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S. jB. EIDG-ELr,
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
JTo. 38 MADISON STHEET.
If la receipt f a larger,
iMted stack of CASSIMEKES.WORSTEDS, 8 CITINGS
aid 0TERCQATI5GS, (all
Ueii,) thai wai erer shown
stack cam priies ths choicest
aid. aioit d arable goads In gentlemen's wear,
ttf Samplei and Fricei on application to these
who have left ancaaure.
P
JEWELER
290 MAIN STREET,
HAVE
to Stock Open for inspection
AMCSKMUfrs.
jgJEMPHIN THEATER. -
T ONIGHT.
The Romantic, Emotional Actor,
ROBERT B. MAWTELL,
In Jno. W. Keller's molern sooietydrama
TANG 1YEI LIVES;
Friday night The Mnrb'e Heart.
Saturday matinee Lat performance of
TANGLED LIVES.
Monday. Oct. 25 Z 0, tha Maglq Quean.
Eugene Kobinson's Museum
open aai'y irnm i uom it p.m.
ADMISSION , Hie. Reserved seats. 10) extra
JO-JO, the Dogtsoed Bi Walter II
Stuart. Armless and Legless Wonder: 1. V
Sprague, the Living skeleton; Miss Uoldic
Grace, the Long liair Lady, and a host ot
otner ouriosiuea ana two grant uouDie com
Tianiea in the beautiful B ina Theater. J H
Svmond'aAll Star Co. ar.d Irne Fox'a Mva
tifyingCo. Monday, Oct. Win J npearance
ofP. 'f. Barnum'a Grand International Con-
greas of Giant, who were to have appeared
here with hit company ; also, an entire new
company tn toe theater.
A50 Ct.Rhowfur lOCts.
A POPULAR SHOW
At Popular Prices.
Forepaugli & SamwelPs
Carnival of Novelties and Trained
Animal Show Combined, Under
a Mam mot o Tent.
SI THE BLUFF FOR ONE WEEK
FIRST PERFORMANCE
Monday Right, Cct. 18
EVERYTHING NEW
40 PERFORMERS 40
TWO PIHIimntXDIt DULY.
Doors open at 1 and 7 p.m.
Cvumencingat 2 and 8 p.m
See the Novel Street Parade.
Admission to All Only 1Q Cons.
jOANC'IAG.
Mrs. Florence Fin'ey Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
DANCING ACADEMY
Saturday. I let. 2:M, Bt 3 P.M.
STRAYED OK S 0LE.
"TULES-From McKay Fu'mer'a plan
i-VX tatinn, formerly s nown as bunt place,
near Austin, Tunica county, Miss., one dara
bay horse muie, 14 handa high, with mane
not shaved lately ; about 8 yeara nM.
Alio, one black mare mule, 14 hinds
high, white siot on left ahoulder; about 9
years old. Will pay ten dollars reward for
ineir return to plantation.
MoKAY Ff'LMER
ROOMS ASD BOARD.
"PRIVATE B 'ARDING At 21 Hadden
-L. avenue. iay board and lodging.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior board,
twobl cka Irom Gayoen Hotel. 463Shelby
TAMES WASUINGTON, formerly cook at
J the Gayoao, has been eintdnyrd as ca
terer lor 453 and 4.ri5 Bhelby e'reet, 2 squares
below Qaynao. where superb meals, with
prompt attention, will be terved lor $20 per
montn.
J00MS-
Furaished, with board,
At HH1 Shelby street.
ROOMS-Pleaaant furniah'd rooms, with
board, for ladies nrgenilen en. Terms
'Tory reasonable.
392 Court Extended.
DESIRABLE ROOVS-Wlth board, at
72 MADISON ST.
lv 00M8 Furniahed rooms witn board.
ATV v.i 121 Court street.
JQT. JAMES HOU8R-r8
Adama ateeet.
KJ Board and lodging, 15
day bosrd, 83 SO.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furniahed or nnfurnlshed, with or
without board ; ntlier rooms, 104-1110 "ourt at.
FOK RKNT.
COTTAGE 8eTen rooms, on Wa'ker ave
nue, on Flmwood ttreet enr line. Apply
at 36 Unien atreet JOS. LKNwW.
TWO STORY BRICK-87 Poplar, 8 rooms
and all modern conveniences. Apply to
Berajmann A Wegener, 2tt Main atreet.
ROOM-Nioely Furnished front Room,
every ejnvenience; .t 142 Madison at.
ROOMS To ro'ponsible business women,
e'ght very desirable rooms, second and
third floors, amain or en suite, southern ex
posure, well suited for dresauaking, millin
ery, professional woik, etc.. with the aeou
rity ofahome; d oners lurnishei), it wanted.
Call (bringing referene) at Women'a K
changw, EtW -ecoi da'., from 3 to 5 p.m. '
HOUPB-Wlth six rooma, at No 17 Huling
street. Inquire next, door.
-tOO MADIrON STREET Now house.
IQO Appiy at 32 Madison strtet.
PLEASANT furnished room for genlle
n en ; 111, Washington : refertnee required
2H0USES-0n Robeson street.
A pply at 1U1 Robcion atreet.
COTTME-Fonr rooms. 8 Auction atreet.
Apply at Sdlhird atreet. .
STORE-ROOM On Main street, dwelling
house on Court ftreet, ar d several vaoant
lots. Apply to K. U. BMOWOEN orJ.L.
QOODLOE, 88 Madison street.
"DRICK IIOUSK Two stories, nine rooms,
-' on mulberry atreet.
Annlv to
DR 8- A. POOL.
STOREHOUSE Four story and basement
storehouse. No 254 Froot street.
. M ALLOW Y, CKAWFOKD 3c CO.
KOOMS-Well lurcisbed rooms, Ko. 81
1 Linden street.
ClOTToN ' FFICE Aptly to E. M. Apper
son A Co., No. 354 Front ajroet.
I PINE OFFirES-65 Madiaon street, next
' to Clarendon Hotel.
li. M. KSTE8. S5Madiaon St.
HOUSE- 320 Washington S . ; 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
OTOREHol HKS-
O No. KV; Main Street.
No. 5 Main Street.
No. 2ir7 Main Street.
Apply to JAMKS LEE, Jb., 4 Madison St.
ROOMS-Two furnished or "unfurnished
rooms a 40 Madison atreet.
JALBGANf newly turnished rooma, bath
JUi room, etc. Inquire at 116' Court street.
3 U
nore yarled and better ie-
this seasoa's import.
ii thi narket. The
designs, flneit textures
CORNER MADISON
THEIR
LOST.
