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THE CIVIL SERVICE.
Kit. OBERLY IX REPLY TO
Against the Commission by Uepub
..can Senators A Plain State
ment of Facts.
New York, August IS. Civil Service
Commiaeiouer Oberly publishes a long
letter in the Time th;r morning in re
ply to charges made Sainst the cim
mission by ILjjublicaat-enato.'s. The
principal charee which was made
against the commission was contained
in the following remarks madj by
f-'enator Pluim during a debate in the
Senate: "The Sjr.ator troca Con
necticut fays 't::e couinds3ion is doing
its duty, and I am not disposed t-j
dispute iL, but if the cfmmissian is
doing is duty the commission is en
tirely diflcrtnt from what it was i-up-pcsd
to be when enact d. Tho Com
ni'gjioner of Pensions was before the
committea of the Senate some weeks
ago, and bad something to Bay about
the operations of the law. In his
bureau, he said, he had got seventy
six or seventy-Be ven clerss through
the medium cf tho Civil SaivicfJjm
mission, acd of tbose sevauty-one or
seventy-two we;e Dcmicratj that he
knew of, and fce was not positive of
the politics of the other fivu." Then
the Senator adds: "Either he was a
very good guetsar or tho commifsio.i
made a veiy good KUess, or pcrhnpa
tieyboth guerscd well in regid to
the politics of tiese moa or the lw is
somewhere at f.iult."
Senator Ioalls then took t:ie fl or,
and the cliares ma'ie by the distin
guished Seua'cr from KnrsiR wera
tummedgp es follows hi Mr. Oberly:
''Ihe Uivil Service Conimisjioa aa
r.otv ccnfti:uted with a Democratic
majority, bas, by using Democratic
clerks and examiners, CBcertainid tbe
politics nf applicant far the p-sition
of special examiners in tia iVtvi'-.n
Ofiica and, alter obtaining this inform
tion, has lefu-ud to permit Kapubli
cans to pnss iho examinations, but
has passed Democrut', and in this
way ha packed with Dimocra s the
rf g frter of persons eligible for appoint
ment as special examiners, thus giv
ing ti tha Democratic Commissioner
nf Pprmiilnn an nnnn ti..i'ri- t k aclanr
and appoiut Demociatj only. It has
also been cha'ged tli.it, with ttie in
tention of making easy the wo:k of ob
taining Democrats fjr the gr.itU of
special psnsion exam n-r, the
Civil Servic Coiumision ai
now conettu cd with a Demo
cra'ic majority, bas male an ord-r
that in respinse ti every rpquisni'in
for el'gibltu of this grade, the whole
list of eligible shall he certified to the
Djmccratic app tinting otlicer. I; h8
been sttte I iu this lonneciioi tha'.
the Civd S fiv'ca Commisiion a? now
cons itated w th a D m icmtc rnapr
ity certified to tho Democratic Coin
mus'oncr of Pension at one time the
namei of 4 15 p nsonH, wtio hal be-jn
examined fi.r up. cial peos'on exiini
ners, who r,a'l be.m ipxarninet and
rah:d by the cotnmi-s:on and it j
D. inocintiu txamineis aud clerks."
The Commissi mer ihen says: "o
DjmociMt'u S nat:r contradicted the
charges thus ma.lo against the Civil
Service Co .iniuei in, ai now consti
tu'ed with a Diirocratie majority, and
noEo ub ican 'en jtor.btt or informed
than Senatn.s P.urub and Iuga Is, took
issue with tbo-io gsctlpnien. Iu view
of these f n ts the siltenca cf the C.vil
Service Commission, us now rotitti
tuted, with a Dornoratic rnapiity,
coocnjn;i g tie ser.ous charae3 micle
agairst it on tha floor f tho Senn e,
and now hi ing repta ed by the public
prets, hr s been, it appear.", c jntitrued
in'o en a'lmimcn by tbo coiamieaion
of the tiutbf illness of thorn charges;
therefore, a s at ment of ih f ;cisof
this matter i:' submiite I in this p per."
Mr. Ob;rly then staged th.it. "the
appr.iiiiu,ei ts nv.de hy C.)mmij:-ioner
Dudley dniirg tho yiar l.SSi, tvtiicb
weie made under tie civil service
rules es thin administered by a com
missioner, all, cr nenr'y were of
IuPUb!ioaiiP, and that tt:ey numbered
150. AVe:e these Kepublican s; e. ial
exAminers u dai'ly obtained? 'How
could tbev have been? At tftat time
tlis Civl Service Commission was Re
publican in its msj :rit and bone-t,
oh, of course; tho Stcr.'lary cf the In
terior, to whom the coaimi-sion certi
fied the wt o!e el'g'ble Jit for thb
ufi s of the Commissioner of Persions,
was a Republican, and hortesr cf
coins?; the Con mi s oner of Pension",
who selected the. ranus from the htt,
was a Republican, and hones'. of
course; the civil service examiners
who conducted the exarninat oris Hnd
graded all the applicants were all Re
publicans, a'ld bones'. of course;
therefore, is not the conclusion irre
sistible tlat by the processes of the
civil servue ac, nearly, it not an en
tire force of Ri"pnblira special pension
fxaminera wa honestly obtained in
loot, tne mi Presidential year ?
