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MEMPHIS DAILY ArPEAL TIIURSDAY. MAY 20, 1886.
ELUD FOIt THE IRISH.
"E (J EE AT QIESTIOS IN
1 JSII POLITKS.
Mose Must Stand or Fs'l bj the
Yet oi Bit Home-Rale
more men. who are taking sn srtive
interest in the movement, ere known
to be reprewn atives ol the Bultiniore
and Ohio Kailroad Company and are
elieved to be investing the moneyoi
lie company in the "enterprise. The
syndicate will control at least JU,tu
acres of coal 1 ml.
AS IirOKTAST DECISION
AOTecflac U Lf( "Stale.
Ar-, Maw 19 Sixtv-eiuht Par
tite ii ho desired to spk on the
hue role bill, held a meting yester
U, and In deference to the wishes el
r. I'aniell, agreed tlut only a liniit
J number ol them should f peak. It
xpcted the division on the seeoml
Udinsofthe bill will be reached by
end A next week or by the middle
1 the following week.
;Tte Conservatives inillgntntly as
ii t that the government's siipiwrters
je protecting the debate lor the pur.
A nt rantnrine waverers.
j The supporters o Mr.UladKtone are
lily becoming more hopeful that the
Svme rule bill will be passed by Par-
THE SICK EX-PREMEir.
(JE5. ARTHUR'S RIDE IX CE5TR1L
uncut. Nine members oi me i ioiisu
I Commons, who had hitherto len
L.nm i m tlm home rule measure,
!, lwn mnvprtod since Saturday,
Jid it Is expected that other members
4 ill soon signify their adhesion to the
i I-ord Hartingl n, sieaking t Hrsd-
' .rd, said that in the country a major
J v of the Liberals did not approve of
Irish scheme, and he
Glares the governme nt must stand
i r fall in accordance with the vote on
g plan lor homo rule in Ireland.
! V nrl ('.owner, in a aiieech at lM-
rd, denounced the Liberals for what
il.ir l,li1nti-iiiia worship Of
dr. (iladstone. He mid thut it had
.' aken 200 years to reconcile "Scotland
). iinlnn. and that eight r yetrs
...I nn kinn anllii'lant tilllC in wlli
1 o nrove how such union with Ireland
vAr nf rnntinuinff remedial leKia'a-
I ion and mUbUahing local government
wards. The meeting passed a twhu-
i . : .. - f lla.lainnn'.
j ion denouncing mr
:: ir Y-inirw-t.
i I'M... tCntitVi T nm l.in Liberal I'llio
I lllVtllll". .,..... f
i forua ilmt rn hi PS of a BCrli'S 01
i an1iitinriH to Mr. (iladstone. IO'
i Hariinotnn. Mr John Morley and Mr,
: Uhamberlain. They say the principle .
i of home rule is opposed to the print-1-
pies of the Liberal party, and that the
n-atablishment ' DOln,' ruK' '0,,w re"
milt in the dismemberment of the em
pire, aid would place the minority in
Ireland at the mercy of the majority.
They advocate a liberal concession of
' local government powers to Ireland
; measure in that direction that would
Im! applicable to England and Scotland
ihs we lis to Ireland-and they de
mand the re entlon of Irish members
in the lmner al Parliament.
;i Lord Salisbury since the nolon of
' LordHartington and Mr. Chamber
lain has shown symptoms of abandon-
I ins Lonl llartingtoo to support Mr.
