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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JULY 6. 188G.
FORTY-EMU CONGRESS.
THE DEFICIENCY BILL IX THE
HOUSE.
A Lirelj Discussion Orer the Rtghts
of Ihe Senate to Interfere WItfc
the House.
Washington, July 5 Haute Mr.
Spiinger 111. offertd resolution in
the Home tojay calling on the Presi
dent for copies of all correspondence
between th's govt romeot and the re
publics cf Nicaragua and Cos a Rica
since 1876 in le'a'ion to the cont trac
tion of an interior oceanic caoal by
wavof Lake Nicaragua. Referred.
Mr. Belnnnt N. Y. offered a
resolution calling on the President for
copies of the coireapoiidence relating
to the imprisonment and release of
Julio Santos, a cit'zsn of the United
State, in Ecuador. Referred.
Bills were introduced as follows:
By Mr. Weaver Ohio: Requiring
all the expenditures of the Poetoftice
Department to be pifsad rjpott by a
comptroller and an auditor.
By J. M. Ty!or Tenn , for the
transfer of the medical records if the
warfiom the War Department.
The House then went into Commit
tee of the Whole, Mr. Hammond
JGa. in the chair, on the general de
ficiancy appropriation bill.
In speamrg to a c'ause relat've lo
the pay of witnesses, Mr. Springer
aid that the department had doubt
led furnished the proper estimate,
and it should hoc be increased.
Replying to statements made lest
.Friday by Messrs. Hisccck, Cannon
and McComb, to the efftct that there
was a larae incrf asa in the expendi
tures for 1886, f s compared with that
of 1885, for fees of jurors and
wifneesea, he caused . t ba
read a letter frcm Attorney General
Garland to Senator A lison. Tbia let
ter explained that the increase wts
caused by the fact that there being a
deficiency in It 85 a large amount of
business belonging to ttiat fiscal year
was carried over to 1886, thus incieas
ing the expenses far 1886. Also that
there was a large increasa of such ex
penees owing to the pros cution of
polygamous Mormons under theEi
munds act, and on account of the pros
ecution of offenses arising under the
general land lnws. These weie
necersary and unforeseen ex
penees, acd we ou.ht not to
take excepikn (o the increase
of expenses on this account. While
there baa been a tr fling increase of
expenditure in the matter indicated,
yet there has been largs decrease of
expendi'ures during the fi.cil year
just closed, as compared with the
previous fiscal year. This decrease in
all the departments of the govern
ment amounted, according to the
statements jf the Treasury officials,
to $2,250,000. The new b oom of this
administration is sweeping clean and
much better remits may be antici
pated for the ensuing year.
A long and aluust aciimonious dis
cussion aiose over an amendment
offered by Mr. Cannon III., appro
priating 2200to refund certain taxes
illegally collected from cartain lailrcad
companies on account of bond and
stock ho'.de:8. Tie amendment was
adopted.
The clause ratifying and confirming
the readjustments of the salaries of
the postmasters heretofore made by
the Postmaster General pursuant ti
the act of Mach 3d, 1883, was ruled
out on a point of order, and an amend
ment offered by Mr. Burnes Mo ,
striking out the entire appropriation
for readjustments, $392,391, was
-adopted.
Mr. Gibson W. Va caused some
thing of a sensation by charging that
Mr. Townshend and Mr. Cannon,
members of the Appropriation Com
mittee, bad gone to the Senate after
the action ot the Housa in striking
the names of certain Uoue employes
from the legislative appropriation bill
and procured the reinsertion of the
names by the Senate Com mi tee.
Mr. Cannon edmitted that be had
re que ted the Senate Committee to in
sett in the bill the names of two
pagee, who had from long experience
become aim est indispensable. He
knew bis privileges aod rights as a
member, and hal nothing to apolo
giza for. Neither of the employes
Dad been appointed upon his solicita
tion. When the legislative bill came
back to the House he had
no doubt thai; it would accept
ths amendment he hai suggested to
the Sena'e Couimi tee. Mr. Town
ehend said t hat the names of employej
had been stiickon cut of tbe bill on a
pont of order made by one member,
contrary as he believed to tbe with of
a vatt majority of the members of the
House. Alexander Stephens on his
dea'h bed had requested him (Town
shend) to came John Chancey's name
to be retained on the pay roll of the
House as long as he ( Townshend) ra
mained in Cur (.ties, and when Chan
cey's name ana that of liicm, a gal
lant eoldier, bad been stricken out on
the point of o -der.be had determine!
to cau'.e them t3 be res o:ed if it were
in hit) power.
Mr. Gibsjn ro?ented (ha ida of in
terferencs by the (Senate in mattarB cf
this kind, lie had no ill will against
the employes, and if allowed ho wou'd
tomorrow introduce a resolution pro
viding trut their ramjaba placed on
tbe roll of the Home.
