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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1886.
AIIIATEO DEBATE IX THE SEN
ATE OS HIE DAKOTA BILL.
Ignw8lr the Bill ProT'ilIng for an
AjiKlstii.t SwroUrj f
vAsmiciTOS, February 4. House
AfWr Uj r-uJin:oi the jmirnal which
eofurjmed more than ba I n hoar, the
Speaker proonJeil to call the commit
tees far te porta, but no measure ol
lrriDOitince nere ubmitttl.
In the rnoiainir boar, Mr. Calbert
con, Tex., on bths'i of the Commit
tee pa tba Jail inry, called up the bill
dividing the Ewtern JuJu ial District
of Arkanaia into two districlB, to
be known w fi extern and western
districts of t'ie Eastern District cf Ar-
kansas. . Pawed.
Ha aVio railed np and the Horjae
passed the bill to detacb Hood county
Ironi the Waco branch of the North
ern Judicial District of Texas and ii
tach it to the Graham biauch of said
He alM called np and the Houm
passed a hill providing thut, In addi
tion to the present mode of taking
depositions of witnesws in cases pend
ing before Unit id Stales courts, it
hall be lawful 10 take depositions in
the mode prescribed by the laws of the
State in which the court is held.
Mr. Hammond U . o behalf of
the Senate Committee, called up the
bill to prevent theclii raol the war
loanes under the n:t of August 5, 1801,
atd acts amendatory t iereof, by the
United Btates, being set off a;rai nst
States having claims againBt the gen
Mr. Ba-ksdale Mia. made an argu
nent in ivor of the bill, contending
that It was a raufer of simple jilt tic
to varieus Htatee of the Union. The
government, illimitable in its re
sources, as powerful to execute its
promises as it was to enforce its de
creases, could net afford ti plant itself
on the Ilob Hoy rule. The simple
plan is that they aha 1 take that have
the power, and they shall keep that
"Jrir. Hepburn attacked the bill
as proposition id rolieva certain
Bfa'es that had boon in rebellion from
obligation cf payment without in any
way sfempting to secure equal jus
t ee to all the Mates by reimbursing
those which hnd promptly made full
Tending further dlecuBslon the
morning ionr expired, and at 1:60
o'clock the House went Into Commit
tee of the Whole, Mr. Oates of Al
bania in the chair, for the further con
aldeiation of the shipping bill, the
pending amendment being that ollcred
by Mr. Uolman cf Indiana limiting
the compeniittion of collectors, in
spectors end Bhipping commissioners.
Alter short debate the amendment
Mr. Dunn Ark. supported the bill,
end pictured the burden under which
the shlpplrg Interest was suffering.
Nobody would put capital in a busi
er which was taxed 14 per cent.
It the remeval of taxation was indi
rect subsidy, God help the country.
There wm an end cf all argument fir
ths redm lion of taxation. If that was
subsidy, be wanted to subsidize in
that way every laborer In the country.
On motion of Mr. Dingley Me ,
theclanse repealing tec'.lon 4371, Ke
Tlsed BUtatcs, was stricken out, and
clause ineerted repealing that por
tion r f the section which relates to
Teasel entitled to be documented as a
Teasel of the United States.
Mr. Buchanan N. J. offered an
amendment providing that any vessel
arriving irom a foreign port in a port
of the United Rites in distress or not
engaged in trade eball be exempt from
Mr. Hewitt N. Y.J asked and ob
Ulnsd ananio.ous consent to strike
out the amendment agreed to on hie
motion providing that only one con
nlar certificate shall be required on
any tow ol canal-boats or bargee trad
ing between the United States and
Canada. The committee then rose
and the bill wmi passed.
Mr. Bragg Wia. asked unanimous
consent to oiler a resolution setting
apart Friday and Saturday next for
the consideration of ths Fill John
Porter bill, the previous question to be
ordered at 6 o'clock Saturday alter
soon. Mr. Reed of M a. obj ected.
The House then adjourned,
In the Senate to-day the prayer was
oflertd by the Rev. T. DeWitt Tal
mage of Brooklyn, N. Y.
The Chair laid before the Senate a
letter from the Secretary of the Treas
ury in reply to a receut resolution of
the Serate relating to the conscience
fund. The conscience fund, the Keo
ritary says, bod its origin in the popu
lar belief that the donations of money
received from persons unknown were
because of money wrongfully with
held from the government. The lirst
item to the credit of the fund w.s
made In 1842. and the fund now
amonnla to $220,4 12.
Among memorials presented and
appropriately referred was one by
Senator Sewell, consisting of a concur
rent resolution by the Legislature ol
Hew Jersey pretesting against the
granting by Congress of any right to
build a bridge from the shores of New
Jersey to those cf Staler lslsnd, N.Y.,
and asserting the doctrine of Slate's
right in denial tf the powor of Con
gress to grant such authority.
Several petitions were presented
from oi aoiaations et Knights of La
bor urging Uougreaa to open np to set
tlement the territory of Oklahoma.
