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GIRLS SOLD TO 1 NABOB.
IX INDIAN PRIKCE'SPCBC BASES
IS AUSTRIAN UALICIA.
Lord Aberdeen ob tiielrlek Question
Bioling at Belfast Partly a
Question of Bellglon.
Bklfast. Aiienst 7. A liot took
place tbia morning between the
Oiangmien emplojed in the Queen's
Island Ship Yard and the Catholic
navvies employed by the Harbor Com
mi-ifcioners. lhe nlit.nn was very
severe for a tine and resembled id
character that which occurred be
tween the same elements on June 4th
when 'lie O angcmen, ftieatly out
nnmber:rj) the navvies, overpowtred
and beat, ihpm, and drove tbem into
the water, wt eie one wss drowned.
A number of men on both sides were
bo badly injured in today's fighting
that thtv had to be removed to fcos-
Sir Michael Hicks-Beach. Chief
tcrelaty for Ireland, has written to
Major Harland, ol Belfast, saying
ha: the Lord Justices are seriously
concerned about the condition of
arlaiia In Belfast, and consider it im
peiative that the most energetic
measures be taken tj "terminate the
disorder) which are bricging discredit
ana disgrace upon tne town." roe
Inppector General of the Irish, con'
stab ulary haa been ordered to proceed
to Belfast as fast as p'ssible. A large
mreticgof the magistracy we s held
today. It appointed an executive com'
mit.ee to taka charge of the town and
t3 Bssinn the troops and police to
various points. All the taverns in the
city have been ordered to be closed at 6
o'clock tbia evening, and to remain
closed uutil Monday morning.
Dps 1 1 of a Noted Urruinn IfUtoi-lan
Berlin, Aumut 7. Picf. William
Scherer, the German histoiian
anther, is dead, in bis 4(Jth year.
Mill Attend th I.enirae Convention
London, August 7.-Mr. John Dessy
will attend tte league convention st
Chicftro in place of Mr. Edmund
Leamv. who cannot go. Messrs
O'Biien, Redmond end Deasy, the
tbree delegates to the convention,
will go to New ork on the sttamer
. Servia, which leaves Liverpool for New
Receiving- tbe Korelirn Represent!.
London, August 7. The Earl of Id'
desleigh, the British Minister for For
eign Attain, today received the resi
dent representatives of foreign gov'
ernmems. United States Minister
Phelps did not attund, being absent on
a visit to i ne nr. ncn. ueorge J
GoscbeD, at h 8 country seat in Kent.
A Qnetitlon or Religion
London, August 7. Wm. Johnston,
M. P., Conservative member for Bal
f .f-t, who is the losdarof the Oraoga-
rren as lepresvntea in toe JJritisii
House of Common?, is bitterly opposed
to the Marquis of Salisbury a Cabinet,
bo far as it d.rectly cmcerns Ireland
and ibe Irish interests. He declares
that Lird Salisbury made a fa'al mis
take when be appointed Henry Mat
thews Home Secretary, aad takes the
peculiar ground in tin's srecial in
stance that tie Promiei's action is ag
grfsiiveiy hostile to the interes's ol
Prutetaats in Ireland. He stigma
tizes the appointment of Mr. Mat
thews as a clevecpinent of the Jesuit
influei.ee in British politics and state
craft. As a reason for this view of the
Bitna'ion he tt:.t;.s tha t Mr. Matthews
is intimately acquainted with lhe aima
and asiiations if Cardinal Manning,
and is so c'oaely associated witu
them and in sympathy with them,
that Lird Si'sbury, by his appoint
ment, directly helps the Cardinal to
push his plans f ir the influence of the
Vatican in t' e imperial councils. Mr.
Johntton s ame the Tory Premier that
the Irih Fiot sfacts are pieparsd to
. frustrate any and all attempts on the
part of tbe Britisk GovernmMit to
p ace the educational system of Ireland
under the influence ol the the papacy.
The Pro'estants are naturally greatly
alarmed at the possibility of this being
accomplished, for their model echoolu
of Ire and, which correspond to the
public echoo's tf America, are amocg
tbe best conducted and mcst efficient
educational institutions in the world,
and have accomplished a very marked
acd va' liable atuount of good in tbe
instiuition and culture of tbe Irish
people. Although under Protest
ant control they are attended
by many thousands cf Rirnan Catho
lics, and are confessedly among the
beet and highest claes of primary
schools in the world. 'l he fear that
they may come under entirely Roman
CatQolic rule is a natutal one, and
has aroused a great do A of fteliug.
