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xomuvs speech auaixst the
Rfftolntlona Looking- to a Fartlier Id
quiry Into ths Tppihaa Mailer
-Fill Jolia rorter.
Washing, February 15. Jhmtr.
In the Hons tda Mr. Willis
f Kt.J, from the Committee on Rivera
ad Harbors, reported read a (ion
lir tting the Secretary of War to re
port to tha linuae on what terms the
franchises and property ol the Green
ad Barren Rivera Navigation Com
pany of Kentucky can be obtained
and conveyed to t'-ie United Htates.
Mr. Phelps N. J . from the Com
mittee on Foreign Affaire, reported a
retolation callicg on tbe Secretary of
State for copies of all' correspondence
between hiti department and tbe rep
reeentaMvea of the Rovernniente of
Ikl'inm, Denmark, Germany, Portu
gal, 8weden and Norway relating to
the cIruih of eaid governments to be
occordeil the reduction of tonnage
dues arointed to vcmols entering
ports rf the United (states from cer-
- tain prh named in section 14 cf the
shippine art. Adopted.
Mr. Wortliinptiu III, from tho
Committee on 1'ubhc Buildings and
Ground, reported a resolution tba'
. in each rose where an extension of
the limit if coat of a public bailding
it is proposed by a bill pending on ap
plied od of the committee. The Sec
retary tf the Tria'ury shall famish u
detailed Matt met t of tho '(-quire-tnenls
of the envernment in t'te city
where tie building is located. Adopt
ed. Under the call ct States a Lumber
of bills, etc., were Icttducul and
nftrred, among which were the lol
lowing: Bv Mr. Morr.'toa f .'11 1: To reduca
11 Mr. Fellui Call: T term!
tiate curtain t eity stinnlationa be
tween tbe government of the United
States an.l the entire of China, ind
lotrouiuit tbe immigration ol (Jlil
oeee. By Mr. Haiibatik Km : Thef!
lowing preamble and relocation :
Wukhram, Grave charges have been
made and ore onstai t y being made
by the leading press of tlm country
ri (I 'cting on the integrity md ( flicial
ajtion of reitaio nflhors ot fie gov
ernment of the Unilid Httes; there
fore, be it
JleioltM, That a special rommittee,
confiding of mem here ol this lloiiHo.bo
appointed, to make inquiry into any
exponditare on the part of the g )veru
nibnt incurred relative ti tbe rights of
the Boll and Fan-Electric Telephone
Companies as to tbe priority of putente,
naid icqniry to include all organiza
tions or companies that have sprung
out of the Fan-iilectrlo Telephone
Company, or fir any other purp3o,
and also to make fall inquiry into the
issuance oi aiocc known as tbe Pai
Eie trio Telephone stock, or any stock
cf any other company, companies or
organisations springing out of tli;Pn
Elect Ho telephone Company, t but
person or persons connected with
itner me legislative, judical or ex
ecutive departments of the govern
ment of the United fitstp. in -V,
when, where and in what amount and
tor what consideration, in moiny
or lniiuence, eaid stock was de-
vnnea ; also as to what opinions, de
cisions and orders have been made
by any efQcera connected with
the government and by whom,
and all tbe eiraums'oncea connected
therewith and arising therefrom, and
also, what suit or sn ti, if any, have
been brought in tha name of the
4Jn:tfd fctites to teat the validity of
patents Issued, or any other right in
controversy between theBell and Pan
Electric Telephone Companies; what
contracts have been made, what mon
eys paid or to be paid to any pen on
or person, or awistant counsel to the
Attorney-General of the Ualted 8;ates;
the reason or authority for constitut
ing the United Rates a parly to said
suit or suiti,
Referred to the Ommiltee on Rules.
By Mr. Pali:r N. , the fol.'o
Krwhvd. That the reaolutjon creat
ing the select committee submitted by
Mr. Hanback i f Kansas be so amend
dis tj authorise said commllt'e to
inqniro whether anv t f theMenhrm
ui..Uira uuvo in nay way iriniencod
or n tempted to itilluence officials or
oiuoiai action through newspapers
acting irom interested or improper
"", auu biho waeiner any cor
porations or uieir managers or repre
eenlii'ives have contributed large
numoui u:oney lor political camriiiirn
purposes upon the agreement that a
mnaa person njceptihlH to thetu
bcouiu oe appoints! a indue of one of
mo couim oi me United SuiUs which
may have to decide litigation coucern
tng telephone patents.
--,0' B bil KrttIltin8 pension of
fjHXW a year to the widow if the late
By Mr. Blind IMo: For the free
co nige of silver.
Br Mr. Ktlley Pa : To revive the
grade of peneral in tue United States
rBy M.rLillnr tr : for the iesue
olarnall bills for circulation.
The House then went iit commit
tee of the whole (Mr Springer llll.l in
the chair) en the Fits John Porter
b II, and Mr. Wolf jrd IKy. resumed
hia speech in favor of me bill. Pope,
lie mid, had been seeking a man upon
whom to put tbe blame Ur bing
iVi nt t? rrituiHu i oner. u
MEMPHIS DAILY APIMUITUESDAY, FEBRUAIIY
fully employed, I bave deemed it bwt
to transmit the original repoitu As
they are frequentlr consulted in the
transactions of tbe business of tbe
Department, I bave the honor to re
qnttt that they be returned to the files
as soon as they are no longer required
by the Senate. I am directed by the
President to say that if the object of
the refo'ution is to inquire into the
renroae for tbe suspension of Mr.
