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GALE 03 LAKE .-iICIIIGl.
KCMEBOCS ACCIDEXTS BUT SO
LOSS OF LIFE.
- Nerer Electrical Storm at Pittabnrg
Hall aid Kalo in Illinois
CuiCAiiO, Iix , July 14. Lnntnipht'
torm wg a severe one on ins late.
Toe ninii blew in great lua'e and
nearly all night tfaeie mas a fnrioua
gaje. joi'HUHLUUUiDg me severity
of tlie s'orm there were comparatively
few acciilentH to Yesaels reported this
morning. The atcrm came down the
lake about 7 o'clock last evening, the
wind blowing Irom the northeast. At
that hour all the out bound vessels
had left the harbor. About two
hours before the Rale came a fleet of
sailing vtssela, rurally in the lumber
trade, went out. Thi-y were all li(ht,
and wnen the stum ntruck them they
turned and made for Chicago. JuBt
aftur derkntm bad come on the vessels
began to arrive onlHido of tlio harbor.
They took shelter from the s'.orm in
side the breakwater, nd In a ebort
time about twenty vessuls which had
been driven hack by the storm were
anchored in a space much too rmnll
for them. Ureat confusion prevailed
and on manv of the vessels the liiehti
were out. The result was that several
of the late arrivals were driven into
the crowd of vessels and a number of
collisions occurred, but none ( the
crafts were wrecked, and so fur as was
known this morning there wax no loan
of life. There is a tt II gale b'otviiiK
from the n irllieaat. Several veisels
laden with lumber and bark came in
during the curly hoursof the moining,
hut none of them reported any acci
dents from the etoim.
I'.lM'Irirnl Nlurni at I'ltlnburg .
I'ittsmuko, Pa., July 14. A severe
elert'ical ttml wind storm, accom
panied by rain and bail, visited this
section early this morning, doing (treat
damage to fruits and cereals. The
storm broke over the city about 2
o'clock and continued without abate
ment for about three hours, and dur
ing that time t he rainfall was one inch
and a half. Along the Ohio rlvor, be
tween Steubcnvillo and this ci'y. the
Hlnrm was particularly severe, arid the
effects of it are shown in ruined fields
of wheat, oats, corn, grass and fruits.
Hinall housrH were lifted from their
foundations, buildings unr.iofod, fences
and trees blown down and outhouses
torn to pieces. In the city cellars and
basements were Inundated, but no se
rious damage resulted. Mo casualties
Nevrre Ntorin nt Detroit.
Pkthoit, Mich, July 14. YoHtor
duy's Htorm in this neighborhood wan
very severe, and report of damagoaro
just coming in. The large hailBtones
cut down corn and other vegetation,
while leaves and branches were lorn
from trees. In Hpringvillo the dam
age was rnpeciiilly great. Keveial
hoimes and bares wore struck by
lightning and two barns burned to the
ground. Florists alto report liHavy
losses, and besides the glass inlhtir
hothouses boing brjken, p'ants were
stripped of their foliage and torn up
by the r jots. Itniii wns badly needed,
but yestenlay's s'orm did several
thou-and dollars worth of damage in
the suburbs- of this city. The storm
v,as general throughout the State.
Heavy Nlnrin nt Joilol, III,
Joi.ikt, Iu, July 14. One of the
.eaviest wind, hail and rain storms
iver experienced hero occurred this
evening. The wind blew a Rale and
hail fell so as to cover the ground.
The atones ranged in ni.e from hick
ory nuts to applts and did consider
able damage to com. The rain with
which the storm ended was very
1 HE NEW YOKK TRaUEDY,
I'rncj anil Ilia Wire to lie Hurled la
. onewrtel Uronntl.
Nkw York, July 14. Adrian add
Lucie Crucy. who shot themselves
Monday morning, will be buried at
Calvary Cemetery tomorrow. Mgr.
