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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1SSG.
"WHO If ERE EZFCSED AS AUDI.
IMCB BY T1IE r&ESIDZXT,
ProDOM U Ltr Their GritTaocM
Before the Kalfbt or Labor
Ami Klalrrd Orjnlit!oiis.
Tt th. Bditor of tfai Appeal:'
I eopy the lj!lowinp report from a
Washington paper of a very recent
Th. BiMMitire Committee of th Wnmin'l
rdtMal.Lau. eompoacd of Kaighte of
Labor ad topreieotativea from trades
anions nVurnoul lli" country, numbering
ui twealy-Sr or thirty ladies, railed at
the Wbite-Keiia. yesterday br appointment
0 l'rapiilt at Clrveland, ti diariiM th mai
ler of centreote tint vara let nut by th irv
rnmaat to ttia disadvantage of wain- woman,
and lo net an en'roti-ion troni tha President
vpon toe problt-m ot the condition cf Iba
nerd ion woman of tha oountry. Aiun.g tha
ladies I rearat were: Mra. J. b'ott of b tun,
Mra. Hr. Ilallol Unto. Mra. Ftiong of Hal.
timnre. Mrs. Powell of New York, Aim. ftoad
of Murvlnnd, Mra. Herder of tint oily, Mra.
Charlui'e Muii'h and Mr, llenauior of New
York, airs llc-kran of Colorado, Mra,
Kwtsl.of Alban, Mra Urown of Syraime,
r. rH oncer of HulTaio, .Mra. T. . Wilson
of Chicane, airs, and Miss rr-ttof thla oily,
Mrs Washburn 01 Doiivtrr,Cid.,nd others.
Tha d'kgatioo waa procntat u:45o'oiock
p ni , the hour apnuintod, and it waa not
antil l:3ito'olark p.m. that lhay heard from
tha I'raatdnot, a aieaaani ar ootilying them
that Mr. Cleveland would meet them In tha
Kat room aloac with other people who bad
etlied to aunk banda wilh biin.
Hill anuoanoeuaont caued Indignation
iiiidi tha ladioe, who roplied to the niee
enc,r "that they had nut pome to ahaka
bauds with or congratulate the President,
but thoy wrra at the WhiltaJraus ly his
inint rent lo confer with him upon mat
ton that referred to th working women of
A iccnnd message ram from yie Preal
dent asking Mrs. Cbailolte Smith toeonler
with hue alon.
Mra Rmith replir d ' that ah we only an
individual of the delegation, and could not
undertake to talk about the matter unless
the eoartawy was allowed th delegation to
b preaenito ask and anawar questiotia."
Aira. rlinith niait known to th Indie th
aecond meare of the President, aad bar re
lit y. The laules, without waiting forth
reply, wiihd-ew from the nismion to the
ArlinsUn Hotel, where they partook of a
dinner ttint waa liven In their honor. Tha
indignation ef thu linlii-s waa lurthcr in
creased by lh f't that the Provident had
appointed Saturday at 12:4o p.m. for the
eonfurrtire, and on their arrival there h
asked their indulgi-nre uuti) yestoiday,
whnj ha would reitaiuly aive theiu an au
dience. Maovof He ladies hav come from di
tant peiiita purpoxely to lee tlio 1'ru'ldent
and wore ue'Maod nore iroin raturuiiy until
veitartliiv. To-day the lldiaa will have an
audieam with the District Coiumiiaionera
-alter wbtah they will hold a mooting, and
they prnpua to pase a resolution to bo sent
to all tne Knight of Jjabnr and tradea
union asaoclationa throughout the country,
eipres-ing their indignation at Ihs manner
In whion loey war rooivd at Ilia Wuilu
The above is an Indication of the
Sower I he ballot Rives in hntnan
ands. These women were tailored
aa no body of men ot like character
would lave been, ana my heait burns
aa 1 read win when the labor Uom
missiona reported such facte ui they
did connerbirtg the workwomen of
this tree land, many of them toiling
at a alnve lii to feed children born of
drunken parents and starving to death
on their wajtes. The ballot, civilly,
la to a man precisely what a knife or
gun Is t him if in physical peril.
