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BlUftirmS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 188.
URATE AXI RESOLUTE
Is Qnlte Sore That Rome Will Sot
Mlence Dr. Mci.lrnn, Bccunse lie
It the Toor .Man's Friend.
IkW YoiiK, December 15 The Sun
tha muming aavs: An bbtah-ip Elder,
of Cincinnati, wiil tait lor flaltin-ore
thij niorninK. He noes in response t
a tleKraa from Cardinal Gibbons.
II will be aSi-nt for four or five drya.
Tdb Archbishop declined to ptuteyee
tirrlay the object lor which he in
called away, bat admitted that it .'
f. r a"cnu!Brence on ctinrcU matters,"
IiniKedibtely after the rociinr of the
telegram from Cardinal Gihbona
Biahoo Maea, ol Covington, wia sum
moned to thearcblepiscopul residence
in Cincinnati aud w in com. rence
with Arnlibiabop E'der during the
entire afternoon and evening, the
Archbishop in the maritime refutiing
to see any cailers. The greatest im
portance attaches to a conference of
anch d itnitariea of the lioman Cath
olic Chart h a Archbishop Elder and
Cardinal Uihbona at this time, when,
according to alt indications, Rome la
bout to apeak on the labor question,
and when there are so many rumors
afloat that tho church ia abont to diacv
mine the Rev. Dr. Edward McOlynn
of thia citv. for active participation in
the George movement. The roBiilt of
the cnnferencu of the distinguiuhtd
orelatoa will he awaited with the
Ialrirw With Mluhar.1 Davllt
New York, December 15. The
Irith JloWdthtH m rning prints an in
terview wilh Michael Davitt on the
call to Rome of Kev. Dr. McGlynn, iu
which he save amons other things:
"Dr. McG'.ynn onght, both as a priest
ai d as a social reformer, to pioceed to
Rome iu obedii nee to Cardinal Him
eoni'i annimoiis, and prove that as a
minister of the church he h taught
no heresy either in religion or in mor
la contrary to the doctrine of our
la th, and Unit his views npon social
nrobli'in are not only c-insoiiant with
the dictates of juntic and truth, but
are more culculatfd to win millions of
the toiling maea into harmony with
re igion than to antagonize any appre-
rhib'.o number of right thinking men.
Rome may appear at It rat to be preiu
dictd in her views, but as she ia slow
to prouonnce upon issues submitted
to Lor, the chances always are that
herdetlNion wi l be a lust one. Car
diual Bimeoni's opinions ar not to be
taken as the verdict of Koine bv
any means. The good Cardi-
Hal is probably suffering vet from
the bud attack of Land League night
mure which oppressed him a nno three
jenra ago, when he ran a tilt against
our movement in Ireland and was
a-v kened with a rude shock, which
w 1 cans ) him to hesitate before in
tenoring again in Irish national poll
tics. When I was in Rome last year
I learned that Dr. McGlynn had been
reprimanded by Cardinal Blineonl as
far back aa 1882. for hla outspoken ut
terances in this city in defense of the
Land League. I am confident that if
Dr. McGlynn goes to the Eternal City
on tbia mlFslon be will achieve a vic
tory aa complete as that which the
Archbidhops of Oashol and Duhlln
have already secured there againBt
English intrigue and miflrepreseuta
' Upon the question of Archbishop
Oorrigan'a suspension of Dr. Mc
Glynn, Mr. Davitt would not express
an opinion, but continued: "Rome
cau no more be guilty of the Injustice
or stupidity of condemning tne advo
cates of the doctrines that there can
not In justice or in reason be private
property in land, the sense in which
Air. George opposes it, than she could
now venture to support the doctrine
o( private property iu human beings.
The Propaganda may incline more to
the doctrine of private property in
land than to the Georgian theory, but
even such pronouncement will have
no binding force upon any single
Cathoilo throughout the world. It
Will be no ex-cathedra pronuncin
hinto coming fniu the Supreme
Pom if upon au article of faith, but a
declaration embodying the viewn ami
opintoi's of nminout eocltwiaatlt'S, who
am juet h8 lirtblo to rr upou a politi
oal or economic problem as a'.her fal
lible mortals R)iue ia nn.rn favora
bin to inonachy than to republh au
ism, jui-t as she possibly may declare
httmill morn ou the side of land
lordism in land than on that of
State or national proprietorship J but
she wl-ely ri'fu"ea to make it an article
cf faith to repek repuhliraoiain iu the
intercut. n( monarchy, mid I am satis
fied tt at thli is what ahe will do with
roff rence to the rival theories on the
lmul qnelnn. They will find out iu
KjDih that Dr. McGlynn has been do
ing flf y times more work for Christi
anity txjhis lnb;r speochea herein
New York than he ha ai-cmplinhed
even for the cause of industry. I'
Fana and Italy had had fearless
pritBt of the people as Ireland baa
tod true lovers of the po.u and
courairi oiis champions of the op
p-ceed 'ike Dr. McGlvnn, inntead of
M.inil adherents of KlniM ana too
f.iithlnl delmidera of ariatcctacy the
Catholic Church would not be in th
ead poNhion ahe now occuoie.i ou the
continent of Europe. No kindred
niiMti.ko will he committed, I am sure,
oa the continent of America,"
Did not officiate at any of the torv'cee
at 8 . Mtenhen a Church on hunday
lust, i.u i thia gave color of truth to the
R'stenmnt of t is suspension. The
New Yotk Trtounc says of theattmd-
Rnce m every service Nunday: There
wre i"iuy pieaent u t members of
Uie t-ii! rch, and among them and the
pariahitinms tho aubloct f Dr. Mc-
UIviip'k call to Homo was freely dis
mayed bt-fore and after entering the
church doors. Knots of men and
sjiuh winneu dotted the sidewalks and
exotPSMnl their views to one another.
