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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Ql, 18SO.
HATHIN CH1N-AISE. Preacher Tulmagc, of the Brooklyn Tab ernacle, In a Sermon Preached on Sun day Says that if iod Says to them Com they will Come, or If Uod Says Go they v ill Go. He Thinks it Ih Not for Political Parties or Politicians to Attempt to Settle a (Question that Omnipotence Alone Can Settle The Mongolians will be Saved by Christ. .l ial to the Appeal. Nkw York, September 20. Rev. T. De Wiit T aim age, pastor of the Hrooklyn tab ernacle, delirared ! that church yesterday lii-i promised sermon on the Chinese. The :nidicnco wan unusually lare; even standing mom could not be had. The reverend (rcn-lli-man wan listened to with breathless atten tion. Alter the opening hymn Krom;rcenland's Icy monn tains, 1'roin India's coral strand Dr. Talniage announced the subject of the dav's discourse to be the "Chinese in Amer ica," taking for his text the passage from Cuke x, 80: "Who is my neighborf The Srrraou. V keen lawyer bad Christ under rro-oxainl na tion ami this oui' of tin' Uestlons. Christ's answer nlaiycd the Idea of neighborhood, and the Mea has Im-. ii enlarging ever .Incc. It nncv seineil :i i no of Mst to call people on the other side ol tat earth our neighbors, hut nations are so rupidlv intermixed. Steam power from Souttiaiup lon to 'New Vork, from China ioSan Francisco, aud i -i in tracks across (he continenth ami cables tuider the kcom make the world one neighborhood, la the chinaman a neighbor 7 Hoes he belong to the nice oi hicli tiisl is the Father? Is he a brute or .in immortal? How ought you to treat iiim? Must he be welcomed or driven back? Will lie help or hurt as? These Important ouestions are pressed upon the attention of this nation, and decide them we must, olid decide them we will. It will be as agitating a unestion in HnKjklyu as iu Man Frau cisco. 1 want to have von start right In your opin ions, and for that reason I Rive you the result of my summer otsMrraiton in talilomla, where the Chinese (sipnlatlon has bc-ouie a tremendous ; i ' 1 1 r AKEIVINO IK fr'AS FRANCIHCO Katnrday, August 7th, I had been but a few me incuts in the hotel when the highest officers of the ,tate called upon me In tile interest of the anti i hliiese seiitiinent. From that time and for many days, from mornlug till night, there was scarcely a half hour In which by committee or document or letter the subject whs not presented. The Chinese quarters, called Chinatown, are shown to most e. itrn people who iret to Csllfornla. The hts this week say that President Hayes was shown Chinatown, h'ut the roughest part was covered np -i that he iinuM Is- deceived as to how bad It whs. No one (au say thut of my inspection, for It was the one Interest of the gentlemen who took me there to make me see the wont side. The five gen tleinen who t'sjk me there were openly opposed to Chinese legislation. Ur. Hears, a most ohllgiug gentleman, the prcsiilaut of the board of health v. tit with ie at thu rojueat of the mayor, anil thjre Is no man on tlie continent more pronounced I'Kninst rlieChlnesetnan Dr. Hears. Ho faaw (blna town at Its ainrt. -It Is bail uitotigh, flltliy enough, J enough. Hut underground New Vork is lifly per rent, worse than underground San Fnin i i-. .. New York American vice is five-fold more brazen than San Francisco yellow-colored vice. The m e in mul-odor Is the difference between whiskV ani opium. i-.nd the mal-odor of whisky is a hundred-fold ..rve t him the nial-odor of opium. The-crowded tenement houses of cw York are more fearfully crowded than the Chinese quarters. As I tola them face to face in tlieir grand o-rahonsc, if their WO police, together with an extra force of .100 . . ice sw.ir. In front among their most worthy eitlreii would, Iii the name of Ood and in the .-trvngth of the law, go out to do their w hole duty, in one nlgbt thev could break up the last iniquity of Chinatown. Im you tell me that 'JtO.oou law nliiillng iconic of Sin Francisco could not put down the 'JU.ono. lmd tsrople? From my observa tions this summer and ten years ago. I give as my opinion, an opinion In which thousands of the mer chants and clergy aud Isast people of California ngTM that of alt the foreign imputation who have come to our shores within tin- lari f. rty years, none have come more cleanly, more industrious, move sils,-r, more courteous, moreharmleiw, more genial, than the Chinese. I have In my sissession a long Uat ul affidavit by the first fanner, merchants, manufacturers ami professional gentlemen of Cali fornia, testifying-as u their integrity, hard work, i'lgenuity mill love of good order. They have no ctaa1 iislaundyineti.anil In many of the homes I vm told tluitthey hud no rival as house-help One of fhem I was told wottM do the work of three ordiiiarv servants. It Is objected of them that THi.V I 'MlF.lUIILt OTHEK WORKMEN, U hit fclriV'tn lire cheaper than other nationalities. Mistake. They get higher wages In many department.-. No such wages are tsild in Hrooklyu lor domestic services as arc isdd to the Chinese ser vants In California. Ho far from hurting the com-js-nrntlnn of others, they have made possible vast enterprises which have given employment, to othes peoasg. But suppose Usfttttn any case, they dhl underbid. If you turn them ont on that ac count, then you ought to turn out nil those people who work the sewing machine, or reaper, or huy r.iek. since these machines underbid tens of thou sands of hard-workiug people who toll only with tile hand. Hut the fact that refutes all these sto . i li s about the ruinous competition of the Chinese 1 that wages have la-en higher In California than lu any State of the Cirion. When there shall be J-..IWU ( tuncee In New York and Hrooklyn. as there w ill be, there will he just as large wages for all our I-eople. aud more prosperity than now, for then, ustcad of one million of jieople, we shall have three or four millions. Again, it is objected thut the Chinese do not -j-, ml their money where Uiey make it. kAMB AO A IN. They pay rent In San Francisco for residences, wasbhouses, and so on, fcMUO.UOO yearly. Would vou not consider $2, lOu.UOO added to the income oi hrooklyu a prosperous addition? The Chinese tsiy lothcHtata ..f California a tax of over H.ooo.oun They paid Lu customhouse duties to the I tilted Stales lu one year t3.4Ui.UT9. Now take back that f. ilsehoiKl shout the Chinese not paying any money where they make It. I do uot wonder that many of them send home their money and do not make large InvesU&entt lu this country. How much of your money would you Invest in a land w here you were not allowed citizenship and might any moment have to suiTer outrage or expatriation? I do not wuudoe- that they have their nones sent back to flilna. If yon and I were treated as badly lu Brooklyn as the Chinese have been treated in California we would not want to be buried w ithin :?Wu miles of the place where such indignity was . i.vsible. We would argue : !i they do such thine to us while we have our arm. strong for defense, what may they not do when we hveome helpless? Itnt what un inconsistent thing it is for us to com plain that they send their money home ! Have we uot for the last twenty years la-en complimenting and praiming Use (teru'iriii mid Irish serving maids for that denying themselves nlmrwt every com fort they have s.nl so much of their wngea to their tatherlHUd? is It not to their everlasting credit that they are so kind to the old folks at home that they send their wsgv to 1UK1.AND AND UERMASY? IVrhajis you have not been told what is done with much of the wages which the Chinese semi home. Hear It. ana bntsh that you have ever dc-itdedlln-m so unjustly. Their parents in China are serii. the subjects of a 1asc feudal system, and much of this money goes to UN-rate these parents from bondage. 