juei now t was interrupted by a
ring at the door. On opening
it mere stood belore it a Kirl
about twelve years of aga. The
blue eyes raised to mine were
innocetit and clinr. Hweet and modest
the voice that ta d, "Will you please
inaam, boy some of my perfumed
btfina, they sre everlasting in pleasant
perfume. Over my mind the thought
flaihed like a red llame, "Yes, sweet,
fresh odorous; let them beexpoeedlong
and the odor dies, jon my sweet, are
fair, timid, gentle, one year at thla
wprk will Mb you nf it all." Uood
men every whera !ill blans you for
your innocence, and the vile aud cor
rupt will jeer and jest, and finally
crush if they can. It is this vile class
that Is growing and increasing in power
very year, for lack of woman's power
to help the great moral reforms of
the world. I tojlt some of her
beans, and ui I stood beside
her I pot my arms about her
and save her nil sweet words of conn
eel aud encouragement, to be brave
and wis-, aud sweet and true to her
womanly nature, fjr the take of one
who in throwing down heT aarmenta
, of lltwh and passing to better things
eanctitled every girl that lives for me,
and makes eauli child fiat Btrives
in this siH cnraed wo:ld my child ; and
in tho same spirit that animated the
mother who murdered her three girls
nnd toft her boy alive, said, whenen
j trial f r her lif, only two weeks ba
, fore tho birth of another: "Yes, Jedge,
. I did pimm 'cm, bat yott see, Jedge,
Uiey wssgfcls, and lay old man was al
ways a drinkia', and oh, Jedge it's bo
.'. hatd on me. Ho I eald, as I kissed lief
cheek: 'Thank Uod I have no
-1 other gal; thank God: no man
1 can blast her life, nor niur her beauty;
3 aa a forever, eale, though 1 am
'i robbed of the llowerthatctst sunshine
- ana sweet none over my life, better
;l '.'.oom and rain to me than any harm
liher. I don't know that the law
i taking power in the hands cf women
:, ; mid help her, but (iod knows her
H Swer can't worBt things in their pree
J jjitcoaditlon, I am certain; and when
Kid women, sncreeeful women, say:
; "I have worked, I succeeded, and I
don't want the responsibility of it," 1
pray thai their eyes might only lave
eeen the sights of labor women dving
for lack of food on wages that would
hardly feed a rat, and they will under
stand that a disfranchised class is al
ways a weak class and a dofraudad
class, and be less ttoltioh and av
ELIZABETH L. BAXON.
j riioii THE PEOPLE.
A Uxnnan juailve Warned.
Talk Vetera of the Fifth Civil Diftrlct.
h r"nd. Third and
.' Kiatilh Ward aud Hie Spring! :
V Asjona'aaanre that we l ave in
this good city tn Magistrates, and all
Of thera geit'enien who do not under
lain! orspeak the Ueruian language.
We have a large German element, and
nanv of them do not speak or under
itand a word of Kogliah. l)j you not
Jiink that we Germans ought to be
intitled to one German Justice of the
rVace? We think we can owl a man
n the field lor election as Magistrate
vhoisnot only a gentleman but a
; nan competent in every respect to fill
he vacancy f the late Esquire Bpell
aan. Gentlemen, give the Gerrcuns
chance and think over it We
hinkweare entitled to at leatt one
reman Msgistrate in this city
uttice demands it. , oibjiams.
ads; Fllpp Ilia
tba Editors of ibo Appeal :
Covinoton, Tmm , February 20. I
as informed tha' a shoit time since
irne person writing fiom Covington
i your psper ttated that Capt. Bi
onton would cirry Tipton almost
lanimoiisly for Judge against Judge
jfplD, the present incumbent I
.ve not seen the article referred to
, t-t. If such a etit'ement has been
;,ibyyour Coviugion corrosond
! I wish to eav that he never wee
mistaken. He is certainly ig
i int of the sentiment of the people
, ; . the (Jlieaapcaie, Ohio ludj
Soath western railroad in nfereneeto
that race. No Judge ever sat on the
bench in Tipton who pleased the peo
ple better not even the noble and
impartial Humphreys. I know cer
tainly tbat Flipptn baa hoct of warm
friends all over Tipton. I have heard
of bat one complaint. I saw in
ceitain psper that he adjourned court
because be did not have clean shirt,
and understood it at once. I am not
personally acquainted with the Judge
bat I know that he is very popular in
Tipton. It is trne Cat t Cant, riimon-
ton may carry the Seventh District
nnanimouBly, because he was reared
there, and Uie voters, many of them
are hie relatives, and the church to
which he belongs is in tbat district
But it is different in other parts of the
county, if the statement above re
ferred to baa been made through your
paper, please publish thie. that the
Judge and his friends cut of ourtonn
ty may know that he is very pouula
wun us aaa win gel our vote.
EaeHrmeiat Over lb Hnnfrluitl
I UriCIil. TO TUB aPPBAIi.1
Covinotoh, Tni., February 20.
The return of beautiful weather Ln
The farmers are on our streets daily
buying mules, preparing for the next
The merchant! seem to be more
The excitement jatt now is the mu
nicipal election. The town marshal's
clhce will be closely contested. Mr,
John W. Campbell, the present mar
shal, has made a good officer. The
mayor and recorder both aay that no
man baa ever filled the ollice more
ably. Mr. Campbell is honeat, brave
ana forbearing. 11 is opponent, Mr,
Thos. Tipton, is a clever young man,
Our people are greatly interrsted in
the coming temperance convention at
Nashville next week. Covington will
send a delegate thereto in the person
oi .loun it. ciioin.
The' Louse of Mrs. Anderson, in
this place, came very near being urn
mimed oy lira iiiursiiay evening.
the noale work of neighbors saved it.
Mnloona Untiled bj llnralara-fnali-
man at Ilia Old Tricks.
IsriniAL TO THB arriAL.l
Frownsville, Tenn , February 20.
Last night thieves broke into the
Marble i'alsce Saloon, tcok a half
desen bottles of whisky and all the
money in tne tin, which was a
small sura. Then they went to the
taloon of W. II. McGill, entered and
stole some money aud valuable papers,
The robbers finished up on a good sup
per, obtained by breaking into the
restaurant of Mr. Dunlap and doing
tneir own cooaing.
