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FKVrj SHIPPIXli BILL IS
Labor aaa! Educational Topln la the
Hoa The Pacific Railroad
Washington, May 17. Smalt Af
ter tontine bnainers in tbe frVnate to
day Senator Fiye cal'ed up tbe Hotv.e
abipping bill, entitled "A bill to abol
ish cerla n (ea tor cllicial service to
Aiutritna ve nele, and to amend tbe
laws re'at'ng to ".hipping commisf ion
ef, trarnen and ownera of vtHsels."
(I I in is tbe bill pased by (be Ilonse
of liHprwntativ8 on February 4th
laftt aboliahinK tliH tees it lueuauriDg
lonnige, for wiling license., retti'try
cei t ricaies and a ar, at var.ety of other
Tue bill having been rad, Senator
Frye movi'd to add lo it at a new sec
tion the provinioi b cf the bill recently
rtIortd by hi in from the Committee
ou t'oiumerce, a111h.ori7.irg tbe lrii
' del t to issue a proclamii'.ion wlicn
evtrhemay iboai pro)ii'r, denying
to vice's cf fi riun countiies such
IriviieKf8 as are denied in each for
eign coantries to vescls of the United
Btatt s. ( This is tbe provision author
Hit g rt taxation I t tuo recent action
of tue l'nntinion of Canada in ex
eluding Unttid Statei veesela from
certain priviliits in Canadian poit,
jut the provision of Sanator Frye's
bill it nut cenfined to Canada, but is
made general so as to apply to all for
eign conntries.) 1
After some inquiry by Senator Mo
PiieiBja nd Senator Vest, and a
void of reply by Kdnator Frye, the
aTiiendment was agreed to without
I lie bill as amended hy tbe Senate
:, then paH'cd, and on motion
of Kenstir Frye, a ,'coinmittee of ccn
. fennro was ordered on rtbe dhegree
in e vote of the two IloiAi's upon the
bill, l'rocfttding to the' ra'endnr the
Hei a'e paused the folroing measurta:
A bill antborzlug' juries of the
United States Circuit and District
Oomti to be Died iitrcbnni!(ab!y.
A joint rrsolutbo, authorizing the
Treasury Department to audit and pay
claim cf tbe Kan-iu City, Fort Scott
and iulf railroad br carrying the
A Hill to authrnzcihe State of Cali
fornia to take lands it liu of the six
teenth and thirty slab Btctionp, found
to be mtneial lands.
At ,o clock . the pennon Mil was
laid bofore the. Senile, consideration
of which rontjhued up to the time
when the Kni.ioweit into executive
j ae alon, ana when thi doors re p nd
tbe feuHte ndjimrned,
On motir) of Mr. Lunliam, fTex.
a bill was piLsscd for tin erection of a
public handing at I.I J'aao, Texas, at
a cost oi fiotUMW.
I'iuUt tho call of Rates n number
of billn wro introduol and referred,
The Iloftrai then vent into com-
initteeof the whole.Mr. Crisp, Cal.
in i uu ciiHir, on uie trguni, tieiuieiH'y
Mil. - I
The call f coiiinulees for mo' ions
t Hii.spend the rulem-sting with tho
(oiinnitloo on radio KuilrniulH. Mr,
Kichnrdnon Tenn., ou behalf of that
comimttoe, wiuxiew tlie motion
Hindu by him on am, committee bus
penmon day to inpimd the rules, and
put on its pawmie a bill requiring
me -Noruicrn i l ine railroad to pay
tho cost of eonvf ins and surveying
its land grant, and in lirfi thereof
moved to niiBpnid tho rules and
adopt a resolntiin setting apart the
Mh and 8th of ,'unc for tho considera
tion of baninoff reported by that com
mittee. Mr. JticliardHon explained
that the more hiportant measures that
would bo edled np wore tho joint
resolutions providing for the investi
ration of tin acconnU of tbe I'acilic
ailroiids ant the bill providing fir tho
limiting of the deU oi tbo'o roads.
Mr. Crlrp da explained at Home
length lid reaaons of the committee
for reporting the funding bill, and
then tlu) motion to siiHpcnd tho rules
and adopt tho ruaolution was agreed
to a ithont division.
On motion of Mr.O'Donmill Mich ,
from the Committee on Kducation,
the rules were suspendud and the
Houho paHHcd (yeas 20;i, nays 8) a
Senate bill to provide for the study of
the naturo of alcoholic diinks and
narcotics and of their e Herts upon the
human system, in connection with
the several divimons of the subject of
jibvsiology and hygiene, by the pupils
in the public schools of the Toiritoiies
and oi the District of Columbia, and
in the military and nava! academies
and Indian and colored schools in the
Terri.orics of the United Stat'S.