Afcer concluding ihe consideration
of ail but ten pagts of the bill the
committee ros, and the House at 5
o'clock p.m. adjourned.
ABERDEEN, MISS.
Tlie Crop Proapeet In the Illlla
Pretty Fair, bnt In (he
Bottom Bad.
IcuEIIEf PONDJNCI OP THE APPEA L.J
Aberdeen, Mish., July 3. On ac--count
ol the cold, backward spring and
the continued Heavy ra:ns during the
month of June, the crop outlook is
exceedingly uupropitious and un
promising in ttiis lection of the State,
while the crops on the uplands ana
the hills look very well. On the low
and bottom lands they are almost de
stroyed, and wi h favoratle weather
beneefoiwaid it is now too late to re
plant aid make anything like an aver
ageyield. We Lever have heavy or full
crops when the seajons are not euiied
to our bo; torn lands. A practical acd
fiucceasful farmer toid your correspond
ent that the outlook had not been to
unfavorable in this couuty s'nee 18(18.
A. S. Gilleylen, a law siudtnt at the
University ot Virginia, fcai returned
home, and is resdy to enter upon t!re
practice of his chosen proftssion.
li. O. K-yno'd, jr., has returned
Jiome from the University of Missis
sippi, at Oxford. He is go-ng to read
daw under his f.ther, Col. R. 0. K.-y-nohls.
An unusual religious revival is go
ing on here nnder ihe auspices cf Mr.
Hatch, trie evanvo'ist. M sses Bacon
and Gordon, of the 1. 1, and C, at Co
lumbus, are assisting in tbe cr-at
work. They are youug ladies of line
abilities and thoroughly consecrated.
It now looks as if the Hon, John M.
Allen, member of Congress from thi,
the first, cistr'ct would have a walk
over, aa do apirant, eo far, bas bad
tbe temerity to announce h mself as a
candidate in opposition t Mr. Allen.
Quite a number of our citizens at
terded tbe commencement exercises
at tbe 1. 1, and C , at Columbus, Miss.,
last Sunday.
MONTGOMERY, ALA.
The Orsranlaallon of ibe t'alera Iron
furnace.
IsrlOIAL TO TBI AFPIUL.I
Montgomery, Ala., July 5. Tbe
Calera Furnace and Chsrci a1 C mpsny
organized here today with the f .Mow
ing officers: J. W. D.mmick, presi
dent; Dr. II. M. Pierce, of Narhville.
general manager; Campbell Brown, of
Tennes ep, vice president; C. A. La
nier, secretary and treasurer. Direct
ors G. W. Dimmick, Campbpll
Brown, Dr. Pier.e, J. R. A lams, W.
L. Chambsr', A. T. London, O. O.
Nelson and J. H. Mr ore. This
company begins immediately the
erect on of" forty-e got charcoal
kilns and one fifty ton iron furna.ee.
These plan's are to be enlarged as
eoon as operat'ons commence. The
works immediately being erected will
manufacture 2,400,OCO bushe's of char
coal and 120,000 gallons cf aleoho",
besides tosin, turpentine, taractate of
lime, etc. Tbe comoany starts on a
solid, subs' an tial basis. The incorpo
rators and officers era men' of
large means aid experience, and
rnejn business from tbe word
go." They have bids for
five t'tnes the product produced
by this plant, hence expect enla ging
as they go ou to meet tbe demand.
Calera is situated on the East Tennes
see, Virginia acd Georgia and the
Lou'svilie and Nashville iai. roads,
about half way between Montgotneiy
and Birmingh'm, and offers in mavy
respects better advantages than any
other locality in Alabama. Iron ore,
lime rock, aal and timber are within
clcs9 reach. The soil, climate and
water areuneurpatsed.
PINE BLUFF, ARK.
Killed toy Falling; Down tbe Btepa
Sbootln Aflray.
laraouL to thi arriAL.t
Pini Blukp, Ark., July 5. Today
while Clay Mcsley ws descending a
flight of stairs from a raVn he lost bis
balance and was par icipated to the
bottom. He died before be cou'd
reach home from infernal hemorrhage.
T. C. Monroe, late editor of tbe Red
field Star, published in this county,
yesterday in a renconter with Dr. J.
M. Reynolds, a prominent physician,
shot bim. The extent of the wound,
or cr'gin of the difficulty, baa not
transpired.
FOLLOW THE LEADERS OF '76.
Head at Jlotcland Park, M'oodttotk, Conn.,
Julv 6, 1886.
Through tha chances and change! of Tan
ished year
Our thought! go back to the olden time.
When hearts were thrilling with hope and
fears.
And the Fourth of July w made sublime
By the tow that an earnest people spoke
To free their land from the foreign yoke.
Not yet was the 6ghting over and past
Years more of trial and strugle must be
But the Nation's life was thatday forecast.
