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HIE I'AYJE JSQUIEY.
HKtfE feEPOBrS 8CB BITTED TO
Tire Ohio Senator Declared to Be
Untitles! of All Blame
WisHiKOTON, Jaly 15. Tlireo re
porta from the Senats Committee on
iriTilteP8nd Elections mere submit
ted o m Senate today.
The ropor! e gned by Senators Pugn,
Senteburr, Vance and Euetie, tha
Democratic member1 of the commit
tee, eeti forth at length the public his
tory of the caee, recognizes the tran
scendent importance of throwing
ronnd the tSinata of the United
Slates the blithest safeguards against
eating a mtm.ber whose title was pro
cured by bribery, fraud or corruption,
and describe the process by which
the signers leich the conclusion tbst
there is no ground for further proceed
ings agant Henator Payne. The rs
port says the committee's first act was
to comp'y fully with the first request
of the Oui j House of Representatives
to make an examination of the testi
mony takfn by the Select Committee
atColumbns. Upon this testimony,
Bena'or Hrnr ninde a report to the
commiltie ttiat after careful rending,
no evidence, opinion or statement
whhtaver m f nJ personally inrul
liuting Pcnator Payne in any way with
the comipt ufie of money in connection
With Lis election. Neither did such
examination rhm that enough had
been fonnd U jtisiify the cbnrgo that
the election was secured by tho cor
rupt uee of money. About tin's time
the supplemental resolution of the
twoboiiH's ol the Oiiiu Legi ilalure
and oi the Republican Mule Central
Commi t'.: made their appeirniiee,
and soon afur IVng'essmen 1. 1 lo
and Butt1 rOTth were hoard at lfngth.
The s piers of the report declare t lint
no new evident: a nt t c uitained in the
original matter eiibmiitad was brought
to tfceir gtlcntum which any tourt
wou'd nt t bold to be merely cumula
tiv and epeculative, and inmitliuieut
by ltfllf or in connection with tin
original to justify a report In fnvor of
a trial by the fc'enat ol Mr. Payne's
right ti hi 4 seat. They conclude that
Henry B. Payne bus nut been charged
with having an thing to do poreonuiiy,
or with lmirg any perional knowl
edeo tl or connection with or partici
pate in, any tt"t or ftnyiliitg that
may iiave beu done, or charged ns
having been done, that was, wrong,
criminal, immoral or repreheuBih'e, in
bis flesiioni that no member of tho
commiiteo and no witnetH, linprH.nt
n'.ive or ether lrereoo. has txpretmod
tbo Cinioa o- iti mated any belief or
HiHpicori that Henry B. Puyne is or
was connected in the remotest drgn o,
by act or knowledge, with anyiuing
tunt was or may have been wrong or
criminal or immoral in hiselortioa;
nd on the whale case as prtsuitod ti
them they rtcoaimend that tho Ben
ate make do further investigation of
the charge involving the right cf
Henry li. Payne t) Ids sent. This
report asks tbiit (lis committee be dis
charged from f artbor consideration of
the subject, and that it be indefinitely
Senators Teller, Everts and Logan
unite in a report in which, gftor recit
ing tho oircunu tunc :s surrounding the
Senatorial elect on in Ohio in 188-1, it
Is said that.HO action was taken by
the (state Leglalaiuro which elected
Senator Payne, calling in question the
validity of his election, but that the
. new Legislature, contt luted In Jan
nary of the present yenr, bm adopted
the rtuolu'iuu under which tho inves
.. titration of Honavan's charges had
been made. The fvnato coimniltne
lias found it proper tj accept the
presentation of the ewes set out in
the majority aud minority reports of
the select committee of the Ohio
IIouso oi Kprsntativos. The only
constitutional warrant for an investi-
fat ion in a caie like that (relented, is
n the clauM making each house ol
Congress the judges of the qua'illca
tionsof Its own members, and the
clause conferring the right of expul
sion. The signers ot the report
do not find that a cuso has
been presented that would a licet Mr.
