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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, JULY 24, 18SG.
THE WiH OX THE BUCKS.
OKItilX OF THE MFFKTMT IN
NEWTON COl'STT, MVS.
One of tbe liegnlutora to Turn
Mate b jtTKtonre niroB di
rest Alreart Made.
.!. k-os, XI i-8.. Jlv 2U. Thfrp are
noaiilitiniiiil particulars ot tut Jew
ton county Iron Ves 10 t'lfne Riven
TfBtcr.iar, savo that it appears that the
matter uio3e Bonio two yers bu from
cacllirtti i inttreala in a lionif Btetd
entry tetwion a mg'o and a white
niHn. hoi lilood arose liptwica the
parlies, which lias been kept up ever
since, crowing in acrimony until it has
involved tbe relatives and friends of
each, and hes been taken in hand by
what is known ai a hoc ret band i f reg
ulators who aiemppoitxJ to have been
rf!aoi.d hince this original trouble,
not for the purpose of makiug an in
discriminate war on tbe negroes, as
was at flist suppo'cd, but for ihe pur
pose of assuming to look at er ODd reg
ulate iho.'e who, in the ojiinion of the
HAD NIOSOBS 011 LAW1.E1S PERSONS.
It i supposed to bn a similar organ
ization to those which figured so prom
inunlly in 18S0 and in the coun
ties of An i e, Lincoln aud IMc. Here
to!, re their opi ratiors have been si
quiet and secret that its existence
could not bo legnlly rsta'.Iifhcd nor
the identity of any of i ii a members
fixed, hence tiere have luen no in
diutmetils. It is snid that rue of the
band hes Bg-etd to turn 8. ale's evi
dence and give all iIih natne's of the of
fenders and tell of their depredations.
Fifteen of tho reuu'ntois have already
been arro ted. The Circuit (Joint
meets there next Monday, when the
matter will undergo rigid investiga
tion. Sheriff Jiarper and other ntllcetB
are reputed as active and diligent in
their effort to preserve tha peace of
tho conuty and to bring the oQVndets
to justice. If they fail in this they
will have the assiiitince of troops.
THK RAII10AD COMMIHMON
yesterday approved the existing freight
tariffs on the following roads: Mem
phis and Charleston, hst Tennesjee,
Virginia and (.iearjia, J Louisville and
Nashville, Louisville and Nashville,
Cieorgia l'acifln, broad and narrow
gauge, Ship Island Ripley and Ken
tucky. Motiile and Northwestern, and
The Commision; as ex-ofllclo Board
of Control of tbe Missisoirpl peniten
tiary, issued an order yesterday to the
lessees forbidding the working of con
victs outbids tbe walls in any of tbe
mechanical pursuit?. This order was
invoked by the petition of 122 mechan
ics of Jack'on, which was inspired by
the fact that (Jen. Win. Ilenry. the
general manager of lbs penitentiary,
and Mr. KusbbI), the clerk, were hav
ing residences built chiefly by convict
The matter of the pe ition of many
citizens of Hinds county praying the
issuance oi a writ of prohibition to
prevent the election on local option,
came up bofore Judge Wharton today,
Messrs. Calhoun & tlreen and K. K.
Baldwin representing the petitioners
and Messrr, Nu jent and Mc Willie the
Election Commissioner. The main
grounds alleged are, first, that three of
tho five members of the Hoard of
Supervisors signed the petition for the
election and three of (aid members
circulated the same and sought signa
tures, hence they ate incompetent to
ait in judgment on said petition ; sec
ond, if they had the power so to act
the order of tbe board providing for the
election must show that they de'er
mined npon the sofUciency of the
petition presented,the county registra
tion books of last year. Tho answer
to the first ground claims that the
common law doctrine which prevents
a court from deciding in matters
v. here 'n it is Interested does not apply
to this case, as no member ot the
board so sinning and eo!icitirg signers
has any personal or pecuniary interest
in the result of the election to be af
fected by deci.-ion. In answer to the
second ground, defendant says that
the order recites on its face that the
pu'i'mn was signed by tho number of
qualified voles, as required by the act,
and that it was unnecessary for the
Older to state that they had detei
mined that the requisite number by
the re glut ration bookp, ns that la tbe
only mode by which trey could have
deturinined tho fact. These questions
r ee on the demurrer to the petition
for the writ, which was argued at
length today and taken under advise
meat by the Judge, to be decided
m xt week at Kavmond.
