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MEMTIIIS DAILY APPEAL WEDX ESP AY, MARCH M, 1880,
-M- srBBflCS THIiTII.
MA j0 Baoon .... . ...
HveNit-hUaril b.iurdav Matine-iWtB
ailaa; MnBy. Harels lh.
ad a Powerful Leritimata Company.
Ja.tday LOVK ANB LAW.
Tharsday and Ft dsy ...THE PHfENlX.
Mr-Setta lit Ma ford's.-fcw
Fair alee; later.
THE underlie ned nnooncM that he
candidate Tor Rea-ister. aad asks tba
f apport ai the voters of Shelby county. 11
elected, will endeavor to i-ive sstlsfotion in
tha discharge of the duties of tba office, and
alsoe bit claims suM.ot to tha aotioa of tha
anw -w'Vho"t bckenshaw.
Memphis, March 28, 1886.
SA. DOUGLAS, ef Kerrrille. Tana., h i a
. eandidataforBFOIsTbR iuMottotha
action or tha ,,,'mi-r-
with ropa around
B. BAKTON. near Quire. Herramlo roal.
2i head. 16 reward for tb'ir return to K.
CISTERNS Bui't and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick,
laver. Telephone S8. TU08. C11BB1NS. .
MB. TREZEVANT. attorney at
. LAW. .Viarine and Itommeroial Notary
Public, Commissioner ot ueeas ana
Commissioner, at ha old offioa. No S Madi.
a street. 00LLKt'TION8 A hPKOIALl Y,
FOK SALK OH KEST.
QTOKE HOUSE, ETC. At Shelby Station
ll Miss., itera nonte. saioou, .myira
hotkl naaoT ruaiimiiiiD rurtherBar.
tioular. apply t. J.
NEW COTVAQE-8even or eurht rooms
and necessary out-houses. lar yard,
on McKinney street, near red meet oar
lin, I"'"'i:V.LONa,g73Fcond street.
RARE OPPORTCNITY-Seoond Hoot ele
gant re.idonee. eentral II located, nx
rooms, ineludini hath an t all modern onn-
..nionnu. RenW $30. . Address, witn rei-
irenoej M., Appeal omco
COTTAGES Several nat cottares.
Apply to A. CuRDES. 17 Talhot it.
TWO eleaant front rooms, fm
unfurnished. Apply at. 89 Ad
iiittiuK-( thrao roema at tna lerml
J nuj of Elinweod street oar line. Apply
at 36 Union street.
XV Second street,
OOMS Furnished or unfurnished, at 118
n ei erencos rcqmreu.
T ru iua Suit nf laAVflAinH. unfurnished
XVor one furnished room: will board par
ties if desired. Location best in the city
family privata. Address, with reference,
"IOTTAUE Three rooms, cistern, at l
J tlooraia street. Arpl.y next room.
OTIAttK-No. 414 Lau mrdale, 7 rooms
J. Troyal &t J Nj
RIVAL CAS COMMES.
0E UF.SIRES EIGHT, THE OTHER
SIX PB CEXT.
Two Propositions to Be Submitted at
a MeetlBjj of the Council
Fki nnwHar nerar Tories. A marvel oi
purity, strength and whol'.Komeness. More
economical than tha ordinar; kinds, and
cannot be sold in oonipeiiuuu w:.u u
multitude of low test, short neiieht eluir- or
phosphate powders. Sold oa'y cin. Rn-i L
Constable' Sain I will ell at 1 oVlock
p.m. sharp TO-UAI vweonefaiy;, marcu
31st, on the premises, t the northeast cor
ner of Pesoto and Beale streets, all the
stock .f Liquors, l"iars, Counters, fchelr
in. Furniture and t iituros in the saloon
of Bonder (laffeney. Lea a on the prem
isesisalsaoffor forsa. g c
A. M. Stndilnrd, Agi-ltoncr.
FOR HALE OR RENT.
RESIDENCE Two-story frame, .W Pon-(
totoc st.( six roams, bath and servant
roomt large shady yard and fruit trees.
Terms easy. Call at onjoe of Dr. Lipsoomb,
2NI Second st. .or st hlr'denee,afi2 Mips av.
ROOMS AS BOARD-
TTiURNISHED ROOMS-WjtU or without
X' board, at fl Moi ro street.
furnished room, with
board, at 72 Madison stra t.
BOARD-With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STREET,
K NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
U with or witnout boarq, at i.n maanun st.
mWO lane unfurnished rooms, with or
X without board, at 6a Madison street, cor
ti t s vru nniTR1f...rnr. Rncnnd and Ad'
O amssts. Room and board tS par week;
in ood repair, ood oistern ; a
mon th- Apply to No. 394 Main street.
2" ROOMa En suite. Leo Block, third floor
front. Apply at No. 4 Martimn st.
HORSE A combined saddle and harness
h' rse, sale for a lady to ride or dnre. ut
fonkBtable. 413 Second stret. .
NICE Bay Window, 6 sash-blinds within,
and nioe front porch, and lot ot other
windows. Inquire at Cynthia street.
A L A B ASIA SPLINT COAL In any quan-
P. A. PATTERSON CO.. Agents.
SHELBY COUNTY BONDS.
XTOTTPK is hrebr a'ven to the Holders ot
X J.OIIOthelby County Bonds, maturing
A ...n iuu. in nTAtfATit ton RkmBiur UBVineui,
at the Manhattan Savings Bank and Trutt
Company, in W'mll?1,;,trJSxK
Jl 1 al ty ll f kiwi' a
8. H. DUNKOOMB,
D. C. SLAUGHTER,
Board of Fundina; Commisioneri of Shelby
county, xeoness a.
Mem pt. is. Tenn . March 31. i861
EUQ3 rou TIATCHISfl From pure breed
Partridxe Coeain, Brown Leghorn, Black
a...n;.h unJ Plvmouth Hock stock- Address
URKKNWOOD POULTRY YARDS, Ulty.
OA ACRES gaol land at Nationa' Ceme
QU tery. Inquire at 32 Madnun street.
a'm-ti '-i u'ill knv Ado acres of aood
!iOUU land. eishtmi!es southeast of
Brownsville, Tenn., under good lence, nas
several tenant hcuies, fine springs of waters
is well adapted to stock furm, and will be
or A.J. MARTIN, 289 Main t.
Office Publia Administrator Shelbv county.