And the peace and triumph of '83
With that earlier day must still be wed
When the Declaration first was read
That day when the people resolved to be
free,
And, resolving, knew that the thing was
done.
What booted the struggle yet to be
When the hearts of all men beat a one,
And band clasped hand, and eyes met eyes,
And lives ware ready to sacrifice?
The Tears since then have come and sped,
Ti:l their reoord reaches a hundred and
tan ;
And the heroes of thore old days are dead ;
But their spirit lives in to day's young
men;
And never In vain would our country plead
For sons that were ready to die at her need.
To die, yet live, like those heroes of old,
Immortal in honor, immortal in fame
Live in the lei1 nds forever told
The future that loftiest spirits claim.
What better boon for tha years to be
Than to follow the leaders who made n free?
Aouue Lkandlrr Moullon.
An Important Function Bllmnlalerl.
The kidneys exercise most important func
tions, which are so wearisome that they tax
to tha utmost the strength and endurance of
tbese busy little organs. Kvery breath, every
F'utaation of the heart, every movement of a
imb, every thought, makes waste and neces
sitates tha development of new atoms The
used up particle in the blood are sifted from
itand d:olved in a watery fluid bv tha kid
neys, which then discharge tb is fluid into the
bladder. A train of disasters to tha system
would follow il these " aahei," so to sneak,
were not thoroughly strained off and die
charged. This is tbe case when the kidneys
become inactive, llostetter'a Stomach Bit
ters, by restoring their activity, not only
keeps open a most important outle for impu
rities, but preventi diseases of the kidneys
themselves, which when inert becomes lia
ble to fall a prey to diabeies, brinlit'i dis
ease, mephitis, albumenurit, and other mal
adies specially incident to them, which, al
though not specially rapid in their progres
sion, are particularly o'tioate and fatal.
Milwaukee AnarchlHia Convicted.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 4. Tonight,
after having been out twenty-three
hcu s, the jury in the trial of the an
archist le'alets, 1'iank Hirth, Carl Hi
rnon acd Anton Talm, found them
guilty of conspiracy to burn the court
1k usa and dojtroy the records, and of
inciting mobs lo riot. Kor twenty-four
hours the balle t s ord ten for convic
t'on and two ftracqtri tal. One of the
jurorp, who is alleged o be a snialht,
voted f )T conviction alter the first few
t allots. Ttie maximum sentence for
riot or conspiracy fo riot is one year's
imprisonment or a fine not exceeding
1500. Hiith is a ciar maker, and was
manager of tl'O co operative factory
stattf d here aft? r the great strike sev
eral yeats apo. Simon is a barber, and
a frantic anarchist. Palm is a hard
wo sd finishe', and hai been in this
country bu' a ahoit time. Neither he
nor Simon can speck Euglieh. All are
married and have large families.
To gither pearh from Ocean's vases
Divers go down in divers place ;
But at ourmouthsof strea-nsand bays,
Xo pearls do Asian swimnnrs rVse
Like those in beauty's runutb that shine
Made by the fc'o.omNT divine.
Ihe Xew Cardinal at 1'hnrch.
Baltimohk, Md , July 5. C ardinal
Gihbors, Mur. Straneire, the papal
oblifate. and Miir. Allen, of New Or
lesns, attended the observance; of the
feast of St. Peter, at St. IVter's Church,
yesterday morning. High ma-'s wai
sung by Father Dugtn, aud th1 sermon
was preached by Father O'Keefe, of
Norfolk, Va. Ail the clergy wore ve s
ments in honor of the Cardir al, who
occupied a threnn near the a' tar.
Mrs. A. W. Brockaw, of Groton,
Brown county, Dak., used Allccrk's
1' asters for fifwen years completely
cured of irregtilaiity by ucing two
PI afit' ra across the small of the back
for seven days each moot alto
found them very eflicaoiousin Kidney
troubles cured rf a dull, heavy pain
and pressure at the base of the brain
by wearing an Allcock's Porous Plaster
at the bank of the neck.
Sea Furnace Company In Alabama,
Israelii. to tbi arniL.I
Montoomrhy, A la., July 5. Dr.
Piercp, of Nashville, leleg'upbx that
he will be bere tomorrow to organize a
furnace company at Calera, A a.
mmn mim.
A FAITHLESS WIFE AXD HER
PAKAMOUK KILLED.
Horrible Wife M order and Sakldo
in Illinois-Fatal Affray at
fc't. Louis.
Nkw Oblhaks, July o. The Pica
yum't Vicksbnrg ipecial says: This
morning, on Mayer's plantation, ten
miles below this city, B)b Jackson,
calcred, shot a"d kibed his wife and
mortally wounded Cbale McClellao,
colored, whom be found in his house
when he returned home. The verdict
of the c rnner's iu y was that Jarkson
aecidentaly kided his wife while
shooting at MeUlellan, and that the
eboiticgof MeClel'an was justifiable.
Knot Her Tradneer.
