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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUN DAY, FEBRUARY 2S, i$S6.
The FeBitentiar Leu?e Bill Fasscd
tta House bj a Urge
ISTMIAL TO TBI 1 Trill.. I
Jaiok, Mint., Fi-bruurv 2T.-.S .
. V'.illri puW last liijrlu: IIi.iim
Mils (or the rvlirf of Mrs. Jliu li-.W-vrtiK.n,
v ith amfii.liiifiit, ami t au
thorize Hie Auditor to rvKisr ccrtiiin
Ki n, per nmnty lands; .S-iiiiti' l.i'ls to
Trente an udditinnul justk'n.li-tJirt in
! rmiMki ; riiimwi'riug piiicrviy. irs to
fiiviiMi olliivn to Kii'(Tiiitciiil' iits of
cdiri ation of l-iikiyi'ttr nil Yn!i luislia;
?.'!tiT provide for tbe rvuhtinii of
fl e sali? of fettilizer-i; to cuniii'l ju-
tii-en of the M'aiv to 'iiforft'!;lu' erim
iual law, and to nilm-i- the .jiiiliiian
oxj.iiiKt's of tho equities: rvlirf 'f
Kiilus F. learned; relief of l. .1. Cau.
run; to ; declare t wtiiin ru'iroud elmr
ters forfeited for non-tiNes ; to define
the liability of rsoiiK orvorporati'ins
iKsnin bills of Jailing or vvareliiise
Hilln pasiwy tswlav: Jlouse bills for
the relief of It. tWl; 'to rednee into
f'tieaettbc Hcvtaul acta ineororitiii
I'asB Christian; 1o pnnent swine from
running at lur-;e in Aniito, with
urandiient8;to uiitJiorizoaK'e"al tax
in 1'nmtitw; to jay ouLstandiiig-seliool
warranty witJj an-.eiidnieiitH. .S'liai
bills: IW-iilinc for pavment of the
levee tax lay a ill win "in the Missis
sippi -vee Hiairiet; supilemeiital to
the Aft incorporato'iiK Flora ; amending
the prohibitory dkpior law of Kiplev;
uiithorizing the uppointiiient of 'a
guardian or tieorge W. and Maggie
K. I'. Jiallentiiui; amending the char
ter of I'oiiUirxvillir, f hanging the time
of holding the ' Chaiifery 1 Court of
J-awrenee county ; to provide for addi
tional justice of the peaire ami con
Ktablc in districts 1 ami 5, .lellcrson
county; to remedy some of the evils
arising from the destruction of the
records ol j'ike and Lincoln counties
bv lire; to incorporate the town of
. M urges in Oktibbeha count v ; to pro
vide for tho incorporation of railroad
companies; -to abolish the ollice of
waiiip and I-and Cominissioncr and
ti'.ni over to the Semtai y of State all
business of said ollice; to ameiiil the
charter of the Yazoo Helta
Kailroad Company; to amend the
charter of Iloulka and of liiiena Vista;
providing pay for a deputy circuit
cit rkof Washington county," also for
tiie clerk for services in certain crim
inal cases. House bills to amend the
li'iuor law of Prentiss county; to
authorize Tallahatchie county to con
tract for the building of' certain
bridges; to authorize le Soto eoimtv
to re-enuuierate the educable children";
to amend the charter of the Artesia,
S'tarkville and (irenada Kailroad Com
pany; to reeal the law authorizing
tho levy of a special tax to pav out
standing srhool warrants in Covington
county, with amendments.
The llotise, last night, passed the
Jiill providing lor leasing the peniten
tiary lo the Gulf, and Ship's Island
Kailroud Company by a vote of .i
ayes to 'M nays.
This, being local bill day in the
Jlouse, ninety-one local bills "were in
troduced and many of them passed,
there lx'ing no general bill acted on.
Personal 'Uillirully Between rnpi. j
mrmiM. nun lOCMUrT ao)'ll,
UriciAL to thi rrtxi..
.T.ukson, Miss., Febrnarv 27.-The
Chiekamw iUwmjcr, editeil by Capt.
Frank Hurkitt, representative in the
Legislature, in the issue of the L'oih
inst. ronUtineii a very severe editorial
t a personal cbiiracter on liov. Lowry.
On the adjournment of the House for
dinner to-day '. H. J.owrv, private
secretary and son of the Governor, ap
proached Capt, lhirkittand denounced
him in strong terms. lSurkitt at once
resented the insult with u How. The
partie clinched, but were immediately
separated without injury to either.