Preston said yesterday if the
coroner certified that they were in
sane when, they committed suicide,
their bodies could he placed in con
secrated ground. The coroner
promptly certified that Mr. and Mrs.
trncv killed themselves whilo in a
condition of mental aberration., His
benni. in the gratuity fund cf the
l'roduca Kichnnge, of which he was a
member, amounts U ,"ivj. A notice
of his neth was pasted in the Kx-
hange yesterday and the Haj hung
at half mast. The same t stmionial
of r.apcct was pa:d by the Maritime
Kxchaiiire. Mr. Crucy 's frieuds attri
buted his determination to take his
own lifu to the loss of family and tho
worry caused by the failure cf tho
firm for which he was representative
here f jr many yea's. Mis, Crucy is
describe 1 by some of her neighbors
having been very eccentric.
lulrrrunmo SiiaiitidMl llrtneenthe
Urniil I.lteol Eunlaatl anil
Montckai.. July 14. Grand Master
of the Masonic Lodge of Quebec, J.
Fred Walker, Iibr jiut issued a Ma
eon's edict roclaiming that nil Ma
sonic intercourse be suspended from
thiadnte between the (Quebec (iraml
Lodgts, iih subordinate lodgeB aud all
brethren in obtdience thereto, and the
4 i rami l.ideof England and nil lodges
Hid brethren in obediecce thereto.
The I'Hj alolou.r l the Liver.
The liter i the largest secreting organ In
the human body, unit tho bile which tt so
cre'm is miir. liable to vitiation ami ir ir.li
rr. Un Irmn its .r.i'T channol than any
otber ol the animal fluid. Luckily fur the
niliou', h. .waver, then is an unfailing source
nt relief fr. in hi. ' complaint, na oly, II, ,i
tetter'e Stomach Hitters, a medicine which,
fur aver a uuaricr ..fa century, ha been
ai hieviiia th .roui.-h curea of the above men
tioned ii 1 1 iih-n t , lever and aiue, dyspepsia,
bowel complaint, rheumatic and kidney
n fleet inn, and disorder involving loss 01 ner
vous MKor. It if, moreover, a preventive of
malarial tieae, and aff.ir.l pretention to
thousand of persons rending in districts of
country whore that dire scouige is prevalent.
Aa a remedy adiitite.! to tho medicinal re
quirement of laniilic, it i supremely do
airalile, and as a uiansof fortifying a de
hiliUtod system, it is thorounhly to he
lichen. led upon.
Nlnanlar t'nwe of N Depended Allium
lloa. Nw 1kiiforii.Mah , July 14 Ttie
lody of Aldt n Hathaway of Freetow n,
who was reported to have died cn the
7th lint, and whese funeral eervices
were held on the 10th, is lUted t;
have been warm aid t! unhid on Sun
lty, and the interment of the remains
hts bcea postponed until dissolution
Trouble Auiuiik tfee Hluonrl HI
lltlat. fvr. Locis, Mo, July 14. The un
eventluliinietnees which has prevtiled
at Camp Marmadukc, Sweet Springf,
Mo., where the State militia are in
camp, was disturbed yesterday by two
events the resignation of Col. Hull
end the summary discharge of Eerg.
Q leaf on. No sensation is attached to
the first, as the Colonel's resignation
was entirely on account of personal
reason, ftergt. G lesson had been a
member of the BuschZ naves and was
considered the be t drilled man in the
company, having taken several prizes
during the late trip of the company
through the South. An order dis
charging the fisrgeint for "carduct
prejudicial to aood order and dis
cipline" Wis issued in the moining
and was reed before the entire force
(luring the review by the Governor.
The Serjeant was escorted beyond tte
cimp limits by a guard cf his com
pany, and will net be permitted to
WHAT MrHnil PIOPLK ABE
At IbeNneniuer Nrhool That laFaal
Btworalng- as (.real Simeat na
ICOBBRHPOMDKKCa OP TBI IPrliL.I
Montkaoi.c, Tknn., July 12 The
interest in tho daily proceedings of
the assembly and summer schools
seems to grow as tho days go by, some
departments exceeding all former
years in the number and a'tention of
the pupils. The introduction of a
facu ty of art, under the able manage
ment of Prof. L, S. Thompson, is a
new feature in the South, and is call
ing to the classes of George W. Cham
be ra and Mr. C'arf Brenner a number
of teachers who havo in former years
been compelled to join sketching
clubs or clasHsa fcr from home. In
the Shelby County llome several
pictures of Mr. lirenner s aieexblblted.
