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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY. JULY 2, 1886.
DAILY lD WEEKLY APPEAL
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OALLAWAY A K BATING,
M. C. Oau.awat.I H Becnnd etreet,
J, M. KTiri. f Memphis. Tenn.
F.'IIDAT, t t JULY St, 1880.
TIIK MEEtlKO OP THE OAR AN
Nut IA I IO.
We devo'e a K'oit ileal of our rpace
this mnruing lo a counplole report of
tho proceedings of the State
Bur AosDciatiou mtctinfr held yi-K-txTday
iu the Failaml Courtroom.
But even our Don-profeeslonnl reail
rn Kill Buree with in t'iF.t it
il space well occupied. The address
of Mr. W. O. Koikes and tho pnper
of Judge Koee on the nccspwlty for
simpler and clearer methods of codifi
cation arc of wider interest than the
circumscribed limits of tho profusion.
Mr. Folkes covers all the legisla
tion immediately needed to help in
the quicker disposition of cases, and
he suggests reforms in rules that - will
greail help in the same dirtxtiuii.
lie eummnri.t'B the legislation of Con
gress at the present seemon and makes
plain the necessity for additional
Federal Courts, What he says as to
the permanent locution of tho Htale
Supreme Court at Nashville will
be heartily indorsed by all thoughtful
men, as will his argument for county
law libraries. 1 1 fl pays tribute (o the
memoiy of the late Judge ltixter, who
ho predicts will take his pluse nmorg
the great legal luminaries of the Slate,
Judge Rose's paper is characterized by
a scholarly research that is rare among
' the profession in this section.
His points are csrefully made, and,
resting upon hiet otic and contempor
ary facts, are beyond dispute, Judge
Kise should follow this paper, as op
portunity and time may cllar, with
others on the tamo subject, until he
makes a public opinion in his own
and surrounding BUI on that will com
pel the enforcement of his plans in
IHE MowMKMf II .IM.
The yote ol the Congregation
"Nhaare Kinetb," of St. Louis, sustain
ing the Rabbi SjnufHjheln iniys plainly
that he is light and the majority of
the trustees are wrong. The cong'O
gation iay plainly that they have
profited by the liberal teaching? of
one of the ablest of American pu'pit
speakers. They boliove with him that
the preservation of the racial and rit
ual peculiarities of Judaism are not to
be considered with as much reverence
as its ethical and religious inheritance ;
that the duty of a modern rabbi is to
"lead with caution and wisdom into
the arena of modern ethical civllliv
tion, and to preach to the cuter world
as often and as plainly as possible the
true prophetio promises of the clastic
Hebrew j'past." IV. Sonnescheln's
preach rig und teaching has not,
therefore, been in vain. His twelve
years of labor in St. LjuIs have' not
beea thrown away. Bigotry, intoler
ance nor cuperstitiou Lava been able
to prevail against and silence
him. A mun cf decided ability,
h UH-fu'oem is to be
purpetuated. In the pulpit he 1ms
graced tor so many year, bis voice is
t,be hfarl for many years to come,
a teacher strong in the conviction that
as the world grows it is the duty of
every Uacher li grow with it, t) be as
young as the thought of his day, and
always at the head cf the column of
marching humanity. Tin congrega
t'on otj'Saaare Emo'h" hAve done
well, because they have dealt justly
by an ab!e amlaconceientious teacher,
tlOKI tlOX Tllf. GRAVE.
Tri aceompllshed and irrepressible
political tramp, Gen. James K, dial
niB!B, la olo of those aggravating in
dividuals who insist on Using ailve
ling alter they aie dead and buried.
Ill the year cf our bleixed Lord,' A. D.
lisi, tie people of the Second Con
gcts'ouul District of Miseuaippl
buried him fa'hems dorp under a jios
t'lo vo'e, and instead tf restirg. in
peace, like a well behaved corr.se,
Oeu. Chalmers undertook to convince
thet inlic yesterday, thiougli the col
' times of I it old friend, the Mompiils
Aitkai., that be still Jivec His At
tempt to prnva hii exictence rm'uds
oue of a festive yauth by tbo iiams
Ariiuii, who oa corning hone lata at
niylit from a debauch held forth to
liuimlf i li u : "Am 1 Arnmi, rr
am I not A nun':'.1 If I nmiiot Amni,
who the d 1 am I ?" It is enoogb to
Tvriii tears from a cenotaph !o read
the dimal s'ory of this gbest which is
trying t) c-ot:vn ce the people that ticn.
Chslme s is not dead. In a voii a as
HCDu'cliril an the tomb, it talks juot
r uen. tiiu mors iuuci while JiviDg.
It lifts Uim whi'.e shrju !, stretches out
its cold, c'ammy hands, and in tines
augjcs'.ive cf hobgoblins, devils,
cprites and appuritioni, saja, "1 have
come f Jr the 'b iildo.erd,1 who' maJe a
cowardly aesault upon me in the dtirk
at Arkabutla in tbe last canvass,
striking me in the back with a brick,
while three others struck the fence on
each side of me; who at Nesbilta
and several other places insulted and
mal rratcd my friends; who burned
me inefligy at Seoatobia, and who Lave
attempted to outrume me social'y."
These a re the men tbe ghott has come
for. It baa never been discovered
who s rock Billy Tat'erion, and it
ill te still more diflieult to find out
who struck Gen. Chalmers with that
brick and threw others at hi in which
strack the fence on each s!de of him,
now that it ia known a ghost is in pur
suit of them, and, if caught, they will
be dragged ofl to yawning graveyards.
