" inquired the young lady with a
"1 don't know." I answered, doubt
fully, "nnh ea it is a measure of econ
omy. Pitchers come high."
"1 know." sal! tbe young woman
with intellectual curvature of tbe
nose; "it is to keep tbe opposing
f 'layers from hurting him. I read in
be paper the other day when Rad
bourne stepped out of tbe box Capt.
Rowe hopped on to him with both
"Very likely," I replied; "but to
continue. Hornnng got a base on
balls and Sutton pasted a corker to
Bussed, who threw to second, doubling
"What is a base on balls?" asked a
fair girl in white lawn. "I thought
they always strapped the bates down,"
"What did Hornung do after be waa
doubled tin?" inquired the young
woman with tbe bang. "Did it hurt
him very much?"
' I presume not," said the girl with
tbe intellectual note. "I saw the
othr i1 ay that Donnelly let a ball go
through him, and yet be went right
on playing as coolly as if nothing had
"Dear me; it is all so strange," (aid
the representative of sentiment.
"Tlien," I went on, not heeding the
inlertuption, "Wise bit a la la to Mey
ers and went out at first."
"What's a la la?" cried the girls in
"Opinions differ." I replied. "When
Rowe made that home run on the
Kansas City grounds I heard 0. P.
Dickins jn say it was a la la, but E. E.
Wihon observed that it waa a 111.
When authorities cannot agree I don't
profess to be able to decide."
"KaiiBas City now came to the bat,"
I continued, "and found Stemmyer at
once. They got on'o him in great
Bhape and pounded him all over tbe
"How brutl!" exclaimed the g'rls.
"Why didn't be hide in tbe box?7,
"That doesn't seem to make any
difference," said the intellectual girl.
"Didn't you see how they knocked
Clarkson out of bin box the other day
in New YorkT Why, the pgpers say
tbey jut went for him and slugged
him right and left."
"Yes." stid the girl with the bang,
"my brother told me that when the
Ch'csgoa were iu Washington Mr.
Crane tried to pitch, and nia-le the
Ch'csgos mad, and every one of them
h t him, and thsy actually laid him
out co d in the tilth inning "
"True," aa;d the sentimental girl.
"George was telling me sometime ago
that the Kansas City biys were just
laying, as he called it, for Unffinton,
and were going to knock the lifa out
"It mint be a terrible thing to be a
pitcher," said the fair young thing In
whit?. "ppa told me be wasn't going
to any nio e bail matches, because he
was tired of steiogonr p tuber ham
mered.'' "If you will give me your attention,
ladie" I said a little severely, "e
w ill pn cH'd with the last half of the
first inning The boys were on their
mus'e, and w ielded the willow with
fineeflVrt. After two runs had been
scored Lillie w as called out on strikes
and kicked vigorously at tbe umpire."
"What i the ntopiie?" inquired the
"Oh, I know that," replied the fair
one in white; "he's the little man who
does a'l the talking and whom the
br.ys cnii 'i..h.' "
"I think it's very wrong to kick
him," i aid an amiable girl, eppaking
fort e tiM time "I have no doubt
he meant to do what's ri:ht."
"The Innirg closed with three rung
for Kans-i, Citv," I went on, "and af
ter tlmt the BoHtons had a picnic."
"0. wasn't that niw." r:el th
girls; "I hope they inv ted tbe um
TROUBLE H THE RAMS.
SECESSION FROM TUE AM ALGA
X iTED ASSOC! ITIOX.
Puddlert Dissatisfied With the ew
Scale Labor Disturbances at
PiTTsiifBo, Pa., June 22 It is
learned that notbingdefinitowas done
at the secret meeting of puddlem here
last Sunday evening to consider the
advisability of withdrawing from the
Amalgamated Association. The a ita
tion against the newly signed scale i
spreading, however, and the plans of
accession ate taking sbape. It is pro
pos?d eltlinr to revive the rsonsof Vul
can organization or Join the KnighU
of Labor, and in eitner caae Incorpor
ate the unskilled workmen and labor
ers of tbe mills in the as ociatioa.
The complaint of tbe wou'd-be se
cessionists against the Amalgamated
Association ia that the finishers bave
bten favored at their expense and
that of the unskilled, while, when a
strike occu'B, its success depends
mainly on ttie nrmneasof the pud
dlers and their helpers, for they say it
would be easy enough to Had men to
fill tbe rollers' places at $10 to f 18 a
day. lliey also siy that the Ama'ga
mated Asscciation is to blame in not
taking care of tbe laborers, wbo have
souietiimg been paid only 80 cents a
day, while rollers have earned aa many
dollars a week. Ihey t reals opposed
to rejduiission of tba nailers, as they
claim the puddlera will be tbe chief
ones to suffer by the association s bay'
ing undertaken ti carry through tbe
nailers' strike. Tne omifsion of lbs
2 ) per cent ext a for cutting steel
rails troin the Amalgamated Afsocia'
tion scale is a'si regarded aa a sacri'
flee of tbe puddlers' interests and as
a practical admission tnat tbe nailera
ssceesion was justmed.
