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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, JULY 15. 1880.
THE TREASURY SURPLUS RESO
LUTION PASSED BY THE
House by the Decisire Tote or 209 to
G5-Tbe River and Har
"Washington, July H.Hontt.
BU!h passsd increasing to $-'30,000 the
limit of ;8t if the public baililirifr at
Galveston aoJ appropriating 100,000
for a pnb'ic building at 03hkoh, Wis.
The Ho"89 thRn wont iDto Commit
tee f f the Whole for tin confUeration
of the surplus resolution.
Mr. Moiristn III. offered the fjl
lowins anu'uitrut-nt: 'The surplus or
balancs herein refcrrad to fliall be the
available surplu?, ascertained accord
ing to the form of the statement of the
Unit ?d ritatea Trn8iirr, of the assets
and liabilities of the Treasury of the
United Sla'es employed June 30, 183(5."
Mr. Hewitt New York then took
the floor in 0pO;ition to the res lu
tion. The rwolutio he faid, pro
vided that wherevn tie surphis ex
ceeded $100,(100,000 ca'ls for bonds
should be Blade. The remit would be
that if there was $101,000,000 surplus,
a ciil must be made and thus tne re
serve would be reduced to $'J1,000,000.
Jf the gentleman from Illinois did not
intend to do that, he had better modi
fy the language of the rorolution so
as to provide that when the surplus
reashed $110,000,000 there sbou'd be
a call. Ihe gentleman from Illinois
based bis advocacy of the resolution
on the saving of interest. Assum
ing that $75,000,000 wai the amount
which would have to bs paid
out, the saving id interest would
be about t'i -'oU.uOO. The gentleman
Raid it won d release from the
Treasury KU,000,0O0, which would
go into the c "tunnels of trade, give
amplocmeut to 100,000 niea and sup
port o0i,000 psople. Toe gentlemaa
was too familiar with the principles
which governed business not to know
that if this act should impair public
coufidence tfce siving of $2,230,000
would be a case cf saving at the spigot
and wasting it at the bunqhole. In
stead of giving employment to 1C0.000
men 100,000 men would b dismissed
from employment on the very first day
that the public realized that under the
action of this r silu'ion the stability
of the Treasury wasinopaiied and its
ability to meet its obligations wai
undermined. 8uch a consideration as
the caving of $2,250,000 was tri
fling in comparison with the
danger and dis urbance which
would remit if the financial
transactions tf the government were
seriously impaired oy the opera'ions
of the rfBo ution. Ths gentlemen
were mistaken in supposing that
the relet bs cf the money from the
Treasury would put asiDgle man to
work. There was today idle ia New
Yo'k more than $75,000,000 unem
ployed capital. If thac capital could
be made protiUble it wou d be em
ployed. If this $75,0011,000 came from
the Treasury it would not be given to
men who were short of means. It
would be paid to the bond holders
who would simply pocket the proceeds
oa a market already abounding with
capita', and not a single human being
wou d be employed by reason of the
release. He oid not c insider that the
action of tie Committee on Wayjand
Means and the Committee on Rules was
a declarator! of war against the ad'
miDis'ratioa. If the rtolut:oa should
be adopted, however, be should
regard it as a voU of
want of confidence in the
policy of the administration. The
Democratic party believed in honest
money, and the President of the
IniUu States, when he accepted the
nomination of his party, planted him
self f qurely on the dtcVation of the
plat'orui. lie went into no detail. He
accepted it in a broad and generous
declarator), and the Pie-ident re
garded bis promise to ot serve the
declara'ion ol tne piaiurm to be as
binding upon his conscience and ac-
tion as was bis oath to support tbe
cocs itutiou and mainta:n the laws of
his country. The Pretident had never
left tbe country in any doubt as to how
be conttrofd ttat platform. The
matters of finance bad begun to pre'
pare fcr the hour of danger and the
collapse which they thcvuht would be
ineviiable. He knew three of the
ureattsi institutions in the city of New
lt:rk (he wjuld not name them lest
be should bring down upon tnem the
cDndemnation of les enlightened
men ) that bed accumulated more than
$25,000,000 in g Id as a preparation for
the charge tiiey thought was coming
Mr. Warner Did the change come?