HH T IN DILLS, somewhere between Oar
tD-L I ojo at. and 1'eabody Hotel, either in
the alley or on Front atreet. Under return
to HKK.UU .V UUP., and ha rewarded.
FOR SALE.
P)L A NT ATION On the Arkansas Kiver,
J- Lincoln County eOO ecru in hih atate
of cultivat-on: 1610oeain tract; well im
proved ; a team aln, 2 large harna. 21 good cab
ins ana handsome dwelling, 7 ronas, wiih 20
arrea lawn in front. Liner.il tortna. Apply to
aiAi'iiWn r , rta. n rvnu & tu.,
372 and 374 Front atreet, Memphis,
or J, I) GAHRBTf. Earaaga, Ark.
HOUSE AND LOT-60xln, near Main at.;
oan be had at a barvan. Apply at
. 7 UEOKUIA sr.
TTITZFs.LD'SOil, Vapor and Uaa Stores
i l tor light housekeeping, li.il . second St.
A COMPT.ETEoutrltnfthelatost improved
xx. inoi iAuauni m A(jii;iiK.K, al
moat new, ata btrsain. Address
WUCUeNUhiM k UAKMAN,
Vickthurg, Miss.
HOUSE AND LOT The J. A. Hayes, Jr.
re? idence. No. 3fi2 Vance street. Apol
to W. O. HAY K. Mate NationsI Bank.
LPOR 8ALE CUEaP-No. 8 Washington
J-' liana rress. lor nine-column paper
good as new. Inqnire at No. 37 Union st.
AT 1. A.Jones k Co. s., one nice gentle
bugffV MAKE thafanv ladv can drive
or riue perieotiy ante.
T3ESIDENCB Noa. 86 and 88 Market st.i
IX in g:od repair: lot Apply to
in. u. itnaaKUK. itloaby at
LJEDROOM FURNITURE-
I 1 : i. i . i
Diuauunriifi uuuusn'J ew.
, AUkS, lib,Al llri t CO.,
No 361 Main atreet.
TWO 30 Inch Portable Corn W ilia: wo 28
inch Corn Mills; iwo2t-inch Ci.rn Mills,
No. 1 order. New and Second-hand. MiH
work or that description solicited. A good
stock of select French Burr Stone on hand.
THOS. DELANY, 124 Frontst.
CnEAPKST-t0 improved property in
the ctiy. Apply to
W. i. L., Appeal cflice.
CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE- But
w utile uaea, and m good condition. At
P'yat APPEAL OFF ICE.
T11K lea-e and fixtures of the St. Eljie
Hotel, Me-idian, Mifa, Twenly-fve
oommoaious rooms,, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door; now doing a
good business and popular. Can be had at a
barf ain if applied lor within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmlre, proprietor,
Meridian, Miaa.
OLD MATERIA L In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied bv B. Low-
enstein A Bros.
must be removed at ones.
Apply to
JOHN RKID, Builder,
NEAT COTTAGE Of aix rooms, and lot
2011x44, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
premises.
CHEAP One second-hand RiiCKaWAY,
J neariyasgood as new, at 10? llni- n st
CTEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
J W. R. LARKIN, Laminaville, Ala.
WOODLA WN STOCK FARM- In ihestud
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. One Trotting Ur rse; fee, $10. One Jer
sey Bull; fee, 8.50 Fob Sli-30 Horsoa,
3 Milch Cows. 15 head Butcher Cattle. Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
asiure, so per montn; Texas horses, lc per
ay. Telephone JOSEPH BITH NKV. 852.
WISHED.
BUTCHER-To go tothecounlry. Apply
at Mesnrs. Speoht A Walter's. 37 Madi
lon atreet. tbia morning at 10 o'clock.
ROOMS Two or three unfurnished rooma
by two oerfena. Ai nlv at Knhillmir'.
Boardjpghouse. Adams street.
TiMRRT Ci.ixr Cook Man preferred
V 815; alao. dining-room i.uy, at 121
wagea
1 Court.
"W0 TINIIERS-
At 31 Gavoao street.
TO RENT HOUSB-fientainingnveoreii
rooms, within ten minutes' w alk of Cot
ton nxenanre. drlroa f.. this oni'e.
A GENTS
In every town to sell Pianos
Xland Organs
110UCK A CO., Memph'B.
OAFE
A good second hand Iron Safe.
P from No. 6 to No
sin sue Addresa
A8JJ,Appeal office.
SITUATION-Ai Teaoher for Children not
over 13 yeara old; prefer private family;
can give reference. Direct MiKH MARTIN.
301 Fannine street, Chattnooga, Ten p.
B0Y8-F!ve boys to learn a trade; none
out boys willing to work need apply.
ppflflawjuAniBi, H4 irr0Dt it.
KiVERYBODY To oall and see the eeie
I brated Ginav Clairvnv.nt. itt ThirJ
atreet, near Poplar.
GOOD MILKER Man or woman, for
dairy. Apply at Koys'er'a, 2K5 Second.
ONE or two gentlemen to occupy a aicely
furnished front room in private family:
ood looality, and onlyo blocka from Oeurt
iquare. Address MINOR, this office.
SITUATION Aa porter or house boy; oan
give city references POMTKR. Appeal.
YOUNG MAN-Kspenenced in Job Prlnt
Ing. No. 10 West Court S reet.
SALKsMKN To aell petit ledgers and so
licit merchants with ne n,,v!l! hie
piuma; lorn poii ions.
E.
U. L
KM EN i CO , Atlanta. Ga.
yJALbbiVitPi In ever; State in the I" ion
O to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
drsaiALTlKS that are ponular and n.v baIU
Ing. Can be handled alone or in connecticn
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
CRICF M ANUFW. CO.. BALTTMORW. MT).
C CHAMBERMAID With good reference,
J at 138 Madison street.
TiAY BOARDERS Or wjibont rooms.
-Lf At n Kast Court street.
S"
Tamping and embroiukring-To
oraer in oeti styles at
MAY'S EMPORIUM.
HOOMS-Well furnished
Linden street.
rooma, No. 81
WANTfcD Ladies, local or traveling. A
wonderful entirely new specialty for
ladies only; $4 daily easily made; no photo.
no painting; parnauiars tree. MRt
S. G.
Mil lb, uox 44.1, (.0 cago. 111.
POSITION-By a lady aa mua-c teacher, or
to teach vnuoa ohildren Eno-li.h krnnnhai.