The reguW attendants of the church
daclamd that the whole proceedings
were almost rldiruli na. "It will er.d
in rotli og," ta:d onr, "and if Father
McGlynn thinks it nerewary ti go to
Romo be will do bo. If he doesn't he
won't. I don't know what we woulo"
do i Ucut him. He has never (ailed
in Ms church duties, Bnd never
spoke ubout George or any flec
tion invert iu the pu'p t, nor
has he ever attempted to it U ence
his fl ( k iu noliticitl matter. I he
lieve tl at the interference, if you want
to cr.l it cnch, 1 such mm as l.e la In
city or t a'ional polit'c ia a good
thing. It elevates wha1 ia now ni t so
vnrv high. If it comes tia roans,
Fat.Ver McGlynn will have iiany
back. t-.t amcng ua. The same tenti
tr.ei.t i-atiKidly prevails among fie
corg-fk "linn. Maoy metn'e sof H e
chur h d. cutie to talk aoout th" i.ttt
ncent urn ino theinsidves, 'tor, they
any, 'ihe whole matter will soon di
out and the lees said publ cly ab u it
the aoorier the excitement will tun
aide." Dr. McGlynn refus'd to
ve.t.rlay whethtr he would ko to
Bona or not . He was not at bom
last evening. The men who wera
Eromiaent in the George campaign
ave met o more than one occasion
since the action of Archbishop Cnrri
gtn became definite and known. Each
time they have diecursed at length
the 00110 pursued by the Arch
bl hop. Henry George and James P.
Archibald bave communicated wnn
Dr. MiG'ytn on the mat er. Those
among the George leaders who are
Roman Catholics do not hesitate to
ex anas their feelinga aa to the wisdom
of trying to censure tue priestly sup
porter of the writer of Progrm and
Povtrty. Mr. Archibald, wi.o is a
Roman Catholic, was provoked vhrn
he heard of the Papal action ; si was
John McMackln, Mr. Georgia cam
paign maueg'-r, ana a loyal tiatuonc.
Mr. Archibald said yetterday : "Many
priest in Ireland have gone further
than Father McGlynn ai to the justice
cf free land, in condemning the op
pression of the poor by the rich, the
condition of the masars and the rela
tions of the church to them. Moth
irg haa been done by Rome to them,
and I don't believe anything can be
done to Father McGlynn. An illus
tration of thia is the case of the Rev.
Father Cantwell, of Thurloa
Cathedral, Tipperary. He presided
at a meeting of the land League,
whert the 'Ho Kent' mani
fento was first read. He is a strong
advocate of thia measure and the
Lind Lague doctrines don't differ
much from Georgia theories j so he
really may be looked upon as a George
man. Well, bis behefsbecame known
abroad, and there were run ois that
he was to go to Rome, a) they say
Father McGlynn is to go. Buthawas
willing to face the Pope, for he knew
that he had supported no d . Ctrl ne not
bused on justice: so can we foul about
Dr. MoGlyr n. Nothing happened U
Father Cantwell, and lam confident
nothing will to Father McGlynn. To
prove how our people act in such mat
ters, let me relate the experience
which Arcbbixhop McCahe had aa the
reeult of a pastoral letter denouncing
Land League claims. In 1881 tha
Young Men's Cathoilo Commercial
Club of Dublin beard that the Arch
bishop's pastoral would condemn tome
of the free land beliefs. A copy of the
letter waaaf cured in advance, and we
knew exactly how its points were
brought out About 150 mem
bers of the club attended high
maaa and sat near each other. When
the prieit, in reading the Arch
bishop's letter, reached that point de
nouncing the Land League theory as
communism and raid, 'If this is not
communism, then communism is yet
to be defined,' we all rose, made our
obeisances to the altir and ieft the
sanctuary. It wetted a commotion
that lasted many days, but no official
notice was taken of it. That wai the
way one pastoral was treated." Mr.
Archibald did not ray that an Ameri
can bodv of Catholics would do the
same thing, bat he declared his belief
that the opinion among Catholics was
widespread that the action againBt
Father McGlynn was not the wisest
policy and that it could not help fos
tering a feeling of displeasure.
The Rev. Edward McGlynn, D D.,
was bora in New York in the year
1837. He received the rudimentsof his
rcholarahf p at a public grammar school
in his native city. At the age of 14 he
was sent by Archhi-hnp Hughes to
the College of the Propaganda, Home,
where he remained eeveral years. In
the last year of his studlts he was
transferred to assist in the establish'
meat ' of the American College in
Rome, of which institution he -vaa for
a time acting vice president. Ha was
ordained at the early age of twenty
one and a ha'f yearn, and received at
the rame time his degree of doctor of
divinity. Suma moiuus later he sailed
for his nativo country. After holding
two appointments he wai assigned to
tha military chaplainshlp of the
Central Park Hospital, New York
City, " which he held during
threa yeara ot tun war. un ttie
death of the Key. Dr. Cummings he
became the parixh priest of Ht. Htoph
en's, one of the latgaxt places of
worship in New York City. When
the local audio Ities of the church in
stituted a eyetntu f parochial cnhoola
Father McGlynn remained alone
among Oitholio prin's in his adhe
sion to the public school system, and
ho did hut alvlse the people ot bis
narlHh to withdraw their children
from the publio schools t put them
in parochial school, in wis also n
friend of the Land League when it
lacked fr leude. Later hu was one ol
the first men ot note to join the labor
patty beaded by Henry ueorge. vr.
