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J5ESD IS THEIR RESIGNATIONS TO
But Little Excitement Over the Mat
ter An Oration to John Morley
Lonpok, Jaly 20. TLe Cabinet, at J
meeting this afk'rnoon, decided to
immediately jVe their resignations
in the bonds oi me wueen. lue meet
inf was held at Mr. CiladHtone'soilinial
residence, in Downing street. The
street was crowded with people,
There was but little cheering
when the decision cf the Minister be
came known. John Morley, Chief
Secretary for Iraland, rereiveu an ova
tion fiom tiie poopie a? he was enter
iug the Premier's residence.
left for oenonm.
(i P.M. A. mesteoper to the Qaeen,
conveying the formal retignatioca of
the Ministers, has lelt London for Os
Will Ixeb.ag. l'.aoc.
London, July 20. It is rumored
that Baron de Courcal and M. Wad
dington, French Ambaetadors at Ber
lin and London, respectively, will ex
Railway HaiininK la Africa.
London, July 20. Dr. Peterx, the
German tiaveler, after having had a
conference wilh Henry M. Stanley,
proposes that a railway be built from
iar-Ks Salatm to the interior of Kant
Africa with Knglish capital.
Will B.vlM HI) HtoKrnby,
Rome, Jaly 20. It is belisved that
the Tope will revise his biography,
which is being compiled by Biehop
The I.akrlaod I.iplosfoa.
Cork, July 20. Tho explosion at
Lakeland Sunday, liy which two men,
named Long and Bryan were killed,
occurred in an unused icehouse. The
place had been converted into a
strong, vault like chamber. The
heavy roof was blown cfl by the force
of the explosion. The bodies of the
two men who were killed had no ex
ternal marks of injury upon them.
The men were of good character. It
is now supposed that the exnlrs'on
was cauBed by powder ttolen by
Fenians and hidden in the icehouse,
and that it was limited bytbe two
men by acjidei.t. The coroner's jury
rendered a verdict of accidental death.
Grrmaay'a Trade In China.
Bkri.in, July 20. The Gorman Con
sulate at Canton has sunt home
samples of goods which are wilable in
Chi La, for the benefit ol manufacturers
exporting to the Eiet.
Ilenry Ward lleectier at London,
London, July 20. Ilenry Ward
Beecbtr Itst evening delivered his
first lecture in Exeter Hall. His But-
ifctwat'Thelttign of the Common
'eople." He was warmly received.
llerr lluchlmnu Dead.
Birlin, July 20. Ilerr Bucbtman.
Fre'iilont cf tl e Municipal Council of
Berlin, it d'nd.
Russia's loloulalnsi Nvhrane.,
St. PrrKusiiURo, July 20. The Ang-lo-Kuiaian
explorer, McLeay, is mak
ing arr&ngcmrnU to found a Russian
colony in New Guinea.
rorllfln Ihe Parllle t'oaal,
Halifax, N.' 8, July 20. A party
of royal engineers, under Lieutonant
Colonel O'B lieu, lefc here yeeterday
for British Columbia. They go to look
over the ground with the view of re
porting to the Imperial authorities as
to the best manner of fortifying the
The Queen al Osborne.
London, July 20. The Queen ar
rived today at tbe royal castle at Os
borne, Isle of Wight,
A (Tain m the Kait.
London, July 20. A diapatch from
Tekin to the Jt'mMtnyg the KurhIbii
fleet threatens IjuerefT becaueo Eng
land during tho Afghan dispute occu
pied Port Hamilton. The dispatch
addB that tho Chineee fleet lias pro
ceeded to Vladivostok, and that the
Banian Minister of War is visiting the
far East. His presence there is re
garded as significant.
Toploaa Knlne in Month Aostralla.
London, July 20. Advices from
Adelaide state that copious rains have
recently fallen in Houth Australia,
benellting the crops greatly,
Tbe Wealejrnn t'enterenee at London
London, July 20. The Weeleyan
Methodist conference opened today in
London, with a largo attendance.
I.nltpolil and the Pope.
