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MEMPHIS DAILY APFEAL AVEDXESDAY, JUNE 2, 18SG.
DEBATE 0 THE BAMiRlTTCY
BILL IS THE SENATE.
Mr. ;eorft' Speerta Atalntt the
Mratmre Tbe Oleomargarine
Kill in tbe Hons.
Washington, Jute 1. IIvum. Mr.
Weaver Is. rising to qofH'ion of
rrivilegB, stmt to the Clerk s desk and
Lad read in editorial from an Iowa
paper declsriDt? that he bad betrayed
the interest of hii constituent, by op
posing the oltvfyin.'nnne bi'l, inti
mating thBt t-rfpitfona of Armour
had their ir.ftil tht, in securing tliis
cpposifion aniPa i'ing that iie had
obtained hi" K.atW? L'oDgn'W through
frum'. All these crargrg hed-nnimred
as untrue. He hal Wen, and u ill was
in favor of the oleoninrjiarine bill, and
it was false that he had been in
flnnrPil improperly in his course in
regard t ) that measure. No charge of
fraud had Men made anainet biui in
the contest for his seat, which had
been conlirmt d to lrm by the Hcuss
by an almost unanimous vote. He
understood that there were not more
than six gentlemen on the Republican
side who bad voted that be was not
entitled to the seat.
Mr. Blount Kia., from the CoinmiU
tee on roetrffieii and Fottroads, re
portfd ft bill amending the statutes
re'a ive ti the transtnimion of loltery
dveitioementa through the mails.
Mr. I.ilToon Kr , from the Com
ruittpe rn Public Landp, reporttd a
bill fcr the lotfeitura of the lard grant
(o tbe New Orleans, Eaton K'juge and
Yirkshntg railroad. House calendar.
The House tt.ea went into commit
tee r.f the wt'ole (Mr. Hprinirrr fll
in tbe chair) on the oleomargarine
T.'.e first ninf ml merit in order was
that oflered by Mr. Daniel V. abol
i'lrnir the tohHcco tax and it was re
jected !: to 111.
The amendment also offered by Mr.
Daniel abolishing the tax on fruit
btandy was rejected H to 2f.
Mr. Dunham IH.l oflered an
amendment reiuciug In in 10 cent) a
pound to 3 cents a pound the Ux on
Tfcea amndmenti) were offertd fix
ing the rote kt 4 and 5 cents a pound,
but they were rejected, nuly, however,
after a citiple of houta hid been con
fumed in lecarirg a quorum.
On motion of ir. Hatch Mo. the
amendment oflVred by Mr. Dunham
was amended to ai ti fix the rate at 8
cent, and a I) amended it was
On motion of Senator Dolph the
Ketute resumed consideration of the
K.r barn 1'acilir land forfeiture bill.
Kpetches were made by Senttors
Po'pb and George, and at i! o'clock,
Benft r Ge)rgt etlll having the floor,
the milter went over until to-morrow
and the bankruptcy bill waa placed
before the Senate.
After Senator Hot r, by unanimous
con ent, had secured come verbal
amendments to 'he blll.S. nator George
tbovt d to strikeout all the sections that
provldo for involuntary proceedings in
Senator (ieorge said he m willing to
vote for a hill that would allow an un
fortuuats debtor to start again in life
by e surrender of bis pre pert y and
fitting an acquittal. He wai not wil
ing to vote for any scheme of invol
untary bankruptcy, tspecally when
characterized by toe harsh proceed
ing) provide I by this bill. The theory
of the bill, Mr. George said, seemed to
be that every man who became insol
vent was either a knave or a fool. That
was not a correct theory. Calamities
for which they were not responsible
sometimes overtook the most elUcieut
and energetic businessman, calamities
induced by the government, some
times by the agents of the government,
the banks. The putting of such men
into bankruptcy and taking tbe man
agement of their business out of their
own bands and putting it into the
bands ol a court was tbe worst posM
ble thing to do. Senator George ar
gned that the ettects ol the bill on tb
bnslness of the Southern States would
be ruinous. He also objected to the
bill not permitting a man to give pref
erence among creditors, such as was
allowed by the laws of nearly all the
States. It often happened that a man's
condition, even bis honor, requirtd
that he should give a preference.
Senatoi Hoar believed the bill se
cured a more favorable consideration
for tbe debtor's interest than it wns
possible for the debtor to secure with
out the bill. Senator Hoar Instanced
a nntnher of canditions and rights
which the bill secured for the debtor:
among theee, he ttr.ted, that the bill
cave the man bis freedom. It save
him $'il)0 to put in his pocket; it gave
bis family a ma ntenatice for six
months, and it saved his estate from
being "gobbled" tip by one ciejitor
after another, thus having hia business
increased by heavv cost. It gave a
day laborer a lin for his wages before
payment of the ether credit irs. The
oniy thing it did not do, was it did not
allow a ehylock to lay to the debtor:
"I will get all this property for my
self," without regard to the rights of
either tbe debtor or the other creditors.
Senator Goarge argued in contra
vention of Senator Hoar's points, and
in the couibs of his remarks raid he
bad never known of the administra
tion of a bankrupt extnte without
everybody being swindled, creditors
and debtors alike.
Senator Hoar moved to lay Senator
Georjje'e amendment on the table.