According to Mr. Johnston's state
ment of tlifl case, the control of the
model school is "nly onentep in the
papal scheme. He asseits that Cardi
nal Manning's hope is that in two
centuries from this the Roman Catho
lic Church will again be in the as
cendant in England and be the re
ligion cf the United Kingdom.
A Veteran Manager Retires.
London, Augutt 5. Alter controll
ing tbe destinies of the Gniety Theater
for more than seventeen years Mr.
John Uo'lingsbead is about to retire
from active management. During this
time tbe theater bas had a career of
a'most uoexamp'ed prosperity as the
home of bnrlc sque in winter and of
French plays in the spring. Three
years ago tne scattering of the famous
quartet e, Terry, Kate Vaugban, Nel
lie Farreo and Connie Gilchrist, cast
a temporary cloud over its fortunes,
since happily dispelled. Mr. Hollings
head was tbe associate of Dickens in
founding Household Wordt, in an office
adjoining the Gaiety. He haa like
wise been a constant contributor to
The Cornhill Magazine, beside acting for
many years as the dramatic critic of
tbe Daily Nu, and has published
several volumes of essays on various
subjects. ' 1 i.
Mr. Hollingshead retires with an in
terest in the mentor, the returns from
which are guaranteed not to fall below
a fixed sum. He will probably devote
the remainder of bis life to literature.
He will be succeeded as manager by
Mr. George Edwards, formerly of
D'Oyly Carte's Savoy Theater, and
Mr. Chailesr Hani', well known in
America, will be the stage manager.
The seesjn will open under the new
management on September 1st, with
Dorothy, a new comio opera by B. O.
Stephenson, tbe author of Imputte and
Diplomacy, and Alfred Collier, com
poser of The bultan of Mocha, and other
Girls ft Old to a Nabob.
Berlin, Angnet 5 Tbe Cologne
GazeUe eays that at Lemberg, Aus
trian Gslicia, recently two young Ger
man girls wheso rare beauty and.
sweet voictB lad obtained for them
pre fifable employment and a prom
lairg futuro on tbe operaf c etatre,
were sold t? the agent of a Bombay
nabob, who is said to maintain a
harem as extensively slocked as the
famous collection of oriertal beauty
presided over by Ismail Pasha. The
rale ws negotiated by one Aaron
Huder and his wi'e, with whom the
girls were boarding, acd the price
paid for tbem ws 40 roubles each.
The girls were induced by promises of
professional engagements at fab ulcus
salaries to accompany tbe agent to
B' mbay, acd the st ry of their tale
did not become knowu until they were
Lord Aberdeen on tboJrUk Ques
tion. London, August 7.-Tbe Earl of
Aberdeen, late Lord Lieutenant of
Ireland, replying to a eniogiitin reo
lution presented by the Kilrueh Bcnrd
of Guardians, said: "I hope lhat out
cf the recent deep attn'ion given to
IieUndand the ardent ciiuuwion of
its atfaiis, eme practical nsult will
arias tecdingto increaee the peace and
prcepfr.ty ol tne country.
Corruption In the rtrillxti War lie-
London, Aujust 7. The ?ir William
Armstrong Arms Manufacturing Com
pany is retorting to extreme measures
to estop tne military newspaper ex
posures of tbe company's alleged cor
ruption of government officials to
secure contract's for the supply of ord
nance. Kecentiy toe company applied
to the Queen's bench for an injunction
to restrain Capt. Armit from contin
uing to publish in the Admiralty and
Home Guards Gazttte, as be haa been
doing every week, fresh allegations of
corruption of ordnance officials by the
Armstrongs, pending the lesult of tne
action for liDel to De brought by the
company egaiast the captain for h's
original albgatinn of ccrruplion. In
the succeeding exposures Capt. Armit
bas described in detail alleged cases of
tbe grossest char icter, charging sev
eral distinguished porconagis with
corruption and CDnpiricy, With hav
ing formed among themselves a ring
for systematic robbery of the govern
ment, ine tijurt of the Uueen s
Beni h bai juet rendered its decieion
upon the petition for ioj inction. lhe
CQUitrifHsed to grant the injunction,
and beses the refusal upm the ground
tbatlha libe'sfall wituin the class of
''privilfg'd communications." "If
theso libels ara true," svs the court,
it is of the utmost importance that
the country thou Id be made aware of
the knowledge they convey." Capt.
