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MPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY, JANUAKY 28, 1880
The Bill Protialnr for the Admti-
Bloa or Dakota Discussed Ii
I the Seaatf.
Bills EfporU4 FaTorablj trom the
CsnmlitoM The Sllrer Qaea
Wahhikgto. Jsnnary ll.lloui.
A smile ran through the house this
morning when the Cbeplaio, in his
opening prayer, returned thanks that
"our silver and told have been multi
plied" and the silver men pretended
to see in the fact'tbat silver had been
placed before gold, an indication that
the religious portion cf the communi
ty was in fsvorol a double standard.
The Senate resolutions touching the
death ol Vice-President Hendricks
were presented to the House, and on
notion of Mr. Uolman Ind.J it was
laid upon the table for the present.
Mr. Hoi man gave notice that Tuesday
next he would ask the House to con
sider similar resolutions.
Mr. Boutelle I Me , rising to a ques
tion of privilege, quoted from the re
marks made soma dsys ago by Mr.
Wise Ve denying that the dry docks
at Norfolk had ever been destroyed,
and spoke at some length on the sub-
iect. After some discussion as to Mr.
toutelle'a right to proceed, tbe Speak
er held that be was not so entitled, as
nothing bad been said by Mr. Wise at
tributlug any improper motive to Mr.
Mr. Tbockmorton Tex from the
Committee on Paoino Ktilroads, re-
ported back a resolution calling on the
Secretary of the Interior for copiea of
all contracts or leases which are to be
loucd on file in his department be
tween the Southern Pacific Railroad
Oompsnyand any railroad to which
' land grants have been made, or which
hai received any subsidies from
tbe United Statea. Also a copy of tbe
charter of the incorporation of the
Southern Pacific Company ; and also
copies of all contracts en Hie between
the Paciflo Steamship Oompany and
' nr land grant or subsiditxl railroad.
Mr. Viele X. Y from the Commit
lee on Military Aflsirs reported a bill
to aid in the erection of a monument
to Gen. U. 8. Grant in New York
City. .Committee ol the whole.-
Mr. Ple A.r. from the Commit
tee on Indian Attain, reported a bill
granting the right of way through the
Sands of tbe Cht claw and Chickasaw
Indians to the Ht, Louis and Kan Fran
Cisco Kiilroad Company. House cal
endar. The House then resumed in the
morning hour the consideration of the
bill for the voluntary retirement of
certain naval officers, and it was vig
orously advocated by Mr. McAdoo
N. J and Mr. fevers Tex..
Mr. Thorrsi, ill , gave notice
that be would move to recommit tbe
the bill, and after a short passage of
worda between Messrs. Thomas and
Pssgan, the motion to that effect was
Mr. Warner 0., moved to lay
the bill on the table. The latter mo
tion was lost, but before the motion
to recommit was put the morning
The House then proceeded to the
consideration of the bill declaring for
feited certain land grants to the Slates
of MUsisalpph Alabama and Louisiana
to aid In tbe construction of railroads.
TbUbillia Identical with that passed
by the House in the Forty-eighth
- Congress, but the Committee on Pub
lic Lands recommends sn amendment
the tiulf and Ship Island railroad of
Mias&irpi from the operations of the
This exception was demurred to by
Mr. Anderson Kas ,who could see no
reason why the Uull and Ship Island
bould be aingind nut and favored.
Mr. Peyton 111 sxplslned that the
exception was made in order that
there might be no opposition to the
bill inthecaaeof the Gulf and Ship
Island road. Some wjrk had been re
cently done, and it was thought better
to omit it from the operation of the
bill. The question of forfeiting the
lands of that road would be decided
Mr. Van EUon Miss. strongly ad
vocated tbe exemption, and stated that
the whole question relative to that
road could be thoroughly discussed
when the bill now ponding in com
mittee, ex ending the time within
which the road may be completed, was
brought before the House. The ques
JJon boing on the amendment of the
Committee excepting the Gulf and
Ship Island road, it w rejected; yean
3. nays. 178.
Mr. Holman' Ind. offered an
amendment that tue lauds restored to
the public domain shall be subject to
entry and settlement under the pro
visions of the homestead lsw only;
provided, however, that if sales of any
of such lands have heretofore been
. mads by the United States such cases
are hereby confirmed.
The amendment wai adopted, and
tbe bill, as amended, passed.
The House thsn ad journed.
In the Senate Senator In galls pre
sented a memorial of the Legislature
of Kansas praying for the establish
ment of two additional military sta
tions in that State as protection
gainst Indian depredations.