Caahmun, who several years ago ere
ated a good deal of excitement by
blowing open a safe here and stealing
jouuu or iiHUU, wai seen bere last
night. lie was sentenced to five years'
Imprisonment, which has expired. It
is supposed he bad a band in last
night s escapade.
Ilnrlon'a "Arabian aiKbU.M
Blanche Hoosevelt, who lunched re
cently with the hut translator of the
i4rooir Might, deo'ares that Mrs.
Burton is the dearest, sweetest, cheer
iest woman in the world. She is fair
and handsome, not a bit like the gen
ei al stiff Knglish woman. We spoke
tf Burton's new Arabian Niyht. Be
fore we go any further I wish to re
mark that it is the well, the plainest-'
spoken book ever print.-d in Knglish.
tUe reviewers say, and revieweiH will
say anything, ai they buvc in this
case. They say: ''It glows with gor
geousness of word-painting:" that "it
is a classic;" that "it is the most re
markable work of the age;" but they
give the world to understand that this
work in ten volumes, five ot which are
now printed, should not deco
rate the virgin's toilet table
nor yet repose among those pater
nal book slit Ives devo'.ed to tha in
struction of the young and chaste,
nor yet to the single nor the double,
t the middle-aged nor muddle-aged,
to the fairly liberal-minded, nor even
lo the ordinary student. Naturallv
you will ask: "Where is this book it
finally repose?" Answer: I don't
knew. The Arabian Might, com
plete In its present form, reorewnts
twenty years' study of Arabia, but
actually one year and a half steady
work iu translation and writiuir. Bv
work you may imagine the meaning
Burton gives the word when 1 tell von
that since May of 188 i he has drudged
twelve consecutive hours a dav. often
sixteen, oftener twenty, lie is up and
at his table at 5 every morning, and
he writes, per Madam s nimble fin
gers, straight on until 5 n.m . with the
sole interruption for light meals, as
tne uapiain eats very utile wbile com
posing. Mrs. Burton has been his
f aithful scribe and amanuensis for all
these volumes of classic lore.
Closing Thealrra In t'lnclajaatl
Cincinnati. O., February 20. The
experiment of closing the theateia on
Sunday has now been tried two weeks.
Iti etlect upon the financial results
has, on the whole, been most gratify
ing in theaters where the Bale of
liquors has net been allowed. Mana-
f ar Itairfarth tof the Grand Opera
louse, says tbat they had excellent
success last week, while dining this
week the McCaull Opera Company,
playing the Black llumir, has given
them ovei flowing houses. He says
tbat by the preset t method the week's
receipts were very large, if not larger
than any they played to an Sunday,
and thoy have one night's expenses
less to hear, lie is thoroughly satis
fied w.ta Sunday closing.
, o ,
Invallda' Hotel and tinrgleal la.
This widely relehtntnd Initiation,
located at Buffalo, N. Y., is organise d
with a full siatf ot eighteen experi
enced and skillful physicians and Bur
geons, constituting the most complete
orgn r-ttion ef medical and surgical
skill in America, for the treatmett cf
sll chronic diseases, whether requir
ing medical or surgical means for their
cure. Marvelous success has been
schleved in the cure of all tiawl,
throat aud lung diseases, liver and kid
ney disease, diseases oi the digestive
organs, bladder diseases, disease pe
culiar ta women, blojd Uiutsand skin
diseases, rheumatism, neuralgia, nerv
ous debility, paralysis, epilepay (fits),
spermatorrhea, tmpotency and kindred
street ons. Thousands are cured at
their homes througt correspondence, j
The cure of the worst ruptures, p ie
tumors, varicocele, hydrocele and
strictures is guaranteed, with only a
short residence at the intention.
Send 10 cents in ittmps for the Inva
lids' Guide-Book (IDS raes), whir-h
aives all particulars. Address World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buf.
falo, N. Y.
Thb finest and beft selected stock
of gas fixtures in the city, at bottom
prices, i, a. BALL i u).
FOR A SUMMER SESSION OP
Lectures by the Rev. 3. II. Vincent
or Sew Terk-Mrs. Ewlsr to
Nashville Banner: Tha Monteac!
Sunday-school Assembly will open this
Brwton j una suto, and close Angust
21st. The indications for a successful
session and a large attendance are ex
ceedingly fluttering. Improvements
iife tieen going on coLt'.nually, amon
which may be mentioned quite
number of cottages, built by privsta
individuals on lots purchased latt sea-
ion. revarai summer residences have
been eretUd, showing a difposit oa
on wio pari or me owners to build
Doner cutis oi nouses with more con
veniences than those put up in pre
One cf the more substantial im
piovements to be made this season is
the Georgia Teachers' Home, a renre.
sentattcn of which appears above,
this will be a commodious and band.
some building. More than one-tsird
of the money for its construction hue
U'm raised in Georgia. The building
will be well furnished and finiahed in
the latett style, aad will accommodate
1iO people. The estimated coat of
ttm home is 13000, this being exclu
sive of the furniture. .
