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SIEMPHIS DAILY A?PAL-EBIDAY. JULY 23, 1888.
w the rotiritAL ISSrES OF
local and Ratlonal-' Bob" Tajlor
Peterlnr Onl-Ewn East Tea
etwee igalaflt Him.
Mormstowb Gazette, 21st: The
Democratic prfgi ol Ksst Tennessee,
than wh'ch there is no better indica
tor of the people's wishtsj or the par
ty's welfar', may be located as follows,
touching Bjb Taylor's) candidacy for
roSTlTLOl! A0iIKT titloi:
Bristol (ovrirr. Greenville DuUrlin,
Bristol Mcporter, (ireenville Ihmocrat,
Johnson City Vomrt, Rogersvllle ,
Clevel'dflimnfriW ul, MIli" Oattile,
Hhra County Urict.
Borne in the list oppociau Taylor
have candidatas of iheir own, bat even
niththeeecntof the wsy they would
not favor Bob's nomination.
Columbia Herald: The question as
to whq sbnU be (to.ornor Is no! a eec
liofiftltast tt. It is one far beyond
that and the man i the object of to
ooiry, not the ro tinn of the State he
livmin. Mr. McDowell is pot can
didate for Ojvrnor, M the term is
Wtrftlly t"H, but he is Democrat
who has always anowered the cl '
the ptrty, a good cit'n, ft poou law
yer, a Lrrfuind" Ui-nker, eaaer and
PintSet in attempting ti advaoce the
interests of the entire Slate, and one
Of tho foremost men in ttns good
county.- Men like unto Mr. McDjwell
sjhould be Bought for. Tln'y do rot
th'UBt tfienisolvts f irward unhidden.
In bringing li s nmno to the notice cf
the though ful men ol the KUts we
leel tbat we are iloinu a service to the
gta'e at large. Not a profassioual oillce
seeker, young, scuve, w th a mind
well stored aod balanced, the progres
fie thinkers of the party will do well
in bear In mind E. 0. McDowell as a
nuitnb'.e and eccep'ablo candidate.
Til a Clm'tsnnnga Timn says of Mor
ileoa'a propos'tion to pny out all
money io ttie Treasury ovar tU 0,000,
003: It wis a blow aimed at Mr.
Clevflln id and Mr Mantling, Intended
to break dwn their treasury policy
and forci out. In paymeDt of bonds
thedo iiuut silver collars now rcla
t.vily l.h Kold, eauh wntb.intrins c
a'ly i 4 ee ts an J a fraction.
Tina Irnra tbe Virsburg Herntd is
w ith att-ntion in Memphis: These
electinrs are more imp r ant U Vicks
burners than any other. They touch
our icturM'S more nearly and involve
tho (uturo welfare of the city. If we
hsvja badly givernul, huh taxed
city, we w r at a sr. at dirwlvantaire,
r-i'i i-Jinnut prosper as rapidly as if the
.,e Is true.
the viciouH State bank ystem
dvo: atflS, tbe A'lauln Conntilutbn
; A Hyetem f S;ate baokti, oper
gund 'rwso law, will he noees.
Defoie niHiiy jerne to give the
, iple of UeofRin aid the whole
jr.try a lafo and sound local cur
Mobbihtown, (Tenn ). Gazettt nys:
The Taylor tide h rrC'il ng. B b will
be leit hiiih and diy and his o d Ta'la
pooa sruasheit noon tbe rorki. " "
The conduct "f eertsin Iiemocrtic
givernrnei t odic a s at Kn xvilie, in
taking gre t iuierist in piimnr e, was
' bririr nj disered't upon ho Demo-
crtic pn''y BUJ bnrting the 1'resi
dent' pjiiey of civil tervice nf jrm.
" Reilvimu to one of the New York
Tribune't ordinary fnllacie, tuo Kich
mond(Va.) Slate rays: U 1b sign!
cant that, si tar as e-l' conjoeiure
lrom the Trikunc'f article, thu s eel
makers, In aRre 'trig to raipo the pries
o! steel 30 cent., did not a bo agree
to la'se ibe wsgaa ol iheir employes 30
Richmond (Vs.) Whig: The current
impretsion that the Pieeident has a
club in eonk for the liver and haroor
bill has dried up the ravigaMe expec
tatiens ot a number ol important
Streams In the backwoods diutnuta.
Tabucm! (Ky ) Xein: The bad bn
mar ia'ih" Henkte ovr tho butter bill
is supposed to have its origin at the
RflciitRTKB lleniid: This givern
ment suit ag vinst the Bell To'ephone'
Oompiiiiv is ol inuch moie eonse'
quenre to the public then tho (iarland
cho is. ism me attention oi uis po
plo tins been cunningly diverted fioiu
the former to tue latter by tne euil
nent lawyers and powerful organs of
tbe gieat monopoly.
Ksw Oiii.tANS .Vcim: A proper
tb u i deratonu is needed at b ith ends
ol th'i Cnpi'olJ building to clear the
tin 'Biili. ro. KepresentatiVts mo
iUtieiiiN like cofteiiiioiiirHre, and Sen-
atora abuse each other like listiwives.
