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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 10. 18S6.
THE MEXICAN TROUBLE.
CHEAT EXCITEMENT OYER CUT.
Wailike Feeling Iacrraslnr on the
St. I.oius , Mo , AunuslO. A apt cial
from El ro Bays: Aa sentence waa
pr, nonnc(l mon Cutting at Pmo del
K.t, Mexico, flatarday evening tbe
prisoner turned slightly pale, bat
wm otherw S4 thorongbljr conipoeed.
When tbe r a line of tha sentence was
ftoihei1, be asked in a loud voice of
the Court, at the Sims time pointing to
Medna: '"About the tOOO, is tint
creature to get any of it?" At this
point Consul Btigham interposed to
stnp him. "II the prisoner uses in
suiting language," raid the Judge, "I
can add something to tha term of bis
sentence." Judpe Brigham assured
the Court that neither Le nor Cutting
mmm any disrespect to it. "Let ui
nndi retand," raid Judge Brigham,
"Just what this is for?" "It is for the
pub iiiation of tbe other side of an
ar'ic'e which is held to have vitiated
a nconciliat'on made on this side."
An 1 this act on the other side," con
tinued Judve Brigham, "was con
B r cd on this riie cs a contempt ol
court ?" To tUs the Couit replied in
the neative. The Court then turned
in 0't prisoner and a-.ked:
' Do yon still stand tioclflr the pro
ttHtion ol vour e-ivcrnmnii ?"
'I do," rVpliod Mr. Cutting.
"Po yon wish tr tike an appeal ti
tlm Supreme Court ?" the Judge aikid.
"I have no appeal to make except to
the G jvernment oi the United HUtes."
"If vou ehnuld denire to ako an ap
peal," said Jml.te Zubia, "you liave
five ilnva in which to give notice. Do
yon wih to ni(tn the proceeding of
"I sign nothing."
you wish to express satisfaction
or disss; itfuction with the sentence?"
"No, sir; 1 hsve never recognized
your court or jirisdic'ion,snd I donot
recognize its lights to imprison me for
Cuttirg wm taken back to Jail, and
will he sunt to Chimubua in day or
No sooner was thef.ct of Cutting's
soutetcB known thsn both towns on
th Mexican and American sido were
wild with excitement over tbe matter.
Two net rot mom i firs wera he'd here,
nd companies rf minute men were
organized- Tbo meicnsnts tear narm
if the sildiers are not promptly on
band. They realize that Congress
only can declare war, but the superior
numlHir 01 Mexican sinners in rmiu
lel Norto would play havoc with the
single 1 ouipanv now at Fort Bliss, one
mile from hi I'aso. Arms ana ammu
nition are not icarce, however, and
citizens ra secretly organizing so as to
act on the defensive. Their voice is
unanimous for tbe vindication of
A mn iran honor and the protection of
our citixns. Tbe Mexicans, too, ars
afgr-i at the tone of the press, and
peoiils are fearful of violonc" on ac
count of lis nunier us tr.n-i meetings
Which era, being held.
! HI fiaatam ! alealea.
WASitiMiToN, August 8. Secretary
llarerd sa)u that no ultimatum has
been s nr to ileii1 o. The only army
ordu-8 in ronneuinn with the Mexi
can ironb'e c.mo from the West last
nigut, n)i g that local triops hai
been BMtt t) diaarm the revolutionists'
who had cros od into Texas ,. f
Kvirll'l- Looka Like Wnrl'run
PaSVIR, Col., Argust 9 An El
I'aso rpii'l fays: The ex'iitoinont
over t'i- Ciitt'iig itnhrog io is much
intrns'ticl today, Uuuiu's of evory
kind am 1 on), ' lit upon invtBt'gation
prt w to bo fii'se, A paison-ier ( n the
t mi u f 0111 Uiiluuhua City this morn
ii g "x tlia' it is knon pisitively
tli. t (i iv Ma eyra hns ordered tin
d I Nor e a ithontiod, in cane of
jj 11I nek Iidiii lex 11, to cut oil' t lit
piiN'KPi's hiad'atui ilellver it to the
Amu ic.i-ifi. Tli' stnt 'Uicnt i jivmi
for mlia" it in wolli. Might liir.drul
Mixcm lioojiu urn mid ti have left
l.avi s f if l'aio del Noita on iSuinlay
11 g'i'. It, . in st'ito 1 t ti tit a stiong ilo
Miuiul i nn i i 11 '. 11.1i', an I that (lie
Ani"'ir hi (illii iilln h ive l i'i'ii nolilleil
to vnvp Mex'i o Lur.ii' crowda tii'licr
HI 1 very rt reel 1 o it' r,m d the avrmil of
t'li'upnuy h'l'f ti- T 111I1 I'i ile.l st, .li-i
In'mi'iy R l'c r llliss which was im
hIkumI I em two inontliH ngo, ll'
c ih il a ' iimur to t: e elloi t that toktlit
c ir lniul of Unit' (I S'atei ro'dieis
v. :o out c Hi t. 1 h li ui 1 licit of
the.t ilillii'ii ties upon I111 'iuoi-n 'h at
' last ! o ning vry spp run', mid ev
eiytlii' g !i kt like Air from a Mexi
can nt uiilioini. C null Itiiuliaut j
n, u ui' lirina tlm f.id tlni'. a strong
diiii it has b it 11 111 A by our gov
err in. 'in, a id il 0 pc 'tile r wild ith
li" g ' Tliey Lave just called Cut
t 11 ; lief rj tin com 1 111 I'll o del Nort ',
isi ii I' 1is.1l ft r gliHiu in in attoi.d.tuie.
1, 1I1T Coiimui B lgt'Htu sk8 he
111 in livu lieHii luimii.drtis'ood in re
git! 1 1 1 e s-coiid (hiiitid. lie B8
tie ex. e ts it any lime, hut d cs no'
ku iw thai it lua Ii en undo.
