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MEMTIIIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, JULY 24. 1886.
' OIEOMABGARINE BILL
PASEl TIIE HOUSE.
Further Dlsnrreemcnt on the Kit fr
and Harbor Dill-The Payne
WAeHiJOTO!, July 23. IIouu. Mr.
ewitt N. Y called attention to ps
titioDB printtd in the Record this
morning ami presented yesterday by
Mr. Burlciph S. Y.l. The pstitions
come Irom the 'ew York ChambBr of
Commeica and Irom the New York
mercKaTiti in favor of an appropriation
of f 1,000,000 for the improvement of
ew York harbor. Thes petitions,
he euppoaed, had bsen placed in the
Record in o'der to contradict the
statement by him some days bro that
the t'liamber of Commerce was op
posed to the appropriation contained
in the river and harbor bill. He re
itera ed that etntement, and oppwd
tliecont;naincof an improvement be
hind which, he declared, there wai a
job. lie sent to the Olerk'a dek and
bad wad a letter from F. A. Uiircins,
ot the Chamber of Commerce, stating
that, in the view of the Chamber, the
harbor commission bill should become
a law before an appropriation was
Mr. Morrison 111., from the Com
mittee on Boles, reported a resolution
ordering meession for tomorrow nifrht
for the consideration of public build
Mr. Henley Cal., moved to recom
mit the resolution with instructions
i ih Committee on Kules to report it
Wk so amended as to provide that
the evening Besmon shall be for the
consideration of foifoiture bills. The
motion was agreed to. Yea, 138;
The llmiae then wont into the Com
mittee of the Whole (Mr. Springer
1111.1. in the chair), on rovenue ineas
nri. with a view of reaching the
nleomircarine bill, in ordttr to clear
thntrar-kof the untiniehed business,
being the bill to regulate the manu
facture f f vinegar made from grain.
Mr. Hatch I vlo.l moved that it be
reported to the Houbb with the recom
mendation that its enacting clause be
stricken out. The motion was agreed
The Randall tariff bill was next
noon the calendar, but at Mr. Ban
d all's renueat it wai nassed over.
- Then the committee, by the assist
ance of freausnt reports to the House,
proceeded slowly to set aside all the
revenue measures in advance of the
oleomargarine bill, and when finally
that hill wat reached the loading of
iti title was greeted with applause.
In answer to a question a-ked by
Mr. Browne find., Mr. Hatch stated
4ht thouuh the bill had been reported
bick with the recommendation that
the 8ento amendment be non
concurred in, in view of telegrams and
letters which had been received by
the committee during the past six
houis the committee had beon in
atrocted to concur in alj the amend
ments. Mr. Dunham 111. was accorded ten
minutes in widen to oppose the bill,
and he intimated that the votes in
favor of the measure would be cast in
order that members might secure votes
at the coming election.
Mr. Millken Maine rose to contra
diet this statement, but Mr. Dunham
declined to yield.
Mr. Mi liken Then you should not
talk uncivilly. '
Mr. Gallaher JN. Il.-And you
should not make false charges.
Mr. Dunham I have not made
falee charges. I ray that tha object of
this bill is tq gain votes in the election
because it hat been tUtod ti me over
and again that members dare not vote
"What are your motives?" aked a
Mr. Dunham I fought the bill for
1 two reasons. Fin-t, because the bill is
wrong in principle, and second, be
cause it engages the government in
striking down an industry which is
more represented in my district than
any other, and I am here to defend
the Interests of my district.
Mr. Gibson W. Vs. opposed the
bill sa being opposed to every Demo
The House refused to strike out the
enacting clause of the vinegar bill,
and it resumed its place on the calen.
The Senate amendment to the oleo
margarine bill wero then concuired
in vena. 174: navs. 75.
The bill now goes to the President
for his action.
Mr. Will's IKy., from the Confer
Mice Committee on the river and bar
; bor bill, reported a disagreement, and
- a further conference was ordered.
