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MEMPHIS DAILY AP1KAL.SIXIMY,- NOVEMBER 28, 1S8.
THE MTIOML CiPlTIL.
ASMJAL MFOKTH OF TOE
8iwfBf tha RiiNln'M of the Tear,
Uii Making Suggestions for 1m
prgTeuitit In the Future.
Wshikgtoi, November 27. The
nDOAirriO'ti I h Lh Lou e Bjard
deee ib in dt-tnl the woik doi,e n ri
der its d!r c ion dur ng tbe fiscal year
acdid Jssun SO li lnt. lh n p rt
It sua that the Board hue brooebt the
Bume-ors ai d varit d aids to navla
gatitn cndur if charge tip to tl e
proper usuifsrd, and I ai done all tbat
fa pofB(h'e wiih lh faoda at its dis
posal. OwsriBslat Tear au h or in d
the catablifhrneiit nf a lighthouse and
fog signal Id Cape M- sis, Ore. ; light
house a' Ban Ltrs Obispo, Oil., a uew
apply steamer, etc, bat made no sp
propria loos ttiTiLr, so tbat the
board was powerbss to act in the mat
ter. The bond recommends that
steps ba taken to prohibit the eetab
liahment of private lights and
boojs ia navigable waters, and
tbat the board be authorised to
provide temporary lights in caaes
o emergency. It is also urged tbat
provision be made far the establish
ment of a supply depot and ice harbor
on the Kentucky river, near Carroll
ton. An appropriation of f60,C00 is
asked for the establishment of a light
house and bnoy depot at Little Tra
verse Bay, Mich., and one of $20,C0O
for the establishment tf a similar
depot at Memphis, Tenn. An appro
priation of $160,000 ia also asked for
the completion of the lightbousson
Borthwc st Baal Bock. The estimates
for supplies, ealatiee, repairs and
other general expenses of the service
for the next fiscal year amount to 2,
339,000. Estimates fir special appro
priations, amounting to $133,075, are
alro submitted. These include f40,
000 for a steam tender for the Western
iar(Ma tlraeral Baxter' Hepert.
Washhcotois, November 27. Act
ing Bnrjteon General Bix'.er, of tbe
army, has snhtnitted his annual re
port to the SecrtUrv of War. Tbe
repoit shows for the army a year of
excei tlonal Iraedom from d if ease, si
though it has been one of uamual
hardship and activity Li troops sU
timed on the Booth western frontier.
The Strgeon General says it is a mat
ter of congrsiu'atlon that not only the
admission rate to sick report for tbe
troops, but als) the dea'h tats has
fallen to a point lower than at any
time within the history of tbe Medi
cal Department, end comptrisens
with the rates of admiesioca and
deaths for sll tbe years of peace since
1839 will show a progressive and ap
parently permsoekt improvement in
health. Lo ss to the army from dis
charges for physical debility have to
decidedly decreased, thongb not to the
extent sbown by tbe death rate. It is
shown that a greater proportion of in
valids was furbished by troops under
81 years or age, while up to tbe ags
t 25 tbe rate proved as much above
the mean for the whole army
that tbe Burgeon General rays It may
be fairly qu s ioned whether the ter
vlcta tendered by there young men
re equal to tbe coat of their mainte
ancrt j,Sen,ol Irish birlh furnished
the BigUvstt mortality rate, the En
sile M stood bext and tbe Germans
M-fl .' : -
WaslintaTOR, November 27. Tbe
President today appointed ths follow
ing named poemaa en: George Paul,
atlowaOity, Ia, vies Jacob Blcerd,
nspsnded: John Btarsman, at Ba
vannah. III., vies Ghir'ee L. Uuwe.
suspended; (Jdorg C. Thompson, at
Midland, Mioh., vios John K. Kelly,
appended; Charles W. Gant, at Ir
win, Pa., vice Him in D. Tauffer, sus
pended ; Georgs K. Blake, at Fayette
fills. Tenn., vice Wm Douthalt, tuv
vended; Sober e n I. Orons, at Al
bany, Tex, vice B. F. Btlnson, sus
pended: Charles K. Res, at Patch
ogue N. T., vice Wm. II. Bbait, re
aignsd; Euchsris's Brcile, at Lake
Linden, Mich , vice Peter Priman, re
signed; Frederick B Bmiih, at Colum
bia, Dak., vice John K, James, re
signed; A-a M. Dick.y, at Bradford,
Vt,, vice Genrgx E. Field, remgned:
Charles a. Finley.at Modesto, Cel.,
flee John E. Ward, rcs'gned; It. K.
Cooper, a' St. Auguinne, Fla , vice W.
W. Dewnrat, com mi sloo. expired;
Frederick M. Meed, at Mareng), III ,
vice John Q. Ai'a ne, comin:sn.oa cx-
lred; Hemy J, Dine, at Looure,
iinn., vice John M. Farmer, conirais
ioa expired; Berij in I a Kosa'sui, at
Brownsville, Tex , v cs Josei h Hop
kins, daceas'd; Carol no A. Young
blood, at Chea er, 8. 0., vice N. 0.
Youngblood, dTK"f (1.
Tbe rower or Kuniiuarj Ponlah.
WisniNOToit, November 27 Col.
H. G. Lie be r, Aolinir Judge Advocate
General ol the A i my, in his snnual
report reeommmds that tocammis
toned ota en within certain narrow
and well defined limits be entrusted
the power tf summary punishment,
such as is conferred by tbe English
cods. Ths lack cf power in a conrl
martial to pnniih civilian wltnesees
who refuse to ttsilfv, Is said to be
likely to lead to sn entire failure of
Justice in s . me cases. lbs Eogllth
code and tbe articles ol our navy con
fer this power, and its extension to
nny court mar tin's is reoommended.
Th S). Idlers Home.