1 have this frum a Mandarin high in authority. If yonr father and mother were in Uiudage. would you not paysomethlng to set them freer 'Do Too nut suppose the Chinese love luxur ies as much as you ? Shall their mugnlrlceut self denial for others la- the cause of their assault?" bill, it hi objected, they ne such Hose ccoimniv. Well, that U a crime of which onr nation fs not very much guilty. I think in this we inav learn -omethlng from the Chinese. They are not only economical, but they pay all their debU two puru nnrines. tor which, of coarse, they ought to be . unshed. W hnt a low order of civilization these Chinese have, for they work all the time, live within their meana, and pav all tbey owe. Such habits ought to be put a stop to. It Is objected tliat they are pagans, ami that their dress b-aoverv .lim-renf. W hat do you refer to now. THE CHINESE (H El E? Why.' ! Waalilugtou wore-a queue. Ilenja uiin Knuikliu vmre a qiicn. . J,,hn HaneAck won- a 'iiieue. Our great grandfathers wore qiieties. Any thing that Washington und Franklin and John llauew k ajid our n-verend gmmHatlien did must liave lrn n-sfs-cfablr. lh-stde that, again and again our American dress has been more absurd than the Chinese apparel The crinoline monstros ities of twenty years ngu. the isMl-sc tittle bonnets of our grandmothers-, tile powdered hair ami knee buckles of our criimliathera, and at different times ila- cUUirailon, thy over-topping mul appalling wystary of womau's head-rtn In enr time ought to make us lenient with Mongolian ciaaspleuitlcs. As to th. ir other rellgioni iiecnltarMtes for their dress h-isa religious significance can it be that in this country a man's religious belief Is to lie lu terfensl with? IVi you suppose ihe pilgrim fathers 1 the Huguenots and the rvvolntlonarv fathers would have endured what thev did In helialf of re lut'ou, lilsi-rty In this countrv if they had sti posssl their drscemtants would ever make the style ol relfgrou liellef the ground of residence ur citih-nshlp? If our government is to stand, the jossboiisc of the Chinese Is to le as secure and undlstiirtad as the callnslral of the atpolic, the nieettnglHaue of the Oaaker, or the chun-h of the Prusbyteriah. If the choice must be isetween a Miglon that ra-rsecu)es and Insults and -ioiics,, man byqiius.-uf the color of hLs skin, -if the y-Pih f his hair, of the e . uotnvof his hnblissml ine Itidn-nrv of his life, on the ane hand, ami the uaganlssn which Wars patiently u :!.,, ahnse, kevplng right on with its work -if 1 must makes ehoiee is-twis-n such a religion and such a jiagnn i give me paganism. If vou hale n sup -rior religion, la a kindly aud persuasive wa- present THAT KCPKRIOK RELKilON. And this brings me to tell you what I saw ami heard ol the glorious work belug done among tin Cuitiese lu San rranriaru. My tint Sabbath inoni ing I sis-nt In a CJiincM- mission church, and bad there the opportunity and Joy of lulling these Hongollaus "f Him who came, uot an American ' hnsi nor a Chinese Christ, nor a Ocruuui Christ it-ii .i- "',r " --is-o'h Christ, nor un Italian t hrist. but the round world'. Christ. Then 1 UK LAN Ji OF S1S1M SIIHL IVJUUWDER TO Wilt not this ecu i rati i!i r.f enough aud , enntomi-tible enough i7.tlH- f.u re :; .'S." h.11. f ,,muj out t,mi -sw? Mot.; iu- Y7, L htrv m,l-h bv th'' stigmatised SIX hut hv thvi.tut f a.ku,L to h -tl natl snlzed. and then multttu.1i s r the .-vaiigelliiaiiou ol tlu ir r. llll friends tl...... -I sn eiiher onr Inferior, or our equals oroursuiH nors 1 1 they an- inferior, there s no danger Xt tlioy will ever iss .uue our masters. Flat skuUs eaunui rule high lorobeads: ti.di v vvTii,,! Ir lomluat. lUrg.- hnuu. If tbey an? our equals th,',, ihcyortghtl,, have equal rightti. 1, thi-v art - our ;..perln.thenwe cannot atfoM to Insult theVrl h J. ' w. ' V . u,,r1'""'" Their 1U..V...O,. h ir.- fore.-tten irr- than we ever" knew. Kduca t on is lar more general in Cliiua Ulan in America wriLC"nhn m,J " " cannot nad a , i "" hile vou can dud tens of thousands , WV" f"not wril1' ln'-' ' name Vue. U-fon- other nations heanl ,.( it the Chii ese rW .1""'' "'"ki" aun siwd U vJ.f,1,"U,thr.tt,,d ""-- Wvu huudn .l 1 . go Id, Tn, U '"".""'' ' m3,c,n" anH.-ted TySS ".,hinkWh, W""M " ''-c b.'.i. !io THE CHINWE ARE , ion's FAVOHEI. vatu.v ri" morning, .p. ina a wort rcuow n.-d Vi. I T j th"ut:h ""'! I'l'ri-cI,iUsl on earth -the ,,,72 M t """-"" of l'r. 1-oomis. the Meth.-Jisl ' hinv-l .i, ,i:.ri .j. C.mrvitM1.;,,11 ,, niUeloa near the park, tlie Episcopal miCfoi a other treat ehantk-s. The ( h lues.' make gra , , n., v P th m Jl t' W',n 'r'linK to ,.f ' .umrkimi of '"" "r- ..ni.lc China the a.-.lth :,' , aiT Umls h T iub, and the amethyst, au.l th - ,Juhr, i lurquoiar ...d th-aspiv a.. ,hM. ihe ppl.ir.- and the kT laTuli'Tn., ? tail En.nigb prerlou. stone. t hlllM tn f wall, of heaven. Oh. the gold and the silver and V . t - .. . the copper and the salt and the coal and the lead and the iron that He waiting for the cellar-door of her gn-at hills to tar opened. .Oh. the rosewood, and flic elsmy, and the camphor and the cypress, and the vnrntsli tree, and the cellars, and the Ivory waiting P. he transformed luto the cabinet-work, of the nations. Oh, the wheat, and the barley, and the mango. Hiid the pineapple, and the orange, and the iH'rslmmons.and the coacoanuts and the rice enough to provide pudding for all the earth, and tea enough to refresh all nations. You stupid man. tn begrudge the Chinese room here ! Why, it all implies a permission to go there. Be f on many years there will e more Americans in China than Chineso in America. The qucstioa all over China will bo. SHALL THE AMERICANS GO. If Americans went to California by emigrant wagonj when It took tlx months, do jtou not sup )ase that New Yorkers and Long Islanders wH1, in great multitudes, go to China, when they can go In five weeks? ft Is the design of providence to put all the nations on wheels, running them cast, west, north and south. The tide happens to be settling this wav. but after ourcountry Is tolemblv impulalud the tide will set the other way, toward Ireland, -toward Germany, toward Switzerland and towanl China. All the nations will Intermiirry until, far down in the future, a man will have the bhsxl of tiftv nationalities in his arteries, and there will be only one nation left occupying the live continents one grand homogeneous, great hearted, all-climated, flve-wmed, world-enrlchlng, ehrlstion nation. They broke to pieces at the town of Bala-1, they will come together at the town of Christ. L'ndur the shadow of one tbey wen-confounded, under