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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--THURSDAY, MAY 27, 18SC.
THE KKItiHTS OF LIBOR.
$ECOD DAY OF THE COX TEX
T103 AT CLIVELiSD.
Appointment of Cmmlttera Plaa
fur a Qrnrral Reorganization
Clevilabd, O, My 26. Ths
KnigMi ol Lubqr mt at 10:40 o'clock
thia mt rninj, ard at 1 o'c ock ad
journed 1 11 to-ruo tjw mornfng.
1 hs tirtt tusineaa tranaact-td wai to
admit the new deleft a, wbo mtr
not present at thi laitlieneia! As-em-bly
held in HamiLton, Oct. No As
gemb'y wai peimitiei t J berenremt
ed lhat was not represented at tte
Hmi.tjn conventi in.
General Mwter Workman Powderly
made an txtemporaneoDB aJdiesj, in
which he referred t j the orJer and t"
reaar'ab e r oa-tb, iia e'rikei and
boycotts HeadviBfd calmner.8 aud
juriiciooaneia in all the actions of tne
ht-nding crmrrjiiteea ireie 'hen ap
pointed cn laws, s rikes, boycotts and
me :e!at:oa of ihe order to all other
ordeis. . ,
Special committees wera appointed
on the address ii hi Women's Cl riH-
tian Tempfrrc Unirn unciaiBooj
the plan of Edward Noiton of Chi
cago, who, at yeete-dayV meeting, BUg
Kted a Mauulaitur.W Ui ioa.
To (ive all the ct intuitu et a chance
to gtt to woik the convention ad
journed, and ibe remainder t l the day
will re di voted tt the committe.
A plan is on loot to call in all the
eomrtiwioES cf present orjtai n re, re
issue soma and drop oihtrj. 'ihj in
judicious conduct cf many of tti
or, an zen, it is thought, has rausid
the orJer a gri-ht deal of trouble.
Inanaaraled lh Eight-Hoar Sy.
Chicago, III., May 26 -The 3000
pqcking-touge emp oyea of Si tney A.
Kent, who i augur td tbee ht hour
movement at tneUiim Mtock-y uds,
held a consul aft n with Mr. Knt to
day, at which I he latter agreed to con
tinue the eight-hour p'an until Octo
ber 1st. The men in ell tbe d prt
ments are to leto ve nine hours' pay
except the laborers, wro-u wagfa
were only reduced from SI 75 to Jl 05.
What ef!!ct th b aetfoa will taveopan
the other packing bouse employes is
not known. They bud al anntuaiei
an intention to return to ten bourson
ieuernl Mv tr nighrr Wng-ee
All Along tbe Line.
TtnoTOH. Mafb.. Mav 20 the em-
nWea nl a. 1 fin steam lailrotri run
nirg from Bo-ton, panicu!a;ly the
treiaht LanriltM, have bien quietly
thr-mpftlvts info Jo, al us
hies of Knikh's of Libr r. Ths
week a gemra! move waaniad in tbe
direction of higher WBges all aorjt
the lite under the ouncel of the
TCxermtiva Board ii DistiiitHO, which
caused letters tole sent to all the
large corporaiirns. Tbcsjlfct erarnve
hPMi revived witb c ur e v. No'iiec
have htea received from eeveial of
the rai'ioarls that the rfquet-ts have
hewn laid before the Boat d of Dir. ct-
nrnnftbe rente tive road', and lhat.
when acted upnnthe Kiecuiive Bjard
. will be not b-d.
Demnndrtl m Adtnnce,
Philadelphia, Pa , May 26. About
1200 iron workers in the emplov of the
KenHir on Mi 1b have demanded an
advance in wpg averpit g about '
rwr rett Ihn mils invo'ved a'e
Slephtn RohDinH & S W, Gaulbe t
MFnrlrnn A Cakpv's. Huches
Patttnnn'p, Marshall Br.s & Co'e ,atd
JamenaKiwian'1 & Vo a.