Mr. Herbert Ala. submitted the
- conference report on ttie naval appro
priatlon bill and it was agreed to. The
Home then took a recess until
o'clock, the evening session to be for
tiie oentideratlon of pension bills,
Senator Edmunds submitted the
following resolution which was refer
red to the Committee on Foreign Be
Ketoiwd, mat tne committee on
Foreign Relations be and is hereby In
attracted to inquire Into the rightt of
American nshing vessels and mer
chant vessels within the North Ameri
can possessions of the Queen ot, Great
li.'itain, and wbetherthe rights of such
vesee'a have been violated, nod if to, to
wuiifi Duv, wii wiu coiuinmea re
port upon tne snoject, and li so
what Bteps are necessary to
be taken by Conurees to se
enre the protection and vindication of
the right ol citizens of the United
Btates in the ptemisea: that said com'
mittee have power to sml lor persons
and papers, to employ a stenographer
and to sit during the recess of the
Bena'e, either as a full or by any tub
committee thereof; that such subcom
mittee shall, for the purpose of such
investigation, be a committee of the
eena'e to avl intents and purposes.
Senator Vest, in presenting a ba'ch
of petitions got np by the Knights of
.Liter, temarked that the signatures
ail appeared to be in the same hand
writing and that he presumed (from
tne explanation oi Mr. Van Wyck a
few days ago) that these wete copies
Senator Hour remarked that the
rultsoi the Senate prevented the Pre
seniation of any petitions except orig
Tne Chair sustained the paint made
by Senator Hoar, but said tie did not
feel at liberty to reproach Sonn'ois lor
presenting sucti petitions, a tbougri In
doing eo tney were violating the rules,
(senator Yt8t Baid lie did not pio
PObo to violate any rule ( l the issriate
but he did not with to be put in the
attitude of opposing the nLt tif peti
tions, lie now presented the peti
tiocs with the statement that in his
opinion (without any personal knowl
edge) they were copies, Hie petition
Senator Blair, rising to a veronal
exn'anatioo, called at ention to state
tuents in newsi nper articles to the
effect tout luveUtiona were to be
icade about a member ol the 8nule
having charged a pocr widow $'J0J for
helping her to obtain a pension. He
E resumed the publications referred to
imself, but he bad nothing to do
with the case f mce he eniereu puunc
life. Before tha', when he was prac
ticing law, be obtained a pension lor
Mrs. Hannah Ladd. The ent re bill
for t emcee, including an outlay of
$10, was about f HO. When be was
elected to Congress he turned all his
government budness over to his part
ner, who, without his Knowledge,
brought suit atainst the widow for
services rendered in coiieciiiiu mo
pension and interact, and a writ of ex
ecution had been usued, but when he
(Blair) heard of it he directed lus
fartaer to discont:nue proceedings,
le had never received a dollar for his
services and expenditures in the mat
ter. Senator Kenta ea.d that it struck
him, and those who had taken any in
terest in t'tio matter, that the cafe pre
n?nted a question of much interest, in
view of the wholesale and indiscrimi
nate attacks of the Smator from IH'W
Hampshire upon the President in con
nection with his pension vetoie. n
was. perhaps, somewhat remarkable
that a wiJow, who bad lost her only
son in the army and whese husband
was demented, should have an atiscn
ment cf f200 laid unon the little farm
for services rendered to her. That was
nflrrinl aa a mat tor of some interact.
Senator Blair explained thai tne uein
was not f JOO, but about $iuu. i ncro
never Lud been a time when tne wom
an cculd not have paid it cfl with 5
cen's, but it had heen eetueu uj uer
The Senate then took up the Payne
rase ami was addretsed oy Senator
Call in oppoailion to further investi
Senator Hawley argued in favor of
the investigation, lie proposed, he
said, to vote for tho proposition to in.
vestigate. it could not us taia mat
this movemont was promoted by a
fraction of the people of Ohio. It
conld not be said that it came from
one political party in Ohio. If they
looked around and beyond the Legis
lative action they perceived that un
questionably a great majority of the
citizens of that State believed that the
sat occupied by Senator Payne had
been obtained by means which would
not bear the light of investigation.
