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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. 1886.
TflE CEICAG9 ANiRCHISFS
THE CLOSING ADDRESS FOB THE
Commenced by State's Attorney Grin
ell-The tireat Trial Bapidlj
NearUf a Close.
Chicaoo. III. Arjeua1: 18. Capt.
Black in his cloeing addreBS to the
jury on bebalt of the defendants, re-
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newea ins argument uut is iua nnw
had not shown who bad thrown the
bomb, the defendants could not be
held for the crime charged in the
present indic'meot. Capr. Black
clojed his argument shortly before
noon, when tne court adjourned for
Toward the close of his speech Capt.
B ack became very violent in His re
marks, directed at the police, arid what
- appeared to be a defeuseof socialism.
Cart. Black concluded his address
Gentlimin Thece are the last
words for those eight lives. They are
' in your bands with no power to whom
; you are answerable but God and his
tory, and I cay to you. inclosing only
' the words of that divine socialist: "As
' ye would that others should do to
; you, do ye even to to tnem.
The knowledge that State's At'
toinev Grinnell would begin the clos
ing address in the Anarchist trial upon
the assembling ot court in tne aiter
noon had a tremerfdous effect upon
the Duolic. llalf an hour before Judge
Gary tock his sta. the four officers on
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duty at tne mam entrance oi lueurim
nai Court building, were obliged to
cloee the doors, so great was the pres
sure from the outdue. The thousand
or more persons then striving for ad
mission were informed that tne court
room wa? already packed to its
utmost. Several prominent lawyere,
who had watched the progress
of the trial from its beginning were
atemlv retimed adxisnon by toe ex
asperated doorkeeper, and even one
- or two belated reporters wnom tney
knew perfectly well were forced to u?e
strategy to gain entrance. For the
fir t time during tne progress ci tne
trial the galleries of the c urtrootu
were opened and they were almost in
stantly packed. It was some moments
before Judgd Gary could secure the
quiet from the audience which be baa
all along demanded. Then Mr. Grin
nell stepped in front cf the Judge's
'bench and said: "iuay it pieaaetne
Cr.ntt. gentlemen of the iury. I
shall have ti aek your great indul
gence as I approach this part
of my du'y in which there is
no pleasure to me, in humility and in
tear; Humility, in view oi tne import
ance of the interests which ere placed,
in a measure, in mv charge, and that
the lemlt may in some wsy depend
upon me for that I may leave undone,
or unsaid s-mtthing that should be
raid. Therefore I shall need your
careful consideration, which I know
you will accord me."
Mr. Grinnell devoted the first part
of his address to comparing the de
fendants to revolutionists . celebrated
inhiBory. "Why," he said, ''these
men have been compared-to George
WaaLiiiir'on. Then, gentlemen, let
these defendants be laken out of this
co rtroom and crowned with gar
lands." A littie further on Mr. Grinnell die
cus3ed tue question of free speech and
referred tJ John Stewart Mill's advo
cacy of that right, while, however, he
declared that a person wai directly
responsible fr whatever unlawful
effects might r3suit ironi his utter
ances. The bearing of the defendants, which
bad grown somewhat confident duricg
the addresses of Mr. Foster aud Capt.
Black, charged visibly before Mr.
Grinnell bad spoken a dozen sentences.
From Spies to Engel the line waa one
of pale iacea and anxious demeanor.
Their evidences of anxiety incressad
when Mr. Grinnell, impressing upon
the jury the great importance of the
case, said: "When the bomb
exploded in the bay market, the
sound of that explosion reached
all around the world. After enlarging
upon this point the State's Attorney
explained to the jury tbe nature of the
indictment against tbe defendants and
tbe penalty which the law allowed
them to impose. The indictment was
for murder, aud the penalty could be
a sentence ti the State penitentiary
foraoy number of years over fourteen,
or the extreme penalty of death.
While the indictment specified tbe
murder of one man, it covered the
murder of sevea police officers. If
the jury acquitted the defendants that
acquitted them of the murder of ail
these men. The State had no appeal,
' and no one of the defendants could be
again indicted and tried for any of ihe
o Senses covered in the prdaent indict
ment. The defendants could appeal,
however, and this Bla'e of things
made it incumbent upon the jury to
uee due deliberation in arriving at
The State's Attorney next turned
his attention to some portions of Capt
Black's sdd:csj. He was particularly
emphatic in his reference to Capt.