Ward, these papers are rot to be con
sidered as constituting all tbe evidence
submitted to bim in relation thereto. I
am aho directed by the President to say
that be does nrt consider it consist
ent with tbe public interests to trans
mit copies rf nurffiiial papers from
private citiaaus held in my custody for
bim, which rtlate sxclusivelr to the
suspension of incumben's. I nave tbe
honor to be, very reeptwtfnllv,
L. Q. C. LAMAB, BaorcUrr.
There ere 2t2 incioeurta.
The letter and accompanying papers
were referred lo tbe Comm'ttee on In
Senator Van Wyck submitted an
amendment to the Ilouae bill to in
crease fie pensions of widows and de
pendent relatives of dn aied soldiers
and fa lore, providing that miDor chil
dren shall receive 5 per month when
oae parent is deceased, and $10 when
both parents are deceased: that the
pensionable age be extended to eigh
teen yearand that fathers and moth
ers on:y b required t prove depend
ence at the time of the a plica'ion for
Senator Uawley presented a bil',
which was referred to the Committee
on Publ'c Lands, relating to the taxa
tion of railrokd lands and for other
Seuator Oongor, fioaa the Commit
te on Poitofjioes and Postroads, re
ported favorably the bill granting to
Mrs. Julia D. Grant the frauking priv
Several resolutions were adapted
asking for information regarding pub
Sanntor M tbo'l Ore. gave Bo'ice
that Tuesday. February SMd, be would
call up his bill providing for tbe abro
gation tf tbe treaty permitting the
immigration cf Chinese, lie would
be able to show, bo said, that n't only
was it within the power of the United
StjUs to abrof'a'e the treaty, but that
doctrine bad been reciguigsd by all
ait i tf Cojgrees, eotnmeucing over
eigniy ytnrs ag? witn the ahrogStlon
of a treaty with France, lie held it
tl be the bonnden duty o! Congress lo
pre. vide for the abrogation o! the Chi
nese immigration treaty.
.S.-n..tcr Mo'gan thm toik tsft flv r
and roKiiined Ins argnraeiit sgvlr.stthe
conntilutionalitf of the pending educa
tioi bill. Serutor Morgan said he hi d
often hi a d it remarked that the poo-
no ui vne noma were a coxlwlnked
ot of elavi s. who had been forced ir t i
rebellion aid sei-ession bv their load
ers, This he emphatically denied, and
asserted that oi the contiary the Scal
ers bad been forced into secession by
me psopie, ana mat many a cowardly
heart among the leaders would bave
failed and fainted but for the fast that
their leaders knew thev did not dare
do to in the presence of the faith of an
enlightened and splendid oeonle. lie
characterised the bill under debate as
a bribe t tbe South, but for his pa-t
he neither grew blind nor shut his eyre
in the presence of any bribe, no matUr
how magnifldsnt. Tbe bill wonld
prove a andora'box, and would had
OUTBREAKS H HCLAXD.
MOBS AT BIRMINGHAM AND TAR
Ioreailffetlag tbe Londoa Kiofs
Tbe Socialists and the Premier
L?nd?n, February 15. Their first
memorial lo Mr. Gladstone not hav
ing been answered, the Socialist lead
ers bave again written to tbe Premier
inclosing propora's for the aineliora'
tion ol the dietress among the work
ing classes, and expreesirg tbe hope
that they will be enabled to aaeounce
at the meeting of the Federation, con
vened for next Sunday, tl at the gov
ernment has resolved to begin work
on public improvements in order to
give employment li workingmen now
lave decided to abandon the proposed
meeting on Tuesdav next, as thev be
lieve their objects have attained auf
ficient public;ty. At a meeting cf
tradesmen held in Dublin for tbe pur-
poeo vi eppoiniing a neiegalion to at
tend the Lord Mayor's banquet, many
tf those nominated refused lo serve.
ISV1ST1GATINQ TUB LOSIDDN IU018.
The committee appointed bv Mr.
Childers, Home Secretary, tl inquire
iu:o the cause of the recent riotous
demonstrations in London, held its
flrtt meeting this morning. The de-
iibbrtt ons oi the committee a-e con
ducted in secret.
A dispa'ch from Yarmouth says tbe
unemployed workingmen are making
detEODftra'ionb of a riotous character.
A meeting of the Conservative lead
ers baa been called for next Thursday
at the Carltin Club. The Marquis of
Sa'isbury will preside. The meeting
will be in tho nature of a caucus to
determine what policy the Conserva
tives st;a 1 pursue in Parliament. The
principal quest'oi to be considered
will bu what aiaad are the Conserva
tives to tike in gird to Ireland and
the proposed Irish legisV.ion of tbe
MCO AT aiRMlNGRAM.
A meeting of unemnloved wnrkmen
held at Birmingham to-dny w.is at
tended bv 80UO persons. The sd-
nresses delivered were of the most in
flimmatory naturo, and the assemblage
degenerated into a mob, which at
tempted to run riot in the streets tnd
Pillage the shops. The police, how
ever, were prepared, and succeeded in
suppTAHdfng riot and' preveuting any
ui oi iniide.
A Belter fealiucoa the London Is.
ehnnge I'Ue tuullueutnl lluurae.
London, February 15 Discount lj
for three months and Q)1 for short.