Mr. Hewitt It did nor, thanks to
Giover Cleveland and tbe magnificent
admin'stration of the Treasury De
partment, wincn nas carried its tame
all over the world. Ia conclu-im he
thus summed up his objections to the
resolution: Four months after its
passage the country would be brought
duck to ine condition in wmcli it liad
been on the 4th of March, 1885, and
sold would be withdrawn from circu
lation. The moment that occurred
millions of men would lose their daily
employment. Then a demand would
come for greenbacks, and the long
struggle for a sound currency would
end in flat money. ui course, when
the country had pess?d through
the valley of deitl which once
it had traveltd with tears and
lamen'ation, mie wiser by suffering
taught by bitter experience, it would
steadily retrace its oteps to a baeis of
honest money the money which the
Democratic patty, from (he t me of
Jefferson ti the present day, had in
sisted was the only money for the
people ; the best money ; the money
wnicQ measures al otner money
Gold was not too K?od for the work.
logmen ; nt:t too good for the orphans
and widows; not too grod Lr the citi
ren who wished that justice should be
4.I.1I.UJ r.A ' .: i ,
c. wiuoucu mm UJtMUllllUttU in mits
land forever. Ihe policy of tbe ad'
ministration was to keep gold and sil
ver nianud fir better, lor wor e, one
a cod (8 tin other, neither the bet
ter half of ttie other, but when the
time came tint the choice must be
made between them the President of
the Unittd States would adherd to. as
be had promised and sworn to do, to
that standard of value which paid
dobta in the value intended at the
time the debts we re contracted.
Mr. Weaver I. Baid the only
trouble with tue resoluton was
that it did net go far enough. It
simply said in efl'oct: "Come, let us
keep $100,100 000 for any emergency
that may arn and pny the baUnce on
onr debt " Could there bs a more
conservative or reasonable proposition
made? He contended that tbe bonds
were not intended to be payable in
f;old only, and charged that the bonds
lad shirked taxation fur a quarter of a
Mr. Kamhll Pa. said this was not
a tilvar qn-ktion at a'l. It was a ques
tion whttlier we had the money in
the Treasury und:spcsed of, and
agaics' which there is no legit mate
claim, to the ex'ent of $50,000,000 or
$70,00.1,000 to at n ight be used in liqui
dation of the public debt. CangreiB
proposed, under this resolution, to do
ju9t what it had done when it bad
reduced the public debt $1,200,000,00.),
just what was done when $44,500.J00
were pa d in on account of the sink
ing fund on the last fiscal year. He
had no hesitation in saying that in bis
opioitn the greenbacks in the
Treasury todav were perfectly ade
quate for a liquidation of the debt to
the fuil amount proposed. He did
not want tny gentleuion to confuse
the qutetion with the apprehension
which prevared in the nind of the
gentleman fr.m New York (Mr.
