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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SAT UliD A Y, MAItCII L0, lsst).
AMCSEMinfTS.
The Distiiii ashed Atr;,
RHEA.
And ber Unrivaled Company.
J. W. MORRLSSEY.. - Manager
Tuesday Night ui Saturday Matinee
..!.... AN UN fetid AL MATCH
Wednesday and Thursday Nights
. TUK COUNTRT GIRL
Friday end Saturday N rhta
PXJMALIUN AND GALATEA
March ".5-26-27 MINK1K MADDERS
'InPriteol All." .
Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Maid St., Memphis.
E. CROSBY -Sole Proprietor
Open Every Day Thii Week it 1 and 7 p.m.
I D A I.KTT K .. .Tae Water Queen
WALLACE Toe New Neptune
Then performers are Teritable Amphibi
ans. A banian fith they are unrivaled.
aH irOWN The m at imuiini, moat me
eical, moat magical Chinaman ever lm
ported trcnitbe Land of Tea.
FIT. WILLIAMS-Th Modem Sameon.
The treat Cannon-Bail Juggler.
JKDKUlA 11 M. 8. CROBMAN The Only
Original Yankee Whittlar.
DF.IiUMO IkaFira Kiag.
IM THE THKaVTORICM
Everything bright and amusing. Come and
bring the f-mily.
J MTlilES.
ISDEtt THB AUSPICES OF
Yoiins Men's Christian Asovlat!oii,
-BY-MR.
JAMES CAR DEN,
AT TIIK
tlKNT BlPTltT 1UI R if,
-ON-
Tb'F.trlMY, March 21-Subjeot...OUR KINO
TU CRSUAY.Mar eh 25 Subject.. ST. PAD L
FRIDAT, March iH-Subjeet TENNYSON
At 8 o'clock p.m.
TICKETS FOR SALE AT
llyrd's iewelry store. 29tl Main street.
K. F. Wills A Co., 317 Main afreet.
Mansford's, 29S Ma n atreet.
Clapp A Taylor'a, 815 Main street.
N. Williams A Co '. 27"S Main street.
AUCTION SALES
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE
Estate late Pat Roper,
ONE HORSE, HARNESS and ROCKAWAY
(Postponed from Tuesday),
Nnlnrdsty, Mnrch SOIh, it 10 o'clock,
At33 Union ar. A. M. STODDARD, Auof .
JOHN LOAOUK, Publ'c Aam r.
JR 1ST EE'S MALE AT AUCTION.
Oar Vim Oet Plnno.
Regardless of value.
To-Day ait 10 local, at SS Union at.
A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer.
A WIND. Trustee.
STRAY Kit.
2WIIITK C0W8-One with rope around
head. 05 reward for th'ir return to R.
B, BAhTON. near Cnrve. Herrandn rna4.
KOiI.tIS AMI HOAKU.
KOuM-Desirable furnished room, with
board, at 72 Madison alre-t.
BOARD- With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STRFET.
' NICE Roomi, fnrniihed or unfurnijhed,
I 2.1 . I 1 .4 lOt U..I1..
TWu large unturni'hed roome, with or
without board, at 69 MadUou atroet, cor
ner loiru
ST. J A MLS HOlibK-Cor. Second ana A4
xirina. Room and board 3 per weeks
FOB RKWTa
C10TTA0B So'rtoFa avenue, 3 room and
i'.ilchen; goodoiatern. 74 Mo.'by street.
7
AND 101) acres near city. Mules, wnaon
J and oorn on plce. Apply 32 Madiann t.
R
OOM
-Nicely furniebed front renin,
lie COURT iT.
STOKES UVA and 14" Poplar St.. lately
occupied by 0. K. Kingwold; good stand
lor rtil (troeery and feed store. .
KELLY i ROPER A REILLY. f2 Main nt.
QTONEWALL HOUSE At Grand Juno
O tion, Toud., fir rem, and furniture lor
aale cheap. Apply to
ii. L. BiTKP. at Grand Junction.
THREE ROOMS-Up-itairs. Apply on
premisos. 34 ALABAMA f.
COTTAGE Of three rooms at the termi
nus of Elmwood itreet car line. Apply
at 36 I nion atreet.
ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
Second street. Heferencea rennireil.
"LTl RNISHED ROOMS-Anply at
P 117 COURT ST.
KOOMS Hnite of two rooms, uofurni'bed,
or one furnished room ; will board par
ties if desired. Location best in the oity.
Family private. Adircs, with reference,
U. C, Appeal omoe.
10TTAGK Thrse roomi, cistern, at 2T7
Georgia street, .r ply next room.
CIOTIAGK-No. 411 Laulcrdale, 7 rooms
in good repair, gnod cistern: 925 per
month. Apply to No. 3i4 Main street.
Q -STORY lr'ci Residence, 8. W. corner
Second and Exohango sts.; in 6rst-clasi
repair; eight rooms. Arplyon premises.
2 ROOMS En suite. Lee Block, third floor
front. Apply at Nr. 4 Mndison st.
F0 SALE.
CTOCK OF GROCERIES and FIXTURES.
D Addrwe A. li. C. Appeal office.
A NICE DRUG STORE-Cheap. Will
invoice between S13J and IK). Ad
dres K W. ML'KELL,
Bntesville, Miss
rnilE "STREET BL(iCK" Covering five
.L three-story brick dwelling-housea, No.
41, 41, 43 and 45, on Poplar street, be
tween Main and Second flreets. Apply to
J. M. BR1NKLEY,
Poom3Cot'oi l.iohaneo Building,
or JAMES I. OOOI'LOE, 38 Madison tt.
C10TTAGE- Six rooms, on Mississippi ave
J cue; red-oar line; good neig :borLood;
lot 40x150 (.at. Apply to
E. E.GEORGE, 326 Front st .
FINE TIMBER-ThirteenmUef from city.
Address .!. Appeal office.
HM OP(Ti wi" Psr hnfe a new, hand-J)-t
joU some, two-story Queen Anne
hou'e, it ro-m., wiia front, aide and back
porches; cistern,' ataclc, wood and coal
alieda, corner lot, Hiixlos feet, nicely graded
and fenced, 20 foot alley in rear, adjoining
State Female Collect. Terma $2000 cash,
balance! per month. Will be completed
about April 1st. Address T. A. LAMB or J.
ji. BARTON, 10 Maii-on street. Office
hours, 2 to 4 p.m.
rE;-IDKNCE Twr-story brick residence
V on Main atroet, with grocery connected
with it, and on a prominent corner; suitable
for general burnetii or drug store. W ill be
aold .it a bargain. App to
MINTKR PARKER or
A.J. MARTIN.
