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MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1886.
THE ARKANSAS CAMTASS.
CANDIDATES AT PINE
The Ulinulu Democratic Cotmntioi
Helena, Art, August 20. At an
early hnartbia morning tbe -colored
people fiom tbe suriounding conutry
lipgiin to arrive to b in atioiidane at
tbi! Bpeaiinjiof tbe Gubernatorial can
didate". Judge GrepR, the Ilepublicao
nomine, spoke first, and then was
followed by Gov. allnjihes. Tbe
speeches bv both tentlemen were
above the average and replete with in
ioimalion. Bsto aentlemeu left this
afternoon for Jonesboro, where they
Till OUBKBKATOEIAL CANDIDATE AT
Israelii. TO THK ATMiiL I
Tin Bi.cfp. Abk.. Attaint 26. Gov.
IIiktCoi aud Judge Ureif, candidates
lor Governor, niaoe spi'ecbee here last
niht. Gov. Hughes mrde a terrific
airAiKtiment cf I.epubluan abosea
while they autre in powor. Judge
Green appiarfd at a ureal difftdvant-
ae. hi he was on the dr t-'nttve anu
bad to palliate and excuse the Gov
ern' r'e charges as bwt lie could.
Urrrklnrldur Krnn.iilaaa.led by Ac-
C III IIIMI lull,
., i .. i : mifi..
K.B Umrt ".Vw 'notninaUd to
tuuwhr R.rU.i.at onbv thePem-
ociata of the Second District,
.SrKiMiKiKUi, III, Aujrust 20. The
Democratic IState Couventiou was
lalicd to order nt noon by the lion.
Alfred Orndorll, Cliainuan of tbo
rJtn'e Ontriil Commit'ee.
The Hon. James W. Duncan waa
uimod as temporary cliairmsn.
, Mr. Duncan In hie speech gave nn
(jiinlilied praine to tLe adminietration
f President C'evelaod.
The convention hall was liberally
pupplied with circulars elgncd by tbe
Kitcutive Committee of the fstato
Labor Ateacia'lon, ssking for a reso
lution abollHhing prison contract labor.
After appointing a Committee on
Credentials the tonvention adjonrned
to 2 o'clock.
The convention met nt 3 o'clock p.m.
Tho Committee on Permanent Organ
ization nnwonleda report recommend
ing that tbe temporary organiiittion bft
uimle permanent, wnicn waa sgreea 10
I .1 M A..1.
ominniiuiiD ooiiik aitaii iu uiuci,
the Han. (leorgo 0. Anderson, of
Uuinnv. was nlaced In nomination for
Mate 'rresurer by II. J. F. Kicker, of
Tbeio beiog no further names pro
posed, the nomination wis made by
Gen. Josne Phillips, of Montgomery
comity, presented tbe name of Prof.
. T. V Ult. ol i.auari. lor euporinienu
nt of Public Instruction, uudhe waa
Alter the nominations had been
made, and while awaiting the report
of the Committee on Ilesolnliona.
Messrs. Itleker and Oldt were intro-
dncd to tho convention. They brief
lyexpreoBod thanks for the nomina
tions conferred upon them, and prom
ised to exert thomnolvea to the utmost
In Amur the election of the ticket..
('ongresHtuan Lawler spoke briofly
to a qutHtlon of iirivileue, and then
the Committee on Kw.olutioos report
ed t!io platform, which wtis adopted
unanimously and without debate.
The nliitform declares in favor of a
reduction of the prosent uojunt tariff
to a revenue una b, buu ijuanuy m
dorees the action of these Deinocratla
u'prtwentattvos In CotigreBS who wore
faithful to the cause of tariff reform.
It fnvore a llnnnclsl policy in which
iruld and silver coin and paper cur
rency, convertible into coin on de
mand, ehall cormtltule the circulating
medium, ntid that tho Burplus in the
National Treasury should be applied
in payment of the national publiu
debt ; bevond that large accumulation
iu the Treasury beyond tbe proper
neceaeities of tiie puuiiu service ehall
not occur, thus asaurinu liom'Ht and
economical government, and relieving
the people from unnecessary and op
presiive tnxa ion.
i 13 . ... Ikf.,,.. A......u Oi!
VtKAnil liAt un. 1111 n., kll(tinv mv.
TI.e Ke publican Hln'e Convention met
main soon alter H o'clock tins morn-
nig and is now rll jcting a permanent
organization. There promisoi to be a
Unlit over the adoption of tho platform,
Kwlv yea'c'day evening the Commit'
tee on Resolutions met for work. A
litres part of their wotk whb done with
iintlilllo delay. However, the tem
perance i)U(stiou cauetd n delay in
D.eir prccedirga. A prohibition
plank was offered, and the committee
diet osied the quottion without inter-
in-s-ioii nntll 2 o'clock Ibis morning
without liavirg s ttled tie iU0Miou.
At So clt ik the omniittue nuain ac-
iptnb'ed aud reniuied tbo tight. It is
pi'iibnb'i) thfct a couiprouiiHe will be
ellec ed in the cominittee, which will
renit in the tight lining transferred to
tiie ll:ortl Ui cjnvt ntion.
