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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, AUGUST
THE SALISBURY CABINET.
FIBST MEETIXG OF THE HEW
Lord Aberdeen's Oration at Doblln
Abbe Llezt's Funeral lhe Par
Losdojj, Auetist 4.-The new Cabi
net is today holding its fiist meeting.
A la'ge crowd ot penile Btirronndeil
the Downin street office atd catered
the MiuiflterB as lhe arrived.
Interviewed toneernli)c the v
tlon Tendered Him nt Dublin.
Dublin, August 4 Lord Aberdeen
was interviewed at Kingstown latt
.evening by a reporter who questioned
him concerning the ovation tendertd
him yesterday at Dublin, on his de
parture fiom that city. Lord Aber
deen said he had been impressed by
the goad tamper and courtesy shown
by tie people who t:ok pait in the
demons! ration. The proce-sionists
were orderly, and trere was nothing
in tbe actions ol the great crowd-whii h
could have been con6trued ajgreaaive
or annoying tj their political oppo
neds. Ifitw.'S a demonstration for
ii adstone, t aid Lord Aberdeen, it
was none tbe less one of kindly feel
ing, while t the same time there were
eibibi edeigrsof txtreineepontanei y
of public opinion. Tte Freeman i
Journal. Mr. Pirnell'i crgan, says:
"Lord Aberdeen came to Ireland as a
herald of peace. The Irish rtemmracy
Adding tuo message wi hdrawn ru
folvei that he should convey the as
surance lhat tbey are iedy to clawp
hands in fni-n Jehip with the iM'i-n
democracy while they are resoiyp d to
maintain Ireland's rights at all odJs,
The Erpren ( Loyalist ) siys lhat even
a stranger might cot.ee that nsieci
abiecitiz ns were absent from the
tinthpritiur r f ve teritav.
" The jTtA (Loyalist) cays the
affair was one tide J, and was purely a
Gladitonian riiso'ay. Conservative
.newspape-s in Eoaland adopt this
'view of the dtmonstiation, but tbe
Dublin correspjudent of tbe London
Times, who is reputed to be a Tory
and an Orangemdn, telegraphs to his
uaper lhat the ovation has tot been
nnualed since the davs cf O'Connell
For the first time in the history, of
Ireland, be Bays, a Viceroy has de-
mo'iabed tie barrieis feiara'ing im
perial dignity from the sentiment of
the maFses, thereby merging the rule
of iheQiuenin that cf the sovereign
lhe BelfnHt Election.
Belfast. August 4. Mr. J. II. Has
let, toe Conservative Parliamentary
candirtats who e re-elec ion for South
Belfast was defeated by Mr. Thcmas
Sexlon, Parneilite, winning the seat,
has petitioned fcr the nullification of
Mr. Sexton a election, alleiring that
was accomplished bv the exetciee of
nndue influence and biiteiy.
Tbe III rm In ttli mil Kndlriile.
London. Auuiint 4. The Radicals of
BirmincbaD, with the consent of Mr,
Chamberl dn. will oppose the re-elec
tion to Parliament of Mr. Mathews
the new v eDDoiuted Home Secretary
This is the li st syrup'oni of a hreoch
in the Conservative Unionist pact.
A Bml Connlfrl'ell.
Ufiusc, Argmt 4. Fivs
couuterfmt Bruit of
are in c'rcu'-t'o".
Heavy -siorui at llallinx.
Halifax. N. S., Aueu;t 4. The
thundtr, rain and wind Btorm yetor
day was one of the most severe expe
ricnc.u on trie neigntoni c corei lor
lot u time. Veaipla arriviiit! from sea
last night report that the ga'e was of
extreme violence, aaa several sunerea
damage to tails and to mauls. A cum
ber of sihconeis before the Btorm were
under bere pole?, a id some that had
not lime to tn'te in sails had their can
vas torn ti srirvds. Seveial fund
schooirors were blown nsliore near tho
mouth cf the harbor, .bin so for no
serious disaster is reported.
Attempt to Auawlniile the Clrnud
London, August 4 Advices from
Coi6tanticopln repoit an attempt lo
assassinate tbe Grand Viz'er. That
oiticia! was out driving Sunday after
noon in Hflilnglia, and two nt.o's were
firad at Lim by a Tartar. Neither of
the shots strode its mark. The assas
sin then pursued the carriage wiih
drawn sword, with which be eudav
ored" to pt-ike t Grand' V'zier, IJo
was arrostod und taktn tef re the Sal
tan Bt the Yild z Kirsk. To His Ma
jesty th? Tartar dec'aieJ that t'e
Grand VUier hd prevented him from
securine in tn end implored him t)
harg the Vizier. Turkey is formings
an additional army corps in,Luroo.