Senator Everts closed the debate in
an argument against further inves'iga
tion. It was not to be donbted, he
said, that the Senate was master of
the question presented, and was under
no law or restraint except that im
posed by the constitution. But, by
the same reasoning, the scope and
boundary of the Senate's martery and
duty were limited and fixed .by the
fame firm instructions of the constitu
tion. Whatever rights, whatever du
ties in regard to the vindication or the
punishment of these, concerned in
frauds in States in Senatorial elec
tions, rcst'.d in the Senate, were fixed
in tho constitution. The Senate had
no power and no right to investigate
the conduct of one political party at
the request of another. It had no
power to Investigate the discords of a
party at the request or invitation ol a
faction of that party. It bad no power
to measure or estimate any right or
wrong that did not touch the very ex
tent and authority and scope and re
sult that was measured to it by the
Beta tor Hoar closed the debate in a
artnech in favor of an investigation.
and the Senate proceeded to take the
The first vote was on the resolution
of Senators Hoar and Frye for a fur
ther investigation, and was rejected
teu. 17: navs. 44.
The resolutions of the majority (that
there should to no further lnvestiga
tlons) were adopted yeas, 44; nays
17 the lormer vote reverted.
There was a elight applause when
the result was announcod.
Senator Logan announced that he
had received a letter from Lieut. Gov.
Kennedy, of Ohio, asking that his en
tire letter, from which Senator Logan
read extracts yesterday, might be
printed in the Record.
Menator iioar and senator juimmius
Insisted that it should be read, and it
was read by the Clerk.
The renate then resumed cor der
ation of the sundry civil, and had only
eot through three pages, when a re
cess was taken till 8 o'clock.
Tliwomm'i minion to b tood. not arsat.
To dignify a blah or low enUlo,
nor .trenail), nor Daman wibm orerrais,
But patianlly to bur, ana ao, ana wan.
'Til wom.n'i mlmion to bo true and pura,
Life i ay to .bare, and illant to endura
Tboiorrowi tbattiod aondii and pray, at
In Ilia groat prom Its to tho faithful door.
Til woman', ml.ilnn oft to itand alono.
If ned be. .corn the oantonii we are .hown
To hfllonr to womnn i fatter, ot our 0 n
nt torgini "inn, tho worm tayi, muii
Lot worldling! moor, If from their worldly
We turn our feet, 'ill our. to work and Dray
T(l hitln tha f&itnn. nnil tit inrra.l nil
Xbat lined which UhriaUana .owe to Uod
Which It the beat: To follow Fuhton'alead
How diiwn to .ool.l law. end social creed.
Or Lmerua lift, and worao than Larua
Bhall we dony the help that Qod decreed T
Ah I nan. ye by. Mr woman, lift thy head
Leet thou .houldit mo tho befiar 'noath tby
Notcle.n onouth for alma from thea. On
For thieves, not decent poor. Ilia life was
seed wo oar
Ah I women,
for self lore
Need we n... bv. for nth.re' Dralpe. tha teara
That fall on our own heart? Negloot but
Kaehone, till, hardened, rrior but sin ap
Must not self on the altar duty wake
And of our live, a, .orifice then make
Kren thnuch joy die, and weary hearts may
lie fives in death mora than our hands can
Don't hide lire's cross away and think It
lousure will reap each sorrow you hare
llolli other.' Tirtn... other. faults Oondono
And for each soul wo save Uod orowns our
Jl ii WiiKnwa, ia AVw Orltant Pieavtint,
Another Pswlor 4'anaht
Patkron, N J., July 23 The Bev,
Johannes van den Brork. nastor of tin
Armenian Holland Church, of this
city, was arrested this morning on
wairant istued veaterdnv for mayhem
alleged to have been committed on
John liar nisu. one of the pastor
Hock, who had discovered Van don
Brock in siisnuioiis mlations with
certain widow. The arrest was mad
in the biNeuient of the house in Mill
berry s r, ot. where the woman lived,
Itralb of Well Known Lawyer.
Nkw Havkn. Conn.. Jul v 23 Col
Dexter Kiiceel Wright, one of the host
known lawyers of this S ate, died at
his resiiVnoe, in this city this mornicg
OM A HARMLESS CRAM.