Vint .vvv (Ark.) Commercial: Mr.
lUnUil, it seems, is a greater bugaboo
tlai foreign rggresjions.
Nahh villk Union: The Union gives
notice now ttint it intent's to turn
Ioosb the dogs of war on any dark
hnrre which it may 11 nd tied out in
L: ni.it Kock Qa:rtte: "You never
Haw a ikindard lilver dollar that would
not pay as much debt nnywhsre in the
Vni'.edBiatesasa gold dollar." The
(fiurfiY My. "in ths United Stites;"
but outside of it 75 cents is a4 the
. Iiuid will bring.
Thk Pnsiden.'s warning to oflice
h Vilf-s to mind their own business,
vote, and leave elections to their man
agers, meets with firm approval. The
l'u'dy (Ten ) lh-morrat says: This
is lialit, rnd the 1'iesideiU's aeSioti it
P.nb Iii.i'iF 'Commercial : Thesolemu
ml severe Kutiati; beats itsown rocord,
nowau.ijs, m tlie ma'.ter of sectory.
AVhcre will tlrs thing end? Our
Anit-r wt i lords will soon firbid any
body from remaining ou Capitol 11 ill
dur.u j eucret Bcaioii.
Na!!vii.ih Jl.iMitr: lljb Taylors
fi rvle in Kiut TenmsKe are binding
'ii'yelv upoa th bo.irn given their
candidate in Middle and West Tennes
te, !)ut in a equate contmt in Kt
'JVnne the indications are that he
would ultimate'y sppear as one of the
lvaroio t cbi didates.
Yon: Smith (Auk ) Trihrnt: In
AtkAusaB one of tbe ninst gratifying
fcat'.ires of the preterit sitaation, as it
tlejts tbe cimraon wea', is the ex
treme harmony and good feeling be
tween 1 he races; and this t-nds, mors
tlitn aojtbii g else, to assure our pres
eut L.-.j'pioem and future prosperity.
Tub Huntsville Independent favors a
onstit a ionol amendment allowing a
tax for read making. It well says:
Uood .roads mean the, ready and
cheap marketing of frrm products, les
Wrfer and r toslho on st-ck, wagons
and whtcbu farm mfchinery as a re
Fult, mere imaiigration and improved
Knox villi Tribune: The coloted
voters are kicking v:gcio:s y at last.
I none of its rtcent issuer, the New
York IWemun, the leading newspaper
organ of the colored race io this coun
try, asser:s its right to judge of candi
dates upon their met its, and not sim
ply upon their profcs-ijii of love for
the "poor negro."
Lima IWk Demtxrut: It i a no
ticejlle feet all over, tre cnun'ry,
pince tlm IVesidenl's livil ssi vice or
der to ollice folders, tint while much
doul't as ti its fiucrity is expressed
iu ceil mi qua ft rs, the men most in-terest-d
sre rif t homing rinr-rics fti'J
conventions so tnncli iw fiey waie.
Not by a long shot.
Oiiattanoooa Timer: Whst is the
nss cf pul ing nw and expstiH v ord
i. arc a into otir old shells ot for a'.' One
Clever slnt fiom a UltOO pcii'.d Kmpp
would kn'ck any one of them into a
heap of brickbats and mortar, killing
ha'f tho garrison. Without decent
forts the new and (fl'dctive guns will
be in the nalu re of a farce.
Littli Roiik Gaulle on tbo oleomar
garine bill : 4 Ttie immediate effect of
ttiis measure is to turn the Internal
Revenue liursaai into a machine to
protect one class of manufacturers
against another class to enahk the
producers of high priced articles to
force the producers of cheaper articles
out ot tbe trade. More odious, in
famous, undemocratic class legislation
was never before introduced into Con
gresH. NASHVILLE, TENN.