The ATkIihu Bmiuitnry.
London, Auu t 4 The difference
which hs prevented the JJ-itish and
Russian memhrs of the Afghau boun
dary commi"aion from arriving at an
agreemoLt has been settled, aud the
work of tl e commission is drawing to
The Parneilite Meeting at Dnbllu.
Di'di.in, August 4. At the Par
neilite meeting today Mr. John K.
Redmond, Member of Prtrliamwnt for
North Wexfo d, and Mr. O'Brien,
editor of United Ireland, were ap
pointed deleg t?s to represent the
Irish National League at the league
convention in Chicego on August
Abbe IJiat'B -Funeral.
Bayrkutb, August 4. The remains
ol Abbe l.i?zt were buried temporan
ly in tbe Bavreuth cemetery yester
day. '1'be funeral s.TvicfS were very
simple. The coffin ws s covnred with
rlowe.s; wreaths and other floral em'
blems we:e sent bv the tuline houses.
The funeral procetsion was headed by
the lire trigadHe, ana included rela.
tives of the deeajed, the municipal
authorili"1, judge, arista of the
Wagner Oper COtr.pany and many
cit zensct tayroutn. .
Perrat FIrea In. Hleltigna.
Bkixevillk. Mich., August 3. Yis
tordny four liiea broke pnt in the edge
of the woods about a mile and quar
ter south of lier. on tbe (arm of Heniy
DaviF. and has destroyed a good deal
of fencirg. A 'nre forcB turned ont
and fought the B-iinf s all Bight. Iris
still barring nut seems under control.
The effects rW the drouth a'e Severe,
and rain is badly neede d tu- save corn
The Inieralale Conimerre Hill.
' WAmiGT0i, Angast 4. Senatori
, Uu'lom, Piatt and lirrie, and Kepro
eectatives .Keshan, Oiep ai.d Wfavtr
of Nebratka, Uie Conlerence uudx
mittee on - rtie interstart romtn-'ree
' bill, met lust evening. The pnncip.il
pointe of diffr rente between ttervnaie
and Houte bibs were fully aud f-eely
disciused, a'id all thecntf recs mani
fested a disprs tion to make concts-
ions and a determination to reach an
agreement. It was not deemed aa
visable, however, in Tiew of
the important interesta to be
aflected by the propoted legislation,
to attempt to frame a modification ol
either measure tonight, and it was
unanimously sgreed that the commit
teeehould meot in Washington a week
before the next session begins and
make such modifications in tte pann
ing bil's us may be greed upon. The
whole suDject is tjetoremeuumoremo
Conimiitee, and both Senator Cul'om
and Juiiee Kefcan ure confident that
an agreement will be reached and a
a'lsiactory measure pafsea eariy nexi
f LYNN'S CROOKEDNESS.
Another Gigantic f'rnad in
York Manlclpnl Attaint.
Nkw Youk, August 4. The Siw fays
in regard to the contract awarded by
the Bubway commission for tbe burial
of the electric wires tbat it has repeat
edy clled attention to tbe under
ground wire job and tne reiuuuua n u
of suspic ens con'raciors. It says:
"We stigmiitized the contract as a gi
gantic license to blackmail the electr.c
companus We disclosed Maurice B.
ilynn s lelation to it, anu mi io uu
avail, for the contract was awarded
Draci elv as Flvnn dictated ana re
quired that it should be. Now, how
ever, that the whole lorce oi ouuuc
nmmon ia arraved against riyun,
(Squire and the entire eyetemoi muuic
iDal and nolitical rottunness, we have
hoDts of setins the mischief undone.
We do not know, but u mure ih nut
an immediate remedy taere win on
reparation ater. And retribution, ico.
For tha buniuesB community it is
enough to point to Flynn's practical
nmitrol of th nndertround wire con
tract to establish the conviction that is
siturat?d with fraud. The sens ot all
goodcinziiis is against it, and ttiey
will have none 1 1 it. The whole sub
ject thould be reopened and the Iran
ch se should be put up at public auc
tion, end to do this. U necetsary, trie
act should be repealed."
Law and Order Will Prevail.
St. Louis. Mo.. August 4. At Deso-
to. Mo., an electiun was hold yesttr.ay
for Mayor, and tbe m-mbera of the
newly trganizsd law and order league
Rbowod their strorgth by electing JN
8. Liwson by a majority of over three
to one. Members ol tne league, prom
inent business men and tbe most ie-
snected of the citizens, busied them
throuuhout the elf c.ion work
ing for their candidate. No opposition
from the Koighs of Labor wa3 niani
ffted. On the contrary, many mew
hp of that organization cast their
vctes for the law and order league's
A DrnKgist's Story.