At the clofie of his letter Mr. Oberly
h'.iuib up ins sraiemenis as louowa:
"Now let nie ask what hai been shown
in this paper? Clearly that eiehtv.
nine of the 150 pension eximinera oh
tained by the machinery of the civil
service aut in 184 werechtained from
certificates of the whole list of eligi
bits made hy a Civil Service Cnmmis
eion, Republican in iti majority ; that
tuese eicg.uies were procured by ex
aminations conducted by Republican
civil servue examiners, and that the
great mats, if not all the 150 specinl
txamint-rs lekctrd in that year by the
Republican Commicsiooer of Pensions
were Republicans. What else can be
shown? Certainly that, of the 150
special pensit n examiners selected by
the Democratic Commissioner of Pen
ion in 1885, about savenly-flve of tbe
150 appointed in 1884 were all Rupub
licans, and five of unknown politics.
It has also been shown that of the
special pension examiners . ob
tained , by the Democratic
commissioner of Pensions, fifty one
were obtained from the hots manured
by the Civil Service Commipsion while
;t .nn l;.....io: i I. f 1
is, nni (miliiii. u iu jib mnjoriiy, anu
by Republican civil service examiners
and clerks. The other Democratic
special pension examinerirobtained by
ine jjemocrHun commissioner ot "3n
sions were obta ned, it is true, alter
the Civil Service Commission bad be
come Democratic in its mbjoiity, but
not one oi tne Democratic pension ex
aminers was ever obtained who had
cot been gained by Republican civil
service examiners and whose name
bad not been put upon an eligible reg
ister made by Republican clerks under
the jealous eye ot a careful and com
petent Republican Chii.f Examiner.
And in this connection it may be stat
ed that the Civil Service Commission,
as now constitu ed, with a Democratic
majority, is not refponsib'e for the
practice cf certifying the who'e list of
eligibhs to the appointing .cflicer.
Tr.e practice was commenced by the
Civil Srvic9 Commifsion when it wns
Republican in its majority. Ti e Civil
Service unci ad n was noi Demo
cratic in iiii :ui jor ty nniil af er Gen.
B!ael-,M' (' ti.' sis loner of Pensions,
had rei. c't,i !':( of bis special pension
xanj Ultra end the remaining twpi.ty-
seven special examiners were appoint
ed from tbe eHib!e r g aters, supplied
by examinations conduc ted hy Repub
lican civil se:V:ce examirers; snd
more than this, the C.vil Service Coiti
miesion since it became Demoi ratic in
its majority bas discontinued the
practice of certifying unconditionally
ihe whole list of t.ixibles and Las de
clared that only four names, taken
from amoFg those graduating highest
on eligible regis'er of pennion exami
ner.', shall be certified for the purpose
of filling a vacancy in the grade; that
ceit ticiitiona shall be made for the
purpose of filling vacancies in the
grade of special pension examiner in
the 8Hiue way that certith ationa sr
made to fill vacancies in any ether
class or grade."
FOR 1' SMITH, ARK.
Democratic Mntllirnlion McrllBK
Inlerostlow Bnsrball tiamM.
ICOBRISPONDtSCS or TH irFIAL.l
Fort Smith, Ark , Aucust IS. Tbe
two g?nu b'sebaU contests between
the Webb City (Mo.) nine and the
home club was concluded this after
noon. The home hoys took the hnn
ors, tbe firtt score itandicg 11 to 12,
and the scare of today 4 to 13. Oar
boys aie proud of this vicory, for this
is their third succtsj this Beasm.
Van Buren, Ark., 'cime over last
month and plsyed with thi home club
at Athletic Park, and the latter played
with triumphant snccass. lint Springs
came up lor a tiireu game contest,
which resulted in a victory for ttie
home club, they v.intiing two games
out of thre.
Our biya have goo.l -aufe to rejoicd
in this third Bucce-a. TI19 niues wtiich
lnvecrrssed bats with them are niae
up of excellent pUvers. A gentleman
said this a.'te noon Hint ananeements
were being made with the Memphis
and Springfield ( Mo.) ninei f r a game
with the heme boys at this pltc-j.
ine oung Men s Deniocritic Cluh
will meet tojiij;ht for ttirt purpesi of
indorsit t theccun'v Democia ic ticket
acdorgnnizing a thoroug i canvaos.
A tr.ousitr.d pto;ile vmoesfed tbe
bsseba! I game this altsrooon.
Two Indiins eniiae 1 in a fight on
the reatrve la it nighr, resulting in one
ct them oemg ternary .njiired by a
knife cut. Ilia pi ysiciirs regard his
condition as precarious
ElwiuVhflby einl f mi'y It ft this
morning for Fuyeitvdle, Arlr.
Bets were fiely made todny, two to
one, in favor of the k rt Suadi nine.
Cddet vV.R SaripIu leaves on Fri
day for West Pvint Militaiy Academy.
Why Ihe "Koyr' 1.1 tli Mont.
The improved met' od bv which it
has beeu nude po wibio ta produce
pure creim r f tar'ar, fins uad an im
pnrtunt bearing upon the manufa''-
iuro cf baking powder. Hy
the proce8 1 eretofora tenerally en-
ployed, it has been found imo ss hie to
remove all inipuities,mDiep rt cu'arly
tbetartra eoi liiiif, which greatlv re
mained to Mich an 1 xtm.t mh to impair
the qna i!y of the c.taiu i f taitar, and
to iuteif'.-re te'k.mly with thasirenth
and wholeson.fnei"; of tlie bakirjg
pnwden into which it filtered.