Sector Cameron called up the bill
providing for the appointment ol an
assistant secretary of the navy. An
amendment snggettd by the Naval
Committee requires that the assistant
should coma irom civil lite.
Kenilrr I'lnmb hoped some expla
mtion would te given of the need of
such an officer, and of the noed of
such baits in Uking up the bill at this
time, it having but recently been re
ported. Senatir Hoar suggested the inquiry
whether it was wise for Congress to
tie the hands of the President in re
quiring that the proposed new cilker
ehonld be taken from civil life.
Sec at r Cameron said the bill ha-1
been originally introduced in compli
ance w.tl t le wieh cf the Secretary of
the Navy, and the Senate Committee
bad t'joiifht it bett to have the ap
pointment niaue noon civil ni, so as
to a o.u j 1 a oueies among cava! offi
cers. Senator Hail thought it very desira
ble that there should be greater infu
s'oi intD the Navy Department cf the
business capacity characteristic o!
act:veaid successful business meu.
Unless the bill should provide for the
rraiing of t'ie appointment from civil
'life there would be sclici'a'.lons by
navrl cfliters and consequent jealous
ies would be aroused. In esse of
emergency the President and Secre
1 try of the Navy already had authority
of Jaw to call in for advice and consul
tation proper experts from among the
fceaator Plumb opposed the ar
pointmntol the proposed cflloer. He
was not neceeearr.
The debate continued at length, a
lrrge nnmberof Secatorson both sides
f the chamber Uking part. The
general sentiment was (tvoiable lo the
bill, bnt finally, at 2 o'clock, and with
out action, the matter wont over until
Tbe Daktta bill was then placed be
fore the Senate and Hen.tor Harrison
trok the floir. He insisted that the
rial animus of the o' jedtons was that
another i'reci lent a' election should
paxs before tbe peoi-J-iof Dakota were
.0 he permitted to participate in such
Senator Me gan raid that the Sena
tor from Indiana (Senator Harrison),
who as evidently a candidate for the
Presidency, might i s; tare a chance
at the votes of Dakota, lit Senator
Morgaa did not think he would ripen
in four years.
Senator Harrison replied that if be
ever ehonld be a candidate, alihough
he would not be at all sure but that
be might justly claim the electoral
vt? e. Alabama, lie never wonld. ex
pect to have it counted for him.
Tbe debate now became emulated,
and on Senator Butler stating t):a', in
one instance, Senator Harrison did
not understand the point at the me
ment in controversy, fWator Morgan
remarked: "Oh, ba do as not want to
understand it; let Limp along."
Senator Harrison insisted that
Messrs. Morgan and Butler bad set up
a man of etraw and bus1;d him all
around the Senate chamber, and, as
tbe debate continued, Senator Hani
ton read papers contradicting tbore
read on tbe other side to show the
fueling prevalent in DakU with
regard to the question of admission.
Qne Hfra'ot crodtsd something of a
sema'ion by qioting King Henry's
exclamation : 'Oh, Lord, how this
world is given to lying." This
brought down the floor as well as the
Other passages at arms took place
between the Senators paiticipating in
the debate. I'or example, when Sen
ator Harrison wanted to know hew
Senator Butler 'would have erctled
the 'new constitution ct Dakota, H not
''the renstitutivn of the State of Da
kota," he propounded this inquiry:
"Would Ihe Senator have begun it
with the wordi, 'by the grace of (Jod
and the Henatar from South Caro
lina?"' Laughter ! To which Sena
tor Buder replied: ''No, I should
have simply said, 'by the grace of the
Senator from Indiana.'" Kenewed
laughter. Sttns'or Harrison spoke at
some length in further maintenance
of points originally made by him in
favor of the committee's hill. In con
cluding his remark ', Nera'or Harrison
appealed for jutilce tr Dakota from
the men who, ai the descendants of
the men ol '70, wonld themselves feci
restive under the restraints new im
posed on the Territory that was seek
Serator But'er obtained the floor ts
reply te Senator Harrison, but Sena'or
Call asked him to give way for an
executive eeaeion. This Senator Butler
wan willing te) do. Senriir Harrison
wished some sgreernent arrived at as
to the time when the Senr.0) should
come tea ve on the bill. Senator
Beck tail that in Setator Vest's
absence he (Beck) would not be will
ing to consent that a time be fixed.
Senntir Harrison understood fiem
Senator Vest's colleague that Senator
Vest might not be in the Senate fjr a
Conaiderable confusion arose as to
the caurse to be pursued, the Republi
cans showing nnwllingness lo go into
executive eeaeion without an agree
ment aa to a vote. Without further
action on the bill the Senate ad
journed, the Chair first putting before
the Senate messagea from the Presi
dent transmitting the report cf the
directors of the. Inion Pacific railway
and a draft ol a bill authorising
certain eapenditarosfrom the Indian
land fund to meet the pressing Deeds
of tbe Miami tribe.
