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MEMPHIS, TENN., SATURDAY, AUGUST 28. 1SSG.
VOL. XL VI NO. 204
"THE IRISH OlESTIOF
GLADSTONES BROCHURE GITEX
TO TI1E ri'BLIC.
A Fall and Exhaustive Explanation
of the Ex-Prcmier'a' Position
on Home Rule.
Londos, Aug. 27. Mr. GiflJutone'd
brochure oa tao Iriih question ws
published today. It contains fifty-eight
paes and is similar in the excellence
o( its style to Mr. Glaletone'i pam
phlet on the Bulgarian at-ocities. At the
outset Mr. Gladetone compares itwith
the apology he wrote on his charge
of attitude Mgudiogthe Irish Cnuicn.
Bu, he continues, in toe present ca -e
I have no such changa to iodica'e but
have only to point oat the mode in
which my larguage and conduct were
coverned by uniformity of principle.
I have simply followed the various
stages by which the preat question of
aut inomy tor Ireland has been broogbt
to the stage ft ripeness for practical
legislation. Tte .brochure is under
two heads. Tbe fir.it is the 1 is
tory of au idea, in which
Mr. Gladstone summarizes the fol
lowing conditions nrd?r which alone
in his view home rule b- came poasi
b e: F.rjt Te anndonmeot of the
hope that Parliament could Berve as a
potsible leis'ative instrument for Ire
land. Second The ontquivoral and
corjs'itutioi al demand of the Irish
menbera. Thid Tho possibility of
deilinn with tScotiamiin a similar way
in circumstances cf equal and eqaalfy
Mr. Gladstone then passes on to de
fend himself from tbe charge of having
sprang tbe home rale measure upon
bis friends. Keplyiug to the charges
of Hartington and Chamberlain that
be had conceived the idea precipitate
ly, and to the cbarge ot Bright that he
bad concealed it unduly. He denies
that it is the duty of a Minister to
make known even to bis colleagues,
every idea forming in his mind, wh'ch
would tend to confuse and retard in
stead of aid butiness. lie continues:
' What is true is that I had not pub
licly and ia nrincipie condemned it,
ana a so that I hr.d mentilly consider
it, bit I had neither adopted nor
rejected it, and for the very flmp'e
reus in that it wai not ripe, either tor
adopticaor for tejeciioa."
Mr. G;adsIote then goes on to poiDt
out tka' daring all te earlier ytarsot
his pub'.ic life ths al'ernativts were
repeal on the onn hand and on the
otnnr tbe relief of Ireland from griev
ance. It was n--.t pof sib'e, he says,
at that time o prognosticate how, in a
short time, Parliament would stumble
and alui-st writhe undr its constantly
accninolan'n burdtne,or to pronounce
that it would evantuaHy prove incapa
ble rf rufetiriir tbe wants of Ireland.
Evidently there was a period when
IMsh paciicti m, as represented by
O'Conuel!, lo -.kf.d favorably npon tbe
altema'ive policy and had no fixed
conclusions an lo tbe litnolu'e neces
sity for horn? government, and feemed
ti allow iba' measures founded in
justice to Iruiand nrght possibly unf
Hce to rrwstt the necessity "of the
c;se. It was a eaily as 1S71, Mr.
GiaJstoue . ias, tbat be took
the Ant ttep toward placing
the contrnverev en its true basis. He
oppceed Mr. Bat 's febeme because
tiae jiernative usecribsd in tne .at
Earagraph had cot been exhausted,
ut even tt that fine he did not close
the door against a nc gnition of me
qneHion in a didorn.t s ate of things,
lor instead of denouncing the idc a ol
nomeru eas one in it) essence ue
strnetive of the unity oi the Empire,
in the to lowing words ue accepted
tne 8S3uiano given to tne contrary:
"Let me io tbe promot rs of this
movement tbe fullest justice,- always
speaking under the conviction, as they
meat cmpbhticahy declare, and as
fully believe them, that the nnion of
these Kingdoms under Her Mje-ty h
to be maintained, but that Parliament
is to be broken ud. bimilarlv. in
1874, Mr. Gladstone accepted without
qualification the principle that home
rule bad no neceesary connection with
When Mr. Shaw succeeded to the
Iloxe P.ula leadership in 18S0, Mr.
triads one bailed tiis sueeca as Btiow
ing an evident disposition to respect
be functions cf the House of Com
ocsandthe spirit of the enstitu
tion. I a 18$ I, at tbe Guild Hall, he
announced tbiu he would nail wuh
eausiaction and delight any measure
of local government for Ireland.