Salary expected moderate. Good home de-
ireu. Address "leacher," Columbus. Miss.
l AN An intelligent.enrnest man to rep
XvX resent, in his own locality, a large re
iponaible house. A remunerative aalary to
rinht party. Steady position References
exchanged. American Manufacturing Lljuee,
16 Dirclay St., N. V.
1 u ) k Llib. FKATMERS Highest ca.h
XJ' M pne. by GABAY, Memphis.
1 EVERYBODY
TO KNOW-That I
flf WITH iim.n rr
VJ FILL TEETH
aril
the
next tuiriy uaya lor ti on.
A. WESSON,
243 Main .reet.
fLV G01D
SILVKK-Forcash ores
KCRRAT RIDELT, )
in
fyjt
change. jll'LF01il, Jew er, 2i4 Mam
MEMPHIS r DAILY
TUE OLO CIP HOSPITAL
DB.
5EELEI MIKES AJfSttER TO
DR. BLACK,
And Still Claims That He Is Eight in
His Criticisms and In Ills Asser
tlon of Keeded Reform.
To the Editors of the Appeal I
In ycur issue of yesterday moroin
l nod a communication from Dr. J. K
Black, physic an in charge of the
City Hospital, in wbicb he -ac-
custs me, aa the author of the edl
toriala in the September and Octo
ber numbers of tte Afi $iuipi Valley
Medical Monthly, of "pbbliehing to the
world stat'stica of my own mak which
are not correct," r-I "miBrpDreenl
ing the cjndition of tho Hospital," of
perverting facts "to suit the end in
view" (?) and of "making statement
that raonot be verified." As ana of
the editors of the Monthly, and as the
writer of the article io question. 1 bea
space to defend ti e Monthly from the
odium wtmn ur. iiia:k undertakes to
heap opon it A ras'ial reader of Dr,
B.ack a letter would gather (lie idea
that my purpess in diecaiBing ttie
eondr.i n nl the Hoapitul wes Lot aa
honorable one ar.d was iDfluecc?d bv
persooal mct:ve. When I penned the
editorials my only nope was the com
mendable one cf exhibiting ton ex
ceedingly miserable and uusanit-ry
condition of our Hcspital es compared
with tbo'e enewhere, and cf pointing
out tho necetsi y, if we want to p o
tectonr prd of humanity from ihe
noes ol tnt-ra, ol improving its condi
tion and its fa.iilitus. "Thtougbont
this d scuEs'.oo," as he chooeea to put
1. T i i , V
ii, x luvb tnreiuny avo'.tiea engaging
in persoi.aiitiee, and t ave more t! an
once disclaimed such intentiors I
regret, therefore, that Dr. Black still
persis's in viewing my coarse in a per
sonal light, as he, if I mav judge by
the tanor of bis let'er, ev de. tly dees.
In ventilating and urs ng the iin-
Srovemtnt tfour II capital I have but
one my duty as a medical jouroa irt,
a duty due my readers and the p ople
of this city, and in iti ptrf nu
ance I eujoy tho cocsciousneas
of being seionded by the pub
lic pre a and tbe good citiz-ns of
Memphis. I could not do Ices. As to
the statement that I have mi are pro
eented the condition of the Hospital,
Dr. Black bai advjn ed no reason to
induce me tn change my opinion of
the institution, as txorcsatd in tuo
editorials alluded to, acd which I: ave
been reprodu ed iu all the daily pa
pers of the city. Icdterf, be nnk-a it
unnecessary, fir he admits all that I
have claimed when he says: "I am iu
lavor ol imptovins the oiditionof
our Hospital, and recommended an
iocrease in the appropratiot in my
biannual report in 1884.
Memphis should have a new Hcspital,
with all rxodern Improvements in
heating, ventilation, e'e, built onts'de
tbe city limits, in crdir to avo.d em
bracing its mortuary reports in that
of Memphis, asd an increase in tho
appropriation of 10,0C0 to $15 000.
With tbis amount tbe comforu of the
Hospital could be increased, its tiH
ciency augmented and its death rata
lowered." tie acknowledges (1) that
tbe conoi ton ol tbe Hospital needs
improving; aye, that we should even
uYe a nto tit epital ; (2) thtt tbe vent:
lat ng, Heating arid sanitary arrange
ments Bre imperfect; (3) that ao in-
create in apprrpria'ion of fiora $10,'
000 to fl5,coo (double the pres. nt
amount collected for its use) is need
ed; (4) that it) comfoits could be it -
cteaaed; (5) that it ellicieucy c u d
ba augmented, and (G) that lU death
rHtetouidbe lowetea. He contts es
all that I have charged rgtiust lln
llcspi al aud aJmits the impor anco
oi toe impiovement X have nrired
Wbe e, then, are the mieetaiemeuts?
rossibly I may have d ne tlie hes
pitjl and i's administration an in j ua
tice in the fignrta of its mortuary re
porta, which I used in my last edi
toriBl ti compare with mortality per
centages from other hospitals If I
have done io it hai b?en lhrough' no
inuit oi mire, lor alter the aopeurmco
of my firt editorial in ihe tiepttrabfr
numner o; tie Monthly i airtiersjd
Dr. Black, as the executive ollicir of
the Hospita', tha fallowing polite) rt
quest, and oce which I as a cit;z?n
bad a tiuht to make:
Orriits oi- tii a Mikibhippi Valliv ")
Meuicai. MoKiin.Y, 126 Hernando stroet. !
Mh'MI'HlH. TINN . Sent. 17. lhSli. I
Dr. J. E. Black, City Hospital :
Dear Docroa To prendre an etli'o-
ial forthtr Outt.berianoeof tbe Monthly
I will need soma statistics regarding
be moriality peicnntige and tot of
support in your Hospital, it 1 can
tbtuin the e figures from records at
the Hospital, will you kindiv place
them at my disposal? It not, will you
kindly tell me where thay cat ba cb
tained? Very sincerely and t uly,
your friend, a. a. wkelv, m d.
In reply I received the following:
Taxing Dihtbiot Hospital, )
MtvpHin, Tens., topteinber 21. 1886. I
Dr. E. A. Neely.
Dbab Doctor I don't pripr.se to
furnish you w.th any statistics, ot any
other facilities or favor, unless I was
assured tbat you would make legiti
mate ue of the came. Your last arti
cle wai so exaggerated and ur.ftir to
me tbat I don't think myself under
any obligations to assist yon in any
way. If you were fair minded enough
to diarusi tbe Hospital imperially, I
would co-operate with you cheerfully.
