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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-ATUKDAY,. FEBRUARY 13 ' 1880.
THE rBITATE CALENDAR COS
SIDERED I THE HOUSE.
A BuRj Day la the CommltteeRooms
Toe InteroatioBal Copyright
Washinistois, February 1 2. Jfoute,
After the reference of a large nnm
ber of innate bills to the appropriate
committee, tbe Speaker proceeded to
call committees for reports of a privats
At tbe conclusion of the call tbe
House went into committee of tbe
whole. Mr. Hammond f Oa J ia the
chirr, on tbe priva e calendar.
A number oi private bills were
parsed and a ricees tiken to 7:30
At tbe evening sesiion the House
parsed seventy-one pension bills and
adjourned until to-morrow.
Ia Ibe I'atamlUee-Kooraa.
The House Committee on Commerce
to-day agreed to a favorable report
upon Kepreaenutive lieimont s bill
autborig nc tbe construction of a lu 1-
road bridge a tods Staten Island Sound
a, the ArtLur kill.
Before the Naval Committee of the
House, to-day, Secretary Whitney
and Admiral rorter save tneir views
at leDgth npon the subject of naval
reconstruction, becretary Wbitney
believed tbnt this government could
immediately begin the construction
of tall adcz?n steel cmisera some
what larger in i n than tbe Chicago.
Me thought tbe work could be done
more economically nt private yards,
out regarded It as necessary that pro-
visioas be made for equipping the
navy vards wltu modern plants. Ad
miral forter dwelt upon the advan-
la ps of completing tbe construction
of the monitors, and submitted u plan
for a vessel of his own design, to have
a speed cf twenty knots per bo dr.
AMD 11UUOD UUU1U1IVI CU UU UflllUr VJm OttiBM, UMII V If lUCQ HOU IB
day agreed to repot t favorably Kepre- ways careful to have them shining,
Winchester Cathedral. It was be who
was tbe leader of tbe Lancastrians in
Richard Ill's time, and went into exile
with bis brother in tbe cause of Henry
Tudor. He ia an ancestor of tbe pres
ent Earl of Devon.
Gxn. Gourko is no except'on to the
rule "Scratch a Russian and you will
find a Tartar." Called from Warsaw
to St. Petersburg by unexpected Cabi
net changes, be ordered a let of Nihil
ists t J be hanged several daja before
the appointed time. "I want to see
all such joba cleared up before I
leave," he said.
William Dobkiiiimkb of New York,
United Bute District Attorney, said
yesterday tbat be had sent his resin-
nation to President Cleveland, bat
that he would remain in the office un
til bis auoeearor had nullified. He
declined to give any reason for the
step further than that his prhate af
fairs demanded all his time.
JlSTIOB FlSLD. of the Bn Drama
Court, tikes deep icterett in the elec
trical inventions of Mr. Kdison. "I
would not." h is rerjarteal aa aavinv.
"be surprised any day to bear that be
bad discovered the secret that the
alchemist searched for so long, and
invented some method of keeping tbe
vital spark alive firever. The vitil
spark ia nothing but electricity, after
Phkidbnt Ci.ivcland is soon to re
ceive Iiom Alaska a cane made. by
kick, toe B-uitVH policeman oi Nitka.ol
yellow cedar, skillfully carved, the
carving represents the history aid tra
dit'oia of the bear family, that animal
being the "totem" of tbe Kahtwatuis.
the most nuraeious of tbe taa Indian
families that constitute tbe Donulation
of Sitka. It is finished with a ferule
of Alaska geld.
It is aaid that Senator Beck of Ken
tucky has the target t foot in the Sen-
at), He wears a bio id eleven, of calf.
Senator Voorbeeaof Indiana can stand
a No. 10. if broad at tbe toe. while
Henatir Butler of South Carolina has
the smallest foot, excepting Senator
Mahone, who wears a No. 8 of the
finest kid. Mr. Butler weara No. 6s.
narrow toea and la al-
MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE, j RAW HANDS,
KANSAS CIIY CHARTER
PASSED THE HOUSE
As It Came From tbe 8euate-Kef.
alar Legislative Proceedings
Bills and Resolutions.
seat stive O'Neill's bill providing that
no property snail be exempt from
seizure and sale upon which an exe
cutes is made for personal services
' rendered by any mechanic, h borer or
aervuat to an a.i ount not exceeding
S1GU It is provided that tie bill
shall apply lo tl e Distiict of Co'ntn-
bia a ad tie lerrrones, and tbnt all
actions timlr the bill shall be ton
memed within fix months af ler the at r-
vitie was rendered.
A Itvorttblo report was also direct
(d to be made on a bill to grant flf
teen days leave nf absence annually
to empioH'H oi tne jureau oi l.ngrav-
ing arm i riniiDg.
AIj. C. A. S;ory of Chicago ad
dressed the House Commiltie oa Kiu
cation to-day in behalf of Kenrenent
tive Lawler's bill to test the science of
Ihe Military Cotnmit'ee ol the
House decided to day to reonmmend
tbe construction of a soldier's home
wt r.f the Rocky Mountains, ti cost
Tbe Senate Committee on Patents
continued its bearing npon the inter
national copyright bills this morning.