Coming to the elecoral campaign of
xsbo, Mr. Gladstone says bis great on
ject was to do nothing to hinder the
prosecution ot tbe question by the
for.es, but to nse his best efforts to im
press the public mind with the im
portance and urir'ni'y of the question,
It was in this spirit that bis Midlothian
address wai wri'.ten. The lush ques
tion wss severea irom tne general
sat j act of locsl government, and it was
pointed out that it wonld probably
throw into tho shade all ether impor
tant measures which wee ripe. Once
ripe, the time for act on had come.
Just aj if it had been a com field, we
were not to wait until it was overripe.
The healing of inveterate sores would
only become more difficult. The great
est of budding hops were liable to be
checked and paralyzed by the frosts of
politics. For England, in her soft srm
chair, a leieurely, very leisurely con
sieoration, with adjournments inter
poeed, as it had been usual, so a'so
would it have become more favorable.
"That for Ire'aud, in her leaky cabin,
it ws ci coisequence to ewp out the
IH THI SECOND P0BTI6X OF TBI PAM
PHLET the lesson of the elections, Mr. Glad
stone begins drawing certain leasons
from the elections aa tbey affect the
Liberal par y. In the course of some
full calculations he estimates tbe loss
to the L-berul par y from the Unionist
schism at two-sevectbs of tbe whole,
bat this fraction is distributed, be
points out, very unequidy among the
classes. It has commende J five-sixths,
he taye, of the Liberal peers, but not
more than one-twentieth of the Lib
eral workingmen. Mr. Gladstone
points oat that even now tbe Tories
have failed to secure an absolute ma
jority and dmrs the final conclnsion
that at tbe brat moment L b9ralisai is
again united it must attain become
predominant . in Parliament. Mr.
Gladstone tees further ground fir
hope in the abatement that has
already taken place in tbe Tory
opposition. "We hear no more pot
valiant language," he says, "no more
of the Hottentots, and no more of tbe
iamons twenty years curing which
Parliament was to grant special pow
ers for firm government in Ireland
and st the end of which time, in a
arger or lees degree, the coercion lawa
might ba repealed and metsu'es
local eelf government entertainel."
Mr. Gladstone then goes on to point
out tbat tne t nioniste are au p dgea
to an immediate and large concession
roary of them on such a ecali that
they give to their idea tbe nana of
home rule, declating themselves Uvor
abletoiti principle and only opposed
to tne awitwarct ma pt rvmse .c;
ner in wh:l :.. ' as handlel by
tne lete administration, "iocs: a
tbe question," Mr. Gladstone con
tinufs, "wsich way we wil
the came o: Inch self boy
ernmeut lives end moves, and
tan h-.rdly fail to receive more lite,
more propuUion from the banls of
tuoes wbo have been its sucetus-fal
opponents id one of its paititular
lorni3. it wui anre as a wouided
warrior sometimes arises on the field
of battle and tubs to the heart lonie
soldier of the victorious army who
had beem exalting over mm."
Mr. Gladstone then looki at the
elections from a geographical point
He points out teat even in tho case
of England what wo have is
not really a refusal, but inly
a Slower scsnowiecgraent,
efr.ee of all this on Ireland hede
scribes as follows: '"All the current
of the political atmospberj es between
tbe two islands hive been cleaised
and sweetened, for Ireland now kiows
what she never has koonn before
tbat even nnder her defeat a df ep rife
of division runs ell through th En
glish nation in her favor: that there is
not throughout tbe land a par.sh or
vdlage where there are not hearts
beatiog in unison with her heart.