MK. BtVltll'S VIEW1.
ih Htrrelarj of KWin lnlert Irwnl
un lh hMbvl.
B iitimoik, Mo , Attgtnt 9.-S cre
tan II Vrtiil, spenking to a special or
rpo ulDt isit iiiitbt i.f the Cutting
cue, id he aw no reason wy a
hi" fa t uy adjuilment of tbe dill
f il y io iM not be leached. He has
tveti aeuied 'hit Mich was the desire
of t1 e Mxiian li iieriimen'. Senor
Ko in 0,1 lie Mxcaii Minister here,
en d so 1 e days ego th?t his govern
Miivit w u d nio'tiptly b t li the nin
t r. ecr. tar Haiaid s-iems to think
tlii ln d lli ul y in lhe way hns b'oa
cent''', ut 1 10 mil h by Mexxans as
by ibininii fre nU in tlrs country,
mm', 111 tli irflloitsti einl'arrsss ttie
r.ihii 11 e.iati"ii, t avt s igKis ed to tbe
Ha u i nut or t 0 1 hum moo's tf oppo
x ti iu wnicli ptr: ai il ey would not
ha e f-ouilr ol. M-x co's attitude
i i ti c nutter, it ia claiiii'd, ha been
U o t v tIullleud by the elloita of
Mr. UI nut's f i 11 Io ti Bhow th it Mr.
Board hai ii(po-red with prtc'jv
is lev, and I" h iieen o exactiim wuh
Mi-xio M " BavHidliiii-elf lee'ss long
) in -i e m ter, an I ii with mncti
iiv.i k veii i:m hs orsideied the
1 inc pie invjlve i in t be Cu'tirg affair
to lie (' e of the graves importance,
m il 1 ne us t) wttiul) ihe whole conn
t -y, if out rt f trer.ee ti pr y, 8'ioiild
lioaiir t The pi r 1:11 al mer ts or iU
iu"itt Cut i in i.in.s If bin uotliinn
ti ib 1 wi ll t'.e in tt r H iiiadn
i ll rc-cB who her he an a-iitel if
i'ar-1 11 -s or an afice' 1 f I g'it, but t did
inaUe t'e gr-a!est prea tile il.ttiieaee
to 'h A nu'icHi i ople wbetni r tt e
(rt-'t.'oi rit-ed by t e st ,t Depart
ment in his cass should bs maiatkiaed
or net. Mexico claims in Cutt ng's
cass the rigit t t y an Americaa
cit!zen for an effense commit t id in ths
t'noed Satis, ami Cuttng h is been
actna'ly convcted end sentsreed f.ir
publishing a libel in Teias S c eiaiy
Bayard thinks th's raises the gravet
possi'H question between ths two
countries, and it Mexico's claim were
once conceded, no American traveling
in Mn-co would bs rale. Mr. Bayard
is deeply In earnest in his determina
tion to resist the position taken bv
Mexlct, and ba expresses full confi
dence as to ths popular approval of
his course. ")y countrymen," he
said, with evident 'ee'ing, "will not be
deceive by partisan misrepresenta
tions. They wi'l recognizsthegrsvitv
of the question involved snd will
never content that one of their fellow
cit'zics shall be tried by a foreign
power for an offence cnminUtoil in this
country. Suppose Cutting bad stabbed
his Mexican rival on Texas soil in
stead of merely attacking bis repnta
tion, does anyone pretend that Mexi
co could have tried him for muritr?
Tbe case, Mr. Bayard thinks, is too
clear for equivocation, and be has no
idea of repeating from tbe position
taken by tbe Ditpaitmcnt weeks ago,
when it demanded Cutticg's release.
The Secreta'y will not anticipate the
action of Mexico, but be evidently
looks for full reparation from that
country. That tbe local conrt shou'd
have convicted Cuttiogdoesnot neces-
tarily imply tbat tbe Mexican govern
ment will roluse to s.l Dim at noeriy
and go to war. Speaking of this feat
ure of tbe affair Secretary Bayard said
both givernments are pledged by the
treaty of 1848 to ex ha u it every posei
ble means of effect nu a peaceful si t
tlement of alt pjli'ical nutstions.
Should Mexico puis s'. in her piesont
at 1 ude, the qu ion would then ar sj
as to wnat action should bs taken by
thiscoun'ry to enforce acquiescence
in its demands.
The rupture of the diplomatic ne
gotiations would uaturaUy f d o-v, bnt
in this connection it may be s'atsd
that the rumored resignation of Min
ister Jitckion has no significance. Sec
retary Bjyard says he hai loce'ved no
intimation of Mr. Jackson's resigna
tion, although it is qoito possible be
in ty wish to come home. The other
ques'ion has added fuel to the flames
on the Mexlcsn border the judicial
murder of a Mexlcnn naturalized to
this country, who had been illegally
extraiited by the Texan authorities
is in process of settlement, and it is
thought here tbat the murderer will
be bung by the Mexican Government.
