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F1LIBUSTER1MJ BT HIE REPUiJ
UCANS IX THE HOUSE.
Ike Entire Uaj Taken Up With
lioll Calli-lotereiitlnx De
bate In tbe Senate.
Wakhikoton, Jnne 21 Zuu In
the House today Mr. AlorriBon
calnl up the repoitcf the (ommittea
on Rulta, attending ti e rule of the
linns, upon which the dubate oc
Mr. IUmmI Me iaie-d the qiu ot'on
of coi gideralioD, and Mr. Hicock
N. Y expressed hie doaire t9 go on
H th the sundry ciril bill.
Randal remarked that he
coulj take care of that rnerure.
On a et tnding vote the House re
futed 80 to 91 to consldt-r the re
port, ind the resolt was received with
applause from the Republican aide,
but on a vra and nay vote 'he House
de erniined yeas, VSS; nays. 115 to
contiiior the report, Mr. Keed ohang
im is voto at tbe last moment to
enable him to move to consider.
Having mude that motion he yielded
to Mr. HiBcock to adjourn, and this
motion he supplemented with another
tl.at whan the llonre adjourn today It
be to meet on Friday next.
Mr. Jturiowa Mich. ironically
fcUKKi-sU'il t!:al Friday was too early a
day, and itigg'ted to s.ibeti'u'e flat
urdsy. Thus havine laid a foundation for a
day of iilil u trtiKt the lUtpuhlicaui
refrained irom vutioti, and luft tbe
House withoutaqiK ruin.
Mr. Morrison moved a call of the
Mr. Ittted siiiruyated that the House
uimlit co:.biilnr tnu sundry civil hill.
"I will take care of the sundry civil
bill," remarked Mr. Morricon.
"You, too," pxc'ulmed Mr. Reed in
aflected surprise, "1 am afraid tbe
sundry civil bill is being 'ikon too
much care of."
A call of the House was ordered
and the do ira of the chamber were
Then roll call followed roll call
with monotonous regularity, while
members loun(fld in their seats read
ing and writing, or retired to the
cloakrooms for a smoke and a talk.
Both sides were determined in their
-course. But little attention was paid
to the proceodirg!, whii'li worn unat
tended by any occurrences to break
their tin I nl erecting character.
The House remained, as one mnm
bor i haracteriz'.d it, in a state of "in
nocuous deBHi'tadc," until a quarter
psBt four, when further proceedings
under the rail were dispensed with,
and the qumtlou recurred "Ota Mr.
Burrows's motion lo adjourn until
Hat in day.
This was voted down yess 2,nays 14.
No quorum, and another roll call
consumed the time to 6 o'o'ock, when
the House adj 'tuned.
It is nndua.ood that the proposed
change of rains will not be called up
for consideration tomorrow, but thai
the sundry civil appropriation bill will
be accorded the right of way.
In the Nnnato Senator Frye, from
the Committee on Commerce, report
ed favorably a bill to amend the laws
relating to the Inspect ion nf (team ves
els. The bill provides for the pay-
utanf nnf nf thi Traaanrv nf trm ai.
penst s o( Btenmboat inspectors.
itenat r Frye said the bill was in an
swer to recommendation of the Presi
dent. The vessel owners of the coun
try, ftinator Frye added, were undur
obligations to tbe President for his ap
proval of the shipping bill, and for his
recommendation for supplementary
legislat'on to provide fur expanses of
the steamboat Insi oe'orn. Congress
otiRi t at once to provide tht legists
The bill wits pats id without debate.
The Hawlvy motion was then taken
up to consider the voto by which the
Senate panned the bill prohibiting
members of Congrors from acting as
attorneys of land grant railroads.
Senator Bock resumed the floor ind
continued his remarks against recon
sideration. He denied he had Intended
to injure anybody by the introduction
of the bill. It the Senate should agree
to the motion to reconeiderthat would
be the la't of the bill. Kenntcr Buck
read Senator Mitchell's ainerdment
proposing to forbid members of Con
grew frum doing law business for men
w ho were managers of banks or im
Dorters of foruiirn ucods or who manu-
factuied butter, cleom irgnrlne, tobao
to or whisky. "II l list is not taking a
lick at creation," exclaimed Senator
Buck. He deprecited that sort of
amendment. tml added that he had
often hoird the fable of the advice
given to all foxue by the fox whose
tail bad been tut oQ. The advice was
that tin y should all have their tails
cut off because Inn had linen cut olT.