A meeting cf tbe n i l owntra
progiejs this a'lernoon.
Benaiu-d Ope attons.
Nnw York. Vav 28 Tt e Edieon
mulvnn worSH heci'i work azain to
dav fr ievernl e-k' idlenets, with
tnalm man. The roTii) n v refu' es to
abolish contract work, aod tbraa e
to remove it' nlaut to another city
sooner ttun yitld.
PiTTtBDBO, Pa., May 20. The stone
masons' b r ke aas comproa-iaed at a
ood f erence of contractors and employes
lesttightand woikwas resumed today.
to rin mat wri ten by the Church
Crm i.it le The purport f the'r let
ter at tiat they apoke cot forthem
eivta. bat lrito j ii'y of the con
g egition. Ti.t y demanded my rik
i, a i ion on the gronnd of ncgleitof pra
te raJ doty aod lack of iote est in the
wmk nf ma chnicb. This letter I re
relT' d Tnsday moin'n if lfat week
By the advice of friends, on Sunday I
gvea 'kitch of tbe cbnreh aa reiarda
ta mktoial and apiiitnal growth."
Toe church appears to have piosnerad
uonVr Mr. Scott 'a mioutry. From
published ir t rviewa tbe specific of-feoat-a
ag'nit Mr. 8cott appear to be
rigarptsokiDf in pnbVc au i riding a
b cycle. Ki thing invoiitg bia mo al
conduct ia fhagfd
FLaXS IX HIM FIHST lV4MO
1IIE HISSISSIPU R1TER.
THE LIKE BORGSE OUTLET
Report of Seaator Tan W)ckt fhalr
niaa of the t'uniinlttee om Its
A Proof or th UianaMl Ability
TUHt Mod HI in tbe Wrratcst
Holdlcr of III IT.
raa Tra CURB Or
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM mo NERVOUS HEADACHE
An Incident or tbe Home Rule Debute.
New York, Mbv 20 A special from
Cincinnati nys: lo tbe K g ish Houte
ef Common' ye t rdiy Mr. Trve'vau
quoted an all-gad remark of Mr. Par
nellto the efltc that he would not
rest until the last link tra'. coirncc ed
Ireland with Euglar.il haJ been
broken. M-. rii'nell demanded tie
date and p'aci t f the spef cb, eml Mr.
Trevelyan rcp'ied, "Uincinra'.i." A
reporte1-, looking over the files c f the
Onc'noai Commercial Gazelle,, found
Ihit Mr. Parniill dclivtred a flneecb in
Mub c Hall. FrMiy evening, February
20, 1880. The ept-ech wb repo-ttd by
J. W. Schraxe, odo of the mott rpid
ami tcciirate st-'noerapherB in tbe
United S:Befl. Theparagtaph referred
to by Mr. Trevelyan ia in the follow
ing words: "When we have ULdar
mined Enplsh mitgovemrrent we
have paved the way for Irtl md to tike
her plate amoog the nations of t-e
earth. And lot us rot forgft that th's
is the ultimite gcal at which all we
Irishmen aim. None of us, whither
we ara in America or ia Ire'and, or
wherever we may be, will be satisfied
otil we have dfBtroyed the last link
which keeps Ireland bound to Eng
land." Make HmK to Defend Yourself
If 70U live in a locality where malaria ia
prevalent, with a preTentive lhat experience
Indlcatei aa the moat reliable of medicil
lafeauarde HottetUr'e Siomach Bittera.