Mr. Issac 0. Chapman, druggist
Newburg. N. Y.. writes us: "I have
for the raat ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsa-n for
tiie l-ungs. i. can cay oi "v
cannot sav of any other mediciue,
have never heard a customer speak of
it bnt to praise ita virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
rnncrh. with the happiest ellects.
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine cloeet ready for
Police Ouicer Shot.
Pittsburg, Pa., August 4. Lieut,
Foster.Chiet of Police; Clerks Thomas,
Whitten and OllicerCarr were serious
ly injured ton'gbt while makirg a raid
on a dipordeny cms, on Bsrona avs
nne, kept bv n man named Carlisle
C.irlisie and his family bi-at off ibe olli
csra wiih noc era iut:l re'.:ef came,
Whitten anu Fyfter weie temoved to
the hcspital, end at midnight were
still unconscious and in a precarious
A HOST MKtllAI, OFI F,i
Tim Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall
Mich,, offer to, send their Celebrated
Voltaic Belts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any nun
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
IntllDerluilnale UmiiblliiK at Mara
Paratpga.. N. Y . Auaiif-t 4. A
large m- eting was held lmt night I
protsstagMins'. the iiid.8':ririnnHie gini
bl ng now pievaleiit in Sara'0ia. J)r
Beni"n Jotnieou, ot Ulncago, presmeu
Amonif tiio BDeakers weie Authon
Comstock end the Kev. Jost-ph Cock,
of B itton.
Atlilt c lo Molhcis.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sirup
should always bo used when children
are cutting teeth. It relieves the little
sufferers at once; it produces natural,
quiet sleep by relieving the cliiiu
from pain, and the little cherub
awakes as "briglft, as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the
child, softens tho gnms, allays all
pain, relieves wind, regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhiea, whether arising iroiu
teething or other causes. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
Of pure Cod Liver Oil, with Hypo
phosphiles, is a most valnabls remedy
for coneunipt'on, scrofula, wasting dis
eares ol children, colds and chronic
coughs, and in all conditions where
there is a less of lliah, a Isck of nerve
power and a general debility of tbe
Negro BonntHboat Allied by a Hate.
St. Liuis, Mo., August 4. John
Sweeny, second-mate on the steamer
Hudson, shot and instantly killed
George Diamond, a negro roustabout
on the leves at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. A dispute over tome trivial rnat-t-frwas
the tame of the shooting,
wbich Sweeny eajs he did in self de
feme. llanlel Aftaln at WaKhlng-ton.
Washington. August 3. Col. D. 8.
Lamout returned to Washington this
miming from a visit to bis home in
Coitland conn' v. N. Y. 'He is sune
what improved in health, but is net
yet entirely well.
"Onr Babjr'a Flrni Year."
by Marion Harland, with other valua
ble information; L riy-eigbt page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent sUmp.
Address Bed Sc Carnrick, Mercantile
Eselunge Building, New York City,
NO Alarm nt Hw Orleans Over tbe
, Xellow t'evi r, n
NkwYobx. Angust 4. A New Or-
le4i8Secia to Jameson, Smith & Cut
ting says hee is not the fenst alarm
there r.bont Vellnw fever.- Ths Infect
d VfRel was strictly qurpitined
more than 100 miles from tue oily.
John Uknby pletded with Anne, hi, ,
Andahhi-i pnssioo tried to tell bi-r.
She eaid, "John your words yoa
Your lee'-h het-av a WHnt of tante,
Your brea h otleutis me, si I my,
Uto SOZODOM or stsy 8way,,f
An Inmense Nnmber of Bills Intro
duced, Only One Tenth or
Which Have Passed.
Cincinnati. O.. Augnt X The
Timet-Star special from Washington
eays: lhe record of the session jn-t
closing is a remarkable one, both for
what has beeu done and what lu.s
been omit'ed to bo done. No Con-
g'ess evir made such a record for esr-
ain thire-t oc:mtliehed and no con-
grers ever left mors of its important
wi rk undone at the end ci a session
of eight months. No Oongrefs, for in
stance, ever introduced as many bills
in both its eessions ss tlrs has in its
one session. More than that, no Con
gress ever paistd as many billB in i's
first setsinn as this one has. S. ill
more, no Cong: ess ever had as many
of its bills sent back with the mark of
Presidential disapproval. The Howe
has Introduced a round ten thousand
b'lls and the Senate tbree thousand.