Senator Plumb presented a memo
rial from the aame body praying for
an extension of the military facilities
at Fort Kiley, Kas. The papers were
A resolution offered by Senator
Flumb was agreed to. calling on tbe
Secretary of War for information aa to
the number of military bands in the
' army, the number of enlisted men end
civilians in such bands, the provisions
author'iiDg their constitution and
maintenance, the coat of such mainte
nance, from what funds such cost is
defrayed, and whether any portion of
the costs is derived from tbe livings
of soldiers; whether such use of sav
ings is legal, and whether it h the beat
A resolution by Senator Ingalla was
agreed t) directing the Committee on
the Library, to consider the subject ol
placing in the vacant niches of the
Senate chamber and its corridors,
baits cf the Vice-Presidents of the
United States and the president! pro
tempore of the Senate.
A reaction offered by Senator
Morrill waa agreed to, directing the
aame committee to consider the ex
pediency of procuring duplicates of all
medals which may have been made at
the Philadelphia mint.
On motion of Mr. Ingalla, his bill to
provide for a national university waa
taken trom the table, read a second
time and referred to the Committee
on Education and Labor.
On motion of Senator Berry his res
olution relating to the renewal of the
leases of the Hot Springs bath-houses,
etc., was referred to the Committee on
Public Lands. Mr.Isrrison's substi
tute for his original resolution of in
ouiry as to the administration of the
Pension Office waa taken from the
table and, without debate, agreed to.
It directs the Senat Committee on Ex
penditures of Public Money to make
investigation into tbe chargrnt made
by the new Commissioner of Pensions
aa to the former administration of that
Proceeding to the calendar the Sen
ate took up the bill to divide part of
tbe Sioux reservation in Dakota and
secure the relinquishment cf the In
disn title to the remainder.
After debate, the matter went over
The electoral count bill was post
poned until Monday next.
Senator Harrison than called np
the bill for tbe admission of Dakota,
and the bill having been read, Senator
Uarriaon addressed tbe Senate at
length in its support, concluding with
the remarks that tbe people of Dako
ta, not cringingly but respectfully, re
quested te be allowed to participate
with the other Statea of tbe Union in
all the privileges of American citiaen
ship. . Senator Butler then took tbe floor
to reply to Senator Harrison, but
yislded for an executive session, after
which the Senate adjourned.
la the C'eraanmee-Kooma.
The House Committee on Coinage,
Weights and Measures to-day began
the consideration of the silver ques
tion. The whole subject waa ditcuaeed
in an informal way, and while mem
bera spoke more freely than hereto
fore, they did not state their views
specifically but in very general terms.
Tbe discussion took a very wide range,
reference being made to tbe French
monetary system and eur own paper
money. Toe following resolution wss
introductd by Mr. Lanbam during the
session of tbe committee:
Reiolvfd, Tbst la is the duty of tbe
Committee on Coinage, Weights and
Measures, at aa early a day aa practica
ble, to report to the House a bill look
ing to the free coinage of standard sil
Mr. Scott of Pennsylvania thereupon
introduced aa a substitute for this res
olution the following:
Keolttd, As the sense of this com
mitteee, that the beat interests of the
country cannot be promoted by any
bill now before the committee looking
to the free coinage of ailver.
Mr. Bynom of Indiana also Intro
duced a resolution on the subject,
which reads as follows:
leolvtd, That it la the sense of this
committee that the laws regulating
and providing for the issue of gold and
ailver certificates should be so amend
ed as to provide for tbe retirement cf
the same and for the issus of coin cer
tificates in their stead.
Ko action wss taken by the commit
tee upon any of theee resolutions, nor
did they elicit a distinct expression of
views from any of the members.
It was resolved that the question
should be further discussed and opin
ion sought from different persons in
terested in the question until Febru
ary lOtb, when the committee will
proceed to consider the distinct prop
ositions now before them.
The House Committee on Military
Anatrs, to-day instructed Mr. Viele to
report favorably to tbe House the bill
Introduced by Mr. Dowdoey, for tbe
erection of a monnment in New York
City to the memory of Gen. Grant
Toe bill appropilatea 1100,000 for the
purpose of erecting the monument on
ground to be donated by the city.
The President la authorised to appoint
an olllrer of engineers of the army
and five commissioners, the oomruis
mis)ionsrs to serve without pay, who,
with the Executive Committee ot the
Grant Monument Association of New
York, shall expend the money nnder
the direction of the Secretary of War.
It is provided, however, that no part
of the raonty ro appropriated shall be
expended or drawn from the Treasury
ot the United Stater, until the sum of
12:0,000 shall have been subscribed
and paid Into the funda of said Grant
Monument Association, and is avail t
blefor the purpose of ereoting the
Mr, Sidney Clark, an ex-member qf
the KsDpaa Legislature, appeared be
fore the House Committee on Terri
tories to-day iu advocacy of Repre
sentative Weaver'a bill for the crea
tion ot the Territory of Oklahoma.
Mr. Clark said that the public land
strips should be taken under govern
ment control', as in the present state
of affairs any crime could be com
mitted there without fear rf pnniah
ment. He claimed that Oklahoma
belonged entirely to the government.