Uu the Stock Exchange business was
uuu until the end ot the week, when
it quickened under the prospect of
peace in the East. Prices at the close
were the highest of tie week. Ameri
iaa railway securities attiucted Ibfs at
tention, but qnotttlons were well up-
A Common Cold
Ij often tba beginning of strioui aflcc
tium of the Throat, l'.roncliial Tubes,
and Lung. Tbercfore. tlio importance of
early and effective treatment cannot be
overestimated. Aycr'i Cherry Pectoral
niay alwayi l relied upon for the fjeedy
cure of a Cold or Cou-li.
I.at Januiirr I wan attacked w;U a
sevi-re Cold, which. I ini;Uct and fre
iiH'iit exioiiurei. became ivorw, finally
aettlinz on ny lun-s. A ti rriblo -oui;U
soon followed, accompanied bv paiiM fu
the client, from which 1 millVred' Intenxely.
Afur trjiin; various rcmcdiew, wiiln.iit
olilainliii relief, 1 commenced tain
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was
I am satisfied that thli remedy saved my
life Juo. Wcbaicr, l'avtlucket, 11. 1,
I contracted a severe cold, which and
denly developed Into l'lirumonia, prewnt-
IMU IIItimiTOIItl Ullll O tSlllllllll K IllOlfllll.
lly pliyirian nt once ordered tho uo of
Ayer'n Cherry l'e-loral. His iuatrurliom
were followed, unl llic rcult whs a rapid
and permanent cure. II. K. gluijuuu.
Rogers Prairie, Texas.
Two tears apo I scfTi red from a severe
Cold which sell led c.n inv Lime. 1 con
suited various plivi-iemiin, and took the
medicine they prescribed, but received
only temporary relief. A friend induced
me to try Ayef-'s Cberi v 1'i-doial. After
taking two bottles of this medicine I waa
cured. Since then I Inve given tlicPcc-
loiai 10 niy cuiiure.ii, ana cousiUcr It
The Ecst Remedy
for Cold, Couclm, nnd all Throat and
Line.; diseases, cvi r uml In mv fiiuiiiy.
Itoberl Vunderpool, Alt advillc,' Pa.
nmo tlmo ns;o I took a sli:.-ht Cold,
which, bciu" in ejected, crew worne. and
settled on niy lungs. I had n hackins
cough, nnd was vcrv weak. Those who
knew Too best considered mv lifn to hn
in great danger. I continued to mffer
inn ii I commenced using Aver s Churry
Perioral.' Less than one bottle of this val
uable medicine cured mc, and I feel that
owo tho tircservation of mv life to list
fiiraure powers. JUrs. Ann Lockwood,
Aver" C'herrv rcclor:il Is
here, the one great remedy for nil disease
of tha throat ami lung's, ami is mora
in demand than anv oile r medicine of i-u
class. j. . Huberts, ilagnolia. Ark.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
rrenared hv Dr. J. C. Arer A Pc... T.rM
olii ty iJriiKsLu. i-fice (1; six buttles, j,
tmtt III m v .-.-i . i .4 t j it .T , -- . ir .. - 11 ps T1
r.fJRanAW n. . '
: rvaj, ff.il. WILHKHslllM .. n
W n a anwr m-
SECDRITY BANK & SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
No. 39 Madisori Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Hoard of Slreotorsi
W- V-r . v '.En ' 7 w 'ij'6 ''ti?1 Bank
w. TA L"R, of W. K. Tay . r k Co.
?:Bp SU?DSNLPir;n,"r in 'k CWVrce.
J0. f V KHTOM. Ja., Overton 4 ro.rrnor.
is. J. ULKLl
K-tf-r, V Wii.- ? Wilkorson Jt Co
V',,:.uf.v. " Alien .v uo.
w a He i i i President Me cantile- BanH.
of K. J. Black Co.
. Chancery Court.
?n. IKrpV'J" v DWit. and P,y Interest th.r,
valnablea ol all kinds ar. in b a I.I V I ,,. fci r.. J . 2. . . p""' 1 . wheiein
BO-Busines. to I.u . u " " luorneu.
la what hid net Inappropriately been ik . ?" l?u BO?n1
tartned. a condition ol ''oraanis hll" ?tock- A"ouh restrictinR tbemsalves
batwaen NfntM and th D,.i 10 opeiauoos lor a lall.
ment. He prophesied that under i 8
baneful Influence one would sea tha
mople olthe Noith ind South again
frenaled witi excitement.
At .t is oonclaaloa of Senator Mor
gan's remarks, Senator Jackson ob
ta ned the fl jor, but yielded for an ex
ecutive session, alt3r which the Senate
And Ills Decision fn tha Bell Tele,
(Mr. Wolford) tlsrued Gen. Lee, Gen.
Jvintttreet, ben. Jackson and all the
C.onfierata soldiers, but Pope had
, b lamed a Unioa soldier who had doae
; his duty nobly. loe had not been
as good a general n, Lee, and that was
why he had been whipped. Pope ha i
been a gallant general, but he could
not be compare.1 to such a man as Lee.
Mr.Negley ' ) erke , , , th
till, as did Mr. Fuiler la.
The committee theu russ :ml the
, llonse aijjoirned.
, The Mennif,.
I i. The fcl'ow,n8 Jt:er was to-dav laid
tix urn me ocnate:
' Di:eaaTiitTorTa ITmo. )
v7aaaisuro, I. C, February 13, im.
