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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18S0.
HOLLY SPRINGS LETTER.
1BOUT THE RIVAL ROADS FROM
MEMPHIS TO BIBMIM.HAM.
Tke Concert or Camilla l'rn Sr.
Logai Walker for Railroad
IcutsupoNmxci or Tit rrit,.l
Holly Spri.kis, Mifa, Febrxary 19.
The Camilla Urco concert last Mon
day nigl.t was one of the greatest mu
sical treats oar people ever enjoyed,
and a f 'ill Loise warmly itteeteu their
appreciation of the peiformance. The
recitn.oaa by Miss 8ava;e proved her
to be an e!o -utioniet of very grtat
merit, while the bodjh by Misa Alice
May Etty atd Mr. H. Tebbult were
of a hixh ordsr, ar.d were beautifully
rendered. Alias Kny possesses a voice
as clear as a silver bell, over which
ehe has the most perfect control. Mr.
A limit ta S.iuref, tbe accomplished
bianiat. favored ns with neveral line
eelr ctionp, and as for Moie. Urgo, ehe
completely csptivstsd her audience.
She was not, cor did we expect to find
her, tbe equal of Ole Ball, bat she cer
tainly played fxquiaitelv, and sur
passed, with that except oa, auy one
we ever heard.
We have lest a very a'tenti ve i a to
all the remarks and comments made
in this section with rrfa-d to tbe
fjimocton amendmeit to the charter
of the Kansas City, Memphis and
Birmingham Railroad Company. If
we had more railiotdg competition
would bring abont an adjustment cf
rates, without putting tbe State t
the expense cf employing hwyeis and
commissioners to prevent poweifal
railroad monopolies from oppressing
tbe people, ard our people cannot
nnders'aad why our Legia'atore
ehould consent to be a party to Buch
an outrageous proposition as the
bimonton amendmeLt. lhe lorger
our people ruminate u on that
amendment the bisger it gets, and it
remind us of the old rhyme we
learned in chiidhcod.
"Simp's Simon went a fishing for to catch a
All the water h bid got win in bis mother's
And, so far as Mr. Siraoaton is con
cerned, will prove a wa'.erhaul in this
ins'ance, tco, as the people will de
cline to be harpooned .by that little
amendment. It may ctnnn the com
pany some annoyance aua uelay, but
if the present Legislature refuses to
drop that obnoxious amendment the
Kansas City, Memphis and Birming
ham company can apply to the next
Legislature for a new charter. If any
of the Legislators from this section
voted tor the "amendment" we hardly
think they will sniff the legislative
atmosphere a rain soon.
Our city authorities have issued an
ordinance requiring all owners of
property on1 tbe public square to put
their i uvements in thorough repair.
If any one fails to comply the street
commissioner is amkoritad to have
the work done and force tbe owners
to pay for it.
Capt. Emmctt Withers, an expe
rienced railroad contractor, has taken
a commit t grade twelve miles on
the MemphiB, Brunswick and At a
tic between this place and Tupelo.
Capt M. D. McNeely leaves Sunday
wiin His lamily Iir iioNvar, where
tbey will remain a lew days with Mrs,
McNeely'a parents before starting to
their Jionie in the "lone star" State,
For several years Capt. McNeely has
been, merit agent ou the Illinois Cen
tral railroad at this place, and by bis
genial and courteous manner and his
strict attention to business, has te
cured the etteem and good will of all
with whom be has bad any dealings,
We wish them much happiness and
picpity in taeir new noma.
In Oxford, oa the morning of th
17th instant, at the rejidencn of the
brides i aroma, Judge is. T. 'Kim
brough. Chancellor of the Second
Chancellor Court District of Missis
sippi, and Miss Kate Caret hers were
united in znnmage by the Rev. J. H
Edwards. We congratulate our dis
tinguished friend npon his good fort
one in winning so charming .a bride
and nnite with his many friends here
in wishing the newly married pair a
lii-t oi unaiioyea nappiness.
uur nnentr, uan Miner, nas re
turned from Winona.
Mies Em C. I'olk is at home, after a
pleasant visit cf two weeks to friends
The Key. Mr. and Mrs. Hargrave
aro spending a few days in Oxford, the
gueets cl uiPliop and Mrs. Thompson
our. ana airs. wm. Walker of Luna
Tex., spent a few days in our city
with Mr. and Mrs. John C. Walker on
their way to New York.
Miss Henrietta ISlnmenthal is visit
mg Miss Italia Lopd in Memphis,
Miss Annie MeKie is at home
Mr. David Levy of Memphis has
Deen vieuing ais brothtfr 1. V. L'vv.
Mr. J. II. Robinson, after a brief
visit to nis sister here, has returned to
cm post at Washington.
Mies Lucas of Memphis is the guest
of Mrs. F. A. Lucas.
Mr. Arthur Bob has left our city to
ws name eisewnere.
Col. Franli cf the randon ftnut.
limn has abdioated tbe -editorial chair
wnicb he has so ably and gracefully
filled for many years, and his son, Mr.
E E, Franta, assumes .control of tbe
Mr. S. F. Hampton has left the rli
toiial chair of the Oxford LFalcon and
taken charge of a large school at Plumb
Point, Miss. The inner aanctum of
the ralccn office is now occupied by
Mr. Jas. I tiillenpie.
n. nnnniacker oi our town was in
(Oxford Saturday !
Mr. and Mrs. i. II. Waff oa were in
Memphis this week.
Prcf. Carl M. Dortter of Memphis
ia here for a few days.
Mrs. Bowie of Cnicago was the guest
of Mrs. E. M. Smith during the past
Mrs. Dr. Jones of Memphis, who has
been visitiog her sister, Mrs. .John
Btuiton, returned to Memphis accom-
panied by her niece, Miss Mary bar
ton. Caff t. G. MJ Buchanan was in Mem
phis this week.
H.O.JRsnd was in Memphis Moo-
Mrs. Suet. Johnson epeat several
days mis week with friends at Oxford,
Mrs. E. SI. Walker and Misses Susie
ana dna iwean spent several days in
Judge Feat erston is holding ourt
Air. Back Withers letarned from
St. Louis few days since.
Mr. W. a McWilliams has been to
Mrs. Judge Davis is in Memphis on
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Judge
Mr. Dave Roberts has gone on a
business trip to Arkansas.
Mr. Wm. Hull of Benton county,
has been in town.
Miss E'.la Potts is in Memphis study
ing ait under Miss May.
The Democrat of Wilkinson county
haveafiminated F. D. Lewis for Sheriff,
tnfi'i tSe unexpired term of tbe Ute
W. "H. Morgan.
The Chamberlain-Hunt Academy at
Port Gibo-t, was injured by fir taut
Friday totba amount of abont $300
A brakemin on the Illinois Central
railroad waf crashed to dt a h at Water
Valley list Monday.
A Young Woman's Christian As
sociation tat been organized at the
Industrial Co'.lega at Columbus.
