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MEMPHIS DAILY 'APPEALFRIDAY, JULY 30, 1886.
XIETIXti OF THE EXECUTITE
Of the Tenth Chiicerj District
Their Time Sarel bj the W ith
drawal of Judge LiriDjgtou.
israout to Tit irriiL.I
DvkR'i;o, Te.vm., July 29. Pur
euant to call of the DenucraMc 8tate
JCxecative Commit. -e Jor a Conven
tion ol the County Executive Com
mittee and I he atornevs o( tbe Tenth
Chancery Division to meet at Kives
today, quit e a number of our attor
neys and citizens went to Rives lint
night, and on reaching that place
found that Judge Livingston had
-withdrawn from the race for Chancel
lor, leaving Judge Homers, the worthy,
Sure and guileleta old man to carry the
einocratio banner to victory on tbe
5th of August, So there was nothing
left for the committee to do, and moat
ol our delegates returned this morn
ing. Tbe action of Judge Livingston
in withdrawing from tbe race in favor
ol bis opponent, Judge Somers, at this
late hour, after be has spent bis time
and money in making the canvass,
'will commend itself to the Democratic
party as an act of dcvot on to party,
iullv commensurate witli the avowals
made bv J udge Livingston i n his spur c h
before the committee at Rives on Fri
day, tbe 1231 iiitUnt, and it is no lees
a matter of rogrct to the friendB of
Judge Vomers tbau it the friends of
Judge Livinghton that a combination
ol untoward clrcumtancet(the coming
out ol a Republican candidate) made
it necemary that oue of the Demo
cratic candidates ehonld withdraw and
place their c'alms before a convention,
and the lovers ol the Democratic party
will du y appreciate the sacrifice made
by Judge Livingston in taking such a
W. G. Dyer, aprominout candidate
for Sheriff of our county, published a
card yesterday branding as false
and slanderous a report being cir
culated throughout the county to the
etlect that he "started to take a bor
rowed horse to Arkansas" about two
years ago. Mr. Dyer published certi
fied copies ol the judgment rendered
in tbe replevin suit about tbe horse,
which show conclusively that the re
port is untrue. Some of the best clti
kpdb of our county who have known
Mr. Dyer intimately lor sixteen years
publish In the card above alluded to
that be is a strittly reliable gentleman
and in every way worthy of the peo
ple's oontldenco, and your correspond
ent's knowledge of the man warrants
a hearty indorsement oi the good
name given him.
It is thought that our countryman,
8. L. Cockroft, will enter the conven
tion at Memphis next Saturday with
as much or more positive strength for
the nomination for Attorney (General
than either of Ub opponents Young,
of Covington, or Coates, of Bolivar.
Tbe Hank of Dyeraburg is having
erected on the northeast corner of the
snnare an elegant bank building, which
will bo ready for occur ation in about
John M. Nichols, our County
Troupe, and a membor of the firm of
Nicbo.-. Woolen A Co., Is building a
couple u' brick storehouses on tbe east
tmte ol the ruuiio t-quare.j w,
Democrats will b expected to jrive
him their support in the coming elec
tion. H. J. LIVINGSTON.
BaowwaviLLi, Tan,, July Wth.
BEAUFORT, N. &
U EA BIT IN DOB EM EXT OF
Karolaalrd by the Drraorral
Nbvlby t'ouaiiy A Word or
Twi for NaodarMs.
POLITICS IT ME SOUTH.
VIEWS OF LEADISG NEWSPAPERS
IN 1HE SOUTH.
questions r the Day, Inclodlag the
Contest for Uovernor In This
and Other States.
1 1 A Card From Jndte LUIagstoB.