Mr. liojor Stiermrfn of Philadelphia,
jbiu wiure me commit ee printed
sheets containing iu brief his ot jec
tiona lo the passage of an international
copyright bill. He avowed himself
one of the A merit an nirates, sod said
he had the black thriving. Incident
ally, hut with emphasis, ha charged
that tbe Ewyrloptdia liriUanica, a re
print of whfen be was the publisher,
was imported at less than its lawful
duty, and this wm done under a false
ruling of the Triiuury, which had
been obtained for a considein'ion. If
he dared he would mention names.
He saggested reference to a report of
Spec'ai Agents Dutton and Williamp,
which, he in d, wni suppressed be
cause it implicated every importer of
books in the United Kln'ea in circular
practices. They were all tremt ling in
their bcota because of tbe disclosures
he am to make.
Mr. Dana Kites cf Boston replied
briefly t) Mr. Sherman, who, he said,
was the publisher of a reprint o the
Lncyckitdia Jiritannica. He repre
sented niinerlf alone in bis argument,
and wished to delay the passage of an
intematioaal copyright law until be
conld bring out the remaining vol
umes cf that work. He was the only
stiocfwful pirate of foreign works.
Mr. Shermna bad not told the com
mittee that Uim man who llrst roi
ceived the idea of reprinting that work
was now bankrupt.
Gov. Hi iinABii of Minnesota says:
If the convention was hill today
to nnmiont a President MlnneaoU
would go for Blaine."
bia Anrriw Sbarlb Hart. I.I. T)
vice-provoit of Trinity College, Dub
lin, wbo bai just been knigbtsd by
Lord Carnarvon, was a claw-fellow
and "chum" of Isaac Batt, aid be
tween the two men who subseouentlv
diverged so widely in their respective
careers there was always a warm and
intimkt) friendship. In the under
graduate course Hart and Butt were
often pitted against cash other. Kich
showed brilliant qualities, and on one
ocrauou only did Butt succeed in ee
curing the prise from Hart in the e'ms
(Joi,. Wili.8. Hays, the coat and
song-writer, made bis debut upon tbe
miuRtrei stage last featnrday night it
the Masonic Temple Theater, Louis
v. lie, in a little long and sketch pre
pared by himself. He was assisted by
members cl Mclntvre A Heath'a Min-
strei cmow, and scored un instantane
ous success. The bouse a in pu .-ked
from pit to dome, and Col. Hays was
called out a dctun times and present
ed with many floral designs. It is
probable that he will sien with Mcln-
tyre & Heath for the reminder of tbe
Mrs. J. R. Baiiour. wife of Repre
sentative Barbour of Virginia, who
died on Sandav.bad been unconscious
for more tbm three days. Her illness
waa caused by a fall about two weeka
ago, which was followed by compres
sion of the brain and the loss of her
mental faculties. Un the eveninsr of
tbe accident Mrs. Barbtmr was in un
usually good health, and after spend
ing several hours with the members of
her f am I started to ber room. In.
stead of going directly there aha went
into an adjoining room where she
staid until the gaa in the bill had
been extinguished, and whilb trying
to grope her wav in the dark fell do an
the a'nlrs. Her acream aa she fell
brought her husband to her assistant
and, though she waa conscious then.
she fainted before she could be re
moved to her io.
lartCUL TO TBS APPIAL.I
Jackson, Miss., February 12. The
bill incorporating the Kam ai City,
Memphis and Birmingham railroad
paj!ed the House to day and goes to
tbe Governor for sppioval. A per
sistent effort waa made in the House
to relieve the bill of tbe twelve-mile
amendment imposed in tbe Senate by
the friends of the Memphis, Birming
ham and Atlantic Railroad Company,
but it was sustained by a vote of 77 to
29, thus relieving tbe latter company
from embarrassment. It Las been
evident for some time that the Legis
lature was resolved fo protect this
company in the construction of its
SAX JONES'S SERMONS.
One of I ho
Holdout Kobberlea ou
8w rbtaby Lamab is the first choice
of the Dartmouth seniors for com
mencement orator, with James Rus
eell Lowell second and Roscoe Conk
Ma. Josii ft ARon received from his
admirers flCOU more thsn was re
quireu to cover ins election expense,
and promptly returned it to them.
Thj eighty-firtt anniversary of Mr.
David Dadley Field's birthday will be
celebrated bv a family gathering it
w ue noure in Warn ngton
next Siturday. B
Ma. Gb3bo V(. Cablb will give bia
in" .ni" Acad'"
ory, "Grande Pointe" at the Mei
oaon, Boston, on Monday and Tues
day evenings of next week.
Tbirb are rumors to the lTct that
Mm. JJabgren has removed her
homefrom Waihington to Pbiladtl
puis i because her novel of society in
JMthere8' C"y h" m,d8 her unPPu
' Joua Morliy, the SecreUry for Ire
land, remarked, in a speech delivered
hSn th th0Ulht o( M n "co
holder, that he a, . Whig by tern-
a Kidual by experience.
i.?"!'.1.? B' Gow!' of the Ke,d-
4 u8 .uruu nM s clerk read all the
5 nwW" thnj comes ti his olli e
; aad mark every reference to him: tbe
i P eaiau ones with red pencil and ill
ulsagreeable ones wiih blue.