Mvtnicu, July 20. The Papal Nun
do here, who was instructed by the
Vatican to sk Prince Luitpold for an
explanation of tho statement mado to
the Bavarian Miniatry on his acces
sion to tbe Kegoncy that ho had been
assured bv the highest Catholic au
thority that the condition of tho
Church in the Kingdom was perfectly
eatisfactorr, has just Bent to Cardinal
Jacobini. Papal Secretary of Stale,
Luitpold's answer. In this the Re
gent promiaes to make an arrangement
with the Vatican which shall be tat
isfactory concerning the interests of
the Church In Bavaria.
It Iota at Marseilles.
Paris, July 20.-In Marseilles last
evening, mobs attacked the otlices of
tbe Royalist papers. The gendarmes
defended the buildings successfully,
preventing the rioters from carrying
out their porpose of tacking the prem
ises. The mobs then turned on the
?endsrmes and a severe light ensued,
'he police and soldiers together over
powered the rioters and restored order.
A number of rioters were arrested.
Many of the police and soldiers were
They Are Biol Horry.
There is one thing nobody ever re
grets that is, the day they first adopt
ed Parker's Tonic as their regular fam
ily medicine. 1 Its range is so wide
and its good effects so sure, that noth
ing else, except good nursing, an
needed in a Brent majority of easm
Buy it, try it, and afterward it will not
require any praise rom ns.
A fearful rail.
Bochxstkr, N. Y., July 20. A man
named Michael Viergivere, a shoe
maker, iamped off the Vincent Place
bridge last night and fell about 120
feet. He struck on bis back in tbe
water and wts bidly liruised. but no
oones were broken. He will probably
t:x ports for the Week.
Nkw York, July 20. The exporte
lor tne weea ending July L'J, issu (ex
clusive of specie) waio $0,305,53;! in
The Tansanllpa. Revolotlon.
Oalvjmtox, Txx , July20. A special
to the Nem from Laredo toys: In-
tense excitement prevails on the Mex
lean side of the Itto Grande concern
ing tbe status of the revolution which
has broken ont in the State of Tamaa-
lipis. The air is thick with a tbonsand
rumors, rone of which can be traced
to ao authentic source. It is stated,
however, on good authority that a
prominent citizen of. Mexico, now nv
ing in Laredo and an active sympa
thizer with the present outbreak, re
ceived a cipher diepatcn yetcrjay
from Tatnaulipa8 etating that the revo
lutionists would publicly pronounce
today in the principal plaza at Mata
moras. If this is done it is thought
bloodshed will surely follow.
Over the Fall era Meteor la Ocnnhre
Mii.wauku, Wis , July 20. People
in the vicinity of Grafton, Ozaukee
county, are very much excited over
the fill of a meteor near tbat place.
While a pa'ty of harvesters were at
woik one afternoon in a barley field
on the farm cf Henry Diederick, a
mile and a ba'f south of the villag',
tbey were suddenly startled by a loud
and strange sounding noise, not un
like the roar of a long train of cars.
The noise increased in volume to such
a df gree, during the space rf only a
few seconds, as to become almot
deafening. The unusual sound seemed
to come from the heavens, and gazing
upward-, the spectators saw what ap
peared to be a huge ball of smoke
rapidly defending to tbe earth.
What they took to be a strange visitor
from some neighboring world was a
meteor. It struck the earth within a
few rods of where the men were stand
ing and buiied itself deep in tbe
ground. The news spread rap'd!y
throughout the township end county.
sines which time Mr. Diederick'a bar
ley field has boen visited by hundreds
of people, including many scientific
men. The hole in tho ground is three
or four feet in circumference. Its
depth is unknown. All attempts to
find bottom by iD89iticg long poll 8
having, it is ea d, proved futile. Mr.
D.edeiiek is now engaged in excava
ting the earth around the spot where
the meteor lies embedded, and intends
t) bring the la ter to the surface 11 it
takes all summer.
Prohibition to lleTeatcd on the 1141 li
lcoHaiBpoxDiNca or Tin affial.J
Ii'ka, Miss., July 10. An election,
nnder the local option bill pamcd at
the laet session of the legislature, was
today ordered by the Board of Super
visors of Tlehouiiogo county, for Trine
day, the 24 'h clay of Auguot. The
people will now have an opportunity
to ray by vote whether tney want
liquoia sold in this county or not.
The petition was presented by anti
Prohibitionists. It is conceded by all
tbat tbe election will be close, but the
prevailing opinion is that the connty
will go "wet."