Betore the announcement o! the
vote on this motion, it being clear that
tbe result would be strongly agaiiiBt
it. Senator Hoar wished the bill post
poned until to morrow. It seeuo d to
hiui, be paid, that the opinion of the
Senate wai agtinst the fundamental
feature i f the bill, and if lie should
be of thut opinion to-moirjw he
might move to postpone the bid ur. til
December. He did notwiih to do
that without cni:.' ultation with his
colleagues on the ouiiiiittoe reporting
the lull, ile raked uuauimouH cut
sent tint the bill bo postponed until
lae vcte on rvnator Hoar s mo ion
wan vea J.-1, nats '.''. Si the Se at
deciineii to lay Senator tle-jia-'e
amendment rn tbe table. Tne Oi l
then went over unt l to-morrow.
Senator 1'lumb offer d a rslu' on
in regard to the 1'ae tic Kuiiroa ',
which wsa referred to the Committee
A resilution offered by Senator
Gdorge was at his own KUggtetion
allowed to lie over one day, providing
for the recommittal to tbe Committee
on the Judiciary of tbe bankruptcy
bill, with institutions to so amend it
es to P'ovide for volun'a'y proceed
benator Plumb called up the con
ference reroit on tbe posttifica appro
pria'ion bill, and on his motion the
Senate incie'ed on its amendment,
and reuppc iiited Senators I'lnuil),
Beck and Mahone as tbe conference
com mil tne on the part of the Senate.
On motion of Senator Dumb, the
Fenat n V -p 'he bill "to trt.
vet ;l.e a-aibi;.. u o. u. prope.ty
Senator Plumb said be would per
sonally prefer to bave had a bill in
some respects more restrictive than
the present one, but th bill repre
sented the views of the Committee cn
Tbe bill was prewd.
Senator Sherman called up the sup
elemental Chinese immigration bill
that whlth explains the meaning of
tbe original bills m Ithe same eubject
passed in 188:2 and J KM.
The bill wai pBl is reported from
Senator Sherman railed un tbe bill
to indemnify the Chinese for loesea
incurred bv the not at kkk opnog,
Wy. T. He sail he regarded it as
good policy, gocd Chii-tianitv and
good humanity to reimburse the in
Senators Cot-krell and Mitchell op
posed the bill, ai.d Senator Kdmunds
Without action upon the measure,
the Senate adjoorned.
1 be Meant.
Senator Berk, introducing a bill to
prohibit members of Cong ees from
ac;ing ai attortevs oremtilojesof rail
road companies that bold charters or
liave bad grants from the United
States, remarked that there had bsen
much crimina'ion and recrimination
in both houses about members of
Congre's being employed by railroad
companies, lhe bid, he raid, was in
tended to see if a remedy could not be
provided for the trouble.
Saoa'or Miller called up the bill
exter.dinz tie eight-hour law to letter
carriers, lie sail that the I'oitoflice
Department had ruled that the letter
c rrieis were nc;t entitled to come un
der the provisions of tint law; but
Senator Wilier law no reaions why
theeo employes of the government
should not he put en anequali y wi'.h
other employes. The bill a as passed.
DeLa'e on the bill continued at
great length, and a number of amend
ments were offered, only to be voted
down. The committee' finally rose
without disposing of the bill.
The Speaker ar-pointed Me3frs.
Blount, H'ggs and Bingham rs con
ferees on the poatoflice appropriation
bill, ami the ILusa tben a ljourncd.
El'DOIli, DE0T0 CI), MISS.
MerllDi le Coailrmn llic leare
Law-Krolnllnaa of In
illKMitaiow. ll OKKKSrONDIlXCK OF TUX 11TI1L.1
Ei'1mra, Mies., May 2t. Atnnen
thusiaitic and well-attended meeting
of the ri'ir?ns of Kudota, Mr. J. C.
White having been unanimously
elected chairman, tt e fol'owing resc
lu'ions were ailopted without oppoji
tijn: Wiikhkas, On the 10th day of
March, 1HN0, the Legislature of the
Stat) of MieelFS'ppi enacted a law to
be operative in Desoto county, and
bearing the fol'owing title, to wit:
"An act to preveqt swine, sheep add
goats from running at large in the raid
county of D&oto, State of Mietisaippi,
and to define what shall be a lawful
fence in said county ; and whereas
Slid law is oppressive and burden
some to the people in their impover
ished condition, rc-quiring the county
to be fenced at a probable erst of $4r,
000, and about $3009 per annum to
keep caid fence up and in good ordor,
and also requiring tbe people to keep
up their bogs, sheep and gouts, with
out giving them time to make lots to
keep them in, and also requiring the
people to keep other expensive fences
up to keep out cattle and horaea run
ning at large; therefore,
ftrnoliwf That we, the people, in
mars meeting assembled this 22d day
of May, 18Stl, pledge ourselves to each
other that we will not take
vantage of the Slid law tbat cn
us to keen np our stock.
as may be known to be fence
and break into our inclosu
.Kmofwf Tbat we will by
orablu means at our con
ent the execution of sai
te can have the same tei
ia ot we will oppose to tbe utmost
r j power tne levying oi any tax
"on the people by the Board of 8u-
t rviaors t) build a lenee around the
lunoivrd. That the lion. T. 8. Mc-
Harg. having promised the people
that he would not vote for any fence
law that did not contain a provision
to submit the same to the people for
ratification, and afterwaid did vote lor
the foregoing law without any such
piov Bion, be has forfeited his pledge
of honor to the people, and both he
and the Hon. f-am l'owell have, by
their support of the eaid law, betrayed
the tiust reposed in them, and so far
as they cjuld injured, liitdi-ad ot pro
tected, the people's interest and ren
dered themselves unworthy of our
support, and we pledge ourselves to
each other never to support either of
them again for any ollu e.
li'HilvrtI, That we invite our fellow
cilir.sns of Deeoto county to meet and
uni e with ns in opposing this wrong
inflicted npon us end publish the
author of Dur oppression.