Philadelphia I -on Men In Comal
Philadelphia. Pa., June 22. Rep
resentatives of five la-ga rolling mill
Arms of this city held a meeting yester
day afternoon to consider, demands
presented by their 1500 employes. At
its close tnose present (taieu mat tney
were not t prepared to make their
decision public. Tbe general feeling
among the employers has been adverse
to granting the advance asked on the
ground tha" business will not warrant
it. The deminds presented by the
men stipulates that the selling price of
2 cenus per pound ehall be established
as tbe minimum bails in the eliding
tcaie hy wnica the wages are deter
mined. Under tbe present arrange'
men tan advance fiotn the selling price
of 2 cents brings a proportionate ad
vance in tne wages oi tne men, wniie
any decline in tbe selling price de
creases the wages of the puddlers and
oiaer minus, ine esisoiigament oi z
cents as tbe minimum basis would
Increase, tbe wages of the puddlers
from $3 65 to about $4 per ton. The
men have requeued that an answer to
their demands be returned this week.
and in tbe event of a refusal to grant
the advance they ray they will strike
at once. The ni9n are members of the
Amalgamated Association of Iron and
Hteel Workers and tbe Knights of
Labor, and bave been promised the
support of both organizations.
A SJCrlkc Nettled.
Trot. N. Y.. June 22 The mould
ers' strike was settled last n'ght, and
work will be resumed as soon as prac
ticable in all the foundries. The men
accept the proposition of tho manu-
iacturrs to return at board prices,
pending an Investigation of the rates
of wages paid elsewhere. The manu
facturers agree to pay a like rate to
that being paid in other cities where
the same quality of work is done. Tbe
strike was begun four months ago,
and aitogetner 700 men were con
cerned in it.
Will Coatlnne the hlrlke Indefi
Detroit, Mich., Jnne 22. The
striking stone cutters net this morn
ing and decided to continue the strike
indefinitely. Tbe support of the
other building trades has been assured
and if necessary a strike will he in
augurated in every branch of the
building tride. While the men be
lieve the bosses will finally yield, tbey
are preparing fnr a hard struggle. A
meeting ot muster builder Is now in
session, the object bsiig to consider
the advisability of a veneiil shut
down. A general lock out would lay
off over 3000 men. The tionble was
caused by the refusal of Knapp A
A very tt pay th stnkera' nne ot 1150
and reinstate three discharged men.
Chicago, III.. June 22. The s'ate-
ment is published this afternoon that
tbe trouble between the Lake Shore
switchmen and tbe company was ami
cably adjusted at a conference held at
noon to-day. All danger of a strike is
Htreet Car Hlrlhe Ended.
Minneapolis, Minn., June 22. The
street car strike is over, the company
naving conceded all demands of tbe
men. All went to work this morning
Heavy Failure at Mew York.
New York. June 22 The suspen
sion of the firm of H. H. Swift & Co.,
impoiters of sugar, at No. 66 Pine
Btreet, this city, and at Pernambuco,
is one of the most Important business
failures that has taken place in a long
time. The liabilities are about 11.000.-
000, which is more ;than equaled by
me assets oi ttie mm. l line tar no
aaeignment has been made, and efforts
are in progress to efftct a settlement
with the creditors and resume busi
ness at an early day. In tne mean
time tbe suspension is causing excite
ment in ttie sugar trade of the city,
and the fear is expressed that other
embarrassments may f jllow here or
e'sewhere. Much sympathy was ex
pressed on the ttteetfl today for mem
bers of the suspended firm. One of
the firm said today; "We have been
for over forty yearj in the business,
and our firm ia the last one of the old
clag of merchants who began to de
velop the capabilities of the gugsr
importing business. 8o far our credi
tors have been unanimous in their
sympathy aud good wishes. If we
can tide over the next sixty days we
w ill, I think, be afe. The market has
been depressed bv the inn it refining
strikes, and trade driven away. Now
that they have resumed work tbe de
mand will be increaned."
In the Dear Old Itaya.
We difler in creed and politics, bnt
we are a unit all the hi me on the de-
airablenees ot a fine head of hair. If
ymi mourn the Ioks of this blessing
ami ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as yon did in the dear old days.