Washimoton, November 27. From
the report of the Board of. Commis
sioners of the Soldiers' Home, it ap
pears that 310 perrons were admitted
to ths Ihotne du.ing the year. Ninety
three of the Inmates were discharged
t their own request, five dismissed,
thirty suspended and forty-one di-d,
There e now 8"4 regular and fifty
two temporary iomates atttbe home,
a lumber larger tbsn ever before ac
commodated. The cottage formerly
occupied by the Preeident as a sum
mer residence hrta been assigned to in
mates of ths h"me for occupancy.
The lw fcllvtr SJalUr.
Washisoton, November 27. It Is
fl1" Trea ury Department
that the new $3 silver certiflcatea will
be ready for general distribution in
limited quantities about the end of
AHHIKOTOK. Nl)mh,r 97 T I.
-i-,j : i
" vun lunMam ivevenne uureau
tbat tbe revenue from tbe tax on
oleomarcaiine which went into effect
on the ltt ineiant will amount to about
$100,000 for the p'f sent month.
VTfeat Beuuumy DemuuatralM.
Wasbikotok, Novrmber 27. Pay
master r N. Wht houee, in chargs
cf the Bureau of Provisions and
Clothing, in biaual report to the
Socretary cf lha Navy, iayg lnit tf,e
result (I iiiict economy in ttio pur
chase of eoppU a dut4cg the year
damoriftratei thrt there bnd et'stnd a
large field for the mtrodui ti m 0f r.i
CAreiiH Daamtas metcoua mioi
ministration of the bureau. In the
recess ry pnreh'wa of euoplies daring
ire year ine bureaus c.ntra tsex
hihlt gratify lag results in the grerl
reduction of prices, sccompauied in
mcny lnetdnnee wita rranuest im
provemett of qual ty of ths stoiea
obtained. Tbe p 1 ry of sopp'ying
our t ease's abroad by piriodirsl en p
meits ot sni p its hae beein found in
its operations to be quite eatUfaotoiy.
Imparts ail Kaaarls.
Washibotok. November 27.-Tbs
Bureau of titals'ics reports the value
of onr impcr s f r th year end nK
October SI t at f Mm 778, agaii B",
1572.437,378 for tie pr.cedin lae've
mor.tts, and -tha exports at J097.02J,-
t63, against J7i07:',ttl7.
Tba PraarOM of l inalllm
WnnmnvAK eJnvArr.Viop 97 Mr
Ranriall sreass cccourHgirgly of the
nrpffrwuff his rnmrnllUta nnon the
appropriation bills. Tbe snbcommlt-
tes had work on the District cf
rVnroKU Rnnitrv. (1 vlt anil Tjffl
In'lve. Fiecntiv and Judicial ADoro-
priation B Us. Tbe latter have been
at work today.
COERCION IN IRELAND.
What Alrxaaxlrr Balllvaa Ttalaka It
WU1 AnoHl To.
Chioaoo, III., November 27. "I
think, like other attempts at coercion,
it will on v result in failure." said Mr.
Alexander Ballivan, ex-preeident of
tbe Irish National League, today wnen
asksd by reporter what he thought
cf the new departure of tbe English
Government in tae direction ot co
ercioo in Ireland. "It is more likely
to be failure tban ever before,
because there is a greater feeling
of sympathy fjr the Irish people
among the English masssa than ever
exls ed before. Thatsvmpathy is due
Diimarilv to Gladstone's advocacy and
statement of the caute of the Irish to
ths En dish masses and to the
presence of the stumping of England
by Parnell and Daviit and large
number of their colleagues, who have
so stated tbe I ish cauee to the English
pe-pie that the latter now understand
prec sely what it Is. It is not a ques
tion between races and creeds, but of
humanity. . It would not be at all sur
prising, in view of Churchill's pecul
iar tacilcs and his manif at willingnesj i
to imitate the career of Dleraell, if he
anticipited the failure of coercion and
was anxious for i s trial and failure in
order to justify him in Jumping over
tithe home rnle aide h'melf. The
Iiiah all over the world will become
more artive in their organ's itions and
mire liberal in their contributions.
There bos been no vtant of sympathy
for or confidence in Ihs Iiish party on
tbe cart ot tbe I lsh all over tbe world
Iehou'dnot be au 'prised if Church
ill's enforcement of coercion was real
ly preparation for the advocacy of
hams rule by him. Of late there has
been no seeminir necessity tor any
great activity. If tbe Tories make
that oeceaaity manifest, they will soon
bear tbe response of. the Lisa through
out the world."
Am ImportAat I.lqaor DrcUioa.
CnrcAoo, III., November 27. A
special dispatch from Dubuque, Is,,
sajs an Impoitant decision in a I'quor
cise was rendered there by Judge
Hlilras, of the United Slates Dittrict
Court. It was the case of Sheer vs.
Oroes Biol., who cond noted a retail
saloon In connection with their brew
ery In Chickasaw county. On mo
tion to remand to tbe State court on
tbe ground that no Federal question
wss Involved, the Judge decided that
a Federal question wis Involved and
that tbe oase would have ti remain in
the United Slates Court. This means,
if Judge Bhlns is upheld by the
Un'ted States 8upreme Court, that
raloon keepers and brewers oinnot be
deprived of their property without
A Vleleas ) Bralal rrlae Flxau
Chioaoo, III., November 17. A
special dirpatch from Philadelphia
asys : Jack Langdon. of Philadelphia,
and Pete McCoy, of Bos' on, fought
tbree vicious rounds with ' small
gloves Pets McCoy wss in the pink
of condition and pnshed the fight from
the s'art, pnniehing his opponent
severely about ths head and face. The
third round. McCoy seut in swing
ing liaht band bow on Lansdoo's
nck, fljorlng him like an ox. Before
falling Langdon etaggertd for
moment, drooped his hands, acd then
sent down likes tailing log. lie re
mained oncoufclous tenty-flvs stc
onds, and McCoy wss awaidod the
fleorars Win Hiart a l'aaer.