McGlynn has alro indorsed Henry
G forge's theory of taxation. A fear-
ens. ou'RPOken man. he hai aronteu
public expect -tncy, and it ia hoped he
will pot tie a disappointment
The HaUonal Opera Onmpaay Rnlld.
. Chioauo, III.. December 15. At a
late hour laat night Charles E. Locke,
general manager ot the inauona
f, made tne lotiowtng
... a. .
statemeut: "There is no financial
trouble with the National Opera Com
pany: there ia no consolidation with
any other company contemplated;
there is no intention, necessity or
prospect of dlaorganls ition ; there is
no trouble between leading members,
or between them and Mr. Tnomaa;
thera is no truth iu the atones alli c;
log the credit of the company in any
way, and authors of such fictions in
the fu'nro, and periodicals puhliidilng
them, will be prosecuted for l.bjl "
W llaonl Adquale Caoae,
Or with apiareatl no oauia at all, chilli and
fever, thought to b oured, gartulnatea and
refraotilea in thaaratem. Tbia giant arneng
diaeaaea cannot ba laid out with quinine.
Th onlrway to give it a final and eitin
gulahing gut-tua, it to uie prilatntlr th
national antidote to miaaina olaon, Uolet
lar'a -toiuarh D tlen, whli h rooU It out com
liletelr. Thejimcoaa of our la, of oourie,
much aater If th Uittera ia uned aa a pre
ventive, when lb Brat chill ia llt. but ier
aona who are not acquainted wilh the nature
of th aymptome are aoinetima in error aa
to their oauee, and nf gleet the aimple and
lileaeant remadi of all othera beat auiled to
cheok Ui proareaa ol tma draadea ana ae
atrvctiv maladv. Vliliori to, er eolournera
in aialarioua lonalitiaa, will, moreover, aot
th .artof wisdom ii iher at th llittert aa
a praparatlv. Hhaumaiitm, aoBttipatioa,
biiioanat, ledUeitlon aud kldner trouble!
are removed by th lllueri.
Tba aaafrth-l aahla Flaht a Draw
Nw YoRat, December 18. Tommy
Danforth and Mike Gushing, the
amateur champion of light weights,
fought for 42 uiinutes at an early hour
this morning at an uptown sporting
houBe. It waa a scratch match, 'tis
true, but it waa one of the best that
haa takt-n place in thia vicinity for a
longtime. It was a s'rong teet of
Mike Cushlng, and he came out of the
etmggle wi'b a ve'eran of Danforlb'a
calibre creditably. i. they entered
the ring Danforth weighed Hi and
Di shing 130 pi-uuda. Eight rounda
were fotigot. The fight was finally
declared a draw.
She Wha Would It
The Queen of Keaaty must lonk to her
teeth, for a pie'iy mouth ia indis
pareable to female loveline'8 Bmah
your tith t-arefnily with 8OZ0LHJNT
and yon wid b'i cl'a'md wittt the re
enlt for it Is wi'! o- ', tqaaVrs a dentl
bice. V.a.. i- J H' WUi, ;,i auer-aw-
THE AMERICAS COLOH
15 CREASED BT TIIK FBESE5CE
OF CONGRESSMAN BEIO
Ia Canada A Blind Defaalter Finds
Ills Way to the Dominion
Raleigh N. C, Drcember 15.--The
air is lull of talk concerning the crim
inal conduct of Con raeaman Ja. W.
Keid of Greensboro District. Before
the e'ection Mr. Reid wai publicly
charged wl'h obtaining money from
the Wachorla Bink, in Winston, by
using an c rder of Rockingham county,
of which he was Treasure', when, in
fact, the order waa issued for the pur
pose ol paying a county debt. It is
now sect-rUined that Mr. Reid haa
ra sed :I0,000 on property not worth
over $8000 and that he has pledged
his salary aa Congressman until the
4th of March to more than one person,
and raised money in this way. Hu
ob ained tan daya' leave of absence,
arid is now reported to bave gone to
Canada. He ia not iu Washington
and has cot been for several days.
General regret is expressed. He comes
of a good family. His father, the Rev.
N mil a. ueid. was tne auiest oietn-
odiat divine in the State, and the son
inherited the abilities of the father.
The llok t.xlriwlilloii Caae.
Montbbal. December 15. Judge
Dngaa delivered judgment in the Hoke
extradition caee today. The Judge
said the accused was charged with
forging and uttering several drafts and
hills of exchange by means of fillingin
the body of blank checks to which the
i rooer signatn es were attached, ana
in this way and otherwise dt fraudirg
the bank to the ex'ent of 117U,8'J;(.
