MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1SS(.
TliE CHOLERA I ITALY.
hie iuseask srut'ADix;
TUHOK.IIOIT TliE (OUMBV.
XliH Pnst Week In Leit'll'ig F.inoui'an
Fiuanrlul (Vnlrrs Jk-antlal in
En I Mi H iyh Life.
Rims, Ju y II. TLo rlio'crantnins
lor I I y me Hrimll-1, HKl hhw ess s,
4!liinlb : Iniano, IIS nosf r.tft'K, 8
dtiirlip; ftn Voto, 15 new c-s a, 3
dtat'ig; K 'iitmin, 52 cow cnics, 3.'1
dffltlm; Cailipoio, 12 new :anr", 5
th'ntli; Verier, 0 new cases, 2 deuin.
THE UATOLM AFFAIK.
Turkey Aarerlainlntr I be Tlrw ol
Conhian'tinoplk, July 11. The va
rices TarkiRh diplomatic ropmenta
tiri'S abroad have bneu orderoJ t ) as
certain the vlewi of the powers Id re
:ard to the Batoum aflair. A poll ion
! the Ministiy maintain that Turkey
in entitled to eumnr n the aid of Eng
land, by virtuo ol the Cyprus Conven
tion, on the ground that the action of
Kinnia threaten the Hullan's Asiatic
territory. The l'orle hns paid UubhU
1 further tuna of JC"0,000 toward the
liquidation of the war indemnity,
urkey has authorized free tiaA'age of
ie Dardanelles by Hiipslan torpedo
ata on their way to Odessa. Large
low for torpulo loa'a are being
en out by the Porte.
Frellusr at l.emllnsr vlonelarw
itrre im CuKland Mil on ItieCou
eat. nos, July 12 Discount waj
luring tha'wfolc. Tliere waa no
ml for money, which wai abnn
for three rconthp, and
tort on the Work Kxuhange. Last
; activity and tt'ength wore
Iced by the il ull iivfh prevalent
InKlish railway securities pending
annoiinnemeut nf halt yearly divi
,iis and by the dulluess of foreign
urities under Haasia's action at
toum, with tuudency to lower
ices being Irauly (tiered for New
V uk, but the tc'ive buying here sua-
ined prici and there was general
.ty at the end, prices at the cloao
- sterday being the best ol the week,
ere wore large dealings, in Kiies on
- e report that the June statement
.. ill show a Bieat iocraaH in revenue
" bis, Jnly 12 On tho Bourse dur
ce past week prices were irregn
tnd weak. Baturday, M. de Les
(.c's letter regarding new Panama
ids bad a baa effect on tho whole
' jtrket, but the fill abated toward the
oae under lurge purchases. In rentes
J h pre are still numerous rcallz itiona
nd tbe quota! ion nt the close was the
lowest of tbe week. Daring the week
new loan loll lficj the rentes, 16c;
credit f ru ler, 30: eJurc canal, 70; Pan
ama cam', -IU; lUnk of France, l!0f.
HariLiN, July 11. Busine's on the
Bourse was quiet. Prices were weak.
There was a Iraitional relapse in Rus
sian and AiiH'rim spcurities. Aus
trian hilv. r rentes (closed at 6il.40;
gold, at 05.50.
At a meeting of (Isrman cotton
dealers and spinners it was agreed to
convert the German Cotton Bourse
into a Uorninn cotton exchange,
At a mooting ol bankers tbe scheme
for founding a transatlantic: bank was
: ' A to a committee.
ankkokt, July 11 Prices on the
tie during the past week were
uly and busineeH was limited,
ingariaa tent closed atftft.KO, United
ates funded fours at 1-3.10, abort
iviiange ou New York at 410 and
private discount at 1 1. KitNslan trans
portation coinpauioa have arranged to
reduce the freight on Caucasian petro
leum to Ans ria and Germany to one
rouble per hundred weisrht. From
ltaku to Trieste the rate will bo only 4
(iENEKAL FOUEKJN SEWS.
' ftrananl la End lull High I.Ue.