If you are determined to break down
the only chaiity we have in ttie city
Jou mutt do S3 without my assistance,
think, moreover, as a ma'.t-r of
truth and justice, you should corr, ct
tbe errora and misrtatements in your
last erticle. Youri truly, e c ,
J. E. BLACK, M D.
. If then my figures were net coin ct
the fault in principally bis. After his
refusal io furnieh me etatUtics I ap
plied to Dr. Gray, then 8-creUry of
ttie Biard of Health, who referred me
to tlm printed annual report i if the
B aid ( Health of the Taxing Dis
trict. Is each of tress reports is an
exhibit showing the number of pa
tients tent to tbe hoipi al eanh year
and the number of deaths io the nos
.iial each year. By dividing the
number of deaths by the number of
patients I ob'ained my percentages.
These certainly shou'd be "official fig
ureb" if they are not. Dr. Black in
bis letter shows a much greater num
ber of patients than Is shown in there
exhibits. Where tbis rurplui cornea
from I d ) not inn, for I was always
nnder iha impression that all patients
admitted to the hoMvtal were tent
there by tbe Biard of Ileallh or their
admittance was repoit;d to the secr
tary of tfcat body for record.
Now aa to the fact, that there can be
no comparuon bttaeen the C y Hos
pital at St. Lou'8 and our City II .8
pital I cannot think that Dr. Black
could have taken the trouble to in
form hiinfelf. Tbe torograohic.l sit
uation cf S'.Loois is veiymuch the same
ai tbat of Memphis and its hospittl
rsctivis its patieDts from a very large
nir.-onndiig c-untry, as does outa.
Tue chara'iier of diseases is very simi
lar. I venture lo assert bat a train rare
ly ever goes into the Union Depot at
St. Louis withoui carrying asicn p-u-
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, -OCTOBER 20,
pr on his or ber way to the hospital.
Thaevidriiceof Dr. Dein, h super
intendent cf the St Lop'e Hrgpital, on
this point is worth more than mine.
In his annual report fir 1883 he says:
"The increase of patients admitted and
treated within the past four yeara is
out oi all proper: ion to the increase of
the city's population, there having
been no epidemic to swell tbe nsual
proportion of the needy sick t tbe
well, if we exept malarial (roubles,
with which many workmen we-esent
front the government work, along the
river." Again in his annual report
for 1884, he says: "One thousand
three hundred and four pa'ienta were
admitted for malarial troubles." So
tbey "go" also "to the St. Louis Hos-
fiiial from every Sttte aid Territory
o America and almost every country
on the globe, broken down by hard
ships and exposure and ttarvation,
and overpowered by malaria in its
mrst viiuletit form.' Is then the
difference to wide?
As above avowed, my pnrpoee in
bringing before my readers the fact!
connected with the Hospitil has been
not to reflet on its administia'ion,
but to imprets upon our citiaens tbe
necessity of an improvement in its
construction and "ervice. Let it not
be said that we have a Hospital which
stands as a monument of reproach on
oir boasted proereBiin civ lizitioo.
B. A. NEELY, al. D.,
Ass. Editor Mississippi Valley Medical
Monthly.
THE COUNT! COURT.
Another Hutch of Bill Allowed lesx
terdaj The Report or tbe
Ornnd Jury.
County Coutt met gtia yesterday
at 9 o'clock a.m., Chairman SlaiwhUr
presiding. Present : H. M. Thims,
(J. Jonec, II. Buttanbetg, Juo. M
Ronrke, A. R. Pope, J. M. Cjleman,
J B. Bdckwell, W. K. urnse, A. C,
Wellborn. J. A. Mercer, G. K. ritrick-
lend. Torn Hoieman, jr., Npmior Da
vie, Jno. T. Ellioit, G. It. l-rew, K.
Mason. Tbe following aucounis were
allowed :
W. T. Allen, bui'ding I'rldge m 00
W. II. Coata. repairing bridgo
W.T. Allen, building bridne
W. II. Coata, replacing bridge
W. 11. Coata, build ng bridge
Henry Dean, building bridge
Henry Dean, repairing bridge
lltfnry Dean, building bridge
J. W. Houtton, building bridge
J. W, Houston, repairing bridgo
J. W. Houston, building bridge
',. Anderson, ooflin
A. J. Wright, carrying sick man to
Poorhouee
C. M. Uallts, coffin .
W. J. Chaso k Co.. merchandise
Mt V I
ltd 00
as Oil
t o on
Ail III)
12 MO
12 no
so o
70 00
111 00
5 IKI
5 00
S 01
2 70
764 00
S. C. Toof ar Co.. blank books, sta
tionery and printing ..........
C. A. 8. Riobnrdsxn.eiaminlng books
in Chairman's office. 39 days at SI...
15tl 0(1
liVi 00
Janes A Grnham tt agon Company,
6 dump carta
Jlouiphis Saddlery Company, cart
breeching
B. Lowenatein A Broa , merohandne
J. Simon, alaxier
10T 00
lot) 10
22 75
aii 7tl
II. P.Cullen..
P. L. Gray, 3 coffins
15 HO
A 00
K. H
Lanly
R. W. Pea son, building bridges...
6f0 Oil
415 75
lift 00
20 no
R. W, Pearson, repairing bridge
R. W. Pearson, driving piles.............
TiiffirlA Jk Kinitirounh. repair g br.dxe
K. b Ware, repairing bridie
A. II. Gillesiue. reniiriug bridge
38 01
12 50
14 00
B. G. Hodges, repairing bridge
J A. Murray, building bridge
30 00
36 IH
27 50
404 00
75 10
W. T. Swinnea, building bridge
L. M. Vaugh, repairing bridge
W. T. Nesbit. building bridge
W. T. Neithlt. rnnairing bridge
li. A. King, building britge... ....
S. A. King, building bridge
S. A. King, repairing bridge
S A. King, replaoing bridge
W. P Gaither, replaoing bridge.
M. W. Fletcher, repairing bridge....
M, W. Fletcher, repairing btluge
8 J. Beene, building bridge
8. J. Beene, repairing bridge
S. J. Beene, building bridge
200 (10
125 no
44 U0
44 00
15 on
75 10
45 no
40 no
240 on
75 (JO
Mess is. Wellborn, BLckwell
i, BLckwell aud
Efgnew were appointed a toinmittue
to as. et tain the tost of publishing the
repoit of the rpecial grand jury tha:
examined the various odhnty c Hi core.
HOLSIEOS.
Seventy-five or Thin Orent Breed ot
Initio to He eold .Next
' Wed steadily.