In this cane the wbolo rospons bility
rests with the Texan authorities, who
have been so belligerent over tne
Cutting npisoile. A systematic at
temnt, it it claimed, is beiig made 'o
confuBB tbe public mind rs to the po
sition taken by tbe H ot 1 I impart 111 'jnt
only by bolittUng tbe importance of
tbe Cutting affair, and making it ap
pear that a question of vital impor
tance alluding the honor and d'gnity
of the country is real'y only an at
tempt to protect a dirreputablo
individual who lichlv merits
punishment, bnt alsi conf uuding it
with tne fisheries dirpnte and depict
ing the S ate Department as bullying
in the one case snd truckling in the
other. As a mat er nf fact the State
Department occupied today more ad
vanced ground in this matter than
that taken by Webster, Abbo t. 1-aw
rente and Edward Evtrett, all of Mas
sachusetts, over thlrly years gi, In
bringing about the treaty of 1854
Under that t'eaty tbe Canadians and
New Englantlers enjoyed leciprceity
in fishing. But tbo New Knglanders,
becoming tired of Canadian competi
tion, shut the Canarliars cut of tlmir
maikets and then thought it very odd
that the Canad ans would not pstmit
(bun to llsh within the throe mils
limit. TbeSta'e Department is low
endcavorii-g to obtain the p-ivileges
a keil for by tbe New Euglautlers, and
S-iCfersry Knvaiil thinks a fair con
st'' liction of ihe trea'y t f 1818 will
g ve them tin riijlit ti purchase bait,
one of 1 lie chief p dnti in cont-oversy,
notwittiB'andinu the obs ailes thrown
in tbe way by Congre s. The depart
cnont Is working vigorously to e ecu re
th's cincesiion, and wiiha fairpio--pect
of snccfS', although the British
Foro gii Ulli e is grettly luinpered by
the right t f Cmatla ti impose such
nstrictio'i upon AmericAii fiilii rineii
us who may bob lit.
In both the tis'ieiiis and Mexican
rfl'uiiH tbe fSlirii Dsi a tnie;.t hag
a ttv.l will gnat iromptucs and
vig r, end .Mr lliya il makes to cou
cealmei.t of biH ilot'.rnvnation to iu
s'at upon full i-atisfaiiion in t'-ie
(Jilt ing lla'r, iii t to nine1! fur Cut
tirg's sitks us beeaust it invo v -i tilt)
qni'Ht ion wl'iithcr AuieritMti cit'.ins
in .Mexico sr. t hti protected in thi;r
r g),ti. It .Mexico uives way in this
niH!, nc ', and tin r-i c in l o no doubt
tlm' tlm St j'o 1 ii'psr 1110.1t ii.t -nil to
ei f ine iti dcni.tnds in ti n iiuproi iib'o
c'nt ngi'iu y nf M x'cii tf r. fnsal, the
pus ti u oi Americans in Mex.co wi 1
in fu'ure Ii 1 l.ir iritiro s euro than it
has Ii ku f ir vents, and the pt rsecu
ti.uiH arid 111111 'yniifcs to whi '.h Amort
ens have been eubj' ct tl in tiat
cum ry will lie seosltily nioil tlitl
w!i"i t ie .Mcxic ma liuit -i at wo tiavo
aSrc-itary of Stite with backbone
enough to irsut up in the fullest pro-
ice ion 111 1111 t'onnir y men
No. UHl Wkbt I'.'ih Stiikkt.
Niw YuKk, Junoii, 1HC1. J
Having in the ciursi of a large prac
ii : exte: sivelv unci Allcock's 1'orus
1 lat-is in the various di 'Pss and
condi ims of the lunts Bud pluurn.
snd slwsvs with success. I re:ominei d
th' ir uss in tbat most aggravating dis-
eese, tiu-nmr Catarrh, cr 11 y Fever;
strips of l'laster appiieo over the
t lira t aid cheat will aflord great re-
Hi f from Mis cbok n tickling in tne
tbrnat, whoeziilg, shortaem ot breath,
and pains in the cher-t ''
K. It. M'VUKMIUK, M. V.
The Bqnlrs Iavestlaatlow.
m Ynui. animal 0 Tl. UK I'll.
tion of tbe cateot Koliin M. Squire be
fori tbe Mayor, tor malfoasaocl in
olBco, closed todav. The chief witnees
was William M, Ivlna, City Ubamber
Imo. and priva'e secretsry to Mayor
tirace dii'ing the 'atter's term. Mr.
I vine t ld ths whole story of the cir-mp-
letter from Squ're ti Flyoo, and
gave iliails of a recent occutrenca as
follows: Tbe w tness afterward met
Flynncnd Flynn told bim that thev
lull beeu toucaiting a defense wbii li
w-s that Squire Bhoulri cnmlt Judge
ti ldfiflseve snd sh mid then ask for
the letter on ths ground tbat it wai
v ny incfimltatlngi a a matter of fact
Flynn slid t tint !-qjire did tune to
him and aak for tbe litter, and Flynn
10 A a piper from bis pocket and
ttuew it in the 8r. Squire complained
b e tiise Fiinn did not abow him the
le. ter befo-e burning, and the latter
replied: "Well, it's all right old fel
los. I 's burned now." Flynn to'd
the wit-.-ess that the burning was only
a rim . The real letter of resignation
was nt.t buroed, but a paper subs i
tilted in its place. Flynn st ibis t'rao
tsed the itnes if it wou'd nut be a
po id t in for him to turn State's cvi
tl lino and put Squirs wher he be
To rnlr-ll linrBKlveur.
Import) b eatb, caused by bad teeth,
t ibacc i, epir la t r catarrh, is or titrat
ed hv SOZOUONT. 'f is a hi altbf. I
beautitier, and a gieat luxury as
demriUre Tho repulsive breatli ts
by i s ess tendered a f agiant as a
10 e, and cildmss bv friends or lovers
wi'l b no 1 ngr noticec.
THE FHEC10US METALS.
AXXUAIi BEPOBT OF TBE D1BEO
TOR OF THE MIXT.
The Yield of Uold and Silver for tbe
Past Tear-Interesting Statistics
C'oucernlus; the Olnage.
