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THE rESSIOJf BILL PISSED THE
Lofaa'i Snbstltnte for lie Houae
irbitratloa Bill Prcellir
t tie Boise.
Wasbimto, May 19. Snuiie
After routine bnaintas in the Benata
to day HDtor Hear gave notice tbat
to morrow mointrg he would call np
the bill disposing ol the AUbama
Senator Frye called up the 6'a!n
laland bridge bill. Senator Sewell ob
jected to its consideration daring the
Senator Frye moved that the bill be
'taken np, notwithstanding the ob
jection. The motion being agreed to.
conaidtrationof the bill wan piocatded
Senator McPherson moved an amend
ment providing for a tunnel instead of
a bridge, and epoke at length in sap
port ot hia amendment.
At 2 o'clock, Senator Mcrherson
ao. having conceded bis remarks, tie
ma ter went over.
The ppnfion bill was then placed
before the nati, the pending ques
tion being 'that of Senator McPher
son to recommit the bill to the com
mittee with inatrnctionrf to submit to
the Senate an estimate ot the expanse
tbat wonld be incurred by its passage.
S jna tor McFheiaoa'a mot'oa to r
fimmitmai lejected yea, 14; nays,
The question recurred on Senator
Blair's amendment tl Senator Van
Wyck'a amendment. Senator Van
Wyck'e amendment is to ad tl to tbe
bill sect ion providing that noro'dier
nuder this act should teceive a pen
sion tf lea than 13 a month. Sen a' or
Blbir's motion is to make the provision
rad, "Ho pension pain under any
law to anv soldier hereafter shall be
ra'ed at less thaa 14 a mouth." Sen
a'or Blair modified his amendment so
as to include Bailors', marries, etc.
feena'or L"gangave notit e that when
in order he would move to niaks the
anion Ql $6.
After debateiSsnator Blair's amend
ment wassgrefad to.
Senator Logan then moved the
amendment suygeeted by him to make
the minimum pension hereafter paya
ble nndsr any law not lets than 1 0 a
Senator Logan's amendment was re-jected-Lyca',
20; nays, 21.
The 'question recurring on the
amendment of Senator Van Wyck as
amended by that of Senator Blair,
Senator lngalla moved to lay it on tbe
The motion vu not aceed to, and
the amendment aa amended was then
HenStrr Baulsbnry offered an amend
niont providing that no money be f aid
- on pensions under the pend ng bill
till provision be made by law to meet
the naeessary expenditures by a tax
on Income, spedtically applicable for
On niotion of 8enatcr Blair this ws
laid ort.the table yeas, 20; rave, 15
3jntpr Logan moved an amend
ment extend ng the provisions of ih
bill so s to cover inn who served
three months, lie said ha personally
knew many men who bad served only
three mluthi who were as ranch en
titled tola pension ai if they had
served four ears.
Senator Wlr hoped tbat this amend
ment would be agreed to.
Tbe amendment was agreed (o by a
Senator Bii let offered s an smond
oient a nri.a slob for a service pension
for the Mexican ve erans.
To this tenator Oorgsr oflVred an
amendnient, excluding pensions under
Set a or Blair, In moving to lay S na
tor Batter's amendment on the Ub.e,
said tbe Uours bad a'ready rjan'd a
Mexican pention bill, which wutld be
preeaid in the Senate in du time.
Tne motion to lay ou the table pre
vailedyea1, 21!; nays, 17.
Kena'or Iogalls, in suggesting an
amendmeut to strike out the word
labw" and Insert the word "exer
Hod," expressed tbe belief that with
out this charge teachers, merchants,
lawyers r others who earned a liveli
hood bv Inttlloctual exertion' wonld
not be entitled to any benefit of the
Sena'otjBlalr accepted thsr uggcsUd
amendment, and it ai agretd to.
After farther debate the pension
bill pa el. Yeas, 34; nay, 14.
The baskrnp'cy bill was & befo-e
the Senxtt. and a(tr an lneflm tual at
tempt of senator Ruldlnbeig'r ti re
curs an executive bo si on, the Senate
Mr. Wsaver Nel., from the Com
m:tte onC nimMio repi.rt d a bill
author s ag t ' c niftruotlon of a
bridge soroes tl.e Miosleslpi I at Du
bmiue, la., IL use calendar.