The contract fur repalis on tho Iuka
Normal Institute building was let out
Saturday tl W. H. Lockwood, the
hading lumber dealer of this place.
He will commence work at once and
press it as much as possible in order to
finish his contract by September 1st,
that everything may be In readiness
for tho opening of tbe next session of
this popular school. Dust is becom
ing plentiful, and consequent the
crops are needing rain.
A Network of Water Extending Over
ore Than 8000 Miles.
London Time: The report published
by Lieut, von Nimptsch of the tier
man army, son in-law of Gen. von Loe,
Aide-de-camp to the Emperor, give
some very interesting dotails of the
journey which be made with Htrr
Wo) IT, a traveler in the service of the
Congo Free State, and which has re
sulted in the discovery of a river likely
to be of niateiial value to traders with
the Congo. Tbe Congo in its course
from the southeast makes a very wide
bend to the north and then descends
axain to the Atlantic, a very large tract
curve. Within tins curve is the river
KacBai, which Lieut, von Nimptsch
regards aa being "of even grea'er
importance to commerce than the
Congo it. elf." Describing their jour
ney, he says that as far as Luebu the
Kaseal flows through wide plains well
adapted for cultivation, pasturage,
and foreeta of palm trees and gotta
percha trees. There are many villages
on the banks, and the travelers met
with great civility in all of them save
one, the inhabitants of wbich lied at
their approach. One tribe, adds Lieut,
von Nimptsch, "was remarkable for
its joviality. The natives accompa
nied tho eteamer in their canoes, and
when we landed organized dances nod
songs in our honor." There is a great
deal of ivory all along the Kassai, and
large pieces of the llnest quality were
readily given in exchange for empty
boxes and tins. They discovered sev
eral aflluents of the Kaseai, and they
calculated that they were navigable for
a distance of 250 uii ei. "But the most
important allluent," the report goes
on to say, "is that which llerr
Wolff explored in the steamer Vor
warts during the months of February
and March. He ascended this stream
to a distance of 430 leagues from be
mouth, and one of iti northern alllu
euis brought him within a week's
march of Nyaogouo. He might have
gone still further bad his eteamer not
met with an accident, for there are no
cataracts in this river. All this net
work of navigable water, extending
over more than 3000 miles, is most ad
mirable, and in future it will be possi
ble to travel eastward from the Atlan
tic, reaching Nyangoue and then Lake
Tangyuteka by leaving the Congo at
the mouth of the Kaasai, without be
ing obliged to ascend the whole of tho
former stream, thus avoiding the Stan
Uesperate Prlae Flaht.
PuiLAi)Ki.rniA, Pa., Jnly 20. Rxh
ard. alias "Nitchy" Golden and John
McReavy, who fought a desperate
prize fight at Wilmington, Del., on the
1st, were arrested here last night to
gether with James Ryan, who is said
to have been the referee. The three
prisoners were given a bearing this
morning and were held to await a
requisition Irom Delaware.
Ballroad Collision at Bridgeport.
Bkidoki'ort, Conn., Jnly 20. The
2:40 express from New York ran into
a gravel train near the elevator in
Bridgeport, smashing teveral of the
gravel cars and killing and wounding
a number of Italians on the train. The
exact number is unknown. None of
the passengers were injured.
The Pipe Hnnnfitrlarers.
PiTTsm-Ro, Pa., July 20. Tbe Na
tional Association of 1'ipo Manufact
urers, which Includes all the tube
manufacturers iu the country, met
here today and reaffirmed the card of
prices adopted at a meeting held in
New York last month. Trade was re
. . S. . . .1. . ..
ported good. The sscociation ad'
jourred to meet In Philadelphia An
gust 25th. f
THE THIRD DAT OF THE CELE
BRATION. Tbe farade of AH Natlons-The
i Procession a Complete
Alhanv, N. Y., July 20. As the
sun rcss over Albany this morning, a
national salute of thirty-eight guns
ushered in the third day of the bi
centennial celebration. The event of
the day was the parade of all nations.