Those who are familiar with tbe
qualiiiea of cows have long B'nc ar
lived a1, tbe conclusion tint ihe II1
steirs are peculiarly adap'ed lo the
r. qnirements of the- people nf tti'e
poition of tbe c untry. Tliey com
bine more desirable qua ities ior the
dairyman, general fsrmer and stock
raiser than any ether bieed. Their
v eld of milk ranges irooi 10,000 to 18,-
000 pounds p?r year. They rmtrire
early, attaining great 6iV, thus b ing
valuable both to the dairyman and
b'lef Miser. For a fw mnntts Me.-srs,
D B. Smith, nf Guthrie, Ky., and J.
W. ftillweU & Co , of Troy, 0 have
been ananging to sell a la-g nuinber
01 Hoi tinsi i Memphip. Th tattle
are now at the etable of F, A Jones 5t
Co., ready for impection. Trie sale
will coinmence next Wednesday
morning. The people have a week's
time to inspect the cat tie and examine
their pedie?. Among- the great
bulls whose e t make tip tbia lot are
Jacob, No. 008, H.H.B., fur whom h s
owners paid f -000. There am also a
number representing Prince of Twick,
N'o. 1005, H.H.B. Aa a whole, the
herd is as well bred as any in tbe
country. The gentlemen wbote names
ara given suove caveannmoer or
premiums that have been awarded to
their cattle. These wbo want fine
bu'ls, milk cows, heifers or smnl
cilvcsar invited to yisit the stabls
and examine these calf e. They have
been aelec'ed with car?, are ac
climated, are in good condition, and
are likely to give satisfaction to an
pu chasers.
CALL OS W. K. HOURE
To Tell What He Know Ahoul Ilia
Tariff anal Ihe Blair Bill.
To the Hon. Wm. R. Moore, Mcmpliii,Tenn. :
Dkar Sir vVe resDertfuily r. qnet
vou to deliver a sneenh. on the tiUitr.
at 7:30 o'clock Thursday night, 0:-t j-b:-r
21, 1880. The people des;re lo
bear you spe va'ly upon the qiiesMons
of "the tarifl" and "th BUir bill."
which are regarded as t lie iroit v tal
questions at Usne in tho approaching
e ection. Your eatly reply to the
abave rennest will Legrntrfully appre
ciated. Very reepecttullv, etc.,
T. J. HTHAM,
T A. HAMILTON.
J. M. (IHKIXJRY,
J. W SMI I'll,
J. W. VKRNOS.
J. T. LHM'Ml,
' G. (1. DENT,
8. H. 1HYNK",
R. F. 1MTTKR-0N,
T. NKIII' lNGALE,
H. FLK.MINGS,
U. W. RASH,
PET LA''EY,
W. E. .Men I IRE,
T. W. BROWN.
Mmnus, October 18, IHNi.
Furniture, Caapotg and
Lace Cor
tains.
Received today a large !ot of baauti-
fnl carpets jnst from the Icom some
new patterns never befo e in th ma
ktt. Ext'a super ewe woil, extra
super C. C , sntl BDme lovely designs
in Bidy Brussels. Abo new rues, lace
curtains and window shades. Elegant
sideboards, bat-r.icks, center tables,
and wardrobes with French plate
glnss door.'. No troub'e to show goods
and quote prices, whether you want
to buy for cash or on ins'allmente.
Ca 1 and examine our large aiock.
tl. W. FIHKR,
274 Secerd atreet, oppcsilc Court S iuare.
B1BAL11, MISSISSIPPI.
OH. LILES, AXSWER1N0 AS Al
PElL 1 0 R II feA fOX OEN T,
Strikes at roDgrepsaun J. R. Mor
gan In a Tery Foollnh Way His
Versloo of tbe Byhalla Speech.
To the Editors of the Appeal :
Bvhalia. M8, Octobsr 19. I
noliceain your iseus of the 11th in
stint an article purporting to give trie
language of Judge J. B. Mcrgan in a
speech at 8t na'.obia, M ss.. which re
flects severely upon the charact r of
tbe gentlemen who substantia'ed the
repoit of a certain speech delivered by
the said Morgan in this place, and
published In the Avalanche of Septem
ber 5th, by Dr. E. it. Uight. Being
one of tbe number to whom Judge
Morgan's remarks apply, I ask space
to notice the same.
Before reply ng to the language said
to have been uxed by him, I will sub
mit the following fAtts fc the con
sideration of the public: Judge Mor
gan madti a speech at this place on the
I'iid of August. A special t ain from
Holly Springs brought fifty or sixty of
as hinhly honored and re "pei'ted t it -sees
as are tj be found in
the State, lead by Cant. James
T. Fant. chaiimtn of tho Demo
cratic Executive Committee of the
county. Our own cit'sens we ra out in
force, among whom were Sta e Sera
tor T. M. Kemp, editor of the Byhulia
Journal, a leading Democratic paper,
ai.d a w.irm personal fiiecd of Judne
Morgan; M. D. llerripg. associa eed
i'or of tho (m(i V. E. FutreM,
Dred It gram, John Owinjts, Jule
Gwin, tbe Hon. J. II Tuoker, the
Hon. r. w. iI till i hp, J. u llorton and
a number of other gitutleintn, none of
whom would misrepresent Judgo
Morgan, nor fuller it to be done ny
others. ThJ fpeech was reported in
the Avalanche by Dr. E. M. lligbt
(nniler the coitnomen of "Marcellna ),
t1 e former editor ot Ihe Byhulia Jour
nal, urder whose management effect
ual work was done in the interest of
Mcrgan and etiiivn t Chalmers two
years ago. Morgan replied to the
tame thiongh tha eame p .p r, totally
demyiug the lanKtitge imnuted to
himaying that he notcnly di J not use
such language, but had ust no word
or words In m which such infer, ncss
cou d bi drawn, and fmttier de
nouncd the reiort as a faleeho d.
