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MEMPHIS DAILY A.PPEAI. TUESDAY, JULY UJ, lSS'J.
3
ucKsura, MISS.
JUDGE SI II HALTj A CAMUDATE
FOB CONGRESS
In tho Miofstrinj District as the
ncimb'kaii Opiiouett of Wen.
Catchings.
lC0ERI8P0XDSSC OF THE APPE1I..I
VicKiu-rta. Mu-a, July 10. The in-cl'-fiod
inti- rvi w nppet i ad in tha Vicka
bur,; l'o". 3 few a is sge. 1 lease dive
it spice in tho Aitkal ia the iatf ret
of tie dwel'o b of the valley among
wh itn yi ur paer lipssuch a la'ge cii
cv.lat'c n. At a uuetioft of the Repub
lican Executive Uonimitttie of this
dist'ict fceld io Greenville oq the 9th
intt , the uimovt unive-sal eettiment
wa agnioft coajiutiDg a mgro tgain
in this district. They now nee the
mistake tf Pfa-ca'a candidacy two
years ago. Judtte Simrall will be a
candidata be!ore the conventbn for
the nomination, and it is generally
conceded that he is the strongest
candidate whom the Republicans
could pu in the field. Qaite a nuin
ber of Democrats have openly an
nounced tfreir intention to vote for
for Judge SimraU in the event of his
being nominated. The only an
nounced candidates are Judge Bimrall
and J as. M. Jibson, jr.
INTERVIEW WITH JUDGE SIMBAIX.
A'icksbnrg Post: A reporter of the
Post meeting Judge Simrall in the city
yes etday, ra'd ti him: "It baa been
reported, Judgn, that you would be a
candidate for CoDEress. Is it so or
not?"
Jndcra Simrill Mv present purposo
is to become a candidate for Congret s
from this district. It is too lar in ail
Knrft of the eleet'oo to make a formal
announcement; but in due time I will
make formal announcement of my
tandieacv.
RBport'or Why are yon inclined to
become a candidte,and wbatareyonr
views upon the cnrraLt topics oi inter
est to the people?
Judge Simrall The question is a
very bread one, opening up the en'ire
field of polit e?. I have reason to be
lieve, and in thot belief many of my
friends concur, that we woaid have a
fair ballot and an honest count. Con
fidence in the ballot box rtslored and
an honest election assured, would
bring untold good, morally and mate
rially, to our people. And if I cou d
contribute m evtrso small a degree to
that reeult it would be the beet ser
vice that I could reader the public. I
am in favor of the equal civil and p
litical rigbts of all American citizens.
The special need of the Sjuth at this
day cannot be met by an appeal to
the pwa'cnt political thought of
twenty-five or thirty yeara ago. Our
prosperity would be promoted by a
liberal exercise of those powers con
ferred by tbe constitution upon
Corgress, wbich look to the f ottering
and protection of diversified indus
tries and employment;. ' The South
ern States bave more iion ore
and coal and timber than all tbe
other States combined. These, ad
ded to our agriculture and i's possi
bilities, oor extensive tytem of water
ways, and our favorable climate give
us largely the advantage over our
Bitter Siatos and Territories. Our
piejsirjg need is to c'aim of tbe com
mon government such aids as favor
ing legislation can sive, to more
rapidly develop bur natural resources.
This can partially be accomplished by
the improvement of the waterways
aid interior herbord,thereby cheapen
ing transpoi tation and enhancing the
value of commodities to the producer;
by protecting labor and its prodac's
in toe form of diecriminating imposts
en tbe foreign competing articles
wrought by a cheaper labor. Solid
community prcsperily iB dependent
Oi ! agriculture, manufactures and com
merce, 'i be presence of these create
home markets, the best for all classes.
They stimulate industry, increase
popu ation, create and diffuse wealth.
We must ever hold fast to a national
cuirency such as we now have, the
best and ea ft st yet devited. Tbe pro
tection of tbe lower Delta of tae
Mississippi River from annual recur
' ring iluotfs, so as to increase its pro
duction, is a subject eo large and im
portant that I consider it an indispen
eible factor in any scheme of river im
provement. You will perceive tbat I
would support, if in Congress, any fair
and equitable bill containing the pro
teetive principle; and measures to en
large and extend our foreign commerce
by judicious aids to steamship lines;
measures which would increase and
cheapen tracsportation by the Im
provement of our rivers and interi, r
liarbois. I will add, that under the
constitution tbe fame favor and pro
tection of intetior harbors of our
rivers can bo expended by Congress as
has hereto'ore been extended to those
on the seaboard ; as tbe power t) ex
pond money for the fonntr is coex
tensive with the right to make appro
priations for tbe latter. Interstate
commerce is far in excess of our for
eign commerce, and it would seem that
Hie dry ol musing it Site and cbtap
is more imperative than the obligation
to foster the foreign. The harbors of
Yicksburg and Greenville ttand
on the earto footing in so far
ss the c n Blitutional power of Con
gres to appropriate money for tbeir
improvement is concerned, as do tho
narbors on the seaboard; and n hon
ored with a (eat in Congress, I ehould
enforce that view upon it with such
ability as I might po ses. As we ex
port but little in comparison with the
commerciril States of Europe to Cen
tral and S.iutb. America; to compete
with Europe ar d ultimately gain as
cendency in thfse markets, we must
liave steamship lines to their ports.