The Alabama teachers huv kpIpcIpi!
lets for their home and have secure'! a
large part of the monev necesr arv for
its erection. Strong efforts will be
made to have it comnletf d bv June
30th. This structure will cost 12500.
The large ice-Louse on the assembly
grounds has been tilled with an excel
lent quality cf ice during the past
winter for use in tho haatl senaon.
The summer schools are nroimtnHinB
well, and 1'iof. Baskerville and his co-
aborers are sanguine as to tha reaulu.
They have announcements nearly
rtnlyfur publication, and expect to
issue them during the next Iwo or
three weeks. As far as completed the
programme lor lectures aud other en
tertainmenta promises tj be a rich
one, as some very able men and wom
en nave bten secured.
Mrs. Allien of CincfYinnti. bl.tir
anown as ransy." lias been enaaaed
to take charge of the children's meet
ings. Frank Beard, the caricaturist of
the Judije, has been engaged for
week, and will interest evervhodv
with his fsmous "chalk talks," which
have given him a national repntition.
Arrangements have been suliiciently
perfected ti warrant the announce
ment that a first class brass-band will
furnish music during the season. The
Ksv. J. 11. Vincent. D.D.. of New
York has consented to deliver several
lectures, which will add ma'terially to
the Interest of the ChauUuona Liter-
ary oociai uircie worx. The ICev. Vr
I'almer ot flew Orleans w return
this season and will make bis stav
longer than last summer. Dr. Pal mer
lias few equals aa a pulpit orstor.
A feature possessing particular at.
tractions for the ladies will be the visit
of Mrs. Ewing. teacher in the art cf
rtt .king. Mrs. Kwing will for several
weexa give lessons each dav in uructi-
cai cooaing. ene win nave a loom
especially fitted up with a stove and
necessary articles for teach n? in de
tail the mysteries of good cooking.
oeverai prominent ana lollaential la
dies of Nashville- have taken a deep
interest in securing Mrs. Kwing, and
will render her all the aid in their
power, this alone ought t) bring hun
dreds to Mot t jagle.aa it is said Mra.
Kwing has the happy faculty of im
parting much knowledge in this line.
Another feature, and one which will
be empliiuiisd this yf ar, is the giving
of leit'ires, accompanied by stereopti-
The Arkansas traveler, tho Iiav. A.
11. Wintield if Little Rock, will be
present and make some interesting re
marks. The committee are rot rtaJv to
make public their programme, but a
ifnnmr reporter was assured to-dav
that able men lrom every section of
the country will appear during the six
weeks session. The Monteaale Annual
is now boing prepared for tho press.
In beauty of illustrations and general
make-up it will he a most creditable
Volume. It will contain engravings
mado by the Morse Engraving Com
pany of New York, showing a number
of prtUy mountain views in and
near Monteaglo. It will also contain
cute of the tcasbera' homos, public
nildings and views on the amjemlilv
grounds. The book will embiace ovtr
ghty pages and 15.0U0 coDies will be
The hotel and dining hall will be in
gcoJ lauds this year, and run on a
Eomewhat diil'erent plan. A lunch
countor will be on the assembly
grounds, where one can get a cup of
collee, a glan of milk or a sandwich.
During the past winter the grounds
have been in change ol Capt. Sam
Gill'am. lie has been engaged in
clearing the ground and removing un
dergrowth, and the place now presents
a much cleaner and more attractive
appearance. In addition to this work
be lias made a good road from the
f rounds to table Rock and other popu
ar resoit). The management have
arranged for a hack line, by w hich
visitors can ride from the depot to the
grounds for 5 cente. Hacks will run
to all the neater places every half
hour, from 8 o'clock a.m. tj 12 olclock
m. each dsy, only 10 cents being
charged for the round tr p In the
afternoon visitors can, for 10 cents, go
to and from the more r mote acenea.
It is the purpose of tho tua' moment
to do everything in their ower to
make Monteagle the most i opular and
interesting resort in the South.
I Lot t
It. I ' Kuirmwiil H-nUtMfli
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers.
No. 300 Front Street Meniohia Tenn.
WHOLES A T,F.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission merchants,
2GO and SGS Frout Ut.t Memphis, Tenn.
MOST PERFECT MADE
lTi.nn1 with epocli I r,-:inl to boalliu
.Vi Auju.ontu, l.lm.vir Alum.
PriCE BAXMS PCil'SCH CO..
f"'"P'. ST. touif
CURE and HEALTH
FOR THE AFFLICTED,
AT THE MEriIIS
Medical & Surgical Institute
Drs. Hcery, Furse & Lewis,
RECUSTLY OP ATLANTA. G A..
FOX MANV YEARS,
llara PKRM.WF.NTLY boated in MEM-
I Ills, lbNN,, aud hav opened
Medical and Surcical Institute
In the (aayosto Hotel,
KntranAA nn Mntn atmt. Vlrvt Vlnne. Vir.t
i)nnrto th Kisht, where wa will treat rjCl
hNTIKlCALLY tha oilnwina direuaeat All
Uinouaea pauuliar to Wodido; also, treat
rthauuintuui, Neuralgia, bi'iatina, Lirorand
Kiilne' Dineuroi, lueii aa Cbronio Copallpa-
tinn. nilinuni.Mtt. H,nlr llMi..haB ItAetut
Diaoaaea, u,-h aa I'ilea, Kniuro ot th Keo-
um, Kiatula in Anu. Blood Iieare, anch
Hypbll a, Scrofula, Whit Haellina. Vena
real i)i-are, luch a Uunorrhea. Ioipo
tenos, (Sterility and Nervnu" and Heinal lia
bility. Hiaea.'i-a of tha Eye, Kar and Throat.