111(11 ItlMIUli n . BY
The Or o Hi of Ilia I'll j Kelnrdeilbr
Wnut of KnllroiMl t'arlltf len
IIoli l.oonej'a CnuillUitrx.
ICOKBKHPONOKNni or TMK ArraAi..l
Namivii.i.k, Tknn., July '22. Tho
crops in Middle Tennessee are much
better than they were expected to bo.
The general rains did not injure them
as much as it was feared thev would.
Nashville is growing steadily, but
not very rapHly, owing to her want of
l ail road facilities. While the Lou's
villo and Nashville and the Nashville
and Cbat'anooga roids are doing a
great deal f r the city in the way of
cheap freight and passenger rates, yet
the city needs several other railroads.
She espacially needs ono running
toward Cincinnati and the North. This
the Chef aoeake and Nashville would
give her if it could bo built. If built
to this place it would be extended
through Liickman, l'erry and Hender
son counties to Jackson, thence on a
direct line to Memphis. Momphis far
tirpa'ses Nashville in her railroad fa
cilities, but Nashville is in the center
of the great iron and provision region
in the Houth. iio'.h cities can
nd should prosper. They are
in no sense rivals. Tbe health
ful new of Nashville is remark
able. Birth Nashville and Memphis
need and should have better water
nd more of it. A oity cannot pay too
much for good water. It is more val
uable than anything elsB. Not only
comfort and pleasure, but health and
even life depend upon it.
1 lie accident on the Columbia road
was terrible. It covered this town
with sadness. The men killed were
well knows here and greatly beloved.
One of them, Monroe W'ihon, the big-
gaga master, was particularly kind
and accommodating. As an incident
in his life, 1 will mention tho fact that
on the day that he was killed he
brought some line Jersey butter to a
young friend and delivered it to him
at h'H stoie. ilefora night lis was
killed. The last act we know of him
was an act of klndnesi to a friend,
who will always cherish bis memory.
J lie canvass for Uovernor is becom
ing interesting. Whitthorne is not
in the race, bo tie says in bis letter.
Jjooney, Dibrell and aiine hlifct Ten
nosaeean will be the contending men.
jooaey is still in Last Tennessee.
Allison will ba a strong man.
A TERIU1U.K FALL.
A Maa Jump from tho Middle
Npan af the llrookljrn Bridge.
Nbw Yomc. July UH. At 2 o'clock
this att-iinnon, Stephen llrodio,
bootblack, zii years old, who Is em
ployed in the Mills Building, jumped
from tho Brooklyn Bridge at. the
cent ar span into the Fast river. He
was fiahud out and taken to a police
Btation, apparently uninjured. Brodie
was a long time a newsboy, and later
on a pedestrian. Some ehoit time ago
he went on the freebooling expedi
tion to (South America.
Slnrtly after 2 o'clock a wagon was
noticed passing over the bridge with
two men tiding on it, HjuieUiing
about ono of tho men altractod the
notice of Police Ollirer Lally, and he
watched the wagon as it went on.
When aboat 100 leet east of tho Now
York tower, one of the men Btood up
and took his coat off, looked around,
and sad to the driver, "Well, here
goes for luck." He etepped from the
wagon to the rail, and without hnsi
taUug a mnniHiit he juanped oO. The
man loll down straight io the watar,
120 font below, striking in bunch,
but with Ids let t first. He sank from
sight and reappeared a moment later
with both hands on his chest, as if io
pain. A skiff, -which wis near at
hand, rapidly came up and its occu
I anw took ihe man in. '1 he boat was
pulled to the foot of Dover street and
landed. In the meantime three
bridge police officers had ran around
and down to the pier. They arrested
the man. He did not seem to be
much injured by bis terriblo fall, and
walked along without any assistance,
followed by a mob of cheering boya
and mu. .
treat TritnqnlllBer of the .Nervra.