: iilnght. He has informed the Radi
cals that If the home mle bill be passed
he will insist upon the removal of the
Irish represenUti vet from WeHtmin
;ter as an es:ential principle of home
rule. - ,
: i Tii Oneen bus assented to the dis
solution ol Parliament, but does not
! i approve anitnmed ate dissolution. Hhe
I .inmpruli that dissolution be DOBt-
i -1 tkrn ft.t ii nlil ArnniHt on the ground
that s general election in June would
naettle business anu ne injurious w
Ma mintntita assert Uiat mo nine
ibeiala who have deserted the op
liosition since Saturday were not in-
bided n Mr. Caine s listoi ntnety-nve
!. wli who Dlerfged themselves to
ni.tr aa t.lin lininp rule bllL
ItaLovalist meeting at Bradford
vestsrdnv a resolution denouncing
iinnw mln wni carried. Although the
meeting had been carefully packed,
there were dlMcnUonlst present
v toltb sattonfltr
..uwhIp.1 irfec.t ovation when
be appeared upon the stage of Her
Maiiwtv's Theater this afternoon, to
addre s the Conservative meeting as
them under the auspices of
l'plmHiHi' lenLHie. The audi
tors wore 1-ord lleaconlield's favorite
n,or Tn his address Lord Halislmry
aedared that Toryism was growing
.nl.llv nmnno all classes in the Mil
pire. He said he felt it to be his duty
!.. .i.oa., ..r.ti.-ul limpR to nrore all loyal
men to combine for the support of
reVgion and tlie J.mpire. jae utmcu
that he had recommended as the best
means of gov- rning the lrlnh people
the adoption of atwentv years coer
cion policy ; be had only advised the
uiainten nee of law and order hi Ire
laid. Ho reit-rated his alvlce to the
Irish to emigrate from Ireland If they
could not prosper ami be conteived
under llrltish rule, and urged the
Conservatives to support the Liberal
unionist candidates in the coming
lection, where Conservatives could
not certainly lie chosen.
Port Burrs. Abk.. Ma? 19. An lm-
nnrtant decision La bteu rer di-rrd by
Hon. J. C. barker, Jadire of the Unite 1
r-nws Court fnr the. Wstn Distrt t
of Arkanras Thcawof K. M. won
and B. 11 R-w, Cotrok.e Uuleg.tee,
cime before thn coart cn tn applica
tion to tae Judge of tbnciarc lor
warrant for their removal to the Di'.-
lict of Co nmbia lor triaL where taey,
together with W. A. Phil ipr, attorney
fcr the Untrjaee nation, sima in
dicted on a cba'eeot com piracy to r ib
the Cherokee Nation oat of 122.500.
Wolfe and Re sued out a writ cf
habeas corpus on the ground that thy
re btld in rrett contrary ioi.o
oanstitot:on and lawsol the Vwlta
K mt a hurau-a thee were Indians.
Tha court bolds that thscriuie oharui d
wai a eonepirai y to commit an ouenn
againtt the Uoi.ed r-ta ci, and the lw
insucrj cats appiea wen xB.rn
r f Cnlnmbis.ss well Si all other p aces
over woich t'.e United H ates baa ex
clnaive jurisdiction. Aftr rCitiog at
fOtriC lHIlgtn ine laws governiUK iur
r u and oi which til decision was
K.uil ha dec rl lI:a'.DOlwuu uiau
iog R ss and Wolfe wera Indiaca, and
t ie Cmrokee Nation was an lad n
t a'ion, th Supreme Conn of the
Di-tnitol Columbia had Jarisd ctlon
n th nramite. and it became the
Jnif rf th court to send the defend
ants to the District cf Columbia for
trial, where Philips is alieidy under
w..n and Rasa are nndr bond to
annaar in Waahington by ths 1st of
First Ontinz Mace His Illnesj
lias Asinmed Alarmlag
THE TRUNK USES.