Opinm and AiTiitaine llabi.i cured with
out ,tltrerinff or dntjintinn trnm hiitln. ae.
CANCER, IlltOPaY and CATAKKU are
cured by ua.
We Cure Stammering by an Art
no Medicine or Instrument! used.
Wa Extract Vanotrs with a Vegeta
ble Plaster, without performing any
surgical operation and without much
Wa treat Rtrletnrn ha Hleetrnlviii. rnM-H
lapalnlepa: ConaumritioD. Anthma and Dia-
eaaea ol the Heart, l)ynpei.4ia and all Ner-
u xiBt-ea. in caia ifiaatf0!i, auco aa
Enieina, Tetter, kto., treated.
CONSULTATIONS AND EXAMINATIONS
FREE and STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
OFFIOK HOllNS-froiu 9 a.m. lo 1
p.m., ar from II p in lo H p.m.
Kow Music Bookb
'Kmpreaa of Song," onntaintng 63 roeal
piai'ee, SUo, br rnuil A5.
'genu B uvonir. cunUiiiingMTocal pieoea,
hlkl. hv mail lV,n
Piano Bouvenir," cortftininr 60 Inatrg
inenlHl piecea, 50o, h mail K'x).
Folio oi Muain," rontitining 80 inntrumoDt
al pieoea, MKi, hy wail (bc.
Exoeiaior Method lor the Organ," con
taining coinnlote InHtruOtiona, besidol
over UK) vocal atrl) inatrnmentul pieoea,
bound In bnardK. Price II, poatpaid.
Coe'a Method fur the Violin," tho latrtt
and in fist progrenrive inetrnclor pub
lished, having all ncce.ipurr inttruotiona,
and I ml relectiona, niich na "When the
Hubina Nent Again," "I'll Await My
Love," "Dancing in the Barn," "Little
Darling Dream of Me," "Poek-a Boo,"
"Sum Day." Prico 75c, poatpaid.
Complete atock of Music Rolla. Caaea, Wrap-
pera, npring-tiacK f olios, in iew ie
aignaot Leather undPluah.
ill HIYl.tS A Nil rniCEN.
.ISO Main Si., Meiupliltt.
EolaAgente for Chickoring, Hardmao and
now bngland 1'ianoa.
No. !2, R. (F)-Chanoery- Court ot Bhelby
pouniy outiooi lanneiai ir ae, etc., va.
W.K- Hutlor et al.i and No. 1473. U.D.
Cityol MotnphU . M. McNeill etal.
I virtue of an Interlooutory deore for
aala. anteted In th. ihnv. .aim. nn th.
11th dayn' May, 11X3, and renewed Decem
ber 21,1885, M.B. W, page 471, 1 will tell, at
Rut no auction, to the htgheat bidder, in
ont ol thr Clerk and M nabtr'a nffir.. nnnrt.
bona of Shelbr county, Meuiphit, Tenn , on
HMnrdajr, I'rbrnarj SO, 1H8,
Ithln legal houra. th follnwlna- deacriked
proi rty, aituated in Mcmphia, bhelnvcoui-
y, icnn., lo-wit: ucginning on tn eaat
id. of tha first alley aaat ol Third (tract at
a Interaectinn wiih the aouth aid. cf J.fTnr-
aon atreetj thence eaat w th aouth lino of
Jefleraon atr et leet; thence aouth HKS
feet to an alley: thence wrat with north ri ie
of aaid alln I!1 l.at to th. Drat .ll
of Third atreet; thence with aaid alley 14S'4
feet to.the beginning t-'old aa th iropeily
: 1'. It. Meatn and Martha Hod.e.
If ran of (Sale On a credit of 7 monthe:
not with eecurity: lien retained and re-
emptionharrcd. Tcia January it) lDJXi.
a. l Iic-lniVf.l,l t'lork and .Mii'ter.
By.l. M. Ilrndley. Deputy Clerk k Maator.
I. W. Ilnnil,tnn. Snlloihir.
The above .ate ro-tponed toSalarday,
tininrr S7. INh
HIHN M. II HA 111, FY, Pcpntyl.tV.
Bow snany terrible aches OIK'S poor beadl 'Ft tha MeAnn aehaa aad aaaa of naraont
baa, and what Buffering la caused by theae ; J'"" npma-UoUMraae.
beadacbea. Keller maybe had from Nerroua, SFV52?.S " Ml
lieoralgle, or bk-k lieadacbe by tha use of Ftai taaa, at. D 8 Pant, Kim.
VVMAvVfc which la a cura for Kerroua; Haadathea with awxwa in almoat rmr ioauaoa.