Black's sthtement to the jury that it
was their prerogative to ignore if they
cheso the instructions of the Court in
weighing the evidence. "That r
mark," declared the State's Attorney,
"is the most extraordinary illustration
of what constitutes fiee speech that
we have bad here. In no other coun
try would a lawyer expect such a dec
laration to be listened to. Gent'emen,
it is the province of the Court to in
struct you up -m the law. B afore you
conclude to disregard these instruc
tions let me aik you to hesitat", pauBO,
canfciderl" Mr. Grinnell devoted con
siderable time to illustrations relating
to conspiracy, and to the gnilt borne
by persons who enconrage or advice
others to commit crimes.
Mr. Grinnell's language on thjs
point was practically the tame used
by him in opening the case for the
State and is illustrated by the course
taken by the prosecution throughout
the pt ogress of the trial. When mur
ders resulted through a conspiracy, he
said, or in a crowd where the im
mediate perpetrator of the crime could
not be identified, all who could be
identified with a plan or purpose to
commit the crime were equally guilty
" and C3nld be convicted. If the case
which the attorneys for the dofense
had endeavored to establish should
prevail, no anarchist could ever
be convicted in this country.
This was because anarchists were
autonsmons; each member for
himself. If these men were ac
quitted, the H'JOO anarchists in
this country were safe to propa
gite their doctrines by whatever
means were to their liking. Mr.
Grinnell disclaimed any desire to in
tere.it or afnus the jury, but wished,
he caid, to place the farts of the case
plainly befoie them.
He criticistd a number of remarks
made by Capt. Blpck, who, be caid,
was eloquent and rhetorical for the
sake of posterity, arc! proceeded to cor
rect him on several points with appar
ent auccets. Be said 'that th argu
ments mrde by tha lawyers for ths
delew e indicated that they. like their
clients, were autonomous and, ha
added, ridicu'ouB. tie believed tnst
the verdict which the lory would
bring in this case would be one that
lie could band down to his children
with pride if anarchy spared them.
Ooc. in the course of his add reef,
Mr. Grinnell took occasion to say tha".
Mr.Jngham's address for the State
was a monument of oratory, wntcn
was unanswerable This had been
openly acknowledged by one of tbe
attorneys in the case, when the court
nad adjourned on that day.
Capt. Black Grinnell. that sta'e
mentis outrageous. Such a remark
was certainly r ever made by me ncr
any of my associates.
The other counsel for the defence
objected and denied that they had
thna complimented Mr. Iocham.
Mr. Giinnell continued, saying he
was oniy paying ma associate m ujiu
pliment. A moment later a simi'ar remark
was made by the State's Attorney and
resu'ted in a tensation in the court.
Some one in the crowded room ap
plauded vigorously. The Court or
dered that the person or persons
making tbe disturbance be Instantly
ejected. The bailiff could not locate
the parties and the State's Attorney
moved that the entire audience be re
moved. He would prefer, he said, to
speak only to the jury.
Capt. B ack eeconded the motion,
but tbe Couit, after severely repri
manding the audience, said npon a
recurrence cf the disturbance that
section of the room in which tbe dis
turbance took place would be cum
marily cleared. There was plainly lo
be felt a strong under current of ex
citement running through the audi
ence, and the impreeeive declaration of
the State's Attorney appeared to
stradily increase it.
The Court having announced that
be deeirsd to consult with the attor
neys fir both pidrts aftr-r adjournment,
when Cap. Black rrsa at 4 o'clock to
note an exception to .Mr. Grinnell's de
nomination of thn defendants as "aesaF
einators." The State's Attorney pro
posed au adjournment then aa he had
been interrupted, .so the court ad
journed, Mr. Giinnell to conclude in
NEW COMPLICATIONS IN THE PO
Col. Ford Determined to Hake Ihe
Race for Treasurer A Sad
laraoiAii to tbi ipriit..l
Helena, Ark , August 18. Con
trary to tbe expectations of the men
composing the justly celebrated gum
elastic Democratic Committee who so
tiummarily eqnelcued a portion of the
regular and formally nominated nomi
nees of the Dtmocratic party, compli
cations have arisn that may possibly
prevent theecdsof their tiado being
accomplished. Col. E. M. Ford, the
present incumbent, Democratic Treas
urer of the county, and who was con
sidered so formidable that no one
could be found to oppose him before
the Damociatic primaries, emphjti
caliy refuses to abide by the arbitrary
action of tne camraittae and will ap
peal to the citizens of the evinty to
eubtaiu him in his position. Deceive
protects are being made by tlie lend
ing Democra's of the county, and
unless the corauiiltfio reconsider the
matter and place him and W. H.