Iu ju t ee io Dr. E. M. Higbt, tUese
gentlemen, inclucirg nijsalf, who
heard h's speech, csttilitd that in sub
stance Dr. Higut had reoortd the
speech corrcly. An tffort was mede
by Mor gin's ftiends to vindicate him,
notab'y among whom Mr. Gjrdbar,
ol your tity, brother-in-law if Jmlgi
Morgan, wlo wrots to some of tha
above mentioned gentlemen, and also
to merchams of this place, with whom
re t ad the matt iutimate sociul and
busine'S relations, to have our st -.turnout
coutradic'.ed. These efforts all
filled, and truth and justice tri
umphed. These gentlemen would not
ttu tify themselves by uttering false
hoods to cover Ihe blunders of Judge
Morgan. Thies Democratic newspa
pers are publiehod in this cou ty, in
cluding tha Journal of this plac, ed
ited by veteran Democrats ot ts Urge
biain as cau be found in the State,
the editors of two of these papeis be
ing present and beaid Mor-
gAU s speech. .neither oi mem
have denied the language accredit-a
to Morgan, nor bat any other of the
large audience done so. lhey are ail
partonally acquainted with the char
acter ol th gentlomen who inco d
lliitd s:atemente, and it is a lu l
einiriilar that pipers out 1 1 the crunty.
who know ncthing ol the character of
thesa ireiitlemt n, should be so ready
to recoivd the isjlnted statements of
Moririn in Lis own defence. If
Highi's report of Morgan's rpotch had
not been true, can any intelligent man
believe that all ihe efforts that have
been made t3 have them contrndicted
by tho leading cit z?ns of tbis county
could have bo s gnnlly Iniled? If
H'ghts Rlntniont had not bfeu true,
be could no', have gotten one of tbe
gentlemen whom ho did get to have
rigned ceitiflrates to that eflpct, for
every one cf them vo'e'd for J. B Mor
gan two years ago, and egninatJ. It.
Chalmers, xcept J. 0. Moore, who
was Lot at that time a citizen of our
county.
I should not hava deemed it incum
bent to have taken part in the Ilight
M organ controversy, but for the fol
lowing language found in the Atpkal
of the above date from a correspond
ent from Sonatobla: "The Hight cir
cular was denounced as an infamous
falsehocd, gotten up by the Bcallowag
suppoiters of Chslmers io a mad ef
fort to atone for the color line c rcular
of Cbalmeis." If tbe above language
was ti ed by Morgan in his speech at
Senatubia, s reflecting the character
and purpose of the gentlemen w ho
signed Higbt's certificates, bo know
ingly and willfully falsified the truth.
Ktspecifu ly, b j, ltlbs, m.i.
LAW ItEPOBTS.
Ohnnecry Coart Elicit, Jnriaje.
Calendar for today: Nos 5481, Du
al vs Simmons; 6485, Mo,by vs
Thomas; 6480, State vs Hunt: fi487,
Lowenstein vs Lowsnetsin ; 6488, Liw
enat"in vs Lowenstein: 5480, Palmer
vs Harding; 5490, Williams vs Conn
tee; 5491, Livermore Company vs
Beene; 5494, (lowling vs Betti; 6495,
Wa'kins vs Wsikins; 5 I'll), Wilkeraon
va Battiere; 5497, Smith vs Taxing
District; 650J, Hicks vs Hicks; 55 1,
Pride vs Pride; 6F.02, Cjr.igan vs
Lnuisvllle, New Orleaus and Texas
railroad; 5505, Jehl vs Jebl; 5500,
Licbermai vs Cord's; 5507. Bronsoa
vs Origshy ; 531 8. Lymtn vs Thornton ;
5f,0!, White vs B te jamin.
Th eaiy call rf drcket will b con
cluded t inirrow. Peremptory call
commences Monday.
In the cane of Wider vs Wider a de
cree ws rendered yesterday to pay
out fjnd.
Ia tho case of the State vs Shepherd
a decree was rendered to pay owners
surplus.
In Vaccaro vs Roc a argument on
demurrer was heaid and submitted.
Circuit Court-Eatee, Judge.
Jury calenda- for today : Nos. 9000,
A. J. Knapp vs George Britt: 9001 ,W.
J.Smith vs Isaao W.st; 9002, W. J.
Smith vi A. B. Brown ; 8992, Mrs. Ann
Lagrill vs Dr. II. J. Shaw; 0008. Lee
Webster, for use, vs Georgo Washing
ton ; 9010, Ed Johnston et al vs Isaac
Slippy; 9051, Wm. Glenn A Srns vs
Ronthetn Express Company, 9052, J.
W. Knott vs Conrad Wagner; 9079,
M. K. Conaway vs Geo. P. Munch;
9U95, J. B. Franklin vs Act ident In
surance Company; 0C98, John Scheib
ler vs T. D. and J. L. Coopwood, 9101,
A. N Kellrgg Nawspapeir Compa' y V4
T. Niglitirgiile ctai; 0103, T. II. lloll
msn vs Kanras City, Springfield and
Memphis Kai road Company; 9104,
Haoatier Oilworks vs W. B. Mallory;
910'l, K. J. Black A Co vs Ed Stock ;
9114, State of Tennessee vs Amy
IJolizt'Oftr et al.
1886.
E. S LAGER,
Tailor and Importer.
Jw'!li ,Tr jomplete. The Largest, Ckoteest aid
t Varied I have ever offered la Memabls. oonatstln of all the
KA-Itl.TIF IM FAFnTf IIIIINIirwOB"riuVl1 ALt
I!,riL.M;S."-ILr,l,c OTitHooVriMfcia astn "aSclr
rknTAtfHtJta to great variety, all of the LtTMT UK8IGNS), ,
eell,fiA4 hllh. l.kllna tmmAv,A-A . V . . n ' -
tnany. I wlak to aaake IPKItL
Us publlo to call and
OLD STAND,
Inspoot
Cor. Sicond and Jtffarsen
HAT AND HOOF.
II
Found
the tinb They Have
Looking; far.
Been
ISPICIAL TO THB ArPBAL.l
Little Hot k, Auk , October if),
Little Koci'a cr.tck baseball team got
sana mrown an over mem today. A
club gt here on the 3 c'c'ot k train
from Edwaidsville, 111., and went di
rect from the depot to the association
grr untis, where gnmo was called at
3 :do o clock, the now li eu not even
having time to waih or mt a bite of
dinner. Members rf the home club
furnished some of them w!th uni
forms but when s'rurg cut on the
grounds they !o k d likd a It t nf mar
di g'ai sportp. But they could pi iy
ball, and succeeded in making a c ire
of 3 to 0 before tho close of i he
ninth inning. They are a'l little men,
while our bovs are just the loveiNo.
Ti e res'ilt of the vama hs created
coimideiaMe exciti meiit in b.s.ba
e n lee, and it is a corla nty thit big
money will change bauds on tomor
iow's game.
The Brownst Chleaao the Chlrnaoa
What Ncmir
Ciiii Ado, III,, Oc ober 19 Wl en
t;me was culied this aflernuon for the
stennd game of the world's champion
ship series there were between 8000
and 9000 peip e on the grounds. The
weiither was docidrdiy warm at d
pltiBSint, in niai It'll co-it:at with
yesterday. The tores of tho two iIbns
aleo prctubted a rem.rkahle couttast
ons fiat is unrccrjnn!e1 I r, ex.iept
on ttie tasis thht the liatto iojof th
two teams had be-on umti r'a ly a -tcieJ.