Theghaxtly specter shakes its bony
lingers at Gov. Lowry, and intimates
that he bai boiled and eaten his aged
grandmother. In all serionsners, tbe
people Lave bad so much of Chalmers
for the past ten years that bis Ague
has lost much of its grotesque
pictureeqneness, und bis views
and opinions op an political or
any other questions have ceased to be
of any intireet to anyone but him
self. Nothing he can do tar say can
refreeh bis ata'enrsi or renew bis worn
out variety. The country has had a
surfeit of iiim and bis woes. Cha'
mers served np boiled and s'ewod,
roasted and bashed lor so many years,
is too much for the moHt ravenous po
litical i tumuli. His last explosion is
nothing but a prolonged wall about
Chalmers. Instead of discussing groat
questions of stitesuiiuiBhip, proposing
something to advance tho gre Hocus
and glory of the country, he talks
about the bricks thrown at h'm, and
enter. tbe canvans on Issues aj email
as they are insulting to an intelligent
people. Gen. Chalmers has not tbo
philosophy of the yomen and chil
dren of the dim ages, who went sing
ing hymiiH to the stake, for in h's. ef
forts to enter the o-nato pilo of riri
at Washington, ha grieves because one
brick stru ';k him, and two others struck
the fence on each side of him. When
Napoleon sat pale and trembling at
burning Mocow, he might have talked
just as Gen. Chalmers does. He could
have recited the victories of the eagli a
of France told of Austarlitx, of Jona,
of Wagrain, of Marengo; but it was
too la'e, They belong id to the past,
and ambition had ruined the man of
destiny, and the mighty ruler had to
submit to tbe inexorable law tint
makes all men reapaa they have sown.
Cha'mers has met his des'iny io the
devious paths which he traveled to
avoid it. He could have dwelt on his
victoiies in the Shoestring District.
But the serpent ambition tempted
all his better self, and because the
Demociut'c majority in Congress
would not count him in when ho was
notoriously delcatsd, he turned his
back upon his party and is now
iratherlng thistles whoio the ro;ea
grew. The contrivances on which he
would ascend to power aro too rotten
to crry bini, and imtneuHursbly toj
heavy to be carried by him.
1'nllnre of J. A,.WIai '., Com.
J. A, Wiggs & Co., commirsion mor
chintB, filed an amignmo.H yestarday,
naming T. K. Boyle ass'goee. Toe
iBsets are as follows:
ort Olbinn Oil Worka m Il,i8 24
II. A. Mullr.lly Oil
Senneriee Utl Uo....
ini k Wood
Total Ii;i,2u7 74
The liabilitiea are placed aa follows:
P. W. Rowland, lec'y, Tyler, Tex 1,W0 M
J. A. WIim, ir., Mliiitaippl 2:t
Collier White Lead Co.. t, Louli.. 'M 41)
A. N. Hart, Lanclnir Mi oh Wi Ml
Okutt l'm-klni Co., KanK City... S 85
Wm, Foater, Brooklyn, N. Y 11 7
A.H. Taylor Co., olty WW
N O. Nolmin Manufacturing Co.,
St. Louia 45 40
U.S. Ilutii Co., Cincinnati 1105
llunh MoMhtiuiJi Co. New Orloana CO (HI
Hutjohinim Uroa. Philadelphia, 1'a. 77 50
Edward Hill, New York H76 Ti
A. Doll, ar.. Cleveland, O HIKI (N)
Bbtn A MoCurthy, city 4M 00
M. Hlanton m V
Charlea W.Barstow, St. Louii 17: (HI
oralii ttroa., ciiy 'XZ 4ii
First National Bank, oilv...m l.'.'m sr,
R. b. Cochran Jk Co,, city a t'v'
J. K. Hitnilall A Co., city W 75
F. h. Warner, oity iW 00
C. II. Durgon, manager, 1,025 l
Johntiin A Vance KM 55
The tint article in The &mthrrn
llimiat- for July is entitled "First Day
of Real War," and describes the bom
bardment of Fort Sumter, The ar
ticle is written by F. G. De Fontaine
and is illustrated from articles written
at tho time. J. M. Wright contrib
u t s an article on the old army en
titled "O'drime Service." An inter
e'ting article on tbe "Trappist Abbey
nf Go'hseruane" is contributed by
Morion M. Cacseday. Charles J.
O'Mulley follows this with a rnem of
unusual power, "Fra Benedict.
Richard 11. Museer continues
his account of the) "War in Mis
souri," and l'aul II. Uuyne has his
second paper upon Charles Gayaire,
which is devoted to a review ot his
llteraiy life. The s ory in this issue
is by Mies L. T. Cunningham, of At
lanta, entitled 'The Trice he Paid."
Dr. Felix L. O.wald begins a series of
papers on Southern summer resorts,
with one de criptive of "Oloudland"
and "White Cliff Springs." In "Com
ment and Criticism," James. W. A.
Wright describes Mr. Davis's visit to
Montgomery, and Henry W. Aus
tin dkciiH'es the recently published
poem att'ibutcd to l'oe. The poetry
of the number will be found very
much above tho average magazine
poetry of recent date, ihe fthvunc
is a marked nieces and is by far the
most creditable production in tho
magazine lino that tbe South has pro
duced axes lStiO
An t'nlnlllnK Rcniril).
Itrandreth's Tills cure dyspepsia or
indigestion, headache, pain in (be
shoulder.', cough", t'ghtuevs of the
chest, dijr.s'nojP, sour Munich, Lad
tvte in the mouth, bilious attacks,
palpitation of the b?art, inflammation
of tbe lung'. Tain in tho legion of
the kidneys, and a hundred other
painful p-) niv'ouis are the otlMpring of
dyspeprin no or two pills every
night for a week ate nnllicient.
is BsMovin by tub vt ot tocoAtuxa,
And it .stimulates and promoto the
growth o? thn hair.