About four o'clock this afternoon
Kobt. Jxnvry, jr., Gov. Lowrv's oldest
son, postal Capt. P.urkitt in front of
the capitol.us "a lying scoundrel, a
contemptible coward and a miserable
cur." He notilied Capt. Bnrkitt bv
letter of his action, stating that he
was ready to defend his poster. Capt.
lUirkitt received the letter while in
his scat, and at once arose ami read
the not4 to the House, stating that on
the adjournment of tho morning ses
sion ho was grossly insulted by P. II.
Lowry, and that he had slapped him
over on account of the insult; that
he was responsible for everything he
said to responsible gentlemen, but
that Kobert Lowry, jr., was beneath
Ids contempt. Ixiwry defended his
poster with a shotgun part of the
tinie, when lie. was Arrested by the
City Marshal and put under a peace
Mr. A. T. Rh-e, proprietor of the
North American .fici'iew, has sailed for
Gkn. Sherman intended to reply to
Gen. Fry at the recent meeting of the
Loyal Legion at Cincinnati, but the
midden death of Gen. Hancock on
the evening before changed the entire
l programme. Gen. Sherman then sent
nis carefully prepared address to the
North American lUriew for publication.
It will appear in the March number.
CiKN. J3uKLl.'s "Shiloh Iteyimved." in
the March Century, w ill be accom
- panied by two lively communications
in "Memoranda on the Civil War,"
dealing with some of the numerous
controversies in regard to that contest
Col. S. II. Ixickett, who was on Gen.
Jlragg's staff, describes what he saw
lo prove that the Union armv was
taken by surprise, and also sustains
the theory that lien. Beauregard was
responsible for the incomplete victory
of the first day. On the other haml,
Col Alex. K. Chisolm, of Gen. r.cau
regard's staff, maintains that the
responsibility in the latter ll'SItf ft.
should be shifted to Gen. I'.ragg.
Is The Ontunt for March a re
markably clear and most interest
ing statement of "The Strength jmd
Weakness of Socialism," considered
the standpoint of the social agitators,
and also from that of conservative re
formers, is made by Pr. Washingtoe
Gladden. "Topics of the Time" dis
cuss the social and political "Outlook
for Our Cities" and the question of
"Cheap rook Under International
Copyright." In "Open Letters" Hr.
Crosby and Dr. A. A. Hodge contril
ute to the discussion of "Christian
Union," or rather chwvh union. S.
"W. J'owell w rites on "Timber Famine
and a Forest School," and the Kev. II.
L Singleton comments ml the pro
posed Jife Senatorship lor "cx-l'rcsi-
Tiiih month's war article in the
March Century is bv lien. Poll Carlim
buell, w ho, in "Shiloh Beviewed," as
sails lien. Grant's paper of a year ago,
and also takes issue with Gen. Sher
jcan, A part of Gen. Buell's argument
in favor of the claims of the A rmv of
the Cumberland, commanded lv liim,
is a fac-simile o a camp mv.p of the
field handed to him by Ger.. Sherman
on the evening of the tirt, day's lift
ing, and bis (lien. P.uclL8) xtensive
revision of the official v.ap and criti
cism of Gen. She rmuvrs modifications
thereof. In "Mcnc mndirof the Vivil
War" additions to i . intcrestiug'Con-fc-dcrate
"Contmvvrdes in lgMl to
Shiloh" re inad v Cols S. II. l.ock
ett and Alex. li. Ch'isohn. Maj AV. H.
Powell mnkes A claim for "The Fourth
KeguUr lnfuatr' at liaintf'-s Mill,"
and Gen. l-eng-strect corrorrs the state
ment in his Febrnarv paper as to the
time of the an ival of his corps on the
)icl of tho Mvond Bull linn.
ikn. lKix i'.m'.i.os Bi ei i., w ho com
manded the Army f the Tennessee
n the battle of shiloh, has always
teen at variance with dens. (Jraiit
and Slnriiia.i mf the Army of the
'liioi as t.i tlie relative importance o)
the serv cs of his ai in on that des
perate licld. Not Ion-' alter the ap
pearance ol Gen. Grant's "Shiloh" lin
the Or. tunj for February, lRSo), Gen.
Buell, who w as living at his country
place, "Airdrie," in Muhlenburg
countv, Ky., began to prepare a reply,
inclii-lin- an account of the battle
based on the official records. That
reply will appear in the forthcoming
March Cfiitonj, under the title "Shiloh
Beviewed." Gen. Bnell assails the
positions taken historically bv Gens.
Grant and Sherman ; and 'in rebuttal
of the official map and Gen. Slier
man's revision thereof, he offers a map
of his own. An interesting feature of
the numerous illustrations is a fac
simile of a camp map which Gen.
Sherman handed to Gen. Buell on the
evening of the first day of the battle.
