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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880.
AVOWS WITHOUT HESITATION
HER IU VIXE XlTL'KE,
And Saj She On not Help Her Fol
lowers From .Voiiil,ip!iiff Hit
UK AlmlS'itJ God.
rnus rxnin aixe i hat mis
May tiid in the CuHiblite Iusa.llj
uf Every One of tlie Meu and
Women Subject to It.
OiM innati, July 20. The Entuirer
Bays: Hie Etviuirtr't rerelaliona can
eerninR tlie fanatical sect on Walnat
Hills ii the bipfBt wnFa'ion Cin
cinnati baa had lor some time. It ii
the ttieme of every tongae, and was
diecinsed in its various phases by
thousands ot piople yesteiday, not
on.lv in this city, but on the trains and
outside towns. From the facti thus far
developed it leems high time for the
police authorities to take hold of the
ma ter. This is the almost nuivoisal
opinion. If the s ra'led religious cer
emonies are permitted to continue
eever.il young men, however, will lind
homes in Ljngview Asylum. They
ar now on ttin vugo of lunacy,
csuwd by their frenzied devotion to
Mrs. Martin, who m:ifiUPtatliH in tho
Bacrcil name of .TmrmCliUHt. Any
STKPTOWAHI) BltaWKINO IP
t band of fnnntieJ will n-ruive en
couragement frjin the friends and
rulatives of the mi Ki'l i opli'.wlio
have tiied every nrt ti turn them
from acnurees) pernicious to their
liealth and mental and moral condi
tio.!. Mr Mar;in is certainly de
rauoJ. and the pitiable objtct of
meiliral treatment lor mental disorder.
Hineo the Ewuircr begun its investiga
tion tlie impression hai grown that the
justiBrationietH will in time be led to
commit excesses entirely foreign to
their original purpose, but provoked
by a state of mental excitement little
short ot absolute insanity.
The following lottsr received at this
office last evening is significant :
Cikcihnati, Monday morning. ;
To the Editor of the Kmiulrer i
I bave been somewhat interested in
?onr articles upon Mrs. Martin and
ler followers, but vou have not struck
"pay dirt" yet, and got at the fun of
the matter. You would get aomo de
cidedly interesting reading could yon
get at some of their interpretations of
the Iiible, the full, etc. T.) give you
an idea on the matter 1 will mintion
ono point of bolief. Ono doetrlae is.
that tho conjugal relation is to b6.9u(
pended between husband and wlfsV
and is practicud by some, at laM, of
her followers; but a little amnairncnt
was caused some time since by tho
diacovury that Mrs. Maitln did not
practice what she preached.
1 am not one of her devotees, but
happen to be so situated as to know a
goo ;! deal of the myttictl part ol her
theology, im d as for remans I don't
cure abrmt being interviewed. I shall
give no name, but a hint to the wise,
etc. (if a reporter, aa I bave been there),
is sufficient. in iiastk.
It nnwt not be Infarre ii that this pa
per desires to interfere with any per
son's religious connections, for all
A RKIHT TO WOUSIlie O0D
ns they choose. It is only when a wild
fanaticism is inaugurated which
threatens to Injure eocietv and over
thriw the reason of misguided people
led into it that the powor of ths law
should he invoked. Tho Kanctilica
tionista now pose in the guise of mar
tyrs and are willing to give
up their lives for tlntir vagaries.
The articles published about them
have, silhey Buy, uot frightened them
in the least nor turned them from
their sellli d purpose. Tho Ugitimulo
rolig!ous community uro deeply inter
ested in tlie siibji ct. Thry uro deeply
Bc.aniiiilir.nl by the iumilts olleicd t)
their clniTcbcl H'lil tlie r clergymen.
A lonmun humniiity HU!:i h h t:io ad
visabiMty of iiireiioiiiii:t wi'.h the new
sebeine o( f n'v.itioii, which is, in the
opinion every o:;o except the
bi'ltcveis, freitthted with dire re
aultntJ if tolerated much longer.
No i ll clion or sn-picion Iihh ovor
been cant upon the puritv uf tho lives
of im.ny of tliis eec nt: ie sect. They
are, f,;r lh' nioet part, In lies and gen
tlemen heretofore conspicuous in
every good work. Now they have no
association with tho outside world,
and tike no inteiest in the joya or
Borrows of their most intimate liieinln,
units caught in the meshes of ttie
wild liiiBlii iHin which recognizes ar d
boas before Mr.'. Martin as tho only
trin and living God. 'I'li iee who know
thu ill linleil enthusiasts feel nothing
but pitv for them. John li. Martin,
ti e buhhand ot
Til U N KV UKI.U.UH S riOI'llUT,
feid to he niiioh cat down by the
io: diict df his wife, lie is a devout
Mcthoiliv, but Hikes in part iu the
prodieilitigs of the 1'erfecliouibts.