Burner back, it is hard 1 1 foretell what
the result will be. One thing is cer
thin, that en overwhelming majority
of them bit:eily condemn the action
of the committee and will make every
exertion coueittent to tee him re
elected. Henry Smith, a hard working, in
dustrious man, of coneideiable prop
erty, living n-iar Pine City, went, out
squinel huntinj; yesterday and had re
turned borne. He was s'andiug on
his doorsteps talking to bis li'tle girl,
with the butt of the gun resting on a
step above. By tome means the gun
slipped off of tho step and the ham
mer hitting caSid it to diecharge its
rontaiits into his f jrohead killing him
JACKSON, TENS. ,
The Mystery of Mrs. J. P. Woolen's
Death Cleared TJp.
l8riCUL TO Till APPIAL.1
Jackson, Tknn.. August 18. Mrs. J.
P. Wooten, who died at ber home, in
this city, on the Oth instant, suddenly
and underjpeculiar circumBtancep, lias
caused considerable talk during the
pis', week in Jackson society. Ic waa
believed all tho time by Mr. Wooten
that his wile was poiacned by a negro
woman who lived on tho piece L;st
Saturday the body of Mrs. Wooten
was disinterred, and Dia. tenner and
Caitme l removed the s'.omaeh and
sent it to Mr. J. C. Wharton, chemist,
at Nashville, to te analyzed. T .day
Mr. Wooten received a cl spatch from
the chemist that his wife had been
poisoned with btrychnine, which was
found in her s oinnch. Considerable
exi'i'enif-nt prevails throughout the
city, and serious trouble is expected
tonight, as it is boldly proclaimed by
good citizens that this female devil
should dangle at the end of a rope be
foie morning.' It baa just been de
veloped that tbissame negrecshaa
caused the death ot several other of
our tit zns by poison. Some of our
befit citizens are endeavoring to keen
down mob violence, and are insisting
that the law ehould take its couise.
niNSonrl Ileuioeratic Contention.
St. Louis. Mo.. Aueust 18. The
Democratic Convention to nominate
one Judge of the Supreme Court, one
Railroad Cominipsiouer, and a Super
intendent of Public InstrnctioD, met
in Music Hall of the Exposition liui'd
ing at 11 o'clock this morning. Dr. D.
P. Shields, Chairman of the State Cen
tral Committee, called the convention
to order, and after making a few re
marks introduced Ex Gov. John S.
Phelps as temporary chairman and
named William Filzgerald, of St.
Louis, as secretary. Gov. Pbelps made
a brief speech on taking the chair
and was followed by Seuator Vest.
The regular committees were ap
pointed and the convention adjourned
until tomorrow morning. ,'
Onr Baby's first Tear."
by Marion Harland, wilh other valua
ble information; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stamp.
Address Reed 4 Carnrick, Mercantile
Exchange Building, New York City.
Deal Is of a Noted Inventor.
New Havkm, Oomn., August 18.
Eli Whitney Biake, inventor of the
Blake Stone Crusher, and a nephew of
Eli Whitney, inventor of the cotton
gin, died today aged 91 years.
Around the earth, in every land,
By every stream that I'm aware of,
In every town they understand
How teeth may bet be taken care of
Vinm Jtrsoy flats to Birmah's mount
Thi-y sxg the praieeof Sozodont.
THE KMQHTS TEHPL1R.
THE TRIENNIAL CONCLAVE AT
Preparations for tbe Great Event
Approaching Completion Aecoui
modatlons for Visitors.
f t. Louis, Mo., August 18. Prepara
tions f.lP thtt DtabI l.lannial nntana
Knights Templar, which is fo be held
Here next month, are rapidly ap
proaching completion, and will ba as
complete and satitfactory as it is pos
sible t make them. No hing will he
overlooked that will contribute to the
comfort and pleasure of the visitors.
Tbe vice chairman of the General
Committee reports that he already
has positive advices that 30,000
Knights Templar, accompanied by
20,0u0 members and their families,,
will be here, and that fully 100,000
other persons will be present to wit
ness and share in the great demon
stration. The reports which have
gone abroad that there will be
lack of accommodation for tbe great
crowd are entirely erroneous.
Good quaiters will be provided for
everybody who desires to come. Ac
commodations already at the com
mand of the committee are more than
ample to meet present demands, and
they can be almoet indefinitely ex
tended. The management of the union
depot are arranging to entirely clear
their yprds and tracks from Tenth to
Twenty-first streets c f freight cars dur
ing conclave week, and that space
allotted to passenger trains. Already
space has been assigned for 1E0 parlor,
and d.ning tars chartered by com
manderies, a' d to be ccoupied by
them duiicg their stay heie. An in
d finite number of cara can be given
space in the same way, aud the prob
abilities are that sleeping cara
will cccupy tbe tracks for
several miles and he run in and out
of the depbt grounds at tho pleasure of
their occupant-i. A special police
guard will be placfd over these cara
by tbe railroad company. The order
of the Eastern Star, which holds the
same relations to tbe Masonic fraternity
that Daughters of Rebecca do to Odd
Fellows, will hold its annnal conven
tion during conclave week, and
preparations are being made to give
its lady members a fine entertainment
during their stay here.