Mr. Van Ki'on Mhs., from the
Committee on Pnblio Lauds, reported
back a b on its bU forleiUi.g reran
lands Granted to the H ate ol lows, to
aid in t'i cnnstrueiion of la lr ads.
Mr. Pibtdir fH. C 1. f'om tbe Com
mi'tei jn ! Law aa RfuulatiuK the
," JElectlorltil Presideot, re orted a j di t
Ks,ifntlot proposing a c nstltutioi al
. amniirlmeai creaiina aid drflulng tha
office ol f ocond Vice-Prea'dent of the
Untrsd r-taves. Houas ca endar.
. .lle H iuss thn went inti commlt-
- tire f the whole (Mr. liamtn md La .
'in the cbali) on tbe tier a' e am. nd
ment to h liouse post t til oe appro-
l)iLi Ba:on rohtinned at ronddera
kl U nfi. and wbsn smerd debate
.rlnMd tr.a committee rose, and tbe
Sear !. ' rle fr !
KAtiktr Lnirin Dresented lu tlie Sen
ta tn. ' m a aub'titnte for the labor
rhitmt on bill, which r eitly pa a
tho Honha a uitasura which, iu anb-
tnc. Movidi-a as follow'':
. For a Coinmlsaioa of A bi'rat'on, to
'be appoiuted by the Preab'ent by ant
witb the aavice anu con-unit
Sent t, to onsist of flva mumheie,
.ot m rH . nlrt t d from tbe K -rnblio
mn oririniia.ion. one from tl.eDmo-
ratin o n aitlon. rn' who re to
tm- n aid la a member c f eit cr
th ii ,,rn xttions.i.n frcm a r aa
of cir a na experienced in the mw
amine t aia ci ciaJoaKl a:
nudiulua transport ttion of prrpvty
ind pifseig m, tot in 'lis eup ..y.
to'tieel th cr iute e te 1 in sny
.railroad orporation or Company e i
vg i in business conceited i t '
tr.usro -t-.t; n of pjisors or roie ty,
and on ho Is ident fiel epc abv
with t lb r intere U, hw i g
kaowlwlH of he cond t ons and em
pi y roe t of t ie labor p-ole. The
persons iOHk-rising t e com
mission shhll De men I avin sunn r
tors lig-uee aa to t' e iiii'noid a '1
lab r i 'orevs of the county Ibe
counmiso ers aie ea l o rtteve
f ?M) yar eel ry, end ar.i e npo --
mer to rere'vs ftOO) each snd tbe lat
ter $1400. Tbe commissioners are also
allowed traveling expeoeet. It is made
the duty of thecommiisioners to meet
and organise at a9n as may be after
tre'r appointment, for tbe purpose of
bearing and determining aucb matters
and difference between iranspor a'Jon
companies, either by land or by water,
and their employes a shall be sub
mitted to them lor arbitration, such
aubmis loa to bs in writing and aigned
by tbe parties to the controveriy. In
all cares snbmit'ei for arbitration tbe
parties to tl e Sana are required to
sign aa agreement to submit tt tbe
award of tbe commbsinn. Evsry hear
ing and derision shall be in a nam
mary and informal way, according to
the principle of equity and justice
applicable to tbe circumstincei of the
ce, and eaih party aba'l be given
full opportunity to be beard
in perjun and by witness, and
shall bsve the riiiht to be repraeented
by counsel. Alter concluding the
hearing of any cont'oversy, the com
miisioB'thall make i s report In wnt
inu, with the finding of fact upon
which it is based, and a majority of
ita members concurring therein, and
immediat-ly tratsniit tbe same, with
a copy ot all the evidence, to tbe Pres
ident of tbe United States, who shall
make the report public ss soon as re
ceived. A topr of the award snail be
transmitted to the District Court of
the Unit d Stateiin the dittrict where
the controversy arose, and it shall be
spread upon ths records ot the court,
and hive the snms binding fires and
effect as a decree of tbe court, and
ahull be enforced in the same manner.