The llonse Committee on Railways
and Canals, after listening to argu
ments from Representatives Murphy
and Pianb in advocacy af the Henne
pin Canal project, appointed those
gentlemen, together with Representa
tive Cale, a subcommittee on that
Mr. RisVv and Mr. Bliss, repre
sentatives of the "Red D" Line ad
d'eased the Committee on PeUofHcee
and Poetroada in favor of larger com
pensation fur carrying the Venetuela
mails. They d mired a contract giving
the company $J0,000 annually, for ten
years, lot carrying the mails, instead
of tbe compeu ation herttifore Al
lowed, which was about $13,000 per
Mr. Risley said tbe company car
ried about 15,000 letters per tiip.
When tip company stopped carrying
malls for the government it notified
its patrons that if they would stamp
their letters it would carry them for
nothing as a rratter of courtesy. At
the neat trip after the mails of the
government were declined their
steamer carried 16,000 letters, while
the British tiaamer, which carried the
United States mails, bad but niue let
ters on beard.
The Senata Committee on Public
Lands lately save a hearing, at their
request, te the newspaper correspond
ents wLe laat week telegraphed to
their papers interviews with Surveyor
General Diwaent of Utah, which in
terviews Mr. Dement, at his recent
examination bv this committee, rami.
dieted, and tke statements contained
in wuica he declared to be without
Messrs. J. P. Corwin and F. P. Pow-
era of the Chicago Timet, O. Q. Bain
and T. C Crawford of the New York
World, and Jules Uutheridcaa oi the
Chicago ffWM, appeared before the
committee and teetilled that the state
ments male in their dispatches were
(rale upon the direct. aUhority of
Mr. W. y. Cuitis of the Chicago
Jnfcr-Oftwa Uii the committee that he
had received the material for his arti
cle apon the subject from Mr. Corwin,
who told him, moreover, that the
prominent Western Senator who De
ment waa reported to have said re
ceived $15,000 fiom the Mormons was
Mr. Teller. Mr. Dement declined to
be present at the hearing. Mr. Teller,
who is a member of the committee,
was present, and by inquiries pur
rowly drew out the avowa'.s with re
spect to the use cf his own name.
roeaiexaa-sia, N. Y February 4.
Detective Jack Reeves of Cleveland,
O , arrived here at 5 o'clock yesterday
altercoen with U J ward Ciowell, who
Reeves says is wanted in that city fir
forgery to the amount of $10,000. The
detective eays trowell made awsy
with this sum and got $10,000 more
on forged checks from ths Union bank
of Cleveland and then tied to Europe.
The detective tracked him tj Belgium,
where he lost the clew. This was
over a year ago. Yesterday he found
tiewell at Newburgh, where he was
running a bucket shop, and took him
quietly away. He lift with his pric
oner laat night for Clevelaud,
TUB BRITISH PARUM1T.
BOIII HOUSES ABJOURM OTEC TO
Mr. Gladstone' Electoral Address te
Ills Midlothian Congtllni ncj
LownoH, February 4 The Liberals
aad Cons-rvktivewchangJ ides on
the meet.ng cf the Houae of Commons
to-day. In the House writs were
moved for the re-election of (he mem
ber who have been appointed to office
tiv Mr- Gladstone, except in the case
r.f Mr. John Morlry, Chief Secrctwy
of Ireland. The House of Commons
adjourned until Saturday, and the
House of Lords until Monday.
OLAMTONK's XLIt'TIOS CASK.
Mr. Gladstone will to-morrow issue
his election address to the voters of
Midlothian, giving the elements ol the
policy upon which he .asks that con
s'ahulnry to return him to the House
ol Commons to fill the vacancy caused
by the fact of his accepting office.
In this the Prime Minister will slate
that the new government will insti
tute aa inquiry into the entire land
question in Ireland, and into the
question why there exists sny necessi
ty for the introduction of any special
ly coercive measures in legislation for
the Irish people; but the main policy
of the government, the address will
declare, Bhhll be to c-ndoavor to reach
the source and seat of the mischief
generally admitted lo exist in that
country. The following is one of tbe
sentences contained in the address,
and one which indicates pretty plainly
the outlines of the Irish policy de
cided Ufon by Mr. Glalstone: "Al
though tbe difficulties ef the task
make it impossible to anticipate suc
cess with confidence, we shall draw
comfort from tbe knowledge thit we
are engaged in a gret work of peace."
no orroNino.y to chambcrlain. .
No opposition will be otlered to the
re:f lectio a t) Parliament of Mr. Cham
be'r'ain, the president of the Local
Government Board in the new minis
try. MORI. ICY TO II K mOVIDED FOR.
In the evert of the di f sat of John
Morley in the re-election at New Cai
tle Mr. Parnell oOers t find him a
constituency in Ireland.
LORD UOHEnKRY's A Pl':.l NTM KNT.
The appointment of Lord Roeehery
as Secretary of Foreign Affairs in Mr.
G'adetone's Cabinet is generally ap
proved. It is believed that Lord Rose
bery will follow the policy pursued
by Lord Salisbury. The marktti have
in nowise been affected by the an
nouncement of the new cabinet.
lOgyptian securities ate firm.