A Mrheaae by Wttlrh IS.eoo llnrrels
of I'elifileam Veere Nlolca.
Bkadforh, Pa., June 1. W. N.
George of Duke Center, near here,
a prominent organizer of the Knigh'e
ol Labor, and conspicuous in bis atti
tude against monopolies, was arrested
and held to bail yesterday on the
charge of syetemntically robbing tbe
Nnt'onal Transit Pipe Line Company
for a period of three years of many
thousands barrels of oil. George tins
four oi'-wel's, the contents of which
discbarge into one tank. Nesrth's
tnnk rims one of the Transit Com
pany's three-inch pipe lines buried in
the i' run ml. This line was tapped, it
is alleged, a half-inch pipe inserted,
and led away to Georg.'s tank.
George sold bis oil toariv.il compel y,
the Ti 'e Wa'er, and, though it was a
mi tier of w uid r lhV t' o production
of hii wells was so m i. h Isrger than
those of h -iii''g' b rn, e.) i n i c ul.f
tell where t'e exra ml cane fn in
until a few ('ays tu'o, n t ie oner
if the land ou lic!i th w. laaru
"ilimted n a fe the tlis-ovi ry thai h d
titioore's arriKt, I. i- cl agi-d 'hat
I'ou'taelve hhrrel- ch d-iy me
bu' been st'ilen fo- t n-e jews, inak
ii. K a totHl cf over 13.11X) ba re's J lie
prisomr beBrsal igh r-pettiion in
tbise ctior, es: e'-is lv an. ong lhe la
boring clhsiee, and hie arnet tan-ed
In lhe l?rr ll Unju.
We difler in creed and politic?, 1 ut
we are a unit all tbe varne on the de
sirableness of a fine bead cf hair. If
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as you did in the dear "Id days.
It is worth trying. The c:;!y standard
50 cents article for tbe hair.
PTITV loptant relief. Final cnr in
- ten dur, anil nevr return.
No rnrire, no tnlve, no uipitory. buffer
r will laarn ot a (Imj.le reined 7, Ft, by
addrawint C. J. MASOJi , 78 h lutau it., S. J.
STERN, L'MIELDISH RESOI.l'
1I04 BT THE DEXOCRAIS
Of Hardemaa Connty, Who Are Op
posed to a Protective Tariff and
to the Blair Educational Bill.
Icoxicaroaoaiica or tbs arriaL.I
Bolivar, Tinm, May 2(1 -The
Democrats of Hardeman county, after
appointing delegates tot'eGub ma
torial convention at Naahvil e. and
the IemocrU) to select a Democratic
candidate for Chancellor at Jackson,
June 14, 1880, adopted the following
The Democracy of Hardeman c unty
in convention assembled declare:
First We bciie.-o in thu ouh parly
orgunization as the best and only
means of nfoning party principles
We regret the chronic lack of un ty in
Democratic party councils at Nash
ville and Washington, and earnestly
desire our Lominees for repres-nta-tives
in the legislature and in con
gress, to favor a party caucus, and
abide by and support the action of i he
Sfcund. We believe in the lowest
incasii e of taxation consistent with
the public necessities. Whether the
method of taxation be direct or in
direct, its limit should always be 'he
am .tint of revenue requisite for such
expenditures only as are necessury
for (iovernnient purposes, in the inter
est of tbe whole peop'e a'iie, without
favor to any individual, corporation or
class. We oppose any and all taxes
indirectly imposed, under our tariff
luws, for the purpose of pro
tecting or Bibsiilizirg any interest
whatsoever, believing thut any tariff
designed for protection makes the
coi.tral government both a guarantor
and insurer to a very small portion of
its people at l lie expense of their
neighbors Its purpose mid result is
simply a guarantee against loss to va
rious individuals and corporations
who voluntarily enter into what they
claim would lie a losing bus ness
without government aid, through tax
ation of the'r neighb'-rs; and, also,
in an i soring, as well, by the gov
ern T.ent of a profit to the tew peo
ple so engaged, taken from the pock
ets of the many. We desire no de
velopment of infant or overgrown in
dustries, either in our own Stito or
elsewhere, at the expense of the tax
payer of the who'e country, through
the medium of a protective tariff
which only aggregates the wealth re
fill ant therefrom in the hands of the
few owners of the iu tercets protected
If development is sought through
government aid we favor such devel
opment es tends to the distribution
ol wealth, even though it le sloaer
in reaching us, and less in its aggre
Third. We adhere to the principle
of railroad regulation enunciated in
all Democratic platforms in this Sta'e
for m-.ny years past. We desire the
utmost moderation and fairness, in
the exerciso of tho power, and would
welcome the honest and earnest co
operation of the railroad corporations
with our Legislature in securing fair
legislation to that end, at the same
time entering our protest against any
surrender of this principle at the dic
tation of the railroads in combination
with the Bepublican party at our last
Fourth. We declare against the use
of proxies in any of our conventions,
and instruct our delegation to the
Gubernatorial convention in August
to advocate the plan of party organi
uition proposed by the State Execu
tive Committee ti the convention of
Fifth. While we favor public edu
cation, and urge its cause upon our
representatives, State and Federal, we
earnestly oppose any and all meas
ures which tend to introduce the
strong hand of Federal power into the
loed and domestic oflairsof the States,
and especially into the nursery and
the echool rooin, such as the measure
knewn as the Blair educational bill,
which wears the mask of generosity,
and assumes to be a gift to tlie people,
when in fact it represents so much
money taken from them.