The Mayor of Greenville is ca'ling
npon tbe cit'eaos cf that place to as
sist him in tie suppression of crime.
Jurigq bU'phen Thrasher and J. Mc.
Martin have been called upon to rnn
for (Senator, to till tbe place c f tSenator
Giorge Bunch, aa inhuman fa'.her
in Summit, Mies., was indicteu and
sentauced to jail for thirty days for
sewing up the niontU of his little buy,
about ten years old.
In the future our City Marcha), Mr.
Tom biguifiu, wi'l take charge of all
hornes or mules f mnd running loose
on ojr streets and have them well
provided for at one of the livery sta
bles till their owc,e:8 pay line and ooit
for permitting them to run Rt lari?e.
Now, we fcojie our rfspected city fath
ers will only complete the jub by or
dering tbe cows kept off the itreets.
They are very dettructive to onr
stale trees by stripping the bark eff,
and until this is done we will certainly
not ''be the peer of New York or any
Wear much gratiCsd by seeing
such influential journals astheAi'-r-KAL,
the .dra(iTici and the New Or
leans Times Democrat recommending
our Dwhsman, Mr. Logan Walker, for
one of the IU:lroad Commissioner.;. It
wonld oeiUiuly be difficult to find a
man botier fitted f r the position, and
we hope to fee him elected or ap
pointed, as the case may he.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rjborts and
Dr. J. W. Gray were in Memphis yes
terday. Mies Fannie Scruggs has rettirned
Mra. John .McGowan has returned
from u vibit ol teveia! weeks in Memphis.
Messrs. Libert Jono6 and Will
AT THE LE M0T5E INSTITUTE,
MB. STEELE, PRINCIPAL.
What It Has Resulted la cat! the
Outcome la the Fat ore A
Lompto.i attended the tie of Hi
s'ein tattle iu Memphis yesteidav.
Myra Goodwin will spend tbe sum
mer in Mil ope.
Dion Bucicault follows Judic at
the star I heater.
Mllk. Riika rr ale a hit in Baltimore
10 th, Vountrv Crirl.
John A. McCaui.l is after the Ca
sino, o it it rumored.
W. B. Moohb of the Adelaide Moore
Company U ta New York.
Horace McVickkb has finished the
eeond act of hn play for Mine. Janiih
Ed. Harriqam's new play, Leather
Patrh, it a go. and will run the ecuon out at
me vara i neater.
Thb Khalfys will probably open the
nrxt aeason at Niblo Uurden, Aew xork,
wud a uew upeoiacie.
John T. Malonk, Edwin Booth's
leadlnr inan tr ne.vtneaon, wot at one time
a lawyer in Bun tranomoo.
Tiik Cm 1" ton Opera Company cho
rus girls (llpplny more ilething to the mgoaro
iooi man any-oompany on me roiu.
Mr. Lawrence Baurvit fcai en-
aaged Waldon Hamey to pUy the leading
juvouiie paru wild aim nexiaeaeon.
Thomas Keens in attending nearly
all of Mr.- Lawrence Barrett's m itinera at
the Star Theater, New York, lie ie gotlina
Doha Wij.kv will head an English
opora eommny, which ! being organism! to
lierform Martha, Fra Diarnla and lhe llulte
miau Uirl, begiiining March Int.
"Saints and Sinnkuh" in in its hint
nighta at tbe MfldUon Square Theater, and
will be follower by Knpafied next Tuetday,
with Mra. Agnee Uoothiu the leading part.
The Gypwj Huron niiulii a hit ut tho
Caino Monday evonirg. I', is a tunefil
opera, aud ia handsomely ituged. The cast
H a good one, including Mr. William
Ixhiise Mokta(h;e, the U'ii-tIiounand-dollar
be:iuty, is now th? Evangeline at the
Fourteenth Btreot Theater. John Maekay
don't olaiiu to Le a beauty, but he draws ail
It is reported tha1; the breach be
tween Annio Kobie and Sophie Kvro ia
widerthan over, and that Lestor Wallaok
ban beun cahea in ad arbiter, tie U great
Buffalo Bill's .Wild Wiwt Khow
will exhibit at Staton Island Unritia tho
linnff Bn, .llln.n.. i.n.l.. I... n .. , A. Jh. , , I' 1
Krastus v iman of tho Kapid 'Fra-iyf"' san in echool be taught the use of
Hb.V. then of the pen
Miss Appib Wkavk nM.huC.1 B "!f ? 10 '! ,r 8aw.?s
Morris - Camilla .t .h -fcT : Nruu,u.1" iiiBiexi-DOOKS. ,lie
Theater, Saturday eveniuir last.- ftlwVj
never beforo ulnved the Dirt, hut fn- ninr;
n csueodingiy gooa in u, nor eltorts being
rewarded Dy a nuuibsr of calls bofc-ro the
Miss Myra Goodwin's sunnnn la
drawing mpidly to a elope. The young star
has boon on iho rornl lor Iwtnty-live or
thirty weeks, aud in that time has estab
lished herself us a profitable auil popular
star. In nearly every city where die has
been soon a return Ancn.tmAnr r... ......
season has been arrangod.
DAVID fcliLAPOo's imnrnvemnnt n
Sardou'a lernandi. whioh he rail. VA
was. produced at W allack's Theater Monday
night and was a etKifwss. Mr. Tj,.i.. v..i.
lack made his rocntre and was never seen
10 oeuer advantage. Miss Sophie Kyle 10
deemed herself in a leading role, r d Alis
Annie Kobie showed airain t.hRt. ihn ia th.
coming loading lat'y fur this house. Valeri
is good lor a run.
It is settled that Kvrle Believe will
remain at Wallaek'a next reason. Negotia
tions are ooneludod by which Osmond Tearlo
returns as leading man, and he will sail
from Kngland earlp.noit May to spend the
summer up the Jiadson, preparatory to re
suming his old place in the Wallaek stock at
the oueninfcr ol tliA full uumn T.i.i. ...i
his wife, Minnie Conwny. loft New York last
May, and went direotly to Kngland to set
about a tour throogh lhe British provinces.
Mil Frederick Warde beciin an en
gagement at the People's Thentre,New York,
,u,rn,uii(iHuiwmii(in wirainuM. 11 was
his urst sppearanee in thai mtv in i.v.l
cars,and there was a larpe audienoe. Mr.
naruo mages a tealauie of this play, and is
seen ia it to excellent advantage. Ills im
personation ot the Homan fatbor Is pictur-
powenui, ana a roaiiy nne picoe
I acting, lie brines In the nart nil ih. .,!,-
sicaland menial aualifioaiinna Hnpin,l f,,r .
u-oi'er interpretation .of , tho lojo that has
veon uiade famous by aThhn MeCullough.