The government had paid the Indians
the full price of the lauds, and while it
waa tbe orignal understanding that
Oklahoma should be used as a colony
for Indians and freedmen, that idea
had long no been abandoned.
The only use made of Oklahoma,
Mr. Clark said, waa that of a pasture
for the herds belonging to the cattle
barons. He said that a cattle compa
ny formed at Lawrence, Kas., had
leased the lands from the Indians for
f 100,00 and had sublet it at a con
siderable advance t? other cattlemen,
lie wanted the Territory opened to
settlers. Capt. Couch of Oklahoma
boomer fame was present, but did not
address the committee. The commit
tee will not hear further argument on
the Dakota question, but will examine
all printed briefs submitted to them.
The Senate oonfirmed.among other?,
the following nominations:
United States Attorneys Cyrenius
P. Black, Eistern District of Michi
gan ; Daniel O. Finch, Southern Dis
trict ot Iowa ; R. C. Smith, tor Mon
tana. United Statea Marshals Frederisk
II. Marsh, Northern District of Illi
nois; Edward Campbell, jr., Southern
District of Iowa; A, J. Goes, for Ken
tucky. Register ot Land Office Thos. J.
Butler, New Orleans.
Collectors of Customs W. J. Mc
Klnnie, Cuyahoga, O.j R. II. Ar
buckle, Erie, Pa.
W. D. Bloxham, Surveyor-General
Poetmastors James Rutherford,
MiKord, Mich.; Patrick Colligan. Al
pena, Micb.; George Crawford, Min
eral Point, Wis.; John Pepper, Boeco
bet. Wis. Nons ct the predecessors ot
the above-named appointees were "re
moved" or "suspended."
A Ueatle Urania
It Imparted to ths kldneye and bladder by
11 o! tetter'! Stomach Bitten, which Is moat
nseful la or, rooming torpidity of these or
gans. Boiidea InfusLng mora activity into
them, this excellent tonic endows tham with
additional vigor, aid inal lei tham tha bottar
to undergo ths wiu and tsar of ths dia
charsint Amotion imposed uoa t :sn fcy
aatnr. Moreover, aa they ar tha channel
fbrlth (icaps of certain impurities from tha
blood, Innreaeee their neefulneii by strength
ening ead bealthfalty stimulating them.
In eerta a morbid venditioni of these im-"
orta,nt orient, they fall into a aluniih
elate, which ta the usual ree!iri',r of die
eaae. V hat then can be of greater eervice
than a medicine which Impel, them te
greater activity when eiothfalf Mo maladiea
era more perilous than those which affect
the kldneyi, and a medicine which averts
th peril iliuuld be highly es leant td.
A TERRIBLE CONFESSION.
A Pbjaielaa Prneali Sanaa (Mart
( an It Be thai tha Danger Indicated
The following story which is at
tracting wide attention from the press
is so remarkable that we cannot ex
cuse ourselves if we we do not lay it
before our readers entire:
To the Editor of tha Bocheiter (N. T.) Dem
ocrat: Sib On the 1st dy of June, 1881, 1
lay at my residence in this city sur
rounded by my friends and waiting for
death. Heaven only knows the agony
I then endured, for worda can never
describe it. And yet, if a few years
previous any one had told me that I
was to be brought so low, and by so
terrible a disease, I shonld have scoffed
at tbe idea. I bad always been un
commonly strong and healthy, and
weighed over 200 pounds, and hardly
knew, in my own experience, what
pain or sickness vnre. Yery many
people who will Ve&d thla statement
realize at times they are unusually
tired and cannot account for it They
feel dull paina in various parte of the
body, and do not understand why. Or
they are exceedingly hungry one day
and entirely without appetite tbe next.
This waa just the way I feit when the
relentless malady which had 'fastened
itself upon me first b?gan. Still I
thought nothing of it; that probably I
had taken a did which would soon
pass away. Shortly after this I noticed
a heavy, and at times neuralgic, pain
in one side of my head, but as it would
come one day and be gone the next, I
paid little attention to it. Then my
stomach would get out of order and
my food often failed to digest, causing
at times great inconvenience. Yet,
even as a physician, I did not think
that these things meant anvthing seri
ous. I fancied I was suffering from
malaria, and doctored myself accord
ingly. But I got no better. I next
noticed a peculiar color and odor about
the tluida I waa passing also that
there were large quantities one day and
very little the next, and that a persist
ent froth and scum appeared upon the
surlace, ana a sediment settled. And
yet I did not realize my danger, for,
indeed, seeing theee symptoms con
tinuatiy, 1 Anally became accustomed
to them, and ray suspicion waa wholly
disarmed by tbe fact that 1 had no pain
in the effected organs or in their vi
cinity. Why I should have been so
blind I cannot underatand.