Payne with such turpitude an weuld
tolera'e h's expulsion from the Senate,
not that testimony is accessible that it
touches thembjout of the personal in
culpation of Mr. Payne. They there
fore turn their attention to the ques
tion of tho validity cf bis election to
the Honat'). The report holds that tho
v id trice In nucha casimus slov thai
the fraud whxh it is alleged wus com
mitted, embraced, enough in number
of the voting elector" to have changed
tbo result. The testimony preeentad
by the Ohio House cf litpresentatives
shows the number of members of tho
tieoeral Assembly that have been
brongbt into inculpation ami tv.e
weight of evidence a a'm.l iiu-ui. As
. ta the four members-fc-kur. Hunt,
Schultx aid Killer, (t (j found by the
signer of the report that the testimony
developed nothing of an inculpating
characttr. As to the two members
Kahle and Hull, the report finds that
they were not diverted from
the support of Mr. Pen
dleton to that of Mr. Payne. Of the
two Seoutirs and two Roprwnntatives
named in the majority report of the
select corumit'es (Mewrs. Mooney
and Roche, of the Houte, and White
and Barney, of the Senate), the sign
ers cf t he report refer without observa
tion cf their own to the majority and
minority rpirts of ihe :iio commit
tee. They do not find that the select
committee lecommeuded any action
by the Legislature lookieg to any fur
ther investigation, and tney expieni
tho opinion that there was no evi
dence presented to ti e t'ni'ed States
Kemt'e which purports to provo that
fraud, corruption or bribery wai em
ployed in Mr. Payne's election afloit
mg t!;e votes, eiiher in caucus nr in
the Legislature, whereby the election
was carried to effect his election, nor
is there evidence that a-'y euch
pro f exis a. Tbeief re the report
holds that the Senmo would not
te warranted under tho constitution
in instituting an inveetigAtion. 'Ihe
report points out that the State is not
under the res rictions which bind the
SciHts in such investigations, and
eajs the State should execute its laws
respecting the purity of Senatorial
, elections by fe indictment and con
viction of biibe givers and takers. In
tbis cate the Slate has attempted no
further inveiaation than is embodied
in tbe mat'er laid before the Senate,
either thromh tbe Legls'ature or
courlsof law. If further examination
by the Sta e should be made, the Sen
ate would be governed in its further
action by what m'ght appear. But as
the matter stands, the report holds
that an inves Ig.tion should not be
instituted by tue Senate.
Senators Hoar and Frye, in a (epa
rate report, rate that they cannot con
cur with tie views c-x prettied bv the
otner roemoers ot the ccmniife.
Theyd' Bcribi the eminent s un-eg
from which the charges were bn ufcht
to tbe attention of the Senate, and say
ihey thick caseispreionted In which
it is tio'duty of tbe Senate to permit
tbe petOioit rs 10 4 resent meir evi
dence and to authorise the issue of
proper process to aid in procuring tbo
attendance ofwitoeraee. The Senate
Is the only ooort which can bavejuns
dic'ion of the question. The courii of
Ohio msy exerclee Jurisdiction of the
offence of bribery, but could not de
cide whether tbe result of an election
was thereby changed. Forthe Senate
to refuse to liiten to this comnlai"'
wjuld be taken as a declaration thatu
is indifferent to the question whether
its seats are to be in the future
tbe subject of bara;n and sale,
or may be presented by a
lew millionaires as a compliment
to a friend. The report stti forth a
rcries of ten "propositions," which
Messrs. Litt'e and Bu terworth ofTer
npon their own responsibility, to
establish to the tatidfaction of the Sen
ate, largely by wiinesws who were not
within reach of the Ohio Committee.
In brief, among these are the follow
ing : Tn rae-fourtbs of the members of
the Legislature were pledged to Pen
dleton and Ward j that just before Ihe
legislative caucus large aunts of money
were placed by Mr. Payne's son and
other friends at tbe control of the
active managers of Mr. Payne's can
vass; that a gentleman, who3e name
is offered to bn given, would declare
that Divid H. Paige bad said be
handled $(15,000, ana that O ivr B.
Payne bad euid it ccst him $100,000 to
elect his father; tht the munbeis of
the Legislature who changed from
Pendletjn to Payne did so afttr secret,
confidential interviews with agonts
who hd the disbuts.mont of these
moneys, and that these mem-
l.f.va aKnnt that. t.imA nfferfll IflTffe
sums of nionoy, for which they
do not siit 8 actoniy account.
Tho report di:ciiFSo the above men-
tinr, oil fLturin nf thn RHB at sriat
length and tlie ronelusion is rjacl;ed
that an iiivettigatioais wurrautod. ihe
question is m.t, tho roprrt fsys,
whither trie cso ts proved, v. isouiy
m-liaftii'r U ittinil tin innnirrd into. No
unwilling witness has ever yot been
compelled to tes ify mid no process
had gone cut whx'h could cro s S ati
lines, it wotiiu nanny i:e u .uoieu
that rases o purihase of sin's in tho
Senate would rapidly mu'tiply unJcr
the decision propnsoj by a majority of
the committee. Tbo first great prece
dent ticonst'tute the rule under this
branch of law was to betliis: "Held
by the Sonato of tho United State3
that a charge madu by the Legislature
of a Stote, and by the cornm.t ee of a
political pnity to which the larger
numer of its citizens bolopg, end by
ton of its U"preeentitives iu t'ongnss,
that an e'ec ion of a Henu'or was pro
cured by bribery, accompanied by the
oiler to provo the fact, does not de
servo the attention of tho Senate."