A reporter of the Appeal yettstday
hsd an interviHw with Mr. A. J. bteele,
pnncipai o. tne le JUoyne Institute,
who ia constantly in receipt of re
quctti for information concerning the
manual training depaitinent tf that
imtlttt. These inquiries come to him
from citirns of Memphis ami fn,in
strangers scatttred from New Ecx'and
to California. This la;t thowj tho
great inteiest in manual training ex
periments, aud especially in the i fl jrts
he has made in that diretton.
Mr Stele said: ' Ma ytf the Ap
peal's readers know tint this is an ln
stittu'ou etttblmtied by the American
Mias-'oi Association iu 1872, through
the benclioence of tbe la'e Dr. F. J.
uu diuynti oi v asutngton, la., es
pecially for the piattictl edi'ction
aad training of col jred j oath. It was
the wish of Dr. Le Moyne that only
Kniilmh branches shwuld be taught in
the sctiojl and that thuco.irseof study
should be kept as pta.'tical aid as
nta'ly allied us coible to the daily
wants and life cf tbe people; ttat
through it doth the intellettaal and
physical or industrial needj of the
colored people nad the community
might be mott enectually reached at
t.ne aad the same time. Since its es
tablishment the school has steadily
kept this ideal in view as the gol of
attainment. Our course of study is
mode ed quite closely after the nauul
Normal Bchco! courses cf the North,
leaving out the smattering ot
Ti r . m
jjjud, ueimaa or rrencu unu
ually eirscted by them. In addi
tion to such a course of study we are
linding to trouble in adding from two
to time years' woik, one lo two houis
per day, in manual truining. includ'iior
two yeais'ii i wue-wera, cutting, ere
with tUdy cf i.biics: one year in th
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eiuuy ui ioihih, witii practice l.i au
"experimental kitchen," etc., and six
mouths in tho nursing or caro i,f the
Bick, tiBing aa n guide in this Intter
work the texi-hook ol the Now Haven
School of Nursing. We tiad all this
work easily practicable in tonnection
with a day school, and that it does not
interfere with the regular studies of
our course, ana that the extra ex
pense (tending the work is not largi
tha heaviest item of expense, tauin-
ment once provided, being the salary
of a regu'iir teacher. For the like
training of the boys and young men of
mis scnooi we nave, largely
inrongn tne assistance of cui
us ins of Memphis, iubt comnleted a
separate building f jr work shops. This
uu,m'"s a iwo Biuries
high, lhe upper llxir has a wood
working ehnp fitted with ten work
benches, each with a complete setol
iooib, over twmty in number. Oa
the same flror we shall soon have
rndy fjr use two or more wood
I .1 ; i i
, uauu or iiir, am circle saws.
rtj. These are to be run either hv
iuut ur eoirine power, as mav need h.
The nppi-r floor has also a room t be
used by the instructor as an oilice and
as a drafting-ioim. etc.
"Un the lower lloor we Bhull. anr thr
turn, have in position appliances for
metal working of various kinds and a
regular printing olhse. where tvn.
setting, printing, etc , may be taught.
"This will give oppni tunity for three
ytyirs' manual training for the young
ureu ui mo ecuuoi.
"Already we have two classes daii v
at work at the benches in the work
shop with exct llent pronise of good
results, and without detriment (o the
full text book course ef ttudy : in fact.
uo'ifio woa h iraiii in ireanneM
and vigor of thought and in the
amount of it.t3llectnal attainment.
It has been said bv BDme one that in
America a trade can be learned no
where but in jail. Why not teach in
our echoila the elements of both wood
and metal working as well as the ele
ments ol bookkeeping? The aonre.n-
tice system is praotic.llv dead and if
a;; worn noi mere is a Detter way. A
placed in a sheltered outdoor posi
tion, fully expiefd lo the (oil power
of tbe son. It rapidiy rose from-M"
to 88, showing a diflerence of 37.
The hour scNcted, 12:45 o'clock, was
a little lees favorable for the eolar side
of the argument thaa the meridian
hour would have been, for tbe sun
was tending to become temporarily
ohvenred with the paBiog clonds and
did not blue with the unimpeded in
tensity ot the noon hour, but it was
on the whole a pretty fair lest, and it
wa interesting aa proving the actual
difference of the midday temperature
in sun and shade here in Connecticut
on a mild day in the middle of Feb
ruary. Thtt diflareace probably is
greater than many eis:ts would have
DKL'SSE1 BIEF KATES.
Cbirago Parkrra Kxnieil Over lhe
KILLED RT HER IllSBAMI.
srKrrE down in theprbsence
OF HEK UIILDltEN.
A Dratal Assault on Unprotected
Wome by a Uraiike n Xan
What fiewaiil Aslwlocd In 1MR0.
Charles Oajarre gives in The tiowh-
era Biiicuac an aci otiLt .of a rather
triking ta'k on reconptruction whir.h
he had with Mr. Heward in 1806: "I
Wnt t'jc Union," exclaimed Menard
at the close of the interview. ''I want
the UDion. no matter how: 1 want all
the States in the Capitol withoat tak
ing iiito consideration what von call
ycurdignity and your honor." Here
trpciuue eomewhat excited. "I
want, he continued, "cot oalythe
main trunk of my body, but all J my
limbs without-exception. I say to you
wnau nave sua to tne HouChero men
whom I first saw aitsr the war, and
who asked Sot toy views such as
Hunter, Stephens, Orr and others. I
said to them : 'Ym must make your
03lves as small as yon can ; you must
stoop ana aumbie J ourselves as low
dawn as may be neoeesary; yon must
roll in the dust; you must eat dirt if
mei be. It is very hard, I confess,
but it is a necessity; and I would lay
to tha North: Bs asgnanimons.'
There f.ire, I repeat to yoi that the
belt t hie g you can do is to uet inside
tbe Cpiicl as fast aj yon enn. even if
you have to crep for Uon your, belly.
'Batter for you,' I said to Hunter,
ctephens and Orr, 'to eat dirt end to
be represented bv assec iifkamen.
j ickals and si ountirela, than cot to be
represented all.' "
.ii bo tangt-t the uso ot anv
tools scientifically and quicker
uy a cameo uibcnanic wlio is
at the Kims time a skillful
teacher than by a mechanic who ie not
a teacher. Teaching is an art, and to
succeed in it more is demanded than
simply tha knowledge of the matter
taugut. l am not now able lo give
detailed statement of daily study
uuuroe mr any Drancn oi tne manual
training of the schODl. nor does thU
article furnuh room for such a state
ment, but we hope by the close of ithe
year to publish a thorough ana
ysis cf our work for the benefit of
tne many interested and enauued in
Mmiliir work, fcuflice it to gay. bo fur
I: ill l.r - ... . . - '
u uiuicuiiies ana ODBtaclos are con'
corned, we find in this aa in other
worn. PUat.aj we approach them deter
minedly ttiey disappear, and we enter.
tain no doubt as to the complete sue-,
ucon ii uur pians ior manual training
in connection with our manual coarse
cl ttudy. We now emnlnv tvn nu.
ular inttrnctors in this department of
our work. Our equipment has
coer, tnus lar not much short of
j-iuu-iuuy oiiu oi wnicn we
snail need to raise here in Memphis
in addition to what has already been
given, a nave no nount bot this can
easily be done, and that here may be
worked out in successful detail at hast
someot the features of the greatest
prnniem oi our educational syitem.