Uourt uousa aaempuir, hjuuw, v
rpjju uudcrHm-d having been appointed
X and quaiiDea aamininiriYr ul
tate ot VI. x. rryor, ueoeifeu, uuim ,,
hereby given to an persons inueuieu w m
estate to come lorward and settle: and to
thoss to whom said estate is indebted to tile
their claims with me, duly probated, witnin
the time prescribed DV law. ?'"? wl"
be forever barred. JO IN LO A QUb.
When tbe Appeal man paid his
rtgnlar visit to city headquarters at
the Court-Hooae yeeterday he wat
aolemnlT assnred that none ot the
gas-pipeebad buret. Yet the air was
fait ly impregnated with it. a it has
been for a week or more. In reality,
there has been a stiady leak, and yes
terday tLete was a regular explosion.
Keports, like sections of an old boiler,
flewlneveiy direction and dropped
everywhere. Among other things, it
was declared tba'. the old Rs com
pany had thrown np the sponge;
that it bad jold out to the cily, or
that it hail nreDared to nut its prop
erty directly under the control cl t!ie
city; tnat ine r-quimuiB wuuipauy
bad a special charter; that it would
buyout the old company, mat 11
ann d (ID DO SUCQ ID1DZ: Ulttl It wuuiu
o, tii nlw nhttia riBhta of war, and.
lastly, that it wou:a duiiq worits ior
the lity free of charge rather than
be outdone; iuo viuiriia
f4aa rinmnanv believed tbe Kqaitable
to be to ning more than a club in the
hands of the old coxpany, ana was
ettina on i s oais until ine proper
time, and that it was retuy t put up
when ine ngni moniBDi arrivuu. in;
little investigation was rcqaired, how
ever, to discover that the old gas com
pany bad maue a proposition iu me
city, ot wtose terms no:n xoe oiurr
companies were tuny aavu.i-u, i-u
that the Equitable Company bad also
made a proposition. From this start
ing point every. mng was piain biuiuk.
WhanthaArriAL man reached the
Court-House yesterday the Equitably
delegation were in tbe act oi dow ng
themselves out of President Hadden'a
private office. "Six per cent, is
enough for us; we don't want 8,'
which fell npori tbe reporter i ear
thiongh the half open door, was
the key to the whole situation.
With it the repository ti secrni
was unclosed. rreBiueni
den gracefully submiuea.
will have a called meetiDgoi me coun
cil Thursday afternojD,'T he said, "to
discuss the whole matter. You are cor
rect in your surmise that the eld com
pany wants us to secure wviu o per
cent., the n9W company only 6 per
"In what shape does tnepropPBiima
of the old com;?"
"In tbo shape of fifteen pages of
type-writer. They offer that if the
city will guarantee them per cent
on their investment of $750,00?, and
will not grent righ'.aof way to any
ether company ior tbe sixty year
their charter rune, the city may have
all over 8 per cent, the company can
make. The'.rbnoks are lo be opinio
inane ntinn nt s i timer, an 1 they are
IntiiiTHrBntaatotheDricecf gas. AH
they want is a guarant 36 of 8 per cent
"Will they htve power to water the
stick or issue more bouds ?"
Kv All that is provided aKalnst.
Thus bom'9 not to increase stock, to
. ' , 1 1 ;i 1 4 . .1
huv mines or duhu murosus-uuu
nnthirio-. In fact, except what is neces
rv to keen no tbe wjrks from lime
t i limp. '
"Is the city, by tms proposmcu. io
Viiwa ronrnentfttlOU in the tsoaid oi
Not a voting representation. irue,
No. 3299 (133), -In the Chancery Court of miKbt appoint experts, have a reg
M r0D7VhV c?t7of MemVhr. vV. w! ular inspector wttch the thmg : and ,a
explain the nons of the gnat uo
ivw of the company and the rapidity j
with which "water ctw ltt Ik'ihk
adopted throughout the United StaU's.
1 nor W It"'' f5 lr liuiiuiiiiiiiiiic pur
ixe wax made in all lurye works
from coal. Alioitt that year Mr Jerz-
manowtiki came from l.urope ami pre-
senUHl to the old gas companies his
views of the advantage-! to be ilerivoil
from the manufartit e -i the WM-allcd
"water g-as," in hieh oal is used only
as the nieanH for tlecoiajniaingHteiini.
Ilia ideas were coldly ietvive.1 by the
fiw engineers of the .lay. They le
ievsl only in the old ooal gas as it
was being xniulo for o many years
pant, and could see no advanUigi' in a
change of process. Mr Ihivison, alive
to all iuiprovements an 1 nnprejiidieotl
in his considerations of the method
of manufacture, felt t!iat there was
much U at was sound in M r. Jerania
nowski's proposition!", and at once
prtHwded to giither a few friends
around him, and erected exHriinental
works on Korty-tii'lh etreet. His ex
pectations being justitied by the re
Biilta obtained, l;e influence! hie
friends to organiw the Troy Citizeim'
tiiislight Company, and made a con
tract for the erection of works
for the manufacture of the new
gas. The works stand to-day
in full and HueciWul operation as a
monument of Mr. D.tvison's sound
iinliMiient. enternrise ninl courage in
righting the opposition of all those
w ho were looked upon as the highest
authority in all matters pertaining to
i ne pronuciion oi iuiiiiiiiuiiiuk
The successful operation of the Troy
works induced Sir. Davison to take
hold of the practically abandoned en
terprise fwr erecting coal gas works on
a large scale in Brooklyn, w hich had
been conducted and come to a halt
under the management of the Mutual
Gas Light Company. Ho succeeded
in persuading las friends to obtain its
rights and to form the Fnlton Munici
pal Gas Company, with which be con
tracted for the execution of water gas
works of 600,000 cubic foot caiiaeity,
and completed them in 18711. In the
yea' 18o0 he was called npon to in
crease these works to 1,000,000 cubic
feet, and again in 18K2 to 3,000,000
enliie feet cauacitv.
, In the meanwhile, experiments
were being made by Mr. Jerzma
nowski with lime as a substitute
for coal in decomposing uteam in
ninbinrr "water cas." and the re
sults obtained were eminently
satisfactory. The Equitable Gas light
Company of New York was tormeu.us
works erected, i ue gas sent oui. uno,
meeting the instantaneous anil un
qualitied approval of the public, the
company found itself immediately on
the high road to success and prosper
ity. Other companies were created.
The Chesapeake Company of Balti
more, Md followed in lis lootstops,
and entered into a contract with Mr.
Davison to build its works, wiucii nnve
iiir. pmninenccil to annul v tliat city
' ... i i.l..