TWrot t'fl Flavoring Extracts are the
THE VISITING LAWYERS TAKEN
OVER THE CUT.
The Doors of Three Mansions Throw
Open to the Members of tbe
At a little after 4 o'clock the associa
tion adjourned for the afternoon, and
found crrirgs awaiting them in
front of the Cusom House. A sound
ing bngle blat announced the ariival
of the fallyho coach, Col. Montgom
ery holditig the ribbons. It was
drawn op to tho broad banqntt,
and, by speciul invitation, the four
Democratic candidates for tbe Su
preme Court who were present.
Messrs, Folkes, Turney, Caldwell ana
Lai ton, mounted to its lofty seatB,and.
acompanled by Mr. Napoleon Hill
and Col. Montgomery, were driven
rapidly away np Front itreet, bead
ing tbe proceailon, the bugler
musically clearing tbe way. Tbe perty
stopped Dr3t at the navy yard cotton
compress, where they were shown the
manner of manipulat ng the powerful
machinery there. A tet made of two
bales set edgeways In tbe press re
duced thorn under pressure to one
foot, or six inches etch. The halt
here was very brief, the party taking
to their earring 48 again and driving
down Main etreet toGayoe.o, thunco to
Hernando, Heroaudo to B'alp, out
Ilaldon and Ksybnrn avenues tottie
eioant residence of
JUDUB T. J. LATHAM.
The breath of flowers perfumed the
air aod the green award, frc-ihly trim
med and (lot'od with rare plants,
spreading to the right and left, was an
earnest to the visitors of the elegance
within. The bonne was thrown wide
open, and in tho hallway the host and
hostess stcod to receive their r rusts
with thoir accustimed grace and hos
pitality. They wra assisted by Mrs.
Lizzie Gates, Mrs. Ilattie Sinipsou,
Mrs. I. F. Peters and Mrs. K, H. Ham
mond, Mits l'earl Neely, Miss Laura
Ktmljlph, M si Io Seuimes, Mies Jen
nie Sammes and Miss Betue Gregory.
In the dining room i lie sideboaid
blnz:'d with cut glass, the mirror re
floating a double tile of de
canters fillrd wi'h amber colored
liquid. In thee ntor of the dining
tabln lay a mirror framed with rare
cut flower.'. At ono end a huge punch
bowl furnished what seemed to be aa
inexhaustible supply to the thirsty
gueets, who dipped fiom time to time
info silver basnets piled up with de
ligh'ful confections. Tbe guests di
vided tbeir attention between the de
lights of the physical and the menial
man, moving from dining to reception
room aud back again. 1 he fair hands
of tbe ladies bsivded tho enke, poured
the wine and Hashed wit and repartee,
and a more delightful half hour could
not have been spent than that which
ceaeei when the party resumed its
drive, the rex s opping place being
the itsidcnce of the
HON, .DUN OVBRTON, .IB ,
on Union avenue. At the first warn
ing note of the uniformed bugler of the
tstilyho, tho greit gates swung wide
open and tbo carriages swucg i, round
the broad graveled drivo, under the
drooping branches of magnificent for
est trees, to the door cf tho stately
residence. The puests wera welcomed
by Mr. and Mra. Overion, Mrs. W. C.
Folkes, Mrs. Latham and Mies Kate
Wright, and after a few moments
spent in the handsome parlors the
way was toon found to the
dining ruum, wlifie the iuceesaui;
popping of corks, the tinkling
of ciuBfes nnd the tippling of hughtor
marked tbe merriment of ono of the
most joyous, light hearted and in
formal of gatherings. By this time the
Blight air of constraint which bad been
naturally exhibited in the beginning,
bad worn completely away and the
woodland rnng wben tbe beads ot the
horses were turned in the direction of
tbe hospi'nble mansion of
COI,. H. A. MONIOOMBBV,
on the Poplar street turnpike. Tbe
drive occupied but a few momenfs.and
it was at onre apparent to those who
know tbe spirit of the gallant Colonel,
that he had made bis usual determina
tion to dianenae a roval hosnitalitv
S worthy of the occasion. His daughters,
Mrs. Julia Doyle ana Mrs. uobt. Jones
were assisted in the reception bv Mr.
S. P. Walker, Mrs. T. B. Treaevant,
Mrs. Thurnian, Mrs. W. D. Beard,
Mrs. L. B. McFarland and Mbs Katie
Tnomrson. Tbe handsome interior,
which Is pethapB better fitted for en
tertainments than any in tbe city, was
thrown open, affording the most per
fect fieedom of movement to the
gues'B, and they were soon lost
in the unrestrained enjoyment to
which everything seemed to invito
them. The dining table was a bed of
cut fiowera of every buo of the rain
bow, and so little room was left for
the accommodation of the bottoms of
glasses that the hands of all those who
had before been rigid teetotalers were
railed into requisition and between
thoir thumbs and forefingers their
delicate crystal stems teemed to tit in
in tbe mort natural manner possibK
Col. Montgomery made a brief ad
dress, whoso burden vtas an exhoita
tton to drink and be merry, and, it is
needleas to say, it was accepted.
Mr. Lep Lehman was made master
of ceremonies, and happy speeches
were made by Messrs. II. M. Wiltss of
Chattanooga, II. II . Lurton of Clarks
ville, I', M. Roee of Little Hock, P.
Turney of Winchester. W. C. Folkes
of Memphis, Judge Rahm of Fast
Tennessee, and many otherr.