Nxw Ohleanh Picayune: It is to lie
Tec ret "ed tbst in the multitude of
counselors on the subject of recoU'
B'rtictifin of the navy there is not wis
ihmi etionvh to pioeure an appropria'
HsiiNAnno (Visa) Tinrn: In M'a
si'sippi politics the word independent
is a misnomer the Irult-purulent cn
tliilitte is the uw st dependent indi
vijnul known among us.
Even some of the country ts well
as city papers cnmlernn the oleomsr
garine bill as favoring one industry by
dettroving aimther. The Nashville
Jfiititirr says: The object was to kill
the new industry of tuittenne manu
facture, and R3 pOHltive prohibitory
legislation wits out of the question, the
end was sought to bu gained by a tax
heavy enough to take thine imitation
bntter products out ol competition
with butter end probably prevent
their manufacture a.U gollur.
Naiivii,i.e i,'(in?iT: We admit that
the litmner'i etlortB to reform tho cor
rupt penitentiary system cost this pa
per several thousand dollars in court
otls, lawyers' foes, etc , and this loss
was entailed largely through the in
rtrumentality of the editor of tlm
Imiim, who, with his corporation, beut
very energy to defend crime and cor
ruption. Little Rock Drmwral: The estab
lishment of an agricultural bureau in
imperatively demanded by the best in
tenets of the State: the Democratic
paity is pledged to it, and our welfare
and progress will be greatly retarded
if the coming Legislature fils tj
promptly and liborally meet the de
mand. Little Rock Ikmverati If there was
any purpose on the part of the eminent
corporation lawyers to put a stop to
the scandalous practice of members of
Congress serving corporations whose
interests they must frequently consider
in their official capacity, they would
Lave igrced to the Beck bill.
Kkoxviub Tribune ; The Rspubll-
cans are already expr win dissn
polntment with their candidate for
Governor.- His Knoxvllle ipsech did
not come up to their expectations.
AH Taylor ia a very good de
declaimer, bat . when he comes to
make a logical speech he is not there.
Kabbvilli American: Tbia Is the
natuial ro'oltot the Mngwnmp's nn
fortiSiate aituation. Having deserted
one party and being rcorned by the
cWr, he Is a political outcast and
hates everybody because eveiyhody
despi-es him. lie is a harmless
creature, but he is getting tiresome,
Nashville Union: Tbe question now
is: What are we going to do with the
convicts when tbe leaas system is
Nabhvillb American: "Nearly all
tbeNewYo'k dailies a'e Htto-ly at
war with each other. Tbe Tribune, the
Timniths Sun are dicing each
oilier wit'u awix4 kr?r"y nj
Star, the Sim and the AtO doing
the same." This is good in a laiu
vil e paper; ray Nnsnville for New
York, and change Tribune, etc., to
American, llanner and Union, and there
you have it.
Kom Bvi M.K Reporter: The Blair Kl
ucit'tonal bi 1 wih prove a boon of iai
price Jo the Su'h and to many
keek to ftupiue it ia a rnyst- ry. Any
one who kunwe the dilapida'ed con
dition of Southern arh ol funds and
thon seeks to keep this fuud away
from the poor and ignorant dtservei
polttiral ob ivioo, wnicb. will be his
portion sooner or later.
SoMHftVUXf Reporter: The mist de
cent thing Iht ti izens of Shelby
county can do at the A must election
is to nut a million pound weight on Q.
1. M. Tamer. A good deal lies
weight might hold him down but bad
pennies wid pop up.
HOBUAN AND THE FEXt'K
He Will Boat Chalmers br OneTbvn
! Vol mora Tbita He baa
To the Editor! of tho Appeal :
Day's, Mts1., Ja'y'21. Tho Appeal
Ib lead, 1 euppwe, by mora peis ins in
I), ho to coun'y than any othtrpaier;
therefore 1 wish to pen a few thoughts
in its columns, if acceptable, on the
fence qneiiim. The pasaHgo of a law
by tbe last Legislature nf Mi-sissippi
making thiee wires a lawful fence cre
ated quite a ronration among the peo
ple, giod, lrtBn dilTrring as to tho fx
pernancy of eucb a law, hence I wish
to show the propriety of tbe law and
demonetra'o the er at expense saved
to the county. Our wealth and pres
peiity depand on tbe lands we cu'ti
vate, every other lnteiet dwindles into
insignificance contpired to it; in fact,
they live andf uppo t oi auricolturo,
and every Uxlr expanse on it I a lax
on lnbor and educes ilie prod s ac
cirdinirlv. ard, st:ange to say, a peo
ple, four flfirB of whom are tillers of
tbe soil, want t j continue this all cam'
brous and expensive fence. But lot us
demonstrate and show the cast of each
To fence 10 acres with r'i, makirg
a lswlul fence, it Ukeo :152 pan- Is, 10
rails to iho - raie', :ir.O rails, at
$2 per 100 $70 40, or 7 01 pr acre
To fence 10 acrt a with firee wires it
will take 5JH nonndK of wiie st 0 c jnts
per poaml $j1 tS ; 2i2po.-ts at $1 per
100, $2f2; U Btt the post, Jl per
100. ,12 03; ti put the wire up 2
To al. 4:i!1 62. or 13 IIS per sere, a dif-
frenee in facr ot the wire lonro lor
10 a rvs ol 62. lo fence 40 acres
nth mis will take 7i'4 panels, or
040 rai s. at i2 per It 0. 1 140 HO. To
f nee 40 acres with 3 wiies takes 1050
pounds of w re at 0 corns per pound,
1(13 30; 5HH poBt t-t $1 per H'0, 15 88:
to s t them $. Hi.al )1 per ltK); to put
up wre. 14 0(1. Total. 179 12. a diuvr
ence la javor the 3 wiie fence of 161 08
r lenco, tHU anrea witn rails taies
281(1 pimrit. olr".'8.1(i0 rails, at $2 per
ill), tottf 2D, or to cents per acio. io
f.'iue 040 acre w tu 3 wires take
4224 pounds rf wire at 0 cenls per
pound, tm 44 ; it hikes 23 10 iu s at
$1 per 100, t23 40; to (et the ; o4 at f 1
oer liw. izj tti: to out no the wire.