Their worth and beauty call much at
tention to the center of intelligence
and hospitality that is complimentary
to the ladies in charge. Mr. Carring
ton Mason ban been rerfiiusted to take
charge of the decoration of the am
phitheater for the ccmlog on Tues
day of the Frets Association of
Tennessee. There is so much avail
able material, so many willing
helpers and the arrangement will bo
conducted under siichekillful and taste
ful supervision we may look for some
thing unueually attractive and novel.
There has been industrious chorus
claes practice, and already the anthems
show the advantage of it. Saturday
Inst was the finale of a week of excel
lent results. We have had a daily
lecture according to tho advertised
frogramnio several lectures from
'rof. McGarvey. of Kentucky Univer
sity, illustraUu by a etoreoptlcon of
superior value, and a lecture cn
"liecreation" by Dr. l'lunkett, of
Mshvillo, which was worthy of noto
from its practical suggestions as to
Mrs. FiWing, of Iowa, whoie lecture
on "Our Kitchen Interests" created
such a furor of enthusiasm, has a
class in cookery which has an a'tend
anceof sixty-eight. It is impossible to
say too much of Mrs. Kwing, cithnr as
a gnat reformer or a pleising teacher.
She is a woman of broi.d culture
and liberal Ideas, and presents
with mnd' si force a t"pie tco
long indill'erentlv considered of
seconda y interest. Mi.-s Ca r'.o Ifen-
tieraon, ol Lafayette, Ind., has a
largo class in woad carving. This
comparatively row art is very Bimply
learned and oaeily applied" to a variety
ol objocts. Hammered braes and
needle work are also taught here.
1 lie schools are doing excellent work.
There is a llottritliiug denaitment of
modern langu.ig.B under the direction
of l'rof. Lsndsborg, of Memphis.
The coming of Kichcrn's band from
Louisville aud tho meeting of tho
Press Association are the topics of
Mies Will Allen Dromgoole is here
for the air and pleasant surroundings.
She has been occupied with severe
work in a literary way and her physi
cian prescribed rest. Several Mem
phians are registered.
The competitive drill of the cadet
corps of Sewaneo on Saturday was at
tended by a crowd Irom this p'ace.
We have been having rain nearly
every day. No mud, however, as the
water beats tne earth and then sinks
into it. j. w.
A MONT MBCKAI. OFFKlt(
Tub Voltaic IIkix Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to Bend their Celebrated
Voltaic IIkltb and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
nuiictcd with Nervous Debility, Loss of
Vitality, Manhood, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
Indianapolis, Ind., July 14. About
fifty Indiana bicyclers today com
pleted their annual tour. They left
tldsc'tvon Thursday last, going to
Rushville, thence to Lewisville, New
Castle, Pendleton, Noblesville. Tipton,
Kokomo, Crawfordsvillo and Leba
non, and fiom Lebanon to this city,
arriving here at 1 o'clock today, hav
ing covered a diet nice of about 220
miles. A banquet will bo partaken of
tonight, and tomorrow a eeiies of
races will occur at the Kxpoeitiou
Til I'reuli I'ragranor
OF S0Z0D0NT, renders it the most
agreeable article ever ut ed as a tooth
wash. It hs none of the acrid prop
erties of the astringent tooth powders,
and instead .if contracting tho gume.it
renders them linn and elastic.
Tim t;iva Workers.
PiTTsiu Rtt, Fa., July 14. The Win
dow Gliifs Workers' Convention ad
journed last night to meet in Pitts
imrg one year hence. J. 1. Schlicker,
of the Frees Committee, stated tcday
that the convention had removed tho
restriction spinet apprentices which
was in force during the past year, and
that they will be employed this year
as heretofore. The wage question is
in the hands of the Wsge Committee,
who will report to the organization
alter the wao.es have been fixed. The
wages to be demanded are on the ba
sis cf last year, whirh is 10 per cent,
higher than the wages paid in the
Eastern and Northern district.