It is tho plain duty of Congress to aid
in tbeir establishment in all legiti
mate ways by liberal encouragement.
It has been the policy of Congress to
give rational aid for the education of
tne people. Witdora and good policy
require (as the condition of the Treas
ury will admit of it) a continuation of
this policy, with a more liberal
hard, so as t prepare the more
illiteiate cf our population for
tbe duties (f citizenship. I ap
proved cf the grant by Congress
for the establishment of mechanical
atd industrial schools, and heartily
favor the B'air bill now pending in
Congress. It is generally conceded
that this district 1 is in politics Repub
lican, and tbat many elections thereto
fore have not expressed the will of the
majority of tbe vo'ors. It would seem
a good policy in the future for us to
so conduct our elections that the
party holding the certificate of election
may" take his seat without doubt or
suspicion of his right to di so; his
power and ability to serve the poople
would theieby be greatly increased.
I would appeal to all the voters of tha
district for their suffrages, who agree
with me in the views thus briefly out
lined, and who think that I migot
perhars be more etlicientthan another
who may seek their support, in en
forcing them.
Brnlal Jlnider in ManeuM.
Sr. Lone, Mo., July 12. A special
from Coldwater, Kas., states tbat a
biual ni'i-di r lts j.:st I't-eu com
miit:d lif'e.tii mil-k Biiilh cf tint
plac. Johi U Xi'lFim, u wtaHiy
land owner pnd a mai cf tbont fi.'ty,
has frequency fo'bi -id. n pt-rs ns frrm
gntheiin:; wild unis from ih? tick
ets uroo lis ireiii'fis Ycs:tLiy
mornirig he ordered ril fever.il ycun j
men, a'lcf whom, with the exception
of J. 1. K'ymer, n n cf. a nH'yhb'.ir,
retired without Hny troub'c. Ktymer,
however, avauhed and sLainuIul y
abuse! the old gentl-rLaru In tho
afternoon Frank Ne'tvm as tent to
watch tbe g ove and gath-.r plums.
As lie did not return for supper a
search wfs made nnd his i!ed body
was found under a tree humbly mil i
la ed. llis deith w. s caused by a
rifle ohcr, the ball having passed
through the neck. The skull was
cmshed, the fice and biva-t covered
with heel niarka and biiiises by a
bluet irs'rument. AbmtS o'clock a
gunehbt ws heard in the thicket and
Rayiner was eeen akuiking from it
with a Winchester ritle in his band.
lie immediately lelt the country,
going, it is supposed, to tbe Indian
Territory.
TOLAR EXPEDITION.
ANOTHER EFtOKT TO BE
TO FIND TBE
MADE
Borlta Pole by Col. Cilldcr, f th
Xtw Terk Ilrrald SlafT
Ilia Plana.
Naw Yobk, July 12 Col. Gi'der, a
Herald representative, will sterc this
evening on an exploring expedition cf
tbe unknown regions to the north of
the American Cunt ner.t. lie firct
robs to New Loadon, Cjiio., and there
will take paspage on the northern
whaler, Era, Capt. Spiccr, which will
land him at a point on Cumberland
Inlet, whence he hopes by a bold da h,
to rtach the most ncrJiorn latitude
that has yet been touched, and if pos
sible plant the American standard on
the point geographically known as the
North Pole. Col. Gilder possesses an
unique experience to aid him in the
enterprise. His journey with Lieut.
Schwatka, in tearch of tbe relics cf the
Sir jJobn Franklin expedition is a
matter of hittory. He was also on
board tbe Rodgsra when she was de
stroyed by tire on tbe north coast of
Siberia. After tbat disaster be made
his celebrated journey oi 2000 miles
down the river Lena to Irkutsk,
iha capitil of Siberia. During this
great tramp he formed the notion of
reaching the North Pole on foot, and
it haa been with him ever eince. La it
night a reporter found him making
his last preparations for tbe voyage.
"Yes, I am pretty nearly fixed for the
voyage," he fa d, "and here ia Mr.
