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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, JULY 30. ,18SG.
tFFICIiL ASXOUXCEMEXT OF
THE SEW MIMSTEES.
Comments of tbe Dublin Press Lord
Londonderrj'g Record General
Iondon.JuIv 29. Sir Michael Hicks
Beich accepted the pest of Chief Sec
retary tor ireianil mtn reluctance, anu
only Hcder Dnture Jrorr t.ora oam-
bury, who held that the Irish office
would be the most important at'er
that of the Premier. Lord Handoipti
Church U's set regard the appointment
is tbe shelving ot iseacn ana as a in
umph for the youngor militant Con
Bcrva-ivea. Beth toe L'beral and Con
servative clubs ques ion the wisdom
of the appointment. The Parni-i;it?s
areicceneed attbese'ectonof Beach
for the Chief Secretaryship, 89 they re
call his recent speech on coercion. The
Duke of Argyle declines to lake ottice,
Mr. Chamberlain, tnrouen Lord ttari
ington, has promised LtrrJ Salisbury a
bas been intrusted with the work of
drafting a scheme for the reform of
Irish administri'ion. A private com
mittee, including Lira ilarticgton,
Mr. Goschen, Sir Henry James and
Mr. Uhamberlain will co-opera'e who
Lord Ashbourne. Sir Michael" Hickfl-
Uf acb, Lord Randolph Churchill and
Lord balisbnry are preparing a local
government bill for Ireland.
NOT BNTTBILY SATISFACTORY.
The Timet fears that the new Cabi
net is rot altogether what it cou'd
have wished in the internet of steady
government and harmonious co-operation.
Ittavs: "Sir Michael Hicks-
Beach must show more force of char
acter and steadineFS of purpose than
he has shown of late, in order to
erapnle successfully with the Irish
problem. It would have been be'ter
both for his party and himself if it had
been poesible to a'low time for Lord
Bandolph Churchill's prsition to con
solidate and mature, lie will nave a
difficult and arduous part to plav and
will encounter much jealousy. His
promotion, however, gives rise to a
new hope of a vigorous era of cm
eervatism. A serious question will be
bow to get on with the Unioms s."
TBI NEW CABINET
The fol'owing appointments are of'
ficiall v announced : Secretary for For
eign Affairi, the Earl of Iddesleigh ;
Uhiet Secretary lor Ireland, Bir
Michael Hicks-Beach; Chancellor of
tee Exchequer, Lord Kandolpb
unurcniu. wno oy virtue 01 his ap
pointment becomes the recognized
leader of the Conservative party in the
House of Commons; Secretary for
War, the;R ght Hon.W.H Smith ; First
Lord ol tbe Admiralty, Lord Ueorge
Hamilton: Lira High Chancellor,
Baron Halsbury; Secretary for India,
the Right, Hon. Frederick Arthur
Stanley; Prime Minister and First
Lord of tbe Treasury, the Marquis ot
Salisbury; Lord Lieutenantof Ireland,
the Marquis ol Londonderry.
The following appointments have
also undoubtedly been decided upon
but.they have not yet been officially
announced : Lord President of tbe
Council, ViecouLt Cranbrook; Preei
dent Local Government Bard. the
Kigbt Hon. Henry Cbsplia ; President
Board of Trade, tbe Right Hon. E.
Stanhope; Postmaster General, Lord
John - Manners; Commissioner of
Works, the R'gbt Hon. D. Plunkett;
Attorney General, Sir R. Webstsr,
Lord Chancellor ol Ireland, Lord Ash
bourne. Londonderry's becob.d
The PaS Moll Gautie, commenting
on the Ma quis ol Londonderry's ap
nointment. ava that in 1878 he de
feated the Liberal candidate in County
Down bv coauet'.ing with the .Nation
alists and giving them to understand
that be bad no objection to supporting
a movement favoring a proposed in
quiry into the mer tj of the IriBh de
mand tor home rule Bnd that he fa
vored a new land law. The Gatette
says it looks upon the appointment of
such a man to the Irish v iceroyaity by
a Conservative Premier as an act aus
picious for the Irish people. -
THE IRISH PRESS ON THE NEW CABINET,
United Ireland today says: The truce
with tbe landlords is shattered, but
tbe Irish people have not tbe least in
tention to estrange the English masses.