' To Ue Voters of the Tenth .Chanoory Di
Judge Soiiiom, of Dresden, and my
' sell huving Neil for some months past
rival candidates lor lue utianceiior
uliipof this Division both Democrats
have been confronted within the
pas' lew days with a Republican can
didate lor the same ofllce, in tbe per
enn ol Mr. John R. Walker, of Trenton
The race ia thus made ti a-same a po
litical imiw.t. and tho Democratic ma
jority in tbe division being only about
2500 at the last election, there is immi
nent danger ol Democratic defeat in
cane Judge Somers and myself both
The Democratic Executive Commit
tee at tbe division met last Friday at
Rives, with a view to sucn measures
as would retire one or the other of the
Democratic candidates. Alter a pro
tracted Beesion this committee ad
iourned Bine die. without accomplish
ing anything. Another meeting has
been called by Messrs. C. M. Ewing
and C. A. Miller, members ol the
Democ ratio State Executive Commit
tee, to meet on Thursday next at
Rives, Tenn., and t) be composed of
tbe Democratic Executive Committee
and Democratic lawyers of tbe several
counties of the division, to nominate
a Democratic candidate for Chancellor.
This meeting is not sanctioned by
Democratic urage, is not called by
proper authority, would be wholly
impracticable if it were authorixed,
and, of cour.o, will not fcive satiafac
tion to tbe pot. v. Hence we can ex
neit nothing from this source.
I have within the past twj days
fuithfully and earnettly endeavored.
liy private uego iations with Judge
Sotmra and myself and our reepective
friends, to Uirly aud equitubly decide
the matter bttaeen us so as to leave
but one of ns in tbe field. These ne-
gct'atinns have failed, and tin re in no
probability that any further action
will bo taken, either by th party or by
private negotiation, which will Rati
factorily adjust theditlerences. What
then snail he done? Shall we both
continue in tbe race? If so, probable
delcat aw. its us txth. The t:uie is
short, as the election occurs on the 6th
ol AugiiHt. Many ol my mends stren
uounly i usi it that there is a reasonable
hope cf my election with all the can
didates in the fi!d, and protest that I
shall continue in tbe race until tbe
election clones. But, notwithstanding
these earatst appaals and the ob
1'gations incurred by reason of the
warm and unwavering runnort a ven
me during the contest, yet. ai 1 have
aiways been a Democrat and devoted
to the principles ol my party, I am un
willing now to stand in the way of ita
success, and risk even its pcsuble de
feat. I recrgnizs the fact that my
personal aspirations suould be subor
dinated to the principles of Demociacy
and that its success in the coming
elrction should not be jeopardised by
individual inten a a To the end, there
fore, that theeo principles may tri
umph and Democratic haruionv and
auccees be aai'ired, I now withdraw as
a candidate tor the ChancellornhiD.
I trust that litis ait'oo of mine will
remove all difficulty out ol the way of
the success ol the party.
To my hosts of trends throughout
the division, who have stood by me so
noiiiy sail 'laitniuuy during my ran
va, I retain my most siocero and
hear I felt thanks. Their ardent tiiand-
able and valient ecrvice will aver link
rthem to me ts with "hooks of tteel."
My advics to them is to ignore any
personal animosities that may have
been engendered by the contest be
tween Judge Somen anil mreelf and
disregarding all the malicious thiunU
and slanders from whatever quarter
they may come. Stand firmly by the
Democratic party, and cn no account
hszirJ its luccees. Judge Somers if
m'Oijniwd as a Democrat, and trne
looaaaaro-oixci or tki srrs.L.I
RiAcroBT, N. C. Jnly -'8 I see by
the papers that the skirmish line is
withdrawn and the fight well begun,
and I am more truly r-orry than any
candidate that my health prevents me
from participating in it. As we used
tossy, "God defends the right," but
then as now, much of success lies in
numbers and superiority of material.
As lo tbe lat'er, beginning with the
name of Eilett (who needs no word
from roe) and going down the entire
line, I cannot se bow any man who
loves tbe people can challenge the re
cent nominations by tbe Democratic
party, and as the people make tbe
country, I do hope that business will
be entirely suspended on the 5th of
August, and that employers and em
ployes' will nse all proper appli
ances .in electing the nominees.