Complaints Agalnat the Itallroada
Tne Hooker-Barkadale I)U-
ISMOUL TO THFC APPliL.l
Jackson, Mies., August 18. The
railroad commissioners have cited the
officers of the Vickeborg and Meridian
Ri!rcad Company to appear on tbe
2(1 h, and those of the Illinois Central
on the 30th inetant, fo consider there
vision and reduction of their tan lis on
freights. This action is based upon
numerous complaints filed with the
commission from parties on tbe lines of
these roads. Tbeee complaints aiise
from the fact that in caees where re
bates and special raits have heretofore
been given by fie roads they have
withdrawn the Eame anl adopted the
maximum ra rs fixed by the commis
sion, thny Icing prohibited by law
lrorn making discriminations. Tno
commission have leaned au order
requiring ' the Gulf and Ship
ldland Railroad Company to file their
bond lor the lease o( the peniteuttaty
on or b;fora the 20;h of October next
or forfeit their riht to the leas?. The
Attorney General is directed to have
the contract for said lea'e prepared by
the 20th ins'ant.
Col. Hooker's friends here are "rcat-
ly ela'ed at the reports they have re
ceived relative to the joint discusiiun
between Messrs. Hooker and Barks
dale at Fayette on Monday lapt, pndat
the popular sentimei't in Hooker's
tavor that is reDoited from Jellerson
and Lincoln counties.
Heavy Failure at Boston.
Bobtoh, Mass . August 18. Samuel
R. Pa son to-day made an assignment
to Samuel Johnson, of Hovey & Co.
Ttie announcement of this assignment
caused great snri riao, as Pajson bad
been considered as one of the wealth
iest men in Boston. His financial dif
ficulty, it is stated, has benn ciustd
by iudoraement of paper of the Indian
Orchard Mills, which are virtually
owned by himself aud family. William
Gray, jr., whoso dead body wis found
this morning, was treasurer of the
mill, and Ptysou's assignment is the
natural consequencs cf Gray's heavy
definition. Mr. Pay so a is a nun of
the highest Btatiding, aud his difficul
ties elicit sympathy tr-im eveiy quar
ter, and it is thonght by ra iny that
they will prove only of a temporary
Payson has submitted bis raiina
tion as president of the City Natijnal
Bank, and it will be acted upon
by the diree'o:s at a meeting tomor
row. His liabilities are estimated at
about 1350,000. Payson slated this
morning that he thought he IihJ
amp e funds to pay every cent of his
indebtedness in full, but bis a lliii retire
in such condition that his property
could not be realized upon at a decent
valun at forced sale, so ho believed it
for the best interest of everyone to
make an assignment. The failure is
due to shrinkage in shares of the In
dian Orchard mills. Payson was a
large owner in the Hallowell Manu
facturing Company, of Hallowell, Me.
Made an Amlitnment.
Baitimorb, Md Augmt 18. An
drew E. Warner, manufacturer of sil
ver wara and jewelry, made an ssiign
ment today ti C. E. Wilcox for the
benefit of his creditors. The bond of
the trns'es is $30.000.
A MOST LIBERAL OFFKKl
Tub Voltaic Bslt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bklts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
An Alroelom Crime.
Bbi'ssxls, Aug. 15. An extraordi
nary experiment, unprecedented in
judicial annals, was gone through here
Jeeterday at tbe HoRpitnl do Saint
nan, in connection with the ewe
of fie wouia-i cut in pieces
by tbe midwife, Rodok-t, and
her lover. Mas'inelier. As I
have already sent you, tbe former,
who denies the accusation, tried to
throw discredit on Masquelier's con
fession by stating be was physically
incapable of cutting up a body in the
manner described by himRelf. In con
sequence Mafqneller was requested by
Ihe authorities to cat up at Ihe
llosnilal de Saint Jean ti:e body of a
dead woman lying there fordiseciioo.
Masquelier absented, and tbe experi-
mefct took place yesterday before the
judges and arowd of medical authori
ties. Maaqnelier was at tint very
much upeet, bnt recovering from his
emotion ha tok up a kitchen knife
and chepped the legs, arms ai d bead
of the dead body exactly as he had de
scribed. The terrible operation lasted
twertyflve m'mits srd filled tbe
witnesses with hoiror, while convinc
ing the Judges of the accuracy of Mas
The Old Mar Stable Totally De
stroyed by Fire.
laracub to tub trriii,.!