YOUJili MAN ABBES 1 ED AT
Fear That He Might Be a Possible
Uniteaa Turns Oat an Inof
Rondoi t, N. Y., July 23. Nathan
Schuler, tho young man arrested by
the Albany police yetterday for fear
that he might be a possible Gaiteau,
is a resident of Bondout, and can be
best described by the Scotch phrase,
"An innocent." In Kondout he has
always been looked opDn as a harm
less crank, and has served as a butt for
the practical jokers. When Mr. Cleve
land was elected President Schulei'
wrote to him asking for the position
ol prstmaster at Kondout. The Free
man has a copy of this letter, which is
a literary curiosity. Schuler is a He
brew. Every week or bo ho proposes
msrriagd ta young ladies. His antics
are amuing,'but do not frighten any
body. Two or three yeais ago he
wrote doggerel poetiy, and when he
ould raise money to buy stationery
and stamps sent his verses to promi
nent men along the Hudson river.
Occasionally kind hearted merchants
gave his old stock to peddle on the
stree's. When the postal inspectors
were inspecting the Bondout postoilice
two weeks ago a joker induced Schu
ler to call on the olBcials and demand
that the ollice he turned over to him.
He has always spoken enthusiastically
about the President and there teems
to be no doubt that he went to Al
bany to ak the President for a posi
tion. Sjhuler never retaliates, even
when guyed unmercifu'ly by small
boys, lie was never known to carry
a weapon, and is looked upon with
HCni'l. Kit's LETTER
to the Presidsnt was written in the
indout Y. MC. A. rooms. He
sked Secretary A. H. Wilcox for a
sheet of paper, which was given him,
rd two hours later handed a letter, ol
which the fillowing is a verbatim
copy, t Mr. Wilcox:
Bohdsvt, November 2, 1S5.
ia Highest Elzency, To the Ilia-best
Kernels to lion. Urover Cleveland, froai-
doni L ilked States America:
Whbrias, the citz9PS of the City
Kingston can recomoned Nathan
Schuler an honest intelnent and up
right yonng man has been a citzen of
the City Kingston of the past 27 years.
Nathan schuler was born in the city
Kingston in the County of Ulster in
the State of New York, we can recom-
nd Nathan Schuler who ia capable of
holding (see over) politcat position
nder the government employ. W her-
as Nathan Schuler of the city King
ston looking for a posaition in the gov
ernment emnlov. that Bindout noft
office as assistiant postmaster Kondout
P O i. 1 hope do all you can in
my fitvor as to give a position of some
mil to make a honeat living. 1 done
all 1 conld in Hon. grover Cleveland
favor. I introduced your name when
was a candidat prae ti the public at
pnblic meetings city N. in the State
Y. So 1 am entitled to bold 1'olit-
cal possition of tome kind nnder gov
ernment employ. So I will end my
kind letter and send my regard to
bon grover Cleveland write me
answer upon this important letter as
quick as possible I .remain yours re-
spectfnly mathan bchclkb
Komdout. N. Y.. Jnlv 23. Schuler
asked Mr. Wilcox to send it for him,
but he declined. Schuler taid he
would send it anyway, because he
felt quite sure the Picsident would
reply immediately. In addressing the
envelope, ecnuier nut the word "im-
personal" on it. because, as ne raid,
that was a good idea.
Members of the Young Men s Chris
tian Association have been very kind
to Schuler, giving him their cast off
clothing, and small Bums of money at
times. Schuler Is a great reader. He
spends hours in the Young Men's
Christian Association reading room
He is always quiet and respectful
A POSTAL CARD
has been received from Schnler, ad'
dressed to four well known citizens,
Al.BlKY. N. Y
Dear Sib I hope to have the pleas
nre as to write to you. 1 hope you
are well, so am I tlia same. I am in
Albany now at present. I will re
main in Albany after the centennial
so I will end my postal'and send my
regards to my mends, l remain yours
Si. BUUULKti.tttBtato street, Aioany
Schuler is expected to return
Little Boys Hlewn TTp by
Bomb at t'hlrac.