The Judge quoted a large number of
autboritifS, and he'd that the filling up
o' such blanks without eu hori'y and
with intent to defraud was forgery.
and it came within the meaning of
the extradition treaty. Judge Dutias
said he had carefully reviewed and
weighed all the evidence, and then
committed Hoke to j ail for fifteen days
to await extradition to the united
Htates. stating that in the meantime
Hoke could apply for a writ of habeas
corpus, which defendant' counsel at
once gave nonce n would do.
A Han Hobba of 70n and Bru
St. Louis, Mo.. December 15. A
special from Olney, III., says: A bru
tal murder was brought to light this
morning by the discovery of the re
mains of Mr. U.'orge lowers. Mr
Bowers lived three mi es northeaet of
Newton, Jasper county, and had just
returned from Indiana, where he sold
a farm for $2400. On Monday after
noon at 3 o clock be reached this city,
and soon departed lor JNewton. At
living there he waa compelled to make
the iournev of three mi es on foot,
After crossing the railroad bridge it ia
thought be was waylaid, killed and
robbed of 2700, and his body thrown
under a passing freight train, which
manuled it almost beyond recognition.
Bhould the murderers be discovered
they will donbtlers be lynched.
yea Blind Swindlers to Can
Nw Yobk, December 16. William
Btorer. who has been engaged in the
commission dry goods out-iness on
Church street for many year?, has
suddenly departed, leaving creditor.!
mourning to the extent ot 9JU,0UO.
Mr. 8 lore r ia over 70 years of age and
blind, but it is thought that he baa
reached Canada all right.
A Frohlblilonlit Whipped by
Montgomery, Ala., December 15.
A special from Grurnvlile savs the lo
cal election for prohibition in Green
ville Monday resulted in a victory for
liquor, r r a week or more Airsnrs
Oheeves and Be.itichnmp, temperance
lecturers from Kentucky, were en
gaged in the campaign. Yesterday
morning as Ciieeves alighted from
hack at the depot to take the north
bound train J. T. Perry, Mayor of the
city, assaulted him, bea'lng him vio
lently over the head. Cheisves wai
finally rescued, and ia now in thi
rire of physicians. Uia ekull has two
holes in it, and there are other bruiaes
on his person. Mayor Perry waa on
the liquor side in t'ie contest, and
claims that Cheeves insulted him in
some speeches made last week. The
Mayor has not been arrested.
T1IU MEMPHIS AM) NASHVILLE.
A, Railroad That Will Develop Har
To th Bdltori of th Appeal i
In a letter written by me in regard
to the Memph s and Nashville rail
roau, published in Thursday's Appeal,
I omitted some important facts. The
iron in the counties between the Cum
berland and Tenneeaee rivers is of
such a superior quality that boilers
made out of it have never been known
to bur t. Tbey are new shipning iron
ore from Lawrence county, Tenn,, by
Columbia to Birmingham. At the
junction of the Florence and 1 larks
ville, of the Loulavl le and Nashville,
on the banks of Duck river, there
muBt be ai important manufactuiing
town. This will be in Hickman
Jackaon some twelve years ago
V tsd $200,000 to this road, but never
had occasion to use it. Bolivar has a
road graded for twenty or more miles
which would be a part of this road if
it should go by Bolivar. It is said
that large investments in iron land
have been made by J. G. Neely and
other Memphis capitalists ou the line
of this road. Bon Aqua, Beaver D im
and Primm'e foringa, three valuable
watering placjs, will be on this roid.
The farm products in the counties
through which tbia road will run be
tween Memphis and tha Tenneeaee
river amount to more than ISjOOOOOO
per annum, Wat. J. sykij.
Bladlaaa ftanare Uardea Hold la a
New York, December 15. The
Madtson Square Garden has been sold
to a syndicate ot prominent clt'tine,
beaded ry tne lien. Chauncev M.
Deaew, for the purpose of building
what 18 known as the ratals d Indus
trie. The price paid waa $1,000,000,
The propoaad simctnre will be very
elegant ana moduli a ou the inetitu
tion of the eame name in Pari. It
will be a permanent exhibition of
pictures, statuary and all species of
arthtic furniture. These will, of
course, be for sale. In addition, there
will be handaome dini g rooms and a
first claes rtatautaut. Ail articles for
gun ral me and ornamentation, of the
bat manufacture and highest quality,
will be exhibited and slid. There
will a ai ba a conceit hall and thcat
for first clara entertainment. A
roof garden Me that of the Casino,
only much more extvniive, ia ahto
Mias Caaaia M. Keating, plauiat,
may be lontid at tne Uayoso tiotai.
Child Birth Easy!
Tha time hu eonie whea the tar
rib1 Many ol tbia critical poriod in
womin'a l! can be avoided. A di
tinmhed jibyntoian, who amnt 44
years in thia bran -b of practice, left
to child bearing wou '.n thia lec,
Thb MoTHKt'a Jr:.ND. and to-y
there ere thuuaan'li ol women who,
haviLC ud tbia rexeiy bofor eon
finemtDt, rir aa ami call bia nam
biereed. We can .roe all we claim
b living witn"e,.nd ar yoneinter
eittd nan call, c-r have their hmbandl
do en, and ee tba o iainal letiers,
which we cannot puolith.