I6. -r.hil, $::ifl 30, or nearly 60 cents
per a rs, a itltterenca lu lencing
a secti n cf .'40 84 In favor of
tho three wie lenc- I think there
are about IM0 sec bns in the county
and with tno necesnprv diviflions cf
fields, lots und roliids this diff, r
ence, alt: r providing for the "dear lit
tl animals, ' will amount to at least
1300 er section on au average all over
the county, npe-egating $228,000 to the
county. Would no' tms help somo.
io.-ute tue i'iok-1, Baving it lanu ana
repairs. The old mil (encs requires n
lenat 10 ror cent, ol Ibst c t per an
mini to keep up repairs fiom wvarde
ray, tiro and walnr. The thee wire
feuce, Willi gold prgt, wid last tea
years with vtry little repairs. Now
Messrs. K litora. while I favor and pre
fer.tho three wire lerce to tho old, tho
trno principle of "equal and exaul
justice to all an ppou al privilege to
none." would make every man take
ca'e rf hia own stock.
J. B Morgan is all r'ght and will re
ceive lUCO vot s more than Chalmers
in Drsoto.no w ttietanding those rtSD
luliouD of a few dUauected.
T. A. U0DS0N.
HIIMU UIMBt BY '.iVOK.
I bu t boanl It rU that a ItI henil,
And a horl tlinl know no iiuakiiiK,
Aro th iIuuki juu ncoil, if yuu wuulu U0'
Inn proper uc JcrUklng.
I would hitva yna know tlmt It tu nut fo
ltut vou ni-fd nttt iiiiaII nr nuaver
Thi-ro n a (o;jun tribo iv ho, will jeer and
Vor kiins gw by favor.
If it mnn anurr to po.ii'lon hlvher
ltian hi prepont humblt ulatiun.
Ho miM tiuw unit rompo like a jHckknupo,
And Mulunit to ih:tri' diotHtion.
From iho ifiih hivt that of pt niiiy bot,
Who will litriVM In mul him WAKt-Y
n it h o'ur d dtil uht, M
For kip.inir uo oy t.
Thouuli h" ho't I I'.- io-tr
Yht rtlxiTe thi ' .'i.'.i in
ud hi mind ni"i;i-u nni
As BtreiHi 9 lr. ii h orvi
l'nl hi' holii.' tuthc I"
Who nf iirtdi ru I ri.-hi-.-II
o will h.vo .-m.i I . Si .1;
will scoff incite.
i liir i.iiiiM.-iihere
. in. lain .
in. -..ill p ire
.1 f unl.v.n,
. IIt ihwuii
i.i in ii no si eat ad-
For ki.nin gne by I-1 '
Hut if he ohould ho ot hlth uodifrat,
Or wonlihr 'iouifi bo liyi
If h bo well drrinsd, And upoB blf brit
Is a dinmond or a ruby,
AfkmK what he will, he ran hay bis Oil,
Thumb he be the vrie-t rhayer;
With pro!iln leud, friend will round
Fur killing toes by faror.
Thiire it much red Up yon cannot ecape,
Obairtictioni to be turra iunled :
Dut the Uiil ani beat you uioit daily meet
Need nm lie here reoounted.
It ii imite rnonirh to aay that rouih
And cutling m any urafer,
Ia tiie road you'll Uke, if a Dame you'd
For kiisini tool by favor.
UsaPOZODONT when you have eaten j
Use SOZODONT jour breath to sweet
en; Use HOZODONT to aid dig-stion ;
Use SOZODONT and ask no question,
Preaeive your mo n a and vou won't
liegrol the use of SOZODONT.
THE DEMOCRATIC LEADERS
OF THE HOUSE, RIND ILL, MOR
RISON A&D CARLISLE,
Standing Im the Way t Prevent Cur
rency, Tariff, Judicial, Land,
Naval and Other Reforms.