Austin Dluir. of J edition, was an
tuunnc I hb Pfrnmnint chalrmnn, end
DAO'.el 1. Cioeemitu a periusnent sec
I'yrns G. Luce wta iioin'uated for
(iovinmr by acclamation by a rising
ami npioarioiis vote.
lainee A. Mi Donald, of Karanaha,
win n?minattd by aiclamation for
L i utenant Govtrnor.
Tne tii ket was cniip'ttediw follows:
Gil K Osiuun, Seeietary of flate;
i.'i'g3 L. Ma ti.T'ieasu'er: Henry 11
Apliu, Auditor; Mobcb Taggart, Ab
tn.ncv Gtneial; Riwcia D. I'ix, Conv
niisioner ol Land Oilice: Joseph
Ki'niircok, Snpeiiiiteiident ol Public
lu. tiiKUon; h. K Uabrork, for mem-
her o! llm Stite Uul of Kdiication,
'I lie platform wrs adopted, after
w Im ti tl.e lonvent on adiouined. The
a o' n'siik is n follows:
li e liet'iiblican oaitv Uvor the in,
t.'l,iK-nt oiKHiiinitbu cf labor for such
. wonliy pnrp.iSas as mutual education
and lor the protect. on of their inter-
i s's in all tlr.iigx telKt ug to their wel.
fare and tbe iiiJiiKtrial' welfare of the
c ii'itry, and we favor the eniictment
il Hit and nationil laws providing
for Uie sattlcinunt of contr jyerries be
tween emi.lovtri and employes by
uietl.oJs of volnntaiy arbitrAtion or
bv thee tatiliehmeat cf conrtiof con-
filiktitia which will avoid tbo was'e
:ind 1 si at d ill feelirL' resulting fiom
rikB end lockouts end tho urual
burden and expenre of litigation. We
me orpowd to Uie inrtncr imponauon
of Chinese Ubor into this country or
any other foreign labrrera under tho
tontriict s b em. and we favor any plan
for tliH relief of free labor from the
viimpitidou of ci-nvii't labor which
1ojs tin', impose upon free labor a
crea'er exnst se of suupoiting convicts
In Idleness or u?o'c6 labor, and we
favor the adoption of laws providing
for the protection of workers in our
mines and omer naznruous caning",
for the reeu'ation of tho labor of chil
dren, and for each other measures as
will sustain and improve the material
and eocial welfare ol our industrial
population. We are r arnestlr opposed
to the doctrine of tbe to called an-
archUt, and we believe in tbe most
perfect protection to eacn ana every
frails of all his personal efforts to earn
an honest livelihood.
I'anble Is turret Compromise.
Ai.tiANDRiA. V'a.. Almost 20. The
Pemocia'ic Uopg-esfiona! Convention
alter an all day and all night tession
ai'jonnied at 6 odor mis morning
after tskiim 205 ballots witbont rpsult.
All eflcrteto make the Hon. J. ft. Bar
bour tbe candidate f.iled, m did alro
elloiU to effect a compromise. The
candidates held conferences bat coald
come to do agreement, and in diNpair
an adjournment sine die was Mined
by a cloee vote, after the adoption of
a resolution maorung uie auimuiB-ra
HAKRif hcro. Pa , August 20. Tbe
rrohibltlon convention was called to
order at 10 o'clock this morning.
Resolutions were read, reciting mat
information bad been received of tbe
owning of a drinking saloon in the
National llomeior Disabled Uoldierf,
at Peyton, O., pronouncing the open
ing of euch a place to be a wrong to
tbe old soldiers, and calling npon tbe
superintendent and managers of the
Homo to close tne saioon auu p'omjci
the inmates from the baneful influ
ence of drink.
The liev. Geo. H. Hocker, a colored
nri'Bclmr from Washington, sa'd the
samestato of affairs, as cornpluinud of
ft the Dayton U-i. -t 1U,,,
h. v . ftnJ at tbu Homo at tel..
o . ...
Tne resolutions weto adopted.
thousand dollars was raited to
no the rimtiaiirn.
Al'er the reading and adoption of
the platform, Wolfe wna nominamd for
Governor by acclamation, a. a.
Bnrker was nomiualed lor Lientpnant
Governor by aoclamatlon. CharlcH T.
liawlev, ol Lackawanna, wat norui
niitod for Auditor (ieneral; John '.
Kmery, of Lawrence, for Secretary of
Internal Affairs, and the I lev. J. M.
Puliner, colored, forCongrefs at Lare,
(JEUMAS IN CANADA.