Mr. O'Neil IMo.j from tho Commit
ter on Ijibor. moved to suspend the
rules and adopt a resolution setting
apart the th rd of June (and subse
quent days) for the consideration of
b mines presented bv that committee.
Mr. O'Noil atntt-d that the lulls which
would bo tailed Up wero tlione pro
bib ting tho employment of alien and
convict labor on public works, to Pro
tect servants anil mechanics in their
wages, and ether like measures. 'I he
educational bill would not be called
lip under this rder.
This statement of Mr. O'Neil bad
tho elici t of arousing tho antagonism
of some of the friends of that measure.
After debate, however, the question
to suspend tho rules and aaopt the
resolution wa agreed to -r yeas, 100 j
nays, 18 and tbe House adjourned.
THE HOSTILE AT ACHES.
tTer Balt1 Brlwn the IbIIu
Tuckon, Aate, Mty 17.A special
lrom Huschora tays: Capt. Katfiuld,
with atrcp of cavalry, e'ril-k Gsrqni
1U9 a hfavy blow yesterday mo-ning
ten miles southwest of Santa Crux,
but few hou-s later received a
heavier low in return.' Friday after
noon tbe hostiks, i about aevenly
strong, struck Milepa's ranch, round
irg up thirty horses. Lieut. Hatfield
anived half an iour'la'er and followed
np the trail nntd dark. Stturday
morning ho eurpriiod and stampeded
the bos i'ef, captuiiog tbtir entire
camp o'JMU and borsts. lie then
started for Fanta Crux. In par. mug
thrmghllix canon agallirgfire was
uddenly jonr d u;oi his little
comn and. Jhs men disuiouute,d and
nnde a gnlUnt fight for an hour, los
irg twa tiUod and tbrfe woonded.
Ma1 y Ib! aos fell, but the nimTbi r is
no . tnovn. LieuU Hut lipid reached
S.tr.ti Ciuz, where be will be
j'iaid by L'enr. Cook - with
Do si's tro p. Maj. Rinz, wiWi
IsriiH M 'xicai force, rei-cbel Santa
Cruz Saturday and joined in the pur
suit Sunday. Gun. Miloe, Cant.
Lsbo and Lieut Davit are with the
t'cops. Gov. Torres of Sonora and
1'r.fbct Kiviero r, the Migi'alena dis
trict are tern in rotisnltition. Gov.
Torrts haa just re;civ(d a dispst'h
from the Trifftctof Gnaynias, etat ng
tliki Gen. Martinez Jonted tbe Yoqnis
i uui their stronghold in Sierra Ba-
ctche on tbe 13tb. killing 100 and
captnrirg 200. Tbe Mexican lost
twenty killed and fifty wounded
Cajeme aecaped, bnt if being panned
by troop on land and gonboaU on th
river. This vittoaUy ends th Yoqul
Ma. Jdstin H. McCabtht, member
of Parlisment. will shortly issue,
throuah Cbatto and Windm, London
a history of Ireland, from tbe Ucioa
to tbe introduction oi nr. uiaaetone i
Rich Ann M. Johnston, author
"Tbe DukesboroogQ later," will hive
a characterise storv in tbe Jane On-
fury, entltlfd "The Hotel Experience
or Mr. 1'ink ! Inker, accompanied Dy
three of rest s bnmoroui illostrauoca
Arjoi'STiN Daly bat written an in
terestiog paper on tbe Americn thea
ter and rraatints in the A'orlli Anvri
can liniew lit May, giving proro:ss of
great success t) Amsricsn aiama, alte
time hs been given it to properly de
Chabi.es II. Kkbb & Co. of Chiiago
have published in bandy form an ad
rairab e treat's byJamtsvila lilak
on "Manaal Tra!ning in Education,
in whlili tbe progress oi tbe move'
tnent is traced s ml lha so id and b ns
fit of it is clearly stated and made
Mb. HowKLia, it seems, Is lo receive
no tot from the critics. Th 1st -at
form of notice is a caitoon in Tid liilt,
representiuit bim ai a protestor,
scapula in band, "duruonstratint" the
American girl, presumab'y t9 a cl.e
i t medical students.
An account of the "Retreat of tl
Cod ft derate Uovernment" from Rich'
mond, at tbe close of the war, by one
of the party, accoropjiiied by a superb
portrait in steel of Jeflenon Davie,
will be a notable featureof the Magn-
zuw oj Aiuervan limtory lor June.
A BiooHAPiiiiAi. Dictionary
MueiciANs.witua bicgrapbyof Kiiii'iih
writers on music, complied find edited
py air. j. u. Jirjwn, will b pnbltthrc
ti.is month by Alexander Gardner.