Hewitt). J his was a mere mutter or
bueinees. Without questioning any
body's motives he wished to say if
these bonds due and paya U at the
option of the governmtu. , if tbesa
$1C0 000,000 of bonds were I Id by in
dividual cipitalitts tbo HcH'-i would
net hear the compLint ? ainst the
r so'ution. Applause. 1, as be
cause it bore upon t-m ua io a1, banks
to the extent of $10.),00.)0u cf 3 per
c?nts. Xbar, he though', was the
maii'prirg of the hostilii to the
measure. He knew of no l etter way
of maintaining the governmi at's credit
and strengthening it than l.y paying
its interer bearing bonds a d indebt
edness That was the way i . had been
done. He did not object ti the reser
vation of $100.00J,000 ta secure the
greenback tiiculation. T e money
wsb in tee Treasury, ana a i mat was
e;-ked was that that amount should be
Daidout in lioaidatioa of .he public
iadebt dne s. That was vnat a bur
ners man wou.d do; that was what
the gDvernmaiit had done, and why,
lie asted, wai there all ol this sca'e
this time? Why, when there was a
suggestion of the propriety ol paying
$50,000,000 or $20,000,000 ir" the public
debt, was . there U) i danger
call and signal? There vi8 noihing
in it. The givernment ould pay u
with lets than the amoui t of green
backs tliat there were t"day in the
Treasury. He felt asBuied that within
the next thirty days atur the nnat
payment the receipts frcn enstoma
aud otber sources would pit enough
morev in the Treasury to handle
another $10,000,000 of the debt just as
they had handler! the fiivt S10,OJO,OOO.
Mr. Pason, III.!, said there was in
the Unit'd Stues iretsurva ba'ance
of $70,000,000, for which thee was con
fessedly no ubp today. Every dollar
of it represented the acquisition of the
toil and labor of this cjuniry Stand
ing against it was a debt subject to in
terest, that we might pay, and yet be
ciuae there were tearful hrebodinfs
and lngubriousapprehensicnsof what
might perhaps come about if portion
of ttiis money is used, the House was
asked to simply stand still and burn
the candle at botn ends.
Mr. Breckinridge TKy. expressed
the ODinion that the government had
the option of paying the baiks In gold
or silver. All that would be neces
sary to do, if the joint resolution
should be enatted, would b; to change
tbe security of tbe naMonai banks.
Mr. McK nlev 10.1 said that this
resolution, coming as it did from the
Democratic majority in one branch of
the government, addressed to a Dem
ocratic Executive in cmtrol of another
branch, was, to say the least, excap-
uonal and remarkable.
After some further discussion tbe
general debate then cloied a. d the
five minute delute b gan and t in on
without interest for hmf an honr.
The amendment offered by Mr.
Morrison this morning was adopted
The amendment offered by Mr.
McKinley vesterdy was rejected by
vote of 1C4 to 132.
A number of other amendments
were offered and r.-jected.
An amendment offered by Mr. Grns-
nor Ohio providing that nothing
in tne act sbali be construed to con
vey to tbe public any doubt as to tbe
wisdom, patriotism and integrity of
the President or Secretary of the
Treasury, aj ruled out oa a point of
Mr. McKinley Ohio rflofod t ;
commit the joiut reeolu'ion with in
structions to the Committee on Ways
and Means to report it back with the
amendment previously offered by him.
Rejected yeas, 118! nays, 153.
The joint resolution was then passed
veas, 207 ; nays, 67.
The joint resolution now goes to the
The following bills passed: For a
bridge across the west channel of the
Detroit river; establishing add. tional
aids to navigation at the mouth of tbe
Mississippi river (with amendments).
Senatjr Logan introduced a joint
resolution directing tbe Secretary oi
War to accept the deed and convey
ance of the land known as the "High
wood tract," near Chicago, dona'ed by
the Commercial Club, of Chicago, for
Tbo Senate then took up the river
and harbor bill, and Senator McMillan
(who has charge of it) moved an order
that the bill be recommitted t3 the
Committee on Commerce, with in
structions to amend it e s voted by the
Senate in Committee of the Whole,
except that in each item of the bill
and the aggregate there be a reduction
of 30 per cent.; that the committee
amend tbe bill acsordiug'y (and not
otherwise) anl repoit the tame com
plete forthwith. ,
Senaor Butler offered as a substitute
for the proposed instructions a pro
position appropriating $10,0 0 00J or
as much thereof as can he judiciuu ly
expended during the fiacf.1 year by the
Secretary cf War, in the improvement
of important rivers and harbors.