All druisitu nell it. For t-arttcnlara ad-
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A particle ia applied into each noatril and
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BEFORE -AND -AFTER
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WHO are anlterlnir from Naavoca PaBrtnr,
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The B-ranili-at illanovan of the Nlnctdrnth Ctinturj.
Bend at once for lllmti.u-J I'aniphlet free. AdOraa
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Electric Belt free
TO Introduce U and i-btain aaenta we will
fr the next aixt, dny r'wt awar, tree ol
obarr. in em-h oouniy ol tne u. n. a iimitea
number of our -riii r: etro Wnlt'Mit
lo u-nrr B-l(. Vrloe $5; a imaitive
and unfillina oure for Nervoue Debility.
Varloocele, Kmitaiona, rmontenoy, etc. a'lOO
Reward 1-aid it evrry Deli we munutacture
Vet not tenerate a einuiiieeleotrio ourrent
Addreta at once aLM-i mu iibiui avj h
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BELO V COST1
aarOur entire atortt haa to be told by Jan
uary 1, 1HH7, to Uiaaolv Copartnrehtp
our oompany retiring.
Formerly 75 eenta and 11.00."
Fancy Feathers and Wings
1SS Hud SO Centa,
mrRrldal and Manralaa: Oatdla.
aarTb flnett aaaortment ot DOLUS Id tne
aarllata Re.haped. Feathert Cleaned, Dyd
and Curlad. , , ,
aav-Uolden Hair Wanh by tha Small or Lara
LARGE BISK DOLLS
Fr6? 85 Vmt Vp.
8ALK on favorable
lantatlon in Bolivar
V V term a Urge plantation In
ooaaty, Ua , recently Improved wun new
nott, plank and wire fnoet. Twentv-fiv
ne- houit, ootton gin, tawaalll and near
L,(I00 feat of lumbar ia -taoka, 60.000 nw
.nM..kAnli all raadv ta e-inatrnct mor
buildlnga. A good st irehous and allnt
atand tor a mercantile tm.lnesi. till p"
tallon it improved with a view to aandivt
Ion. I will tell all or a part, acoording to
.niinii.MiahiHri. Plenty ol labor Ne
gro tenentt Bav applied aad ar daily ap
plying to raalat M. For lull i.arti.a an
ftimlT 10 tuwa ii. n uijr.ii v
tSHKA ft Mr kKTHV,l'roiira,
140, 142, 144 Front, Memphia
y-vNHn.TllR LARU KST D0ILKR 8H0PS
yj in th Houth, and 'h only opmrlt
Poller and Kht-lron Work la IB .
Maaalariarerael Htiay Plata Iran
a dtHMtrlBtlaa). Hpeii
atuntioa ilvea toilaatation work, otJ
lllll IH EARTH
A NATURAL TOKIC
f4 I run Karth.
( BETORE AND AFTER 1
A BOX of KO-HO TULU
For Kale Frerywliere In lie
UNDER th authority vetted In ma aa tha
Chairmnn of th Quartrrly Count?
Court ot tihelhy, and by virtue of aaid ofBoa
Jruatee ot the ell ate ol W. It. uoMon, a-
ceaaed, aa ajipeara nl reord in Book lfo.
age lis. etc., ol tno ltlter tomce oi ooei
y county, Tenn., I ill. at eaidXrnatee, on
jnonCny. Ilorcinher 20, 1HHU,
at 12 o'clock m., on the anuthwest corner ot
Main and Madiaon atreeu, In to oity ol
Memphia, Tenn., rffer for rale, at public
outcry, and tell to the blanett and neat Did
der, the following described real eitate, to
Th proportr knnwn ai " ine iw neni
and Kaimei" Plantationa, containing, bv
ealtuifttion. 2219 11-12 aorea, lying in Fayetl
county, Tenn., about two railet ti. E of, the
town of Hoetville, on the Me- phia ar.d
Charleaton Hai I road, about Si milet a?t ot
Maniphit, Tenn. 'Jb landa ai tituaua
in one body, and ara described el followa'
it: lit All ot teotion fix, in townhp
one, rang three weat ol the basil meriuian
ol tt tiniokaiaw Caaaion, onniainina mC
aerei, and ia known at the Tillman Place.
2d Aleo, th N. B. of teotion 8, tnwnnhip
on, range three weft, oontaining 1H0 aorea.
Alao, on hall of th 8. if. Y of tection 8, in
townthip one. rang 8 watt, the lame i being
deaoribed and bounded aa follow: Bf gin
ning at the 8. W.ooroer o! raid M taction:
running thence due eaat H0 polet to ibe
aatern boundary line ot aaid taction : tnenoe
with laid boundary line toutn i-oiet to a
ttake with blaakoak pointers; thence veat
80 polet to a stake in th field I thence tooth
61) poles thenoe weat 80 ho lea to Jauaei Mar
tbail't line; thence north with laid line 11C
polet to the beginning, oontaining 80 acres.
Ibis ana the teotion heretofore deioribed
la known aa the "Tempi" place, and to
lether contain 240 aorea. Sd Alto, all or
teotion fiv, in township on, range 8 westof
the bat a meridian of thethickaiaw Cesurn,
and containing 640 to et, and known aa tb
"Jarnagan" place. Alto, lot iSo. 1, belong
ing to taction five, being a fractional part o.
aaid taction, lying north of it. and being in
tonthip on, rana 3 wot, ani containing
134 aoroa. 4th Alao, th lolloning three
tracts oi land, containing by ettimation, otW
acre", and known at th "Whitley" plaee,
which ar in Uwnthip on, range 3 welt ol
the basie meridian of tha Chickanw Coition,
and bet-g a part of teotion tour, and be
ginning 106 polea east of th N. W. toner
ol section 4 and th N. E oorner of 1. J.