Washinot-n, August 8. Dr. James
P. Kimball, the Director of the Mint,
hes c-mpleted bis r port oa the pro
duction of gold and silver in ths
Uuit'd btst8 during tbe calendar
year 1885. Tne prediction of gold is
estimated at $31,8O0,C0O, an increase
of $1,000,000 over tbe estimate for the
ca'eodaryear 1884. The production
of tilver for the calendar year 1885,
calculated at tbe coining rate in silver
dollars, is estimated st $51,000,000,
against $48,800,000 in 1884, an increase
of $3,200,000. Colorado still retains
the forsmoit place as tbe largest pro
ducer of tbe precious metals, Califor
nia retaining second (oe'ttion. Tbe
most notable changes have been in
Montana and Idabo, the production
of the former naving increased from
$0,000000 in 1884 to nearly $13,500,000
in 1885, and the latter from $3 970,000
in 1884 to $5,300,000 in 1SH5. Neva fa,
New Mexico and Dakoto still bold
their own, while the pioduction of
Arizona has slightly decreased.
Ths coinage daring tbe calendar
year at the coinage miuts consisted of
47 544,521 piecos ol the face value of
$.Vi,il'J(i,8IO. Of this amount 3,002,313
puc s valued st $27,773,012 consisted
of g ild coin, sn-l 21,025,644 pieces val
u d st $28,062,178 of eilv-r coin, the
remainder minor coin. The Dumber
of silver dollars coined during the cal
ends; year 1885 was 28 697,707.
In addition ti the coinage gold and
silvor ha s rf the value of $27,400,005
weie uianufaeturid by the mints and
awwyg otlices during tbe year.
The total value of the bullion and
coin impoi ted into the United Sta'es
during ihe cilendar vear was $41,418,-l-.9,ef
which 18,3.2,000 cona ated of bu'-
lion and $33,0O).120 of coin. Of the
t ital imports $23,645,311 consisted of
gold and $17,772,718 of silver. The
titsl expotts of gold and silver from
the United (States during the rame
y ar was $44,607,740, of which $11,417,
207 was gold and $33,280,542 silver.
While the Unitoct btatei lost hy nit
exuorta ion during the year $155,057,
824 in s lver, it gained 412,228,104 by
net Importation of gold.
The report contains an elaborata
review of the coin circulation of the
United Hta'es. Tbe director's advance
estimate of January 1, 1886, is re
viewed rs well as tbe estimate of his
predecessor. Some errors in still
earlier estimate! have been corrected.
A deduction from the stock of told
coin of $15,009,081 is made for bullion
In the Treaeury, July 1, 1873, hereto
fore included as coin and for an error
in exports of gold co'n. as iepored
fur 1874, f4,e64 714- total ot $20,-
321,605 This, with .e $30,000,000
deducted In bis anm .. fiscal report,
makes a to' at da uct) if $50,324,095
from the estimates d i by his pre
decessor of the i tocV nt gold coin in
the Uniled States. Tin ilirrcUr esti
mates tbe amount of gold coin in the
United States on January 1, 1880, to
have been $533,485,453 ; ot silver dol
lars, $218,250,761; subsidiary siWe ,
$75,034,111, or a total stock ot c;in of
Of the stock of gold co'n the United
8tates Treasury btld over and above
ou'standing gold certificates $75,434,
879. snd tbe national banks $150,353.-
593, including irovury and clearing
house certutcates. Une thousand and
fifty State banks and rust companies
hold fvoverabar 1, 1H85, $31,255,780,
which li ft in ths hands of the peopls
an I other banks $270,441,093. Of ihs
eiivt r dollars which hao bean colnvil
the Unititl St.tei Troisury owns (not
reprefentt'd by s Ivor cnificates) $72,-
538,725, tho Natinrni t a-ike, $1,010,028.
The a mount owntd hy ( rivati indi-
viouals ami oihsr tRiik", includirg
thofl in thi TreaHiiry reprcKont-iii by
certili "a'eoutstar,d ng, was $139,780,
4"S Of tbo iiibiidiaiy silver about
J27,00(,00 1 w?s in the Treasury asd
4( ,l OO.tKHI Olltlinil'tillg.
the D r.'ctor reviews llio CBtimatis
ot mill ciiviila ion by varinift private
an ) imlilit; wiiterg and iilihi.e-i fa ti
and tb'uiei in eu port cf the wurect
lien of Ii;h own es iniBto'.
Tli' mp irt n'to c ntsins st t:Bti' a in
n giird t the c 'n. irnptlon tf i li
p-iCior.H im-'t il-. Circulars were tent
1 1 about s;X)il inilivitlualri i.nd lirnn
w hosn buiiiii'i-H v liim t ) tujip s
Pint th. y eri i o; sttmeis o' g 'Id iind
Hilver in d o inihiHtriul arts, li 'upr nses
were ncived fro.n 43(2 llruis, of
which 2700 irt.vid to t o consuais
Ti o vslno i f t' e go d used hy tho 2700
flrim during the ca'endnr year 18815
wis rep rtnl as follows, miincly: f 10,
837,914 ega'nst $14,500,000 reported by
about the same number of Onus to the
Dr.'itorof tlm Mint in 1884. Of this
amount about $2,800,000 consi-i'ed of
United States com anil a'. out $0 0C0,
OiK) of stamptd I'nit-d Statoj bare.
The fnrnign coin used amounted to
$178,000, and old jewelry ta $819,000,
leavirg onlv $167,000 out of native
giair.s and $559,0i)0 of wire and rolled
p'ate. Tbe silver consumption re
jiortid by the rame firms was $3,470,
01)0, of whi li 1121,010 ronsi-trd of
United Staei coin, $",773,975 of
United States rttlnery bars, $40,000 of
foreign coin and $210,000 of old jewel
ly, plate, etc., leaving only $94,000 of
native grains and about $217,000 of
wire and rolled plate The result of
this inquiry leads the P re tor to t e
conclneion either tbat the consump
tion of gMd and silver intbeindustiial
arts has fallen oil' sine 1883, or that
thf re Is Uss duplication in the returns
than heretofore as between or ginal
and leaondary manufacturers.
Hiarkerel Mad Codflih.