where there are not mindj earnesily
bent on tbe acknowledgment and per
manent establithment of her claims to
Under these heppier circumstances
what is ' there, Mr. Gladstone
eoes on to ask, n separntio.u that
would tend -to make it advan
tageous to "Ireland as an island
with many hundreds of miles of cca.t,
w.th a weak marine and a people far
more military than nautical in their
habits, of small population and limit-id
in present resources, winch, shculd
she expose herself to the risk of in
vasion and to the certainty of an en or
mous CDSt in the creation and ma nte
nance of a navy for defens?, rather
than remain under tbe shield of th
tvroato.f' mttri 1mA nnrA, in tVia n-nvtJ
bound by every consideration d honor
and interest to guard her? Wtiy
should she be suppoeed desirous to
forego the advantage tl absolute cjm
munity of trade with the greateit of
an commercial countries to become an
shea to the matkat which coosum
siy, nine-tenths of her producp, and
instead ot using the broad and uni
veraal path cf enterprise now opea to
her to carve out for berstlf new
and narrow ways as a third rate SUta?
Mr. (jladstone next deals vit'i tbe
pnrchf.se and sale of land in Iieland
and at the onteet acknowledges that
tbe mos'. powerful agent in bringing
about the defeat of the government
w as the aversion to the land bl. The
Siamese twinship of the bills! put to
set rn by these for whose beneft it was
in great part designed, having been
deidly to both, he thinks it his dutv
explicitly to acknowledge thstthe sentence-
which has gone forth fcr the
B'Vitr.nc ? t"two measure is in-
evrtaoie, end tbat tbe twinh:p which
has been for the time dieastroas to the
hopes of Ireland exists no longar.1 At
the same time he hopes i be paitnembip
be'ween the enemies of home raleand
the enemies of the laud bid which
brr unht about this reeulr, may to be
dissolved. The enemies of home tule
have ever been the keenest romo:erd
or mno parents in the interest of
Iruh landlO'de, and the enemies of
the land purchese bill, instead cf stand
ing at their ee, will now have touso
all their vigilnrce for the purpose of
prfventina the adoption of schemes of
land purchase founded on principles
verv different from, and, indeed, op
posite to those of the hi 1 lately con
signed to limbo. Mr. Gladstone next
discusses the Conservat ve character
of home rule for Ireland. It may
reasonably lay claim, he holds, to
conservative lavor, lor it is especa'lv
founded in regard for history
bqu irauiuoii?, ana it anus in
the mam at restoring, not al
tenng the Empire. An immediate
authority set between the central
ihbt ii n I 41ba n , 1 .i , V. a . ? . .
is a contrivance favorable to both, and
it gives a domestic asntct to mm
mands, which, when proceeding Irom
a remote source, want tneir heet pass
port to acceptance, ne men pro
ceeds to consider to which party tbe
work is reserved. He does not go be
yond tne expression oi an undoubted
oenei id at a measure oi sell govern
ment not lees extensive than tbe iio
posalo! 1866 will be ultimately ear
ned. "iNor is it lor me, he says, "to
conjecture whether in this or in so
many other cases the enemies of the
measure are tbe persons designed
finally to gnide its triumphal proces
sion to toe capital.
In conclnsion Mr. Gladstone says:
"If I am not egregiouly wrong in all
teat uas Deen sa:a, ireiana has now
lying before her a bread aad even way
iu nuitu to wijt io lueconsnmmattou
of her wishes Itefore her ejes is
opened that same path o? constitution
al and peaceful action, of steady, free
and peaceful discussion, which has led
England and Scotland to the acbinve-
ment oi all tbeir pacibc triumphs."
Hew Bleveworks and Puck lag Home
SPKCUL TO IBB iPPKAL.I
Birmingham. Ala.. AucnRt 27 Mf.
Perry, president rf ths Perry Stove
works of Albany, N. Y., who was here
some two months ago prospecting with
a view to planting large etiveworks
here, has peificted plane for doing
this, and is neootiAtincr fnr Drnnn.f
The Kansas City Armours have a man
here to buy ground for a denot for
their business In this part of the
Tonr lea Drowned.
CiNCitrsATi, 0.. Aneast 27. A skiff
containing six young men upset in tbe
Ohio river at 10 o'clo:k tanioht ana
four of the OCCnnant-l sura drnvnaH
The names of the victims were two
Guy brothers, Frank Wilson and Geo.
Glover, and their ages ranged fiom 13
to 22 years.