Entirely free from the ohjocticna and they
are valid onea-which attach to the mineral
alkaloid ouinine. it ia far more effective.
and ita effeote are not evaneacent, but laat
thoae of the drag. There are
nortinna of oar land and none more beauti
lul and fertile-which at no aeatoa of the
year are entirely exempt Iron the malarial
(oource In mob. realona Boatette: a t-tom
aoh Bitten haa sndersone a eontinnoua tett
for the paat thirty yeara, with reaalta which
have established ita reputation bewnd all
eavil aa a fpecial defense against every form
f malarial dlstaae. For blliouaneaa, alao
it it an acknowledged apeoilo, and it it a
potent remedy for eonstipation, dyepepaia,
rheamatiam and ao imporerished condition
ef the blood.
tkaeer Cbonte tlil MlnUter.
nmuao. Ill . Mar- 20 The Ksv,
Mr. HcMt. tastor of 'ha First Tongre-
oatinnal Dhurch of Evaas'oa, 1 1., fca
been atksd U resign. This be de
rlinea to do until there has been an
investigation of the charges agaiott
him Roo-aidin the ma tar, the Kev
Mr. Fott saya: "Our new church
hnildina wfB finisbed and dedica!ed
about a mon:b ago few night' ago
I went awav onathort acauon. lour
ing my absetcetbe Iter iskingme
Git. John G. Walker contributes
aa a'ticle oa the Antietam cairpi pn,
entitled "Harper's Fe ry aid Utiaip -bur,"to
the Jane On.'iiry. Frcm it
wequoU as folbws: 'The next dv
ae reached tte neigtiborhotd nf Frtd
rrifk. I went at occe to G n. Le,
wLo wee aldie. Aftr lit-tenaH t my
repoit be said that as I bai a division
which woU'd olten, pe-rap?, le or
dfridon dttaohed service, aa in-elli-gent
pifarmnce of my duty mlbt
teqaiie a knoaledge cf the ulterior
purpocct a id obj-ctt of tbe ta-rp ign.
'Here,' sud be, ira ,iog w ith his linger
on a hrg mao, tn nneoi ourcom
muniuations, f om Kaoidan Station to
Mara ia, taenos to rrea-nca. it is
tooi.eir trie i'otomac, and ii liable to
ba cu- any dav. I have therelotegiven
orders 1 1 m ve tbe line back into the
Va'ley of Virc;inia, by way of .Staun
ton, Harni nourg ana i. WlnthoaUr,
' 'I with you to ictoro tjthe mouth
oft' e Moi.ocayand efffectutlly de-B-r
y the eqne.iuct if tue CbeBBPcake
anUO. iic nil. By toe time lint is
accon,pi shd you will receive orders
to cooprate in tbe capture cf Har-
era Ferry, and you will not return
erp, but, af trthe cp'Qie of Har
per's Feiry, will rejoin us atJiagers
town, wheie tbe army will be Icoocen'
trated. My informaiijn is that there
are hetaen 10,000 and 12,000 men at
Harper's Feny aud 3000 at Mrjrdnt
liunr Tue a ter may escape ttaward
Cuiub rUnd ; but 1 think toe chftnets
are that tbfv will take rtfog) at !Har-
n's K.r, v and tie camureo. t
JidBtues the men an maceripi ui
aar which we eball cait ra at ma
pei'a F ny, ih pisitiou is reieeiary
to us, not to gariiaon and hold, hufj in
the bauJs ol the enemy it aould be a
hroak in c ur ntw l.naof cimmuntka-
tions wi h K cbmond. f
"A few days rett at iligerston
will he of g'eit seivica to our mAn.
IluodreilB 1 1 them are Da e-icoteo,aina
ueaily all of tbmi ara ragged. I nope
t get bhoes aud clo:hts for the moit
needy. But the beet of it will be tbalt
the abort dily will enable us lo get
up our stri-gg ri not siiaugleis fioml
a starkiig d.spositiop, but Bimply
f om inability m keep up with their
commaucJs I believe there era not less!
l ban from 8X0 to 10,000 ol them be
tween heic md Uaoidan Station. Ba
Rnlf r these, we shall be able to get a
1-re number of racruit who have,'
tiien accumula ing at Richmond to
B'imeweeke. I tave now requesle
that tboy be eet forward o jun ti
Hi v oueht to reach us at Ilngert tow
We el all then havea vey good atmy
ar d I e emi ing y added: 'One that
think will be able to give a very gooai
account of itself.