New Yobk, July 20 The Herald's
Wellington correspond'-nt aenda the
following eensationa' letter: Speaker
Car isle, Mr. Morrison and Mr. Ittn
da 1 are tbe leader of the Democratic
party in the House. It taioftin been
asked during the alow progress of this
long saeein what was their plan of
campaign, but nntil ve y recently
they have cuonirgly and tucccssfnlly
concealed it. Within the last ten days
only it has bf vn to be developed,
and a very cuwtu p ot it Is which
they have been engaged in
When Corgri'M c?tnbl?(l efrta'n
reform! were confidently looked, (or
from the Domocratic majority, and as
the Speaker, Mr. Mo:r!eon and Mr.
Kaodull aq I'te three leaders ot th?
llooee,ahil in this llouse In a pecu'l jr
ufgrea tbe originating and loading
men cf tbeir party, upon them res ed
the responsibility fur ptessingtbwe re-
I.irms. tut Uongress ntd not been
long in st-ssi n wheu it was pe ceived
that th'se threa DemocrKtlo generals
wore all extremal; Jealjhaof an J op
posed to Vne edmlnie'ratlin. That
.-rs was an am ar nt bitter onniei-
tion a so between Messrs, ui nsio ana
Moriison on tbe one side and Mr.
Randall on the other served only to
deceive lockt rs on.
It beeins n-jw to be aeon that how
ever the three miiiht dii-li' eeacho'.hpr
they were solidly united agnnst tbe
President and the administration, and
this is shown by the results of tho 836
sion: . .
Firdt The President recommended
currency reform but the three leaders
of the liou-e prevented It, and tlius
gave tbe adminiHtrat on a black eye.
Second Tue Piesidsut reooramend
ed tariff reform as neco sary for the
revival of prieperity. Tbe Speaker
and Mr. Morrison adroitly put oil'
tariff di-cusaion nntil more than six
nion.hs after the beginning of h ees-
eion, and wiien it was mucn too ta e
to hope lor ac tion by Dotn nouses,
when finally tnev bad for decency's
suke to ask toe llouee ti consider the
question, Mr. Randall stood ready to
revent mis. lie rnereupjn loiro-
dacd another tirill btr, which, of
toufre, lies uncopsidered. Anotber
black eye for tbe Pretident,
Third The rreeid-nt recommend
ed as urgently needed soms measura
to relieve the prtemira ot business ia
the Supreme ujurt. ilie pessige
of any mossure lor ih;s purpose would
have given the President ti.e appoii.t
ment of a number of Jndves, aud, ac
co'dii'gy, Messrs. Cirlitle, Morns in
and Hipdall have not even allowed
such a bill to "peon" in the House.
Another b'ack eye for the President.
Fou'tu A rjtormoi tue monstrous
and danger ms abuse wuich bad
grownup in the man gonent of the
Iad Ulh'te was urgeuiiy uemsniie.i,
aud ihelnt-ror Depa tmwnt called
for the repeal of certain bad laws and
change in others ard an inert asa of
fore in the Laid uiuxe to enaoio tne
ndoiinia'rat'on t) make this reform
t ior.uiz.il. It wn a seen by everybody
tha1. 1 11 c.ive and honert aork in the
direction of land r.form would re
dound greittly to the credit of the ad
ministratis in the West. According
ly the tnree lHadcrs in the House
mataired tint t'ie needed loalatien
should he dilayi dro lung tbat it is now
sure t) f .ail en irely, and at the tame
time tho increased clerical lores was
refined by them to the Land OlIUo.
Ano'her b ack eye for the President.
Fifth I'he pis-ai;o ol the Oklahoma
hill and ofeevtral other measures
lootliw to ri form in Indian b flairs was
advisable, 1 ut the admimstra'ion
would have gained great civdit tn tu j
West by ca ring out t!ie-e reforms,
while it is oniliurasii d in Its action
by thoir failure, and acending'y the
Hires lmociat r. leaders t ave man
aged to she've I ml an reform alsi.
Another ble.ck eve fur the rnsi tens.
Sixth Tho Preaidont and the bec-
retnty of tho Nvy u gjntly recim
mtnileda iiissureto reorgan'r.e the
Navy Department, and it is an admit-
mltted fact that wit lout thori uiih re-
orgm;zati-.m it will be dilllcnlt, if not
imp s ioie, i ir me oamH isi-anou vu
build new eh ps or cure for tbe pr s-
ent navv elhc ent'y and ecnouilcHlly
Ac ordinijlv, thu tiireo Dem ciatic
1-adtT.sof tlioJ I um have taken caro
Ilia", no rrorg n r. tion bill should
even gut a hearing. Ano.hor black
eve for the Pr-sii'eut.