Nxw Your, November 27. Henry
George stated toly that he was mak
ing arrangements for tha publication
of a weekly paper whioh be intended
to iesue on the fi at of ths yrsr. It
will be called the HunHard. He salt!
it would bi about the s'ss of tbe lH$h
oid, and would sell for five cen's.
lie rajs the psprr will be puh lshed
In the Interests of sll who wcik with
hand or head.
A Faollb and ftinbkvora Belief
In tb tfflotcj ot oarUin remsdlai ot vMaot
action, li ths bnsttlvf foibltof ths linorant
and prtjadlwd. Ths lndtiertalnaU as of
pnrtaiirti ts a vary tommoa phut of tha
fiultj ol luoh peopla. Alooi, podrrhlUin,
dionlwd la saiarooatins, eaator oil, mar
enry, ind othar old iMhtonad drn, sUll
hold thalr own amon this oImh, nod al
though l tit suoecii ot Hurtatur'a Htomnoh
Hlitsis aufflolonUir diaprovei ths scotMlly
fur Tloltnoo in mtdiratlon, th odherontj sf
n otnlodd Uhi nUl poriiH in s'lni
and Uklns Inordiostopnriaiiro Vyt
popia. ouottiptttoii, liTur com plaint aro
corutnlj and tboruojhle anbduad br tho
U ttora, ai thor Inv.rUblr Mirvl(id br
an Indiiortmloiktt uit of medlotnot, oflloinaJ
r pmiir tr. . h.loniint to tho a M whioa
we hare eondamoaJ. raver and im, nor
Tonanaaa, rbtumntim and InaoUTilyaf tha
ktdnsji, rlaldtutht Hlttam.
Eraaitis Braaka Praatratral.
Nxw" Yoax, Novembsr 27.-Mns.
Ersetus Brinks was ao prostrated by
tbe desth of her husband that aha was
unshle to be present at the aerv oes in
the Cnnrch of the Asceneion st West
New Brighton today. Bev. Paschal
liarrower, reclor of ths ohurch, went
to the houreof the dead Journalist
snd held a service of prayer, at which
nons but mertbe's ot the family were
present. Mrs. Brooks attended, sup
ported by ber sons and daughters.
Old tharlif VtUalaa.
Nsw Yoax, November 27. Old
Charily Wmgins, the mother of the
wonderful pi .nut, Blind Tom, who a
Sheriff 'a jury yesterday determined
was not competent tn protect his prop
eity or take care of himself, appeared
in tbe Supreme Court today, snd
through conreel, prereoted the find
ings of the Sheriff's ju y to tbe court,
snd ssked tnat the bs sppoiated
committee of ber son's person. De
cision n as reserved.
A MttMT USSKAL UrrRft
Tni Voltaic Bblt Co., Marshall,
Mich., offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bkltb and Electric Appii
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
ar!lirtd with Nervous Debility, Loss of
riuiiny, mannooa, etc. llJumratod
pernphlet in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
JUDGE SMED MIKING AS EAR-
The Appeal as an Advocate of
Liberal Policy Toward Ih.F
ISrlCIALTO TBS AVTSAL.l
Boi.ivab, Tsam., Nvmher 27.
Tbe furniinre factory of W. H. K'y
ro'ds sas burntd wiih its entire cou-t-ns
on Wed n stay night. L.sj
about $4000; co msursuie.
Jadg-t Btieed is circulatlrg among
his ruany fiiecds be'e. No . more
conrteone, chiva'ric genieman can be
fount. For fany veirs brj bai been
in public life, and without a suin
upon his good character. Hia tecotd
ss citis-tn and judge is most enviable,
and no man in thli section his so
warm a place La the affections of the
Tue excellent article in tbe A r peal
today on Tencejeee and; Mean Legis
lation" is timely indeed. "Inadequate
" provisiai s for public schoo's, prlso' s
" and hosplt tls is sqoaodering the pnb
" lie money, for the objects the money
" is appropriated for are not attained. '
No more patent truism was ever uttered.
If the incoming Legists' ure wdl only
need tbe wise counsel a lasting benefit
will be conferred. We need now par.
ticuiarlv increased State and'viunty
id to our public schools. I a most of
tbe counties outside of the cities the
public schools are taught only about
tbree months in tne year. lots is not
ss it thould be. The school tsx,Btste
and county meat ba increased.
We hope tbe A rr kal will keep this
matter prominently before the public
The law of Tennessee contemplates at
least five months public school each
year. It is the sworn duty of the
magistrates to see to this. They srs
swora to obey ' and sipport the law.
Bed Ion 1108, New Cede of Tennese ee,
resds as folios b: "When the money
derived from the schodl fund aneV
taxes Imposed by tne etate on tie
counties shall not bs snfDckjnt toktf p
ud a Dnb'ie school for ,ne months In
tbe year, in tbe school dfArictsta bat
county, the County O ntt lhal! levy
an addit'onal tax sufficient fjrttns
pnrpoae, or shall eubmit tbe proposi
tion to a vote of the people and levy a
tax to prolong the schoo s beyond the
five months; said tax to be levied on
all property, polls and privileges liable
to tsxation, but not ia exceed tlie en
tire Bute tax."
Will not our embryo S'a'esmen.
who favored publio schtcls but op
posed tbe Blair bill, now come to tbe
front and inrreise the btats school
tax? We shall see.
GAS AND STEAX
J. W. X.
t3 S Beeond
' The already large and constantly
Increasing demand lor thorough and
sanitary plumbing has nec esitsted
the carrying of large stocks ol
supp'ies in tbe latest and moat ap
proved styles of bitli . tubs, wash
stand?, water clostts, (raps, coikj,
valves, etc., ss well as (he employ
ment of a large force of the most
skilled and reliable woikmen, in order
to execute promptly the orders for this
work, and "Browne, the Plumber," is
prepsred to fully supply tlie wants ol
tbe city and surrounding country. It
Is not neoetsary, or even profitable, to
go elsewhere far plumbing work, 01
for the lines in which Browne is en
gaged tbat ia the furnishing of gas
snd steam pipes, cock, valves, inspi
rators, steam pumps, flitlogi and en
gine trimmings for the country and
city trade which is carried in large
quantities and all sixes, from six inch
pipe and fitting! down to the
emallest e'sea, and in order to
fill tbe orders of ths jobbing trade
as well as aniila and lac'orles prompt'y
and in the best manner, Mr. B owne
hia recently added steam power in
his establishment with csptcity for
cutting snd tareadiog p;ps from tbe
smalltat tics up to aid including
eight Inches in diameter, which is
equal to ths capacity of any house in
the West or Booth.