"'IntBn days f'om now,' he con
tinued, 'if tlm military situation i
tten what I confidently eipectitUa
be after t' o cpture of Harpers terr
ry, I s' a!l concentrate tbe army V.
Ha:ersiown, effectually destroy thai
Kfttimoieand Oho road, and inarcib
to thm roint.' nlac ng his finger jat
Hairisburg, Pa. That is the objective
poitt tf the campaign. You runafli
btr, no doubt, tae long bridge f tkie
PennBylvanta rail ojd over the S4-
ouehanna. a faw mi el west of Hr
ritburg. Wtll, I wish effectu
dntirv that bridge, which w
nhln the Pennavlvaiiia railroad
longtime. With the Baltimoreand
Ohm in our noasi saion. ard the Penn
svlvania railrjad broken up, Jthere
wi 1 remain to ilia enemy but odo
route tf communication witp the
Wett, end that very circuitotie, by
way of the lake?. Aftor that ) I cbh
turn my attention to Philadelphia,
Ra timore or Washington, .ks ulay
HAm best for our interests.'
"I was very much astonished at this
8nn uncemeut, and I tupprse be ob
rerved it. for lie turned ivo me and
" 'You diubtless rera"d it hazard
ous to 1 ave McClellan raclicilly on
my line of communiriiion, ard to
march into the heait f.)f tbe enemy's
country?" 1 edmitteif ih.t such a
timigb't had occurred 1)0 me.
" 'Ae ou fcqoaitrjei with Gen.
McCullau?' In inquired. I roplifd
thet we had sarved Vogetber in ihs
M.-xi'aa war under Gen. Scott, but
that I had stea bat u tie of him Bines
that time. j
'He is an able Rnera', but a cn-
t'OU3 one. H s enemu'S among n s
own ptople think him too much 83.
H s army is in a very dcmoializ d uni
chhotic tooditien, and will not.DS
prei aed for offn?iva ope ations or
he will not tb'rin it so lor inree or
fourweuks. B-sfo e that t'me I hope
to be oa the Su'quehanna.' "
Washisutos, May 2ft. Jenat r Van
Wyik to-day made a report from the
('ommiitee on the Improvement of
the Mississippi River, of which he is
t hairman, upon the bill "To make the
Lake Borgne outlet; to improve the
low water navigation of the Miesissip
ji river from N-w Orleans, to Cairo,
111, and incidentally to reclaim and
protect the valley lands of ibe A.isx s-
wppi river and inmnanes inm over
flow. The Dili is lavorauiy n'lwrmi.
Mure than Kt veara. the reirt cays,
the problem of the control ol the is
eixsippi river I as engapid thu atten
tion i f the people, creating constant
anxiety to the dwelle s in the vallev,
caiisiiig a gr at expenditure of public
and private atalth, wit pract cally
few I etiefi b, and to day the problem
is still unsolved.
TUB I.KVEK tVsrtM
has been fully tried. The ttrst levee
wa commenced in 171S. In 17"4 tho
panis'i (jiovernment issued ord ra to
build lev. es under penalty of con! s a-
tion. and the wort was continued un
til it almost bankrupted t e people,
parishes and counties.
The united suites naT given iiennv
0, 00,000 acres of land for this work,
and also, in :8i0, the states ol lmm-
iana, Arkansas, Mississippi and Mis
souri undeitooK to aid its progress
In 18."8 the chief engineer ol the
araty salil the river was leveeu iroiu
Cape tiirard au to New Orleai 8 on
both pules with enuiaiiKineius aver
aging four feet high, i nd the snnie re
tort showed more destructive over
flows than in the previous history of
the river. The facts appear promi
nently in tbe cnaineer reports. In
1874 thev say tho brea-s were too
nu t erous to mention ; that if the lev
ees had not been broken the water
won d b ve run over the top of t em
and that it would cost $50 OtiO.OOO to
build evees to protect the valley.