Willi gas, ailll Will lliuin-miwimuij
equal in prosperity tho New York com
pany, of which it is an offspring. It
lias already applications for all thegas
it can produce, and is possessed of the
finest works ever erected, and com
plete and perfect in all its appoint
ments. The next in order to organize
was the Equitable Gas light and Fuel
Company of Chicago, which has like
wise contracted with Mr. Davison for
the erection of works, the supply of
street mains, etc., all ol wlucli it is ex
pected will he completed in time to
thrown dazzling light upon the Christ
mas dinner tables of the citizens of
that go-ahead city. Other cities are
neuotiating for the right to use this
THREE OF A KUD.
DISCHARGE OF A TBIO OF THE
Tbe Closing Chapter of the Weird
fcterj of the Late XaglHtrAte'a
In the Criminal Court . yesterday
Judge Douglass ordered the discharge
of Mike McMahon and V. A. Kiw
lings, without trial, npon payment of
costs. About two weeks ago there
was an electii n held for Magistrate.
M. McMahon and II. Butienburg were
rival candidates for Magittrate. Dan
O'Dnnell, engineer at the Court
Honse, espoused Buttenbnrg's cause.
McMahon abused him for it, and
O'Doanell knocked him down. Mc
Mahon left him and returned with
his friend Monasco, who was killed by
O'Donnell while in the act of beating
him with his fl-ts. McMahon, at the
same moment O'Donnell tired, ttsrtvd
to level bis pistol, but it was
natched fiom bis hands by
Sheriff Cinnon. Erlirr in the
dav there were acenes a'moet
nnallv insniritina abiut the polls. A
man rjatned Madden took posseesicn
nf the camrwav and was finally ar
rested with a pistol. The same day
Rialina. who. With Maddail. MOU
ssco and others ts ioused McMahon'a
rminn. wai also arretted bv a police-
mat whom be abutted and a pistol
taken from et the station-house. Mid
den, McMahon aid Rawlings all car
ried pistols under their licence as
special deputv sheriff. In the Police
Court they were all lined. In the
Criminal Court Madden had his trial
Ui st. He plead gnilty to carrying a
pistol and Judge Douglass refused to
hear the testimony of tbe policeman
as to bis onttajeous conduct. He dis
charged him on account of his special
deputation. Yesterday McMahon and
Kawling8 were discharged, without
trial, fij endeth the chapter.
la dtara at BMrhltraei I lly, aline..
Nrsir Uaud Joacllau.
AX ORDER BY MAIL FOR
BAMPIjEH of panoy bhiutino.
With talf-Measurlnv Cards, sent by mail on application. Toil " VkICKs'
made bysendini us an old one to msa-ure by. WRirii JiOK OUK fH.illto. -tas
MEMPHIS STEAM SfflRT FACTORY,
J 221 SEC0SD bT.
Jl Lu KIIICUK.
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SECOND STREET.
We hare tha LaUst Imrroved Trof Laundry Company's Machinery.
COI.LAK', CUFFS and SIIIKTS l.niuulrlel F.qul io Xew.
CALLS AND PKLIVKRIK3 FRKK. WORK CAS BK SENT BY MAIL OR EXPRESS.
I, A UK W KTAiyS A M'KHfAMY.
TKN1II UCIKtL iinn.ui.nw.
tr THC illl'aU 1 NOI'lll.
Uri-Mt Inlrrval Mnllrii i uru..,..-
ont Ibe l'utilrf - Imporinm
Rnaluma to H TraasMtvlrtf.
A gteat dsal of t. Iking i being done
among the Method ets thionghont the
entire r-outh in regard to tha meetinir
of the tenth Cleneral Conference tf
the Methodist Choroh Sonth, which
ttkes place at Richmond, Va , May
'the thirty-eight conferences in the
United 8! ata reach from Maryland to
the lepublic of Mexico, and from
KlOllua tO WaSUlDllMja nmij.
There are two ot'ier t o liferent e, tna
in Txii and uartlv in Mnito,
Tho liitU town of Michigan City, ,i, nihnr f n'irelv in Mexico. with
Miss., six nilea south of Grind Juno- hea,qiiarte eat the City of Mexico,
i mMPI KTR TUFT'S 80DA APPA
J. RATUS-Pountalns, gel erator, eto.. at
HAHfMAnft J civu. p. aio
-1EDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
I J W. R. LARKIN. Lariinsville, Ala.
1"fHj RMTURK CompleU set of household
' furniture, almost new, at a bargain to
Muh Durehasan must be sold at once. Apply
to J. R. BALDWIN, am Wain si.
TflNK PAtme HOTEL BUSINESS 8it
P mLUd la oat ef the lirest towns in the
fionth. Does a business of over 11000 par
month. Bar ean be added to the business,
if desired. n tarms.aaarjss
. R. M.. Box 102. Merldfn", Mis.
17 U .. 1 1 . m
t....,!!!. irom the amendod bill Bled in
this oauf e that defendants, the heir of Carrie
. wooa.ueou, oi . nnniy v
Annelotinbrioo. dee'd: of Coas. Karwinkle,
deod; ol John Hock, deo'd; i ot August jjie-
hn- dao'dl OI Mar? iiroDru, uu u, ui
deo'd; of August Lie
ronHrd. deod : of Bet-
tin Bruner. deo'ds of BriUset O'neu, .'eo a.
ol Jfred B. raimer,
sins, deo'd : ol T. B,
ot Fred 8, Palmer, dro'd; of Robert Bcrog-
A V VTVWDOHT HKWS. V A.-l 1U AU. DW
A. faet water fro t, l feet deep. For full iKent inquiry made; and that the plnooi
inforination address WM. A. DEAN, residence of A. Van Brocklya. F. P. Dun
47 Lexington itreet, Baltimnre, aia..
that wav save the tHUM
nn mi fnr fasl i IT ht "
, J , o -- , , .
'Bnt tne ottier company cute unuer
thain 2 cunts?"
"Von: that'a about the the of it.