The hour at wbich the proceuion was
to start was at 9 o'clock a. m. Long
before that time the streets resounded
with the strains of martial music and
the tread of men marching to the
rendfavons. It was an hour after the
scheduled time when the bead of the
procession moved. Tbe loute was
Irom South Pearl street to North
Pearl, to Clinton avenue, to Perry
street, fo Central avenue, to Wash
ington avenue, and thence to Esg'e
street, where tho proceesion was dis
missed. Every dwelling bouse and
business bulldirg along tbe entire line
of march was profusely decorated.
The sidewalks on every street and
avenue were crowded with men, women
and children, in holiday garb. Not
only was all Albany on the streets,
but visitors from all the surrounding
country had como to swell the
throngs. Every boat and train brought
fresh accessions to the multitude
already within the city. The sight
seers were not disappointed in their
expectations, for tbe strong, but
friendly rivalry between the several
nationalities represented in tho pro
cession resulted in making it as com
plete a success as the mott enthusi
astic rf its managers could have
hoped for. The procession was formed
nnder command of Col. M. J. Sever
ance, Giand Marshal, with an efficient
IN THB FIRST DIVINION
was a float bearing young women rep
resenting the various Provinces of
Holland, and dressed in typical cos
tumes. Following was a float repre
senting a windmill with millers in
pea'ant costume at work. In this di
vision a's3 marcljed the St. Andrews
and Caledonian socUtirs, arrayed in
kilts ami tertans, their stalwart breasts
swelling with the pride aroused in
their hearts by the inspiring strains of
IN THB RIC0ND DIVISION
were the French Canadiansof Albany,
Troy and Green Island, wi'h a band
from Plattaburg. They bore the ban
ners of St. Jean Baptiste socloiies of
their respective localities. On a hand
somely decorated float was a figure of
St. Jobn the Baptist rs a child, with a
live lamb beside it. In carriages rode
a number of gaily dressed members of
lacrosse and snowshce clubs.
Tbe Italians i1eo marched in division
and were preceded by an elaborately
constructed float bearing a ship repre
senting the Santo Maria, with a figure
of Columbus, its commander, in all
the bravery of tho period in which he
TBI THIRD DIVISION
marched beneath the green dig of
Ireland. It comprised tbe Hibernlon
Ritlo Corps, the 6t. Joseph, St. Johns
and St. Marys Societies, the Robert
Kmmet Association of Hibernians,
United Irishmen and branches of the
Irish National League. One float
decorated in green and gold bore
aloft in Its center a throne, on which
was seated a young lady representing
Erin; while surrounding her were
other young ladios drosted in white
and green representing the four
Froviuoes and thirty-two counties of
reland. Other floats bore figures
reprsenting Kmmet and Parnell, the
former with his hands bound aa a
Ill THB FOURTH DIVISION
marched the Grant Club, with fifty
mounted men in red uniform, 100
men In white uniiorms and 100 in blue.
At their head was borne a banner
bearing the figures "30(i."
IN TDB FIFTH DIVISION
were the Apollo and Cecilia Singing
clubs. TheLoiderkranzand numerous
other German societies with a;number
of handsome floats beating men dressed
to represent Mor.ut, Guttenborg,
Schiller and other celebrities. On an
other float was Gerniania surrounded
by a bevy of;gayly dressed maidens and
Columbia, tbe Goddess of Liberty.with
representatives of all nations, followed
ch se behind.
A s the procession moved through the
streets it was everywhere enthusiasti
cally wcloomed and the more striking
features obtained were constant suc
cessions of hearty applause.
At the close of tbe precession the
populace dispersed in various direc
tions, some going to witness the after
noon's regatta at Pleasure Island,
others to the planting of the memorial
oak in Wahinton Park, with cere
monies by the German Singing socie
ties, and still more ta the Scotch
gamrs. at the Fair Gronnita.
Infantile and Birth Humors Speedily
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FOR Clsanilnt the Skin and Sculp of Birth
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and Inflammation, fnrourlns the trat rP
toiniof Kotems, Ptoriiuli, Milk Cru.it, coud
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blood diteMei. Cimmia, the arest Skin
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Mr. and Mn. Krerett Hubblni, Belcher
town, Mmi write i "Our little boy waa ter
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nothini we oould tire him helped htm until
we tried Oi'Tiei Rsuamae, which gradu
ally cured him, until he la now aa fair sa
" FROM HEAD TO FEET."