A lnarlsl una Thrifty I'orllnu
of the JDouilulon Popnlatlon
Montreal OatiMc It is lo Ontario wo
must look for tbe bulk oi our Gorman
nnnn ation. In that movince ttie
earliest German tettlors can hardly be
id to have "come in witb tbe on
(lueror." Not conquest, Indeed, tint
defeat occasioned the timoly and wel
come gift to the wildornees of Western
Canada of what a century ago it most
needed taut is, men to till too
t ot tne untnrio ioai was w o h
waa mrtnnnta in at. me irinmDiiani
Hons of Llbertv" could not find it In
their froedom lovina htarta to tolerate
the Tories who had remained loyal to
tlinlrKlnir. h or. start n a at K ruHton
and moving westward along the shores
of Bay Quinte, and so, in the course
of time, over the whole of the rich
province ofjthelfutnre, thediepoBeesed
Loyalists gradually occupied tnir
adonted countrv till in a geuetn'ion
tney were etrnng enougu w ugni iur
It wltn tneir old Kinsmon ami iocs.
A mom? them there was a conaldera
b'e continuent of Germane eonie of
them veteran soldierv. others the de
scendantsof settlers in New Ttork ami
Pennsylvania : others Teutonlzed llii'
unenots from New lloeholle; others.
aualn. descendants of the peisocu'ec
Palatines who - Had been planted in
Ireland bv Oueon Anue. Tho origi
nal settlement ol 1784 wne Increased
bv aubBenurnt accessions. In the be'
f , .. ! L
liming oi uie present cmiwrv u uuui-
lor oi mennonnes neiuuu in ii menu-i,
and a few vears later a German com
pany in Pennsylvania bongbt 4Fi,0()0
acres in tne same townsnin,
That they have multiplied is evident
from tho last census of the dittricts of
North and South Waterloo, which
ihows that in the former, of a total
f INlllOil nn hub than
15.567 are German: while in the latter
8.811 out of 21.764 are of the eame ex
traction, it lsi numerous in omnr
dlstriclB they are still considerable,
TakHn altouuther. there Is no nioie in'
dnatriouB. inventive, enterprising anu
t . n ' . .. i
thrifty class of oltiisena, and as the
Sneneerfett indicate1, tney nave noi
neglected in Canada those artiatio
taste, and especially that genius for
music, which, In the o'd world, are
I UiilSll, , iji v v. T I
amoug the beat known characteristic
ot the race.
ESHLISH AND FRENCH DRAMA,
The IXBerence Between Art i
Artlata la IB Two ('oQUtrlea,
r( winff Bar: The French drama Jif-
fers from the Knalleh altogether, ia
liBtute and in essence. The less you
change your scene, tho bettor a play
suits the French inettr.ct aud their fa
voti'e theories of unity. The more
vou thanao it in reason, subject to ob
v ons necessities, tne better it taiuea
with the Knglieb instinct, bo it bad or
Oor old nlnvs prove that for ns.
the old French nlava prove tho oppo
sits fur tHm. 77i JUvnlt of Into years
has never failed comparatively epeaK
inn. but once, lust recently, when in
Bcenea were transpoesd and unified to
suit this new and absolutely imaginary
and aititicinl rule of construction, ia
deference to a supposed demand of the
public, who nroveu tuoir view
of the matter bv Mopping away
French rules are one thing, bu
gllsb another; and an English
drama bv French rule is apt to be
hybrid and a bore, f wie time ago
one ol the most able and distinguished
of living literary Englishmen was
Bitting bv me, an old friend, in the
stall". The plav before us was beau
tifully constructed. The furniture
wb perfi ct and undisturbed by rode
change or the frivolities of human
passion, which require it occasionally.
After an act he said to me: "Plays
ate not half so well put together as
they used to be; they never change
1 have often thought what a loeaon
that should be ti the people who
"know all about it" ; for the speaker
there is no breach of decornm in say
ing so was the Lord Chief Justice.
His Ib a literary judgment to which
personally I should not be 111 content
to appsal. But, poor man, he ia only
a public, after all, and knows nothing
abont it. He has got to be told.
National Baptlal Coaveatloa.
St. Lot-ib, Mo., August 24,-The
morning seeslon of the National
Bapiitt Convention waa occupied in
the reading and discussion ol a pa
per on "Baptist Statistics" by the Kev.
K. De B iptiete, of Kvanston, 1,1.
Tin wasting diseases of Infants and
children are by no means confined to
an insufficient supply of food. Tbe
trouble is that the food Is Injudicious
ly selected, and the limited digfBtive
power of the child is nnkble to as
similate it. Mollin's food, when pre-
f tared according to the directions,
orms the best substitute for mother's
milk that has ever been pro luced.
U AT WOOD COUNTY DEMO
Tbe Hon. F. P. Bond Unanimously
Iadorsed for Congre 88 and Dele
gates Iustrncte d Accordingly.
Bbownviuk, Tkns., AOgtlHt 20.