Tub March number of St. Xirftvlii is
Mowing over with good things. The
frontispiece is an engraving by John
son of Mine. I.eBrun's famous and
beautiful portrait of herself, illustrating
Mrs. Clement's "Arts and Artists" pa
per on "French Painters," includuiu
Claude Lorraine, Pavid, Ingres and
the Yernets. Mrs. Burnett's serial.
"Little Lord Fauntleroy," follows w ith
a most delicately humorous account of
the young American nobleman's first
interview with his aristocrat ic grand
father, line of the principal features
of the number is the lirst nine of the
"St. Nicholas Pog Stories." This
series is to include stories, sketches
iiinl anecdotes collected from various
sources during the last live years; mid
these will now be published 'from time
to time for the benelit of all dog lovers.
Henry Fckford's "Wonders of the Al
phabet'' w ill be a revelation to many
readers of the magazine, w ho have
probably never imagined that so
many interesting and curious things
could he said about those verv ele
mentary a. b, c's. "George Washing
ton, Horace K. Scmlder's biographi
cal serial, is as entertaining as fiction,
and this installment is of special in
terest, as it tells of Washington's lirst
fiinpaigii experiences -against the
French and Indians in 17)4. Frank
K. Stockton "Personally Conducts"
his stay-at-home travelers to Florence
and Venice, where, with the aid of
the abundant illustrations, they can
enjoy almost all there is to be 'seen,
inougii nicy may miss the sensation I
of floating in gondolas. I
lx the frontispiece of the March j
Century there is a reminder that Spain
has been astonishingly quiet since the
death of the young ' King. "Kmilio
lastelar, the Orator, 'whose striking
personality is revealed in the portrait,
and described in Willam Jackson
Armstrong's paper with the above
title, ami in ti crisp article of "Br-mi-nisecuccs"
l,v Alvcy A. Adee of the
State Pcpartineiit, ' Washington has
been a figure in every political agita
tion since the abdication of Isabella
If, the mother of the late King.
These articles define the brilliant tal
ents which have made Castelar the
pride of his people, and his limitations
as a popular leader. In the opening
paer, "Italy from a Tricycle," Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Pcnncll begin a novel
pen and pictorial account of a trip
from Florence to Borne, in a manner
of travel and description made pecu
liarly their own bv their clever book.
a Canterbury Pi, irimnyi . Twentv-seven
sketches in' this first' part realize the
best aim of travel illustration; and in
the text the sights and incidents of
the journey are entertainingly de
scribed. Kx-M'inistcr Benjamin writes
of "Mountaineering in Persia" as ex
perienced during a summer :.-;i. in
the Kllxirz mountains "for health and
trout." Like his other papers, this
article is richly illustrated. Mrs.
Schuyler Van Bensselaer contributes a
paper on "City Pw filings" in her se
ries on"Becent. Architecture in Amer
ica," and the accompanying engrav
ings tor tlie most part show interior
views of some of the notable houses
in Boston, New York and Washington.
k DAY OF KI'EECU-YiklXf;
The Silrer (jiestioa Discn&sed
LtDgtk I be Jftxiran Pen
V vsinv.T., February t'l.Ikm
Immediately i;ion the assemblim? of
the House, under a previous order,
went into committee of the whole.
Mr. Crisp uf Georgia in the chair, for
: general ti bate on the state of the
I I nion.
Mr. Chandler 'LGa. submitted an
; argument against the suspension of
I silver coinage, 'and contended that
there was no sound basis for the pre
diction made by tlie "gold bugs" that
the continued coinage of silver would
have the effect of driving gold out of
Mr. Liinham Tex. siokc in sup
port of a bill previously introduced by
him to disapprove an act of the legis
lature of New Mexico, preventing the
introduction of diseased cattle into the
territory, arguing that it was n insti
tutional in that it interfered with inter
Mr. Weaver Neb. discussed the
silver question, and predicted that the
effort of the money oligarchy, assisted
by the executive officers of the nation,
to double the eople's liurdeiis and
cripple the business of the country by
the snspensionof silver coinage, would
prove unsuccessful, now that the at
tention of the people was Attracted to
the question. He favored unlimited
coinage and asserted that if the whole
yield of the mines waseoinedannuallv
it would be twenty years before the
per capita circulation of the United
Stales would be equal tothat of France,
and this calculation, he said, had been
made w ithout taking into account any
increase in population of the country.
-ir. ic incuts thought tlie true
test of the value of silver was not the
gold standard ns established in coun
tries where the value of gold had been
enhanced by the demonetization of
silver, but the purchasing capacity of
silver, tested by its purchasing capaci
ty. Silver was now worth as much as
it ever had been, ami there was no
ground lor the insertion that, the
standard dollar was a dishonest dollar.
Mr. Jones Tex. advocated the free
coinage of silver, and earnestly op
posed the proposition to suspend the
operation ol the Bland act.