Chablkston, S. C, July 5. About
tbe 1st of June, in Barnwell county,
Jim Kteadly was publicly cowhided by
W. T. Connelly f jr circulating lan
derons repo ts about Crnnelly's sister
Emma at Hunter's Cbapel church.
Yesterday mornirg, while the Sunday
school wai in sescion, 8'oadly wai
shot and killed by Emma Connelly,
who gave hers -If up to the autocrines
after the thaoting.
Wife Harder aad Nnirlde.
Cure ago, III., July 5 A special
from Mnnticello, 111., says: A farmer
named Wildman, residing in Unity
township, this county, yes'eidsy mur
dered his wi'e and then tried to com
mit suicide. He made several gashes
in his throat, narrawly miss'ng tbe ar
teries, and, findint Irinself eti.l alive,
be farced the knife upward into bia
mouth, splitting bis tongue. Sr mi time
since Mrt. Wiklman, by the death of a
re'ative, fill htir to $12.00J. She did
not regard her bu-bnd as thi proper
custrdian, and to willed It to their
children. The murder grew out of
these Lie's. After tbe murder ho qsnt
one of bis small children to a neigh
bor wi h a message that his mother
was dea 1, and that he (the murdt rr)
could be found at the barn. Then he
began butchering himself ia the man
ner above stated. At hi't accounts he
was i offering intensely, and his
wounds will probanly prove fn'al. He
bad previously borne a fair reputa
tion. Bloody Flghla at tt. Ionia.
St. Louis, Mo., Ju'y 5 An unpro
voked ai sau t that will probably re suit
in a murder occurred about 10 o'clock
last evening on Nineteenth and Biddle
streets. A number of boys etirted a
bonfire in that vicinity, and to prjenre
fuel raided the pre in ses of serve: J
grocers and secured empty barrels md
boxes. Among tbe s'oree vis.ted vas
one belonsting tD a man named Hen
neeeey on Nine'eenth acd B dd'e
stree s. Km. Henneespy, the stare
keeper's son, pursued a number ' '
tbe boys with knife in hand, aid
threatened if he caught them to p. 6
vent further depredations for all time. !
James Wade, a young plumber 19
years of age, who was wall acquainted
with Hennessey, stopped him ad
said: ''You ought to be ashamed to oe
mnninir after kids with a kuife ia
your band." "Well, i's none of your
business," responded Hennetssy, with
au oitb, at the Bm instant plunging
the blade the entire length into
Wade's left fide. The Ftr cken boy
fell and his a sailant tried to enape,
hut was run. down and arrested.
Wade's condition is serious.
M. . Havwcod. an ex-st iker and
Knight of Labor, but now connected
wi h the Furlong Detective Agencv in
the capacity of an informer, bece U9
involved in a row in the steamer Mary
Michael, late last niiiht, and was cot
seven times and kicked until uncon
scious. 1' looks very much as if the
attickon Haywood we premedi'a'ed,
and nnder tbe cover of a slight dis
turbance, it wai decided to slaughter
him. 'Ihe trouble occurred on the
barjre when the bat was oppisits the
worahouee. The excursion was under
the auspices of the telegrapheis of the
city, and on bwd ws a gang who
made themselves pait'cularly ofleu
Biveto all. They began to quarrel
among themselves, ana it is boiieved
Haywood interfered. He was ir.
stanlly attacked by eight men, one r"
whom used the knif while the others
seizsd his revolver and b:at him with
it. He fainted on tbe boat from the
lo-s cf blood, and when the steanw
landed at the foot cf L-cust street he
pointed cut a man named John Heck
as the party who did tbe stabbing.
Kobert O'Brien and Tony Nieder
weizc, jr, were arrested as acces
porieB. They say that they only do
funded themeo'.vei, as Hyno3d drew
a revolver and atlempted to shoot
them.
THE WEATHER IN JUKE.
The Special Bnlletln of tbe Nlgaal
Mervlee.
Si .gAr. O'firi, Waii Dariarsigsi, t.
WAtruguTog City, July 1, LnW, t
Oa the morning of the ltt of June
an atea of low preBsura was central in
Rant as, and an area of high pressure
iB over Oregon and We sningtin Ter
ri'ory. The former moved Uv Jieatt
erly, accompsied by lain, until the
night of the. 3d, when ill's area wes
central over the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
The ana cf high prepare extended
southeasterly, preccdjd by iin and
thunder etorms in a long and narrow
rain area, which carried the riins
from MonUna southeastward over the
whole country. On tbe 4:h and 5th
fair weather prevailed over the coun
try, except iu the South At'ant'c and
Ea-rt tiulf States, where local rains
fell. On the 6th, 7th and 8th rains
and thunder storms occurred in (he
r-outh Atlantic and Gulf SWes, and
in the Ohio Valley on the li st dn'e.