( Tha Prwid nt io Umrore of tha Senate :
I SiR-ILave the honor to acknoal
l ."'P'o' Innate resolutio a
. of the 6th iBstant. in words as follows:
Juried, That tae Secretary of tie
7 ll ""v" 'o communiruti
to i the Seruta conies of all papers
which have been tile 1 in ths Interior
Uer toiMt, and of all papers irhich
have been presented to any clli-erof
ihat department tousbinn therllicial
and perfonal conduct ol Hniy Vard
Indian Inspector, durirg his continu-
I traDsmit si) the tfficial paoeis oi
j i.e m tbe department whirh I utdsr
iitand ti be embraced bytheresolu
. ion. Tke cOicial repoiti made ti this
t-nartmert hy Uenry Wa d as Unitjd
Ut98 Indiai Inspect are volnm
nons, aod as theclrical foneof thi
ierartment Ulim ted aid otheiwie
T th Edltori of ths Appeal :
GoiviNrn. Miss. Febmarr 1.1 Tha
assault! that are being- made uunn tha
character of tbe dietingnished gentle
man whose name heads this note by
some of the venal and corrupt press cf
me. country issuameiul and disgrace
ful. Tha Dower of the Hell
teiopnone monopoly, backed by
Its millions of dollars, is verv
great, but it has overestimated iti
atreuiith when it attempts to blacken
and mar tbe charactor of L. Q. C. La
mar. Theshalta of nratira shut hv Ho
hired minions are rmriflH hv tha at.
niosphero through which they pass in
leaching Lamar, and the slight inves-
uru ion ana mini on tney they may
produce upon his conduit aad action
in tue Koil tolBphone matter will add
nsw luator to his name, fame anal
character as a man, a Dteteein n and a
patriot. The sun's ray alwavs purifies
HMsii, aau me purity and sublimity ot
Lamar's chnraeter and the justice of
hia conduct will dispel and scatter the
fog the ISell Telephone Campany have
eudesvored to rthe around the In
terior department of the country, nnd
stamp Lamnr as tha 'Noblest Ko
man of thein all, the true, tried
I'lontioi tbe people, the detlint, im
placable and unyielding enemy of cor
ruption and fraud. Lamar simply de
cided the evidence before him justi
fied an investigation into the graitino
of the patent of the Bell Telephone
Company by the courts of the country.
If there was fraud, in obtaining tbe
patent, they would unearth it and va
cate tllM HM'nnt- If nnr I l.n.
. 7 I" ---- , HI' T WVUIU
sustain it aud remove from the tame
tne ciouu ol doubt, diatrust and sus
picioithat at present envelopes it.
Are not the courts cf the mnntrv th.
tribuuals to settle such nno.t ,,,
Then where tbe wrong?
e.son H. Biker, district attorney,
Westche ter county, N. Y., oiuca at
White Plains, writes June 20, 1SS5:
j.nio nu i, mv wne ana two
sons were very liable to co ds. We
wore the heavieit clothing, wrapping
ouraclvea up very warm; but it was
cilds. roughs and catanh a'l the time.
Finnlly we commenced wnrim Ail.
cock's Porous V''asors an vliest pro
tectors. The first year we got rid of
our heavy it mnel ss well as all t ooahs
and colds. Wo each wore two plas
ters on the chest aod pit of the stom
ach for three or four weeks at a time,
then washed the parts with alcohol
and put on fresh ones; they appeared
to warm and invigorits 'tho whole
body so that we never took cold."
A Victory fjr I ho rrlulrra.
Wilmington. Del.. February IS.
boycott instituted against the
jtly Republican on the 1st instant by
the Typographical Union and the
Knighta of Labor was ollicially raised
lst night, the publishers of the Re
publican signing an agreement to em
ploy union printers, pay union prices
and "to make ampli public apoiojies
to tbe organixation hereinbefore
mentioned for various nojast attacks
i.l . -1 a : , i. . ....
yuwmjcu id me paper a.oresaiu.
Sick and bilious headache, and all
deia-gements of stomach and bowels,
cured by Dr. Pierce's "PeUete," or
anti-bilious grsnulea. Twenty five
cents a v!al. No cheap, boxes to allow
waa.e of virtues. By druggists.
Weak at Paris.
Pabis, February 15. Tha Bourse
was weak during almost the whole
week, prices alviun wav eveiv dav nn.
til Saturday, when there naiarally,
pilUeB ClUBlUg airoDg.
Active and Firm at Berlin. .
Bkrlix, Fetixuary 15. The Bonrne
was inanlmtti at the opening, but
afterward became active aud firm,
tho closing prices being the best of
tbe week. The week's variations were
BISMARCK A Nil TUE POPE.
Exeltamont Over fna Report Thai
ha haacellor Has IicldeU lo the
Bxblin, February 15. There is
great excitement in Benin over ap
parently well authenticated roporu
iua. rrince uismarca is preparing to
yield entirery to tha Vn'.ican in the re
Ilgioua disputo which has been waged
by Prussia against the j fioacy for the
past fifteen years. A bill has been de
posited by the Kovernmeut with the
upper House of tho Linda revoking,
with a fow trivial xceptionp, all the
fjatures of the May lata which toave
been so oJioua to tho Catholics o!
UEXEUAL HMltl(;. KEWS.
The Pnuniuit Cannl.