Till IRISH TRUSS ON .MORLKY.
They newspapers ol Ireland gen
erally interpret the appointment of
Mr. John Morley as Chief Secretary
lor Ireland to mean a transfer ol
power to the Irish rulers, but they (ay
the precedents warn he people against
anything too sanguine.
Mr. Gladnlona'a Ureeee Policy.
Vibsica, February 4. The J'ulilical
Carrmpondtnee says that Rustem
l'aiba, the Turkish Ambassador at
London, has informed the Turkish
government that Mr. Gladftjne will
continue Lord Salisbury's Greece
policy only on .the condition that the
i ewers compel the Porte to effect
needed reforms In the Empire.
Vienna, February 4. The Porte
supports the demands of Bulgaria for
a war indemnity from Servia.
CopENHAairc, February 4. The Su
preme Court haa quashed the sentence
f eix months' imprisonment recently
imposed on M. llorup, vice-president
of the Folketbing and editor cf the
PtAititrno, for printing an article in
sulting t the King of Denmark.
Fari February 4. The Court of
Appeal at Amiens recently rendered
a decision that Catholic priests may
marry, notwithstanding the fact that
tbe Court of Caseation decided other
wise in 1848. The higher court, how
ever, has net yet interfered with the
decision ol the Amiens court.
Bkllkvilib, Ont., February 4. The
water in the river has now attained a
bight ol six inches above -its highest
previous level, and is rising steadily.
Two streets which previously escaped
the flood are being submerged, and
people who returned to their dwellings
when the water full last week have
again been driven out.
Toronto, Ont , February 4. A to
boggan with a man aad three women
aboard was started on its passage
down the slide hero yesterday before
it was closed. The totoggan struck
the obstruction with terrific force. One
woman's skull was crushed and the
other women were frightfully cut
about the head. The man escaped in
Jury. Paris, February 4. Nearly a'l the
workers in the muslin, lace, calico,
merino, cashmere and table linen
manufactories at St. tjuentin. Depart
ment cf Aisne, are on a strike and the
majority of the factories are closed.
To-day the men on a tHke are parad
ing tbe streets. The situation is re
garded aa very dangerous, and the
authorities are taking military precau
tions to avoiu a not.
DEATH OF MRS. BAYARD.
Tbe arnietlons f the Honored Sec
retary ofBtaite t'aoiaal.
Xew York Herald: That official r
eitlen la the warrant far his country
men to express a sympathy which
might be intrusive were Mr. Bayard
merely a private cltiaen. Such a pub
lic expression cannot abate his sor
row, but it can assure him of their
unanimous respect lor the purity,
simplicity and loveliness ol his sun
dered relations with daughter and
wife. His comoUtions must be drawn
from renewing a (lection in memory, in
a manner to which words he spoke
on his last public appearance in this
city, in October, 188i, though then
uttered concerning a great historical
event, now have a personal applica
"In an impei feet way we can real
ize the completeness of Divine com-
EBneation, and that so it always will
e that those who in seasons of dark
ness and distress, which may ceine at
any time, shall still cling to the con
viction that lies within their hearts,
will be certain of reward."
Anaerleaa Roman Cut boll t'olleae.
Amkapous, Md., February 4. In
the Senate yesterday Mr. Shriver of
Carroll county introduced a bill to in
corporate the American College of the
Koivau Catholic Church of the United
States. The inr orpoi ators are Arch
binhop Gibbons ct Baltimore, Rvan
cf Philadelphia, Corrigan cf New
York and Williams of Boat an. The
object of the coilere is the education
of voung men fcr the ministry of the
Catholio church, the principal office
t) be in Baltimore.
JUST AS BAD AS PAIS I LP.
Widespread Camaaailaa t'aaaed by
Ike Terrible of
The story published in fheee col
umns recently, from tbe Rochester
(S. Y ) Drmocrul ami Chronicle, created
a deal cl comment here aa it has else
where. Apparently it caused even
oiore commotion in Rochester, as the
following fioni the same paprraton:
Ir. J. R. He.nion.who is well known
not only in Rochester, but in nearly
every part of America.sent an extend
ed arlul J lo this paper a few days ago,
which waa duly published, detailing
his remarkable experience and rescue
fiom what seemed to be certain death.
It would be impoaeibU to enumerate
the personal inquiries which have
been made at our" office as to the va
lidity of the article,but they have been
so numerous that iurtherinvestigation
of tbe subject was deemed necceeary.
With this end in view a reprenenie
ti ve of this paper called on Dr. Henion
at his residence on Andrews etree',
wbeu the following interview oc
curred: That article of yocrs, doc
tor, has created quite a whirlwind.