On tbe 9ih and 10th lain was general
in all the States eitt of the MiPBissippi
river, at d a'so in Dakota and Mon
tana. On tbe lllh and 12th lair
weaiher prevailed in a'l distiicts ex
cept in the extreme nonb west
ern sec'ion. Tcunder plowers
occurred en the evening of bo 12ih
in the iliesiseinpi Valley and west
ward, and on the afternoons of the
13th and 14 h east of this valley. n
the 15th and 10',h rain was qti ta gen
eral over the whole country, ai also
east of rho Mississippi river on tho
17tb. On the 18 h an area of high
prfBsure spread over tfceonn'ry, with
generally fir weathe;, fallowed et
night by rains and thunder storms iu
the Missiisippi Valley. Fair weather
attended ttiia high area on the Dth
and 20;h, tut was immediately fol
lowed in its eattward movement by
local tains.
On the 20lh a severe cyclonic siovm
c.me in upon the coast of Florida from
the Gulf of Mexico. On the morning
of the 21st it was central wectcf Cedar
Keys; it moved rortheriy nntil the
morning of the 22d, and then imrta
ewterly until it disappear .'J on tbe
New Jersey coaet at midnight of the
23d. Hign winds and h'.wy rins
prevailed in the Atlantic cca;t K ates
from Measicliuset's ta F.orda.
On the 2ltb, 25ih and 2 h fair
weather prevailed in the Gulf Statss
an'1 Wiaeouri Talley, and elsewhere
local rains fell. On the 27tb and 28th
Ices! ta'ns fell in New England, the
South Atlantic and Gulf States and
Ohio valley, with fair weather in other
States.
On tin 30th local rains and thunder
storms occurred in tbe louth Atlantic
ard erst Gulf State".
On the morning of the 30th atocMid
cyclonic e form appealed in the eastern
put of the Gulf of Mexiej; at mid
night it was cntral between Cedir
Kes aim Fenwcola it was moving
norther s'erly. ll'gh winds were re-
Soned at Ky West, Cedar Keys anil
achssnville The fct'.emlimr ra nfall
w;s heavy.
Tbet:mperature has teen very near
the normal in Illinois, Wisconein,
loa, Minnesota, Datota. Nebraska,
Oolnrado, Florida and in the southern
parts of Georgia, Alabama and Miesis-
ippi. In Ihe At antic coast Stgt;p, aa
far as Georgia, it hes been below the
riorrnal, as aleo in tbe lower lake ti
ricin, the Ohio valley, the lower n.it
tf ttie Miesissippi valley and in Ten
nessee. The greatest derartureo bo
low the normal occurred in Ms
chusets, lihode Island, C.mnecticut,
New Y'ork, Pennsylvanin, New Jersey,
Delaware, Maryland, District of Co
lumbia, North and South Caio'ina,
bio, Indiana, Kentucky, Ten
neesee acd Arkansas. AtWaeh'ngton
City the temperature was four degrees
below the normal for the month.
The ra'nfull was dehc ent, i. e., be
low the normal rainfall, in the New En
glond Statee, aod thence directly west
ward; it was in excess of the normal
in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia,
Kentucky, 8:nthern Mirsouri and in
all the States southward except eas'-e-n
F.orids. The great's! excess oc
curred at Washington Ci'y, 2.4 inches;
Lynchburg, Va ,6.1 inches; Charlo'.ts,
N. C., O.'l inches; Cherles'on, S. C,
5.5 inches: Augtisia, Ga., 5 5 inches;
A lanta, Ga, 4 4 inches; Ni Seville,
Tenn ,:! 5 inches; Chsttanooga, Tenn.,
3 3 inches; Memphis, Tenn., 3 0
inches; Montgomery, A a , 3 8 inches;
New Orleans, La., 3 3 inches; Vicks
bunr, 6 9 inches; Little Rock, Ark.,
6 0 inches. Tee greatest dellc ency of
rsitfsll oscurred in Onio, Northern
Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Nebraska,
Dakots, Ma'ne and Michigan. Des
Moinei had the greatet deficiency, fl.i)
inches; Omaha bad 5.0 inches; Daven
port, 4.3 inches; Chicago, 3.5 inches;
Cleveland, 3.4 inches; Eastport, 3 4
inches; Boston, 3.4 inches.
Fros s were reported in the prers as
having occurred in Wisconsin in the
early part i f the month. Light enow
fell on Mount Washington on tho 13. h.
W. I). HA'.KN,
Brigadier and Brevet Major General, Chief
Signal Officer, U. 8. A.
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sale, entored In 'he above cause on the
22J day of January, 1KST,, M. B.M, paiia lBtr,
I will sell, at public igotion, to the hiirhert
bidder, in front of tli Clerk and Mater'l
office, Coiirt-hoate ol rjbtlby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Matardny, Jtily 31, 1HMI,
within legal hoars, the following described
property, situated In Shelby county, Tenn.,
'"ihe 'north part ol lot 3. block 38, fronting
3'J'i feot cn the east lideol Ht. Martin street,
and running back 21'.' feet, more or lees.t be
north line of said lot being 2U0 feet south of
Beale street.