Tlie REVETMENT AND Alll'TMkNT SYSTEM
of the lliver Commission, curried on
at an expense (f about J.S.lHiO.Oixi,
have had equally disas 'ous resu tB,
aud $000,000 has bten ex;vnled
on tho Kails jetties, yet the overtlows
not only continues bur are increasing.
Such are the re ults of a century and
a half of exp rimetit and an expend -ture
equal, probably, to toor times
the p esetit value of the land in the
vnllv. The ietties were to benefit tho
commerce of New O leans and tho
countiy drained bvthe Mississippi
81 U US triUUiariUB llie cuammi "-o
to be deepened to thirty feet. The
channel iu fact is s arc-ly twenty-four
feet deeo. and the c minerce ol .'vow
Orleans has decreased iti7,OJf,O0O in
exjiorts and 53:',t 0i,()U0 in imports
during tho nit e years following tt e
completion ol the jetties, a compared
with the nine vcars lrec uing. jh
ft-.vil A im A ititwln.-, nt th Turn? or rnt'llu y Am rnrnm mnrr laiinc n. in ltniianB
Inland, wht-iv n lias lung Iwoo inwi aaa vai RhrlllI1Mll. N,.r.Ul b,iu, Musca1wKbs
nableromedy by the nalivea. . lautwa-W aitui lua, M. U.. t. Uiua. at
5tAROjv.W4 1 1" VhlSe cu? I Tn-OAUM. In c oi Hem.
JvWjwvw aher uigTixllenw t ni h u. e... M ,.rtrt m.n-iA...
ative properlii havo Ui-u tliiwiHUClily tratea. 4; j, trK,,,, vj u., Fsirtmry. IE
vSofY ,nk,, lnu-roally. and pn- ., Tn1AIJ ,B nd InSaa
.iVVy.Nvt dih- no un4csant CMk'W. IniAtorj IUiuiulu.m. xitli th T- n-ulte.
It contains no Opium or Morphine J n i-sut m. i. v.ncWooo,ll,
FOR KI.R BT ALL DKCO01ST8. PRICK OVF THMJ.AR PER BOTTLE.
A, A.MELLIEH. tktle Pw. TOW mr tit WASHINGTON AVtrwnK KT T.itn
SUGGS 5 FETTIT
! GROCERS, CO
And Commission Merchants,
COO nil 2a Front tit.. ff tnbU. Tm'
THE LIVERrflORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEl"T,100to 174 Adams St Mcmphlp.
N 2 EHi' 'n r Viw- n'. A h a'rJ lM t
AW 1SD PI.itlW.KlLL, alAVT-TjVKn.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumbc
Lath and Shinples, Fltxiru.?, Vflin and Cedar Posts.
A M.MtM A
II10N & HAILAVAY KU1TLY 1)E1'T, 220
(Suivtetsora In thia icnartmenl to JOHN M AN0UUB.)
a-W-lt( nt fnr information nn ANY TH 1 NU In olthr line.
Boiler I ra
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f7.s M If llll ! WKt At ""'
. ni- . ' Taajriafcn 'asB)SrT i-
tsrt'CENNOKI TO MEAI IUM II OB TON)
R. G. CRAIG & CO.,39Union st.,Mempt
WaioloaHlt) Hlrti Hutl rubliaiar,
Hols AranU lollowlni Flrat-Olasa tnstrunianui
At'll. MAHI.KN. V, n. PKASB
. a i un i:i t u k.
nam IN, I IUIUII WAKMKH,
AUO IOI I AKK OliuAa,
ar A NEW T-OCTAVB PIANO KOR Io.-t
Write for ntalnirn.. rVo. 9i nl V.WaHH STM MK.HtPi
At) DREW STEWART, Hew Orleans, ANDREW D.OWYNKE, Mr
OM Staml. No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
Fnlmer, Thornton & Go
this tiniB the e leetns, the reiiortsays,
only one more experiment left to be
t ied that is, open and deepen the
the Lake 15 n;ne out'et. By this out
let the w. ter of tlio river will reacn
the Fame ocean level by a run of t u
mile' which it now attains am r cours
mi? 110 miles. Tub fact seems the
only argument necessary to luh
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
ffliSE 4 GO
u -.! it
- I . A . ' niVi F.aaanja 711
MOST PERFECT MADE
IToparod with ep-inl roitanl to hoaltb.