Ahbkdein, Miss., Angnet 18. Last
night at 10 o'c'ock a lire broke out in
the Star Stable and in less that ten
minutes It was enveloped completely
in flames. It was a lare brick struc
ture worth $8000 a"d only inaured for
f 2000. A. A. Posy & Bro., tho les
sees, had an insurance of JtKXX) on
their stock, the most of which was
saved, and their lots on their stock
wi 1 reach about $1000. Their entire
supply of provender was uninsured
and was a total loss. Tbe Star Stable
was one of Aberdeen's old land marks
having been built in 18)7. At one
time it looked as if J. M. Brasriold's
tore, the Southern Express office, the
engine house and the Mayor's office
would be sure to born, and nothing
but the heroic efforts of the fire com
panies saved them and prevented a
The First Sign
Of fulling health, whether In the form ot
Klglit Sweata and Xcrvouinuas, or In a
sense of General Wcaruicta and Lota of
Appetite, should suggest tne nseof Ayerf
Sursapurilla. This preparation is most
effective for giving tone and atrengtb
to the enfeebled syntoin, promoting tbf
digestion and axalmiltlun of food, roator
Ing the nervous forcra to tlnlr norma)
condition, and for purifying, enriching,
and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years ago my health began to fall.
I was troubled with a distroinlnjj Cough,
Night Sweats, Wcakneaa, and Nervous
ness. I tried various remedies proscribed
by different physicians, but becaino to
weak that I could not co up atnlra with
out stopping to rest. My friends recom
mended me to try Ayer's SarHiiparllla,
which I did, aud 1 am now as healthy and
strong aa ever. Mrs. K. L. Wllliauis,
I have used Ayer'a Snrsnparilla, In my
family, for Scrofula, and know, If It a
taken faithfully, that It will thoroughly
eradicato this terrible disease. I have also
prescribed it as a tonic, as well as nil alter
ative, aud must any thnt I honestly believe
It to be the best blood nii'dleino ever
compounded. W. F. Fowler, D. 1). 6.,
M. D., Greenville, Teuu.
It would be Impossible for me to de
scribe what I suffered from Indigestion
and Headache up to tho time 1 bcjriin
taking Ayer'a Snnmpnrllla. I wns under
the cure of various phys'cinns and tried
a grent ninny kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more then to- .ornry re
lief. After taking Ayer's Snrenparllla for
a short time, my lienlnelio uisiippeitred,
and my stonmch p' -formed ! ; duties more
perfectly. To-day niy heitltli is com
uletelv rmtortd. JCiuv lliii'lcv. tftu'lnir-
I have been greatly benefited by tho
prompt use of Ayers Sursuptu'illii. It
tones and invJtnrutue Iherystcni, l eculntes
the action of the digestive and iissliullittlvo
orpins, and vl: illes the blond. It. Is,
without doubt, tho most reliable blood
purifier yet discovered. B. 1). Johnson,
33 Atlantic nvc, lirooklyn, N. V.
Pioyiau by Pr. J. C. A yer fc Co., T.nwoll, if MS.
PriraVli six bottli-s, Sit.
Virginia Military Institute,
IiEXIA'U IO.V, VA..
LS In fall and mecossful operation iinil sup
n lifts its finlnrueil course of .v"teinntio
in"ruetion at a cot much below that of in
miiuuons of like fcrml in this ouumry. For
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ACID IRON EARTH
la an aqneons solution of tho
able matter In at mlnsraj oartk
found in Choctaw county, Ala.,
near the famous nindon mineral
print. Title earth had great lo
cal celebrity ae " llORere' Rarth.n
from the name of the discoverer
of tbe bed or mine, now owned by
the Acid Iron l.nrth Company, of
For Dypcpwln,nll deraiif etnent
of the lllfestlve Orgnue and Ihe
Liver, Skin Dleeaaee, Cute, Burns,
Scalds and Hruleee. ACID IRON
E ATI I'll Is a epeclfle. Itbenrasv
(lam and other cbronle diseases
yield to Its curative power wltha
Entirely Irs from Alcohol or any drug what
STr, ACID IRON EASTH fully dMsrrtt tha
words smbraood In In (Ndtmark, "RATUBTf
OWN FEM6DV." tea fres painuhlel, la ba
had of all Druggtils.
At Wholenale hj u Vlcet& Ca.