The commission ' is empowered to
visit any jlce where controversies
may ar so, and it may take testimony,
hoar counsel, and make ita dtcis on at
any place it may think test. It shall
report thntugii the press to Congress
the resul's of all investigations, with
all the UjHtimony and every action in
reference to each tontrovern that
c mes More it. It may require the
United Stak's marshals to serve pro
re.Hfl, and such marshals shall receive
the name f.ea as tbcv receive for like
services uixin process issued by the
United State? OoinmisMoncrs. Wit
nesses shall also receive the same fees
as when attending bel. re United
States Commissioners, but the ex
penses of aiy singlo erbitration shall
not exceed flOuO; the commisnion
shall no sons all such powers to ad
minister oaths, etc., ts belonging to
United states Commissioners. It
mav. noon any serious difference or
dispu'eon account of wages, opprea
sions or wronirs complained of by era'
ployes or employers, repair to the
place where such complaints arise,
and make a full examination and in
veitigation of the same, and report to
O ingress through the President of the
The commissioners, in addition tl
tho customary oath of oflice, shall,
noon anv case being submitted to
lliom. tdko nn oath to faithfully per
form their tut'es, which oath shall
embrace the declaration that they are
not personally interes ed in the sub
feet matter of the con'roversy.
The bill amende the act creating
the Bureau of tabor so that the Bu
reau shall hereafter be known as the
1) nartment of Labor, and the Com
missioner in addition to the duties
now required of him by law is required
to communicate wivn ine various ran-
and with all other companies engaged
in the various industries where any
g eat number of persons aro em
ployed, and ascertain the number of
employes, tho manner In which their
lalmr la nerformnd and its character:
the conditions, situations, manner of
living, facilities for the education of
their children, and tho relations of
labor and capital generally; also to
miike romnarativelista and statements
as lo the hours of labor of
the various employments; the
character of labor and the
compensation therefor in
the various European coun
tries, and to report the
res'ilt in tabulated and comparative
statements to the Socrelary of the In
terior, who shall report it to Congress
at each session. The total expense of
the performance of such duties slull
not exceed IW),000 a year.
Tho O 'mraissioners of Arbitration
shall hold their oflioes for three years,
nnle a sooner removed by the Presi
dent for good and sufficient cause,
which canse shall be reported to the
Senats witb the nomination of the suc
cessor of any of thum.
Mail Billed hj HI Wir ItaeClr-
laraouL to ths arraaL.1
llu.tA, Ask , May 19. Yesterday
bile William C.ark, his wife and a
fourtoon-year old son were a', work in
a cotton field near Hvdo Park, Clark
attempted to chastise his Bon for the
manner in wnien lie was aoing ins
work and had him down, choking
him. whan the boy s aiotlier request
ed her hnsband to let him up. Clark,
not compl)ing ns readily as she ile
Hired. she raised a c tton boo and hit
him on tne neati, tne snarp corner oi
inflictins a wound in the mat s
head from which be died soon after.
An Inn nest on the body was held tins
morning by JuhUo John L. 1 licks,
when the above fac a were elicited
The woman has loen committed to
iail. and this evening made a state
infill t vour coriespononienv corruu-
' : : i . i
nmtinir the same.
i na uircun uiun is runiuna un-i
nin. and ths docket promises to be
exhausted earlier than was at first
Hipposed. One of the most disgusting
and revol ing cases that ever black
ened the recorda of this court came
ii n for hnarine veat- rdav. and tlie de
fondant pleaded auiltv. The defendant
was a white man who was brought
from Island 60 to this place upon the
barge ot incest with his sisUir. He
u ann enced to five rears in tbe
p m itentiary. Clay Young, colored,
grand larceny, thirteen years ; McCain,
PRoraxsiosAL etiquette prewnta tome
doctors from advert'alng their skill,
hut we are bound by no sucn conven
tion 1 rules and think that if we make
a iliacoverv that is of bemHt to our
fellowa, we ought to spread the fact to
th' whol-land Then-lore we cause
tn he nublished throughout the land
ti, fact that Dr. H. V. Pierce's "Gol
den Medical Discovery" is the beat
known remedy for consumption
fnmfiila of the limes) and kindred
Oif.asee) eena iv ccma m vamj.-o iu.