During the dixcuseion wlrch fol
lowed, Senator Vet said that the
Committee on Csmmerce was com
posed of Senators frim thirteen States
and it was not these Senators alone
who influenced tbe unking of the
bill. He bad grave and reverend
Senators (not of tbe committee) but
tonhole him and say that if they did
not get this or that appropriation put
in the bill, they would be beit-n a' the
next election, It was a case of "Help
me, Cassius, or I sink." Laughter
SduatuM bad come into the cbaraber
id bad their amendments pot into
tbe bill, and tbey bad then eto dup,
within three feet cf hiin, and de
nounced the whole scheme as a piece
of unconstitutional cor: up ion. Com
bina'ions did rot ston wi h niRinb-rs
of the commit ee. They hud been
made on the floor in relation to this
very bill. The plan was: "Help me to
put in my appropriation, and 1 w II
help jou tj pit in youri." Hh had
Senators come to bim and say: "Vent,
you were right in your a gmnent
about the Kentucky rivir, but I wm
in the gang, and I could not have the
procession. 1 bad my part of tbe
pork, and I Lad to let somt b.'dy else
have bis part." And it would be to
to the end of tim. Under this
proposition, the Miss'ssippi riv-r
would, for that great impr .ve
mort, Irss $S()0,000; the M'B ouri
river, $2ilO,000, and the Oh'o
river $2O0,C00. If the Sena'e wn.titd
to abritg.te its functions let it d so,
and 'et it sy to the peop'e: ' We are
unfit to do our dnty." They might a
we'issyto the Pnsident: '-Wo a-e
unfit to d schurge this duty. Tatie it
an 1 d"charte it for us "
Senator Logan opposed Senator Mc
Millan's motion and it was finally with
drawn and tbe Senate proceeded to
vote on the various amendments to
The arner.-l'aect reducing tlie appro
priation f :i L", rsr.iving the Tennessee
river at Mouft! Shoals from $:."0,000
to $250,000 rejected 10 to 3;J.
The amendment proposing to ap
propriate $3!SQ,030 for the purchase of
the Portage Lake canal and tbe Lake
Superior Imn Company canal was
agrped to. Yeas, :3 ; nays, 21.
The amendment in relation to the
Ca'umet river was f greed to.
The amendment accepting the grant
of the Illinois and Michigan canal,
and for the construction of the Hen
nepin canal was adopted. Yeas, 27;
Without progrees'ng further with
the bill, tbe Senate adjourned.
A XOYA SCOTIA AVOMAN
r aiESTo poi.su. a family with
Thrown Into Ihe Well From Which
Tliej Drew Thrlr Supply of
Water I Sihe Iuonuc T
New Youk, July 13. The north
weitsrn pert of liath, Me, skirting
Merry-Meeting Bay, ib made up in
mot part of fine funns, some of them
among the finest inSaeadahoc county.
Two of the largest and best cultivated
are owned by M-s. James Hill, a wid
ow (colored), and the other bv James
K-;oke. Tho farms adjoin each other.
K joke's farm is reached by a highway,
which terminates on his property.
Mrs. Hi l'a farm is some dittan-e fr.irn
the terminus cf the highway. To
grt to her farmhoute she and the
family have to cross the land of
Kooko by right of way, which has
been UBed by the Hill family nearly
tbiity years. Three years ago Kooke
aarried his second wife, who was some
vears his junior, and a native of Nova
Scotia. She is reported by the occu
pants of the farms in that vicinity as
being of a quarrelsome nature. Since
her advent to the farm, which Kooke
has owned nearly fifty years, a con
stant quarrel has been kept up by the
two famiiie1, and within tbe past two
months a mist bit er feud has grown
out of the quarrel. At the entrance
to the right of way Rooke, at his wife's
command, built a gate. This the U;ll
family removed time and aaio, cn y
toberep'acedbr Itooke. At last the
gate was demolished by the Hills.