Thnnrh patnral and wmrlnc almost bernni)
' lunnco, a ws an uiciinti.iuuwiw. 11 irt'ai
ji time. Pcrhai no other rtbcaw lias an
baffled the effort of aMent-e and timltciiKi na
this, but st last s rt'tutsly tiasNken diseoveretl in
VAVWVV,T1sM, and is hoartily en
dorsed by many of tho Leading Physicians.
WHAT THEY SA . !
"TOitOALXKB la doing U Ihnt is rlrtiiu.. H will dn
U. O. StirtuT. M 1., Cutnll, 1U.
FOR SALE l'.V ALL DKI'lidlSTS.
A. A. MELUEQ. s-t. Vro.-t too .
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33. J". 8EMMES c& OO.
a Kl ItUfUT U V M V 11 T
John w. cochran",
Ai' I'ltui tr nrnif nr.iii
JAM 1S ti. HOBINSON,
oar Deiiosits rsseired In tnma ol 91 and upward, and Interest allowed on lams semi
srWt buy and tell looal Investment Bonds and Securities isnorally, pay tasei, actai
trustees, ana, in general, exsouie any onanotai oupioeii rsquinus ai iuu raiiuuiuiv
rf'Xhiminm i1rr). In inwii ta anil nnrchaflara. nn all ttarts of Burone.
oar We have a oommndious Vault for the deposit ot taluablei, whioh It at the terrlot e
our oustomers, rree oi marge.
D. P. UAU)N. PreslilonU EWI. (J0LOSM11U, Ylce-rreslrtent.
JAMRN HATH AN. ('aHhler.
O aa-iin ii i .,., r..- )l'-ll;ltlll1ir.,...yfu.tyiu.. ma.Jjsr pi
AW AID rLAaiSO-HIlX, BATT.TABD,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Latb and Shiuglen, Flooring, Cellini; and Cedar Posts,
L. 1). MULI.ltJti, oi late J. K. GoJwtu Jt fo. JAS. yONOK, lata of J. W. Oaldweil A Ot
MULLIHS & YONGB,
Cotton Factors Commission ierchania
i Si.'H-ard'fi Row, Cor. Front ami t'nion, McniphU
B. WITZMAiMTs Co
Wholesale Dealer) aud Publlaher,
Bole Aienta fellowlni Hrtt-Clait Inatrnmentat
PIAJTOS-."""11 AC?i"X?i;ZZL$(i-9KAaa V
illtfll A 7Mal(VOS MAM I I IS, I.WtajH aa'wAJIBjUl, CM1
1MXJKJ tf rmm VAUU UOTTAUK OHWA1,
axr A HBV7 T-0CTAVB PIANO FOR BIM.-taa
Wrlt fur rntMlt)inn. Mrx.aaa tatitl aa WF.rOKJW WTM HVMrnw
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPT,
. . 4..W
Mow-muia. ar.-i' v ,
v a ....
Clrlat. Mllln'V1"'; ''
a... ....... t--JiaiJ.
IKON & RAILWAY SUITLY DEPT. mid 28 Second Ht.
(Buraessors In this lomrtmanl tn JtlllN MANOOUE.)
esrWrlta n for Information nn ANV 'I HI NH m wlf-T lina .
The copartnershii. heretofore oxlstlns between O II. II It AUK KTT and HODKKT LOCK
WOOD is tbia day disiulved by mutiiiil ommont 0. II ltraoXott reliros frmn tbe (nil an
Kobart Looltwood assumes all tbe liabilities and oollo?U the indebtoilnrns due the firm.
Isie-nod 0. II. BRACK KTT.
sr In retlrlnt from the Arm. I cordially bespeak fur my suooessor the liberal pittrimais
borotofurs extended the late Srin. Ibianedl C. II. llKACKKXT.
LIVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE,
No, U31 Seooutl Mrcct Mfiiiplil, Teiin.
ar PI xi e Btook.ti irHtyllaili Tumoutaj.te
W. A. H.H1TII, rroprlelor.
T ,. j 7 C , 1 Fl .-iii-w:'..V,' .ai
39 Union St., Taemphis, Tcrni.
I "Had a of tnflusBuaorr tthMtmtttsn at
naartv tut ui. .up juua la.ra ixiHMauj -r
W-UJgr lu patiaul la out and dullia Waal"
W. W. Baxna, M. D. Banaua, VX,
M In my nrlnloa TnMoauvt snpofseaal all othaf
eo-oailatl rbauinatta mitMiilMa.
B. O. WottauiM, M. D, Maraturo. Bl
" rtux ein Tohoujks a fan- trial and thina H
tho boat rainodjr 1 bavaarar foutullur KhauuutiM...