In the gat fixture line (he largest
stock and most varied selection of
newest des'gos are to be found here,
and st prices ss low aa in the Eist.rn
marke's. Ic may be proper to say
bere that this house is now tbe oldest
and mo't su ceebfal in this liae in the
city of Mtmphis, and it will prove to
the interest of nil t) place iheir orders
wiih J. W. X. Browne, 251 Sccoud
Mortality report for the week end
ing Haturday, November 27, 1880, at 6
o'clock p.m. :
Mra n Ul.ck .
K H acol iant.
iibat. af b iwell
Monea Oi entir
Kobt Dollia .
Met (I pal man
oom. bowe a.
a ram led.
u a tkook..
lot! Knan ton
lent at e
DlstribtiUon bv Wards First 2:
Becond, j Third, 0; Fourth, 2:
Fifth, 6: Sixth. 1; Seventh, 2; Eighth,
1; Ninth. 0; Tenth. 0. City Hospital,
2. Still born, 2. White, 10. Colored,
16. Total, 26.
F. A. WILLIAMSON.
BeretT Board ol Boaltn.
Cnraa Indlaaatlon, heedaeha, malaria, kid
per dlataae, feyar, ohtlla, loaa of appetita,
debility and oervona protratien by rogalat
Ids tha Liyar, btomaoh, Bawela, Kidnayi
Lemon ElUIr la prepare from tha freah
a Ice of Lemona, oou,bined with other ece
table litrer lontos oalbartioa, araaatia itiia
Blai U and blood punflera.
Piny eanta firena lalf-rlnt botMe i 11.00
lor Pint and ha f bottle. Bold ky draaalaU
ajanarally, and by all wholesale drnaitte.
Lemoa lint Preps 1
Core all Conihs, Oolda, Hoaraanara. Bar
Throat, Pronohitii, Pseaaeala and all
pared by Da. H. Moat rr. Atanu, a.
. Wella(taoaaa taawaaal.
. riTTtaoso, Pa., November 27. Ths
interference rM of W. D. IWrtupe
asalnat George Weitlnaboose, J'., aud
John Nicholson, jr., in the matter ol
prioritf ol lovenuoa of the double
plpsryttem of conviyirg natural gas
to coneumers, has b eo decided by tha
Gommist-ioner of Pat a s and Uhief
Hiaulnei ia favor tf Uartupte. A
great dtal of money is iov,ivrd, ss a
numherof companies have b.eo py
Ingnyalty to Woiiinghonne for the
uiiof his sjs tern.
lbroat ana Lanf diataaea, airapt Oonaamp
tinn, whiah diaenee It paillataaand araatly
reJiaret, , Prioe 26 eeita. Lemoa Hair and
Lamon Hot Drone aold kJrnlai. ter.
ClB. OALLOWAV CO ......Paoenrrroas.
Rite, i ) and S3 pr day aeord na; to
11a ana tooatioo o room apooial
I Parid-'-n, K P Kohro, Ky
no beinnr. K M II o urnahaw. Enr
jJU'iir,iD r. I'ueiu, .una
K Ya cr. Mim WUr. 'eon
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IISTV Vuiden l'.Tnn IT l..l a. MiM
J L l'rne, N Y MJIurlar. Miu
Kfi Fa eifon. Va . w ( Hs-e. Mo
J ti Heiti, lonn A A L I Itna
.1 St rnnc t, Tenn
0 F Maynaid, vt)ia
Mls llnrr a, Ala
11 L Tli'imai. ny
J II eh'ld, Mo
C li J ui", M" h
A Milo ett, N Y
I I H McCaloh, Lx
HiNatimH, N Y
(' ti Colli ,r, T en
Vt V Hauok, Mo
J La rid an, Tenn f
K Pry. r. Oni-
b II Wl i m Tenn
A H Oilhnrt. Ky
N i-avrr. N 0
B II t I aji, Miu
ayt i L I llHrria, Ala
K K ltr, 'em
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Ola ina McBI or.Ohlo
W r "-er". Toon
8 II Wanrie''. M Y
J W b. lb., P t
f It vd 'T&i, Ohio
8 S iBaw. N I
F A ,-olt N Y
A Ilii-ki, OA' '
A .1 Kaiaell, Mla
E B 'arwooi, Ohio
'i b Yroy A'. Tenn
J K Maker, Tenn
Ororxa Jam-a, Ten
II R vtMttillnnh.Tann J II uHWB.in.Ky
MraV r-'eot-.Taan . A M He 'lller, Tenn
Mra Mary King. Tenn J M BraVaar r, Teni
IM,-. N Whh. T.an f! I. WiruLna. Tenn
Miaa ESteoria,Taan II A WilVeri,oon, Ky
Il-Walker,Tana . l" .,'
WAfr.ts.Kv . II W Walon.Ky
O L Hullan, Tana ,. B C Hanna, Kaa
YrAllen.Teon f A I) Ur.IBi, Wo
H W tarrxh. Mo ; U LBcramra.Tenn
IX miloit. Ma' k ' S 9 Jaokion. Tenn
W K HarriaonJIf.Ark A i MoWbirtw, lana
D W riy. Tans w ai uay aw. i ana
W B MoOlure, Tenn W II Bealor, Ky
W S Goodwro, Tana W U Klynn, k
1 T UuAn.TMin ' W R Codt. Kaa
fl LangaUff. Tena BD Goodwin, Tenn
II B Camf bell, Taaa
4.V Johniton, Tenn
.KJ nuRn.B. Tenn
J M woodbar. Tana
11 G Wank, Trna
W P Wita n.Tann
M Maiek7Te.n-"( i B Hill. Tap n
i u inn. lann
Joa OriiH, Ta
T Bbeparil, Te
W J-Taylor. Tana
D w Lake,
Tenn TM Wrish'.Tana
J A Penla,.Tenn ' T Bbeparil, Tenn
A n iA,lail. Tiii ftnCa.h. Tenn
0 M Dona'tV Ma W K Ricnardioa, Mil
ABeekar.Tenn D U wiiliama, ArK
JT Byrnea, N X B 9 McConnell, Ark
au.,ii. Miu S P Olann. Mlaa
H Adler, Ohio - JW Faulkner Aw.Hiia
W f! Htephrnaon, ArKO Kittterais, Ark
W Brown, Tenn . w w waner, iann
M M.rra, Tena jt M Moyaer, Ark
A M Muryai Teaa
A T Jenklna, Mo
A 1 jenaina, mo j ih; ,i.uui
B 8 Hnmi'hrey.Tefln Mra Uuaapbre, Tenn
li n nn.rt a. TkmUi. . M Knhw.b. N Y
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BS Mnir.Tonn .