I consulted the best medical skill IU
the land. I visited all the famed min
eral springs in America and traveled
from Maine to California. Still I grew
worse. No two physicians agreed as
to my malady. Uoe said i was troubled
with spinal irritation ; another, dys
pepsia; another, heart disuses ; an
other, general debility; another, con
gestion of the base of the brain ; and
so on through a long list of common
diseases, the symptoms of many of
wnicti 1 really nad. in tula way sev
eral years passed, during which time
I was steadily growing worse. My con
dition bad really become pitiable. The
slight symptoms I at first experienced
were developed into terrible and con
stant disorders. My weight had been
reduced from '.'07 to 130 pounds. My
li'e was a burden to myself and friends.
I could retain no food on my stomach,
and lived wholly by injections. I wt a
a living mass of pain. My pulse waa
uncontrollable. . In my agony I fre
quently fell to the floor and clutched
the carpet, and prayed for death)
Morphine had little or no effect in
deadening the pain. For six daya an d
nights I had the death-premonitory
hiccoughs constantly. My water was
filled with tube-casts and albumen. I
was struggling with Bright's disease of
the kidneys in its last stages I
While suffering thus I received a
call from my pastor, the Rev. Dr.
Foote, at that time rector of Su Paul's
Episcopal church, of this city. I felt
that it was our last interview, but in
the course ot conversation Dr. Foote
detailed to me the many remarkable
cures of cases like my own which had
come nnder his observation. Aa a prac
ticing physician and a graduate of the
schools, I derided the idea of any
medicine outside the regular channels
being in the least beneficial. So aolic
itou, however, wss Dr. Foote, that I
finally promised I would waive ray
prejudice. I began its use on tbe fifct
day of June, 1884, and took it accord
ing to directions. At first it sickened
me; but tbia I thought was a good
sign for one in my debilitated condi
tion. I continued to take it; tbe
sickening sensation doparted and I
wss finally able to retain food npon
my stomach. In a few dsys I noticed
a decided chango for the better, as
also did my ' wife and friends.
My hiccoughs caaaed and I exper
ienced less pain than formerly. I was
so rejoiced at this improved condition
that, npon what I had believed but a
few days before was my dying bed, I
vowed, in the presence ot my family
and friends, should 1 recover I would
both publicly end privately make
known this remedy lor tbe good of
humanity, wherever and whenever I
had an opportunity, and this letter is
iu fulfillment of that vow. My im
provement was constant from that
time, and in less than three months I
had gained twenty-six pounds in flesh,
became entirely free from pain, and
I believe I owe my life and present
condition wholly to Warner's safe
cure, the remedy which I used.
tines my recovery I have thor
oughly re-investigated the subject of
kidney difficulties and Bright's die
ease, and the truths developed are
astounding. I therjfore state, de
liberately, and as a physician, that I
believe mors than one-half Oie dtatht
which occur in America art cawed by
Bright' di'awM qf the kidnryi. This
may sound like a rash statement, but
I am prepared to verify it fully.
Bright's disease has no distinctive
feature ot It own, (indeed it often de
velops without any pain whatever in
the kldneya or their vicinity), but
has the symptoms of nearly every
other common complaint Hundreds
of people die daily, whose burials are
authorised by a physician's certificate
as occurring from "Heart Disease,"
"Apoplexy." "Paralysis," "Spinal
Complaint, ' "Rheumatism," "Pneu
monia," and the other common com-
Slaints, when in reality it is from
right's disease of the kidneys.
Few physicians, and fewer peo
ple, realize the extent of this
disease or Its daegeroua and
insidious nature. It steals into the
system like a thief, manifests its pres
ence, it at all, by the commonest
symptoms, and fastens itself in the
constitution before the victim is aware
ef it It ia nearly aa hereditary aa
conanmption, quite as common and
fully aa fatal. Entire families, in
heriting it from their ancestor, nave
died, and yet hone of the number
knew or realised tbe mysterious power
which wss removing them. Instead
of common symptoms it often abowa
none whatever, but brings death and
donjy, from convulsions, apoplexy or
As one who has suffered, and knows
by bitter experience what he says, I
implore every one who reads these
words not to neglect the slightest
symptoms of kidney difficulty. No
one can afford to fcezird ' such
I make the foregoirg statement
based npon facta which I can substan
tiate to the letter. The welfare of
those who msy possibly be sufferers
such as I was is an ample inducement
for me to take the step I have, and if
I can successfully warn others from
the dangerous path in which I once
wilked, I am willing to endure all
the professional and personal conse
quences. J. B HINIOH, M.D.
BoiUKKTER, N. T., December 30.
Maud Hitler Bcltaaa te Nee II rr
BnooatLYif. N. Y., January 27. Mrs.
Joaquin Miller, Maud Miller McCor
tnick's step-mother, called on her late
Monday afternoon at ber new abode
in upper Eighth avenue, and handed
her a letter from the poet. M ru. Mil ler
waa at No. 11 East Ninth etreet, and
would wait there for an answer. Mr.