Glasgow. Special attention has been
given to contemporary musicians and
to i tie U'story of musical periodicals,
Tub letters written bv Edwin At.
nold to the Daily Telrjraph descriptive
ci ins recent trip to India and Ceylon
win eoon oe published, it will be en
ia-ga oy me addition oi much new
ma ter, and will be embellished by
tinny-two illustrations lrom pbo o
graphs selected by the author. Miosis
Trubner & Co. will Isme the English
eoiuon, and me uppinco.t Company
An article by Austin Dobson. illus
tratsd by Henry Sandham and Alfred
nawsoD, will In the opening paper in
tho June Century. It is entitled "A
Literary Ramblo along the Thames
from Fulbam to CbUwick"; and the
paper contains a "timely" map of the
j m veisiiy course.
Lord Lytton tells the storr of
groom married to a rich lady, end In
constant trepidation cf being ridiculed
by the guests in hia new home. An
Uxford clergyman gave him this ad
vice: "Wear a black coat and huld
your tongue." Tbe Broom was eoon
conmleied the in jst irentlemanlv cer-
eon in the country.
Oni of the most intereBtinsr. bnt nnn
of the mott unfamiliar portrait of
Benjamin Franklin is the fine bunt of
the celebrated French sculptor, Hou
don, which is now In the Metropolitan
mumuruoi rew tora. Kenyon (Jox
hu made a drawing of this butt, and
V hitney's engravinir from tho d.aw.
irg will appear as the frontisDioro of
iue June century.
Tub HoD.Georeo Bancroft, the his
torian, tbe Rev. George E. Ed is. D D .
president of th Ma aachusetta His
torical Socitty, and tbe Hon. Charles
K. lucke rman, our former Minii-tt-r to
Greece, will be among the orominent
contrtnutors to the Mitganm of Ameri
can llittory for Juno, Dr. Bender will
si ho discuss the prospects of an early
uiBouiuiiun oi mo present contutu
tional system of Canada.
Mas. Ella Whbklbk Wiloox re-
atee. with vim and feehna-. somanf h,
literary experiences and earlv strmr.
glea for recognition, in LtftpinrM'i for
may. incidentally stio gives a sad
and striking comnientarv on morbid
taste in literature, in her words "tbe
hue end cry raised against tbe alleged
Immorality of the book and iti nm-
quent large sale, wai a ttaoning sur
prise to me."
Parks, Davis A Co.. wholesale drnir.
gists of Detroit. Mich., have iub'i.hrl
a very beantifuily printed portrait of
air. mollis rus'cur, tue renowued sa
vant and inveetigator. whose eiiroal
irvicea to science and medicine run.
der bim one of the noblest and most
commanding fi juris among the bene-
amors oi mankind, in ever since the
line of Jennt-r bai any diwovorv cre
ated the interest that has beeo awak-
ned by this eminent scientist, in
proving tbe truthfulasfs of his theory
of the cure of hydrophobia, by which
already he has saved the lives ol many
nnniireus oi pertons lrom everr part
f the world, including Ruts a and
America. Tbe portrait is one that
will no doubt be especially cherished
by medical men, who can nowes
themselves cf copies by ordering of
Tub May number of the CbatmipoJi
in, a new family maisaine that it cub-
linhed in Hocheeter, N. Y., by Mtaa a.
Schlieht A Field, is excellent. The
variety, brevity acd intiinaio worth of
the articles and the beauty of Uie fonr
fall page illustrations will attract at
tention. Tbe number opens with a
fine story entitled "Mrs. Hatty's Hus
band." by Harriet Fresco tt Sooffanl.
followed by a strong, loe'd and popu
lar article entitled A, Word About
Sllvei," by Edward O. Bourne. The
article that will excite moil attention
is an illustrated on by Msi Viola
Rieeborough on "The Children's In
dustrial Exhibition," held recently in
New York. Mra. May Riley Smith's
poem, entitled "Love's Seasina," will
De reaa witn pleas ire Dy lovers of fine
poetry. Mrs. Elisabeth Cadv Stanton's
article, entitled "Miss Cleveland's
Line," is a striking discussion of tbe
quettioa of low neck dreress.
"Marion's Faith" is tbe title of
Capt Charles King's second novel, a
sequel ti his first, Tlx CWonWa Dattgh
trr. lis dedicates it (lis memory of
he late Capt Emmet Crawford of lha
Third Calvary, who, it will be remem
bered, was murdered by Mexican sol
diers while hunting Apaches across
the Southern bolder. To say that
Capt. King full; maintains his rep
utation In Marion' i Fai& is not
telling the half of what it
K He is a master of the ait
of (tory telling, and in this casv past
es bia power for a'l it is worth. He is
master, too, of tbe details of mil tary
lift-, a tart made most plain in the
thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth
chapter, which are fu'l of the excite
ment of clo: conteet with the Indiana
of ths plains. It is a novel that will
have a run and mutt make for Capt,
King a great many ne friends, es
pecially among army people.