In the new process, wH;l! ih ownsd
by the Eoy.d Baking Powder Com
pany, of ev 1 oik, and excluiively
tmp'oyod in it-t txtnifivo tartnr
vvo'k, the imported crude grape acid
is so treated us to remove oil ves iiM of
ta-trata of limo or thur impuiit;es.
giving a pro luct before unknown -a
chemically pine creim of Uita.'.
ay tne empiovment 01 thw-e ante
rior facilities, tha Royal Uaking Pow
der Compinv bas maJe tne h'oval
Easing Po-vjer, ai tho 1 he-n'ais all
certify, of the high) s pi: sib e degree
of itiergth, "absolut-jiv li'ir-." and
whaletome, and Witn an n!vtavrf uni
form leavening power. It is t r the-e
reasons that ih' Kovhl" nev. r fai's to
ptoiiuca bread, bitcvuf, ckes, e'e ,
that ai'e lght, 6we?t, digesti
ble at-.d whole-ome; tie et
irg of which i-j ntver fol
lovvvd by i -.(iiijtstioo, or any of those
phyt-ical di.sconif i ts ett-'i dai.t upon
the partaking of improp -rly prep net
load. In reiuh r.ng pos itde h-pr i
ducunn of a bikini; powder p its s e l
of thes quaiilicdtioi s, the improved
method of ivtiuing cream f ta tar be
comes at once a umler of nu t r ai im
port.vi,c:j to ihe coli ury or d.
Central TrHlMc Awaorlnf Ion.
Naw Yoi k, AttpitRr !) -The Cen
tral THtlic Asocation held aiio. her
meetir g today. The revised pss'iigi-r
contrpct which ha ! bm n mnd" nee- r
sary by th admis-icm of s-vcra1 email
roads in the sect inn cf country bo
twen Btralo .end. St. Louis, was ap
proved, to g into effect afronce Tho
Cincinnati, Indianapo'if, St. L' u'saud
Chicigo wns Rdmi ted ii.to th'f pool
from Seneia, the adm seion da'irg
from tod(.y. The dillicu ti arising
from the ncont graniing tf speoial
rates by ihe Grand Trunk ti ttie ex
cursion cf Odd Fellows from Chicago
to Boston were smoo hed over, all the
roads being authorized ti make si mi ar
rates in special c es. A sj ecial com
mittee, with ComtiiiFsioner Blanchard
as chairman, was appointed ti con
sider the proposition of enlarging the
scope of the aesocietion.' The com
mittee will meet next Wednesday at
A Valnable Kenaetljr.
Brandroth's Pills have been used by
millions of human beings. Their
sue- e s is founded up m the theory of
reason, and an attentive observation
of symptoms of dideasa. Whaever
makes bad digestion breeds d eease,
and whatever makes gond dgeatiou
cun s dheaee Brandreth's Pilla make
good digestion, purify the blood and
nmove all bad humors out of the
body by the otgans of the storcach
and bowels. They act in harmony
wnh vitil action and work of nutii
tion; the strength increases, the skin
and tbe eye become clear, and the
symptoms of the ma'ady are surely
rendered milder by their use. Tney
are harmless for ail aes and condi
tions. Three Peruana Drowned.
DALr.A.s, Tsr., August 20. Ltte lait
night Mrs. Bach. her little son and
another lady weat to the river to
bathe. When they reached the river
they found a mm pitting on the bank.
and they allowed the little boy to go
in bathing, but did not to in them
selves. The boyeot beyond his denth
when bis mother nlncved in to renr.ue
him. Her struggles were ineffectual,
a' a the man on the bank went to the
rescue of mother and son. He was
also canght by the current and carried
down, all three being drowned before
asr-istance could reach them. The
bodies of Mr;. Beach end her son
were recovered, but that of their
would be rescaer has not vet Wn
1 - - rf
Gold for New York.
Beemkv. August 20 The Nortn
German Lloyd steamship Saale, which
sailed today ftr New York, took ss
part of ber ca-go 1, 000,000 In gold.
ArAnnd the rw-rth, in every land,
By e v :nr mi earn ;hat I'm awarn of.
In ev. ry (.own t:ey understand
Mow --H h rt t f t he taken care' of
F10111 Jt-f-tv flabi oBi-mnh 'smnunt
They Big tne ptaioe of Sozodont.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY
HE HAS FULLY REIDEMIFIEO
Democracy, and U In Full Ac
cord and Affiliation With
Gen. A. M. West, of Holly Springs,
Miss., it will be remembered, tome
weeks ag5 publisved a le:t-r declining
to become a candidate for Congress
against Judue J. O. Morgan, the nom
inee of the Democratic party of the
Sixth Mississippi D:s:rict, in answer to
a call uiads on him by many Demo
crats of Marshall county of promi
ner.ee, character and 'nlluence. This
letter coming to the no'iceof the Hon.
W.8. EskMi1e, an old peisonal frinJ
cf Gen. West, so pleas! him that he
wrote the General expressing Li3
warm approbation of the coutsi he
had purciieJ. In answer ti this letter
Mr. Ekridge received a reply from
Gen. West, which wt s nit intended
by him for publication, but knowing
that bis present political p)sition was
not generally understood bv the peo
ple of Misjies ppi, and faeling that his
letter would explain and show that he
is now in lull accord and efhuat'on
with the D.-mocrat c pirty, Mr. Esk
ridge addres eJ him, a?king permis
sion to publish bis letter. lie yielded
to this rtqVet, aid the letter is given
in full, ss follows:
Sen. Hem Lcller. .
JI01 i.YSi'Bixoa, Miss.; July 29, 18JW.