Miller in hia letter asked hia daughter
to join him in hia trip to Mexico, or if
aha preferred ahe could stay at tbe
cabin in Waahington. Tbe young
lady declined her father's offer with
out thanks. She aaid : "Father knew
I wouldn't go hack to his cabin after
the treatment I had received there.
He has lots of plug-ugly behind a face
as sublime as a Sunday-school teach
er's. The way he abuses my husband
makes me stay closer by oodon (Mr.
McCormick). Wby father, while
mother waa living, married an Indian
woman by whom he bad a eon and
daughter. The half-breed girl my
mother look care of, and the boy tried
to claim relationship with us. This
led to) a separation between mother
and father." Mr. Miller, setting no
anawer to his letter; left tor the South
yesterday morning. Miss Miller haa
received an invitation to lecture and
another to learn type-writing.
Blcel After Twe Wetki' BanTerlaa.
Malork, N. Y., January 27. On the
12th inatant John S. Gillette, a com
mercial traveler for a New York arc
eery house went into a drug store
here, and taking a sixty-grain-bottle of
morphine Qtl one of tbe shelves, swal
lowed its entire contents. He imme
diately relapeed into unconsciousness,
and a few minntne later waa pro
nounced dead. Shortly after signs of
life were discovered and vigorous ap
pliances of a galvanic battery brought
the unfortunate man to life. Since
then he lingered between life and
death until yeaterdsy, when he died.
He waa delirious during the entire
period. It is considered a very re
markable fact that he ahould have
lived two weeks after hsvlna taken to
large a dose of the dreadly drug.
Tbe Illlaala Wheat rop.
Chicago, III., January 27. A spe
cial to the Timu from Springfield. 111.,
says: "The forthcoming report of the
Agricultural Department of tbe State
on the amount of wheat raised during
the year 1885 will show a condition of
affairs not known to exist for the past
twenty five years, there being a deficit
in tbe crop ot 6,000,000 bushels. The
acreage harvested was 1,1 03,303 bujh-.
els. The amount annually required
for seed and consumption is 13,739,029
bushels, but the amount produced, as
shown by the returns, was 8,309,243
bushels. Of the 102 counties in the
State only twenty-three report a sur
plus In production over the demands
for seed and consumption. These
counties are not located in any par
ticular belt, but are scattered through
out tbe State indiscriminately."
Am Bxtaaslve Clotblaa Fall a re.
Indunapolis, Ihd., January 27.
Isaac Kabn to-day filed chattel
mortgagee to secure preferred claims
amounting to $35,000. Kahn operates
clothing stores at Bloomington, M un
cle, Greencastle and Rushville, and
hia liabilities sre estimated at $50,000;
assets $40,000. His embarrassment
was caused by Henry Kabn, a eon,
who la doing business under his name
at Chicago, whj allowed a mercantile
bill to fall due and remain unpaid,
and Kabn, sr., being a non-resident,
the sheriff seized the Chicago stock.
To all who are inBerini from ths errors and
Indiaorotlona of youth, nerroni wsaknaii,
early deoay, Ion of manhood, etc, I will
lend s recipe that will cure yon, FREE OF
CilAKGK. Thu areiit remedy wu diicover
ed by a mlaalonary in Boath America. Send
relf-addreiaed envelop to 'he Rev. JoBira
T tMw. Siiiinn , fiVw York (,t.
No. 6401, R. Chancery Court of Shelby oonn
ty Btate of Tennessee for IU own uie,etc.,
' vi. John Overton, Jr., et al.
BY virtue of an intcriooulory decree for
aalt entered in the aboTe cause on the
23.1 day oi November, M. B. W, page
1B, I will aell at publio auction, to the high
eat bidder, in from of the Clerk and Master'l
offloe, courthouse oi Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Matarday-, Febrnnry 80, IS8,
within legal boon, the following described
property, lituated la tihelby county, Tenn ,
Lot 12, block OS, Donaldion lubdiT'.ilon,
fronting 40 by 212 feet on the wert iide,of
I)ean aveuu-, 215 teet touthof Georgia itreet.
Lot l.t, block Vi. went tide of Dean avenue,
40 by 2Rt feet, adjoinics lot 1! on the aouth.
Bold ai property of VI. T. Donaldion.
Lot 14. block 21. Fort Pickering, lrontlng
25 leet on the north aide of Alabama atreet.
northweit corner of t ilth and Alabama, by
a depth of M) feeU old aa property of if. M.
Lot 6, block S, Fort Pickering, fronting 2S
feel on the north aide of Alabama atreet by
a depth ol 116 leet, being 25 feet weit of
Lot T, blocks, fronting IS feet on the north
aide of Alabama rtreetilutb ward, and run
nine back UuJi feet, aaid lot adjoining lot 6
on tbe welt.
iiot 11, block 6. north ilde of Alabama
treat, loth ward, ft by 116H feet, being 150
feet weit of Second atroct. Bold aa property
of II. K. Andrew! and other.