CuicAtio, 111., July 23. Two little
bays. Herman Jacobs and F.d Kro
nickp. while nlavinc in "Yankee
allev. between Bissell street and Shef
field aventio, yeateiday, found a round
tin tube about 1 inches in dtamete
and "Imped like a blacking box. It
was tightly closed and something in
side tattled like money. The hoys
took it into the back yard where
young Jacobs lived. He pat the box
on a chopping block and then struck
at it with an axe. On striking th
second time an explosion occurred
wbh'h was heard many blocks away,
The bovs were thrown on their backs,
The mother of Kronicke rushed to the
BDot and carried her eon home.
piece of the bomb had torn through
nissiiiri sioeve into nisarm and norri
bly mangled the limb. The elder boy
Jacobs, was bending over the can
he waa striking it with the axe. One
piece of the metal or substances in the
box struck his face above the jaw near
the chm and passing through his
mouth went out through his cheek,
leaving two large blackened holes.
Two other pieces struck his left arm,
making very ugly wounds. The ex
plosion was of such a nature as to
leave no doubt of the "deadly character
of the object. It was evidently tilled
with dynamite and is supposed to have
been thrown into the alley by anarch
iota. In tho I)er Old Iya.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the same on the de
sirableness of a fine head cf hair. If
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Unlearn will make you
look as you did in the dear old days.
It is worth trying. The only standard
60 cents article for the hair.
Urler at LaM Vasaqut.hrd.
Ciiioaoo, III, July 23. Thonia?
Grii'f, th alleged HiiRfchifit, ami
saloon kreper, at No. 64 Woat Lke
atreef, baa at lant b'icn vanquished.
After the riots in May his litouee to
a til liquor was annulled, and ho pro
tected Against (he action of the authori
ties. He continued to pell liquor over
hia bar without a liconeo until he wan
arrcstptl, when Jiutice Scully had
lined him ;ji0 on two ditlVrent occ:
aior.g. Hetlien 8oiurd a delegation
to vi?it tho Mayor and interpose in his
behalf, but without avail. - On Tues
day an attachment was taken oni Dy a
firm of wholesale liquor dealers, for a
debt of $58, and a conetable had hardly
taken possession before a brewer ap
peared with a bill of tale, which Grief
ad made to him. The brewer took
poi session on a replevin unuor me
111 of Bale, and the notorious den ol
anarchists will soon be broken up.
Orwhoo. N. Y.. Julv 23. Henry
Kennedy, of this city, was arrested to-
ay on the charge oi comuiimug rape
pn Ixjttie. the It) year old daughter
of W. W. Greene, a lawyer cf Oiweg j.
Kennedy met the child near tne
Daolitile Louss last Wednesday and
entici d her to nn unfrequented spot
on the Eut river r.al, near 'ho city
iinits. where the hellr.h deed was
committed. Kennely is about 2t
pars chl aril is married. W, W.
Ureen was formerly ed.t rof a fty re
cuse rewapaper. His child is badly
a. well e Sirtrewuns; complaint. 11
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Forty Years a Sufferer from
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VCiTt vnrtTY VKARS I kayo been a tIo-
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a sufferer from B.UKUtiAiis ria
AfiRfSsS MY FOREUKAD AND MY NOS-
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that 1 hesitate to mention ii.exoepi ior ine
food tt may do some other sufferer. I hare
spent a Toons fortune from my earnings
rfnin m fnrtv Tear, of snfferina to obtain
relief Irom the doctors. I have tried patebt
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me lour oorner. oi ine earm, wi.i w ivum.
And AT LAST (57 years of aao) hayemet
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r .v. n.li.ina nrt th. onl . rerret I hare
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baffled tha efforts uf acience uud ratHlicine as
this, but at last a remecly has beon discovered In
t"rtVlVW0 wlli' n CURES KHEIJMA
yJVWV.VVA.VUVt t 1 S M , and la heartily en
dorsed by many of tho Leading pbyaicians.
WHAT THEY S A , :
'"TOKOALOra La diiiug all that h rlaimed it "ill in V
(i. O. SlU'UiI, 41. !., UantraU, 1U.
FOR SALE BY Al.t DRUGGISTS. PRICE OrfE DOLLAB PES BOTTLfiV
A. A. MELLIER. Sol. Propria. 1(Y and HI WASHIflOTOX AVKHTTB. ST. LOUIR
Sole Agents (ollowini
saw A HEW T-OCTAVK
Write (or OaUloanna. Noaj.233 find
NAPOLEON HILL, rresiaent.