Dr IHorre'a complete treatise on con-
... motion, with unsurpassed means of
self-treatment Address, World's
Medical Association, C33
Wain Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Athkms. Mav 19. The Chamber of
Deputies met to day and ailjourned
u til to-morrow w thout clevtiug a
ir...i,l.nL The followers of M. IV-
viinnis. the lato Premier, were pres
ent in great force.
90 Market I'raet. Tplephoua 717. Re-
tin. ti m ol pricts
(or la'aoia ct tho
TDE PRELLER BIRDER.
TAEI5Q OF TESTII01T IS
EvUeaee V the Clerks aad Porters
f tie Hotel The Ideatifleatloa
8t. Lotrra. Mo. Mav 19.-H. M.
Brooks, alias Maxwell, on trial fortbe
murder of O. Arthur Prerer, vu
brought Into tbe Criminal Court this
morning at 10 o'clock, and waited pa
tiently for Judge Van Wg?oner to
dispose of important casts on hia
docket and ra'l bia own. The pris
oner ma ntalna hia aalet demeacor,
and professed great relief at having
been alloa-ed by hia attorneys to make
a trut etstmsnt cf the manner in
wLicb PrelUr cams to hia death, and
feels coLttdsat tbat public opinion has
alreadv acauittsd hi no ol intentional
crime. All of tbe witnesses for tbe
State were present in a body and are
kept under s'.rict surveillance by tbe
Ih B. BURT,
present clerk of tbe Southern Hotel,
was tbe first witness of tbe morning,
and hia examination and cross-exam
ination conaamed the greater part of
tbe morniog. He tesiilnd t oat be waa
cashier of th hotel at iha time of tbe
murder. lie identified tbe priaoner
aa the man who in April. 1885. regis
tered as "W. H. Lennox-Maxwell,
M.D.; Identified a photograph as that
of O. Arthur Preller. who arrived at
the honsi on April 31. Hia teiti-
mony waa a repetition of ths facta, to
well known, of the intimacy of the
two Englishmen. Maxwell's apparent
'a?k of monsy, the disappearance of
Preller. tbe departure of Brooks for
San Francisco and the discovery of
ths bodv in the trunk.
During the cross-examination the
witness admitted tbat be lad 'no
means of knowing tbat tbe man who
registered as O A-ithur Preller did not
register that name aa an alias; hsd
or ire to the morgue after Prsller's
uody had been placed there, but could
not identify ; could not state positively
that tbe remaioa were mow oi a
a porter at the Southern Hotel, identi
fied tbe trunks, hat boxes, etc., found
in Preller'a and Maxwell's rooms ai
those belonging to the two men ; had
seen them together o'ten; Brooks
seemed evincing a great d si re to be
come closelv intimate wtta i'reller;
the two men seemed always on the
best cf terms.
j;um nam vow,
another porter, testified that tbe sice
frank in wbtcn toe poay was touna
was among Maxwell's beggaja when
tbe latter arnvedattbn hotel; us as
aisled in carrvins tbe trunk down to
the office ; witni ssd ita opening. He
desoiibed the position in wb'ch the
body was when tbe ttunk was cpsned ;
Ibe finding of tbe paprr pinned to tbe
lid of tbe trunk, reading : "da die all
traitors ts tbe great came."