Mr. Wolford Ky. spoke in support
of the Mexican pension bill introduced
by him, and thought that it should
not he antagonized because it would
include Jefferson Pavis in its pro
visions. Mr. Beagan Tex. suggested that
.Jefferson Pavis had once written a let
ter asking that his name be excepted
from the provisions of a Mexican pen
sion bill if its insertion would en
danger the passage of the bill.
Mr. Wolford replied that that noble
sentiment of Jefferson Pavis made
him (Mr. Wolford) only more de
sirous of including him in the pro
visions of the bill.
Mr. Perkins Kas. opposed the sus
pension of silver coinage and de
nounced the demonetization of silver
in 1K7: as the dishonoring of Ameri
can silver, and as bringing in its train
business disasters which had con
tinued until the passage of the llland
In the world's history it
and Kleclimis. The follow inn gentle
men from Norfolk inv here under sul-
po'na: C. . Grady, commission mer
chant ;W. 11. White and Judge T.S.Gar-
n-tt, law vein; W. Pi ters, bank receiver.
and Charles Slunp. Thev are all
prominent citizens of Norfolk, and are
understood to lx t'rsoiial friends of
Mr.Goodc. The investigation is to If
a secret one. The witnesses are clos-
eteit in the adjoining coniimttce-nwini,
and are brought m one at a time Iffore
tlie siilHixnmittee. the examination
lasted an hour and a half. Thechargfs
against t.en. Gotslc were not made
to tlie witnesses, Out the inquiries
made of them related to the appoint
ment ol Mr. I ctcrs to tie receiver ol
the Kxchange National Bank, and
lar s their replies went, thev were
emphatically in vindication of lien.
Gooiie, who is s:ud to have been
cnargen Willi receiving a ice lor Ins
services in securing the appointment.
tlie witnesses salil the appointment
was ma'le in compliance with the
w ishes of the business men of Norfolk.
i iicv nail a nuuiircu tiioiisiiiil dollars
in the bank, and wished to have a
man appointed receiver in whose
ability and integrity tin y had coiill-
Flesh Producer & Tonic !
Hear the WitucNaea!
! TO M PorSDB!
The Cincinnati Police Cases.
Coixmui s, 0., February 27. The
Snoreine Court this morning rendered
judgment of ouster in the quo ivurranto
cases against the Cincinnati jioliee
commissioners, but refused to oust
Superintendent Hudson, who was
elected for one year. The action of
Gov. Foraker in removing the com
missioners is thus sustained. In Hud
son's case the decision is unanimous,
but in the commissioners' ease Follett
A Druggist'a Mtory.
Mr.Isaac C. Chapman, drnggiet,
Newborg, N. Y., writes ns: "I have
for the rat ten years so'd several
grots of Dr. William Hall's Baha-a for
the LuDga. I can eav of it what I
cannot say of any other mediciDe, I
have never heard a customer epak of
it but to praise Its virtues in the high
ust manner. I bare recommended it
in a great many cases of whojpitig
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
and St Ioulit
St.' Pons, Mo., February 27. The
Missouri and Arkansas division of the
Texas and St. Iuis railroad was sold
at public auction in this city to-day to
Fleiiiure Smith, representing the bond
holders of the road, for S7,40I,(XX. G.
S. Tenbroeck of New Y'ork represent
ing Eastern .capitalists, offered $7.40o.
000, over whieli figure his instructions,
he state!, would not allow him to bid.
oeadaJtai for Bbomnmiim.
Messrs, Ii. Peck & Son of StreftJ
boro, 0 , write ns, June 6, 1682: "Why
do you not advertise Rosnd'ilig for
Inflammatory Eheumatim? Itisdo
log wonders here in curing the dis
ease." Well, we do adrortiee it to
cure RhtiimttiEm as any or.e can see
hy reading oar circular.". It is a splen
did lliod medicine, and Breaches the
very root and st at of diseneo by being
conveyed throogh the bloid. IDniz-
gits, leading physicians and citizens j
ol the highest, standing unite in com- : I11"
mentation of Rossdlis.
act in I87K. In
would be found that it had become
necessary to aid both gold and silver
in the system by the issue of
prpcr money, and this being so, what
philosophy, he asked, was there in I ho
proposition that from this time forth
gold alone would suffice. As to the
administration he wished to turn a
Pun-Electric light upon it. It hud
broken its promises ami violated the
requirements of the law. It had pro
fessed a desire to have an honest pub
lic service and hail appointed convicted
felons to places of trust.
Mr. Buchanan X. J. rose ton point
of order, and remarked that it was
only in order lor the other side to crit
icise the administration.
Mr. Perkins said that if the House
asked the names of some of these men
there were Pciuoerats on 1 he floor who
could give them. There were vacan
cies in important diplomatic posts be
, cause odious persons had been ap
; pointed and rejected. It. professed a
I wish to enforce the law, and vet it
I could he seen violating statutes and
I organizing to enforce its own ideas.