Tbe report contlndes with a resilution
directing en investigation of the
cha'g's and with a recommendation
tha. it bo adopted.
Ol'UHT TO HIVE lUKI.IT
The Rich Mnrnl Field of Alnhnmn
AwnlliDK Itrvnlopmeul by Hie
To tha Editora of tha Apixal :
Tchcaloosa, Ala., July 14. In tho
preBuut chrysalis state oi negotiations
and construction of the two projected
railroads from Memphis to Birming
ham, tbo city aud citizano of Tusca
loosa claim tbe floor ir a beariug.
Within thirty days, barring a Presi
dential veto, work will begin to lo;k
aud dam tbe Warrior river within our
city limits. Ibis river is navigable
below this city for eight to ten months
in tho year, aud the contemplated im
provements will make it also naviga
ble during tbo earns season, into the
heart ni the Warrior coal measures.
Now if this ci'y and river wore con
nected by rail with the Mississippi
river at Mempbia and Kansas City it
would open a oommerci il gate through
which would 11 jw an astounding
stream of provisions and morcband se.
All tho towns and landings on tho
Warrior and Blgby rivora below here
would find this the cheapest and moat
direct route for such eupplus as they
cannot or will not raise at home. The
amount oi fljur, coin, bacon and lard
already received- and f iitribu'od
here, ia both astounding and alarm
ing. Secondly, this city is connected
by rail with Mine, by way cf Akron,
and Meridian, by way ot Ala
bum a Qrent Southern Railway, and
all intermediate depots and towns;
and the trade in provisions in tho
rich canebrakc country batwoen the
Warrior aid Alabama rivora is lm
menec. Aul when tbe contemplated
road from Memphis, and the load
ffom Stutllold, all meet up in Walker
c mnty, in the region of Days Oap,
full freighted with immense provision
trains, from the great Northwes', the
engines panting and piping, from the
red hot tires ol that famous splint
coal, will ovorloap all barriers and
fores a etrel pathway to tbis ueg'ected
region. We know that tbe Birming
ham loadstone will draw tbe ftrrt
fruiu, but there is a harvest down this
way that capital and enterprise will
not finally fail to reap. Tuscans
s'anils ready to aid, with mineral
lands and money, any ot these com
panies, that will build the branch of
thirty-five miles to our city and river.
The route fr im here to Day's Gap or
Jaepor is covered with tho flnojt for
ests of long leaf pines, an 1 under
neath the surface are many seams of
rich bitusiinrui col. Every induce
ment, embracing light of way, ex
emption from county taxes and fr.ie
terminal facilities, will be cheerfully
Col. Uallaway liai many friends in
this legion who wou'd bo plonsed to
have the powerful aid of hii practical
pencil in b 'l nil of our neglected aud
uunotieul baud, eagorly s retched out
for a cordial and commercial grasp of
the hand of Memphis
I'tb lived slity ya in tha frtakr old world,
an aean liu ul rhnngin' and t urn in'.
An nfly uf tliom by the pwet of my brow,
My bread n' my buller been tarnln';
An I ve learned many thtnia, in tbe war oi
. J"0' p nr t'tnl prholar,
An bare one (or yut Whatever you do,
1 oun man -an' youns woman, 1 in warn
in you, too
hoop on the rilit pida of tha do'lar.
No matter how much rou may want thla or
If yoa oan't inre the money to boy It,
Don t run into debt, or you'll uuickly rearat
That you ever er tempted tu try it.
Tbouh your cKiilim may ba white at Ihe
loami.ao you find
Rouab edaei on c u II a an' on collar,
Jit wit to ttt npw tiu Lhe eameyou can do,
xouaaman an', younawoinan, I'm warn
in yuu tiu
An kevti on the right side of tha dollar.
Oh, the atrlfei an' tha troubloi that would
be, like weeds,
Cat down In th.ir potllent arwln'.