OifCBSTiB, Mass., Angust 8. Sev
eral large fares of fish arrived here to
day from the Orand Banks. Ths
schooner II. B Orillin brings 375,000
poiiudsof codfish, the la-Ktut fare re
ceived here tlus season. The schooner
Orient, from the b.iy, brings 600 bar
rels of mackerel, tbe largest mackerel
fare of the ieS'P. During the past
twenty-four hours a total of l,7i"0,000
pounds of r idtish and 1400 barrela o(
macktrel Irom the bay and 150,000
pounds of hklibut have ariived.
A MOST MBERtL OFFER
Tub Voltaic Bbi.t Co., Marshall,
Mich., oflor to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Eloctrio Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
alillctod with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
The t'fcftnlnnqnn Aanembly.
CHAVTAtlQCA, N. Y., Aiuus 0. Tho
Eev. Dr. ). P. Uiflord. a Baptist pas
tor of Bx-tnn, presetted hire this
mnrnirg rn "Ubriet and the Woman
of Samaria," urging ilut it was the
duty of tho re p'c of ihe eevera' Chriit
ian denominati-'ns to recognio the
eqnality scd rlahts of a'l, to the end
cf tringing unity out of the diversity
ot opinion prevailing. Us alluded to
me tnuiting out ol Lnmrjaos irom
the great Sunday school farad at
Brooklyn aa a modern instance in
keeping with tbe action of the Jews
when tbey refused to have any deal
irgi with tbe Samaritans. About 3000
Seraons were ga'bered in the several
epsrtmentg of tbe Cbau'auqua As
sembly Sahbsth S 'hool this sftern-on.
Ai 4 o'c'ock President Ca'iste. of Wof
ford College, South Caro ins, delivered
an address on "Cbri-tian E.hi s." In
tbe evening the Kev. Dr. Hobbs, of
Louisville, Ky., preached in tbe am
pbithcaUr ALMOST A B10T.
ilornaj MeellK or lite New York
Oatral Labor I'pIob.
Nkw York, August 8 Tbe la t reg
ular meet-ng of the Central Labor
Uniin nnder its exUtiog system held
yea erday afternoon at Clarendon Ila'l
was very lively. The principal change
in the system to go into eff-ct by next
Siir dy will be a division of tbe nnion
iota three atociations. It is believed
tlis will greatly facilitate tbe tra sac
ticn of busioesa. The persmol of the
organizition sill remain as it is Tne
seo'iLiis will conduct rootna mitters
and tte genera1 body will take up only
business of importance. An unujually
Urge number of dob gat's were pres
ent today- The chief quaetion was ihat
of ths d flarences bttwien the Knigh's
of Labor a d the Pronrrsiive Cigar
Maters' Union and tbo position' that
ths Central Union thnuld tske reg tid
ing itiem. A week i go ihe latter body
paited a rts dutioi cxpres ing sym
pa'by with thi I roreKeives. It wes
the inttntion or ti e Knights in the
body to change tho record t':day. Tho
nriiuiiieti began the bitlli, however.
Too German fntwo paiut-irs handed
in a communication a Wining thatibe
Coit-al Un!on should renter ess'3t
ance and fimnci.il aid to the cigar
malrers. The e was uu eici'ei d;scus
sion, and the cornixunicat on wa'
finally laid upon the tilde by a vo e of
183 'o 103. This s said to have beou
one i f tbo larest ballots ever taken in
llisyut itin. 'J h K-i'gl ti becsme very
enthusl stic ai d c'icerid like wild
nun A motion to reconsider the
reso'ution was lmt fir wart of a two
thirds veto. During iU discusiio i ihs
muinbnis worked tin ms Ives up to si
meet wliite hi at, ssveial of them, icp
resenting orpo-inz factions, came to
b'owg, and it 1-okul a' 'no rinao as
though a general riot would occur.
lSft-rdlnff TtmmrA f rRsith. or Wis ffr from
UtrnilUeBi veoniJaar U their Mx, svhttmld try
ThU -Mdlcln eombin-a Iron with pan tnoKUbl
tonioa, ud l lmlul)U for DIimmw pk-uIiu la
Wouino. nd mil who lud wlfintArj Him. Il Fn.
rlrtarn nd Parlnci-i tli Illond, Kllmal-klra
Um Apprlllft, !lrrnlhnn th HIumiIm and
Nrrpi' In f-uit, thoru-ighl Inrliorale.
OIan Ib ooraplaiioo, and nukialln kin -moolli.
Il dM not blaolifis tlia twitb, oauM IwuUohs, m
Smduo oonttipAtlMl all otttm- Iron mdleli do.
I hi. Kt.iiabeth Bum, 74 Fuv-Ul An., Milwo
kM, Vfn., nil, under dil ol Ilw. Wtb. W4:
" 1 bars uwm! Hrimu'i run Bittor. and H naabxnn
nnra than a diMiDor to ma, baritic curud me of th
weaki'iladiaa bare io life. Alwn oniad me of Llr
ar Uomitlaint, and now mj oomplellon la elear aaS
frond. Uaa alao been beneaolal io mf obildren."
Mua, Lomaa O, Rraodoh. Kaat Lookport. 1. T
aaya: ' I bafa uflered nntold mlnery fnun Female
Complaint, and oould ol'taln relief from nothing
leapt Brown'l Iron Bittera." -Oennine
baa abnre Trad Mark and cmeaed red llMC
on wrapper. Tube BO othtir. Madeonljby
BUUWW I IIKMICAL VP., HAI.TIMOHK. Hit-
BILSC I' ESS,
M. C. McLANE'S
I t I tF.ilKA IXIl
BK SURK YOU OKT TUB G1.NUF17S, Te.
iNiuninrfnitii btb madn in St. Louii. Mo.
We rrrHlilly fvromtnraBl
Irnirl thsft rmely
nown to ua tot LfOnorrhirft
Wthave tolrl coaflfttta
We, lid (n mttry cam li
feu given utUULttcn.