There have been passed and sent to
the President for his s goature over a
thousand bills, of which be has sent
back without his approval over a hun
dred. No Congress in its first ses
sion ever introduced more than
per cent. of that number;
no Congress ever pased mora than
eighty per cent, of this number, and
no Uongms ever naa more man
twenty ?r cr-nt. of the number vetoed
tbat this one has. And yet in run
ning over the record, w hich chows a
remarkable number ot measures pr
Rented and acted upon, von are Foon
impressed with tha fact that ot all
th s mas? of legislation there hestome
out very little of general importance,
woe: ot tbe ttioiuanu bins sent to trie
Pnsldeut for his signature, it turns
out, are unimportant measures, pri-
vale bil's and measures that are e&bit r
paessd than;laid ande without pass-ag-.
Let us run over the list of iiu
tortarit measures tasied and un passed
and see how the books stand. The
important measures pasrod can be
sommed od ure tv briefly: The o'eo
margarine Oil1. wuicn ftarieo.
in asking for a tax of 10
cents a pound on imita
tion butter, got fo the Pres
ident's desk carrying a tax of 2 centa
per pound. Tbere was a promir-e that
this Congrefs would lor'eitall tne land
grants to railroads that have been un
earned to !ate. lhe only lorieiture
bil Is that have gotten through ton
gress, however, are the one forfeitirg
the Atlantic and Pacilio srant of abiut
25,000,01)0 acres, and another relating
to same email giants in some of lhe
Southern States, affecting only a fw
hundred thousand acres. Tbe Fits
John Porter bi 1 has at last p'8 ed and
become a aw. The bill lor the erec
tion nf a rublic libmrv building in
Washington has become a law. A bill
providing a method of Presidential
Riirr.Bssion in case of the death of Pies
ident and Vice President became a law
because of the actual nocessitiee of the
ca?o. Tho Kill Von Hull brings bid,
DBMivtting the Baltimore and Ohio
railrofcd to gst iii'o Now Yi rk
City, became a law. ihera are
a tLouesnd other bills, but mot
of them, as indicated above,
are of a private or comparatively
unimpoitaut na'ure. Now, let us loos
at lhe other eido. lhe promise wb
when tt is Cogrcts took t old that it
would firleitail the unearned land
Lrantfl. They amounird to cverahnii
dred million Hcres. .Seventy or eighty
mi.lioas of thess grfiits still reman
nnf.ufnitrd. Another measure that
was to bo taken up and dnpo'ed r l,
nnri which, it was generally believed
would be nasfed waslho ednca'ional
bill. Thu', is v. ry little further along
now than it was s x months ago. n
has passed the Senate, to he sure, but
that moans notniBg wnuout me ucuuu
r f lhe Houee, 'id it ielly seems
doubtful ii the House will ever act
iinsn it. There was a promise, lo
tt.at snmetbiig important wns to be
dnnn alinnt tho Bi.ver aiieB'ioil, but
the silver ouestion is practically un
chanced, lhe Mormon problem,
wbich was to bs silvtd right away, is
etill unsolved, aud tho polygamous
piijBts c ntinueto impoit new victims
nv t!in n nre an d hundreds yee, by
bv tbe thousands. A tew and mote
mtmfjr-lnrv tuRtem for counting the
elec oral vote is still on tho
calendar, with littla r jupect of
action. The Supr. mo Couit,
which is crowded with biuinjss.'.aiid
which b hh now on baud mora tha i it
can attend to in nine yeais oi ui,
. . . . I.
