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THE MEMPHIS APPEALt MONDAY, APRIL 20. 1889.
THE COMING CENTENNIAL. AN APPROPRIATE SERMON BY THE RBV. T. DKWITT TALMAQB. The HUtory of tha Last 108 Yea; Hold Up by th Loarnad Divlna a Subllma Proof Tbat Providence la On th Blda of Amarloan Institutions. Bhooki.tji, N. Y., April 2S.-At tho Tabornaulo today Uio Uov. T. Do Wilt Tnl inairo, D. D., jirvnchoil a Burmon npproiirl ale to tho coining centennial, Tho vast conpropition tnng tlio hymn binnlng: llclor Jehovah's nninl throne. Ye uallous, bow wild aocn-d Joy. lr. Tulinaipj'" text was II. Kim.ni vl., 17: "And tho Lord opinio. I tho eyes of Iho young ninn, ami ln saw; an 1, liclioM, tho mountain was full ol homos aud charioU of fire round about Khali;." Ho sail: As it coat Kugluiiil inuny regiments and J2,IW0,(XK) a your lo keep anfuly a trouble Bimio captivo ut St. UtuVna, o tho King of fcyria sends out a wlmlo army to cupturu oiie minister of rcligiuiiporhai men to tnko Llislin. During lliu night Iho army of Assyrian canio n round tha vil lage of Dotliuu, whore tho prophet wu staying. At onrly iliiylnenk the man aorvant of Klislia rushed in and said: "What shall we do? There is a whole army coino to dowtroy you. We must die, to must die. Hut 1'1'wha was not scared a bit, fur he looked up and uw tho mountains ill around full of aupernatural forces, aud bo knew that if there wore M),000 Aasyriun aiinit him, there w.tro 100.000 an'ecl lor liini; and in answer lo tha iininbut'a i. raver in behalf of his affriiilited man servant, tho young man anwitton. Homes of Ore harnessed to chariots of fire, and ilrivcnnf lire pulling rein of lire on bit ol lire; aud warriors cf lire with brandished swords of lire, nn 1 tho brilliHiiro of that morning suuriso was eelipsed by the galloping sluiidors of the celestial cafalcado. "And tho lrd otHinod Uie eves of tho young man; an I tin saw, and lioliolj, tho niouuiaiii wieJ(uil ol Lome and chariots of tiro round about Khali." 1 have ollen spoken to vou of the Assyrian perils whielt threaten i Aniiiricun institutions, but HOW as are aw-emhllng to keep centennial cululira lion cif tint inaiiiriirnlioii of VVasliiniiton, 1 SHMtk of the Uper loiee of tlio text that are lo lii.Mil on our siie. n un w io levels are II I led with armed throats, 1 have to tell you that tlio mountains ol our liopo and t-oiiraga anil faith are full of the Jjorsm and chariots of Hi vino rescue. You will notice that the Divine eqtti- age is always n-presetited as a chariot of ire. Kzckio'l and Isaiah and John when they come lo ilescrilio the Divine colli- f'age, alwuy represent it as a heeled, a larniwd, an tipliolHtereil conll.igrnlioii. It is not a chariul hko kings aud compter ora of earth tuoiint, but uu organid and cotnproMwd lire. Thai means puritv, Jus tice, chastisement, tluliverance thrniigh (turning eacui,. Chariot ol resoueT yes,' but chariot of lire. All our national dw nthiallmeiits have ben through scoieli ing agonies and nil disaster. Thrutiiili tribulation the individual rim s. Through tribulation nations rise. Chariots of rvKeue, but chariots of lira. Jtul how do I know that this I'ivlno rquipage is on the side of our institution!!? 1 know it by the history ol the last ll1 rears. The American Involution started Iroin tho is'n ol John llanos. It In 1 min ion. lcm II all In 1770. The colonic without ships, wiil.oul ammunition, with out guns, without trained warriors, with oul iuoiiiv. without rnstiin. On the other side, the michlienl nation of tlio earth, lb lsrf"t aniiins, and the grand est navies, ami (lie iiiisu uisiiiigiiiMiei commanders, ami resuiinv inexhaustible, and neaily sll nations ready to back llicnt up in the llhU Nothing as against im liiensity. The cause of the American colonics, which started at fro, drops d still lower IhrotiJi tlm tpimreling ol the lieneraU, and lliiou.di tint J aloiities at small sm ccsse. and through the winter which sur piucse.i sll prcd.ivim.rs in depth of snow and horrors ol cmgoulmciit. Llialta, sur rounded by the whole Assyrian army, did lint set' in t Im Morso oil than did tho thtrtccu colonic cncump'.wsed and over shadowed bv lorciun avtntilt-t. What do cided the contest in our Uvoi? The npsr force, the ti r Briiiies. The lireetl and White Moiiiiis.ns ol New Kngland, the lliithlaihls alouif tho Hudson, lint liioiiut a i ns of Virginia, nil the Appalachian rsnp-s wore lull d rr-eiiiorcemrnM, w hlch lbs vounstnsn Wanhinut'iii saw by faith; and his men endured the fnucn loot, tho BnliL-renrd woiiudn, and the eilmusling liuum-r. and the loiiu msn li Ihm .iii "tho l.r.l niH'iiiul ilio rves ol tlio Voiiutf man: andheiuiw; snd, U hold, the mountains Were lull ol liore ami chariots il lire round aUiul I.imIui." Waxliinglon him svlf was a miracle. What J-isliua w is in tuu-ri'd historr lb lirxt Aiiiericnn l'rei ilent was in M-culsr hiolory. A Ihnuwnd other men excelled him in dillcrciit lhlnir. but he exeelhsl tl I all in round ness and coiiii'icti m id character. Tho world never saw his like, and 'probably never will s.1! Itis hko au'sm, la-cause theixi l.ribsl.ly never ill be such rxiin-nry. Ho wss let down a Diiuo Inlerpotllion. Ho wus fniiii liott direct. 1 do not know bow any tnsn can n-n.l the distort ol tli.o t in.-s without ndiuiO tinn that the context was decided by the Mjs-r lorif. 