Lota 27 and 28, tffock 12. Fort Pickering,
fronting &0 feet en tbe touth lido o: Alabama
itreet by a depth of 180 feet. So d a the
property of C A. M. Yarbra and P. M. Win
ter!. Kat half ef lot 6, block 9, F. W. Smlthi's
lubdlridon. fronting 30 feet on the north
lide ol Bt. Paul itreet 30 feet went or Goalee
Itreet and running back 1M feet. Sold aa
property of Mary L. Still and Uenry Kyan.
Lot ID, block . fronting 25 feet on the
north ilde of Carolina itrett US leet enit ot
alley eaat of Seeoad itreet, and running back
Lot 20. block 9. fronting 25 feet on ti e
north tide of Carolina itreet, and running
back liKl feet.
Lot 21, block, fronting 25 feet on the north
ilde of Carolina itreet. northeaat corner of
alley eait of Second itreet, loth warl, and
runnint back Ml) feet. Sold aa property ol
L. B. Katon.
Lot 23, block 5. Fort Pickering, 25 by 119S
feet north aide ef Jaokeon atreet 50 feet eait
f W&ahineton itreet. Sold aa nrouertv ef
J. It. Shaw, W. 0 Folkea ot iU
Lot 6, block 4, rort ricaeriur. fronting a
final on the eouth aide of Broadway itreet.
aoutheaat corner otalley eait of Front itmt.
10th ward, by a denth of 116.V, leet. Sold aa
property of P. M. win era.
Lot 4, block , Fort Pickering, 24 brIOO
feet on the weet lide of Third atreet. 74 feet
aouth of Ueorgla atreet, 10th ward.
LolS, block . fronting 24 by 100 foot on the
weet lide ol intra atreet, una ra, niui
and adjoining lot 4. , .,..,'
Lot 6. block S, Fort Plekering.M by V4 feet,
weet aide f Seeond atreet. ,
Term! of Sale On a credit of, ala momtaai
Bote bearing inUreet,with lecurity .required!
Ilea retained, redemption barred. Thta Jaa-
" LMcDOWKLL, Clerk and Haatar.
By J .St Bradley, IHrety Clerk and Meeter.
M, U. V, n. tietaaeu, oeuoime-
lastL ' ' I
i i a at a 1 a 'aai
25 YEARS IN USE.
lis Crsiteat Meiiical Tnomph of tls Agst
SYMPTOMS OF A
Leee ef appetite, llewele eeatiee, Fata la
Ike keed, wick anil eeaeailon ia the
keck part. Fata aader the ehealdcr
blade, Fulloeea after eating, with a die
lacllnailoa ta azertiea ef aedy er anted.
Irritability efteeaper, Low eplrlta, wltk
a feeling ef having aeclrded eoue duly,
Weariaeee, IHzzlneea, fluttering at Ike
Heart, Dele before tke area. Headache
aeer the right eye, KeeUeeaaeee, wltk
atfularcame, II lahly colored trine, and
TTJTT'at riXXS are especially aaaptsn
to aocn eaaea, one doeo effects si;-!
They Inmatetha MeUe,aBdceoe.t,je
kodi to Take on r'leali. thui Uit TfU-m
r2rt.h.d.Vthlr Toato Action oa
yroo-urZlT frlwaSc. 44 Wnrr.Y M..1V.T,
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Renoratea tha laxly, makee h-alUiy fkah,
etrenrtliens the weak, rerwiers the waatca ot
the a) (tun with pure bkiod and hard niuactnt
tnnea the nervoue system, invlwjratce U
brain, and imparta rtie Thjor of manhood.
SI. Fold bv trnrl. ' - -
OPfKB A IturraySt., Netv YorH
Release) from Bond.
Crsroii Horsr, Mchtrtr, Tir
6cariToa'a Urricn, Deeemler 24, lis5.
THIS ii to certify that I have thit day re
learcd.lrom bunded car ten 10) barrel!
nkliky In-ported trom tsremen, tiermany,
roniirnea to a. juu. nivui,...i,
per atoaroihlp lCltor The Uutiei having
been pa'd. the hiiky ia to in ponemon
Surveyor of Cuitotni. Port of Woapi a.
aatThe above Whiiky ia now on inle
rt - rollasavanileroom 1SS Mala
atrtrl. Call and try it. He has alio other
line brand', inch aa MoBrayar, O. F. C Tay
lor, Belle ol Ns ton, and a eemplete atoekj
Una brandies. .
Ua&ul of all Siseases,
t w. Hcarnamia, n. n.
BIOW.Y BOtltlD IX
CLOTH amd GOLD
TJRCTnmrairAi.waa. Tjtnora.--' W?:
WonneYWorm Ver, Worm Ootio..,
t 'r log vono, or i oeioiug oi iiu
IMarrhva ol Children or Adulta.
liyeentery. Onplng. Binoue Couo.m .2 9
holer Morbu. Vomiting .......... .??