The limit traoiiuilitnr of tha nerval ii a
medicine wbii-h retneiiiei tkvir luperaenil
tiveneni l in Yiuorating (hem. Over-tension
ot the nervoi Klnayi weaken! them. What
tbey mcd.thon, ii tunto, nut a ledative.
iu iRiur it only uselul wnen mere ii in
terne mental excitement and an immediate
ceOTmily axlil tor iiroiitiolna quietude ot
the hrain. linitctter btomnoh liitten te
nure! tranquility of the nerval by endowing
them with the vigor requisite to bear, with
out being jarred or disturbed uiih-althrully,
the ordinary imprettiioni produced through
the media of mutil, henring or reltectton.
Kay, it don more than thin; It enabloi them
to utnin a degree of Umion from mental
application which they would be totally un
able to euilnr without tta aaiiitanco. buch.
at leat, it the iiroiiatible conclusion to be
drawn from the te'titnony of buiineu and
protoMional men, Ittterateun, elergymon
and othori who hare tented tha lortllylng
and reparative influence of tliii oolebrated
tonic and nervine.
Pnlnon la Ihe Ira t'ream.
Kastpout, Ma., July 23. An lee
crem supper wai given at the North
Bip'ist cliurch lost night. The minis
ter and about forty other persons were
taken violently ill with cramps and
vomiting. Tha doctors siy their ill
nr si must have been caused by
A SIOMT LIBERAL OTFKKl
Thb Voltaio Btt.t Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send tholr Celebrated
Voltaic Rki.ts and Eloctrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
DECIDED AUAUBT DILKE.
JCIU (J It AH FORI) GIVEN A DI
VORCE" FKOM HIS
Wife on the Ground of Adultery
With Mr Charles-General
London, July 2X Tho case of
C.awf jr-1 ngainfct Craw'ord and Uilke
wai given t ) the jury th s a'teroo in.
Tney returaed a vcrJict finding Mrs.
Crawford gu lty of adultery wi;b Sir.
Chdr.'es Ii;ke and granticg Mr. Craw
ford a divorce, i'be jury were absent
twenty minutes only. Ths decision
anived at by the Jury .is that Mr.
Crawford is entitled t) divorce from
his wife on the ground of adultery
with Sir Charles Dilke as decided nisi
by Justice Sir Charles Button Febru
ary 12h last, tbe pie6ent case beiDg
simply rehearing at the intervention
cf tne Queen's Prcctor.lor the purpose
of ascertaining whtttier the decree
nisi should not be Bet aside on the
ground of collation between Mr. and
Mis. Crawford or on new evidence in
validating the wile's confession. The
jury Hiding in favor of Mr. Craw
fjrd tbe proceeding confirms the
previous decree and makes it
ab:o!ute at the expira'ion ot the
six months attaching to it. This six
months will expire on August 13tb, tbe
decree nisi having been it sued on
i'obruary 12. Tho Queen's I'rort'jr
hai been ondouined to pey the costs
ol tho preeout proceeding. .
Iu his closing aigumeot, S r Walter
Pnilii more, for the Q.ieen'a Prccor,
urged the jury to believe that Mm.
Crawford's whole confession was con
certed tor the purpoje ol ihialding
Capt. Fester. Juitice Hanuen, in
summing up tbo case Lr the jury,
luid ttrees upon Sir Charles Dilke'a ab
stention from tobtlfying in the former
trial, llrs silence, the Judge eaid,
bad the effect of suggesting that Sir
Cnarles was guilty of tho vharges be
refrained from denting. "Would you,
gentlemen of the jury, 7 asked the
Judge, "remain silent even under the
advice of counsel when a tissue of
falsehoods were told i gainst yon, seri
ously affecting your moral character?"
'United Irtlnnd" on the Political
Dublin, July 23. United Ireland,
Mr. Pamell's organ, commenting on
the political situation, says: "Ihe
Marquis of Salisbury will be compelled
ere long to produce his manacles.
During the past year the Irish people
have submitted to the bitterest priva
tions and extortions patiently. The
judic al rents are becoming clearly
more impossible for the tenantry to
fiay and mora unbearable. It is abso
lutely hopeless to expect any rodresj
from an Koglish Parliament. It is not
in' human nature for the Irish ten
antry to longer refrain from helping
themsalves. La- 'lords will fight lor
their rents with 1 . sword and crow
bar, thus obligii Lord Salisbury to
pray Parliament i ssiBtthe landlords
by some ciw . uled coercion act.