If professed a desire to promote the
interests of labor, vet it authorized
the employment of' convict labor on
national works, and broke down our
largest institutions. It refused to carry
out the law s of Congress for tlie pro
tection of the American shipping.
It had taken the mails from
the most important line of
American vessels, and had demanded
of American ship-builders things never
heard of in naval warfare. It refused
to take the Polphin until she had en
countered blizzards and storms, so
severe that the naval officers could not
stand mi to manage the ship. The
national banks, Standard oil and tele
phones would be found represented in
the Cabinet. It had professed a desire
to'Iessen the burdens on the growth
and development of sections, but it
had no word forinternal improvement,
for the improvement of the treat
waterways ol the country the cheap
transportation of the people. In its
coils enterprise was strangled, work
men discharged, and doubt cast on the
ability of American engineers and
enlogm.ns heaped upon John BulU's
engineers. "It's English, you know!"
I Applause on i.cpuolican snle.J
Mr. Evans 1'a.J said that for every
silver dullur in pocket the people paid
:.' cents profit to the government.
The truth of the claim that plenty of
money would benelit tiie laboring
class depended upon the kind of
money. Cheap money benelited no
one, and was liurtlul, particularly to
the wage-workers. Honesty was' es
sential in public as in private con
tracts, and if the government under
took to ton e depreciated silver on the
holders of bond.-!, it would soon find
that it could borrow no more money
at per cent. It was time, he thought,
that the eoinpiilsorv coinage of silver
should cease and the delusion in la
j vor of a double standard should be
j set aside.
I Tiie committee then rose and the
j House adjourned.
1 he V bnrnhlll Rllajr aler.
Toi.onto, Ont., Febrnarv 27. The
accident on tlie Northern Pailway at
Thornhill last night was more serious
than at lirst rciiortcd. Besides the
iims agent, who was killed, twenty or
more were more or less injured. The
following are the most seriously hurt:
rat nek Hales, mail clerk, of Toronto
burned and injured lui.lly about the
head and body; . W. l!av, train
hand, of Toronto, seriously burned ;
T. K. McConnack. baggage-man. of
Toronto, injured about the head and
leg broken; W. l-cudly, baggagf-niiin.
ol lorouto, leg broken and otherwise
injured; John Henry of Ottawa,
bruised about the head and body mid
nidlv shaken up; W. .1. Cooiht of
Barrie, J. Ii. Smith of Hamilton. J.
M. Sheck and F. Simpson of Toronto,
passengers, injured about the head mid
nest. Jhe night was intensely cold,
and mini v of the wounded wen; frost
bitten. J'he farmer's team took fright
at the approaching train ami ran right
into it, one horse jumping in between
tlie tender and (lie baggage car. 1 he
result was that the baggage and mail
ai-s anil a passenger car left the track
ami rolled ilowi a forty-foot embank
ment. The baggage and mail cars took
lire and were destroyed, but most of
the mails were saved. Flames broke
out in the passenger coach but were
extinguished. The loss is not yet
KoiiiiiI DiKtl In Ills Kimiiii
New Yoiik, February 27. Lying on
the tloor of a room hmui old rickety
building on Sixteenth street the dead
body of John Morun, a good-looking
young man, was found, lie had been
dead twelve hours when discovered
yesterday afternoon. It was soon
learned that Morun had been shot by
Henry Prange while trying to bur
glarize the store of Fred. Thonisiihn,
Prange's employer, and bud been cur
ried by his companions to the room in
which he was found dead. Two ar
rests have been made.
A Man el Hiity-Elght Winters.
I am as rrt of an, ana rrl Uuinn'a
Plunaar a tine tonio for tha foabla. Hy ita
mr my itrenxth haa been ralorad and uiy
nreifhlincreiiiMl tn raundn.
A . U. CAM I'UKLL, Cuiton (Jin Maker.
Maono, Ua., February 18, Is;.
A 4'rlppltd Conledera
I on'y weiliel 1 lutumlt whan I cm
mcno4 tiuiim' Vnn r, and now wiih 147
Im.uo.Ik. 1 cuuld burdlT walk w.ih a ...
inl"rt oia aud can now wn'k loua dirlmn'ri
winout na. p. Jl bcn'tii lo inn ii beyond
o.il-ulnt on. K. KliU .1 HoSTIOK,
Macon, Ua. I'uttun Vuytr.
Mr. A. II flraniBlvll, Hardware mr.
rbitul, or Porailli, 4ia , Wrllftn:
Itartciililcaartharinon tn .......I v.. I l.