New Yohk, May Kt.-The Trilun
this niornuig says: Railroad men cm
tdintieallv denv that tho trunk line
agreement Is In the danger of disrup
tion wlilen lias ooen reporieu )
newspapers, ine meeting oi uw
lUUnlS, WIllCU Will UO IlCIU
is to consider the general east-bound
situation, and ndeavor to prevent me
cutting of freight rates. The Chicago
nni A lanuc, ine hudbhh, iiuvi.o
Udilgh Valley are itrongiycompiaineu
against. In th ease ol ine lormer, in
attempt to cut it off from the through
facilities, in view of the condition of
litigation over it, rai.ht create undr
siralile complications. The Great
Western division of the Grand Trunk,
the West Shore and the LehighValley
are the main lieLcfieiaries of the Wa
bash's cutting. How to deal with
these problems Is the point most
pressing on the presidents, out mere
s every trsposiuon expressed wavoiu
i ruinous competition of rates result
ing (mm thA riKtincr br the outside
lines. An effort will probably be
n.a.lo Indnrn the Lehlifh alley to
become a partial partner In the trunk
4 oa.plraey la a.rvla.
Eon a; May 19 A conspiracy against
the lives of Prince Alexander and M.
Karavelof. th Prime Miniiter, has
been diecovered here.
lirnnv Mav 19. A farmer naineil
Henry, la Coimtv Cavan.was attacked
last night by a party of men. ho
kicked him ana oeai uiiu uu
. nil.-. l. and left him In a dving condi
tion. Tlie ontrace was the resu t of
an ngmrian dispute.
tBreattiaa la lk Caaadlaa
ljiK-N."Mav' Karl Granville
In trod need a bill in tre House if
tinla liut riiclit reHoecting renresen
tat ion in the Canadian Parliament of
tprritorit belonizlng to the Dominlo
juit not Included in ny I'rovince.
mednotd the W,m r Thlr
London, May 19. Messrs. Ward t
Tavne, of Sheffield, one of th.- largest
, firi'ns of edge tool makers In Kngland,
recently aiiuounce 1 that . they woml
lie compelled to nuke a reduction in
the waues of. their employes in order
to connete successfully with German
' manufacturers. The workmen refused
to submit to a reducti u of their pay
and the firm now threiiteus to employ
German workmen in their stea I.
Maat be Prld far reaaalca
Chicaoo. lLL..Mav 19. As the result
,J Inuruvntiiinsrepfintlv in VSrloUBBtOrrS
in this city, a suit bus been begun by
the health department against the dry
goods Anns of Mandol Bros, for viola-
tion ol tne orainance wmcu jtiu
that teats must be provided f nr females
employtd In mercantile ana manu
faituring establishments. The penalty
itlp.l is not less than 15 nor more
ban 1100 for each ana every oneu
Several other firms who had been non-
fled have complied wan uie ora'.naneo,
but Msndel llros. failing to do so the
suit was brought.
Hotil 6t. Gsoaos, 61 Clark stree,
Brooklyn, fireproof, best oonsttuelion,
...l.nillillv located on lirooklyn
Helahtf, close to Bridge, baudy to
central poinU ol New Yrrk City and
Ocnsy Island, with mere luinry at
one-th!rd prices j 400ronns, all electric-lighted
(101) bath-rooms), band
somsly decorated ; very bsstuphol
steel funii'nre; finett bedding; con
csded to be one of the finest hotels In
ths country. Tiaisient rtes, $2 50
with nrivate toiltt. Singlo
Fw. , , r - ll ll,, . I
room, ft per nigni: open
JiCKSotJ, Mii'R , May 19. News has
!.,, K.win roxnlvoil herp Ol tllO lleaill
of the Rev. Mr. Poeflle, at Norvell, in
a most shocking manner, no nau u-
.lerintended tlie loaning oi iicavy um
in a ii'ifmn nt the deDot. and as
the wagon was driven out of the vard
he was caught between uie niiiu w m
on.l iho ,lpnot and his bilk crushed,
breaking his ribs and pressing them
through h s liver, lie uveu uuuw
Neoll'a EmaUlna of Par
rod Liver Oil, with Hypophosplutes,
in Consumption snd Wast tig Ds
eases. Dr. C W. Barringer, Pitts
burg, Pa., says: I think your r.mui-
aion of Cod Liver Oil is a
New York. May 19. Kx-Presi.h r.