ievontu iihvii g inus in tne cour.-e
of six montlis of tin BiMHnn rontuved
with unfC upulmn inuenuity ts defeat
every in-am-e o' po n y from wtilcn
thi) President and his Cabinet ould
hoexpfcteii to rea; any credit or
g t ry with the country, thj three con
hiiirt -ifl. Mi SB' s CVlhile, v'o'riBon
and Randall, were at lnt retdy to
sioiv tho r t amtfl. Mr. lUnilall puH
liciy annnuricrd that "llito wings
of the party would hereafter flap to
gther." 'i'bey eummoned tne Urst
T mocrotic caucus of tlieasion, but
allowed it to do nothii g except ap
point theiii"elvi 8 Meshr?. Carlisle,
Mo risen ai d Riini'uli a coram tt o
to dei 'di wt it'. biiBiuess tbo Hou e
should take up.
llav iu thi s the power in their own
hauls they lug n io develop thoir
plot. Puttuig i fl all nt h nr nie.iBUios,
even apprnprint n billu and land fn
feituro'S tlv y igroed tuut Mr. Morri
eon 8'iould prohtoit for coiiHidi r t;on
11 b' of all Lis leit.lu i hi depriving tho
Tnasurv Department ol tbut autlur-
ity and d fcre ion in t ie ainuiigeiiieiit
ol t'ie financ's which Ihh tioxn pw
lesaidbyit b nee the foundation, of
the g ivernment. Ti.e Tieasury l as
hai neen manngul under the present
ailmii is r tmi witli a ek. 11 and suc
cibboI wtiicb tbo D mic a.it pa'ty
has a light t ) bo pro id, and hii li tiai
won the pniNe and Ci nQ lento of tho
wh In country. Un n kily for thn
three Democratic conrpira or, t i pre
vent leginUtiou was no; ei oogh f r
them in V is cast). To give tiie Presi
drnt another blin k ee it was necea
B.try 1 1 cripple the Tn as iry.
Accordirgly they ng-ood that Mr.
Morrison eh u'd ask the House to cm
Bider his reso'u-ion. Did Mr. HmiUU
ouce more r se to oppose and Ucf. at
considerati on? Oh, no; tbia time he
was the npen'y active helper of Mes-ri.
Ca lisle and Motr eon ; the two wings
of the par y flapped t gtl or and lur
monious'y gave another black eye to
the Prea dent.
There remained one more measure
out of which tho adminietration might
gain some credit the bill for sea
coast defensor. Two commiraions had
reported the absolutely defonseleea
condition of our gnat seapoita; they
bad elaborately stud ltd the great
ques' ion and reported in detail what
was required, and the report cf tbe
army, naval and civil engineorB bad
the support of all w ho were competent
to fudge of its propiait ons iu and out
rf Conirreee. Thev recommended the
execution, dur.nu a 8 r ea of yearn, of
a well formed plan of defense. Uon
Viele, a Demorratlo Representative, a
West Point graduate and enrineer of
known skill, asked for f 10,000,000 to
begin this neces-ary wcrk. The three
cocspiratora offered $450,000, bat,
fearful leet the Prea dent ebonld get a
little credit from the expend' ure of
even this paltry earn, they contrived
another black eye for bim and hn ad
minUtiation. They wcu'd give the
$150,000 only on the cond.tion tbat
it should be controlled and expended
not by ths War Depirtmect, bat by A
board, cne of which should be ap
point d by Mr. Carlisle by the three
conspirators, that is to siy one by
the presiding cllicer of the Ssra'c, a
R publicun.an lonly one by the Presi
dent. Now, pray notice what happened.
A point of order wss made ia tbe
Hoare against tbe propos:t on, there
upon tbe following buld confession
stands in tbe official record:
"Mr. Randall I hope the gentleman
will not insist upon that point of order.
If he does he will only mske neces
sary an effort to ieiue the amount
"Mr. R -ed, r f Mains -The a,ount
now ia the bill?
"Jfr. FaqdB,U-.7rg. We are not
wll'tng that tbia moi ey sball he ex
ptndoi under the con'rol of tbe de
Aod a Utile l&tsr, Mr. Raodill seeing
that the fir.u.o would reject the com
mis don, actually gave notice tbat he
WQUia move i reduce the appropria
tion io $100,000.
His beyond dlsputa that ii mosbis.
Caris'e, Morrison and Kundall had.
bstn Republican lotd- rs in a R ipub'.t
iin House they could not have done
moio than it is shown above they
have ac ually done to cripple, disable
and bring into contempt the Demo
cratic President. They have cunning
ly and unscrupulously pieven'ed tho
BUcoefB of every mea-ure from tbetx-
ecution ot which the administration
nrght have gained credit with the
c uutry, and, having thus put the
President in sdl, bo ti sp ak, they
have proceeded, by the M irtisoa reso
lution and tbe nt'empted Fnriitica'.ioas
Coromiseion, t3 han'tcud him.
Rule or ruin set ids to ba the motto
of the p;aker and his two allies.
Back From Ilia Ftablug Trip.