.1 W W.fr.Tnn
Mra M E Qiff. Miat
M A Grew, Mo
mini J Hutnh. Cal
R K v or. U, Tenn
1, PFiahor, Mo
Mifi Morria, Miaa
AJMcCartv Aw, Mo
W E Dean. M
P A Wymnn, NT
rTevinon. Jr. N
I W K Retd, Pa
M Hewitv Ak
r, M r
K E Theua. N Y
J Dwrt, Ark
MraWl.iaonA2a1Miai T Dywney, MS
Til..... N V
W VHnlliTax, Mist
f BFIanley, NT
J M Brian. N X
G MtCbate f- Mb
W Duron t, Ky r ,
D8 B-aoa. Pa I
WiN Douuhtn Tenn
WJByar. Ai. . .
Mini 0r loaten, N T
8 JohTKton.NT :
J Joekaqn, Va ' ; '
. Geo Seaman,, Tenn
(i ti Gilleapia, MUi
L H Uartrell, Miaa
I B YneyiTeen .
A B Paddock. Ark' '
W 1 albert, Tenn .
W Friedman, Tenn
A Becker, lena .
W ti Vauahru Tena
i y Hawkina, Mat
(! K F iber. Ind
U a Uove, ill
JT Kobiuaon.HY .
II llJ tm, Va : '
it Hare, MMS j ,
Hark. rt H Jr. -Knott.
W HOhaae. Ga"" '
W M Mnithey, Can
W Alexander, la
ti W Boott.Tenn
M Oraleo. Miaa
9aa I. Frailer, Ky
It B Daecher.Teua
KO Horner, Ark'
TO Brookmm, Mo
W 8 Ua riaon, Tenn
C Maj huff, Tern
W S Miioia, Tana
T u Hoinei Tenn
! K Koaart, Mo.
E B Una, Miaa : -J
T B Wilaon, Ind
P ovinoo Aw, Ohio
VH dben . Aw. Tana
Q A Wo'daon. Ky
H Hrown, Kai':-:.,
I, G P rtar, Kat
J U Howard, Ka I.
II Dor ia Aw, rarv
D Purrhara. Kaa
M D Howall, Mo
W J Iters, r
'Ja..' . J
.'ia.- ajasiea's aioaea. ,
EnrapSan plan. Inlartea and yefnralihad.
.. W ioa of rooma.
A T Tl- .t Ul.ai ' 1
Mlrt M NeVbat, Mill
ai IllaWWe OllH ,
Wk 117. Ia atLl
XI n uiii vttiv 4 -
T Clark. Tana, n
Mra Botlok, Jenn
l W Smith. Tenn
W J Neville. Tea
M Gavin, Tana
R Moon, lean
B a DaTia. lean
Mra h Pool, Teas
P A IThher, lann
1 J Bortiok. Tenn
Mra Ca' dre, Tens
Gen A M Wait. Miaa
J T Mnaick. Ill
H D Garlinrton. 8 0
WE Smith, Ark
T P Chambers. Ark ,
J L Gnodloe, Tenn
Mi a K donee. Tens
H H Wri.ht. Mlra
li A Pteele, mi
R D Ru berlerd, MiiiVri Rntbrr'ord, Miaa
K K MoCroy, Miaa M Jov. .Tenn
T) f t, I. ' -T
r, a no'iina, miaa
B W blrtor, Tenn
H S Perdue, Miaa
J R Green, Tenn
11 0 Bradford Tenn
W 0 Moaeley Aw, Miaa
0 0 White, Ark . ..
T Ehullirari Miaa'
B B lMlllkan, MIm
Mra J LB ahop, AU
B Cheatnam. Tenn
JW Hpiller, Ml'i
Ul., t)..;..Tna DBii. K
T k Powa I. La JW LitJe.Ky
A TiWane. Miaa Hiirria k, Ark
J W twrman, MiM K B rl'irerald. Miaa
B W Towuaand, Mill Mia K F Laud, Miaa
Tha Hew Oayoan.
FARBINUXON, STEWART WHIM,
CHiS. G. Both ..Manaaar.
Rates tl &U to 14 per , ay, according to laoa-
tiin of ruoma
JBPane MlM G 0 Waddell, M ai
MratlWad.lrll.Mifi Mra CMohiuaf, Miaa
A H rharo. Mill W M Guion, Cal
I A Mi.rrow, Tenn G L Giulay. Tenn
I N Baldwin, Tana
L V Butler, Mlas
1 11 Reed.Ohl).