Mrs. Mai t. n, iu au iuterview with a
rejorerrfan evening paper, stated
111 t e! ry i in was welcarue t i these
mee ingsf but her statement is directly
coitraonted by the experiences of
these ho have tried to gain au
untrai ce, At the CUiim liiouud las',
year Mr. Joseph 1'. Lsrkin, a well
known Methodist, wts ordered out of
the tent i ci'upied by the l'orfet lion
ise, and Mrj. Audreys, mother of Wise
Andre's, 1 hi tried repeatedly to
tii ul o it w hat was going on in ' the
place, uh'c i h is inch an iufatnation
lor her am able and mutt entailable
tlatish er. Mrs. Miller, one of tho club,
t Md the Eiviiirer man I but only thofo
w ho wanted to he guided by the light
of tin h could commune w ith the I'er
fec people. Kieti Mrj. Martin her
self qualill d her assertion, when inter
viewidhyan Enquirer reported yes-t-rdiy
ait.'rnoon, with tne runark
thut ot cunse no one would be allowed
tpirtirpt t-icepl those who were
taijctill d. Thii would inovitubly e
vlmle till but the ill rty w irsbipcrs of
tie rew found Unris'. Tlie woman
who is the object ol aifoctionate von
eratioa rectived ths nenspaper man
with some liaiiUtijn, but was not
afraid to t ilk. Hhe is undoubtedly u
II lent coiiveis.i ioD.-iliet, and has
THK UIDLK AT Hill TONODS'S UNO.
At the time the call was made Mrs.
Martin wrs prepared to go out for
walk. She wai attired in deep black,
which made her alight form seem
thinner. Hir baudi toyed a pair cf
dtrk gloves nervously s she said half
intrrogtively, "Well, sir f"
"I want to near your statement in
regard to the new religion."
"I can tell it to yen in a very few
words," the rt plied hurriedly. "There
ia no umtery about us and we bave
nothing to c nceal."
"But yon don't admit ou's durs ?"
"No, not thosa who merely come
out of curiosity. If they waot to seek
the light of truth they are taken in."
"What ia tbe basis of your faith?"
"We aim to live perfect lives, abso
lutely without sin. Tbe churchei and
preachers teach that evtry one mint
"Is it true that you can't die .'
"Yes; I bave passed through a'l the
deatLa of this world. I am in heaven
now. It is right her in this house."
"Do vou think Christ is matiifrHted
"I I," ive that he :s manifested ia
"Yon u'i. the 'ounder of tho now
'Yes, my siihr aud my-eli lnve
been going through
Tl'E l-n C KHS OF TltA.NSIOKMATIoM
for many years. We are now perfect."
"Your "fol'oweis worship you ua
"1 am not refponsible for that. I
believe that God is in me."
'Why is it that your diseiplf s r. fuse
to sh:c ute with any ono abide from
"I don't know anything about it.
They do ai they think best and are
Mrs. Martin, while the interview
was going on, moved toward tbe door
and was in hnete to get away. Hbedid
not deny that sbs considered herself
God, and is a fanatic of the most pro
nounced kind. "
A gentleman related an incident
yesterday which shows the grosi su
perstition uuder which Mrs. Martin
ami her misguided adherents are en
chuiiicd. lie said that it was a matter
of common repurt that ths wouldibo
Christ had a tomb erected in her
house, on Uaech sticet, and went
through the revolting form of
PIUSTKNDKII DKATU AND BK8UIIItKtTI0.
fUio remained Bec'.uded in the tempo
rary s-pn'eher for three days, and
emerged et'ired in a white robe. From
tbii stcrilegioiu mocking comes tho
doctrine tbaf the puta'ive Christ can
not die. Tnis wai the worldly deat'j
through which the pasted. Whe hai
impressed her followers with tbe no
tion that Bhe nlone powcB-es tne elixir
of life, the perennial youih, which she
gives freely , to thosa who will bow
down and worship her. Mrs. Urooko
Is alto an immortal, but little kei holy
than her sister. The ardor of tho
group of fanatics, and particularly
their ideas oamckaess and death, wai
somewhat co Sled yesterday by the ill
ness of Mr. Brooke, who is very much
indiBposud.andhas been ailing for two
or three days. Fortunately, the sect
has a physician among them, Miss
Julia Carpenter, and it is probable
hbor services will prove valuable
In the present emergency, ine
people ol Walnut Hills, who were
for a long time iudillerent to the exist
ing state of affairs in their midst, have
been aroused by the extent of the
'mania and the necessity of saving tho
voung ladies and gentlemen from c in
itio anient in tho lunatic asylum. Dr.