Ho tbmifilit I he fubio illustrated the
ens j of this amendment. It would lis
as reHBonat'lo to sy ti.at ecauae a
man ' pun shed for criminally kill
ing another man. therefore he should
be punched for killing a mouse, or
for taking life cf any kind, Stua'or
Beck did not know whether Senator
Mitchell was the attorney of the
Northern Pacific railroad or not. Sen
ator BtM'k had been informed that he
was. He believed that Senator
Mitchell had a right to bo such. Kail
road companies sought the best law
yers, and had a light to them.
Senator Mit.liell warmly replied
that he wes the attorney ol no rail
road, lid deeirvd the Senator frnui
Ken'ucky (Stna'or Beck) to under
stand that lie (Senator Mitchell) bad
never, whilo iu the Senate, been em
ployed by auy railroad loaiptny to
argue any case in court or out. He
was not now. and had not been for
over a year, the at'ornev of any cor
;;ririou whatever, lie was repre
senting no corporat on heie. If a hill
were to be parsed on the idea tint
every momber of C. ngresB who wai a
lawyer was dishoueat, with the view
of making h'm hones:, tin n the bill
should be made to include the matter
jndira'cd iu Ssnalor Mitchell's sug
geH it a neniiuienr.
Senator MitcLell asked Senator
Beck when anybody had told him
that he (Smator Mitched) had been,
attorney for tbe Northern Pacific Kail
Senator Beck said he bad been so
tald. The time did not matter. Ha
was glad to hear the Senntor confess
that he had resigned as attorney when
he was elected to the Senate.
Senator Mitchell said he was not in
the confeisional ; but he had resigned
eight montln before bis election. He
(Senator Mitchell) rerrembered a time
alien it had been said in the nowtipa
perd that certain members of Congretei
we e vjty ialous in regard to certn'u
rMnHtor Btck Oh, well, that was
just timplyalie; that's all there ia
bou' tliat. iLjwiL'htT.
u nnl . Vliti.tinll liiiil tin ftnnttl nf
S.-nator Evarts noticed that no dis
ability had ben applied by Senator
Beck to any other profession than the
law. He characterized as "unilateral"
lasryt rs the lawyers who would be dis
rrimina'ed against. They could only
talk a cae from tbe side opposed to
Senator Heck said he was himself a
lawyer and would not place an indig
nity on the pro'tssion of the law when
el'Ctnd to Congress.
VV hen e'ected toCorgrei", however,
he found that his public duties re
quired all Lis time, not being pos-
ssrd of t e tranecendant abilities
that the Seta'or from New York per
bans porwxed. The c intry beiived
tr at the f "0:3 a yer received by Sen
ators blJ Representative in Ccngren
entitled th people to their whole
servios, and if Sar ators and Repre
sentatives could not live on that com
pensation tl ey had no right to supple
ment it by taking fe a from corpora
t ons whose interests were adverse to
the whole people. Senator Beck did
not know wiia' an "nnliteral" lawyer
wa. He sr.ppoeed that it was a one
sided lawyer; not "quadlateral"
lawyer, such rs the Senator from New
Yerk supposed hinis:lf to be.
Senator S'lerman, taking the floor,
raid the uniTerril rale of the Senate
wrs to grant a reconsideration, almost
as a matter of couise, whenever asked
for. Even when the Senate we 1
moet nnitanain't a bill, the vote for
its reconeideration had oftin been
unanimous. This bill met his hearty
approval. Tao critU isms made against
it were rather too fine.
The motion to reconsider having
been brought to a vo'e, wi agreed to
yeas 31; nays 21. The oniy Reuub
lican voting in the negative was Soiia
tor VanWyck. ThcDomocra voting
In the aflirmativo were S'nto.j Ca'l,
tiray, Paynn, Pugh and Pr.nBom.
Srimtor llawiey then moved tj refer
the bill to the Judiciary Committee.
Senator Vance called for tbe reading
of the bill, bywsvof a final "frrewe"
to it. Langhter.
The bill having been read. Senator
Edmunds assured Senator Vance he
should have the pit ami re of eceing the
bill back in the Sanatu within eight
Senator Maxey (wlto vuce) With an
The bill was then referred to the
Judiciary Committee by a vote of 30
A number of veto mi "tagi i r Jeiv( d
from ti o Pr lident were read aid bru
on tbe table, Senator L"gan remark
ing as to one of thorn tnat l.e had
n.ver before known such a coneti ac
tion as that a soldier on furlough was
not in tbe line of du y.
Senator Blair rsid tbo Vt -rfdent
teemed to find it a congenial duty to
exprets himself in the nio,t extreor
d'uary te .na reenecling tbe two hous )
of Congress. That, however, wr a
matter of olllclal propriety as to which
every mm must judge for himself.