(ubcribe for tbe "ApiiU."
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTUESDAY. MAY 18. 1886.
THE BRITISH LIBERALS
15 C0H8ULT1TI05 ON THE IRISH
Chanberlala Delnged With Radical
ProtesU-Th Past Week la Ea
topeaa Money Markets.
LoNDON.Vay 17. An Informal Cabi
net meetioK was he'd Saturday even
ing and yesterday Mr. Qladttons held
conferences with bis colleagues. It is
reported that, yielding tj tbsoig-nt
request or Mr. Worley and L'jrd
Spencer, Mr. Gladstone 'has decided,
in ths event of defeat, to demand from
me tauten an immbdia'e distortion
ol Parliament. The Liberal Afsocia
tion leaders in tbe provinces have sent
a letter to Mr. Gladstone, pleadirg
wunmmnoi to resign, but tj aopea
to the country with the certainty cf
securing a mtiority.
Mr. Chamberlain Is de'ugod with
Radical protests. To a Biimiuuham
Li teral who bad written that Mr
Chamberlain's action had do3tieved
all chances of his ever attaining the
leadership of tbe Liberals, Mr. Cham
berlaln replied that lie would sooner
foreake politics than to consent to
mea' urea that would prove diautrons
to the country. Mr. Gladstone's torn-
mitteo hai aiked Mr. Chamberlain to
formulate a statement of the cjnees-
sions that would rooonoile him. Tbe
Prnellites, though assenting to tbe
eecond reading of tbe Arms bill, will
oppose advantiDg it to ths commit'ee
stage until alter the diviiion on the
home ru'e bill.
BaalBMs Fairly arllv at I ndon
'Iks t oatlnealal Hoarsen.
London, May 17. Disronnt was
quiet dor ng tbe week at 21 for three
months and 1) for rhort. Tho Stock
Exchsngn loan rats to next account, ie
Business on the Stock Ex
change was fair'y active, and prices
fhowed a tendency lo rise until the
close cf the w,ek, when the improve
ment ceawd. The nrsitt'ed bUte of
home politics affected dealing?. In
the American railrca-1 market early in
the week there wai active baying, un
der a belief that the settlement of thi
labor diiputes would lead to a geneial
advance, but New York prices not
sustaining this expectation there was
depression at tbe cloee.
Paris. May 17. There was a een-
eral falling in prices oa ths Bourse at
tneopenlrgof tbe pa&t week, owirg
to the fact that numerous sales weio
made for the purpose of subscribing
to tbe new lean. Blocks recovered
subsequently, however, and the
maikec clocod active at the highest
figures of ths week Thre- cer cunt.
rentes advanced (JOo and Cioiit Fon
e'er 10c. The now rentes were quoted
at 821. Sues canal shares hive fallen
'Ml owing to the continued diminu
tion of the receipts of tte.'company,
and Panama shaiea, on account of a
renewal of bad reports have dropped
At BerllB. I
Bam.lN. May 17. Business on the
Bjurse wosnuiet during tbe week imt
enued, mo market, nowtvar, showing
a tendency toward strength, it is re.
portut that tbe soveriiment has de
cided to conveit Piusslan 4i into 34s.
Holders of dobentura 4s of the Prus
s an State railaaya have received no
tice that they can exclunge their
bonds for ;tj.
FBANaroBT, May 17. There was no
no'able movement on tbe Bouree dur
ing tbe past week, but a fair business
Hob law la Irelaad.
Dublin, May 17. News has been
received that a mob of Nationalists
attacked a number of Protestant peas
snti while the letter were returning
irom manor, at tXoxetown. uountv
Tyrone, Hatuiday. The Proteetants
roasted tbe attack, and several of
them were roughly haDdled.two being
badly hurt. No arrests were made.
Atlanta. Oa.. May 17. Frank P
Gray, a leading lawyer of Atlanta'
was Bhot snd killed In the West End
to-day by Town Marshal Jonei. The
tragedy aross out of a dispute about a
cow. Jecoa fs in jail.
Phobia, Iiu, May 17. At an early
our yesterday morning ths watch
man at tbe Enterprise Dmtillery at
Pekin discovered tbe huildirs to be on
fire. An alarm was at once aivon. but
before the firemen reached the sons
the building wis wholly enveloprd
snd the fi'" beyond control. The Jli
ti'lory, wi fa a I machinery a d c li
terals, wsb entirely destroyed.