the light of the other they will be harmonized. Again it Is objected that the Chinese who come to this country' are MERE SLAVES under the bondage of the six Chinese immigration companies, Sim Vup comisiny, Klng-Chou com paay, Vsung-Wo . ompanv, wing-Yung company. Hop-Wo company, Asam Wo company. What say the two political platform." We don't want a-ny slaveaof such companies introduced here. Hear this one fact these six Chinese Immigration com panics give free passage to these Chinese, they con tracting with the companies that they will work it out afterjllicy get here. This is as honorable aud righteous hs iiuv contract ever made In New York or Hrooklyn. Iwunt to ge to Italy to study art, and have no money to go with. Vou say: " wlli pay all yourexpenses if all ttie pictures you make the first year in Rome vou will give nie." Right! Is it not just as right forthe six Chiuesecomanies to say, -Vou are isjor, aud 1 will give you clothing and outfit and itassagc and ood across the Pacific ocean, on the condition that for a certain number of months or years you give me all you make.'' That la just before God and all reasonable men. The ( hin.-se whocome to this country are no more SLAVES OF THE SIX COMPANIES than you lawyers are slaves of the client who give .you a retaining fee: than you builders are slaves 7.f the eaDitalist who preiksvs you for undertaking 'tin- job. These Chinese have only leen preiald ts-ion- enioarKiuion, aim are wonting it oat. ine auti-Chinese planks in the two political platforms area lying swindle on the credulity of this nation. I tell vim. people of the Atlantic coast, that this linesc scare is the most groundless and absunl humbug that has been practised on the American people. After twenty-nve years of immigration there an-rmly 5O.UO0 Chinese in this country': so that chin, si immigration, as compared with the immigration of other nationalities, Is the mere flake on a sea. I Hi not be afraid they will overcrowd us. The Chin ese government Is opposed to the depar ture of her people, and at the slow rate they have la-en coming as compared with other nationalities, they will never tmuble us with their numlicrs. What a pitiable thing it Is that the two great polit ical parties had, for the sake of getting the electo ral vole of California, putin an anti-Cbiiiese plank, thus Insulting THE LARGEST NATION THAT GOD EVER CREATED. I was not surprised at the Democratic lairty, be cause they have always said that the color and raea ifuaaliau was a reasonable question. Hut a Ilea 1 saw the Republican jsirty, which had fought a four years horrible war for the sake of establishing that all colors before Graf and the law had cqttnl rights; when I saw that part surrender that national principle which tbey bad purchase! with the blood of a00,0U0 men, and widowhood ami orphanage all the land over, making a differ ent regulation for the yellow man from what they hnd made for the black man. 1 said of that party. "Her scepter Is gone." The simple fact is this: In 17K4, nearly a century ago, the American ting first appeared in a, Chinese ort. Ever since we have hc,-n begging the Chinese people to come out aud come over and lie sociable and neighborly. In 141 the government of the Cnited States said, practically: "Oh, you dear Chinese, do come over ami sec us. Come, and bring your work with you." In Ht'vS we practically said: "Oh. you dear, dear Chinese, we can't live without you. Do, do come and see us and live with us." In 18C7 we aent ' . ' MR. BfRLINGAME. a skillful ambassador, to say practically. "Oh, you .tear, dear 'hlnese. you have no idea how much we thluk of vou.. You are on our minds and heart, day and night. W e dream about you." Mr. Bur Ungame acted so pleasantly thut lie has been deified l.v the empenir of China, and has laome one of the gods of that nation. The Chinese said: "Will you pn,t ft us?" "Oh. yes; you shall not only be protected but you shall tie welcomed. You shall wursbip whatgiai you will. Dear me, if you will only come we will do anything to make von feel at liome." taer-persuaded, anil against all their na tional habits, tbcv came. But finally the pothouse )oliticians got hold of the question and stirred up against the Chinese the hoodlums of San Francisco, the most accursed population with u liich any city whs ever afflicted, w ith Kearney as their archangel, AXD THE CHINESE ARE MALTREATED as no foreign people have been : brick-batted and .lain iu the streets: as no other nation, made tn luiy a tax for the privilege of entering the country; after arriving here made to pay tax to a govern ment which refuses to defend them; taxed for street-cleaning, while not one dollar of it was sienton their C'hincse quarters, in other words, our Cnited States government In the sight ol God and the nations, broke its treaty. Eight hundred thousand dollars did the Chinese government cheerfully pay as Indemnity for the laid treatment of some American's In China. The government of the 1'nlted States refused to pay indemnity for the wnmgs inflicted ou ( iiituimen in this country. In the name of Almighty (iod, the God of nations, who made of one blood all people. 1 impeach the Cuitisi states government far its perfidy toward the Chinese. I want to forewarn the ieople of the Atlantic coast against joining in any CHI SADE AGAINST THE CHINESE as they are now coming into these States. While you mei-t the inultittidi-s of Europe at Castle Gar den w ith hoH-s for their prosperity, have the same treatment tor the children of Asia, who by Ihe great I'niou lucitie and Central Pacific railroads are being forw anted over the Sierra Nevadas. Offer them civilization aud Christianity. There fs no gospel iu brick Uits. I't.der a government like this there is no nioiu lor violence. The most Insignifl canl. abandoned, besotted, leprous Chinese that ever lay in lazaretto will live as long as God lives. He is immortal. That Chinese nation is going to le saved whether trans-l-ucirte or cis-Pari fie; in the mlllenlal glory they will yet stand side bv side, Knn.pe, Africa, America and Asia, the Rocky Mountains unit the Himalaych will answer each otherwilh sulvatiui echo. As to the whole ques tion of Chinese Immigration, let mc encourage you by the thought that the God of nations will regu late that In the right way. Ever and anon in this country! we fly about hi great excitement as though everything were going to piei-es. But God never gala excited. The Chinese i question is going to be settled. What a time we had with, THE SLAVERY QCESTION! For half a century the north pmposed one thing and the souts pmposed another thing. Matters grew worse. Missouri eomproniist- that didn't set tle it. Fugitive slave law passed thut didn't set tle It The Colonization societv worked vigorously that didn't settle it. Riots in all the cities thai didn't settle it. Ecclesiastical courts passed reso lutions and congress deliberated "oni quarter of a century that didn't settle it. Ism-joy's printing press thrown into the Ohio river and Pennsylvania liall burned iu Philadelphia, and negroes shot, negn.es tarred und feathered, negroes hung all thatdidn't settle it. Then (iod mse Up and said. "All human wisdom has failed I will settle it." And be settled it