Tbe Dmiocratic Convention of Hay
wood c.-iunty met here today and ap
pointed delegates to the CoDgreatioi.al
The following rr solntons were nnan-
ninnal a.lnntarl ViV thA rrtflVftntinn !
llcmilvtd, by Vie Drmocracy oj tiayv.xiou
rv.i..i.i im t,iin AixrmUrd. That I
the delegation from ihis couu y to the
Congressional Convention, to ne held
in Brownsville, Ten" , on the 8th of
Setitember next, bo and are hereby
lnatrnc'eatu can iiaywoou uuuinv d
vote for her distinguisbed son, the
Hop. F. P. Bond, as long ai h's name
is before the convention, and nse an
honorable means to secure bis nom
liemked. lhat in presenting him to
tne democracy oi our siB er, couohob,
skins for h in the honorable position
of Congressman, we indorse him m a
man ol ability eminent, oi eloquence
extiaordinary.of c urege knightly and
ceneroiiB. ol craraeter spotless ana, in
t'erot'on to Democra-ic principles, a
ti u 1 ari( t.
JCteoleid, 'Itiat the iJemrcracy oi
Ilavwcod couutv. in convention es-
sembled. indome and ra'ify the nom
ination of the Hon. Kobert L. Taylor
for Governor of Tennessee, and we nn-
mnliliedly rlodgo thesond Democratic
unnnort cf the couutv.
Jtetolvfil, lhat the p'attorm adopted
by the Stute Democracy in the Nash
ville convention of August 11, 18S0,
has the indorsement, hearty aud un
qualified, of the Democracy of tho
On motion the convention ad
turned. Hob Tnylor for Uovernor anil Ales.
(Jitiupueii lor lounrfM.--Isi-inuL
tu tub arpiAi,.!
Jackson. Tk.nn.. Auuust 20. A big
barbecue was mven yesterday at Len-
mark, this county, for the benefit of
the Confederate monument now being
placed in Court Square, this city.
About 17000 wai raised. The different
candidates f irConsreM and the Leg'H
la'ure all made speeches. Gen. Alex.
W. Campbell, who is a candidate lor
Congress and Madison count) 's mo-t
Illustrious son, made a monumental
speech which bronght tears to tbe
eyes of many preeent. It was a speech
that made a deen impression and will
be lmitt remembered by all who heaid
it. It Is) due to Gen. Campbell to Bay
that he is Maditon county s first choice
to represent the Kighih District in tbe
Fiftieth Congress oi the united Btatee,
and he will carry the county over-
whelmlnalv in the primary. Septem
ber 25th. The cry here Is "Bob Tay
lor for Governor and Alex, campDeii
CPAS TREE OF AMERICA
Death I.nrklnK In the follnge or
New Yobk, August 24. The deadly
ai'authus must go from New"iork if
tho Board of Health carries out its
presaut intention, arrived at on the
strength ol eotne very vigorous repre
sentations made to them by persons
who claim to bs sullerers from the ex
halations of tho beautiful tree, which
has of In'e years become ono of the
commonest of ornamental shade treis
of the city. The first ailanthus treis
in Now York were planted eome fifty
......... ...m In II.. I wrai t 1 ,1 f I, ami
they now have full poteessicu of that
neighborhood, having been largely
Planted there, and also Having spread
spontaneously. In others parts of the
citv thev are less abnndant. At the
headquarters ol the Hoard ol ileaita
today an expeit said, in making
a formal complaint as to the trees near
"Few people know bow poisonous
is the pollen that falls from tbe tree
during July and August. It is the
cause of no end of sickness every sum
mer. Any number of cares of alleged
malaria are simply ailanthus poison
ing. No vegetation will thrive in the
shade of a tree. The amoll of the flow
ers makes many sick, and disgusts
everybody. Invalids are powerfully
affected br it."
The same irentleman said that, being
an intimate friend of ex-l'iosident
Arthur, when he read of his relapse
after his beneficial drives in tbe park,
he went to see if there were not ailan
thus trees near the ex President's
house. He fonnd a large number of
them in the ne'ghborhood, and three
In tbe back yard. Ho urged the dan
ger of this sort of vegetation npon Mr.
Arthur, and attributed much of hie
improvement at New London to hie
removal from the deadly atmosphere
which tbo trees create. The Brooklyn
health authorities some time ego took
action agninst the ailanthus. but this
i . , , . i 1 . i ... . : . . L. - ... .
IB lue urm ciiiuihi aiienuuii it nan re
ceived in New York, although Dr. LJ-
son, the president ol the board, eaya
its deleterious effects are undoubted,
and have been frequently complained
(lermaa Evangelical 8 j noil.
Buffalo, N.' Y August SC. Tea
second day's seesion of the German
Evangelical Svnod was well attended,
The liev. C. L. Bchild read the report
of tbe remimirv Committee. Au ad
ditional theological profeeBor la urged
for the St. Louis Beminary. A change
in the seminary course is also sug
gested, requiring a five years' conre
in uie nounnary ai viiicpku umoro iuo
irradoate can teach, and three years
more at the St, Louis euminsry before
be can preach. The treasurer's report
gives a Muttering account of the condi
tion of the bnancea.
Mr. A leveland on Tempernnre.
Kew York .Sim: The temperance
people of the Union, and they seom all
the time to be increasing in both num
bers and itea'. will rei-nce to know
that tbe voung and beautiful mistress
of the White Honse is on their side.