I B. r. Dans. StaniiHin. M
rniCE OWE DOIiaB FEB BUTTLK.
-.1 hi WAsniMiTDS avenvf. rr in"i
J. (. HANDWRKKKH,
DAVID V. MAHliKN,
J AM KM A. OMIIKltD,
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
Kioto 174 Adams 8t., Memphlr
Q'' Bur Iroi
-i . . . .
I B I I L' I
" " . . a.
AVEIIY G1JN CO.
IV. A. NiiiltU'B l'at. Nepnralor.
llpse llnllor (linn.
riuln 10-Inch (Jin, and
CRN STANDARD I'HKNH.
Faotory. 100 and HO.
ALLISOX hEtl) COTTON CLEANERS.
ST All kinds of Ulns Repaired. Bpeclal
Iliioount to tbe Trade. -
301 arnit SJWII Front Ht , Wmfhla, Tewei
WILL be epened Jus 1st. This aotaA
waterlnr-piaos is situated afi Biles
from JEtns Farnsee, on tha Nashrilla and
?usealooaa railroad, in liickman eonnty
enn. tiaek will meat all trains at tna
and etll eonrty guests to spriest at a Terr
Board, Sa Per Mesttk t tl Per Day".
hpeelMl Kaleaj ! raanlllea.
We Invite all who wish to spend tbe most
pleasant teaton ot their lives to eome to
Beaverdntn, enpeoially seekers of pleasure
and health, tlood water and pure air la
I.irerrmen, CentreTllle, Tens.
-?i K--V AlJlr?r'.'l pen trrJUe Hotel.
(jilt It MO I I I.. Alt." BPHlMtiS.
" Hockbridse Co., Va. High up in the
Virsinia mountains. Fictareaiiue surround
insa.eitettsiveand beautitullyahaded lawn.
Oaa, electric bell,, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily mails, post, Ulesrai.hand
eiprena offices on the premises, fable the
Tory best. Luiuriouily furnished rooms I
suierb band of muiio. Send for illustrated
tiamphlet. Charget moderate. Open for Tla.
itors, June 15th. Watrrt: Alum. CkolyhfaH
and w.t,a.. R. T. W ll.KI SO.ManTaT.
AnioiiR the Northern Lakeo
of Wiseonsln, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun-'
dreds of dellfbtiul plaoea whete one ean pass
the summer months in quiet reit and enjoy
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term eostpletely rejuvenated. Each
recurring season bringa to Ooonomowoo,
Waukesha, Hearer Dam, Frontenae, Oko
bojl, Minnetooka, Whit Dear, and Innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantie names, thousands of our best people
whose winter hemes arson either side of Ma
son and Dlion's Una. Kleganoe and com
fort, at a moderate colt, oan be readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, with all
neeestary informs ion pertaining thereto, ia
being distributed by the Chioiuc), Vll.wio
isa and Ht. Paul Kaii.wat, and will be sent
free upon applioatUn by letter to A. V. II.
Carpenter, General Passat ger Agent, Mil
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY.-The eicelleno
of the cuitine, and aocotniuodations char
a'teritlo of this holel during the past three
-ears, shall be fully maintained this season.
Kicursion ticket to the 8prings by the la.
and N. Hallway are good ria liuutsville, both
going and returning, to proceed on Drat train
tmrrecding arrival in Louisville.
W T.HKANT. I'-e-'t. .1. ('. KtVl. Pm.'t.
CURTiS k CO.
SAWANO PLANiMQ MiLL SUPPLIES
J-VHITH! lX)n CATALOtil K. tt
NPKR and by vlitue of two certain trust
deeds nxexulod to mo. aa iTustea. dulv
reoor led in Uook No. 117, nagaiUl. and Rouk
JMn. 117, pnge Zi of the Keirlntnr s ollloe of
Bhnliiy oounty. Tonn,, dofault having been
made thnrnin, I will, as such truxtcn, on ,
Momlny, AiiKiiNt SO, I
during legiit hours, on the southwest corner
of Mitln and Madison Rtroots, in the city of
Memphis, Tenn., ss su.'h tiustee. sell at
ptiblio auction. o tho lii;hort tiiil.ler. for
oiii.Ii, ii cor tn In lot of liin.l, situnlod u tha
city of Mumiitiih, ibolliy ouunty, 'lenn., be
ginning (in the north side of Spring street
al the soutlicnnt oorncr of lot No. 10 of the
sulidirinion of land formerly owned by I)r,
hwWn lunn, and runningthenon woHlward
with Si.rlng stroot (ill locti thniica nortbwar.l
Ml loot lo tha south line ol lot No. 7 of said
subdivision tlienoeeitnloitrd with the south
lino ot sitid lot No. 7 siity loet to the west
lino of lot Nn. 11; thonca southward with
the west line of snid lot II ninety (eel to the
beginning. Kiiulty ol redemption waivodi
title Minved to b good, but I will sell only
as iruiiico. July i.