E. WABBCN Or WORCKSriR, MAS ,
testified that hs was acquainted witb
the prlconsr and Preller; had met
them on toird the steamship Cepbe
Ionia: bad witnessed tbeir instruction
to each other; they seemed to become
very intimate, but tbe pritooer was
the more detnonttta'ive in nis euoris
to strengthen the friendship; Maxwe'l
navs it to be unders ood that be waa
a nhvsiciap. laving graduated with
honcrfrom aa Eoglnb. medical col
leoe: ha also professed to be an at
lornny, and stated tbat be had been
reauUrlr admitted to the bar. Tbe
prisoner Lad wriitsn to the witness
after they had both arrived in the
Uuitsd States, itaticg tbat be and
Preller were about to engage in the
cattle business iu Texa. The witness
had seen the remains found in tbe
trunk and identified them as those of
0. Arthur Pieller.
Tbe court then, at 1:15 o'ciocx, aa
journed for one hour. '
who bad chairs of tbe billiard room at
the Southern II -tel at the time of tbe
murder, was the fi'St witnesi of tbe
afternoon session. He Ustifled that
be had known both Pieller and Max
well ; tbey played pool together almost
every afternoon; Prvller being inex
perienced paid i or mon oi me game
and drinks, and in doing so exhibited
monev in lane amounts: whenever
Maxwell paid lor anyming it was Ren
erally with email change; the former
Beemed always to nave pieniy oi
monev. the latter a scarcity of the
a chambermaid at tbe Southern, next
took the stand. She recognised the
prisoner aa the occupant of room JNo
144 during a cart ol tbe montn oi
Amil. 1RKT: she was shown a photo-
sraoh. which she eid was tbat ot
Preller. whom she bad cftmsetnin
the priaonei'j room ; identified various
articlia found among Trailers ana
Msxwell a bagaage: prisoner was a
lets riser, and it was 11 o'clock before
ehs could ever set into hia room to
nerlorm her duties, but on the Mon
day morning after the death of Prttller
tbe prisoner bad arisen very eariy, lor
she saw biin in one of the corridors
at about 0 o'clook a.m. ; he appeared
nervous and excited.
DR. C. IIcLAIIE'S
nn Knns von nrr thr okvi 7r.
Oeea'erleila fe rnl In m i.r-no. wo.
Old roint Comfort, Tirginla,
TKR5JB for tbe eaeoa or lSW. bectanlat
Jane lit, reduced Xi to M per eeat, but
tbt huhett atandara of azoellenoe
fend fbr Uluirated dttcrlptlTe BarapUet
nBowi'aiaou niTrr aa causko
a 9 th. dvanenata. ahlph ironb etl Wn.
John B. (Ill ton, 8) (Jill ttreet, Mempbit,
Trnn lor nearly three year, to tpeedily
ditaeiiear. fha tinoerety adfiata all at-
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Mlnnctonka Ileach, Minn.
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month. Ulreuiara ana ra.i 1"J L
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Otaea Publlfl Admlnlttritor, Shelby County
Conrthouie, Memphit, Tenn.. April 16, 18M,
riAilK andertltned be nc been appointed
1 .nd auellBed adninitrator of tha eetata
of Henry V. Arnold, de-abFed, aotioe la
l lo .11 napioai Indebted to laid
eatala to roeae forward and tettle: and ta
tkoee te when taid eaUte ia indebted to I
their eUtmt with me, duly prohaUd, witbia
th. time preaeribed by Itw, or tbe aame win
be forerei barred. JOHN LOABtK.
Publln Adm ai-'rater.
KBOWira ibui niTriBita-
aire. A. Mull.-. No. tSH Mala ttreet.
Meej-ph't. lenn.. or rhillt and ieer. oiui-
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M JPoortoliil mm o1n
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I tnaa eaaalad at'
the mUdr and the contidert It tha beet
' Still la the mar-kef. with a foil assortment f
Aew and Uesantly-1 Intoned
SADDLERY and HARNESS.
209 MAIN STREET, t t MEMPHIS, TENlf.
Doors. Sash, Blinds. Flooring,
MwnMlna-. I.oth.. Mr
R. 6. CRAIG:CO.,39Unionst.,r,Ieinpliis
J. A. BAILEY.
33G Second Street, Memphis.
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GROCERS, CQTTOI FACTORS
And Commission Oerchants,
nnal 2013 Vront
aw ASH PLAHIHG-MIT.L, AVT-TAHH.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling ana ueaar rossa.
mtmm aa mTT -Tl aVl aU m TBTh
B. WITZMAJMr 3 Co
Wholesale Dealers and PuMIaherat,
Sola AnntJ loUowtoi nrtVOlaaa lmwaaj.nHi
ciot-J - rjtrrjrt.-xr
A TMH KBABIOM e
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aar A HIW T-0CTAV1 PIANO FOR iaw.-aa
Writ for nalalM. Waae.wwdaaWFCOTwPHTrT;WPWl
T7holeale Grocers, Cotton Factor
Anil Commission Morchants,
232 and 234 Front St, Dcraphis, Tens.
mnwiii AOABta am jKFFEBMoa.
m. t w lintT devotew hia whole time to tha weighing and aal of all Oottoa aatruUd
Mr. X. H. catua Warahoua, a5 WaaainiWa atmt.