Kecently Mrs. Crow, a lady of Vir
ginia, begged ol Mrs. Cleveland an
opinion as tt tho propriety of a
woman's signing the temperance
pledge. The President's wife promptly
replied from the White House, under
date of August l-'th, iu this brief and
Kmcctivs Missies, Wshisotos
Mri. A. M. Crow :
Tho subject to which you refer and
ask ray advice is one in wiiicii your
own conscience must dictate tbe wisest
course (or yourself to pursue. You
have better opportunities for knowing
liow you can do the moat good, and, it
AAuma t a ... , I. , Y. a 1 1 . 1 1 ,n f li a at a f i ,1.
DlTc.ll IKf III,?, llia DUUUllI fw ..." mM,i-
ad by which we women should settle
all our great questions in life. It
rarely occurs that a woman needs for
herself the restraining in II nonce of a
temperance pledge; but if by placing
ourselves under such an organisation
we can better help oar fathers, brolh-
era, lovers and friends, I think tbere
aaou'd be no beei aion in tbe matter.
I know something of the Good
Templars, and that they do much good
wore, ii is quiie kmiu yuu tu uu
no harm by cattiog you lot on tbe side
of temperance, anrj you may do mnch
good. I do not corsider it a su,all
matter by any meai.s, and I am glad
yon aeked tbe question. It is enconr-
egmg to know oi every b B:er who
wants to add her itrei gth to tbe cause
rhbh. haDnilv.eorae day will nd our
land of fulned me a and broken fam
ilies. Very tiuly ynnis,
Hurmra of Morpblae.
"Give me only a few drop"; for
God'a take, give me just a litt'e!"
' he words, eavs tne ew xcric Jour-
- 1 , J
nai, came irom a nuruuieu wu u.i
who tto.id in front ol a urng store cn
William Bt:est, ea be r.isf bia band
"I cannot give you any," replied tbe
drogaist, as he chsed the door in the
man s fare.
The latter began a vigoroo pound
ing on the door, and presently a po
"W bat's the row r ne rsxea.
"This man is a mcrpbine fisnd," re
plied tbe druggist, ' and I can't sell
'Uh, for heaven s Baxe, Bive m jtui
a liule. See, I have ihe money ! '
The policeman led the man away,
but ten minutes later he was back
again. Tbe i o'ioeim.n aga:n sppeared
and dragged the man off in the way of
tbe station house.
If von ko home 1 11 let you go,"
paid the kind hearted policeman.
The man w m Bed to go directly
home, and started away. An hour
afterwerd he whb ayain in front of tbe
drug etore, beseeching th proprietor
to sell him a email quau.i.y of mor
This time another policeman hove
in sight, and iu respinae to the c'rng
gist's demands ordered the morphine
"fiend away. Threats were u'elee-s, and
the policeir.an cuffed the man'B rars.
It was in vain. The latter seemed fee
ble, Hod foil headlong to the pave
ment. When he got up blood was flowing
from bis month, but he refused to go
away, and tne pooceman w com-
do I ltd to tune mm is uie b at on.
Tney can ta x aoout utjuor ruining
men," said tne urnggm, out woep
op'tim once gets us graf p on a man,
A Common Cold
la often the licginuiiiR of aorloua affco
tfoua of tlio Throat, Bronchial Tubes,
and Lunca. Therefore, tho Importance of
early and effective treatment cannot bo
OTereaUmated. Ayer'a Cherry reciorai
may alwaya lie relied npon for tho apcedy
cure of a Cold or Cough.
T at .TatinarT T vna attnekod With a
aerers Cold, wliluli, by nelect and fre
quent eipourtM, uovamo worse, imp",
Toitiinir nn mv limirs. A terrible oouc
aoou followsd, accompanied by palna In
frimi which I suffereu liitnnmely.
Aftar trying vnrloua remedlea, without
otitainlnit rllf, I commenced tuklug
Ayor'a Cherry l'eetorai, aua waa
I am aatUUed that this remedy aaved my
lifn. Jno. Wehstor, l'awtiicnel, it. i.
I enntrueted a aovero colil. which aud-
denly developed Into Pneumonia, proaeut.
lug uaugeroua aim iioaimaie
ily physician nt encn ordered the uso of
Ayors i. nerrv i-ecmrai. iiuiiiiu-."
were followed, and the result was a rapto
ami periiianeiit cure. u. ii. aiuipiou
Hognrs l'rulrlu, Texas.
Two years ago I suffered from a severe
!old which denied on mv Limns. I con-
eultud varloiia phvs-Ulaiis, und took the
medlclnea they prescribed, but received
only Ulnporary relief. A friend induced
mo to ti-v Avur'a C'lierrv Pectoral. Aftur
taking two bottles of il'ils iiiedlclne I was
curciC Klnee then I have Klven the Pee-
turul to my children, and consider it.
The Best Remedy
for Colds, Couglu, and all Throat, and
Lung diseases, ever used In my family.
Uoben vanaerpooi, jieitiivnm, i .