It w.ould he impossible to prodace a
more eloquent example of tbe policy
of ramming English rule down Irish
throats than is afforded in the Marquis
of baifsbury'a appointment as lush
Viceroy of tbe Marquis of Londonder
ry, inheriting as be does the blood and
the name of the cutthroat and hideous
The Freeman't Journal says: The
appointment of Lord Londonderry to
be Viceroy of Ireland, and of Sir
Michael Hicks-Beach to be Chief Sec
retary, is ominous of coercion. Irish
men mast be prepared for this.
The Loyalist press is deligh'ed over
the appointment of Lord Londonderry
to the Lord Lieutenantcy.
DEMONSTRATION IN HONOR 07 LORD AB
ERDEEN. Dublin is placarded with appeals to
Irishmen to assemble in their thou
sands to make tbe greatest demon
stration poesb'e on tte occasion of tbe
departure of Lord Lieutenant Aber
deen and bis wife from Ireland next
week. The call is signed "By order
of tbe Citizens' and Trades' Conncil
Committee," and among other things
ays: 'Irishmen, by the nature of
your farewell to the Earl of Aberdeen
and his noble wife, prove that yon ap
preciate the efforts of England's great
est statesman to secure the concession
of Ireland's inal enable right to borne
Tbe A !-rdain mots.
Amsterdam, July 29. Two more of
the men wounded in the late riots
have died, making the total number
of deaths resulting from the riots
twenty-seven. Many additional ar
rests have been made. There is no
doubt that tbe socialists instigated the
Tarkey Increasing- Her Armament.
Constantinople, July 29. Turkey
is making large additions to ber arma
ment. Herr Krnpp bas received a
large order from the government, and
a Turkish officer bas gone to his works
at Essen to oversee the manufacture cf
tbe guns. It is proposed to purchase
400,000 American rifles.
Important Tla-mph Ialenslon In
Montreal, July 29. General Man
ager Uoemer, of the Canadian Pacific
Talegraph Company, stated yesterday
tbat his company had made a twenty
five year contract with the Postal
Telegraph Company and tbe Mackay
Bennett Cable Coropiny, and that ar
rangements had al-o been made to
connect with the Baltimore and Obio
system throughout the United 8:ate;.
The nests has cre-rted a s ir here.
Tbe Emperor WHIIaiu'a Nlnetlelb
Berlin, July . 9. The army ia ar
ranging a celebration in honor of the
forthcoming ninetieth birthday of
tbe Emperor, which is intended to be
fully worthy of the occasion. It is
priposed to then form a union cf the
officers of tbe entire armv corps and
found a philanthropic military insti
tution in honor of the Emperor.
Trial of I be Socialist Depot lea.
Freiberg, July 28. The trial of the
Socialist Deputies was concluded to
day. Judgment bas been postponed
ur.til August eta.
t'bolera In AoMrln.
Vienna, July 29. Three.new case
of cholera and two deaths from the
disease are reported at Gospicb. At
Flume, a distressing state of affairs
ex tts. Exorbitant prices are charged
for provisions and there is a general
stagnation in trade. Tbe sufferings of
the poor are intens?, and tbe dread of
cho.era is increasing.
Tbe Panama Canal.
Paris, July 29. At tbe annual
meeting of tbe shareholders of the
Panama canal today, it. DeLesseps on
behalf of tbe Board of Directors, pre
sented a voluminous report which he
read. In thiB he wok a veiy favora
ble view of the situation. He ex
pressed confidence in the completion
of the canal by June, 189, within the
cost estimated by Congress in 1879,
and said he believed there wou'd be
little d fficulty in eecuring tbe neces-
Tba Boout at Buenos Ajrea.
Buenos Ayrks, July 28.-G.jld here
is at a premium of 13 1-40 per cent.
I he price of lacd bas greatly in
creased. The government has pre
sented to Congress tbe estimates for
the year 1887. The total income is
estimated at $4.8,000,000, and expend
Heir Torpedo Boat.
Glasgow, July 29, Tbe new Span
ish torpedo cruder, Deslructor, was
launched today. It is claimed for her
that she is able to overtake and de
stroy the fastest torpe'.'o boat hereto
fore at! oat.
Tbe London (beast Tournament.
London. July 29. In tbe chess game
between Blackburn and Burn today
tbe result was a drdw. The gentle
men were awarded the first and sec
ond prize?, respectively. Taubenbaus
and Ganeberg also played draw games
in attempting to settle their tie and
divided the third and fourth prizes be
Tbe Peace of Europe Tbreatened.