Armit 8 object is bel.evej to force the
government to grant a royal commis
sion of inquiry into his charges.
Tbe Keeent Election the All-Absorb
ing Tople of Interest.
ICORliapONDINCI OP THE APPE4L.J
Covington, Tbnn., Augntt ft The
e'ecticn here yesterday for county
officers, Attorney General, Judges, and
other minor cilices came oft quite
quietly, and everybody went to bed to
sleep except the officials holding the
election and a few of the candidates
who already knew they were beat
from the way tho votes wero coming
cut of the box in this district. From
the returns now in, 4 o'clock p m ,
from other diatiicts three of the candi
date? are safe ly elected, namely, Har
ris", for Trustee, tJn pVnnon, for County
Court Clerk, anj Tally Lr Circuit
Kng;ster and Sheriff s'ill uncerta'n,
as there is two more districts to hear
At present pcace re'ens supreme
along the Big Hatchie, and law atd
ordc!' is triumphant.
And now, sir, I wish t ) make a fo
rcrna'ks iu answer to tbe stiii'tures of
F. T." upon the few fac's I gve you
lsstweek upon ourcouDty couvention.
He Bsvs all my letlois contain "blows
at prohibition and temperance ni' ii."
Now, this is not to. Bcicg a temper-
a e man myseit I navo struck no
blows at them, but merely at "prohi
bition," which is cs intemperate us
drunkenness itself. He sayslwiite
in the interest ol whisky when 1 am
alo writing in the interest of civil
rights ana property, which is every
where depreciated where prohibition
pretends to rule. "F. T." gels mail,
and says "tbe whieky men want to
gag and tbrjttle the voice of the peo
ple." Not nt all, because when the
convention "snowed under" Joe Town
eend they also "snowed under" the
very principle of fanaliciem and intol
erance comprehended in the word
"prohibition," and I deny that ths
people of tbiscounty are in favor ol it.
Beside', tbcre was no occasion to
pass resolutions (o submit it to the
pe pie, because the law provides that
sucn a course must bn taken it the
amendment passes bo' h "houses" by a
Now, 1 think that people that live
in g'a houses ought r.ot to throw
stmes. His armor ought to be invul
nerable. And anain, what is sauce for
tbe goose ought to he sauce for the
gsniier. Now, if a saloon kepper was
o retl a drink on a Sunday, and "Joe"
could prove it, he would be fined
Yet he himself hns learnt the lest on
where it Bays : "Run in the way of tho
Lord's commandments," and Joe al
ways rune, but not always in the way
of the commandments; but eveiy Hun
day he runs counter to the third, which
says that your cattle shall have one
day's reft in seven.
1 know that a livery stable keeper
cannot afford to keep the Sabbath day
holy; then why should they sign such
claptrap nor sense as "A church and
echoolhouse on every hilltop and no
saloon in the valley."
I hope that all the worth "Joe"
spoke to the several hundred vo'.ers in
Haywood county full deeply into their
heart", and that together with the 6000
iiapusts reterred to in tbe report, will
forever cease to "smile," and will vote
the straigbont Prohibition ticket, if it
ever comes before the people, which
the signs of the times tell me It never
tv ill do.
"Joe" says that I am an "alien"and
will not got a vote upon prohibition.
As one vote is only like a drop in the
ocean that is of no consequence, as
there are enough true men in Tennes
see to snow tbat question by some
thousands majority. But it is a pity
that an "alien" should have to stand
alone in defence of the "constitution"
and the inalienable rights of a "tree
people." Again, be says I am the
"fatnerof tbree saloon keepers in our
town," and "derive my support from
the whisky peoplo." Tbe first state
ment is one-third falsa and two thirds
true, which is pretty good fur a Pro
hibitionis. The otaer statement is a
lie full measure, as I have got "sup
port" without it.
In conclueion I wish to say, even if
it were si, a man that is afraid to de
fend bis own legitimate rights is no
man ; he is worse than a worm, which
will tarn when you tread npon it.
My grand fa' her dying bequeathed to
his bod a good name which, unsullied,
descended to me. For my tons I will
maintain it, uttariiahed by Bhame,
ami it still f.om a spot shall go free.
Farewell from "Territory," alias
Liberty," atlas "Ebenczer Paine."