Part of lot 3. block S7, 40 feot front by 5)
feet doep, northeast corner ot Main and in
den streets.
Terms of Sale On a ereditof six months;
note with seourity, bearing lntret re
quired; lien retained;, redemption barred.
This June SW, Isho.
H. I. Me DOW El. Clerk and Master.
By II. F, Walnh, K. 0. and M.
V. li. and C. W. ileiiktll, solicitors.
MUM
imum
TRUC
Jim
THE PETERS & SAWRIE GO.
N. M. JONKS, President. I. ?. PETERS, Vice-Prerident.
.W. D. F. (SAW RIB, gecratary and Treasurer.
(Inrtsssari ! Pvtrra at Nawrlr,)
MAMFACTUREUS OP THE "MAOLIa IlRiNU"
Crackers, Caies Fint CoDlec
36, Its nutl 40 JellcrHOii Nfroel.
TJ I IIFIOT O I V 8 !
N. M. JONKS, JNO. K. SPEED, I. F. PBTKRS. GEO. ARNOLD, W. D. F. SAWR::
To Tlie Trado.
"We have sold our entire business to the PKTKK) at NAWRIE CO., and ask
for them a continuance of trade so kindly extended to
NArOLEOM HILL, President.
11. J. lt
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rr 1
niniMMliiN I llTT lllMA If llAII
11 1 bill P C & btJli
J
:D0EH A UENEBAL FIRE AID aARlME Bl'NINENH.
A QUARTER OF A MILUON'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
I3IXl3E10TOXlaiil
H. FUR8TKNHKIM, WM. I. COLR, JAMES RK1LLY,
a. MANSFIELD. 1). K.
Office 19 MaiaUoH Hireet, Memphis, Tenn
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A. BAILEY & CO,,
33G Second Ktreet, MempliiM.
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF PLUMBERS. GAS AN!) STK.M FITTERS
. Materials, Pumps, Drive Wells, Iron, Lead and dtntie I'lpo. Das Kliturea, Globes, Kia
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street, x : Memphis, Tenn.
R.L.COCHRAN&C0
5
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AW AHD rLAEIEO-MIIX, EAVT-TABI
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Tosts.
MEMPHIS, - - TENWKNWEK
A. YACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. 78 AND 8R0 FRONT STREET WFKPHfS
SLEDGE BROS of Como.MIflg.
COTTON
Ho. 365 Front Street
HILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SDO-SOS Front Ht.t MemphU, Tenn
ILL, FONTAINE & 60.
Cotton Factors, Commission erchanb
TCo. 11C Nenlh Main Hi., ttt. Sionia.
Fulmer.f hornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Vholesale Grocer,
Wo. 00 Front utreet. Mmihl. Tmm
E11M
CFXNORO TO HEAt'HAN A II OK TON)
Old Stand. NoJO
EoWITZHAimiOo
Wlioletial) Dealer and Publishers,
Bole Atenti lollowlnf Flrst-OIasi Imtrnmentsr
Steinwav ntld iSLxictlDO
piABros ",c 'TifXPlilSi&S: cw-
filMlAIVM HAIieJI A HAM I I W, I.OI UH WABKEH, CHI
9 F9mmm SJAWO on AUK OKUAH.
ejrA HEW T-OCTAVB PIANO FOR 0.-M
Writn for Otloimw. New. aail sand StW WF.t'O'VI ST.. WF.WPnO
ES. LEE cfiJ CO..
376-378-3SO-3Sa-384-38 Second street, HOnth ol Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shinglei
Houiaiua;, Latum, CeUnr Pu.la ma-X riekcU.
urns
W.N. W1LKEKS0N, Vicn-rrettldea
uanuiei.
r m 11
1
1 , rfunn uvnua
W. D. BET 11 ELL.
Yftiv tniat'l
MIKrUt,
J. E. WITT.
P. M. NORFLEET, RoBldent Partner,
lis. Co.
nmmi
PAOTuRS,
Memohls1 Tenneuue
Union St., MoinpliSs.
EDUCATIONAL.
Clara Conway Institute.
WILL KEOPEKf
Monday, October 4, 1886,
Enrollment Last Term, 322.
A SCHOOL for the development of rlsnr
ous, thoufhtu, nohl. womanhood.
This result is reached by breadth and
thuroughneiair Instruction and the awaken
ing of patient, earnest endeavor. A nrw
and cotumodinui hoarding department hn$
juit been eoinrtotvd.