No Ammunia, I,lnio or Alum.
PRICE CAKING POWDER CO..
CHIC ACQ. pt. i nmn
ti ri i KN t't'I Ll
restored the enersry and vitality of &M
W. Houston, Wamijhis. Tenn , hn wet
and rmsciated from chit's and fover. Una
botde caused improvement.
JOHN E. KAULE & CO., TROPH'M,
98 Second St. Memphia. Tew
FIUK D EKS & MACHINISTS,
V CA l .-,, n . nm.l 11 1 Iwl . TA 1.111 I XT IJ LI 1 M
i HKtiieH, Dollertt, NhwiiiIIIh,
Mrndfortl Corn and Wlu'jtt Mtltf,
Cotton Prewt, Cotton Wti.
Nhnninff, I'lillcy, --m.
NrrA'IAL aJtar't'lt We areprevared to till orders,
n ... , notioe, for the oela rated Meilurt Fnteul
Wniaihi I'nllej. We oarrj In itoek over
Two Hundred Assorted .-it. l.
isrlid for PnlnVytie si" Prti-1tt
NO. 856 AND 808 FBONT NTBKKT, MEM i'Hlfi, TES
STEWART BROTHERS & COHPAI
nmviN K-AirTOUH AM) C0MM1NN10N MERCHANTS
NEW Oni.KAlVH. I.OriM4r.
ADLEE BE0. & CO.,261 B1MN f
W. Ao GAGE & CO.
Mo. 300 Front Street, : 5feinplii, Ten
SHELBY STaTHM, MIS.
1 he Crp Yery Backward and the
Bo Halo Unsis Fear fa I.
IcoRBtaroxDixca or tbs arraAL.I
c. t- Mmo Miv 'S
Uniialn cnatii have been fearfully bad
. , , r ti 1 1.
on the low-lanus oi nusiipucupim
lntjlv. ki line a eood many head, of
Mr. Ledbetter, a merchant oi aii
mitnr Ijik. Miss., was Ditten dv a
kn vpstenlav. and but for tbe t me
i orrivul nf Dr. Rose, of thisi)la''e. the
hitp minht have proven tatal. He was
irottintr Alnnu verv well at lastac ounts
A nccro man and his wife became
involved in a family row yesterday at
Hushpuckena, resulting in the wife
cettine shot in the abdomen, which is
anuglvand painful wound, but not
neressarily a ser ous one. The hus
hon.l rlnimn it to have been accidental,
and iu consequence has not been put
Our quondam friend, T. B. Johnson,
"merchant prince" of Cleveland, Miss.,
was in town to-day.
Crops are very backward in the
neighborhood, owing to the very dry
Heott'a EmolNloB of For
Cod l.iver Oil, with HyoophosphrU,
in Consumption and Wanting D H
eases. Dr. C W. BarrinRer, Pitts
burg, Ta.. says : "I think your tniul
sion of Cod Liver Oil is a very fine
preparation, and fills a long-letl warn.
It is very nuei'ul in consumption and
ii in in mil.. ,n in
Manual of all Siseascs,
n, r. ituiriiiii.v, it. D.
ntCHLT HOUND IS
CLOTH aiul UOLD
itbt of raraarPAi. wo. rjimia.
0. W. TOM LIN. WM. BKNJKS.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer special Inducements In Open Buitlel
of our own mke, at Vii; T" BunicieB ol
our own uiake. at liat. All work war
ranted. Call before you buy.
mr Havlna dlnnnsed of our entire atock ol
Vehlcloa and the Manufotnrln leiart
nient to Messrs TOMLIN k UKNJrh, we
bespeak for them a continunce ol the
pa ronaire so lon attended to us.
r.RRTAOK, h IMHUWAHB (ItiMPANY.