Tin Equitable Company declares that
it has $ol)u,tW ot noca aireaay suu
enrihcit. and is readv to eo to work to
morrow. Thty waded right in and of
trA tn nnt in a comDlele D'ai.t. such
8S8houiaDe penetny saufiauiurj, u
ih nitv wniild ffive its bonde. with a
deo'ds tt aiisarsi mrrj, ok i i J . s ,i . ,
Childress, deo'm and of A. Van Brooklyn, guaranteed interest of 0 pur cent
..r u p Thiinn. and Feter Lieonara, ni nn klnfaH of Iass ThAra am
. uu Wl . I 1 IIHV r , Til UIU13U v IWKI . -
are unknown, and wnose names ana puces ; rnr,ru.itiona in a nutshell "
of residenee eannol ne ascenainea upou uu- vi" -;
II. dowan. deo'd ! of Ellen Walsh, dee'd: of
A. Cohn, deo'd; of Ann M. Baldwin, nee a;
. i... ii. miliar, deo'd i of Caledonia
Drown, dee d; ot r. . murrj,uo
Elisabeth 0. Harris, dee d; ot win. roia,
deo'ds ot Margaret Berry, dec d; of K. 11,
(jr (lie niiertura nnd BnllclluK 'm.
Hlltvr, Tonna Msai'M C'hrlaltnn
:n n tha lllinnln Central railroat'.
was the scene of a lively fusillade last
Friday morning. It was the shooting
of dpt Larkin McKicre, a planter
and money lendBr.by the well known
and highly esteemed O. E. Oakley,
also a planter, and engaged with his
brother-,n-law, II. W. llordaway, mer
chandising a', the above p'ace. Tbe
cause of the dilliculty, m reported to
this paper, is that Mr. Oakley had, in
the absence of bis brother-in-law,
tiki n .'.taps and secured a debt that
was about to be loit.and in which
Ctpt. McKinxie had loet tliecuioce oi
securing one he held vgaintt the same
tartv. Enterinu Oakley's store, Mc
Kinzie declared that he should have
allnwnd him to share in the garnish
ment against the party. Being
refused tho privilege he became very
wmthv and abusive, cureing him
so that Oikloy lequeated him tedosist
and remember what he wai doing,
telling him that as a man o! his age
ha ahnuld have fome consideratieu
about him. tiling away for a lit' la
,hiip. h n on r turnetl. but oniy V)
1 lis mora violent: and aga'n
iwino- told bv Mr. Oakley that he
vmihl nnt anil couU not allow nun r0
talk to him that wav. he nulled his
nidtol and wi h an oath Urea, ll was
, i i . r i..AA a-
r,tiirnen. ami kbuv uu mr hm--
innr rnnnilp. the carta'n falling
wounded in three or f ur places, while
Mr. Oakley wat not hit. The captain
was suppoicd to be mortally wouuded,
hnt, nuon examination wai foan l to
r-iapn a I. PKixr.. ts,ooo-
TH-kvta fsil tt Mtaaaeia tm
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" We do ktireby etrttiy thU MUM""""'
trransrMiior all A AfimlAJn and Qm r
tsn Uramnf af tkt LoMuiaaa StaU lottery
( ompnny. and i ptrtoa maaaf mad eoarrol
Iks Jr-ingt tkimtlan, aad tKM At sasw
nr condurfi rit hoar tty, ftnra and t
good faith toward allt urti. and wt atonn
tkt Company la law ari"a4a, oath fa
Kil at anr tienatvr Qttacktd, era ib ad-wrtwrswais.''
making forty conferences in all in the
Southern Met' o li-.t Chmci-.
the membeiahip of tin cvturcii, de-
cording to the last report, rei-tiveo
io im iiavH Minee. is uiiiny uuu
million penrnna. It hat increased to
frnn, MM) (Hll) noreons in lSti5, or
over 50 per cent. BHsidw, there is
mlnsion work among the Indians and
sparsely settled diatne's ol the Wn l
on the Doroers nun iu mraikv
Uraril and Chira. The General Con
fureme repreaente the ehurch. Item-
ploys nearly a'K) imsti manes, ami ex
pends In thenmlnteuBECj of misbions
and the performance of niis
sion work aome J.'IOO.t'OJ an
nually. Its Uhnrcr extension ooaru,
with headquaitera in Nashville, has
been organiird only fr jew, nn m
that time it ha expindad about Jl.iO,
000 aud asistd fj.rn churches, an aver
age to ach church, ot over i-iu. "
piililiHinng cp 'raiiuuB ' uuiiu.i. v ..
at Nashville, where the largest pru.t-ing-house
in tho Koith is situated and
opt rated hy 1 Ho ciiurt r. n. in i"""
e-iled in a hi'ga uuuiber tif mlucatioi.al
enterprises, the laigett ci wnici. is
The General Conference is the chief
legislative body of a large e iurch scat
tered over a van uoinaiu. i -allty,
the Congreas of the church, hav
ing supreme power in iuhuuk n.-,
maintaining the church polity. It hj
composed of delegates elected by each
f ti.o onniinl nnnferences in prop r-
tlon to their membership The con
ference comprise') anont inernoi re,
Wi', lif Hndrnijuid, Bnnkt aas) llnWi,
irtfl iwv all fritm drawn n laa MsxiaM
Stalt LoHtrie$ vAtea may U prwatNl atlonr
J II OUI.KlBT,PrsMS.I.te.llVI ataak.
H. II. KF.NSKUT.Prrra Ntal-Nir,t'l Bk
A. BaLDWIK, Vrrm. H, o. BJtat. Bk.
lneorporatod In ldootor wanty-a year
by the bagislotura for Kduoatlonal and
n....t,aKl. ..nviiiiHiia wILh a oaiiital of II.-
fHMl.tHMI to whlnh a reserye fund of oer fjf0,
(Aid has since been addon.
Ily an overwhelming pomilai Tote IU
frum-We made a port of th; preaenthUta
Pnnstltatiiiti, adopUd Daoeuibar id, A.D.
Tht only Lotttry iwr aoleo! and mdorted
by tht peuf' at any UtaU,
it nrvrr teiaUn orfxwtpoans.
Ila Ursml Mtnwlf smuilM-r lrlS
tnk l ssiosihl. nH lb'
IrHorttlnHr.T lri.win r-a:lirly --r
ltirei iimnihn moa sml
Ai'iiiinllT ;krrrr, blnlu
A kPLENniD OPPSSKTI'MITT T
ma A roHTllWnt. FollKTII ORAND
TIllAWINU. CI,AH8 , 1ST 11 Ai;Aift.ni
OK ' Mil SIO. NKWOKtrJANW. TU K8DAY.
prll ia,l)si !tll Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL IMIIZFh 875.tO0.