Naw Yohk, July 22. Joe Jefferson,
the veteran act r, and li s wife have
just returned from aea'.mon fishing
tr p ti Ca"ad, where they bad tbe
fiuestol sp jrt. Mr. Jefferson is now
renting at his borne on Saddle
Biook, Hohokns, New Jersey, and re
lates with much enthusiasm bis ex
periences In O nada. Some of the
finert specimens sent home were
taken by Mrs Jefferson.
l-rronlmo'l Vamp Narprlsed.
San Francisco, Oai.., Ju'v 22 Act
ing Adjutant General McKever re
ceived this morning a dispatch that
Capt. Lawton, witi his command, had
surprised tie oidmo's camp on the
Yongi river, b ut 1E0 miles snu h
weet ot Oampas Sonora, or nearly 300
miles eouta of tbe Mexican boundary
lino, captuiing all the Iudian property,
i. c udiug a Targe quantity of dried
m-tt and nin teen h r8s.
May he Increased, the Dlgcsllvo organs
Itrenglhened, and tho Bowels regulated,
6y taking Ayer's rills. These Pills are
purely vrgoUble in their composition.
Tliey contain neither calomel nor any other
dangerous drug, and may be token with
perfect safety by persons of all ages.
I ws a great sufferer from Dyspepsia
and Constipation. I hnd no appetite,
became greatly debilitated, and was con
stantly allllctPd with Headache and Dizzi
ness. I consulted our family doctor, who
prescribed for me, at various times, with
out affording more than temporary relief.
I finally commenced taking Ayer's Fills.
Io a short time my digestion aud appetite
my bowels were regulated, and, by the
time I finished two boxes of these Fills my
tendency to headaches had disappeared,
and I became strong and well. Darius
M. Logau, Wilmington, Del.
i I was troubled, for over a year, with
Loss of Appetite, and Oenernl Debility.
I commenced taking Ayer's Pills, and, be
firn ttnNlilnir Imlf a box of this medicine.
my nppctlto ami strength wero restored.
'C. O. Clark, Danbury, Coiiu.
' Avcr's Tills are tho best medicine
knoivn to me for regulating tho bowels,
and for all dUcaics caused liy a disordered
Stomach and Uver. I suffered for over
threo years with Ileadiiche, indigestion,
and Constipation. 1 bad no appetite, and
Was weak aud nervous most of the time.
three boxes of Ayer's Tills, and, at the
sumo time dietlnf myself, I was com
pletely cured. My digestive organs are
bow In good order, and I am In perfect
jiealtli. Philip Lockwood,Topcka,Kans.
Ayer's Tills have benefited ire wonder
fully. For montlis 1 minercd imm ludl
gest'ion and Headache, was restless at
nielli, and had a bad taste In my mouth
every morning. After taking one box of
Ayer's Fills, all these troubles dlsap
ncarpd. tnv food dlirested well, and my
Sleep was refreshing. Henry C. Hem
ii'iiwav, Rockpoi t, Mass,
; I was cured of the Tiles by the use of
Ayr's Pills. They not only relieved me
of that painful disorder, but gave me lu
srrnsed vipir, and restored my health.
John Lazarus, 8U John, N. U.
frrnarrd bv Pr. 3. C. A yer fc Co., Lowell, Mm.
Sold by allbruKglaU awl Dualcrs iu alwltclna.
DR. C. McLANE'S
UK hUKK YOU usi inn objuibii i
CounterfetU are made in bt. Louis. Mo
I WILL receive bids until 10a n., Aagnst
2. 18. for the cleaning out and r"Tiog
the din from oneciitrn In the Ooerthoufe
yard. All dirt to he removed front the prem
ies by the contractor. All car to be ten
to preserve the wnll ol the cistern. The
right to reject any bid is rceried.
' 1)V0. BLAUOUIJiH, Chairman.
The most wonderful Pain-Curer the world las ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous '
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castcrla.
in k hi
PAHL0R AND CHAPEL STYLES, 825.00 A1JD UPWARD.
ew-TERMS Cash, or tasy Monthly Installments. Write tor IllutrtodCataloga.-Ml
. HOUCK. db
SU1.E ACKJf TS FOR
POTo. BOO IVCalxi St.,
No. 101 Union Street, Maih-vlll.
M. 0. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission .'brch'kj
No. 2T6 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN
(lotto.. Wortioniar Sfoa ) i.o4inA. rtotov atr
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocer?,
Wo. 30 Front Mlret. I
ILLY. ROPER & BEILLY
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
No. Sa Wain NtsMsf, Whvomo Rlook.
3E3. 3..KE &CO.s
376-378-380-382-384-386 hecond street, south ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shing'.ei
SfonlfSlnsr. I.th. VnAnr
HLKDtohj HKOs., of tomo, HIub. I
RS and 358 Trout Ktrt MffTOPir. Tfiwui.
r. a. ALSTON,
z. ; (BOWE1X,
ALSTON, GE0WELL & CO,
And Commlaaioo Kerchauta. Hay, Corn Oats, Braa. Chop Feed, OlI-MeaJ
L!m. Cement. Plaster. Bulldlu-j and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and TTnlon, 1
last AMD PIsUIINChMIIX. HATl-IARD.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingleo, Flooring, Celling ana toaar t'osw.