James Pryob l.t.i. a. .
' hhH '"' ' XhA idon-Ciu!
J rJde coach-drivers. He used to
I bVd.rJv" on that
j, dainty ea'er, and while ho ' 8
, . diBliee, ibete the Spaker uanally
1 j down itu lone rare 0' J
Yf , r
j geUing a repnution for bon met
. auch as this: A Western TWiofrW
marked, in hi. free-and-ewy y
: She replied : 'Yes, we hail from Baf
falo, but we rtijn here."
; BisHor Pn" OocT,K ay's skeleton
his beea nneaithed in the crypt oi
Cinoinnati. O . Fobrnarv 12 Sm
P. Jones, the evangelist, who closes a
long and successful series of meeting
here this week, baa uubliahed a rani.
announcing tbe pubticu'.ion by a firm
In this city i f big sermons. In it he
says: "Rhodes A McOlure oi Chi
cago (the Utter a preacher, I under
stand) have pBrptt-ated the boldest
robbery (on my wife, and children),
and burnished their deel with the
most H'idacious impudence on re ord.
They have copyrighted my own ser
mons against myself. I hope all hon
est book dealers will rtfase to dta' in
the stolen goo Is."
IMaiulrotia Effects or a Male's Kirk.
Naw Yoaic, February 12. Thomas
Dean and John Gee, laborers oa the
new aqueduct at Sbsfc Nn. . KIboi.i,
Hollow, at daybreak yestwday under
took tt convey to the heading of the
snn-i iwo casea ot giant powder, each
weighing fifty pounds. The explosive
was on the csr drawn bv a mui. On
tbe same car, although contrary to the
orders given to tbe workmen, were
eeveial cans containing keiojene oil,
and on one of the tans rested a lighted
miner's lamp. Suddenly the mule
ba'ked and kicked and overturned
the csr. The 'lamp set fire to the oil,
and Deal and Gee started for the
heading of the ahifr, 1000 feet distant
They had nearly reached the opening
when the expect explosion occurred.
Several cars were nttsrly demolished,
nod the air waa tided with fragmenta
of rock and timbers. Neither of the
men, however, were seriously injured.
Gee waa i lightly bruised by some of
tbe flying fragment?, and also suffered
omewhat from the conrueaion cf the
air. Dean tm lifteH nir M ...,i
thrown np against the rcof oi the
tunnel. Hea'eo received some bruises,
but he eoflered mainly from fright.
The mule, ai if aware of the ser ous
result of its friskines, k'eked itself
from ita traces and imil:itil iiarfrio..
ia taking immediate llight. Although
tbe men bad the muls handicapped by
a good start, it was a cNne race be
tween the three to see which should
reach the abaft first. Tim inula h i I
slight advantage, as.ithe men were
about aa anxious to keep out of its
reach aitliey were to get away from
i Lcnpbobo's perfume, Edenis.
Lundborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg'a perfume, Lily of the
Lundborg's perfume, Marchal Niel
Dry ClMda Import a I New York.
Saw York, February 12 The total
impoiti of dry go via at tbia port dur
ing the past week were valued at
$3,464,070, and the amount thrown on
the market at 3,o28,.80.
B bowk 'a Bromcbial Trochbs for
coughs and oolda: "There ia nothing
t be compared with t'.iem "
BKV. 0. 1). WaTKISS, Waltoo.Ina.
Krcnlar I.rKlnlall ve Proeeedloita.
IsraoiAt to Tas ArriiL.I
Jackson, Mas , February 12. Senate
Bills passed To facilitate the con
Btruction of telegraph, telephone and
other like lines; to anend tbe char
ter of the Artesia, Starkville nod
Greenville Railroad Corneas v: to
encourage agriculture in this State; to
amend tbe law prohibiting the sale of
liquors at uxiord ; a bill to define th
honndarlea between Claiborne and
Jeifdrson counties, anyone to define
mo counuanea between Lowndes and
tiiay: lor tbe relief ol the estate of
David McCleary.-deccmed, late of Mar-
aiiaii county; to incorporate the town
of Ruesell, in Claiborne county; tbe
House bill authorizing the
of Nesboha to procure field notes of
B lis iofoduced and referred:
By Mr. Walker: To nnthnriza tra
city of Meridian to subscribe to the
capita' stock of the Warrior Coal
fields Kailroad Company,
liy- Mr. Ham lion ci Hinds: T,i
amenu tne code relating to corapensa
tionof f liicera and publishers.
y Mr. Bvkes: To Recurn inilnetrinl
rtf jrm and to encourage a more profit-
auiu nnni.uuure, nau to protect tbe
rights of parties intereiUd therein.
By Mr. Luse: To authorixa the
Levee Boards cf tbe State to a-diet
each other in the common work of
protection against oveilbw and to bet
tsr define the boundaries of the two
By Mr. Dillard: To provide for the
suppressioa of incendiariem in Macon.