Graves's 106-aor traot, now owned by on
timith: thence tooth with raid Gravt s or
Btnith'aeaat line li0 polet to his 8. B cor
neri thenc att li polea to theS. W. eor
ner of 11. Lilee't 106 aor tract, now owned
by on Thompton i tbeno north with Lilea a
or Thompson line Mil polei to their N. W.
corner i thence weitlli polei to ibe begin
ning. AnntiLinlno- llln'-l acral. Alio. On
other traot, being apartot tame reorion.it
being tn3. w. oi aaia aection a. neiom
fore deori"d, and eontaioiag 160 aore.
6th Alto, th north half of lection rin.
in townthip on, rang 8wettol th bam
..j i . h ,v f-hinkaGamr Oaalon. con
taining 320 aoret. Thete landa will ba aold
in tracta, aa herein tet forth and detcriDad,
and in the followina-order:
1st-" Jarnagan" Place. aorea.
2d" Wbiiley" Place, f.96facrei.
3d "Tiluian1 Place, 04o aorei.
A.k T.n..'1' Pluji. 'iall n.crea.
Also, the proiiorty known at th "Rich
land" Plantation, of lhUH ecreai Lot No.
1, lying In rrge 1, section 4, of the llih fcur
veyor'a Diatrict of Fayett county, Tenn..
su mllaa went of the town ot Soinervil'eand
on th watorto' tho Loosa liHtohl river:
i a .i.l. T..niij.'a K. w. corner, n.
8214W.40 linkt from a twoetgum marked
"T," on tb aoulh bank of Wirtt oreek;
nnrth wilh hia(Teini)le'a) line orosaing
Wirti oreek leveral ti'na,H5 10 ohaim to a
whitecak marked "T.O. M.." tb. b V.
oorner of a 3i-acro lot: thence eatt 16 50
ohalnt to a itake 7 links aouth of an alder
marked "R. W."s thence norti l'J IU chain;
tnattake lt linkt east of an elm marked
"R. W.I tnenco west .ou rnaina iu
-.iJ'iB.ptl "R W.."the B. E. cor-
Onw.uua ...... . . . - ,
.n lU.ni.rA trant IhnrCA nnrtbWlID
east line of mil t. act 16 choina to a holly-
trea marked "it. w. : inooce ai-i
chains to a dogwood, redoak an t peralmmon
pointers on th Writ bank oi Loma Hatchie
river: thonc down the raid rirer ith it;
meandoringa to a ttake on the touth bank of
river 37 linki north of a lar e whiteoak
marked "X.": thooce tonth 12fi.f5 chamt
to a ttak in a road with two oak aapiing
pointer! th . W, corner of a 227aore traot,
sold to K. M. Appcraon by K. Dickinson:
thonco east with the touth lineot laid tract
f.6 .2ft obaina to tb beginning, containing
6'J7 81 aorea. , ,
Lot No. 2beglnt at the 3. W. correr ot No.
1, thonce west 73.75 chains to tht S. w cor
ner i.f the 1070 acr traot told to Appenon
by Dickinton, whioh it a itak with Peraim
mon pointer! in a pond : thence r orth 100 50
Mh.in.iatitAliA! thence aaat 16 chains to a
ttake: thenc north, patting into Hatcbi
bottom at 12 chains, lo, all M obaina, to a
ttak, with whiteoak, hickory and blaok
gum polntera, on tne anutn "
rivr: tbeno up aaid nver withiUruoan
deringi to the N. W . corner of lot No. Ii
them-e touth with the west line ot lot No. 1
126 65 chatna to th beginning, oontaining
,lapa mowing lurvcy aua aiy''"!
lands, embodied and known at "Richland
Plantation." will b exhibited on h day ol
tale, and in th mrantim may b;oen at
th offlo of th Cha rman of th bhelby
County Quarterly Court.
Alto, a traot oi iiaj aoroa. iyi m
county, Tenn., about throe miles north ot
Somerville. boginr.ing at the N. W corner
of th original tract bought ol Jatnea K.
Polk by Uurrui Carter: thonoa touth 1 8-7
polet to a ttake in the Diatrict I'na roadi
thenc Bat 175 polea to a aUke with klack
o k and black gum pointen: thence north
U1 Q 7 ...! tn m etnkn in the OCmer Of O. B.
Carter's anil J. tt.l motoy a line,. iuhii
weat 175 poloa to tha beginning, and known
aa the "Moshy iract. a ai
All ot aaid lanita are won improveu uu iu
a nne tlate oi cuuivai.on.
Terms ot cai: un-iouno wm w
i. ... ikA .. four veart. with in-
lmat from data, and aecured by tru-;t deed
on a .id lands. D. O. - LAljilllTbR,
Chairman and Truato of liaUt ot W. 11
R. D. Jordan, Attorney.
in.it of CM"- !! wol kind an J !"
t.mllnc h.v. Iu rural '"''"WHmlH
im la ftliT ainnprar.