11. J. LXXX,
SDOES A GKIIKBAE. FIRE
III U MMb Ulllll).bU
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FURSTENHEIM, WM. I. COLE,
o. HAHtxusiiV. u, is.
vffice--19 Madicion Ntreet, Ilemphls, Tenn
Johsa H. alllan.
Wholesale Orocera, Cotton Factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis. Tenn,
BJETWBEa aOAHS AH I JEFFKKttOII.
Mr. I. N. RAISKY devotes his wtole time to the weighing and sale of all Cotton entrusted
toonrcharre. (!ottn Warwhon... Washington street.
J. m. DAY,
Late of J. B. Day Son.
Late af Meaoham Jiorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-382:Front Street. Memohia Tenn.
THE L1VERM0RE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPAN"
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEPTlGOto 174 Adams StMemphl?
Work. U .
in rrTi n
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPT. 226 and 228 Second St.
(Successors in this lepartment to JdHN MANOOUK.)
anr-Write ns for tnform.tinn on ANY THINff in either line.
L. D. MULLIN8, of lata J. R. flodwln k Co
Cotton Factors &Com mission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor.
J. A. BAILEY.
J, L BAILEY & CO,,
330 Second Street, Memphis.
A r AROR AND rnMPIKTB 8T0CK OF PLUMBERS, OAS AND 8TB AM FITTERS
A S?l.A ?JM.K.TWelUUIrnnUL.d a.d H,nne Pine, flta Fixtures. Olnbe., KM
till la the saarket,
209 MAIN STREET,
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers.
Wa. li Union Ntfeet.
J. T. FAR8AS0N.
C. C. DEIS.
T. FARGASON h CO,
molesalo Grocers & Cotton Facton,
SS9 rront Street, Memphla, Tenia. k
Cotton eonsianed u . .01 " "
Stapla & Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors,Tobacco& CigaPft,
-a whi sen as Lew a Mie Lowest.
"TI'U,,,V'? r Infl.inmiitry Rheonutitni of
""r" i ?';ilr tf" TuMaauaa, and
P1'"1 " dumg wl."
W. W. BaXIXB, M. D., Tlmmtr, PI
Tr mr opinion TovaALnrc einwii'wlsa all other
ao-caIkxI rheumatic n-mtxlKW "
a. O. WoiuuuM. M. Marenco. CL
" IT.v (riven Tonoatrm a fair trial, aod throk ft
the bvM ruined 1 uaveavtjr fuuud fur Kheaiuatuuii.1
B. F. DiVTS, Sturgeon. Ho.
first -Clasi Instruments'
nnd . 3ESl33.-a.1bo
PIANO FOR tlOO.-w
335 SKCOND ST. MEMFRI'
11 1 "'
W. IV. W 1LKE RSON, TIcfr-rreBldeB
AND if ARISE B TNI Si ESS.
H. J. Vlar.
J. W. BAILET.
Lata of Bailey k Covingtof
J AS. TONGE, late oi J. W. Caldwell A Cc
Front and Union, Memphis.
I Tn n iln
' JOHN E. HANDLE & CO.PBOPB'S,
98 Second St. Memphis, Ten
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKR8 IN
v.nKlnes), Hollers, Sawmills,
Bradford Corn and Wheat Mill
Cotton FreRH, Cotton ULdh,
anmit. MOTIC'K We'arenrenared to fill order!
notioe. for the celet rated Hedart Pateal
Wronihi.iKi' Pallfij. We carry in itook ovat
Two Hundred Assorted Kiica.
ate-Send for Catalogue and Price-list.'
tt. E. WITT.
with a fall assort
t 5femiliU, Term.
E. L. WOOD80B
Jfo. 5323, R.D. Chsncery Court of Shelby
eounty bute of lenneaaee tor use, oto..
ts. Josephine Vienna et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree tor
sale, entered in the above cause on tha
22d day of January, im, M. B.51. page 1,
I will sell, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and M&Mer'a
office. Court-houte of Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
HMnrUay, Jnly 31, 18N6,
within legal honrs, the following described
property, situated in Shelby oounty, Tenn.,
The 'north part ol lot 3, block 38, fronting
32 feet on the east sideot St. Martin street,
gnu running back 219 feet, rcore or leee.t bo
north line of said lot being iXI feet south of
Ileal e street. ......