Somo tlmo aco I took a alight Cold.
nhlrh. lieliiL' lieirleeted. trew worse, am.
rttlod on my lungs. I had a hacking
roUKh, and was very weak. Those who
knew mo oest consiueren my uiu io uu
In great danger, 1 continued to suffer
until I commenced Using ATer si nerrv
l'eetorai. Less than one bottle of thla val
uable medicine cured me. and I feci that
I nam Din urenervutloll of niV life to iUS
curative powers. Mrs. Ann Lockwood,
. i vr v.w
Aaxou, iion ivik.
Avnr'a Cherrv Pectoral Is considered,
here, the one great remedy for all diseases
of tne throat and limps and is more
In doma-'id than any other medicine of IU
class. J. . Uolieru, jnauoua, am
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral,
ProiMirad Pf. J, C. Ayr k Co., I.owtll, Mm.
old by uruygisu.
I'rlc l; alt bstUM, .
DR. C. McLME'S
BK SURK YOU OK't THK OKNUIKK. Tka
Cuanterfeiti r msila tn Bt. Louis
Honk of all Discuses,
Cloth & Cold Binding
lit farm, artlk Slwl Kafrwlim.
list or rsiscii-iL nhs.
tfrr, (Vinit-ation, Intlmnmwrlnnl...
v.iri,a. Wntui l-i,r. Worm I 'oho. .. .
Crvllia Collr, or Twilllina of InUula.
limrrnoa, of i'iiiiurnor auuih
Ilvariltrry. rielQK. Pil'oui Colic...
Chnlrra MorbHa. A oitnuni
rugh, l oltl. Hronrhitm
Keurlsla. TootliRcha, KftOfSMio ....
Ilr,lnrhr, Hi.- Hf4-h. V-Miro.
liiliio. Miimich .
1. Llli.a Lnrt I'mfuaa I'arirHla
I'mult. INmflll, OirSroll Hr;ttlilnK. . . .
Mnl lllieiim, riy-il--i-. r.rnj.iiuua..
It kruninll-ni. HIi-umMie I'sin
e-p.rr o,l .Wn, I'hill. Mln
rile.. Blinil or lllxlin ..... ... .. .
olnf l oo.h, Vmlrnt l omln .
em-mi lielillHV.l ujr"ici n-u-aa
Bu M.uia IB
..... I...I.I in t .00
I rlnr Wfahnrw. WkIIImiIIiI... .
!l..r.7.f II, r llr.M. Vuleiimina 1 IHI
PEC I F I OS
rtM -m raaj.ia,Bauiki., io.i4.a.i,
UlAMTCn AUKNIS,Mti ni Woman
IISkaU o M "TUB 1'Ull.U'
in l. " Trlm.lnoiioB It Hc.J 11. Via
eant, D.D. Una arsnlhaa aola 6 In a tow.
of 874 iwopla; on 73 In avlllsts, of ill oi
now atontK in lu.dTi( oas J-i two ssoom,
aim -raah t an 4i) In 3 dara at two dISoroa
tlnat.KiPrln(a notnsessiarT. Aldraia
CASkKLL A CO. (b't'd,
U baaxooia ttrosl. Cuieaio.
Ofti ut-d. bv vMnrn unmt OtlifVrQj: " u Qxrt nnSj taown to tAm awMI pr-4-aOoo
111 tilt & nilarmci pmmiitz lo wuQa-o who an saatjot to ImnmrkaMaA is aktasvaaoi ifastMHaisnaf'
CVQ S There ItraHaf few lit
JCocKf what an tisswsi pnrmm
" I haw asrlvad particnlaa-lr arattfrlag iw-aHa troen tha
Ka mm nt - imAw .at .iaima,tA uhii,ai Mad a MmMe
alnva-l lo tha ratio oi inuutr b her auatav anfl. Iu aatUm aaa ba aaoat satntaavoiT. hralirr-al
tear pranutlf . and iba now paw tb oaoa rlrauK na wia bnt ktua daaoatlort. I a.ed awotMa
ottwr lnUaai ot auoUar eunotar. bat Ui Si vXmaililiMM. T. 1. TOAZail. U. O.
Fota-ibymDm,rt.. A A EICI I ICD
Prlre per boitla.
it r,i ni b.ww.a..f -
33. ,T. 1S3S32VIE:S dtb OO.
WHOLESALE LIQDOB DEALERS,
ISos. 278 AUD 280 FRONT
JOHN W. COCURAN,
. r, , , ,r ,ir t, ,r r,' l" r, T
JAMKH fi. ROBIN80N.
Deposita raoelved Id mmi ol 81 and upward, and Interest allowed on lame oemi-
w5Ubuy'and aeil local Investment Bond! and SocuTltir.1 generally, pay taxes, aet , ai
trnstees, and, in general, exocute any Jnancial buiinoti reiuiringa late andreiponnb.s
awAvVisiua drafti, In mmi to suit purchasers,
r Wa havo a oommodioui vauutor mo uepoen vi vaiuauio-, nirau .u ... ..v. -our
customers, free of t'liarg.
D, p. UAJODEN, ITeBMfBt. EWD. fiOLOSMITH, Tlce-Presldent
JAMES HATH AN, Cahler.