DM. T. ai tiaAlOrMa
PK0BATE rOUHT SALE
It K Ala
Ho. 2W, R.D. In th Probat Court of bhtby
i.aun tv. lonneaae ., a. nnuwfwiti -
mlniftrator, to., Ta. R. B. Miller, aua
uiau, -t . , . . ...
J:.. .A at I
v . .in. ot a ae-cre Tor m i iu iiuj
caul, 1 will Bell at puono bov-iio. im
k. 1,1.1.. ! klriitar.
in rroat ui iu. wmi-
hoa door, on Alain atrwt, mvmpuia,
'"I"" -. n w.. ta IBBI
nainraaj, .-r----... - - - t 1
wlthia legal ho-, th following dteribo
roal estate, to-witi -
Lying and being in the city o' Mam rhll,
oonnly of r-hiby, and Stat ol Tennettee,
-u. k'.n u Na. HI. beint the weat
half tharanf. fronting 25 feet on Market
.nd .i,n.in. hank 74 laat S leehea.
Termi of hate-On third oath I balanc
navahla In euual tnttallmeota in (ii and
iwelv montht: porchaar to xcut nott
with good and tumcreni anonii ir
Urred payment, and a lien retailed until
thewi oleol the purohaa aioneyil paid.
IhU - VroiTIOLW. Clara
' By Thot. Tt. Crenthaw, 1. U.
Tavlor A Carroll, solicitor!.
its n: u. i m i.
IV II. jlcCATil.,
Rianeral Johhrr Id BRICK ft ORE
- (IRATXS SET, and Smoking Chlmna.l
Cured, All work luaxantaed.
CHEWING GUM ii an Elegant HOLIDAY GIFTS
l:3 K -v n -w: '
linlfeil Siwta fie Sure unci
J. T. LaPRADK,
Late J. T. LaPrade aV Co.
lSTo. 304 Frout street,
avarHaving retired from the Saddlery and Hamate bjii'inesi and opsued an ofjjo a
t are pleased
to torve then
to announoa tooorlnendi andtbe public generally that "rear, now prp.-.ri
In our new eapaoity. Returning ttiankt nr tho very liberal i.tr,.a,e e
,e old line, w. truit to merit and roeiv a thare ot your lavori. in tr e new
tande-t ut in the
EssrSa Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lurq
Uth ud Shingles, Flooring, Coiling u. CiuFal,
a-a--j iii i . aaaaaatpaaaawav i ill i-aa--aBtaaaawa-(fl
avnerchanta and Plautera, Small
Farmer! and Oardenera, ahould, in tb in
terval between Harveit and Planting time,
look out for tha futura, and
that they have made all arrangement! for
Scedt and Imi'le-nenta nendlul for th next
aeaaon. llundredi of olrculara are flooding
the oountry and filling tha columns of th
newspapers, soliciting the roader
gooda that they know nothing of. With the
ezporienca of twenty-five years in the South,
both in telling and planting, we think w
can aafely olaim that
house hai always dealt fairly. We aim to
keop th molt improved Labor-taring Im
plements, and to lend out only Fresh and
Oar present slock it fall and complete, and
we aro prepared to furnish our papered Seed
in neat and attractive atyle, to the trade, at
th lowest rate. We have alio largo atocka
ot GRASS and FIELD SEEDS for Spring
Planting. Our Annual Catalogue will be
ready for distribution by First of January.
Send for on.
B.O. CRAIG & CO.
39 Dillon Si. rrfeinplilM,Tcim.
No. S Now Ready.
NEW TXLt'STBATBD QUARTERLY
ART MAO AZ INK.
Pnbllnbed by Bailey, Bankb & Biddw, Jewelem
aN LY 50 Cts. A Y E A R.PhUeipbja
jiealSCta. KUla a apodal Held, with no rlvaL
Proclamation by the Governor.
The SUt of Tennettee Wm. B. Both, Gov
ernor to an wno snail lee met rretenia,
Ore.ting: , ,
WJJKKKA8, It has been made known to
m that some unknown party or par
tial charged with having committed a loul
and atrooious murder on the body ot John
Graham, on tha :K)th day of October, 1886, in
ir county ot Shelby, fled from luatic ana
aw running at large:
W Iherefura. 1. Wm Tl. Bat.. QnTamOT
aa atnretaid, by virtu of tha power and au
thority in me vetted, ao nereoy oner e ro
ward oi two hundred and filty dollars, to
any penon or persons who may apprehend
th laid unknown party or parties, and de
liver him or them to thaSheriB or Jailer ol
our eounty of Shelby, in ord-r that iustic
in that bebalf may be had and executed,
th a reward is made payable, one half oa
delivery to the SheriO and on halt on eon-
In teat'imony wh-of. I hav hereunto et
my nana, aua cautea in urea.
State to be affixed at Nashville, on th 18th
d.,oNov.u,b.r, UH. Bi BATB
Dyth Governor: ...
Jnaa At.usin, Secretary ol Stat
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing
Flrtt, Wt'tad, Walfr and I Ichialna
proof. Suitable for all kinda of buildinga.
For pncei and attaita a laolory ra(a
call on or addreta
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD MF G CO.,
t3 440 Main it., and 21 13 Mulberry
R.adanartert lor Iron renora and Creitlng
baivanlMd Iron Cornio.Tla Roola k btovM.
U laiai Ltd
Itny te 3oniilno Artlfle.