Mr. Nobe Harris is elee'ed Tiustse
by a large mji rity, and Mr. Don
Smith, now deputy, is e'ected Sheriff.
Send for catalogue of the Memphis
Ho pital Medical College before at
tending lectures elsewhere.
Wlir TIIK NEGROES
OF THE SOUTH THINK OF CLEVE
LAND. They Are for Dig Re-election and Tor
the Election of Lee, of Vir
ginia, TIce President.
A correspondent of the New York
Star, wiiting from White Sulphur
Spring?, eays: Ton:ght the Slur cor
refptndent hd an intnstirg conver-
eatiou with Walker Lewip, ilia Letd
witit-r at th Sprirgs. Ho cam to
the r-prn gs in June, lNl'l, with Gov.
Floyd. II we s a slava than, owned
by Judge Nicol s of Virginia. Sinca
that time be has spent every summer
here, and hie wintera have been pot s-'d
in Wa-hinRton and Baltimore. Lewij
is a shrewd, keen observer, and au
unusually intelligsnt negro. In speak
irg of President Cle?eland, he said :
' Mr. Cleve'and is greatly admired
by tne Southern negroe, and by his
methods bas done much to turn them
from the Republicans. His appoint
ment of Matthews in place of Fred
Douglass and his refural to withdraw
tbe nomination, although be hug not
been confirmed, bas especially pleased
u. Then, too, he has acted liberally,
aud given men offices when they had
no right to expect them, and has not
disturbed capable troa in office simply
because they wera Republicans. The
reappointment of Postmaster Pearson
of New York is an instance. It is un
doubtedly true that at tl e time of his
election many of the colored people
believed they would be returned to
slavery, but they now reccgnize that
the statement was simply a Republi
can ne, ana it oaq disgustel them
Mr. Cleveland n almost universally
liked, aud bis course since taking his
seat has been such as to win many
Republican vot ra to him. My race
coea noi say ve-y much, bin we have
ireqoeni srctei meetings and discii's
the political question?, and I know he
is popular with the colored neonlo.
With the inciease of education we ara
hecom ng independent and t''0 time is
not far c'isbnt when we will vote as
we think b Br, independent of pattv.
We ara waking up to tte fact that tbe
Dmocra'8 are not mortal enemies.
but tbat it is &s much to their interest
as ourB that we shc uld receive educa
tion and vote intelligently. In Rich
mond the Democrats pay es much at
tention to our schools a; to the white
schools, and equal advantages are be
ing afforded our children to obtain
"How is Gen. Lie regarded by the
co'oietl people t
'.'He ia very popular, end if he
should receive the Democratic nomi
rat;on for Vice President in 1S38 be
would greatly atrergthen the ticket.
In fjet, Cleveland and Le would
sweep tbe Soutn, and I liavo no doubt
tht t Mr. Jee would ran well in tbe
Noith and Wett. He i'h a thorough
get tteman and finished scholar, and a
in-n of immense uirsinel magnetism
I know the colored people would be
gif il to have him nominated. '
Inspeaaingof tha feeling of the
Mis iseinpi cer,'ro toward Preiidsut
Cleveland, Stute Senator J. B. Bcothe,
of Jackson, faid to thu Star corre
ppordent: "It U undoubtedly true
that in my Slate Prcidont Cleveland
w ill receive many negro votes if ranom-
m. ted witho it any iii rtmnon there
to. He is very po;ul ir and tha ad
minis rat cn is mot hedr.ily indorsed.
Of course t; e:e are some few who be
lieve in the doctiine tbat to the victor
be'ong the spoils, but they are mos:ly
disappointed clhce lookers. The in
telligent Democrats approve of his
policy ai t Federal ctlice, and l is re
luial to turn compettnt Republican
nllicial out merely bei anse they are
Republic jns has been the mean1) of
winning over many colored voles."
' How is the tarifl question Viewed
"The free Irade feeling is r.ipidly
g'owing, and many of our wealthiest
merchants favor the abolition cf the
tirifl for revenue only, and the substi
tution of direct taxation. The view
txken is best expressed in tbe language
of a gentleman with whom I was con
vening a short time ego. He said he
had bc.ught a silk dress for his wife at
14 a yard, and the duty on it was over
$2 per jaid. A dirwt income tax
won Id meet our vioffs,"
"Have ycu beard any expression of
opinion as to the second place on tbe
ticket in 1888?"