AUvtt A LUk
lIudaM. N. Y,
SoM hy DrnfftiUs
forty Years a Snfterer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE I
" FOR POrtTY YK ARS I hava been a Tie
tlm In CATAKHlI-threa-rourthi nf th tiin
s uffrr from KXCKllClATINtf HAINS
Aflltlttd MY FOKKHKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. Th diioharfen wera no od'eniWe
that I herbal to mention it, except lor th
food it mar do aom other luUerer. I ha?
'lnt a young fortune from my eirninri
.inrlna m r.irl-f vear-i of rufferina to ohtAin
relief irom th dootora. I hay tried patent
mdirina weary on i eouid loarn or iroin
. . -1 .L . . I.
ine lour otirne-n oi me eii.u mva uu in-3i.
And AT LAST yean of aire) haT met
with a remedy that haf cured me entirely
made m a new nan. I weithed I'M pound!,
and now weiih Hti. I used thirteen bottlei
of th uiedioin. and th only rrrt I hare
la, that beina in th humble walki of liie I
may nut hart influeno In prerail on all ca
tarrh tufferara to ue what hai cured ma
(iulun's Pioneer Blood Renewer.
' HKNRY CURVES,
" No. 267 Baoond tret, Macon, Ua."
u. ti .. r. . iv. ..ii.. . r v
ove. formerly of Crawford county, now of
macon, III,, mwrita to rnmiwn'-fl di an in
teruled in oatarrh. W. A. iH'FF,
" Ex-Mayor of Macon."
FLESH PROOUCtR &. TONIC
(lulon's Plone er ftlood Renewer.
Curei all Blood and Skin Dlaeana, Rhauma
tinn, Morotala, Old Korea. A perfeot bpriaa
Il not in yourmarkat, it will h forwarded
en reoaipt of pric. bmall bottlaa, II, tare,
Kiity on Blood aad Skin Dlaaajas
A CO ra JEBlCISiE roMPANT.
Eii u M BE5T TONIC
Jr Jr I'nrMlfl l
f WX TO ft I4TiJ
4 if mbm Strtimr.
pi Ht 4lj by tU
DTried in the CciUe.-CTJ
, About twenty years ago I dlacororcd a little sore on my check, and the doctor pro
nounced it cancer. I have tried a number of physiciana, bat without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Among the number were one or two epecialista. The medicine they applied
wak lit fire to tho aore, causing intense pain. I taw a statement in the paper telling what
8. 8. 8. had done for other almilarly afflicted. I procarod tome at once. Before I baa need
the tocond bottle the neighbor could notice that my cancer healing np. My (tencral
bealth had been Dad for two or throe yeara 1 haa a hacking coogn ana epit Oloort contin
ually. I had a eevere pain in mv breaet. After taking aix bottle or 8. S. S. my conch left
me and I grew etouter than I bud boeii for aeveral yeara. My cancer haa healed ovur all hat
a little apol about the size of a half dime, and it la rapidly dlsaiiuvtunni:. I would adviaa
very oue with cancer lo klve 8. b. S. a fair trial.
. ,. . Maa. NANCY J. MoCONAUGUEY, Aaho Grove, Tippecanoe Co., Ind.
Feb. IS, i88S.
Swift 'a Specific la entirely venetanlo, and eeems to core cancera by forcinz out the tmDn
tl from th blood. Treatiaci on Hlood and Skin Iliaeaaea mailed free.
TUK SWIFT SPKCIKIO CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
TONOA ta a product of tho Tonga or Friendly
Inlands, where It has long bceo used as a val-
uanieremeay Dy me nativee.
fvlMvrv8 laacomiioundof Tonga with
WiHj(iAWWl otncr iuKn-dienta w hose cur
ative propertloa have been thoroughly tinted.
ftSwrAfAvYlB 18 taken Internally, and pro--JVVkjvVvt
duces no implifliaiit ofl'ects.
it contains no Opium or morphlnei J n. Paoe. m. i , Vnnderoook, m.
. . FOB BALK BY ALL DRUGOIrJTS. PRICE ONE DOLL IR PER BOTTLE
A. A. MELLIER, Bol Proprietor. 100 and 111 WABULNciuN AVtN'UE. 1ST. I.OUI4
- The copartnership heretofore existing between C H. BRA0KETT and R0BKRT LOCK
n l i 7 disaolved by mutual content C. 11. Bracustt retires from the firm an
Robert Lockwood aaiumet all tha liabilities and collects the lndehtednesa due the firm,
hisnedj C. H. B HACK KIT.
ar In retiring from the Brm, I cordially bespeak for mj successor tha liberal patronage
heretofore extended ths late firm, tiignedl C. 11. BKACKBTT.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
. 'o. S21 Second Street Meuiphlx, Tenn.
aar F ino Stoo lc.-t -atyllssli Turnoutei.K
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Street. : : fflemphis, Tenn
W. A. GAGE t&'CO.
No. SOO Front Street, : Memphis), Tenn
AND DEALER IN
CHIMIN KY TnS,
TILE, FJItE CULT,
353 FRONT STREET
UNDREW 81'EWABT, New Orleana,
WholesaleGrocers, Cot. Factors
HO. 856 AND 858 FRONT STREET, SIEMPIIIS, TENWei
STEWART BROTHERS & COEIFANY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION J3LERCHANT8,
SFW OKLEAN. LO?TTRIrJA
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
AND WHALERS IM
Doors, .NBh, Ullnalp, Dressed Floorlnp, Celllnsr, Weather Boardlnr,
Cypreaua MisiuKies, jaiua, r.ie
i laorina, Cilins, Bidlat, BUp Lumbar and Criiresi Shingles a specialty; also, Framlaj
Lumber of all limaniions. We mak the Wholesale Businasi a special feature. Orders
ollelud and promptly (Had.