HOUSE AND MULE Good horse and
aiulo, vory cueai . Apply at corner of
Third aud Ali i sfreots, Chelsea.
rVRNITURH-Comi '.eti aetof household
furniture, almoft new. at a bargain to
cah purcharcr; niiM;be sold at once. Apply
X .i. tt .,tU"H.,ZMiiamii.
A PAYING GPRMAN B'URDINO
IIOUSE at HctcaJ. Ark. The reason
for selling, othr int-rcsrs rouuire his atton
tion. For further roWrnoe call or write to
' U. IUU .NER. He ena. Ark.
flNE PAYING HOTEL Bl'SINKSS-Sit-
uated in one ot the liveat towns in the
fcouth. Does a buine? of over llOOo lor
month, liar oan 1 a a.lded lo the business.
if desired. For toms. address
J. 8. M., Box lit.', Meridin-'.'Wi".
A X'LKS Some flrt class mnlea for 'ale.
:U Iuquireof HADUKN AFARRINGTON
bet .re purcha'ing elrewhere.
AT NSWP0RT NEWS, VA.-HxTO lota, MR)
fet water fro t, 4 fret deep. For full
in:ornation a.ldroaa WM. A. DEAN,
47 I exiPKton street, Baltimore, Md.
klk HFAD MULES AND HORSES- for
csh. rr payable September 15, lKSti,
ith good Eecurit?.
f. X. rATTER.ONT 1 CO.
HORSE A safe, reliable tatnily buA-gy
. hte i;r.e well known to thecitiscas
of .Memphiti. Apvly at tbe livery stable of
F. A. JOXESjk CO;
T' UK OLD II EN ISLAND7-In sight of
Mempbis; l'J a-.re, of which about 3U0
cleared and vary ri"h land. A bargain oan
be secured by application to
' B BRYAN A CO.
rj'KNhKSSriK aiATK Cl(klilk'A'libr
I rv oajiv '1 a a.nd ll dor. to tha
f.ata OYSKr.'N UlV.'SVEN'JrU
mm
ROYAL NJ
Si
Absolutely Pure.
Thia powder never Turiea. A marrel oi
parity, strength and whol.omenees. More
economical than the ordinar; kind, and
cannot be fold in eouiietition wi.b the
multitudo oi low left, "hurt weight alum or
phosphate powders. Soli onfy mcaiu. Rimi,
ft-t-:n Pnwn.a On . II W.ll . W.wVr,
l'OK MALE OR KEN T.
1 SKS'IOKSCK Two-Hiirj frame, 301 Pon
J.V tutoo at.! six rooms, liath andaervanta'
room; large 'bady yard and fruit trees.
Terms easy. Call at office of Dr. Lipscomb,
ZM) Second ft. or at hisres'dence.afc; Miaeav.
BiA RMS-Several Una tarma in Arkansaa
and Mississippi on very eaay terma and
low pr pes. Address
H.J. M A KTTN. Memphis, Tonn.
STKiTEl) OK STOLEN.
MULE One dark inoure colored mare
mule, nine or ten years old, left hind
leg broken above the ankle; the left slinul
dor marked from an old sore; rieht fore foot
unshod: was burnt ten is ago for lamp
era. Diaappeared March 11, lSo. Fire dol
lars reward for her return to L. BAILE,
203 Colin. .;,..t, JortPlrterin .Mo
118 Shelby street.
FOR HALE OR EXCUANUE.
FOR MEMPHIS PROPERTY A planta
tion in Tallahatchie county, 2'i mies
from the county seat, and directly on the
line of the contemplated railroad from
V..nn in Mmithi. cnntaitiina 1(100
acres of ' black oane" land. 275 acres of
which are cleared. It is all bottom, and as
ood as land rets to be. Tnere are tenant
houres (doub e), gin-house, itab'es, oto.
Will be sold on fair 'onus, or exchanged 'or
desirablv-locatcd Memphis property. Ad
dr aa J. M. WRIGHT. M.l., Batewill. MIm
PERSONAL.
-a arv I.TTTI.V2 KOV .Intinnf Cantarhnrv.
Jj was taken away from Marsh -II, Tex.,
in December last, by Mrs. Fanny B. Wood
ard. Ho is nearly 7 years old, haa Dalit
hair, blue ejea, four crowns on his held, has
a small lump behind each enr, hns a scar on
left side of his mouth. Mrs. Woodard II
about 22 years old, has auburn hair, dirk
eyes, and is pock marked. A liberal reward
for the rrturn of the child or for information
given to the police at Palestine, Little Kock
or Memphis. MRS. P. F. WELLS.
M
USIC For ball or pnrty muslo call on
A LEA XUU''. 74 Vance siro I.
CISTERNS-Euilt and repaired end war
ranted. Inventor of tho Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone ma. I ua. uuuaua.
MB. T RELEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, .Varine and Commercial Notary
Public, Couimissiot.er of 1'eods and U. S.
Couiminsioner, at the old office, No. H Madi
son stn-et. COLLEOT ItiNH A Sl'KOlALTY.
LOST.
LAN!) PAPERS-ln W Lloyd D. Addi
son lo't in his desk in Mempbis a pack
age of land titles for lands in Wiscopsin,
It will bo roado to tho intcretf ol any pron
who may know of thofo pai ers to n tify
LYLES, IIARRIo ti U.W , Attorneys,
Mamphis, fenn.
KTTER White an.l black setter bitch:
both ear black. Return to V. D. S., 39
Madison ?trrt, and X' reward.
WANTS.
G
OOD COOK-At
2fti UNION ST.
CIOOKWhiu or colored. Apply to
J J. U. QUIGLEV, '. Front st.
GOOD MEN At managers for best Acci
dent Insurance Company in America,
for Western. Middle and Eastern Tennessee.
Address F. J. Mooie,171 Broadway.New York
FIRST-CLASS MILKER Who is willing
to asist with other farm work. Best
reference required. Addresi .
MYERS A WALTER, Lula Station, Mis'.
SITUATION Bya young man aa salesman
or accountant. Book keeper of 5 years
experienoe in general mdse. business, 1 year
whulesilcboot and shoe business. Rof' renoe
given. Address J. S., Appeal oBice.
A SOUTHERN LADY-To nsiociato her
self with arespon ible house and rep
resent it in her own looality. Good salary
toright parly. Position permanent Hofor
onces cxchanel. GAY k BROTHERS, 16
Barclay street, New York.