I tbied Tonealine noon mvunlf fnr
facial neuralgia, and it cave immnHi.
ate relief. I also tried it npon one
saflering intense pain from neuralgia
ot the head; one dese gave immediate
C. W. Dl'VAL, M.D.. Pinorlll.. v.
enie Tbat He Is Kick.
McGrroor, N. Y., Auguit 27. The
statement made -bv tbe New York
morning papers that John Roach is
eerioofiiy ill hers is most emphatically
denied ty Mr. B.?acu, ,
BAYOU SARA BUMEI).
THE BUSINESS PORTION OF THE
Destroyed . r, ffecenduiry Fire
Ao Clew to the Fiend Who
Applied the Torch.
Isrucut, TO TBI IPrilL.I
Nrw OnLEAhs, La., August 27. A
Timet-Ikmocrat Eaj ou Sra, La., special
says: Tne fiendish act of animendiary
piaytd ead tavoo with a larjce poit ou
of tbe upper town of Bayoa Sjm at 1
o'clock this rxorning. The torch was
applied on tbe outside of the rear end
of Freyhsn & Co. 'a mammoth estab
lishment, near tbe office. In a few
moments tne large building was
a mass of flumes and was soon a to.'al
loss, only about $10 worth of flour and
meal being saved. The fire soon
spread to the adjoining buildings and
stores and was not controlled until it
had tonsnmxd about $118,000 worth of
valuab.e property and rendered several
families homeless. A rough estimate
of the los3 is as follows:
Tteyhan A Co., sto;k and buildinge,
$100,000, insurance f 75,000; N. Bra
boux, residence and store, W000, in
surance $1000; Jake Michel $i500, in
surance $1300; Kilbonrce & Co., drug
gists, gcoJs all saved bnt badly dam
aged; Mrs. Deutschland, millinery,
goods all saved; B. Teurecb, stock
$11500, insurance $2000; Win. Town,
residence and a otm $3000, insurance
$1100; Mrs. L. Well, three stores
$4li00, insurance $2S00; W. H. Taylor,
druxs, loss at)out S500. Treyhan &
Co. did a large supply bnsiness and
planters will suffer greatly by this ca
lamity. The firm contemplate the
erection of another store on the old
site at once. Thero is no clew as ytt
to the villain who applied the torch.
Aaaociatetl Preaa Ktporl.
Nbw Orleans, La., Aogost 27.
Bayoo Sara was burned this morning.
The total loss was estimated at over
$118,000. The principal sufferers
are Frehan & Co., $100,000; insurance,
$75,000. The fiie broke out at 1 a.m.
There is no doubt that it was of in
PrldnllMl I'arly Hani
Work Killing lime.
Saranac Inn.. N. Y.. August 27.-
Life has been somewhat of a harden
today, even to 'the residents of the
wilderness. The thermometer ran up
to 84 in the shade and few ventured
beyond the friendly shade of the
hotel's broad piazzis. There tbe
guests played whist and crihbage, and
Mrs. Cleveland joined them. They
were highly entertained by the ob
servations of transients, who had
either come over from neighboring
camps to eee tbe Presidential i atty,
or who had stopped to take dinner at
thdinn. Half a dozen ladies were
icked out by the strangers as Mrs.
lieveland and fbelr eberms were vta-
r'ously commented tipon. Wilis', was
the President's substitute for a fishing
trip, the comfortai le bat house of
tbd doctor affording a . cover for tli3
gentlemen wbo joined iu the gome.
Many t,f the gueets went over to Paul
Smith's today to tbe fair for the bene
fit of the Saniiarium. The Iournev is
seventeen miles by carriage and two
thirds of that distance by boat. The
season for hunting deer with hounds
opens Beptamber 1st, and the guides
and x lsitors are getting reedy for sport.
Coming . to
Dcblis, August 27. Orange Grand
Master Kane will sail on the steamer
Cucaesiau tomorrow lor Montreal, In
an interview in Londonderry today he
Eaid:- "Tne chief objects uf my tour
are to rctute tne siauuers Circulated
liv that bureau of slanders, tbe Ns
tional League, and to show Canadians
arid Americans that tbo chief aim of
rfie Parneilites are to indulge
in personal luxury, otherwlte bj
yond their reach, and to gratify their
hatred of Protestants, the Crown
and the Eooplr1. The league is an
immoral atheistic conspiracy." Mr.