GEO. BAYMIM.EB, AGENT,
No. 1S4 Jefferson Street Memphis, Tenneesei
ESI. (OCBa" 5 C?D.
T7Iilemle Groeern, Ootton JPartora 1
Ani CcramfstkR MfirciiantJ, '
232 and 234 Front St, Oenphis, Tezz
nwiia abaii aib iirnnwl? 1
Kr. I. H. BAIN IT d.reUa Ma waola ttroa to tha waUnlna fad sal yf t ottca aairaa U4
n.nar ehara. Cottaii Warahona. a Wajhliitla str-.t.
A. VACOARO, & Co
VnOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nog. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
J. T. f AHAB0N. 0. 0. Hint. A. PARKIR. . h. WOtMU
J. T. FARGASOri & CO.
Ubclesale Grocers & Cotton Facicn,,
Stt Fro&t Street. Mempl&iA. Ten tx.
Oattoa aonslt aad U a) will hara our earefut attaatloa. Wa earrj at all iimt, a U.
aaleeud ataek 01
Stapla & Fancy Grocsries, Wines, Uquortjob &cea & Cgan,
a was wilt ! .w nm .
3767JW80-S82-384-386 Second street, watli oi Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingl-k
alanac. aika, Ctimr roatai rtekcta.
and NERVOUS HEADACHE
Am eonvinopd. Rftm- iMf mv ,. thnfc 1inirnta
DomsMi ducidMl and niarkod cuniuve pronertiaa
m Ithnumntlo NKurnl-ria. ami aim' in Miimmlar Rtuu-
miUMii. Walihu ijLka, M L) , St. Louia. Ma.
Hnre tented TotiOAUJia in aoverfl raae of
ralna. It Uaa aiven mt perfect pitihlactiun.
C. B. OBTRANDr.B, M. D., Fairbory, tH
Jlnve nwd Tonoausr in Nenralcia and Irifltm-
mwuj nuuuouiMhni. w iin tne very Mwt nvnlta.
UAIB anil FlItE BRICK, Ete.
ANDREW D. GWYNNB Man fkh
i isaiHu uv uui)
9f aunfacturerti ef
at. J. Ola k.
mm & oi
K E A l"eS TATE.
No. 4A41, R. D. Chancery Geart of 81-elby
county Caroline Clans et al. vs. Maria
xiaiu v. mt. . .uu lav. uuld " JOQI
Loan, Adm'r, 'o., Ta. Carolina Blani
Y Tirtua ot ao Intarloeutory decree for
sale entered in the aboya eamae on tli.
2th day of July, ltMti, M. B. 64, pat
164, 1 will sell, at publio auction, to th
hiaheat bidder, in front ot the Clerk and
Master's office, eourthouaa of Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Jatnrday, Assaiaat 9D, 1886,
within legal hours, th following; de
scribed property, situated in Taring District
of Bhelby county. Tennessee, to-wit: The)
one-fourth undinded interest of Joseph Bain
in and U the following lots. Tit : One lot of
land being part ot lot 15. block 3D begin
ning at a point 40 feet north of the north
west corner of Linden and Causey streets:
thence north with Causey street 40 feet to a
stake; thence west parallel with Linden,
street 138 leet to Bob Price's line; thenoa
south parallel with Causey street 40 feet to a
stake; tuenoe east parallel wua lunaea
street 133 feet to th beginning. For title to
which reference is made to deed recorded in
book 30, pate 612, of HegiiWr'i office. Also,
one lot lying on th south side of Pontoto
street, between Causey and Hernando streets,
and known as part of lot 4, block 43, front
ing 38 feet on the south sid of Pontotoc
street and running back or south between
two parallel lines 134 leet. For title of which
reference is mad to deed recorded in Regis
ter's office in book 84, page 3ftJ. And also
one other lot, which begins at a stake on th
south sida oi Linden street 54 feet east ot
Causey street; thence east with Linden
street 50 feet thei'ce south at right angles
with Linden strrei 14i 'eft; 'hence west par
allel with l.iDdn street So reet; thoi.ee
north 145 leet to tbe beginning. For tit a of
which reference is had to deed ro-crdea in
Register's office bonk 34, pa-i)378. S it.l fob
jeet (o the right of dowry ol defendant, Ma- .
ria Bain, as assigned her in the third lot
above 'et out.
Terina of Sale One half ?, emli : bal
ance in aix months; not witn good security
for defo'red piyment required; lien re
tained lo tei-ure fx rue, and enuil" of re
demption barr-d This August 3, 1H8-).
H. I. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Muster.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
James Gallagher, Oantt k Patterson and
Poston k Poston, Solicitors.
II K A la ESTATE
No. 5432., R.D. Chmoery Court of Shelby
county State of Tennessee vs. J. . Big
low et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above lause on tha
4th day of January, 18), M. B. 51, page 1, I
wilt sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Mauler's
office, courthouse of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tennessee, on
Hatardajr, Aegnal il, 1880,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in bhelby county, Ten
Lot 14, block 28. fronting fO feet on tha
north aide of Broadway, northeast eorner of
alley east of Sixth street.
Lot 20, block 2D, fronting 45 feet on the east
rideot fixth street, UO fret north of Alabama
streot, lUth ward, byadepth of 1374 leet.
hold as property of IS. F. Cooney and II. B.
Lot 28, block 11, fronting 25 feet on th
south side of Broadway rtreet, southeast
corner of alley east of Second street, loth
ward, bv a depth ot 170 feet
Lot 29, block 11, fronting 25 feet on tha
south sido cf Brondway meet (adjoining lot
28), by a depth of 170 leet.
Lot 9, J. M. Tate's subdivision, fronting 53
leet on the west side nf Wilker-on street,
northweat eorner of Georgia street, by a
deplhof 155 leet. Sold as property of J ana
Lo' 25. Polk's subdivision, 50 feet fronton
the south side of Georgia street, 50 feet west
ot McKinley street, by a depth of 170 feet.