Paris, Jnly 29. An Austrian diplo
mat writes to Le Matin: The peace
and equilibrium of Europe is tbreat
ened by the rup'ure of the triple al
liance. Tbe Doagbtr Case.
Ottawa. Ont July 29. -The Ameri
cans bave filed tbeir defense on the
care of the schooner Ella M. Doughtr,
which was seized , in May last at St.
Anns. The document admits the
making of the treaty of 1818, but it
contends that its provisions must be
construed in connection with tbe
treaty of 1873, snd more particularly
with article 3 thereof. The conten
tion is tbat tbose acts do not prohibit
the purchase ot bait or ice.
Kefnaeet to Be Sold Ont.
Dublin. July 29. An auction of
farming effects at Longford today was
rendered fruitless by the conduct of
the farmers who attended. They re
fused to bid unless tbe the auctioneer
joined tbe Irish National League. He
refused, and the vendue bad to be
declared off for tbe time beicg.
Cap tared by Chinese Pirates.
London, July 29. Dispatches from
China state that Chines pirates at
tacked and took possession of the
Du'ch steamship Hok, while bound
for Penang from Acheon. Toe pirates
killed the captain, the first mate and
the chief engineer. ' The captain's
wife and tbe remainder of the ship a
crew were made prisoners by tbe pi
rates, who demanded tia.uuo rans im
for tbe surrender of tbe captives. The
Dutch authorities will endeavor to
secure the rescue of the captives and,
if poesible, the arrest and punishment
ot the pirates.
American Opera at Chicago.
Chicago. III., July 29. The s'afe
ment having been published here and
elsewhere tbat no steps had been
taken in Chicago to form an auxiliary
association to the American Opera
Company, Mr. Ji. u. ray, of the Local
Committee, writes to say tbat "a num
ber of prominent gentleman bave
agreed to contribute to the capital of
the proposed organization, and we
bave no doubt tbat we shall fill up our
subscription long before the com
mencement of the next opera season."
Regarding the statement that any
money ' contributed here would be
used to support opera in New York,
he says: As to the second impres
sion, I beg tbe public to credit us, and
also the Finance Committee of tbe
American Opera Company with too
mucn common sense to propose any
thing so absurd. A very sensible plan,
the details of which are not entirely
complete, for pitting the business of
tbe American Upera company on a
firm and permanent foundation, each
city Uking care of itself, is now under
consideration. It is hardly necessary
to Bay tbat we would not interest our
selves upon any other basis."
Sew Hampshire Republicans.
Concord, N. H . July 29. Tbe Re-
fmblican State Committee held a large
y attended meeting last night. The
various conventions were called as fol
lows: State, Concord, Ssptember 14th;
Congressional First District, Dover,
September 15th ; Second D strict, Con
cord, September 15th. Brief addresses
were made by Ex-Secretary Chandler
and Cougressmaii Haynes. Mr. Chand
ler urges the nomination of strong can
didates, and advocated having the par
ty take a position in favor ol prohibi
tion as wall as taking advanced ground
on the labor question.
Tbe British-American Extradition
New York, July 29. A Washing
ton special to the Tribune rays: Tbe
Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs
had under consideration yesterday at
its regular meeting the extradition
treaty recently signnd by the Repre
sentatives of the United States and
Great Britain. No conclusion was
reached. There seems to be little
cbance of tbe treaty being considered
by the Sena'e at this Bession. It is
even doubtful if the committee will be
able to set through wiih its part of
the work in time to repoit it before
Divorce Bolts at Washing-ton.
Washington, July 29. He'en W.
McCart?e, a member of tbe McCaul
Opera Troupe, t.day filed a a suit for
divorce frr,m Chfs. McOartfe, on the
ground of desertion in 1882, ten years
after their marr age.
Jane August Goners was today
granted a divorce from Dr. E liolt
C'oners, tbe well known theosopbist
and professor of tbe Smithsonian In
stitute. The charge brought against
him was desertion,
TOOK HER 0H LIFE.
SUICIDE OF A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG
Ilomer, La., to Avoid Disgrace In
human Treatment of a Child
Daring Robbery at Chicago.