"In conclusion, I would extend a
cordial invitation to anv mhn mar tl
to dippoeed to visit us and witneas cur
worx in tne line 1 1 manual training.
We are truly grateful for the interest
felt by, not a few in the work we aie
trying to do in the community and for
the substantial aid toward im acrotn
pdehment. We do not for a motnent
doubt the highest window ol the in
vestments, made in this work, and we
are sure tbe community must reap in
prosperity and intelligence mauibld.
fcr all the expenditure of Jabor and
money, and with this we areaatisfied.'
CuiCAua, Iil, February 20. The
advance mule by the K intern trunk
lines in dreaaed beef rates continues to
be aa exciting topic of interest to tbe
laigd beef unking interest in this
city. Iu an interview with :n Asaoci-
ttd Press representative this morning
air. rnuip u. Armour declared ti nt
tbe increase in the freight charges im
posed by tbe h:utern trunk linee f r
transporting diessed heel would be
contested in tbe courts oa the ground
of unjust discrimination and alto on
the ground if conspiracy. He de
clares that the dressed beef interest
ill urge the claim that the movement
by the railways it one purelv to kill
off tha dres-ed beet business. As
illustiu'ing this, he c'ainm thut they
will cire that when theijtiettonof the
relative tariff to be imposed on dressed
beel shipments was raised t ireeveara
ago it was decided to make tie rate
50 per cent, iu advance ot live itwk
rtt-s; then it was increased to (iO.then
to li), and then, when the matter w:u
arbitral! d 1 1 the quest ot the Kist-
ern toade, it win decided to make it
7.r per cam. in advance, nd row tbe
figures have been arbitrarily advanced
to 85 per cent. The dre ed beef men
ufise it that nil this whils large rebates
have been al. owed to the syndicate
which control the live stock interests
in the Wost. l'lirnuing tins line of
coinpl.int, it is asserted tliattheiid
vauce is not made in the interest of
the stockholders of the roads, but
simply tt the dictat'ou of the few men
who control the ttock-yards at various
points and who have interested rail
way clhcials in their institutions.
This will constitute the charge of con
spiracy. In additioi to this they de
clare that tbey will use wluit iull.i
encethey po-sesa at Washingtoa ti
secure tne paisage oi lue amended
Cullom interstate commerce bill,
which they assert will prevent any
Bucn uiscrimination in tne luture.
When Tiiaxt Alwaja Frarrd.
When they once become acquainted
with it, ladies invariably prefer Par
ker's Hair Balaacu to any aimilar prep
aration. Itmaaves the hair suit and
glossy, arrests iu falling off, promotes
now KrwwtD, restotiea meorigUisU oeSor,
and has no rival aa a dreminc. Net
dye, not oily, highly perfumed. 0fy
W Oik UI K-KIBUJ.
rsnpriaiars ia Hmm and NIssmI.
Hartford Timet, Fehroary 15: 8at
nrday, tho I lib of February was a
warm, bright and beautiful day in this
region for t.he middle of the last cal
endar month of winter. Soon sftpr
noon, when the tampeia'nre was 60,
a test was made with another ther
mometer, which wa graded like the
standard instrument nearly, the de
ference being but 1, and which wm
Ale xnnder Stephen and JcnT Dai la
In the February 0ivrfml Mr.
Chailea J. Woodbury quotes the late
Alexander II. Stephens as making to
him the following tUtenietiti in the
course ot a private conversion:
have been accused of end amusing
ana inwarting rretudent I 'avis. Tbe
statement ia grievoasly filte. I was
always ready with my advice and co
operation, but they were not often
desired. I did disapprove of his a ti-
tilde. He had his eve on the estab
lishment of an independent nation.
In his inmost heart our great issue of
Btate rights ai dead. dtal. Anew
cation, with slavery for its corner
stone, was his dream and his ambi.
tion. I was against Toombs in getting
tbe State into secession, but I was
with hun in method. Thrift fjlloirs
him; unthrifr. Davie. Had Toombs
been made President that he a ai not
was only an accident it is my con
viction that the whole scheme of ac
tion, nay, the results, would have
been changed. Tbe suspension of tbe
writ of habeas cdrniic. impressment.
subsidy of troops by ponscription,
would evtr have been ii'lemnted.
The object (ought would buve been
one lefH object oaible to the people tf
the Koith. It would, after two years
of war, have been gained by special
treaty, because it was strictly consti
tutional, and ia now. at 1 is-, so ac
knowledged even by a centralin'd
Congress. But Davip, Ihivm-1 know
not why he was ever eli.cted Presi
dent of the Cinfjduracy, except that
ne never succeeded in anvthiti: he
oly llnir Allli'.
There am hosts of men and n omen who, to
coin a phrase, are only hu:f alive. That in to
say, tbey have seldom, if evur. unyi-ppetite,
aro nervous, weak, fidgotty and troulilod by
numberless small pains and sohus. In the
pretense of vinorous.exuborjnt vitality they
eoorn mere piirmies. buch rer'ons aro usu
ally fond of frequently dosing themselves,
swallowing it, the cciijrieof tho year enough
druistn stock any ai olhecary's shop ut av
erage dimensions. Tnis,of course, ilofeaU
in'"'" ui luriiitring lue enu in view, vis
iiio rcuovery oi neuiin nnii vigor, were
they to seek it from an unfailing lourco of
viiiiuiy, noneiier ntomacn llitteri, how
dillerent would be thtirinte. Then vigor
would return to their debilitated frames, tbe
glow ol health to their wan cheeks, their
iiBiunMii, unoeriaio gall wouiu gn.w Urm
and elaatio, appotite, that grandest of all
sauces, would aiva a relirh for the daily
lood, were it evtr so coarse, and retresbing
sleep would crown the tasks of the day.
Banosr, M., February 2J. News
r a:hed here Itt i lat nigl.t of a shock
ing tragedy in Arostiixcoantv. Mon
day niht, on lantation sev'ea miles
below VanbnreD, a Frenchman named
Martin, seventy years old, bad a dis
pute with his wife and the wo:iihii
went to her aon'a home, where she
remained all night. At ntmut 7 o'chii k
the next mornii.gshe returned home,
accomi aiied by her t no grandchil
dren, toys. The b:ys were out nf the
house cutting woodi when sudilenly
Mrs. M aniu rushed out s.ireamitig,
closely followed by h r bust;! id witn
an sx. Mie was overtaken fifty fnt
from the door and the umh tbiiick her j
a hhiw on the hull with hii weapon, ;
killing her iimttntly. The bjys ran
for aid and Ma-tin dn-gMl the bndy 1
uf his murdered wile to lhe house, left I
it on the lbnr and then vent up suirs '
and shot himself thiongh the head.