With 3udge Eilett es Chancellor
aud Dubose and Peters Judge of Crim
inal Court and Attorney General, life
and property will be sale, and all the
good people can lie down in peace and
security lor eight years. Sju-aking of
Dubose and Peters, I am utterly as
tonished that any question is made a
to whether they will properly and
fully execute tbeir offices. Tbe idea
that tome entertain that the Judge
shall follow the letter of the law aud
the Attorney General establish a strict
espionage upon all citixens is simply
absurd. The letter would visit equal
punishment upon Uieamasain who pre
sents the pistol as on tbe citlr.ea r'e-
i i i.i. i : i- . V.
leuuiug wuu uuts. rj-piuuaxo o
mother of slaves and perjurerB, and 1
bone we will never tsaotien it. i
speak freely about this, as I am a good
citizen and want no ottice.
I desire to say something about M'.
Snodgrass. The passing opposition
from East Tennessee in the nominating
convention arose from the fact Unit
certain older residents of that section
had, ever since tbe death of Judge
McFarlaod, been looking for his place,
while Snodgraes, a recent immigrant
from upper Middle Tenneacop, and
perhaps not thinking of the position,
bad made no ellort until recently, and
hencs tne charge that he wna not a
bonafide resident.'but moved to Chat
tanooga for the purpose of running.
Judge McFarland diedmnce the change
of residence. No one questions Mr.
Snodgraes's ability, and young as he
Is, he has made a record throughout
the Stats as a man of the people aa
true as steel to his convictions and tbe
right and with the nerve to assert
them. These are the character
istics which belong to a judge.
In addition to ibis, he was a
member ol the Legislature, while
Memphis, staggering under the seven
woes, was tryingto get on her feet, and
with that sympathy and humanity
which made bim an idol where be was
roared, be volunteered his assistance,
and to his inflnonco and exertions we
owe a debt which Shelby county can
well repay In part by casting her eolid
vote lor him. and l think sue will uo
it. I like alrup, sjiuato man (so does
y one, lftiipn jm), and wueu I vote
for sucn I feel that I have done myself
aaervico aa welt is my fellow (itixnns.
A IliU SCIIEME.
Movement to IJnlle All Ibo direct
Hall way ol nu x.oaia.
St. Loots, Mo., July 2t). A move
ment to unite all the street railway
companies in the city into one, to be
nnderone management with a ' iruat
Board at the head of atlairs, la on toot.
The plan ia said to have been sug
gested as one ol mutual protection
against excessive competition and a
resultinir cut of fares, the directors of
some ot the older companies Deiieving
that a remunerative buslnees could bo
carried on bv roductng the fare from
five to three cents. The contemplated
cut by these toads alarmed the others
and a plan oi consolidation was pro
poHtd.HA committee oat Dcon ap
pointed to ascertain if such a scheme
is practicable, and they agreed to re
nnrt. ills he ieved. lavorabiy. Mr. t.
II. Terrv. of Chicauo. inventor of the
new grip and cable system, was before
the committee last nighfttt the letter's
invitation, and explained to tacm me
merits of his svstem. which makes
pcmiblo a cable line twenty miles long
of 'four systems, operated by one
plant. If satisfactory airnngements
can be made by tbe committee lor the
purchaeo rf the patent, and if the
consolidation can be brought about,
horse power will be done away with
and every street car in the city will be
The Kplilvmlv or t'over M wMt
PiTTKiuiui, Pa.. July 9. There
were three deaths yesterday from the
fever at West Kliaabeth and one new
cate. The condition of many ol tco
patients now undtr medical tieatment
is such that more deaths are expected.