Pasama. FeHrnary 15. M. Rous
seau, the French commissioner, Bince
hia arrival here has devoted his time
to tho inspection of the various suc
tions of the rnael, taking minute notes
f jr future reference, lie intends leav
ing 'about the Wth instant for New
York and Tn-is. M. de Leasers ex
presses himself bs satisfied with the
result of the construction work sol
ftr. The total of the digging during
January was 11,000 cubic mitres, ami
U la expected this proportion will be '
increased in the future. I
The cit xans of Panama are mak
ing giaad prepaintiona fo." the arrival
of Da Lessepa. The aiercbaats have
etat?d a fun to defray the expenses
of the reception, nnd it nlreaiy
amounts to SSLK10, subscribed bv all
Masses and uu'ioualitiea. Tbe sani
tary condijion of tbe isthmus is satis
factory. FOKEK.'N FLASHES.
I oNDon, February 15. The Britiah
steamer Douglaap, trading locally in
China sca, has been wrecked at
Saanta. The captain and terentecn
Chinese were drowned.
London. . February 15. I.or.l T)nt.
ferin, Viceroy cf India, bin decided t j
garrison liurmah with 1 ti.OOO troops,
under the command of Geu. Prender
g:it. The military occupation and
martial law will be continued until
Novembrr, as Lord Duflerin does rot
think the country is rpe yet for the
establishment of civil law.
London, February 15. Viscount
Kdward Cardwell is dead. He was a
Liberal and was a member of several
Liberal Ministries. In 1859-61 was
Chief Secretary for Ireland, and later
fMd cilice as Chancellor of the Duchy
of Lancaster, Colonial Secrttarv and
War Secretary. Viscount Cardwell
was in his seveLty-third year.
Predicted Dufont lo the Bunncr with
IU 1 UJ
Tho "JiingBoe" if a Monop
oly Aspiring Co.
Said that tha psopie, after belnc enrad
wonld demand their money back, aod any
arm adopting tba rul wonld tail.
But plnnin onr faith to the Universal
Iloneitr of manhood and womanhood, with
an abiding faith in onr oft-proved remedy
w eoatinaed to Boat our banner with "N
Cnral No Payl" thereon, with unprece
We . anthoriae merehant deallns in
"Gulna's Pioneer Blood Renewer" lo refnnd
the money If it does not euro all Blood and
6kin Ileeaea, Khenmatiim. Blood Poison.
Olandular Swellinca, 6erofula, Malaria and
A Perfect Spring Medicine.
Essay on Blood and 6ki Diseases mailed
MACON MEDICINE C0.,Maeen. Ga.
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Cotton Factors and hoiesa!o Grocers
2(3-fS98 Jhront tit., Mcahia, Tcnn.
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rao. H jet Hituih St.. Hi. CaoeaU
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Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factors
SO. 833 AMD 858 rJSOXT STBSiET. EEEail'HIS, TJKWS,
STEWART BEOHEBS & COSPOT
OKITTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEEOJANTS,
U. W. MAOBAE.
Ko. Mas, It. D. Chaneery Court of Shelby
Couuty &'atp o Xeonrs-wo Imt its own
Bue, eie., vs. Jlnrcurt t l(n-e et si.
virtue of id iuierloutory uei'rr for
sale, entervd in the ohjve fsue on the
?4ih iy of Jjereml.tr. IKi5, M. U. is', pity
tli, I will fell, at public sut-tinr, to lbs
highest bidder, in front of Ihe Oi-rk sod
.Ms-ler s oHicf, court huuse oi thtJby Coun
t, Jaemihii. Tenn., on
v. ,". sns)h S,
within lesil hours, the fi llowinr leerlled
lrotity,ituuUd iu bhelby couuty, ieuo.,
Lot52, blo'k 1, A. Vt rishl's sub li
S'il,).!i teet, soulli side uf Ueurgia kl
itoi wi'Fiwi n risui avenue.
,".'-? hiwk 1. A- W ris-'t'i tubii
30xl.ii iet, south side ot Ueorma st
leet wettof V risbi aveoue. 8 .Id u proper
ty oi jisrraret Mice sn.l others.
Lot 3H,h'Mk 2, A. Wriirln's subdivision,
froDlioir M i 1U leet on south side of Ueoraia
street, southwest eorLsr of LsR street,
and rnnuiDg sjuiheasrwardly with U.lto
street 1:11.2 leet; tbonoe west 87.5 leet to an
allev ; thenea with the esst side of said alley
1U7 5 leet to lienrgia street, told as property
ol hi 'en Sharpe.
lor 35, blrck 12, ent side of Fecond street.
Fort Pickering, iixiVV feet, 146 lost north i
Lit M, block 12, east side of bVaond street.
Tenth Ward 2tili feet, told as proiert;
oi Msttie K. Lawrunre sud oihuri.
Flirt of lot 12, block St), Imnticsj 14 fret on
weM side of alley east ol Sixth trt. Fort
Pickorinic, end rum ine back weft 87J , feet,
hems- n rih ol the east pur t of lot l't, t lor It :.
Part of lot 13, block 30. being the easts?
feet of said lot, fronting tiS fcit a wist side
ot alley ea t of nixth sireet.
Lot 14. block 30, uortbxsst corner rf JaeV
S'in and Sixth sireet. Tenth Ward. 3?HxlW
feet, hold as probity of Anthony V. olade
nd Ihe unknown heirs oi Chnrlm l-hilujott.