The Jnry I uahle lo Igrra, j
Nkw Yohk. February 20. The jury !
in tho Hey. K. F. White case weru out
all night and erne into court nt !) I
o'clock this morning and announced !
through their freman, 1). 8. Tripp,
that they could not agree, and were
discharge,!!. The jury stcoj bix (or ,
il cj iif ut and six lor convii t on. Tiie
trial la lid eight days. White was
chaig.'d with aasatih upon a M s U ih
inaon and with being the I it her ol her
tlA'i VKtTON, Tk. , February 0
A special to tbe AVwj from San Au
toniutays: "News was received from
Floresville last evening that the safu
of the postmaster tf that pin '0 had
heeu hi nkeii open and robbed. (Inn
thousand clol'n'H in rash an I f:ti!0 in
postage BtniYips were taken. Three
men are under arrett on st:tpii inr,
but no u.oney was fouud ou them."
If the Liver bo
ot a torpid, If the
bowele are coutlimtcd. or if ih
fail to perform tt fuuotiom prviHrly, us !
Ayer"! nils. They arc invaluable.
Fur tome yearn I w as a victim to Mver
Coniplaiut, In ci)Ummii'(-p of which I
uflcn-d from (ieneral lhhlllty and Indi
pslioui A few boxes of AVer's Pills
restored me lo a rf.vt lieallli. W. X.
Urichtnev, llcruli iM.ii. V. a.
For viwra I have relied
Aycr's Pills than anj thin- cl
im h.mel-. Th.v I'illa iii-e mild In actum,
and do Ihi'iruoik ihin..ii:lih. i imV(. U,J
mem Willi xmxl il,,t, i ,..,., ,lf niicu- i
IniM-in. Kidney Trimble, and IikiwIi. 1
-l.. I . .Milkr. Alll. -..ii; li. Ma',. '
Av, iV I'ilK .ur,-,! me nf siui.i, !i and
l.n. r inmlli . iriun n In, h ,: smier,',!
for e:ir. I milkier them !!,, .,i ,,, I
lliinle. and Uiilll.l mil Imm i 1 t Ilielu. I
jieuir n:mw, imiw n Hie, .. .
I nas aiiaek.d Willi Pilieus Fever,
w til. li was l.illnued lv .laiinillee. :m, was
mi daii-enuisly ill thai n.v fiienda .In.
I'aind of my ree.iver). I .nniiiieiu-i'd
lakni'4 Acer's rills, :in, miu i-i i::iin,., IIV
i ii'liiin.irv flit imth and ii-nr. - .I.ilin (.'.
r.illivni. Lowell, Nelua-Ka.
I.a-i prlie' I sulk re,l i-i iiv r " .
tIMIlliliM.lne litl III. !- m lll s,,.. ' hl siltu i
of every . ll'on to eiue this 11 npiiou, i . I
. i'..it mini Hi,, lies!) I am,, tut ii--l v I
law. I as tioiit.1,,1. nl , same time, I
twill Indigestion, mid dislressin iains iu I
Ity the ndvi.-.' of a friend I ln-.'iin taking !
A.m-i's I'ilN. In shoil i xm.n f I
from I'liin. in tooil iiBest,, .M-tlv.-tIi 1
son s oil my body .-,1111111, n, , ,1 heiilini', I
and. III less limn oiie month, y;i, . lue.i, I
haiiuii-l li. bile, Allaiiia, (,n. !
I liue lorn; use.1 Ayci's 1'ilU, in niT I
family, and believe tliein In he lhe lies't
pills made. S. f. i:,r.en, (::r.l. n. Miss. I
Sly wife und Utile uf il were talon w'lih i
ls, nti TV ii fewdas rf-n, and I ai onee
I "ran tiilie,' ih.ni small .loses of A,i-- i
I'HIs, tliinKiie.' I oiihl eal a ,,.,,r jf u,,, I
di-ease liee.iine :nn worse. In a short
lime the bloody iliselian-es si,,,,ei, nil :
painwi nt nwav.ainl In allh .is lesion .l. I
l beo.loiv Kslln-, llieliinoiiil, a.
l'rotiii,,l ,y lr. .1.1'. Ay,,r A l o.. l oneli, Mi.
ol,l liy all Il.al.r. Iii .Uv.ll.infi.
ChESCIFiT EATING HOUSE,
I... . O. T. BjUIisM.
Trains stop III minutes (or Baal.
Brasktut, soint Nnrlh.... .... ItH
Piniisr, ruins outh . I ):.')
Dinner, ,,in North .. 1:4
bulkier, aoiof tioulh ..." T t:i
lbs hotel is noar lhe L , N. O. anJT. Rl'
i,v. u ilunot. 1 he only hotel In town. Travel
ers, n buarilers and tamilins will And t ie
bent ot act? niodationn. Tha roosns ar
oe Mlorlaule, w t iilentr of be-Uins. Tke
latile in i servioe is I class, ierius rea
tunahie. W. R. TIlflMsir.N CO.. Pronr-elr.
120 Broadway, New York,
DEPOSIT sromnts reoslve.l Iro-n hank
ir. uierebunls and othrrn, and inter
est allowo-ion balanros.
Ailviincos msile to rorrsspoodenls on an
priiv.i tiunincsi ,iiHr or other su,hI cnllutrral
Lrllrrs oi credit issued. Colieotinns in.te.
(lovrrnment bonds and other soouritief
O'tvjii and iiold on eotrmisi'in.
DR. 1). . YoilXSON'S
No. 17 JeHerson Strt'd,
(Uvtwern Main nnd Front.) V EUl'UIS.
D. , IKHiihlished in PMO.1
K.JOIINmiN Is neknoaledMcl brail par
lies inlori'sted a. by inr tha most suo
eisntiil iihysieiun in Ihatrmiiment of private
or nuiret ilien.o. vjuivk, rrninn.int oures
siliirnntord in every onse. ttialo or ton ale.
Hai'snt eases ef tlon.irrhe mid Hvnhilis
in a f w durs ttiiliout lhe use of inei
ciiiiiiKo oi met .,r li i nl i a en Iroia
I'ninlnry Srilillis. (ho 1.1 ,,.
I wilh, .ut iho yfi ol morenrv.
The lltiiitlua Hunter.
CiiARLtvou, Mien , Kehrmiry 20,
The exeileinent in the liiiini tiinrder
case since the diarovery of the badv
in a manure liiuri bin been inert n .1
nyiwrs. innina a couIeaBlon ol how
the horrible deed was committed. To
tbe sheriff ahe admitted ti n1, ahe and
her huaband'a tiephew were the mur
derers. llifiKing ,u 1 been BUHpiuUnis
ol nnduo intimacy, bttween hie wife
and nephew, and had frequently
ordered him to leave the place. The
nephew continued to remain, how
ever, at the solii itat:oa of Alrx. llin
Kins, who seems to have hud inlliieuue
over her htiBrnud. Saturday, Febru
ary (ith, Hiding returned from
Urownstown, where he hu t been trad
ing. Since then he was not neon or
heard from. Tha wiN and nephew
declared he had (one. away toil ty, hut
the neiKhbora bevoiniuK Biiopicioua,
organized a tearchiiit ui ly Monday
and found the body of lliKins buried
in a manure pile behind bin barn. The
skall was crushed and the body unit -latcd.