LoNoos.July 12. H iron de Worme,
who waa Parliamentary sectetory to
the Bard of Trade in tbe Kalialmry
Cabinet, of last yeitr, has brouvht an
action for divorea against liia wife on
, the gronnd of adultery. Tho Baron
alleges that bin wife made frequent
visits to the Tyrol alone. He sus
pected nothing at first because the
lady in a native of A nutria, being the
daughter of Bron von Tndesjo, ol
Vienna. But he discovered that the
object of . ttWRo vlmt w as neither
pat'iotlo nor innocent, but to meet In
ciiminal intercourse It iron nitron,
who made appointments for her to
secretly receive him there. Baron da
Worms then secured evidence sulll
cient to bate his complaint on and
make Baron Meron the corespondent
It is stated that Baron Meron and the
Hnrnuesa de Worms have concluded
not to en'er nnv defense. Baton do
Worme was the Tory member for tho
T)X'h Division of Liverpool in the
late lloiiHj of Cjiudio'js. lie h 4S
years of age and is a beieditary baron
of the A nun in n Kmpire. His wife is a
hiunlboiiie, stately woman, po;stHing
a tine, voluptunus llgure, and loot long
been the leader ef a fanhlonalilu tire e
and a general social favorito,
lleurjr Ward Urrelirr at I.oikIoh.
London July 12. The Kov. Henry
Waril lttcihcr preached in Union
Coapel, Is'.inutcn, yes erdhy tiking tiiw
text from John xvii. 20, 22, ilt, "Curis
tinnl'oityby L-.ve'a Power." He u'gd
spiritual unity, of which he spoke
Knnnfiillv. tie aunt, tt-nm mm intr
nearer t. gotlmr ncd woiking for larger
huii'iinit v. Among his bint friends
were Catholic piits'H. He rt futsd the
attack male tipnn him by the lOnxltsh
ttis far j 'king in the pulpit and re-
junitu uib Kiiunu virna on iuiiiiiuk.
He evoked suprtxted laughter by hn
j'itt'nt uniles. The chapel waa
Ktlrnil AccldeulM nt t'lilenao.
Cuicao'i, lix., July 12. About 4
o' l ch ili'i inornitiK tin twitch on
the l.ako iSiiore road was turued at
Forv-tifih street while the lecal
frcih'. "ant was paasivg over. Svural
ia-t crd detailed. At noon today
t'lij.' lie No. 13 , w ith a train cf forty
cur, many cf them loadod with
brnlij.1 tiling for the Northwestern
Bre't'e Comiinny. wai going north at
For y first strei t Just as a tofll)e
Iruin I al paed over the twitch, a
Lif.n iau rai out from an alleyway
and :nm(d it. Fifteen or Iwo ity of
tho (mil ran onto the Rock Island
imio re ind Kvt ral o! them iie
ra-lid and the niHin tracks of the H H'k
lllaiil ft "d Lke Shoro rends wero
i in Lei. Tne eelrty switch was broktn
and io:B'dirahli o her dainayo ws
! o No Uuub'o oicurrtd tt the
Ullr Murtlrr aotl Nulclde.
Xkw Yomc, July 12 Avarian Cruch
jd h s wilo I.ucv, atil ;u yeats e.cn
n. f,,n nt dead in U:e ne.ircom n
;0 Lexington avenue this after
nno . 1 ( t'i hing (o.unutted tuicidc
by hii'i fing t .euie ve t'iri-u.-h the
li'u i. Tiiey committf il the a t b""iio
liniH h iiwe' n V oYluk 1b' niifht,
wicthey we!3 la t fien iliv, and
1 r,'. !n k ihis i f ir..(na, wli n their
deal to iis wee i'i "ovcreil. Tie
hurl and had pent n lmlle! through his
li ad behind tl.o left er B"d his fe
had shot herself through th'i temple.
Cr -eh wn a inere ant doing bu itie -3
n'. No ' B mver H'rcet.
Tin: ikTi:iti;MTo Tii Bi Tisr
I'liarfa anil Facia Tbal Oimhl to
Have WelKlit Willi Ihn Trii(ilf
In llralurlna tbe rrofrnHorn.
To the Editor! of the Appeal :
Oxkoiu), Miks., July 10 Thank?,
many thanks, to tbe grand old Awual
and its writers for articles written on
the all'air of the onslaught of the entire
faculty of the Biate Universitv.eo gen
erally condemned. Ibe dillicuby is
not seen and cannot bo remedied
without a little more light, which 1
will try ti help in giving a very brief
hie'ory of this inat.tut on.