as had no relief fwm Longrt 88, ol-
ihoiuili rulief was 1 remised. 11 not
ar.ntlikr rn n H'.nu'd he filed in the Ml
nrfnw Cniirt. it won d take it a mil
three yearn to diepoi-e of tuo bunnesi
ou Laud. Niiifi-touilis of tl e ineaeutc
pir etnitd in Congress are ol a puraio
11 turn. Thrv linnleu the record ai-d
tiko the time, and luhr and mg 'i.i .us
ctlorls tf the members to fccuio their
llllSl. fill il mic thev do ro! go'
thrfjUgli. Tlrnre was a liopo that tiis
Cingrens would provide Home means
f ridding the lawmaking nouy 01 hum
l.nr,li-n. iv)ii-h nine lcllllv naralvzes 1
it lies Lot doce so, however, auu mo
hills (ontinue to actum u ate without
tho slightest p'ospeit of action upon
tt.em. It was expected iuanuiiiwi
om wnnld heuin the work of con-
sTiicting a new ravy aLd an elaborate
system of ccast deiemes. Perhaps it
will, perhaps it will not. Bath of
these ineaturts have passed the
llocso in one form and in
tho Senate in another, and whether
the House and Senate will aiire
nnnn anv thinu- touching them Bee n
at this moment r.ither doubtful. The
Mexican pension bill, which has been
pending so long, and for which there
m such a senernl demand No-th and
Sou h. ia ftill in an unfinished and al
most hopeleis condition. The various
treaties which wore pending in the
f-'enate and have been sent there dnr
lniMhiss seion are ttill urconfirmed
Tbe interrtate cemmerce bills, wbich
were introduced in Houe and Senate,
and of which we have heard to much
for yenrs paet, Htilletand upon tho cal
end,r. with little prospect ol an sgree
ment between those two brdies uron
either of thm. The proposition for
tl expendilu'e of a few thou and
dollr to cxemire into the sy. terns in
ire in Centra) and Scuth America by
which it it is claimed yellow
fever may be rrndered harm
less, has been laid on the shelf,
and Corg'ess has conclndod to let
the country take the dances of an
otl er devastation rather trail spsnd a
few m ntftos' time snd a few thousand
rlo'lart froman ove flowing Trvrsury
in thru g nt-im in prevrnt k. iu nu
merous l'erntories witch have been
knrckirg nt the d'-orsof Congress ask
ing sdm!Hlr'n a'e Bi'l peimit'ed to
vnaut inne-nn'teiy. i,an on', nor ins'i
maybe mentioned the tar IT, wbii-h
both ratios bave plighted tberrselve
o rctorrrr.- - it nt r till tiiireiorn-eri, arm
1 trply to remnin In that condition tn-
IIyrtriliobla From n H 1 iilel lilt.
Detroit, Mich, Angus'. 4 Cart,y
Tlr. Hu'tl 18 yeats, wua bitwu by
I pet spaniel six years igo.
been entirely f jrgotten by himself
and friends nntil recently, when be
was taken with convulsions, frothing
at the month, snapping and barking,
together with apparently excruciating
. i j .1 a : t 1 I
pain, eviueiiuy nuueruiK liuiu uvuiu-
pbobia. l'byaicians were called and
he teems improving.
ike Cotton and l orn Crop Promt-
Iok Men Holler t.ioniou.
IcoBREsrosniiio: or thb Arriii.1
AiiKiiiiKKN, Miss, August :! The
rrcrt rains have dnnn the crops con-
eidt-rable good, hiul it is inw tnoughl
that two-thirls ot a err p w ill be nisde,
where two weeks ago il was expected
that but very little would bo miult.
Mr. Vsrlield, a plaster on llonev Isl
and in Holmes county, tulJ he would
make ss much cotton aud corn to the
acre ss he did last year. His crop
lo.iked splendid. Claiborne county
has fine crops. In Adams and Jeiier-
son counties the crops are not so Rood,
occasionally the effect of fertilization
is evinced by a splendid cop by the
side of a very poor one. Oiopsonths
Snntlower, Tallahatchie and Yazoo
are now doing fine.
Doubtless you have beard ot tne
saw mill boiler explosion on Mr. Thos.
Graves's p'antatfon, near Tchula-
holma comity, on last Wednesday
evening. I called cn Mr. Graves last
Saturday to sell him a bnilor and 1
never before eaw eo complete destruc
tion of a building. The mill was blown
completely down, one portion of the
boiler never has bean lound. five
men were killed instantly. Col.
Graves was slightly bruised. The
boi'or was very old. It measured
forty-six inches in diameter, twenty
feet'lorg, contained twofouiteen inch
flues, two twelve inch tluos. The taw-
yor raid be was juet prepaiing to saw
a laige gum leg, which was a protec
tion to him and tho Cjlonel. The
steam guago registered seventy pounds
prewnre just as the explosion occur
Ted. M. 1). WILLIAMS.
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Url ihoWrns'los Artlcl Tlioril
popularity of "Wilbur 1 Compound ol tod
Tt..n.nii .ed T.lmo" tins Induced some nn
principled rersons to attempt to palm 11S a
simple articlo 01 toeir own roununmure!
but aur person who is suflorinr ftoni Coiiulis
Colds or Consumpt-on, siould b ciiretu
ku.- h. ,,tirnhnsn this artlole. 1 he re
sults of its uie are it best reeotnuiendntlons,
and the proprietor Inn ample tvideuo on
file ol itsjtrro-t success Id lnlnionarr eom
plaints. The i'r-oi-hate of Lime possesses
inost n'urvelous healing piwer. euiobined
. .1.. ...... I-...I. I.tu..r nil 1.0 lir Wil ,or.
HUH .111. ,,IIO v.. ....vi f " . I' ll
It is nrnscrilied by tbe tneifcnl faculty, nud
by A. II. WiLiiuB, Cheoiist, Boston, and
RELIEF! r I
i i iiniiir ittti il I T"'ir
Tho most wonderful rain -
known. Its effects aro instantaneous.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
CHEAPBY THE GALLON.