Jndge Walker upheld the dignity of
the bar in a little speech, concluding
with a glass to "Our Toast," which
convu'sed the paity. Mr. Wiltse ad
mitted that Memphis was a laTgerclty
than Chattanooga; that its Indus were
the handsomest, and declined to elim
inate himself by admitting that he
Wis a married man. Ue was
covered with flowers by the la
dies. Judge Turaev said be was
a writer rather than a speaker,
and must be given time to prepare his
manuscript and commit it to memory.
He at lest withdrow under the plea
tint one of his age could scarcely be
expected to epeak in public on the
stage. Col. Folkes declared that Judge
Tuiney need not expect to immortalize
himself by writing opinions. It was
the delivery which counted. But he
admitted that if the young nominees
reached their seatB t.ity would have
to do it by clinging to the skirts cf tbe
old judge a coat. Judge Kill: in wanted
the iRilie' and gentlemen to ineist upon
eeticg Maj. Luitm in order that
they might judge whether or not the
poitra't in tne Nashville -4iHfrcan was
corroit. Msj. Lurton was brought out
beforo the company and said he al
ways suspected that the publication of
hia poitrait was a ru?e of tbe enemy
and now ho knew it, as a defeated
nominee of the Republican conven
tion had tried to use it on him. The
rartv wtm driven back to the hotel at
8utcribc lor tbe "AppeaL"
Closiho) prices of August options at
Chicago ye terday : Pork, $10 27 J ; lard,
$6 70; clear lib side;, J(15; coin,
cKJJc; wheat, 7fic; cas, 20Js.
VrsiTOBS )n 'Change yesterday : H.
H. Alexander. Irwin Alexander, Au
gusta; 'LI White, Mifsitsiopi; Mrs.
F. M. Kels: n, Mm. Wm. Thomas-, Miss
Miriam Na od, M'ss Maiie L. Nelson,
Mint Ciriiat) Xi'eUuu, MUs Alice
Tutler, citj ,
Th elevator companies of the St,
Lonis market gave notice ye terday cf
a redaction cf tbe charges for storage
on wheat, oars and rye io one cent per
bushel lor tbe first ten riavs or pait
thereof. Tbe same reduction will bs
made in the rates for tbe storage cf
corn after July 31st.
Memphis Merchants' Exchange
Quotation Committees for July: Gro
c ries and Provis'ons A. B. Tread
well, chairman; C. O. Hein, C. L.
Ficklen. Produce -M. K. Carter,
chairman ; L. Erb. Grain It. 8. Tay
lor, cba'rmao; B. L. Bridges. Flour
G. T. Maye.chairman ; J, M. Williams.
Cottonseed. Produits M. Katz9n
hrrrfcr, chairman; J. A. Johnson, L.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, atrongth and whokuomeneaa. More
eoonomioal than the ordinary kinds, and
ran not be Bold in oompetitlon wi'.h the
multitude of low test, short weight alun or
phoaphate powdera. Hold only ini. KotaL
toTj Pri On.. I"" W-fl . W.Vr.b.
FINE Jeraoy Bulla, at a bargain. Ad
d roaa Joaoph (Joodinnn, llornnndo, Mi'a.
HORSE A (tool aaddle nndharneaa horae,
aiiituble tor a lady toriue or drive; also
Dog Cart and ttarnnaa.
V. R. SMITH. He'nitndo Curve.
C10V8-Tio Bplondid milk and butter
J Jeraoy nowa. Alao, a pair PEA FOWLS.
Apply at SIS Main atrcet, or northweat cor
ner of Kayburn avenue and Jaokaon street.
B. W. IONH.
TRANSFER BOAT Aa aha lies at Little
Hook, Ark., the tranafor boat I1AKOLD
B.. 115 foet lcmit lonK,2i) fret wide, 3 foet
hold: good engine and (ire-box boiler; can
be altered Into a ferryboat at auiall coat; ia
in good condition, and will be sold choan.
Apply to Little Rook and Fort Smith R. W.
Co., Little Hook. Ark.
C10W8-P0NY.-2 Rood aodimated milch
J eowa one, a half Jeraey; and a gentle
pony; can be aeen at 140 Union atreot
IS. (J. ROBINSON.
SIX SECOND-HAND PIAN08-Atl60, 17r,
8100, lliri, 81S0 cash or installments.
Also, one Chickering Bouare ftrand.
0. K. II0UCK A CO.,
Sfl'.t Main atreet.
ELEGANT BRICK RESIDENCE On
Vanoe atreet corner lot. AddreM
I... Anneal offioe.
PIANO A Ine pino, mutt be lold at
once. CbU at liit Desoto atrcet.
GROCERIES. ETC. -Having eoncluded
to quit the grocery part of our buaineai
our entire stock ol Groceries, Fixturea,
Draya and Muloa are for sale. Anyone wish
ing to go into the wholesale arooery buaineaa
can secure a bargain by oalllng on
KCKERLY, ST0NB A CO.,
No. '1 Front atreet.
OARDINO-H0USE AND SALOON At
140 Front, cor. Bachange. Apply there.
a w. liAKUKM. Ashlar, d city, xenn.
dOfWl WILL BUY a new baaineaa tor
WAJJ the titate of Tenneaaee, Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
cash proflta at once: a monopoly fully pro
tected. Parties wishin" a good buaineaa ad
dress MANUFACTURER, this office.
AT H WPOKT N EWS, VA.-1000 lota, SCO
t..t water fron t, 40 feet deep. For full
Information address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Ma.
J. F. U0LST & BR0.
(SUCTEHSOR8 TO G. H.HOL8T A BBO.
330 .MAIN ST., MEMPHIS.