Kane repeated bis views hitherto ex
pressed in regard to the Belfast riots,
but grudgingly admitted that Protest
ants had in some instances exceeded
the bounds of discretion. At Don
oughmore, county Cork, today a nartv
oi military ana ponce, sent to evict a
number of tenants, were savegelr at
tacked with stones by a mob of na
tives, and the tak had to ba aban
doned af er one tenant had been
PREPAB.1I FOR FLOODS.
Foundations, cellar walls and build
ings subject to overflow should be con
structed with Louisville Cement. It is
One Mood Beanlt or tho Peace Con-
Brockton, Mass., August 27 The
session of the Peace Congress held in
tbe Aldermen'c rooms tonight suc
ceeded in bringing abont a settlement
of the labor troubles which have
agita'ed Broekton for the patt four
weeks. The factories will start up to
morrow. Why Hr. t'lem Came to Town Today.
There was, yesterday, received lrom
VA H.tn.na a dvatr fnr 1 IWI I.
viiuruo n um.w .v. ..ujvuv, huv
sum drawn by William Clem, of Mon
roeville, in tbe last drawing of tbe
Lonieuna S ate .Littery. Mr. Clem
will be in tbe city today to receipt for
his newly and easily a' quired fortune.
Many persons were skeptical, and did
not believe that the money would bs
forthcoming. The Louisiana State
Lit'ery is as solid as a natonal bank,
and onV.es are invariably paid in full.
Fort Wayne (Ind.) Journal, July 21.
Death of a Well Known BmintH
man r Meieaa, am.
IsracuL to tui apmal.J
W. B. Stirling, one of Phillips coun
ty's wealthiest and most progressive
citizens, died this evening on his
place, near Helena. Tbe deceased
was a ixiuisiaman oy oirto, ana was
at one time engaged in business in St.
LnrrDBOBo's perfume, Edenis
Lnndborg's perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg's perfnme. Lily of the
i.undborg'8 pGriume, marcnai nue
Writers Paafteuger Ratea.
Cmcaoo, III., August 27. The re
port that the subcommittee appointed t
to agree npon the basis of a pool for
Western passenger business und de
cided on what is known' as the Texas
plan was confirmed today. After sub
mitting the scheme to the roads in tbe
Southwestern Passenger Aseociat'on
the subcommittee adjourned. The
general managers of the roads will
probably hold a meeting Monday for
tbepnrpose cf takiog final action on
Benedict' Apoluliu-nC a('iiill
Stirrl to Hlimeir.
Albany, N. Y., August 27. Dapu'y
Comptroller Tiottrs E. Benedict said
this evening: "I wts informed this
evening that my commit sion as Pub io
Piinterof the general government at
the hands of the President awaits me
at Washington, and I shall enter npon
the duties of tbe position at aa early
day. I was cot a candidate, and when
it was tendered me by the President it
wts in nnthought of placa by me. I
have acsepted it."
A Sedncilon Taae Bellied by a
rlfige la Jail.
lariCIAL TO TBI IPMiL.l
Nashville, Tes.s., August 27.
Quite a novel marriage took place it
tbe county jail at 12 o'clock today.
The contract-ng parties were Ep
Spain and Miss Martha Taylor. Jus
tice Campbell performed the cere
mony. This is the finale of what
promised t) be a sensetionnl seduc
tion ca?e. Spain was charged b. R he
irl's father, T.J. Taylor, with mpe
he case was set for trial at 1 o'clock
this afternoon. Spain, aftsr remaining
in ja l last nlgbt, agreed this morning
t3 settle tbe matter by marrying the
girl. JiiBtice Campbell was notified
and tied the knot. Spain agreed to
support the girl and thereupon Mr.
Taylor withdrew tbe warrant against
him and be wasieleased ftom confine
ment. The marriage ceremony was
witnessed by a large number of friends
of both parties. The counlo were
congratulated when they left tbe jil,
accompanied ny several oi the girl's
A bold attempt at highway robbery
was mtde Wednesday night only a
few mile' from this city. Oa White
Oreek pike, near Joelton. on' top of
Paradise ridgo, lives Mr. Charles rtill
wel', a we'l to do farmer. Wednesday
be came to this city, returning iu the
cool of the evening. It wrn
aft r dark when ho reached the
new cemetery on the pike.