J. I.. Nokton Carroll, residing at
Far Kockaway, Queens county, N. Y.,
was so crippled with inflammatory
rheumatism, of ten years' standing,
that he had to use crutches. He was
completely cured by taking two
Itrandreth's Pills every night for
thirty nights, and will answer any
written or personalinquirles.
Ketnrnnl to Work I'atlvr 1'rolrnt.
: 1111.AnKi.11nA, Pa., July It. The
400 rug weavers who have' been on a
H'ike at the rug and carpet manu
factory of John Bromley A Sons, re
turned to work yesterday under pro
test. The itrike was caused by the re
fusal of the tirm to lay oil' a learner.
Mmnll Tallnre at l-onUvlllr.
LouiBviLLK, Kv., July 14. 11. Kei
ser Co., wnoleala millinery, have
tasigned. Liabilities, fl-'O.OOO; asets
about the same. Dullness in trade is
RUIiED CI TSE CASHIER
GBEAT JjESSATIOJI AT ST, LOCIS
Failure of the Provident Savings
Bank-A Defalcation of Firiy
St. Louis, Mo., July 14 The Provi
dent Savings Bank closed its doors to
day and mat e an a's gnment. Almond
B. Thomson, the cashier, basabscond
id. The liabilities exceed the essets
is a graduate of Harvard College, and
since he has held bis reponsib'e posi
tion in this city has been regarded as a
man of sterling integrity. He is pres
ident of the Harvard Club of thia city,
and of the L'ght Cavalry, and a prom
inent Knight Templar. He announced
bis intention, the latter part of last
week, of accompanying the Light Ar
tillery to the State encampment at
Sweet Snrinm. and it was irenerallv
supposed thet he was there. Advics
from that point, however, slats that
lis has never been near the camp, and
it is supposed that be has joined the
army of defaulters in Canada. No
oilier cause for the defalcation can be
assigned than fast living, for he has
never been known to speculate. Tne
directors of the bank have filed a pe
tition for a receiver.
KX-JUIXIB ADA M,
of the firm of J'.oyle, Adams Si Mc
Keighin, filed with Judge Lubke, in
Chambers, a petition for a rec9iverfor
tho bank for Charles Greoly, a heavy
depositor. The petition (dates that
Cashier Thomson has not been at the
tank since July 12th, and tbey believe
that he does not intend to return to
his position, that a partial examina
tion of his books shows a deficit of
over 40,000, and they believe that a
fuller investigation will swell the
arnount to a much larger sum. The
president of tne bunk, J. 8. Garland,
has been absent from tho city for
about six months, and the cashier has
turned his duties as well as his own.
Hie bank's statement of yesterday is
Cash 178,088 74
Kenl estate !2,530 79
Stocks and bonds 38,0 )0 00
Balances with other banks.. 23,r03 31
Security acoounte 10,7751(5
Hills receivable and acc e 025,040 08
Total $1,168,820 59
Current denositfl fdS8,230 29
Time depomta 42(1,(149 17
Cashier checks 10,504 i)(J
Unpaid dividends l,.'(02 00
Other indebtedms? 50,000 00
Aggregate iiHlebtoJne3e..$'J85,782 42
The directors of the bauk state that
they will not ba able to real'.o on
their apparent afSdts to their full ex
tent by a largo sum.
Tho Court granted the spplirnthn
for a recoiver, and sppointe l W. II.
Thompson, of the Commercial Bank,
to that position.
A NKW HCRI'HISK.
No one imagined for a moment that
tho bauk win embarrassed, and no
run was made upon it. The investi
gation has been under way since Tues
day morning, and at noon tod ly the
directois decided to close the doors.
As coon as this action became spread
throughout the city, a large crowd of
depositors congrfgited around the
bank anxious to know tho mil ure of
the embarrassment, and calling upon
some one to inform them. No one
answered them, and the excitement
increased until it became necessary to
call the police, who are now upon the
scene to quell any possible ditturb
ance. The largest number of depos
itors are clerks and poor men and
women, bo that the failure will not
affect to any great extent the commer
cial interests of the city.