13. J"- QElVEIEESgS dfo OO.
THE L1VERN0RE FOUNDRY
F0UN1MIY & MACHINE DEl"T
iron anu - ww.. -i. iy . V
VaatlUK., 1-.. .
En.lne., J '
Baw-Hllla. i d ir'iV '
J ' i,vm r :.w Jll I
IRON & RAILWAY SUITLY
lHuooeior In thi Wartment to JOHN M ANOuUE.)
wWrlte an for information on ANY 'f I11NU In either line.
D. HULLINH, of lute J. R. Godwin k Co.
Cotton Factors &Com mission ierchanh
o. 1 lfowartl's Ilow, Cor.
7-M no cf
I l. -0 'a.fV.T' Jit '
' ff M1FIINI)ES & MACHINISTS,
'JVC" .?' id
i ''f 'J ' '
ih Ar-. m
Ml" I I
Z. N. EST Ed.
''-"iiKfi1' sew- notice, for the cele. rated Meilarl I'ai
'il-fa S'kW:V WriMiit o IMMIey. W carry in itook t
V3J-'S,t':' I'w Hundred Assor.od - . s
.V,.W ,rUufflK. r-e.id for Pnliiloviie arnt Price-list.
SIS. 3SJ-3EStssts sfc C5o
(Hlir'csnoit to kniin, Ion f.i
WL Dies ale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Hos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
F v. .
HAW MD PLAAfBU-flllM.. HAW-IAXIs
Boors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shinglea, Plwrln, Oiling and Cedar I'ohIs,
M E f9 SI3 IS. -
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tenn.
MM M il, proprietor.
J. h. nT.
A : -Vv-i iJK H ii :X.h bouthkhn fs'rii.iKi l-HKMst. I I, Vr-t
Jlfy . '''''Il ffr? P Ii SV1' Price at Kactorr.mt end M. I
V 'Mb Ljt:" ALLISON fKr 1) COTION rl.EASE8. J J
lm --: fl ilbsZ T?-: M-All kind of Olni R.lr.d. Srooial A fA
ir NJ ,iClry' ' Discruotto the lrd.- 'I IJ
- v. -v. . i-'i - :tui .nil lt:t 'rint st . fleiusnis, i'" Ik' LI
W. . IIOKTOV,
Lat of Meacham A Horton.
Late of J. a. Kay 4 Son
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
! GROCERS AND
360-362 Front Street Memphis Tonn.
Curer tho world has ever
AND MACHINE C0MPANv
IGOto 17t Adams St., HemiiUir
h ' ' It Boiler Irea
'V W . , Ilooi,Bau
' MM X'- , JNtoeet lri
al aatik' 3 i
DEP'T, 22 Bud 218 Second St.
J AS. YON UK, late ol J. W. Caldwell k O
Front and Union, Memiihifl. .
JOHN E. KAXULE CO., rWU'B'N,
j c v. i fr ...
MANDFACTUKKKS AND DKALKH8 IN
iikIih'h, ItwIltTM, NhwiiiIHh,
- ...ll...l tfi.... u...9 IV ! I Mill
t'(oii rr'Kw, olion UImn,
Nlinniiix. i'iillt'y, l it'.
We areiirepsred to (ill erden
W. B. UOAN.
Street Memphis, Tenn.
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. Niultiri VnU Soparalor.
I'aglo EcllpHe lltillfr UUi",
Lad of flsiley Cofingtoi
WILL be opened Jane lit. Thli not,
waterlnt-plttce it i touted aix milM
from JKln Furnara, on th Nuhvlll and
Tuiioalooiia railroad, in llickmaa eoantr
Tenn. Ilaok will meet all traini at Ctna
and will convey (uaati to eirinii at a very
Board, 'JO Per Month t tl Per Day;
NfierlHl Katea to t amlllee.
Vi Invite all who with to mend the mort
teaniint eea'on of their livei to oom to
Ueiiverdani, iioeilly nee kerf of pleaenre
Good water and pure air la
I.lrerymen, Centrevi'le, Tens.
pw , prnnV I', ..;-( r;i Uoiel.
ijlltlill IIOIKL, il.
H,,fl.l rl.lm Cn.. V.
II mh uv in the
Vlrcinin niiiuiit iinj. l'lrtarei'iiue surround
tnuH.ejdeniiivoiind beiiutilully fhaded lawn.