EXPERIENCED AGENTS And corre
spondents for now business. Positions
permanent. Salary or couiuiUdiou. Write
to-day. Address
N ATI0N A L ECONOMIST. Chicago, 111
WHITE GIRL For general housowjrk
in a iiinll family. Apply at
108 WASHINGTON ST.
V"01'NG MAN From twenty-five to
X thirty-five year." old to take an interest
in and iran:.'e an agency business in Mem
phis and vicinity. Must havo from 82oo to
MJ capital, and bo competent to manage
auvas?ers and take general charpo of bus -rcss.
Salary (iKSlilie lirat year and also a
share in the profit in proportion to capital
invested. Tho business is well established
and is now paying at the rate of JI ') a
year. This is a rare chance for the richt
H.nn. Address
AGENCY, Appeal ollice.
w
1UTE BELL-BOYS Apply at
G AYU-U 110 1 Kb,
3 FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS M EN Ap
ply this morning at Gaston'i Hotel,
room 30, between V and 10 o'clock.
(COLORED Hostler and carnage driver.
I pom lis, Peaiody Hotel. Telephone 700.
OOD, ENERGETIC MEN asi WOMEN.
T $15 to fHO per work selling M. Quad's
book, "Field, Fort and Fleet," or tho Illus
trated Edition of "The Household." 78 col
ored Illustrations DEThOIT FREE PREiS
PliHI.lsHING on.. Ii.troit, Mich.
TO RENT A cotton-shed or building cen
trally located, suitable for stables and
wagon-ya'd. Am 1 at the office of
BROWN A JONES, 282 ,fain at.
HOUSE Five or s'x rooms, within thirty
days; smallfainily.no children. Ad
dress A.. Appeal office
TjU'KRYI50DY-Tn call and see the cclo
Su brattd iypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Pophr.
QTU DENTS To learn telegraphy, atTele
O graph School, cor. Main and Poplar ats.
B
OARDEHS At 140 Madison; nice rooms,
good tare; trm'ient acco:p inocntea.
AGKJNTS In every lection of the country
for two New Books, just ready. Si kciai,
Tkbvs to men of ct e-ienec capable of fill
ing a large territory. Stato experience, age
and territory wanted. OASELL t CO.
(limitod), S22 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born sret. Chiftfo.
SALESMEN Io everv Mate in the ion
to repre..er.t a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
Spkcialtiks th.it.tre popular and easy sell
ing. Can be hanulod alone or in connectii n
with other goods. Address THE B.
PRICEMANrFG. CO.. BALTIMORF. MI.
TNFOBMATlON-NoKl'uN C. W1LLAKD
1 con hear of something to his cdvantage
by co responding with his brother. . , .
NELSON W'ilLARD,
Pjpit1nf2iliy.l.i,i:L:
CIITUATION-Nirs. Ann B. R throe, chal-
0 lenge citpet iuaker of tlie 1 niteu Sutes,
wants a situation. No obiection to leaving
the city. A i.ply a!this office. 1
AN ilONEiT "iOUNii MAN-l'ora per
inaeent po.-it on. wtth an old established
firm, asthoir repre-cntive, in hi, own State,
ealiry to begin. JTO rer wnth. Hctcren-es
exarted. Al M ANUfA'-iURING BOUSE,
U Barclay sfew. N. V.
AGENTS For the best arucle ever pro
duced; costly outfit free; po peddling
and no money required until sales are made
and goods delivered. For particulars and
terma address N. M. Friedman A Co., Mar
tineburg, Mo.
-4 rnn MtN Young "aud old, to bring
1 JJVJ their Old Clothes to Rosenstem A
Bro. and have them renovated. 288 Main
and lb Jelortoo.
REPAIRS TO THE WHARF.
TUE MEMORIAL PREPARF-ll ASD
SEXT TO W ASHIM.TON.
What the Cotten aid XercaanU Ex
(bangeaaail City Authorities
Think Necessary.
The committdes appointed by the
Cotton and Merchants' Kxchacg's',
acting with the city author.tie have
com pleted the work of formulatm a
memorial to CoDgreea on the subject
of wharf improvement at Mempbis,
and the document waa forwarded to
Washington last night. The memorial
la copied in full below.
To tha Senate and House of Representatives
of tha Early-ninth Congress:
Your memorialists, the city of Mem
phis, Tenn., and the Cotton and Mer
chants' Exchangee of laid city, in
their corporate capacities, and repre
senting the entire maritime commerce
of the port ol Memphis, with its allied
interests, respectfully invite attention
to tbe fo'lowing fac's:
That lor some years past the barbor
of Memphis has been threatened with
tbe complete impairment of its useful
ness a, an essential adjunct to the
navigation cf tbe M ississippi river and
the commerce ol tbis port.
That the necessity and public policy
of aveiting this danger have been rec
pgn'ied by Congress in the appiopria
tions already maU for that purpose.
That the wcrk heretofore done has
demonstrated, by the test of experi
ence, that its completion will be a
satislactory to'.ution of the problem,
sud will Rive this port a permanent
wharf, with deep water tdjacent to it.
That tbe portion o( the harbor front
now lacking protection extends from
Jefferson street to Beale street, and
has been graded and paved by the city
at great expense. Near its upper end
and weakest art is the site of the
United States Custom-House, just
rmnnleted. with the west wall ot its
inclosure within 300 feet of the high-
water Hue.
That recent changes of the river
have greatly increased the strain on
this unprotected part, so that it is to
day in greater danger than ever be
fore. That with our wbarf made safe from
destruction, we still depend, for the
continuance of deep water all along it,
upon tbe completion and maint vnance
of tbe work heretofore done at Hont-
field Beud, above and opposite the
city, which work is a part of the sys
tematic improvement of tbe Memphis
reach.
That bv caving and sliding of the
bluff, which has recently occurred, for
a distance of 1000 feet below the ond
of tha city whatf at Beale street, some
of the most valuable manufacturing
sites ol oar city are threatened with
doit ruction.
We have heretofore felt it our duty
to formulate, in accordance with the
above f;is!p, tha following rciolu'ions,
and f.r their early and favorable con
eideta'.ion. and for the granting of our
several petitions your menioralists
will ever pray.