Charles Keyre Ilinkle, Jersey City Iliahts,
N. J., writes: "My ion, a lad of twelve
yearn, waa completely enred ol s terrible
cue of Kotems by the Curious Ranamas.
From the top of hit head tn the sole of hl
(eet waa one mui of csbi." Erery other rem
edy and phjiloisni had been tried In vein.
A LITTLE BOY CUBED. n
Nuh a Naih, Corlngton, Ky., write t
"One of our ourtomert bought your Cvtioph
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of humor in the head, ao that he was s loitd
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lor the good ithsa dons him."
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Prepared by the PoTTaa Dm o and Chisical
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Send for "Hew to Crt Skin Diseases. "
DARV Cntlrnr Kosp, sn ei'iuii.
PWU I ttely perfumed Wkln Hwtiiiur.
- NeunUio. SHutle, 6udtlen, Shun.
.lantl in Ham maiion ever oomnound-
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APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 18b.
A QUESTION ABOUT
Hm qofwtion baa probably been Mkd thoaaandt
of UmM'ltnir cava fimwn'i Imn Bitter cure rw7.
tlthm!"' wall, tt d'AHn't. But it 4mm cure any diMttvie
fr which a reputable ptijaician would prwe-ribe I mm
Piinuciana raooffULU Iron an tb bent nMloraiiva
ant known to tbe proftwion, and iiiauirr of any
laulin cbraiical Hrmwill mibntanliat the aaasrtiiHi
that there are mora prejaratiiiu oi imn than of any
other lulMtAnoti uaeti In mtMllrina Tliia ahowa eon
el uit I y that iron ia auknmifMlKfd tu be the moat
important ticUw in tmcximni nl meiiiRal practice. It ia,
howerfir, a remarkable fact, that pn-ir to the dlsoof
pry (rf It ItOVVN1 IKON Itl TT K It H no perfect,
ly aatiaf actory iron oonjbiuation had ever beuu found,
BROWN'S IRON BlttERSS
heedaebe, cr prodnee onrmtlpation nil of her Iron
nrdlrlnndo. IIKim .VNIKON ItlTTKIl
cores Inrtigmtlon, Hilionsnraa, W'rnlinru,
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Tired FeellnaT,ienernll)eblll(T,Pnln in tbe
Hide, Hark or l.lmbe, llrailarhr end Nrornl.
!(( 11 these silmenU Iron la prescribed dally.
BROWN'S IRON BinERS.c ta:
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Fort Tearg a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
" FOR FORTY TEARS I have been a rlo
tlm to CATARRH thrae-fourtha of tho time
a anfferer from EXCRUCIATING PAINS
ACROSS MY FOitKIIEAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. The diachargea wers ao offensive
that I heaitate to mention it, except lor the
good it may do aome other aufferer. I have
apent a young fortune from my earning!
during my forty yeara of fullering to obtain
relief Irom the dootura. I hare triad patent
medicines every one I oould learn of from
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And AT LAST (67 years of age) have met
with a remedy that haa oured me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 128 pounds,
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la, that being in the humble walka of lite I
may not have Influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufferers to uss what haa oursd me
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" Mr. Henry Chevea, the writer of the
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" Ex-Mayor of Maoon."
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but sny person who ia Buffering from Cougha.
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In order to move oar Immenas itock ws
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' CAN BC CURED WITHOUT THE
The Ifrttieal Kriff, poblished at St Louis, t&jt
i in tbe June, 18M, lue : Many have become
Victima to the uee of opium or morphine, from
the use of those drugB for the relief of Neural
gia. It is gratif ying to observe that such dan
gerous consequences may be averted by the
use of TonuaLine, which is almost a specific
in the acute form of Neuralgia."
FOR BAI.E BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
A. . MFLLIER. Sole Propritor. 7(r
Wholeaale Dwilor n.ai Fabliau-,
Bole Agents followlm Firit-Claaa Inatramentu
StO13L'WV and laES.X3.cStl0
1T A lVilfts-.KRA!,ICI1 a ACH, SA6I.EB, C. T. PEASE C4.