I ronmdor it a flux tunic. 1 weiab. mora than
i ortd iur J yeais. n.ePioft!ully,
A. II. ItHaMBLKTT.
Mr. W. F. Jonee, Maroi, Baysi
My wifo dim rcaainad hnr utrnnvth an.t in
rreimd ten nounda in weight. We rarour
mend Uuinn 1'ioneer u the beat tonic.
W. It. JUNES.
Dr. J. W. Delbrldare. or Atlanta. Ua
Write of Unlua'a Pioneer I
tiuino'i Pioneer Blood Rrtmwar hu k..
ued for jean with unprecedented auccese.
It la entirely Treatable and doei Die tyiiem
u uarin. lfc imiirnvM ma iniut la .-.
tion and blood matin, atimtilutin. !!
oratinr and toninir up all the funotluna and
otauea oi ina avaiAin. mil hm k.,nn.. ti..
treat blood rantwer and haaltb reitorer.
riosECR ui.ttou ririwib
curea all Blood and Skin Dheaaea, Bheuma
tiam, HTulula.Uid Borea. A perfect tiprina
II not in Tour marknt It will K. ft. i
on receipt on rice, bmall bottlea. ll.Uti:
larjre bottlea, f 1.75.
aaaar on Ulaod anil Rkln MiMBriA n.ll.J
MACON MKPIOlNB CO., Manon. Oa.
W. W. SCHOOLFIELD. L3UI8 HAKAUKR.
H. 0. MILLER.
SCHOOLFIELD, HMADER Co
A Valuable Paten
nraaaaaia jj' mikitim
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,100.
" We to hrbv certify that tee eiinerei ttkt
riraiifcNM?Mlaur all the Monthly and Ou r
tertv Vrainnae of the Louitumn State Lourry
i oitpa-Hv, and in pereon manage and emtrut
the yr-.inpf tnaulpiit ami that the name
are emdnett-t mu k'inrKy, fairncn anJ in
pood foilh ioteard all i nti-. and we authorial
the (Vamfiaay (h um thi rntr-wri. with no-
txmae 01 nmr ttaaaiuriu attocltea, m ad-txrtuemente."
Uhidj'b (Ho rap) lotn and Pea I'lau-
HAVlN'll perfected my Invention, I wih
o iilHoa It befora the nolvlU. i)lull.
m .rufiictiirera. Aa a Corn Planter. It in a
perlect -u. ai opant the drill, diFtrihattia
the aeoil aiv.ruieiy, umuiered, and eovers
the aaine, thorutv one man porforiuinir the
work ot three. Iho. havn been uaed in
Ihia aertian lor over a dorcn yoara with per
fect iatiafaotion. C'un five rosiKii aible teati
JOUN 11. DANCY.Dunoyvlllo.
HaTwood county, Ton.
iti: i:ivi:irs oi-tick-"
Exchiingo National Bank
KOKKOI H, VA , F b III. Isstl.
PROPOSALS will ba recaicj nt tbia office
until (Saturday, Wiiroh 27, INNH, for tho
purcliiiK of the hereinaltor nii'iili.,i...l nm,,.
nrty in ita entirety, and alan for piecea ur
parcel ii of the name reference bainc had to
deacriptivo litta of aaid prowirtv which
lista, atatmir trroia of anle. will be lurnished
upon application to the undiraiKnod, The
nirht to reject any and all bola i ruierveil:
Theoxtenaivn and vnluahln nnnuiriv In.
rated in Norfolk and Portaniouth. Va..
known aa the "Scahonrd r nllull I'ltmiir...
Company of Norfolk, Va.," conaiHtinii of:
im'iiRiriiir, wuiru, amonir oinorpriy
ilesoa. nuthoriana the aloTnir of A..ti.,n u.,.l
other mrrcliandire, and the Uaua of ncitoli
able rai'einta thrrcfor.
z. ita iiioni, which oonsiata of .hre ()
nrnt-olnnx improved ootton ooinprnaaeai two
Btuulll Onrq! tliPAM CU lpunu..Al..li..
baruea. All the adjunota nrcenaary to a well
niiiii eil ealiihllaliinent of tliia character.
Ita Ore proof warehouaea, aevon (7) in nam
bor, of capacity for atoraxe of U,wa balea
Jti lour H) Iraine warehouaoa 'metal rnofa)
cjimcity, many thoueanda tona of fortili
Ii ra, era It etc. .
ita wharrea and docka, which afford ample
room for berthing nt the aanie time ten uu
aolnr, atciun or aailina; veaaels. The are 4 of
the wnrehouae and dock nrooertv In Port..
moutb in aboutilH aciea. toirotlier with all it
o her property, which ta fully dcaoribod in
me iiaiaaoove rcia-rea to.
WM. II. PKTKRH, Rccolver.