A thur took a dnve yesterday in Cen
tral Park. Th s was his first outing
since his lllntss issuincd art alarming
charac er. A closed landau drove up
to his rctiidence at about 1 p. ni. Gen
eral Arthur, bis sister, Mrs. Aicr.iroy,
and his son got in. As he entered
the carriage it was manile t to an be
holders that th ex resident was a
very sick man. Ui face had the
worn, thin look which, illness always
brings; the once portly form had
shrunk into sma'ler projortions, and
there were were very obvious indi
cations that the report of his friends
might le true that nnce his confine
ment to the house he has lost more
thai sixty pounds in weig'it. But
with al 'he signs of weakness
there was the old time characteristic
determination not to give in. When
the entrance to the park was reached
and the umbrageous fo iag of the
trees, in all the beauty of the spring
time, was displayed in the sunshine,
tho pce of the horses was slackened
and General Arthur leaned forward
to gaie with delight upon the luxu
rious beauty rf nature. Ho was then
pSMOKKTBATlOm Of H.EAS WT SI BI'BIHK
by the occupants of many passingcar
riagee and by many of the throng who
.era latin? a ouiet afternoon "consti
tutional" on the pathways along the
drives. Before the drive around the
park was completed, the fa t that the
I ex-President was taking bis first cut
Lin luunm senerabv known, and
.r, anu ruliHtriana and eonestr.ans lin
gored in the neighborhood of the en-
t'anieio greei mm " lc,ul".
About 2 o'cloc tlie carnage cbiuo
along the drive adj ining the aiau,
and the ex-l lesiueni wua mij
rec enized by tho waiting throng.
Huts were raised ny me g-"uuuiuj
and ladies waved their disengaged
i. With all liia old-time courth
ness. Gen. Arthur bowed rgln and
ipd bis hat and bowed his
ap.nnalnduments. and 'ho coachman
seeing the anxiety of the peoplo to
mitu fliia nniet recoL'iiition. walked
i.ia luinu.a tn the entrance st Fifth
aid in conversation after the dnve,
' . ... . r. . . I . .L. I n
Mini im fiiii not nnn mux 1110 rAi7ii.i'
l.l in anv wav tired him. and that
ll.o nnnnrtnnitv afforded him i
nf htmia had tertain'v im
nvA.wi n tr n of his spirits. He
ticijiUthat this first effort to take the
air would noi oe iouuwcu u nj j-'y
judicial or continued reacion, fur it
had been great gratification to him
n h natiira as nresented In a 1
her loveliness at this sessonoi wie
vearln the ereen irlades of Central
bark- Th nntiire of Mr. Arthur i
v.mn i nt. the nhvs eians lay, win
nanMflArfl v lead to 'alternate ieriod8
ol depression and exaltation of spirits
uAnA dava" and "bad da5 8." The
recent genial weather they regard as
In his favor, and they say that there
Is no reasoo to believe that fatal con
sequence are at preserft iminent.
T Ull O (Cathartic
U tbe Liver be- p I' I Q
cornel torpid, If tbe IIUUSJi
bowels are constipated, or If the itomacB
falls to perform IU functions profierly, nae
Aj-er'e l'illt. They are invaluable.
For omc years I was a victim to Liver
Complaint, In consenuenee of wbicb I
auffered from Oencral Hebillty and Indl
eealion. A few b i of A ver t I ills
rrktorrd mr to perfrat bealtb.
l!rl"htucv. Henderiu, V. Va.
iv rwiri I have relied more upon
AVer's l'illn than anything else, to
mv bowel.-. These rills are mild In action,
arid do their work thoroughly. 1 have used
them with good effect, in cases of Kbei
niHtiMii, hliiney J mume, mm iy!i3iua
u. -MUler, AttltborougU, Mass.
rr'. I'lll. nirpil me of Kinmarli and
.hit troubles, from which I bad suffered
for years. 1 consider luein tlie uesi puis
made, and wouiu uoi ne w iinoui imui.