IOO.HTlefcl Plw lUra Ksicb.
rrSMiltona, In rillka,
LIST OF PRIIKH.
irr BEAD MULEH AND HUBSlss- eor
I ') aash. or aayable September 15,
p. M. PATTERSON
HORSE A aafe, reliable family buggy
hotso one well known to the citisens
of Memphis. Apply we. 'j'-
rfniR OLD REN ISLAND-In sight of
A Memphis: 1M acres, of which ahriut3un
cleared and very rw-h land. A bargain can
b. secured by wV?VjKYANjkOO.
I Ka oaia',' " and all lu to tha
oi refrnccs, at 374 Misais'iopi ve.
Cl ENTLKMEN BOARDERS
X At 1S9 TenneBS-e street.
-1 EfJTt.IT.MKN BOARDR8
At i eneiriy sireci.
fl something new, no risk, large profits,
tpeci il- )0-dny offer, write at or ee.
EMPInEOO .,981 Can nl street,''. Y.
A GENTS With small cspital.
Anidy at 437 Adams street.
TODENTS To learn tolegraiijr, at Tela
graph oeneol, eoT. Main anu roniar aw.
ITUATION Bf colorsd man and wife.
Address m . r . , Appeal wet. .
IOHETcashprirs paid for old and new
r KATHKrio at rv jimn arreei.
TJtVERY ONE In need of a nard, smooth,
rlj ,1u.bIi .nj wutArnroof iiavement or
floor, exasnisa WATbON'S BITUMEN CON-
A LL THOSE having damp, unaholosome
-in. cellars to teleph ne
-rVKRVnnnvrn all and sea the eele-
JjJ brated tiyjmr Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near foplar.
TTTPBaiRNPIfn AiIKNTS And eorre-
SU spondents for now business. Positions
permanent. Salary ar oommlesion. Writs
MAT1UMAL KUONOM tWT. Ullicago, 111
"DOARBERS At 148 Madison j nioe rooms.
X-r gnoanre; transients aroommooatea.
AGETfcl la every section ef tha country
for two New Books, just ready. Spkoial
Tbbms to men f axperienoe eapable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CASsKLL A CO.
(limited), K2 Broadway, N. H., and 40 Dear
born street. Chicago.
u. TatM wilnnn. Feter Leonard. Anireio
Uabrino, Chu. Karwinkle, John, Andrew,
Mary and Margaret Carroll, John Hock,
m. T..winurft. KfirtiA Bruner. JoseDh Mil
ler, A. W.Miller, Tbos. and A. . Miller,
Wanoy Aiexanoer, Dimgeiu ijaii,
Pa mer. Rooert Bcroggin". T. B. Reynold!,
il II Pnwnn. Ann M.. Alf T.. rjpa Louise,
Joe and Virginia Hough, Ellen Walsh, A.
,'Akn Ann m Ki, nwin. . nines Aioxaoutr.
Caloilcmia Brown. V. J. Murray, Klisnbeth
C. Uarris, Wm. Po'k and Jlarlba Berry, are
unknown.K a ;. aanni rjossconaineaupon u i-
igent inquiry : auu mis nun is oruugui.
furco a lion fnr taxot duo tbe city ot mem-
..h . ..n tiirt ii nmni narrn s or rrounu in
raid city, in which said parties or tboir heirs
are intureste-i or owu, in niu nrurB m wmi-ii
It... or. nfimd nhllVA! Lotl Sll. 40 and 41
in block 10: lot' 10 and 11 in block 37s lot37
in block 11; lot 15 in block fi7, Desoto street;
lot S7. blook Ti, Orleans at. part lot 2 in
block l, on hlliotl sr. : parr, ior. arc, ujyoso
. wv; ri. mimt ot ucRtiio si. . ior. 4. in
block W, .nississippi av.j loisjanu i, in
Mock ly, Carolina Bt.i lot 2, in block 4i,
Ni "b St. ! lots 35 nnd Si, Fort Pickenugj
i, i in nlil, Q. Vnrt Pickerinz: nitrt co
lot 4111. at intersection uiu anu or .".uni
son; lots 4 and 6. In block 107, Hay burn ; v. i
lots 34 and 3a, in block 11, fort Pickering;
in, 9n In kiork 13. Jsnksnn st.t lot V. block
2!, Fort Pickeringi lot 21. In Olosg iu,
Fort Pickering; and thst Francis White,
M.n ijpiiim tnd i iltr i orues ann n . u.
Brown, are non-retidonts of tha State ol
Tonnessee , .
i, i. ihuDinr. nrnrtmi- inai xnev mane
their anuearance heroin, at the ouurtnouae
oi fthelby county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
krn th Krai Mondar in May. 18m. and
plead, answer or demur to oompiainain
uni ..ik.Hm.wi h.tu.n tor eonrflisea
as to them and set for bearing ex parte) and
,ht .mi nf tnis orner da phdiipdvu uurn
a w ek, for four su cestlve weeks, in the
Memnhil Appeal, litis 3Utn oay oi inarca,
1888. A copy attest :
s. I. MolJOVt BiiL, uierg anu .rmsier.
t. T U Ula 1 n an ll M.
Metc'aif k Walker, Sols, for comid'nt. wed
Ki u-0 H ll j;tat of Tennessee. Shelby
eonnty. Office of County Court Clerk, Mem
phis, Tennessee, March 20, 1880-10 Jonn
T u..kil. ln.lnl.(..ln,. nt Rhelbv
UUtmUV, K UUIIW OUlHllllDH.i . - "
eounty, and as such Administrator ot tha
e'tste of W.T. Pryor, deoensed:
LJ AVINS suggei-ted the Insolvency of tha
J-JL estate of W.l.O'ryor, ueccasea.you are
hereby ordered to give notice, oy aar omsa-
. . . n tt k ..I..... nnhliMhed within
the said Stute, and also at the Court-House
door ol Shelby eounty, for all persons having
claims against said estate, to appearand Die
k MfW.nttfutAii in the manner nre-
scribed by law, on or before the 1st day of
kmn anffprcul hut sliirht injuries. Mr.
A second meeting lor consultation Oakley came to this city, where he divi,ied eqiwlly into clerical anrt Uy
between tbe directors of the Y. M. U. nas relatives, no. umi ", - representatives. Becrewry u v.
a I AU. D..;rliai mm itAA fA irAIllffR?. IIBTIUK KlVru uuuu u1". i g ' i I maf i A nmlTliniilll UrlOUHtii
ce'ntlv anrolnted from among our lend- left, but that he might be saved the Tne wh())e work of , h? church In Its
. - - . i .- . i. -i . i haaaabi n i n tl iinirv wn.ii uin t mu
tain's sons. a the caiitain himself ad
vised him to leave. The late st reporta
are that the captain ia getting better
taut, and Mr. Oakley has returned to
j Capital prise.