New Orleans, July 29 A telegram
to the Timet Vtmocrat from Homer,
La, says: There is considerable ex
citement in this town and this vicinity
over the death by strychnine poison
ing of Miss Lucy Yancey, a handsome
young lady of 17 years, and the daugh
ter of Daniel Yancy.a wealhty.' planter
liv:ng four miles from her.. There is
reason to believe that the young lady
had been outraged by a negro named
Ben Ford and, brooding over it, com
mitted suicide. A coroner's investi
gation bas developed the fact that the
girl was five months advanced in preg
nancy, anu toe jury rendered a ver
dict tbat she cammit'ed suicide to
avoid disgrace. Citizens are now
searching for Ford.
Hurdere4 by Chinese Highbinders.
San Fbancieco, Cal., July 29. Lec
Chuck, a Chinese bighbnder, this
afternoon shot and killed Snen Yuo,
another Cbiness highbinder of a rival
organization. On being' searched at
tbe city piison four revolvers were
found on the prisoner. Ilia body wan
encased in steel chain armor.
Darin if Robbery at Chicago.
CuiciGo, III., July 29. A daring
robbery occurred at the Prairie State
Loan and Trust Compaq's Bink yes
teidcy afternoon. lUrjry Harrison, of
the Chicago, Mil wanZee and St. Paul
railroad, stepped into the bank to de-
Eoe.it $1140. The money wa in green
acks. He took the packege of money
from his pocket and wi'hout waitirfg
to count it was about to hand the bil s
to tbe assistant cadiier, when an un
known man who bad quietly followed
Mr. llsnibon into tbe bank grabbed
tbe money and dashed out of the main
entrance. No arrests.
An Epidemic of Jail Deliveries.
6t. Louis, Mo., July 29. A special
from Atchison, Kis , says: "Four
prisoners confined in tbe county jail
in this c'ty made their escape. fast
nigbt by filing through tbe staple to
which tbe padlock of their cell was
locked, and they made their way to
tbe garret where a hole was made in
the brick wall, through which they
escaped, letting themselves down to
the ground by means of a rope made
of blanke's. Three of the prisoners
were confined for minor offenses. The
fourth was A. C. Bromwell, a firmer to
the extent of $1200.
AT FORT SCOTT, KA8,
Fort Scott, Kas , July 29 Yeeter-
day afternoon all of tbe prisoners in
the county jail, five in number, es
caped by digging a bole through the
wall with a butcher knife, the walls
of tbe jail were not very firm, for it
toot less tuan ban an cour tor tbe
prisoners to deliver themselves. None
of them bave been rearrested.
AT WHEELING, W. VA.
Pittsdubg. Pa.. July 29. Therewas
a wholesale jail delivery at Wheeling
yesterday while the ollicia's were eat
ing their dinner. Twelve of the pris
oners, including a number held on
seriocs charges, scaled the walls and
escaped. Tbo fagi'ivff boarded a Bal
timoreand Ohio freight train for this
city, and when they arrived here this
morning tbey wera met by a powe of
police and ten of the twelve recap
tured without trouble.
Inhuman Treatment of
New York. July 29. A frame house
in Dean street, .bast iNew York, is oc
cupied only by Robert Melville, a
anantoi Vi a nr i (a 1 i t a anI A nnia
l,aA uoui HID W lIDi ttXy t v A UIIUIQ
Melville, tbeir twelve year old crpban
niece. The latter, ic is said, was never
allowed to mingle with the oilier chil
dren ot tbe neighborhood. 1 be atten
tion of the Society of the Prevention
of Cruelty to Children was diree'ed to
tbe case a few davs ago through an
anonymous note, and yesterday Officer
James McUomb visited the house un
expectedly. He found the girl tied to
the flior in the basement. There was
a staple in the floor and to this was
fastened a piece of rope about a yard
long. There was another piece of rope
around tne cbiia a waist, from wbicb
descended a loop. A padlock fastened
this loop to the rope attached to the
staple. The girl was seated balf
naked on a stool when McComb en
tered, and she begged him to release
ber. The rope was thres-quarters cf
an men in tmcsnois and was made or
an extra quality of braided cord.
At night the girl said she was
removed to a small dark room up
stairs, where, also, she was locked
to tbe floor, a rope extending from the
floor to tbe loop at ber waist, which
was never removed. Tba rope was
just long enough to enable ber to
throw herself upon the bag of rags
which served for her bed. McComb
released the girl, cut the rope from
ber waist and took possession of the
other instruments of torture. A doctor
subsequently examined the girl aid
found tbat the rope belt, which had
not been ofl her waist for fifteen
months, was four inches shorter tbau
tbe normal measurement of tbe waist.