J'.. A. J ones, Willi rusiuus urm wiu
Brooke house, says the crane !b certain
to have baneful elK'cti unit as checked.
He is at a loss to explain the wonder
ful power Mrs. Munin has over tho
score of Intelligent peoplo who are
completely at her cervice. A promi
nent Methodist divine, who occupies
the raoBt iplluontial pulpit iu the city,
over the deplorable diecovery on Wal
nut Hills. Several of the l'erfeetion
iatH weta. formerly members of his
church, and their withdrawal caiiBod
much gos ip a;d Bpecnla'.ion bb to the
controllUiit1"'1'!! which Induced such
a course, Th Moiliodist mlnltters had
the matter before them at their
nieetiugs Al'iitw freiiuontly, aud
attempbs' were made to bring
tho wandering Hwk back Into
tho BheltT of the f ild. The recalci
trants wore labored with, bat all to no
purpose. They not only reinainul
obdurtts, but endeavored to convince
tho clergymen that the churches werj
the work of the devil, and the rover
end gentlemen ineompettuit to teach
the truth. After repeated trials tho
cfloria to reclaim the deluded pimple
were abandoned. The same min ster
omnieiiteil on thecaso in ciuphat.c
terms: "Tihbb nnfortunule cranks
an oiijc-csof pit v, but they ought t)
be put under rendu. nl. ltbink it un
jntl lu iiiHinuate any improper con
duct, but these
l'UK'JI'KN T MKIi l l'iliN OK TIIK HliMU
un ler sti uu menlul excitemi lit, tho
pr lnng ..lion ol the galherinzH until
lifter iiiidiiikht idid otlur fe , lines ro
veiled by tlie Ennhir ro certain, if
pt rnilite 1 to go on, to lead to deprav
ity." Tht l'(i feet enwd have ( hi elied
ii jt a lil'le in ilu-ir pro'.rmted in n t
ingj. They held nosei vlc s yt'Bteidi.y
afiemoon, lint la t night tho concern
wai iu full blast. Tho h hub wai
brightly illuminated, nod the gm was
turiuHi en full in thut. Bicoudetory
front loom, in elrikiug coutniit with
tho evening previous. Although the
week of jubilee is over, tho faithful
will continue to meet four or live
nighlj in every week with two ser
vice", af ernoen and evening, ou Sun
day. When the biothren and Bisters
c include the cerunionleB on Kabbath
afternoon t iey p,irt iUeof tea furnished
bv Mm: lirooks. each of tlie con
firmation' bdtng expected to provide
Boinething for the table. After
Biipprr they take n stroll around
ttie epfcious yard arm lilt arm, anu
then n short teaton of social conversa
turn is indulged in on the portico.
Young Johu Oook, who lost his posi
tion iu the Adams Express Company
in eoiiHciiuercB ol his npglecting to re
port for duty from Wednesday until
Saturday, r, turned to work yesterday,
but was politily informed that tho
company hid no further uso for bis
BPrvices. Tlie rest of Mrs. Martin's
disciples have not troubled themselves
about this world's aflairs.
has cut a big figure in augmenting
the number of tho Perfectionists. Five
relatives of tho supremo head are
among the worshiper. These are Mr.
and Mis. Itiookn, brother-in-law and
Bister of Mrs. Martin; Mr. and Mis.
Supplee, mother and father ol the pro
tended Chritt: Mrs. Flora Miller, her
daujhtw," and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mis. Sherwood, and niece, Mies An
dress; John Cjok and sister; Miss
Julia Oi-penter and Bist'iB, Mi's Lil
le Carpenter and Mrs. Judge Worth
ington ; Mr. and Mrs. Sheppard. The
ti-n of consanguinity and affinity have
had, it is reasonable to proBurue, much
to do iii uniting these people in the
inexplicable worship of a woman
worse fanatical boldness has shocked
tho entile community, without tegard
to sect or creed.
Hernial MlKtalo, Iy KreFrora Tor
lore, Aittti rhoumatte naffvrtr who rorU to
llonrtl.r'i Huimncb llitun. That thli b
nliaant Mrdul and dtrurontta far mora
rahabl raindf than tolenlcura and olhsr
i.oln.ni uitd lo irl the rhcumatio lrui
from tht blood, la a faot that axirln hat
atufKrtnriljr demonntralad. It alio aniflTi
tht 4ntae of baini-unltk than pr
fMll la. With many paraoBi a oarlala
lrndiiitlon to rooumatlim axiU, which
randan them liabla to it attack! attar aieo
nra In wet waathar. to onrranta of air,
flhftllM. Of l,ntrKl tip n tAOold VRBl tha
body Ii hoi. hueh .nom ahauld taka a
wina ill" or two it tha Blttari ai loon a
poitibla aftar tneurrina rink from tha abora
oauiaa, an tint mearb prottollro anaomaiij
nulliB lha hurtful Induanoa. rorthaluno.
tionaJ darantflinimlj wlni-h aoooniDany rhaU-
matlnm. iuch a colli-, .mf In tha itoin-
. L. ...!. ... I . I t Ji.
ictlion, to , tha liillari It aluo a moil uo-
lui ramauy. i ! only nacauary to ooiu
nata eaiki lo uia it with rariiiiaacy.