There is a growing imprers on that the
epidemic has not yet reached ita lim
its, and as trie pbysictanB experience
ere at difficulty in satisfactorily diag
nosing the disease, there is considera
ble dincrence of opinion among them
as to the proper treatment. This has
bad a tendency to Increase tbe alarm
among tho people, and the borough
authorities are exorting themselves in
every way to enforce sanitary meas
ures and lo olUcially carry out tne sug
gestions that representatives of the
Stale Board of Health have made in
pursuance of investigations mads by
Hevretatrr MaMlac'e Cadlllo.
Albany, N. Y.. Jnly SO.StHjretary
Manning, accompanied by bis son
Fred, Fire Commisaioner Ulins and a
valet, loft by the 10 o'clock train this
morning for Watch Hill. Although
Secretary Manning walked mors
evenly today and with a less halting
movement than when he arrived in
Albany, he has apparently lost
strength. He did not as a cane in
walking from the depot to tne drawing
room car, a distance of about seventy
leet. His right hand retted on Mrs.
Manning's arm. Those who saw him
remarked upon his feeble appearance.
Hit face was nale. He chatted pleas
antly with friends beiore leaving the
depot, but did aot appear cheortui.
Mr. James U. Manning, managing
editor of tbe Atom, thinks bis father
ia feeling much better than when he
niiiveu in wuHuy. ,
Tna California terahlp.
Sacbambnto. Cal. July 2ii. At a
Kepublicaa caucus of the members of
both houses cf the Legislature yetter
day afternoon, it was resolved to elect
a United estates Senator to nil tne un
expired term of the late Senator Mil
ler, to wboe teat. liov. Ktoneman ap
pointed Senator Hearat.the.prcseut in
Knoxvillb Tribune: The East Ten
nessee Democracy would cordially
suppoit either of the ssven gentlemen
who are known to be candidates for
the otlice of Governor of tne Stats
from this side of the mountains.
Chattasoooa Timet: We hope
there will be no violence resoited to
by candidates or tbeir friends. Fight
ing with fists, clubs, knives, pistols,
guns, and other carnal weapons,provee
nothing favorable to the agistor. If
tbe authorities have to pot on a hun
dred policeman to prevent threats
Irom culminating in riot and murder,
let it be done. Cnattanooga can afford
any reasonable expense to preserve
Chattanooga limn: It is well for
a candidate nst to carry loo much
load. The attempt of some people lo
offset the ugly facts In their recoids
by citing the bad reputation of John
Jones or Abs Smith, is indicative of
a weak cause, an indefensible position
or a weak head. Every tub mutt
finally stand on its own bottom.
SoiixitviLLB Reporter: The Bhelhv
county Democrats have a thorough
organization, and are making a hot
tight all along the line. Enthusiasm
and work will carry them straight
Tub Morristown Oatelle is opposed
to the nomination of Bob Taylor, and
ehows that out of thirteen Democratic
papers in East Tennessee, nine are
opi osed to him.
Tin Kashvillo Union opposed the
Ttlair bill, but favors the restitution of
the cotton tax and its appropriation to
tbe (chnots The Birmingham Age
says: "We should like to know what
difference, except in name, there
would bo in giving this tax money to
the cause of education and giving it
through an appropriation under the
MnNTooMBRY Adiertiter: The extra
dition treaty awaits ratification by the
United States Senate. Had ita terms
been sgreed upon some year ago a
great army of embezzlers would now
be crimina's in prison instead of en
enjoying tbeir ill gotten wealth in
luxury and defying arrest.
Mmm.r. Reaitter: This is as good a
time as any to have a clear understand
ing with thi Mei i an Government.
While it lseviuen' uai an ugiy conuj-
tion of affair-cxi long the Mexican
border, and whll it is also evident
that there is no lov lost between Tex-
ana and Mexlcai , ui we may reiy
upon diplomacy to prevoat any quar
rel between me two itapuuucr.