Her physical health did not seem to
bave been seriously affected. There
are unmistakable evidtaii's of mental
wesknesr, which it fsNjased are in
curable. Melville aasuiet wife said at
the police station than the girl was
wild and they tied her up t-j cure her
of ber bad habits. The girl said she
was the daughter of a Dr. Melville, of
Peoria, wbo died four or five years
ago. She remembered the time when
she and her two brothers lived at
home in Peoria. It was a bin hous8
and there was fine furniture. It is be
lieved that the girl's father was
wealthy and tbat some money was
lefr. to her.'
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AND DEALERS IN
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prices foraume quality of work, bend for Catalogue, Prioe-Lists
AJIDREW BTBWAKT, New Orieana.
STEiRT, CWYIE 4 CO.,
NO. 800 AAD S5S FllOXT 8T14EET, MEMI'IIIN, TFJVS
STEWART BROTHERS t COMPANY
COTTON FACT0K8 AND COMMISNiON MK1M.HANT8,
1TKW flltl.KtlVN. UlllIMtNi.
ft" r 1 a -ia '' i'..g.'.jJ.'
I" l--.iiRSJMfc' Equaled. Slock now oornplete,
"fisi " t
A. YACCARO fc Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nob. 278 AND 280 FRONT STRF.CT. MEMPHW.
BETH ELcioggical and
In a country aotsd for bsauty and health. Course of (tudy, 10 branehea, surpassed In tbor
oughneas by no academy in ths Hon th. Medical and Law Couraea preparatory to the Uni
versity of Virginia. Board, tuition, medical attendance, half session, fM6, No sztras.
Address Major A. (I. SMITH, Bothel AcHdemy P. O , Faiwiilor county, Va.
M. JONES, Prealdent. 1. F. PETERS, Vloe-Preililsnt.T3
W. D. V. BAWRIE. FecreUry snd Treasurer.
(Nncwfwsors lo Palars'A Nawrfa.)
MAKUFACTUEERS OF THE "MA(.i0LIA BRAND "
6 3S and 40
S. M. JONBfl, JNO. K. RPBBt), 1. V. PBTRHfl, OK'), ARNOLD, W. t. F. RAWRlT i
is rs a si it i
BaroesMri to POBTEIl, TAIL0B at CO.,
WO. too PWOWT STRTIHT.
Z. N. KOTES.,
Z. 1. ESTES fe CO.
(svi cehhors to
Vl olesale Grocers
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
W. -A. GAGE & CO.
No. SOO Front Street, : Ilerapkls, Tens
Capital .. 20,0(111 (10
Surplus ,Ms 0(1
Profits (net 6 months) 3,Kltt 0
r und lor taxes mm
Deposits 114,2.15 4:1
ecmiy tnat we nave examined the above
Si a Pill l-itv llTl l
I. (I. HANDWKlllvKR,
o. w. tomlin: wm. bknjes.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphis,
Offer special inducements In Open Bnggti
of our own maks, at loo; Top buggies g
our own make, at 112(1. All work waj
ranted. Call before yon buy.
gtsrllavlng dlasnaed of our entire atock
Vehicles and tLe Manufacturing Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A bKNJhS, w,
bespeak for them a continuance of thi
patroness so Ions extended to us.
PARRIArtK A HARDWARK COMPANY.
Sa, - w JVEills.
-sa - Ti-nnewiee.
aMJKEW I), (iWYNN Mh.. phis
PIIATT OIJT CO.
Manuiaoturer's Agenta for
Daniel l'ralt C'ottuu GIuh,
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
MM I LEY, SMITH ate CO.,
pratd Eel Ipsa Hollar ls, read
ers sad tain Kapailrsirs,
08 to 104 Poplar St., Mciiijihli.
srl'rstt Revolving-Head Oina une-
. otoca now complete, rrices
olicited. Old (line Repaired in First-
ured. uorresnonaencs anu omen
asa Order. All work guaranteed.
Military ACAD EM Y
& SAWRIE CO.
. W. Jtf ACKAK.
t M V rVTTTTTW. TPa?W.
W. B. DOAN.
rsTt:, ioaw ro.)
and Cotton Faclors
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
WILL bs opened Jnne lat. This noted
watering-place ia situated six miles
Irom JEtna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman county
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at Jitns
aod will eonvsy guests to springs at a very
Runrd, tin Pr Month i tl Par Dajr.