(Inn, olecino beiln, and all modern imrroe
nientH. Two daily rcHils, luiHt. telei;rahand
exire"R tCu-vn on tbe I romi.ee. table the
very beet, l.uiurioii'ly furninhed rootnix
ui erb bund muiio. Send for illuetrated
)hiii h let . CharaoK inodernte. Open for rii
itorn, June l"ih. W'lfr: Alum, t'halvbiat
and I'm '. R.T. WIIJjlHDN.Man'rr.
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for the eann of 1M, berinnlnt
June litt, reduood li to Ml ii.r cent., bat
the hinhett etuadiird of excelleno mail
Send for illuitrated deroriidive ramphlet
Anion?; the Northern Lakes
of Wincon.in, Mnneota and Iowa, are hnn
dreda of deliahtliil idareii where one can put
the Hummer montha in iuut reit and enjoy
ment, end roturn home ut the end ol th
heated term completely reiuTenated. Kaon,
recurring tendon brinirt to Uconomowoo.
Waukc'lia. Heaver limn, Krontenao, Oko
boii, Minnetonka, White Uear, and innu
inerahle other ohiirmini looaltliei with ro
mantic nauie. thoutiiiniln of our bent peoiile
whofe winter home, are on either side ot Ma
on and Dixon's line, hlricunce aud com
fort, at a moderate cot. can be reaiiuyoD
tamed. A lit ol summer huuies. with all
necessary informu ion pertaining- tliereto, Il
boing distributed by the Ciiinauo. Vn.wao
naa ami St. Paui, Hiiiwav, and will be sent
loe uiion aiiiitit'nt U n by Ii tior to A. V, II.
Canienter, (lener.il I'ahsol uer Atent, Mil
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Mmiroe ly, Teunrsirr,
SITI'ATKH on top of Chilhowe Mountain
MM feet atiovo so l.vel. (Inod wter.
nuro ntiiioHi'bore. mavnitloeiit sinery and
oomiortalilo nccoinmodii ious. Daily line of
staiies and dully mini Iroiu Athens, Jenn..
over a Rood rnuj; distiince sixtcoti utiles.
Telesniiih olhce in hotel, oonnoclina- wtta
other lines at Athens. Triu reamnable
and speciul ratos (or fiuntlios. For olroa
Urs, mvlm analysis of waters, etc., addres
iroirietur, I. a. mauilii,
vnite una siTinns, lenii.
Crab Orchard Springs.
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The etcellenoa
of the cuittno, nnd iiccommodiitions char
acteristic of this hotel durtnc the iat tinea
years, slum ho lully tuumtimied tlus.eason.
Kxi'iirsiiin tickets to lhe Sirins by thv i..
and N. Hallway are good via Louisville, both
goinir snil returninu, to proceed on firsttraia
euoeeed'n arrival In Louisville.
W T. It It A N f. l'ro-'t .1. O. KINH. Snp't.
CH NCERY SALE
No. fOIH, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
rouniy Stato of Teuuessee, etc., Tt. Da
mn Armstrong et nl.
BY virtue ol an lntorloentory deore fof
sale, entered in the above cause on th
till day il June, It'll, M. H. M, page l')H,
I will sell, al l ulillo auction, to tbe hlh
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Mn
ter's oillce. courthouse ol bhulby oonnty
Memrhia, Tenn-, on
Hittnrly, Aimiixl 7, ISSfl,
within logn'. hours, the following described
prenerty, sitJintcd in t-helby county, Ten-ncK-co,
to wit: A certain lot beuinmng at
stnko on the wct side ol N in ill street 13&
leet north of tbe north side of Ciiro
strict: thence weft and rnlll wiih L
liimttrret IM'4 feeling Hake; theiioenort
leotto an nlleyi thenco east Inlj. tcettft
west side ol Nimli stroot; ttu-noe soutQ 7a
loot to the bemnnlnr. ,
J'oruisof Balot'n a credit of sin monthit
nolo with sci'iir'tr rcoiiired : lien routined!
ro leinplion imrteil. 1 his July .!, lstul.
S. I. ,Vi-mm I'LL, Clerk nnd Master,
fly II. K. Wiils'i, Populy Clork and M'tster.
K. M. .v C W. lleiikolland John John
No. M in, H. l).-Chancery Court of Shelbr
county-Stnle ol Tennessee vs. Juhanna
Slrtli:eey et at.
HY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
ale entered in till above cause on th
anil dn ol Janusrv, lKSii. M. Ii. 51, pag
will J.,l at pilbli) auction, to the high
est bidder, In front of IhelMerk and Master
ofliiie, coiirtbnuao 01 tiholby county, Mo -phis,
Hnt 11 rtliiy, Aiignut -Jl, ISStl,
within legal hours, the following ftex-rll t
property, ailuatcd 111 bhelliy county, ien. .