A FULL aa i complete itock of Wood and
Caaketa aud liurlal Robes always en
hand. riOrderi by telegraph promptly
ON the 1st day of May, 18Sfi, the firm of
OREER A ADAMS, Attorneys, was dia-
lolred by mutual eonaent.
.T. M. OFEKR,
r. adaus. LtraiKCi hub.
Attorneys at Law,
No. 10 Hadlsoa fit., Meinptala, Teaaa.
Practice In the State and Federal Courts ol
Tenneaaee. Arkansas and Mia-iaaippi.
Strike the Iron While It's Hot
In order to move onr Immense stock we
make the toiiowing oner :
Oood Straw flats at 25c, 50o and We
Extra Fine Straw llats at... .41, $1 5, II 60, ti
Small Straw Bonnota, all oolors Wo
Extra Wide Brim llats, for country ...2fo
Beanlifnl Rosea, all colon, per dosen 40c
Violets, per doaen 6e
Buttercups, per doien 10e
Carnation Pinks, per .)?! ..1n
Elegant Bunche of Flowers ae
Kxtra Fine Bunches of Fiowera 6i'o
Imported French Fiowera from II to e"i
Oalrlrli 'i'la (3 tn buurh) tor ...,33c
Fruits, Leaves. Steins, all kinds of ma
teriel to make Artificial Fiowera.
Itrtdal ami Mourning Outilfg
The Finest Aaaortment of DOLLS in the city.
lint Healiniwil, Kraihera Cleaned,
S'j-ca! wiitl t'lirlctl.
f HSITH B' WASH by the imall or
. IllfS 0 f tllty of Milliaery,
tfr'sjf f- 6-wt hands in the city, give
ei iyncta.-utuan to It, and we defy com
peiHion in that line.
Lxecntor's Male As Eiecntor of tbe
estate of the lata Mrs. Kate Donnelly, I
will sell to the higheat bidder, for c-h, her
HOUSEHOLD and PERSONAL EFFECTS,
at 307 Poplar etreet, Taewdaj, J wiy ,
at 10 o'olock a.m
JAMES REILLY, Exeoutor.
A. M. Rt'ddsrd. AoM nsppr.
DOH-A larre black Newfoundland bitch.
The Under will be reward-d by return
ing hor to No. fW Kx'-hnnce street.
r ADY'S HAND-BAG Owner can have it
Li by oa! ;t itlm Adams itreft.
NR BAY MARK About eight ysars old.
neturn to loi looney itreet.
S. H. HAYNES.
BAY MARE MULE From C. F. Smith,
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
about eight years old, flftoen hands high;
mane recently trimmed. Bring to F. A.
.Tones k Co. 'a arable and be rewarded.
A TAN Alligator-skin Pocketbook, either
at or near Menken's, containing a tew
dollars, but other useful artiolei
MKBM. iT ANDREWS, Peabody Hotel.
EAL RINO-With initials "J. S. A."
MENKEN A CO.
DAY BOOK And Block of Billheads.
The finder will be rewarded by leaving
it at the offioe of the Hl'KCTA'lOK,
tUn Second street.
THE partnership of JOHN R. and WM.
. 8. FLIPl'IN, aa Lawyora, waa ditaolved
by mutual conaer t January 1 , lH.il.
C. A. addreaa F. A., in strict confl-
. donee, No. 1 Broadway, New York.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 8W. TUOS. OUBBINS.
KOO.US AND BOARD.
ROOM A nicely furnlahcd front room,
southern esposure: firat-olaas tuolo
board. Apply at M Mud son street.
RONVS-With or without board; torun
reasonable. 140 MADitON ST.
R00M8 AND BOARD-Desirable rooms
and board at 72 M idison atreet.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
larga dreaaing-rcoin, and ithors aa good as
oan bs found in the city.
75 UNION ST.
2T. JAMES HOUSE-Oor. 8eoond and Ad
O ami sta. Room and board 15 per week.
Day hoard 14 per week.
DOOM Furnished room, with or without
board, at 119 Court atreet.
BOARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS STREET.
' NICE Rooma, furnished or nnfurniahed,
1 with or without board, at 137 Madison at.
TWO large nnfurniahed rooms, with or
without board, at 69 Madison itreet, cor
NICK COTTAGE Three rooma. on Col
lege atreet. noar south gate Flmwood.
Apply at 36 Union at. JOS. LKNOW.
DESIRABLE HOUSE- Convenient to busi
ness. Apply to Dr. WESSON, 243 Main.
-1W0-ST0RY FRAME 17 Turley street, in
good repair. Cull at 32fl Front atreot.
1THE new and nice Wilton Cottage, on
Waldran avenue, and other residences.
L B. EATON. 12 Madison.
2 ROOMS and kitchen, from August 1st,
furnished or unfurnished, at 13H Her
nando St.; references.
233 POPLAR ST.
iOOMS With privilege of cooking itove,
at no. zu tiinoen street.
Y RESIDENCE 109 Vance street, from
tne isi or Deptemoer. Apply to
DR. OVERALL. 381 Main at.
OUSB 75 Adams atreet, corner Third,
Irom July tat: eignroen rooma.
JNO. W. CURRIN.19 Madison at.
ROOMS A suit of rooma in Masonic Tem-
pie. Apply to BUN F. PRICE.
OUSES 318 Poiilar stroet and 138 Ala-
uauia eircei. Auiuirooi
JCHN KEEP, 320 Poplar at.
f?OOMS Furn!;hd, ;!.2s!s or en laiic, at
JTV 138 Madlaon at. References required.
COTTAGE With seven rooms, near street
car line, at 2U per month. Ajtplyto
U. F. DIX, 2M7 Second it.
OTOREUOUSE-No. 9 Union atreet, with
O new ootton-room, t0x35 feet.