1 . : . l . : . . - .
ii ib uMii iryinfr- ic.e oniy standard
50 cent article lor tbe hair.
ftuWrltie for the "Appeal."
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1886.
The tyct are always in n mathy with
tbe body, and afford an ex el lent Index
of ita condition. When tb- eyes become
weak, and tbe lid Inflamed nd tore, It Ig
an evidence that the system baa become
disorder 1 by Scrofula, for which Ayer'g
SarsapurlHa ia the best known remedy.
Scrofula, which produced a paluful In
flammation in uiy ryes, cau-ed me. much
uir. ruii; for a nuinln r of j . an. Ily the
adNicc of a phynciaii 1 emmm need taking
Ayer'n Sarsaparilliu After usinff tills
uiidkiiie a horl time I was cumplvu-ly
My rvei are now In a slpnlM condition,
mil i am ns well ami utrniii: a ever.
Mi's. William Uaj;e, Concord, N. 11.
For a nunilier of years I was troubled
with a humor in my 'eyek. an I wan unuhle
ti ohtaiu any relief until i eiimmeneed
u-itiir Aver' Saimpitrilla. 'lhia medicine
has ellVcted a complete cure. Hid I helicva.
it to he the het of blood purifier.
C. K. I'ptoii, Nashua, '. 11.
From childhood, and until Ithln a few
month-. I have been afflicted with Weak
and rnre Kyvs. I have unl for these
complaints with beneficial r mils Ayer'g
SunaparillH. and con-hlcr it a great blood
purifier. Mrs. C. Phillips, Mover, Vt.
I sufTered for a year with Inflamma
tion In my left eye. 'Three u!ccr formed
on the ball, depriving me of si-ht, aud
cauiii(t great pain. After trying many
other remedies, to no purpose, I was finally
Induced to use Ayer'i .Sarsaparillu, aud,
three bottles of this medicine, have been
entirely cured. My sight has been re
stored, and there In' no sign cf intlammv
Hon, sore, or ulcer in my ee. Keudal
T. llowen, Sugar Tree llidgeoblo.
My daughter, ten years old, was afflicted
with Scrofulous Sore Kyes. During the
last two years she never" saw light of any
kind. Physician of the highest standing
exerted their skill, but with ie. permanent
auccesi. on the recommendation of a
friend 1 purchased a bottle of Aver'g Sar
aaiiarilla, which my daughter commenced
taking. Before she had used the third
bottle her sight was restored, und she can
now look steadily at a brilliant light with
out pain. Jler cure is complete. W. E.
Sutherland, EvangelUt, Shelby City, Ky.
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return mull. t -. PAPKM. (hi.
ehesier I h-ntl-al I n,,
.HI.t NisdlMsas aaare, Phtlada.,
A TKAIIK supplied by U EO. C. UOODWIS
) sialeral Ageata, Bawlaa, Maaa,
AND TRUST COMPANY. .
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IfAPOLEOS BILL, MICHAEL GAVIN, J. 9. HANDWKRKIR
LOUIS HANAUER, TUOMAS BOYLE, DAVID P. HADDKN,
LAZARl'S LEVY. T. 11. MILBl'KN, JAMKd A. OMBEKU.
ANDREW RE.N'KERT. SOL COLEMAN, EWD. GOLDSMITH.
JAMES B. KOBIKSON. WM. KAIZEM3KRGXR, HARDWIU PERES.
arDeposlU received la lami of 91 and apward, and Interest allowed on game Semi
aa We buy and tell local Investment Bondi and Securities generally, ray taxes, act at
trustees, and, in general, execute any financial business requiring a sale and responsible
mw We lssno drafts, In sums to suit purchasers, on all parts of Europe.
ar We have a commodious Vault for the deposit ef valuables, which ig at the serrloe e
our customers. Free of ( barge.
D. P. IIAJJDEN, President. EWI. GOLDSMITH, Tlce-Prealdent.
JAMES IfATHAN. Cashier.
8iccessori to FORTES, TaYLOB k CO
HO. SOO FRONT STREET, i i MEM PUT V. tkhj
L. D. MULLINS, ef laU J. K. Godwin k Co.
MULLINS & TONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Cnion. Memphis.
OX W39TJ7" YORK.
lltlCnARD A. McCTKDY, i i i i : President.
ASSETS, :::::: $109,000,000
Surrender Value Indoreed on PoIIcIm. Ho Forreltore. Vbeapeat
las the World.
bwXjX23C. HriBKIUB, 3VI.X.. i i i Xlsnxxxlxxasz-.