2&G and 258 Front St., Mempliia. Tcnn.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
JTo. OQ Front lreot : Mcmphlw. Tcnn.
SLEDEBROS.,of Coino, Minn. F. M. MOKFLEET, KcBldent Partner.
Wo. 8ftla TVnwt Btrwnt.
MffTnnhvi1 Tti i aja. ei
Hit lilt? M,
Vnrrv (oiiiIh, Home ItriiHlifN.
A CiiiiplM I.lnc f (ho ahovo Cooila at I.oucHt l'rlctK.
Col (on llopr,
MAIklHl, IB A ItNUtN AKI CCIfali l JIM,
:! uikI :: Main Mrcel, Moiuplile. Trim.
GAGE & CO,
Wo. 3- loni Nfreet, : Mctranliin.
W. F, TAYLOR & GO.
Cotton Factors & Commission Llerch'ts,
No. 314 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Term.
I.lbyriil Ail vwii re Mnile on Coualitnnienta.
No. II 117 ii ton Nftreet.
Wtt tile unArrnijnM. ffrml-a and ltnnherm-
tritt irtl all Prizm drawn in The Louiniana
State .offence tehichmay if prewentzd at our
can nt ere.
J. II MJM:HY,l'rcH I n. Nm'l Rank.
H. II. KKKSiEnr.PrMSiateSial'l Ilk
A. IIAI.IWIA, Proa. n. O. Nnt. Ilk.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION 1
Ovir Haifa .tliiliiiii llihtrllinfort.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated in lMGo for twenty-live yean
by ill. luOKlallUure for Educational and
Caariiable nurpoaca with a capital of 81,-
w',oou to wuicn a reaerve luna 01 overt ibvt
(XDhaa aince been added.
By an overwhelmina popular Tota ita
(Vanchue wa: made a part of the present State
i nnautauoii! aaopied ifecember 'ii, A. if.
Ill Urnnd Hlnirle Kamberllraa.
Inert will lake lnce miinthly. h nmer
eratee or pomponee. lmoi at the lollowioc
Extraordinary (jnartcrly Drawing
In the Academy of Mualc, New Orleana,
TnoaMlny. Mtamh 10, IHHU,
Under the pertanal lupervialon and man
flea.fi.T. MiaarMrd,of Lonitalna, and
Uen.Jnbal A. Karly,of Virjinia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
urNOTICE-Ticketa arc Tea nollara
ouiy. Ilalvea, Fiflha, '4.
LIST OF PHIZES.
1 Capital Priia of. 150,0nn llflO.OdO
1 Urand Prie of. SU.WW SO.OWJ
1 (Irand Priie of. 20.KIO 2U.IMK)
2 Larra Priiel of. 1ii,ii0 iai,UH0
4 Larae Pritea of. &,(KJ ., ai,(J
ai Priiea of. I.IKM) 2D.0IK)
W) rritea of. Sim is oon
li) Pritei of 10n..... 31,(W0
2) I'riiea, of. - Hull 411.00
ta) Priiea of. UK) 6U,(aK)
MtfPriiei of. SO 60.(K)0
F.EKi.is, February L'7. Frinw !'.!:
uiiirck is Hiitl'oriiig i'roui an attack of
rviatica, anJ i unable to receive any
la tba ( o ib in 1 1 tee-Boo ma.
It is ri pnrted tbat tin; Judiciary
Committee of the Senate bus voti to
report adversely upon the noiiiiimtioii
of Zaehariah Montifiiiuery of Cali
fornia, Asuintant IiHtri''t-Attorney for
the Interior 1 "epartnient. TlierouniU
ot the I'ominittee's objei tions are Kiiil
to be tho ui'iitimentH entertained bv
the nominee with rrnpert to tlie i)iibl;'e
oi Hvstein, which sentiinentK wen
iely exir..'Hi d in a nainithlet in.
mihm uy iiini several years ;ii;o.
Senators Hoar and .hu kson of the
Suheominitteo on tlie Jmlieiary, a
pointed to investigate the charges
against Polii itor-tieriera! thxide, were
in session this morning in the room of
Ibe t'enato Comrrittee on Prviieprg
PPRIH!l( ATKIK PRlInn.
100 Approximation Priiea of t-0...
W Approximation Priiea of
100 Approximation Priiea ol 75...
2279 Pritea, amounting to fi22,.r0ft.
Application lor ratea to cluba ehould be
maur oniy to ma onioa oi tba Company in
Now Orleana, '
r'or further Informatinr writa clearly,
riviu lull addrena. r A I. rx, Ki-
preaa Mouey Ordera, or New Vork Kxchansa
in crdinnry letter. Curniry by Eiprona (U
auina of ' and upward at oar eipenio),
M. A. nAI PHIH,
w Orleiaaw. I.a.
rM A, nAPPHIt, '
or at Wrat t our 1 su, Nrmpula, Team
3!al P. 0. Money Orders payable
and adUreiw RpgiHlercd Letters to
HEW OKI.RANM NaTIOWAL BANK.