E. E. MEACHAM.
C10TT0N-SHKD Corner of Union and
J Third stretsj, E. E. MEACHAM.
RESIDENCE For three or lix months,
my residence in tbe city of Fort Smith,
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the most desirable
part of the city Good well of water and
hydrant in the yard; house furnished with
gas; near atreet-ear line; every convenience
of a home. Address
R. D. BEALS,
Fort Smith, Ark.
HOUSE A new double-tenement honse, 4
rooma on each side; nicely finished;
large yard; in fact, all conveniences, on
Ross avenue. Good cistern. Apply to Mra.
K. Cuinlan. 13(1 Manassas st.
110 GIVE A WAY A few loads of manure,
. at J. L, HALL'S STABLES,
55 Union ttreet.
COTTON STORAGE Mrchanta desiring
V J cotton itoraae for another season wi'l do
well to address or call at Merchant! Ware
house, If 5 Jefferson St.; warehouse Al, and
the best of city relerencea givn.
BOARD AND ROOMS-In a atrictly pri
vato family, centrally located, board
and rooms fora family of four: a good table
necessary. Address immediatelv.
BOARDER, this office.
EVERYBODY To call and see the cele
brated Gypay Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar,
ROFITABLE employment for ladies at
thoir homea. Jewel Mfg. Co., 250 Main.
RELIABLE PARTY With small capital,
to take charge of a good paying and well
established business. 25, Appeal office.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That I will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty dayi for II 50. .
243 Main areet.
I ADY AGENTS For Mra. Oampbeil'a
J-i New " Tilter "a Tllter, Bustle, Hoop
Ikirtand Underskirt combined. Hoops can
be removed and akirt Iaundried. Adjusta
ble to anysiie. Ve'y fashionable, and Belli
for 12 to every well-dressed lady as soon as
hown. Agents double their money. Also,
a loll line of new tarnishing goods for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E. 11.
CAMPBELL A CO., No. 484 West Randolph
Itreet, Chicago, III.
WELL FURNISHED B BD-ROOM W Ith
bath privileges ; will pay a good price
for something nice. For an interview, ad
dress.cere this paper. A GENTLEMAN.
AN EXPFRJENCED COTTON MAN
Controlling good European correspond
ence, for a PARTNER; all Eastern and
Southern connectionf made; business East
met season ten thousand bales; location beat
own in Mississippi. Relerencea required
and given. Addreaa S. B. S.,
care Hermitage Club. Nashville, fenn.
3 STONE CUTTERS-On building work;
will pay good wages to No I men : none
others need apply. F. Qt lGLEY,
4!i2 Main atreet.
ROOM -By gent. 1st of July, furnished
room, with or without board. Addreaa
JA pooa! office.
C CLASSES In embroidery and art needle
J work are new being formed under the
auperviaion of Mra. Samuel May. All the
newest stylej of decorative fancy work and
material. Stumping and embroidery to order
MAN to take an office and reprosent a
manufacturer; Mi per wcok; email
capital required. Addreai., with stamp. Box
7(1 Vet Aclon. .Ma-B.
SALESMEN In overv State in tho Prion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING KSTALLISHMENT having several
SroiAi.TiH tliatare popular and oasy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in conneotirn
with other roikIs. Addrei-aTHE WM. B.
lRir!F MANl'Ftl. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
LD GOLD ft FILVHil-Forcofh or ex
hang. .MUhr UK (, Jcwfier. j'.' jram
2M il W i MbAKV TO All ENTS Ad
JSLUUU dress at once, PR. SCOTT'S
hLttiniit muul'3, jha uroauway,
York. The only gen uine.
A V In AvurU ,.i.lli.n aI'Oi. hi rff
XA. fortwo New Books, just ready. Sr-gcur.
mRHS to men ot experience capaoie oi un
iug a large torritory. State experience, aire
and territory wanted. CASSKLL A CO.
(limited!. H22 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born atreet, Chicago.
uHOlLL BROTHERS 1 00.
AVERY aad MITCHELL
HANDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC.
No. 2355, R. D Cha- oery Court of Shelby
County C. W. Uarbert, administrator,
vs. L. S. Bond et al.
IN pursuanoeof the terms of a decree In
the above stated oanee, I will, aa Special
Commissioner, prooeed to sell, at publio
auction, to the highest bidder, at the south
west corner of Main and Madison streets, in
Memphis, Tenn., on
lanilay, 131 h day or Jnlw, 1888,
the following deeoibed real estate, in Shelby
county, namely: Lots Nos. 4 and 22 of the
Uarbert subdivision, as made in the case ot
John Uarbert va. R. A. Hicki et al, lately
pending in the Second Chancery lourt ot
Shelby County, to which reference is made.
Lot No. 4 ol said subdivision, fronting 81
feet on south lido of Jackson street by 150
loet to an alley
Lot No. 22 of said subdivision, frcnting SI
feoton north Bide of Alston avenue by 150
feet deep to an alloy.
Said property will be sold on the fallowing
terms, namely: One hilf of the purchase
money to be paid in cash and the balance on
a credit oi six months from the date of sale,
the purchaser to exocu'e notes with app ored
personal security for the deferred payments,
and a lien to be tetainod on the property sold
ns a further security, tho notes to draw in
terest from date
I reserve the right of making one bid on
each lot so'd.
Sale to begin at 12 o'clock noon.
C. W. UARBERT,
It 23 AX. ESTATE.
No. 504f, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. State of lenncasee vs. L.
Cobb et al.