Lot 8, bo.nk 40, sutb side of t'srolina
street. 60j15o feet.a.H fcot at of Ninth
Jtrect. told as prop-iiy i,i Fro.l W. fii-iser.
Pattof block 37, soulhwo't coitM-r of t'uro
Iii'e r,d Main streets, 80xl27, f el. Sold as
tropcrty oi 1). .1. sharps ar.il others.
Lotw, b'ork lti, wes- siil i of Fourth street.
Fort Pickerio. 21x112' j, loot.
Lot 10, blo.'-k 1(, Wft tine of Fourth street,
Port Pickering. 2lxll2j; foet. Sjid as proa-
eriy rf JosepL Tale.
Smceesaori to POSTEB, TATLOB CO
A Valuable Patent
Oanjy'a (llorae) om and Ven Flan
a.. HA VIVO perfected my Invention. I wt"h
i ri nee it before the pnhlic, e.peeiully
in tnfsoturers. As a ",nrn Plantor, it is a
iwrleet i,i eesi opens th drill, diitribates
the seed ace. raio.y, uuiuieroi, and covers
the sauie, thorot, one man performing the
work ol three. In,, hare beou used in
tins section lor over a i1itii years witn per
cot satmiaotion. Can givo respoi aible tosti
JOHN 11. DANCY.Dancyville,
Its fwi.lv I fMMItlfv. 'I-I
Liberal Advances Wade on Coufigniacnta.
11 UBTIQjr. WTBE15T. yiEMPHIS. TENft
IP. 8. ALStTUX,
A ItACICALCURS FOR '
I IMcayml nuunroiis
thru the akillad ohr
too (rt liidnlinaoit.
tii impititn al paeve
E. W. tnOWEll. II. If
Al.vn rd. RRnWKl.T. ft, fill
tsiiJuSfc a4 'Witt
bb i ii n r ik at Him
tommlsfiioa Merchauta, Hay, Coi n Oals.Krau, Chttp Feed, 0?1-Meal,
iiin , wment, jfinatcr, UuilUin? aud Flro Urh:t, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Bfompld
In Youna A Middle!
Tested ro ovrnGixi
VCARS BV USK IN MANvE
trouMvt. Gft our fY
.7 JOiKulwaittf rrlm Wck
Ri. ml Jean) iir portaiu
llSfilll tAAU tvia.
M UK KlMlHTUlaUtlAH
Ol'HEU IhouaaUVlA, kM
'iol ititrftrt sjnUl attia
lion u biuUrnt, or cwiM
twla or lBuonrniMtu m
tiT wnr. rowjMd oq
k ft ntiOu rikflprtneb
By d iract i-UoO
to th WAt cfaesM tt$
prciflo Influesoe tfi t
without oVlty, Ilia (apttiat
UMl (liTWtloniof tha, bt
man oirtnbm ti mtwvl,
l'h) iulmttlnf isjrjrjita
I TlUfv Whlrrl thta-j baafO
wmr6 it rlTtn bavcstDj
' h e pit lin t bMmM r lmt
Oil ana rnpKlly va.ns bv
ttrrnfiU. avud niu.fi ttetfL
HARRIS REMEDY CO., MftlCHOKSTl
stxiH n. Tonth at, sr. lOtrra.jiiQr .
R U PTAEP ""SONS I Nol a Trttaa.
CII NCERY SALE
On. Month, (3. OCR
?wo SiIonth 6. nog
hree Jtoatlis, 7.O05
DesAti af C. B.
Moore, Late of Kleh.
laricut to th arrni,.
Lonoke, Abk., February 15. E. R
f w, a capilulist. late of Detroit,
Alien., who bad niacin Inrtrn inuui.
ments near here, died yesterday from
gunahot wounds inflicted by himself
while Kettirjfjr into a wagon Saturday
Nat. He sbct himself ihrnnah Ihs
i,o. f9V). R.-Chanery Conrt of Shelby
county 5i,nlo o Teimeee for its own
'e, rte.. vs. T. M. Winters et al.
tii tue ol an interlocutory decree for
, ,' ' nre:t in the above cause on the
1 Id,, Noexber, lss M. 11. !t pns
aell.at public auct'on, tothehiuh
Jt bidilor, in front o the Clerk and Mas
ter a oBice. courthouse ol bhelby eounty.
tleinphis, lenn., on
Muni toy, rrbrnarj- 80, lSH,
within ie. hours, the followlns deacriK.
proirty, situutcd in Memphis, Shelby I
i'ouuij, x.nrfl.wB. .o wn i t'arr ot mock 4,
cauntry lot 4SH, .VI feet front by 'M feet deep,
ea.'t side ot Third street. Ni i0et south of the
south line of country lot 4S.S. Sold as prop
erty of I'. M. Winters and others.
Terms ol iSaleUn a credit ot sit months;
note it"i security bearing interest required!
lien '.tained; redemption barred. This Jan.
6. I. SIcDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By.i. M. tlradley, Liepa y C. and M.
Y. U I'. W. HeisKell. sols.
Newlv Constructed and Elaborately Furnished, Con
tain Ing 225 Large and Elegant Rooms.
aVsrTae House Us Perfect Ventilation and Natural Light, Stoam heating, Kleotrie Balls,
and two oi Hale'i Elevators. All itreetroan past Main street entrance.