Morris Uates, Downsville, J. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious T'over,
i, i,. i, i. . fiilliiueil br .lauudiee. and was
i dangemusly ill Uiat Uiy friends de
spaired of mv recovery. 1 eommencea
.'. . . ..till!.. 1 .aah uff.innil mv
laKlnlt AVer H I 111-, OIIU m,n y
riiMtoiuarr sireiiKin aim vik"
rultibou, Lowell, Nebraska.
I.at si.riiinr 1 suffered greatly from a
troublesome humor on my side. In spite
of everv effort to cure this eruption, It In
creased' until the flesh became entirely
raw. I wa troubled, at tlie same uuie,
itu Indigestion, auu uisiressing liaiiis m
i The Bowels.
Bv tbe advice of u frienil I began taking
AVer's fills. In a short time 1 was free
from pain, my food digested propel ly, the
sores on my body commenced healing,
and. In es than one niontli, 1 was cureu.
.Samuel I). While, Atlanta, tia.
I have Ion? used Ayer's Pills, in my
famtlv, and believe them to be the nest
pills made. S. (J. Harden, Ihmlcn, Jltss,
Mv wife and little girl were taken with
Dysentery a few days ago, and 1 ut once
I. ....... .rti lsiir lliiiiti a. t II ft
l'llls, thinkins I would call a doctor if the
disease became anv worso. in a snort
time the bloody discharges slopped, an
pain went aw ay, anil health was resloreu,
Theodore Es'ling, Richmond, Va.
PKDsrcd br Dr. J. O. Ayor B Co.,I,owell, Mass.
Sold by all Dealers in Medlclue,
J. F. HOLST &BR0.,
(succaasoBsi to g. h. boubt a bbo. t
SaOMAIN ST.. If Elf PH IS
AjfULb ni mbpIsm itoek or wooasaa
Msullio Cases sad Caskeu, Oloth-Cov-
red CaskeUaaa linrisJ Robs; aiwsyfon
hand. MsrUrdars br Ulacravk promptly
va,BtwwM IROX BITTKRAUHEAT-
It bentSted Mrs. M. C. Yuckler. M em-
phls. tenn., when trouh'ed with livr dis
order and iadiaestion. 6b regards it as a
I'andstd Ismilr medicine.
IJROILL BROTHERS ft CD.
AVERY and MITCHELL COTTON SCRAPERS, -AVERY
WALKING CULTIVATORS,1 '
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GfiisS SCTTIIES, ETC.
Primus. Machinery Fillings and Pipe.
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 819
Kir Will pay Good Prlccsi for! MOTES, GIN FALLS mad
TRASHY COTTON of all descriptions. Send ior Otrcalar
and Prices Paid.
75 Vanoft Strftwt. Wwmphlw. Tenn.
m. o. PEARCB.
JOHN Ii. MoCLKLLAN.
M.O. Fearce & Qo.
HAiroTAcnraiBi or -iiSa .
RAWS ENCiNES Cotton Factors & Commission Liercn ts,
5 AIM flUII I e No. 27fi FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
OiHWW IWIILLI-SW M1t..-W--'"--"' ...iralw.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St., JXempMa, Tenu.
. . . . .n.n . . a II ' LA La
aaa- nn ahA ajss fliM IWBU IT-1K U ai
1r3std t most oi tha notad ipmwiisu
ti" d "y with no boa.at. Ooaao aiaMLF in
thrsa moDttil. so.i sinoa iu.u ""-'--- -s
nthars ta Kama DtOCtn, A l)liu, i'."
saowastul noma irsaimnui.
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS-APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
aCT- WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.
nunwi'i iron mrrcHS wa
utd with salutary offeot In tha family
of Mrs. K. W. Edmund, 2i4 Adams strtet,
Memphis, Tenn. Bha was curad pf nsrvoui
bsss and hur husband of indigestion.