THE PROHIBITION CRAZE
THE APPEAL AM) HIE DEMOC
That They Mast 'ot lerend the Per
soiiul Uights or the Citizens
cnaar.si'OXBExcr. or Tut nrrr.ki.
Vkb'ijja, Lkk County, Mfs., Ju'y
21 Yi ur edirorial note on tbe War
r a county election for prol ibitiou con
laitis eome doctrmet wbkh are new
and smngo to lens i f thounands ofthe
m si "conscientious Damocrats" of
MiBsissippi. In what sense ii prohibi
tion a ''radical and extreme measure ?"
Is it any more radical or extreme than
a quarantine regulation to keep out
some deadly, contagious disease?
Please show how or wherein it ia
radical or extreme. How does it con
flict with Democratic principles? Does
tbe Democratic party, is such, favor
the manufacture and eale of epiiituous
liquors? Is it a party principle to
licence the eale of wnieky, to foster
the saloon, and than punish the
drunken criminal? Is free
whisky, or the right to
get drunk, one of the
inalienable rights secured by ths Con
stitution? To eav that whisky shall
not be sold in Warren, or any other
county of the State, is certainly as
Democratic as to say that it ebull bo
sold. We propnBB to Bet'le tlie ques
tion in the most Democratic way im
aginable. And yet you tay, "No con
?cientionn Democrat will vo e" for ttiii
men ure. Yon are m:stakeo, Mesirs.
Editors, for thousands on top of thou
tuuds of them have votnl for it, and
tinueandH more will vote for it in tho
next few week8,and they are not going
to he read out ot tne Democratic party
for it, either.
Is the privilege of gct'ing drunk A
qiiettion of "personal liberty" to bo
protected and fostered by law? Is it
right to do wrong at any time or under
any circumstances? Is a law right that
licenses wrong ? Kay, Mes'H. Editors ?
In what way does prohibition affect
personal liberty ? Is a law prohibit
ing the eale of spoilt meat or totting
fruit or vfgetables "repressive or op
prefsivo7" Why? Wherein ? How ?
UU the Democrats of Miesisjippi
know. Djn't say we are not "con
scientious." We understand you to
Bay, "The freer men are to diink
wuisky or toll whisky, and the less
they are governed about Belling and
dunking, the bet'er for all concerned."
Now, Measrs. Editors, 1b that so? Is that
Deiiiucralhi doctrine? Then why tax
the sale of whisky at all 7 Why arrest
and punish a man for crime committed
while drunk? Why hBve laws pro
hibiting murder, a-son, thoft or any
thing elsa that men in iy wish to do?
Y tui lay, "lossy what a man may
drink is to arrogate tho power to say
what he may eat or w'ir.
1st but sor Mav Democrat wear
what ho pleasi s?
i on your wife's
ong the streets
se call on you
silk dreps and try i
of Democratic Mi
Does the law c f Tei .
to wear what you ,
?e, nnles yen
please ti wet-r male attiro. t-ay, Mestr
EditoiB? Say yes or uo. tint, Messis.
K lilorB, the question of licensing or
not licensing ihs side of w bif ky in no
way involves the personal right cf
drinking as much as you pleuee. It is
the sale of whisky under the sanction
of law that we are voting upon, end
not upon the boasted ursotial right of
Now, Messrs. Edilora, using your
own words in part, "no tyranny is bo
justly o lions as that which, prompted
by" whisky, "enters a man a homo"
and ttreHks lus wile s neait anil roDR.
his children of food and raiment nud
endi in t'te murder of h s patient and
long eiitlering wife, all that a few
Hiloon keepers may gft tho lad cent
tins poor niiiii has.
Mossrj. Editors, have tho wives and
childien nf drinkers end drunkards
no per -oral rights tlu-t Demec a "y ii
bound to pr.tt.iet? We Inive not si
read and understood the principles of
the Demociiitic parti. We aie con-
Hcieu ioiH Di'inoiMls und conscien
tious Pi'.diibitiiiiiistH, toa, and we nre
M;ng ' i carry Min-ihs "pjji for prohibi
li 'ii if it dikes ti I doumsdav to do it.