We do not approve th nifndicant
attitude of the States, which propose
to sell the birth-right of family and
local self-government for the pott'ge
mess of Congressional supervision,
under a measure introduc-d in the
interest of a perpetual national debt,
and a pin oracy of drones support 'd
by tariff taxation and by coup ns on
bonds never desired by the holders to
From 115 Lbs. to 161 Lbs.
To lb Cntlcurit Kent) diva 1 owe My
llenlih. My llnpiiluea ikd
A day never eotnen that I do not think and
neak kindly of the Ct'TioiiRi Hkmkdhh.
Seven year ago, all ol a dmen liuni' formed
on my neck, ranaing in aire from a cherry
itone to an orange. Tha large one were
Irightful to look at, ami painful to bear;
Seople turned anide when they law me, in
iaut. and 1 was atiau)ed to be on the
itreet or in moiety. l'h?eipian and their
treatment, and all medioine failed 10 dn
any good. In a moment of deipair I tried
theCUTHTKA KMmuKa-Ci "r:oi'RA. the great
r-kin Cure, and Ci th i ka Soar, an ei'iuiiite
Skin Deautitier, externally, and Ci Tiri'Ka
Rasm.VRNT, the new lilood Purifier, inter
nally; the Miiall lump (111 I -nll them)
gradually dinapnrt d. and the large ones
broke, in about two week, diftfhamng large
quantities oCumlter, leaving tao flight rnr
In my ni' to-day to tell the lnry of my
guttering. My weight then wa one hundred
and rHteon ickly pound; my weight now
i one hundred and iit-one lolid, healthy
pound, and my height i only five feet five
Inrhen. In my travel I praiied! the Cl'Tl
oi a Hkhkiiikh, North, tvuth, Kat and
Went. To ClITiri ra K KaRiniB I nwi MY
halth, at HArriNKaa, and ar i.iri. A
prominent New 1 ork druggist asked me the
oilier day, "Do you (till una the CtTii't ui
Humttuns: you look to be 111 perfect health?
Mytaplywa. "1 do, ar.d shall alway. I
have never know what 'irknotin i ainre I
cottiinenoed u.ing the Cctioiira KRuminca."
Sometitnea 1 am laughed at for praifting them
to people not aci imnte I with Iheir merit,
tiut sooner or lter thoy will rome to their
enel and believe the ame a thoe thnt una
1 he 111 . ha dotena have wtmui 1 have told.
May the tone come when Ihnre rhall i e a
lame Cl'TH'i'Ra Supply llooie in every city
in lhe w..r!d, for the benefit of hunianiiy,
ahere the t'l'TircRA Kkmroikk hll be roid
I'M v, " that there will be rarelv a need if
evor entering a drug store.
2111 Fulton t . New t..rk. K. V.
rt'TiiTHA KauRiura are a positive cure for
every form of Skin and Illo. d biteafe, from
Pimple to Scrofula. Sold everywhere.
Price : Ci Tier r a, Me; Soar, iV; Kisiii.vrnt,
II. Prepnn i by the Puttks Lii u a.io CllKa
ical Co., lioston, Ma.
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m kim! Haby lluiiori,iise('i'TiorRA Soaf.
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Rl', t'hest lsins. Inflamma
tion, Dilfu-ult Breathing, Asthma,
nd Soreness of the i hest and
t Pectorsl Muscle., at once relieved
and aited to a toeetly cure bv
I'm As-rt p.iy Pi i.tf; A'e
WAMFn AQKNTS.Men and Womer
Wf rt ix I til ,0 5r, ..T)B cilILU':
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ot i74 ieople; or.o 7i in a villate ot Tiiobi
new aaent !V1 in 10 days ; one in 1 succea
sive weeVs; one in dat at ;wo dlferenl
times, Frperienn not necessaty. AJdross
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th ri TM-
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6ia, Headache, Kertc- Prostration, caused
y the use ol alcohol or tobacco: Wake
fulness. Mental Depression, So'tnnlng of the
Dram, reselling in insanity and la tng to
misery, decay and death; Premature "
Ase, Ilarrenness, Loss ol Power in either
e- - Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, oaos. 1 by over-eiertioa of tne brain,
self-abuse or overindulgence. Kach box con
tains one niontu s treatment, il a box, 01
six boies for lo, soni ( mail prepaid, on
reoeipt of price. We guarrntoe Six lioxei
to cure any case. With each order received
by us for six boxes, accompanied with .r,
we will tend the purchaser our written
guarnrte 10 refund tbe money U the treat
ment doe' ot effect a cure. Oaarantees
Issued only h KKNKKRT no., Dras
gist. M.mnMi. -
"London" Trouser stretcher
Patented in Ku'ona and Uni
ted Sta'e. Stole Agents Isa
I nl tel ratntea for celebrated
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takes bnmrlaiK oat of
kners restores pantaloons to
or dinal shaie. Only patented
Stretcher combining screw r d
in combination with clauipa.