Electric Belt Free
TO intrnduea it and obtain agents we will
for the next sixty days re, away, frea
.i. u . in .unii Mminiv tn tha U. H. a lim
ited number ol our nnaa Kleeiro Wal-
Vltsilfl upaprnaory nrw-
nn.ittva and unfailinc earn fo:
bilitT. Vancooele, Emissions
A idr.s T.lS.
mann aoture does not e-enerate a sreiiuine
alectrie current. Address at once hLEij
TB10 BELT AGENCY, P..0. Box 379.
BrwWn, N Y.
D3 J S III: trjCi. A , Ifl .5
a. taasi m z r , ''ill Wi w vw.1 I - I 1 P .
a s i nr. i
HUL, FONTMNE & 6!
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchants,
if every Belt wa " '
go, 116 Houth Ustn St.. St. X.onU-
YHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
I won. yB 4 wt
s rW. A. GAGB & CO.
SOO Front Rtrftt. t TTTeiMPhtw. Tn
lea rraaa aaa airawbcrry Sapper
rivale Braacsi F T Kaia.
laraoUL to tnl ArriAt.l
i.. v., ,, , f Tiv.. Mav 19. An
ire cream and strawburry supper last
nicht for the benefit of the lemper
ance Alliance was largely attended
and liberally patronized.
ti. ..ioni. nf t.lm Mi-thodist Bunuay-
11U I . .V- . " ' " ..-
i . .1 i.. . i' n a four m i It'H
RCIiooi io-uiiy, in k tiv.v ::
from town, was broken up soon alter
by rain. ....
'a rtfl abow willbo held to-mor-
mv. when it is expected some line
cattio will be on exhibition.
. ..r, t unttrroa i. iw. A.t du.olved by mutual eonaent. Tha old
TmTfW&ra2DCO.-lUcontin. th. business at -P'b;
w . . . 1
Memi'H, i nn. JLa' " lTrJ
3. M. PHILLIPS.
MANHATTAN SAVINGS BAtm
AND TRUST COMPANY.
. m i 1 a
LtinflTIIlO T MimmmA the SUflMffOTS OT ID0 Old
TN retlrlns from the 8rm or rnllJlJiI J. M. PHJLLIPB.
X. irm to th. ood will of my frienui.
7 iTina t.HVY.
JAMES S. R0BIN60N,
CHANGE OP FIRM.
. f cdcvti PTITT.T IPS harinc this day been dissolved by mutual consent, we
busineneetruntea to .1011 N K. SPRKO CO.
Mnirrhiii, T.nn.. Mut .
MICHAEL GAVIN. &tt?Rkvv&'
TI10MAS BOYI-K, .PAyiP F riMHR fta '
T. H. MILBTJRN, nni nsMlTH
BOl, COLftM.n. a BAKDWId PERES.
JAMES 8. R0BIMB0S. n. ,'t A on iam. Ss.r-
rDepositi recelred la tumi oi auu m.w.t,
TjTAiU w EWD. GOLDSMITH, TlPresiae.t
C, W. t BOWEU,
H. H. HAl'RT.
HIS BENT FRIESDl
Jl DR. J. BRADFIELD'S
nn.i. t n t Mmailvmnat haroily naeets
thed.m.nd of the s.ie for woman's peculiar
and mallifiirm arlliotlons. It li a rwaio"
CLASS ol h.r dlieases. It is a sneoiBo for
certain diseased eonditlons of the wpmb.
nni,nBa in ao control the Menstrual
Vuniinn as to reaulat. all tb. derang.
menti and irraculariliet of Woman a
MONTHLY SICKS ESS.
v. .i.im fn. it an athar medieal
pwfir'y S o doubt th. ft that thil
medicine does positively posi.ss such con
trolling end, regulating powers Is jirnply
an t i m nra1 1 f InB T1 U TI IMI T MB 1 1 IBVU J VI hvw
lands ol llTlni witneiets who are to-day
l.nitin In tb. reitoratiott U sound kealtb
ALSTON, CEOWEiili & CO,
11 And Cominlssiou Jlerchasts. Haj.Com Oris, Ba, Chop Feefl, Oil-MeaL,
Llmi , tsment. Plaster, Buiiamg ssu r iro w
Cor. Prnnt and Union. 1 Howard's Row. MempMn.