SiixtIhI Hitlma lo laiulllrs.
We invite all who wish to spend the most
pleasant eaon of tbeir lives to oome to
Br aver Jh in. especially eeekera of pleaaura
and health. Good, water and purs air lo
Ill llLKNT BBON.,
. I'ivermen, Centreville. Tenn.
-F.--A-P-K ; l'rop'r Centreville Hotel.
JJjKANn HOI II., A LI N NPRINUS
, , Rockbridge Co., Va. Uigh np in ths
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, eitenaive and lieautifullyahaded lawn.
Has, elei-trio bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily m ills, post, telegraph an
eipresa offlcea on the promise. Table tba
very best. Luxurioii.lv luruihed roomai
suierh hand of uiuiic. Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Clinrgcr iiinileraie. Openforrls
itors, June l.itli. BdOr..- A'um, CltnliUnf
snd tm.ionr. It. T. W ll.jji SO.N.MHn'gr.
Old Point Conilorl, Virginia.
TERMS for the season of 1H.1K, beginning
June 1st, reduce. I i' to f.t) per cent., but
the highest standard of excellence main
tained. Send for Illustrated descriptive pauiphlel
F. N. PIKK Manager.
Among the Northoi n Lake
of Wiaconaln, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightlul places where one can pass
the summer montha in quiet rest aaden,i,iy.
merit, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Kaon,
recurring season brings to Oconomowoc,
Waukesha, Heaver Dam, Krontenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Dear, and Enu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands ef our best people
whose winter homes are on either side of Mi.
aon and Dixon's llns. Klegance snd com
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A Hat of summer homes, with all
neceaaary inlnrrna ion pertaining thereto, is
Doing uistriDUieii oy tne iHimuo, nii.wau
gg ami br. Paul Rsii.wit. and will be sent
free udob aouliciLtlt n bv Inttar to A. V- II-
Cari-enter, General Paasetger Agent, Mil
wau kee. Wis.
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Mearoe i'oiinfy, Taasaaasarsi,
SITUATED on top oft'hilhowee Mountain.
:M leet above aea level, (lood water,
pure atmosphere, magnllloent scenery and
comfortable accommodations. Dully line ot
atagea and daily tanil from Athens, Tenn.,
over a until! loi,,l ; ill.ljmM ilvl.n mil..
Telegraph otlice in hotel, connecting with
other lines at Athens. Teruii reaaonable-
and aneolal ratea lor families. For circu
lars, giving analysis of waters, etc.. addreas
proprietor, .... T. A. MAtllLI,,
White Qltrr Hpriuns, Tenn.
Crab OrchaM Springs,
T IHCOLN COUNTY, KY. The excellenc
-Liof thecuUlne, and accommodations char
acteristic ot this hotel during the past three
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
Kxcursion tickets to tha Hi,rtn. hr th L..
and N, Railway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, lo proceed on first train
auoceeding arrival in Louiville.
w I. Uriaaj r, ITo-'t .1 . f. K I Nil, Hnp't.
11 I AL GNTATE.
No. R. D.-Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tenneaaee far use eto.
. u .. r . i A .kr i ....
j v. n.uium v, hi.
T-JY virtue ot an interlocutory decree for
J J aale entered In the above cause on the
4th day of January, Mftl, M. It. 60, pas
1 will sell, nt public auction, to the
nigueii oiiiuer, in irom oi ine liiers ana
Master's eulce, eourthouas of Shelby county
Memphis, Tenn., on
nninniny, jniy i, iHHn,
within legal hours, ths following de
scribed property, situated in cihelby oounty.
xenneasee, ui-wur i ne aoutn pari oi let oa
block , fronting 3b feet on the east lids ot
St. Martin street by a depth of 21V feet, said
lot being ISO feet north ot Linden ati-eat.
Terma of Sale On a credit of six montha j
notes with aeenrity, bearing intsreat, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barrsd.
This June ', 1HM.