Yett jrdsy Mrs. lligititH made
aconfeesion to rroRecutiuir Attorney
HiiliRon.sayinv her luiHt nnd wax illed
shortly after his return home; that the
crime was committed in the hoime by
Georgn HiftKina, the inetrumert need
being a hammer. The body was
tikeu to the barn and hidden in a
haystack till Hunday niuht, when they
buiied it in a manure heap, ll ium,
when interviewed by liulinou ami
Stewart and shown Mrs. UiKitins's
contention aud hammer, broke down
and corroborated tie woman' eiu'e
ment, addiDK tht his initio was
thrown down, choked and hAiiiniHrad
till dead. Threats oi lvnchimr aie
Ireely made, and fearing an utieiupt
would be made, the prisoner waa re
moved to Uellaire jail. The cotoner
leturned a verdict that Peter Uitriritia
came to his death at the hanila of
George and Mra. lli'KKina. Both were
hound over for trial.
iti M'lvi'ir.N iii i k i:
Exi'liane Xalffmal Hank
KORFUI.U, VI, l i b. , ismi.
OHOPOlAI.sl III bo reroi.-i d i),i ri'.a
L until Mnluriiiiv, Mnrrh a7, KM,;, f,,r t,
liuii has ul Iho hrreiuiilltir uinnlionrii ,roi.
erly in its rnlirei, and "n'i tor iiieeea or
i irei'ls of tlm saius-retcroiiKa beiiii hud to
d.'l.riet vo lists of said i'.u:tv n liieli
lists, stating tsrais of rule, will be lurnlshrd
iiiioii eii,-aiioii to th., nnd. mi.-nd. Tho
risht to rojovt any ami all bnla is to ervtd:
Ibeextenaivo nnd valuable irnrerty lo
eaied in Norfolk nnd 1' rHiumilh, V.,
knoivn ss the "Sosboatd ttotlon Oomtirer
t;aiiioyuf Norfolk. Va.," eonaisttnn ol :
1. riiemaen.,,, wbirh, amnna olbur iriv
Ikins, nuthorir.es the M inora of oolion and
oilier ineri'hundi'o, and the Issue ol ni'aoli
al'l.i rreiiints thiiri'for,
2 lis i,iiil, which eonslsls of thieo V)
tnst-eliiss iniiirovo't iintlou oomiiresses; two
C) sloini luirsi three (11) trnnsimrtatlon
h'lraes. All tho adiunets ureossary to a wn'l
eiiini,iMi eM.iniisiiinont ol tins ehsriictr.
lis lire iiro.it warohiiusiis, nvven (7) in num
ber, of otim ily tor storiiKa of 'JI,(Kl bales
lis lour (li Inline warehouses metal roofs)
oti'Uv. uiuoy llmunundu li r.s of Irrlili-
'H, Mill, lo.
lis wliurirrs nnd .looks, which n fiord Hinp'o
room for bnrlliinn nt lhe aume time Ian an
xoins, sti-mu or sailing- vessels, 'J im lire . .,f
tbo-wnrebiiuse and . lock ironerty in l'mls
lii.ni l h is about o' eio. toro'liiir with nil iti
her iironiMiy, which is lolly dm- iicl in
the lists all, ,vo to'-i -red
WM. II I'Kruit". ' vr
by it Itrnuktiu
Will roand In sui old t'loeh.
Baltimore irjun, February 16 :
The will of the late D:wid Baylor,
a well known citizen, of Augusta coun
ty, Va., was admitted to probate in
ritauuton Hatarday. By it Mr. Baylor
leaves f80i 0 to tbe Union Theological
Seminary, a Presbytesian school nf nr
Farmville, Va. Of the balance of the
estae, which is a large one, two-thirds
go to lVvid Eaynr Cook and his
blether, William Cojk. and ithe ether
third to his nephew, Mr. 1'rerton
Baylor, of the Slnuntm bar. The dis
covery of the will wni under singular
circumstances. Mrs. Cook waa reared
by Mr. David Baylor, and he proiniued
toflive her an old fashioned clock of
hie. lie also said he would do tome-
thing lit her two ions. Upon hi
death no will could be found, and at
Bale of his property Mrs. Cook
bought f ir 50 the old hall clock
which had been promised her. In at
tempting to fix a loise screw she dis
covered an envelope, scaled with wax
and marked "David Baylor's W 11."
Wiin this paper was opened it proved
to be his will in his own handwriting.
Kelson II. Baker, district attorner.
Westchester county, N. Y., office at
White Plains, writes Jane 20. 18t5:
Fiy years ago I, my wife and two
Bona were very liable tt co da. We
wore the hetwiett clothinr. wrapping
ourselves up werv warm: but it waa
colds, toughs and catarrh a'l the time.
Finally we commenced wearing All-
cock's Porous riasters as chest pro
tectors. The first year we got rid of
onr heavy flannel as well as all cougbi
and colds. We each wore two plas
ters on the chest atd pit of the stom
ach for three or four weeks at s time,
then washed the parts wilh alcohol
and put on Ireah oues; they appeared
to warm and invigorstj the whole
body so that we never loik cold."
pAWriH'KhT, li. I . February 2d. A
few days ago ivlward Cnueviif Kant
Cud budge, Maai., wan hired tlironj;li
the medium r,f Uie pot flioo to woi k
lor Geyrj-e K. Worrall .V Co., barrel
riariiifaciiirt.ts. Ciirtmy errived lioro
''Hterea ninrniiig, and drovo out, to
Mr. W orrall'B bouso. No. U Ui rinaiiin
street. On being admitted imlojis
by Mrs. Worrall he imiiiud'iitely nt-
itiinpLiii iu einiiinee. rier. iim laJy h
Bister, Miss Nellie Uiiueiru. comina l
the rescue, he knocked her down and
clutched her by the throat. A man
named HerbeitO'Craig rushed in and
attacked fjaruey witli a barrel stave,
but failed tj make hun lostin his
hold, and went to seek a more effect
ive weapon. At this point another
sister, named Alice Biggers, entered
the room, and was set upon bv Car
ney, bhe fled, aid catching her hot
in a brier fall to the ground. Cauiey
pouncea upon ner, anil drawing
pocket-knife plunged the biudn te-
peatedly into her body, Atthisp"itit
a lourieen-y ear old son oi Air. Won
rail came npon the scene and struck
Carney with a stone ou the back of the
head. The blow seemed to sober tho
brute, who turned from his victim and
ran. lie was chaned and captured by
neighbors and handed over tl tho po
lice. He appeared to act in a half-
crtzy manner. Ife is a well-drrssed
and good-looking man, about thirty
years old, and ntf.t is be has worked
at coopering at the works of a Mr,
Armstrong, in riomerville, Mass., since
lust October, leaving there on Tues
day la' t. He alto stated that his rest
dence was at Nr. 32 L:verpool street.