By Mr. Harvey; To aiitboriso the
Governor. Attorney-General, and the
attorney for tbe lUilrcud Supervisors
to settle with certain lailroad com
panies for tbe damages accruing to
the fctite by u oa of injunctions in
the railroad supervision taws. To
amend the code in relation to firiug
woode, marshes or prairies. Ad
The bill fo regulate the practice cf
Tbe Senate bill incorporating the
Kansss City, Memphis and Binning
bam Railroad Couinanv nasaerl aa it.
came from the Senate.
Mr. Bnrkitt introduced a hill
certain soldiers in tbe lata war liiO
acres of land, which waa referred.
A resolution was offered and rnfamd
to a special committee t) investigate
the conduct of W. D. Lowe, a member
of the House, in regard to the manner
of obtkin'ng money aa a member.
mtrrlnr. Watrry and Kaw from tbe
I'lnttr llps f virlal. Cared
7s T,I5 PPRISB of 18HI an eruption ap.
X pred on ttie brk of mj hnls. imp.
pond 1 m poiwnad by iy. My hsnd eon
taOHcd to aruw wune, until tha full, when I
consulted mediesl dvii, and used many
r.medi-1 to do purpose Instead of (etliur
bjtui ' Ibey rapid'y ,rew w..r,e. be or a wui
of watery, feiu-in, rnw fleih, very offn-
r,,..., .u,i. nnenevera part would
best np it wou d bt iuri,-t to the moi.t vio
lent lhlnc, and imuiedisUly break out
worse than bolore. Little watery spots then
appeared on my nnner joints, and lesterina
would spread over a Jars surface. In this
ronditkn I hein tbe u-e ol the Citicb4
Ktmu'SS. In one week's time my hands
were almost well, and in short time en-Uff7,u,rSJl-wv
. ul, o. n uarves, rntladelpuia.
A COMPLkTlt (IBE.
I b' all mylif. with skin dis
cU m uiuoreni kibus, ana a re tever
...u ..m raiwi niuu, or the adiioe
. .i..riiiciiu,igflo your raiuania CUTI-
COS tlKUKPISI. 1 ... tli.m . L.
trial, umiis six botUes of the CcTici gi Km-
'"" ' ooxesoi ti'Ticusi and reen
cakes of Crricia Soap, snd the result w.i
just ahat I had. been told It would t-e-A
Kefereni' O. W. T.aiiraer. Prni.l Son
-...I ivicn'iiona, va.
I alp Wxm fp4
m. Q2S;u - ..e..
VAKK OHKR HOKE LEGS.
My wife ured the CitTici-aa RimniRs for a
rvi.iri.cflurn Uiv,rh-, Vflni. Mith ...
tire aud purine t satisfaction. Sirs. John
Marrty wks alio ,nr.i,.(.i..
Orcenllold. lij. as..
Are sold every whtrn.' Chticuk, the treat
Hkm Cure. 50 on. CuTicnm Sosr, an ex
quisite hkin Rsaatifier. ets.i CoTircsi
Kkholvsnt, the pew Iilund Purifier, sl.io.
l'repared b tbe PoTiva Dure jt.to Uaia
ical Co., Iloston, Mass.
6end for"Uow lo CareNkla Dlaraara "
heantiBed by Ci'Tici'aa Soap.
HACK irHf, Vt KAKWKSiSi.
J'terine Pains. Soienrss and
Lunenesi sif dily eured b that
pew, oria-insl, elexant and infalli
ble antidote to psin and tnflam
ma'ion, the Clticuia Avti-Paii
Atflr. .saints. iSi..
Hardware (store HurKlnrlaed.
IsriClAL TO TBS APriAt..
Jackson. Misb . Fhrnurv ioti.o
hardware store of E. Wa .kins. on8tt
street, was burglar!d last uight. The
burglar broke the glass in tbe f -ont
show window, and inserted bia arm
aad tcok everything in reach, gtting
about f 100 worth oi pistols and small
articles of hardware.
JHE FREEZE IS FLORIDA.
The Iteal Fxtent of the Ininaia
la nature's own remedy, made from roots
t-iithcrrd from tbe forests of Godriia. The
method by which it ia mado was obtained bv
a half-breed from tha Croek Indians who In
habited a certain portion ol Georgia, which
was communicated to one of the early set
tiers, and thus the formula has been handed
down to the present day. The above cut rep
refests the method of manufacture twenty
rears ngo, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of the
present proprietors. The demand hss been
gradually Increasing, until a SHKI.OOO lab
oratory is now necessary to supply the trade.
A foreign demand has been create J, and en
lamed facilities will be necersiry to meet it.
Vegetable Blood TurJ Her
Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula,
Eczema, Ulcers, Rheuma
tism and Blood Taint,
borediuiry, or otherwise, without the use cr
Mercury or Potash. ''
Books on "Contssious Blood Poison" and
on "Blrod and Skin Diseases," msiled'free.
Forsals by all drucjtsts.
TUB SWIr'T SPECIFIC CO.,
N. Y., 157 V?. 23d St. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
iCanual of all Ei:easo3,
By V. murilHKYH, M. D, .
BTCtlLT noUND IM
CLOTH iviul tiOLU
C. C. OKaHlH. Pre. W. H. WltKERvOX. T.-Prta. B. J. BLACK. Caah'r
SECURITY BANE & SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
No. 39 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Board of Dlreotors.
v. iiUKsJI, president Desoto Oil Co.