Terms of gale On a credit nf ng month:
note with security, bearing interest re
quired: lien rctMin?d; reaouiptinn birred.
This June 2ti, lSHn'.
S. 1. SlcOOH'ELL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walsh. 1). 0. and M.
F. H. and C. W. HeUkell. noliCitors.
III? At. ESTATE
No. 5407, K. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
oounty titate of Tennessee, fr use, eto.
v, F. W. Smith etal.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above caure on the
2thdayof Janudry, lS-ti, Minute Book ")U.
page 2ol, I will sell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master's office, court-house of b'helby coun
ty, Memphis, Tenn., on
Mtarlay-, AagnNl 7. lht,
within legal hour", the following described
property, situated in bhelby eounty, Tenn.,
Part of oountry lot 505, fronting 12 feet on
IhA .nuth side of Carroll avenue. 44t feet
east cf (ioo. P. Cooper's lot and west of and
adjoining Alary neilora s, oy a aepta oi lit
ftet, 8lh ward. ......
Lot 1 and 2 Rembert s subdivision, front
ing r0 fett on the ent siue of Manaffas
street, Ml feet north ol Hawley street, by a
eptn ot mr4 leci. .
Port n' lot P. country lot Mil. fronting 25
feet on the north side of Washington strr et.
2 fret west ol li. mob aiot, uy aaeptn oi
Part of country lot 499, fronting 75 feet oa
the north side of Adams si roet, northwest
corner ot Yates avenue, by a depth of 148
''Lot 2. country lot 519, fronting DO feet oa
the west side ot Johcron avenue, and run
ning back wet oelweeo parallel line; ana
parallel with Auction street, I'JU feet to aa
''Lot'lO. country lot 519, fronting 28 5-6 feet
on the eaatside of Covington road, southeast
corner of alley south of Auction street, by a
depth oi lmyi feet-stn warn.
Lot 14. oouatry lot 619, fronting 28 10-12
feet on the east aide ol Covington road, 28 5-6
feet south ot alley south of Auction street,
by a depth of 14H toot- ..., .
West half of lot 62, country lot 49fi, front
ing 30 feet on the north side of Malison
street, by a depth of 148 feet-8th ward.
Terms of Sale On a credit if six months ;
notes with good security, bearing interest
from date required; lien retained to secure
sarre, and equity ol redemption barred.
This July 7, 1N.
8. 1. MCDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By U. F. WalBh, Deputy C. and M.
ORRUGATED IRON SIDING
. And Iron Roofing.
1. ..III... '- !'
IP J I
Fire. Wlad. Water anal IlsthtalaS
proof. Suitable for all kinds of bnildins.
jror prices ana estimates at iaciory raioa,
call on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 k 440 Main St., and 21 A Mulberry st.,.,
Headquarters for Iron Fences and Creatine;.
uaivamsea iron uornioa.iin noois a rnoves.
nr tf yeari a- 35 Court Place, wj-h ;
4 wlirtT Suo.tl and Innlfr qnuISM torsoM aiX Is
son .uocutul, w bis fine U1 prmr ,
Soermutorrlioii and Impotencr
v trie rtwalt gf if-ttiM lt jvaUk, wnmi uwnei km.
irer jOara, or rHliV caaK. trid prodiKtrjf ocseo.' fcr-
'owIdr uflMtt' SerrcutoeM Svmiiu) Rmiuioiit 'L'itl eUikv
tjoQH by lrriitit. DIiudm of Bight, WteoUv Ht V, Tlj
icilDfcay riaiplMoo Kr i veirwn toSocjrty ci Ptiniaa,
' onr-jtivn of ;dta, IsOM or Bviul Poww, tto.. mtdsD
tunlam tronroiT or nnhaprr, r ttoroughlf Dd feraar
Awtf cvl SYPHILIS piUrelJ
Hrehr rrmrfrniit f,m uv vBttiu, OoBOrrllM,
GLEET, 8trictur. VrvbiUa, lertu. t jUtJUa,
ivafiduUierpriTudini qukkly our4 -
H IstieHf-Wsdr-Dt tbM phy lioiuvbnptyiisTt11"
MrAin ctaH r dlMuct, ni Imttng Urauundt uu
xlXj, nequlrei gn Ulll. PbyvitBa) knowtmibsaj rvkofiM
.too mtB tort ptTMriit to my ur W(j(-l t U 'onnt totf k m
latt Uieclty tv. tsWaUneot, meda-lmt aw V f'ivt4lj
and Kufoly by mill or xt'reaa (vuyvberri,
Curet, Guarant?vi I 1
andertakeitt k .