Then will c nne t tug of war."
Ihe t rench I'lnrtnclnl Nllonllon.
Paris, July 22. At a meeting of the
Cabinet M. Sali Carnot. Minister of
Finance, explained the financial situ
ation, lie said the deciea'O for the
past six montbfl amounted to 37,500,
000 francs, of which 20,500,000 wbb due
to losses in tho revenue' from sugar
duties. Tho values of imports donuR
the same time had decreased 23,000,-
000 francs, while the value of exports
had increased 42,000,000. The floating
debt had been materially reduced,
enabling the redemption forthwith oi
government bonds to the amount of
7,000,000 franci due next September.
MlnUIrr Phelps on the Flnherleti
London, July 23. Minister Phelps,
being ssked by a representative of the
Associated Press today if it was true
that he was engaged in preparing a
brief on the tiahuries question for sub
mission to Great Britain and bad
Bent circulars to all the principal per
sons engaged ia tho fiahing industries
in bis country asking for information
as to the American requirements an
ewored: "I authorize you to deny that
1 have been instructed to prepare or
am preparing any (liberies brief. I
have not communicated, as has been
reported, with American fishing firms
to obtain their views. Secretary Bay
ard retains control of tbe ent're ques
tion, Biid all the international discus
sion and negotiations concerning it
are in his bauds and are as yet unripe
for action by the American Miuistur
Nearla, Ihe Eminent Ilaaso, Dead.
Dkssdbh, July 23. llerr Scaria, the
eminent baeso, who appeared in the
lust Bayrcuth featival, hes died from
paralysis of the brain, caused by over
work. Ho twice visited America.
Blamnrrh aail Knlnohjr.
Bkhi.in, July 23. Princs Bismarck
met Count Kalnoky at the railroad
station on the lattcr'a anival at Kis
Bingen yeUerday. The greetings ex
changed were exceedingly cordial.
Bremen na t'otlon Jiatrfect.
Bkrlin, July 23. A movement has
been inaugurated for the establish
ment of a large cotton market at Bre
men to enable German consumers to
draw their supplies there instead of
from Liverpool ani Havre as at
Bent the World's Beeord.
Hochkstkr, N. Y.,Ju'y 23. Wilfred
II. Barker yesterday beat the world
bicycle mile lecord by 10 seconds,
making the distance in 3:51.
Baring In Knclmtd.
London, July 23. The race for the
Eclipse utakee, valued at 10,000 sover
eigns, was tun t )day at Sandron Park.
It wai won by Mr. H. T. Barclay's
fix yoar old brown horse Bendigo;
Lord Alllngton'B three year old bay
colt Candlemas Villi second, and Major
Brace's five year old horeo St, Uatin
third. There were twelve starters.
I) mill or a 1'rnmlnent Engl lull Hall,
Lonoon, July 23. John T. Knight,
general manager of the lxndon,
Brighton and South Coast railway,
died suddenly today of apoplexy.
Knllroad Train Derailed.
Lohoon, July 23. The special train
conveying the colonial officials now in
London attending the Colonial and
Indian Exhibition to a grand naval
review at Portsmouth was derailed.
Twelve prominent persons received
The Bleacher Portrait at Waterford.
Duulin. July 23. The Mayor of
Waterford presided at a crowded
meeting of citiEens yesterday, held for
the purpose of taking steps to compel
the corporation of Waterford to re
move the royal portraits from the
Council Chamber, and hang in their
stead portrait of lien. Thomas
Francis Meagher, who was convicted
of (edition and sentenced to death for
participating in tbe rebellion of 1848.
The portrait was presented to the city
by Mr. Patrick J. Ford, of New York,
who stipn'a'ed ttat it ehonld r( renin
wiih the Young Ireland froi-iety till
the obnoxiiugpaintingswere removed
from the Council Chambsr. Resolu
tions io arc rdance with the object of
the meeting were passed.
Ilaldlaa the lung Branch Out.