Senator Blair defundea Cnngrrsi Irom
the criticisms mode by the President.
He sta'ed that sume of the President's
statements wero entire iiiifnpprehen-
stons oi tne lar't. seoHtor Miatr gave
lDBtances to support I Is own arsertion.
He charged that the Peimion Otlice, rs
orKimizj.l, was organised to teiect
o'alma wherever that could be done.
It had cine to be a court of chruceiy.
Some of the statements made about
llio action of Congress regarding pen
sions were "petty, trilling and con
The bill to npeal tbe pre-emption
nd timber culture laws was then
placed before the Senato and was d -bated
In the course of some remarks on
the bill Senator Plumb rxid that if
there was not some change in the
method pi management of the Uen
eral Land Ulllce the litigation tint
would ensue would outlast the life
time of every man who heard h'm
and won Id exhaust the entire value oi
the land.- The malicious, inter J-d
and caret investigation of Bp 1-1
agents invented with absolute power
would ruin thousands and tens of
thousands of persons who h'd never
had a thought ( f wronging tbe gov
ernment. It waa ngreed that at 3 o'ch i)l to
morrow a vote should be tiken on the
A resolution offered by Senator Frye
wps agreed to, Inquiiing of the Secr
tury of War wbetner permission bad
been given, and by whom, to the Ken
tucky and Indiana Bildge Company,
or to any other person or corporation
in Louisville, to make use of any por
tion "f the lands of the Louisville and
After an executive ression the Senate
A NElfllDE I I DENT,
A She itood and watched the troubled deep,
nun im aiir(rrnn tidet
And w lu anirr billowi iwoop
O'er bankt of aund, till, te)1 bjr leap,
8 he found them at heraido.
Ani. an ahe aaied with nolomn dread,
Had thuUKhia ouuie tliruunh her brain I
Ilnw mnny in that ocoan'a bed,
Tbat once were y. lie tlff and dead,
. Who miled that utormy main.
flow ninny, houioward bound to iroet
The friendu they dearly lore,
Have found a grave where Halt wavel beat,
Their only hope that they would meet
Thoie liiendi again above.
'1'wnn thuiahe niued, uniil the tldo,
With iu lnant roar,
Had hemmed her in irom aide to aide.
And aa alie rauld lint there abide
She had to wado aabore. with the bloom
ln dg under her arm, and (he aweara she'll
never monkey wlth'the Atlantio Oi'ean any
more, Trim Sifiingt.
ftharp ! Albwnrl (be forehead,
And in the uiuacleaof thonerk and ahoulder,
naually ruoat violent after nightfall, are
among the cheerful manifeitatinne of neu
ralgia. It li an arTnotion of the nerve inton
litled by void. Meiione, bringing with it a
miration of pain, ia induced by Boatetter'a
rlUimarh lliltera, whioh ia a Dne nerve tonic
and tranquilliser. It ia alao a reliable nieana
of oherkmg rhrumatiam aed gout. Tneae
maladies have always more or leaa to do with
the -ki 'ney tbat, when inactive, fail to
throw off the impurities whioh engender
them. The Hitters oan be relied upon to re
new a healthy and purifying aotlon of tbe
renal organs, besides this, it gives tone to
the stomach, liver and bowels, and enriches
the circulation. Appetite and sleep both
profit by it, and It Is a well accredited means
of fortifying the system against malaria- It
hastens the recovery of strength by conva
lescents, mitigates the Infirmities of age,
and helps the constitutionally feeble.
Tbo Fhotoarnphrr' t'oiavrnltoa.
St. Loris, Mo , June 23 The Fho
togrnpbera' Convention held its second
session today and the Committee on
Nomination lepirted as f dlows:
H. McMitliaai for president, F. W.
Currin for eecretary, J. M. Carlisle
For Membirsof the Kxocntive Com
mittee -.latuts Liuidy, W. H. Potter.
Several papers on subjects of interest
to photographers were read, and it waa
announced that the German National
Convention of Photographers would
be held at Brunswick, ttermany, and
tbat tli Ameiican association wonld
send there a repretentative American
display of photographs to be selected
from those now on exhibition at this
After the appointment of the neces
sary commitiefs, other than those
named yes.erday, the convention ad
journed until tomorrow.
You'l l, find her smiling night and day,
Although at times she is not gay.