R. L.G0CH RAN &!Co
caw am riaAiirriwi-siio, hatt-taxo. '
Doors. Sasli. Blinds, Molding, hmttf,
Ltih snd Shinglixs Flooriirga Ccilliig und Cefysr Fret
ganized Into ons
Cotton Factors, WMesale Grocers,
He. 11 Union tBtreotL t : CTemph.au Tenn.
W. A. SMITH. Proprietor.
Send for Catalogue showing exceptional! s inperior advantaios.tn flaencei and environments,
a. K. ESTKS.
Nos. 17 1-"2 and 13 Union
LIYERMORE FOUNDRY'AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDRY Si MACHINE l)Et"T HjQto"l74 Atlams SWemphi"
Iran ! aa-avJkj
IRON & RAILWAY SUPfLY
(Successori In this lepartment to JOHN MANOOUB.)
ear Write ni for Information on AN I TiilNtl in either line.
has been found rri V 0
(w. rv -ry ttpmn ana mgrar
aw of Tomr-Jhn la mm af PTmn--B. Ja
wnBmt Itrmx Uua o -. who bad baaa ortwj
u PronV.700 JJ,.v?!V,taC??
. - - . -. , sr. butn, nw.
BY THE GALLON.
J. 0. HANDWERKER,
DAVID P. HADDKN.
JAMES A. OMBERtJ,
on all parts of Europe. ..lM
LOCATED AT FA KM OA LE P. ., FRAKKLlSi CO.,
six miles from Frankfort, Ky., opens 42d Annual Session
Neliiiler 6, 1S, under more favorable auspicel than
for twenty yoari. The Superintendent and Faculty give un -divided
attontlon during all houri of every day to tha gov
ernment and instruction of the pupils, all of whom are or
family. Before placing your son elsewhere,
lend for Catalogue and Circular of Information to
KOHT. O. Al l. KM Hnp-rlnlpnlent
AVERY GIN CO.
W. A. KuiitirM Pat. Separator.
Eutdc Eelinse llnller (.Inn,
Plain 10-Inch UIii, and
tsOI TIItKN STAHDAHll PKIMN.
Prico at Factory. 10O and 8110.
ALLISON SEED COTTON CLEANERS.
W All kinds of Gins Ttopalred. Special
Discount to the Trade. -
rtl ml FrouC Kt., nrraphli, TenB
SUSAN L HKKON". iwCiPALS.
BPKXtt. V. B. BOAS.
ESTEH, DOA HLf
and Cotton Fscto
Street Memphis, Term.
JjgSfi : -Isbe. iws
.Zt' fuSS-Ji- iHnU,
DEn, 228 and 228 Second St.
WILL bo epened Jane lit. TbU noud
wsterlnr-placo is situated lis milaa
irom tna Fnrn.ce, on tbo K&ihvillo and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman eoamr
Tenn. Hack will moot all trains at Mm
and will convoy gnetta to aprinia at a rar
low rata. .
Board, 820 Per Moolbt l Per Dmj.
hecll HntMt lo Fauilllea.
Vi't invito all who wih to spend tho molt
nlesant eaion of ihoir lives to Co mo to
-aerdam, si-(iallT leekeri of pleaior
and health, uood water and pur air in
birerymon, Controville, Tenn.
E. A. DEaX, Prot.'r CentreTille H,.tel.
KAD HOTEL, ALUM NPRIMua.
Kockbridto Co., Va. High np in tha
Virginia mountains. PictnrMquo lurronnd
Ing'.ei'.ensivoand beautitullr shaded laws.
Oat, electrio belli, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily ni-ils, pot, telegraph and
express cfSces on tho premitei. Table tha
very best. Luxuriouily furnished roomit
at orb band of music. Send for illustrated
fiauipnlcl. tnarges moaeraie. wj cu .yr
tor, Juno 15th. ffnters.- jtlvas. Cin.ioaia
an "Vr "- R. T. W ILbUj s6N.Mn'r.
Among the Northern Lakes
of Winn.in. Minnesota and Iowa, are hnn-,
drsdi of delightful places where one can pass
tho summer months in quiet rent and enjoy
merit, and return homo at the and of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Each,
recurring season brings to Ooonomowoot
Waukesha, Beaver Pom, Frontenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantio namei, thoumas of our test people
whose win'er homes are on either aide oi Ma
son and Dixon's line. Elegance and oom
fort, at a modorate cost, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, witb all
necessary informa ion pertaining thereto, ia
being distributed by tho Chic.oo. Vttwiu
lie ixn 6t. I'acl Kiilwat, and will be sent
free uton eppiicntUn by letter to A. V. Q.
Carpenter, (iecoml Passetger Agent, Mil
Crab Orcliard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY.-Th excellen
of the oul-ine, and accouimvdn tions char
acteristic of this hotel during the past throe
tears, shnll be fully maintained this season.
Excursion ticket! to tho Springs by tho L.
and N. Hailway aro good via Louisville, both
going and returning, to proceed on firsttraia
succeeding arrival in Louisville.