8 D Uy, Ailas
A C Coltmin.Tenn
J 11,101.8, Tenn
L B l.ahe, Tnn
N Dlll ks. Ga
G T Krreoian, Mill
J M Good. Va
8 II Brooke, Tenn
W Cain, Tenn
f J Suaip'er, N I
K B Coi, Ttnn
R M B ickly, Mm
DC vurpby, Ark
JL Reyuolds III
B Carmen. t;nio
K A il ok, Ind
NOW ita, Mo
F K Oreitory, La
M f Tucker, On
K wtover. Mo
G Winaton, Miaa
R K Curtiaa. Ohio
RT Cole, Ind "
i Lawie, Miaa
U M McDonald. Mo
B A Gilbert, Ark
M Be'ereun, N X
J K Blake. M'li
Mr. A J Davie, Mils
A J Uaria, Mias
M T eaylia. Ark
K L Topp, Tana
n o omuo, itio
C J Mab n, I
J Wail, Mi i
J II Almon, Tenn
J li Cole, Mi a
W 4 lie mis Mo
.1 II Gnodbnr, T'lD
D tl Prpi er, Wias
J E llamiier, Tenn
P K Nio ioi, Md
J B frnaby, N Y
K A Peareon, Ind
CiN Drke. T.nn
K U Nalaoo, Miaa
P L Kinatry, III
r. w ttprnoer, Uhlo
J K Anama. Ind
S K Hoae. Mo
nGray. Ma .
A R Wilaon., La
R H Mitchell, Tenn
C H F ota, Mo
E B Chaplin, M il
CH W ntbm, Ind
B E Gray, Mica
R liaa lnga, Miis
J E .(lorria. Mo '
M K Owens, Ark
R L Cochran, Ark
M Cam pbell. Tens
W G lUaar. Mo
Mi a V Davie. Miaa
i B Leatar, Ark
1 U W.bb, Kr.
I O'Neal, Miaa;
DaBj's laropeaaj Ilatel.
Corner of Adami and Main streets. Konma,
(Wo, 7oeand I' Per Oar: American Plan.
tl nor day. Fir-t elaaa Raetanrant In tha
UoteJ J.M. DUFFY (10 yearawtth Paa
bodv HoUl), Proprietor.
J J Moon.y. Ala J D nitt. Tenn
I) Owens Aw, Tenn R 8 Morran, Tenn
W PoWar, MiM C K Mor.an, Oi l;
P B Seilnn Aw, Tana L R hatchum, Utah
A K Fieeea. Tana . H Thn.paon, Ark
0 Martina, Tenn A O Gpry, Tenn
W B S.eroe, Mm T 0 Conner, Tenn
n a atmmora, Ara n n rwTeni, ih
J H.IWeta. Me
li rnoit, wi
1 M Andenon, Miaa
A B r-oward, Tenn
W D deary. Tenn
B M Feward.Tana
A M fhlllipa.Mo
W KCoa. Pa, ,
C C Owens, Ohio
W M Hoborti, Ark
C G Venabla. Tei
O M Unaaara, M X
K T Allen. Ind
Z G Waller. .Ark
C M Land, Ark
DC York, Ark
D L Conner, Mo
Vr L Flchna'l, Tenn
H M Garvey, N I
J M Fuller, Mo
JB Gardner, Ark
A L altar, Teaa
0 M fallen, lad.
R M Tatmnl.Ga
W II BerWJto
L Boraley. DA
vr n jobbm
0 M Rice. T
M M Anal,
W R Jnbaaaa, Are:
I Friday llaaM,
(Formerly rommeretal Hotel.)
Oor. Front nod J.r-oa His j MemphU.Tenn
J. fl. Peinov. Prop'e, ff Rlfbmond, Va.
Transient ratee, II 30 to ti par day.
T JBhllan.Jr, Teas J Btaek. afo
2 0 Faulkner, Ar
O Lumpkin, lann
A ii emoerncn, nil
ki Anderaf o, Tens
4 B Hudgar, lena
8 To-ft.r. Tenn
J G Gaoler. Mlas
J Mi eckaon, Ark
E H r)un,.ian. Mo
K C Woedaon, Tens
C A I'ouilaaa, Miaa
A 1 Vln-tn'.. Ind
C II w rl.bt. Ark
W II Foaiar, Tens
Mr Tho una, lann
O O Andrraon, Tana
O A rlno t, lern
W H hancook. Vliaa
B F M pales, Tann
.1 G Ranhmaa, Mo
K llaly, Mo
H V Glenn, Ark
T J Vo re. A'a
SI Vincent, Ind
h A l.ti e.Te'n
E O R itland, Teaa
D M lienor, Miaa
1. li I... Ala Jill
j II l aihiaa, MuS
w R Harr ar. Tana A l Dean, Ara
A I ' " , bi.
4 at Miokla, Miaa
F Uehaad, ArS
A BOX of KO-K J 1UJ.U
For Wale F. very wliere tn
O Jones, Ark
0 M Carroll Tenn
J N Moore, Tenn
R Johnion, Tenn
II O Jordan, Misa
H Gibnn, Tenn
Cam Harper, 'lann
Kd R Hews, Mo
J H Ck, Ark
J E Kimpson, Ark
Joa Daur'ierty, A'k
John Anderaon, Neb
O as Parker, Ark
ei Lendvit. Tenn
JJ Wilaon, Tenn
C Wallace, Ark
C W Wllray, Mias
O B Coi, Misa
D B Nue-ent, Miss
Chaa Crnia. Ark
8 H Lcokwood. Ark
J MJUsht. Ark
K M Hashes, Ark.
PE0BATE COURT SALE
No. 239, R.D. In the Probate Coartof?he'by
County, lenneiiee J. A. Anderson, sd
minl trator, etc, vs. R. B. Atiller, guar
dian, eto . at al.
BY virtue of a decree for resala in this
cause, I will sell at pnblio anot'on, to
tha high at bidder, in front of the Couit
soa-a aoor, on Mam street, Memphis, Ten
Satarday, December IS, 1S86,
within legal honrs, tha following desoribed
real estate, to-wit:
Lying and bring in the city of Memphis,
county of t-heiby, a'd State of Tennersae,
to-wit: Known as No. 141, being the weal
balf thereof, fronting i5 feet on Market
street and running b ick 74 feet 3 inches.