(HUtJCESSOKS TO n
Old Stamle No. 0
HILL. FONTAINE fc 0!
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocsrs
SU0-fiS8 ITront St., Meisspliia, Tenn,
nn i i?f.'
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchank,
Ifo. 11 6 Son til Tttatn St.. St. Liml.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos, Srtilitz Brewing Gompanv,
MEMPHIS BUANCU, TOHSMAa
S. ROES CHER. Agent, Memphis, Ttmn.
OF THE WORTH"
Ho. 1100 Olive trivt, tit. Ijonla,
JOHN I,. ioCLELLAN.
Pot wnrt ttrt
i in ii "'TV
A (MiariJJi'r, KeeliteBt Partner.
H. B. HACRT.
Howard's How. Memphis.
BACH AM A IIORrOK)
Union St., Memphis.
ef sjeisipble Braticb, 1M,0M Hesrf
TS fore: ally opunsd, oBdertheaewn'anaat-
nent of A.TV. Kivot yoiamDui. mi...,
h. W. Dut. This well
known waterint pleoe.ls ,'tnJ tyX',
of the Loaitville and Nashvi'l B.R., tnirty
three miles north of, Birmingham. Hot
Baths and Balphnr Baths a spoial feature.
Thue waters are too well known to need
further notice. For cireular; and further in
formation apply to Oeneral Manager, a.
KINW. Hf.ra reanonap'B.
WILL be epened Jnne 1st. This noted
waterinr-place is situated six miles
Iromtna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuioaloo.a railroad, in Hickman oounty
Tenn. llack will meet all trams at Mini
and will eonrey guests to springs at a very
Board, 920 Per M ontb ; IU Per Day.'
(tpcvlal Kates to fainlUe.
We Invite all who wish to spend the most
pleasant seaon of their lives to coino to
Beaverdam, especially seekers of pleasure)
and health, Qood water and pure air in
LWerymen, Centrevllle, Tenn.
A. DEAN, Frop'r Oentrevil lellotot.
GRAND HOTEL, ALUM SPRING
Rockbridge Co., Va. liigh up in the
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and beautifully shaded lawn,
tias, electric bells, and all modern improve
ment.. Two daily m. ils, post, telegraiihand
express office, on the premises. Table thi
Terr best. Luxuriously furnished rooma;
sui erb band of mu.ic. Send for illustrated;
fismpblot. Charges moderate. Open for tis -tors,
June 15th. Watr: Al-tm. OAaiy)al'
and wrone. R. T. W ILRjJSON.M'T.
Point Comfort, Virginia..
TERMS for the season of W6, beginning.
June Ut, reduced 2S to 60 per cent., but
the highest standard of excellence main
Bend' for illustrated descriptive pamphlet,
F. N. PIKE, Manager.
4mAr tlta Aithorn IhLao
of Wiseonain, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful places where one can pass
the summer months in quiet rest and enjoy,
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Each
recurring season brings to Ooonomowoc,
Waukosha, Beaver Dam, Frontenao, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and. innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our bost people
whose winter hemes are on either side ot Ma
son and Dixon's line. Elegance and com
fort, at a moderate eost, oan be reaunv oo
tained. A list of summer homes, with all
necessary inlorma'ion pertaining thereto, is
being distributed by the Cmoioo, MawiU
tis and 8t. PiVh Railway, and will be sent
free upon applicatln by letter to A. V. H.
Carpenter, General Paasetger Agent, Mil
White Cliff Mineral Springs,
Monroe Coonty, Teoncaaee.
SITUATED on top of Chilhowoe Mountain.
20(10 feet above sea I'vel. Good water,
pure atmosphere, magniioent soenery ana
eomfortable aonommoda ions. Daily line of
stages and daily mail from Athens, Tenn.,
over a good road ; distanoe sixteen miles.
Telegraph office la hotel, oonneoting with
other lines at Athens. Trrmt reaaonable
and spoial rates for families. For circu
lars, giving analysis of waters, etc.. address
proprietor, T. A. HAOILL,
naive vim prrii'HB, ibiib.
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY. The excellence
of tbe caUtne and aocommodations char-
, tenstic of this hotel aurins; tne nasi tnree
ears, shall be fully maintained this season.
Excursion tickets to the Springs by tbe 1.
and N. Railway are good Tia Louisville, both
going and retnrninir, to prooeea on nrst train
succeeding arrival in Louisrillo.
W T GRANT, ?ren't. J. 0. KTNft. Sup't.
BI AL ESTATE.
No. 5322, R. D. Chancery Conrt of Sbelby
county mate ot lenneasee lor use. etc..
vs. Mary K. Ashford etal.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above onuse on the
4th day of January, 18K6V M. B. 50, pans
6-17, 1 will sell, at publie auction, to tb.
hifthtst bidder, In front ot the Clork and
Master's office, courthouse of Bhelby county.