Bi virtue of interlocutory decrees for Bale,
entered In the above cause on the 2ith
day of June and in h day of Noramber, 1885,
M. B. 48, p. 560, and M. B. 60. page 111. I will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Master's office,
oourthouse oi Shelby oouuty, Memphis, Ten
(atlirdHT, Jnly 24, 1886,
within legal honrt, the following described
property, situated in Shelby oounty, Ten
Lot 8, block 59, fronting 50x170 feet, south
side ot Georgia street.
Part lot 1, block 41, beginning on routh
aide of Vance itreet 80 eet east of the corner
of St. Martin atreet; thence east with Vance
street 70 leet; thence south (io feet; thence
west 70 foet; thonoe north 60 fcet-to the be
ginning. Lot 19, block 64, beginning on the west
side of Hornnndo street at northeast corner
of said lot; thence cstwardly with the line
of J. M. W ilaon's lot 16 foet to tbe eiat line
ot S. Mosby's lot; tbenoe south with said
line 21 feet; thence eastwirdly with Henry
No an's line to Uernando atreet; thence
north with said Btreot 21 feet to the begin
ning. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months,
note bearing interest, with security, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 18, 188S.
S. I. MCDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
ry II. F. Walah, Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. H. A C. W. Heiskell, solicitors.
No. 6322, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tennessee for use. etc.,
vs. Mary K. Ashford etal.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above cause on the
lit U7 Gi J-UWMII W' ' . "V, -.a
637, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, in front ot the Clerk and
Master's oflice, courthouse of Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., oir
Satardnw, July SI, 18841,
within legal hours, the following de
scribed property, lituatad in Sholby county,
Tennessee, to-wit: The south part of let 5,
block 38, fronting 35 feet on the east aide of
St. Martin street by a depth of 21M feet, said
lot being 150 feet north of Linden street.
Terms of Bale On a credit of lix months;
notes with security, bearing intereit, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 2C,188Ti.
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
F. U. and C. W. Heiskell. Sola.
No. 5323, R. D.-Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of Tenneaaee lor nee, etc.,
va. Joaephiee Vienna et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in tbe above cause on the
22d day of January, 1886, M. B.51, page 168,
I will sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's
office, Court-house of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
NatanlRT, Jnlv 31, 1886,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Shelby county, Tenn..
The north part of lot 3. block 38, fronting
32Hfcet on the east side ol St. Martin itreet,
and running back 219 foet, more or less, the
north Doe of said lot being 200 feet louth of
Part of lot 3, block 37, 40 feet front by r.O
feet deep, northeast corner ot Main and Lin
Terms of Bale-On a credit of six months ;
note with lecurity, bearing interest re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 26, lsad.
S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Malter.
By II. F. Walsh, I). C. and M.
F. U. and C. W. HeiakeU. solicitors.
For is years 3; Court Place, now S
iet. Third and Fourth, juuiuu r iuvii
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4 PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of'XWWMCt". Mitoin BfMn, tnrr frr 'j..-
sni tj'. MbirDlJ be Td ti U iilrtm ay. .
me hniit Vt KIOf T M 4aUi as t . T '
Kotice to Contractors.
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(Jrr 111 lK ljlll HlBr
Tirillisi. Irx.. June iy.lH.Sr5
SEALKD proposuls addressed to the Chief
Kngineer ol the St. Louia. Arkanaai and
lexua railway, rio. .o jiaraoi sireei cm.
Louie, Mo,, will be received uulil 12 o'clock
roon of the 7th of July, 188tj, for tho con
atruction of a liouadhouse und Machine
Shops at Pine BluB, Ark. Proposals to have
the envelope indorsed, "Psoposals tor
Roundhouse and ilnchino Shops at Pine
Bluff." The following is an approximate
Blutement ot quantities :
4,l(llcu. vurdsol Excavation.
2;ii,(Ki(lt. li. M. Lumber,
rKHt Square, of Gravel Roofing."
Plana and specifloationa can be loan at the
general ofBce of the Company, corner of
Fourth end Market itreet", St. Loois, Mo.,
at the office oil'. U. Umilahan, Master oi
Transportation, Pine Bluff, Ark., and at this
The Otru pari y reserve) the light to reject
any or at! bidii.
R. L. VAN SA.NT, Chief Engineer.
W. R. Catjumig, Oen. Sup't,
Fittings and Pipe.
(BD BOTEl,4Llm NPKIKtjia
Kockbridge Co., Va, High up in the
Virginia mountains. Picturesque surround
ings, extensive and beautifully shaded lawn.
Uaa, electrie bells, and all modern improve
ments. Two daily ma ill, post, telegraph and
express offioes on the premises. Table th
very peat. Luxuriously furniahed rooms:
suierb band of music Bend for illustrated
fiamph let. Charges moderate. Open for vis
tors, June 15tb. Wafer.: A'tm. ChahUiu
and ?roron. R. T. W ILhVLtSON.Man'gr.
Finest Buuimor lUisort iu America
HOTEL LAFAYETTE, j
Miuuetonlta Beach, Sf Inn.
Offer! acoommodationB nneqnaled by any ho
tel in the woat. Rates, 13 per day: Ii5 per
month Circulars and fu 1 particulars aent '
proa p'.ly on application to EljUKNK MEUL.
monoger. pit. rAUL, ming.
Old Point Conilort, Virginia.
TERMS for the Benson of 1S86, beginning
June 1st, reduced 25 to fO per cent., but
tbe highest standard of exoellenoe main
tained. Send for illustrated deicriptiva pamphlet
F. N. PIKE, Manager
East Tennessee. i
( CELEBRATED aa a cure for Dyspepsias
J Ihionic Diarrhea, Indieestien and all 1
Kidney Affections. Beautifully situated on
tre bunks of a crystal mountain stream, f
Fine fishing, beautiful drives and romantic)
scenery. Climate unsurpassed Hotel and
cettnges remodeled. Excellent garden. ;
Plenty of fresh milk and pu e butter. if ty '
miles north ot Chattanooga. Only seven I
hours run from Atlanta. No fogs, malaria ,
or mosquitoes. Board reaaonable. ,'.