Notwithetantling the in roil no
tion of the nsw system of double nin
pirea there was considerable dis'atii
fVtiin with the varioiia drcisous,
and the system wai geioerally vo-ed
n t a glittering suorosi Si re: Chi
cago, 0; St. Lou's, 12. Ihnpins-Mc-liuarle
f'-rOhlcpgo, tj ies:for8 . Lr.uis.
J. Kelly, referee.
Mary Inid Jockey laab llnree
Baltimore, Mo., Oc ober HI In
augural dey nf the fall meeting of I ho
Maryland Jockey Club at P.mlic.
Weather and iMt'k good.
Find liace Three-quarters of a
mile, for three year olels and upward.
Gleaner won by a length; Eitrella sec
ond, Biogonnette third. Time 1 :15.
SVcstid Race Central stakes, for two
year olds, one mile, liaymnnd won
by a length and a half: Dundine tec-
ond, Fenelon thiid. Time 1 :4t J.
Ihird Viaee. Dixio stakes, lor throe
year olds, two miles. The Bard wou
ny live lengths; II no Wing lecond,
Whatlev thud. Tito 3:3;i. .
Fourth Jiact. Mile and a half, non-
nlties and allowances. Aie'ino won
byashott loogib; Lnckv B. second,
Ernrnithiid. 'Iim 2:42.
Fifth Race. llanilimip steeplechase,
Dsiurbanre won by throe lengths:
Mystic second, Abraham third. Time
5:.'12. Dis'ance two miles and a he If.
ALWA Id HEADY.
The
Mulnnl
naoy,
Life liianionre 4'oini
of New Tork,
John F. Wilkeraon. agent of tl.ii
great company, ycttt relay teutived the
paneis to he tilled and returned for ti e
policy ou the life ol H. Furs'eniieim
The noinpany did no; wa't for a r
quest iu ttie natter. A copy of th's
ptper, with the local notics rf Mr.
FurBtenhuim's death marked, hud
been eer.t Ihe lecretary. Without any
let'ersor qntslions ho eent tin proper
pipers to he liilod out Al r. Fnrc't-u-Peim
held a policy fi r f.MKKi. Tnis
rmcnnt, anil ah mt tn much as had
been paid on the policy, will hi paid
to his family. This company is now
running' eome of the inns'- liberal
styles (f policies fvrfr ievuod by first
clas companies. It ia one cf the best
companies in existence, and deserves
tho extentiv.i patrouago it is receiving.
AMUSEMJSMTS.
Tnegl'd Llvea."
This excj.lent play was repeated
last night to a good boose, and the
fine imprppsion niado on the fl.et
night confirmed. Tl;e lovers of
a well corsttuctfd piay admirably
acted ratinot ulTurd to miss the
atuaction now holding the boards
at the New Memphis Theater.
The "Elith Ainsley" of Mies Eflie M.
Shannon ia alono worth the price of
admisaion. Coining as it does just
after the nude epeeiaele of the Dtvil't
Auction and just before 'Atto, the vision
of "Edith Ainsley" seems like the
breath of rprlng laden with the pet
fume of budding (lowers.
'Hnrveat Home" ProKranatne.
The fullowing is the propamine, for
the JJarvnt Home for tbe benefit of
fiiendlees women acd children, to be
given on the 21st inttant:
Bong-Onward ...By the Childroa
Prayer.
Song WeOiilber in the Children.
Addreaaea By Bros. Buses and Maliou
Sung Happy Are We.
fctocripture Recitation .a
Seed Time and Hitrfuit
Song Cart Thy Rread Upon the Watora.
Iieueuiviiou.
I) ina'.ions of any kind (or viuthuis
for the same) for tho "Harvest. Home"
may be repo'trd to anv of ttie Indies',
t.r left with I.v'le A Shields 208 Main
street :C K Kyan A Co., 312 Main
street ; At gin (!anipbnll A Co , 60
Una's street; Modern e A Witeain n,
or Oliver, Finnie A Co.. on the 20 h
instant, and to 12 o'clock in. oo tho
21st instant. Chapel exeiois s (in
presence of the ollerings) at 3 o'clock
p.m. All are invited.
TRANSFERS.
P M. Winters ft si. f Wm. M
Randr lph, lots 27 and 28, in block 12,
Fait Pickering, 50 feet tail. south aids
Alabama by 100 ftiet diiep; considera
tion, f(M0.
tally Ixiughiin to iu. ji warring, sdj
acres, Mxin 1'i.irict; conti leration,
1350.
AdvertiHliig Spaces for Kent.
on thn fence surrounding B Lowon-
et-iri A II-o.'s new hmlding, Alain ami
Jell Tton stree s, by Hook A laG.ill.
Apply at once.
Mies Uiton is now at 402 Phelliy
street, sout' e st corner of McCall, op
poai'e the Gayoso Hotel, prepandto
make dre-s ea iu the latest etyles. Good
woik and reasonable prices.
5
"IKNTIOaf to my ouatemara anal
any DACNlaTICaiNT wlOCfA at say
Sis.,
Memphis, Tinn.
ON 'CHANGE.
Tna Braditreet Agency rejo-ta 201
failures in the Unit d States during
the week end ng Ot-ibr 18, 1888,
againft 205 in the pteccd ng wick,
and 179. 213, : (Hi and 122 in the cor
retnotuling weeka of 1NH5, 1884. 18S3
and 1882 respectively. Middle States,
48; New Eng'and Si t.v, 19; Sou'hern
States, 41; We t;rn St,t-s, 72; PatiUo
Sta'es and T-rritorion 21; CenptU, 21;
total in th Vui o I S ttei ard C.tuada,
222.
ADDITIONAL UIVKiiN.
ClNfiK ati, C.October 19. -Night -River
-I feet ou tin giuife ami a nt'on
a y. Weaiher clear ar.d pltasan', acd
warmer.
Iiuibvillb, Ky., Oc'ober 19 Niirhl
Kiver stntionaiy, with 3 feet b inches
in the canal and 1 .'oo' 4 inches on the
f illa. Bueines tnir. Weathoi char at d
pleanant.
Caiuo, III., OctoVer 19. Night
River 6 torn no th.. Kaiiffe arid hillirg.