J. T. FABQAS0N. J. A,
Taa Irl.b Kattaaal
Uubuk, May 19. Mirhael Pavitt
presidi'J at iho fortnightly meeting of
the lrili National Iicagui' held here
vea crdav. Hi' expresatnl nimgi'H as
Icmfident that Mr. Glailstune's home
rule bill would pass ita aecond rea l
inir He referred to tee thivatsof the
unceiiien as sillv and iiitiahle. The
treasurer announced tliat It 1,1 15 ha
1) r i re eived in contnbnuoiiB pinte
the preoeuinR uiCi tniK, ami that ISO
had lxvn ilifliUiBcd for tlie relief (,f
preparation, and fills a long-felt want,
it ia very useful in consumption and
4'aavlrled ar Kmsrullil ;or
Sas Aktonio, Tx ; May in. In ths
ru.ral Cnnrt tardav. Col. Nels n
Vlato. ex Colleit r cf Customs for ths
District of Coii'us Christ, was con-
victei of embfrxling (OTtrnraent
tuiids. Ths Jury jeoommeoded ths
rrlannur t tie mrcv tf the court.
Tha nrnsnfllt'na of I ol. 1'letO WSS
surorlss to His uina,
virinlv mails OOd ths a 11 It. lcy
c'sim tlut it tt under tood with tbs j
Dfim'tineotei Ju t ce tna' toe prose
cution would bs wlthdrswo.
fitn. W. Tomi-kins. M.D, 7H Cum
berland street, Brooklyn, N.Y., writes
June JO, 188..: "1 take pleasure jn
recomuienuiou aiioock s i-urpiu 1 me
ters in all rases of (reneral debility,
esecil y where ths pains are severe
over the regions of ths k dneys, liver
and cheat; marked improvement, w
em-sfoonas relief from sufferinjr is
obtained. Forlumbapj these plasters
surpass liniments, etc.
j.xn'OiTv, N. J.. May 19 Ed
ward Ferrv, John Hoffman and Jo
seph Hcier, employes in Frank's
chemical fae or, were, fatally burned
by an explosion this afternoon, A
dozen other employes, who were work
ins in the huittlins at the time, es
cajed uninjured. Loss, $10,000.
HUNT. CO. HKIJ. R. A.PARKER. I. L. W00DB0S
J. T. FARGASBN h CO.
Wiiolesale Grocers & Cotton Factors.
X3i Front Slret,' MempUl, Ten.
Cotto. .on.ls.ei t. -i" to. ln"- W "r' " "
fields ,,,..r .r. irinie iirtiftr.TnbaccatClaart
Female Regulator 'v."
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
ISo. 11 Union Street, s t Meniplita. Tew.
r . . i mar at?" A S1K A K.
Siccesaori to TOBTEB, TATLOB COai
eUbl. compound, mi is tha
W. Sf lOBTOt,
fjate of Meacosm k Hortoa.
J. W. BIt.BT.
Lata of Bailey Corlnttos
mm t i m - -
Ii itrictly m
r ll. .1 aalanna ktiil ItrH 11 LI PK1 av- as mmm H .
E!rrji3.MltL. o5n.il of Lat. of J. B. Daf Son.
mm Worlon tiik IE IS.C0.
MAN'S -WEST JL'KIEau
Becsose Ueontrols a elass of faaoUont tb.
TariouVderanieiaeaUi ol hl eause more
111 heallh than all ether eeu.es ooroblned.
," . T . iMin ft Inn trfattk of
...iur.1. .nd her existeoee. Ob, what.
!,.itttnia of lirlna itnees ean tetrity o
Tt. charmiV.ttWl . WOMAS. Uk. to jour
. i . , v. :
..U nai nr HEALTH!