All others infrinccincrits.
Original and on y Mrelel-r
fur lrrBllenen," nae. lty
Express fesurely packed. 1'rioe f2 fll. Write
for eiroulHr". Aeents wanted in every city.
t. W. smillls A t i , Hosloii.Wa.a,
KKiiWS'N IRON BITIF.RH4 I RFI
Capt. A Q. Tremont, 18 Madison
street, Memphis, Tenn., when troubled with
bllioumess. it strengthened him so he felt
like a new creature.
Valley Lands for Sa'e Cheap
T OWN about ffvOO acies of TIMHER
I LASlSin Bolivar county, Mississippi,
on and near the line of the Louisville, Now
Orleans un I leans Railroad. 1 will either
soil in a bodv or in small tracts to suit pur
chasers. I'arlies desiring Une timber or
good In mis fir agricultural purposes are in
vited to eiiin :ine these lands before buying
else I ere. l'noe from f tol!0er acre, one-
iKinl ...i.h. huN.n.'M t II H0V teriUS With 8 lef
I rt.nl. i.Mr nnnn.n lntfre.t.
I'llu -llTT, Wn.ertlo. Viu.
KOMVMIKOM HII'IKKM BtSi:-
liie.l Me. W. A. bonder. S3 Fourth
street, Memphis, Tenn, when suffering from
Indigeftinn. lie says he could feel an im-
prnrement every dV.
A book ot HO pages,
ilie best book for
t n . mil K. K ..Inert.
newspair and estimates o the cost of ad
vertising. Theadvertiserwhowant to spend
one dollar, finds in it the information he re
quires. while lor him who will invest one
hui.dred thou.and dollars In advertising, a
scheii.e iti n.licated which will meet his
every req'ii 'einent. or can be made to do se
by slight dun.- easily arrived at by eorre
spon.lenoe. ina hundred and tUtr-three
editions i .ive been tsseed. Sent, postpaid,
to any a,i ir. iot ten rj.o. Aoi ty to U hi).
P. RiiWKl.L A ft I.. MiWtiPAlHh AD
VKKTISlNii Bi;REAI'-1'!s''rut- (Print-
BSti im.e .iiiat .
k o w v s l R o y m
prmedan Invaluable ..aiedy to M . Ml
cbscl Hirnsy, 212 Wasbini son sir. t. Mini
I his. Tenn., f .r diarrh- a s. dyspepsia, he
says it a w lilt, a charm wfien other medi
iii r -a 1
1 1 1 1 1
Htlll In thraanrkef,
209 MAIN STREET,
Oils dk: 3XTo,xr ctl Stores
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
NAPOLEON HILL, President. W.N. W1UKERSUN, VleFreBldea
II. J. LY, latttalei.
Ink City ft & Gb
BOM A UESKBAL FIRS AND JIABINE BEblXKSS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FDR6TENHEIM, WM. I. COLK, JAMES REILLY, JOHN
S. MANbFlELD, D. E. MYERS, W. D. BETUELL.
Ollice 111 ,11 ail 1 Man ftst ree te lenaplils, Tenn
JOHN REID. K. I. LEE.
IFSL. EI. LEE tSo CO.,
37G-378-380-lWi?-384-38tJ fcecond street, soath ot Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles.
Moulding;, l.nllia, Cexlnr Poat. anil Picket..
iCrab Orchard Water
BOonnlne Crab Orrhard Salts In son ted parkacos
CWAB ORCHARD r V Tg r CO.. Prop'ra
J. N. HAT, W. H. HORTOf , J. W. BAILEY.
Late of J. fci. Day k Son. Late of M each am 11 or ton. Late of Bailey k Covin gtot
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-362 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn.
L. D. MULLINS, ol UU J. R. Godwin Co. JAS. T0NQE. laU oi J. W. Caldwell k 0
MULLIWS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors&Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
( "1AP0N SPRINGS AND BATHS (Alkaline
yj Litbia Waters; also Fine Iron Waters),
Hampshire Co., W. Vs. No fogs. No mala
ria. Where the sick and overworked soon
recover, and th. well are always happy.
Send for pamphlet. W. II. WAlilt, Prop
SAILOR ftPKIXUS-A beautiful health
resort. The waters of these (tarings have
long been known for their remarkable sura
tiv. qualities. Tbe springs are seven in
namber, each spring containing different
curative powers. The bath boose is supplied
with water irom certain mineral springs.
These i aihs in connection with drinking the
water from lhe springs suited to th. invalids'
ailment act powerfully on disease. These'
different waters bave no equal for the cure of
all kidney and bladder troubles, rheuma
tism, paralysis, neuralgia, dyspepsia, scro'
ula, catanh, rhronio alcoholio poisons, fe
male weaknesses, all diseases of the liver
and spleen, hemorrhoids, dropsy and all dis
eases of the abdominal and pelvic viscera,
weak, debilitated constitutions, and as an
efficient brain and nerve tonic Ibis water has
no equal in the world. These springs sre lo
cated in Clay county, 111., five mile, north of
Clay City, a village on the main line of the
Ohio and Mississippi railway, 1(10 miles from
Kt. Louis, 218 miles from Cincinnati, 220
mites from Louisville, Ky. Kicursion tick
els for sale at all ticket offices of the O. k M.
K. E., and connecting lines. Write for cir
culars and other information o
C. E. HILTS, Proprietor.
Sailor Springs. Clav county, III.