The Don. W. S. KskriilK:
My Dear Sik. It iswi'h r.o ordi
nary pleesure I acknowledge the re
ceiftof your kind Utter of the2:il
instant. Plcasi afcept my sincere
tbauks for this Liendly nmietnbrance.
I am rej liced to know thnt you ap
prove the sentiiiiHnts of my letter de
clining to run for ConKress. I will
briefly notice your frieudly exprr-s-siot
s of legret that I sovercel my con
nec ion with the Demrcratrc party.
In this and in tt 0 effort to i rauizs
and pnrpe na'e "The Nation! Gie.jn
l ock IVrty" in the South I may have
erred, and a failure to f uc. eed isBtrong
presumptive evtdorcsthit my action
iu these rtp-cts was unwise. It is
obvicui that so far is my pais mal in
terest is couceruedjtlis were ni!s akes,
but personal coneider.itious should
never sway our actions against the pnb-
lic kOnd. Bu' a;ti?r all, the future may
reveal that somi go id was accomplish
ed hy thesi aj'parrtut mifctakne, since
their prime obj eta were to reform pub
lic abuses, recall the people back to
the principles and practices o( the
founders of, tbe (lovemment and re
store to the produiitive induetries a
Irgh and nnimat ng pioi-perhy; iu
deed the genrl diecussion f these
obj-cls gradually weakened the power
of the R' publican pa ty at the North
and I am persuaded coutribu ed to
tho election of Cleveland and Ileu
dricks. But what v- r may havs been
tbe apparent nec- ss ty of a tliir l party
ten yi ars ago, th ro ii r.oi e no. The
two old p.nties are e'rong in uumbera
and resourges and thoroimhly crgau-iz-dss
rival c nte tants for the con
trol f th-s gov riinunt, anl eaoh is
d-termined to ii ve until the other
dies, hex.ee they p s tr!9 the elunents
of long lives and aiteina'e sucfesi.
The policy of (be Ri-pnb i ai party
has been, and Ib rtill stuctly Norti:oru.
It was conceive ! iu sectional aninirsi
lies nnd fo.-tered by hcs'iii) agnations
agair.st the conpitu'ioi!a! Hnd pera nal
lighis tf the itihab;tr:ti cf the South
ern S.ater. It is totay ihor.iigliiy
imbued with everlatitig hatred of" the
representative white people of the
Smith. It i-i fiu ded br tbe decrees of
Wall street and th 70IK) mi'li ra;r.8
their legi-Utive pnlioieH havo p'O
diic'd. T ey have made multiplied
mil ions of poor men, the ricli "avo
grown richer, and the pcor pnoier.
Depletion, insanity end all forms of
cnnio have iucreas.'d. lhy have
sqiirind'-red, on nionopol'e5, Uie pubi c
la dj t ie ber tugs of tha people.
( tliies multiplied, ealaries increv.he.r,
pectlatiO'i rife, and the e'rinda'd ot
nihlicnnd private Hicurality lowered.
It has been to the South tlie ubnrniim
tion of iluFolation." The Democratic
puity is national, ma!nt di:irg the co
equal ri;;lits cf nil thii S :.t!
and a l th-s people-, anil is I 'day
g'a'liMl y illns'rat'iig the r.enius
a :tt the liiitestrnc it'iluy of o:ir free
in tttutioiis. The existing eta'e of
tliirgs in the S mtb d ies mi s natural
ly idenlify the Southern white people
witu tti s pirty, as against tlie Kepnb
lican party, whosts whole policy Iihb
been, to sacr finthe South '11 the other
paits :f the Union, nnd dogr.id i bur
to servile d-pendetrce, and to leg slate
for the few agmnst tha many, and ulti
mately plai.e ihe government in the
bands of a m neyed ariet'Htracy. Tt e
D mocra'ic pi ry is now the only vis
ib'e orgn zed power that can success
fully re-ist the encroachments upon
the rights of the people and maintain
the Union upon the basis of the con
stitution. For these reasons I voted
for Cleveland and Hendricks and
identified mytell with the Demotratic
party, and trust that no future events
will cause ms to regret it.
Again thanking you for your kind
letter, pleaee aicept my neeuranca that
its fiieiidlv sentiments ars heartily re
ciprocated by your friend,
A. M. WEST.
A lleallliy Iloily anil a Clear Head.
If indigestion, constipation and biliousness
tirment the body, the bead cannot be clear.
These disorders react upon the brain most
hurtfully, and. produce a oloadiness in the
organ of thought not experienced by a
healthy man. Happily these brain oppress
ing; maladies may De entirely dispelled by
tiiatpeerloss nl'eraliTe, llostetter's Ktoniaoh
llnters, which cheers, retreshes and lnviito
rates the brain and nerves, while it reeulatos
the organs of ditoition, annimtlation and
bilious secretion. It expels the morbid hu
mors which poison the system through the
bowels and urinary passages, and exerts a
powerful invigorating influence as well. Its
cathartic action is never Irr.Uling, vloleut
or painiui, out even, natural anu progres
sive. As an appetiser and sleep promoter,
the Hitters is unrirnlod; it mitigates the in-flrrutt-ei
of ago, relieves the a.linents pecu
liar to the gentler sex, arrests premature de
cay, and builds up an enfeebled physique.