William Urifii hs, the only white man
who is to accompany me. We don't
take much along with w. We shall
have a Sharp's r.fl, four Winchesters,
two Ireechjoadiog ehoUuns and eev
eral muzzle loading guns and provis
ions for one year. Tne schooner :a,
after leaving New London, will touch
at three places, the list one cf which
wi l be Kikerton, on the north side of
Cumberland inlet. There I expect to
remain about a year to get a party of
natives to accompany me, as at the
time I arrive they will all be out
hunting. But if I am able to make
up my party in time the vessel will
take me across Ballius bay to some
point on the southern part of Green
land, where I shall be picked
up by some Scotch wbaler next year
from St. Johns, N. F., and carried
o Melville bay or to the Cary
Islands near Smith's Sound. Or they
may land me on the western coast as
high up as they can get, which ia
about 78, 60 If I am landed there I
can work my way to Fort Conger in
Lady Franklin Hay, and from there
make my dash to the pole on the
route laid down by LL-ut. Lnckwotd
of tbe Greely expedition, wbo
reached latitude 82, 9 or about 936
miles from the pole. Lockwood could
have easily gone 100 miles fuither, so
Greely etatis, if he bad bet er sleds
andgcod driver?, but he was directed
to return as soon as his supplies were
exhausted and to run no litk. I shall
be hampered by no instructions, and
I bave had experience of this kind of
work, too, and I have fall confidence
cf being able to rejeh a much higher
latitude if I am ab'e to reach Fort
Conger. Probably tbe difficulty will
be to make that point. But if 1 could
get anywhere near Cape Sabine by
vessel, I could cross overland to Cape
Lock woe d up Greely Fiord, and then
I would be able to add to the maps
the land to tho immediate northward,
which is believed to exist, but has
never been seen.
We pronosj to live principally on
fish and gitme we J meet with ou the
journey, ii.it ia case of necessity
there are many points below the
mouth of Smith's Sound whore pro
visions have been left by previous ex
peditions. I shall , take two siech
one larue one and one email cne for
myself and Mr. Griffith. When we
enn get no fuither wit'i the Urger one,
we shall go with the smaller. When
we are compelled to do so we shall
abandon that even to tbe extent of
being y ithout f jod for teveral days if
necsary."
"And what do yon expeet to find ?"
"I shall try to reach the polo. I ex
pect to find an open sea, to some ex
tint not a uavigablo sea, however."
. Bnrlnl of Paul llMyne, ibe Poet.
Augusta, Ga., July 12. The re
mains of Paul Hamilton llayne were
buried yesterday afternoon in tbe Au
gUHta Cemetery, in a portion donated
by tbe city for the purpose of receiving
the body of the most d'Stinquished
Southern poet. The funeral took
Blace at St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
ishop Beckwith, the Rsv. C. C. Wil
liams and Bishop-elect Weed, cf
Florida, officiating. Bishop Beckwith
delivered an eloquent and impressive
funeral cation, depicting in glowing
terms the wonderful genius of tbe
deceased, and his suulime faith in
Chritt. The church was crowded with'
tbe most prominent citizens.and every
mark of respect was paid to tho dead
poet.
Arreata Under th Excite Law a(
Kew York.
Nbw York, July 12. Ninety-eight
arreets, the highest figure reached
since the excise law went into effoct,
were yetterday made in this city for
violation of the exciss ordinance. The
hot weather, it is raid, has been the
main causa of thn exceesive violations,
tbe thirsty crowds demanding admis
sion to the side doors, and front doors
also, while the proprietors have, in a
measure, bee mie indifferent to the
oft repeated threats of arrest.
Released on Ball.
Tkoy, N.Y., July 12. "Billy" Por
tsr, the notorious ciacksman,wbo was
in jail here awaiting trial on charge
of robbing, in connection with "Shee
ny" Wilce Curtz, L.Marks s Son of
f 1000 worth of diamonds, was released
on bail this aftorncon in the sum of
$.'0,000. Porter's bondsmen are John
11. Gleeson. James Ryan and Police
man Them as Danahy.
Subscribe lor the "Appeal."
iVisaviLLK, m.
JOHN' 31. LEV AMI E. W. t'OT.F,
Till. 1V0
Mo.,t I'uMic Spirited Mtn of llio
SUt Capital n hat Tlicy
Have Ddiip fur It.
lconBK9POKDNrc or thk ii-i-bal.!
NashvIi.lk, Tknx., Ju'y 10. The
legular 1) m icratic tickrt for judicial
county ollic.rs wi!l be elected. The
Cirvais for Attorney-Genera! is vry
net ana u iter, ut eo much as bo-
tweeen tho candida'ea as between
Jurfge Reid, the Republican candidate
a:id tne rashvilm ( nion and American,
particularly tl.e tnion, whose pnuci
pal editor, Col. A. S. Co'yar, Judge
Keid atta.ks bit erty in all bis
speeches. Tie Union makes strong
auu tijica repiits.
Tbe wheat crop in Middle Tennessee
is very fire, co'withstacding tbe
heavy ra'ns in Ju a.
Coi. E. C. McDowell, of Columbia,
formerly of Memphis, is urged to let
liis name go before the Mite Conven
tion. He would make a sirong candi
date aud a most excellent Governor.
Nashville has tome most energetic.
enteiprieing public spirited and ba-
nevoient cirz-ws, among whom 1 will
mention Col. E. W. Cole and James
M. Lea. They use their wealth for
good purposes. Toey ate right on
almost every question. Eitherof them
would make a good United States
Senator. They are foremost in every
f:o-:d work. Sam Watkins, in lis
ifetime, and John M. Lea eetiblisbed
tbe Mission Home for the recUma'ion
and support of poor, abandoned wom
en who were willing to quit their evil
ways and reform their conduct. This
was a noble act which will make their
namesnotenly honorable but honertd.