Are the statements about the terrltla
condition yon were in, and the way
you were rescued, snub ai you can sus
"Kveryonecf them and many ad
dil'oral ones. I was brought ao low
by neglecting the first and most pimple
symptoms. I did not think I was
sick. It is true 1 bad frequent head
aches; ft It tired most of the time;
could eat nothing one day and was
ravecous the next; felt dull pains and
my stomach waa ouf of order, bnt I
did not think it meant novthing ser
ious. The medical profession has
been treating symptoms instead of dis
eases for years, and it is high time it
cc Aed. The symptoms I have just
mentioned or any unupua! action or
irrilbt'oa of the water channels indi
cate ttie approach cf kidney 1 lsease
more tlaa a cough announces the
coming of consumption. We do not
treat the cough, but try to help the
luncs. We Should not waste our time
trying to relieve the headache, paias
about the body or other symptoms,
but go directly to the kidoeya, the
so" roe of most of thet-e ailments."
"This, then, is what you meant
when you said that more than one
half the deaths which occur arise from
Brighl's disease, is it, Doitjr?"
"Precinely. Thousands cf diseases
are torturinit pi ot.le to-day, which in
reality are liright's disease in some cf
its many forms. If is a hydra-headed
monster, add the tl giiest symptoms
should strike terror to ever y one who
has them. I can look back and recall
hundreds cf deaths which phyKic'iiQS
declared at the time were caused by
pa'alysia, apoplexy, heait disease,
pneumonia, malarial fivir and other
common compUintt, which I eeenow
were caused by Briglit's disease."
"And did all these cases have Bim
ple svmptoms nt first ?"
"Every one of them, and might bave
been cored aa I was by the timely ate
of the same remedy. 1 am ge tingmy
eyes thoroughly opened in this mat
ter and think I am. helping others to
see the facta and their possible danger
Mr. Warner, who was visited at his
establishment on 2f o: th St. Paul street,
spoke very earnestly:
"It is true that Bright's disease bad
increased wondei fully, and we find by
reliable f-Utiatics that from 1870 to
1880 its growth was over 250 per cent.
Look at the prominent men it haa
carried off, and is taking off every
year; for while many are dying appa
rently of paralysis and apoplexy, they
are really victims of kidney disorder,
which causes heart disease, paralysis,
apoplexy, etc. Nearly every week the
papers record the death of some promi
nent man from this scourge. Recent
ly, however, the increase has been
checked and I attribute this to the
general use of my remedy."
"Do you think many people are af
flicted with it to-day who do not real
"A prominent professor in a New
Orleans medical college wn,3 lecturing
before his class on the subject of
Bright's disease. He had various
fluids under microscopic analysis and
was Bhowing the students what the in
dications Of this terrible malaly were:
'And now, gentlemen,' he ta!d, 'as we
bave seen tbe unhealthy indications,
I will show you how it appears in a
state of perfect health,' and he sub
mitted his own fluid to the usual test
As be watched the results his coun
tenance suddenly changed his color
and command both left him, and in a
trembling voice be said : 'Gentlemen,
I bave made a painful discovery; I
have Brighl's disease of the kidneys.'
And in leBS than a year he was dead.
The slightest indications of any kidney
difficulty should be enough to etrike
terror to any one."
"' You know ol Dr. Henion's caie?"
"Yes. I have both real and beard
"It is very wonderful, is it not?"
''No more so than a grca1, many
others that have come to my notice as
having been cured by the same
"You believe then that Bright's dis
ease can be cured?"
"I know it can. I know it from my
own and the experience ol thousands
ol prominent persons who were given
np to die by both their physicians and
" You speak of yonr own experience ;
what was it?'1
. "A fearful one. I had felt languid and
unfitted for business for years. But I
did not know what ailed me. When,
however. I found it was kidney diffi
culty I thought there was little hoae
and f did the doctors. I bave since
learned that one of the physicians of
Ihis city pointed me out to a gentle
man 03 the street one day, saying:
There goes a man who will be dead
within a year.' I believe his words
would have proved true if I had not
providentially ueed the remedy now
known as Warner's Safe Cure."
"Did you make a chemical analysis
of the case of Mr. H. H. Warner
some three years ago, doctor?" ws
asked Dr. S. A. Lattimore, one of
the analysts of the State Board ol
"Yes, sir." '
"Whit did this analysis show you?"
"A serious disease cf the kidneys."
"Did yoa think Mr. Warner could
'No, sir. I did not think it pos
sible." "Do you know anything about the
remedy which cured him ? '
"I have chemically aualvaed it, and
And it pure and harmless." '
Dr. Henion was enred .rtw yeart ago,
and 11 writ and attending to his profes
sional duties to-day in this city. Ths
standing of Dr. Henion, Mr. Warner
and Dr. Lattimore in the community
is beyond question, and the statements
they make caunot for a moment be
doubted. Dr. Henion's experience
shows Hat Bright's disease of the kid
neys is one of the most deceptive and
dangerous of all diseases, that it is ex
ceedingly common, bnt that it ran be
enred if taken In tirne
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H.J. BLACK, of
a"W Aolborlieii to do a General Dankint BimlneM, Receiva Depotili and Pay Intercut thera
on, Iliicnunt Paper, aot aa Truitee. Ailwini.trator, bieeutor or Guardian, elo.. Receiver
lor Individual!, t'orporationa and LITIGANTS. Alno, hare a Rafe Jjepnmt Vault, wherein
ralnah'ea ol all kind" are to he aaloly kept. Navlugja cepoclally avllclliMl.
arv Butineai lo eomuienca February 1, ltt5.