1 hen In I'vd.wben ourclvil war opened, liinnv st the Notili and at Hie Kiutli in iiounred it nations! sum i.l. . It was not mmnL.'o scuiiihI cowardice, it was Hot wealth sk'.ont ixivertv, it was Hot liru'o htstes ii.Minst small M.it s. Itwasle'ro ism against In rouni, It was Iho nwouriv ol inniiy ci nei at ions agiiust tho resource of iri ii. r iimus, it wns the prayer ol tho Noilh k.i:iii I lie prayer ol the Nuth,it was oiic-IihII ol die nation in armed wrath liKi'tnii: the other h ol ol tlio nation in armed indignation. W lial could cuiuohul cxternnna.ion? At tlio oiH-nini id Iho war the Com lllanderdll-t blel ol till) I'llited Male fnrcfa was a man si o bad bien great In battle, but old nie hml come with many liilHuiitu s, snd ho hsd a r glit to ipiietu lo. He ronld not mount a horc, and ho rods on mo Ksiue in ni in acarrmce, rfc mtr toe driver not to ot it too mm h. Hiuihk tho most of Iho lour years ol thn cni. -t, oil tho Noillirrn ci.le wm a man in mid ido, who ba I in Ins veins the blood ol msnv troiirrations ol wairi .ru, him-s'll ouo of the heroe ol t'lieriiliuvn nu t IVrro lior. do, Contn rss and t liiipullcpa c. As Iho years ps-ed on and tbe set. ill of enrnse uiirulliil, tlietr r .mm nut bom both si b-s a heroic ni and a strength and adetoiuii ration that the world bad iirverscen mar rbaleil. And what but extcimiiiatioo could come when I'hilip hhendan and Honewall Jarkaoii met, and Nalhamel I von and M lncy Joluiiion M lr in Irum North and NniUi, and Oram and the two thunderlsilln of battle, tlushed? Yet, we are nstion, sn l yet wo are at peace. r.artbly courauu ilnl liot Ueculo the eon flirt. The npisT forces of the le;U Tin y tell as thorn wss a buttlo fought alsiye lb clouds on 1-ookoiit MouuUin; but lliei was pomeimnir ihkoit in 'n niw Agaiu, me norsea auu vunrioi oi imu came lo lb n-scuo of Ibis nation in ISM, at the close of a presidential election l luoiu (or devilish ferocity. A ilsrk-r clond yelacttled down upon Uii nailvu. The result of tho election wan iu dispule, and revolution, not between two or three auc tions, but revolution In every town and villago and every city of the Unilod iS tales. seemed iinu)inent. Tho prospect wai that Now ork would throttle Now York, and Now Orleans would grip New Or loans, and Benton. Iloston, mid iSiivaiinali. iSavnnnah, nnd Washington, Washington. Koimi said ;lr. liiiien wn oloctoil; others sunt .nr. Iluvca was uluctcd: and how noar we cmno lo universal massacre some of us guessed, but lioil only knew. I ncnbo our escape not to tho honesty and righteousness of in furiated po'iticiaus, but 1 nscribo it to tho uiiiht force of Iho text. Chariot of mer cy rolled in, and thouuh the wheels were not hoard, und the fliwh was not seen, yet nil through the mountains of the North ami the. iSiiutli and the ImxI nnd lliu it eat, though tho hoofs did not clatter, the cav alry ul Clod galloped by. 1 tell you do 1 is tho frieud of this nation. In thu awful excitement nt tho inussacio of Lincoln, when there was a prospect that greater alaiighler would open upon this nation. Uod hushed tho tempest. In the awful excitement nt tlio lime of Uurlluld' assas sination, (td put his foot on the ueck of Uio cyciunn. To prove that Ciod is on the side of this nutiou, I argue from tho lusl eight or nine great national harvcsis, nnd from tho national health of the hut quarter century, epidemic very exceptional, and from thu grout revivals of religion, and fiom thu spreading of the Church of Ciod. und from me coiiuneni oiocsoining wmi iisyiiiiiei and reformatory innlitiiiions, and from the Kduiii&ition which promisi thai this whole land is to be a paradise whore Cod shall walk in thu coot of tho day. II iu oilier sermons I showed you what was the evil that threatened to upset and demolish Anierieaii institutions, 1 union outraged more than 1 can loll you ns I see the rcgimcuui wheeling down the sky, und inv jeremiad turn into doxolimiiaL and that which was thu Ciood l'riday of the nation's crucillxion bucomes the K.isler morn o( its resurrection. tf course liod work through human instrumentali ties, and this national betterment is to coino among other thing through a scrutinized ballot box. l!y thu law of registration ll is almost impossi ble now to have illegal voting. There was a time you and I remember it very well when droves ol vagabonds wandered iiii and down on election day, and from poll lo poll, ami voted hero und voted there, and voted everywhere, and there wus ao challenge; or, it thero were, il amounted to nothing, because nothing could so sud denly lie proven iion the vagabonds. Now, in every well organized neighbor hood, every voter is watched with sever est scrutiny. I must loll the registrar my name, and how old lam, ami how long I have resided in the (State, and how long 1 have resided in tho ward or township, and if 1 misrepresent, llfty witnesses will rise and shut mu nut from tho bullot-box. Is not thai a great advance? And then no tice the law that prohibits a man voting if he has bet on the election, A step further mi'da to Imi taken, nnd that tuauforbiddeii a vote who has ottered or taken a brilie, whether ll Imi in tno shape of a (roe drink, or rash paid down, tho suspicion oases obliged to put their hand on thu Hible and swear their veto in, il they Volo at all. Ni, through Iho aacred chest of our Na tion's su II rage, redemption will como. (iod also will save Ibis nation through an aroused moral sentiment. There has never been ao much discussion of moral and immoral. Mm, whether or not they acknowledge what is light, have Iu think what is right. Wo have men who have hail their hands in thn public treasury the most of their lifetime, stealing nil they could lay their hands on, discoursing elo quently about dishonesty in iiumie ser vants, ami moil wttu iwoor mree lamuu-s ol their own, preaching eloquently about the beauty of the srvi ulh commandment. 'I ha niionlioil ol Sobriety BU I druilkulilies is ihrusl in Iho face of this nation as never before, and lo take a part in our rmliticiil contests. 