JOHN MoORATH, . .
Lata with J. X- LaPrad 4 Co
linesl and opened an ofce ai
-ta ia.wra. niiinnli iavi-1 ! ill- r -nr'-
DR. D.S. JOIIXSOS'S
No. 17 Jefferson Street,
(Between Main and Front.) M KM PHIS
Er;nh!i..hedin I860. 1
1 tR.JOli N6UN is acknowledged by all par
i. ' tios intiircsted aa by lar the most IBO
oottful physician in thetroarmentof privata
oriecret diseases. Quick, permanent euro
guaranteed in every oase, maio or feoial.
Recent cases of Gonorrhea and Syphilla
cured in a fi w daya without the nit of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrano front
businoss. Secondary Syrhilii, the last vet
tig eradicated witbo-it the use of mercury.
Involuntary loss of amen ttopped In short
time, bunercrs from iuipotency or loia ol
soiual powers restor a to free vigor In a few
weeka. Victimi of tell -abase and eioottiv
Tenery, aunering from spermatorrhea nd
loss of physical and mental nnwer, ipeedilr
and permanently cured. Particular attan
tion paid to the Disease! ot Women, and
ourei guaranteed. Piles and old torea cared
without the use of caustic or the knif. AH
consultations strictly confidential. Medi
cines tent by express to- all parti oi tha
orkingmen onred at half the usa
rati. Office hours trou 8 o'clock .m
ou 8 o clock a.m. to
Ii. S. JOHNSON. "
ft'EAK, asiitvcLirtu MHR
m- Tin: i i .-us i--
a 1 1 iTii-fmet
I'tri giving ttll l artlciilra.bv A.MreiltfM
Y.-T-.U.Irt t it-nlnn Hf.
Proclamation by the Gorernor,
The Stat of Tennearee Wm. B. Bat, Gov
ernor io all wno anau ae mete araaenta,
lTllEREAS, It bat been mad known to
. V m. that Sam Bruce (ol. oharged with
having oommitted murder on the body of
i .-. i . . i . a r.a.l lOOat
Koacn uaaiey on in uay i voiouor, iwo,
in oar oounty of bhelby, fled from initio
and now running at large:
Now, therefore, I, Wm. B. Bat, Governor
at aforeiaid, by vir n of th power and au
thority in me vetto, do hereby offer a r
wara of two hundred and fitly dollar! to any
person or pertoni who mav apprehend th
aaid Sam Bruoo (o), and deliver him to th
theriff or jailor of our oounty of bhelby,
in order that Initio in that behall may b
bad and executed. Tblt reward ia payable,
half on delivery to aheriff and half on aon
"ti"?. . , . t
BAM BKUUri, wantea lor Billing ivuaca
Oakley, ia 5 teet 0 tnehea high, heavy tet,
broad shoulders, aenuine oolored man, larg
teaturet, keon blaok eyat; had Hum side
whiskers, mustache running back to whis
kers: boasting disposition! h-eli turn out
more than ordinarily in walking, liaila
irom Morgan Point, near Osceola, Ark., and
more recently from Bell't aawmill, near
Lakeview, in Tennetie.
In Testimony Whereot, I hav hereunto at
my nana, ana oausea tne irreat oa ju.
Stat to be affixed, at Naihville, on th Ota
By th Goverior.
John Alliton. Secretary of Stat.
mm iral.rU IN V gALTU.-
-Oa. K. C
IA ii.a K..7. ..n K..I. TaElTHT.
I guaranteed ipeoifio for llytUria, Diatl
: " n.. i.u... on. Netn.ni Nanral-
gia, feeadacha, Norvc '" Proitration, ouid
by th ute of aloohol or tobacco: Wk
ftilneei, Mental Deprettton, 8tenlng pi th
Brain, reaalting In intanlty nd lea. Ing to
mirery, decay ana -Age,
Barrnnea, Loae of Power in either
t- Involuntary Lotaet and Spermator
rhea, sum J by ovr-xertion of the brata.
aalf-aboa orovnriauuiaene. aaon oouooa
taina on month's treatment. II a boa, o
aia boiaa for S, lent bf mail prepaid, o
roiptof nrio. We yuarante 81 Box
t ear any eat. With each order roivd
by ut lor tlx ooxet, aowmpaain wivn .At
w will tend th purchaser our writta
gaaraoua to refund th money It that fa
int aoa not ceoi a SLur2. K ,ii
iained only bv A. HS
a ft . m aiw. .arwa-
gitta. Mempbll. Tenn.
Tha orlartaal aad oly
Sal and alwaya R.llabl. Bwaof or'
l.lmiUtiona. IndiaMBaakl to
A-h your Oroaaltii for " ajhloheatart
Kaicli- -"and tak no otkr, or Indole 4a
(atampa) to u; for partleulari '" "TT?
tkealei liiill ..
!tl8 Wnaiao taqruar, riillada., P".
Sold by Pvurtista everrwhere. Ask for
tilihJar' KMaliao" Panyrayal
Pill. Tak. nno'ber
Mly t'twa. A Tictla
ot youthful impru
dence, canting Prematura ueay, rtrvou
Dohllity, Loal Manhood, al. kavlna tried
in vain every known remedy, hla discovered
a aimple telt.core, which he wtlliend ia
Poat Offlo Box 317., ISaw York City,