K. U. POKTliU.
A Moral ol t'Hiillou to Hie A p pen I.
To tho Uititors of tho Aiiponl :
C.u.i.ikiivii.i,k, Tkvn, July iff). 1
was tt.sionished when 1 read in tins
Ai'i-KAi. aday or two ago your com
ment on I lie vote of Yicktliurg, Miss ,
on prohibition. Now, let a lover una
reader of the Api-kal and a giod
Democrat caution you. Ifyoutaltea
bold and dit'uiit tlnnd against the
tsmporance movement which is now
agitating our Stato from center to cir
cumference I think you will damago
the Democratic causa greatly. If tho
Kopuhlican party, to secure Demo
cratic votes, takt s a stand in favor of
temperance, and the Democratic parly
takes a stand against it, th it ichaboi
ia writtsn on their banners. If the
parties take this stand, one for and
the other against this movement, I be
lieve multiplied thousands of Demo
crats, und perhaps a score in Collier
ville, will vote tho Republican ticket.
If you knew the author of this cau
tion 1 think you would appreciate
his motives in writing this to you.
THE OLD STOHY.
Marital Trouble of Nopble Eyre,
N aw York, Jnly 21. Miss Sophie
Eyre, tlie actress, was or her way to
San l-rancisco a month aim, when the
New York . newspapers announced
that her new husband, Chauncey K.
Winslow, a rubber merchant of the
Pacillc slope, thought she was alto
gether too trlHky, and had begun a suit
for divorce from her. Mr. WiiiBlow
met Miss Eyre on the steamer coming
from Liverpool, where Arthur Wall
nek had hired her to play the leading
roles in 1-uetor Wallack a company.
MiBa Eyre, however, was sent on the
road, and Mr. Winslow followed her
to San Francisco. When she left there
to come East Mr. Winslow came along
with her as her engaged husband.
They were married in Benton January
10, 1KS5. Miss Evre returned from hr
lattrlpto Sun Francisco a few daya
atjo. She was seen at her home on
Tulrty-eixth street last night by a Son
reporter, to whom she laid she wanted
her side of the story told. "While I
was away," she said, "I received 243
Ovnt from friends and acquaintances,
all of them telling me that Chan nee y
didn't like me any more and had sned
for a divorce. No papers have been
served upon me. He has never
written me that be wanted a divorce.
In fact, he hasn't sent a line
in I don't know when, nor has he
applied for a divorce in any court aa
yet as far aa I know, lie has no
grounds for a divorce. I bave. lie
Pas not contributed a cent to my sup
port since last September, and when
tho necessary year is up my counsel,
Judge Maxciney, of San Francisco,
will begin a suit for limited divorce
against him (or abandonment and non-
support. Judge Ditt inlioefft-r wil
look out for my interests fit this end
of the line. Chauncey and I should
never have married. He is intensely
jealous, but bo married mo with h-s
eyes open. H knew that I was an
actr. es ami tbt:t I would have to keep
engngerrent-i which wen d keep ns
apart. If he hai ever-afctcd me to
bieak thern I w till have bnken
them, though he ntver did ask me.
He sivs 1 have too many mule frit nds.
Well, I luvn ei me, tut I havn Ven a
true wife to him, and the dtteetives he
has cent tftir me will never p-ove
otherwise. Wren I wa-i paving
"Valetiu" at Wallacka, dettc'.ms
dougrd my coups from the tbeiUr tn
my heme. One night I gjt angry, and
is I stepped fioin the coupe I ajked
the fellow: "Whoara you, and why
do you follow me?" He replied that
he was a detective hired by my hus
band, but that if I wculd' give bim
money he wonld never say anything
against me. Wbi e I was away this
last time be came on from San Fran
cisco and called here and tried to get
my maid to say unkind things of me,
but she was too loyal, and bo were the
BtigB hands at Wallack's."
Miss Eyre said Bhe had thrown up
an engagement at the Drury Lne
Theater, London, in order to s'ay here
aud see about that husband of here.
Bar J on Innocent Men.
Cn arlkT3n, W. Va., July 21. An
officer arrived in this city lat night
having in charge Ditoway Ludjon,
who was arreitsd on a warrant chaig
ing him with loing.a party to the for
gery cf tho pension receipt f ir which
H. B. Martin was sentenced ti two
years in tbe penitentiary, and for
which N. J. Lester is under a bond of
$1000 for complicity. This small for
gtry has been tho C3iisiof the arrest
and trial of one innccsnt men, W. ii.