Fast Bunion. Mibs Alice Bigurs ia
abont twenty-elg'.t years ol age. Her
condition is critical, and foais are en
tartained that bur wouudi will nravu
fatal. There aro eeven cuts npon her
Potty, two ou her neck, one on the
left brunt.one under the left shoulder-
blade, one on the right and otio on
the left hand. Her clothing wai com
pletely covered wilh bb o 1.
V r (hanan)
Ocntlciucn who oihw wcup "Hit llmuuV
ahcc.i, vlll ncltnuwU'do Uiflm to bo neat, coni'
JivtiiUo and iltirablo. A rv'tclal ftdvan
tn 1h, thnt om e flltnl, by noting
tlft uizo nnd wldf h mtaltod oa
Ust llnin.T, y-n nr emeuf
rttiiiraiiiti't .".if pair
ofunj ili.'tlrr. A;:k
your mIiih tlu(iU
HANAN & GON,
J. F. HOIST &BR0.,
(SDOISSSORS TO O. U. HOUlT t BRO.)
Hrrelsasidlae Import at NrvTsrli.
New York. February 20. Tho total
itnporta of merchandiKO at this port
during the past week were valued at
$o,7S3,420 exclusive ol dry goods.
340 BAIN ST., MEMI'FIlfi.
At I'LL and oomiMsto stock ef Voorl aait
. MstsllisC'asos anil Casket, Ctoth-Cev-ered
Cs-'kets aad II vial Hobns alnars en
haod- easrUfileri bt tuleKrapb nrotiiptlr
WAWlFfl All KNTd.Wnn and Women
" l soil l it K Cl ll.h
ItlrlLK " Intriiilui'lu.n by Kev.J.II.VIn
mini, ij.ii. one airem baa void m In s tow
oi mi iienine; one y.i in a vil Birr iil 7tv.i . n
Dew avent i in til dnr: nna U:1 ta 4 suores
sivewooks; ens til in .) days ut two diflirent
UDies. Aiperienen nut neesarv A.idreee
uataKiibainj. t I'd),
1) lieHrlmrn slreel, Ohlnnen,
Scrofula of Lungs lie
1 am mi forly-nlne years old, and hvs
sufferud for tho last fiftnen years with alung
trouble. revural nmmlieis nf tbe faioily on
my mother's side of the hoii'o hd dieil with
consuniiition, and tbe dooturs wore all
Birred in thrlr opinliin that I bad nonaunii
tlon also. I hsil nil tlio ditrenslna symii
loins ol that terrible ilifva-e. I Lave xptjut
iiiuuriiun ui uoi itrs 10 airimi mo niiiruti ot
Ibis direann: I have nimluyid all ul the
usaal ineibiiils, tint only In my ewii ra-e.
Dia in mi iri'iiiitibiii oi omer iiieilihiirs il
my t'iniily, but leiiiimrury roiinl wus all
tbiit 1 obtained, t was unlit f,ir auy niuntiiil
an.ir inr seve-ai years. liy ohuiine I rame
nti iinsc-Mion ol' a n.urii.hlet im 11 lll,,.,.l
and Skin lisses," frura iho i,flli-e ol hwi.t
riierino uo., Aiiiinu, i-ia. a Irieml reoo l
mon.led tho u i witt's Hiooillo. clauiiiria
lli.t be biuiseif had broa sroally bnch', d
by its use in some lunit troiilile". 1 reaolv,!
to try II. About tour yonrs nao I coinnienced
to Uae H. H. H. anoitrdlna to .iiro'ilinni. I
found it an inviioriitinv tonln. Ami huua h,m
about fifty bottlos. Th ia ulls are inon re-
uiukahio. My ouush ha lelt Die, niy
stienatb. has rclurneil, ami I wniah slaty
K nad more than I ever did In tny lift-. U
s been ihrwo yaars since 1 stupiiej tho
use oi mo ne-iiuine. DDI 1 nave huil rati
uirn oi mo uisease, and I in re a.- no iains
or weakness lelt ia niy liiaxs. I do tbe hard
est kind of mechanical work, and feel aa
wen as i ever inn sine I was a boy. T e-o,
I snow, are wonderful etAieinnia t, ,.,i.L.
but I ana hoaert when I say that I owe my
xisleoc and health to to Main', k,.
eific. Jt la the only medic lae that brousht
ma any Dermanent relief. I do imt tK.
Hwift's Bpeflilio will do this io everyoase,
but moat positively aflinu that it has done
this much for me, and I would be recreant
to the duty I owe to euflerin Immunity if I
failed to bear this eheerlul testimony to th
merits of this wonderful medicine. I am
well known in the cilr of Muotcoomrv. end
can reler to some of tho tost ritisens in the
. - l . J. UUL1.
Montgomery, Ala., Juno 23, lHtv.
Hwitt's Fecitlo ia entirety vegetable.
Treatise on Blood snd Skin Diaus.-cs mailed
ln Swivt yvacrric Co.,
. Drawer S, Atlant.i, (In.
SI fir A MONTH and 1104 KU tor S live
- y..ui a Men or Ladies, ineitch coun
r. W. jllt'JLEU 1 CO., Philadelphia. Ta.
, Im i mom.
t i,o i-r,'i,li(iil.-
1 nvnIutiMirv lutiii of ri'iurn Htn,-c,i in a short
lime. Iutlerors from ininitrtiy or lurs of
Bcxiiul po, rostoreil to irro visor In a few
w.vki.. ii'iitns ul self-abue nn,l oieii.ive
yoiu.rv, nulteriCK (rum si'i.riiiHiurfiioa and
lo.fnl pli) i , ,nd mc n I ii I piiwur, mn,.ily
ami imrniiiiiciitly eiireil. Particular arton
iimi imlil to Ihn l)i-i'ii.-os ot Women, ami
cures mi ir.intced. Pilcf iimi old sores cured
with, on ilm uie of cnutiniir Iho kniio. All
c nsuliiilioiis strictly chiIMoiiu.iI. Medi
i'iiiks Fimt ly emuoss lo till pirts of the
irr-tVort(ini;nicn cired at half khe usual
rsto-. tmi, u rturs from H o'cliwk a.m. to V
i oiocki'.m. I.H.JiII.N.mj.VjM,1.
A Valuable Paten I
Onujj'a (Uorss) l oia nuil - I'lau.