"lha irouth would undoubtedly like
to have either Secretary Lamar or
Gen. Lee nominated. Tbe latter gen
tleman ia probably the more pnpnlar,
and would carry more weight with the
negrots. While we should like rep
resentation on the ticket, however, the
South has a greater inteiest in obliter
ating every feeling of sectionalism,
and to that end would not urge repre
sentation on tho ticket as strong y es
it othtrw'se would. The one greet
desire of the South, collectively and
individually, is to have Northern men
recognizn that we are American ci'i
zeus, and have as great on interest in
the preservation of the Union a? they
have. For meny years we Lave been
most unjustly represented as being
barbarians, ready to sUb the Northern
man in the back. For the feeling
thereby engendered in the North we
have not and do not blame Northern
people, for we recognize thot they
Iotmulated their ideas from
the nraliciously false Btatpmenta
made with a purpose by North
ern Republican papers. We
have remained quiet, believing that,
with the increase of commercial rela
tions and tbe mingling of Northern
and Southern men. this would be cor
rected.' This ha, in a large meaiure,
come to pf ss, and tbe presentation of
Southern questions in a fair, unbiased
manner by the Star will materially aid
ns. Heretofore we have not had a
New Yo;k paper tbat we could place
faith in and Icok to for just treatment.
All that we ask is that when we are
right we be defended, and when
wiong rebuked. The World, while
read in the South, is not generally
liked, because of iti sensational and
uncrcan rtyle and tbe character of ita
editor. Tue Herald is regarded as a
weather vane, ready to point In any
direction. The filar ia liked for its
cleanliness and bright, fearless discis
sion of vita! public questions.
Qurkn Mabgabita, of Italy, has a
woman physician, Signora Margarita
Nine one legged men played game
oi baseball against nine one armed
men in Southern Illinois the other
Ths Connecticut Commission on the
Revision of the Slatutes bas engaged
rooms for rfix weeks at Narragansett
Dr. PRiNosnaiM, just appointed to a
professorship io the University of Mu
nich, is the first Jew ever admitted to
a Bavarian faculty.
A mkdal from the Canadian Gov
ernment for Lieut. Howard bai reached
Gov. Harrison, throoghSecretary Bay
ard, and the Governor will forward it
s soon as he learns the address of the
Lieutenant, who is now in Canada.
Jaebnx's lawyers ara greatly dis
heartened by the postponement of the
verdict of th New York Court of
Appeals in his cue. -
A New Orleans dog, it is said, never
makes a mis'ake as to the recurrence
of Sunday, and nothing will induce
him to leave the house or frolic that
Tub Dallas (Tex ) AWm says: Gar
land is as stiff in bis sit as win the ra
ven of tbe erratic Poe. He can't be
moved by tnrf cr stine. He h in to
stay and to stay with his Pan-E!ectrio
eto'k on hand.
Mrss Minnib Garpnkr, rf Jones
ville, Mich., rodo a self-binder to cut
fifty acres of wheat and cut and rate.'
all the hay on her father's farm. Sho
says she enjoys that kind of employ
ment, and praters it to swinging in a
Nw York Tribune: There is a
strorg suspicion at large in this com
munity tbat when Kollin M. Squire,
beloved of the muses, wrote
And a pare and radiant being
Leads ma lentl; by lhe band,
he did not allude in the remotest way
to Maurice B. Flynn.
A caitain of a river vessel at
Quincy eays of tbe Mississippi river:
I have, seen it so low at some places
that we had trouble scaring the calves
away from in front of the boat. The
whistle was used for that purpose,
and sometimes we would have te keep
it going continually for a long time.
Thb fiery. Capt Sambola, of New
Orleans, aays tbe Mobile KrgitUr, will
have to get his little gun ready again.
He haa received the following letter:
Grape and canister being our motto, I
inform you that I have about twenty
five men ready to take up arms for our
government against Mexico, i he men
I epak of are old wldiers from first
to lest Confederates and Federals.
Answer this soon and oblige one of
your old comrades. bam it iii rns.
Washington Pof(: In joining a
Washington church, the lady of the
White House gave her name as "Frank
Fo'sora Cleveland." Thore ia not
much in a name except association
to those who become accuslomed lo it.