Ulll4 k Mas In liar Father's De
St. Loo is. Mo.. May 17. Lwt niohW
Adoi vnet, a drunken rowoy, broke
nt the house of Samuel Fetters, a
rrippUd ex-sjldior. Fetto-s at.empt
ed to defend his home, but wai goi
ng ino word oi it, wneu nis danab-
ter Noia, agtd seventeen, shot Vliet
in the Bids of the head, killina him.
Hie was placd under arrest to appear
iw rr a i'imvct in'H mnrninir.
0O Pablio Admlnlftrator. Sh.lbr Coaatv
Oourthoara, ManphU. Tana., April 16,
TUH Ddanind hay na bean appoli
aad aalttad adninlairatar of tha a.
il 16, im.
of Haary V. Araald, dacaaaad, aatiea
karaby ciraa ta all aaraaaa indaktad tn M
aatato ta rbrward and tattle; and to
uoaa m waoa aata aalau la loilabtad tola
thaw el aim, with aia. duly prabaud, wlthla
tba uata araaoribad br law. or tha rams ill
be fararar banad. JOttft LOAtfUB.
book of 100 aaaaa.
ba baat book for
ba ha aDari-
anoad or othanrua
eonlalna litu of
aawrnanara aad aatlmataa o tba aoat of ad-
vartuint. Tbaadrartiarwhowaiii, to aaand
ooa dollar, tod, la It tba information ha r
antral, wMla for him who will inraft ona
ui araa thounnd dollara to aavortiainv. a
anbaoja lai aJSi'atad which will nisat aia
arary rvait cinant, or dan ba made to da M
by aluiht change aaailr arrivad at bv corra
apoadanoa. Ona huf.drl and flftr-thraa
aUition, MTa boon luaaj. bant, pottivid.
to any a Mroaaior tan uij. Ai i'lr to UKO.
KTIKINd BDRKAU.lO.snraaaat. (Print.
at Uoaaa 8gaara , Naw York-
BWS-S IKON BITTKUM XK-
raoted a lartoat oltoidar ol tha bow la
In Mr. 0. A. Weiner. MamphU, Tenn. Ha
addured mark p. in, bnt waa enrad in albert
tirna b thi remedy.
DKBKICRATS TO THS FRONT Ta aC"
pr aaakini Uovarnmant Km I
rloyisant in any ol tba department ai
Waahinrton, or any other po,ltinni nnda
the (iurer anient, I will tead full iasirnoitoii!
aa to bow to praraad to on win thaeaiaa,
aad IUk rarnital Anellrattiai cn
rereiM nl line nnll, Adilrna JUHk
1, ail'ataJU, Let hal at), Vluea J
Kaiaui raaa.-A rKUm ol rauthrahmpradaDc
tj""" fraaaalata Umv, Ninaa Dibdiu, Loaa
ataaaaad. A.,aHaa triad ia nia mj kno-a
r ill hi ilianaia, i T m ImiUa
Tha a-.ll r j VkKa u, iua f.uo-a.!ri
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do tut duty, rejects the luod
jflered, and with Appetite
lestroyod, and Indiges
tion and Dyspepsia
rexulting, it becomes
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with your Digestive Organs, to
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r WE OFFER TOU
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Tha OrlKlmal ! Oaly Uretalna.
tale and al ware Keliabla. Beware ol worlh-
i ""tmiwti.ina. ladl'paaaanieto LtDIEN,
A m jour IWraaKat tor " hlrhoatar'a
:(! ut ao other, or incloie 4
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raiairei bbmiI. , . FiPta a k.
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m lr V- 1 hum hi Hu iitlml f Vim ihrf
-f lhif thtfnffinii pimliirtn rmiiirM m MhjMt tn rminiiiwijaaaj ji ttlTn1i1 rTTfwsnfJ
tJ0QS Th raieTforyou hueeVfwnd in OtNrO
Jtaa4 arAal mn aminani pkytieian has Sa aay upon Uba anfilaayj
i ' ra ""'"r -1 Itm a i at riiwanimlna Is
tba aaaa ot a ladr of rhenmatie eoaditioa, and a ehroeto aoSerer from thw djuoaaa, who had baea diiwaa
alaaaataothaaaraaiat maanite be bar waitbly BeJhgfeaaa. aa aatioa hal i teiifartiTffT. Itreliavaa'
anrpraaaptlr. and ebe aow paaaaa tha oaea dfaadeS pannOa with bat little djaaaaaforl 1 eoald aientioa
othar laat annwa of a aamilar ahaiaetec. bat thie ie a lemaraahla aaaa." T. F FRAZS&. aL D.
ForaalabyanDnwrMa. UH I IFR
Prlna S 1 per featu
tua. " Hii-t.a.,a.ti,
Still In the market, with a full HNHortuient or
SADDLERY and HARNESS.