HAVlNtl iierfcotrd my Invention, I wlrh
o i lnm it befora the hutilio, eieelally
ta .r.utaeliire-.. As a rMrn Planter, it is a
I'tirlecfi. cess opens tk drill, di-tributes
tha seed anc.ra.ei, uiiimerrd, and covers
tha same, thorni.y una man performing; tha
work nt three. Iiio. have boon used la
this section tor over a do ton years who per
fect satisfaction. Can five resiioi sihl testi
JOHN 11 IUNCV, DaneyriMe,
Haywood county, 'I'ein.
TO LOT OWKEILS 191
K 1 m w o od Vm 1c rr.
Orne or Ki.uwiiod OsiiKTaar,
M Union Mtniet, February 17, IH-Ml. f
A N IMiKUrioN will b lie d HtthsoMce
1 V. ul the T re imror ol said Couiiany, M
biii'tn struut, on
I'li-id Alunday la Munh ( 1st), 18N0,
from li) a.m. to p.m., for TI1HBM TRTJ8
i'liKH to serve si years. Any owner ef lot
containina not less than three hundred
j, in ore led of sround Is eliKlble for tl ollle
jiml ii a iiuiililled voter, l'nere ara Nm
Truiloei in said I'oineany, divided in thro
'loses, tanh riais senilis, sii yenrs, ana
actions Hie t be held llienni.l'y, vis: On
tirst Monday in Mnroh, lHiti, 1H8H, lnett, end
so on. Icit iisniir. aro- reitieMt'l to read
iniKfS 'AI. 21 and ti Klmwood Hook 'or fuller
llllorinntioll. JtH. I, KNOW, President.
WK4l,lllt K,TH-I)a. E. 0.
Wr , tiv is ii Uh.is TaaaruiKTr
a swurnntoed speuiuo for Hysteria, IMsii
neis, Convultionw, Kits. Norv us Keural
f ia, lloadimho, Norvc-s Prostration, caused
by the une ol alnohol or tibaooot Wake
fulness, Msntiil Heiiression, Ho'tomnc nf tha
llraln, resiiltim iu insanity anil ten, In) to
luinery. ulenay and death) Prematura n
Age, lliirrenuen, Loss ol Power in either
Involuntary Losses and Heeruintor
rhea, en..- i by over-eiortion ol iho brain,
sell-obuse cr over lodulirence, Ksnh bosoon
taius into uumti treatment, 11 a boi, or
six boies for $ri, soni bit niail prepaid, on
rooelpt of price. We aunretili i lloies
lo cure any cine. With eaoh order received
by us tor lis boxes, accompanied wito
we will (end the purahaser our written
auanr in- to refund tho luonoy jf the treat
ment iloei ot eilect a cure. Ilnurnnieea
issued nnlyb A H.KNKe.KT ll;li., Uros-eiat-.
IN and by virtun nf a cortiin titist deed ex
ecuted hyi-allo arid J. K. lliioton the
t ' I ilny of ielinmry 1M11, and rsonrdnl tha
IJ'hd.y oi Mumh, 1NJI. in bunk psaa
Ml, honis'er'H oiiiee of Shelby eoimty, Teu
ihh'co. lhe not therein not having been
p id nt iniitiiri'y, 1 will proceed io -ll. for
cui.li, at i ub ic outcry, lo lhe hinhe, t bidder,
in front of niy oilice, No 2t JUndisoa airoet,
Moujplii, Tnnnesioe. on
I. nr. .lit t. Jllnri'N 1H, IMNd.
the f dlew nit ilescriheil null e-tatc, sitilste
and linina" in HI elbr rouu'y, TonnutiMie, and
more p,ir'i' itlnrly ilnieritio I "a f dlowe t fco
inv Ihonntern half of a 117'4-aore iract of
land near Wiiho Hcpot, said nolYn half
tlun ilnsoribr.l : KcKininna nl a stnko in the
north linn of said trnct, the rtorfhefitit oorncr
of Ih-t psrt rot oil to lliiisy II Kviini;
thence fa t Hu poles to a sliike, tho north--east
vomer of sa'd trno'j tbenee south IWI
poles to the southeast oorner of said tract;
llieneo went with louth line of ssi.1 (nut 1411
poles to a sluke, the soutliest corner of a
part set ansrltotl, II. Kvensi tlmnen north
') poles to lhe b'ainn n. i eln name tract,
sot apart to Mrs. Hal ie K. Hunt, iy partition
dod, rrnorded hook Ktl. onoetol). ItoaiMtAr'a
nllioe of hhelhyoounty, tennenste, lo which
relerouro is here ninue.
IhlS lllllll Will be Sold II M wlinln ne In
several tranis, as tray eppear most advaii
tsacous on the d .y ot sulo.
I. II. JVn't AHI.ANI), Trusteo.
stores n .AJncrarhiiij Atturiiets.
No. Mt7 R 7.-SUteofTenn-.-ee, 6helhy
. i , ui. . .... ,
.-ouiiL.r, iu,:eoi oiiiiiy v oun i irrr, aioin-
thls,' Tcnn.. January ml, IWi To John
ouKUe, PubPo Administrator, and as
such Administrator ol th estiteof A.
Y ounr . deco sed :
HAVINil mm-n-ted the Insolvency of th
estoto ol A. Youtl. .leciimie.l. vi, tl am
beretiy ordered to eivo notice, by edvertiee
ment in sooio iifweiuiiier publl-hed irlthin
the still Slnte, ami i-lrn nt tbe Cotirt-llouie
loor ol Miolliy county, lor all p rhonr hayinir
luitnn llaiiinit nid cil te. lo uni,.nr ii I, ,1 t ..
the eatne. uutlienticiited ie tlio ui'vnr.er pre-
lerineii ny in, on or iioloio H e M day of
May, IK;, and any claim nut tl'td on or bo-
nre Siltd d,iy, I r betore nil ni,l.r,uir,,iti.m .,i
tho Hinds ol Mini eit itc is on, lie, mi.ll oc I ir-
ver n.ir'eii, iioin in l;ir mid c i iiy, Wit
' O'r hand, ut oilice, Ibis ;nh day of Jun-
. . ,. f - CUI.I.KN. Clerk,
fly Loirs K. ttiiiiinn. liepmy Clerk.
Notice IS bl.rnllV OllVen U4 re niir. ,1 l,v lli
bove ei'l-i 'J.inunrv :iu lr.vi.
JOHN I.OA'ilIK, Administrator.
MEpHlS f ErTlUZi G
FA RMIN Gt TOOLS ana,
SEED DEALERS !
Notice of Dissolution.
pIIR rnirtnrr'hiii be'etnfo-e 'xi'tiorun-
anu.tC't 1.1 'hi cy di.Bitvti bymu'utl
iih -nr. II. . 1 Amer'intin i" rt-s una
icuineTcd h'd inr ret-t J M. MfK'veen,
bo im ii.Mliiriteti to n the rrtii fnnue in
ttlc Jioni of the r iid n' th (ld lirui.
.1 Ji. jirti V ' r n ,
II. W. M. AUOK MANN.
3Iciiii'li:,Tonu. February 18, ISAi.