H. I. MiiDOVYELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy 0. and M.
F. ft. andC. W. llalskell, Bola.
C7T NCERY SALE
No. MIU, R. D. Chancery Conrt of flhetby
eounty. mate or leanesaee, aid va. a a-
rah Armstrong at al.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory
alt, entered in the above ci
cauae on tbe.
ith day rl June, lHf6, M. B. M, sage 1M,
I will sell, at public suction, to the high
eat bidder, In front C the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol Shelby county
Memphis, Tenn., on
Matorflitr, Ao(S 7, HUM,
within legal hoars, ths fnlmwlng described
preperty, situatod In Shelby eounty, Teiy
neasee, to-wlt: A certain lot beginning at
take on the weat aide of Ninth street 1H6
feet north of the north aloe of Carolina,
street i thence west and parallel with Ca
Una street lM'i feet to a stake: thence north
25 feet to an allav i thence east lhlM feet ta
sveat aide of Ninth atreet; thence south 25
leet to the beginning.
Terma ot Hale On a credit of alt months;
note with aeourlty required i lien retained;
redemption barred. This July 8, 1HHII.
H. I. MoliO V Kill,, t'lerk and Muster.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. II. A C. W. lleiakell and John Jokn-
mymmM'mw ml iws MwtUi. 1 Huntl-iAt'd OhihIoh 1W0
nofmtivnrtrliit,l, now rt,iiflf.
mr,nt. over Mil Now, Orltft.
nal NtileaorommS l.lhrnry
Desks, Tables, Chairs,
Book Cases. Lonnuea.
ladles' Fancy Desks, let
r iiiiMt (hmmin ana l
tra. iMUi 4o. Ho ti
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Europe and Uni
ted Stales. Noifi AiiautM la
linlled MnH-a for oeleliratei
John Hamilton A Co. titretch
er. Takes buaaliiic ont oi
koees restores pantaloosa tq
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining acrew rod
In combination with clampt.
All others infringements.
Original and oai-jarslclar
for arruili'menV iic. Bv
til. rose securely packed. Price ti Ml. Writ
for circulars. Agents wunted in every city.
U W NIMHtlN I P , Itimloll.lHMaa.
K4LTH IN WKAI.I II.-Dk. K. C.
Wsst', Nssvs tun usi ims-atmi in,,
a guaranteed Jpecint- lor Hysteria, miai
nesa. Convulaion.11, Fita, Neiv -u Neuial -gia,
Ileadachei ervc-i Pruatratlor , cauied
by the use of alcohol or tobacco. VVase
fulneas, kental Depreaaion, Hu-r-i Ing ol tie
Brain, resulting in insanity and lo in. ti
misery, decay and dea'h; Piema-iirr l
Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either
' Involuntary Losses and 8H-rmi,t(r-rbsa,
can- by over-exertion ol tne trm,
self-abuse or ov -.rlodulaeore. Ea,-h t.,,x con
tains one met troatment. II hoi, or
six boxes (or 10, sen t. mail proi-aid. on
receipt of Price. We nuiriti. r toxin
to cure any case. With each ordor ,'Ctive.l
by as for six boxes, acctiiiii-ap'ed ' II,
we will send the pnrchaeor our mitten
guarantee to refund the money if the treat
ment doe -ot efeot a erre. 'loaf rtii'eee
Issued only k- . V N K (. RT A 10.. irug
yista. Memphis. Tenn.
IMFKTi:n KATIKAI. FFI'I'KVES-
t'titi iik.s. wrt:K. rntiiaa
FAMILY t'SK HKWMlttND
KI) MY T1IK
IllHlloal Mrillrnl Aushorltle-e.
Sole Agents fir Memphis,
J As OH h A KKIITT.
Thia BELT or Re
geuer- tor ia madeex-
preaaly lor the cure
ot degeneration ol
the generative or
gans. There is no
mistake abou thiain
Irument the con
tinuous atreara ot
Kl.t-CTKIUll Y per-
'X. ' ' rD - al
N v -"S i."
meatint through the
parta mua- restore
them to health' action. Do not eontound
thia with Electric Delti advertised to cure
all Ilia from head to toe. It is for the ON H
apeeiQo purpose. For circulars giving lull
nformatllon, address Cbeover Kleotnc Bell
(' , loi V..i-'ni-t,-n strei.1. CMee- . I".
HlHlHl.l ., Y. Board on the Hill.
lr. il i- IlitH'.rd. -'ikt Wa.-htnatot
D..b U.....I.. I.,tf. lrf-.ii,,n rilii-hlful L
Convenient to c.ira to Manhattan Beach,
ooney lalaml, L ,ng Beach and Central I rkt
also lo Now York places of amusement.
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