Memphis, Tenn.. on
Mntnrday, Jnly SI, 18K6,
ithln legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in bhelby county,
Tennessee, to-wit: The south part of 1st 5,
block 38, fronting 35 feet on the east side or
1st. Martin streetbj a depth ot 21'.) feet, said
lot being 150 feet nortb ot Jjinxlen street.
Terms of Bale un a credit oi six tHontns;
notes with security, bearing interest, re-
uired; lien retained; reaomnuon narrea.
)his June 26, 1S86.
B. I. MoDOWELL, Clorh and Master.
By II. F. Walsh, ltopu'y C. and M.
F. H. and 0. W. Heiskatl. bols.
CIZ NCERY SALE
No. 5019, R. D. Chsneery Court of Shelby
county. oute oi iennessoe, cic, vs. d
rnh Armstrong et al.
BY virtue ol an interloontory decree for
salt-, entered in the above cause on the
4th day ct June, W6, W. B. 53, page 158,
I will sell, at publio auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o tbe Clerk and Mas
tor's office, courthouso ol bhelby county,
Memrhis, lenn., on
feamrdny. Anjcti't 7, 1SS6,
within lega hours, the following dencribed
property, situutt d in bhelby county, Ten
nessee, to-wit: A ctr'nin M besinning at a
steke on the weft side of Ninth street 13
feet north of the north side of Carolina
street; thence west and parallel with Caro
Hnaftreetl51lfeettott date; thencenorth
25 feet to an alley : thence east 151 feet to
west side ot Ninth street; thence-south 2
(eet to the beginnini. ,
Terms o! bulo On a credit of six months;
note with security reauircd:' lien retained;
rot.emption burred. This Jul 3, 18Wi.
S. I. McDOtVELL, Clerk and Master.
Ey H. F. Wals'i, Iieputv Clerk and Master.
F. H. & 0. W. Ilei.kell and J'hn John
stnn, bolicitors. '
tf;. 1 1 nr.-fv.M Sw Wp. 1 lliml lut.'il t)taloKlSR6
v?TiV'J.'fc'!fr.irri.-5l nnst evtir prints!, now reaiir.
T. ;)?Jt mil Stj loaof (Iffloe Library
fNi-rV De.ks. Tables, Chairs.
fSS&iWtf'dT! Bolt Cases, Lounges,
f jscsFf? 'i'! iY Letter ProsseSjCabinet
IhtsatW i.Hin Ladies'Fancy Desks, 0
9 '.'Sf' il VlnMt rHHlH and UNrM
't.V, "fl Pries Onaranterd. OawlM
f,"'.u ,M s&jliisi fret. Poti4o. Ho portal-
"London" Trouser stretcher
Patented in Kurooe and Uni
ted States. ! Alt'nte In
I allnl ktmre for celebrate?
John Hamilton 4 Cn. Stretch
er. Takes bnsttflDB oat ol
Uucrs restores pantaloons to
or'ginal shape. Only patented
Stretcher couibiningscrow rod
in combinntiun with clamps.
All others inlrintements.
Original and omyslrdcher
l'r trrnllonivti'ft nap. By
txpress feoureiy pacsta. t rice w ou. rruo
tor circulilr. nucin? :iiii-ii iii.iBi. v-ur.
ii W. MMMQSih ' W'wtow.W'WS.
; Mil ! t.AI. t.-0f. E. C.
Wirt', Mkrvb m H in Tskatwrnt,
a gnrirBnif'l specific for- 1'yston. Lin-
gia, facadacbe, N'rvc Prostration, caused
by tee uteoi alcohol .,r t.-.!.acoj ae
lulness. Vental fcepr'.')' .&:.' mg pi e
Lrain. rosnltirg in i-'.'.'-itr nn.) t
Ha'renaw, l."-r " "
rr,n;lln ..r, od bwrmator-
rhen. c, - bi .-- crtt..1the M.tn,
self-abnseoriiwsiT..i.o' -' Si
taint one Dion;; - tttyvt. M s i box , or
ell boxes forfif" " P t'oi.s
twwint of t-rlf. -.:t:. --" tee bi toxeB
lX$?l Vn e. ,.). . .ouordcr recetved
by usfovsii boies, a'r'vinrnid with II.
w will send -'be purohaaer our written
MiuS" re"o ret.n 1 tb. monoy If the treat
TnJnt do, oi ef set a euro. Dnarantees
U.!d MIT hS . "N KFKT A CO.. Drug
rits. Memphis. Tenn.
r5ir MINVRAI, WATP.K. FHOM
BIRREfBORN. UNEXCBL1.ED soa
FAMILY 18E KEOCMiUSKD
ED BY THB
Httitirat KPdlral AatherltlM.
Sole Agents far Memphis,
DKHOCRAT8 TO THK FRONT Ts MI
! seeking Ooverament Em
ployment in any of the department! as
Wasbington, or any other positions under
the'Jivarniiienl.I will send lull instrnoticnt
as to bow to pnieeed to obtain tbe sane,
and Blawk frtaer Arllillo on
receipt ot One Dollar. Addrrws JOHHs
D. tCMll. IMik-bax USU. tnicace