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Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grecers
CaO-CDS iPrtjat fU., XSempMs, Team
mo. vtsmhxm s. m
Cotton Factsrs, Commission Oerchant
No. 116 8outh Main &t.. St. XoitU.
ANDREW STEWART, New Orleans.
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
NO. S56 AND S58 FRONT STREET, XiEMPIIIIH, TE33I.,
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NEW ORLEANS. MUJ8IAJ?A.
D. T. PORTER.
Biccessori to POUTER. T1YLCB A COh
VO. SOO FRONT STREET, i i SZHMPKIS- TTJft
Liberal Advances Haute mm CnaigaiBBienta.
11 UNIO JT UTBEET, MEMPHISTMK
P. B. AMTOIT,
B. W. CBOTTILL,
lad Commission Merchants, nay, Corn Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Heal,
Lie , Cement, Floater, Untitling- and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row, Memphis.
TDK FIRM OP HeonBlR A CO., COMPOSED 0? J. M. G00DBAR, A. B. GOOD
AR, W. L. CLARK nod J. H. GOOoBAR, waa disaolvod January 1, 1880, by mutual
connoni, A. B. Uno Jbar and J. U- Ooodbar baTiai told their antira Interest in tha asu
to J. M. Ooedkar ana W. h. Clark. J. M. OOODBAR.
Wa Lj CLAKK.,
A. B. GOUPBAR.
MavpRis, Taxa., January 14, 1(M. , . 3i J. H. U00DBAR.
axrReierrlni to the above notice of dlnolution, J. M. Ooodbar and W.L.Clark bar to
Inform their friendi and euatnmara that, aa aaeeaiaora, they will continue the Wholesale
Boot and Shoe Bualneia, at the old atand, 319 Main atreet, under the old firm name ol
UOODBAR k CO., harina admitted aa partner! R. J. Carrinirton and V. G. Jonea from and
after Janaary 1, Waa, Xhoae Indebted lo tbe old firm will make settlement with na.
GOODBAK at vv.
ami M. tSoodbar Wm. In riark Knacna J. Carrlngjtoa rrank O. Jane
BOOTS and SHOES
319 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
NewlT Constmotedand Elaborately Fnrnislied, Con
ttptrtg 225 Large and Elegant Rooms.
aTTho Douae haa Perfeot Ventilation and Natural Light, Bteam-heatlng, Klectrio Belli,
and two Bale't Elevator. All itraet-ean paat Mala itreet entrance.
RATES fa.SC Ut $4 per day, accordlnc te ! tad elevatioa of roomi. 6pcolaJ
rate to Commercial Travel era. Abandant supply of PURE CISTERN AND WELL WATKR
ARillilSTEAD & LUMDEE,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
KcmoTed to 334 Front StM-Cor. Union, 10.9m phis, Tenn.
W. N. WILKKROON, VT. N. Wilkenon 4 Co
i. II. Aiil.t.-. ol T. H. Allen Co.
R. DUDLKY FRAYS Kit, trayaer A Scrurw.
J. R. GI IN, PrefHent Me-cantila Bank.
W. A. WlLl.IAVbON.V -P. Union k P. B'k
8. 1. McLOWKLL. O. k. M C!h.nr ftnnrt.
R. J. Black k Co.
I ANDREW D. GWYNNE, Memphis
U. W. MACIJAE.
H. H. MACBT.
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CEOf ELL &
It i: At. ESTATE..
No. &W, R. D. Chancery Court cf asjelbr
County ritaie ei Xanneawe for iti ewa
use, (te., ye. Mariarat Uioe et al.
BV irtue ff aa lnUrlieuUry dean Sir
eaie. entered in the aboTO oaaae ea tie
2Uh day of lieoember, r, M. B. 0. paae
Ml, I will Mil, at pibiic ant-lion, lo tae
hichett bidder. Id fr.ut of tha Clivk aad
MaXer a offioe, eoart-houae of Shelby Ceaa
t , Meuipbia. lean., on
kataraay, darek a, 1SS6,
within leial koura, tke fnilowma; daearTaed
prnii.rty, auuaud in baalby county, Iaoa,
Lot 62, block 1, A. Wrlirht'f tobdirbVe.
30X16TS feetnath aide of Geurgia etreat,
fent west of W riabt avea ne.
Lot '3, black I, A. WhcHt'i tabdirUlan.
yulfiT'-i reat, enuih aide ot Georgia atreet, 49
teet wm! of W riant ereeue. Hld aa praver
ty ef Margaret Rice aae Mtiera.
Lot 32, Work 2, A. Wright'a luhdrelabin,
fronting 11 7-10 feet on aouih aide of Georgia
atreet, eeuthwect eoraar of LaRone atreet.
and runaing aeutheaaiwardly with LaRoae
atreet 1-U.3 teet; tbeare aeat 87.5 Ket to an
aller;theno with the eaal ids of aaid alley
1U7 A leal to Georgia atreet. boid aa property
of Kllen bharpe.