Rum a Timet: We think Birming
ham Ima a ore at future beiore her.
with or without the tariff, though she
-rnnld undoubtedly realize ber great-
nets sooner under a iree trade regime
than she will under a protective tanil,
Sblsa Timet: It will not be amiss
lo call attention to tbe change in the
British government bow quietly the
change is made. The great body cf
the office holders are attending to
their daily duties undisturbed by the
momentuous movements going on
Hunt-wills Democrat: Good roads
will bring you nearer to schools, to
churches and to markets, and will en
hance the value of your lands, and, we
might aleo add, Improve the manners
and morals oi our people.
TtoMB Courier: If we cannot make a
narlv nomination without the bitter
ness, the excitement and the nnusual
methods ci me canvass un uiuoou
we had best make no nomination.
Tn Rome Courier says : The shrewd
mnnnijf.ru Ol IhB OPDOBIllOn 10 JBB1.
Bacon well knew that Gen. Gordon
waa thA nnlv man who could beat bim
and for this reason they persuaded
him to make tbe contest in their be
Augusta (Ga.) Chronic.: Instead
ot abuiing a protective tariff tor our
woes, country editors should spur ineir
readers to Independence in butter and
cheeee making, lor instance.
LiTTLK Rock DmocraU Tho Tresi
dent has referred tho oleomargarine
bill to tbe Attorney General for the
purpose of settling the queetion of
constitutionality. Whatever may be
Mr. Garland s decision, be win nave
plenty of law and argument to back it.
LiTTLt Rock Gazelle: The people
and the press are looking into projected
raids on tbe Treasury more cioseiy
than ever beiore, and no public man a
name is too big for its owner to be
leached by public opinion.
Littlb Rock Drmocm. : When the
Republicans were in power in this
Stats they had a mott glorious oppor
tunity to institute a lew oi mose
beneficent reforms about which they
have so much to say in their platform.
But they not only failed to give the
people necessary reforms, but they
were me autnors oi an manner ui
date for office has expressed himaell as
being sucn. either in tne prees or in
PrrBBSBtTBtrfVa.) Index: According
to Frank G. Rnflin. Col. Parsons, tbe
champion of tbe quixotlcal tcheme of
settling tbe State debt by tbe Federal
Government, is "Blaine's stool
pigeon.. ' co rsiaine ia at u aam, i
Pktbbsbcuq huier: There is no lit
tle bit'erness in North Carolina anion;;
the Republicans of the S ate becau-e
the State Republican Committee has
derided for the pany not t take an
active part in politics this year.
Richmond State: We trost that the
Council will wieelyjactede to the very
reesonab'e desire of the colored people
that the annnintment of superintend
ent of the colored almshouse and phy
sician to tbe ratce shall be filled by
men of their own race. It is but just
that offices In which tbeir race is pe-
culisrly Interested should -be filled
from among their number.
The eyes are alwaya III sympathy with
the body, and afford an excellent Index
f ita condign. When the eyes become
eak, ami the lids inflamed and sore, it la i
an evidence -that the nystem has become
Unordered by Scrofula, for which Aycra
urnnparllla Is the best known remedy.
Perofulu, which produced a painful In
iiiiiinutiua hi niv eves, caused mo much
mllViliuj for a iiuiiilier of years. Hy the
Ivice of u physician 1 commenced mtiiw
nr' Hhiuiii'III:i. After IJ-ltlU I HIS
inl-dicluc a short time I was completely
Myevcaiire now In a splemh-l condition.
ml 1 am well and -.iron;.' as nct.-
Mrs, William (iaije, e uncord, -N. II.
For a numlier of vears I was troubled
with n humor in niv cvi . ami was unuhlu
to obtain any relief iiniil I commenced
using AVer's Sarsapanlla. 1 Ins medicine
has elt'eeted a complete cure, and I believe
it to I w the best ot bloo.l purifiers.
, K. Vptun, Nashua, . II.
From childhood, and iiniil within few
months, J, have been nlllieted with Weak
and Sore Kves. 1 have used for these
complaints, with beneficial results, Ayer'a
Sarsnparllla. and consider it a great blood
purlnur. Mra. c. runups, uiuver, i.