He was in no particularly cheerful
mood as he drove bis bcrse along in
the shadows of the trees that lined
tbe road. Suddenly his horse stopped
and a hoarse vchie called ont: "Give
me your money 1" Mr. Stillwell's
only reply was to strike highwayman
heavily with nis whip. Iho man vio
lent'y threw a rock he had In his hand
and it s ruck Htillwell on the n'se and
side of tbe rxoutb, cutting a deep
gssh. Htillwell struck again at the
man with his wntp, but .in's-ied
in, tne pin of the wound
he bad received preventing
him from taking giod aim. The blow
intended lor ttie root er struck the
horse, however, and he broke loose
from the hold of the highwt ymsn find
stattsd oil fct a brisk gait. The fellow ;
was detrmioed net to In ciuwitted
and catching hold of tbe rear part nf
the wag m tried to climb in. In thh
he was (ielwed. for Mr. btillwell ln-
labired him with his whip so roundly
tliit he bad to let go his h dd. Ha
lejrjvl the fence at
- ernd iWIppeareJ.
the side of the road
We Cnnllon All AKalaiit Tliem.
Tho ennrecedented ueuats and n.erit
of Lly'd Cieam Balm a real euro for
catarrh, hay fever and cold in tbe
head has induced many adventurers
to pinco catarrh medicines hearing
some recumblnnoe in appeaiance, style
or name upon the market, in order to
trada upon tbe reputation of Kly's
Cream Balm. Don't be deceived. Buy
only Ely's Cream Bilm. Man? in
your immediite locality will testify in
highest commendation of it. A par
t e'e is applied into eaih no'tril; no
p.u'n ; agreeable t? ns. Trice 50j.
Bam Jonea at Roiiad I.abe, T.
Rouno Lake, N. Y., Angurt 27.
About 8000 persons 1 stened to Sam
Jones and Sam Small today. Jones's
suhjH-t wa, "What Shall 1 Dj to Be
Saved." Small spike on the life o'
Cbrit. The Rev. Mr. Lockwood, of
Circinntti, a'so preached A subsciip
tion of $00 was raised for the evan
gelists. at. John Id Ma lac.
Calais, Me., August 27. Ex-Gav.
St. John, of Kansas, opened tbe pro
hibition cimoaign in this Stits here
tonight, speaking for nearly two hours
to a largj audience.
Dealrncllve Prairie Fire la Dakota.
Pierre, Dak., August 27. A de
structive prairie fire has rsged Inil'ot'er
and Sully counties since Tuesday.
Potter is almr st a barren war-te, and
Sully is badly burned. No way of es
timating damagos at this writing.
eJuliftcrll Tor tti "Appeal.'
JACKSON-frldiT, Aainft 27, IBM, at 1
f'olook p.m., Aknib, wii of Wm. Jaekion.
Atlantapaparaand t4.V. Ilaraldplaataoopj.
Funeral from reildenoe, 62 Avary itraat.
thti (BATl'KDAY) afternoon t4 n'rln-k.
KSIGIITS OF LABOR.
MASS MEETING af the KnlghU of Labor
at InnUfail Ball, northwaul comer Sao
ondandJ' Sarton ttreata, SUNDAY A t"f KE
NDO N at 2 o'clock ,barp. MeatinrwllI ba
addroned byTb. B. Barry.ot Kaattiarinaw,
Mich., mambar of tbe General Katcutive
Board. Ail Knlshti ol Labor are earnestly
reqaeated to attend.
Byorder H. BUTTBNBBR'I. P. M. W.
Safe Deposit & Trust Co.
Now doint bnalnena at No. 4a Madliion
alreel. Depoiitj received from BU eenti
upward, and Interest allowed on lame iiml
annually. Will bur andiell local lecuritiei,
tiom or I' dividual!. Have a coromodioui
vault for the dioit ol valaab'en for tbe ben
efit of B Kill, LA K CUSTOMKHH, tree of
Obarir. Hale Danoslt Boxea tor rent choap.
bA.VJ.SUy fiM'K'-IA IiLi HUMUIltu
it. J. ltl.A H. ,hiyr.