Long Bbanch, N. J., July 23
Mesiis. Whitcomb A B il a d, the pro
prietor of tbo, Oeeaa CIuMioihb oa
Broadway, rcca'ived word 1st nivht
that the p ilice sutt criti-s intend d to
make auother ra d on t' e gambling
hou-:es in a fa minutes. 'Ih-y at
once ordirtd all g-ms ti be sus
pende l, rovered the ta'ilee and tu ned
out tho lights., Tbe Wort icg, how
ever, wbs unnecesfa-y, as the pilico
contempltHd no raid Utt night. All
ths gambling homes will bd raidtd
within the next two days. Mayor
Heisley hai employed aaoiher spotter,
who baa secured important evidence.
The Mayor rays he will cary (ut the
laws to the letter, and will clote all
gambling houeea end he uaes of ill fame
intide the city limit. A though the
gambling hous.s are etilt cpen for
business, tbe taids Lave greatly
frightened their patroas, and the
players are fw.
May be Increased, tho Digestive orgnc
itrengthcncil, ami the IJowcls regulated,
5y taking Aycr's Pills. These Pills are
purely vegetable in their composition.
I'licy contain nel'Lcr calomel nor nny other
J.ingerous drug, and may be taken with
perfect safety by persons of all ages.
I vena a prcnt sufferer from Dyspepsia
and Constipation. I hud no appetite,
became greatly debilitated, and Wua con
Ituutly allllctcd with Ueadarlie and Dizzi
ness. I consulted our family doctor, who
prescribed for me, at various times, with
out affording more than temporary relief.
I 'finally commenced taklni? Ayer's Pills.
In a short time my digestion and appetite
piy bowels were regulated, and, by the
time I finished two boxes of theaa Pills my
tendency to iieadiicbes had disappeared,'
and I became strong and well. Dariua
M. Logan, Wllmisgton, Del.
I was troubled for over a year, with
Loss of AppotiU-,, and General Debility.
I commenced taking Avcr's l'llls, and, be
fore finishing half a box of this medicine,
my appctlto ami strength wore restored.
C. O. Clark, Dunbury , Conn.
Aycr's Pills are tho best medicine
known to mo for regulating the bowels,
and for all diseases caused bv a disordered
Stomach Mid Liver. I suffered for over
three years with Headache, Indigestion,
and Constipation. I had do appetite, and
was weak and nervous most of the tttrvfe
three boxes of Aycr's Pills, and, aft Uw
mine time dieting myself, I was com
pletely cured. My digestive organs are
dow fn good order, and I am in perfect
liealth. Philip Lock wood, Topcka,Kans.
Ayer's rills bnvo benefited tre wonder
fully. For months I suffered from Indi
gestion and Headache, was restless at
night, and had a bud taste In my mouth
very morning. After taking one box of
Ayer's Pills, all these troubles disap
peared, my food digested well, and my
ileep was refreshing. Henry C. Hem
tucuway, Kockport, Mass.
I was cured of the Tiles by the use of
Ayer's Pills. They not only relieved me
f that painful disorder, but gave me In
ereused tigor, and rextored my health.
Jolm Lazarus, St. John, X. B.
' Ayer's Pills"
fr,.J k,n J. t. A vr rv . Jj11. V.
)old by allirugglata auo lteakra Iu Modlciua.
W. N. HALDEMAN.
President of the Great LOUISVILVS COU-KIEK-JOUKNAL
CO., telli Bat
ba knowi of
Wintersmith'8 Chill Cure.
Or rica or tbb Cararaa-JocasAL,
Dr. Winl mil), Sir I oaice a rule I havi
obierved fof nianr years, the value of yon.
remedy prompting mo to lay, in reply to
your requoit, what I know of your Chill
Cure. Tbo irlvate assuran! of it" efBeacy
I bad, and tho good reiulu tits elfeots 1
bad obrorved on Mr. 11. W. oredith, who,
for more than fifloon yean, had boon fore
man of uiy oflloe, induced uie to tout it in
myfamll;. The rovulubave been entirely
latiifnetory. The first ca"8 wai of two
yean' ila'idina. In which I believe, every
known remedy bad been tried with tempo
rary roliot the chills returning periodically
and with leeminifly increased leverity.