7 be question ol national sohri- ely is going to Imi rcsjicclluliy ami ueicren tiully Ticuid at tho bar o( every l-civi-la-turn' and every House of Kepn'setilallve and every United States S uale, and an omniHileul voice will ting down thu sky and uciomIIiis taint ami la aagani, saying to llie-c rising teles ol drunkenness which thretleii lo w helm homo and church ami nation: "Thus far shall thou come, but no further, and hero shall thy proud wave Ui stayed. 1 have not In my inimi a shallow ol lishcarienmeiil as large as thn shadow ol a liousellv i wing, .ny laitn is in inn tipper foices, tho upper arinnsi of thu text, tloilisnol ilea l. I lie chariots are not unw Ins led. If you would pray more and wash your eves in the ismiI, blight water bosh from the well of Christian re form. It would I si said of you, as of Ibis one of tho toxk "iho Und ois ned the eye of Iho young man; Slid ho saw; and, Is'bold, the mount. un was lull ol horws aud chariots of tiro toiind sliotil l.lislio. W hen the army of Auligotius went into bstde his sol.heis were very much dis couraged, and IheV rushed lip to the tleli eral and said to him: "Hon I you see we have a few lnrre and tin y have so many more?" and the soldiers were sllrightod at the inallness of Ihcir iiumU r aud tho gn-utneissof thn enemy. Antigonus, their iMiiitiuind. r, straightcueil himself up and sail, with indixiMlion sul vehemence; "How ninny do you reckon mo to her Ami when wo s o the vast armies anayed su linsl the cau of sobriety it may some- tunes ho very di-euiiragini;, but I ask you in in il.oig up your csinimlo of the lors' ol iighl.Hiusiii-iM -1 .k yo'i liow many d vou icckon the lstritiol Ahnility t ls'7 lo is our commander. Tho Lord of H'mIs is his name. 1 have the Is'sl authority lor sat ing that the chariots ol (iod am :i,mi, and the moiiiitaliis are full ol them. Yu will lake without my ssving it thai my only faith is In I'hrialMiiity aud in tho iips-r torn annealed In Iho ti xt. I'o ) i in tl partie como and go, und Ihev may bonchl and Ihev may be wromi; but tun liyisi end I think bo has ordained this Nation ir a enrvor of pronisTity that no il. iniv visin will Im able to halt I cxis-et lolnetos.sia H'htual party which will have a platform ol tso planks Iho 'leu t 'otiimiindiin-uis and tho Nnnon mi lbs Mount. When thai pirtv is formed it will sweep aeriau tins Intel like a toins lo, was . . . foiiig lo sny, leil win n 1 lliitik 11 is not lo ilevssiiitioii but riTiin'its'ion, I change the (Lone und s.iv, u- h a party s thai will swci p across tint land like spico gales Iroiu lien veil. Ilsvo vou anv do j.it about thn neu I of iho I 'hiisii.ni religion to luirily su I make disrcnt Ameiicau politics. Al every yearly or iiuadii'iiuial election w havu In lh loiiutiv cieat manufactories, mauufiiclo- ries ol ln-s, and Ihey a run day an ii'iiht, and Ihey turn out ball a dosen a day all coiiippod sud r'lidy l'ir full soiling. Luce lies and small bus. Lie private and lies public and he priiilenL Ll-si cut bias and lies cut iIiul'oii.iI. Iitig limbed bos and bo with double back action, l.les couiiimenUry and he dofatnstory. Lies Unit some iM'ople Ih-Iiovo. and Ill's tnai no Ixsly U'lievmi. laes with huini' bk rsmeU ami . ales likecnN o.liles and ni ks s lonu as storks and tint a iwiflasan ntcloH.'i nnd linii like .bler. Lisi rsw and scalloped aud nannod ami slowed. Crawling lust su I jumping ho and sostlng ik-s. l.us with altai hrncut acrows ami rulllar and braider and ready wound bobber. lJisi by Christian ueotile who I nover Iin except durins elections, and lie i ny h o. who always lie, but oeal uinni' i s4Viw in a preslileulial campaign, 1 coufes I ui islisined to hsve a for - 1 eiuner visit this rouutrv Iu such lliuea. I should think he would aland dasod, hi baud on his j-otksibook, and dare not to out nights. What will the hundred of thousands of foreigners who como hero to live think of ua? What a disgust they must have for the land of their adoption! Theonly good thiwtabout it is, many of them cannot understand the L'nglish langtingn. IUit I suppose the (ier man and Italian and Hwodixh and French iiiipfTS translate it ull nnd peddle out the infernal stull" to tboir subscribers, N'otiiinir but Christianity will ever slop such a Hood of Indecency, The Christian religion wilt speak alter a while. J ho bil lingsgate nnd low scandal thronch which wo wado every year or every four yaara, must bo rebuked by that religion which spcuks from its two great mountains, frointiioouu mountain intoning the command, "i'hou halt not hour false witness against thy neighbor." nnd from tho other mount junking plea fur kindness and lovujtnd i i . I l : v.. . . messing rauior imiii eurmnji. te.s, wo are going to have a national religion, Thero uru two kinds of national religion. Tho one is supported by the .Suite, find is a matter of human politics, und it has great patrona,'o. nnd under it men will struggle for promiu"iico without referent:) iu qiiaiiucHiions, Bil l us nrcnuiHiiop is sup ported by a salary of SoVOJH a your, and thero are greal cathedrals, with all thu ma chinery of music and canonicals, nnd room lor a thousand pttoplo, yet an audience of fifty peoplo, or tweuty "people, or ten, or two. Wo want no such religion a thai, no such national religion; but we want this kind of national religion thu vast major ity of thu peoplo converted and evangel ixed, nnd thou Ihey will inniiago tho secu lar as woll ns tho religious. I)o vou say that this is Impracticable? No. The time is coming just ns certainly ns there is a (iod nnd that this is His Isxik nnd that lie has tho strength nnd tho honesty to (uillil Hi promises. One of thu ancient Kmpernr used to pride himself on perfonuiiiK that which his counselors said was impossible, nnd