Then Hioko placed large logs across
t he right of way, which were in time
hauled off by the Hill family. Dur
im the tronbla several times it, is
sid she threhtsned to shoot Mra. Hill
and her children if they persisted in
removing the obstructions. She also
sad that if Mrs. Hill's sons and
daughteis dil no& keep out of her
blackbairy pasture she would kill
them. This week the quarrel reached
a crisis. Nar the dividing line of tbe
two farms there is a spring of water
situated on the land of Mrs. Hill and
liPHdbv herself and family for drink
ing and household pmposes. Wed-
cesday morning mm. niu oiecovereu
a green surface tla'ing on the sorlace
of the water of the spring, which ia an
open on. She had gone to the spring
to eet water to use in her housebold,
when she made the discovery. She
communicated the facts to some of her
neighbors, and all pronounced tbe
green substance to oe pans gren.
Kooke was charged by the Hill family
as the alletrsd Doisoner of the water.
He denied it, and said that it might
have been his wife who placed the
poison in tbe water. His statement,
together with fotnier threats made by
Mis. Rooke. led to that woman's ar
rest by City Marshal Crocker, who se
cared some of the water in tbe spring
fbr chemical analyss. Mis. Kooke
was brought into couit for preliminary
examination to answer to ine cnarg
of Dlacing naris green in a spring with
intent to kill and murder. She
pleaded not guilty. Several witnesses
testified that Mrs". Rooke bad said she
would noieoa the Hill lainily. A
large qumtityof jariB green was found
at the oottoin of the spring.
MifS Anna Ward testified that she
heard Mrs. Kooke say a short time
ago that if the Hill family did not keep
their dit-tance she would poison them.
The next day after the discovery of the
poison In the spring Mrs. Kooxe saiu
to thn witness that she boned the one
i bat placed the poison in the water of
the spring bad put enough there to
kill the n bole Hill familv.
MUa Mary Blake testifl d to having
heard Mrs. Rooke make the same re
mark since the discovery of the poifon.
A druggist of this city testified to
having nude an analysis ot the water
taken from the spring, and found it
contained large quantities ot arsenic
Tla Raid the oolson was psris green,
The resaondent testified that she did
rot nlace tbe poison in the spring,
but admitted that she threatened io
ahoot the whole Hill family.
At the clone of the examination
Judge Millay held tbe reepondmt for
the grand jury of the August term of
the Supreme Judicial Court and placed
her under $1000 bonds for appearance.
During the examination Mm. Kooke
was greatly excited, and often would
break out with a vehement remark.
She appeared partially deranged at
time, nue oeggoa oi me vouri uui m
tike her awy from hr children by
ftendinc her to lail. While on the
witness stand she was seized with vio-
lent fribhinir and cried lUe a child. A
great deal of ind'gnation against the
respondent has been 8 roused in the
ne-ghborho; ! oi ner regiuence. xrirn.
Kiolca ia about 35 years old,
and has tbe appearance of being of
Prof.Chs. Ludwig Von Seeger
PriiffiHor of Mdirinr at the Royal Univernity
Knight vf the Jtoyal j4 Marian Order of ihe irot
. Kniiiht Commander of the Rovnl .Snait'
IIA ti ttinlwlln: Kniaht ot tne UovaL
Pruneian Orirr of the Kni tJ'iylei Chevalier
of the Levxun o Honor, tie, r.te., tnyei
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ATT A Km T TMr
a. JIU JUAXJAUe
n ft tt Jr
ttipularity of "Wilbor'a Compound ot Cod
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whurii thev tmrchasa thia article. Tbe re-
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AN lUllItMilHT WIl.LTKI.Ia Vtil' I'l'H HKIM?ITI"M
HI AT, ENTATJE.
No. f321. R. D. Chancery Court of Bhelbf
county. State of Tenneefeofor use, eto.,
va. Joseph Haines el al.