LARGEST UREWEUY IN AMERK
Jos. Sciilitz Brewing Gompai
MEMPHIS BRANCH, WZE&KXS
S. ROESCH1.R. Agent, Mempiua, lenn.
Cholera Morhua, VonMtuig.
Coughs, Ool'l, iironeiuUB.
linadarllra. Sick II.-miAob, Vertigo..
llynpepaia. Jlllipue HtomHB....
Mupprenaea or Palnlul i'erloae.....
Whltee, too Profane I'erKid............
Croup, OooBh.l)ilBoult Bri-Atlilnt....
Halt llhroill,T.rT.lp.lA., l-irupt.oiia..
Hlieiiioatl.m. lU'JH'".? VJlJi.""
reter."" fn".v a..
1'llee, HUna or lieeana..............y
- - - s , i - vi n
l)l.".e ol "he Hert, PalPIUUon-IXH
bold bt ImHil", or sent .pmitpsld on ro-ipt of
fiCTTHfai-imKte' tnii.LMi-i'i-iuto.m.a ii-
itSr Will ay od lrlM for MOTEN, IM
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UN!"., "wVw SPKERS, Jar.
75 Vance Street. Memphis. Tenn.
WOODS & SWOOPE,
Carrl;. IIiikkIc, !!, NatldlemARrlcuHural
ImplciueutH uutl nacuiuery. ",
Doering Kcapcrs, Mowers & all Steel Binders,
n ' CHIEFTAIN HAY RAKES,
Ko 332 Second Street Wemphlm
r. B. AL8TOS,
B. W. (ROWKLL,
II. U. HAUBT.
IS I? AI ESTATE.
No. 4864, R. D.-Chanctify Court of Shelby j
county. Aaa Belby et al ra. II. J. Ho -lingl
worth et al. k ...
BI Tirtue of an lnterli-eutory decree for
sale, entered in the aboTecauw on the
6th day ol May.lSW, M. B. 612, p. 513, 1 will
aell at public auction, to the Birbest bidder,
in Iront of the Clerk and Master a office,
oourthousa o: bbelby county, Memphis, len
Htnrda7, Jane 13,
within legal hou-a, the folliwina deaoribed
proierty, aituated ia 6hlby oounty, Ten
nesree. to-wit: .it- .
ihe remainder Interest of the beira ot
Louia Belby, sr , deceived, In and to Iota 19
nd 20. of i.lock N, on tbe plan ot the nlty of
Memphia.cn Hoss aeenoe, north ofPoplar
at eet, each front'ne Kosa avenue ii teet
with a depth of 14i feet.
For fuilar desmiption of the above prnp
erty ref rence it here made to the records of
this Court. , , ,
Terms of FIo One-fourth rash: balance
In sit and twelve u onihs, recured by notet
with approved seouriiv: lien retained and
.....milium hnrrrri. This Mil? 21. 1HM.
A I. McUOWEt L, Clerk and Master.
H, H F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Ponton A Poiton, fiolicitora.
KHOwT'H "iRrtV ItlTTKRH WAN
ustd by Mrs. Kate tyephenson, 26 Pey
ton avenue, MempU-a. Tnn., in one ol the
niivt atubborn casea of chills she ever anew
andlteured. See rave it to her children
with itood reaulta In bowal disorder and da-lepaia.l
ALSTON, CROWELL & CO.
t-A M-t-rhfliita. nav.Coni OaU,Ba. Chop l'eo4f Vi-Jleait
Lin. , Cement, Plaster, Building and Flra Brick, Etc
Cnr. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Bow. Memphis.
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dftTlB JO TIM B. ! " W-t.
Wholesale Orocera, Cotton AJfiStow
And Commission Kerchanit,
232 and 234 Front St., HerapbLs, Tern
.eeacm 1MH ABO iKFTVUMTt.
Mr. I. N. KAUiKT derot.. hi. l CtU'
to nur charge. Cotton Wareb
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