Fobt Smith, Ark., August 20. The
election f .r Governor of the Chicka
saw Nation is s ill undecided and w II
have to kj to tbe Lejiielature. neither
candidate having a mai-nity 0f all tbe
votes cast. Jonas wolll being the
lowest man is, nnd)r the Chickasaw
law. drooped. This leaves William
Onyand William I. Bird as candidates.
There ate thirty-two votes in the Leg
islature and each of the candidates
will get sixteen, leaving the President,
Gov. Bnmey, the canting vote. Bumpy
will vote frr Bird, hence Bird's elec
tion as Governor of the Chickasaw
Nation is ft'snrcd.
In lb Dear Old Days.
W differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the same on the de
sirableness of a fine head nf hair. If
you mourn the loss of thit blessing
and ornament, a bottler or two of
Parker's ilair Balsam will maker yon
look as yon did in the dear id days.
It is worth tmnR. The only standard
60 cents article for the hair.
For Toilet Use.
Ayer'g Ilair Vigor keeps tho hair soft
and pliant, imparts to it tho lustre and
freshness of youth, causes it to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, qgrvs
all scalp diseases, ana is tne most cleanly
of all hair preparations.
AVFR'Q nair ViSr Rtven me
Ml Lll O perfect Hatisfiht ion. I was
nearly bald for six y'ar, during which
time 1 used many httir prcpiirat iou, tint
without miueoas. -Indeed, wliut little
lmir I Imd, wan growing thinner, until
I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor. I uaod two
bottles of tho Vigor, and uiy head is now
well covered with a new growth of liulr.
Judsou II. Chapel, Peulxxly, Muss.
U AID that has become w-nk, grBy,
nMln and faded, may have new life
and color restored to it by the un of
Ayer's Hulr Vigor. My hair v thin,
fudud, and dry, and fi ll out in huo
quantities. Ayer's lluir Vigor MopuU
the fiilliuR, and restored my li;iir to its
original color. As a dressing f,.r tha
hair, this preparation has no npiul.
Mary N. liammoud, btillwuter, Mum.
Wipnp youth, and hcatitr, in tha
W lUUflj appearauco of tho hair, may
be preserved for an iiuletluitii period ly
the use of Ayer's lluir Vigor. .A dis
ease of the scalp caused my hair to lio
como harsh and dry, and to fall 0114.
freely. Nothing I tried seemed f . j 1
any good until I comineui-ed ivsiurf
Ayor Hair Vigor. Threo bottles of
this preparation restored my hair to a
healthy condition, and It is now soft
nnd pliant. My scalp is cured, and it
Is also free from dandruff.
Mrs. E. It.
Foss, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold by DruggliU ancl.rcrfumen.
Perfect safety, prompt action, nnd
vouderful curative properties, easily
plaeo Ayer's Tills at tho head of the list
eV popular remedies for Sick and Nerv
ous Headaches, Constipation, nnd all ail
ments originating In a disordered Liver.
I have been a creat sufferer from
Headache, and Ayer's Cathartic 1'ilU
are tlio only medicine that lias ever
given me relief. One doso of tin m Pills
will uuicklv move my bowels, ami free
my bend from pain. William 1.. 1'ago,
lili InimllJ V a.
Frepan-il by Ur.J.C. Aver .t Co., I-owoll, Mum,
bold iy an uoaicra iu ut'Uiciiit'. a
W. N. IIALDEBIAN.
PrcsMont nf the Hrent LOUISVlLi' !5 COU-
HiCH-JUliK.XAli uu., tolli rntit
he knows of
Wintcrsmith's Chill Cure.
Or net op Tin Oorsnn-JocRNAU
l.rpo vii.i.K, Kit.
r. Wiiirn tmith. Sir! aii ea rule 1 have
obgnrvoil lot many years, the vnlue of rour
remedy pro mitinK mo to sny, in roply tn
your rrmuit, what I know of yiur Chill
Curo. Iho jrivute Bpsurnn'ifl of its I'llicnoy
1 ha t, nnd the Kod rnaulti t iu eflu u I
hai oborvctt on Mr. b. W. .wfii-ouiLli, vhu,
fur eo.ro than filtno renn.tliail I'oen fc re
man of uiy oQe, icducei ir.t to'IUnt It in
my tumil. Ib(r'alt b-'e.eeen entiie'y
atitl.ietorT. The flmt oimc . if two
Toiirn' (tasdimr, in ithich I Siolirve (Tory
known reiueiy hid tsen trtgd with temiio
rnry rnlicl the chill" roturninR iioriodii-ully
ana with seeminttlv increafed ovrity.
Your cure broke tbom at once, nnd ttoro hn
bcon no recurrence of tbom fur mora thnn
fix month. Tho other cuno whp ot n uiiltlor
form, nnd yielded more rondily to other
romcdio; but the chilln would return p.t in
torvuls until your medicine vtatt uscd. ninco
which time, now several iuonl.hi, thoy lnve
ectirnly diKupnenrod. From tho opportu
nity 1 hnve hnd to imltte, 1 do net licit no to
expruxfl uiy belief tbiit your Chill Curo in
vulunblo speoific, and performs nil you
promise tor it. Koapoctfully,
W. N. J1ALPKMAN.
ARTHUR PETRR Jk CO., Auts, houi-
I 4,. Y :we5 nviuuvrniw
V.'JGH, lUtOH, l'Ul'LTUy,
Ti I'so for ovor '20 yearn hy l'n r:nors,
:iMlt)r?et!;rs. IIoito K. 1'., S
V !;;:! by U. 3. Covornmont,
htiv.in'.yil on Byiltii
I::: jplirevs' .Med. Co.