Headache, Nenralirfa, Eheomatiitm. Sciatica i KC Um l'J?u?ui-".
andGooT No proprietary medicine has ever " o.to. M. D.. t uU. Obia
obtained aurb atroug eadoraemeat Irum tb cJJattvlomtir
mulicui profi-anioo. I Tiuu. HuatiaR. M D . St Trtacua. Mo.
FOR 8AIJ? BT AIX DRUGGISTS. PRICK ONE DOU.AR I'ER BOTTLE
A.A. MELLIER. H..IO Prupaietw. 7 and Til WASlirXtiTON AVK'K tT LOCI9
Madison Street, A car Cotton Exchange aid Theater
Rates, $2 Per Dav.
BOWLES & LEAKE. PROPRIETORS
AW ADD PUkSiaa.jUII.I4, NATT-TABW,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Collins; and Cedar ro9ts
MEMPHIS, - , - TKSlfNEMSlSlF.
Estes Doaa & Go
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
13 Union atreBt. HfemplilN. Tenn.
E. WITZMAMW Co
Bol Ajonti or th following
ORGANSaAMS HAM1IW, tlOIUH tt WAKBK9, CHI
va" JI" I auk inrriuK nuum "
ar A NEW 7-0CTAVB
Writn for Ootaloimwt. NM.22:t ntwl
376-378-380-38!i-384-386 fcecond street, sonth ot ayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
Moulding. I,ath. 'axlar Pola anil Plcfcrla.
si Facte hgGkfs
204 Front Strpet,
"No. 207 Wocoinl St re
JNO. 8. TOOF.
B. L. MoOOWAN.
I III UUIIIIII Ul UUll
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Dealera In Levee
No. 274 Tra-nt Rtiftt
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
IVo. awa Ivfnin Stiwl, fiayowo It look.
W. M IIOKK,
HANVFAei'VBERN OF TUB , ELKURATED
Filsener Beer in Kegs and Bottles.
Onlj Pure Gbrjstal Well Water Used fur Brewing Parpofes.
H. W. Corner Butler and Tennessee Stir.
On and after thla data I ahall offer at prlvaU aale th entir. itock of
No. 205 MAIN STREET,
Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics' Tools,
Sawmill Supplies, Agricultural Implements,
GRASS and COTTON ROPE, FENCE WIRT, Etc
r I ahall pontine, to a'l from day to inr at very low ratea. Thcae requirira; anythini in
thu line for Kuildiot . Mechanical, Farmina; nr other purpuaea, will hav aa epportuni J to
apply their wanu at ratea i really to their advantage.
Aiitrtu8,kl;'ebruivry 1, IStO. , 1. JTICDOWIX Keceiter.
AtM' OABI.EK, C. D. PEA8K C
PUN0 FOE l0.-j
22 KKDOIVD NT- ftfKMPHlfc
R. K. LBK.
LEE &5 CO..
S. P. ItOWDRE.
of, ; ?g"cmpliiw. Tenn
J. 8. McTIGHB.
W. 9. PATTKbUN
and Railroad Supplies,
See'j and 1 rew
nnuiRRi n nn
i M ft ,
H. MM, B. D. Cbaeeery Cart of Shalkr
ool ty fiut. of Tenaaw lur IU own aje.,
Bte., va. Catharine Hon, at aJ.
I virtue of aa iaterlorotory dacr. tor
.... "ala .nterod ia th abov ear o. tha
iJ .Kaooaabr, 18a5, M. B. 6t, pa
.V-T,'11?" poblie auetion, to the hih
at bidder, in front o tho Clerk and Uaaur-.
ooo, oonrtho.a. ol Bh by outinty, Went
phta, Tenn., on
Saturday, nrr 9, 116.
within leral hoar, th foDow'int deaerlboi
pn-trty, aituated in bhelby county, lentea
Lot lfi. blnrk in, f W. B.nith'a anbdlvi
tion, ISS, by lftU feet an th went aid. ol Or
leana atreet, tnuthwert ooraer of alley n rth
of M. laul atroeU Kold oa protetty f M.
j! . myera.
Lot XI, hloek IB. east tide wi TUrd atreet,
RO leet eouih ol Qeoiein rireot, 2 hy lUJi
feet. Hold aa uroirtr of I'h.iimi Xnitia.
Lot a), blix-k 1, eaat aide l Third atreet.
10th ward, 24 bv HiS le.l, tho aorta line be
iek 74 leotnuth ol Orrircia, etrvtil. bold U
property i f IhomaaNawie
Lot 18, block 1, Irontinv 4 fit on the east
ido of Water atreet, ',irr. VinkeriiR, and
running back 6J feet. Sold a proparty ol
the Oriental Powder Co.
Lot 13, Polk's auidivisi.o, 58 bv 170 fe, ta.
anath aid of ietriattreoi. (ha west I ne be
initMteet eatt of Urleana street, rioid aa
property of J. W. Purnoll.
Lot 40, block 11. etu-t lid. of Second afreet,
24 by 100 feet, 96 leet north ot Alubam.
treet, lUihwr t.
Lot 41, block II, ev tilde of Hocond atreet,
24 hy HJ, 72 feet north of Alaua-ua.
nAotf-l' hloa- II, oaat aido of fcocotid atreet.
o,Lot.!3, i'1" n' aide of Seeond atreet,
24 by 1(1 1 foet.