And should you wonder why you meet
This constant smile, regard l.er teeth,
Khe only laughs thne gems to show,
Which SUXOUONT makes white as
THE ST. LOLIS WORKUOLSE
SLWSATIOXiL ACCOl'ST OF
A UlngueUng State or Affairs Pre
vaillna; Some of the Tforot
St. Locis, Mo., June 23. An after
noon paper today publishes a lorg
ssLsational article wnitb claims to b
a faithful report of the Inward man
agement of the St. Louis workhouse.
Ttie g'st of the publication is as fol
lows: .Nominally u j isooer is allowed
50 cents a day, but by arbitrary and
mean deductions this is reduced to ?9
or 40 cent. For instance, no pay is
given for Sunday, and one-half of
Saturday's pay la deducted to sustain
tbe expenee of tbe allegtd superior
food, which is furnished the priconeis
on that day. Once a week all of tbe
white prisoners, numbering about 2C3,
are required to bathe in one tank, six
by five fee', from which the water ii
never d ained until the whole number
have washed themselves in it Not a
few of them are afflicted with disgust
ing diseases, while others are
COVKUKD WITH UU'KES AND BUNNING
which are by the bath ea-ily commu
nicated to the unalllicted. The fifty
negroes are required to batbe in the
Saiue manner, though in a fr. sh sup
ply of water, and the whole 200 are
furnished witti but four towels. The
cells in which the prieoneis are con
fined when not at work are 12x15
feet in size, ioto each of wh'ch aie
crowded eight men. In a ccse of sick
ness the patient ia placed in a cell of
infeiior Bccoromoilu'ion, in which art)
a' o confined the iurtne i atibn' r'ld
those of the new comers f ar whcni
room cannot he found or made n
other cells. Tbe food at tbe work
house is inferior iu quality and insuf
fiuient in amount, the brea) beiug too
hard to eat and the coffee too weak to
taste. The water given to the men to
drink while at their work is dipped
from the cattle trough, and tbe nton
workers in the quarries drink Irom
the same bucket as the mules and
ONI Or THI WORST KKATl'RiS
of the management is tbe laxity of
diecip tne and the indifleteure of the
warden and guards as to what the
prisoners say and do while unem
ployed. At the uoou hour, for in
stance, inetead of the men being re
turned to their cells, they are hustled
promk:ously ioto thecorridots, where
they remain until called to their work.
Here, huddled together, they ent hut
portion of their dinner which they
have been unable to consume while at
the table, throw the refuse at each
other, play cards and craps, smoke,
swirand fight, and indulge in the
most disgusting language, all unre
stricted by any guard.
In regard to the punishment of of
fende.s against the workhouse ralrs,
the mas'er says the prisoner may be
either confined in tbe bull pen, or
dark cftll, or is "strung up." The lat
ter punishment cons'sts in hanging
the offender up by the wrists and
keeping him in that position until
obedience to the rules is promised. .
Bill LAND SUIT.
Vttj or Fannklort, Kjr.,
waived In l.itlarntlon.
. Naw YoitK, June 23. A dispa'ch
to the IUrald from Richmond, Vs..
Bays: "Parties living in this State and
South Carolina have instituted legul
proceedings by which they may ie
cover a lorgo quantity of property in
Kentucky, on which a portion of the
city of Frankfoit is built. It opDrars
that Lieutenant Colonel Chas. Flem
ing, a ltevolutlonary Boldier of distinc
tion and valor, was granted for bis
services a tract oi (X) 0 acres of lmid in
the then State ot Ohio. After hi
death tbe land waa sold, but no valid
conveyance, it is now claimed, was
ever made of any portion of it. The
matter has been carefully looked Into
by tbe heirs, who claim that tbe city
of Frankfort is principally built on tbe
tract which wee. formerly Ohio terri
tory, and the record of tne Virginia
Land Office, In the State capitol, snow
very plainly the en'rv of the original
deed and the location of tbe land as
above etattd. It is said tbat there are
only eight living representatives of the
old Cl. Fleming. Among them are
Mis. J. M. Bauson of South Carolina.