Lots 60 and 61. block 1, A. Wright's subdi
vision, fronting 60 feet on the souti aid of
Georgia street, 90 feet west of Wright's ave
nue, by 157 leet deep.
Terms of Sale On a eredit of six months;
note with security, bearing interest, re
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
This July ?0, lain.
S. I. McDOWBLL, Clerk and Master.
By B. F. Coleman, Deputy 0. and M.
F. H. k C. W. Uelskell. Solicitors.
No. 355, R. Chancery Conrt of Shelby Coun
ty Wm Morrow vs. P. P. Fraim. No.
4524, R. D. II. P. Hobaon, administrator,
etc., vs. M C. Fraim et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above oauae on the
3d day ot July. 1886, entered in M. B. 53,
pages 516 and 538, I will sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, in front ot the
Clerk and Master's office. Court-Uousa of
6helby county, Memphis, Tenn., on
NatnrdHy, AnsraHt 141, 1888.
within legal hours, the following doscribed
property, situated in bhelby oounly, Tennea
Lot 2, of P. P. Fraim s subdivision ol part
of C. L. 47", fronting 50 feet on the north
side of JeS.rson street by a depth ot HS
feot, and hounded on tbe east by bayou Muy
oso. Lot No. 4 i f same subdivision, front
ing abut 110 fret on the north side of alley
jo.it nerth ot lot 2, running back flbr.utiH
ieet, and bounded un the east by said bayou.
A'so, lota 16, 17, lit and 19 f P. P. Fraun'a
subdivision oi lots 4 and 5 and prtof lot 3
of O. L. 491 nil oi said loti Iron lion 50 ieet
on south aide of Monroe street extended,
except 19, which has a depth of 114 feet,
whii-h lots run back to Mrs. S. W. Oamr
bell's lot, ns row inclosed by her fence.
BidHon lots 17, 18 and 19 will comuieaco with
mired bid ot Theo. Hcud.
Terms nf tule Tun per cent, ot purchase
money poid in eauli ; h.ilarce in nix and
twelvemonths: intereit-beiripg notes with
security reuiii'dl; lion ret.'i nd to necure
nunc, nnd ciuity of redemption barred.
TUif July 19. ISMi.
S. I. Mi IiUW EM-, Clerk and Master.
Py 11. F. Wnleh. Deputy 0. and M.
ilnlone & Watson, Taylor Jt Carroll, F.
II. & C. W. He iskeh. Sols.
No. 5130, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tennessee vs. Johanna
Mah:ney et al.
BY virto ot an interlocutory decree for
sale entered in thj above cause ou tha
29th da. of January, 186, M. B. 51, page
i,19, 1 will se 1 at publi ) auction, to the high
est bidder, in front of I he Clerk and Master's
office, oiurthousa oi Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Batni-day, Aaenst 21, 1888
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Shelby county, Tsnn.
East half of lot 54, country lot 496, front,
ing 30 feet on the south side ot Madison st.
210 feet west of Orleans sin et, by a depthof
148H feet Si Id as property ol Johanna Ma
honey and others.
Part of lot 43, block 57, fronting 37 feet on
the west aide of Orleana atreet 63 feet north
of Linden atreet by a depth ot 33 feet. Sold
as property ul th Bluff City B. and L. As
sociation. Lot 5, bloek 54, fronting 3 feet oa the east
side of Ruth street 456 feet south of Vanoa
stn et by a depth of 107S feet. Sold as prop
erty of Samuel J. Scruggs, Mmter Parker
Lot 11, ot Jones subdivision of lots 32 and
33 Dnnn's tract, frontin30 feet on th north
aide of Spring street 150 feet east of Brown
street by a depth on tb west line of 0 feet
and en the east line of 193 feet. Sid aaq
property of Josephin and John Kelly.
Part of blo:k 34, Dunn's subdivision, front
ing 40 feet on the east side of Mansssas street
Ild leet north of DuBose avenue by a depth
of 66 leet. Sold at property ot Robt. Tally
Part block 5, Dunn's subdivision, fronting
35 feet on tbe weat side of Walnut street 2T4
feet south if the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad and running baca l n feet in depth.
Sold an proiert of Joseph Williams.
Part of country lot 493, beginning on tha
south aide of Pigeonrooat road or Cbarleaton
avenue 49 leet from the northeast corner of
lot5 llxrdawivy's subdivision S a-J" W 92 feet
in Court muti thane. S Hi' B 50 feet:
thence N 32" V. 54 feet to the Pigeonrooat road,
north 29- W 50 loot to the beginning, bold as
the proper!? of 11. O'.Neil. .
Part of lut 45, country lot 513, fronting 118
feet on tha weatside of Jor.e avenue north
west corner of a 22-f,et alley north of Brad
ford street, bth ward, by a depth o' 33 feet.
Sold as the property ot Michael Fitigibbon.
Part uf lot 6, Winchester division, front
ing 2i feet on thesruth sid of Bass avenu
290 feet west n Dunlan street, 8th ward, by
a depth of 210 feet. Sold aa the property
of W. F. Baaaiey . , . '
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months:
note bearing interest, with security,' a
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
Thia July 20, 1H6.
S. I. MoDOW ELL, Clerk an Master.
By B. F. Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
F. H. A C. w. Hoi-kell. Solicitors.
laePOKTEIt Jf ATl RI. KFrKtlTEH.
CKXT MINKRaM, WaTKR. FROM
BIRRKSBORN. UHBXCKLLKn roa
FAMILY USE- RECOMMEND HfS9
ED BY THK .
Hl heart Madlral AaHaarlllM.
Sola Agents fbr Memrtiis,
JAUOBI at ti A B It 1 1 1.