209 MAIN STREET,
3767880-382-384-386 Second street, south ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles.
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & 00,
33G Nceond Street, Memphis.
A I.AR0E AND COMPLETB BTOCK OF PLUMBERS. OAS AND STRA.M FITTERS
nMnlnl. Piim. Drire Well.. Iron. T.earj and -Itone Pine.a Fixtnrea, Otohe.
And Commission ierchanis,
Sfli? nnil SOS Front St.. Mepi.el.U, Tobk.
rr ai u. car ;vif a i 11
AW A BID FLAjaSeS
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring,
B. WITZEdAlW 5 Co
Wholesale Dealers and Publishers,
Sols Aseati folloarlai
Bar A NEW T-OCTAVX
Writs for Oataloaniea. N osu 93 and
ADEER BEO. & CO.,261 LIMN ST
John 8. Snlllymn.
a. I 1 r 1
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors
And Co amission KSerchantt,
232 and 234 Front SL, IJempIiis, Tcn
BKTWKK9 ADAMS AHD llrriBltOI.
Mr. L N. RAINKT devoU nla whole time to the weighing and sale of all Cottot aatfttlted
W our obArr. Ootua Wawhoaae, w aahiagtoa tUeet.
Snla Pn. TOSaVTtl Waahlna-tan Are.
wo iivpi, ST. LOtlf. l.
t t MEMPHIS. 7ENN.
K. S. LKK."
0. B. WJII.
0. W. TOMLDf. WJf, BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Toniliii & Benjes,
179 Mala St., Memphis.
Offer irecial Inducement In Open Buigiet
of onr own make, at t-i; TnpBuriea ol
oar own make, at 1120. All work war
ranted. Call belore you buy.
mm Haylny dltooaed of bur entire itoek ol
Vehicle! and tbe Manufacturing Depart
ment to Sleaira. TOMLIN A Bb'NJbS, we
beapeak for them a oontinnanca of the
paironaca ao lona extended to aa.
CARRIAQKA HARDWARE COMPANY.
JOHN E. BANDLE & CO., PROPB'S,
Qfi fiaannJ C4 nfam1..
V (tn MUWUtt Mb. awvauMua, ACJiTT
XMFUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
.0 V A I x i una . zwimi wo a .tmrtoirvma w
a.UKIIlfH, AlOlierM, BHWamllllH,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Bllllm
Cotton Press, Cotton dins.
Shafting, Pulley at, in.
RPXCIAIt ROTICK We an prepared to fill ordera.
on anor notioe, for the celebrated Saedart fatnml
Wienbi Pulley. We oarrr la atook orer
Two Hnndred Aaaorted niara.
verKend for Catalnana and Prlca-Unt
- MILI., HATT-TABD. .
Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
I ACH, SABI.ICK, O. D. PSAS! 4 CO.
at H1BIIH, CLOI tVIH a WABBKB, CHI
CAOO ajOTTASB OKU AM.
8. HF.COrVn NT.. OTWPni
Latest Novelties lo Footwear
fOB BPRIMtV ASP 6VMHBR.
AQKJJT3 lOR IHB TAM0C3
W. L. Donglas 13.00 Call Shoes
la Barton, Laee and Cons-ran.
war Elnatrated CaUkiaua and Prtee-Llal
Mailed Froa an application. -wa
I. X. Cliu-L
DB. D. S. JOIDfSOJi
Ke). 17 Jeffsrsos Street,
CBeiwaM Mala aad Front.) MEMPHIS.
D JlwUBluhedin 1S90.I
K. JOHNSON iiacknewledired by all par
tial iateraatad aa by far Um moat ana
ceaiful pbiaieian ia the treat mea tof prirat
oraaeret diaoaaaa. Qnieb, permanent cures
anarantaed an ererr eaaa, mala or female.
Reoent ease of Gonorrhea and Syphilis
eared in a I f dan witbowt tke mea ef mer-
eary, eaanre of diet or hindrance froaa
beooadary Syphilia, thalaiCrae-
Involansary loie of semen atopped in short a
time. Sufferer B-o a impateno er loas ol
aexual powers restor e to tree Tiot in a few
weeks. Victims of a e-abnae aad eieesaiy
Teoery, sufferinc from spermatorrhea and
loisof physical and mental power, speedily
and permanently cured. Partfcalar atten
tion paid to tha Disease of Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old an res cured
without th use of eanstreor the knife. AU
ennsultations atriotly confidential. Medi
cines sent br express to all parts of tha
ltnoattae aa er merenry.
averWorVinsmen cured at half tbe nsaal
rates. Office hours from 8 o'clock a.m. to 9
n'oip-Vn.m. P. B. JOHNSON. M.D.