The nniveisity is really the creation
of the United 8 ates Congress' gift of
thirty-six Bections (a township) of land
for the creation of a seminary of learn
ing. Tbe (State of Mississippi, bo to
say, waa made the fiduciary agent to
sfeleit the suctions, sell, fund in Htate
securities, build and support tbe sem
nary. The KtaU in the long ago ap
plied the fund to the "university";
tbe aite selected by three commission
ers, the casting. vote given by a l'roa
bvteriaa minuter who, years after,
sought and obtained authority to
preach under Baptiit ordination.
Tho tuna was calculate! up to ion
I think, by an expert, all nmntya re
ceived, all moneys paid out, 8 per cent.
intereat, the State s own ngures, ana
left an indebtedness of about 1,500,-
000 by the folate. The writer koowi
of two sections in Warren county sold
to Judge N , and two sections tou:h
01 V.AM. li. It., in Hir " unty
sold ti Mr. B. at over KM per acre
1X1 believed. A part of this fund
was lost, for tbe Hlate ad mil ted to be
due only about 1 51)0,000, and at 0
percent, interest. Iniercst lor fully
,'(0 years had been fixed at 8 per cent.
The lntereat on tbe amount acknowl
edged due is tbe amount that tbe citl
sens are taxsd to pay. for money and
by tbe 8ta e and the in ereat thereon,
of which we all pay our portion.
Yon will see by markings in tbe
catalogue for 1880, that tbete were
fifty-two students ol Baptist families,
over a fonith, as, indeed, it has been
(or some two years prior, and bow
mnch longer inquiry haV.tiot reached.
You will sob alao tbe religious leaning
of eich Presbytery and Board of
Trustees five being Methodist, six of
Presbyterian teidency, two Episco
palian, one a BaptiBt alter bis appoint
ment; every one member of the law
except two, who are said lo be
Is it any wonder that for many
years tho large body cf the t.'anhers
were 1'reebyterians and Methodists?
Perhaps a Baptist fault in not sjekiug
and asking (or place.
Is it a mere accident tbat Baptists
are loft out in the cold when favors
are scattered? Is It a port ol the Gov
ernor's policy to give bread, buttered
and stwared on both (ides to bis own
kith and tin, leaving out tbe ignorant
and the privilege of taxed and vote?
Is there any harm in telling eomo
65,000 Baptists tbat they are only
asked to be taxed and voted?
And tbat their 00,000 Methodist
neighbors, with not 50,000 of their
Presbyterian neighbors and Episcopa
lians, etc., all included, are only fit t)
furnish material for trustees and pro
fessors? Yet the seat of disease and cauee ol
evil Is not yet reached.
A college noar enough to foel, with
in few years has sullored a profes or
to resign (udised "for the good of tho
school' ) because the students insisted
Prof. A. B., a pet's graduate at Annap
olis, and a year on board of a vofstd,
knew not niatbemattrs. une oi aiu
boys (his nncle said) spelt sugar with
an h, and tbe writer t:ld him, "You
know as much as a graduate ol our
naval academy, and yet do not know
Theie a the d llku'tv! If the
boys ate to be consulted as to who ia
fit to teach, save the $:10.000 to $40,000
spent in salaries and keeping tbe uni
versity. Consult students! Fiddle
Itisnronosed that at the Uapttst
State Convention, to meet about the
third Hundnv (18th) In July, that it
should res )!v, and put in immediate
pract c, li tal e at least nan me
sa'ary of tho faculty in the Mis-isilppl
college by an endowment lund so the
trustees (and reduce them In numuer
to nine) can with nrooiietv require
strict disuipl'ne, and then to sand all
of cur liuptHt youths to tjnnion, sun
y taxes ana uo our snare oi voung
or Governor. Ycurs in gratitude.
P. 8. The Bant late number 05,000,
one trustee; Metliodiats number III),
000 five triis'ees; PreebvterianB num
ber a':out lU.tKKt to zu.uuti, lour trus
tees, "riie-o are unfoitunato acci
dents for the Baptttts." 1 ask iS'mord
and Shield to notice bow hia "Dear
Boh does up Bchool matters, a. b.
The I'lij Hlolnay of the l.lver.