P. Bernard of Richmond, Va., and
Mies Judy Bernard of Lynchbnrg,
Alio! them regard the result of their
proceedings with tbe liveliest and most
tiopeful anticipations, as the property
cla med will amount to $10,000,000 in
Nnrrlitcwor (be Judge ( New Terk
New York, June 23, Judge Stanley
Mat hews was married this morning
to Mrs. Mary K. I beaker, of Cleve
land, O. The ceremony took place at
the home of the btide s cousin, Mr,
Charles Paison, jr., in this city. 1 he
Rev. Wm. R. Paxton, of Princeton,
N. J., officiated, -assisted by the Rev.
Dr. Richard D. Harton, of the First
Presbyterian Church here. There
were about fifty relatives and friends
present. Among them were two sons
and tbe two brothers of the bride
groom, Mr. Mortimer and Mr. Harry
Matthews ; Justice B'atchford, Mr. and
Mrs. Hiram Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs,
Kdward V. McCormick, Judge Steven
Bourie, of Cleveland, and Mrs. Joseph
Vilas, of Wisconsin. Tomorrow the
bridal p rty leaves for Luropo on the
Imitations have been foisted upon
the market so closely resembling All-
cock's Porous Plasters in general ap
pearance as to be well calculated to
deceive. It ie, however, in general ap
pearance only that they compare with
Allcock'a for they are worse than
worthless, inafinnch as they contain
deleterious ingredients which are apt
to cause serious injury. Hsmemi er
that Allcock'a are the only genuine
porous plasters the best external
remedy ever known; and when pur-
cnaeiug plasters tf not only ask lor
but see that you get "Allcock'a Porous
J. .asters. ine popularity wuicli
these plasters have attained during
the pst ihirty years has no parallel.
bo it is no wonder that imitations and
Providence' SSOlh Asinlversiar) .
PaoviniNt's, R. I., June 23. Provi
dence presents a gala appearance to
day in liouor of the 250th anniversary
oi tne settlement ot the city, ever
before has the citv been so hand
somely decirated, cor have the tleco.-
Rtiona ever been so pr-vine. Nearly
all Hie building?, public and private,
are decora'ed with etreHintre, lians,
hunting and pictures of the lanling of
Rvger Williams. Krly this meriting
the weather wa tlrentemng and the
Bkv overcast and Inter a light rein be
gun to fall, dampetiing the ardor of
iimnv of the citizens lio were to hike
rartln the celebration. Ti e streets
are thronged with visitors and busi
APPE A L THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 188b.
ness is gene-ally suspend d. A pro-re-men
was formed at the City Hall at
9 :30 o'clock this morning and marched
to the First Baptist meeting hones on
North Main street, where the exer
cises of the c!ay were rommenced. The
exercises roLSieted of the singing of
psalms ar.did i bv the Ation Club,
rryer tjr PrsMent Robinson of
Brown's University, sn addr. ;i by
Acting-MaV'.r R-bbinsanda bittorical
discourse bv Chief Justice Thomas
Dorfee. The morning ceremonies
closed with 'he benediction by Biehop
Clark, of Rhode Island. The exer
cises this afternoon at Rogr Will
isniij Park rensisted of an aildie'S y
President Van Slyck, of tbe School
Committee, ts tbe graduating cless of
the high school, singiug by the pupils
of tbe public schools and a d'scourje
by the Rev. V. G. Vose, D.D.
cost extios or UROWERS
The Noble wlft ef a New Evaportr
by Mr. Ears Araold, or Illi
nois. The Fruit and Vegetable Growers
A: s cition of the United btatei met
at tbe Neil House, Columbus, O.,
June 17, 189ii. 1 he meeting was one
of unusual interest. The vaiious pr
peri read all embodied deep thought
and reeearch The most interesting
diH'jtr sioris were on ttie value and use
of nui'", ai.d regarding the best
methods of preparing fruit for market
end preserving it for family use. Tbe
opinion Buemed prevalent that
evaporated f'tiit was bound to obt-.in
ar.d hold the hightst position in public
itvur. XMot only is evaporated Irmt
i.jperior in appear, nee, iu flavor, in
m-aiiimiin s rnu in Keeping proper
ti , but it commands a much higher
price; ordinary dru dapples are woith
otu l to i cents per pound, evapo
rated apples from 8 to 10 cent i. Com
moil dried ptach'S from 3 to 5 cent'',
evap iruted Irom 18 to 22 cents. Ezra
Arnold, the Illinois fruit grower. rr( -
eented drawing and Bptcifi ationa of a
cheap evaporator maie and used by
himself with which be has bad better
success than with the more expensive
dryliotists and evaporators. He evap
orated apples in two houis. s raw-
berries in three bonis, peaches in
two hours, cherries in two hours, ccrn
in two bouts and all kinds of
truits proportionately quick. The
evpp .raior is a matvel of simplicity
aiiid excellence, and cn be made bv
anyone at a very trilling cost. By its
ue millions cf dollars can be saved
the producer and consumer e-tch year.
There are thousands of families that
dry large quantities of fruit annually
in the old-htshionel slow way, and
sell it at the old-fnhioned low price,
when they could with but little ex
p 'tise make an evaporator and evapo
rntu five times as much per pound.