RATKH-ta.SO to $4 r day, according to site and elevation of rooms. Special
ratm Commercial Travelers. rl.tindsnt supply of PITRK CiSTER ANP WKLI. W ATKR
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
Keinoyed to 334 Front St.. Cor. Union. Mcmplils, Tenn.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOAHTJ OF THTJ8TE ES.
Lot J u 'l'.,t. t.ttR r...
e.stsideof Wilkeryon street, 63 i'set north of
r'i sireet, lentu ara.
1'Ot 11, block Id, went side of Fourth sireet,
Port iVkerinu, 71 feet north ol laroltoa,
sireet. 2411'2'.'. r ... .......
lerius of bale On a cr,i;t nr ,r .1,..
note bearing intomsf.. with ..n.i .-,-'
nq'iired; lien retninod; rsdsiuption barreil
ibis February I, H.sti
tj. I. MoUoW KLc, Clerk and Master.
By I. M. Brsdlev, Unouty I', and M.
K II. A f. W. lleijjojKfsotiqanrs.
No. 4.VS, H-Chancery Court of Shelby conn-
ii onrio.s eioriuow.i u,eto.
vs. Jolin II. T sh .1 '
Bi virtuo of hu interlocutory decree for
salu oiitied in th. .hn.
jj'th day ot November, lsso, il. K. Mi, PR8
iW, I will soil at pubhoauclion, to the hiKh
ert bidder, in front ol the Clerk nu ftiaster'a
oll!oe, '.ourtnouse uf.faoolby county. Mem
Phis. Tenn., on
Nitiurilay, Ftlirunry 20. IS.
within logal hours, the Inliowing dc-ribed
proi ertj, situated in bhelhy county, Tenn.,
Lots 'it and 13 Vnllnnt!n..,iK,r.i.;- -,-.v.
and adioiiiinir t-tahl and Mcivurliind :' lot 11
Qi'A leot. Sola, as pruporty .i John II.
llkUe, u. f. Adder and ottom.
LotS 7. 8.11. VI. II. 17 .. n.l 97 -: 1- -r
Vollentine aeoue. Lot S!7 contnintna 22 I S
aces. Lots 7.8.1:1 ami i7 h.in. -,-. k
fort each. " '
,,A certain intot on tke northwest corner of
Yttlenune ana Vv'aikins av.nuas! I:.,..ln
Bint at a stake on the north boundary line
ol tne 5000-scre Kice crantsnd sauthoa toor
ner of the Vollentine tract: thi-ao i.cnrir
north wi'h the dividing linr.f'r i.p...
rans and Vollentine tract 13 chaineSO links
Ul J" 'aiJ ,in' theooe wett 7
chains M links; thence south sod parallel
with said dividing line 12 chain! 87 links to
a stako in raid John Kioe's north line;
thenoe at with said line to the begin
ning, containing fl 67-100 ncios. dolrf aa
probity of 8. M. Ward and P 11. Bryson
Lot li Crockett subdivision, beainDina ac
noriurest eorner of the Kaleigh plankioad
and Lewis street; thence eat aloDr Use
Kaltigh road 1' 6 feet; thence nor h ift'T-M
leet to tbe northeast corner of lot II; thene
115 feet west to the east line of Lexjs street:,
thence south 476 feet on east line of Lewis
street to the beiiiDninK. SoH as property of
bi-uoa and Tobias Wolf a0d vVm. Whltuker..
Lots 34. 35 and 3, W eukley's subdivision,
north side of an avenue S3 leet wide, lead
ing Iroui the west tido of Second street se
waterworks on the ea.u-bankof Wolf river,
beginning alter aolnt 430 feet west ol 6uoo&d
street; thence ncrth with tne went line of a
one-acre lot sold by Kiiigibbon to Margaret
iiannon, 210 leet to th-uortiiwen corner ef
said one-acre lot; thenoe eon to th south
west corner of another one-acre lothereto
tore sold to said Margnret Iiannnn : tbenea
porihwestwardly with the west, Hue of said
lot 148 feet, more or less, to ths south line
0 B'cford's lot: thence steiiwardly
with liicklord s line to tha nonhM..t
pf lot 2; thonce southwardly with the east
line nf said lot to tbe north line of the ave
nue first mentioned; thence enatwardly t
tbe beginning, containing 1 ?7-nrt
hold as the property of alaiyand Franca!
Part of lot 10. Crocket's mlull.iiini, n-..
425 leet, on the north ride o the Kaleigt
road, east and adjoiniiic lot 11. bol 1 as ths
Jiropertyof Mury i . tsflCil,
Terms ol Sale On a i-edit of six months i
note with security, bearing intero.it Irom
(late, required; lien retained, redomptiea
Thi i January 15, 1,
B. i. McUOW ELL, Ctoik and ManUr.
By J. Ai. liradlny. Deputy C. and W.
K- 11 A U W. li.U kell. folioittirs.