Tin liror in the targeit leorolim organ In
the human boily. and the bile which It ae
crelns il more tinkle to vitiation ana m If ill
rei'tiwn from ita proper ohannola than an
other ol tho aninml fluids. Luckilr for the
bilioui, however, there II an unmiimr nouroe
of rolief from Itvor complaint, na elr. Hoi
telter'a Kluiuach UltUra, a medicine which,
rr irnr t nutrmr of a Mintury. hai been
achieving thorounh enrea of the above nien-
lioueii HHiiieni, lever nu nu, uj. '.i-i-i
bowel oouiplainta, rheumatic and kidney
IT..Alln .nil .lia.iV.tMrllnvnlvlnff UlM Of nef-
voui vinor. It ia, moreover, a iroventivo of
nmiarinl aiKesae, ana euorui iirnwnium
thousand) of eersoiii refilling In district of
country wnnretnat dire scourge ie prevneui.
am rHn,,t a.iu..ta in the medicinal re
luireinenls of lauillies, tt Is supremely do-
strslile, and ai a meanaoi loriny m us
biliuted iyteui, tt il thoronahly to be
Will Keuiove lre Heinalaa lo New
Nkw Oui.kans, La., July 12. At a
meeting ot tne Association cf tho Army
of Not them Viru uia Saturday runt
a resolution was adopted to arrange
for gathering up the remains of lxmis
ianaso diers buiied at ManafS'.s Junc
tion and remove them t3 the recep
tacle i f tbe aswiation nt the Mttivie
cemetery in this city.
i ha I nih l'raarranee
OF KO.ODONT, renders it the moat
agreeable article ever uped as a tooth
waeh. It bus rone oi the rcrid prop-
..riiaa t... . o I r I n l II I Innt h l0ltorH.
end ins'ead of coniraiting tbe gume.it
tenuerj mem in in ana eiaaue
Ninrvnl Herself to Drain.
c... W V T.lr TVra
n.. ii !;.. 1 nfl vaare ilinil
,IUU.lllO lirilLUIl.il 'Si'- J ' ,
at htr hHi.e in Mottvillo, thiH r unty,
Vt .1.. -;,-, tarn it ttltV.
t e. ..a .lard rllltllltV tt'tllfh
time (ho did net tahe a mors cf food
nor any water. Fear y evt ry day she
tnnlr n nort i.f Mlnifweik tea tnd
J a l jw leiap:oLBi:t el wuipsy.
JIIAKLS A VIA AGE
Ihreiigb the NLnrura Bapldj lu a
C'ttck of lll.a Own Construction
A Perilous rip.
Buffalo. N. Y.. July 12. Veiv few
ol the thousands of persons wlu vi
iteu iNtagara falls yui etuay, linu tny
idea thut aooiher adveiuuioun nun
wou'd at'emot to twlrn the whirlnoil
lipids in which t 'apt. Webb lost hia
lilo. For Bnu.e time ptst C. I. Gra
liHin has b-en ninkit g preparation fjr
the a tempt, but few persons really bo
lieved that his courage would hold
out long enough for him to make it.
huih, however, was the case, aad at
about 4 o'clock yetterJay aitorncon
Uraham started on bis perilous voy
aze, whirh be suce.esfully accom
plished. Graham bad told a reporter
all about bis plans, and slated that he
would carry them out at tbe time he
did, but requettd that the time be
not given in publishing tbe article for
(ear that the authorities would pre
vont bim in bis purpose. Accordingly
very (ew were among the rpectatore.
Uraham kept tbe cask in which be in
tended TO MAKE HIS TRIP
na siloon ia this city. About 11
o'clock SaturJay night he loaded it in
a wagon, and, accompanied by several
ineuds, started lor the uijh. iney ar
rived there about 4 o'clock in tbe
morning and unleaded the csuk at a
point on tbe American aide of the
liver below tho lalls and at about 300
rodi above the can'ilever bridge. A
rolictman arrested him on suspicion
of being a Tonawanda homo thief, but
his Jlutlalo frii nds secured Ins rclea e
on buil. When everything was ready
Graham got into tbe barrel ami cloned
the ma;n bole at tho top. At this
point ot the river the current tsveiy
Blight. A Btnatl boat towed the case
out into tbe river to a point where the
current would catch it, and whete
Graham was started cn what might
have tumed out to be bis trip to
eternity. Tbe lowering process took
only a few minutes, and then tbe
stream caught tbe cisk and started It
toward the whirlpool. At first it
moved slowly down, then faster and
fatter until the mad curient dashed it
on with ita lull lores, and the cask
bounded np and down over the great
waves and several times turned
A COMI'LETI BOMKR8ADLT,
but tbe wider portion remained up
permost, although it turned around
like a top. The cask kept protty well
in tbe center of the river nntil it
reached the whirlpool, when it struck
a strong Bide current and was carried
swiftly through, reaching the waters
bsyond in safety, from lie re tne
iournev waa comparatively quiet. Tbe
cask was picked np at Lewiston, about
live miles rjoiow tne sta ticg point
and Graham crawled out of tne bar
rel, with only a slight bruise on Lis
arm. He reoiarneu, "wneni eirncx
the eddies it was one continued round
of jerks, but I am not hnrt a bit."