Your euro broke them at once, and there hai
been no recurrence of them for moro than
ix monthi. Ths other rase was ol a milder
form, and yielded mors readily to other
remeliei; hut the ohiils would return at in
tervals until your uiedioino was usod. aince
which time, now levernl months, they hava
entirety disappeared. From the opportu
nity 1 have had tojudge, I do not hesitate to
exeroKi my boliaf that your Chill Cure i
valuable specific, and perforin! all yoa
promise tor it. Kespeetfully,
W. N. BALDEMAN.
ARTHUR PETKft .t CO., Asents, Louis
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD UVEE
K OIL AND LIME. ,
HL '" Jr
Set the Uenntne A rllrle The areat
Lopularityof "Vllbor'a Compound of Cod
iver Oil and Lime" hai induced lome un
principled perioni to attempt to palm off a
simple artlele of their own manufacture;
but any person who is lurTerina from Couatii.
Colds or Consumption, should be carafol
where they purchase this article. The re
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and the proprietor has ample tvidonoe on
file of its great luecen ia pulmonary com
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moit marvelous beating power, ai eomblned
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbor.
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O. TSLm HOUCK. tj OO-
HOLE AOEXrN FOR THK HOKTIIHIJT,
No. 300 HXaIxi St.,
No. 161 Union Hlroel, Naehvllle.
M. 0. PKARCE.
BtLCt Fearce Co.
Cotton Factors & Commission Llerch'te,
Wo. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
ftottoa Warehanir-aaa wkHBO. TTiloi
folmer.Thornton & Cc
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocer?,
Xo. 306 Front street. : Memphis, Team
KELLY, ROPER k REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
No. 303 Main Nti-eeL. Oayoao Itlook.
376-3784J80-S82-384-386 Second street, south ot Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shinglsi
Monldlnr. I.mh. f'Kliir
hiU:iJEHKUS.tof Corao, .llluB. f.
Nos 3S6 and 358 Front Street Mftiwphiw Ttmn.
r. . AUBTOJI,
U. W. CKOWELL,
ALSTON, GROWELL & GO.
And Commlfision Merchants. Day, Corn Oats,Bfaa, Chop Feed, OU-Meal,
Li , Cement, Floater, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
AW ABD FItBIHO-BUIX, HAT T-TABD,
Doors, Sash. Blinds. Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Posts.
(SUCCESSOR TO II
Old Stand. No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
Mil I CntMTflEPJP 9l
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Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocern
SOG-SOS Front St., Memphlai. Tenn.
HILL, FOTONE & CO.
Cotton Factors, Commission i tlerchanh,
HTo. HO South Main St.. St. latmla.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
ununnvn Ttn t VPII 1 OOlr awd Bottllaa W.rh. A le Vim
MEMPHIS BRAJiUlM .oaMlIw.laa-)orJlAawU
S. ROESCHKR. Agent, Memphis, Tann.
mmism m lajaa im oo Bars-el. Sa'- f ! BraaeH, l,OOfl ltea
ZWtoxki Trials, Toun,
JVo. 1IOO Olive aitreet, St. Louis.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
yoet-i utin s-ifweie
M. MORFLEET, Resident Partner.
Hi II. MAUKT.
1 is, 10.
EACH AM HOBTON)
IS formally oiend, under Ihe new man axe
merit of A. W. Kmr. of Columbus, Miss.,
asiisted br Gsorae W. Buy. Tb-s well
knowD witerinK jilaon is diroctly on tbe line
of th. Louisville and Kasbvills R.K., thirty
three mik' north of Biruiintbnm. Hot
Bath! and Sulnhur Baths a speoial feature.
'Ihefe writer" aro too well known to need
further notice. For circular" i.nd further in
f"rtnntion apply to General Manager, A. W.
KIN'. H"nnl rs'ri'ilile.
WILL be rpened June 1st. This noted
watering-place is situated sii miles
from JEla furnace, on th, Nashville and
Tusculoona railroad, in liickman county
Tenn. Hack will n.eet all trains at jKtna
and will convey guests to sprints at a very
Board, 820 Per Month t 81 Per Day.
hpeclal Bates le teiulllee.