H '-ouchn. CoUl, Bronehitie, .9 &
Hredec'iM-e.KickUeadacbe, Vertigo.. .33
1 ....! U
PMHiprtreatMi r a biiiihi ww.
hitoe, too ProtaneiNirkxla......
( i I. T 1. I. llM.ll.ln.
Knit HiVnniTK'Jpela'S tniptiona.
Krver and Au.. Chills, MdlorU.
VI lea, HUnd or WeediM. ...............
iLiuinnliia I 'onah. Vtotant OomihlH.
jljeneral DrOIIUynjaieal W
l rillairy rnWlll "BH" waaaap J-..e.
IIHwrBuffB of Hie Hfift, PalplUOk-rtL,!
S P E C I FICS,
Sold bT Dniiretartft, orwnt poitpaid on iwipttff
CH 1NCERY SAIJC ;
UK AI. JESTATE.
No. 5306. R. Chancery Court of Bhelby
eonnty Stnas o: Te-iMiee for Its own
nie.ete.. ti. P. M. W.nten etal.
BY rartue ol an Interlocutory decree for
ale. entered in the abore eauie on tha
23d day ct Novo a ber, lm, M. B.SO, pace
fc8, 1 will lell.at public auotion, to thebigh
eit bidder, in front oi the Clerk and Maa
ter'a office, courthouse ot Shelby oounty,
alemphii, ienn., on
Ratardnr. Febrnary 20, 1888,
within ler houra, the following described
property, aituaecd in Mempbii, Shelby
county, aenneiiee, to-wii: rartni oiooa oe,
eanntre Ut 41. M feat front bT 200 feet deen.
east aide ol third itreet, 50 feet eouth of tha
louth line ot country lot 4. tsoio aa prop
erty or f. M. n inter! ana otnera.
averma ot Salt Un a credit ot aiz month! 1
note with lecurity bearing Interest required;
lien retained; redemption barred. XhiiJan.
S. I, MCDOWELL, Clerk and MaaUr.
By J. M. Dradlej, Depu'y C. and M.
F. H C. W. lle'ikell.iols.
we roKhaliy recaoMMna
your U a, the het vtMedy
W e hare cold cm4.
ante, and la ever
HAVrNO taken out letter! of admtnla
tration on the eitate of John Brown,
deccaaed, notice ia hereby given to all per
ona having claim! again at hii estate to pre
tent the lame to the undersigned, duly pro
bated, within tbe time prescribed by law,
or they will be forever barred.
VM. 0. llttOWN. Admlnittrator.
Cunt Biliousness. DYSPPsiA.ToiroLive .,
Siok Headache, Malaria, Incxoestion. 6u
Stomach, Bad Breath, Virtioo, Dysentekv,
jaunoioe, enlaroeo 8pleen. drowainc.
after Meals, 4VO, Without QhiPiho, 8iOKair
INO OR Weakenino th( BvaTEM.
COSK, ONS BEAN. PRICE, 88 CENTS,
Aak for BILE BKANS-Teke aoHah-itltata. Haile.1
toaar addreea, 26etain.3tainpa. bold br Dmirclete
and MlicfnnDealeraeeer-where. Oirculara Free.
J I.IWITMt CO. Be'Frope. St. toul,M'
BT tlrtne of a dead of trust eiecuted to me.
aa trustee, by Michael J. Keating and
Mary J., hia wife, recorded in book No. 157,
page 3rt), ol the Regiitor'i Offiee of Shelby
oounty. Tenn., to aecure the payment of
certain indebtedneaa therein mentioned, de
fault having been made in laid deed of trust,
I will, at the requeitof the benefimary, oa
Tbureday, Jaanarr 14, lttsS,
within legal hours, Til., at 12 o'clook m., at
tha Court-House door in the oity of Mem
1'hii, oflor for sale and fell at publie outcry
(or cash to the highest bidder, the proiierty
described In aaid deed, in tbe oity of Mem
phii (now the Taxing Diitriot), oonnty of
Shelby and State of Tenneaiee. to-witt Be
ing that part ol said city of Mem phif former
ly called South Memphis, being lot Ho. 6, in
block II, of Butler'a diviiion or addition,
beginning at a point on the aouth aide ol
Elliott itreet. 60 feet eaat of Avery street!
.i .n,v..,li .v.rl nl with Avery
itreet one hundred and twenty feet lix
inchei Ui0-12) to the nortbweit eorner of
lot No. 2; thence eit with the north line of
bit Ho. nxty too) ie; uisnoe -j
parallel with Avery itreet one hundred and
twenty feet aiz inchei U -12)to W 'o
itreet ; thence weit with Elliott itreet iixty
(60) feet to the beginning (being tbe same lot
conveyed to Edward Keating by Sue It.