Uraham is a native ol Philadelphia,
thirty-three years old and a cooper by
trade. He is a poor man, and did
this thing for glory.
is 7 feet long. 33 inches in diameter at
tbe widest portion, 23 inches at tbe
top and 18 inches at the bottom. It is
bound around with iron hoops, which
wo'gh 00 pounds. The ballast which
was attached to tbe cask to keep it in
position woighs 240 pounds. Urahnm
will probably repeat the trip He
says be will yet go over Hoise Shoe
THE WHEAT CHOI'.
THE WEEKLT BVMMART OF THE
dontlaned t'omplsilnts From All
Utiartrra About the Damage
Cbicaoo, III., July 12. The follow
ing croii Bummary will appear in this
week b Issue ol the Farmer t tievww :
In portions of Dakota, Minnesota,
Wisconsin and Iowa the injury to
'pring wheat has been Increased, and
lias embraced a wider area man was
noted in the de'ailcd reports of the
Rerun of the preceding tliree weeks,
when tho great danger to the crops
from blight was fully outlined. In
la'ge sections of Dakota, Minnecota
and WiBcomin where tbe fields were
vibitud by liuht ra ns at the clfss of
this week, the d image to the grain
was such as to prevent any revival of
life, and the injury iiiHuttd was com
plete. ' In tbe Bections where the
urouth waa the meat severe tho yield
will not exceed live to tight bushels
to the acre.
The rains which prevailed during
the closing days of the week bettered
the corn prospects very greatly in
Iowa, Indiana, Illinois ami Ohio. Nine
teen counties in Iowa r.-port that all the
crops which are not already injured
show iojtiiy from drought, the mot-t
seiiotis e-UecM bomg shown in oats.
ltyo aud barley have been harvested
and are below the aveing?, corn is
looking well, and in the southern por
tion of the KUte is in tassel. In Jef-
fiMsou, Palo Alto, lt'ackbawk and
Howard couutie;, the injury to spring
wheat ia reported seriona. with pros
pect of not to exceed one-naif of an av
erage crop, lhe winter wheit crop, was
harvested In good shape. Hie yiold
will average lrom twelve to twenty
In poitions of W iseonsin all late
? rains ate reported to be sulTeripg for
ack of rain, lu Sauk county the
drought is declared t't bo the IE Oft
severe and protracted since 1S04.
The barley crop ia reported to be
almost an entire failure in this and
In Minnrs ta the only county to re
port an improvement is Mine Earth,
whete rains are repor od in time to
(ave the crop, and 5 psr cent, of an
average ie'd is indicated. In Mower:
Sibley, Wright, Dakota and Oltnsteaa
the field are badly burned, with a
promieo of 60 to To per cent, of an
average crop. The meadows will f ill
at.ort. Corn is still looking wtll, end
with more nio sture promises a full
Dakota whent is not filling well, and
dry, hot winds in maoy sect'oni liavo
lessened thft outlook for an a vera ire
yield. In pitik and; Hutinan conn
tits tbe yield will not be more than
one-half tin average. The barley out
look throughout the Terri'ory is poor.
la Illinois. Indiana. Ohio aud Mich
igan the winter wheat is nil stacked or
has been thrashed. I lie latgeet vteld
in Illinois thus far reported ii in Tike,
l'lstt and Montgomery counties, here
the grain is twenty btiehels. Hnrr
county will average about ten bushels.
The average for ttie Hate will be from
thirteen to hi. eon buehels.
IVaim In Ca.m.n.
n, July 12. The otlicial report
while me proapuclj oi me
Piupslau ctop, ef;e,:a!'y ihoss of rye
a d whest, ore geiieially l-ighly sr-t'e-faitory,
the ou.l ok in mveral tiihtritts
of Mlei-ia is bad. (.t , tarUy and
pi a'i.es g ncri.'ly prtin'sa normal
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
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bcon no recurrence of them for more than
six months. The other case was ot a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies; but the chills would return at in
tervals actri your medicine was ued, since
whinh titnn. nnw several months, they have
ortiroly disappeared, trom the opportu
nity I have had to ludge, 1 do not hesitate to
express my beliof that your Chill Cure ist
valuable speoilic, and performs all you
promts, tor ,u l,a jj , ft A LD KM A N .