W T. tiKANT, Pre't. .1. C. KTNU. Pir-'t.
.Sccond.St.-its If jussot-nx.' :
Mff J! BOILERS
wooD-woRKiwQ jCH INERTf
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
JO- WUITK FOR CATALOGUE. -Sal
UNDER and by virtue of two certain trust
deeds exocuted to me, as trustee, duly
recorded in Book No. 117, page Wl, ao-t Book
No. 117, page ZJS. of the Kegister omce oi
Shelby county. Tenn., default having been
made therein, I will, as such tro'c, on
Moiidny, tiignil .10. 1-V!,:
daring legal hours, on the southwest corner
of Main anil Madison streets, in the city of
Momphis, Tenn., as such t ustee. sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder, for ,
chsh, a certain lot of land, situated in the
city ot aiempnis, Biieioy county, lenn., no-,-ginning
on the north side of spring street
at the southeast corner ot lot No. 10 of the
subd-vision of land formerly owned by Iir. ,:
Dudley Dunn, and runningthence westward f
with Snrin itrnat fifl foot: thence northward 11
is i feet to the south line ol lot No. 7 of said
subdivision ; thence eastward witn tne souin
lined said lot No. 7 sixty teet to the west
lino of lot No. 11: thence southward with.
the west line ot said lot II ninety teet in tne
beginning. Equity of redemption waived:
title believed to be good, but 1 will ten oniy
as trustee. July 28, 11. .
H. liKNguuitr. Trustee.
"Londcn" Trcuser Stretcher
Patented in Europe and Unt-
ted States. Mol AKfiitu In :
t'ulit-ri Bifalra forcelobratecl .
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
. Tilr. hfluiflnir .ml iu
kilPra restores nantnloon to
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining screw roa
in combination with clamps.
All others infringements,
Original and oniyslreu-hei
for aT'Dileiueu'a nse. By, '
xi,ress securely packed. Price $2 50. Write.
lor clrcnlnrs. Agents wanted in every city.
U. W. SIMISOKIS ., Hooil.Tlfta
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
Dr THK HT'MAN H')1Y FN I.AIt. K l, IT V I
Is .in .;itrr
Jit & 'r:is' ra Art t
r hUh:y i
rd rlri-iil-u-H KivlLif all iart icult.ru, t
Gives He ief at
once and Cures
or Powder, Fror
from In j uriou -Drugs
A particle li npplied Into each nostril and
Is agreeable. Price 50 oents nt Druggists
By mail, registered, tWoents. Circulars free.'
ELY ItXOS., Druggists, Owego, N. Y.
"T I aa. a -v-i,'tti A book of 100 pages.
1 " - - u ka Via tlnari.'i
r " 'It oontoiBs nits ot
newspapers and estimates oiithe cost of ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to n end
one dollar, finds in it the information he re
quires, while lor him who will invest one
hnndred thousand dpllnri in advertising, a
acherae li indicated which will meet his
every requirement, or can be made to do so
by ilightchanti.es easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and Bfty-tLrea
editions have been issued. Sent, poi'raid.
to any addresi lor ten dins. Apply to ur.u.
P. HOWELL A CO., NEWijPAPfcP AU
VKRTISINU BUREAI'.lOSpruoeit. (Print
ina Uouse tjqnarei. New York. t
Tms BELT or He.
pressly tor the cure
of degeneration oi
rV. pA-t ri nh
tne generative or
gan!. There ii n
mistake abou- thisln
strument the cod-
1 1 fcWprVTil ki
tinuoui stream ol
meatini through the
narte mnn -estora.
them to healthy action. Do not confound
this with Electric ttoite auvertiied to cm
all UH XrOm D.IU .V WV. XV 1. IU ,U V. X
ipeoina purpose. For circulars giving ful
nformatlion, address Cheever Electric Bel
Co.. ltH Washington street. Lhicae . HI.
Trnstpe's Sale. . t'
NDER and by virtue of a certain deed
of trust executod to ma. as trustee, and
wherein default has been made, duly re
corded in book 126, page 12, of the Kegit
ter's office of Shelby county, Tenn., I will. ',
Wa Hooilay, AiikqkI 30. 1M8,
during legal hours, on tne southwest corner
of Main and Madiso aitreets, in the city oi,
Memphis, Tenn., a inch trustee, sell at '
public auction, te tk. highest bidder, for
cash, a certain lot ol land, situate in Mielbv
county, Tenn., and aeicribed ai follows, to-
wit: Hcing the no rt I half of lot No. 49 of '
II. W. Hill's lubdirision, fronting 51 feet on
the west tide ol Suietta street and rnnnin ' .
back wait between parallel lines and atrigtl ;
anglei to laid street 180 teat to an alley, an f
being lame land described in above mew-
tioned trust deed. Equity of redemption,
waived; title believed to be good, but I wilt '
only convey as trustee. JulyiH.lssi. i
.11. BENSDORF, Trnitce.
I, W. At KM OH, out auiarUed atu-t-