; Tit OT'o2rTi: an.:
& Cor,,, Mailed Frca.
, t(;J Ttitton 3t
Dt'ifc;lii7, Viic! Weakness,
i'r-oik or olni'r iiinvtt
it litrro M.ll poM.llT. l"' $
Li .iv t urn in pu t p:i nl o.i ruci iptus
, .iUiliilu., loll lulli'a he., k.
BILIC E ESS,
DS. C. McliANE'S
BE Sl;RK YOU GET THE GESUINK, Til
Cuunterfoits are made in bt. LouisMo.
Ttie only nerferrt eubatltutu lor MothsHs
milk, Invalubie Id cholera Infantum
and Teething A pre-digoeted rood for Dyar
peptlce, Consumptive, Convalescent.
Ferreot nutrient Id ell Wasting pMnMa
Reqitlree no oooking. Our nook, Tha Cart)
Bnd feeding; of Infants, mailed rr.
DOUBEB. OUODiXB s CO., Boston. Masa.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire, H'Id.I, Water nal llglitsiliig
rr Buitalile fnr all kinds of buildinss.
Vttr prices end estimates at factory rates,
orII ob or address
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD MF'G CO.,
438 A U0 Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it.,
JlEMPUIS. TENS. .
Ilaadqunrters for Iron Fencri and Cresting,
(j al vuuiied iron o'praice.Xin Koofi ibtuf.
1 . ' i.. - 1 B
') -,vJil n ."ui.v.tiLJI
AUGUST 21, 1880.
Thou-li jvtlnftil an1 wosrine ntmixt horornt
' -In ..ui.vt. iMnitt en tllctiruhl,' iIiiiluh if rn.ut.
o. a tii:ia lVrliiiw mi other illw h-.m w
barn It'.e etlorusut tu-h-tu t and im-ilu-im- tie
this, jUI -U IsM a n-incil) hvtn cniiiMiivt-nd in
fc AC- fvs V.tlii'11 CUKtS KHKUMA
JCV jttWWtlSM, ami is huirlily on
dorM uy many of the LeedinK ftiyitJiaue.
WHAT TVIKV SA, :
"Touamrottodoitutsiiit ii-ii imM n m i'n "
O. O. Ba. iki, M. u. i'i.iri;i. ui
FOll SALK II? AtX DllVtitllSTS.
A. A. MELLIFP. S.ile ri.rirtiT. l(rl
CHEAP BY THE GALLON.
33. O". SElMCnVtESS cfe OO.
LOl'IS HAS Al' KK,
LAZA Rt!S LEVY.
JullN W. COUlIhA'.',
VvM. K AT'.KMIElltiEll,
JAMt.d 8. UODhNSON.
rl)ooiits reoolved in sums of VI and
H-lVa buy and soil tonal Iurettinent Ilnh
trainees, and, tn general, etooute any tiuaboiul business rsuuiriuga sale and resronsthls
a-we Issue drafts. In sum to suit nur.-herp. on all lmrtl or Kurope.
ir We have a oomtnodiuus Vault fur toe
1). V. lUDUGN, rroaldr nt. KWI). tiOl.DSMIUI, YiiO-I'rniiltlmiU
JAY! V.H JTATIUN. ('anhliT.
ft. 1 V . . Jt L'l..!iMl
aw Ann ri.Aa
Doors, Sash, Blinds, loldmg. Lumbar,
Lutli nfl yhinpici, Flooring:, Cellini? and Cedar Posta
L. I'. M LiNb, ul late J. K. (iodwin A t.o.
Cotton Factors &0c
Nn; 1 .Inward's i!o-v, ("or.
FOUNDilV tV MACHINE DKl'T,
aa ,-' ''''ti' ; ! -- -
fi "i '.-!r.
IIJ0N & RAILWAY SUITLY
. .amrnni i
. TIM -a. Btl.Wi' '.'- rj.: y
srrr7;ri'T?ri'c.c-- -t -in j." uiiw.iy
tRuooes.iors In this Inimrtntant to J1IIN V.ANOOL'R.)
asr-Wrtte n" tor inti.rmiilio.i on A TIIIMl to ..It'or l'fi
39 Union St.,
B. WITZHAlfMi Co
TPhoIeaale Dealers' and Pab.ia.lier,
Sola Agenti following
ar A HEW T-0CTAVB
Writ for Oatalnmnaa. Hsva.aSS nnsl
NtllTll, rropr sior.
mr ThcoriTtnershlt) heretofore existing between C II. UKACKETT nd H01IKKT LUCK-
nuwii n mis uay uis.olveu by mutual consent V. II llracxett retires Iroin th firm an
Hubert Loos wood assume ail the liabilities aud oollects tbe indebtedness due the firm,
loignedj . c. II. II HACK K IT.
In retiring from the firm, I oorillnlly bespeak for niy successor the liberal patronage
heretofore extended the 1st firm, jdignedl ti 11. BHACKETT.
Ao, it'll Nccoud Mreet
rPino 8tooU.tn rctsrlllx Turiiout.-u
"n1 e nf InSsninny nhmrasttan a
oiwirlj U tli large riintM. tlitvti TottUAiaaa.
! tu-l m twlient
nt w nut eua Uning wee."
W. W. Biiriji, M. D Hanmao. tn
Tn mvnrilniiin TnwnALtxg saperosOjai all otrsr
so-caUmi ruroomtio mnuntuv."
s. O. V outiun M. D.,Jaitngo, UV.