I suffered for a vear with Inflamma
tion In my left ere. Three ulcers formed
on the ball, depriving me of sight, and
causing great pain. After trying many
other remedies, to no pursue, i was noun
Induced to uso Aycr'a Sarsaparilla, and,
three bottles of this medicine, have been
entirely cured, ily sight has been re
stored, and there is no sign of hitlnimna-
Hon, sore, or ulcer in mv eve. nuuuat
T. Bowcu, Sugar Tree ltidge, Ohio.
Mv daughter, ten vears old. was afflicted
with Scrofulous Sore Eyes. During the
last two vears she never saw light of any
kind. Plivsiuians of the highest standing
exerted their skill, but with no permanent
auccesa. On the recommendation of a
friend I niircbased a botl e of Aver a har-
astmrilla. which mv daiiL'hler commenced
taking, ltefore she had used the third
bottle her sight was restored, and alio can
now look steadily at a brilliant light with
out pain. Her cure Is complete. W. K.
Sutherland, Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky.
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful Pain-Curer
the world has ever known.
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
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jait been completed.
ine department oi umi dhidi ana m it
liner ia added for the ftrst time.
in the absence of the Principal, who is In
Europe fcr tbe anmmer, oataloraes will be
furnUhed on application to Mrs. K. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adams street, or the- will be found
at any of th. city book eteres.
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Bold by all Prugii.U. Price (1 ; six bottles, $6,
Una- 3S8 and 358 Tront Street Mfurapklai Tann.
Home for Girls.
eral minds in at) churches
350 Oirls this yea
DR. C. McIiANE'S
Louisville SELECT '.' SCHOOL V FOR . BOYS,
Bit of it. dim. In the South. Prowirp" for Ilii-lnons or leading jern-
ulral School" and LniviThitii'S. Limited numliir of Imarrtcrs, win
Nlierinl AilvHiitniro-. f or t staioguo wiiii m,,. .,.u.ra
ftmm W.N. MelNAI.I, Waster of Arts, inivemiroi ""TT"'..
SCHOOL. A. I.. M JJO.N ALI). Uradliutv WaU. 4 I'nlvcrslty, i U.brtll., Es
r. B. AUBTOS,
. W. CBOWILI.,
a. H. HACRT.
ear. A non
v men of lib
Music, Art and Languages. For Catalogue
ddress lK. W. E. WaKU.
Virginia Military Institute,
iS In full and snccersful operation and sun
lilies Its enlarced oonrse of systematie
Instrnntlon at a cost much below that of in
stitutions of like grade in this country. For
r RAM vlH n. BMUUi Bupetintenaenc.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL.
BEDFORD CO.. VIRGINIA.
Tbe llil Aasnnnl ftmaloa Opeos 8oa
For catalogue or anecial Information, ap-
ply to Bellevws) P. O,, Va.
W. R. ABBOT, PrlnrlpiM.
ALSTOKi CBOWELL & 00. eisss;
r I indistinct conrses of tivil, Meohanioal and
lad Commlaalom Merchants. Hay, Corn OaU, Bras, Chop FeeH, UH-aeai,
Llw. Cement. PUater, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
tin- titnit vmt nitT THftolfNtlTHl
Counterfeits are made in Mt. Louis. Mo.