1 Cmillal prise.,
Prises of HiMI...
1 Capital prise...
K Prims of mm...
10 Primes of lmW
20 Prises of MU
UK) Prises of sl
800 Pr isas of W0 -
500 Prliee of 80
100U Prises of 2ft.
a Annnlmntlnn nrlaas of t7.i0......
I f, --- -jum
-2AL.ESMEM In every State in the I
ING KoIABLlriHMKNT haviac several
i to represent a PAINT MANyFACTVR-
Kpanim.Tiaa thatan nooular and easy sell-
ing. Can ba handled alonaor in eenneotion
with other anode. Address Til K WM. B.
PRICEMANIJFU.CO.. BALTIMORE, MP.
TNF0RMATI0N Ni'RTON C. WILLAhD
' X ean hear af something to his adrotage
by eo. responding with his brether,
Prescott, Ontsrio, Caoitaia.
rTUATION-Mrs. Ann B. Rnthroe, chal
lenge earpet-maker of the United Btatts,
wants a situation. No objection to leaving
the city. Apply at this office..
7TN HONEST KCDNlJ MAN For a pr
XJL manentposit on, with an old established
firm, as their representive, in his own Stat.
Salary to begin, 170 per month. References
exacted. AM, MANl'FACll'RINlt HOUSE,
14 Barclay st'eet, n. x.
AGENT For tha best artiole aver pro
duced; eostly outfit free; no peddling
and no money required until sales are made
and goods delivered. For particulars end
terms address M. M. Friedman k Co., Mar-
i ff( MEN Young and old, to bring
JLUUU thair Old Clothes to Rosenetem i
Bro. and bar tbeB ranovatad. j Main
od 10 Jaffersoo,
And what conclusion have you ar
rived at?" . . T
"I am confirmed in the conviction I
have always entertained, that the city
should own its gas and waterworks.
If we taunot then we should let down
the bars and permit half a dozen cam-
panies t3 come m it tney aesire i.
There msy bo caneoiiuation?, anu
waterid stock a: d all that, but compe
tition in one of the dean a: cf American
privileges', gnd say wbat ou ri-ase it
is a Bocd initituiio.i. But the very
best plan is for the city to own us
works, conduct them on tne most
ical baeis. and out down the
nricn to the consumer to an amount
lUBt eutlicient to pay ttie lutareat anil
varrilii of tt" Eq nimble Pro-
Unusual but well deserved attention
of capitalihts is In-ing attracted to the
Erogress ana securities in me rniuiui
le Uas Light Company of New York,
whoso workH are situated between
Thirty-ninth and Forty-iiivt streets
and First avenue and taut river. In
1883 this company determined toereet
u-nrka for the manufacture of what is
commonly known as "water gas," by
an altogether new method, the Lime
process, invented Dy tiieuisiinguisneu
engineer, tsuron jerzuaanowsKi, iinuio
that enu enterea iuw a contraei, wim
the well known engineer and con
tractor, Henry J. Davison, lor the
erection of works of over 2,000,000 feet
capacity The new gag was sent out in
1884, and tlirougn impurity, unuiancy
and softness met at once with public
fuvor, to such an extent that the com
pany, fearing thut the demand would
soon exhaust its capacity to supply,
Tnnilo in 1885 a secoud contract with
Mr. Davison for the enlargement of
the buildings, apparatus and holders
of its then existing works, which in
crease was accomplished in time to
meet the heavier demands of the pent
winter. But the public requirements
were only temporarily provided for,
n,! th Hnrinir of 1886 found the com-
1..!,. nub, and ,m claim nut filed on or be- nnnv as much in need of increased
fore said day, or before an appropriation of productive power as it had been pre
tba funds ol i J ', '4VJ'" iKI! tirmn to the enlargement of 1885,
ever barrea, in .aw anu . '' '., , nnriau..!
nana, ai omce. mis .'lu ubj, v i ijt,iint;uui.Titvi,, .vm.... .. . .
nn the west side ot tne city lor trie
ing business men was held in the di
rectors' rcom of the Union and Plant
Ara Rink vesterdav a'ternoon. Mr.
Ninnlmi Hill nrHHlllBd. MSI. Ju.
iwk was confined to his room by
sickncsi. but sent note of regret,
,;ih oaanranrpB of hia entire sympa
thy and hearty co-opera'lon In what
ever the committee decided to do.
Mr Hill and others reported several
eligible pieces ct propeity for censid
eratioa of the committee, on some cf
whinh a n fin al had been secured. A
fBK ilinrinuii n fjllosrecl as to location,
Bizi, style, arrangement aid cost of
tho nrnmue 1 hiiildimr. It wa renorted
thak. Atlanta had raised fHO.000 for the
Y. M. C. A. buil ling in that city, and
the chairman express d his belief that
in Bitr.li n cause. Dronerly laid befoie
onr people. Memphis would do a i
much as At!a na, or any other city of
our size. ISu ;h an opUiioi from such
a source w.is conHidtred by those
present bb a pietty ttrorg guarantee of
N ichvillo hab contributed
l40,tH)0 and Macon, ia , $15 000 for
similar strut tures, at d these ate ODly
partial a'nnuutfj of the to'ais to ue
ecured. Ihi corumittee deHire that
all real estate dealers en 1 oiners wno
have lots or builtr.rgs lor sale suiieu
tn th obidc' in vi w would report
them, with d fcription and !erm?, to
Nanoleon H II. John w. uiiiara or a.
SHELBY COUNTY BONDS.
The Allolninln tnwl y --
BILLY WEsT'i BOUNCE.
r Tmillon' 'al-0fT HoNbaaid
1'ree Maa Ornoe Mora.
Mreh.l8tKi. HUGH U. CULLEN. Clerk.
fi..?icun.,a,uepuiyv.era. O,.onmmodation of holders of 3.0U0,.
Kotioe is hereby given
wed JOHN LOAQUE
Ko. 800. B.D. U tha Chancery Court at
bhelby eou-tv, Tenn. Thilebert Wilker-
onn at ml l" lttKr I in. 1 al .
It appearing from decree entered herein
March 1, 1836, in this cause that the defend
ant Fletcher Lane departed this life leav
ing J. t. Lane and others as his heirs at
law; and it further appearing that said J. e.