- S- PIllEt" PrB,,t Kt' National Bank
W. K. TAYI,"R,oS W.F. Tayl'r k to.
8N,9.VVJDE' Direetor in B'k Commerce.
VVtV 5t,',DCH"ni?,' Union k Plant. rs Bank
JSO. CVEKTON, Ja., Orertun k (IrofT-nor.
tt. J. lit, AUK, of
W. N. WILKRR-jON.W. N. Wilkerson 4 Co
. 11. ot i. ii. Allen A Co.
f iPLDr!,EJrFJHY6ER' Scrunrs.
i R; ?i President Mercantile Bank.
W. A. WILLI A MbON.V -P. Union A P. B'k
4V. ilLUGK V VV
Bar A uthorised to do a General Banking Business, Receive Deposits and
on, Discount Psper, act as Trustee. Administrator, hxecutor or Uual
i Ink'1,,TlduJ Corporations and LITIGANTS. Also, have a Safe Dep
d Pit Intercut than.
ardian. eta.. lLsioiivfr
yalu.bles of all kind, are to be safely iVi. niwlsli. , HusJel.lwii.iiZin"' "D,reln
aa-llusiness to commence February 1, 1S44. .
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOG-SOS Front St., Memphli, Tenn.
HILL. FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchante,
Ho. 11 fi Hon l!i Wnin St.. St. T,oni. ,
15DKEW 8TEWAET. New Orleans. I ANDREW D. G WYNNE, Memphtt
ri-i 1 n inn
M L L III fs J
U I L.NUIIII
G AINKHVlLtR. Fl.A . FVirnar 19
The annual meetinn of the State I'rB8
Aai o jiation was held here yesterday,
KipreBen'ittives wore present from al'
runs of Florida, and the following r.
oluliona were u..animoualv adontpri!
Jitfolrtd. That wn. msmhs ra nf tlia
Florida Pres Association, nomine- frnm
all parta of the St ite, and, therefore,
fully coxniiint of tbe rta! condition of
tne oranRS atones as now ahown at
the end of thirty days fiom the time
of the frerzs. state the inllnvino
true facts in reference thereto: First,
that in consequence of tie exceeding
ly low temperature, the larger part of
the fruit remaining on the trees was
irsaen ; second, that bmrlng trees and
trees which wore in a healthy condi
tion received to injury, although los
ing their leaves aid are n'ready bud
ding, with pioniae of a fair crop for
mo present year; tnird, tbat while
tree, in more northerly counties are
not ai advanced in budding out, it ia
believed that in no portion of the
orange-growing region of Florida have
the trees .received any material dam
age ; fourth, that ithaa been demon
strated that orange trees tan sustain a
much lower degree of cold than has
been heretofore supposed, giving re
newed assurances of aaafty and dura
bility of tbe oiaoge-growing interests
of tha S ate.
Exaggerated Hennrta mt Lota of Life
t.rfT or mntcipAr, ko. cttrm. - rairw.
s s !' rcr, v'nsoi.nn, lutianimstlmta... .2.1
Worms. Worai Worm (Jolio....
Crvlna Collo, or'l'oeiliinKor Inlauts. .S5
lllarrha of ChiMrttaor Adults .1
lit srntfry, OripinB Mllone Collo.... ,8(t
t'liolira Alorbus, Vomitiug .2.$
Coiialia, (Xild, HmnchitH 2.
purnlula. ToothnhA. Kaarhn .4 l
tl llt'ndnt'lioa. Hick litiauaulie, Vurtitfo.. .ii
t mm c
KO.8S0 AMD S3S FKOMT STBEET, SlfflrUIS, TEXJIm
ST1U7ART BROTHERS k C0MPAN7
No. M S, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelbji
County iSiate O' Tennessee for its ost
Bnse, etc., ys. Marsaret Mice et ul.
1 virtue cf an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the alve cause on the
24th day of December, lHv,, M. h.M, para
Ml, I will iell, at public aurtiun, to the
highest bidder, in fn.ut of the dork and
Muster s office, court-hou. of fchelby Coun
ty, Memphis. Tenn., on
SMtlurtlay, ffairh 6, IMr,
within leiral hours, the f"llown derild
property, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.
Lot 52, block 1, A. Wright's subdivision,
3Cx1j7!', feet, south side of Ueorgia street, 64 '
feet west of riyht avenue.
Lot M, block 1, A. Wright's subdivision. .
30iloi'J feet, south side ol Oenrcia street, SO
leet west of H nirht avenue. Sold aa proper
ty of Margaret Kice and others.
Lot Si. b'uck 2. A. Wriirht'a nk.lii.in
fronting 11 7-10 feet on south aide of Oeorgia .
street, southwest corner l LaKose street,
and running southeustwardly with LaKose
street 131.2 teet; thence west 87.5 leet lo an .
alley ; theuc with the east side of said alley
1U7 5.leet to Georgia street, bold aa property
of kllen Sharps.
Lot 36, block 12, east side of Second street.
Fort Pickering, 24x100 feet, 14 feet north (
hit 3ti, block 12, east side of Second street.