I havo to tell you today that man s Impossible are iod' oasiea. "Hath Ho sod and shall He not do it? Iliilh llecoimu inded, and will He not bring it lo pass?" Tho Christian religion is coining lo take posses sion of every ballot box, of every school house, ol every home, ol every valley, ol every mountain, of every aero of our national domain, huh nation, notwith standing all Iho evil influences Ihut are trying to destroy it, is going lo live. tvover Binoo, according lo John .union. w hen "hutan was hurled headloiiir flaming from the ethereal skies in hideous ru n und combustion down," have thu power of darkness been so determined to win this continent n ihey are now. What jewel it is a jewel curved Iu relief, Iho caiueoof this planet! (in one side of us the Atlantic Ocean, dividing us from lliu worn out tioverniiienls of Lurotvo, On tho other side thu 1 'aei lie Ocean, dividing us from the siitairslition of Asia. On the north of us the Arctic Sea, which Is tho gymnasium in which thecxplorent und navigators develop their courage. A continent ol ld,.r Hi miles long, 1 7, Udii, 001 1 s pi are miles, and all ol il but iihoul oiio sevonlh capable ol rich cul tivation. Ono hundred millions of popu lation on this continent of Norlh ami ISoiilh America list.lkKi.IMM), nnd monitor many hundred millions more. All II iraan I nil fauna, all ineLiU ami all precious wixsls, nnd all grains aud ull Irn.ts. The Appala chian Ir.iugu Hut baekbono, and the rivers lliu ganglia carrying hie a'l through nud out to lliu extremities, l aluniuof I'arieu, the narrow waist ol a gi ml con tinent, ull to be under one government, aud all lr.s, nnd nil Cliiisii.in, mid the si-enu of Christ's crsonal reign on earth II, according lo the exprctiuion ol many gisid N-ople, Ho shall ut last set up his Ihroiiu in this world. Who shall havo this hemisphere, Christ or t-nlan? Who shall have thu shore of her inlands 'as. llm silver ol her Nevada, tho gold of In r I olorados, thn teleeoin s ol herohsorva tones, the learning ol her universities, tho w heat of her prairies, the rice ol her m vaiinaa, Iho two ureal ocean be.n hes thn one reaching (ruin li ilhii s Iny to lerr del riK-go, ami tho other Iriiu llehrmg Mrait to Caj Horn ami ull the moral and leiu piial and spiritual and everla-ting inter- stsol a Hipulatuiii viuit la'vond nil human computation: Who shall havo the hem isphere? You and I Will decide lh.it, or help to decide II, by tincieii;lu vote, by earnest prayer, by m.i.iileiianeo of I hrii.lian iuslitutions, by supisirl of great philauthroiioM, by putting lsi.lv, mindaud soul on thu light aide of all moral, religious und national movements. Ah! it will not lie long before It will not make any dinVrcnco lo you or lo mo wnat booum ol I Ins continent so far as earthly comfort Is concerned. All we will want of it will Ihj seven feet by thn-c, an I that will lake in Iho largest, ami then will I hi room and to spare That is all ol this country that we will need very o.iu tho youngest ol us. Hut wo havo an anxiety about the welfare nud thu happiness of the generations that are coining uu, and il will lai a grand thing it, wheu tho arch angel trumpet sounds, wn luid that our pulchcr, like thu one ol Jom'pIi ol Ail- tlliithcil provided fur Christ, I in the uu. 1st of a garden. One ol the aoven won lers of the world wss the white luaiblo w.ttih tower of Pharos ol I ctpL Nwlriitus, the an hltis t and sculptor, after building thill watch lower cut Ins name on It. I hen heinvi reil It witll plastering, and to plcusu the King ho put the in Hism Ii's ii.iuio on the oiitsnbi ol tho .l. int. ! in j; and the storms Is al and the seas dashed in- Ihcir fury, and tliey wadicd oil the plustei HI.', an. I ihey washed it out, and Ihey washed il down, but tho name of Swtratus was deep cut iu thu im- S'lislmblu ro k. Ki aeriHW tlio faeo of this nut imi tlnro have Ueii a great inuny mimes wntten, ai loss our lluaiuvs, in ros our religious, names woitliy uf h uieiu brain e, iiaini written on tho nicluiecluro of our churches and our schools and our ast iums snd our bonu s ol merry, but io. Is tho aichilecl ol this continent, and ho was Iho si uli'lsv of ull its gran.liires, i i . 1 long after through the womi ol tho uges and Iho tempests ol the centuries, ad other names shall be obliterated, the divine sig- Ualuio and divine namo w ill Is? I.riglit. r sud brighter as llm midenniiims go by, and tho world shall wee I hat Iho (iod who mndo this continent has redeemed il by His gram Irom all its sorrows an J from ail its Climes. Hat e yuu faith In such a thing as Ilnl? After ull thu i haiiois have Us u un whivled, and after all Iho war iluigers have Ims ii cripphsl, the chariots wlnrli l.usl.a saw nn the moruiiigol his Hrd will roll on in liiuiuph, lollowcd by all Iho armies nl heavi ii on w Into hmxsi. (iod culd do il without ua, but ha will lioL The weakest o( us, the faintest of us, tho smallest brained of us, shsll hsve a part iu the triumph. We may not haveoitr name, hko Iho iiama of Nistialus, cut In lnis r ishahle ris k and conspicuous lor centimes, but w shall lo remembered in a heticr place than thai, even III the heart of Hint who came to redeem us nud redeem Iho woi I I, ami our names will Imi seen close to Iho signature of His wound, for as today II throws out His arm towmd us, lie says: behold, 1 have giaeu lliee oil tint palms of luy baud." by the mightiest ol all agenciisx, tho potency of prayer, 1 beg you sock our national welfare. Nune time ago there were 4,otX1,ntiO let ters in the dead loiter post., lliu. at Wash ington letter thst lost ihvir way but not one prsyer ever directed to the heart of (iod uitsrsrricd. The wsy I all clear for the seentof yoursupplicalions heaven ward In bedsit ol Una nation, llclor the postal couitutinicalion wss an easy, aud long ago. on a rock lot) leol b.gh, on the csaut of tugland, thera was a barrel fastened to a pot, and In crest letters on lUe aid oi lb rock, so ll could be sovn fur out at ea. were the words Tostofllce;" and when eko.i came by a bout put out to tako and fir hi) if letter. And t0 aacred wore thoae deiKudta of glfection In that barrel that np hu k was ever put upon that barrel, altUodgli it cootutned messages tor America, nnil.