at shlloh and Corinth and South Mountain and Gettysburg: settled It by the graves oi om- million of brave northern and southern dead. So this Chinese problem is vast, complicated, tremendous. Chinese immigration, together with the question of all other foreign immigration. Is a "iin-.tion higher than the dome of your city halls; higher thair the heathen goddess on the top of the canltolat Washington: higher than the highest church steeple so high that It Is ou a level w ith the thnuu; of Gtai, and the same power that con trols the tides of the ocean, sending them this way and that, will decide thugreat tides of human cmf gratlon, turning them wherever He will; Ir HE SAYS COME. THEY W ILL COME; 'If be say. go, they will go. Do not get nervous slKggl their coming and build a high, strong wall lo Keep them out. w Slle vou let other nation, e.ttne iu. Such a wall would be shaken with the earth- iuake of (.oil's indignation from beneath and struck with the thunderbolt ol (tod's wrath from above, and it would heave and rock and fall upon the demagogues who constructed It. and upon the nation that favored It. and upon the Christianity that was too eowardiv to denounce it, and God would say: "I built that American temple for civil and religious liberty and the giarpel that would have all men saved. I founded that temple In the blood of the American revolution. Its arches were lilted ivy the shoulders oi men who died for their principles. Its eapiismal fonts w ere :ioc.t with the tears of those who were exiled fn.iu their lands, coming here for refuge. The swords of your patlotie ancestry were the trowls that mortared the foundations. But you have sacrificed on Vottr altars the swine of passion and hate. You have defaced the pillars by unholy hands, lx-1 It go down, column and capital, an-h ami dome, and in some other hind, amoug more generous people, and In some brighter age of the w orld, 1 will demonstrate before earth aud heaven how 1 would ha m-all men equal and free. DIED AMOXO .NT It V. I KS. Fatal Acsrident lo a Myaterlana Lady In Ml. Paul, Xlnnewota. St. Paul, Minx., September 19. A lady, named Mrs. S. S. Harris, who claims to he tlie author of lluiUdgt. and other popular novels, who was ha tared by a carriage accident jrea lerdav, ilu-,1 at 7:30 o'clock to-night She, came wvst frOM New York, about a year ago. T here is a nivsU-ry aliout her identity, ami nothing can 1 learned of her antecedents or connections. Editions ol Marion Cole Har ris, author of r?ucifye, do not recognize her, but among her papers, is the manuscript of an unfinished novel, by Mary Cole Hatris, which appears to be genuine. Tory Properly Done lor. An Km. -rpri.e (Miss.) telegram. of thellitli says: "A raja? was committed a few days ago in Jasper county on t little white girl, thirteen years old. Several negroes were ar rested and brought in the M-esence of the girl, who reonguixod one of them as the guilty party. The officer conveying the ne gro to jail was attacked by parties in dis guise, ami the negro in trving to escaiie was killed." The Color line in Ohio. Ct.i.CMitrs, Ohio, September IS. Both lO.vernor Foster and Adjutant-lo-neral liibson this afternoon received telegrams from imrticsat Corn ing. IVrry county, stating that thev feared serious trouble might occur there during to-night, bv rea son of the attempt la-lug made bv a mob of 1000 miners from Strightsvillc und Shaw nv. to drive the colored miners away from that locality. The ope rators have armed their colored miners and pro IHise to protect their pmperty if possible. In case ol a regular call by the proper officials, troops will at once be sent to Corning. Hay ea and the , ln.nl Children. Sax Vrascisxxj, September 18. Iresi dent and Mr Hayes this afternoon reviewed the school children on Vanness avenue. The steari cs r tinea were crammed for hours carrying specta tors to the .scene.. The broad avenue was lined with children and grow n people lor the space of at hast a mile. The President's carriage drove up one side of the avenue aud dow n the other the children receiving him w ith ekeeta and pelting the vehicle with flowers. This evening a public re ccptiou Mill be given at the Palace hotel. Another PwatoloVc I.aMeiJ Order. W ' rrn finajtam f HI IS. Acting INwl- ins.ier lieiural ttaxcu to dav is.i.e.1 ,,n , .nler in tended to exclude arose the malls all registered letters and letter, containing postal nionev order. s.Mrc.so.l t several tinn. allcgi-d to la- engaged in conducting fraudulent lotteries at tamtavUle slid ovington, Kentucky, and New York cltv. MIXED PICKLES. The Liberal Leaguers in Session at Chi cago Turn Out to be the Best Assorted Crowd that has Assembled for Many a Day All Shades of Politicians Attempt to Get their Work on, and Colonel Hob Ingei-soll Tries the In fidelity Dodge A Member Bounced for His Liberality. Chicago, Septemlier 18. In the morning session of the National Hberal league. A. J. Graver made a long address, recommending that the league take political action. Gartield was in. favorof strong government, which was enough to call for oppo sition from the league to his election. He de nounced the National bank system. His a. hires was referred to the committee on resolutions, and Mr. McCmgcr, of Michigan, said it was an insult to the convention. He favored strung government and the centralization power, and intimated that if an r part v should be arraigned, it was the one which did violence to a large numK-r of citizens in its own section. The chuirman declared these remarks out of order. Mr. MeCrager said that Michigan could poll LM.OOO liberal vote.. Kecc. Iu the afternoon, the nqiort of the committee on nomination was adopted. It makes Elizur Wright, of Boston, president. Along list of vice presidents, headed by R. J. Ingersoll : A. L. Rawsop, of New York, secretary, Leueln Coleman, of New Jersey, assistant secretary: R- Wakeman, of New York, treasurer: Directors: Elizur Wright, T. L. Leland. J. H. Wakeman. H. L. Greene and R. C, Spencer. Secretary Raw-son addressed the meeting, ond reported on the visit ol freethinkers at Brus sels, lie said they were making converts rapidly hi most all the nutlonsof Europe. Louis W'eehlem read an address from the union Radicals of Mil waukee, denouncing all existing parties, and re commending a liberal lcagwe. Naiareuty Mis;btM I'roeoesllugsi. Chicago, September 19. The Literal league last night discussed the proposed platform until alter midnight. Colonel Ingersoll w ished to substitute for the plank abrogating the Conistock laws a resolution that the committee of defense, w herever it is claimed that a person has tiecn in dicted for what that person claims to have been an honest exenise of freedom of thought aud ex pression, shall investigate such case, and if it ai-lK-ars that he has been guilty ol no offense, then the committee shall defend him, if he is unable to defend himself. He said he wanted it understood that the chun-h nower must not smother the litera ture of liberalism ; they could not undertake to defend all the slush that Is written in this countrv: theT hail not the time to go into miction of what authority the I'nitcd States may have ovcrthe malls. In one sense the government n.stiredly had a right to say what