For 15 ye&t at 3 Court Ptacft, now 4:
a. rVarilsrtT t4oeato4 and lairaU qoaUftet phjwkjkH aad tU
soil ad.'Bsaiui. as aim ursvoaauej siu
1 will prvTfj
Cures all forms
SpernUstorrno Saj(I Xmpoimncji
4i trie malt ef aotf-aboM la yovth, wtml aaxmaaas t m
mux yesrs. sr otbsr aayaat, and produclM aaa ; (a
owid i-aMtt. NerrouioasA, Prmlnn I Karittiimi. ' j ;
tVoa bj- draau), DaiaoeM of big Lit, UafcrUH e . hy.
w-alUonj, Piuplsaoo Fae. i reirioa ( Hoearsa- : Y'tmt ,
Jnft.aB of desj, m of Be a tut I Powr, Jpc reader iag
lstritje InptofiAf or nnhnnrf, an thoTsMuthtt ao4 panao-
yniif ourea. SYPHILIS poaiurrji sand Ww
UJLET Strtetura, ClroAJHa, lavnia. as aW,
il lea al uttier prtrsU dii
It U selMrideol H4 s ph j aicltva bo pays apajoHl trtawosal
'" " Tin SB flf lllsaasaaa art 4 tramline? ItMnaaiula aanav.
quick I7 ourtd.
.lly. soqulTM crcat siltL Phyairiaa kDovku thu tact ort-
omoaif iu peraooj to mj oar. Vbea U is fDwavcoMM M
im the city to- u-tAtawui, mdi ilaM oa tetMpmiWf
oi aaraly 6y Ball or npnm iajvIvm,
jires Guaranteed ia all Cn
Ktuisiioudi MrtMOalfr or kr tMr tnm aod to,
ObAiyH r"wubi and sMtTasvad9Bo mnaUg mnilrlinnsri.
Jf Mb pacat, nt to sny mAtm, wtmrnmtr MaVml, for Csvf
'tfloa sour t
ccuis oooumi bo rsaa or au. AdOraas as a bo.
our frtyn KLIf r. at. mmaajw, p f
KBOH.VH IKON IHTTKRM t.Jt .
tirely cared Mr. 8. A. Cocks, 369 Main
street, Memphis, Tenn., of a aerate oase of
chilli and fever, lie believes in it.
PROBATE COURT SALE
In tbe Town orCelHes-vllIe, Team.
No. 512, R.D. John Loairae, Pnbtio Admin
istrator of Shelby county, and as suoh Ad
ministrator of Mrs. . M. Uleckley, de
ceased, ts. Maggie A. Brennan at al.
BY virtue of decree foraale entered here
in, April 27, 18t6, I will ofier for sale,
at public auotion, at COLLli.KVlLLK.
Satnrdajr, Way 8, 188.
within legal hours, tbe following described
real estate, to-wit:
I. A certain lot corta'nlrg three and one
half (ZH) acres in th Tenth V vil District
of Shelby county, Tenn., in the neighbor
hood of Bray's Station i Bounded on tha
nurta by the r'tuto-line road; on the south
by the M. and C. Railroad; on the east by
tbe lands of P. M. Ward, and on the west by
the lands of E. Read.
An4 the following lota in the town of Col
lierville, Shelby county, Tenn. :
II. Arai-iintkt irontingon the west side
ot the public park.rnnth ol the lot owned by
T. J; Morris, and being one hundred (100)
fet by a depth of one hundred and twenty
ill. A vacant lot on the south sida ol Front
street, beginning abont one hundred and
forty (140) leet west ef the intersection ol
Front street with the opening wet of th
publio square, baring a Irontoi one hun
dred and seventy-four fret by a depth of
about two bundr-d aad twenty (220) fret. ,
IV. A vaonrlt lot on ihe rest side of Main
street, thirty by silly (30x60) tee . lying be
tween the property of Geo. tl. Blair and P.
V. A vaoant lot en tbe -rest aide of Main
street, beginning about one hundred and
fifty-eight (1SS) feet north ol tbe inte'section
of Front and stein streota; thence Perth
twenty (20) leet. with a depth of one hun
dred and sixty MO'li feet, running souih at
riicht angles with tha ai.uih line of raid lot
from a point one hundred and twenty (120)
feet west of the beginning point, a dintano
of fiftv-eisht (.") feet, until it joins with lot
Nn four (t). fronting on Front street.
VI. A certain lot emnmencina; on th
northwest corner olJ. W. and W.D. Koen'a
lot, in tbe town of Collierville, deeded ta
them by Leake and Irby; running thence
north 'hiny (30) feet to a stake! thence east
sixty (60) feet to a a'aka; thence aonth thir
ty (30 1 feet to a stake to the northwest cor
ner ot said lot of Kotn's ; tbence wed sixty
(60i feet to the beginning point.