An the blei.in',, beautiful llow'ra,
In tbelr ate d would be eonptantly aowln' I
Oh, tha homei and tha livoi that wouldn't
If all thie plain precept would foller
Tht 1 ly dwii i ,uuf Whatever you do.
oun uian-an', youns woman, I'm warn
In you too
Keep on the riant tide of the dollar.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FPID
THE TRIO OF CANDIDATES FOB
Bat tke Growls; Favorite Is Loose
He Possesses All tbe Qualifi
cations for the Office.
Nashville, Tbnh., July 15. The
Gubernatoiial mill is grinding furious
ly in the Capital City. The conven
tion of Aogast 11th is the general
topic of conversation among poli
ticians, and here in Nashville one
never hears tut three names men
tioned, namely Tavlor, Loonty and
Dibrell. Col. R. ?. Looney's splen
did personal appearance, wonderfnl
adapt.abil.ty ana fine conversational
powers enable him to make a fine im
pression on all classes of men. Wher
ever be goes be produces a degree of
enthusiasm, and those who are not
committed before meeting him lean
toward him with a very kindly feel
ing, lie is making votes in many of
our middle counties, and heie in
Na:hville his friends c aim to be able
to capture at least one third of the
Davidson county delegation for bim.
There is no doubt oi one fact, and
that is that Co!. Lojney is mak
ing great inroad i on Gen.
Dibrell s strength. He seems to
teg-trd Dibrell as his special niea-,
and gloiits in every opportunity to
mett bim in public gathering; all
this cf course detracts from Dibrell,
us ha is not a elrjwy man. Ilia con
vC'riktioa is cut specially bright m r
always grammatical aud his woa.th oi
snowy hair and wh:ekers, while giving
h.in a venerable appearance, iuchuu
young men in policies to the idea lint
be is loo o d to 11 1 tho cilice to which
sj iuoay brilliant yung men are ae
pirinii. The fact is, Gen. Dibrell is
just t-tn yeais older that any man who
was ever Governor ol Tennessee, and
the spirit tbat olouiin -td over the to
cent Judi'iial Convontion went far to
prove that old men aro not eo popular
m politics an they used to be. Dibrell
fcai many fiioLd-i, however, through
cut l ho r-ute and will poll a gcod vo'.e
on the flst ballot, 'ihe railroads for
some uukuown reofcoa havebecmehis
special champions, and true it is
fiat every Fuuscll men a"d all the
diatkfl.:d Democruts in Middle Ten
niBjee are loud y for bim. Perhaps it
is Una tbat has made so much against
l.im duiing tho last few weeks, as
several counties expected to instruct
for.bim have not done to. Ilisb orn
seems io bnve exploded, and knowii g
one! here pie:.i it that he ii out of tte
race. Hob Taylor teems to bo tbe
choi :e of most (J tbe Middle Tenues
res ccunliun that bavo spoken out.
Tronslale divided between bim srd
Lcor ey. An eli..rt to iristruct DeKalb
for HiDrtll elicited tr.e fait ttiat three
fourths of the dflegntion was for Tay
lor. 11 oust n, Cbta'.bain and Coffoo
have gone for Taylor, and a careful
cunvass of the delegates eleeted from
Kober'son aud Gils show them nearly
solid for bim. Davidson wi 1 give
Taylor a majoiityof her vot, and if
Kost Tennoespe ihould give bim a
strong send off, it would, in all proba
ta insecure him the nomioetion on the
ii'st or second ballot. Those who bad
the pleat uro of bearing Taylor in the
last canvass, ep ak mostbigh yof his
elotiueace; he ia not only witty, but
brilliant and lcg'cil, No man is more
charming, anu as a raconteur he is
without a peer in the .State. Two
years ago the State Executive Com
mittee received more requests for
Taylor to address tbe vaiioua counties
than for all the other speakers to
gether. Wherever he went he created
enthueipsm. If the nomination goes
to Eaat Tenne-'sos be is sure to got it
for many reasons.
Fifct-Klx years ego he was the can
didate of (hat section cf the State for
United States Senator, and on several
ballots received forty-eight votes, only
11 fly being nocefsiry to elect.
Second Fonr years ago he was
again the candidate of his division for
(ioyernor, and nearly defeated Bate for
Tliitd Two years !ago be was their
candidate for election and received a
uuanimoui nomination at the hands,
of a great convention.
Fourth Eight years sg3 be de
feated IV t ibone for Oongrers in the
First ' Congressional D strict which
bad a recoai'zoi Republican majority
of nearly 400J. Thus we see that in
every 8 ate contest K ist Tennessee has
put bim forwaid with eingu'ar unani
mity, and by thet menus the people of
Middle and West Tenneinee bave
been educated to believe him their
most representative man. Is it not
natural if we are to have an East
Tennessoean that we should think of
none other than Taylor? My word
for it the race is clearly between
Looney and Taylor. vidkttk.