shall go into ine mails. Cntil the christian world should expunge obscenitv fnim their tiook they would demand that tlie'h-.ws agniust obscene literature shall Ih. executed against the bible. He hHd confidence in the Federal courts to try these cases. Mr. Wake man. In answering, declared that all such trials shall be in state courts, and if a jury in a State court found a man guilty, let him go to hell. A la.lv delegate inquiring what the league hud to do witli hell, the speaker substituted "the eternal Im.w-wows." Tho debate became quite warm. Colonel Inger soll protesting that he was trying to keep the league Irom itestn.ying Itself, to knock some sense into the head of M'Cragcr, and ottered a resolu tion demanding such a modification of the Corn stock laws, that their execution w ill protect the citizens in their right of freely cxeretaing their opinions and spreading them through the malls. Colonel Ingersoll aud Mr. Green declared that if the original resolutions were adopted, that they would withdraw. Applause and cries of "good riddance. "1 Both amendments wen- then voted down, and the resolutions reported by the cxm mittee were adopted. Colonel Ingersoll then announctsi his resignation as vice-president of the association. The resigna tion was accepted, aud Mrs. Julia 11. Severance, of Milwaukee, was elected In his place. The resolutions adopted in addition to those al ready mentioned declare It cxiKsdient lor the league to co-operate with ts.litical parties.to ac complish the object of the platform., and to nomi nate candidates lor office as .,.,,11 as they have suf ficient strength to make such nominations effect ive; urge that iu lssl the league nominate a !residenl whom the entire league pledges itself to support: demand state Hiid United states laws to defend the liberty of the press and speech, and allow free circulation through the mails of publi cations, irrespective of the religious or other views thev. tain. They declare that they do not de- niHlld this to abet any fraud., lotteries, obscenify or other wn.ug doing, but. on the contrary, oppose dissemination by the mail of obscene literature, inspired or uninspired, and call on the christian world to expunge the indecent parts of the bible. Such offenses, however, should be punished through the criminal courts and not by persons re- isiiisihle only to amateur seini-tbeologlcal crimi nal societies. Thev disapprove of the Conistock laws, which, they say, are fraught with danger to the rights and liberties ol the people, for reasons fllllTSel lortn, unit urgetneir n-pi-ai as uiicoiisiiiu t tonal and as giving impros reriiiiinal jurisdiction to the Cnited Suites courts, and as bringing the in violability of the mails into question. W hile not approving the offenses by I.ant, Train. Teywood and Bennett, yet they regard their conviction and accusation as outrages ho exceeding their offenses. MR. SPENCER EXPELLED. The thinl dav's session of the National Liberal league was held to-day at timer's operahousc Mr. Spencer, of the committee on future work, made report. A resolution was adopted express ing hearty sympathy with all labor organizations whose aim and intentions are the dethronement of capitalistic monoaly and Use emancipation oi tne wage-workers in.m me galling ennui oi in, Mis trial slavery. Mr, Spencer then presented the fol lowing rcaolutiou : Resolved. That the National congress of the Lib eral league demand of all the people and powers that be that said congress Uiall Ise empowered to go at once to work to remedy all the evils and cure all the ills of the world ascordiAg to their own very' liberal and peculiar Ideas respecting tin same. The resolution resulted in a heated discussion, which Anally ended by the expulsion of Mr. spencer from'the hall. IN NTROXOLY I MOICSi;i. Rev. K. F. Is. GAITSH, ttalena. III., writes: For over ten years I had been a great sufl'rer froni bains in lofl small of the back and region of the Kidneys, which was most excruciating and at time almost insufferable. Doctoring brought HO relief, and I was finally advised tn go abroad and seek the climate of my youth. In tierinanyaud Switzerland eminent phy-u inn-, after clow exam inations, declared my sufferings to aruc from dis ease of the Kidneys, of long standing, und could do me no good. I was, however, benefited, by the climate, and consequently returned. No sooner had I been back and resumed my pastoral work, when the old trouble grew again so intense as to make life a burden. A few months ago I came iu IMtsitess.nn of one of Day's Kidney Pads, nut it on, aud the effect were truly wonderful. The pains at once grew les. and are now, after wearing the second Pad, entirely gone, and there can be no doubt that I am entirely cured, as 1 write this some weeks after its use, and am strong and look again the very Jrturc of health. I write this perfectly voluntarily, and It Is dictated only by truth ana gratitude. Indeed, I consider the Day Kidney Pad Co. God's agents and great Ijenefactorsof mankind. May all the suffering l1 helped as I have been is my earnest wish.' JOklX V.EAKCX. Si array. Kjr ' hare now worn Day's Kidney Iad about one mouth. It has dene mc inore good than anything I ever used, and am improving every dny." I. A RIM ORE A MCA If, DrngnrlNtM. XI1n. Mich. cm years in the business, -Dav's KluNEY Pai is having a large sale, ami gives better general satisfaction than any remedy we ever sold. CARPER W I I I 71.1.. Policeman. l.:m raster, P. "I have beet, a great sufferer from Kidney Complaint, ami After wearing your Pad 25 days I feel lietter than I have in l." year." llt. A. J. STOM.R. Decatur. 111. Your Pail is doing great rimmI here. U sells every day, and gives ubIyctmiI satisfaction." For sale by Druggists, or sent by mail (free of postage) on receipt of price. Regular Pad, 2; Special Iad (extra size). H Children '8 Pad. SI . Our book," How a Ufe Was paved," giving the his tory of this new discovery ami a large record of most remarkable cun-s. sent free. Write for it. Address DAY KIDNEY PAD CO.. Toledo. Ohio. P AIITIDN 1 twint the many worthless Kid ' ney Pads now seeking a sale on our reputation, we deem it due to the afflicted to warn them. Ask for DAY'S KIDNEY PAD. and lake no other. W. M WH M IIMM CO.. WHOLESALE AGKffTa BITTKKK. fetaW STOMACH BITTER5 Though Nhnkinic Idkc nn Awpcn l.iai With the chills and fever, the victim of malaria iihv Mill recover by using this celebrated specific, which uot only breaks up the most aggravated at tacks, but prevents their recurrence. It is infi nitely preferable to quinine, not only because it does the business far more thoroughly, but also on account of Its perfect wboleMHnencai and invigo rating action uis.n the entire system. Kor sale by all Druggists ami Dealers generally. HOill.. LACLEDE HOTEL .'th, tltli and I liextnnt Stroota, ST. LOUIS. MO. V Nsi PEIjRAM A- CO. Htm IIII.I.URn, : : .1. II. CHASSAINi; Kate) -J 30 ii ii. I S3 per il . KI1IM1V PAD. HEALTH, 8TREXC1TH, ETC. 45 Years Before the Public. THE GENUINE Dr. C. McLANE'S LITER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy ' ' for all the ills that flesh is heir to," bat in affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. ACUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are unequaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax teal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLank and Fleming Bros. B Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name JtfcLane, spelled differently but same pronunciation. t rrrr j CONSTIPATION Invariably causes general de rangement of the entire sys tem, and begets many diseases that are gloomy in their as pect, and often hazardous to health and life. Persons of a costive habit are subject to melancholy feelings, headache, low spirits, timidity, defective memory, gloomy forebodings, nervousness, fevers, languor, drowsiness, irritable temper, indisposition, and other conse quent symptoms which often unfits the sufferer for business or agreeable associations. Regular Habit of Body alone can correct the evils enumerated above, and nothing succeeds so well in achieving and maintaining this con dition as By its use not only is the system renovated and cleansed of all im purities, but in consequence of the harm$nimis ckmtgtt thus created, there pervades the entire organism a feel ing of satiety ; the mental faculties perform their functions witji renewed vivacity, and there is an exhilaration of mind, freedom of thought, and perfect heart's ease, that bespeak the full enjoyment of health. TROPIC - FRUIT LAXATIVE will prove of inestimable value to the weak and debilitated of both sexes. In all cases of nervous, mental, and physical suffering, brought about by stoppages, its use is especially val uable. The cleansing and depurat ing properties of the preparation cre ate changes that are both marvelous and gratifying; murky, gloomy, and sallow complexions, with blue and dark discolorations about the eyes (conditions that are allied to bilious ness, dissipation, and ill-health), are by degrees normally corrected and transformed into bright and clear complexions, in which the ruddy tints of health are bountifully depicted. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is put up in bronzed tin boxes only. Avoid imitations. Ask your druggist for Descriptive Pamphlet, or address the proprietor, J. E. HErHERINGTON, 36 Park Place, New VnrtV Bowel Complaints! A SPEEDY AND EFFECTUAL CURE. PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN-KILLER Has Stood the Test ol Forty Years Trial. Directions with Each Bottle. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 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We have been selliiiK sw ift's syphilitic Specific for years, and re gard it superior to anything known to science lor me tiiseases tor wiuen it Is recommended. We have oarer known of a single failure. S.J. teasels, Thomasvlllc, Ga. ; L. F. Greer A Co., Forsyth, (ia.; Hunt, Rankin Lamar, Atlanta, Ga.; Pcmberton, Samuels iSc Reynolds, Atlanta, Ga. ; Daniel & Marsh, Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga., July4, 1874. Wc have used Swift's Syphilitic Specific in the treatment of convicts for the last vear, and believe it is the only certain REMEDY that w ill effect a permanent ct'RE for discaKes for whih vou recom mend it. GRANT. ALEXANDER t CO. Slow REWARD will Ih- paid to any chemist who will find, on analysis of 10(1 bottles of S. S. S., one p-irtn le ol mercury, iodide potassium, or any mln eral survMunee. Prepared onlv bv the SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. At lama, Ga. Sold by S. MANSFIELD CO. PRES..lrr.ON FREfi Eior the xcdy Cc of n'.rzl WrJtoeM, Uantaood, PrMr.tur- jj-r.ility, Nervonaneaa DHMttdvoq . Cs-iui.ton oi I-Ia, A version to Socitv KT f"etlvc Hemcr- nd a-1 ird-n Brouiht on by Secret Uab tn Bncf IloMm-a Any drussiat Htm Ihm nffrcdieutd. Aditna DR. JAQUES St CO., . -w f'lKi iN 11 1 niiic, 1 It ICO ICS OF VOI T II K''iM' Free for the wgrnfa rxxrv of Seminal Wceknem, Lmtl Mnnhoosi. mul n 1 1 dfassawi bionglM on hv voiuhiul iiitiit n n. hi-. AttareM DAVIDSON A: CO., 78 Naw-au sinct. Nt w York Mf linn LOT1L 1UISTI rrrvk4ra ta all Taa, Iff AN I Pll ' ffli-r. I .k r r Pewivr, Flai ( tli " tracn, fit m uanpla, to fa..l.i. t ruiu (trod. ouiM (m. r-fdas TmUBu MUU, it. Law. Ma. Hadden & M. H. COOVER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW-FRAMES, Brackets and SrroH-work, Rtmirli aud Dressed Lniuber, Khingles, Laths, etc, Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington Street, MEMPHIS, s : TENNESSEE. Pearce, Suggs & Pettit WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AHD COMMISSION MEIUiLlXTS, 260 and 262 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn H IH CO H - 0 ?! o - it - HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 296-298 Front St., MemphiM, Tenii. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts Cor. Third and Locust streets, St. Louis. OLD BROWN & JONES. WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALERS IX COAL! Office, 282 Main street, Memphis City orders. Onr and Cask onlrrs from the country attended to with promptness ami rtlnpatrh. Wu have iuercased our facilities for deliverint; largelv. and ordcra left at our OIBeeorat our YARDS, Foot of Poplar and Exchange, Corner of Main and WC'all, Corner of .Second and Poplar, Or on Main, below Beale, WILL RECEIVE I.MMEDI.VTE ATTENTION. FI LL fTOCKS OF Pittsburg, Caniiel, Anthracite Coal and Gas Coke AT LOWEST MARKET RATES. DEPOTS FOR STEAMER Sl'PPLIES: JULYPIIIN, Tl K. A. S. il. Manatrpr Tne; Draoto TKltltKM.. MI KM w. M. Rarll. Msnsxrr Tat; Frank Jonca VICKHBI'KO, n IMS ... .Mattlnirl.y, Mon A- Co., Agents .. Tajt lohn liieley M'KW ORLEAXR, I.I i. F. Roots, Manaxer Tug N. M. Jones OfHce I ii'lor Ml. I'linrlow Hotel. Iiendqnartera for Memphlana. 355 Main street, Wholesale CORSETS ! CORS3ETS! t'onntry Merchants Ittiyliiir lrtrircst iiuil best assorttsl ever shriwii in thUcitv, comjirisinif kIJ the Novelties in Corsets, ana invite nil to thepnat Ilundtiitnrters for l'onetv. Kullliiu'sof PAWL BRACKS, A BOO MIX A L SUPIH)KTKRS AND COKSKT MATERIALS. Southern Iloopnkirt mill Corwet M nit 11 Tact ory, No. :t.. Main street. Established in 1867. Have Ginned over 50,000 Bales of Cotton. All Cotton Insured. Sacks Furnished. SPHERE'S COTTON GIN! 75-77-79-81 -83-85 VANCE ST. Tlie largest and only complete Ginning Estab lishment in the country. New and improved Hullers, and the only complete Air Cleaner in use. All eottou ginned at my gin has my per sonal attention. N. W. T PEERS, JR.. PRO'PR. MAM FAtTl'ltKR OF THE CELEBRATED ALABAMA LIME, AND DEALER IX Portand Cement, Louisville Cement, Rosetlale Cement, Ji'ew York Plaster, Michigan Plaster, Fire Clay, Brick, Fire Rrick, Hair, Paving Stone, Etc. MS FROliT STREET, MEMPHIS. TEN If A. C. TREADWELL. A. B. TREADWELL. S. S. TREADWELL. A. C. & A. B. Treadwell & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND . 11 UuioR Street, Memphis, Tenn. Far ring ton RELIABLE Memphis, Tenn. lor CmhIi Our stock this sensor! is the KDK ATIML. Christian Brothers' COLLEGE. Memphis, Teimexee. COLLEGIATE, SCIENTIFIC. COMMERCIAL and Preparatory Departments. Studies will be resumed on Wednesday, September 1, 1S8D. For terms of board, tuition, etc., send forelrrnlar orapplj-Jo BROTH ER M A V RELT A N . l'w t. St. Ainirs Ff-mnle AesMlaany, Memphis. THIS institution is delightfully situated in a re tired and healthy part of the pity ol Memphis, commanding the advantage of town and country. The entire surroundings breathe an air of peaceful seclusion, which ever exerts so powerful an influ ence over the moral, phvsiaal and intellectual life. The course of stud v embraces the various branches of a solid and useful education. In the wrnlar English course, the pupils on entering: are milked according to their proficiency In Orthotrrsphy, Grammar and Arithmetic. Partioular attention li given to Sacred and Profane History. Rhetoric and Composition. Latin and French enter into the reg ular course. A portion of time is allowed tr eacn fupil for plain and ornamental Needlework, Shell, lowers, etc. Terms per Session, payable half yearly invariablv in advance For board and tui tion in all branches taught in the highest schools, Plain Sewing. Marking, etc.. Bed. Bedding, sta tionery and Washing, 1100 and il'i"'. according to the age or class of the pupil. Specla.' terms when several members of the same family atteni the school. No allowance Is made for partial' absence or withdrawal before the expiration of the '.:'rn ' except in case of serious or protracted illness, b " tras German, Italian, etc., each 112; Mmicotl llano and uso of instrument, HO; Drawing and Water Colors, S10; Oil Painting. $20; Embroidery and Ornamental Work, 110; I sc of Library, 12; Dancing and (Calisthenics at professors' ghargi-K; Vocal Music in class, 15: Private Lessons, 115. Board per month during vacation. If spent at the Academy, washing, etc., tin. Medicine and physi cian's fees will form extra charges. Terms lor day pnpils. S3, $4, $!i or 16 per month. For further particulars apply to tii LADY SUPERIOR. PKIXCIPAL, PROF. I O. TV I. IK, M.A., (Late Professor of Bellas Lettrcs in William and Mary College, Virginia.) Session Begins .Monday, Sept. 6, 1880. rTVESTIMOXIALS from many of the best known L rerlcens in Memphis. For eatalogues. contain ing references, terms, etc., address the Principal, 181 Wellington street. MISSMURPHFS SCHOOL, Poplar Street, MenrpliiH, Tenn. SESSION OF 1880-81 WILL COMMENCE ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH. French and Idttln without Extras lurr UNIVERSITY OF VIBtlLMA, July 12, 18SO. QESSION begins on the first of October, and con O tlnues nine'months. Apply for catalogue to the Sccretarv of the Faculty, postofhee University of Virginia. Albemarle Co., Va. JAMES F. HAR RISON, M.D., Chairman of tho Faeylty. MRS. H0LSTEADS SCHOOL, 487 Pontotoc Street Extended, WILL BEGIN ITS THIRD ANNUAL SESSION on MONDAY. September 1880 LEXINGTON FEMALE COLLEGE IN the heart of the Blue Grass Region. Location central, accessible, elevated and healthful. Full course. Thorough instruction. Fall term begins Mondav, September 6, 1S8G. For catalogues, with full information, terms, etc.. address REV. W. 8. RYLAND, A.M., Lexington, Ky. Jft-J f A YEAR. BOARf) AVD XCTTTON FOR J Young Ladies and Misses at IVmalr Seiiiiiiary . and Rots at EplNcopnl Actidcrn v. Haddonlield, New Jersey, and for Young Mn at the BurliiifctoD Military i olles;. Hnrlington, New Jersey. Instruction thorougii. Grounde exten sive. Situation high, healthy aud Ireautiful. Send lor catalogue to itv. T. Ai. KC.1L.LY. Kcrtor. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, Ko. 332 Poplar Ntreet, Memphis. Tenn. A BOARDING AND' DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG Indies and Children, under charge of the Sis ters of S. Mary of the Episcopal ( hnrcli. The 7th school session will begin September 29th. Board ing pupils will be received alter September 21st. TERMS PER MONTH: Board 28 Tuition in English, Latin and Drawing 5 Tuition in English and Drawing Primary De partment Tuition in English and Drawing Infant Class. . Tuition in Greek, French, German or Italian Tuition in Water-colors, Painting on China or Crayon Tuition in Mude Instrumental Tuition in Music Vocal. Mme. Delamare, of Paris.... IS Tuition in Music Vocal in class of throe 6 Full course in English. Ancieutand Modern Lan guages. Drawing, Painting. Music, permonth 15 The sisters w ill be assisted In their work of Edu cation by the liest instructors. Higher Mathematics. Latin and Gennan under Rev. Wm. Klein, Prof, in University of the South. Natural Sciences, Drawing from Casta, Miss Lewin, of Maryland. French and Vocalization. Mme. H. Delamare. Circulars may be obtained at the bookstores. All applications should be made to the Sisters. ENGLISH, FRENCH & GERMAN SCHOOL AM KINDERGARTEN, Tlio Bethel Building. MISS CLARA CONWAY, : PRINCIPAL, Assisted by a Full Corps of Instructors, WILX BKOPEN MO II IT. OCT. 4, 1880. THE QUINCY SYSTEM. The widely-famed Qulncy Methods will be introduced by the Principal, assisted bva lady of successful experi ence, who ia now in the training school, at Quincy, Massachusetts. Latin included in the Senior Grade, German in the Junior, French in the Primary, and German in the Kindergarten. French and German taught by the IIENESS SANVECR Method, by which children learn to speak with case. Penmanship and Book-keeping by a Bryant and Stratton Gradaate. Elocution in every department. Calisthenics a part of each day's course. Lessons in Ancient and Modem Art. (Tiroilaratth'bookoresjuind CHANCERY SALES. Chancery Sain of Real Estate. So. 3292, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county F. M White, Executor of John Kerr, deceased, vs. Patrick A . Feehan et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale en tered in the oltove cause on the twentv-fourth day of June, l M. B. . iage 274. 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse of the Taxing District of Shelby county, Memphis, Ten-, nessee, on HMtnrday. October 9, IS VI. within legal honrs, the following descriled prop erty. situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: Ixt No. twenty-seven, "containing 12 32-100 acres; lot No. twenty-eight, containing 17 14-100 acres; and lot No. twenty-nine, containing 17 14-100 acres, according to the plan of subdivision of the binds of Andrew Kerr, deceased, made and surveyed by Edward S. Todd, recorded in look 7. itage3K7 ol the records of Shelby conntv, Tenn.. and therein described by metes and bounds, and referred to and made part of the deed of partition of said b.rnU between John Kerr, Samuel Kerr, James G. Collier and Mary E. Collier, II. Kossignal and Harriet A. Rossignal and Catherine C. Wilson, of date April 22. ISM, and registered in book Nn. 1C, pages 40, 4S1 and 482 of tho records of Shelby county afore said, lying on and near Kerr avenue, in the vicin itv of Memphis, Shelby countv, Tenu. Terms of Sale ash. This September IS, 1SR0. K. J. BLACK. Clerk aud Master. C. F. Vance, Sol, 'oroomnl nt. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. R. No. :1S5 Chancery Court of Shelby County, Tenn. John S. Sullivan, Adm'r, vs. C. B. Griffin et al. BY virtue of an interlocutor- decree for sale, en tered in the above cause on thc22dday of June, sHSO. I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse of the Taxing-District of Shelby coun ty, Memphis, Tennessee, on Bnturdny. September 3.1, 1880. at 12 o'clock noon, the following described prop erty. Si tasted in Memphis. Shelby countv. Tennes see', to-wit; Being part uf lxit 11 on the plan or map of Memphis; li-iugat theiioiutof interseelion of tne east line of Chiekaaaw street with the south line of Concord street, and runninglheiiee south 24 feet ; thence east on a line jMinillel with the south line of t oueord street 148 feet, more or less, to the west line of the first alley east of Chickasaw street ; thence north with the west linee of said alley 24 feet to the south line of Concord street; thence west with the south line of Concord street 148 feet, more or less, to the point of beginning; being 24 feet Off the north side ol said Lot No. 41. Alsoanothcr lot of land, situated -in said county and State, being the north half of I.ol No. , in R. B. Hawley's subdivision of lots in Memphis; com meneeingat a stake on west side of Town Reserve, on Mannassas street, 340 feet north of the junction of said street with Poplar street, and running from said Stake west 218 feet to a stake on the east side of an alley (20 feet wide) ; theuee north with said alley 25 feet to a stake ; thence east 217 feet to a stake on the w est side of Mnnnossas street ; thence south 25 feet with said street to the beginning. Terms of Sale One-third cash : balance in six and twelve months, with good security for the de ferred payments. Lien retained, etc. This August Ol 180. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. H. C. Warriner. Attijum Mr Compl't. tues Xon-Renidont Notice. Xo. 3471. In the Chancery Court ol Shelby County, Tennessee Jnmes Dickson vs. Barbour Lewis et al. It appearing from affidavit in this cause that the defendant. Barbour Lewis, Aaron Pryne, George II. Williams and Oliver Britcherare non-residents of the State of Tennessee: It U therefore ordered. That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse of Shelby coun ty, in Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first sionday in October, lSOjn, and plead, answer or de mur to complainant's bill, or the same will he taken for eoufessed as to them and set for hearing cx parte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, iu the Mem phis Appeal. This 27th dav of August, 1SS0: A copy attest: ROBERT J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. By E- B. M'Henry, Deputy Clerk and Master. Uunies & Poston. Sols, for Complainants. Notice to Creditors. rinu insolvency of the estate of Henry Williams, I. deceased, having been suggested In the Pro Imte Court of Shelby county on August B, 1SS0. by some of the creditors, aud said court having or dered me to make publieation of the s-ime: Tnere hire, notice is hereby given to the creditors of said Henry Williams to tile their ehiiins with the clerk of said court on or Itelore the twenty-tilth day of January, 1NS1, or the same will be forever lairred. II. M. JAMES, Adm'r 0! Henry Williams Mcssick & Morgan, Attorneys. tue iiinti A. VACCARO. 15. VACCARO. A. VACCARO & CO IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, VO 24 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. J. B. ttOlWIN. L. D. MULLLNS, Jr. J. R. GODWIN k CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts AGEXTS FOR THE STAR COTTON CEV, 336 Front street, eor. Union, Memphis, Tenn. CARRINGTON MASON, General Insurance Agent, REPRESENTING Home Insiirax;ce Company of New York, - - $ 6,390,233 Germania, Huib'f Uprising N. Y. 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It excites a healthy action in the Ki-lney., giring them strength, vigor and restoring thiwc organs to a healthy condition, showing its effects ou Isith the color and easy flow of urine. It can be taken at all times. In all rliinatts, aud under all clrcum stances without Injury to the system. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difficulties, it has a very pleasant and agreeaMe taste and flavor. It has been difficult to make a preparation containing poni II ve dlnretlr prripertles which will not nauoeatr. but be acceptable to the stomach. Ik-fore tak ing any Liter medicine, try a bottle of KIIIX EEJT to CLEANSE the KIDNEYS from foul matter Try it and you will always use it as a family medicine. LADIES ESPECIALLY will like it, and GEN TLEMEN will-find KIDNEGEN the best Kidney Tonic ever used. iOTH'E.-Each bottle baars the signature of LAWRENCE fc MARTIN, also a Proprietary o eminent Ntnmp. which iiermlts KIDNEGEN to be sold (wllhont license) by Drnggists, Grocers and Other Persons everywhere. 1 ut. up in Quurt-Mizc Bottle for General and I suuily Une. If not found at your druggists or grocers, we will send a liottle, preiald,to the nearest express office loyou. LAWRESrE A- -I V It'll , Proprletorsi. I'tiirsuro. Illlnoia. Sold by Druggists, Grocers and Dealers everywhere. Sold in Memphis by nil Druggists, Grocers and Winc.Merchants generally; at Wholesale by S. IMRtiNlleld A ., '. P. Hani A Co. and A. c eroMovKWllsiyujlvtier Cotton Xo. IS ITyiOJT STREET (LEE BLOCK), M E5HIIIS, TEXXESSEE, UV ORDERS BY TELEGRAPH OR LETTER PROMPTLY FILLED.W FERGUSON & HAMPSON, Cotton Factors, 260 Front street, - Memphis, Tenn. Baarglna:. Tie and Plantation Mnpplle fnrninhcri nl loaesl ralei.. CHICKASAW IRON WORKS! Randle & Livermore, Proprietors, No. 98 Second Street, Opposite Market Square, Memphis, Tenn. rOTTOX.FRESSEN, CUN-OEAR1KU, Hbnriina; and Pnlleya, all kinds Iron and Brass Casting, and Everything in Line or FOI' X DRY and JI ACHIXE-NIIOP WORK. Presses. Corn-Mills, Gum Belting. Ete.. Kte, STOur Kclipse Hntler Is the best GIN for river planters. It will separate the hulls Irom tho eotton leIorc reachingtthc saws. Has 12-inch solid Saws, Revolving-head, Regulating Seed-hoard, extra heovy Brush, and gins very last. Our Revolving-head Gin has no superior In clean cotton. Our Feeders and Condensers will clean cotton of dirt and dust. aar Orders filled promptly.-guaranteeiiig satisfaction. Send forclrcnlars. Refer lo all using our Gins. TUCKER, TURNAGE & CO., Grocers, Cotton Factors, Comm'ii Merchants 204 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. CAWf KW mm W mW a 811 Mmrafmcturers of every descript'.on of Circular, ,11111, nlid I'roso-I'ilt Kawa; 'Wholesale Daslsfs 1st Ilobber and Leather Beltinir, Film. Mandrt-U, ( nr.t Hooka, Saw .' iimmrra, I' pacta, and "all Saw and Planlnc Mill Xainilira; Solo Mimi!ri.-ton-r of 1 .1,1 U ,,,.'. Patent nlsllllt f 'Irrnlnr Snrr KTMIV HAW M'AIIIt ANTKII. :T.-( ar- fi-.l nttont'.on to resir work. Aotsrla tor TANITE EMERY WHEELS SSS? Our New Illnstratctl Cataloftuc iiuiilol free on application. W. M. FAKRINGTOX, II. T. LEMMON, CARRINGTON MAfKIN President. Vice-President. Secretary PEOPLES' Insurance Company, OFFICE, 16 MADISON ST., MEMPHIS. AU Classes of Fire and Inland Risks effected npon most Favorable Terms. Dwellings and Household Property Insured at Lowest Rates Practicable. L. 8. LAKE. Mkmphis. L.. S. LAKE & BROc COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 268 FRONT ST., Up-Stairs, MEMPHIS, TENN. Llhoral Atlnnces Made on Collon Coiisiiriinio.ils. Ortlors Tor Planlntion SudiiIIph and Gonoral MmhuudiHe JUled at Lowest Net Cash Prices. upv" nIU, A. B. VACCARO. S. M. M'C.VLLUM SSSfSnSSSSaA ll,nou,t'" auJ Factors, PRATT GIN CO. Xo. 314 Front street, MANUFATl'RERS' DEPOT Dan Pratt Cotton Gins Revolving-Head & Eclipse Hu.Mer, Feeders, Condensers, Curtis & Co to 819 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. . I. W. I.akk, New Tone