TNO. F. WILKERSON, Agent,
IV o. 2 Cotton Exchange Rnlldlnar. Hfemnhla.
Still In the nanrket,
209 MAIN STREET,
dto Hr45tT7"4Etl Stores
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
ILLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
ta IHialn Street. Oatomo Rloek.
litTKIBEK YARD !
BrMler Car Wors Mannfact t Co
i Ilrlnkley, Ark Maiiafaotnrers ef '
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND DEALERS IH
Doors, Sah, BUnde, Dressed Flooring;, tailing, Weather-Boarding
Cyprem Shingled, Latha, tc
sssrOnr faoilltles are aniarpassed br any sawmill In the Booth for (IMng orders promptly,
flooring, Cellini, Siding, Step Lumber and Cypress Bbinglee a specialty : also, Framln I
Lnmber of ail dimensions. We make tbe Wholesale Business a ipeolal feature. Orders
GEO. KAYJlIliaLEIt, AGENT,
No. '134 Jefferson Street Memphis. Tennessee.
J. T. FAROASON.
C. C. HKIK.
J, T. FARGASON & GO,
Vholcsale' Grocers & Cotton Factors
369 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton consigned to oi will have oar earefal attention. We carry at all timet a well
selected stock ol
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Winss, Llquorsjobacco & Cigar
Asm! will I.w? si a tho I.wa.
M. C. PKARCI.
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'b,
No. 37 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
R. 6. CRAIG & CO., 39
U. W. MACKAE.
JAS. TONQB, late oi J. W. Caldwell k 0
K 1. C
with s fall amort.
i : MEMPHIS, TENN.
R. A. PARKER.
K. L. W00D8C
JOHN L. MeCLELLAN.
Ms ;!. ITsslea 8tre
0BA!IR MOTEl, ALf ei ftPBIM,K,
Rockbridge Co., Vs. High ep in the
V iscinia moonuins. Pictnresque surroaad
inas.extensiTeaiid beaatitully sbaaed lawn,
flaa, electrie bells, and all modern iinproTe
ments. Two daily mails, post, telegrai.nand
eipreu ofttces on tbe premises. lab.e che
tery best. Laxarioasly furnished rooms;
arerbbandof maaio. Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for Tis
itors, June lath. Wrttrt: Alum. Ckalybtat
and fw.hf, R.T. vVlLKfj'sftv.M.y
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Sf salaTomvrr C'enssty. Vat.,
Having been thorouithly repaired and hand
somely furnished, will be opened for the re
eeption of visitors on June 1, 1mD. For par
ticnlars apply to OEwKcJli W. FAQO, Mana
ger, Montgomery Springs Postoffice, Mont
aomery county. V a.
Immediately on the line of the great Chea
aieake and Ohio railroad. Tbe most cele
brated ol all the mountain resorts, and one
of the oldest and most popular ol
AMERICAN WATERINH PLACES,
Will open for the season June 1st. Elevation
above tide-water, 2000 feet; surrounding
mountains, i0 feet. Pamphlets describing
hygienic advantages can be had of the agent
of the C. V S. W R. R , or of
B. F. EAKLE. Muperlntendent.
Finest Hammer Resort In America
Mluneionka Heach, Sllnn.
Offers accommodations nneqnaled byanyhc
tel in the west. Rates, H per day: 175 per
month. Circulars and full particulars sent
promptly on application to El'UENE MEiik,
Manager. St. Pacl, Mi.
Old Point Comfort, Yirginia.
TERMS for the season of '.K6, beginning
June 1st, reduced io to SO per cent., but
the highest standard of excellenoe main
tained. Send for illustrated descriptive pamphlet
F. N. PIKE, Manager.
ltaleigh Springs Hotel.
NOW OPEN for reoepvit.n of guests. The
table will be supplied with the best.
The room) are nicely furnished and care
fully attended to. Rates per month. 130
per week, 17. M. H . BCRKUW A CO.
1ELEBRATED as a cure for Dyspepsia.
- Chronio Diarrhea, Indigestion and all
Kidney Affections. Beautifully situated on
tbe banks of a crystal mountain stream.
Fine fishing, beautiful drives and romantie
soenery. Climate unsurpassed Hotel and
cottages remodeled. excellent garden.
Plenty ol fresh milk and pus butter. Fifty
miles north ol Chattanooga. Only seven
hours run from Atlanta. Ko loss, malaria
or mosquitoes. Board reasonable.
T. B. GORMAN, Proprietor,
Formerly of Warm Springs Hotel, N. C.
asaySend for Descriptive Circular.