Jusiice; the conviction of enother, tho
probable convict on of two more, aud
in addition has tost tho State a largo
Charles Hartford, of New Crstle,
Westchester county, N. Y., sufkrd
with typhoid fever, and was given up
to die. He was restortd to health in
one week by taking five Brandrcdlh
Pil's every night and drinking plenti
fully cf oatmeal grunl. A few do-es of
Brandreth Pills will invariably cure
auy kind of fever.
Tarns Oat lo Be Deliberate IMardrr.
Louisville, Kv., July 21. Samuel
Dean, aged 11 years, was thought to
have been accidentally shot yesterday
by Howard Hinee, aged 14 years. To
day Dean died, and it develops that
Hines deliboiately murdered Dean
while the two were picking black
berries. After remarking that he in
tended to kill eome one, Hinea turned
suddenly on Doan and (hot him
through the brad, and, acting his part
splendidly, came to the city and give
himself up, saying 1 1 e shooting was
T do not liellovn that
Ayer'a Siii-sapm-Hlu has
an ciii!il us a remedy
for .Scrofulous Hu
mors. Jt is plciiMint
to lukp, gives Ntrength
and vigor to the body,
and produces n more
permanent, Instil)!.', re
sult Hum any medic ine
I ever lined. K.
Haines, Xo. Lindiilc.O.
I have lined Ayer'g
ily, for .Scrofula, and
know, if it U taken
faithfully, it will
Iliis terrible iliseime.
W. K. Fowler, M. I).,
For forty years I
havesiiU'eri'd wit It Fi y
siiiehis. 1 have tried
nil sorts of i-ciiit'dic
for my complaint, hut
foiiiid'no relief until 1
e online need using
Aflcr Inking lea hoi
ties of this medicine (
inn completely cured,
Mary ( '. Aiuesbury,
I luive siuTercd, fof
vein'.), from CiitniTlif
which was so severe
ihal it destroyed my
appetite nud weakened
my system. After Iry.
Ini; other remedies,
and getting no relief, (
begun lo take Ayor'a
S.iisapaiilln, and, "ill a
few months, was eui ed,
Susan L. Cook, SOU
Albany St., Ilustou
ts superior to any blood
puriller that 1 luivo
ever tried. I have
taken it for Scrofula,
Canker, aud Salt
Itlieiini, and received
much benefit from It.
It is good, also, for a
weak stomach. Millie
June Pelrcc, South
Piprl by Dr. J. 0. Ayar k Co., Lowell, Mtui.
I'rlce Sis tlx bottle, B.
DR. C. McLANE'S
BB SURE YOU OET THK OKNUINR. Th
OoanUrfeiU r mmlc In Ht. Lonii. Mo.
IWILlj nrf bidi until 10a.m.. Aunt
2. m, for th olnlnt out aid Mniovlm
th dirt from on oiiUrn In tho Courthoui
yrd. All dirt to b rtmorod from tho prtm
lit hy tho ooittraetor. All ear to bo Ukoa
to rrourro th ll ol tho etsUrn. Ik
right to rojootani bid ii rrod.
IBL E" Tntroduotion y R.J H.Via
nt, D.D. Cn rnt kM told 6 6 in to9
of 974 pooploi on73liTlllie, of TM ot
Bw annt 86 In 10 di on 25 two oom.
lTwkt on to US djittwodlffrtt
tlmti, Kprlno notnoftry. Atlml
V) DouboiB (trttk Chiciro.
171 D E3
The most wonderful Pain-Curcr the world has ever
known. Its effects are Instantaneous.
Children Cry for
PARLOR AND CHAPEL STYLES, 835.001
-TERMS Cash, or easy Monthly Installments. Write for Illustrated Catalogue.'
o. b:. houok
KOLE A(iKM FOB
No.aOO IVCviix St.,
Mo. 1U1 IIuIod 81 reel, JVitHlivltle.
M. C. PEARCE.
Cotton Factor & Commissicn i.lerch'ti.
No. 2T6 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Fulmer, Thornton & Cc
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocery,
3Ho. SOS Front street, : Memphis, Tenit
KELLY. EOPEE & E
irocers &. Cotton F
TVo. 3a MhIii Ntrx(, Mvo4 Itlock.
376-378-380-382-:j84-3S( Second street, sonth ot Oayoso.
Doers, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Silling, Shing'si
MnnMlnir. T.nthn. rMiwr
SLEl)KBBOS.,of Como, JRtsa. F.
Nns afl g-nrl 3S8 Fipont RlrPiot TtwmnpU, Towt.
I. 8. ALal tOM,
Ui Commission Merchants. Hay, Corn Oafci,Bi-sa, C.bAt I ctil, Cil-SSti'.,
Jiii. , t'r-mont, rinuter, BuiMius awl Firo Brlf:(t, Etc.
i)or. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Mow. Mom phi?.