ARTHUR PETER '4 CO., Agents, Louis
a: the Hanan" elio
O Trtll prove aatlsfacwi-y to
co crvrty gxjntloman vlio wonts B
rf porfl.ct nrllc'.o. Wo aro v;ttlrg lnlo tho
niacvtnwtunt of Uiw ahoro, tho result, cf M
7. yeara experience and study, or nv'.-.ut wl'.t
ylaoM, Rive comfort rid v.lor
Z fnlthfiilly. Try i'iok.i
THE partnership heretofore existing be
twee " BOKblKLY, BTONB A CtJ. la
this duy ditsolvert by mutual content, W. T.
Stone and L C Tyler assuming lhe payment
of all liabilities and are alone authorized to
oolloet all debts due the firm, and will con
tinue in business Cotton Factors and Com
Memphis, Tenn., July 10, m
AT TUJK C I.OSK OF IlirSI.IS, JILVE 30,lSSa.
Ca.-h- flu,7fia 52
b'ight exchange 208,601 81
Loann and discounts
Uankinhouso furniture and fix
tures Ot'ier res! estate
btocks and bonds
la. aw oi
Totnl tl.m.m 84
I. Kslwnrfl (Moldrmllh, CnHltlcr of Ilie Uerinnn Unbh, do solcniuly fcweaj
Hint I lie Hbuve lnliueat m currstit
EDWIBD C10LDSM1TII, Caeblrr.
Eworn to'and subscribed before ma this June 30, 1ST
UUNSD0N CART, Notary Public.
We, the undersigned, having carefully examined the Books, Accounts, Bills and Cash of
the GERMAN BANK, report the above atttemenr correct and satisfactory. We recom
mend that a Cash Dividend of Seven and One-hilf (7) Per Cent, b declared out of the
earnings of tbe past six months, snd that the lurther sum of rH) ont of said earnings be
sot aside for Contingent Fund. LOUIS HAN A1JER,
Memphis. Tsvy., ,Tnl 1, TWW.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
Orcanlated J vily, loos.
STATEMENT AT CLOsiTof; llPSIMESS, JUXE 30, 1886.
Cnsh on hand and in ban k. ...... 27,984 96 Capital $ 20,000 00
Office fixtures t(K) 00 fiarplul - l,5(s 00
Bills discounted 41,669 01 Profits (net 6 months)....- 3,81s 80
Bonds and investments (market Fund for taxes w 009 75
value) 69,910 20 Deposits 114,235 43
8140,104 78 140,164 78
is We, the undersigned Committee, hereby certify that we hare examined the above
statement, and Cash, Bills and Investments, and find ihoro all correct and satisfactory.
We recommend thut the sum ol $J60C, from the earnings ef past six months, be oredited to
Surplus Fund. NAPOLEON HILL,
D. P. HADDKN. President. '. (J. J( A N DWERKER.
EWD. I40LDSM1TU, Vice-President. M. UAVIN,
TAS. NATHAN, Cnshicr. Exaniininat Committee.
ID h Mil
Still In the nanrket,
209 MAIN STREET,
L. D. M0LL1N8, of late J. R. Godwin Co. JAS. Y0NQB, lata oi J. W. Caldw.il sit Oi
MITLLINS & TONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard'8 Row, Cor. Front anfl Union, Memphis.
KAFOLEON HILL, President. W.N. WlLKEKSOX.TIcffl'residea
U. J. LTSN, Casblei.
MGipiiis Oiw Me & Gen
:OES A GESEEAL FIBS AID JfABIHB BUNISKJ48.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FUR8TENHKIM, WM. I. COLE. JAMES EEILLT. JOHN L0A8VI
S. MANbFlELD. D. E. MYEHS. W. D. BEIHELL.
OfllcelO Mail 1 won Street, Meiaphls, Tenn
HILL FONTAINE &
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St., Mempliii, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE t CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants
Mo. 11G Sonth TalnSt.. Hi. Ttonlm.
(SCCCEHSOBS TO MEAC'HAM A 1IOKTOS)
Old Stand. No.? 9 Union St., Memphis.