We invite all who wish to ipend the most
Bleasant seaion of their lives to com, to
eaverdam. especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Uood water and pure air ia
Liverymen, CentrevlUe, Tenn.
B. A. DEAN, Prop'r Centreville Hotel.
fRAND HOTEL, ALCH SPRINUS
Rockbridge Co., Va. High np in the
Virginia mountains. Piotnresque surround
ings, extensive and beautifully shaded laws.
Oas, electric bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily miils, post, telegraph and
express office! on the premise!. Table th.
very best. Luxuriou'ly furnished rooms
urerb band of music Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for vis
itors, June 15th. Wafer..- Alum, Chalybtat
and trminnr. R. T. W ILm:HON..lylnn'gr.
Old Toint Comfort, Virginia.
. HYGEIA HOTEL.
TERMS for the season of lSKfi, beginning
June 1st, reduced 25 to 60 per cent., but
the highest standard of excellence main
tained. Send for illustrated descriptive pamphlet
F. N. PIKE, Manager.
I Among the Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful places where one can pass
the summer months in quiet rest and enjoy
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Each
recurring soason brings to Oconomowoo,
Waukesha, Beaver Dam, Frontenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantio names, thousands of our best people
whose winter hemes are on either side ot Ma
s6n and Dixon's line. Klegance and com
fort, at a moderate eost, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, with all
necessary informa ion pertaining thereto, ia
being distributed by the Chicago, Milwad
iii and St. Paul Railway, and will be sent
free upon application by letter to A. V. 11.
Carpenter, General P asset ger Agent, Mil
waukee, Wli. ;
White Cliff Mineral Springs.
Monro. Canty, Ttanssiee,
SITUATED on top of Chilhowee Mountain,
2000 feet abovo lea level. Good water,
nnre atmnmhara. maffniflceat' scenery ana
oomfortable acnommodaiions. Daily line of
stages and daily mail from Athens, Tenn..
over a good road: distanoe sixteen miles.
Telegraph office la hotel, connecting with
other lines at Athens. T.rmi reasonable
end special rates for families. For circu
lars, giving analysis of waters, etc., address
proprietor, T. A. MAQILL,
wnne v;iin ppripgs, lenn.
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY.-The excellence
of the euitine, and accommodations char
acteristic of this hotel during the past three
years, shall be fnlly maintained this season.
Excursion tickets to the Springs bv the L.
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, to proceed on nm train
succeeding arrival in Louisville.
W. T. URANT, Pr't. J. C. KrNO, Sup't.
B& AL ESTATE.
No. M22, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Mate of lennessee tor use. etc..
vs. Mary it. Ashford etal.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above cause on the
4th day of January, 18, M. B. 50, page
6117,1 wilt sell, at pablio auction, to the
highest bidder, in front ot the Clerk and
Master's office, courthouse of Shelby county.
Memphis, Tenn., on
Natnrday, July SI, 1886,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in Shelby county.
Tennesiee, to-wit: The south part of l.t 5,
block S8, fronting 35 feet on the east side of
St. Martin street by a depth of 219 feet, said
lot being Jou leet norm ot iiinAt.n street.
Terms of Bale On a credit of six months:
notes with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 26, 1886. . ...
S. 1. McUUWJSLL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
F. H. and 0. W. Heiskell. Sols
No. 5019, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
eounty. State of Tennessee, etc., vs. Sa
rah Armstrong et al.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above nause on th.
4th day cf June, 1HF6, M. B. 53, page 158,
I will sell, at public Miction, to the high
est bidder, ia front ol the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
(alnrdny, Angmt 7, 1886,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated In Shelby county, Ten
nessee, to-wit: A certain lot beginning at a
stake on the weit side of Ninth street 136
feet north of the north side of Carolina
8 tree t; thence west and parallel with Caro
lina street 151 feet to a itake; thencenorth
25 feet to an slley; thence east 151 feet to
weit side 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. ThiB July S, 18W.
S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. II. 3c O. W. Heiskell and John John
8 ton, Solicitors.
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letter Presses, Cabinet.
Ladies' Fancy Desks, fte
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"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Enron, and Uni
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