Hook 30, page 135.
VII. A lot known as the Orchard lot. de
scribed as: Beginning at the northeast cor
ner ol lot No 6, on a range or lots north of
puMio square and ogposiie th M. and C.
K.R. t ther.ee north two hnndred and taven
feet six IWS inches to a e'ake; tl ence west
two hundred and twenty (22U feet in J. K.
Wadding's east boundary; thenee south
two hundred and seven leet six (a7 inchee
to a state, which is tbe northwest corner of
John Lynoh's lot No. 11; thenee eaat two
hundred and twenty (iJi) leet to tue begin
ning, containing, by estimation, a little over
one acre- Book it, page Ml.
VIIl Lot Ko. one (1), forty (40) feet by
one hundred (100) feet, in a range ol lota
Nos. 1 to 11, on the north side ef the pui lio
square or perk, purchased from V. Leak
September 24,1907, and recorded In Regis
ter's office of Shelby county, in oook Vo. 62.
pages 20), m.
IX. Lot No. 2, forty (40) by ona hundred
(100) feet, in a range of Iota Nos. 1 to 11 on
tbe north aide of the publio square or parW,
Durrhnaed from V. Leake. December, lrirff.
and recorded in the register's office of Shel
by county, in book Ho. to, page 4i6.
X Lot No. 4 (and nan of lot 31. forty (41)
by one hundred (100) feet, and part of lot 3,
eiftht (HI by one hundred ('SO) leet, west ef
and adjoining lot No. 2, in a range of lota
No. 1 toll, on tha north sideot the publie
park or square. On this lot,4H100 leet, are
two brick stoiehouses, on which there ia
trust deed of record. (Sale subject to th
richta nf the morta-aaea.)
XI. Lot No. 6, forty (40) by one handred
(1(0) feet, westot snd a joining lot No. 4,
above described, and feortnon (14) fret six
(ti) inchos of lot No. 6, weft of and ad fining
lot No. 6. This is the lot on which Mrs. h.
M. Bleckley res ded at tbe time ot her death,
being fifty-four (MH !et sic inches by one
hundred (100) feet i One-story frame and
improvements. Book R3, pe,o2:M.
XII. Lot No. 9, lorty (it)) by one hundred
(100) feet, in a range of lota on the northaide
of the publio park or square, record book
No. 59, part 2, pages 457-S. A lot fronting
the west side of the publio park, beginning
forty-eight (4A) feet south of Front street,
lying between tbe lot of J. K. Waddy oa tha
north and T. J. Morris on the south, being
forty-eight by one hundred andtwenty I4x
120) (eat. having two (2) two-story brick im
provements and also one (1) small tenement
of wood. Upon this lot there ia a trust deed
ot record. Sal subject to the-rights of tha
As per said decree, I will flnat sell said no
improved property, or so moon thereof aa
may be necessary for the payment of the
debts and oba'ges, and etate, county and
municipal taxes agaiast said estate; and ta
the event said unimproved protjerty doea
not realise sufficient, then I will oOVr said
improved property tor tale tar the payment
of the remainder of eeei debts ousts,
chargaa and taxes. This decree is made
without prejudice to the claims of creditor
secured ey mortgage or trust deed, and the)
right of tha estate in property embraced ia
such Rortgage ot trust deeds shall be last
sold in ease a sale thereof beoomea neoea
sary to pay Ih debt allowed.
At to time of the eale the guardian, M.
Gavin, may direct the erder in which tha
different apt ot tract may be gold, except
that the mo auraa-ad nronaet ia aa ba last aokd
.WMLUH , VM 11 ill. U U VUV
half (X) on DecemSer 27, 1887; purchaser to
execute notes with approved personal secu
rity for tha unpaid perebene money, and a
lien retained en th property to aeeare tha
deserred payments. Thi April , iv3.
.An h ILZ, " 1 1AM - J -
uuuu u. UviL.L.r.iM. viera.
Sy O. L. McDonald, Depnty Clerk.
John liluu. W. TJ. Wilkarana. H. C.
Warriner and Albert Sugg, solicitors.
lawi'N iRwn BiTrm-ii reb
Cav. A U. Tremoat. IS Madison
street, aiemphia, tenn., when troubled with
nuiouiness. J t strengtaeaea kiuteoneioil
like a new ereatare.
5 dlsom Strwt. Meamfkla, Texts!
ATT7LL tok of Wooden and atata
Cases and Caskets, Burial Kebee, etc.,
always on hand. Orders by Talesrraph W Jela
ephone rremptly atteaded to.