BY Tlrtue of an interlocutory decree lor
sale entered In the above cause on the
22d da of January, 18M), M. B. 61, page Kit,
I will fell -t oublio auction, to the high
eatbidder, in front o the Clerk and Maater'i
office, oourtbouae of She by oounty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
v NHlardny, JulT 81. 18,
within legal boura, the following described
property, situated in tiholby oounty, Ten
Lots 19 and 20, llembert subdivision, front
ing 75 foot eaoh on the west side of Koa ave
nue, and running hack 14'-i tee. Sold aa
property of Asa tiolby, Jennie Taibot and
Lot 31, E. P. Stewart's subdivision, front
ing i'0 feet on the east aide of Mississippi av
enje, and running lack botween paralle
llnaaon the north line 2S8 leet, and on. ii
s.iKhl its 21;. Icet to an all.y, being. ii
thir 1 lot mrti of Cbapin avenue.
Tartna cf Kale Jn a cre iit of aix month!
nctelwitt security, bearing intereat required
II,.,, rninH; FetlAin litlon barred. Toi
June 2l. 'lldrt.
S. i. MODUW KLili, VIejTK ana master
By H. F. Walsh. Deputy Clerk and Master
K. II. A C. W. lleiskell.K. licitora.
CURTIS k CO.
lLaml ?1? ST. LOUIS,
N. Second St. j . y - Jmwhoubi.
WDOD-woRKiNa fACH INERY
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANIKQ MILL SUPPLIES
tf WRITK FOR CATAlMiUE.
Ol oil peupi", uu, i) in a r .t ub
new agent DA in lOdaya- -n r two s icoei
alve weeks; one M) in 8 days t two difTireoi
times. Kiperience notnecasaury. A idresi
CASHKLL m - t. (L'fd.)
tu Dearborn sirtea. tbicjgo.
UAMTrn AUKNTB.Stri and Wointn,
WAN I LU to sell "TUB CHILD'S
BrrtLK " Introduction by Ke.J 11 Vin
eent, D.D. One agent has soli a 6 in a ton
Clara Coinvay Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1880.
riirolliiicnt I.itst Term, !t-2.
A SCHOOL for the development of vigor
ous, thoiirfhtu', noble womanhood.
Thia result is reached by breadth and
thoroughnoaa of instruction and tiie awaken
ing of patient, earner.! endeavor. A new
and commodious boarding department has
Just boon completed.
Tbe department of dross making and mil
linery ia added fur the first time.
in the absence of the Principal, who ia tn
Kuropo fi r the summer, cat'iloguea will be
furnithed on application t" Mrs. K. V. Mor
ton, 2.1 Adams atrert, or tbey will be found
al anv of the city hook storey
TQ E M A I jE S 0 1 X A K Y
MISS MAKY J. BAMMV1S, l'HIS.
Opens 1st September, lHSit. Cloaca June, 1HH7.
Unaurpasscd location, buildings, grounda,
apiMiintinenta. Full corj.a touchers; unri
valed advnntngea in Music, Languages, Elo
cution, Art, liook-Kecping, l'hysical Cul
ture. Board, etc., with full F.nglish Course,
a)jr0 per entire session. For full particu
ars noply to principal for catalogue.
llol fe Grammar School,
100 Mnrialiall Atriiuo.
fjtALL TERM OPENS SEP T 27th. Nuc
1' her ot pupils limited. There are lew
vacancies, nd those desiring to enter pupils
should make early application, either tn the
"Advisory Committee," or to R. M. ROLFK,
Principtl. Luke W. Finlay, Dr. I). U.
Saundora, Hon. E. S. Hammond, Adviaory
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA Thlrti
seventh seaaion begina Wednesday, Hey
tember 1, 1M'. A desirable school for you!
daughters in all Dopartra nts ol Female Ed
ucation. (Supplied w,th new Instruments
tine Apparatus, and a full Faculty. Cbargei
reasonable. For catalogu-s and terms, appll
to A. B JON ES, U.U.. LL.D., President.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL
BI HIOKD CO , VIIIUISI
lilt) Slat anneal Mfaalnn Oprna Hp-Iriiiba-r
For catalogue or apeclal Information, ap
ply to Ma-lli-t iif) I. O., la.