'"Es'i'liiilf of lot M, country lot KK1. (Toi
In.. iltn..l 1x1 Ihn ..iltll Kl, a Of Mil I i..nn i
1!HI 'eel west ol Orleans sir, ol, by a d, plh
1 11' Icet S' Id us property u! J
honov and 01 hirs.
Curt ot lot 1 1, block 57. frniitmi! ".7 !eet on
the neht ride ol Hrli-iins street HI -vol m rth
of Undon street by 11 ili iiili nt ',1 li-m . i.il J
na property ol the Dm", City II. and Ii. A-so'-iirion.
l,ol ft, li'o-k f.l. fn-tiiin ti t-t on itieesst
side o r. 11 1 ii fireo: loci suu'll ot ValH'O
sir. ot by u ilenili el li i'a feet. Nil. I us prop
erly of Niiliui'l J. hi-iusgs, Mmier I'arkor
mi I 01 hors. ,
1. 01 1 1 . ol ioiii h siibilivp on ol 'n! .1-' anil
Dunn's Intel, Vi.iiiin1il leet on Ih north
siileol .Sprinc stroel I ft 1 11 el esi-i it Hrnwn
eireut lif a I'.epili on tl.e ecu! Iin ol 2.0 foot
'nl on Ihn oust line i f I'.'l leet. t-ld aao
properly of Josci'tiinr 'ind John bully. -
I'uri ol'hlo-k :(. liunn'ssiibdivi.-ion.ironN
lng 40 Icet nn ihn e'l l -"lo of inn e-u-str-et
llMleot north ol L'ullo-c iivcnu;-"V ed'-Ptrt
of i.i 'col. Mold a property ol K.ii.. Lilly,
and otliers. . . ,
I'art I1I1 ck '1, I in n n siilnlivinop. fronting
If, lent on tho wot side of it admit ; .if et i d
tool smith if tho Memphis end ( li.rifi,,n
ftinlroad and runniiig I'-io 1 -u leet in depth,
bold in propone of Joseph Williams.
Hurt of country lot l.il, beaini ing on th
south side of I'igeouroosi n.sdor t:h..rloton
avenue t'.i leet Irom the northeast corner oT
Into ll.irdiiw iy's subdivision s:(2' W !W feet
to Court mruei: thenco S WI' b. .M feet;
thence N ;i KM feet to tho I'igeonroust road,
north 29 W 50 leet 10 the beginning, bold U
the property ol II. tt'Neil.
Part of lot 4 1, country lot M l, fronting ll
feeton the westside of Joees avenue north
west corner of a 'Meet alley north of Brad
ford street, th ward, by depth ot i .i reet.
bold as the property 01 Michsel ritrgibbon.
Pert of lot it, Winehe.ter division, front
ing i"i feet on tlie scuih side of llass avenu
2VUIeet west of Dunlsn tret, Hih ward, b
a Hepih of 21" feet, bold as the property
ol W. V. ileailey .
Terms of tiale On a credit of six monthit
Dole bearing Interest, with security, re
quired: lien ratnined; redemption tirr4.
lly II. K. Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
K. 11. CW. JleMielU BolUMtorSj m
W tHi. I liusi 1 ill u V"i "
JFtrV BookCaiOi. loanra.
letter Prese, Cabinet
fCSfl Fillet llfKMi tttid tow4
Irws I'wijjo. Ho po
"London" Trouser Stretcher
... . . ( i.. -..j it-:-
tntl 17 1 tateniea in n.u'01 n.. wu.
"0 X f.ll Nels Amis l
I Bslfeit fcleuM for celebrate?
Join Hamilton A Co. stretch
er, lakes bumiC "
kufK-a rottore imntalooni to
origlnnl shape. Only patented!
Stretcher combining screw red
in eouibiiie'ion with clamps.
All ethers Infringements,
Urleinal and "is y alrt-lflirr
t..w vKuiieinen's sie. ttv
HZZb ..mr.lr Peeked. Pri;-. 13 Writ,
or circulars. Agon's v'iied in every city.
J' w liimniS . B'Wiee.Mms.
iil'lUTCn AaKNTH.Wen and Woreea,
WANTED t0U,ell WdU CHU-K'
111 tK " introduction by IfJ'-J u- '"
..Tot D D. Oueagcnthas so!4 8 Mn a tows
of m P.oi'll o. W IB .vlll-M. of Wi oJ
nw agent iu W Jays: on. two s ioco
" weeks 1 on.l't in 3 fldl
Id DeiTbom ilrttk Cbiert-.
:V'- . v,i'.sn iliift-t iftr Tiit 1, now i-wnir.
fc .r,'-' '-v. 1 uu HliMOt vmvmk l.ibrurr
a.i . - "