Whereas. The necessity of pratery
ing the harbor of MeuipHs has been
ic maimed bv Congress in the appro-
piirtmns heretofore made and the
woik a'reaay done; nan wnertna, wus
i t u:..i.n.l nn.l;
WOIK remniUH m nn unnuieuru iuuui
tion from lack of snlliciont funds (o
carry it to completion, and for thst
reason the city of Memphis is still
threatened with the destruction of its
harbor front at)d the interruption of
maritime ccuimerce by the ravages of
the Mlasiesipr-i river; nl wherem,
o'oeerva'ion of the work previously
done, as to its permanence, tt ability,
and the beneficial eHetti already ap
parent, leaves no room for reasonable
doubt that it will, if completed as
recommended bv the engineer?, give
permanence and security to the harbor
front 01 me city oi ruempuo, auu
maintain along it an ample depth of
water; therefore be it
Resolved, As the tense of the cor
poration, a nd tbe Cotton and Mer
chants Cficnnnges oi loeciiy oi iueui
nhis. that Congress be respectfully but
most earnestly requested to favorably
consider the recommendations hersU
f ire made by the engineers in charge
for the completion of the revetment
along the harbor lioat ot Mrnipnis,
and in accordance wit;i the otlicial es
timates now before them to appropri
ate $75,000 for that purpose. And be.
it further
Reiotted, That it is of no less impor
tance to the preservation of the har
bor cf Memphis that the work already
inaugurated for the improvement of
Memphis reach be continued at least
to tbe extant ol completing oiidtlior-
onghly repairing tne revetment in
llnpefield Bend, and in accordance
with the estimates furnished by the
engineer in charee. it is earnettly res'
ommended that a sum of 175,000 be
it ade avfci'able for this purpose, fi'hor
in the general appropriation tor tne
river or in such other way aslhe judg
ment of Congress may dictate. And
be it finally-
Jhwlml, Thst the attention of Con
press is "invited ti the threatened de
struct:oa of valuable commercial prop
erlies below the city wharf, and that
they be requested lo consider tne pro
priety of preventing such destruction
by piovidiug for the continuation of
the bank pretention to a point 100(1
feet below the end of the wharf, at a
cost of $25,000. P.eepectfally sub
mitted.
DAVID P. HADDEN,
President Legislative Council,
W. J. CRAWKORD,
President Memphis Cotton Exchange,
Vi. J. CHASE.
President Memphis Mercbnnts' Exchange,
JOHN JOHN-ION.
R. F. PATTERSON.
T. .1. LATHAM,
John s. toof,
Cum in it tee.
AMUSEMENTS.
Tfrinplii Tuenlrr.
1 ait night's audience at the Mem
phis Theater was cultured, n-fjned and
fashionable enough 1 have delighted
Athenians theniFelves, and the mock
(ireekfj who ttoj the boards certainly
had reason snllicientti be highly com
plimented. Mile. K!iea,M the ''Beau
tiful Galatea," more than realized the
h-pes of the audience, who shared
with '"Pygmalion" his adiuirat on
for the etitue of marble, grieved
because the ;;ods refused to allow him
more than one wife, and followed her
with tesrful eyes, even after the brief
love of the sculptor Lad expired into
her niche behind the crimson cur'ainp.
The part, eiceedirigly diflirtnit of
analysis, was confi-tently carried out,
and more; the artist imbued it with
a grace, vividness and cbaim that sim
ple training, devoid of native talent,
couid never have accomplished. The
opportunities for tflective posing of
fered by tbe patt are unsurpassed in
any other dramatic produtt'nn
and not one whs negiecteu or even
slighted, and what could have been
more exquisite than her impassioned
appeal to "Pygmalion" to bestow love
where he bad given life ! It is to be
regretted that words of equal praise
cannot be bestowed upon those to
whom was given the labor t f support
ing the central role. Mini Adelaide
FdzaUen alone waa am to hide
self in the flowing robe of an Athenian
wife. rhe poeeeeses dramatic power
of the first order, a rich and musical
voice, rare elocutionary talent, and a
firm and manner admirably suitsd to
tbe successful interpret rion of tho
more ambitions, and, therefore, moio
dangerous parts. In the opening act,
whera love alone iiguts tier counte
nance and train her f. o'ttpe, acd
in the tragic CnVi of tt
second, when torn with jealous fury,
two scores wh'cbconu not have been
better planned had a test of the versa
tility of the actress been the object.
Miss ritxnien gave tne most signal
proof of ber ability. Mr. Boyd Pat
nam's conception of "Pvgmalian" waa
goid, and there were times when tbo
audience waa unable to resist an ex
pression of approval. It is allowable
to take into consideration tbe fact
that be hts been only six months on
the stage, and that list night's ap
pearance was hie flrjt attempt to por
tray the part of the sculptor, it is not
too much to say that he did it well.
Taking it as it appeared, however, it
wa crude, often weak, and lometimea
deplorably out of tnne. Confidence, acd
the strength which comet with it, waa
lacking. Miss J una wneeler, also
novice, is a very handsome woman,
Imt not relatd to Pygmalion, thorgh
Mvrine waa his sister. Mr. K.G. Wil
son's "Chrysoa" wai very good. Mrs.,
Klla Wren was too pretty lor bis wiie,
and the arrow with which Lucippe
slew the doe should have rUin him.
.4i iWiuuf Match will be given at mat
inee and l'yjmnUon and Vulateti to.
night.
Crosby. Ulnae Mnarnm.
Pi, if W. Nil, klini. tha irr,tleman
who manipnlatt-s the famous domestic
ine!odraiuatic-trcicai-,"nmeiiy-trageciy
of "Punch and Judy," is a veteran in
the box, being a Londoner, and hav
ing for years squeaked f or Punch before
cockney audiences of costers and
peers. He baa worked the show ever
since be was ten years old, and as be
is now a little past me prime ne nas
gotten a rich and varied store of ex
perience in various parts of the world.
Among ;tbe attractions lor tut- near
(ntnrn are tha edtira'td sea lions and
the three-headed soiu-i tress, both being
recent bookings, positively to appear
within the next two weeks. The lady
with three beads is drawing immense
crowds in New Orleans, and will
doubtless prove aa attraction here.
With the end of the week come tke
farewells cf thou who in curio halls
or the bijou tli safer leave for frh
fields acd pasture new. Among
those who will be eeen for the last
time tn'ght are tbe BLcstaos and
v nneua ana utrni, wuu tueir iuk"
ble sketch; Little Tot, the d'ik-eved
albino; Miss Aggie ..I iti, l tie jir
cassif.ii beauty; Fitz Williams, tho
modern Hercules; Demonio, the lira
eater; Maj. and Mrs. Liitlt linger, the
stnallett married oti' In the wcrld ;
(!hir'n A damn t he Landle'S phenom
enon; Boiufnand Walters and little
St. Vrain. This corpa ol artists bai
been well patroaixed, and the alt end
arcs during tbe week has been an un
usually large one, with an unusual
proportion of ladies and children, a
fact due to the beautiful weather
w hich has prevailod.
rUSHIXd FORWARD.
's" lie Y,.llD Men'. Clirlntlan Aaoocl
ntloa Lllafily lo Have a
Balldliia.