II. HKNSDOHP, Trmlee.
Cream Hal m
(Jives Do lof at
once and Cures
C0I.1) In IIEAI
or Powder. Frm
from I n I u rl on
Drugs and (JAon
A particle is nt..licd Into each nostril and
Is agreeable. Trice V) eents at Ilrusglstsi
Ily iini'l, rogintrred, iKIoentK, Circulars free.
K LYJllttlS. , Uruggis's, Qwego. N. Y.
M, UNUhVLLOPED FAHTS
1M' ItK IM HJN J ! i Y KM. lUia.li, IM i I ItU'HI
S I . liTiNni, ' .;. I i,; ";ll. A It- lllaflliil
,"-tp,"l"" 'r'"" ' ' . . r L 1 'J'"'", ' ""''"7lb
- .'."J.," I,,'! 11 ' ;' ''"'t'"
tli.ri.... ii, . i.'T'r l" ! I l 'fjf
r. t a. tl. I ,t, iKri.M i.tfj'lHi.ril'-'.lAM.nt HM"VHk
fT.a Mai.i u .lt' 'r"r -iiJM-iiltii,' 1'
"Lontlcti" Trouser stretcher
f 7 I'atonled in httrooe and Unt-
t mini eiltf4M foroelebrnte
John lliiuiilton A Co. iHtrxIch'
rr. Takes linitKliiir out ot
kiira rof.t"res pantaloons to
..ngin.il sluipe. Only pitculcd
Stretcher cotuliiuing screw rod
in coiiihlnntiou wlili clamps.
All others intrinvements.
Original and mly alrelflig
for .iillrmrii'ii naf. B
Ks press seourely pa.ikcd. Prloe ti UK Write
for oiroul'irs. AtrentH wnnte-l In every city.
W t. NIMNOISH Ar if , H"t"II.TII
. Ibis HKLT or Ha.
gan.'r tor it made eg-
. pro. inly lor the cure
Vl degeneration ol
me generative or-
,tV.' rOH' .W mistake at
. y-r- .rtruuient
inere is no
. - . -- - riTUUIOIIt III. I.OH-
a v ' m ill w
them to healthr action. Do not oontoua.)
this with tleotrio lie lis advertised to curt
all Ills from head to toe. It ii for the ON a
speoille purpose. Fur circulars giving full
Co.. Ml Whin
n for mat Hud, adtlrsM Choeter h.txitrif
if) tvtrnnt. l!hlr
rartlstng. The advertiser who wants tospen
one uuiiar. uuui in i. .M.v. ..-
quires, while lor him who will invest ot
nunureu tbousanil dollars in au.arii.iua.i
sohen.u 1st ndlcateil whioh will meeti'
every riu..'mont, or oan ba mads to don
by sIlKQt ouanute easily arrivou i , ov m
spondenoe. line hundred and Sfty-tnit.
editions have boon issued. Bynt, postpalt.
to any address Inr ten cents. Apply to Ubt.
. ROWKLU in.. Bseorarir
ERTtSlNtl BUKKAU.lOrtpraoeat. (Print
e rloaie .--iioanii. p.. ior.-i t
TTNDKlt and by virtue of a certain deed
I J r trmt aiacutail to ma. aa trustee, and
wherein default has been made, duly re
corded In bo. k ll!f, pass Wi, of the Regis
ter's office of Shelby cunty, Tenn.. t will,
tie, Muuilny, Amciiat 3l. IHH,
during legal hours, on me southwest corner
of Main and Madisa treets. in the city ol
Memphis, Tenu.. s unoh trustee, sell at
pubiio auction, to U (higbeH bidder, rir
cash, a certin lot c 1 !snd. situate in helby
oounty, Tenn and tcribed as tola pw, to
wit: I'oing the no r 1 1 halt of lot No. 49 of
II W. Hill s subdivision, fronting 1 feet on
the west side ol Suntte street and running
back weitbetwoon parallel lines and at right
angles to ssid ftroot 1IH lect to an alley, and
being same lnnJ detcribed in above men
tioned trust iloe.1. h.tuity ci J""y"
waived) t.tlo believed to be good, out! will
onlyoonvoy as mmce
j uiy , i--.
BtVfZ VAAWla,'ur auUturtsed ageaC