MR. CHARLES SCOTT
Elected Levee ('onitulaaloner of Boll
vnr County, !Mla.
looaaasroitDasoi or vai arratL.I
Rohidalb, Mis., Ju'y 14. Three
hundred cf tbe most prominent citi
zens of Bolivar county, Mine., recnily
addressed a letter to the Lvee Board
of Huporvkois In which they e id:
"That there is a desire oa tho part of
the people, not only of this county but
of the entire levee district, that leveo
matters be placed in tbe hands of our
most intelligent, hono t and upright
men; we therefore recommend, re
quest and urge the election ot Mr.
Charles Sco t to this honorable and
important position. Rpcrgnlzing tho
fact that Mr. W.o'.t i) not an cilice
seeker and would sacritice his personal
interests iu accepting this poBit.on
yet we feel ttiat be will not re
fuse to ferve bis people in a mat
ter in which they are so deeply
concerned. That he will recognize
the fact tint it is the duty of evety
patriotic citixon to sacrifice telf when
such sacritice tdnda to tubserva the
public welfare. We feel that bis
knowledge of the levee laws, his finan
cial ability, his vast intjretta which
are confined t) no pait cular section,
butt-tretth orer tho whole cmutry;
hiiuntiriig energy and integrity ( f
chamfer and unswerving devotion ti
right and dmy eminently fit him ;for
the pcBitii n. Feeling that you will
serve the beit Interest of the peop'e
of yi ur county by electing hun, wo
respectful y u ge on you his election."
Mr. r-o'U waa elected, and iu aecfpt
ing tbe position said: For poisonal
aud pro ei S'onal reaions it is incon
venieut for me to acci t, and yet un
der ad the circumstances my duty as a
ci'ix m will not permit me to decline
the trust, I ehill therefore cheer'u'ly
ful till its dutiis to the best of my
ab lity, an 1 thanking ycu for the flat
teiirg to nu in which you have al
luded to me in ccnveyli g your wisht s
to the board, I remain, respect fitly,
yonr fe'low ci'tacn.
l b" K"e late Isnder commends Mr.
Scott's election and says that he "will
prove an clllclal of eminent ability,
and a ill be guided by elevated and
enlarged views, he being uifUd with
every faculty cf making bim capable
in every respect of d.scharging the du
ties of the posit inn and making a faith
ful and able official. Being a large
land owner bis landa lying in a 1
parts of tbe county, and consisting of
about 14,000 teres, and ranking ai one
of tbe best legal attorneys in tbe State,
eminently fit him for tbe position."
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For forty years I
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Hnll lineum, r.r)ii,niai., i-.rutiuu,..
Itbriiinall.iii, Rbeiiinatie 1'aina
Kevei- ami Aflir. niiia, malaria
alarrh. Inllaanra, ( nll tn tha ttoad
hoopiiit I eiisn. v ioinn;oiiiia. .
t 1 .1 u 1 H ..... n
rrvua rhl llv ....y ......... .....1
I rlnary Wraklli-aa, Wattine tied...
Itlaraaea "f ihr llrarl. I'alnitation 1
i hold by llriiMKinU, ov iH,lput on r-vii,tof
prloa.-uiBi'uiiivs'aaaitli tu. iwl f.iu. bu ..
. And DYSPEPSIA,
DR. C. McLANE'S
BK SURK TOl' OKT THE GENUINE. Tha
e .. !. 1- : , nl. VI
vuumcrmni ere ni"a in nt. uwuip, .'j
KHMlia.VrV, N. T. Board on tbe il ill.
Mrs. II. 0. Howard, a Washington
Park. Rooms large! l"ation delighiful;
Convenient tn ears to Manhattan tfcach,
coney Inland, Ling Beaoh and Central l'ark I
lav to ew York plaoes of a mm emant,
AY, JULY 10. 188b.
CAN BE CURES WITHOUT THE
The JTMiroI Brief, nublisbrd at St Louis, says
in the June, 16M. lasue : '- Many bnve become
victims to tbe use uf opium or morphine, nan
the uw of tbose drugs fur the relief of Neural
gia. It Is gratifying to observe that such diin
gerous oonaequenu may be averted by the
use of Tonoalink, wliicb la alnioat a speciiic
In tne acute tonii oi Keuraigia.