An important meetlrg, designed to
push forword the . interests of the
Young Mon's Christian Afsosiation,
was held in the dire, tirs' room of the
Union and Planters Bink yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Napoleon Hill pre
sided, and aming the gentlemen pres
ent and participating were: J. W.
Dillard, 8. P. R'ad, 1. N. Snowden,
R. Q. Craig, L. H. Kates, S. W. Hamp
ton, S. C. Toof, T. Ii. Rice, George S.
Fox and Carrington Mason, jr. Ti e
four first-named gentlemen, includ
ing Mr. Hill, Wether with Maj.
M. Burke, constitute a committee
of the business men cf Memphis
who were appointed, during the recent
stay of Mr. Sayford in our city, to de
visii measures for placing our Young
Men's Christian Association on a I olid
and prospeioua foundation. The
other gentlemen present were all
directors of tbeaaHocntion. Mr. T. A.
Ilardmg of Washington City, repre
senting the International Committee
Of the" Young Jilen'ir Christian Asso
ciation, was alTopteeont by InviUiion.
and lurniebe4 many iutereuting and
valuable Htgfietics and suggestions re
lating tJ trjte work in hand. After an
bout's discussion, on mction Mr.
Ilamplon a BuilJiog Comtuinno wus
appointed, cctifieting of Messrs.
Naioleon Hill, J. W. Dillard, R. (i.
CraigM. Bnrke andL. H. Kttis, who
were authorize to select a suitable
huiiding or building site for
for the association, aud to
report at a c-.l'ed n.-ating to be
held at an e,T 1 day. Tho gentlemen
who have the matter in hand are
heartily in earnest and their Dnuii s
are a pledge that it will prove an emi
nent succes". lielyiug on the well
known liberiiity of the Memphis bus
met f men, no doubt is felt but that
ample means will be forthcoming for
this whole object whenever its claims
are laid before the ill. Memphis keeps
abreast of her sinter cities iu businots
enterprise. She will cot lag behind in
the work of protecting and watching
over the well ire of her voting men,
A JiriiKKlsit'si Slory.
Mr. Isaae.. C. Chapman, drngist,
Kewburg, '.1, wires us: "I have
for the rust tpi years sold several
grots of Dr. William Hall's Balta-a for
the Lungs. I can ay of it what I
cannot say of ativ otnr medicine, I
have never heard a custimer speak of
it bat to praise its virtr.es in the high-e-t
manner. I have recommended it
in a great rr.any c:ses oi whopping
cough, with tbe happiest effects. I
have used it in iny own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in tho medicine closet ready for
use."
EqntlMble in l.licht Company of
Meiupble, Tenn,
The hooks for subscription to the
s'ock of this company will be opened
Monday morning at 8 e'clock and re
main open until all the stock ia tub
eerihed for. Books at the office of K
Katzenberger'sS'ipp, 17 sfeuiiann fit reef.
T. H.MILBURfe, President.
I. Katknii"Ik. Secretary.
f,EMO. ELIXIR.
A tiard Front CuthboWl, Use.
This is to certify that I used Dr. Mozley's
Lemon Elixir ,or neuralgia of tha head and
eyes with- the most marlfed benefit to my
general health. I would' gladly have paid
Vou for tbe relief it haj given me at a cost ol
J2or'.. j .-li. AsBEALL.
, Clerk Sup. Cutirt, Randolph Co.
' lmo ii Hot
Drop
Cures all Cougbs. Colds, Hoarsenes. Sore
Throat,, Bronchltia, Pneumonia and all
Throat and Luna Wreasea, except Consump
tion, which dio ' it palliates and greatly
relieve. Price -Tcentt,
Lemon E ixiraud Lemon Hot Drop! io'd
by all leading druggists. Prepared by 11.
Moilvy, M.D., AiUnta, Ga.
FIVE W1LKHG SUMS
EVADlMi THE F01R-M1LE LAW
IS LAKE (OI NTV.
How the (iood People or Tlpton
Tllle Manage to Smile at
Their Leisure.
Five perambu'ating grogshops wero
corraletl in Lake county Thursday and
turned over to United States Marshal
Freeman yesterday by his depn'y,
Robeit N. Irvine. The four-mile law
thraiisbei in all its pr.'titine gltry at
Tipton ville, in the count v named, and
the amount of "smiling' done there
has been extraordinarily large. Tbe
marshal received complaints from the
temporaries people of Lake that there
wai more diuakenneas, more hood
lumism and more rottianism tban
when saloons were permitted; that
there were no places where I'quor was
old, and yet barrels of it were con
sumed every month. Tit's peculiar
statement led to an investigation. It
was discovered that whisky was
shipped from Memphis in bottles, jugi
and keg, and in considerable quan
tity, to Lake county, but the mystery
was bow it found its fiery way let j
the throats of the people. The inves
tigation was pursued, however, and
finally resulted in the discovery that
there were saloons in Lake county,
about seven in all, and that they were
nnlicensed, and moved about from
place to place. No rent was paid, no
shelter being necessary. There was
no bar, and yet plenty r,f bottles. Tbe
proprietors of these gin-mills carried
their saloons abont with them. Their
coatawere provided with multitudinous
pockets, sewed in the lining, each
pocket containing a tUsk. If a Tip
tonvillian happened to be dry it waa
only necessary for him to walk along
until he met the most corpulent ap
pearing man he ever saw, wink his
eft eye twice and walk behind the
nearest house. In a twinkling a llisk
and a tin cup would be produced, two
or three lingers swallowed, dime
handed over, and tbe saloon moved
on in search of other dry men.
When the officers made their drive
they bai to be in a hurry abont it,
and even then one of the saloons es
caped by jumping into a lake. Five
others were captured. Their names
are John Campbell, Nick Brady, M.
Lloyd, Andy Moaring and John Bell.
They are charged with violating the
internal revenue law.
.THE BANK QUESTION.
HOW TIIEHWIiNOF N AMI V 1 1. IK
KIOKI II AT IT,
The BUI They Hnd lo tbe t'ana.
rll ofTbitt t'lly In Do
rauibxr.