" Tlsve rlrrn T'lKr.AI.rvj fulr trial uwl (hl. v
the U1 muiu.li 1 Utwtftur (nandfiir Klwuiul imu.'
I B. r. Davu, hturgeciu. Ma
rKICE ONE POIAAR PER BOTTLE.
end 711 WASHIM-.TOX AVKJttTR. ST.
T r.T.1 T 11 TJ f3 .
J. O. HANOWKKKKh,
IMVIti V. It MHiKN,
.U iKS A. ODilKitU,
r. N 1. (101.USMH II,
upward, and Interest allowed on mm Semi'
ls and Securities gcr.erally, iy taxes, apt at
deiosit o; valuables, whiou Is at th servio o
irsu - ntiLJ., hatt.takr.
Isieol J. W. Caldnell a O-
I'nmt nni! I'ninn, Womjittln
AND MACHINE C0MPAPY.
IWUt 174 Adam St., MoiiiiHiii'
(j, ' uml
ijii-nnMiiiMnwiV y,, i,! v,
l: , r.ttt.
DET'T, li'.' and 2S-S Socmid .St.
AVUJ OARI.KR. O. D. MAM t 0.
AMI, dARMtR, O. D. PCABI
MM. ( I.OI UH k WAKBKkT. 1TK1
tO I-l AUK OKUAN.
PIANO FOR !.-
an NHC'illVIi NT,
AVERY GIN CO.
IV. A. NiiiIIiVk I'ut. Separator.
Eagle Ktllie II nllcr (Jlna.
l'lnln 10 Inch (lln. and
Till: KM NTAN DAHD VRKHM.
l'rlre at Kacturr. $100 and UO.
ALLINOX ED (OTION ILKANEKS.
All kjnds nf dins Unpaired. Bpecial
lm-ount to tn Xrade.-
BBI end H:t front wt . !Hmilil, Tena
AND HAUll STABLE,
TVTILL be opened June lit. This not 1
V watering iic is situated six miles
Iron iHtns Furna,-e, on the Nsahkille and
Tusealunss railroad, in Uickman county
Tenn. Usok will meet all trains at Jitns
and will oonvey guastg to springs at rry
Hoard, HO Prr Months Per Day".
Nporlnl Raloa la ramlllra.
We Invite all who wish to spend th most
pleasant seaion of their lives to com to
Deaverdam. especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Good water and pur sir in
II T l D I. KNTO B BRflPi.,
Liverymen, Centrevllle, Tenn.
JjAmtAN, l'rop'r t'entrevill Ilotel.
faKANI hOTKL, AI.I tl HPKINWIg,
" Kockl.ridse Co., Vs. High up in th
Virginia mountains. J'ioturesquesurroand
inKs.extensiveatid beautifully shaded Iswn.
Has, eleclrlo bell, and all modern Improve
ments. Two duily mi. ill, post, telegraph and
express offices on the premises. Table tha
very bot. Luxuriously furnished rooms
suiarh hand of uiunio. Send for UlustratadT
pamphlet, t.harje. moderate. Open for vis
itor. June lMh. H'.irr..- A'um. (Wifcenle
and n.T Wlt.liltStSN.Man'gT.
A mom? tht Xortlicni Lakes
bf H tseonsin, Minnesota and lows, srs hun
dreds ot delighllul idiices whore on can pass
th summer months in unietrest ssdenjoy.
ment, and return home at the end of tha
heated term completely rojuvenated. Each
recurring season brings to Ocnnomowoe,
wauksshs, braver Uiiiu, Kronlenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, Whito Hear, and innn
merahle other charming localities with ro
mantic nam., thousands of our best peopla
whos wiriior hntnes :iro on eithor side ot Ma
Ion and Dixon's line, kleganca and com
fort, at a moderate cost, can he readily ob
tained. A list ol summer homes, wiih all
necessary Informa Un pertaining tliereto, is
being distributed hy the Chioauo, Mn.wao
Iia axil hT. I'aiil IUll. way, and will be cent
free upon amilicati, n by letter to A. V. II.
tarpentor, Ooneral Passetger Agont, Mil
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COl'NTV, K Y.-The excellenc
ot the cuImiio. nnd ni-couiuioilations char-s.-teristin
nf this hotel during the past threa
yean, shall he fully maintained this season.
Kxcursion tlokets to the r-.nngs hy the L.
end N. Hailway are good via Louisville, both
going and reiiirninir, to promcd on first train
f iu'.'i'ciIiiis urr al in I.ouitvillo.
W T. Hit KKW l'r.-'t .1. C. KlNiI.Sor't.
CURTIS & CO,
Kt7 nnd Kl!
affrVCT I fllllC
-" -v-J .y
MAN rr ACTV UK ) 11 Of " Mltj
SAWAND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
Ai- VKITl! KOIl t'ATAI.OaiK. T
'I rnxloc'M Nalo.
UNDKR and by virtue of two certain trust
deeds exn'u'ed tn me, as trustee, duly
recur led in Hook Nn. 117, piunt'l, ami Hong.