M-r Alii) WHKBtoC'la. i.
gar A NEW T-OCTAVE
Write tor OaUloamaa. Not. 323 and
NAPOLEON HILL, President, W. X. W1LKE BS0N, Ylco-Preeltlea
II. J. LYNN, Cashier.
mmm tu tm & ben
DOES A GENEBAL FIRE ASD MARINE BCSINENN.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FUB8TENHEIM, WM. I. COLE,
B. MAWbFIKLD, D. K. MYEK3, W. D. BKXUKLL.
Office IP Mail i son Street, Memphis, Tenn
Jobn at. Hallivao.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton 'actors
And Commission Iftsntatt,
32 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tens.
B ETWEES ADAHS AID JEFFEKAOIT.
Mr. I. N. RAINEY devotei his whole time to the weighing and sale of all Cotton sntruated
tn onr oharge. Ootton Wwrehonae. & hingtow atreet.
'J. S. IsAT, W. H. HOBTOT, J. W. BAII.ET.
Late of J. B. Daj A Son. Lata of Meaoham i liorton. Late of Bailey A Ooringtot
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-3G2:Front Street. Memuhis iTenn.
THE LIVERM0RE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO PAN'
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPlSOtom Adams St Memphif
EnglBes, 4fZ, "
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPTC, 226 and 228 Second St
(Sneeesaors in this lepartment to JOHN MANOQTJI.)
i-Wrlt n fnr information on ANY THING in either line.
L. D. MULLIN8, of UU J. R. Godwin A Co. JAS. YONQE, late of J. V. CaldwsU A Ot
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors&Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row. Cor. Front and Union, Kempbis.
M Chickasaw Ironworks
J?tA d MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
fjvj Engines, Boilers, Sawmills,
VM Two Hundred Aaaorted I
' ..7T?'''illii sisr-Hend for Cstalorn
J. A. BAILEY.
I h T1ATTPV 6. n.fl
Ui ill JLIUlilJJl V UUp
33G Second Street, Memphis.
A LARQK AND COMPLRTB STOCK OF PLUMBRRS, OAS AND STEAM mTKRS
A Material. I'nnii... Drive Walla. Iron. Lead and Hhino Pipe, Oaa PiTture.. fflohea, Kte
209 MAIN STREET,
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Ko. 11 Union Ntreet. : t Hemphii. Tcwa.
J. T. f AR9AS0N. 0. 0. HKIN. IU A. PARKER. K. L. WO0D803
J. T. FARGASH & GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Sf 9 Front Street, Meraphi, Tenu.
Cotton eon alt ned to nt will hare our careful attention. We carry at all timet a wall-
seieeiea nucs ui
an a .11 aaai at atssv aasn ta f .eta TaW sfSasI I
USE OF OPIUM 0t
TJaed Tongaline m a esse of Nenralgis of If or If
r atandjng. wblcta sad misted aD traatnuoa
Ttua wee iu njimth. ewce and Uie ptlnt has eir
Jued perlect trned. jm In.m br complaint
. t. U Rwi, M. D., CrtntrjTille, Ida
"Haw gtren T(rngali a lab- trial In Ketmlgla.
To una my patient'a owa eiprearion, "U'etlie meli
cioe iur tlat dueaee." J.P.KiKasa .n lt
"I eonaider Tonsaliae the best prepawjin (or
Ketmlel 1 tum erer trH)." '
u- v. uuvil, M. IJ, Plnerill.. Mo.
- PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTL.H
and 711 WASHINGTON AVKWUB. ST. LOUsB.
PIANO FOR l0.-sjaai
335 SECOND ST., MEHPII It
JAMES RKILLT, ' JOHN L0AOUJ
&. J. SJlar.
j Nli eel Iron
ii if M I
JOHN . KAMiLE X ty.,;i'KOFK'SJ,
98 Second St. Memphis, Ten-"
VHAg?itiTTTJliPTJ Jtr lWlfimVlSTfi
t. o Bradford Corn and Wneat mil
A Cotton Press, Cotton GiwR,
. ' 4 ShaftlnK, rnlleys, Jfc lc
SPECIAL NOTICE We'are prepared to fill order!
flsr nn anor- notion, for the oeletirateo Medarl Pateasl
Wrongln.xui PoKC7. oarry in stock over
rne and Prife-Hat.1
. K. WITT.
wllb a fall amort
t MEMPHIS, TENN.