W. K. ABIIOT, Pr'.nrlpnl.
St. Mary's School,
Ko. 3fta Poplnr Nlrvvl,
MEM 111 14, till!
A HOARDING and Day School for Young
Ladiea and Children, under tbe chsrire
of the Statera of St. Mary, of the English
Church. Nun.bor of pumla limited tn Hal.
Next school term begina Neplmbr Httlli.
" Nnabvlllr, Tenia Roal Southern
Home lor (lirla. 3Mi tlirla thia year. A non
sectarian school. Patroniied by men of lib
eral minds in all churches. L'naurpaasod in
Music, Art and Languages. For Cutnlogue
ddresa l K. W. L. WRI.
CMVII., li:H AU'AI,iinrt MININO
' Kkltl MJ ail aue Kniaa-lHr
Poly K-liuli Inalliulti, Tray, N, y.
The oldeat engineering school In America.
Next term begina Nepleinber lSth. The Reg
iator for ItiH'i contains a list of the graduates
for the past 61 yeara, with their positions i
also, course of study, requirement, ex
penses. eto. Canilidatea from a distance, or
those living in distant States, by special ex
aminations at their homes, or at luch schools
aa thoy may be attending, may determine
the question of admission without visiting
Troy. For register and full information, ad
dress DAVID M. nil KEN K, Director.
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 JofTVigon Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
lEatitbliahed in 1M0.I
DR. JOHNSON ia acknowledged by all par
ties interested as by far the moat suc
cessful physician in thetreatmentof private
or secret diaeaeea. Oulck. permanent oures
i guaranteed in every case, male or female.
, Recent caaea of Uonorrhea and Syphilis
cured In it days without the use of uier
curv, change of diet or hindrance from
business. Secondary Synbilia, the laat vea
tige eradicated without the uae of mercury.
Involunaary loas of semen stopped in short a
timo. Sufferers from I ui potency or losa of
sexual p.'wera reator eto free vigor in a few
weeks. Victims of s e-abuse and excessive
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
loss of physical and mental power, speedily
and permanently cured. Particular atten
tion paid to the Diseases of Women, and
cures guaranteed. Piles and old sores cured
without the use of eauatic or the knife. All
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines sent by eapresa to all parts of the
KM-WorVlne-mea eured at half the nana)
ratea. Office hours from R o'clock a.m. to t
O'olock p.m. V. S. JUUNHUH. M.U.
A Valuable Patent.
Danry'a (Herae) Torn and Pen riaa
lr. a A VINO perfected my Invention, I wish
o tdaoe it before the Dubllo. eaneoially
manufacturers. As a Corn Planter, it is a
perfect anocess opens tbe drill, distrlbuUd
the seed accurately, nniniured, and ooverd
the same, thereby one man performing tbe
work of three. itie nave been aseu in
this section tor over doeen years witb per
feot satisfaction. Can give reipor.sible teatl
JOHN U. DANCT.Dancyville,
llavwnnd ennntv. Tenvv
CH NCERY SALE
No. 6019, R. D. Chancery Coart of Shelby
county Main or lennesaee, eto., vs. Da
mn Annstronir et al.
BV virtue oi an interlocutory decree for
salt, entered in the above cause on the
atn aa) (I June, ii), w. o. o, page l ie,
1 will soil, at puhiio auction, to the nmn
eat bidder, in front o tbe Clerk and Mas,
ter's office, courthouse ol bhulby county,
Memphis, lenn , on
NMlnraln)', A anna t 7, 1XX6,
within lega hours, the following described
preperty, situoted in hhelby oounty, Ten
nessee, to-wit: A certain lot heainning at n
stake on the west sido of Ninth street 1 15
feet north of the north side of Uarolma
street: thence west and para lei with Cam
hnastreet UVA feet to a stake: thence north
25 feet to an elley; thence east 151)4 feet o
wat side ol niutn street; tnenae soutn i
feet to the beginning.