Col. E, M. Cole is now doing, and
ha? been for years do ng an immense
deal for the city. Ho is, I may s-iy,
the main pillar cf the Metboditt
Church. He not only professes, but
he practi'-es Christianity. The Ran
dall Cole Institute, which he g,vo to
the S'atp, will hand down his name to
posterity. It is for tbe education cf
the poor boys wbo have no homes, no
money, no friends, and who wonl l he
come worthless and abandoned. He
gave 100 a :res of land with a fine house
on it to this institute. Tbe place is
within two miles of this City. It
might and should be made a great in
dustrial school. The Tennessee Legis
laiure should, by all means, aid it lib
erally. No man Id Tennessee is doing
more for the State than E.
W. Cole. The finest building
in Nashville is the Cole
building, where the old S:ate IBank
once stood, cn the corner nf Cherry
and Union Btreeta. Col. Cole is an
affable man, plain and unassuming in
his manners, and has done an immense
deal of good to this city. There is
some internet felt here to know what
will be the position of tbe Democratic
party on tbe temperance question and
on tbe Bla'r bill. Tbe temperance
question ehould be remitted to the
counties and tho State Convention
should make uo declaration on the
question. It might be beat not to euy
anything in regard to the Blair bill, as
the party is not united oa that ques
tion. We are having fine rains today.
The weather was very hot and it was
getting very hot. The rain today in
this city was veiy heavy.
It is understood here tbat Gov. Har
ris intends to cinvufs tbe istate against
the Blair bill. This will lead to a
general discussion of that question.
The c.owdat Monteegle this year
will be very large.
There is tome prospect of getting a
direct road to Huntsvilln by the Nash
ville and Chattanooga Railroad Com
pany. Nashville Is a much hotter city than
Memphis.
JACKiON, MISS.
Frcliclit . Tariff Deelared hj tne
Kallroad 1'oininlnalou,
ICnBalSPONDINCI OP THR AFPIAL.J
Jacksox, Miss., July 11. Yesterday
the Railroad Commies'on, after sev
eral con'erancaa with the representa
tives of the road, promulgated a freight
tariff for the Illinois Central railroad,
reducing the rates of that road in this
State, including a general reduction
on cotton.
Tbe commission, by a rule which
they have adopted, apply the rates
promulgated to freight coming from
poin's wi'hout the Stats to points
within, and to that shipoeu irom
points within to points without, on
any of the lines operated in this State
which extend bevond its limits.
Tbe height taiiff of the Vicksburg
and Meridian rai'read was reduced
and also that of the Mhaiesippi and
Ten nc s os railroad.
The reduced freigLt tariff of tho
Memphis, Birmingham mil Atlantic
rai'road, (tibmit'.ect to tho commission
within the pest few days, was ap
troved. The exittinsr freight rates of
tbe Nat'jhez, Jackson and Columbus
railroad were approved.
The promu'gation cf tho tariff of
cbargB for the other railroads ia the
State was postponed until the next
meeting of tho board, which will be
on the 201 ii instant.
Mr. John Sharp, a very highly es
teemed and exemplary c.tizen of this
community for some thiny-fivn years
past, died laet night from a stroke of
fiaralysis received on ThurEday last,
le leaves a great many friends. His
funeral took place from the Roman
Catholic Church at 5:30 o'clock this
afternoon, and was attended by a large
concourse of citizens and Jackson
Fire Company No. 1, of wbich he was
an honorary member. d. p. p.
y . cnrrii a i .
EXTRACT
MOST PERFECT MA3E
Vanilla. Letiiin, HoMf '!'? ', .-.";? J-
ili.vor at delicately an . . s'-e uJ
price bac& trjfc&Ai )-;:?.,
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DEMOCRATS TO THE FRONT To all
. peraoua eekli)r Uoverninnt Em
ployment in any of tba department!
Wuhintrton, or any othor ponitioni under
thetioTernment, I will send fall tnitruotiont
to bow to rod to obtain tne Mae,
and lllank fnnnKef AniillmMon on
moeiiit ol (Joe Dollar. AddreMPJUHR
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Prof. Chs. Litfwig Von Seeger
Prvftnwr if Xtrdicinr til th? H'Wil l"illlvrifir;
Kaiukl nf tkr Hiiltnl Austrian thdrr at the Inm
(roien; Kntnhl i Hut hi a it J t'j' of Oit llftuil $jim-i-h
Vnter f lutlvHii; A'iiiV;' ot tr tiwal
VtiRttiffi Ordrf "f th t:d y.'tglf, t'lttvaiter
vf th4 Lrgionuf (iH-tr, ,'fi'., c.,.ii:
"I.IKItlU ((l.'.MCK' t HEIIF TItKlC
rhoul.l not lie ront'undoil Willi the honle
of tr.thy oure-a'l. it is in noftenaeot llie
wo-d h iiatcnt remedy. 1 am ihoiv.uuhiy
o.nversaut with its moie ot tirei:irHliou
d K'Miyt it to berotonly a letiitttuHte ihr
mareutical proiluot. but atfo worihv nt the
ImkIi cooimendatiouii it has received in all
!aru ot' the world It cunUinfl e.-aeni-e oi
loof, Cool, Quinine. Iron and Cnl'Ta,
whirti ure diraolvod in iure iivnuine bpun
ish Im erial Crown Sherry."