-luroiie, and Aia, and Africa, nnd toll the islands ol inc sen. Many a atom) tossed sailor, homesick, got mcHsiige ot iliulness bv thai cock, unit many a honn -foad heanl gooil news Iroin a boy long ;tuu. Would that nil the bights of oi r nationitl prosjicrity were in interchange k sympnlhies pruver going tip meeling lilosuigs coining down; pnsiui celestial, not by a Btorni struck rwk on a wintry coind, Tint by the Hm'k ol Ages. The Jldn Unln Nprrlnl. Sam Fiiaxcjscv, CuL, April '-'S.-It Is nn- nouueed by tho Bouthern l'ac;llc aud Union racillc people that tho (ioldnn Onto Speciul botwoeu this city uud Omahs will run its last trip, leaving hern Saturday, May 4. A new overland passenger traiu will bn put on the Ogden Line Sunday, Mav 3. and will bo thu fastest regular ihiitv train over run between this city and the KnsL Leavimr San I'raticisco at W..VJ o'clock p.m. duily, il will urrivo in Oinub III three days, in (.wncago in uireo uuy-, nnd nineteen hours, and in New York in four duy and twenty-ono hours. 1 - lllSKal llrtiwnsvllle. Hjsrlnl tllnpsuh to Til A,h'iiI. Ihiow.Nsvii.i.K, 1 vim., April 28. Thu residem oof Mrs. Savage in this city was destroyed by flro Saturday. It wu occu pied by Mr. J. K. (iaiiso and Mr. Frauk llnulford witll their families, Htid they bad time to save only a small pnrt of their fur niture. Neither house nor lutnitiirn wus insured. I.OS in ull ubout l,U0U. A Fact WOItTII knowing Is that blood dlj. cases which nil other remedies full to euro, yield to Ajer's Bursnpiirllla. rrosli con urina tion of this slate ineut comes to baud dally. Even neb deep-Seated and itiililsirn com plaints as Uliou iiiatisiu, Ulisuma i tlu (lisit. and the IJiS like, are thorough ly tiromeuieii nj III li seel this won derful altoratlv. Mrs. It. Irving Podgn, 110 West 1'J.MIi street. New York, (I'lllilea M About two ysais ago, after sulTerlng for nearly two years from rlieuiimlio ont, Is'lng shin to walk only Willi great illsi'ointorl, and having tried various remedies, hioliidlng mhii'iiil waters, without relief, I saw shy sa adverlis. ineut In a t.'lilrago piqier llnil a mall had Wn rhct-st ut Hits dlsiressing unn plalnt, afinr long sufTeiiui:, by inking AVer's Harsnrmnlhl. I thru dis-ldil lo lu'uko a trial nl this inrsllein, ami lisili ll regularly for eight inouths. I am please, I to ny thai ll rlleeted a eoiu silrte cure, sii l'lhat I hut s sluce bad uo return of tile disease." Mrs. I,. A. ' Hturk, Nashna, N. If., wrl'es: "On your ego I wss taken ill W Ull rlieiiiniill s.l. bring coiillnml to my Ii iiiso six mouths. I ennui out of tlio Sieknisn very linn ll debilitated, Willi no appi-lilo, and e.y system diaonli-ied in etery war. 1 siiiiinrnml to use Aver s Hnrsiipurllla and Is-pan to Im prove at one, gaining hi slrenclh and soon re covering my usual health. 1 ranuot ssy i.hi iimeli la praise ot this w ell-know u Inrdielne." "t hsv token a great deal of medi cine, but lnHiih't bus den Inn so tiitieli gissl m Ater's Hiir.ij.in l.la. I felt ifs lH-nfSrl.il I ITeels th iol e 1 tilt.t quite rlnwlipit one Null, ami I can freely tesiily llml tl a the Is-st bliMd ni li. Ins I liimwnl." L.W. Ward, br., YVoodhunl, Texas. flyer's Sarsaparilla, raarsMKn ar Dr. J, C Ajer it Co., Lowoil, Matt. Ptle.ll; tlibullln.t'.. Welti, f Iso.. DR. SCliENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS CLP. NSf. die mucous mm tirsnrsof thotlnnueh and Isjsrlt ut ull ilims and loicicn luiin.iina Itieftrrtirms, aoitt di;esli.in and skisitta1lnn, nulrify lb blood, 1 liey trim ll t llvrr ol con(;lion. give ll a ch.itus Id ritrSM t tula pnuoe lioia His tlood, lo mik litem Into .sa1 bile, and lo tcrris )iil wh.il Is nmlrd. Tliey do not tear their way snd Irrliai liltm l ping tivr.4ut III. V l'r( all Hie iirf.irrs snd or gnt, to (list lb eatirs lytirm ropuads. They art Iwsnl osi sclennnc principles. Tliry ate rntirrly unonjl and natural. Thry als.ip da what Is cUimrd for Ihem, Tliry wotk oa th syvtem in lh way claimed. They work Ingrlhrr Lr the frratrM good. Thry are not like nrw and uniiled mrdlcinrt. Hiry nerd no p', but only limpl rnen- iioa of BWIll. ft"Yt. fVtiwV's purely vrijelidile snd wholly reUalils lon ty mnlielnet sr lor tik If a. I IlriiRKlits. r rry pk'i;e hs seiily illlilr.l dlirclion tor uve. II yoil Would un ImtanJ yonrII send f. ir. hi hrnek t new book oa pisrisrsof tt.e Lungs, IJver anlStoms.ll. Snil Pee. A.l.lre Vl. J. II. Kthciuk A Sua, i lio.vlrl li.i. l a. "ionoraMc's IS THE mother Cf ALL EVILV Ar yow ( Ins m vt SAPOLIO? BUne'ls IsB svli. rV of Snrlng gnsp, llj It la jvur sell iieate-clianii.g. Vou Brs Jn4e4 t )our lis... p,. a niieh at hy rsir lre. Kp n ,ral an n and j'ft rerauunn will turns. Src. I. I II e4 ym'tf4 nam will urr lo toa Ihlnk thi h.mae eaiiihi tutimiiblr. anit Ultwsjrllt all ll entu, ,nM.iaiijr If yuu fiie IS tsillsT of tia.sarij lisi.rlli I T Will H(liO. S CWrlsv.1, MmkUtI. Election Notice. Nollr !s ntt' ''" llisi en wKHNIUDAV, MAT ISsul, nslreiion Ukrlast thsotB.W of Uis Msiehsnu' ("ottea l'n and toras tUx. lo Mrmshlt. '.MB., for setsa (7) MnTlora lo ssry durlu Un inftwclt Biontht. AprU K ! is & Pl'Xit, fsK'y. J 1 I ' ,1 J.t TTff 4, ..ivi. A X a", -i vr :-. i-.