Lot 44, block 11, oaat aid of Seoand atreet,
24 by 110 feet. Sold a properly of Ciaauel
Lot 111. blo,-k 17, north aide of Carolina
atroet, 2.'. by 1UU feet. at iett ont i f Kourth
tet. Bold aa property .1 Thomaa Kelton.
Lot 21, blc-k 17, m.rtk aids of Car-Jin.
atreut, 25 by 100 feet, 7fi feet eaat of Fourth
atreet. Sol i aa property ol Thomaa Molaon.
Lot 2, block 14, aouth aiiU ot llrodway,
25 bv l70 leet, 25 feet eaat of alley eaat f
Third atreet, 10th ward.
Terma of fJalo On a orcdit of six month;
not with aecarity bearini inlereeticiiuired;
lien retained, redomliou Barred. Thie Feb
ruary l, lttK6.
S. 1. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Maator
?y ir- si-i,ra.dle,T'.1r,tJ' C' Master.
. 11 AC. W. Uoifkoil. riolioitora.
No. Ml), H. p. Chancery Court of Shelby
vmiiiiy oihic o. lenncsKcn tor its own
uk;, etc., va. ilnrearet lii- ntul.
IV virtue of an interlocutory dooree for
1 1 sale, ontered in tho nhovo oiiui-e on tha
24th day of Dcoeniher, 13rir, 41. U.6 lao
!' I will fell, at public auotion, to tha
hicho-t biddor. In front of tiio Clerk and
Maater a otiioe, eourt-houta f bhelby Coun
ty, Mvtuphia, Tenn., on
ftutnrdny, Baweh 0, lS(l,
within legal hours, the fcl!owin doferilied
property, aituated in Khelhy cuuoty. lena..
onL?Kfh bIo,,k KA: ytrW aubdivieion,
9UXI57H feet, aouth aide of U corgi a alreot, 04
feet west of Wrwht avenue.
litfSi block 1, A. Wright' subdivision.
30xl574 leet, outh aid ol (inornia atreet, 30
leet west of Writrht avenue. Sol i ua proper
ty of Miirtaret Kic and othora.
Lot 32, block 2, A. Wright' snbdivition,
froDtmg 11 7-10 feet on aoatb aide of (leorirta
street, southweet ooroor of Laltoso etroet,
and running eoutheasiwardly with LaRosa
stmet 141.2 teet; Ibenco wost 87.r leot to an
allov; theno. with tha eaat side of said alley
1(17 fi leet to Moorgia street, bold as properly'
of tllon Bhurpe.
lot 35, block 12, eaat aid of Beoond at roe t.
Fort Pickering, 24x100 feet, 146 foet north !
Lot 36. block 12, east aide ef Second street.
Tenth Ward, 24x100 foot, t-old aa property
01 Muttie bi. Lawrance and other.
Part of lot 12, block 30, fronting 14 feet oa
west side of alley east Sixth street. Port
Pickering, and running baok wont. 87S feet,
being ncrth ot tha east part f lot 1:1, block 30.
Part of lot 13, block 30, being th easily
feet of said lot, fronting i fjet on west aid
of alloy eat of riixth street.
Lot 14. bloek 30, northeast enrner of Jack
son and Bixth street. Tenth Word. SiXxtll
feet. Sold as property of Anthony W. blad.
nd lift unknown heirs ol Charles I'hilmor.
Lot 8, blook 40, sooth tide of Carolina
street, 60il50 foot, Xty4 feot east of Ninth
atreet. bold as property of Krod W. Kciser.
Part of block 37, southwoat corner of Caro
line and Main streets, 80x127 feet, tiold a
property ot D. J. bharpe and others.
Lot , block 16, wci, side f 1ourth street.
Fort Pickering, 24x1 U loot
Lot 10, block 16, west aid of Fonrth street.
Fort Piekuring, 21x112 foet. Hold as prop
erty of Joseph Tote.
Lot 2H, J. M. Tate subdivision, 51x155 feet,
eaat aide of Wilkerson atreet, 53 feot north of
Georgia street, Tenth Ward.
Lot 11, blook 16, west side of Fourth street,
Fort Pickering, 74 feet north ot Carolina
streot, 24xll24 feet. tid as property of
Terms of Bale On a oreditof six months;
note bearing interest, with good security,
r quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This February 1, iD6.
fc). l.'MclOWLt,, Clerk and Master.
I!y J. M. liradlev, Uoouly C. and M.
F- II. & V. W. Ueiskoll. solicitors.
Tor 15 vcara at 27 Court ri.ice. now at
322 MarkctStrwf, T nr mmh V
Vet. Third and Fourth. uil)llliu,AJ
vttATXJtiSfdl, aVt kU ITtVCU-O W(ll l'fY-.