Book of all DIsciihcs,
Cloth & Cold Binding
4 Turn, rll SMI lifflflM,
R. LCOCHRAN &.Co
T.tTTi.n Rn:K Gazette.: Mr. Randall
la a Keonbllcan on this question, and
joioa tha Keimblicana to defeat bis
OWu party. 11 vuerw omm pwb uuj
"reading out" Nr. Kandaii baa per
formed the act blmaelf, Ilia actional
proclaim that lo ntm protection ia
aliovn Itamacrao. Mr. Kandall can
not hope to maintain mat attitude
without virtually losing his (landing
aa a Democrat
Tna Uitla Bock GanUt. like theauf-
ferine Kat Indierl aeknowledgea that
liWor ia ilifgraced. It eayai W hile we,
by tbe acta oi high officials, play into
tha hands of svaculatora by putting
the alamn of disgrace - on silver, la lit
. . .. . - .. 1 J
aurortriDB mat stiver suouiu im ur
presaed in the bullion market?
fti(-Rio!ii irXta: Inataad of build'
Inn aililitional oollpoea. therefore, the
manifest policy of the.Bouth is to wait
until ana irrowa dd totoe nrorwr disiii-
tenance and support of those she has
A special dispatch from Columbia,
R. C. to Ihe Baltimore Stm conveys a
bit ol intelligence mat is aimoet in
credible. ''Although," writes the
A'un't South Carolina correepondent,
"it la only ten days before tha State
contention meets, not a stngie cauui
KfTrrs. t-ongotion. lDtl.mrastions.
XV.rill.. Worm t.er. Worm t'ollc.
l, or IMIUIOIUI .
I rliildrn or Adult.. ...
Iliu-inrrv. Oniilng, Bihoa. uoiw.
list or ronrcrr-i. nos
holnra MorKii. ouiiting
. t- CnliX HnttaTUItlt. . . . .
.airalii(A. TooUiichu. Kooh. . .
in distinct courses of Civil, Meohanioal and
laining Engineering (Annuel Inition sro).
and in Manual Technology (Free). Fufl
Faculty. Kitensire equipments and faeiri
ties in dranghting-rooms, laboratories, shops
and field practice, entrance tisminauone
Sept. 14, 15 and 16. For circulars address
YTHjP nilililAJlD, ou.aii.
PHYSICIANS AMD a I? RS EONS,
This School offers to Medical etude nts un
surpassed clinical and other aorantaires.
Send for a catalosue to Da. THOMAS UFIB,
Bin, 179 IS. llowirl alrff .
St. Mary's School,
Me. SSa Poplar 8trt,
HEMPUI8, litis TENNESSEE.
A BOARDING and Day Bohooi ror xoung
Ladies and Children, under the charge
of the bisters ol Bl. Mary, ot tne Angina
Church. Number of pupils limited to 100.
Next si-hoot term begins S-plfinbfr 89lti
uMiN. loo ProTiiM. mrioan...
. l, . lUtn. Itlfflcult nr..T.nm.
h.i. ttnrum. ir..n.K-
llhrum.il.". ""-"."'"V,- 7"
Krter .no filri "-'"
u kaasnnlnaT i'onch; vtoiont i -ouitnf .
at-Jllll-..-. oi mr
T, ...i i. t ..,iat ur a-atit LKiatuftia on rri-siiyi
E4W "J f-:.J. ....L (. VwLi ats it. T.
i Ba aaasU at K 1 ar BUMvAJI IV. Jav "-
AW AJID nAaiHChHlIXt BATT-TABD.
Doors, Sash. Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Uedar rosti.
(BOfWEHBORS TO BEACH AM t HORTOff)
tuna aUUa UiUUN
Pennyroyal PUIS. Old Stand. No. 9 Union St., Memphis
tk. nrl-rlaal sismI oaiy sn.-.-i,
i always nenaoie. ji-"-
i.u.ii.k, Tnili.nensableul liSlw..
. lor -
K-.li.,M.Bd, tak io other, or iaelMe4
(aumpa, to ! or particulars ts trrrga b.
rSK-afS1 (h.-.l.l . '
aL.IMl. Aat.-tu. BeMie-s. H ,
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Flr, WtSsWsitaSsMl 1 lr"ll"S
rr. ttmiaabU for all kinds of buildinga.
For pries and animates at factor reus.
MEMPHIS METAL k WOOD MfCI CO..