Tenth Ward, 2txlUU feet, fc-old as property
el Mattie H. Lawrance and otbors.
Part of lot 12. block 30, Irnnting 14 feet on
west side of alley east of Sixth street. Fort
Pickering, and running back west iW'i feet, .
being north ot tbe east part of lot 1:1, clock 'fi.
Part of lot 13, block 30, being the east sT '
feet of said lot, fronting 6S feet on west side
of alley east of Sixth street.
Lot 14. block 30, northeast corner of Jack
son and Sixth etreet, Tuntli Ward. WKxl
feet. Sold as property of Anthony W. blade
and the unknown heirs of Charier Philiuntt.
Lot 8, block 40, snuth sida of Carolina
street, 60x150 feet, X'i'i feet east of Ninth .
street. Sold as-propjrty of Fred W. Kiser.
Part of block 37, southwest corner of Caro
line and Main streets, SOxl27W fret. Sold as
property ot 1. J. Sharp, and others.
Lot H, block 16, west side of fourth street.
Fort Pickering, -MlU ' foot.
Lot 10, block 16, west si. 10 of Fourth street.
Fort Pickering. 21x11: fueU Seld as prop
erty of Joseph Tate.
Lot W, J. M. Tate subdivision, 53x155 feet. .
eastsideof Wilkerson street, U feet north of
Ueorgia street, Tenth Ward.
Lot 11, block 16, west side of Fourth street,.
Fort Pickering, 74 feet north ot Carolina
street, 24xll2J, feet, cold as property of ,"
Terms of Sale On a eredit of six months; .
note, bearing interest, with good security,
required; lien retained; redemption burred...
Ibis February 1, 8H6.
8. 1. MuDOWJSLU, Clerk and Master.
By J. M. BrsdleT. Deouty C. and M.
F- U. k 0. W. lleiskell. eolieitors.
COTTON FACT0BS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
U. W. MACRAE.
Sacceeaors to P0BTEB, TAYL02 & CO.
A RaoioalCure for
TF8TEO FOB OVEB 8ix
Years bv use in many
r lrH!QY.anJ numrtmoA
I (tf)sct: rod !'. tir- bnlV
liiintrtJia skilled rhr
FfioiiiiiK. ruMiilt fmrf
'too I rtsfl Indalaftivwi, o
overhrninwot Lu tniUV
ft lie uiipufitionot tmUiiv
troublfl. lift ouP
Cirtu ar and Trial IV'tw-
tiU'tS bcfun takiriar trratm
inert elwrhere, Tke
jt 'Ul(i;i) OiouMndt. do-.
.on to twice, or smiiss .
un vT. Foandra oa
One Month, $3 00K
Two Vontbs, . fl.ocS
HARRIS REMEDY CO.. M'fOCTCUST
ouvfi , xentn Ht ot. touia. KO.
R U PTliR,EP PERSONS! Not a Truee.
al fiinctkonior the &u
iTKn orffanlim Is ntninL
I be aDitnnllrg element.
if lifts wtiich nsvatwcQ
wasrrd sre frlven barauaa
' tie put t brconm cjeef
ana va.oirr str.t;t!T. vfvyrTvtm. Tnr-w
Liberal Advauces) Kade bn Conslgnmcnta.
11 UNIQy STREET. ME JTPIIIS, TEN r
TorakA. Kas.. Fubruarr 12 O. o.
Oonttnt, editor of the Garden City
mui Ixntmel, states that the Leaven
worth dispatch resardiDir losses bv
recent storms, is greatly exuberated.
The -number cf persona frozen to
death within a territory 1-10 by 100
milea waa sixteen. The loraea of cat
tle he thinks, is within 20 per cent..
and only one quarter cf the estimate I
c.t k). i
HyHprpnln. lllliotm htomnch
-uiipreiwd or I'ainlul IVrlods.....
t hlttta, too rrofiiHe J'erioda
Croup, Uoiiffli, lliltlcult Hreathlng....
Nnlt Ii Ileum. Kri hipclaa, Kruptioua,.
ItlicuiiinlKul. liu-omaiic 1'nlm......
r'rverand AKlir. I thills, Malaria.
I'lli-a. lllinil or lilixxlini .
Catarrh. Infliicit7.a, tVild in the Head. &tA
nooning i mirn. minmw
eiicral lH'iiiiity,i'nyalcai ti
irrvoiiB ,'m my..,,. .....,.,.
t'rlll.rv Weakness. Wdttlnir TUrt .
inwenseaoi inn Hears.
F. S. ALSTON,
JE. W. CBOWELL,
II. II. HAIBT.
ALSTON. CBOWELL & GO,
i n 1 Commlssioii Merchants, nay. Corn Oats, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil-Heal,
liim , cement, fluster, JBnildlnff and Fire. Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union. 1 Howard's Row, Memphis.
Bold hr PnirH.t.. or sent postpaid, on nvetotof
HI aHHKhVb Sir DKI.N. te.. loe VaHaalH. N.T.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Hrmphla, BlrmlaRbani Had Allan.
On iri op 1
Memphis, lit hu ivi it n akd Atlantic!