The amount of Thornton's bond
was 130,000, signed by Carles 8.
Greeley and tho cashier's father, who
is a wealthy retired liquor dealer.
They are responsible, of course, for
the amount of the bond, which, to
gether with the apparent assets, more
than equals the bank's liabilities.
Mr. W. II. Thompson, the receiver,
says that the bank has been carefully
managed Bnd that few if any bad loans
exist, and it is his opinion that tho de
positors will be paid in full. The
stockholders, however, have a poorer
chance of realizing on their 6tocs and
several of them state that rather than
do so they desire the amount to be
turned into a general fund to pay the
depositors dollar for dollar.
The watchman of the bank states
that the cashier was at the bank late
Saturday night i nd early Sunduy
morning, and it is supposed that it
was then that he fixed the books so as
to delay exposure as long ss poesible.
K.MroniA, Kas., July 14. The State
Prohibition Convention assembled this
morning at the operahouse. The
Commifee on Organization reported,
and H. C. Vroonian, of Osage county,
was elected chairman and M. E. Toe
mot secretary. The Committee on
Resolutions reported, and the plat
form wis unanimously adopted. It
makes quite a lengthy document, hav
ing fifteen resolutions. The following
candidates were unanimously nomi
anted: For Governor, C. 11. Brans
combe; L'eutenant Governor, T. W.
Huston; Secretary of State. N. B.
Klaine; Auditor of Sta'e, C. II. l-ang
Bton (colored man) ; Attorney General,
W. S. White; Treasurer, Wm. Crosby;
Superintendent of Public Schoole.Mrs.
Dr. Sulbeit ; Associate Justice, K, H.
Peyton, of Kinporia.
Krllra of Urn. Meagher.
Nkw YoRk, July 14. The steamer
Nevada, which sailed yesterday for
Liverpoo' carried the Bwords. two of
the Irish Brigade Hags and other
relics ol the commander of the Irish
Biignde, tint have been for over
twenty years in the Twenty-third
street home of his widow, Mrs. Klir.a
beth Meagher. Theeo relics, with
Gttllaglict's life s'.s painting of Gen.
Meagher, unveiled at Chickering Hall
on Decoration Day by the Irish Ameri
can Union, were placed in charge of
Mr. James Bryce Keller, B. L , to be
presented to the Young Ireland So
ciety of Gen. Meagher's native city,
Draperate Fight With Moouahluera
Locisvili.k, Kv., July 14. United
States Marshal Groes received a letter
today reciting the particulars of the
tight last week between desperate
moom hiners and revenue rtlicers in
Wolf county, Ky. Deputies W. T.
Day and John Cox, with their men,
were raiding a still when they were
fired upon by a dozen moonshine ra,who
put them to Might and chased them
out of the county after five minutes'
fight. Two deputies, Cox and Spauld
ing, and several hoises were badly
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editions have been tasuea. cent, posipa.j
to any address lor ten oenis. APPiy to
r. HOW KLIj IV., flinnrari.r n if
VKRTISINU BURKAU,10 8prBoeit. (Print-
CAN BS CURED WITHOUT THE USE
The Wrdtml Rrirf, publisher! at 8t Lonis, ears
In the June, IfcM. iue : '- Many have become
Vicluua to the uae of opium or morphine, from
tho use of thoae druga for the reli.-f of Ni uraj
gia. It ia irratilyiriK to observe thai such dan
gerous consequences may be evened by the
use of Tomjalink, which la almost a specilic
ia the acute furm of Neuralgia."
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUOG1ST8.
A. A. MELt-IE W. Sole Proprietor. tiW iJ
-PROPRIETOR or TH
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AJID MANUFACTURER OF ALU KINDS OF
FlttTorlnir ExtiacU, Sjrajw, Ilutlnif Powtlerfi, Toilet Articles, Etc, Etc.
B8 jrsfT!j-wsoin Btrocit.