There are thousands of families in the
ciiios that chii at times, when the
market is glutted, buy fruit for lews
than the cost of production, end with
an evaporator can prepare in a few
dnys sufficient fruit for a year's con
Biimpt on, and at one-tenth the usual
expenditure. Mr. Arnold raid he did
nt:t intend to nuke or shII evapora
tors, and would consign to the asso
ciation his right and tula to bis evap
ora'ois, provided the asocintion
would procare tuts to illustrate the
different p:irts and to distribute
gratuitously among the fanners, Iruit
raisers and consume's of the United
Htatoi), complete II hist rated directions
for making a nd using the evapora'or.
On motion Mr. Arnold's proposition
was accented, and the following reso
Rtwlved, That the secretary of the
Fiuit and Vegstible Growers Arsocia
tion be authorized t) inform the peo-
file through the leading newspapers
n taeh 8'a'e that illu-t'ated directions
for mnki' g nd tiling Arnold's fruit
evaporatorcan beebteined by address
ing our secretary, W. Orlando Smith,
postoflice box 104, Alliance O., enclos
ing s amps lor return postage, and
that the eecieMry draw on the treas
urer for the nocessiry amount ti do-
fray expense of wood cuti, printing,
On motion a vote of thanks waa
tenth red Mr. Arnold for his valuable
gift to the ars?c:ation.
On motion a vote of thanks was tn
dered the press throughout the coun
try at large for the courtesies extended
to ns in publishing the call for the
meeting of our association, and for
publishing the pto:et dings of our pre
vious meet nga.
On motion ihe assoc'a'ion adjourned
to meet at the Soutbern Hotel, M.
Loui, Mo., December 9, 1886, at 10
o clock s.m.
In KoiiBhld Uitnittilv iitr l.tvr 4'oriiIriiiIiirii(i illitmiiK
by ilvroiMrM or loriud fMnwlititui of tli Ktfr, u ln
C'11, i"timlijttun, HllluUkiteM, Jiuimli', Hm1iu'1m
ilariai, Htiftin tinni. ntc. It rrntiUteN tttf bowl(ptir
lea th bl'HNl. Btrtnt tini tlia av kIiii, nitai tlteafnn
AN 1NVALUABLB FAMILY MKDIC'INB.
Thouaandsof tnstlmonlnls prove its mii
AMY VHCtlUUl WILL TKIX IOU I l H IlKITTATIUIf
W. X. HALDEMAN,
President of the (treat LQUISVIU.T! COTJ-H1KH-J0UHNAL
CO., tells hat
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Ornca or tbs Caraiaa-JorawAi.,
L.r CIBVILLl, KT.
Dr. Wintmmilk, Sii I naive a rule I hare
observed fur man yeara, tbe value oi your
remedy proinptinf me to say, in reply to
your request, what I know of your Chill
Cure. The i rivate assurances of its efficacy
I had, and the food results of its effect I
hadobserved on Mr. H. W. Meredith, who,
for more than fifteen years, had been fore
man of my offioe, induced me U, test it in
my family. The result have been entirely
eatinrkcUiry. The first case wn of two
f tars' standing, in which I believe every
noon remedy had been tried with tempo
rary relief the chills returning periodically
and with seeminply increased severity.
Your cur broke them at once, and there ha
been do recurrence of them for more than
ail months. Ihe other case was ot a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies ; but tbe chills would return at in
tervals until your medicine waa used, since
which time, now several months, they have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have had to Judire, I do not hesitate to
ii'resa my belief that your Chill Cure ia
valuable specific, and perform all you
promise tor it. Respectfully,
W. N. HALDEMAN,
ARTHUR PKTKR A CO., Aeaw. Loul
inent E or
"VOTlCKIs herebv iven that the annual
nicotine of 'tie. stockholder of the
Mfmi'liis and Southeastern Railroad Com
pnriy will be hold at ihe office of the Kansa
Cnv, Springfield and Memphis Railroad
t ompany, 31 Madison street. Taxing District
ot Sholly county (commonly known a Mem
phis) in the State ot Tennessee, at 10 o'clock
a m , July 7, lcV', for the purpose ol electing:
lhrectors and for tbe transaction of such
other business a may properly come before
the meeting- ...
TJKO, H KETTLETOS, Prea't.
J. S. Fosd. eo r.
TO HV1 HIHTHTHr LlVtB MUITII IN OMDCJ
MOST PERFECT MADE
Trcparod with apeciat regard to health.