FOR BALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
A. . MPtLIFP. Sola Proprietor. TOO
WURN GIN AND MACBINB CO
MANUFACTURERS OP FIKST-CLAS8
Steam Engines, Boilers and Tank Work, Cotton liins, Cottc
Presses, Wood Pulleys, IShuftiiiff, Agi cultural
and Plantation Work,
ANU DEALERS IN
or We bave the LARGEST WORKS of the kind in tbe United States, and will meet
piiees for same quality of work, bend for Catalogue, Price-Lista
iWempliis, - -- -- -- - Tciuifiiue.
rKOPRIfltm OF THE .
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AND MANUFACTURER Or Lti KTNW CF
Flavorliio; Extracts, Syrup!", Bakru '"i.tv it rs, T-nlct Art clcs, Klc, Kir.
BO tTflrV' vo- Sfrnpt.
P. S, ALSTON,
ALITI1, ilOWILL 1
iitd Commtssioa Merchants. Hay, Corn Oate, P.'t, Cho? Ffed, Oil'Mwi,
Liai , teincnt, Plaster, liulldiug and Tire Rrkki Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. MeniDhi?.
'f w1" " Kll
ii , v i kit
. .. ,;..si, -iLji.:.
Z. M. ESTES '& CO.
(Sajl'CE-SOKS TO K8TKS, BOAS CO.)
Wi jlesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Q9P BBm W
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. '11 Union Street, s s flempliU. Teg.
.am a a a A RamMlyrnraii niseeaaaoi iwuw.niw
"Crab Orchard WaterEsrtl
j,WimimmimimHmmmwmrhum'nM ' -
Lata of J. 8. Day A Son. LaU of Meacham A llorton. Lata of BaitoyA Covlngtoi
DAT, HOETON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-382: Front Street. Memphis ITenn.
M. 0. PKAKCK
3I C Fearee Sd Coo
Cotton Factcss & Commission Clerch'te.,
No. 27 TRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Bala AanU followlnf
PIANOS-kbasich AvftfXFZZ>S; -
M1f A "KTtl UABOIt H1HIIR, tlOl ll a WARBEH, CMJ
aar A NSW T-OCTAVI PIANO FOR tlM.iaM
Write (or OaUloKuoa. Nofc 833 and 33 HECOXD Ht MEMrHi;
l flk aA. AS
USE OP OPIUM OK
Csed Tongallne n a eaaa ol NenralrU ef B or V
?aan atandiug. which had raaietad ail traatmant
ilia waa wx montua ainca aod Um patient baa ea
uud partuct freudua frum bar oumpuuni.1
1 Rowa, M. V. Oautiyrille. Ila
"Hav given TangoliDe a fair trial In Neuralgia.
To uaa ml patwut'e unc eipraaaion. iVe the mtHlt
wnafor Uiaa nw,aaa.,t J.F.Koiaii. jun.111
-1 eonaider Tonaalma thm haa m
Neuralgia 1 have er triad."
u. v. uuvaa, sa. o., noeriUe, Ma,
PRICK ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLK.
and 711 WABHINOTON AVKNtTB. BT. LOTJM
U. W. T0MU.N. V7M. BE.VJEb.
NEW CARRIAGE FISH.
179 JIaiu St., MeiniihlB.
Offer srecial Inducements In Open BuRgh
of our own make, at 8u5; Top Buggies c
our own make, at 120. All work w
ranted. Call before you buy.
WW Having disposed of our entire stocki f
vonii-iuB ariu toe iTinnuinciurirg weiiart
ment to Messrs. TOM LIN It BKNJta, w
bospeak for them a oontinuance of tin
pa ronait-e so long exttendod to us.
CARRIAUK A H . RIW A RE C'MPANT,
JH. IT. IH.4FKT.
r 11 ATT GIST CI
Manufacturer's Agenta for
Daniel Pratt Cotton Oir
FEEDERS AMD CONDENSERS,
SMILEY, SMITn A C.
I'ratl CcIlpaeUniler Glna, Fet
era nnd fain Bcpnlrera,
08 to 104 Poplar St., Memphis.
1 avfratt iievoiving-tieaa uins una-
4quieu. Dioo Din m-v tow
j reduced. Correyiondenoe ana orderi
solicited. Old Oins Repaired In Jrirst-
as urder. All work guaranteed.
, W. B. DOAN.
JOHN E. CANDLE & COPBOPR'S, :
08 Second St. Memphis, Tqp-
raFUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
Vnganea, Bollens Sawnilllia,
JSraaioru ;orn ana it neui jlhj $
Cotton Press, Cotton Uis
NlialtlnK, Pulleys, ic
HPKCIli NO TICK We are prepared to fill ordert
on ii notioe, for the eelei rated Mednrt Patent
WronglK- Fnllry. Wa carry in stook oval
Two Hundred Assorted hiiwa.
aarSand for Cstalngne and Prlca-llst.