Perhspa the most accomplished and
popular mistress tbat mansion ev.r
bad was affectionately known through
out her life, and for years after ber
deal h to both friends and sirangers, as
"Dolly Madison" pet name for Doro
thy. A blank crop report was sent out by
a Cleveland paper for tbe farmers to
fill out, and the other day one of them
came back with the following written
on the blank Bide in pencil: "All
we've got in this neighborhood is
three widders, two sjlioolma'ams, a
patch of wheat, tbe hog cholera, too
much rain, about fifty acres 'taters and
a dura fro I who married a cross-eyed
gal because she owns eighty shepand
a mule, which the same is me, and no
more at present."
Tub tiip which Henry Irving and
Ellen To ryarn row fairly Btartedupon
is a short one in time, considering its
length, even nr traveieis as persis
tent es ;he English a-tor and the bril
liant actress, who biii.gs with her bu
yout) ; elvii'ibter. Mr. Irving conn's
on rcivcLii jr Hew Yntk uttlio latest by
Mond.iy next, and ho has mado en
gngemonta for esch of ti e four or five
d.iya which follow Leforu he starts on
a yachting tiip cs thu gucs' i f Mrs.
Bouoni L iciwi od, of New YorV, on
the Glimpse, Mr. Lcckwood s yacht.
Mrs. Lockwood, who cn'ert tins Air.
Irving av.il Mi?a Tcr.y, is, it isscaiciy
necesenry to remind anyone, Secretary
BayardV titr, mid a om .n of pres
et ca and I'o-i ion in stritty rn ln-r
OTvn aicaunt fr. in Kt-W('0;t t) Well
ilk m wa - iv , . s ..u'
rrrparM villi fipocln! rcy:m1 to I'uuIMj.
No Ammonia, Llmo or Atuia.
PRICS CAKING POWDER CO..
CHICACO. ST. LOIIIO
Forty Tears a .Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
"FOR FOUTV YEAHSlhavabMiniTla-
tlm to OATARRH-thre-fiarth of tha time
inrTersr from EXCKDClAl'INU PAIN8
AOKOHS MY KOimilKAD AMD MY NU8
TR1L8. Tha discharge! wera to oflenaWe
that I haaitata to mention it, inept lor tha
good it may do lorns other (utTerer. I hava
pant a young fortnne from my earning!
daring my forty yean of "uttering to obtain
relief from tha dootorf. I have triad patent
medlolnei vary one I could learn of (rum
tha four corner! of the earth, with no relief.
And AT LA8T (.17 yean of age) hava mat
with a remedy that baa cured ma entirely
made ma a new man. I weighed 12 i oonil,
and now welsh 14H. I used thirteen bottlel
of tha medioine, and tbe only regret I have
ii, that being in tha humble walk! of lile I
may not hava in8uenee to prevail on all ca
tarrh inffererf to ne what bag cured me
Gnlna'g Pioneer Blood Renewer.
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"Mr. Henry Oheru, the writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, (la., merit! the conldence of all in
terested in catarrh. W. A. JIUFK.
"Ex-Mayor of Macon."
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Original and nny ai resetter
lor a-rull-i'i"u'a n. by
txvcen seouraly packed, l'lioe 12 fid. Write
fur circulars. Agents wnted in every nlty.
U. W. MIlhTSIOA A O., ti'tn.lis
AUGUST 8, 1886.
Tho most wonderful Psiin-Curor tho world has ever
known. Its ellects are Instantaneous.
Children Cry for
Z. N. KSTES.
(sir r.Naont to intkn, doan a o.)
Wl olesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
l.os. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
L. i. MULUKS.ol lataJ.tt. Uodwln A Co. JAU. YONUE, late ol J. W. Oaldwell 1
MULLIWS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors&Contmission ierchanto
No 1 How-aril's How. Cor. Front and Union, MfinplilH.
THE LIYERfifiORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE C0MPAN
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPrTKrOto 171 Adams St Momphlr
'iron nl t-"r
Bra.. -f ' f
CaatlUK.. JfJ'V 7tA r S
i ' . .Ani
l nulla A L
IRON & RAILWAY 8UITLY DKl'T, '-'2J and 228 Second St.
tSucceKirs in this tirartmcnt to JOHN M ANOC1UK.)
IwWrlte ns for Information on ANY 'IIIINU in oiihnr linn.
And Commission Merchants.
No. 24 nnd StG Maillsioii Piireot, Mem pill;
ALABAMA HIT W
Xi Wi JCJ MB MUM. M.
rates to thote who daslre to try It.