376-378-380-3S'i-384-3S8 Secoud street, soath ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shinglst
Monldlnar. lJlh, Cmlatr rant una rieaivta.
AT CRAia'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
MASON k Mil mm
"THE STAKD.1RD OF THE WOULD.'
FABL0B AND CHAPEL STYLES, 825.00 AND UPWARD.
swTKRMS Cash, or easy Monthly Installments. Writo ior Illustrated Catalogue.-
O. Kl- HOUCK tSo OO-
v SOLE AEN rs FOB THE SOUTHWEST,
No. BOO IVEnlsa. St., 3VIoxaT3lii. Tonu.
No. 1I Union Ntret, MsmhwIIHi. I W. IOO Ollvsi arw-t. Kt. Lol,
KELLY. ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Ko. 3a Main Street. Uajwa lUock.
WO t"J 00
Kct profits pa.it six
ninnths liC.Mj 16
ProMtf previously ua
divided 1,908 40
R O. ORAVK8.
JOHN T. FROST,
J. T. PETTXT.
with ss full si,sMrl
t t MEMPHIS, TENN.
WATI RIN(J I'LACEs.
inrne mucfl noiu u, Dirmiiicnaia. xiot
Until! and Sulphur U.i th a social feature.
Uhfise waters aro too well known to need
further notice, fur circulars , nd turther m
fHrmaticn apply to Oooeral Manager, A. W.
KlN'. b-tril rt'Hii diiuIi q.
XJI BOOO I'JLJUrX.
"HEER PARK A ft B OitHLlKD-Oa
lhe orest ot the AlKrhnies, within the
fnnnus (Jlude boctinn, directly on the line oi
the B. and U. NoSiauo Ki os or 'Lus Trans
iers. All Limited Exurem Trninl Stop.
With the new and unpnral eled fut chell
ule on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
then. lovely twin resorts are beyond all com-
Sarisun the most advantageously located,
oth as to train service and surroundings, oi
any east of the Rockies.
fiphnou Opens Jnno 111 . No Flies.
No Musouitoos. No liny Fever No Malaria.
Leer Park and Oakland, the one being but
six miles distant trout the oiher with the
most charming drives connecting thein will
be under the management ol Mr. W. J.
WALKKRwbo, in h s three seasons' man
agement, hns nisde many enthusiastio frieada
ot thn glorious resort All communicstiont
should be addressed tn W. J. Walk.r. QnMi
City Hotel, Cumberland, Mdj nptoJun
ISth. Alter that date, either Deer Park or
RATES lowV 175 and $90 per month, ao
cording to loeatrons.
Tbe fi. and O. Company has spared no es
pouse tn rendering iieor Park and Oakland
the Lading Mountain Resorts of the East,
and for the season of 18Sthe attractions wil
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and)
lhe cuisine ol both houses unexcelled.
First-olass Laundry. Fine Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Pools.
the nnest place lor C'Dildrt-n In the land.
BE AVERDAM SPRINGS
WILL be opened Jan 1st. This noted
watering-place ia situated six mile,
from .flitna Furnace, on tb. Nashville and1
Tuscaloosa railroad, m Hickman county
Tenn. 11 ack will meet all trains at iEtna
and' will eonvey a-uesta to aprinss at a verv
Board, 820 Pr Month j 81 Per Daw,
npwiai Haivs sts vmsiiiib.,
Wo Invite all who wiph to spend the most
Bleasant soaion of their lives to come to
eavrdam. especially seekers of pleasure;
and health. Good water and pur air ia
Liverymen, Cenrreville, Tenn.
E. A. uicftgi, rrop'r uentreTliio Hotel.
WHERE TO OO
A SUMMEIt TRIP
Is a question that oan be easily, answered af
ter an examination of the elegaot Illustrated
Guide to the resorts of Minnesota and Da
kota, which is now being published by the
St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Rail
way, bent free on receipt of two-cent stamp.
Address 0. Ul WARREN,
General Passenger Agent, St. P.jl, Miss.
GRAND HOTEL, AliCM HPRINSS
Rookbridae Co.. Va. liinh no In the
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and beautifully shaded lawn.
Gas, electrio bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
express offices on the premises. Table th
very beat. Luxuriously furnished rooms
surerb band of musio. Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for vis
itors, June 15th. Waters Alum, CWyOMtt
and tmnimu. R. T. w iLmjjrjOH.Man'gr.