11. L. LASKI,
Physlclnn, Surgeon and Acconchor,
REHIDENCB AND OFFICE,
313 Mala Street, Xear- Union.
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Gents' Furnishing Goods
229-231-233 MAIN STREET.
"ICO TFISIES BJLBibiIO)IES.
Preparatory to bnildinj; a Xovr Sloreliouso upon our lot on the corner ot Main and Jeflerson Sts.
Tt-n have moved onr WHOLESALE stock to tho spacious warehouses heretofore known as tho
Clay Bulldine, 2it), 231 and 23 J
V. . '
nntil tne new house l compieiea. u e nave now more space ana oeuer lacuuies ior aoinir mihi
hchs than we had in tho oid store, and can assure our patrons and the trade generally that we
are in a better position to servo them than ever.
Ourstocks are much larger than any we have ever had, and nearly all purchased before the
late advances were made in pricesan advantage that we have determined to at least share with
our customers. Kemcmiier, we
can be bought iu the Lnited
MHICK or DI4NOLITIOW.
MR. H. HIBSCHbai tlitu dav withdrawn
lroui the flrui of Hirmh, Sfhwab A Co.,
Mr. A Schwab anumtnt all llabllltiei of the
old firm and will oontinue the huilncsi at the
mime idace. l'hia Memiibii, Tenn.. A"uit
A. ci.ii r n u.
h- C. IV LICK.
W. T. 6I0.NE.
(Successors to Eckerlj, Stone A Co,)
ALSO, AGENTS FOR IUE
WINSHIP C0TT0S GIN
268 Front Street, Memphis.
IS E AIi ESTATE.
R. D. Chancery Court of Bhelby
county. State of
lennesseo ti. t-arao
BY virtue ofnn Interlccutory decree for
dale entered in the above oauie on the
Horrlnon el al
Hth dav ot Docambor. IBM, M. B
A'2. 1 will .1.11 ut ituhlin auntton. to tbi
a.l hhldor. In front ot the tlUrk and MM'
ter'i office, courthouse ol Bhelby county,
Momphia, Tenneaiee, on
' Halnrdnr, NiltMlor aa, 1880.
within legal hour,, the followinr deierlhd
liroperty, altuated In Shelby cuuuty, Tei
N. ,lnt,M, frontlnit 21X feo. on the at
ide ot Ohiokaaaw tret by a depth of 14
ttet, laid lot being 74 teat aouth of Win
cbeiter itroet. Suid ai iiroperly of the un
known lain of J. A. (latKett.
fart of country lot frontlnr 37 feet on
tbe north lido of Auction itreet, by a depth
of HlH feet. Sold al property of Sarah Mor
rison and others.
. Lot 170. fronlinn S7K foet on the east aide
ol Main itroet, by Uh feet deep, Wi feet
north of Auction street.
Terms ol Sale Un a credit of lix months,
note bearing Intcroit, with security, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
Thii S7th day of Auiait, lwnl.
s. I. MnUUVVKtli, Clerk and Mm tor.
Mr B. F. Coleman, Deputy O. and M,
F. II . A C. W. Ileiskell. solicitori.
W. U. UATKN.
m. v. toof
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
Kew and Late8t Stjlen Htwk. New
Type, New Machinery.
Trices as low as anywhere, North
Ko. fifiRl, R. D. Chancery Court ot Shelbi
county. II. J. Eckerly, Aduu'r, etc., TI.
Misiouri Wilson, et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree loi
lale entered In the above eause on the
feth da of July, 186, M. B. 64, page 144,
I will soil it oublic auction, to the hliia
sL bidder, in front of the Clerk and Maater'i
eflfte, courthouse, ol Bheiby oounty, Mem
phli, Tenn., on
Natardi7, Hcpteraber 14, 1S88,
within legal boon, the following deicrlbed
property, iituatd In the Taxing Diitriot of
bhalby county, Tennessee, to-wit:
An undivided two-SUhi (2-6) Intereit In
and to a lot or parcel of land conveyed by
James Mhydwell to Josiah L. Wilson, and
more particularly described aa follows, to
witi Lying on the north lide of Poplar
itreet, in the city of Memphis, Hhelhy coun
ty, Tenneixee, being part of subdivision
,(D" of original 0. L. No. im, and bounded
aa follows i Beginning on tbe north side ol
Poplar street at a point or post, tbe north
west corner of a lot oooveyed by Watt O.