-'" ' "v . . -' f. ; -V ? -. ; " 2on. create an appvuiw "v " 1 '5(- Wr!?liaii).Ue. Try Hood's Barsaparllla tills spring .V - - - 'V. &l-JsLfHfr ' -T '-Vi"' - -v C VrZte??:' a Qxi., Da 8uro to Cet Hood's Sarsaparilla, niy child. Bea that they do not glvo you anything els. You remember it Is Uie mcdlcluo wl:k h did mama so murh good a year ago so reliable, beneficial, pleasant to tuka my favorite spring medicine. food's Sarsapanlla Bcld by drurslila. fl tlirVrrfl. prepared only by 0. L HOOP A CO., Apulhtruiot, Luwall, Matt, 100 Dosos Ono Dollar J. w. wyxxK. Late of Wynne, Dennis 4 Heck, Forrest City, Wynne, Love & Co. Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 366 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. y csiinir.na atstij roNHio.vMiWTfl sobiciTKD..t FRANK W TAYLOR & CO. (LA1L OF C, W. Wholesale Provision Dealers Offloa and Wrohouao, 105 A 107 TVcbcii to anno'.inre our fr'emls that, med oi: win li'is -, o i til i lines ol tha Kamai ( l y Hprtn'iel I A .Mamni and uie mi aisiliiiii Vnll It .llro.iclt. und I -rum direct connei' I in also with all other nilr. s Is ceil ti-riin! In lh" cliv, tb leby oreroonilnr tli. faciliiiei ar nnsnrpassmi for thn rapid h" Our war, houae. whioh 1 built of sum nnslern Improvrmenta. and is, ierliaps, tho ban lliu r nl Provisi .ns. The Lot that Meats and Lard shiuM be tuo'i hs. in t'.s I'tinairiut.iin of our liiii.d nz Tnankl goiir friends lor a very Hiht.i1 piirtomgi Iu the put, and earnestly silli lt'ni; ri ii t ti tin in of the win1, we assure turn lltut all order and Inquiries will receive round attention, v ury ncclliiliy, 11 TTIIA.VTC XV. TAYI.OTl As CO. K tl Weare also prepared to fill order poss.bla litfiiroa. MONEY ON COTTN ri.ASTATIO.SII W Tlta FT4TE3 Of MISSISSIPPI, ARKANSAS- LOUISIANA OUlt FIVRmTEN YKAlt INSTALLMENT LOAN IlY WHICH A rOKTlo.1l Or TUB rtUaUfAL I REPAID AUl YKAK, 18 TUB CHEAPEST FORM OF LOAS. AS IT BAKES THE inCOKE OF THE BORROWER. A planter thru pays oft Ms lBdsblditM without vibsuailnfsnjr ytwlh wbols erooesAi of hit oroa. ALSO. WE MAKE LOANS ALL FRANCIS SMITH, Room O. IO, II Tt 12. COTTON EXCHANGE Building. MEMPHIS. TENN Manhattan Savings CAPITAL AND PROFITS, - - $100,000 jnrA.I.I OK Ii. Hsnsner, Pol rolemsn, L li. Ilandwerkrr, llnnlwlir Peres, 1. P. Iluddvn. K lw. (loldauiith. ULcyy, F. L. ColdUiuui, Jnn. M. OFPICKK4. EJw. GohUmilh, Vice rrcsfJont D. P. Iladden, rrraldenk WE ItKCCIVi: TiEPOSITt InPumtof el on sum -nil m n nlly. V liar Kicelleut Kaellltie for liandlln Htrictly Klrst-Clats INVOIMKNr HOMid, and Ihs tianvcthin of any Ilusini-M of a I'in.inrlal Chararfr. We have Ions eis'ririn- aud anipl cupiul. bsreiher with an lnuiornhle record, and th Ulhcrrs and rushes cordially Inrite huaiucs ui commence to long reai j in lliein. Fxchanae for aal on tht 1 A . ,,v-LLLm.Cf,F MtAM General H K -' VL SHOPS, OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, frwiSxiV mm STREET' FR0S TO VUCHESTES "T!siC MKMPIIIH. TICNN. It. DfDLKY KltAYriEIt, I'lVtnlent. Memphis City Bank PULL PAID CAPITAL, $250,000. 337 Main Street, Corner of Union, Memphis, Tenn. Or W. K. Wllkroa. II. K. Menunst, N l-uutjiuf, A. STF.RVRRftnER. Ol BkMalssrrx ms, brawoariils, TsatV A. J. D0efKL"K)!. LaU aajseeiaa A. U. aVjya'l Hasia Sternbcrger,Doiielson&Scliafer COTTON 10. 318 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN, H ood'i Saras pirfc- la Is Uie most popu lar and luccestful Spring Medlcuie. Nearly every fvfieclicine body need a reliable spring meaicioe line uooa s i ill aawtui1 tltsi Imnnrl ilAswhtrh have isarsapsriii""!' ' - i i.i.wui aiivinw His winter, ta Spring: IL ' ' iIlCCllBlUiaiWU III MIW UU"" uu. ... , 'il'oeD up strength as the warm weather comes aA l.v4 ' . .... I hn.iltliv AlMd jon win be eonvincea yuw ts aeo isjssm superior and peculiar merit, a A AMMAUaw When I began taking Ilood's garsapanlla I dli.j Iu Uie morulug, had a headaclio, and but now I can baruiy got enougn nt 1'uv i HiirPAitn. 1 Coral .ijlUVkVU w . ' ' i.iStreet, Worcester, Mass. "Last spring my wnoie nunuj me jiwsi Barsaparllla. Tho result Is that all liavs been cured of scrofula, ray little boy being entirely free from tores, and all four of my children look bright sud bealtliy as posilKy can be. I have found Ilood's Barssparilla good for ca tarrh." Wat. B. ATUBUTOM, Patiuic City, N. J. RoMbyallitrnirKltU. flishtforfM. rrepared only by C. I. Hoop CO., Apotbecariss, Lowull, slat 100 Doses Ono Dollar W. E. IX)VE, Ijite of Uoodhar, lxive & Co. Ark. GOYEIt 3t CO.) Tennorwoe St, Telephone 230. IOC- MKJIPHig, TEN'K., March IfiX hartn? Just comptctid a v-y Urn" an I ei na h svy ci iu of drsyajs on car loud lota, our a toil of bnsiii'is and brioc. is reirfo t In vry detail harlnr all b 3t constructed building in lh South for the st red only In evil ce'lars diirliig the lumranr ws have civen tills special uttenl on. lor articles njt iu our line at very lowed TO LOAN THE SECURITY THE S1T1HGS BARK FOB PRINCIPAL DUE at FIVE YEARS CALDWELL& CO., Bank and Trust Co. ,o: :o: TIttlSTlCKS. John W. rocliran, M. Oavln, fiinnn llura; Kapolrnn II1I1, A. ltoukerL J. A IL.lnns.rn Tcters, V. N. Orotyenor, bam' I Moo 'i Jaa. IVathan, Cashier. ONE DOLLAR ami upward. nd crdlt Inter. fruiu all class?, a. J will endeavor to merit Prlnelnr.1 Oltlosi of Kuropa. JOHN E. RANDLE 8c CO M A 7irACTUItlCltM f)lP Architectural Iron Work, IIU N sn.l IlKASrA.eTIN'r.rrfViTnS I'UE&El II I.I.KV.1, MIAKTINO, F.lc. m A iLAb tNUlNtcJ AND BU LEHS. AIR BRAKE COXPAHT'S ELEVATORS, I L'Ml-8, MAC'IIINLKY ht'l'l'LllLi, tu. Repair Work Dor.e Promptly. II. J. IlI.A K. Yii Prondi'lik 1IKNKY J. LYNX. tail.lrr. DIHKLTOItii W. I. Tola, JmIiii l.oasti, D. E. Myers, O. N. Uros nor, M ilsnn. f'r S.ti b e'slf, John A Isioa )' 'I - "Ivii M , (, i I. BTHAFER, M r'slsesUuil