LEE c? CO..
street, south ot tiayooo.
Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
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. E. WITT.
Q. W. TOHLIN. WM, BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomliii & Eenjes,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer tpeclai Inducementa In Open Buadat
of our own make, at tub; Tip Buireiet ol
oar own make, at 1120. All work war
' r ranted. Call belora you buy.
mtr Harlnf ditpoied of oar entire atoek ol
Vehiolet and the Manufacturina depart
ment to Metera. TOM LIN A BKNJhS. we
beapeak lor them a eontiouenoe of tha
patronage ao lona extended to aa.
CARRIAIrK A HARDWAHR COMPAWT.
fit.. T!iTiiiilil. Tens.
JOHN E. HANDLE & CO., PKOPR'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Tent
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Vmrlnea. Bollera, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mills
Cotton Fr38M, Cotton uin..
Khn.fl.inar. Pulleys, ao.
HPKCIAL SOTICR-We "prepared to til orderi.
nn to... notloe, for the oelarated J",1
Wrenani - v -taa. ti . wn
Two Hundred Aaaorted ..a.
t.na lor vailtioaru. n-r.-..-.
AOB, eJABlKK, O. U.
PKASB oft CO.
ah WAUII, CHI
Latest Nsvelties in Footwea?
FOR BPRINfl AND BVHMSR.
LOWEST P KICKS I
AOKNTS FoFtHI FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 13.00 Call Shoes
la Buttea, Laea and OongreM.
bob- Bluttrabsd Catalogaa and IMce-Llsi
Mailed Free on appllotioB.-
am. j. tiata
DB. D. 8. JOllflSOA
. 17 JaftVmoa Mrtt.
(Batman Maia aad Front.) WEt'I
E,tblub.d la 1MO.I t
umt iaurau4 a bt far lb rnoat aaj
aufnl Bhioiaa in thetraa'taantof priTit
..Mnii iM. Qaick. aaraianant ara
m amm. bui ar naiii.
Uonorrbaa aad Byybilia
and ia a f w daa withoat tha a of rn.r
n, ehaoc of dial or hiadranea froat
lm"iJ. Si.aUry SyrhUia. th.laaCvaa-
tii. in of marearv.
volaaiarj laat ifxaei atoppad ia thort a
lima. Bufiarara from mponocj t iu..
aazaal aara raatar a to rraa tkot la a raw
waaks. Viotima af a a-abata and aioaaaiTa
vaaarv. afleriac from ipormatorrhoa ana
lota of pbjiioal nd meaUlaowar, epaodila
ad parmananUy eurad. Pmtioalar atUB
tioa paid to tha Iifaaaa ol Vi tan, and
carat taarantaad. Pilot aad old torot cured
without tha ata of caaitioor tha knifa. AU
cflatulutiona ttr icily confidential. Medi
cine! tent by axpraaa to ail parti of th
ati-'vforkinirmaii eurad at half tha aaual
ratet. Orhee koura lrom a I0'.oc.-S
o ciocr p. re. u. n. jviiic-.-.
KKOH.V'N IKO. BITTt lt BI.-NE-fited
Mr. W. A. Bender. &3 fourth
treat, Memph'i, Tenn. whrn iuffrriat from
indigestion. He teyt he eeald feat an im
proTement every day.
tot i yAtt al w Court Place, now at
rqrolortr ooeau4 oa4 Wlj eoautot otraaHoM
ttiS DIWIUM WUi p TOT-!
&11 forma of rRIVATli
CHRONIC ind SEXUAL DIS
iMrau.torrnea ana uBpvwwy,
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Mifuiioa of :du. Lm of 6.IU.I hw, .. rcodeim
urri. taptor or anhftppr, r tborwjfblr we
Unit mdiUoT ffon uu .v.ltm; Ganerrne,
GLET, atrtcwi. Orobill, Bnl iu &uiunH
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miail parviu to my OOJ-. VM It I. loanmolcn
fl tho attr Ar- WMtiaeDt, BWdilllMO ooa a tut RrtTMr
tnd ufrly bj mull 1 mipnoo uywhMO.
n-r.ree unarasteM u avu jmamm
andortakem. , .