E.'y ji .... x.n Vi. ,!awf 'VtTXaV. .-. --4 & r.
AW AID P1UA!HII
Doors, Sash. Blinds. Molding, Lumber,
La and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Tests.
(SUCCESSORS TO HEACHAH MORTON)
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocer
SOG-S9S Front St., Memphla, Teaa.
HILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors. Commission Llerchant,
fo. HO Sontli Main St., St. Inl.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schiitz Brewing Gompanv,
MEMPHIS BRANCH, V&ttXiSStiAVZU
S. ROES CHER, Aeent, Memplii, Tcan.
OF TIIE 1VOKLD."
JSo. lino Otlve Mret, ht. J.onla.
itWS L. McCLELLAN.
M aatllAA. WTninn
Pftww wwrt VtfVto
M. NOKsfLEtil, Kesitiont, I'artner,
m b m s
m s h n
an. 3t.. jrti.'Mir.
- MI1X, HATT.TAKD,
IS forirally opened, under the new. manage
ment of A. W. Kinir.of Columbus, Mix.,
assisted bv Ueoree n. Uuy. lhi well
known walerinu ilaci is direetlyon the lino
of the IiOUitvilleand Nashville U.K., thirty
three miles north of BiriiuiiRhum. Hot
Bath and Sulphur Bath a i,riul feature.
ThrFe waters are too well known to need
further notice, for circular' und lurther in
formation api'ly to General Manager, A. W.
KIN'. B'r,l reasonable.
WILL bo opened Jane 1st. This noted
watering-place u situated six miles
from jEtna Furnace, on the Nathville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman county
Tenn. Hack will meet ail trains at iKtna
and will oonvey guesU to ipringi at a very
Board, 20 Pr Month; 1 Per Day.
ipewlnl Kates lo t'amlllew.
We invite all who wish to spend the most
pleasant seaion of their lives to com to
Beaverdam. especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Good water and pur air ia
Iiirerymen, Centreville, Tenn.
B. A. DEAN, Prop'r Oentreville Hotel.
(3BAND HOTEL, ALUM NPRINWA
" Rockbridge Co., Va. High up in tha
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and beautitully shaded lawn.
Oas, electrie bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily mxils, post, telegraph and
express offices on the premises. Table th
very best. Luxuriously .furnished rooms:
surerb band nf music Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charges moderate. Openforvia
ltors, June 15th. H'u'rr.- Alum, Chalybeaf
and frmimit. R.T. WIl.klSON.Mnn'tT.
Old Point Corutort, Virginia.
TERMS for the season of Wfi, beginning
June 1st, reduced 25 to 50 per cent., but
the bixhest standard of excellence main
tained. Send for illustratod deecrirtive pamphlet
F. N. PIKE. Manner.
Among the Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, ara hun
dreds of delightful places whore one can pass
the summer uiontbs in quiet root and enjoy
ment, and roturn home at the end of th
heated torm completely rejuvenated. Each
roourrinc season brings to Oconomowoo.
Waukesha, Beaver Oam, Frontenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best peonla
whose winter homes are on either side of Ma
son and Dixon's line, tlenanoe and com
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A lint of summer homes, with all
necessary informa ion pertaining thereto, it
being distributed by the Chicago, Nilwau
ees and Ht. Paul IUilwit, and will be sent
free upon opplicatim by letter to A. V. H.
Carpenter, General Passer ger Agent, Mil
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Monroe County, Teanenace.
SITUATED on top of Chilhowee Mountain.
20U0 feet abovo soa level. Uood water.
pure atmosphere, magnificent scenery and
oomfortable accommodations. Daily line of
stages and daily mail from Athens, Tenn-,
over a good road; distance sixteen miles.
Telegraph office in hotel, connecting with
other lines at Athens. T.rms rcasonable
and special ratof for families. For circu
lars, giving analysis of waters, ere, address
proprietor, r. A. siAuibb,
White Cliff Springs, Tenn.
Crab Orchard Springs.
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The excellence '
of thecuiMne, and accommodations char
acteristic of this hotol during the past three
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
Excursion tickets to tbe Springs by the L.
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returninu, to proceed on first train
succeeding arrival in Louipvitlo.
W T. UKANT, Prc-'t. J. C. KTXfl.Snp't.
No. 5.E3, H. D.-Ch.mcery Court or SVelby
county State of 'Jennoesee lor use etc.,
vs. Mary IS. AcliforJ etnl.