Lot 'M, blcck 12, east (Ml of Recend atreet.
Fort Pickering, UilUUfeet, lUi feet north ef
L't an. block 13. ea.laide of reoond street.
Tenth War), 21i1mi feet, fold aa property
Ol Mattie hi. Lawranrw and otheri.
Fart of lot 12, block JO, fronting II fwt on
ittt aide of alley eaat ot Sixth itret. Fort
Pickering, and rtjm.ing buck west 87H feet,
boing nirth ot the eat prt ol lot LI, block 30.
Part of lot M, block 3S, being the eaat 87
feet of said lot, fronnrgiiS feet en west aide
of alloy ea-t of Sixth street.
Lot 14. Iilook 30, northaut corner cf Jack
Ion and Sixth atroet, Tenth Ward, SJxVt
feet, bold at property of Anthony W. blade
and the unknown heirs ol diaries Ptiilmott.
Lot 8, block 40, south aide of Carolina
atroet, SOil'M) feet, 3' foot east of Ninth
streot. Sold as property ot Fred W. Retaer.
Part of block 37, eoutnwo-t oorner af Caro
line and Main streets, t)0xl27H frt. Soid aa
proporty ot D. J. bharpe and otbera.
Let f, block U, went side of Fourth atreet.
Fort Pickering, iMxlUS foot. '
Lot 10, block 1(1, want aieo of Fourth street.
Fort Pinkering, asxlli!-, foot. Seld ae prop
erty of Joseph Tal.
Lot , J. at. Tata inbdiTisinn, WxlSS foot,
eaat aide of Wilkeraoi tlreec, oJfaot Berth el
Georgia street, Teetk Ward.
Lot 11, block IS, weal side of Foaruh streot.
Fort Piekeriig, 74 feet aortli ol Caroliifct
street, 24xll2'4 feet. cld aa propeiay ef
leal ef Bale Oa a srnaUt of six menthci
note kearieg liksreel. with irond security,
rraaired; liae retaiaae; redeiup'.ioa barred
This February I, 'S6.
A. I. MeDO WILL, Clerk and Uaeter.
By J. M. Bradley. Deeaty C. aad M.
Y U.k J. W. Beiskeil. solicitors.
No. 48oS, R Chancery Court of Shelby oenn
ty State of lennersac for its own nse, etc.,
vs. John II. TikHo et al.
By virtue of an interlocolory decree for
sale entered in the above cause on the
2Mb day ol November, 1S5, M. B. 50, rase
29, 1 will soil, at public auction, to the bign
e.it bidder, in front el tke Clerk and Master's
oiliceg Courthouse of Shelby oounty, Mem
phis. Tenn., on
NaearalKjr, Fs-brnnry SO, 1HHO,
within legal hours, tbe following described
prorerty, situated la Shelby oouuty, Tenn..
Lots 11 and 13 Vollentine subdivision, north
and adjoining 8uhl and McKarlond : Ut 11
being 1U1 by &3 feet. Lot 13 being 172' by
'.'..;-!- feet. Sold aa property of John 11.
Tigue, C. F. Adder and ottters.
Lots 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 17 and 27, north side ef
Vollentine menus. Lot 27 oontaiaiDg 22 l-
acres. Lots 7, 8, 13 and 17 being V by
2b3 fect each.
A certain iract on tl-e northwest oorner of
Vollontine and Welkins avenues Betin
Diuc at a stake on tke north boundary line
ol tbe&OOO-acre slice grsntand S'miheast cor
ner of tbe Vollentine tract: theaoe nearly
north with the diyidirg line ol T. A. Par
ran s and Vollentiae tract 13 enainsM links
to a stake in euid line) thsnoe weit 7
chains 2d links ; thence south and parallel
with said dividing line 12 en-aim SI links to
a slake in said John Rioe's north line;
thence eatt with aaid line to the begin
ning, containing 9 67-100 acres. Sola aa
property of S. M. Ward and P. 11. Bryson.
Lot 11 Crockett subdivision, beginiiirjgat
northeast eorner of the haloiuh plankroad
and Lewis street; thence ea't along the
Raleigh road li6feet; thence nornh 435 7-1
feet to the northeast corner of lot 11 ; thence
US feet west to the east line of Lewis street;
thence south 476 feet on east line ef Lewii
street to the beginning. Sold as property of
Simon and Tobias Welf and Vf in. Whtttuker.
Lota 34, 35 and 36, Weakley'a aabdivision,
north side of an aveeoe 33 feet wide, lead
ing from tho west aide of Second street to
waterworks on the east bank of Wolf river,
beginning at a point ISO feet weak of Seoond
street; tbonoe north with tne weat line of a
one-acre lot sold y Fitagibben ta Margaret
Bnnnon. 110 loot 'to th northwest oorner ef
said one-acro lot; tHenee east to the south
west corner of another one-sore lot hereto
fore said to said Margaret Buniea ; thenee
northwestwardly with the west line ef said
lot 148 feet, more er less, ta the scath liaa
of W. A. Biekford't let; thence weatwardly
with Bieklord'a line to the northeast eorner
of lot 2; tbence southwardly with tbe east
line ef said lotto tae aerta Una ef tbe ave
nue Irst mentioned; taeaoe naetwardly ta
the beginning, containing 1 77-11X4 acree.