P. B. ALSTON,
E. W. tB.KVri.l.
ALSTON, OEOWBLL & CO,
ind Commiasion Merchants. Hay, Corn Oats, llias, Chop Feed, Ull-Mea),
Llwt , Cement, Plaster, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
Z. N. ESTES.
Z. N. ESTES 65 CO,
Mos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Jfo. 11 Union Street.
1 ,. ni i au. In .wilnd iwi-kairoa at loainf 3.'t. No g,.nuino salts apkl inutilk.
UIUUUIUIIU U IIM1WI
v at niv W H. IIOHTOV,
Late of J. S. Day ASon. Lt of Meaoham
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-382:Front Street. Memtiiiiguenn.
M. 0. PEARCB
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'te,
Wo. 376 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
No. 300 Front Street, : Mempliln. Ten.
E. WITZEdAHM d
Hole AbU iollowlni
1T 1T.fcl KBAHICH ACH. ABI.J, . PKA8K W
Tl . MASOa a RAMI IN, I.Ol JH WAKKEH, CHI
M-i HIW T-0CTAVK
Writs for OstslonM. Tos.aa nd
MEMPHIS WEEKLY APPEAL
I " C! Toncstlne In aeuaal' Rmrraurieolllnrll
V Kudiuji. tucto had rssutad all treatmcu
i w"Va '"ontoa atoue and thm patMmt taw ev
jo4 iaic tradD truoj hr cuooUuit '
IV U Rows, M. L), Cntryville, Ma
"nTe gim Tone-alloe a fair trial In Maarahna,
To uso my punat'a uwo wpramKn. "U th ml
cum (or that dnua..' JTp. Rixajo, . on,IU.
I o1?" Torwaline the beet prrpmm tor
C. V. iiin-il, M. D Pineville. Ho.
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
111 WAHULNIJTON AVENCE. HT. IjOXJU.
OF OPIUM Oil
0. W. TOMIJJl. WM. BENJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St, Memphis.
Offer special inducements in Open Bucrii
of our own make, at Vi6; Top Burtiee e
oar own make, at 1120. All work waj
ranted. Call before you buy.
M-Havina disposed of oar entire stock 1
rcuiiD. auu tae aianuraoturing iieparl
pent to Messrs. TOMLIN M RKNJKs, w,
bespeak for them a eontinuanoe of th,
pa ronaze so lone extended to as.
CARRI AHK A HaHUWAHK U'iMPANY
PB1TT OIN Ctl
Mannlacturer'a Agents for
Daniel Pratt Cotton Gin
FEEDERS AMD CONDENSERS,
.SMILEY, SMITH tt C(
1'rntt Erllpae HuMcr Gliia, Fet
era and Gin Hepnlrcra,
m to 101 Poplar St., Memphis,
, issrPratt Revolving-Head Hins nne
qualed. tstork now complete. Pricet
reduced. Correspondence and order!
J .ti.i tM i, : i i v: .
sifiiuiics. uiu uiun ivvi'itircu iu maf
class Order. All work guaranteed.
W. B. D0AN.
KHl'KN, DOAIW Jk CO.)
Street, Memphis, Tenn.
JOHN E. RANDLE & C0.,:PR0PB'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Ten'
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
nglneH, Bollern, wawiuill,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mill j
Cotton Press, Cotton Gins,
Shaatng, Pulleys, ttc.
SPECIAL NOTICK-Wo'arepreparedtofll! ordert
on eoo?' notice, for the oelooraUd Medar PtBI
Wrought-a, Policy. We carry in stook over
Two Hundred Assorted burl.
sxrBend for Cataloirne and Price-list.'
EI empliU. Tenir,
A Remedy for all Blsoasea of ttie liver, KM- a
nrve. ajinntswh and Hovrrla. A nwltivF I
rnn.linlln. Ikm. I to 2 tMUDut
C'onallKllon. Dune, I to 2 ttwpoootura.J
u ami in wmi in uui..
rV, imI.tIIIn Kv. 1
J. W. BAH.ET.
Late of Bailey A Covingtoi
JOHN L. MoOLKLLAN.