XJY virtuo of an interlocutory decree for
n ...i.. AH, 1 : u-
4th day of January, lHWi, M. II. 50, pago
b.17. 1 win sen, at pui.uc uuctin, to tne
highest bidder, in (ront or the Clerk and
Master's oflice, courthouse of Shelby county,
Memphis, Xenn., on
Natnrdiiy, Jaly .tl, 1SS6,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed pinperty, situated in Shelby county,
TennesFcc, t-wit: The south part of lot 5,
block oH, fronting 3o ff-et on tho PaPt side of
St. Martin street by a dopth ol 2!!) fcot, said
lot being loll feot north of Linden street.
T.rm, ,if SuIa fin a i-raHitnf g!y tnnnthk-
notes with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien rotained; rcduuiption bjrrcd.
This June 1.
h. 1. .MoDUWKlAb.CierK an.1 M(ir.
Ily II. 1'. iViilsh. lioi.u'y C. in l M.
F. M. RP.l C. W. llcikell, Sol.
No. roi!i, P.. P. Chanwry Court of Shelby
county Stuto of loni:oP3co, etc., v. Sa
rah Armstrong ot ul.
BY virtue oi an interlocutory decree for
en:-. , entt-rci in tho above -u?e on th,
4th day rl June, l.vti, 11. B. ftl, page l.",
I will sell, iu public auction, to tlio high
est bidder, in front o' tho Clerk and .Mas
ter's oflice. courthouse o: t'ui lby county,
Memphis, Tenn-. on
ftiiirliy, An((iit 7, ISNti,
within legn' hours, the following described
preperty. sift-.: ted in Shclhy county, Ten
nessee, to wit: A cerlnin lot bnsinning at a
stake on the wost side of Ninth street 1;5
feet north of the north side of Carolina
street; thence west and parallel with Caro
lina street lSlh feet to a etafie; thence north
25 foet to an nlley; thence east 151i featio
west aide of Ninth street; thence south 25
feet to the beginning.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months:
note with security required ; lien retained;
redemption barred. This July 3, IB;.
S. I. MnDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Doputy Clerk and Master.
F. H. .1 C. W. Ileiskell and John Juhn
y i , , ivtiw rHp. 1 1 lust rat d Urttalon lt
,Mr. v'-ikA tiiipnt ever priiilt, now rulr.
"jwuul Btyhwof Office A Library
DnilcH. TftWA. Chair.
Book Gases. Lounffes.
Ladies' Fancy Deski, too
Finest Goods and Lotwfc
Triom ( knar fin ted. CuttUog
free. Poatuge lo. No potttttikv
"London" Trouser Stretcher
''X'tt 1 7 Patented In Europe and Uni
I.. T lV ted States. Hole Aren la
'I I ff ) linltril Hintes for celebrated
I I I V John Hamilton k Co. Stretch
er. Takes bagging oat of
hart restores pantaloons to
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher combiningscrew rod
in combination with clamps.
All others Infringements.
Original and oniy tretcbrr
I'nr iriitl4mnM aar. By
xnress (eo rely packed. Price 12 50. Writ.
for circulars. Agents wanted in every eity.
O. W. KIMHONNA .. Bnsloe.WMS.
HKALTH IN WEALTH.-DI. B. C.
Wiat', NXRVH A!D Braik TkHTMlST,
fuarnnteod ivecifio for Hysteria, Dmi
ness, Convnlsionsa, Fits. Nervcui Neural
gia, lleadach, Nemcrs Prostration, caused
by th ns of alcohol or tobacco; Wake
fulness, MontaJ Depression, Soltoiilnf of tte
Brain, rosulting in insanity and leu lnr to
mis.ry, decay and death; Premature Old
Age, Barrenness, Lose of Power m either
Involuntary Losses nd Spormttpr
rhea, oam- i by over-exertion of the brain,
elf-abns oroveiindulgcnce. Kaeh box oon
taini on montli ' treatment. HI a box, or
six .boxes for 5, sent kv mail prepaid, on
r.o.iptof uric. We juarantc. Six Boie.
to oar any case. With each order received
by ns for six boxes, accompanied with 11,
w. will send th. purchaser our written
inaraou-e so refind th money if th treat
ment doe not fct a core. Guarantee
lMUd only b. A RBNKSKT A CO.. Drug
gists. Memphis. Tenn.
IMPORTER NATURAL F.rrERTES.
CKNT M IU KRAI. WATKR. FKOM
BIKRESBORN. UNKXCKLLBD roi
FAMILY USB. RECOMMEND
ED BY THB
BIBat BMllal Asslh.rlUM.
Sole Agents for Me
DEMOCRATS TO THK FRONT T. sjl
prMs SMking Oov.rnn.xt Em
ployment ia any of th. dpartmiU a.
Washington, or any other positions under
th. Government, I will send (nil inslra.etiont
aj to how to froeil to obtain the taate,
and Blassk Form. r Aslleil. on
ro.ipt of On. Dollar. AJrfms JWUJI