Westher clear nul mild. Arrivoil:
Kolle Memphis. St. Loirs. 3 o.m. Nn
depuitureaol regn'ar paiketa.
St. Louis, Mo., Octo'ier 19. Night
River stationary, audttxnds 0 I et 2
Inchsa nn the a itum Weather' clear
ami p'e.sai.t Arrived: Arkansas City,
v ickshurg. Departed: Arkausas City,
Vcki-biiri;
ur.wAitit.
ft RKWARD-
Smiill I'cinaln TAN HOG;
tOf lady a name nn (" Pur. Return to
nn c'.i'ur. iieilirn tn
2JI SKi'(IM) n i It KKT.
FOUND.
KEVS-At V. and P. Hank, a f.iw
agii, a bunch of kojs, which ilion
data
can olilain y escribing s iuie and nuying
for fits a IverTisement.
M'ltAVKH.
1 jilt li riom my ronnel, a
lilack and
white lleaale hitah l aiilit In rlohe ear. A
rewrd will be given for her roturn, or Inlor
matlnn add'easei to nio, care of Pealiody
"owj. jivitm i.il1 Krtl'.LL.
MULKS-On the night of Oct. 3d, 8 milet
east r Coll ierville, 'i black mare mules;
one about four yoars old. In good flxs aud
trimmed up, with little white spot under
Jaw; tbe other, ten or twelve yoara old,
rough, and mt so well trimmed. Reward
for Information, or roturn of uiulea to J. W.
Xonng, Memphis, or
W. T. PRICE, rclllervllle, Tenn.
f'FKSONAL.
BULLINOTON'8
Telephnae number la TIM.
"IISTKRNS-Bullt and repaired and war
W ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Utniont Pump. Contractor end brick
layer Telephone 8S8. 11108 ftllllllNS.
DR. O. J. SCHKRKR, Surgeon Chiropo
dist, 211 Main street. Sixteen years
practice in Memphis. Chnrgna moderate.
Call and aee him. Office hours from 8 a.st.
to A p.m. Sn-dHVB from o tn 12 m.
GIN HOUSE
INSURANCE:
ALL persons desirous of ecenrlr
mid He-llitblf iHxiirnxc)-, i -cat
Hxlea, on GIN HtlllSKS, oa
oommoduled by applying to the
Planters' Fire and Hai..
INSI'llANCK 0MIANV,
Al tt UnillMl- t. ..mitlil. T".w
llKPA ITli f.KT ne 1HU InTKIUOII, I
Wa Inn-t .n. U-doher l'i, lUSIi. I
OKU.K0 PR' Pii.-iALS wi 1 ha recoitud a
i) ihis Doi.wrt mor: t until 12 o'clock m. No
vemb.r 111. 1H 8, lor lurnishing ihe material
and labor required in completing ihe culvert
and other work in the Improve i ontol the
lint Springs Reservation, at Hot Minings,
Arkansas. Blank forma of p-opoaal, speci
fications, otc , will be furnhhed upon uppli-
e.llnn till. 1im,.a.i .....nl l.U....n-:.
tendent of lint Spr.nga Rnservation,
Hot
springs, AiKansas.
L. 0.. O. LAYAR.Weernrary.
Special Notice to Shippers.
Hiaaiaairn and Tssnrhhss Railroad Co.,
Alomphia, September 3, 18811. I
THE eompletion nf die Yasno and Missis
sippi Valley 11. R,, Irnm Jackson, Miss
to Greepwood, Miss , OPKNS DP AN ALL
RAIL LINK, without hresk of bulk or trans
fer of freight, to following named points:
V a aoo Clly, Kdeii, II. Lake, Uood
lope U las, Mllenvllle, NliHrhlrford
Trhuln, Kelrn,Crua-er.Mldor, Blaluc
Nun, Ureenwood.
8blrinents to landings near these point
ahould be made to nearest atation named
above. Your business is rospeotlully so
licited over the M.andT. Road, aa freight
reaches Its destination the following day o4
delivery at our depot. A.J. KNAPP,
General freight Agent.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationer,
2 IS Main NU, MouiphlM, Tfisa
A KKW sal! PPLY OP
SCHOOL BOOKS
jitht ii:ri:iVED.
i on haik.
Plar,Hfi' n of A. LaACo on Tsianl.'-I
fur division n' an entato. It nontftinti aKorti
2MXI acrei of rich bottom lint); about ilH
tt iroi In flultWiiltnn ; several hundred aorofl
tbov nny overflow. Can be made one
of tho finest utoek turinn, o mplotely iur-
rotinanil by WHtor. whtra nrnvente the e
nm.B o( atonk. Alrio. Hbout Heid ot Cattle
which are in fine onnd tion. itiuludtni aev
rtl Miort horn liurbaiu Uuilf, Cow. end
ioarhiijtn. Addrrta
A. LKA 4 . Kulton, Tenn..
or W. A. U AUK A CO.,
No. 3) Front Btrrnt. Meinphiii, Tenn.
'chancery sale
OF
It A Ia ESTATE.
No. B2fil, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Ida Stewart v.. ueorgia c m ouw
art. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in tho above cause on the
IHth day of Ooiober, lSHTi, M. li. 54, page
4HH, I will sell, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, in fretit ot ihe Clerk tal
Master's oft, oo, courthouse of Shelby county.
Meinphia, Tenn., on
Nnlnrdny, November in, 11, .
ulthln legal hoors, the fnllnwing deacriheel
property, situated in the town of Arlingtoa
(fnrinorly Withe Depot), nhelby county. Ten
nesee to-wit: Beginning at a stake .VI feet
lmm the center ol the Louisrille and Piash
villn R .llroad, on the south side ot said rail
road sndun thewost side of (Ir-eulee sucet;
running thence witn sun rsuroau souio
west X chains and "1 links tea stake on Jack
son atreet; ttn-nc with jaras. n sireei souiu
eist.Hchiiaand 12 links to a stake on Jack
son and Walker 'Iro-ts; tboace with Wa-ker
street nnrthoHBt S chairs and Hi inks t-i
ataheon Orsenloe streo' i thuno. with (i'oi-leostro-tnorthwe.it
:l .-liinn an 42 links t
the bonlnning-coutH'iiiug 3 aros, m'iro r
'"Terms of Sale-One half oafh: bal.-nceia
twelvemonths; note beaiing iiiturcnt. with
approved seer tv, required; lieu rolainat.
lbi'8!TMV&wSKU. Clerk snd Master.
Hy T. U Caldw. II, Depu'y C. and M.
Craft A Cooper, Sola, tor ooirpl'oi..

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