, Terms of bele One third oaahi balanoa
?a) able In etiual installmnt in six and
welve months; pnrchaxer to execute notes
with good aod sufficient socuhties for de
ferred payments, and a lien retained until
the W' ole ot tha pnrohaae money is p. id.
xnis rtoramoer a. inm
P.J QUIOLEY, Clerk.
Br Thos. B. Crenshaw, 1 O.
Importer and Dealer la
On as, rtabJna; Tackle mad 8 porta.
ansa's Sappllea. aar Bpaolal attention
given to MANtJFACTURXNG and Kl
4ia Matin Nt Memphis). Tenn
GasWorks for Sale
1 T'NLBSS aooner diaposed of at private
U sola, I will offer at tae Courthouse door,
in Holly Kprlnica, Illaalsaippl,
On December 1, 1886,
at public outcry, to tha biahast bidder, for
eah. tba entire plant of the HOLLY
bPdlNGS GAS W0RKH. oonsistins of 6va
aoras of ground, about die o ilea ol main
pipe and connections, briek buildings, holds
tank, t iola, portable engine, eto.
A valuabia property, which tha owner lells
only beoame en paired In other bniinas.
AL'uiovia vnAti, Agent.
Holly Springs, Miss , November 17. lwiH.
Deviled Crabs, Hhrlmp,
Bstlmoa, Freab Tan Haekerel,
Brook Tront, Oysters,
Mackerel In Tomato Catanp,
Sweat Starred Pickle,
Soar Pleklesby tbe cal. and la Jars,
Pickled Onion. Hot Bellab,
Wooater Sanee, Tomato Oatanp,
Caper, Hnntard, Carry Powder,
Salad Dreaataa-, Olives, Olive OH,
Cream Cer aae, Celery Snaco,
Celery S ' tte., Eie.
J. F. BTJCKHAM & CO.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON
i ui porters aa, uealers In flaas.Amnio.
ii iff u ana ciauiua . ,o, ...tt.
lardware, l.leclrle Hell wad An-
neiitiurw or UQMlia enu nfliiu,Dimi,iu
ppllei alwavs 01 hand. Sapairlaa: naatl;
Tha Christian Brothers have tha pleasure
of annonnelng tha completion of EXTEN
SIVE ADDITIONS to their College, which
they have provided with all saleot modern
Improvements and conveniences, and they
are bow enabled to aocommodate an In
creased number of Boarders, Half Boarders
and Day Students.
For Information concerning Terms, Board ,
Tuition, etc. see Catalogue, or apply by mail
" l V"n BROTHER MAURELIAN,
Kon-Resldeat If otlce.
Ho. 6OT1-In tha Cn an eery. Court of Shelby
oonnty. Term .-Stat f Tennessee, .for
me. eto., vs. W. M. hneedetal.
It appearing frcam bill whtoh is ewors to la
this oauaa that , tha dafendenU, Gray 'Boob,
Mrs. Hmlih and husband, 8. R Smith
are resident! ot the Stata ol Teaas and non
residents of the State of Tennessee I !
It is therefore ordered. That they make
their appearance herein, at th eosrtous
of Btaelby eounty, in Memphta, Tann.a
or b.lor the flnt Monday In Deoembar.
IRfaS, and plead,, aniwer or demur to eora
plainant'a bill,.and amended bil s. or tna
same will be taken for eonfoaeed as to them
and eel for hearing ai parte t and tbat s aopv
ot this order ba published pne a week, lor
lour succeaalve weeki. in the Memphis Ap
peal. This 18th day ot October, I080.
A 8 '.lIotToWELT.. Clerk' Snd Mart,,.
ByT. D. Caldwell, Deputy 0. and M.
if. H. and 0. VY. Heiskell. bol.oitors for
SRTTH'S SHaiKCIV. aw"
aa At PI-.W U WaakkinsrTAII. Ua
SVaaVV aV, 0O D1KB ' . . " '
Va ST IUT lUraaj Jir W'"aa, . - . -,
oatlon. No terms nor vacations. Hodents
an ur at an y ti me. Terms I LI i aoholars tvn,
taa Twelve weeks' Course, Board, eto., lift,
band tor olraalar. . . .
CHEWING GUM is an
the Frilled Staia Be Snre
1 NO. 7 MADISON STREET.
PAID UP CAPITAL, : t I t t t t $100,000
Xntex-esB't X"sicrl oil XSepoalta.
OPBX ATCBDATS Hal Hi. 7 O'CArOSJK P.M.
M. H. KATZEJiBERtSEB, PresTdenU T. KATZENBEE6EK, Cashier.
BOARD OF OIBECTOBS.
W. H. CARROLL.
JOHN A. DENIE,
J. W. HOHOmR.
COTTON FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Wo. Ktf Front Rtrt Cor. Fnlon. lrfintri, Tsnn.
OF MEMPHIS A SAFE DEPOSIT, TBUST CO. AND
No. 42 MAD1KOS STKEET, MEMPU1S, TJiX.
R. DCDLET FB4TSFB, Praeldent. W. aj. WII.KFRHOrT Tlna-Prealdcnt.
K. J. BUACK, SJrtablrr. WM. B tiKIFtlMU, Teller.
BOABD OF DIHECIOKS.
W. D. BETHEL. J. R. OOTIWIN. ' 8. P. BEAD. W. N. WTLKER80N
THOS.H AI.LKN, JNO OVERTON, J., W. F. TAYLOR. R. B. 6N0WDBS,
a. I. MoDOWKLL. R. DUDLEK FRAI6ER, Wm. A. WILLIAMSON. R.J. BLACK.
HA VINOS E8PECIALLT BOLICITEO.