No. 117. page i of the lteuiatnr'a nflii4 ol
Shelby county. Tonn., default having been
made ttiercln, I will, n snob trustee, on t
VIoikIhv. AlialiKl llll. I .-
tlurlng losal hours, nn the sonthwnst corner
of Jla'n an t Mn.llnin Mreots, In the cite of
iMciii.ii, tenn., nn such t.usten, sell at
lilllilio niicllon. to the hiuhn.t bidilnr. foe
cash, a certain lot of land, situated iu tha
cily of Mcmplii'i Nholby county, Tenn., he
ginning nn tha north side uf Sprint street
at the southeiist corner nf lot No. Ill ol III
sulid'vliinn nl land formerly owned by Dr.
iMnllev liunn, nnd running thenen westward
wilh Soring street t!0 tent : thnrnn nnnlni.rit
ti feet lo Ihe south line ol lot Nn. 7 nf said
suiiiiivismn : tiienccniiitwaril will) the south
linool said lot Nn. 7 sixty feet to the weat
line of lot No. II: thnnce southward with
Mi west line ' I said lot It ninety foot to th
beginning. Kiinlty of redumption waived I
".iiio,ii o ow .nvi. uui a win sen uuir
as tiuslco. July '2A, IHnl.
II . 111. IV SIMI He, Trmtee,
or rnwdor. Frm
Lfiuga auil uuon a JaVjr
A par'lnl'i 1 iM'plii-il Into each noslrit end
is asroeulile, I'rn-u 511 conti nt I-Uk-sisti
lly uiiiH. registi-red, iMicnits. Circulars Ire.
e lj V llllllS , llriigats' s, (laen, NY.
mt mBnm farts
ii. v, catarrh
Olves Re lof nt CAf"' cirr-COVv'
mco and Cures 1 rVSiII'S ,. J"
.1' ' " '" ' - ' '' .rtl'.l'i I . till I !- , - llll t.
li ir ir-t wt I i-ii I re srn liif rt': j: 1 1 ntaM, f y k1. Iifigiitj
t li; lln-i u' ''Jj,,'';' V I'.il.' Its r-n,log ltra,
"Unite a" Trouser stretcher
Jl W 7 1 "tented In Europe and Unl
h lktiT ItedStalos. Nol atnili In
. .....'.a r.,ra..-i llceleuale(,
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takes ImggliiAf out ol
litiei'N restores pantalnuns to
original shape. Only patented
Strofcher combining sorew rod
in combination witn clamps.
All others infringements.
Original nnd oniy alrctcln-r
W..MI l...l..M ..an II,
Express seouroly packed, rrice 12 fal. U fit
for eiroiilnrs. Asents wanted in evcrv city.
II W S.lrltlS A O . Una dans
li. ii XIKhi or K.
gencr tor ie rnu.ieeg-
i iJ.iinsVr;'.Vk 7
irexsiy ior tlie our
f dot "neration of
the generative or-
Iherc is no
WV,. ' rOfl 1 . v ui-t:,l-nH
k L. TVi-.""' ,sir-j!nent
tV . ......
ty-M I o y .ll ..IICIH 1IIV BUB-
a"'.. ' if tiliuooi' Strcr.ni of
iShv VT.'V J ll V M." II'-It; I I V per
lJLIi,,vi.W'' UliLI i.atts mo- r.ntor
them to healthv action. !' Dot cnn i und
thii with b. ectrle Hell.- a Ivcritaed 'o cu'i
sll Ills f'r'im head to toe. It i formeONh
specific purpose. For clrru'ars civ ir s full
nformHtlioti, niiilroiis I'hcrvci te'"- neli
Co.. 111! tV..l,lritfion t l'vi-.
H Ol JU i SKI'S.
,ipt booh lor
rm : . -VsiiB lif tlsvrucon-
r n.i it oori'i.fi, ii...s of
new-pViers and estimates o the ci.st ot aa-
Tertising. Tlieadvertiserwhowani to irc
one dollar, finds in it lie Informstioi. : re'
quires. while for him who will innut o:
bin drd thonsmd dollars in auvttiiti,i
ichen e isi ndioated whioli will mrei ii
every reu i -etnent, or can b msde to doll
by slight cbanifc- easily arrived at bv corn
ipnmlnnce. One huudred and fllti-thri
editions have been issued. Sent, pixtpau
to sny ad dressier ten cenis. Apply to bl,( .
P. HOWELL A CO., NK.W'Kl'AlKl. AI
VEHTISINU BIJKEAI'.'O Spruce st. (Triute
ne Hon.e Sonnre . Nse rcrh I
nNDEIl and by virtue of s csrtain deed
nf tritir .vcimiia i to inn. as trustee, and
wherein delimit bus bren made, du y re
corded In book 1, pase H'2, "f the Uegls
tor's office of Shelby countv, Tenn., I will,
Or. Miimlny, tllgaal ItHH,
during leg il hotim, on ine southwrnt e. rner
of Main and Madiso itreet, in the city of
Memphis Tann., I nacn irusire, sen at
h.ui, .oi-iion. te (a .hiahest bidder, fnr
cash, a ccrtiln lot c t inil. situat in Shelby
oou' ty. Tenn .sol lueribed as lolinws. to-
It : ; e ng me biithd.h "i i i. . i.- .
W II , 1 1 , ii hilirlslnn. fronting rl leet on
the wss .'dool Suttte street and running
back et lieteen parallel lines snd strighl
nsles lo s id treat teelio so aiiey, snu
rii g -.line In n J drsrriOrd in above men
liuicil tru.l deed ,'H'iy ot redemjiiioi
waivil; t 'It- hi or-. I in be rnwi, hut 1 will
oulyo n eva-ir i ' ' at,ia.
i . r . i rut lev.
rm. I. fli.. m Philadelphia
. ikt Advor
INlnir A - of Momra.
N. W. AVER CIN, ouruiu.uti!vr