Bradford to N. II. Stoat, and which Is now
occupied by eaid N. II. Stout ; running
thenoe westwaidly aloegiaid Poplar street
lorty (40) feet to another polot, the north
went oorner of a lot conveyed by aaid llrad
ford lo Johnson, and said corner being, as ia
understood, about 87. feetfrom the loutb.
west oorner of said original lot t thence at
right angles to Poplar itreet It) feet!) or 3
Inches) thence in a northwesterly direotion
about 40 loet -j Inches to astakewhicb stands
at a noint whena a line 174' feot in lnvth
and parallsl to laid west line of so id lot
would urike the beginning corner) thenoe
with the laet described line to tho beginning
point the house number of anld lot being
,112, and being the lame lot conveyed toJaa.
Mavdwell by Watt Bradford in 1MU. Xbe
aid conveyance being recorded In Keoord
Hook 42, ptges V and IU.
Terms of Sale On a eredlt of six mon! hi;
note with aood iccurity required. This Au
gust 27. MM.
8, 1. MrDOWEM,, Clerk and Master
By a. F. Walsh, leputy Clerk and JUaster.
Uantt ft Pattvrson, Solicitor!, lat
Main street, where we will continue our WHOLESALE business
. .1 t -AM. A Mill J lf - f
guarauieo me price oi every
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
0KFICE Room 1 (new) Cotton Exclun.e Bulldlnif, Teleukone U.
Horlh Brltlah and Har.
rantllo (nearlvl 1U.000.000
WMKiiiMlrrnf How Teirk l,M,nel
Uulva uf jliforsilia...MM.. l.l'4.1,4
Anaerleaa tturet Cosuamnj, llnklaa; Boadn of Mnrotyahla.
All elaisei of property Insured, fiiwclal Attention given to lniurlng Country BUrat.'
New York Life Insurance Co.
ASSETS - $06,800,000.
lfOTR ASD NTtM'K BBOKKR.
iiilMi SPLlN i COIL
rates to those who desire to try It.
lrHlliiK out ot 9IciiIiIm.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
J. H. eOUW IN, Pren't. J. M. UOUUUAR, Ylee-Frcat. C. UKRAINE, CsukltB.
J3oard of ulrootora.
J. M. OOOUBAR.
rn ft til u J
, B. TtlRLKT,
Bl l II
arA Sepaaltory al tb Btata at TcaaMa. Traauutla a WeucraJ taahtaf
U. 11. UHIAN.
ajasiaeaa ana erivaa ppeeiai aaieaaiaa so awaievaiwaa.-w
Woods & Swoope,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness, .
NANCE COTTON PKESS,
ii iiiiioaui OINH,
tenni KukIiioh, Slat'taluery of All IffficrlplloiiN,
No. 332 SECOND ST . MEMPHIS, TENN.
III10I & SMI
Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Noa. 326 and 328 Main SU MemphiCTenn.
arOTTB KTOTIt or rAl.l. AKD WIJfTEK DOOM la L4RGKB A1SD MOBB
OOMPLKTK THAN IVfR BlOKi. and our prioai will oomuare with those of any honia
in the United States. We ate Agents for
TeMMgM Jfanaractorlag Co.'a llalJg, Drills, SbmUdi;, 8blrtlnf, Ete
And Commission Merchants,
lToa. 34 nnd 3G MndUon Street, SIemphIJ
(Nl'CCKNNOBrJ TO HF.ACIUM HORION
Old Stand, No. 9 Union St., Memphis.
ariicie we sen 10 oe as low as it
Kojnltiabla f lVMtaTlll....9
Hnnavllle of Kooivllls.,
I fhiMsnlm mt Mruoklyw (Ma-
rine Departinant) ,t,4tal
II T TH K BAHKF.I. OH CAH-S OHIO
barrel lota delivered in the city at very low
Nprrlnl Halra Iu all atolala ou Mallroad
P. M. PATTER SON & CO
j. r. ooDwnr.
J. W. FALLS.
U. K. COKIN.
A. W. NKWH0M.