."ouaulUtiimf prwtifcis" fr ty fA' a- rt'ttA
L tsUKta t-MOQajtiC W'-l fr-rvri.i Via". KTt') 'fcW'B-JaVae.
4 PBIVAT1' COTJNSELOK
j" AHJ ptafM. Dy W'ss 7rl..el. for ttalsstj
-ui Sboukt yx ml t? tA Adirt at mbt
Trv htiu nf M- ; 1. ef sfivvten, 9 1APV
No. B046, R. D. Chancery Court of Hhelbr
county. btate ot lenneaaee va. li.
Cobb et al.
BY virtueof interlocutory deereeafor sate,
entered in the above oaase on the 2fltD
day of Jane and 9th day of November, 188,
M. B. 48, p. 560, and M. B. 50. pace 111. I will
sell at pnolie auction, to the highest bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Master a office,
courthooae si bhelby county, Memphis, Tea
Batarday, Joly Sa, 1888,
within legal honrs, the following desorifxd
property, situated in Bhelby eounty, Tea-
nesaee. to-wit: , ,.. 1V
Lot 8, block 5S, fronting MxlTI feet, tonlh
tide of Georgia street, ...... ..
Side of Vance street 80 feet east of Ae eprner
of SU Martin streets thence east with Vanoe
street 70 feet; thence south 80 feet; thence
west 70 feet; thenca north 0 feet to the ke-
Lot 19, block 64, beginning on the west
side of Hernando street at northeast oorner
of said lot; thence weetwardly with the line
of J.M. Wilson's lot 186 leet to the east line
ot 8. Mosby's lot; thence sonth with said
line 21 feet; thence eastwardly with Henry
Nolan's line to Hernando streets thenoe
north with said street 21 feet to tha begin-
" Terma of Sale On a credit of six months,
note bearing interest, with eecurity, re
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
Ihia June 18, 1886.
B. I. McDOWKLL, Clerk and Master.
By II. F. Walah, Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. H. 4 C. W. Heiskell. solicitors. .
No. 6321, R. D. Chaneery Court of Shelby
county. State of Tennessee for use, etc.
vs. Joseph Haines et al. '
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree lor
sale entered in the above cause on the
22ddaj of January. 18H0, M. B. 51, rage lb3,.
I will sell t oubiio auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Master's
ofBca, ooutthouss ol ohe by eounty, Mem-
pn"',arW.I..lr 8, lss,
within- legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Shelby oounty, Ten
neisee, to-wit: u..,., ...
ing 75 feet each on the west aide of Boas ave
nue, and running back 148 feet. Bold aa
liOtS If anu 0h ivouiwoi b puuuiviniifu, iiuub-
property of Asa Selby, Jennie Talbot and
i.nt si. K. P. Stewart's subdivision, front
ing 60 feet on the east aide ot Missiaaipai av
enue, and running Lack between parallel
)i on the north line 2f3 leet, and on:n
sitchl ite 2U'2lcet to an allry, being
thir I lot airli of Chnpin avenue.
Xirnis cf Sale On a creoit ot six months
ncto,n itt aeccrity, bearing interest required
lien retained; redemption barred. Th!
V. i. MrlWVELL, Clerk and Master
By H. F. Walsh, lievuty Clerk and Matte
F. H. AC. W. Ueiakell, Krli-itors.
t ..t the NpWHpalKT A1vit
tiKlim Ain'nt'H i)l Unaora
N. sV. AVtR a oOH,ourauUwrtadt:iiit
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