eiiafsa suaioa It as. FACTORS, Chancery Sale REAL ESTATE. No. 6,1112 R In the Chancery Court of Bhelbi County (State oi -jenuenes ra. juuui u nraiaL Br rlrtiie of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause ou tha 2Mb day of Janu ary, tsxtf, M. 11, tl. pase lot), I will sell, at pulillfl alio It. m, to the lllxliesl bidder, In frnnl of the Clerk and Master's olltiv. at the Mala slreet rntrsne ol theoourt houkeoi Shelby County, Mompota, Tenn., on Satnrdny, the lltb day of May, 1889, within legal hours, the lolluwlna dcserlbed Dmp criy. Itiiati'd In MewpuU aud bhelhy Couuly, iviin.,iowii: A tract nl land In ths Fourth Civil District, ha glniiliiK ou Iheeiuit boiiuilnry line of John Over ton Hi "i acre eniry no. s.h, wiiero uio rii.uu Ilnedlvlilliiiseetli)in4siid5 cnawin aaine: thenc east Willi aaltl line 214 polen; thence norlh 140 sles to a muke in tne soinn Donnuary uueoi ei.vinon A llrrau's l.tsW sen- entry Na Ml; tlienco west with their line IMI poles Ui tlieiraoiithwost corner, thenc smith .il isilet to thu soulheaat corner ol John Over ton's : in nen entry No. 4:1ft; thence west 84 Pole to the neillieiut i-nriier of said Overton's enlrr Nn. 4 .1: tliuni'0 smith with ml. I line I'M poles to tlie I eRlnnluif, roiitslnlnq luuiorea. bold as ths ms-rly nl W. II Jlols-nson. 7j 4MHi acres Ivlnii Iu the Seventeenth Civil Pit- trie! nnd li-scritH'd at (ell.iws: l ot i, contalutuji 2ti iKi uenw; hit -D. eontniiilng .11-1(10 aerca and liiHl-liiUaerusolt nl lot 4 ot Die tulsl vlslou ol M. J. Wl. kt, Jioiion Khler, F. M. W bite, Charles 1'otter, John I). Mnrtlu and Alex. M. Clayton. Hold as tn . proiH-rtvof the unknown heirs of Moses J. W leks aailof Heih J. Wnddell and tlio Hank ol Memphis. fs acres in tlie riilnt civil lilsiriel ni aaiu couniy, Rioiko7, Ns-lion 4, belmpartnf the W lllism Alslun l.itu arre urniil No. In", coniiilninii no acres, mora or less, and bounded at IiiIIowk Id-Rliiuius al a lake 71" wesl S iinkt Ii s nil o ik marked "J. A.; thence south 16 clialna eniadiis s lirnneh tn s atiik st the foot of a blult: themu VI links aoiith to a hlekiiry nisrkisl "A;" tlieun) Mist Iu chuiui rnsw llm a branch ft limes DI M enslua; tiienee Sl.ou I'halnt to the benlnnlng. cold as Ihe prorty of Clmriei Ola'rnielr. list acnia Iu ma Fourth Civil District of said county, belnx the norili ;. aensi of the followlu Id a.-r. In section 4, raiiu s, Meveniu surveyor s blttneL beaiiioma st the ionlbwot corner ol a i d a.-rv Irset, S..I.I 10 Kiinler by Oarner In lw7. sl a tuike aiKiul -si links iiuria 01 lue tine net ween 1 ip I011 and slielliy Coiinllua: lliene sonlh SAJ, east 1st chains, lo Jolin Owena's line; tiieuew stiuth A1-, wis.1 Sehalnt slid iu lluki; thence wesl 14 ehaius, i-nsnina1 creek to a stake; tliene south, ensuing (Yis'k, and up a deep tinmrh llii'halna and 70 links; menr nortu s , west socuaintaiinsuiniat; ineiico norlh i:i'i ', ensl M cliuint ami 7a llnkalo the begin nine. Also Ixit No. 4. of Kirk's nlaU UvlnnlniisMsi tlie sntitiiwest ornerof Lot. No. a; thence south s.',- east4.Ssn chains 10 soulhisut corner of said IxH jliis 10 amilhisut eonier of said IxH 'Miulb up a deip brani'b ll.'JUchatna; f Hi . w.-sl IM links to a beis'li; UieiK'S eat W.HI ehahii to a (Miplar inaikoil 1 ' Kunod and lilaekgiiiu pointers. Ihs I uer of a 'I't acre lulileeden lo Gamer by it No. llieni-e Miulb llienne north s until 4.", wt A. with dottwiHwi aonlheoatenruerof a &acre loldeeden toiianier hy Melilan In m.i Ihene norlh '. west 12.411 chains; 1 hence norlh l;i',, east 24.aU chains bi splur on a hlllalde, with awisiUrum and beech isilulera, the nurtlienst corner nl a IUU aer lot, deeiliHl to lUxnn A Hint hy Melj-llan in INVl; llience north K", west 31 S ehalns: then.-e north 6J. east S.,'i0 chains; thenoe uuilli s.'.J. wesl 7. 'si chains; theme north 11',', eut HO0 clialiu to Ihe betiln ulna, miitalnliiE I l-S seres. ohl sa tho pns-rty of Martha K. Mielby. Isivld Slicll.y. M. K. Ilerrlnif, tlary H. Ilrrrliiff ami Marshall r.. iierrui. Isla 7 aud s in block 4"1. Ironlini 1J 14s feel on tho aorth aide of Ailauit iinl aoldat I lie nrotstriy of the Meivbanla Colloa lnsa aud atoraii tout. siny. A lot Wtlnnlna on ths north aids of Jarkana Itreet. 4ii feet wust Iroin liiudrr.lale tlns-t, tliene wtt 2fi lis-l; tlicnce nortu lul l.sji; iiiencti east 21 leek tlieiiee south Imi lr.it hi lh b.luuilig, sold at Uie prus-rty ol l.lleo Hiiaraoua, Hie east . Icel ol a lot In country lot 617, front Ins 0J1' hvU on the aontb sl.le of Moshr tlresl, between th reslili-uiwa ol J. II. Hlevenaon and J. I . rorlllliia. sold at the pmis?riy ol James Kullly and Ihs uiikuowa hrlrsoi Nohle ralliisMi. Il Is. Ix-iilnnliiK 40 leel aoiilb nl the southeast Corner of Main and Commerce streets; theuos aimlh with lh east aid of Mala si reel 'ju leel; thence east lul leet; llience north JU livl; IhelK west Ion h-el tat Iho beulhiitni, sold as Hi property of Msixan-I Hurke, A ha tn', leet nn tne northwest corner ol Madison and Lauilcnlaleains-t. soli ua the linio- irtyol Mary A. MclliiKh ami J. 54. lisle. i'.M0aer.s in tno setriiiis-inn mil I'l.inri 01 aaid couuly. rt.intssasl ot two tracts- Kliai tract la-finaat the liortiieusl eoruernf a ."JU acreeiury In lh name of Kleliard lt!ack)c.i. and nl Ilia aontliarsl corner ol a H..W .. n-mnrr: thenc U011I1 K.' w.t '.sju ailca to a ilaae iu boar I in k, wllb hlrkory. sweet vnm and avmmot Mnters, on lbs north biiimlaryof said Hlaekle Intel; llience nortb 424'ij fs.lea In a lurs poplar uiari.e.i 1:," wlih two hickory pnli'lcrs: Iheue es.t iis polisipia rsiplar niaiaisl "i:," with Irouwissl and nickorr poltncrs, un the west Ismmlarr line of A. V11ill.s k a .'