No. 6323, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
connty State of Tennesaee lor use, etc.
rs. Joaephine Vienns et al.
Bf Tirtue of an interlooutory decree for
tale, entered in the above eauae on the
22d day of January, Ittsn, M. B.51, pace 169,
I will sell, at public auction, to the hirheit
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's
office, Court-bouae of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Natarday, Jnly SI, 1886,
within legal houri, the following described
proierty, situated In Shelby county, Tens..
The 'north part oi lot 3, block 38,frontinc
32K feet on tbe eaat aide of bt. Martin atreet,
and running back 219 feet, more or lesa.t be
north line of laid lot beini Mi feet south of
Terms of Sale On a credit of six montha:
note with security, bearing interest re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
Thia Junr2rt. lssfi.
S. I. MoDuWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H.F. Walfh, It. C. and M.
P. II. and C. W. Hoikall. eolicitora.
No. 5407, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
eounty State of Tenneasee, for use, eta..
Ta, F. W. Smith et al.
BY Tirtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above oause on tha
)thdayof January, 1886, Minute Book SI,
rage 261, 1 will sell, at public auct'on, to the
highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master's office, court-house of Shelby coun
ty, Memphia, Tenn., on
Hatnrday, Atignat 7. 1886,
within legal hours, the following deacribed
property, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.,
Part of oonntry lot 5ft5. fronting 12 feet on
the aouth aide ol Carroll avenue. 41'4 feet
eaat cf tieo. P. Cooper'a lot and weat of and
adjoining Mnry Welford'a, by a depth of 170
feet, 8lh ward.
Lot 1 and 2 Rembert'a sut division, front
ing M feet on the eaat siiie of Manaaaas
atree', f feet north ol fiawiey street, by a
df jth of 14ti fett.
Part O' lot F, country lot r.01, fronting 25
feet on the north aide of Washington street,
t2 feet wobt of 13. liabb'a lot, by a depth of
Part of country lot 495, fronting 75 feot on
the north aide of Adams aireet, northweat
corner ol Yates avenue, by a depth of 148
Lot 2. country lot 51 f. fronting 50 feet on
the west aide of Johnson avenue, and run
ning back wet between parallel lines and
parnllel with Auction street, 100 feet to an
Lot 10, country lot 519, fronting 2S 5-6 feet
on the east aide of Covington road, aoutheaat
corner of alley south of Auction atreet, by a
depth o' 16fi feet-9th ward.
Lot 14. country lot MH, fronting 29 10-12
feet on the east aide of Covington road, 28 5-6
feet aouth ot alloy south of Auction street,
by a depth of 14'i leet.
Weat half of lot 62, country lot 4'W. front
ing 30 feet on the north tide of Malison
street, by a do nth of 148 feet-8th ward.
Terms of Safe On a credit rf aix months;
notes with good security, bearing interest
from date required; lien retained to aecura
same, and equity ot redemption barred.
Thia July 7.188.5.
6. 1. MnDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire, Wind. Water and I Ightnlna
proof. Suitable for all kinds ef buildings.
For prices and estimates at factory rates,
call on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Main St., and 21 A 28 Mulberry St..
Headquarters for Iron Fenors and Creating,.
Galvanised Iron Cornice. Tin Hoofs A Moves..
lor 15 yeart a- 37 toort Plaft, now
Met. Third and Fourth,
UtiPl mocMarul. M hlf pruUtif will rrrrrt
Cure rU formr of PRIVATE;
CHRONIC nd SEXflAl DlS
Spermfetorrii. und Xnipotencyt
Uifl rmaU of telf-abuM lu f cmth, kidbi ncucM to
um tresn, or othar mtuvft, iDd pRxrurici nm o . up te;
rowioit: (1ecti. Nrrrouitwu, 8cmiDl KmUiiot, eWf
4oqw by drTsan), DlntDdM ot tilptit, Drlertirc ilm';, Thy '
asi-avlIhHiiy, Pimple on Pact). ArriMi to Hoonjt? si FernaVw,
'Umfijiuo ot idi, ln ot BeiQssI Powtf, ke., rendr-ric
tP.rTiac linproiT or unhappf, tre rinroofbr tod natw
wotly cared, g YPHlli IS (wuvriy ourad avod
GLEETt Stricture tirchiUi ftcroia (or Mui.wT),
tiil other privatsj Uset quickly cvrM,
)t r irtr-ajvMcnl that a phy alcltu wbo paji perUi aUamtSsl
o Mrila dm of diwae!t, ani 'reatinir Hvwiwli aiua
Uy, icqtilre $ni skill Ph yet, riant knomn,) cbH fic'.oroj
tfAWiEBifiKi ptrMir 10 my lar Wf.et H T")ovrirll ic
rutt'tieoilT fr" trfUD?nt rnM Hu ar m ls
rd nt'ilf by ranll r txpntu trywher.