Lana is a resident ol the State of Texas and
a nnn-residen' of the State of Tennessee;
It is therefore ordered. That he make his
inpearance herein, at tie ooarthouse of
Sheiby eounty, in Memphis, Tenn.. on or be
fore tha first Monday In April, M6, ihea
and thr to thow cause, if any he have,
why this suit should not be revived against
him as the heir at law of Fletcher Lane:
and that a copy of this order ba pnb'ished
once a week, for four successive weeks, in
t e Memphis Appeal. This id day of March,
188C. A copy attest:
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master. .
By H . F. Walsb, Deputy Clerk and MasM .
Harris i Turley, sets, for eompl'nU. w
nm rnliic: feet capacity. Tho block on
the. east side between Forty-first and
Fnrtv-second streets, immediately ad
loininir its present works, was likewise
secured and a third contract was made
w ith Mr. Davison, under which he is
now constructing for the company an
other dintinct plant. This will be
wina.1 in apparatus and greater in hold
ing capacity than the works as tliey
are at present, in order that the eosu-
ptny may avail itself of this large ad
dition to its ability to meet the de
mand for tras during next winter. Mr.
Davison has bound himself to have
the works and holders in readiness for
the fall of lu3,an undertaking unpre
cedented in the history of the erec
tion of cas-worka of such magnitude.
In connection with this subject it
will no doubt be of general interest to
Bids for Shelby county bondi were
opened yesterday. The following is a
H. K Garth, 53.000, at 103 1 64.
K. R. Jones. 10,000. at 103.
W. A. Gncdwyn, 10,000, at 102.
W. II. Kennedy, secretary, 5009, at
101 J. ,
John o. Buiiivan, oooo, si iui.
A. J. Harrir, trustee, 5000, at K't.
C. W. Schulte, cashier, 63,000,
E. Goldsmith, agent, WO at ioz.
J. A. Omberg, 53,000, at 103J.
O. B. Po'k, 61)00, at 101! J.
John L. Norton, agent, 53,000,
10a' R AC T. Hon. 13.000. at 101.
Sf C irity Bank, 53 000. at 101 J.
Manhattan Savings Baak, 53,000, at
Bonds were allotted a follows :
A.J. Harris, trustee. 5 00. at 106.
1 W. Ri hnlte.. cishier. 40.000, at
Dr. Flower of Boston, who baa cre
.t.,i k hia wnnderfnl cures such in
tense interest in the Kv.t for several
yeare, and of late in the West and
will ha at GavnM Hotel.
mukunnni j . ,
Memphis. Friday and Sa'.nrday, April
OA anA OA
u MUM uu. . . .
He may becommlted professionally
. i . i . n:iAn... an.l a.lvn-
witn ine aainir pimicpici
If at his own office.
It is Mid this will be his last visit to
the Southwest, at least this season
hnt it afwda tna nick one more opoor
trinity to consult and avail themselves
of tbe healing powers of this great
Joh R. Eooaas and Miss Minnie
Pni,o. noi ten davs' visit to New
York in May, returning to London in
Chicago. Ilu, March 28.-Wilham
H. West, tho negro minhtrel in JuJie
Kiwmnnl'a e.ourt. told ail about hia
troubles with his wife, Fay Temple-
tin frnm whom he soniiht a divoi e.
"I mn ried my wife," said he, in
Nashville. Tenn., May 30, 18H3. Miss
Templeton was then a dramatic artist,
l.ii t hcf.-irH I wnlllil cocsenii t' Iimrry
hi-r I i hc hI ihe prouiise that she
luava Dm u'aon. Wo lived in Nimh-
vilU nnn week, when mv IlllDHliei
back north, and my
wile rejoined me in New York alwut
Jnne 15. lo83, and renounced her pn-
.itinn in her father's company. When
wu rofli(il tlhierm we nut up at me
Tremont HouBe. We had been here
abcu1, two weeks when one
evening Mis. Weft startled me by
: 'Wll Hill. I think I
shall go hack to New York. I asked
her what the trouble was. 'Ob, said
ehe, 'I don't think 1 cm stay away
frcm the stage; married life's all well
enonuh for a litt'e while, but you soon
get tired of it.' wen saiu i, you
feel that way go, and Goi bless you.
"the went back: to new loraanu
resumed the stage. She Is now play
ing In Rice'a Evangeline Company at
ti,a Knniteenth Ktrett Theater. 1 have
seen her several times and asked her
to live with me, but she always said
she liked tbe stage better.
Weft's lawyer reatf uepoeiuonB oy
G0. II. Prim-ose and Geo. Thatcher,
.k ' anlietant iatnrl hiS testlmonv Ol
Fay's flight. Tbe lawyer saia mat ne
had served the defendant with per
sonal notice of the salt, and she bad
laughed and said she shouldn't offer
'I guess that is aufticient evidence,"
said the judge, and Mr. Weit took np
his htt a divorced man in nitron mm-
u'es after bis entrance in tne court
THE P0UCE COURT.
Iks Principal ' Trica ia inais
John Thomas, prowling, waa die-
cha'ged; Robert Hall, larceny, wis
bound over io tne mate; nenry w u
liams, larceny and vagrancy, waa
fined $25 and bound over; Tom Avant,
vagrancy, was discharged witn strict
orders to go to work; J. K. I'ender-
grast, violating bouse number ordi
nance, discharged : Henry Smith, lar-
cenv. case continued ontil to-morrow ;
Uiclt Hart, an escapva convict, wm
remanded to jail to await tbe arrival
of the penitentiary agent; West
McGehee, violating house number
ordinance, waa discharged; Charlea
Sparks, vegrancy, waa aiscnargea ; u.
Williams, violating norjse nnmoer
ordinance, waa discharged; William
Thompson, violating house number
ordinance, waa naea z anu cjouj-,
Taylor Cneathero, larcer.cy and va
grancy, waa fiDed,$L'5:D. W. Voohries.
vazrancy and swindling, was fined
2; Fied Stockman, embezzlement,
c: se continned uctil to-morrow.
various departments will be reviewed
at the conference, and plana devised
for future operation", io m-ir, win
whole po'lty is snbjct to the revtaloo
of this body. The discipline of the
church will be goue over, and any ad-
vUable revisione made, ineiresoj
tarian General Hyuo 1. at it last meet
ing, passed resolutions tn regard to the
subject of divoice and the lax ty of
the divorce laws, and this subject will
be brought up In all iik ihood. A
resolution waa maiie at the last con
ference to chauge tbe ninna from the
Methodist Church Smith to the Mtthu
diHt Church of America, but aas over
whelmingly deftatid, aud the matter
will proba ily not h brought up aiiivn.