Bold as the property ef Mary aad Fiansis
Part of lot 10, Crockett's subdivision, S5l
425 feet, on the nortn side at the Kaleigl
road, east and adjoining let 11. Sold as tn
property of Mary T. Stnhl.
Terms ol Sale On a red it tf six months I
note with security, bearing- interest Irom
date, required; lies retained, redemption
This January 15, 181.
S. I. MCDOW ELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. Bradley, lteraty C. and U.
F. 11. A C. W. UctskelU Solicitors.
X riiie"a Naue.
BY virtue of a trust deed executed to me
as truKtee by E. M Apperson and Susan
B. Aprerson, his wife, recorded in record
hook A 2, page 44U, in the Circuit Court
Clerk's and hocorder's eBice et' Crittenden
county, Arkansas, to scenre certain indebt
edness therein mentioned, default having
been made in said docd ol trust, I will, at the
request of the beneficiary in mid trust deed,
Febrnnry 18, 186,
within legal hours, on the promises, offer fcr
sale, ut public outcry, for rash, to the high
est bidder, the following proporty described
.in said trust deed, to-wit, the plantation
known as Vynke and Berkley plantations,
situated in Crittenden county, Arkansas,
about nine mites below Memphis, being as
follows, to-wit: All of seelion 19, T6, NE 9
K, 6(3 10-100 acres; W H N W X section 20, T
6, N R 9 K, 0 acres : r, (r M section 20, T 8,
N R 9 E. 240 acres : N W fr H section 30, T 6,
N R 8 E, 9S 88-100 aeres: part ef Spanish
Grant No, 2373, 1S.NHIB, m 2-100 acre:
Nli H section 25, T6. N RB, IrtO acres; N
section 31, T, N R9 B, M acres;
NW X section 31, T 6. N K I B. ISO acres : S W
- section 31), T 6, N R 9 E, ltO acres: SE X
sootion 25, T 6, N R 8 E, 190 aores ; N X
tion 26. T 6, N H 8 E. 311 acres ; W section
25, T , N R 8 K, iOO asree : SB fr X section
30, TS, N R 9 E, 58 aeres; fr sootion 29, T,
N R9 E, 12 acres: part ef Spanish Grant
No. 2373, U.HhiiE. 1M aerea in all con
taining twenty-eight hundred aid eighty
two and 10-luO acres, together with ail Im
provements Iheroon and all appurtenances
thereunto belonging. The eraity ef redemp
tion and right to dower and homestead
Also at said time and placer aid on said
terras, will sell the following personal prop
erty, situate and new ea said plantations,
to-wit: Forty-seven mules, forty-one head of
cattle, four hogs, being all Ihe miles, cattle
and hogs on said plantations. Also, a full
and complete assortment et farming imple
ments. Title believed to be geed, though I sell
and warrant only as trsstee.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock.
W. M. bHKL'D, Trustee.
ALL perrons owning and balding Judg
ment Certificates, er ooupons thereon,
marurna August 1, 1W , issued by Tipton
county under ar set of the 6 . oral Assembly
ot tbe Stated lernessee, app.oved Deem
ber 21, l&tl, in eonsprcmise ef juCgmenta
rendered in tbe Circuit tear, of the I nited
States for the Western Diitrict Tonnesrce,
at Memphis, are hereby notited te present
said Jadament Certificates and eouiom and
detached coupons, for payment, tethe Union
anil Planters Bunk in aaid city ol Mem-
thi", Tenn., on or before the lat day af
cbrnaty. A.l. Inns, whan and where
the same will be paidaemrding te tbe terms
and conditions o. tho said Judgment Certifi
cates and compromise nmmetit entered
into between lip too eeunty ml her said
creditors. Ibis 31et day of Deceit 184.
, . v A- w- SMITH,
Chairman of the Connly C'enrt el Tipton Ce.'
B. F. LOlIKK, .
Kollce or Final Settlement.
No. 4837 R (7) In the Probate Court of Shel
by County, Tennessee-Walter D. Moon,
administrator of Isaac W.,laeon, decee-ed.
THIS is to notify all persons interested in
the esute or said Iiaae W. Maeo, dee'd,
that lvill. at my office in the city of Mem
phis, on Thursday, Fernery 11, 16S, at It
o clock a.m., take and tt. the final settle
ment of tbe accounts of Walter D. Meon, as
administrator of the wute of said Iaaee W.
Moon, deed. This Janusry SO, 1.
v. t , r U. B.CULLHN, Clerk.
By Lents kettmann, Deputy Clerk.
Pest "B l'oiten, Atteneyi.