A Ramrdy for all Klseeaea of tha Uirr, KiaV a
JOUN L. MoCLELLAN.
No. 5323, R. D. Chancery Court of Sbelby
vs. Josephine Vienna et al.
BY virtu of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above eause on tha
22d day of January, lHttf, M. B.51. paga 169,
I will sell, at public auction, to the biaboat
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Matter's
office. Court-house of Bhelby oooaty, Mem
phis, Tenn., oa
Naiurday, Jeur si. isse,
KVtn i.ni hnnn. the followina described
property, situated 10 bbelby ovuaty, lenn..
The 'north part of lot 3. block 38, fronting
32 feet on the east side ol Bt. Martin street,
and tunnint back 219 feet, more or less.t be
north line of said lot being 200 feet south of
Beile street. .....
Terms nf Bale On a credit of six months;
not with aeeurity, bearing interest re
quired; lien retained: redemption barred.
This June 26, 186.
a. 1. MoUUWKLL, uie na master.
T.y II. F. W!h, U. 0 sod M.
V H. and n. W. hai"k-H. solicitors.
No. 5407, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
eonnty State of Tennessee, for use, etc,
v, f. W. boiith etal.
fji virtue of an interlocutory decree for
I J sale, entered in tbe above cau on the
2hdayof January, IH-11, Vinute Book 51,
naae2ol, I will sell, at public aur.t'on. to tba
bighest bidder, in front of the t'lerk and
Master's oflloe, eourt-houso of bbelby coun
ty, Memphis, Tenn., on
Sato rttny, Autcnat 7, iSHB.
within legal bour, tbe following described
proi erty, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.,
Part of country lot 505, fronting 12 feet on
tbo south sido or C'irrull avonuo, 4lli feet
eas'. f Uco. P. Cooper's lot nnd wost of ard
adjoiiing SInry VYellord'a, by a, drptb of 17U
tect, (Sih ward.
Loti 1 and - r.nmbort'i suVrtiviHion, front
inn GO foit 011 th a.iHt s;io of Mum ssa!
s'reo', fn f-' tt ID01II10I Iii-:oy i-troct, by a
il,-.-li uf Itf.Ja le t. .
- lJ.,rt u. lui. i', cini'ittH- '-.t ;.cl, fiontina: 25
feet on tho north side of Wnsliii prton fltrfet,
t'.2 fri-f we. t of B. lliiLb'slct, by a uepth of
Part of country lot 4'.H, frr-nting "0 feet on
the nur.h udo ol iU4ni street, northwest
corner ol Yatos aveuue, by a depth of 148
Lot 2 coontry lot 51'.', froitin 50 feet on
tho weft fida 01 ,luhr.)on avenue, and run
riing back we-t between p.nalUl lines and
parallel with Auction but. !, l'.'O feet to an
Lot 10, country lot 519, fronlina 28 5-6 feet
on the oastM'le of I'oviriKlori road, southeast
cornerof alley south of Auc'.ion street, by a
depth 0 liioK feot-9tb wnrd.
Lot 14. couatry lot MM, Irontinx 23 10-12
feet 00 the east side ol Cov.OKton roid,28 5-6
feet south ot alley south of Auction strtet,
s a depth of W -oot.
West half of lot 62, country lot 41W, front
ing 30 Icet on tbe north eijr of Malison
street, by a depth of 148 foet 8th ward.
Torms of Sale On a credit 1 f six months j
notes with good security, boaricg interest
from date require!; lion retained to secure
en 11 e, mdequityol redemption barrod.
This July 7. 1Sb.
S. I. McDOWELL, Clck and Master.
By 11. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
CCRRUGATED MON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Tire, Wind, Water anal I Ightnlng
proof. Suitable for all kinds ef buildings.
For prices and estimates at factory rates,
eall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main at., and 21 A 23 Mulberry at.,
Headquarters for Iron Fenc e and Cresting.
Galvanised Iron flornloe, Tin Uoofs A stoves.