Invaluable to all who are Run Down, Ner
vous, Dyspeptic, liilioua. tMalHrimm or af
flicted with weak kidneys, amare ol
Imllnllou.
Her Majcaiy'a Fnvorile 4'oamrlle
lilycvrluv.
Vned bv tifr Royal iiieh nt tht Pi'incfu of
Wnln and the nobility. For the Skin. Cora-
Sleiion, Kruitioni, Chapping, Houthnesa.
1.00. 0fdruiU.
MEBIU :'0.'M Uenalae Hyrnp ol
a)nniinrllln ia guaranteed u tho bet
Saraaiiarilla in the market.
w. Y. ni-pot. as mum at wiwef.t.
FOR
SICK .HEADACHE,
BILIOUSNESS,
CONSTIPATION
And DYSPEPSIA,
USE
DR. C. McLANE'S
ELEIIR.1TEI
LIVE! PILLS
PREPARED BY
FLEMING BROS.,
PITTSBCRO, PA.
BE SURK YOU OET THR 0KNUINK. Tha
Countorfeita are made in St. Louia. Mo,
HUMPHREYS'
DR. HUMPHREYS'
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UllGIfOLIA
STOCK FARM.
1. W. OOOHRaN.
I. ni'Di.itT Fiivaia.
COCHRAN & FRAYS EB,
Ownna and Proprletam,
On Horn Lake Itoati, 8 Miles from C:C,
SUFFICIENT caiturnn for SO) hen,
atoek. Charge Irom tl 60 to lo if
month, aecordlDg to care and kind of paat
uruia. llnga, cuttlo, cnlvoa, sheep and
lamue for aale. Partiea deairing pasturage
for atock, or to Purchajie or aell atook, will
correspond with
W. 8. JACKSON, Agent, on the Place.
Telephone 3HI or
r WILBOE'3 COMPOUND OP x
PURE COD LIVED
k. vau auix dUJUJe j
"O $t or
tlel theUrnnlne rllcla The ar rent
popularity of "Wilbor'a Compound ol Ood-
Liver Wi and Lime bas innucea some iin
prinoiplod i.orniini to attempt to palm off a
simple article of their own manufacture;
but anv tiersnn who ia sunorina fioin Couaha.
Colda or Consumption, should be careful
whrre they purchnne this artiote. The re-
aulta ot its use are Ha best recominenuauona;
and tho proprietor has ample evidence on
file of ita iroat aucrosa in rnlmonary com
plainta. The Phosphate of Lime icseasea a
most marvolous hrnling power, ua combined
with the pure Cod-LivorOil bj l)r. Wilbor.
It ia proso'ibod by the modioal faculty. Hold
by A. U. Wilbob, ChemiH, Huston, and
d-UBitistSj
I E3CTXIAOT
ACID IRON EARTH
la an aqneoiie solution of the aol.
able matter la a mineral earth
fonnd In Choctaw county, Ala.,
near the lamoua lllndon mineral
springe. This earth had sjreat lo
cal celebrity aa " Koajera' Darth,"
from tbe name ol the diacoyerer
of the bed or mine, now owned by
the Acid Iron IJartli Company, of
nubile, Ala.
For Dyapepala,all derangement
of the Dlgeetlre Orajana and tha
I.lver.Nhln Dlaeaaea, Cnta, Bnrna,
(icalds nnd Hrniaca. ACID I ICON
KAKTII la a speiilic. Hheuma
flam and other chronic diaeaaea
yield to Ha curative power with
out fail.
Entirely free from Alcohol or any drug what
ever, ACID IRON EARTH fully deserve! tha
wordt embraced In lt trademark, "NATURE'S
PWN REMEDY." lee free pamphlet, to ia
bad of all Druggists.
At Wholeanl by Van Vlet t Co.
UflMTrfl AtiKNTB. Men and Women,
WAN I tU .oil "IUK CHILU'8
BIBLR " Introduction bl K.J 11. Vin-
aent, D.D. Una asent hat aold S Sin a to a
01 74 people! one 7a In a Tillage, oi 7sH ona
naw atcenttsftln 10 daya: one iK two joooi
aira weeks; ona 4U io 3 daya at two different
timet, lkxpericnoa notnecaaaery. A idraaa
UAHMKLib VU. (L't a.l
V) Uearboin ttrtoi Chicago.
flmr tnnr.v torrfo achffl pr.e'a nonr head
haa, and wht au.r.riim is cauaod l y ttwift'rSIWJ
DTJtuacnett. jciK'i nitty w utw in mi .mtiuw, imAUtan, it 10 aitn-wt hk; "
iSrontiiric, or tick HfHiiutlio ty tho uhi of' Tak Kitouk. M. r., rol,Mlro.