THIS INSTITUTION IS AUTHORIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF TENNESSEE I
To do a General Bankins Business, Disoonnt Parer, eto. To Buv and Sell Stocks, Bonds and
Local Securities. To Receive Deposits and pay INTEREST thereon. To Invest in Securities
for Estates, Minors, Trustees, and others. To not aa Trustee, Administrator, Ezaautor or
Guardian, same as an Individual. To not as Receiver for Corporations, bit if ants, and la
all eases of Trust. To Buy and Sell Kichange. Also, have a Sale Depnsit Vault, whareia
Valuables of all kinds ean be safely kept. A Depository of the Stat of Tennessee.
vr8 postal Attention Paid to Chi lections. Patronage Reapeottuily Bolioltcd.-VJa
JOHN W. COCHRAN,
UAZAKUB JjfiV I,
AiinnUQ alii V A a
i vTi vi ur t unrniifii
k iy rv o vv naiinnnii
AMES 8. ROBINSON,
sas Deposits raoelvod la asms ol fl and upward, and Interest allowed on same Bear1'
ST We buy and aeU local Investment Bonds and Securities tenerajly, pay taxes, set as
trustees, and, in seneral, eiecute any ftnanoial business requiring a tale and responslbis
ar We issue drafts, Is sums to salt pnrohasert, on all parts of Europe.
SWWehaveaoommodions Vanltfor the deposit ol valuables, whioh Is at th service st
our ouatomeri, Free of Gttarsra.
Da Fa HAUDO, Fresldent. E WD. GOLDSMITH YlcfPre8l4esit
JAMFS WtTHAN. rsoklpr.
J. C. NEELY.
8. H. BE0OK8.
BROOKS, IIEELY & CO.
GROCERS, CO TTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants''
No. 3G7 FroiiltStreet, : MemplilH, Tenn.
. T.B. BlMj,Prea'l,EO. ABNOLU,
CITIZENS INSURANCE CO,
DOES A GENERAL FIRE & MARINE BUSINESS.
19 Country Stores, Dwelling and Qinhoa&ea a Specialty.
t&" Lemea Adntel Promptly, and Paid at Memphis.
w. .wilkerson, geo. arnold, j. w. richardson. t. f. dofis
W. p. TtTmAVANT. T. B. RIMS, JOHN ARWTSTEAT).
To Planters, Merchants & Ginners
The seaion is approaching when Cotton becomes Dusty, Damp and Heavy. By the use of
The COMPLETE COTTOW CLEANER
Your sample la Improved and Value of Cotton Increased. Maahtnea for sale by
THE LIVltMORE FOUNDRY to MACHINE CO.
10 lo 171 Adamw Sireet, ltt em hi. Tfnn,
To Dlasol V CopartsiaraaJp.
aar Our entire stock has to be sold by Jan
nary 1, 18S7, to Dissolve Copartnership
our company rettrlns, ,
StsrW oBer our immeaas (took Befard.
lea or Oaat. ,
Good Felt HaU.. - R0
Fin Fait Hal. New Shape-, worth 11.35, 7N
Genuine Beaver Hats 7fo
Job Lot el Hats, worth from H to H.- V
Beautiful Koie, all Colors J for Vk
Ostrloh Pompons..... 10
Children's Trimmed HaU, worth 42, for (1 00
Bora's Cloth, Velvet and Plush Caps, :
worth It ...... ... ROo
Ladles' Trimmed Hats, worth H -- C 00
Loos flumes from Wo bp
Ostrieh Tips, 3 tn Bonoh,from...... fc) op
Birds, Wines. Faner Feathers, Feather
Bant etc., at Kldlrnloaaaljr Lee Ptloe
aaf Don't Loan Tonr Chance, ffemember
uaairoa this day to January 1, 1887.
Bar Bridal aad SfaoralDC Ooiata
oarThs Inast auortment oi DOLLS In the
aarlla l Rethapad, Feathers Cleaned, Dyed
srolden Hair Wash by Ik Small or Lars
... . awamar lanaaTariinni
Elegant HOLIDAY GIFT
and By lire Wennlne Arflele,
T. P. TOBIN.
J. H. BI8COB.
IXTBSESr PAID OS DEPOSITS
J. 9. HANDWKKKIB
DAVID P. BADDKN,
JAMES A. 0MBER4.
HARD WW PERES.
H. M. NEELY
V. Pks'I, W. II. UtSSS-DAT, SeF.
Proclamation bj the Governor.
The State of Tennessee Wm. B. Bate, Oov
rnor To all who shall see these Presents.
WBEKRAS, It has been made known bs
me that some unknown party or par
ties starred with bavins; committed a fool
and atrooions murder on the body of Joha
Oraham, on the 30th day oi October. 18SS, la
onr oonnty ol Shelby, fled from laatice and
bow runnlns at largei
Now, therefore, I, Wm. R. Bate. Governor
as aforesaid, by virtue of the power and au
thority in me vested, de hereby oner a re
ward oi two hundred and Blty dollars, to
any person er peraeas wail may apprehend
the said unknown party or parties, and de
liver him or them to the BherifJ or Jailer ot
oar eounty of Shelby, tn erd r that justice
in that behalf may be bad and eiecuted.
th s reward Is made parable, one half on
delivery ta the Sharif aod one half en eoa-
In testimony wbe-eof, t bar herennle set
my hand, aad eaued the Great beal ol the
StaU to be affiled at Nashville, on ibe lllh
day ef November, 1881.
, wm. b. bate.
By tbe Governor!
Johh ALLiaoir, Secretary ef State.
DR. FRANK W.VANCE
Pnysician and rsychologist.
D R.VANCE has pwfooted himself In pay- ,
ohjloar, and is prepared to treat dis
eases ol nervous origin bi entirely new
methods. His therapeuiies ia addressed prin
eipally to the higher brai eentera of spirit
ual aetivlty, whoae Influence on lower fnne
tions, nervous and bodily, is paramount. A
maaUrol the laws governing paroho-pbyat-eal
phenomena, he ia eonBd.nt thatreiults
will meet hia n.oat sanguine eipaotatlons.
Oinee-a73 1-4 Altuu fertr3)a.