O.-tu-uluUuoj i.rMelr or or tetter frao iu Is.tol.
UhMto. wwo.hlo ud uMnouiioooiioi omouv leiitooiifiol.
yt WO PMOB, OMrt tO .BV OlM--Ot,
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PKOBATE COURT SALE
Iu tbaTown af IHrTllla, Tenai.
No. M2, R.D. John Lonaue, Pubtfa Admin-
Ittratoror oneioy couniy. ana at moa ah
minittrator ot Mrt. E. M- Bleckley, de
tested. . Maarie A. Brennan et al. .
BY virtneof deoree for tale entered here
in, April 27, lllt6, I will offer for t; le.
publie auouon, at tvui.i&n v xiiua.
Nil., on .
tmtarany, may ,
Ithin leeal hourt. the followinc detonbed
real estate, to-wit:
1. A certain lot eontaininv tnree era one-
hnlf (Sl4) acrea in the Tenth t; il Diatriet
of Kh.lbT eountr. Tenn.. in the neighbor
hood of Bray'a Station t Bounded on tha
norta by the Mate-line roaai on tne touin
by the M. and C. Railroad i on tbe eatt by
tne lanaa 01 r, iw. " aru, auu vu iu. on vj
the l.ndt of K. Read.
Ann the following lot In the town of Col
lierville, Shelby eounty,. Tenn.:
II. Avarnntlct irontinf on the wett tide
ol the publio park, tooth ol tbe lot owned by
T. J; Morria. and bain ene hundred (100)
fet by a depth of one hundred and twenty
(120) teat. , . . . .
III. A TWlDlllll WH I", wuhjumi(u..
ttreet, beginninf about one hundred and
forty (140) leet west of the intrrttction ot
Front ttreet with tbe opening wet of the
publie aquare, beyinc a front ol one hun
dred and teventy-tour fret by a depth of
about two bundrd and tweot (220) leet.
IV. A Tacant lot on the eatt tide of Maia
atreet, thiity by aixiy (30i0) lee . lying be
tween the property of Geo. U. Blair and P.
l--ray. . . . ... .
V. A vaeant lot on tno mw aiue 01 inam
ttreet. beginning about one hundred ana
fifty-eight (158) leet north ot tbe inter eection
of Front and Main ilroeti; tbenoe Perth
twenty (20) leet, with a depth of one hun
dred and ality (l&'l feet, running tooih at
right angle" with the ti mh line of laid lot
from a point one nunureu aim iwcuij
feet wett of the beginning point, adiftanca
of fifto-eight (08) feet, until it joint witb lot
N" four (4), (routing on Krootttreet.
VI. A certain lot commencing on tha
northwett corner ol J. W . and W . D. Koen
lot, in the town 01 voiiierTine, aceoea to
them by Leake atd Irby; running thence
north thirty (30) feet to attake; thence et
tail r..t to a atake: thenee touth thir
ty (30 1 leet to a ttake to the northwett cor- 1
nerot taid lot of Kotn'n tbence wet tixtysi1
(60) feet to the beginning point.
uoog, ou, pee. iji.
VII. A lot known aa the Orchard lot, da-
aorlbed aa : Beginning at the northeatt cor
ner 01 lot No 6, ob a range ot lott north of
ntiWio tauara ana ogpome ine in. ana u
K.R.I tberoe north two bantedat
lHflL innh.a tn a I'lhfl
tl enoe west
two hundred and twenty (220) feet in J. K
Waddinc'e eatt boundary) thenoe noath
two hundred and teren leet tlx (207S1 inebe
to a atate, which is the northwett corner of
John Lynoh't lot No. 11; thenoe cat two
hundred ana twenty iu; iwiw m, rwim
ning, containing, by ettimatioa, little orar
one acre. Book 72, pace 642.