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PIANO FOR SlVv.-w
85 SF.rOSP HT.. MKtlPHI-
kl a-J ,-:ai 'fcjr
No. S323, R. D. Chancery Coart of Bhelbr
oonnty titato of Tennessee tor nse, ate.,
vs. Josephine Vienna et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree tor
sale, entered in the above eaase on the
22J day of January, lssd, M. B. 51, page It.
I will sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Maker's
office, Court-house of Shelby county. Men
phis, Tenn , on
Halnrday, July SI. 1858,
within legal hours, the following describe!
property, situated in bhelby county, lean.,
The north part of lot 3. block 38, fronting
32 feet on the east side of tit. Martin street,
and running back 219 feet, more or less.t be
north line of said lot being UOO feet south of
Veal e street.
Part of lot 3, block 37, 40 feet (ront by 50
feet deep, northeast corner of Main and in
Terms of Sale On a creditor sii months;
note with lecurity, bearing interest re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June M, is
S. I. McDOWElL, Cle-k ud Muter.
By H.F. Walsh, U. C. and M.
V H. and 0. W. HeinkMl. aol.citors.
Nc. 5407, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
eounty State of Tennessee, for use, etc,
v, K. W. SiLith et al.
T3Y virtue of an interlocutory decree for
JL J sale, entered in the above caa.e on the
2Jthdayof January, lHKti, Minute Book 51,
pufie 261, 1 will sell, at public ancfon, to the
hiKhest bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master's office, court-house of Shelby coun
ty, Memphis, Tenn., on
Satnrdaj, Aaajniat 7, 1HHH,
within legal hour?, the following describe,
property, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.,
Part of country lot 505, fronting 12 feet on
the south side ol Carroll avenue, ii feet
eastcf tieo. P. Cooper's lot and west of and
adjoining Mary Welford's, by a depth of 170
feet, 8th ward.
Lot 1 and 1 Rembert's subdivision, front
ing 50 fort on thi east Bice et Manassas
s'reo', 50 fret rorth ol fiawley ttreet, by a
depth of iW!4 (eit.
Part ot lot F, country lot 501, fronting 25
feet on the north side of WashitiKton street,
ti2 Uet wetl ot li. Uabb's lot, ky acepth of
Part of country lot 4M. fronting 75 feet on
the north side of Adams street, northwest
corner ot Yates avenue, by a depth ot 14a,L9
Lot 2 country lot 519, fronting 50 feet oa
the west side of Johr.ron avenue, and run
ning back we't between paralll lines and
parallel with' Auction street, VJO leet to an
Lot 10, country lot 519, fronting 28 5-6 feet
on the esstside of Covington road. southeast
corner of alley south of Auction ttriet, by a
depth O' lon!4 ioet-9lh ward.
Lot 14. country lot 519, fronting 28 10-12
feet on the east side ol Covington road, 24 5-ri
feet south ot alley south of Auction street,
by a depth of 14ii eet.
West half of lot 62, country lot 4'. front
ing 'SO leet on the north side of Malison
street, by a depth of 14KS feet-8tb ward.
Terms of Sale On a credit i f six months;
notes with good security, bearing interest
from date required ; lien retained: to secure
sane, and equity ol redemption barred.
This July 7, 18ti.
8. 1. McDOWKLL, Cle'k and Master.
By U. . Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Fire, Wlnil. Water anil Ilichtnlnsi
proof. Suitable for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimatoa at factory rates,
call en or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,'
438 & 440 Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St.,
Headqnnrtors for Iron Fences and Cresting,
(ialvnnised Iron Cornice. Tin Koofs 4 Stoves.
et. Third nd Fourth
k n u.srly educstrd and legslly uoftiinM parsviju sad M
Bout luccsssrul, u hU prscUon will nrort
Sperm&torrlieit nd tmpotenof
is the malt of self-sbuss id youtii sfiasl sicRsms in nt.