The dppartiiipnt of dress mnkinic and mtl
linery is addrd lor Ihe first time.
in the atiFoni'f of the I'rinHptl. who Is In
Kurope f. r the summer, caUloirups will ba
furni lied on a'i:iMtion to Mrs. K. V. Mo--lon,
') A il.i in siri rt, or they will be lound
ajt any of rh rilv M.im stores.
AUGUSTA
F
EM ALE SEMINARY
NTAl'.NTOX, VA.
MISS MARY J. HVI.MY1V, Fit IN.
CIVIl.. Mt:'SS lJI'Al.anit M'lj
. (JI1S . It In U al III Kt nurlarr
Pnly ItM'liulc analliulv, Troy, N. T.
The oldest ennlneorlnirfcho.il in America.
Nexttsrm boains September l.'ith. TheRett
istor (or IKMri eontiiins a let ol the graduates
for the past til years, with their positions)
also, course of study, requirements, ex
penses. etc. Candidstes from a dintance, or
those i i v i n k In distant States, hy speeial ei
auiinations at their hnines, or nt men schools
as ther may lie attomlinr, may determine
the qurstion ol admission without vtaitinar
Troy. For reaii'tor and full information, ad
ilr.ss DAVIU M. UKKKNK, Direotor.
ST.LOUISSEMINARY
Prlvnte 8lnot School of Hiuh Orndafor
u limited number of YOUNG LADII8.
Touted nr WooiIImii.I. in .lew of Ht. I.011I, Tha
ftotlin nioiiitiiiHiii.or Ilia iilaco n,ml.r II an BLS
iiant llnsiK. tlrtfiinlrtMl 11. r'or cHr. alt rooma
liav. Im.u Inkfii oarly. Ooum, of liiHlriHitton t.
viry tlioiotwil. filllMlct ViK'tll and InntrunimitAl.
Ijiiiuiiiiuiini Attctaiit and Alodarn. Arti I'aintltia
mill IHnwuitx- lloant 01 lni.lniclioiK Hevnn, all
hl(lilyu.iiallrtd for thnir nw,tl.oteMirtniOTiU.
i'11 Mamitii 1-1N1111 aiihoatlon nni.t b. uiwl. wis.
For CaliiliiKiia- mill m. the lrinclpal,
g. T. B L 6 WETT, L L. P., Jennings, Mo.
hollo (ilr.iiiiiiiar School.
10(1 MfnrMliall Avenue.
"IjtAMj TKRM OPKN8 SKHT. th. Nuj
I' ber ol pupils limited. Titer, are lew
Tnoano en, - nd those deairlni toentar pupil
should mnke early application, eithsr to tha
"Advisory Committee," or to R. M. H'll.KK.
Prineipal. l.uko W. Kinlay, Ur. U. I).
Haunders, Hun. E. S. Hammond, Adilsory
Corawltteo.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATOR;
0F MUSIC Boston, Mass.
' THS LAROEST.nd BET KOUIPPIO IntM
WOPI-D ia ltilrurtart,'.lik Mltiilrnli Utt Tp.r. Thnfr
oiisa iiilrnctlon In Voclaod luatrummilal Muilr, I'lano.nd
Orsail Tunhii. ritw Ar1.,Or.lorr, l.ltrr.liir.. Krni-li, (Irr
tn.u anil lUlUn Ihiiuk... KntllUh llr.iirhM.lljmii.illi'..
Co. Tuition, aI In a-.Vi 1b0.nl and i-mmi wllhHt..m IU.i.im)
Iwtrto l.lht, ! ;AW l.mi. full Term lwln Kn
.ntae, lA For llluitr.llralrtiil.r, with rullliirutinallna,
lUW E. ItlllHJKt, Dir., franklin ftp, IKIBItlN, mm
HH.TNVILliE .
FEMALE COLLEGE,
HUNT8VILI.E. A I. A HA MA. Thirty
seventh session beiftne Wednesday, Sep
tember 1, lHW. A desirable school for youi
daushters in all Dapartnv nts ol Female Kd
ucation. Supplied with new lnstrumenta.
Due Apiiaratua, and a full Faculty. Chariot
reasonable. For ca'ulil-l and tarma, applf
to A. UjlON KS, D.D.. L1..D., President.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
' Ul:lt OKI I l , VIKGINl.
The Slat Annnal Nraalnn Opsiua F
Irmbtir IA,
For catalne-un or simclnl Information, ap
ply to altillet ii P, u Va.
W. K. AWHOT, I'rinclpnl.
tlm 1st beptomlisr, Iw-. ( lores June, lw7.
Ifnsurpaased locittion, butUlinva, Krounds.
appointments. Full corps teachers; unri
valed advantages in Musin, LanKuaires, Klo
rution. Art, ll.Mik Kci'i"nii. IMivnical Culture-
Board, etc., with full Knalinh Course.
ilAO per entire nnijn. For full partiou-
ars aoiny 10 prinrioni lor mminnp.