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for th season of 1866, beginning
June 1st, reduced 25 to 60 par-sent., but
the highest standard of excellenee main
tained. Bend for illustrated descriptive pamphlet
JT. IN. PlrtK, Manager.
THESE Sprints are situated on Hurricane
Creek. Franklin County, Tennessee, and
npon tbe western bench ot tnouumoerlaua
THE VALUE OF THE WATER
In Dyapvpftlii, Diarrheal, DysM-ntcrjr
A.lver and Kidney Troubles is founded
uoon actual cures. It is against &ese dis
eases that th conquering in8o?noe of th
water Is direoled witn perhaps tbe Best suc
cess. It rolieves with srtlssiy and Ce
lerity inflammation and nlcoration of th
bowels, and removes all likelihood of their
in asyapepnia, it carries on the accu
mulated mass ot acidity.
lis Elver and Klnnejr Complaints th
water has a specific action. It eradicates all
malarial noison from the system, and is a
certain siiecifio for all diseases having their
origin in malaria.
tend for pamphlets containing analysis,
Four daily malls. Telegraph or telephone
and express facilities nerieot.
aiiLiunn acunu.. rropnetora,
or DR. AMBROSE MORRISON,
Hurricane Springs. Tenn.. via Tullahoma
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, K.Y. The excellence
of the cumno. and accommodations char
acteristic of this hotel during tbe past three
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
Excursion ticket to the Springs by the L.
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both,
going and returning to prooeed on first train
succeeding arrival in Louisville.
w T. UKANT, iJre t. j. u. Kiwit.nup i.
No. 2855, R. D.-Cba oery Court of Shelbf
County C. W. ilarbert, administratoi,
vs. L. S. Bondetal.
IN pursuance of the terms of a decree in
the above stated cause, I will, as Special
Commissioner, prooeed to sell, at publia
auction, to the highest binder, at the south
west corner ol Main and Madison streets, ia
Memphis, Tenn., on
'invRtlny, 13lb day of Jnly, 1886,
the following described real estate, in Shelby
county, namely: Lots Nos. and 22 ot the
llnrh.rt. suhdivlsinn. as made in the case of
John Ilarbert vs. R- A. llioks et al, lately
pending in the eecond cnanoery Loan oi
Shelby County, to which reference is made.
Lot No. 4 ol said subdivision, fronting U
feet on south side of Jackson street by 154
leet to an alley.
Lot No. 22 of said aubdivision, fronting
feet on north side of Alston avenue by
leet deep to an alley. .......
Said property will be sold on the follownni
terms, namaly: One half of the purchase
money to be paid in cash and the balance ( a
a credit ol six months from the date ol sale,
the purchaeer to execute notes with approved
personal security tor the deferred psymenta.
and a lien to be retained on the property sold
as a lurther security, the notes to draw in
terest from date.
I reserve the right of making on bid 08
on each lot sold.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
C. W. HAKBERT,
No. 5322, R. D.-Chancary Court of Shelby
county Stat of Tennessee for use. etc.
vs. Wary K. Ashford etal.
BY virtue ol an Interiooutory decree for
sale entered in the above cause on tb
4th day of January, 1IW6. M. B. 50, page
6J7, 1 will sell, at publio auction, to the
highest bidder, in Iront o: the Clerk and
Master's office, courthouse of Shelby county.
Memphis, Xenn., on
Satardar, Jnly SI, 1880,
within legal hours, th following de
scribed property, situated in Shelby county,
Tennessee, to-wit: The south part oi let 5,
block 3H. fronting 35 fret on the east side of
8t. Martin street by a depth of 219 feet, said
lot being V feet north ol Linden street.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
notes with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June , lKmi.
S. I. MnDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
F. H. and C. W. Heiskell. Pols.
IMPORTED TVTI RE EFFEMVEN.
CS.NT MINERAL WATER. FROM
BIKRESBORN. UNEXCELLED roa
FAMILY I'SK RECOMMEND
ED BY THE
Illcheel Medical Anlhorltle.
Sole Agents fir Merophi",
iS fortrally oj (iit J, nmlcr tho i.cjnTiaiis
ii.ent of A. W. hioi, o; (Juluini u', Jiio.,
a-aisleil lv (ieirso W, liuy. Hi s well
tnwn wierins; pl.tci is tltrertlyon ttioina
C tho Loutsvill. nd Xas! villo H.U., th-'rty-
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