OR AND HOTEL, ALVM NPRINMN,
Kockbridgo Co., Va. High np in the
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and beautifully shaded lawn.
Uas, electric bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
express offices on the premises. Cable the
very best. Lnxurioualy furnished rooms;
suierbbandof music. Send for illustrated
pamphlet. Charge" moderate. Open for vis
itors. June 15th. H'iifrr; Alum, Chnlybente
and rtrsioar. R.T. WILKINSON.Man'gr.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Montgomery (onaly, Va,,
Having been thoroughly repaired and hand'
Siimely furn'Shed, will be opened for the re
ception of visitors nn June 1, !. For par
ticulars apply to UEWRUE W.FaOG, Mana
ger, Montgomery Springs PostofDce, Mont
somery county. Va.
Wt.ST VIRHI .M A.
Immediately on tbe line of the great Ches
apeake anil Ohio railroad. The most cele
brated oi all the mountain rssorts, and one
of the oldest ai.d most popular ol
AMUU.'AN WATER1SW PLACES,
Will open for the season June 1st. Elevation
above tide-water. ftiiift feot: surrounding
mountains. (l feet. Pamphlets ne'cnbing
hygienic edvantigos can be had of the agent
of the C. v 8. W R. R . or of '
11 F EAKLE. Super'nteadent.
Flu'! fninmor U-irt In Amt-rlfa
Miiiiieloiiiia IIon'li, Mliu.
Oflers ncCTnriiodatlons une iualnl by any h -tel
n tbe west. Ktss, f.t per Hay: $'5 ier
lei n iui "p". -.r, ... . . - . --
month Circulars an.l fu 1 J.'"'';:"'" IT!1
promc lyoi appiicHivn to El'liKbi .MLUL,
Ma nager. St .J" in.,M i s a
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for the season of ISM, beginning
June 1st, reduced it to 60 per cent., but
the highest standard of excellence main-
USnd for illustrated descriptive pamphlet
and terms. F. N. PIKE, Manager.
italeigh Springs Hotel.
T(iW 0PEX for reception of guojts. The
IN tab'e will be supplied with the brst.
The room' are nicely f-rnisbed and care
fully attended to. JUtes-Pr njonth- tW;
per week, IT. M. H Bl RHQW A CO.
WILL be cpened June 1st. inisnoiea
watering-place is situated six miles
Jrom .T.lna Furnace, on tha Nashville and
Tusceloo.a rai road, in Hickman connty,
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at Atna,
and will convey guests to sprinis at a very
Bo.ril, 'o FPr Month t l Frr Dny.
slr-lHl Htrn so Samllle".
We invite all who wish to spend the most
EleasHiit eaon of their lives to come to
eaverdam. eJtiI1, ssekers of pleasure
and health. Uood water and pure air in
Hi nDlISTON BRON.,
Liverymen, Centreville, Tenn.
K. A.TIPSN. Pn.i.'r Centreville lintel.
HOVS 1RO BITTI'.RN HUM
restored the energy and vitality ol as.'
W. Houston, Memphis, Tenn., when wi
and emaciated from chilis and fever. Vne
bottle caused improvement.
with fall awert.
t t MEMPHIS, TENN.
A Rfmodv for nil T!ejupn nf tho lslvr KI4 fl
neri, Mtomnrn ant! Bowels. A DtwitivH
cure for 1 trap? pain. Ml
Conailpuilon. i(xie, I 1
at loiiinrj'irtH. Nog.'tiuine
micm iifMarne, i
tax teaKDuuDtii a. I
(r-'tiulne malts bo Id fnbulH.l
KIWtH V. Juyr.H, V g'r, Isoulnvtllt?. K
CH NCERY SALE
No. 5965, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Grace L. Anderson et al vs. Sal
lie M. Johnston etal.
BV virtue ol an interlocutory deoree for
sals, entered in the above cause on the
20th day cl May, 16, M. U. 52, page 629,
I will sell, at pnblio auction, to the high
est bidder, In front ot the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
piatnrdny, Jane 13, 1886.
within leta'. hours, the following described
pr.party, situated in bhelby county, Ten
The certain lot No. 8 in block 53, on the
Elan ol South Memphis on the south line of
dnd n street, fronting said street 60 feet
and running back between parallel lines 2i0
leet, upon which is erected a two-story
frame residence No. 279 Linden street. Also,
the 14 49-1U0 acres, being all that part of a
twenty-acre tract in Shelby county, begin
ning at a stake on the east boundary line of
the John Ramsey 6000-acre grant; thence
south 15 chains 40's links to a stake; thence
east 12 chains and 41 links to a stake; thence
north 16 chains links to a stake on the
south side of McLemor. avenue; thence
south 83 west with the south aide of said
avenue 12 chains and 50 links to the begin
ning the whole description containing 20
acres, more or less, and excepting therefrom
5 51-100 acres at the northwest corner, here
tofore sold to M. L). Johnston, which 5 51-100
acres begins at the northwest corner of said
tract; thence south with the east aide of
Raleigh avenue CuO feet; thence east parallel
with McLemore avenue 400 feot; thenae
north parallel with Raleigh avenue 600 feet
to the south line of McLemore avenue;
thence west to the beginning. The 14 49-100
acres so to be sold will be subdivided and
sold according to said subdivision, a plan of
which will be on file in this office before the
dav of sale. . ...