B virtue of a trusl deed executed to me,
. as trustee, by U. M. Apiersnn and
bupan li. Ap fisou. diss wile, recorded in
record hook A Cl, puce 4CB, in tbi Citcuit
lourt tlcrk s and Rerordor'a ofUiecf Crit
tonden county. Arkunsas, to secure certiin
indebtedness iheroi-i ivf .t oned delimit hav
ing brvn made in l till trimt deed, I will, at
tho request ol the )ot jfioiary in raid trust
deed, on the
luili Uny l F krnary, lsso,
within legal hours st the courthouse door,
in Memphis, bin-lb eo inty, Tennessee, offer
tor s ile, st public ui try, for cash, lo the
l.iahest biJuor. th fnllowlnir nrt.i.Arttt
scribed in aid trutdeid, to-wit:
Plantation known as ynoke and Ecrkely
nlace. situate in Crittenden ennntv. Srlian.
sas, about nine miles he low Memphis, being
as follows, to-wit: All of section 19, T 6,
N lt, K.StW.W acres; W.' N W qr see. 2d!
T6, N 11, h, HO acres; S frl qr section 20,
T 6, N K, 9E, 210 acres; NW Irl or section
MK To.NK.ttE. U5.3X acrra: i.urt ,,r K..
ifh flrnnt No 2373, UHl.fii acres; NE or sec
tion 25. T 6, N K. 9 K, loO acres; N J SK or .
section 31, T6, N K, 9 K. Wacree; .VWoT
section?!. To. N R. 9 K. HiO r... iu ...
section Stl, T6, NR.HK, lfiO acres; sk or sec
tion 2H. T 6. l5 K, 8 B. 100 acres : N k Section
36. T 6. N H , Sk. 320 acres : W "aft ectoS
25, T . N R.,8 R, 320 acres frattionnl
lion 30. Tli. N R. K. 5 .
section J9, T 6, NK, . h', 12 acre.', ; S p,t of
Spanish Orant No. 2373, T fi, N R, 0 E 194
,0!' iB-.t" '""'"'"'na 28S2 in acres,' to
gether with all improvements thereon and
all appurtenance tb.i.nni..i,.t.n..;.A t-l
equity of redemption and right to doeer and
Also, ihe follfiwm l.i Ari..j
Crittenden eounty, Arkansas, and knonu
tha liurgitt place, being the eaut half of bK
qr ol soction 3d, 1 4, N K, 8 K. to acrs : south
halt ill aa qr section 30, T 4. N .,8 E, 80
acres; M K qr section 31, T 4, M R. 8 E. 1(0 "
acres: a'l ol fractions! cri.,n '.i Ti v o
8 E, 3H2.t8acre8; the south half ot fertfon 2o!
T 4, tt IS 8 K,lsa84a-res; NW Ir.ctiona
or of section SJ, T 4, K K, 8 E, H.2i acres
being the 1U!9 original acres, md a 1st H'm)
..v.., luirt-iuer wuti sit ju,.
pr.iiements thereon and all appurtenance
tha-eunto belonging. The equity t ...
djtiipl.on and right to dower and h. iienend
waived, baid p antation is situate : , n ih.
.Mississippi river, about 25 miles be.ow Mem-
DR. It. E. HULLIX0T0X,
357 Malu Mreet. : Meniwhi, lea.
HAVlNtl qualified as administrator of
the estate of Frank Duncan, deceased,
notice is hereby given tor all part es having
claims acainstsaid estate to file same with
me: and all parties indebted to satd estate
will fettle at i nee. Memphis, Tmn.,Jsn.
27. ISMS. Ifri 11ENJ. H.ilUSCaX. Adia r.
S. II. B"H(iKS.
James s. kouinsoiV,
THOMAS I'OYI K,
T. 11. MILDURN,
801, COL KM AN.
J. . IIANDWERKEB.
DAVID P. I1ADOEN,
JAMES A. OMUEKU,
K WD. nOLUSMITIl,
a- Deposits received ip turns of SI and upward, and interest allowed on aaine Semi
annually. esTWe buy and sell local Investment Bonds and Securities generally, pny taxes, actss
trustees, and, in general, execute any financial business requiring a safe and responsib e
- He issue drafts. In sums to Suit purchasers, on all parts of Europe.
We have a commodious Vault for the deposit Oi valuables, which il at th aervica of
our customers, re ra liarK.
I. T. IIAUUEX, rresldent. EWD. GOLOSMITir, Vlce-rresident.
JAMES NATHAN, rahlor.
A so, st ssid time and place, on said terms
, I will sell tbe following penonnl rtSJ'
: situuteon said Wynoke and licrkele piantal
i ,vu, .u win i males. 41 n,i ,.r
: 4 hots, a
L. D. MULL1NS, of late J. B. Godwin 1 Co. JAB. TONGB, late el J. W. Caldwell 4 U
LIULLIKS & YONQB,
Cotton Factors & Com mission f.lerchanis
No. 1 iroward'8 Kow, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
full and comol.-c ... ..i '."''
ment of wagons, plo.s, i,.ower, curs and
i,o.'D VU,,'i"n""-J1' beiD 'l tbe 1,
cattle, hogs, gear and farming im.)cu7tni.
on said run ation. Title bel.eved To b
good, tbougt, 1 sell only ss trustee.
Sale to commence ar 12 o'clock
W. M. SNKKI.. Trur-t-e.
Iff "J" WEA, T" -Dr.
a gnaran'e.,1 ,p,cifle ,ur lijsteria.
ners, Convulf.on.., Fits. KTr. 1. i
fia. llcadache, NcMTprfsuaT ion
mireiy. .decay anil a.k. .?.". ,E '
a. la .
or mdnlaenee. K.ch bos con!
to cure anv case Wlih.IZL1',''1
men? d. nZtl mnrltib, trsst
gi.is, Maapkis. Tsoo. t0- "BI