The general drift of feeling seems to
he coi sirvhtivo. and there is not likely
to be any radical change?. Theie a
linna with thn .Norl.heiu ('iinich are
moRt cordial, and fraternal do eatn-s
from Hint ho I v. one of whom iatiov.
Foraker of Ohio, will be among their
number; and internal delegates .m
be appointed to the next General Con
ference of the Northern Church.
The conference is charged with tha
,ln of nlectina nl' ttie eenural cllli er ,
and will probably elect five new biMh
ops, who ko!d their office for life;
three general secretaries and editors of
Ilia trarinilH OruallH of toe church, bo-
l,la fillinir the various boards, tiie
memberghiD of all of which will be re
vi-el. The Metluid'tare anx o s io
know who these will be, especially
the hlshopa. The bishops will preside
tha ennfereuce in turn, but are
not properly members of that body.
Thflv have no li.dit to vote. They
have the privilege of the flow, how
.m Vint rarelv avail tliemsnlves of it,
The secretary of the onference, an
imnr.rtn.nt. offitei. is elected af er it
meets in regnlar station, and ia not
necessarily ol that, body.
Tbe conierence. wrucu meum umr
,r fnnr ears, will lait from twenty
in thirtT (lava, niuuu luwrorv uo
kun arnnnnd on ac tount of the 1m-
porttnt buaineee to re iransaciwi. i -
owtinn nf the bislioos have especially
attracted a great deal of attention, as
tlinm am several candidate for the
9 Approximation prises of
Approximation prlae af
fl Prises. amontlnto.,,.,..,....,..Wj6,!k
Applloatlon for rates to flubji should I ba
only to tha oBoa of the Company In
tw.0ri.T!'i.':. 'Ifnrm.tlnn wrlta elearly.
alvlns luli addraas. rOMrAtajarwa. Ka
fres. Mone? Ord.rs. or Ne. York Baohanta
In ordinary latter. Currency or Bxpraas (all
sums of US and upward at our ajmaoM),
Nam orivusBN X-
Oe M. A. oAI'f Hli,
Waohlaaion D. f J,
or at West Ccsari SI, Meusflilu, Tan
Mnbn P. O. Money Order payable
ami address Registered Le(Urst
nirw oai k" jesswji.
1bk4l HI Teeth.
A special to the riouirtr, dated
v.nii n . 17th 1 us lam. aavs:
strange and suddm death occurred at
Midway, a little village twelve miles
northwest of this place, yesterday
bout noon. While Mr. David strong
a nnnner h tiadti. waa eatma biadin
ner he was taken suddenly pick
and manifested that he was in great
ao-nnv. hut could nut apeik nor te
hut waa the lnttttir wilb him.
doctor waa imm'idiately called in, hnt
hia efforta wero of no avail, and Mr,
Strong died in n few minutes. The cr.sa
was a strange oni, and rnuen m vn no
the family and tbe doc.or. it w
agreed tha1, a ncst-mortem exmina
tion should be had, and several ottier
nhMictana were calltd in. The rxm
Litinn rnvenlLll the fact that M
Strona bsd died fioutt Btiannulatipn
ml nr.nn nit.tiiiif into the throat I
false teeth wore found loJged there
He had swallowed ihem with his food
ml waa immediately in aacn aion
th.t ho rnnlrf not make known wha1
was the matter. Mr. Strong waa about
sixty-eight years of age, and leaves a
For l H-ars Jl I? 1-Wt ".
i.i Thi,il anil K(1,T1 ti.
. .l.rl nlii ""I ",l r,,MM sSrl"alia
;7':"..i,i...i.'. r.i c-"Ji. ..
u tin r..nll ntnir iH n 7 "TT
aillitUI- IfUPI-.l'H'f I IIBn:pj jvsviay,s.s.
';,"l,ulT syphilis s"ir'"
nil taM tUsT Fun. Ui .,.luii UonOTTIieSW
rif.F.ET. Htrlctura, OraniU,, I'mu. nt ufWl..
h barlt'-viai'ilt id., p, .kjiu wm.-,-v.
.Vi.r.i. ci... r in-..-. .t "
Alt icau ri arvm hia rni w- ; ; -
Si r--" o -J
ik. rlir h-tmum. MiliHa snW
,ii. narcljl bj will w nprm Br"n
Cures linaraui taaa ua sua
utMtf wi Hamuli
U.U UN Mrr-ap
.JT Bboukt M r4 all . S 1
P. SI. STAWLEY,
S IfatdlMBl Htrftet. aaesaphla. Tew ax
AfVhL stoek of Wooden aad meiaine
Ca.and CaskeU, funa! sUbaa, ,eM .,
always or: hand. Orders iv i.iosraro .r hnr-
ilihntie ,'-otrtnr -iw";-
This hnu?e doaa the la-i;'
;:o tins Dullness Va U" rl '.
IANK TOllsl ATnciHT.WJ to tha
s irtment ot samples for Brr'n. an
Pommer war, hkh I have jw-t rsoeirad
freui tha Clolbina-Order Uepaitiaent if
) ioi er ia
working out the idea, k bas ;oa aast ri
ersH by serupul.ius oara m Bll.nt tba orders
of nnwen eustoiaers.
The piesent aoason saarks new era II
this department of ihe;r hmlnrs. the awaa.
tnaof whloh Is even be'tjr sa.voe.eiee
tlva and moeh.moal. This, with the .oa
prices, lark-a ehoiea of ajaterialr, aud ampl
cauantea of ewmpl'-ta saUfaetjaa, shou.a
live me a first cla m an your orders.
15 Wf.t Court strt
D1K. V. (ifv'AIN,
r HKCOND ST., MEMPHIS, TBNS..
Xf-i ' ba been
In tms eilv z rears, lr.it-
Inf all diease of the Rectum as a epeoi ti
ls: with tini orm success, withoat tbe u a of
the kni'e or I gnture. DioeaMa tnaudt
r.int-pi' on. I .iatnuiatioa. Pikaa, Kelt 4
Uloer. Fistulas issures, Folypi, CRtnrrh,
stricture. tCxore-t-aneR aroand tbelrUotum.
Proian-ux. Pruiiis, liemorrkae, OiM-m of
the t-ohiuctu". ChronioDurrliea and ohronia
Call and ee te-timonials.
fcsoiutioa free. At borne tha leoonot
ad fvudb aeks uf aaa aiauth.