The action ot the City Council in
dociding to place the public funds in
the tank which wou'd agree to pay
the large st interest, giving a snllicieut
bond for eafe keeping, has called
forth a great deal ot discussion, and
was a leading topic en 'Change yester
day. The measure has its friends and
its opponents, and tbe reasons given
on either tide ere alniCHt equally
strong. On the one hand it is urged
that it is dangerous to say thnt the de
posit will be placed in the bank oiler
lug the greatest rate of interest, be
cause toe bait would be a tempting
me to a failing institution, andfiir
ther that a bond, however good it may
appear to-day, may be worthless to
morrow, or it may be declared void on
a legal technicality. On the other
hand, it is urged that the banks, no
matter how large their stocks, have all
their money out at certain periods of
the year, and while perfectly
good, could not stand tbe
rnn of an hour; that it is to tbe bond
at last that the city should look, and
that It could be drawn so that it could
not be broken. With these facts it
would be safe, they say, to risk mak
ing a couple of thousands, the run
nirg deposit being about $('15,000. It
migbt be of interest in this crisis to
know what the Nashville banks)
thought of tbe matter and how they
bid when the same question was re
cently before the Council of that city.
The Fourth National Bank, follow
ing the precedent of the basis of
award two tears ago, mctli) ai offer
for running deposits and leans, pro
posing to pay the city 4 05-100 per
cent, interost on monthly balances,
nd to lend tho city money at ft per
cent. Preeident Keith, in addition,
said: "If ether plans, differing from
the above, not mc roly in rates, hut in
methods and conditions, are enter
tained, then we respectfully auk that
we be permitted to compete on (he
basis cf such p'ans."
The First National Bank made a
broader sweep. It made a propositi m
based on the same plan on which the
award t) them win made two years
ago, and in line with the kt'.er of the
recorder, saying:
1. We will pay 4) per cent, per
annum inlerett on daily balance, and
will charge 4 per cent, interest upon
all amounts needed by the city for its
ordinary expenses.
A comparison of the propositions of
the two banks on this basis showed
plainly that tbe offer of the Fourth
National Bank wan better for the city.
The First National made, in the
fame bid ol December 10th, these two
other propositions, which bai cot been
embodied in the award of two years
ago:
2 We will pay 55 per cout. interest
rer annum upon all moneys remain
ing in the bank arising from the sale
of tho wa'er-worts and bridge bonds.
After such fund is exhausted, for the
regular acconDt we will pay no inter
eft, and make no charge for moneys
advanced the city for ordinary ex
penses. 3. In view of the fact that the funds
arising from the sale of the bridge ani
water-works bonds may remain, in
part at least, in tha treasury of the city
till July, 18S0, we will pv in lieu of
all other propositions fiiO'O for the
whole deposit of the city for the next
to years.
The Fourth National Bank, after the
propositions were in the bands of the
committee, learning that the First Na
tional had made two oilers which the
former had not touched, framed prop
ositions on tbe same basis. 1'treae
new propositions were:
2. We will par Ii per cent, per an
num upon all moneys remaining in
the bank atising Horn the Bale of
water-works and t ridge boidc After
such fund is exhausted, for the r;gd
ltir account wo will pay no interest,
and make no charge fur money ad
vanced the city for oidiuary expenses.
3. In view of the fact that the
fnnds arir.ing from the rale r.f tha
bridge and water-works bonds msiv
remain in the treasury cf the city ti-l
July, 1HS0, we will pay, in lieu of all
other propositions, the sum of J7f 00
for the whole deposit ol the city din
ing the next two years.
AN ORDER
Ink
sA3vrrXjX2x3 oi :BVA.iJOTr smnTiNo.
With t elf-Meaaorinc Cards, aent by mall oa application. You can-Wya rw set of Shir's
made byaendicg us an old one to msa.ii re by. WltlTU FOR O-fefl f lliey'KS.
MEMPHIS STEAM SHIRT FACTORY,
r. 'APtletl.l. rroprie-l
Jlla-aaa KOXiaR, sors. J
Memphis Steam laundry,
224 SECOND STREET. .
Wa hav tha Latest Imi roved Troy Laundry Conpaay'i Machinery.
C 'OL1V4K9, t'l FFN nntl Nil I UTS l.aundrltMl to Kc-w.
CALLS AND DELIVERIES FREE. WORK CAS BE SEN1 BYMAIL0R EXPRESS.
L.AC13 CITltTAIXS X Sl'ECJAIric'.
AN ABLE LECH HE
UEl.lt I Hi n l.taTMUHT 11 V 1 1I K
Ht.V DOIft NKHMl Ml
llrfur ill 4)nlll f lb Aweiilu mi
"I tieaaiarlona hrlallniilly
A Nsklloua."
The llev. l'avis SesMtiiiis htsit night
delivered the second of the aeries of
lectures now Wing given under the
tttiHpit-esi of thetiiiihl of the Ascension,
ami the basu-nient of Calvary Church
was eoinforulily tilled by nil intelligent
ami critical inu'llcnco, who followed the
the lecturer with uiilhiggiiig attention
throughout his admirable discourse.
Mr. SeMKums, though a very young
man, isi an entertaining lecturer, and
can invest even a drv subject with in
terest. His lecture last night proved
him to be an original thinker,
a close rcasoticr and a fluent
pulpit orator who rarely hesitate", for
a word, anil w ho draws liberally from
a well stored mind for the pertinent
illtiHtrationslliat adorn his arguments.
His subject last night Was -l'ncoii-Hciousi
Christianity Among Nations."
The follow ing is a'lirief outline of (In
line of argument followed by the
lecturer: There nie two ways t study
and believe Christianity: objective
and subjective a system approved
and enforced by Authority ami exter
nal historical evidence, or a system to
he accepted us fulfilling the niilnnil
religious cravings and satisfying
the needs of num. The second, the
subjective, though most demanded in.
ouruge, in ho way leads to a natural
istic explanation id' Christianity; but
by showing this to he perfectly
adapted to iiuui'm wauls, proves these
to be divinely implim ed, mid it to be
a satisfactory revelation of id in
history. The religious idea which is
natural to man, the faith in immor
tality, tho naming of ( iod as spirit
these are so universally pru
dent in man's religious con
sciousness that neither they nor I he
truths! to which they point can't he
questioned, The nntunil desire in
man toward tied reaches up into
much more complex forms, and ap
proaches much nearer to the most ex
alted doctrines w hich Christ claims to
give. The lecturer then called atten
tion to the necessity of caution in the
use of the terms natural mid super
natural, and dwelt upon the growth
of polytheistic and mythological
systems'. Man having the true
conception of iod still seeks him
through all forms of polytheism, dual
ism, pantheism, Judaism, Islainism,
deism, groping after the (.iod of
Christianity, of the incarnation. The
nations have deilled nature, raised
men to the altitude of gods, and
brought gods down to the level of
men, preserved sacred hooks as in
spired, as containing the divine, voice,
and thus, because of their hide
struetilile instinct, belief, whatever
it be, that the living Hod will come to
tlieni, guide them, speak to them, yet
they failed till Clirisit supplied tho
truth, The nations have held their
wandering from the golden nge as
their separation from (iod, their loss
of Him, anil have raised t licit- altars
to Him, striving to return. Through
nil prnitcii' ial forms, mainly sacrifice,
they have sought atonement, yel
they have failed, an-1 Christ supplies
it. In illustration the lecturer quoted
from Aristotle, the Itig-Vevas, the
Htiddhisl books, tragedies of liuli
iieiles, Assyrian IV internal Psalm, elc.