43SAM0 Mala St.. and 21 A J3 Mulberry St.,
Headauarters for Iron Fenoea and Creating,
UalTanised Iron Cornice, Im Hoots Stores.
HILL, FOBTAItlE 8, CO,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOC-SlS Front St., Hemphl. Tenn.
Cotton Factors, Commission Herchants,
go, HQ Sonth Main St.. St.' ! tmU.
IiAROESTIlEWERY IN AMERICA.
No. 84:t0, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
eonnty-Btau ot xenneasee ts. joaauua
BY Tirto. of an lnterloontofy decree for
aale entered In tha above cans, on th.
2th day ot Jannsry. 18Ho, M. . 61. van
i&9, 1 will aell at pnblis auction, to in. nigo.-
st bidder, in front Of ine yiera ana maj .
offioe, eonrthous. 01 Shelby eoanty, Mem
phis, Jlenn., en
Botarday, Angns 31. 1886.
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated la bh.lby cointy, Tenn.,
Bast half of lot M, country lot ; 49b, front
ing 30 feet on the aouth side of Madison st.
210 feet west of Orleans street, by a depth of
14854 feet. Sold aa property ot Johanna Ma
honey and others. , .
fart ot lotfj, oiocaoi, ironiinv 01 ri
the west side ol Orleans street 63 leet north
of Linden street oy a aejitn 01 v my o,
a property oi the Biuat City B. and L. As
sociation. .... ,. . . .....
Lot , bioel T, rronungjoreei ob i"7"-
aide of Ruth street 4.W feet aouth of Vane,
atre.t'by a depth of WIX feet. S as prop
orty of Samuel i. Sorusm. Minur farko
Loril.'oV Jones subdlrislon of lets B aa
33 Dunn'a traol, fronting a) lees 00
side of Spring street iou w ".-
atry a depth on th. w. at l of fsaj
and on tne et nw ',, lbn Kelli.
In. 40 feet on the east side of Manassas street
lJftotth of BuBos. .T.n. by a dep h
of 66 feet. Boia
3S feet on tbe west side or waint
(Mt Math ef th. M.mphis and
RTilroad and running hac. 1;;0 f
Soli as property .f Joseph Wil ..
property of Kobt. TaUy
r, -.Vi-w Dnnn S subdivision, rronune
Part block , vt" w " w.i, ',1-,. va
1 ana unarieswu
l.'.O feet in depth.
'Di..T if Gantry lot, 4ttt. beginning on th.
south side of Pigeonroost road or Charleston
annua 4 (Mt from th. nortbeast oorner of
ro?oT.rd.y;s aubdi-UionT VT 2
to Court street thence 6 K ! fcH.
BorthV' W 50 teet to the beginning. Sol aa
the property ol ' H.O-N.IL . . 1
HSVPL OI 1UI Mi IW "!
feflion tta weitiido f JftnM
wv-w " t- z.v j T3t. fMt.
ford itmii o wru, ui -itii"" ."iVL. :z
1. . . v. - Aline. sal KI I Kaf 1 D DO
. 1 Mb. naniia w.rgs .1 at u m
MtjirillS lSiiAVllt 7r.tmm Ieek..M, H.r Mai. A AssoU
S. ROES CHER, Agent, EXempHi, Tenn.
.I .111 11.
B.IM 1. ,. mraaLSM Br-ia. a'e t Vmpals Baaaaek, lva,aa
. (wIm Ita !, W,awsj taarra.
; l . . v.. 1
l TloTJ.'winc'n-Ur diou; front
ing 25 feet on the aouth side L;;?C
ififMit west of Dunlap stneh sth ward, by
rderth of 210 fMt. , Sold t tha. properw
ofW- F. Baaal.l'. A-... nBlkl!
not. bMriug IntarMt. i'Bm"rtiiJr
juir-li li.n retained; rd.-optoa barred.
Ih&H mkVU Clerk and MasUr.