Terms ol Sale One-fourth (M) cash ; bal
ance in six and twelve months, secured by
notes with approved security, bearing inter
est fro i date; lien retained and redemption
barred. This May 21, 1HH6.
S.I. MDOrVKLL, Clerk and Master.
By ti. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Poston k Poston, Solicitors.
KROW.VN IRON BITTERS HA
been used by Mrs. Mary Hill, 2S6 Lin
den street, Memphis, Tenn., for liver trouble
and malaria with great benefit. She calls it
.specially valuable for home use.
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNK 16. 1886, we
will stll lor non-resident owners, at
Cublio outcry, on the premises, that desira
le property known as the "CISybrook Sub
division, "lying between Poplar street on the
north and Vnion avenue on the south, and
just beyond the residence of John Overton,
jr., on Union avenue. The property has
Been divided into ace lota so as to suit th.
wants of purchasors buying much or little.
It is convenient to the street cars; on Poplar
street, and the grade and road bed is being
prepared for graveling the road in front of
it on Union avenue. Ve believe it to be the
most suitable property fur residences on the
marke'. and an opportunity to buy such
property is seldom offerei. Property is
being rapidly sold for lesidences east of the
city, because it is not cut up by railroads as
in the ncrthern and southern port'ons of
the city. . , ,
TfcRMS One-third essh; balance in one
and two years, with 6 per cent, interest.
Slaps can ne seen at our office until day of
sale. OVEKTQN A GKug.Vr.N0H. Agts.
It K IT, ESTATE.
No. 4St'4, R. D. hanry Court of Shelby
county. Asa Selby et al vs. 11. J. Ho -lingrworth
virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above caure on the
fiih day ot May. 18H6, M. B. 62, p. M3. I will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
in Iront of the Olerk and .Mister's office,
oourthouse o Shelby county: .Memphis, Ten
ftntnrdny, June ft, 1HS6.
within legal hou-s, the following described
properly, situated in Shtlby county, Ten-
lhe remainder interest of the heirs oi
Louis Selby, sr., deceased, in and to lots 19
and -I', ot mock N, on the plan ot tne cuyot
Memphis, cn Ross avenue, north of Poplar
st-eet, ea-'h fronting Ross avenue 75 feet
with a depth of 14i !-4 feet.
For fuller description of the abov. prop
erty refrrence is here made to the records of
Terms of Sale One-fourth cash; balance
in six and twelve months, secured by notes
with approved security; lien retained and
redemption burred. This May 21, l!v.
o 1. Mdiow ELL, Clerk and Master.
I' v 11 F. Wii-h, Ieputy Clerk and Master.
Poston i Po'ton, Solicitors.
SSKOWK'S IROM KUTIR.S WAN
used by Mrs. Kate Stephenson, 26 Pey
ton avenue, Memphis, Tenn., in one of the
met stubborn cases of chills she ever knew
and it cured. See gave it to her children
with good results in bowel disorder and dys-l.peia.
DB. D. 8. J0USS0.'8
) MEDICAL DISPENSARY,
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
I Established in 1960.1
I R. JOHNSON ia acknowledged b all par
J ' ties interested as by far the most suc
cessful physician in thetresimentof private
or secret diseases. Quick, permanent cure
guaranteed in every easa, male or female.
Recent cases of Uonorrhea and Syphilis
cured in a f w days without the us. of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance from
business. Secondary Syphilis, th. last ves
tige eradicated without the use of mercury.
Involunsary loss of semen stopped in short s
time. Sufferers from impotency or loss off
sexual p wers restor eto free vigor in a few
weeks. Victims of s e-abuse and excessive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
loss of physical and mental power, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the DiseasM of Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the us. of caustic or the knife. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by express to all parts of tbe
g"Workingmen cured at half the usual
rates.' Office hours from 8 o'clock a.m. to 9
o'clock p.m. D. 8. JOHNSON, M.D.
stHiiu A'l BBt. aw stai-ri-ut. S-B' B ' m
Mr. Godfrey C Kubler, 412 Main street,
Memphis, Tenn.,ofdyspepsiawr.enall other
medicines were powerless to relieve it. He
It jLMjL, estate.
No. 4652, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tennessee vs. Linie B.
Taylor et al.
virtue ot an interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above cause on the
25th day of January, 18H6, M. B. 51, page
ln7, 1 will sell, at publio auction, to the
highest bidder, in front ot the Clerk and
Master's otl.re, courthouse of 6ha!by county,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Saturday, Jane 19, 188e,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in rbe bycounty,
Tennessee, to-wit: Lot 6, block 15: Be
ginning 116 feet east of the northeast in
tersection of Desoto and Elliott streets, on
the north side of Elliott street; thence
north 100 feet; east 32 leet; sonth 100 feet to
Elliott street, and west with said street 32
feet to the beginning. Sold us tbe property
ef Nosh Partoe and others.
Part of lot 14, block 6, west side of Walnut
street, 14x150 kdt. Seld as the property of
Lotfi, block 54, west side of Ruth street,
60x142 lest. Sold as tbe property ol 11. Hcr
ton, James Hunter and others.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
notes with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained redemption barred.
'Ibis Msy an. lsw.
S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
F. U. and C. W. Ueiskell, Sols.
HOWX IKON in rr Kit's Uxi
pletely eradicated malarial poison
Irom the system of the little son of Mrs.