For 15 v.rs a 3? Court Plir, now jf
rtftilarly eduoatyl and quaHflnd riTf!'. id t
SKwt tatxxutii, aa tils prtcuu will prove
& per mfetorrheaf. ttad Xmpoxnvy9
ij the rrmll of telf-AbnM to yrroth, arruau eioeiMat it mtu
,m riari, or other oaijji( aud produciuc fome. w (C
lowing ctlMtr NavTOUiDftM, binlna.1 l- miuioai, auila
4oni by dreams). Dituoru of lilght, DrOctlie ties; "." "I r
Mcmlltccij Pitnilon l-'ac Avcrniro Ui Hoaei iemi-,
nfttrtuD of 'deaa, l ot Bcsual prMawr, kr.. feudlc
ortitge Improper or onfianpT. ant thfimipbtr and permtv
vo'.ly .'ured. SYPHIL IS V ,u6 am2
drelr ertirHcitej fm ltie 1JBi,:m GoHOrrh3t
GLEET, Strictura, OrcfalUa. Brruia, ai ftuwr
lT'to tanrt other privata dliteaiiet qiilokljr curarl-
t ta aeir-evMeat Uiataphj alelan wbiiMr?rpeeUlrttMr
9 a ftajmiu olaAi of daaaeit, an! tpmtmc Urauiauda akina
al v, tuiqulrci arl ikllL PhjaiHau kDwtngihlt taet ilur
-oioDtiitrud ptsrwm to my oar. W'bea H u ib"onTutct t
till the rltj ftrtreauaint niedlrluet jaa prtaJ4i
od aafi by nial) or cvpreM aii wbara.
.Laulutiuuo pajrwaaltr w 6? tertar tAA aai :a1tafi,
'1't rrtjKJH t' nd XTrewjxjadaiatjB aw:".!? nai itx.i
'.t KJoraffM, ant any aiM-aa, aer.anlv Mti,lbr i"v
nl. Staoula Im r4 br a.,. d.trw at iv.,
'iftw Mr Inr n i. S. Mt. iSMiWra. f tmr r
This BELT or Re.
(eneri-tor ia madeez-
pressly tor tne euro
of detreneration of
tbe generative or
gan. There is no
mistake abon thisin
strument tba con
tinuous stream of
meatlns through tba
carts mus. restore
them to bealthv action. Do Dot conlound
this with Electrie Belts advertised to cure
all ills from head to toe. It is for the ONE
specifio purpose. For circulars aivlnc full
nformatiion, address Cheever Electric Belt
Co.. VU Waahinvton street. Ch'cait . ill.
CHANCERY SALE '
No. 50lfi, K. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
eonnty. State of Tenaessee vs. L.
Cobb et al.
By virtue of Interlocutory decrees for sale,
entered in the above enune on the 2Hth
day of Jane and 9th day of Novomber, 1H85,
M.B. 48, p.&60,andM. B. 60. paae 111, I will
sell at public auction , to the WheBt bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Master's office,
courthouse ol bbelby oonnty, Memphis, Ten
Batnrday, Jnly 84, 1886,
within legal hou-s, the following describe (
property, situated In Shelby oounty, Ten
Lot 8, block 5, fronting 50x170 foot, soutl'
side of Georgia street,
Part lot 1, block 41, beginnirg on tontt
side of Vance street 80 est east of the corns,
of St. Martin street: thence east with Vance
streot 70 feet; thonce south ft) feet; thenoa
west 70 feet; thence north 60 foet to the be
ginning. Lot 19, block 64, beginning oa the west
aide of Hernando treet at nortboat corner
of said lot : thence cowardly with the line
of j. M. Wilson's lot tfti (est to tbe east line
ot S. Mosby's lot) tbence south with said
line 21 feet thence eastwardly with Henry
Moan's line to Hernando street; thenoa
north with said street feet to the begin
ning. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months,
note bearing interest, with security, re
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 18, ISM.
c-. I. McDOWKIL, Clerk and Master.
1v It. F. Walsh, PeputyClark and Master.
r. n. tl. Vf. tleiFKeit, pnnci'ors.
A book of 100 pages.
Ibe best book for
r 'It contains lists of
k an aavei tlser to son-
newrrapers and estimates o the eost of ad
vertising. Theadvertiserwao wants to spent:
one dollar, finds in it the information he rci
quires, while for him who will invest one
hui.dred thousand dollars In advertising.a
eheme lsi ndioated which will meet nit
every reqrt'rement, or can be made todois
by sfigbtebansw easily arrived at by corrs.
spondence. One hundred and fifly-thres
editions have been issued. Kent, postpaid
to any address tor ten wool. Apiily to QEu,
p. kiiwmii. x en., rihwerAr-isri
VEHTIHINU BURKAIT.10 Spruoast. (Print
sr Hon Honara . N.a Vorfc-
;it th NpwrtpafMtr Aavir
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