MXrtCvYmD v!l'11 oin-nU, liutl "Tim nitrt! T'Jaunis in csw ..f Nari.iv
VvV wluih 1 a cur (or Kcrvoiw hiw with mumv-w In nlniNt wry UaUoum.
Hcjdhe. KruraWa, Uhoum;ln SduH,. Vl.rSSSSl Ohio,
tmdtrout. o pn,rn, tary i,HMliolno has rver TflHniTr,1!n,..Wna.oodternailatw.
otxalncd uih simug cudurscnicnt from tho 0MMO habitual llradaoi.." wul" "
medical proli aslon. I Turn. llaiiMt. M D , St Tbomna, M.i.
FOH HALF BT ALT. IHt7GGIRT8. PIIICE OXK PtM.I.AK I'KK IIOTTI.R.
A. A. rVIELLIEff, W..l Pr,.rn-t.T. 7tri and 711 WasiiiTUN avKVI'K HT l.dl""
J. T. FARGASON.
C. 0. II BIS.
, T. FARGASQN & GO,
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
3S9 Frost Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton coniigned to ua will have onr careful attention. We earry at all times a well-
aelocted stock oi
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wines, LIqucrsJobacco & Cigzrt
And will aoll na Low aa tli lwl.
THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEl'T,
Iron and
Braaa
Taatl
Englnoe
Baw-nilla,
rlat- Mllla'
aa.mnaA
Bnlldlni;
worn,
Heaeral
Bepalra
a . .. . -J-JR rlaauiai; CHH.i-aa
jaisina isyw-rry lsi; a-ti-i-kA.
H10N & BAILWAY SUPPLY DEPI", 2UG and 2'-'8 Second St.
(Successors In thla ienartment to JOHN MANOGUK.)
ajrWHtenaJoHnOmM
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
N. M. JONES, President. I. F. PKTERS, Vlce-Preaident.
DW. 1). K. HAWRIE, Feoretary and Treasurer.
(Nnrceaaora lo PeleraJA Sawrle,)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE "MAGNOLIA BRAND"
UeaCstFineniis
36, 38 and 40 JcOorson Street.
siHnoTonn i
N. M. JONES, JNO. K. SPEED, I. F. PKTKRS, OKO. ARNOLD, W. D. F. 8AWR1II
D.T. POUTER.
Siooesson to PORTER, TAYLOR t C0H
Cotton Factors
AH D
WIIOliENAI.i: GlUICEIta,
WO. SOO FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS- TCT1
J. A. BAILEY.
J. L BAILEY & CO,,
330 ftecoml iHlrcci, Memplils.
ALAKOO AND OOMPLETR STOCK OF PHMBKRH, OAS AND STBAM FITTER
Materiala, Pumin, Driva Wells, Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe, Uaa Fizturea, Olobea, Kto
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers, .
Ni. 11 Union Street,
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring,
R. L.COCHRAN &Co
AW AID li.aHINt.DiIU,, AT-TAaII.
A. VACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOS. S78 ATXU 880 FRONT STREET TtFMPHIS
bLEDEBR08.,of Corao.MlnB. F.
COTTON FAOToBS,
Nog. 3S6 and 358 Front Street -Memphlf, Tenn.
iker.fhorntoi & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 306 Front street, x leiuphla. Tcim
A,
I W tb tfrlnl arhoe and imlna ol i
R. A. PARKER.
K. L. WOODttN
AND MACHINE COMPAN
KiOto 174 Adams St., Momphip
Bar Iron,
Boiler Iran
Hoop, Rnael
and
Nheet Iron
aWnla,
lyeta.
Ball way
Niippllra
U. W. HACBAE.
U. K. WITT.
9
: x Memphis. Tens,
Molding, Lumber,
Celling and Cedar Posts.
M. XORFLEET, Regldont Portlier.
v'.wl.-
a a a an aa st a bbbb vv laatssvit aa
Hl AT10XAL.
(";ini Coinvay Institute.
H il l, kl lll'l V
Tionday, October 4, 1886.
t.iiriilliut'iit Li-t Tii'iii, S22.
ASCHO Ij for tho develripujent of vifor-
on-, tlmutfh iu , nnliU n 'minhool.
This ruxult in ruHchetl hy hrotidth aoi
thoroutihin'Kri nf inmruction atxl tho awaken
inc il luiiirnt. cftrne-t oniio.iv r. A now
fttitl onHiiiii'tii .in .MiirJiiig dei'Hrtinent baf
ju.-i I'ccn coin, 1 -U'd.
i hi li'iiiri .it 1 1 of dreM mak.ntr nd mil
lintTV it Htldi-a i, r the 6rnt time.
in tho uhp;iio uf tho Priin'iptl. who in ia
I'urn.'e f r tho Htuiiiupr, oiIhIokuos will b
turn.- hod m a ic iiioa to Mm. K. P. Mor
'.iii, tli Ad Mr.-t, or tliey will bo lound
t unyf Ui rijy In. ..it ft i treat.