- W ., " .4 all Ih. OOm-
Kr .tCud fot health, a.PPinMS and
GRCCERS & COM! FACTORS
360-362 Front St.. Memphis, Tenn.
IOTpSR Y ARB,!
ZZ a . all Jma.laii. Bead for par ireai-
th. Uesltb and Happiness 01 nomaa
.u- fe. which all partlfiu ars
Among the Xorthern lates
of Wisconsin. Minnesota and Iowa, er. Inn
dr.ds of d.llfbtlul leces where one ean pass
?n. .umm.r months ia quiet re.t end enjoy.
P.A " "-:w..UT.nared. H.ch
""urrina uod brins to Ooonomowoe,
"auh..ha. Beaser Pm, Fronten. Oho-
- Wv ia Uanr. ft nil InilU
Do)!. .i"ino'""' "T ,,. -iith to-
Ilia Tnlepbouc Tax
Tohe Sy ail I cat.
I'lTTsnuKO, Pa., Msy V,!. A ,.ke
syndicate c-injioseil ot til the inde
pendent operators in the ('onnellsville
I -yion sndbarked by l'lttobiirg and
Billiinore capitalists is Iv'ing formed
t) Ik'in ihe uiil rauization. lneom-
jm ntini? nron tlie new s)B.li''nte, the
BasTO. Mass , Mv 19. The f enste
VfS enlny lihS?d s bill ri Uinst tba tax
bf te'cnlipne companies from 'JO,000
FKSPABS FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, cellar wslls snd lb mid-mrssiihitH-t
to f,v.rHw phould be ron
strncted with Louisville Cement. It
merabl. oioer puwuna
.nti nain.s, thousands of our best peopi.
whoVe wl'.r hn.s ar. on etlhtr side ol Ma
run iod fJixon-s line. Klessno. and com
fort, aia moderate eoit.ca.ibe readily Ob
Uined. A lil of (uramer hov !
IT., J-rnrr inlorma inn vert'oln thereto, 11
S: STdUlributad bytb. C.1C..0 W j
i. Ikd m. Pol Ksh j-sy. and will byent
fV.e ueon avnlicsttn by letter to A. V. H.
Crinle-. l.neral Passotger Agent, Mil-
EM0CRAT8 TO TUB FROKT-Ta a
priMU. saeklns OoTernment Km
l.i.mani in anv vi ww - , ,
tVuhineton. or any other pontions nnoe
;l!'1?,..Irom.nt.i will send full la.traction.
a. to how to rx--l to obtain ine same,
M y...' . i- ..r inallealloa ci
It. I. v 1.1,11, juik.-a H.vfe,
it.4nU.ev. ArU SlanuCnctareils !
TEIX(?W -PINE AND OAK LUMBER.
ivn nKALF.RIS IS
BHm-S " DressM Floorlsir, CeUInr, Westher-Boaraini
s'vnretis Khlnsrlea. 1-atUs, lo.
..ii in in Qn,l. ai;in orders nrMBPtly
irlna. w"n.'. ',ll"".V . ( mJv tha winla.Al. Business a aiiaoial feature. Orders
BbM aiaiiaimeaiu,-.. -,VH a prly filled.
Et. UAYJilXelsElX, AGENT,
f. n MUfciiiS'B. ot vu. - -- -
MUXiLIKS Sb YONGE,
Cotton Fatfors&Commission Oerchants
) Ko. 1 llowars Eovr, Cor. Front and Uniou, Kemphis.
I s XIacsam.lsxoira
JNO. P. WILKBRSON, Agent,
, a Cotton Bxcnsnim ,........, i.-, mmm
SLLY, ROPER &REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factorsr
.a TWrWlii Street- iMisroao niorte.
LARGEST BltEWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Sclililz 0
Offieeand Botlllaa: Worke. If Vntui
S. KOESCliJ.lv. agem, miui4, -
Bales 1" 9',0" b lT , &, Bar.la.