No AnimouU, l.lme or Alum.
PRICE BAK1NQ POWDER CO..
IHICAOO. T. t QUI)
UP QOOO I"EJST,
ECB PARK AND OAKUSD-On
the crest of the Alleghantee, within the
famouaOlade Section, directly on the line ol
the B. and 0. No Stage Ri ' or 'Bus Trans
fers. All Limited Express Trains Stop.
With the new and unparal eiea last icnea
nle on the Italtimore and Ohio Railroad.
these lovely twin resorts are beyond all eom
pariaun the moat advantageously located,
both a to train service and surroundings, ol
any east of the Rockies.
fceiMon Vpras Jsanei 2S1. . No Fliea,
No Mos.iuitoes. No Ily Fever No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oakland, the one being but
all miles distant Irom the other with the
most charming drives connecting them will
he nniicr the management of Mr. W. J.
WALKER, who, in h a three seasons' man
agement, has made many enthusiastic friends
of tbe glorioua resorts All ootnuiunicationa
should be addressed to W. J. Walker, Queen
City Hotel, Cumberland, Md., up to June
15th. Alter that date, either Leer Park or
RATES W), rs and 190 per month, ac
cording to locations.
The a. and . Company has spared no ex
pense in rendering beer Park and Oakland
the leading Mountain Resorts of the East,
and for the season of 186 the attractions will
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and
the cuisine ot both houses unexcelled.
First-class Laundry. Vine Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Pools.
ihe Dnest place lor unnaren in toe iana.
Till-; H 1 S.-1 At-ll.
Tin; HOW I-.I.H.
A POMTIVH CURB FOR
Pour. : One to two teaspoonfnla.
P.i-uulne CaA Oaruaao 8 alt In
ii ll packni at Inc. andliic. No
muiue Suits sold lu bulk.
Crab Orchard Water Co., Prop'ra.
S. N. tONFS. Mane-r. t-ouWrlllKy.
A Valuable Patent.
Inury'a (Horn)) Cera and Pea HIkd-
aAVINO perfected my Invention. 1 wish
to place it before the public especially
m-nufaoturers. Aa a Corn Planter, it ia a
perfect suooes opens the drill, distributed
the aeed accurately, uniniured, and eoverd
the aame, thereby one p an performing the
work of three. The- have been used in
this aection for over a dei. years with per
fect satisfaction. Can give responsible tnsti
JOHN II. DANCY.Danoyville,
Havwnori oouritv. Tone
Indlsputed In tho BROAD CLAIM of beTngCa
IW BEST OPERATIHG,
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
KVER PLACED OS 8A1.E.
FOR SALE BY
H. WETTER & CO , Agents,
Among the Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin. Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dred of delighttul ptnees whero one can pass
the summer months in quiet re't aaderuoy.
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rojuvenateu. r.aco
recurring aertaon brings to uoonomowoo
Waukesha, Beaver Paul. Frontenac, Oko
hnll. Minnetnnka. White Bear, and innu
merable other charming locahtios with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best poopl
whose win ter hemes are on either aide ot Ms
ion and Dixon's line. Elegance and com
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer hou.ee, with all
necessary informa Ion pertaining thereto, is
being distributed by the Chioauo, MitWaO
Iia and St. Padl Railwat, and will be sent
free upon application by letter to A. v. u
Carpenter, General Passer ger Agent, Mil
llnwt evervtrlnttxl, now rtttwir.
qui Ptvimor Ktmo lAnrnrj
uetiti, xaoies. cnairi,
Book Csei. Loan (ret.
T a Vueaaa fa rti wi Aa
ladies' Fancy DeikkvAo
Finawt (kttxia nod Lowtnt
WANTPn ADENTS.Men and Womei
VVAIl I C.U to sell TUK CHILD '
BIBLE " Introduction by Rev. J. U. Vil
cent, D.D. One arent haa aold 65 In a towi
of 674 people) one 73 in a villare ol 74; J n
new ursnt aS In llldavs: one '2hS in -' SUCC
air weeks; one 40 In 3 days at two difereor
time. Kxperieno not necessary Hdre
iCASSFLL A CO. (L'fd),
an riA4T-lMrn street. vicaro.
mi UNDEVELOPED PARTS
f THK HVM.N H' '
i thr rotiiru-i
clr im an ItiaH 'rti.-i.;f. v a I trntr
"London" Trouser stretcher
Patented )n Europe and Uni
ted Stales. Sole Atreute In
( dllrtl mtittr for celebrated
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takes bHeTKluK out of
l&neM restores nantaloons to
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining screw rod
in combination with clamps.