VIIl lot ho. one (1), lorty (40) fret by
one hnndred (100) foot, In, a range ol lota
Not. 1 to 11, on the north aide of the put 110
tnaare or ptrk. parohated from V. Loake
beptenicer , 1001, 'iu lowru.u iu
ter't office of Shelby county, in 000k No. 62,
pngei 203. 2C4.
nno r..t. In . r.nire nf lott Not. 1 to 11 on
the north tide of the public siiuare or park,
purohased from V. Leake, December, 17,
and recorded in the regiiter'a oBioe of bhel
by eounty. in book No. 8S, page 476.
X Lot No. 4 (and part of lot 31, forty (40)
by one hundred (100) feet, and part of lot 3.
eight (HI by one hundred ( 00) leet, west ef
and adjoining iot no. " .r"
No. 1 toll, on the north tide 01 the publie
f arkoriquBre. OntD.it tot, 4s 100 feet,ra
wo brick ttoiehoutet, on which there 1st
trust deed of record, (tiale tubject to th
rifbtt of the mortgagee.) . .
XI- Lot No. 5, furty (40) by one hundred
(110) leet, west oi ana . ,, iimii. u. 1...
above detcribed, and foorteon (14) feet six
(6) inchet of lot No. 6. west of and adjoining
lot No. 6. (This is the tot on which Mrs. K.
M. Bleckley ree ded at the time ot her death,
being fifty-four (545-il leet six inchea by one
hundred (100) feet.i One-atory frame and
Improvement!. Book Bi, page 2:'e.
XII. Lot No. 9, lorty (40) by one hundred
(100) feet, in a range of Iota on the north sida
of the 1 ablio park or rquare, record book
No. M, part 2. Paget 467-8. A lot fronting
the west tide of the public park, beginning
forty-eight (48) feet eonth of Kront ttreet,
lying between the lot of J. K. Wuldy on tha
north and T. J. Morria on the touth, being
fort-eight by one hundred and twenty 48x
, 1 .wn i4i i.Atnr, html im
provements and alaa one (1) tmall tenemenk )i
Ol WOOO. UPOU tola iu. vu.iw tm .
ot record. rSala aubjeot to tha rights of th
"AVa'd deer.. I will Brat tell eald ua-
improved property, to much thereof aj
may be nccestairy for tha pajment of the.
j.k.. .k...u. and ftata. county and
muDieipal taxea aaalntt aaidetaUi and 1b 1
the event laid unimproved property doea M
Bob rcalita luOtcient, then I will offer tail L ,
improved property ior .aiv iur ww pa71u.no
of th remaiader of taid debt, euata.
ehargea and aaxea. Thit deore ia mad
without prejudice to the claimed areditora
eeured by mortgage or truet deed, and th
night of the eetateln property embraced ia
inch mortgag or trwai deeda shall be last
old la eae a sale thereof aeoomee neoet
aary to pay tha debtt allowrd. '
At th time ol the tel th tuardian, H.
Oavin, may direot ah order in which thai
different lata or tract may b told, xopk
that th nwatawed proparty la to be laat aold
aa above anted.
Terms ef Saie One-fouilh (Wi oaah. on-
fonrth (W on Deoeu.ber 27, 1808, and one
half 04 en Decem'ier SI, 18(ft; purebneer ta
cut aotet with approved personal teco
rity forth anaaid purchaee Baeaey, aid a
lien retained on tb property loaecur tb
deterred paymeait. Tata rn vt. I'm.
uuuu m. vuitit&n. viara
Tt. (I T. McTlnnald. Datintv Clark.
Joka Loaxue,.W. D. W Ukerton, H.
Warriner and Albert Bngge, aolicitort.
llROWi-N lftOX VJTTEBH CN
tir.1- .,lntj eir B. a. Onnko. Sufl Maia
atreet, Memphit, Tenn., ef a latere eat e4
chilli and lever, lie beilvet i it.
as Hakllaoai Strowt. ta, Teatl
A FULL atoek ef Wood.n and Meta
Cirji and Catketa. Burial Hoeea, et4u
alwaya on hand. Orders by Tlaraph or Iti.
phon Promptly attended, to.
ernJtO 'i pot aBecel.iy. a sr.! m'K
r.i)!iernd a ni(Sn.cr, the tw ior
i:U4 to try it.
remedy la the worra,