! acre entry: tlH-uee fiutli t- west 4I-, slea In Ibe bevluuln. eonuiulus MO ai-n-a, leas o acn-a flra-ribcd In a dis-U n-srde,t In Iss.k ii. pairs 11. Hi-al-tera ifflc. rhrlliy County. Ihs ars,ui lrmt Is-itli'i at a istplar maike, "i,," stub IrotiwiMsl and bn kor siiiu-ri. the nontieast cor ner nl fcL I'. Gallic a 640 arte tnrvey on llie west Isiundaiy tins vl Ales. McCulUxk H.uuO a.T arsol, Ihcueo north It- east wllU said line 7 elialut 77 links lo a hickory marked "II. K.," th aniitiirast eornef of Oisire Isilicrty a S.isti sere arant; Ihrnt- wi ll- north Willi Uie tontli llnrul asi.l a :. a-rant I". ehallii l Uuka UI a ttsks. Ibvllie cast 1,-. Miolh I chaius 10 a auk In he.ir i'is-k, wnb hickory, aweet lititn and a.cainore pi.luieri. suM Oains a aouihwwst mriier. llieiiee aonh won bit Hue Ha,, i.slot 12" lltiks to a laix M,tiUr iiisrkisl ii," thence east tyi clialna Pi toe IsKtiinhia. eirtilalnln ..i a-rr, luore or lca sold aa liir i.n.s.riy of II. B Kaintcy, llolsrt a Adsma. J. C. Ilsnlrlt, Mrs. I . V. Had.1, Ihe unkilowii lo irtol U.aesJ. W I. ks. Jainea Nutt, I'stri' h s.,,11. Marv A. Armstrong". C. ll. Arin.tnuig, Wll Ism 'is,r, WIClalil l-Larl. Joseph Mln.lrll. inuu-e-, W tiiiaiu I liainls-ra. Uliaw I hamlars. W Ill lam I'isiI. Ind T. I'aila. rarab K. Isj. k, MiiitikI Iss k, Harsh W. lowlk.-s. tne unknown heirs ol lai Olles. ol MIMIsiu A. Hall and ol r.lljsh l.iurland. Isil7l, In.ullo H'.ttA liil on the auuiln-aat eotwr of I n.ul and iaiiti,ailon alrreia. aoiUas Ihe pn.-nv of liavld Itol o and the m.kuowu bclrtof w. U lirts-iilaw and id J. 11. i,reeu!aw. fart of lot ts on Ihe plan of K. A. 1..I.I a tnet, ta il ha troulln suiwr1, li-et on lhaoiitb il.lr of llrnry aieiio. lh part ol aald lot herein rot cre.1 Istiu III asm purc.hass.1 by Kllen IHvhi al 1 hsiHvri ast In Ihe case ol Kllen Hlt tiM rs. T. 0 lirlen rial. Nit 4. 1 II N. H. I. l oanci ry 1 oort, anlilaalbs pns-rly ol I.I Icq blvine and Ulun-r I'arke. Ua No. I of lot J nf Mi I -rtnore's anlslltl.lon ItlkAO leet on III east sl-leut I'uniap allts-t. tolil st the imirriy if A.Utm llcla Mary, lwlt au.d kmclia i.ainincrer. Iil No in' llopperl't snlsllilslon, toxl.'s) ft, told aa lb i,rosriy ol la-wit Hn.i,-sl L IaA (old n.iiuis'r 4i, Ironiloa .sisiTo f.-et on th att title ol June aistiue. Ai bet south of llawl tovrt. sol. I aa til property uf Virginia I ana Willoliu ItsMln. I"art ol roonuy lot SO.' htvtnnln on lh north al.le ol Court .ir.s-l. its tisn nest from 11. si aiil 01 Man trei, ttiemst weal wnb I. north tnl ot I 011-1 tirrel 40 l.sM. Ihi-tice north 14s1, f.s-i p, an alley, thence east Willi the sooth sl-ln i,f aul.l alley 40 l 1, then. eiith Ma'., net lo th Is-Kiiinin. K.I.I aa tlx prosirt ul Mary K llerrou and V. M. Vl hllc. A lol In bio. k tm. ts-tlnnln 4 1 feet nirth nf AlaUma ttus I on lh wesl i.lo 4 golnbT tlreet, l.oi H l.s t. Sold as Hi pnT1y uf lliujh L. Ilriiikley ami Joliu tlterutil. ir.le. g ;;..a res ol Isiel In Ihe wtrnin nth flvll Idttrlet I In sa.l cutiiy. Is-vluuinu al a aiak f mm woe h n- rlh I .1 east 4 lihst loa.tasll ulckof) markest "I'," Ihcliee west passing a toisll Is.plar hiark-. In all chains lo a stsk.-; Iheoc Itnrtb IJ m i-"iM mm' .' ; tbfiirw tmrtb IJ U r. link "f nonlt a' h nwamti, thm i ffiTin r of hi Im rhstll. lo a aiake. llience south Ll a-ioEWiMwl Biarkcl "t." thenc- li nalna r. link In a Ukr In th lii.tlli msstoa ll.airk t M.utlicaM s.-ns at 1 rhaiiit an I ' links Iu sll 7 rhalna ts; link. Ui s et pnsa n.arkisl ' X." Ihene ao.ith Mi r ! 7s. I. sins links Pi a tinall hlsek (itm u.atkcl "J," Ulein Solltll h eastUchalut lo tli ta-fc-tn- til iiar. s-.lil aa the property ul Mm C, V. V.a-1 aud J.l lUllletL Uit . eoiitalnlns ft S-inaerea, and lot 7. eonlalm ins Wl t in a. r. of lh tnlllt.toii M tli ialms Ii.. 1 Iu lh I'm 1 n il I'l-ne 1 ol sal. I roiinir. sold a th i roucriy uf Hia. Iscksi I aud Joseph iii nl ib itttltiva mleftUUIf-n In lh ITIh tlut ilnl mI'I rs.nniv. ivnu.nihf m v urn, lionf f I s anl.l a lh i,r l rtv 01 Win. I fsis-r SJU ,rtis, ts-ii llie tr.iet of Isnd III Ihe l"lh ' I'll l'l-lrlc of sspl i-.Miiifv, formerly Is-lo-.alna lo K, I. Calnes. s-.ld aa llie ir,is-r:y ol it ll lls-ine, Itolf rrl s, A'lsms. J. t . Hani- It. tins I . V. Ws'lc. Jam. H.rti, p.m. k ssstit. t.ary A. rm.in,oj. Mm. 1 fsits-r. Mm. I'eebar'l. Jo. Min.llir. lr tstie,Mm. t hsmls-rs. I re I T. l-atla and lh uuktiowu hi Ira of W.s.sJ Mi. ka. s acres In Ihe M fit II M.lrlH of laid eonntr. Urn 11. 1,. I on Ihe north sn l es t ly M I sms. t.n. on the K.nih l.y Hal. hie 1 iv. r on the we.l hy Mia snl Mr Jul. 11 lisrilxin't laml. sold at In .r.rl ol J, 1 llnltoasy ati.t Mirnlilh Vales, leiiit, ol l-le.-tin a 1 rMll ol .1 iiiotilhs. pot brarli.( lnl.-r.-sl with an unly l Uire I, III l laiii'si. r. tempt Ion l.srrisl lul, .vt h uay of Apiil, is-. K 11 Melt fNftY, C and at. F. II. and CW. llrltkrll. n.ii. il..r Clmncerv Salo REAL ESTATE. Kn t st ft rbanerry Court of Shdhy County. J Mllilef I'arkel rs l.lssrr JnttHY. I by tlrtuaoi an Intefhc nlory rtiseae lot al. n J Irmt In Hi alone iwusr on Hie nth ilay nl Janu ) art. is-ai, M ti s . I i- I sill as-ll al pnhlln auction. In the hlirhesi bi.l.l.r. In front nf thai lerk and U..rr intO t, at ths Msln aireet entrance nl the cioinhoua ul khtiby Uiuuty, MwupUia, lnu-Sea-, on . ttaotsi, I lib nTf1y. Is, v wlthla lal hours, th follow!. rtesi-rtl1 prop. 1 rrly.tll.ialad Iu Menpklt, Stielby lounly, leam-s--. low It; fart ol lot in. block I of M.sk N fmalln !W fel on lh ! l I at llun.ph'rt .irc-l and runnui 1 back between parallel llli.a l.a) 41 I'D tw-l. 1rmt of sal 'n-ttilnl oath, balance nn a credit I nf alt mouths; nui with seeurny rvsjuin-d, Uta I rviiiM-.t I IbU) ANb day nf April, tw. t K K afiiilKNaV.tleik and Masle Jwba D. ktailia aud A. 11. bvufiaaa, svUulWa lef - I .