urer renrs, or otbn osusm, sad prodticiai mateol" W
:owiog edecti: SerrouiriMt, ScmiaslVmiuloiai 4'-j
doas by dresms), DlmDs of tiight, DeftcUve Urot-;. Thf
ucsIDmaj, Piiuplcsoo Ksco. AvrraioD tnSocmj J'Stmt'ss,
wifuiltm ot Mess, lscts of fiexusl Powtr, mt , reodenojj
lurrluetmprororuDhtripj, or thorouxblr snei jx-tn-WDtlr
eand. SYPHlL IS f-1""1)' n"d
inir rsfH'-iieJfrora aatein; OonOrrlieV
GLEET, B incurs, OrctaUi, IftniU, lot Hupw;,
'ika mid uiiirr print diHssei qatcklj oarsd.
It itsHr-etidrat thst sphy ildsn who ps.jitHiittattrji
MfAin elst of dlnsueB, snl trestlnf Uoiodi stiDai
tils inquires grttl skill. Pbjsi;lns koowtn fsct olss
rorQtnrD' peiviDt to mt osr Wtim It if lA'mm&toai, u
liittavrit; fc trestmrnt, medkriors osn 6sst priTSll
tod "tfely b mnl) or siprsss sD7br,
1 onulttio. persrOBslly r toy vtts-r ftt srw tavittul,
;tosrfp nssotiP sod :rrtpoii4aoB stiiouj 'WRfldsstjaA
if MM pm. fnt to ny add,,. Mcartly m.mJ, Un Avnm
-so Should b, r4 r a.L addm, l).
.'iSu. oou. fr 4. M.afi a-irt. Ju..r "
Thia BELT or Re.
genera tor is made ex
pressly tor tne cure
of degeneration of
the generative or
gans. There is no
mistake abon taisin
strunient the con
tinuous stream of
meatine through the
parts must restore
them to health? action. Do not confound
this with Electrio Bells advertised to cure
all ills from head to toe. It is for the ON K
speoifio purpose. For circulars giving full
nformatiion, address Cheever Electric Belt
Co.. KM Washington street, Chicav . III.
No. 504fi, R. D. Chanoery Court of Bhelbr
county. State ol lonneseee vs. L.
Cobb et al.
Bit virtue of interlocutory docroes for sale,
entered in the above cause on the 26th.
day of June and 9th day f November, IKSS,
M.B. 48, p.560,andM. B. 50. pace 111, I will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Master's office,
courthouse ol Shelby county, Memphis, Ten
Satnrdaw, July , 18S6,
within legal hours, the following describe I
property, situated in Shelby county, Teft.
Lot 8, block 58, fronting 50x170 feet, aoutfe
side of Georgia street.
Part lot 1. block 41, beginning on tonttV
side of Vance street 80 leet east of the corn.'
of St. Martin street; thence east with Vance
street 70 leet; thence south fiO feet; thence
west 70 feet; thence north 60 feet to the be
ginning. Lot 19, block 64, beginning on the west
side of Hernando rtreet at northeast corner
of said lot; thence wostwardly with the line
of J.M. Wilson's lot f leet to the east line
ot S. Mosby's lot; thenoe south with said
line 21 feet; thence eastwardly with Henry
No an's line to Hernando street; thence
north with said street 21 feet to the begin-
n Terms of Sale On a credit of six months,
note bearing interest, with security, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 18. lKsrt.
&. I. MrDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
rty II. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master.
F H. A C. W. Heiskcll, solicitors.
ttiimit ever printed, now readr.
repreiM.aU orer New. OriaL
ual Blfl.of Oftit. t Library
Desna, xaDiea, cnaua,
Book Caiee. Lonnirea.
Letter Presaes. Cabinets
Lefties' Fancy Desks, So
Kiaeet (iood. Bad Lowea
rrtca. Gaarantaed. Cwtaloel
(rae. il. to. No poataas.
DEMOCRATS TO THE FRONT To all
persona seeking Government Em
ployment in any of the departments aa
Washington, or any other positions under
the Government, I will send full Instruction t
as to how to proceed to obtain the same,
and Blank Forme of Anpllrai loa on
receipt of One Dollar. Adcireea JDHI
D. U17BGH, lock-kex , lBI4Mt(a
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