Cwr nil forroflcf PRIVATE,
CHRONIC Had SZUAL
iVoinjiatrr:ie And Tm potency,
tn rftult of wir-.il9i3 m lu yncth, -nin4 xr -mm b n.
utev fwn, ornUuT , i;l .rrf li r icrana iWflinV
Iiiwiqs r'fl'Wtr NrrroutOtm. 8'iut!iRl t(uiis.-.-iii&n. r.J...,iitaV
fotifl by rtrip. Ulmn-n of hir.rit, Dvl.jfl -c. fl'bj
jt'tlfhokf. Piiuiilnaim Kaftv JlTTvt,in t Siyki; afKemirW,
iJonftiAm f idmut, iort of Staiel P"if. tc mhltiiOS
B'hi! tiii(.it:rr or nnhiipr, a. 9 Uitrvtntilr Mad permn-
tir ty rnali.
. Frrbin, lot Huiwak
jTj&iI, Ptriclure. OrxLtuV prn,uL. ior Hiauutta.
; miii t'uirr itii j ui'fllcv 1J4I0 17 cunrd.
It lfayll-vilenl tliat aithy wiipyitvvlfi1irtrtlc
tm wrlD olaHi erf rtt'ua.M, rh1 fcreMfn; tbonndi &Dn
ally, tcuirM ureal still, Phyirin kMut ilits hot nm
'rytr.ta-iil (roni Id my oar-w Whca it la UimaMitt t
ioit Ihc cttr fir- trcttoivnt, nofHtirvM ot MM priviUteW
.nd rcuij ij mail or KjrtxHji aoj'U-m,
iPutcmi Guaranteed In all Caafta
0 tWu nation (wiwaDanr ar hr fcrttn aa4 lavttfa
Cbaigai retMMiabaa Mid mi iMiWia1iiiiiM mitnif rffllHii'Aial.
4 PRIVATE COUNSELOR '
Of 100 pca, wwt tour art-, fount, Mind, Ibr aa
'11) onutfl. hbold b raaa br aL, tUiw t ahova,
li(5o iioura fivm S A. M. W, P. M. BoUjsi4J' g
UNDER and bv virtus of two trnst deeds
executed by D. L. Fertru'on and H. C.
Hampton to the nnderaia;ad aa truatees, on
January 4. 1S84, and May 11. 1885, resreot
ive'y, and duly recorded in the office of the
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Miasiaiirpl
county. Ark., In Record liook 12, pares U,
etc, and Record Book of Truat l3eeds, vol.
A, pufres 275, etc, dii'ault in the payment of
the indebtcdneas thereby scoured havine;
been made, atthreiUoatof the bancQoiariea
thereln,-vo will, aa such trustees, on
Wcdnraday, Hnrch 10, lts,
at the atorehouao upon th plantation known
aa '"Modena," in Minaisaipi eounty. Ark.,
and being on the Miaii aiiioi river, proceed
to sell to the hiitlio-t biildor, tor ciish. th
lollowlns poraonal property, to-wit: Four
4-hors wagons, tight tno-hor-o wsirons,
soventy-one mules, six sets wnson harness,
seven sots harne-s. on 4o-hor power en
sine and boiler, two HI-fbw Milbnrn double
roller ina and ft'n atonds.two feoderaand
condensers, ore Coalman cotton press, one
Krift-mill with appartcnanoes, beltioit,
ahiif'iin and pulleys, three hTses, two
oolta, one mule colt. I ur mares, four seta of
ear; ala, all plows, scraie, bras, axe
anil all other farmiue; ntenaila and itnple
ments; and alsn, all oattlo, stock hogs and
other mnles and stock, and all rrooro' orn,
cotton, oottn-aeed. hay, fodder and other
products now on or belooainpt the planta
tions known as "Nodona," the "Hllis
plaoo" and th "Lanier pluoa" In said
oon-ity, ran and operatod by aaid Fcr;uaon
A Hampson daring th year 18K5. And
under aaid dead, on
Ralnrday, Hitrek SO, IMI,
In front of the court-houne door in Osceola,
Misaiaatnpi oounty, Ark., we will sell to tb
biahrst bidder, lor oaah. th following de
scribed real entata, nnuiely, all being in aaid
eounty and rjtat: Tb plantation known
aa th "Kill place ' at Ferguson 4 llamp
on s Landing in Rend 46, Miaaiseippi river,
and deacribed aa follows; W S see. 13,37ii
Bt B a. 24. .nd part W s' seeT
24. b 54 of ae. 2, Md U H W X aec. h. in
townahin llnorth, raeeo 10 ea t. Also, NB
M see., 4, 100 seres. lfSMXtM. 11. 71
acrea.i Uwnsliip 11 north, ranae 10 eaat:
and th. 8 fr H of N W fr )a a. 36 (aouth if
Littl river) in tewnahip 13 north, rang a
at, nnUining 8.W acres. AI,o, K Ir of
bhTfrK saa. 2.1 (eat of t,ayou), township 1
north, range 10 Mat, 39 19 acres. Also. th.
f "r 10 (we 1 of B '? contain
ing 20-100 of an aero; and the KB V,f W
Xofsr. 15. both in lnn.h, 11
4 "J lh Htt deaoribed coaUiuini
Said sale will begin at the tim and pltc.
sta'ed, and will oontinu from day to day
until ooiui lotod. AU n. his of r edi tion,
and nammioDS are waived, fate ahanlut.
Tarma oath. rj. n. 1'010N.