IrnillliK out or Mrutllllla.
AW AUD PLABIJICMULIh HiMA
Doors. Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar rostu.
W. A. SMITH, Proprietor ,
r ') ,'tvajy -7
Late of J. H. Day Son.
Late of Hoaohau Jt liorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
380-362 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
YT. B. DOAN.
" JJMieos iron
JOHN L. HAM)LK & CO., riiOI'Jt'M,
C8 Second St. Memphlg, Tenr
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTUKBU8 AND DEALERS IN
i.iiiflHVH, ItollerM, NawuiillM,
RriuUoril ;rn and lVlient Mill k
Voiion l'rHH, lilouillHS
MhnniiiKt Pulleys .
NPM'IAI. NUTK'K We areprrrsred to rill ordert
on triuri notice, for tha celerrated RltMlnrl fnlout
Wroiitlii-: I'nlloy. We oarry In stook over
Two Hundred Assorted hiara.
warNnnd for (tntslnrne and Prlco-llst.1
mm k co.
iit Till'. HA UHKI
t'AR-0 OR It
harrnl lot! delivered in the city at very lo
HhIv lo nil siulnla
M. PATTERSON & CO
AVERY GIN CO.
IV. A. NuiUIi'h I'at. Hepnralor.
Eagle Erll)He Hullor (linn,
l'laln 10-Inch Jln, and
MOI THERK mSDABD PKRMN.
. . n... a t iefk at 1 1 4ft
ALLISON hEtD t'OTION CLEANERS.
aar All kinds of Gins Repaired. Special
Uiioountto the l'rade.-
891 anil m front Wt., Wfttmhla, Tn1
J. W. HAII.BT.
Lata of Bailey Jr Covlngtol
WILL be opened Jane 1ft. This aoted
watering-plaee if situated sii mile
troa jEtna Farnaea, On the Nash ville anil
TusoaJoosa railroad, in Hickman ooonty
Tenn. Hack will neat ail trains ai tna
and will eonray metis to snrinis at a very
nonrtf, at Per Menlh 91 Pair Day.
hpwlnl atntra la Pamlllosi,
We invite all who wish to spend the most
plesmint seaion of their lives to come to
Heiiver.tKm, esieeially seekers of pleasure
and hcnlth. Good water and pure air is
Ill" f D I.ESTO n HXIia.,
. Liverymen, Centrerllle. Tenn.
F. A. DKaN, Prop'r CVntreTille lintel.
IjKANtt HOTKlALl'M NfKIKUK
, wlir.ri.lre Co., Va. High np in tha
iricinia luountnins. Picturesque surround
ini.s,exionsiveand beautifully shailed lawn.
U, electric nolle, and all modern improve
ments. .I wo daily mails, post, telenrm.h and
Mprojs ota.'es on the premises. Table tbe
tory bet. Luxuri.iu.ly lurnished roomii
suierh band of musio. Send for illuttrat.d
pamphlet, thame modontte. Open for vis
itor!., June 15th. W.itrr.: Alum. Vhnlybff
snii frrrntcmr. R. T. WIHi.lAs6N..M.in'iT,
Among the Northern Lakeft
j. ... ..... ,ioi..ia ana iowa, are nan-
dreds of delmhtlul places where one ean para
inesumuier months, in quiet ret aadenioy.
.u., .in return noma at tha and of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Kaon
ruuprln. Ll ... ........
u.,u. I,, uoonomowoe.
.Uev,r D. Frontenae, Oko
boji, Mtnnetonka, White Bear, and innu
merable other charmin localities with ro
mantio names, thousands of our best people
whose winter hames are on either side ol Ma
son and Diion'a line. Elegance and com.
fort, at a moderate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list ol sumner homes, with all
necessary informa ion pertaining thereto, is
being attributed by the Cmcuuo, Milwo
ga and 8t. Paul Railway, and will be sent
free upon application by letter to A. V. H.
Carpenter, General Passer ger Agent, Mil
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Monroe Connly, Tennessee.
QITtt ATH1J on top of Chilhowee Mountain
KJ 'MM feet abovo soa level, (lond water,
pure atmosphere, munnillcent scenery and
comfortable ncciimmndii ions. Daily line ul
stages and daily mall from Aihm.. 'I.nn .
over a good road; distunce slx'ton milrs.
leleurHph ollice in hotel, ennnocting with
other lines at Athens. Terms rcaionable
aiul sioial rates lor fntnilios. Fur circu
lars, mvliig analysis of waters, etc.. addreis
proprietor, T. A. .MAUILl,,
vt hite CIIH hpnngs, Tenn.