AUGUSTA
F
A LE SEMINARY
STAlLliTOX, VA.
MISS MAUV J. BALDWIX, PKLV.
Opent 1st Hiteoil.r. 18S-. f lus.a June, 1HH7.
l'nauriassej loi-ation, liuililinas, iirounda,
ai'pointinenta. Full corps teui'tiora; unri
valeil advantacrs in Mumo, LanicuiiKea, K.lo
cutiun. Art, look-Keriiifr, l'liymcal Cul
ture Boarl, etc., Willi full Knuli-h Course.
nr entire session. For lull i.artiou
ars annlT to rrinripwl fur i-atalomin.
ST. LOU 13 SEMINARY
Prlvnt Select School of HlKhQrndefor
a limited number of VOUNO LAOII8.
Ivud Kt WfXHitpitiil, In rlrtw of Ht. Ixnit, TTsk
ntltv ntHiiulinulBof thAvliweraDitnr It iBIIJh
cunt HiiMK. OruHiilMNt IK7I. For ywtrn mil niome
hnr tMii lakpn cur If, Oimnsti of lnntnictlon U
Err tluimuKh. Muioi iKtl antl InNtrumeiitau,
LtiHUHKtMi: Auclont and llmlsm. Art: I'uluUiuf
ami Drnwinst. HohM of lmrtrot'tion: Bnwo, all
highly nualllmil (or their rs(awiitwrt rowjtfc
To isMnin rtMim apfiiioiittoti mnrt Iw xuado atari.
Sot Onliilotin n.litriNM the JMurlital.
. T. BLtWKTT, LLeD., Jennlnge, Mo
Kolfe (iraniinar ISchool.
10U lHrNhall lieiine.
iALL TFHM 0PKN8 SKIT- 27th. Num
ber ot I'uixift i inn I ft J. There are lew
vaomimen, ml thosu UMrini luentor iuiilf
houlil make early H'ilicntittn. either tn the
"Advisory (Vinmittoe'or to H. M. KdLKK,
Vrinrfixtl. Luke W. Kiniay, Dr. I. I.
Sniindrp. lion. H- H. IlumuioDd, Advinorr
l''MI1TPUtfO.
Elmira College, For Women
Designed lur mirh a limited number that ato
donts may enioT the easunt aaootationa of
a iniiilel tlirt-tian loiiie. It has euiwrlor
t'ollritr I rara ol almlyi also, KolfW
I In and T rl..r di-iartuiont, with
exoeitinnal adrantaaes in SiiimIa and 4 ri.
The building haa all tnmiern i in pro Ye
menis, Including steam heatina and a pas
ser gar stlotetlo'. Address UKV. A. W.
t'OWI.KS. D.U.. Hrealdent, Klrnlra, N. Y.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATOR
0F MUSIC Boston, Mass..
' THB LAROCtTand BEST IQUIPPID lataa)
WORLD tlHJ Iiiitrurton.H Sliitlniifa last Tnar. Thoe.
onan tnmui.tlun In Voralamt lii.truiii.nlal Mlll(,, IManoans)
OriranTunlut, Fill. Arts, Oratory, l.ttraliir., Fr.nrh, Uw
Biao and Italian ljanrnaiiat, Cngllih Hranrh.i, tlntmiastlc.
to. 'lltlon.SAtnSs'iboardanilriHiniwIthni.am lltatana)
Iwtrlo Main. 111" Itnr t.nn. arnll Term rfli "aj.
tatnbarS, Ism. for lllmtrMwl r.l.nnar, with full lue'rni.tioa,
taUiwa, B T01IIUt:i;,l)lt.,rreiialln IHIH IHiN. Maaa
IIIJMTM iTLk
FEMALE COLLEGE.
HUNT8V1XLE, ALABAMA. Thlrtl.
aer.nth session heaina Wednesday, tleaa
teniher 1, lHHti, A desirable school for yont
daushtera In all l)eiartm nta nl Female Bib
ueation. Huiiulied with new Instrument,
Una Aiiparatita, and a full Kadulty. Charset
reasonable. For oatalngura and teruts, applt
to A. U JONKS, U.D.. LL. P., President.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BKIirOKD O , VllildlKlA.
The Slat Annnnl Ncaaloai llpcina Htp.
Iriubrr IS, IhhU.
For catalog uo or special Information, ap
ply to Hiillovna V. In.
W. H. ABIIOT, Pr'.nrlpatl.
1)
It. HAltlJl'N NE.MIXAHY,
IMnaliTlllP. Tenn Real Boulharn
Home lor II iris. IIMI Olrls thla year. A non
aeutarian school. I'atroniied by luen of lib
eral minda tn all cburchoa. llnsaruasaed in
Music Art and Languages. For Catalogu.
ddress lK, W. I;. WAKII.