Raii.uiiii Coxpaxy, '
Miuphih, Tsnn., Jan. 30, 1SS6. J
SEALKI) PIIOP0SAL8 addressed lo tha
understated and endorsed on tbe out
side of tbe envelop, "TKNIKR," will be
received at this offica until 12Vclook m. on
Hoadajr, I'ebroary IS, INSfl,
fur tha Graduation. Masonry, Bridging,
Trestles snd Cross-Ties for that part of th.
Memphis, llirmlnirsam and Atlantic Kail
road lying between the Illinois Centrsi and
th. Mobil, and Ohio Railroads, bems about
sixty ttiO miles ia length, l'rufilesandsrxo
itiFatinns isn b, seen at this ollire, whore
printed forms of t;ndor can be obtained.
Contractors are requested to b-arinmind
that tenders will not bm o.ns:dered unless
insd. strictly in accordnnoe with the printed
forms. This company reserves th. tight to
reject any or all bids.
It. a. IKMi'LH. Cblef Knsinesr,
Cotton Kxchang. building.
Newlv Conatraotiad and
i . talo ing 225 Lsarge
Elaborately FTiriilshed, Con
e and Elegant llooms.
rTh Hous. haj Perfect VantilaUoa and Natural Light, SUam heating, Eleetrio Bells,
aad two oi Ual.'a Elevators. All stmt-cara pass Main street entrant.
SATES a.BO to per day, aeoordlng to sis and ol.Tation of room. Special
ratw tc rommercial Travelers. Ahnndant supply of PURB BTHTRRN AND WELL W ATKR
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
Re moTed to 834 Tront St.. Cor. Fn Ion. Memph Is. Tenn.
Hear? RaUni . Alosssr the Atlantic
New York, February 12. It has
been raining heavily here and along
the Atlantic coast all day. Advices
Irom various points indicate danaer I 2.8. 1
CIZ NCERY SALE
No. ,Vfl. R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State o Tencesac. for its own
use, etc vs. 1. M. Winters et al.
BV virtu, oi an interlocutory decree for
ssl entere'lin th. ahnv. cause nn th.
V-VI da cl Novo a ber, 1kA. M. 11. SO. nan
in sen, at puuiio auction, to tne man
from Hoods. Borne f the lower I et bidder, in front o th. Clerk and Mas-
streets in Baltimore are already under
water, ai rort uepo nt, Ud,, the ice
eorge has backed up tbe water, which
is now as hiuh as at any time this sea
son, ilojdiBK the lower part of the
Hot Cholera la llllaola.
. HnxB)ito, Jll. Febrnary 12. A
virulent form Of hog cholera is ragirR
in this section. A farmer reeidincr
lew miles North cf here has lott over
eighty hofm oot of a drove of one-bon-dred
and fifty within a short time. He
has tried every known remedy, but to
far has f tiled to find anything that
cures or prevents the disease. A large
number of -otlier farmers are also
losing their tojg rapidly.
ter a office, courthouse ol bhvlby county.
Memphis, lean., on
Halnrdny, Febrnary SO, ISNS,
within l,s nours, tha following described
preperty, situated in Memphis, bhelby
county, Tenressre, to wit: Part nf block
country lot VI feet front by 2CSJ feet deep,
eaf t side at Third sireet, .V) leet south of th.
south line ot country lot 4.V, Sold aa prop
erly of P. M Winters and others.
Terms ot Sale On a credit ol six months)
not. with security bearing interest required!
lien retained; redemption barred. This Jan.
b. I. MnDOWELL. Clerk and Master.
By J. 1. liradl.y. l'epu y C. aad M.
irF. U j f. W. Heiskell. sols.
YIRUIXIA, TayloravllloP. o.
COL; 11ILARY T. JONKS, M. A., Prin
cipal, fesekw begins sC. Both and
ends Jsaa Hot Is. CaLkua sontoa a-
AND TRUST COMPANY.
No. 4Rf)5, R-Chan eery Court of Shelby coun
ty Stau of lennetsee for its own use, etc.,
vs. John U.Tiniie et al.
BY virtu, of ah interlocutory decree for
snl. entered in the above enure on tha
2Mh day ot November, Wj, Al. li. 50, paa
2, I will sell, at public auction, to the high
est bidder, in front ot tbe Clerk and Muster's
office, Courthouse of biioluy county, Mem-
puis. ienu., ou
Katuraay, Febrnary 80, 1H86,
within legal hours, the following described
proierty, situated in bbelbyoounly, Tenn.,
Lots II and 13 Vollentlne subdivision, north
andadjoining Ktahl ami MnKnrlandi lot 11
being 191 by feet. Lot 1J being 172 bf
253a feet. Sold as proporty of John H.
Tighe, C. F. Adderand others.
Lota 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 17 and 27, north side of
Vollentine avenue. Lot 27 containing 22 1S
acres. Lota 7, 8, 13 and 17 being Hi?, by
263J-i feet each.