All others infringements.
Original and an y ulrcti-hrr
for AceaMlrmeM'a ps. Bv
Express eaoaroly packed, l'rtce fJ Ml. Write
lor circulars. Arcnts wanted in every city.
ttjw. simiihs co., Bwtn.n.
DEMOCRATS TO THK FRONI-To C;
prraeas seeking OoT-rntusnt Ercl
r'oTment in any ol the dei artaient a
Washington, or any other positiona undeJ
the Government, I will nni lull iuctructiont
as to how to rMexl to obtain tho same,
and HlHsik t erms of Appllwulon on
receipt ot One Dollar. Ai.rxji J!HS
l. fcVKUU, llh!k l) 4, iu 04
Br r , . a--TT
And Commission ulerchaislt
2GM uud SG2 Front
JOrnl !(. SPEED & GO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
30a FKOI.T HT., -
Ohio Blvcr and Michigan Salt Companies,
J. Painter and sons
BEST BRANDS OF PURE
LARGEST BllEWERY IN AMERICA,
Jos. Sclilitz Brewing Gompanv,
MEMPHIS BRANCH, Depot and Icchoua), cor.. Main Y Aui'll
S. ROESCHkR. Agent, Memphis, Tenn.
Km;; ta 1SS3, 390,000 B ! a.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
JUo. SOO Front Street, : Memphis. Teniv.
ABLER BRO. &
. , . nn) m. .
HtTWlU pay Good Prices for MUTES, GIN FALLS and
TUASIIT COTTON ot all descriptions. Send for Clrcalar
nlid Prices Paid
3XT W. S I3 ttJS, Jr.
75 Vance Street, Mftmphig, Tenn.
AttJJRKW BTEWAKT, New Orleani.
Wholesale&rocers, Cot, Factors
VU. SS6 kHSD 338 FUONT STREET, MEKFHIS, TEN
STEWART BROTHERS & COMFANT
cotton fa(3tors and commission merchakts,
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. ,
E. WITZEIAHIT Go
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Steinwav and IES.nlDo
PIANOS KBAB,CH A"ViKLt5&J& PBA8B
nnninrti hasos hahi in, imh wh a wabres, cm
If WwAJi f3mmm iauu lorrAux okuah.
rA NJtW T-OCTAVK PIANO FOR t)l0.-j
Write tor Cataloimwi. Noai. 89.1 and ' SECOND ST.. M EWPHIf
4nai S. Solllvaai.
Wholesale Grocer, Cotton Factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tens.
BKTWEEH ADAMS AHA JKFFKtWOH.
Mr. I. N. RAINKY derotes hla whole time to the weighing and sale of all Cotton entraaUd
tn nnr charge. Pntten Warehnnse. Washington street.
P. m. ALSTOB,
ALSTON, GROWELL & GO,
And Commigaloa Merchants. Haj, Corn Oats, Brn, Chop Feed, Oil-Meal,
L!, Cement, Flaater, Bnllilinit and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union. 1 Howard'sjRow.Memphis.
-PROPRIETOK OP TBI
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FlAforing- Extiacta, Syrups, linking Powdr-v,, ,iht Artltles, Etc., Etc.
111 u enni
.I.N. DAT, W. B.HOKIfl, J. W. HAIl.r T.
Late of J. 8. Day Son. Late of Meacham .t liortnn. Late of Bailey A Corinjto.
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS' AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362IFront Street, Memphis,Tenn.
St.. 'Memphis. Tenn
JOIIS . HANDLE A COPROPB'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Ten"
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
Murine), Boilers Nawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat MIIIk,
Cotton Press, Cotton Gins,
Shafting, Pulleys, Etc
SPECIAL KOTICEW are prepared to All order,
on aoor- notloe, for the celeorated aaedisr F
Wreegbkifv- Fulley. W carry In. a took over
Two Hundred Aaaorted Macs.
r8end for Catalogue and Price-list.'
AND IRON TIES
1'iUsbnrg Arrow lies,
and Band Powder Company.
JUTE AND FLAX BAGGINGS
Rale er Hemphli Branch, 100,000 Mfs
CO., 261 IW ST
? Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PRINO AND SUMMER.
KLEOANT STYLES I
A0ENT3 FOR THK FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 93.00 Calt Shoes
In Button, Lao and Congress.
Illustrated Catalogue and Prloe- List
Mailed Free on application. "W
ANDKKW D. GWYNNE Main
I G11E & CO..
lollowlnf Firat-CIasa Inatrvmantit
m. J. Ola.
Hi m. havhv.