Cral Orchard Springs,
T INCOLN COUNTY, K Y.-The excellence
i ui.iiid, am, arr.iinuioiiaiione cnar
a-terietic ol this holol during the past thiee
p...,,, v iuiij. iiiHiiiuiineu in.s season.
iciireion tickets to the Hvrings by the L.
anil N. Knilway are good via Louisville, both
- "...ii. I'r.ioneu uu iirsitraia
euocoeding arrival In Louisville.
W T. OH A NT, IWt. .1. ('. KfNd.Run't.
CURTIS & CO,
SAW AND Pl.ANINQ Mill SUPPLIES
Ae WK1TM KOll t'ATA I.OOtTC.
NIiKK and by vlrtuo of two certain trust
(IimhIh executed to mn. as truelee. ilnl v
rcconnti in hook nn, lit, pnaoozi. unit uoog
No, UV, patre 2 ". of lha It.Kistor I ofJlce ot
Kholl.v county, 'lonn., default having be on
made thoruin, I will, as such trustee, on .
Monalor, Anirn.t SO, IMft6.
during legal hours, on the suiithwnst corner
of Mii'n mi t Madison ttrocls, in the city of
Meiiuilils, Tenn., as such trustee, sell at
public auction, to tho highest bidder, for
cash, a certain lot of land, situated in tha
city of JMeiiipble, Shelby county, Tenn., be
ginning on the north side of Spring street
at the southeast corner of lot No. 10 of the
subdivision ot land formerly owned by Dr.
Dmllev Dunn, and running thence westward
wllll Spring stroel IK) leeti thence northward
IMI (eet to the south line ol lot No. 7 of said
subdivision ; thence eastward with the sauth
lineot said lot No. 7 silly teet to the west
line of lot No. lit thence southward with
the west line of said lot 11 ninety feet to the
beginning. Kquity of redemption waived;
title believed to be good, but I will sell only
as trustee. July 2M, IHHtt.
II. UKNHDORF, 'Trustee. ,
UNPKK and by virtue of a, certain dead
of true! eioruled to nis; as trustee, and
wherein default has been made, du'y re
corded in hook lJfi, page JtU, of tbe ltegis
ter's ollice of Cihelby county, Tenn., 1 will,
Ot Monilny, Aaarnal .'Iff, INN0,'
during legal hours, on l lie sonthwest corner
of Main and .Mndieo tttreele. in the city of
Memphis, 'Tenn.. f ia'h truttre, scU at
public unction, u tV highest hlitiler, f
cash, a certain lot o I isnil. situate in r-helby
county, Tonn. an! Iticril'.Ml as follows, to
wit: I'nliiv the no ill hall' of lot No. til of
II W. IlilTs tub. Hi iior. fronting. 11 feet on
the west eiilo ol huj'ilte street und running
back west between parallel linos audattigkt
fliigles to siid street 1&) leetto an alley, and
being satno land described in above men
tioned trust deed. Kquity of redemption
waived; t tie believed to bo good, bull will
only convey as trustee. .Inly if IK!.
.11. IIKNMDOHK, Trurtee.
DR. 1). S. JOHNSON'S
I'll iv at j:
No. 17 JofferHon Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
I Kitablished in IKoO.I
K. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all par
Itilernsled as br fur the most sno-
cessftil physician in the treatmentof private
or secret diseaies. Quick, permanent curel
Suaranteed In every case, mate or lemaie.
.ecent eases of Cionorrbea aad Byphllil
oured In a few days without tha use of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance from
business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vea
tige eradicated witho'itthe use of mercury.
Involuntary loss of semen stopped in short a
time. Sufferers from Impotency er loss of
seiual pawerl rettor eto free vigor In a few
weeks. Victims of a e-abuse and eieassive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
lossof physical and mental nower, spoedily
and permanently cured. Particular attsn
ilnn n.i.l in tt. IMh.u.i ef Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the use of caustic or the anile. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by expresi to all parti of the
country. . . ..... .t .
arWorkingmen enreu at nan toe asuai
. ulllee hours rrom a o ciocg a.m. io
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