CI V 1 1., HI M'H A N III I. anil MININIi
K K U I N K t H I SH nl t Ue K is alnr
FoljTltnlo iDatltiilx, Troy, M. T.
The oldeat engineering school lo America.
Next tann begma September IHh. Tbe Keg
later for lrUVj ountaina a liat ol Ih. graduates
for the past til yeara, with tnilr positional
alao, course nf study, requlremenui, ei
ixnaea.ote. Candidntot from a ditanoe, or
those living In distant Statin, by special ex
aminntiona at their hnmes, ot at such sobonla
aa they may Ija attending, may determine
tha quiinu of admission without ylsitlng
Tfo. For register and lull information, aa-
HAVIll M. HHKBNK, Director.
DU. Df S, JOHNSONS
P1MVATJS
MEDICAL DISPENSARY,
No. 17 Jeffeuon Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
IKatablished in lnoO.1
1 R.JOIINSUN is acknowledged by all par-i-'
ties Interested aa by far the most suo
oeaaful phyaician in thatreatnientuf tiriyat.
oraeoret diaeaaea. Quick, permanent ourea
guaranteed In every ease, male or female.
Recent eaaea of (lonorrh.a and Byphill
cured In a few days without tha usa of mer
cury, chantia of diet or hindrance frura
businesa. heenndnry Synhllia, thelaat yes
tig, eradicated wilhoutthe ua. of mercury.
Invulunsnry loss of aomon stopped In short a
ti mo. HuRerera from iuituitency or loaa of
aeiual puwera restor eto tree vigor In a few
weeks. Victims of a e-abuse anil excessive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and)
lessor physical and mental power, apoedlly
and permanently cured. 1'iirticnlar atten
tion paid to the lif:ouaee ot Women, and
euros guaranteed. Piles and old aorea cured
without the use of causticor the knile. All
consultations atrictly conlldential. Medi
cines sent by eipron to all parts of tha
oountry.
arWorkingmot) cured at half tha nana!
ruUis. Office huufs from B o'clock a.m. to 8
o'clock P.m. D. H. JOUNSON. M.l.
CITANCEKY SALE
OF
11 LAI, ESTATJS.
No. nllltl, K. D. -Chancery Court of Hhelb
eounty. ritate oi jeuneaae., oic, vs. 0a
ah Armstrone at al.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
sale, enloreil in the above eaua. on tha
4th day (I June, IHfii, M. 11. M, page Ins,
I will sell, at nubile auction, to the high
est bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Mas
ter s ouice, courthouse ol bholby county,
Memphis, Tenn., ou
Hnlurdny, Annual 7, lMHS,
within tega'. hours, the following desorlbed
pr.perty, aitmaou In Mlielby eouaty, len
nesse. to-wit: A certain lot beginning at a.
atake on the west aide of Ninth atreet 115
feet north of tbe north aide of Carolina
street; thence west and pantllol with Caro
lina atreet IbVi feet to a stake: thence north
2n feet to an alley; thence east &iy feet to
west aide ot Ninth atreet; thence south a
leet to tbe beginning.
terms ol Bale un a credit ot six montnst
nuts with security reuuired : lien autaineiU
redemption barred, 'litis July 3, l,s
H. 1. jnolitiw r.uii, Ulerk and Mine.
Dy II. F. Walai, Deputy Clerk and Mwter.
V. 11. Al 0. W. lleukellaud John Joba-
aton, Dolloitora.
yBVERTISIM6"nc.dbc'f'o'th.r.,!.t
rW "It oontAlna liata o(
newspapers and estimates o the eoat of ad
Tertiaing. The advertiser who wanta to apenif
one dollar. Ilnda in it the insinuation he re
quiroa, while lor him wbo will Inveat one
hundred thousand dollara In advertiaing.s
scheme In ndicated which will meet hit
every reuu'rement, or ean be made to do io
by slight cbange' easily arrived at by corre
spondence. On. hundred and nlty-tbreo
editions have been Issue I. Sent, postpaid,
to any addraaslor ten cenia. Apply to 0KO.
P. HOWKLL 4 CO., NKWhi'APKH A 1
VKRTlHlNtl BUREAU, 10 Hi.ruoa sv. (Print-
iialaeHiinaro . raw nrg
Electric Belt Freo
TO Introduce It and obtain agents we will
for the next sixty daya give away, frea
nf charge, in each county in the II. 8. a lim"
Ited number ot cur Herman EIrrt'Mnl.
vault! Wti"xiiry Holla. Price V: a
positive and unfailing cur. for Nervous Da-
L:,I. ,r...L......I. L-.i.i.ainn.. I ... lilll.n IS9.
etc. froo.u) Roward paid if every Belt wa
manutaclure does not generitta a genulna
elcctrio current. Address atonc. k.LhO-
Brooklyn, N. Y.

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