MoerV and Mildred W. Uarrell and th.tr
husband! aa heira at law ol (Jorne la L. , Par
k, deceaaed), together with all the im
provementa thereon and appurUnanooa
Xh.W-l"rlPttoa waived. Title
believed to be good, but 1 will fell and eoa
T.y a. unatee onlj;T Tr.,tae.
ay Hale paalpaaieel anilll aetwrdey,
ef . J, a SJVrra v . aae - -
TlatOISIA, TarloraTUUP. O.
COL. HILARY P. J0KK3. M. A. Prin
cipal. Seailoa begini !. SOtfc and
nda Jaaaaatki. Catalogaee lentoa ap-pUoatioa.
--W'-Bryrtl M 2 A rjl 's,?-3-fi-:-S.5fcfT ft SE T. U
f J- Caret la Lr
f f TO DATS.YJ
I 'irmCnalcal Ja.'.'
3 I J -a jti- yt .-. .tZJ.X- : , . -A. C
I aV -m W xJT . V- STT T. t " MSa. wwaaj
No. 39 Hadison Street, Memphis, Tenn. .
C. C. ORAW AM, Preiident Deaoto Oil Co.
'V la. Da I Or. U, rrea i tiiaia aw,,u.
w. r. XA I la" ti. or n.r. hii;
RIB. 6N0WDEN, Director in B'k Commerce.
8. P. READ. Cwhier Union A Planter! Bank
JilW. L'VtitlUi. JM., uveriun a j,ru.."v.
rton a uroivenor.
R. i. BLALK, ol
BJr Business to commence February 1. iac&
HILL FONTAINE & CO
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
C0C-S08 Front tit., 5Icmphlc, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission .lerchants,
Ho 11C South 3SIatn St,, St. JaoxmIm.
1HDEEW STEWAET, Nsw Orleans. I ANDREW D. GWYNXE, Memphis
STEWART, GlflE 1 CO.,
Wholesale Srocers, Got. Factors
KO.850 AXD 858 FBOIST STREET, MEMPHIS, TlJV
STEV7MT BROTHERS k C0MPAN7
COTTON FACT0KS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SEW OBEEAAB. EOUISIABiA. .
Biecessors te POBTEB, TAYLOR k CO '
i . e. WJIQJWSSAI-E 0CEI&V..
go. 200 raoirr street, t t memiitt. v-Kivn
Liberal Adrances Made on ConslgumenU.
ii unriour street, Memphis, tek
P. S. a.r.STOS,
. W. (BUWELL,
ALSTON, CEOWELL & 00,
Ail Commission Merchants. liny, Corn Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Seal,
Lint' , Cement, Plaster, Building and Fire Bricb, tc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard Itowo Memphis.
THE FIRM OF fiIBAR CO., COMPOSED 0t" J. M. OOODBAR, A. B. GOOD
BAR, W. L. CLARK and J. 11. QOOuBAR. waa dlsiolvedJannnry 1, 1S6, by mutual
ooment, A. B. (iooJlmr and J. II floodbar bavins told their entire interest in the assets
t J. M. Uoodbar and W. L. Clark. J . M. QUODBiR.
W. U. CLtAKK.
Mkwphis, Tlx-., January 11, 1888. , . J. H. GOODBAR.
aver-Relerrinf tolhe above notion of dmolutlon, J. M.Goodbar and W. L. Clark he g to
Inform their friend! and customer! that, ai luccerion. they will continue the Wholesale
Boot and Shoe Buiinen.at the old etand, 318 Main itreet. under the old firm name of
UOODBAR A CO.. tiaelne- admitted aa pnrtnori E. J. Carrinirton and F. (1. Jonea from and
after January 1, 185. Those indebted to the
Jameei M. Gaodbar Waa. I. Clark I
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
aa-Tne Honae kaj Perteot VantUaUon and Natural Light, Steam-heating, Klectrie Bella,
end two oi Hale'i FJeraton. All etreet-ari paaa Main itreet aatrance.
RATES-tajM ta t. P T, according to liie and eleration of roomi. Special
rat., te Commercial Traveler!. Abundant unrply of PPRK CISTERN ASP WELL W ATE R
AlSSTEAD .4 LUNDEE,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
RemoTed to 534 Front 8U Cor, Union, MempbJa, Tenn.
- . w. , d m BLACK. Caabv'r. .
Liireu twa a
W. N. WILKERSOS, W. N. Wilkerton k Co
A fl aWTTHal aH U 1 11 AH V 111.
T. II. ALLKN. or X. n. nueii
J. R. GODWIN. Prendent MeioantiU Bunk.
W A. WILLI AVtSON.V -P, Union A P. B'k
a r -unnu p.T.T.. C. A M. Chancery Court,
i .' cr L ,Zr
H. J. maca v.
G. W. MACBAE.
II. U. KADBT.
old firm will make settlement with us.
Kagena J. CarrlntoB Frank G. Jonea