Terms o! SaleOn a credit of six months;
note with aoeurity required : lien retained ;
ro'jemption barred lluaJuU .1, IHhi,.
S. I. Mi:DOA ELL, Clerk and Mnater.
Ttv II. F- Wills i. Dnoutv Clerk and Master
F. II ii C. W. Uettkell and John John-
aton, Holicltora. .
hhihi,YN,K, T.-I)onrdon the Uill
- Mra II. C. Howard. 2ci Washington
Park. Hooms large; location deligbilul
fonvenloot tu o.ra to Manhattan Touch
ooney Island, L-ng Beach and Central Park I
also to How i org places ol auius ement.
JLHDKEW 8TKWAET, New Orleans.
STEWART, mm. &
Wholesale Grocers, Got, Factors
XO.836 A.D 35S lHOST STHEtT, Ml.JSrillW, TK!SS
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY
C)1TON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IwKW Oltl.lUfiN. itHIMtVA.'
THE LIVEI.K0RE FOUNDRY
FOI NDKY & MACHIXH DEFT,
I rou nml
IKON & HAIL.VAY Sl'l'l'LY DEPT. S'itf and S2S Soronil St.
(Successors In thia lepartment to JOHN M ANOOI.'E.)
aay-Wrlte na for information on ANY THINU In either line.
J. T. FAROAS0N. 0. 0. UKIS.
J. T, FARGASON
S3 Tnmt Street, Memphla, Tern.
Cotton consigned to n: will have our cat attention. We carry at all times a well
selected stuck ol
Staple Sl Fancy Groceries, Winas, Liquors Jobacco&Cia&rt.
Anil will all
N. M. JONKH, President. I. F. PKTKUS, Vice-I'reaident.
W. 1). F. SAWllIK, fecretary and Treuaurer.
(Nnrpmaora Io relrra; N rlf,)
MAN U F AC TV KERS OF THE "MA(iN01JA ItlCAN'l) "
:, as niil 40
N. M. J0NKS. J.NO. K. SPBKD, I. F. PBTERS. ()K0. ARNOLD. W. D. F. SAWRlll
Maccessori to PORTEE, TATLOB it CO.,
WO. SOO FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS. Tr?arm
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & CO,,
330 (Second IHtreet, TTeiiiplilN. ,
LAROB AND OOMPLKTR 8T00K OF PLUMIIKR8, OAS ANB STRAM FITTBRSJ
Materlala. 1'iimt.a. Drive Walla. Iron. Lead and Hone Pioe.Oa. Fiaturca, (llohea, KtO
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factor
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tens,
BKTWEKH iDlHa) AID JErrEHHOB.
Mr. I. N. RAINKY devolea his whole time to the wel .hint and sale of all Cotton entrnlUd
tnnnrchanre. Ontton Wsrehonse. J. W.shlna-ton .treat.
MW 1ID Pa.AHI.IS.MIl.1., VTAVV-TAKsa
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar I'oHts.
A. YACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
8LEl)UEimOS.,of Como,JIl88. F. M. MOKFLELT, Ilcoldent I'urtuor.
Hog. 358 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
Umer, Thornta & Ce
Cotton Factors, Vholesale Grocers,
No. 806 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn,
ANDBKW D. GWYOTTB Mnrtiphla
AND MACHINE COMPAN'
KiOto 174 Adiinis St., Memphl-
H. A. PARKKH. E. L. WOODSOW
& Gallon Factor
Law a III l.naeseS.
& SAWRIE GO.
U. W. Jf AC1I4U.
. E. WITT.
, J. laa