A certain tract on tbe northwest corner of
Voilootine ana Watkins svenuos: Begin
ning at a stake on the north boundary line
ol the 5000-acre Rice grant i nd southeatt cor
uer of the Vollentine tract: thencs ne.irlv
north with the dividirg line of T. A. Par
runs and Vollentine tract 13 chains 50 links
to a stake in snid line; luecce wet 7
chains 2o links; thence south and parallel
with raid dividing line 12 chiiiiu 87 links to
a stake in aid John Kice's north liue:
thence east with said lino to the begin
ning, containing 9 &71jO nerm. Sold as
property of S. Al. Ward and V 11. Ilrysun .
Lot 11 Crockett subdivision, beginning at
northeast corner of the U.Ici rh plankroud
and Lewis street; thence eait nlong the
Raleigh road 15 feet ; thence nor'h4i5 7-10-feet
to tbe northeast corner ol lot 11; thence
115 leet west to the east line of Lewis street: :
thence south 47d feet on cant line of Lewis
street to the beginning, fiolil an property of
Si'non and Tobias Wolf and Wm. Whittnker.
Lots '6i. 35 lind 3t). Wonklrv's nithJIvici.....
north side of an avenue "J feet wide, load
ing Irom the west side nf Socond street to
waterworks on the cast bank of Wolf river,
beginning at a point 431 fuel west of Second
street; (hence north with the west line of n.
one-acre lot sold byFiitgibbon to Margaret'
llannon, 210 leet to th. northwest corner of
said one-acre lot; thence oast to the south
west corner of another ono-ncre lot hereto--lore
sild to said Margaret llannon : tbenoo
northwestwardly with tho west line of said
lot 148 feet, more or less, to the south line
of W A Bickford's lot; thence westwardly
with Bicktord a line to the northeast corner
of lot 2; thence southwardly with the east
line of said lot lo the north line of the ave
nue first mentioned; thence eastwuraly tc
the beginning, containing 1 77-ltO acres.
Sold aa the property of Mary and Francis
Part of lot 10, Crookejtt'a subdivision, 55s
426 feet, on the north side n the Raleigk
road, east and adjoinir lot 11. boll as th,
property of Mary T. Still.
Terms ol Sale On a i-edlt of six months ,
note w.tn seeurity, bearing interest irom,
date, required; lien retained, redemption,
. This Jan nary 15. 1896.
8. 1. McDoWkLL, Cleik and Masur.
By J. M. Bradley. Deputy C. and M.
' F. Tl A U W. flei.kell. Solicitors.
LOI IS HASMitK,
S. II. BHdOKS,
JAMES 8. ROBINSON,
K'lAJ3' J- HANDWKRKER,
THOMAS H VI K, piVfD P. HAODKN,
T. H. MIL11URN, JAMES A. OMBKKU.
SOL COLKMAN. KWI)T OoLrtSVlTll.
WM. KATZKNBKROER. HARDWIU PERKS '
-Deposits received in sums of t aid upward, and interest allowed on same Semi
annually. arWe buy and sell local Investment Bonds and Securities generally, pay taxes, act as
trestMs, and, in general, eVeoute any financial business requiring a safe andresponsib e
stir- v a Issue drafts, in suns to suit purchsrs. on all parts of Europe.
-W, have a eommodioue Vault for the deposit ol valuables, which is at the service of
our customers, re of 1 barf e. "
1. P. HADDEN, President. EWI). GOLOSMirU, Tlce-Presldent.
JUMES NATH. Pa-hler.
L. D. MCLLINS, of lata J. R. Godwin k Co. JA8. T0NQB, laU ol J. W. Caldwell A f e
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors &Commissiori merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
No. 343. R.-Chancery Court of Shelby conn,
ty M. Gavin etal. vs. Patrick Mart'n et al
1?Y virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
J sale, entered in the above eause ou the-
19th dav of Denambar. IStll. rn.i.
ot May 18. ISHI. andiarain renewed January
18, 188t, M. B. 51. p. 103, X will sell at public
auotioo, to the nighest bidder, in tront of
the Clerk and Master's office, eourthoute ot
bhelby county. Memphis, Tenn., on
talnnlav. Harris 0. lKkat.
with n legal nours, the following described
property, situated in fcihelliy coanty, Tenn
to-wit: The equitable inicroxt of rgt,;,.!;
and Julia Msr in in lotl 7 and 8 of A
..nau.. iiiviifiaiuui aaiu lots uavm a
front each of 30 feet on the east line of
H ris ht av.nue and run back botween paral
lel 1 nia 180 teet to a 20 foot alley.
Also, their interest in lot one(l), of b'ock
2.ot A. Wright's subdivision, f-ou'h Aicm
phis, tronting 30 feet on the to-ith si e of
Ueorgia street and ruaning hick between
parallel lines 157H leet.
Terms o Bale Uu a oredit of seven (TV
months; purchner toeiocute note w ti. an
i-roved ecurity, bearing interest from dnte.
and lien retained to secure payment, lhi
Februaiylo, ISM. inl
.? j'u1?.00",1" CW:K "n Master.
J M. Bradley, Ueputy Cl.rk 4 Master.
Ilcitors" nl"',r,""11'1"nln Hippin,So-
The Original and Only 6.nntue "
Bale and always Reliable. Bewareol wnrtdl
ataaXmitajtinns. Indispensable to Lasjikm
your ItrasKiki ior ''hlchr.ter-;
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