T. B. OORMAN, Proprietor, '
Formerly of Warm t-pringa Hotel, N. C. ;
BWirSend for Descriptive Ciroular.
THESE Purines are situated on Hurricane
Creek, Franklin County, Tenneaaee, and
upon the western bench ol the Cumberland
THE VALUE OF THE WATER
In OyspepHta, Olarrhea, Iy srntery
jlver ami HKloey Truoblea ia founded
upon actual curea. It ia against these dis
eases that the conquering influence of the
water is directed with perhaps the best suc
cess. It relieves with OrtHlniy and Ce
lerity inflammation and ulceration of tbe
bowels, and removes all likelihood of their
in uyapppota, it curies off the accu
mulated mass ot acidity.
Iu I.lveraml Kinney Complaints tho
water baa a specific aotion. It eradioateB all
malarial poison from the system, and is a
certain specific for all diseases having their
origin in malaria.
tend for pamphlets containing analysis,
Four daily mails. Telegraph or telephone
and express facilities perteot.
MILLER & BRO., Proprietorg,
or DR. AMBROSE MORRISON,
Hurricane Springs, Tenn.. via Tullahoma..
Among the Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful places where one oan pas.
the summer months in quiet rest and enjoy
ment, and return home at the end of the
heated term completely rejuvenated. Eaoh
recurring season brings to (Joonomowoo,
Waukesha, Beaver Dam, Frontenac, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and Innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, tbouaanus of onr best pooplei
whose winter hemes are on either aide ot Ma
son and Dixon'a line. Elegance and com
fort, at a moderate coat, ean be readily ob
tained. A list of rammer homes, with all
neoessory informs ion pertaining thereto, i.
being distributed by the Chicago, Milwau
kii and St. Paul Railway, and wUl be sent
free upon application by letter to A. V. H.
Carpenter, General Poisoner Agent, Mil
IS formally opened, under the new manage
ment of A. W. King, or Columbus, Miss.,
assisted bv Col. H. C. batcher and lady, late
of Alexander's Hotel, Louisville. Thiswell
known watering place ia directly on the line
of tbe Louisville and Nashville R.R., thirty
three miles north of Birmingham. Hot
Baths and Sulphur Baths a special feature.
These waters are too well known to need
further notice. For circulars and further in
formation apply to General Manager, A. W.
KINU. Board reasonable. .
xjr aooo fjehebt.
EER PARK AND OAKLAND On
the crest of the Alleghaniea, within the
famous Ulade Section, directly on the line of
the B.and 0. No Stage Rides or 'BnsTrana
fers. All Limited Express Trains Stop.
With the now and unparal eled fast sched
ule on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
these lovely twin resorts are beyond all com-
KariBon the most advantageously located,
oth aa to train service and suraoundinga, ot
any east of the Rockies.
NoaHon Open. Jane 33d. No Flioi.
No Mosquitoes. No Hay Fever. No Malaria.
Deer Park and Oakland, the one being but
six miles distant from tho other with the
mort charming drivea connecting them will
be under the manaeenient of Mr. W. J.
WALKER, who, in h a three seasons' man
agement.haa made many enthusiastic friend
ot the glorious resort.. AH oommunioationa
should be addressed to W. J, Walker, Queen
City Hotol, Camber land, Md., np to June
1'ith. Alter that date, either Deer Park or
RATES 1!0, 175 and 190 per month, ac
cording to locations.
The B. and 0. Company has spared no ex
pense in rendering lMer Park and Oakland
the leading Mountain Resorts of the East,
and for the season of 1886 the attractions wil
be of a character not hitherto equaled, and
the cuisine of both houses unexcelled.
First-elaaa Laundry. Fine Livery. Ele
gant new Bathing Pools.
The finest place for Children In the land.
WILL be opened Jane 1st. This noted
watering-place ia situated six miles
from Aitna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman county
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at Jitna
and will oonvey guests to springs at a vera
Board, a)ao Frr Month ; SI Per Day.
Npewlal llalra to famtllra.
We invite all who wish to spend the moat
pleasant aeaion of their Uvea to come to
Beaverdam, especially seekers of pleasure
and health. Good water and pure air in
u r nn lento n hbob.,
Liverymen, Centreville, Tenn.
K. A. t r, A N , Fron r t'entrevme noiei.
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Vl t y t Patented in Europe and Uni-
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takes baKvtna; oat oC '
bneea restorea pantaloons to ,
original shape. Only patented
Stretcher combining acrew red
in combination with clamps.
All olhera infrinpementa.
Original and oaiy alrctclinr
l,,r feriillemeii'a r.Mi. I!v
Expreas securely packed. Price (2 50. Write
for circular.. A-renta wanted in every oity.
U. W MM HONS A .,, HiwIoai.Wam.
WAMTCTl AflENTS.Mon and Worseri i.
VVANItU to sell "TUB CHILD'!
BIBLE " Introduction by Ro' '.".Via-.. '
cent, D.D. One agent ba aol 6 ! it atowti
of b"4 people; ono 53 in avtll t'.l"lt;Jn
new ageata.1) In 10 days! one S3 '. Itfinooea.
live weeks; one 40 in 3 UU at li o;tueraat
tiu.c.Kiirietice no is5?;!!l V adie.l '
WAt-f'-ELL k Ci. '.ir t
M nnrhnrn st..t nt tare.
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