Pesrce, 450 Poplar street, Memphis, Tenn.,
when Buffering from chills and fever. Vui
nine failed to Denefit him.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire, Wlsil. Wa(sr and I iRhtsiln
proof Suitable for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimates at factory rates,
call on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 k 440 Main St., and 21 & 23 Mulberry St.,
Headquarters for Iron Fencs and Cresting.
(iaivanired Iron Cornice, Tin Roofs i stoves.
No. 4654, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tennessee vs. Emily
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree lor
sale, entered in the above cause on tbe
14th day of May, 1885, M. B. 48, page 105.
I will sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's
office. Court-house of Shelby eounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Nairn-day, Jane 10, 1886,
within legal hoars, the following described
property, situated IniShelby eounty, Tenn.,
Lot 13. block 5, Brown's subdivision,
fronting 80 feet on the east side of LaRose
street, and running back 175 loot. Sold as
tbe property ol Emily Sackett, W. W. Luck
ett and others.
Part of lot 7, block 63, southeast corner of
Gayoso and Hernando streets, 25xtiS feet.
Hold as the property of the Workingmen't
Building and Loan Association, E. liucbig
nani. Part of lot 9, block 63, east side of Her
rando street, adjoining Carter, 45x135 feet.
Part of lot 9, block 63, east side of Her
nando street, north of Maydwell's, 35x115
Let 2, block 45: Beginning st a point on
the south side ot Beale street, 52 feet east of
the corner of Beale and Causey streets;
thence southward with Johnson's line 78
feet: thence eastward 25 feet; thence north
ward 78 feet to Beale street: thence west
ward with the south side of Beale street 25
feet to beginning. Sold as the property of
Roroo Boggiana and others.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
note with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This May 20, 1S86.
P. I. MoOOWKLI., Clerk and Master.
ByH.F. Walsh, 1). C. and M.
F. B. an d C. W. Heiskell. solicitor.
BKOW.VN IRON BITTERN ftKF.AT
ly benefited Mrs. M.C. Yuckley, Mem
phis, Tenn., when troubled with liver dis
order and indigestion. She regards it as a
standard family medicine.
0i is ve.tr s at V "trt tUc2, rtOw ii
. f4fulm tdncktM tod ltH qun6M pbTaa xm tM
noLfuouWul, m hi praeiiw will proTf
Cure, all formof PRIVATE.
CHRONIC nd SESUAI XUSi
Sycrnit-torrhei and tmputencyt
t!n- rMult of Mlf-abuM In ymiUi, ""ami i"fnti u M
..i-jt jin, or Mber ciur ul prwlucing mmttot a.. -cir.
tAtt o!lr't!i NrrvtMifltiefa ttcmiflfti KmtsfJoti 'a-. .itJssV
imi l iratnl. Dimoc ftf 'Mf.bU PeffCiive Wcrs - TLj-t-l
Vmr Fimiikioc Fw IvrrrUv V- tiflewty f Fftni'tt,
'tnfjHtiB' rt :c, Keul Prwer. c . mideiDf
Btrria' ln.imi-T r anhcnj r Uiorousrhh oi ptTtbsr-
,.u-; .urrd. &YPHIIiIS'0',,lI,urt,
GLEET. Strictur. '.IrcbiUt, Bfniit .?r Hinn
:,s .uJ Li'T private dit4 quichlj curad
H lr tWr-avMt'at that a ihy alriao who parafr,aittcoQa
t- a cr'JiiQ cl or llwattti, an1 trraUuR thciandt udc.
li.f. ariiiwai fm aktll PhjaHana knowing Oiut tact
t'tHAirai'ti'' psr'no! to my ar H hm iti tnnfrtti 31 14
i-.t-bf "ty trtmnt- itjeda-iti uar. priiaiaif
nil 'jrly by lull or ipreaa aayvhtn.
xIwsch GaAraDtv4 ix 11 Cams
.ti.i.:ia!ii-ii i-rTsxnialr it b Mt tm oa
.iir aiiafilfl u0 .josapoofieoc KncU wraaLisfca,
't fxH: 4cnv tii to mny aW-B ror fatou fw .".hm
.'- ;tn: Sliouli t mi, Adilrcw al a:
Bw r,t,rK. " a . H. V a T. k. Hwttoay, 1 ta . T '
Ko. 2Lr. R. D. Chancery Court of Shelb
county. Harriet K. Smith vs. M. Owen
HY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale entered in tbe above cause on tbe
l"th daj of May, 1SSS, M. B. 52. pge 5i7,
I will sell t uublic auction, U the high
est bidder, in front u the Clerk and Master a
office, courthouse 0! She by eounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
NMHrdnr, June 12. lss,
within lejal bouts, the following described
property, situated in Shelby county, Ten
nessee, to-wit :
Lots 1, 2 and ft, of the subdivision made in
this cause in the year 1S7. aj shown by re
tort filed herein April 12, IS74.
Lot 1 fronts south side of Hayoso street ii
feet, with a depth 01 about 120 leet.
Lot 2 fronts same s-treet 3i ftet, with about
the same dtptu. .
Lot 6 fronts same street 30 feet inches,
with a depth of about i feet.
To the plan of subdivision reference is
her. made. ...
Terms of Sale On a credit of sn, twelve,
eishteen and twenty four months, purchaser
eiecutins notes with approved seouriiy bear
ing i terest from da'e; i,rn retained and re
demption barred. This May 21, lvi.
S. I. Mr.DuWKLL. Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Dsi uty Clerk and Master.
Poston k Poston, Solicitors.