The nations dining the lirsf two cen
turies prepared for Christianity,
as allj history had been guided up
In I he fulness of lime, ami
even peoples and indiv iduals not. at
that time Christians were influenced
bv it, and were its unconscious allies.
This was es iallv true of Plutarch.
The nations had their idols of perfec
tion, their worship ol heroes, more or
less refined, till Plato prophesied t he
man of koi rows. Man was allowed to
work out his way through the cen
turies. The fulfillment up through the
Hebrew to the Christian faith was
given him ill the great atonement
done by him who died oil Calvary.
. - . -
l.onlat lllai Oinenl.
PHBPAIIIt FOB FLOOD.
Foundations, collar walls and btiild
ngs subject to overflow should be con
strnctotl with LouisvilleCement. It is
the ntandard.
Nrolt'a liiniilxlnn or fine
Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophoiphites,
in Pulmonary Affei tions and (Scrofu
lous Diseases. Dr. Ira M. Lang. New
York, mvs: "I have prescribed Scott's
Kmitl-iou and used it in my family
aud am greatly pleased with it. Have
found it very lerviceable in Scrofulous
ciseases and Pulmonary aH'totions."
Mygas, Fi.a.. fepteuiber Jo, KM.
Ft.ku's" Rao".
It affords me pleasure to assure you that
after using Dr. C. M. l.ane's Celebrated Liyer
I'illa tor more than twenty ears in my fam
ily, tl at I regard Ihi m as being auperior to
any I liava ever use 1 or have seen used. I
have not had tli-en constantly, and had to
try others, and 1 have triad a good variety,
but 1 have never ha rt any toa.-t s promptly,
prolitJibly, and mciy as M-bne s. I have
used 'hem on myself, wile and children,
with tbe most grat-l) ing results. For chil
dren, having used them on my own with such
easy and happy effect, I would recommend
them to one and all. These pills do the
work do it promptly, do it well, and leave
noil! effects behind. A a bile remover, aa
a liver corrector, at a forerunner prewiring
the aystnm tor nuinine, t .-ere is no pill or
medicine eiuul to I'r- C, Mi-Lane's Cele
brated Liver Fills. 1 expect to use them ua
nn aa I live, it they continue aa good aa
thiy haye been in tbe past. "("j'r"')''
Pastor of M. E. Clmr-h! Mouth Myers Si i
tion, Tampa I'l'lrict, Florid i. t'ontcrctro.
Voi ft a (si' r sta r l r: Send us .;,
and we will send you oy return m ill a
box of the genuine Dr. (!. Mcl.ane'a Cele
brated L ver I'll U and eight handsome e ird-.
Over fifty million boxes have been used liy
the people of the II. S. What better certili
eate eould they have? ... ,
FLEMING liKOS., Pittsburgh. Pa.
Don't buy any McLnue'a I'illa unless they
are made by Fi.Mtau Bans., Pittshurah, I'a.
The counterfeit are made in bt. Louis. Mo.
BY MAIL FOR
221 SECOND ST.
V
lATURE'SlsEHEDY
DISEASE CURED WITHOUT KEOICMC.
f OentUmen'i U Eloctrlo
BELT. Sf j Suijmniory.
Tothn.lok nd .MdlitntM who mnnot And nT
linfin th ltt wht In aiswitlliiwllia niuiOH Jrnir
w wtfth lu tmin tha IWt thttt l hen lt fur br
Ur nntl ill!). ro.im.ly, KI.K 'TIlM'lTY ho4
which .lo..!.., work Hll.KS tl.il.ut rMiHH.i Th
iiitOfwtMit fchow tli iNttwt lnvfHit.ua In mn KIotri
BH, hiiiI vswi hnruvnui(int on nythinjr In th
wttyof fttxtlt now nitviV It In In (nH Uwt orowa
tun triumph In Um wonilrftil KltM-lrlo Hctnr,
Kutin tw htnlt U ciiHrkT)il, tho curmnt In tn-Unllo
leltlijtmrwr, Thin Klsctrlo lilt UhimUimI Iu ft
now ftinl Hi'iMittltto niftitntsr, liifiiHlna ihm m-rim
current into t hn hI iisfti ouliimn.whu'h 1m thoofntot1
of ftll thonnrvtMut tlioauttro nywlfm, and with om
polnou Um fttxtinuvn or othor wHik iMii of boiiv.
iid tho othor in tho tmck, aoNMinn tho Kloetricit
throuah tho hotly, itarniOMttna ovonr nonro, tixanaw
nil muMulo In It, hitrivimlnii tho ftritoltiiitt
HiyrMtion. urtf) Inti tin hlotxl, oiniiltBinji tho rlf
oulntion.lti fct, mTnTiiiorulina thooutlroirtoi
toahottlthy, no nun I ontl ttlon phywicollv. inutl
Ir, Aa It will iHHftlroIr euro utrmu 1olilUty.
roinnln tho hiM'ii, Uifm or llinbn, l.umtMMto, Hhou
mutiMin, Noiiriiliiiii.Ht'littlisii.Kidnoir.l.lvor or Hint)
tUrOunplHtul, PyHiwiMiift, Hoiuol nHkn, lMIa
Jo. Klm'trlii Hninii"iirr for oinn froo wtth ovorjr
lMt. VrlroonlliiHr Itflt, $U); I tout. I Powor. $ l&
V holofHintly mn wiiir Minio Imlt. Thojr ort Iull
Wnrruntewt. nolo Ow Into curao
D. t (ortrv St. Louis, Mo.,ayt
1 Miffon) ik ntinthor of tswirn with trtlolrftri.lo
U, OfninrHl Uvhilllv. tv.. ttuA could hMHIritroa
mr4lf tilunir- i ii.tr Holt rurtwl mo. I fM ) yotu
inuntror. I ikhI"1 tour Hll tin 1 ho unntt ur
lirnotfout In tho woil.l.' H. J. JklHTrK,T4i Flnoat.
Narvoua Debility Ourod.