ai cle r taken.
Cimniiitatlouj) ixraAtiMi, .. f,t '.( svii ;jwitsi
i't Vh frees. t.t to dj arW-, iarj .:, fuT 1hm
us. -riuii Situl x ri bi ftA ittJrta at ttot.
ffi..,. r.v- - V, toprV k. ajjfa, J tr
No. 5046, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Stat, of Tennessee vs. L.
Cobb et al.
BY Tirtue of Interlocutory decrees for sale,
entered in tbe above oause on the 26th
day ot June and 9th day of November, 1885,
M. B. 48, p. 6o0, and M. B. 60. pate 111, I will
ell at public auction, to the highest bidder.
In front of the Clerk and Master's offloe,
courthouse ol tihelby oounty, Memphis, Ten
Hatnrday, July 24, 1886,
within legal hours, the following dosorlbcd
property, altuated In Shelby soanty, Tea
neaaee, to-wit: .....
Lot 8, block 5S, fronting 50x170 feet, son! h
side of Georgia street, ...
Part lot 1, block 41, beginning on south
side of Vance atreet 80 teet eaat of the onrner
of St. Martin street; thence eaat with Vane,
atreet 70 feet; thence south 60 feet; thence
west 70 feet; thenoe north 60 feet to the be
ginning. Lot 19. block 84, beginning on tba west
aide of Hernando street at northeast corner
of said lot; thenoe westwardly with tha line
of J.M. Wilaon's lot lf6 teet to the east Una
ot fl. Moaby's lot; thenoe south with said
line 21 feet; thence eastwardly with Henry
No'an'a line to Hernando street; theno.
north with said street 21 feet to tha begin
ning. Terms of Sale On a eredit of six months,
note bearing interest, with security, re
quired; lion retained; redemption barred.
This Jane 18, 18W.
6. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
fly II. F. Walsh. Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. H. A C. W. Heiakell. solicitors.
Oitcuit Court of Shelbycounty, Tennen
Elaie Moody vs. William Mooay.
It appearing to the Court that on the 5th
day of March, 1886, the petitioner, Klsie
Moody, filed her petition in this Court
against the said William Moody; and that
on tha 8th day of March, 1886, a sub-
Jena to anawerwaa Isaued against said de
eniant by the Clerk ol thia Court requiring
him to appear in the cauae and make de
fense, which was placed in tha bands of th
Sheriff of Shelby oounty and by him re
turned Maroh 10, 1886, defendant not to be
found in his county; and thereupon on the
5th day of April. 18S6, an alias summons
was laaued commanding the Sheriff to aum
men said defendant to appear In the cause
on the third Monday in May, 1NS6, to anawer
the petition of theaaid Elsie Moody, and the
Sheriff, having made return on the 17th of
May, 1886, that a'ter diligent search mad.
tha defendant, William Moody, was not to
be found in hia oounty:
It ia therefore ordered, adjudged and de
creed. That publication ones a week, for
lour consecutive weeka.be made in the Mom
iihia Appeal, a newspaper published in Shel
by oounty. requiring the said tVilliam Moody
te personally be and ap;ear in thia cauae on
tha third Monday in September next, then and
there to answer the petition of the said Elaie
Moodi,or the same will be taken as con
fessed and the cause will be tried ex parte.
A cop j attest: J(,'SE1H l ilt. Clerk,
By tleo. J. Campbell, Dcuty Clerk.
James Gallagher, Att'yfor pi 'If. tu.
WO FAl CH lt"M' Ni-wkpapw Adv.T.
, sV. AV I Ft ON. oux auUivrlwd ageun.