Elmira College, For Women
Destined for such a limited numlier Ihstitn
dents may enjoy the pleasant associations ol
a model CbrUtian bums. It baa superior
l ollrae Vnnrnrm of almlyi also, tela- ,.,
tin and Pretiinriatury departments, with ,
emeptlonal advantases in Mualc ami Art,
The bullillna has all modern Improve
ments, Incluiliuit stoam bentina- and a pas
scru.r a.lri.lr. Addross KKV. A. W.
CIIWI.HS, D.b.. President, Klinlra, V. Y.
DR. D. S JOHNSON'S
IMIIVATK
MEDICAL DISPENSARY.
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Detween Main and Front.) MUMPUIS. .
IKsUbllihedin 1860.1
1)
R.JOHNSON Is acknowledged by alt par
tics Interested as by fur the most sue-
oessful physician in the treatmentof privet
or seorei diseases. Uuick, permanent, euraa
uaranteed in every rase, male or female,
leoent oaaea of tlonorrhea and Hyphilll
cured In a I w days without the use of mer
cury, cbanit of diet or hindrance from
business. Secondary Hyvhllis, the last res
tigeeradloated without the use of mercury.
Involunsary loss of semon stopped in short a
ti mo. Hulforera from impoteucy or loss ol
rcvril p 'wors restor a to free vigor in a few
necks. Victims of a e-abuse and eicaniv.
vunery, aufierinv from spermatorrhea and
loss of physical and mental power, linedlly
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Diseases of Women, and
cures gutiriintned. Piles and old sores oured
withoutthe use of onualleor the knife. All
oonaultiitiuna strictly cotiSdential. Medi
cines sent by eipross to all parts of ths
country.
erWorlitngma cured at half the usual
rates. Ollice hours from H o'clock a.m. to V
o'clock p.m. J). H. JOHNSON. M.I).
UKAI.T1I IN KI.III.-D. K. 0.
Wirt', Naava and 1Iri laaiTuaaT,
agnaranieed speoitio for Hysteria, Disat
ness, Convulsions, Fits. Nervoui Neural,
gla, lleadaohe, Nervc-s Pnistratiun, oausea
by the usa of alaohol or tobacool Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, Ho'tanlnt of tha
llrain, rosulting in innanity and Ion tngto
misery, decay and death I Premature ma
Ago, liarrenness, Loss of Power In either
fx: Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, onnsi J by over-esortion ol toe brain,
solf-abusa oroveriuiliilaence. Kaoh boioon
tains one montP'. treatment. II a bog, of
sig boges for lri, lenl bv mail prepaid, 00
receipt of price. We soap nice Sis Hales
to our any ease. With each order received
by ns for sig boges, accompanied with s.'i.
wa will send the purohaser our written
guaractoe to refund the money If the treat
ment doe' "Ot effect a cure. Ouarantaal
Issued only b A HKNKKKT 00.. Urru
ri.ts. Mmi-hl.. T.fie.
nroitrtn aTi uii. KtrrRTES-
M anaj,K4i. wtTIK. FROM
lllKKKSlluHN UNKXCKLI.KD rua
FAMILY UUB HKt't.MMKNO
Kl HY TIIK
lllghett Mfdlcnl Aiilhorlllra.
Boln Agents fir Mami'Ms,
J A t o II N ll .lrl It DTT,
to.n.n i.ssio.M.ifN male
OF
It HAT estate.
a
No. 2HM, It. I.-Ch-csry Court of Rhelb
County 0. W. llnrbert, iidiuinistratoi,
vs. L. S. Ilond ct nl.
IN pumuniice of ihe terms of a decroe In
theubove staled f.iu-0. 1 will, as Specal
Coiiimlsslonnr, proceed to sell, at publltt
auction, to the highest bidder, at the south
west corner ol Mum and Muditon streets, ltt
Memphis, Tunn., on
luexlny. 1 :t t la liiy of July. IHH6,
the tnlluwing desoiihed real estate, in bhelby
counly, namely: Lots Nos. 4 and iiotlha
llarbort subdivision, as mado intheoaseoi
John llarbert vs. K A. Hicks et al, lately
pending in the Second Chnncery Court of
blielby County, to which re'erence is made.
Lot No. 4 ol enid subdivision, fronting HI
leet on S'uth side of Jackson street by 150
leet to an alley ... , .
Lot No. tl of said suhdlvisloa, fronting!!
teuton north side of Alston avenue bylH
leet deep loan alley.
Kaid property will be sold on Ihe lollowir (
terms, namely: One hilf of the eurchai
money to be paid 'n cah and the balance (
a credit ot sig months from the date ol sal
the purchaser to etecu'e notes with approra
personal security tor the deterred payments,
and a lien to be retained on the property soldi
lis a further security, the notes to draw in
terest from dato. .
Irtorve the right of making one bid or
each lot so d. ..,,
Bale to begin at 12 o clock "on.
Special Cviuimssiouer.
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