4 aT sf- r
THESE Sprints are aituated on Hurricane
Creek, Franklin County, Tennessee, and
upon the western bench ot the Cumberland
THE VALUE OF THE WATER
In IsyaprpNls), Diarrheal, Dysentery,
Liver and Kitlory Troublra is founded
upon actual cures. It is against these dis
eases that the conquering influence of the
water is directed with pernaps the best suc
cess. It relieves with ('ertitlssly and Ce
lerity inflammation and ulceration of the
bowels, and removes all likelihood of their
Iu Dyspepsia, it carries off the accu
mulated mass ot acidity.
lis Liver and Hlaissey Complaints the
water has a specific action. It eradicates all
malarial poison from the system, and is a
certain specific for all diseases having their
origin in malaria.
bend for pamphlet! containing analysis,
Four daily mails. Telegraph or telephone
and express facilities perieot.
MILLER ABKO.i Proprietors,
or DR. AMBROSE MOKRLSON,
Hurricane Springs. Tenn.. via Tullahoma'
WILL be opened Jane 1st. This noted
watering-place is situated six miles
from Aitna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman county,
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at jEtna,
and will eonvey guests to springs at a very
Board, 920 Per Moastb i SI Per Day.
ttpeelal Bates ! ramllles.
We invite all who wish to spend the most
pleasant reason of their lives to eome te
Beaverdam, especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Good water and pure air ia
K. A. DEAN, Prop'rOntrevllle Hotel.
No. 2&V, R. D. Cha- oery Court of Shelby
County C. W. Harbert, administrator,
vs. L. S. Bond et ai.
IN pursuanoe of the terms of a decree In
the above stated cause, I will, as Special
Commissioner, proceed to sell, at public
auction, to tbe highest bidder, at the south
west corner of Main and Madison streets, in
Memphis, Tenn., on
Tuesday, 13th day of July, 1886.
the following described real estate, in Shelby
county, namely: Lots Nos. 4 and 22 of the
Harbert subdivision, as mado is the case ol
John Harbert vs. R- A. Hicks et al, lately
pending in the Second Chancery Court of
Shelby County, to which reference is made.
Lot No- 4 of said subdivision, fronting 81
ieet on smth. side of Jackson street by MA
leet to an alley
Lot No. 22 of said subdivision, fronting 81
leet on north side of Alston avenue by 1M
feet deep to an alley.
Said property will be sold on the following
terms, namely: One-half of the purchase
money to be paid In cash and the balanoe on
a credit ol six months from the date oi sale,
the purchaser to execute notes with approved
personal security for tbe deferred payments,
and a lien to be retained on the property sola
s a further security, the notes to draw in
terest from date.
I reserve the right'of making one bid en
each lot so'd.
bale to begin at 12 o'clock n oon .
0. W. HARBERT,
AN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 83, 1880,
at the Court-douse in the city of Mem
phis, at 11 o'clock, I will let for Shelby
oounty th- building of TWO WROUUHT
IHON H10HWAY BRIDGES across Wolf
river one near the city at the head of Sec
ond street 27S feet long, 18 feet roadway,
with 100 feet channel span, oO leet lew trusg
approach span at the north end of bridg-e
an I a 75 feet approach at the south end oi
bridge- The one at Raleigh will be 739 feet
loaa, 18 feet roadway, with span across tbe
rive- at north end ol bridge lti6 feet long,
and one long across a pond at south end
of bridge, with 4l7 feet of viaduct interven
ing. Tubular piers will be used.
All parties bidding on this work will be
required to bid on their own plans and speci
fications. The best plans for the best price
will be adopted. A profile of tbe bridges
will be furnished any one wishing to make
plaas and bids.
1 reserve the right to reject all bids if
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 usy with other work until then.
E. M. COLE, Bridge Sup't,
Box 17, Qviantown, Tenn.
Mississippi & Tennessee R.B.C0.
Mwk holders' Meellnsr.
Misrml, Im , May 12, 1886.
rpHE President and Directors of the Mia
A sissippi and Tennessee Railroad Com
pany, in accordance with section 15 of the
charter of said Company, hereby call a gen
eral meeting of the stockholders in this Com
pany, to be neld in th. office of the Compa
ny, in Memphis, Tenn., "n Wednesday,
the SOtli dy r Jane, IfcWS. for the pur
pose of considering and acting on the con
tracts authorized by this Board on the 11th
day oi May, lx6: As to a Lnion Passenger
Depot, as to Track on River Front in .Mem
pms, as to () ravel and use of Terminal Fa
cilities of this Company.
By order of the President and Board oi
6. H. LAMB, Sesratary.