"For voom hniro twmn troiiltlMl with Norrmw l)a
hllfty, l'oittM In Hm-k, Miilitr.o, i I bouuht OH
vf ewvt.ru i tiiiinihr hito, onti urn now
l milt mi mi ruiiti oikI linult Uy iva HVMr.Huil choorfullf
rouoiiinti'iKl jniir iiiii'Uni-"s "
JAMKH HI AMil'HV.Hln Mortutn Ht,, Rt, Loult
N. T. Plummer, KlHtn.lH.snyst
"Your Holt notnnlr ro-turotl hilth ioniTht
noy. hut uifittlj ht'iiHllttMl my hiiHh ipsiifuitll),"
II. T, ru SlMKU. tWrlHiRi MttuultMituiWe
J. r. trong. Briichton. Ill, aaytt
"Mono woultl not buy niy Holt'
J. W, JofTry, Onnhltr N. i utllnftton Co
240 6. Wnter trout. Chlciiiio ayo
"I wno tlfllsihtfully ptt i-rl nhI with Lho iwrforwr
nnonf tho Unit. Aftor four wohIin 1 wit ontirotj
rolinvHtl iifHtsMtvorfi ntlttrk f I'ontonit !, ouil
trllmtn tliH iinilKt riirt to th Unit."
It xhoulil tm i-riniMtiitHtroil thnt iIm ruroM our
wtinilttrriil Hlt ii fnrin in oflr ovorytjiluti ol
him fni ItMl. l)rrwliliiiiiitf r4fnrf imw furniRliotl oo
niitli'iil ion, r.iuii'lilH tiy uiHllfk' ttt pmf lmwIiimo,
Au.ltll,AN(iI.UNlMM)..aiN.b-t.H.lJotilti
W
OMAN!
iir.n iikst rniKMnt
P DR. J. BRADFIhLD iJ T)
It
liniALE ItEGULATO
This fnmons remedy most happily uioeti
thedtinand of the age for woman a peculiar
and multiform afflictions. It ia a remedy
for WOMAN ONLY, and for one RrKulaL
CLASS of her diseases. It Is a apeoiflo for
certain diseased oonditioni of the womb,
and proposes to so eontrol tha Menstrual
Function aa to regulate all tha derange
ments and irregularities of Woman's
MONTHLY NU'UN MM.
Its proprietors claim for It no other medical
property; and to doubt tha fanl that thia
medicine does positively possess such eon
trolling and regulating powere la simply
to discredit tha voluntary lestiaiony of thou
sands, at living witneaeri who are to-day
exulting In tha restoration to sound health
and happiness.
URADt'IELD'a)
Female Regulator
It strictly a vegetable compound, and if tha
product of medical soienee and practical ex
perience directed toward the benefit of
MI'trKKlNU nimaal
It Is the studied prescription of a learned
physician, whose epeolalty waa WOMAN,
and whose fame became enviabla and bound
leas because ol his wonderful success in tha
trratineut and cure of female complaints.
Til K KKIlliLATOR la the (JRANUKHT
KK.MEHi' known, and richly detervea iti
name
Woman's I Jest Fuiknii
Bsc. use'. It controls a class of functions tha
various ilorangeiiienta ot which cause more
ill hea'th than all other causes oomblned.
and thus Vrescues hnr from a long train of
atlliiHions which sorely embitter her life and
preinaturelrend her exts-tance. Ob. what a
multitude of living witnesses oan tastily to
I'achuriiiin' Meets! Won, take to your
confidence lhia
1'lll.t I4MH HOtlN or 11 K ALT lit
It will relieve you of nearly all the eora-plain-s
peculiar to your sex. llely upon It
as your aaleguurd for health, happiness and
Ions life.
Kold by all druggists. Rend for onr treat
isont the Health and Happiness ol Woman,
uiaii-'il free, which gives nil particulars.
ill IS BUAl)FIKul REllllLATORCO ,
Vox , Atlanta, Oa.
warwii.ny rMDBetMl
rowrliwlli.tis.l rm.ity
,h,n loiiabjtljaoirhijaa
ami i :i-.i.
w h.v. told cfleikteft
al-l-. tmlla vy cat Sa
t,..guu Miiuauloa.
gle.ll aa Uak.
Hialaas.lt T.
SU hyOraUar
Me.n. young or oel.
tied tbe Kleetrie
shield and Husieoso
ry cure every stagn of
vV'eaki.esa of tli Kid
re a, Kcxuai riysteiii.
Varicoce a and lost or
rf v'i i ' 'i t?i 1 not a represented.
I'ri.-eW'saiid upward.
I'alul-hlcl tree. All
onlcra must he sent to Aiiisth-mis JI ss
so i . 1.1H nroannay, rw k, t,
all i ur Western ollioat sliacsinilaiisrsl.
TYIsERDESK flO'T i.u'8
... -... te- Nt-w ',1 p. 1 1 1 nil rti l d (.-iilaloi; Isstl
.is ? '.i JMt-.' "f.'-i. Miil ever phnlwl, miwlsHilt,
.'.ij'lra- rl'n-i'nuover.SII Niw,(lriMI-
;.' fiv mil Hi, IhmI Oltirt. A l.ilrnry
a"- " '-AV Deaka, Tablei. Chairs,
a SaSif V"-?K3as? BookCaaea, tonngea,
Nv.-r - 1 Tetter Peeaaea ftahinBta
Ladies'Fancy Desks, 40
l'int (Iood. and Uisist
frlcw OunrHntm.1. (stlAloic
f rne. t'oNtag. ic. ?No efcmis.
Irustce's Vale.
PliUSliANT to a trust deid executed to
me as trustee, by J. It. Fiippin and M.
A. Fiippin, of date August in, ISM and re
corded in the Register's orli.-e of .wholby
county. Tennessee, in bock No. 1'), page
."All, 1 will, on
eniiirslny, April 10, Issd,
during legal hours, sell, in front of the
court bouse door of su d county, at public
outcry, f- r cash, the propeny thereby con
veyed, via.; Lot No. two yi) in tie division
of tbe pr iperty sold to F. Layigne in tne
,'a-e of tha Tennessee Marine tnd Firo Io
surame Coiiipany rs, (.'has. I'mter et al.
Ch.ncery Court of She by l ounty, T.-nnea-sen.
sal lot Iroiiting -0 Icct7 inchos on wee
liae of Miclhy street by a dopih westwarolj
of 110 feet, n ference b-ing ber mada tori
Hioio particular description to ileoreo vest
ieg titlo in V. Lavigne. recorded iu sun
Kesister's ollice, book II ', Pag:, rilt). etc.
Kedemption, dower and houiesl ai waived.
Title beliertl good. ...
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i a fcraaj vaiaicai we.
I Olnelnnatl.af'a
I VVohla, JA

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