WewUrleaai. l a.
Notice of Dissolution
THE Arm of R. K. I,KE A CO., ocmpnaed
of K. K. Lea anil John HaIiI. haa tliia
d.iyboen iliaaolvail hv mil t.nnl mn..iil M.
John lie id retiring from the bunitiea. lha
uuamei.a ot raid tirm will ba continued
unuer me aauio nam. bv Mr. it. k. j.
who aucceoda to the aatnn. and mifinn.i l
liabilitiea and ia auihomad to collect all
ueoia uue siuu Inn urin.
, . , JOHN HIIIO,
Memploa,JFeb;17, 18Rii. 11. K. LEK.
Low Rates to New Or.cans
fPIIKL.,N. O und T. anil M. an I T. Uya.
win aen on juinday.i, ltith and HAI ol
renruarr, ' "oimu-lrip licteta to Wow Or-
lenna lor 8I iJO-Rcud fi r Iftdayf. Every
onn i.iiiK LO BO 100 nXP04U'OM fillllllld
patroniie Ihefnlioea and lake ndvnntuno ot
luee eiivoini rieea. a. j. fvciarl',
Ueneral I'.a'engor Aaent
b.. V. 0. nn.1T. and M. and T. Kya,
IN and by virtue of a certiin truat deed ex
ocuted hyHallia and J. K. llunton tho
24th day of February. IsSI, and recorded the
itiu uay oi marcn, ii, in oooa I V), paaa
' i iieaiaier a oni oi nueioy oounty, ten
neaaee, the noti therein not liarinc been
p.id at maturiiy, I will proceed to aell. for
eaen, ai pDHO outer; . to toe ntifbett bidder,
In front of my office. No. 2J Madison atreet,
ilemphia, Tennaaaee. on .
bur.tlay, Marrb IS, IHtiS,
tha followinc dencriboil real oatata, aituata
and beina; in rJbalby county, Ten neaaee, and
mora particularly doacribod na follow! : tie
inx tbeeaitnrn half of a 17'-r.icre tract of
land near Withe Depot, laid eaatern half
tbua described : Beainnlaa at a rtake in tha
north Una sf aald traot, tha northeaat cornet
of .that part aet off to riiiy 11. Evanti
thenoa aat 140 polea to a atake, tho north
eaat corner of aald tract i thanes eouth 260
polei to tha southeast corner of aald tract i
thenc weat with loath line of said tract 140
polea to a ataae, the aoutheaat eorner of a
part set apart to ii. II. Kyatia: thence north
260 polea to the buinn'nir, tielna same tract
et apart to Mrs. guide K. Hunt, by partition
deed, recorded book l.'(4,paaa:4fiO, Keister'a
cfli'e of helby county, Tenneaaeei to which
reference ia here made.
Tbia land will ba eold aa a whola nr In
aeveral tracts, aa may appear moat advan
tacooui oa tha day ot aale.
L. B. McFAKLAND, Trnato.
Morgan A MoFarlnn Attorneys.
No. M97 R. 7. State of Tenneaaeo, Shelby
county, Offioo of County Court Olerk.Mem-
Lhia, Tenn.. January .10, lHHO To John
oacue, Public Administrator, and as
such Administrator ol the eatate of A.
Younr, docosed :
HAV1NU suaiiestod the Inaolrency of the
estate of A. Yontiv. dwta...Mt. nn ...
hereby ordered to ariva notice, by advertise
ment in some newspnptr published within
the aaid Ktute, snd also at the Court-House
door ot Kholby county, for all pirsons havln(
claima acmiist an id estate, to appear and file
the same, authenticated in tha manner nr..
scribed hy law, on or before the 3d day of
M. C. PKAHL'K.
JOHN L. MnCLGLLAN.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch t
Ko. 276 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
'.Hoti Warehenaa-Wen. WW and 0. I'ailnw ntre.
M. S. COOVER & CO.
MAN UFACTURKI18 OF
lloorts OijinIi, IIHimIm, JtIoiiMIiikh, all kliulsi ol Door Hnl
U' I lido m I'riuiiOH, ItriM'kclw, NorolMVork, IIoiikIi and
lrHH4d Iiiiiulicr, NlilnKleis I-atli", tVater Tauk.
All klndH of Wood Work Executed at Short Nolle.
Nos. 157 to 17.1 Washington St. Mftinnlils. Taiio'
Liier M and hi
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000.
J.K.OUWlN,Pre'U J.M.GOOUBAK, Vlce-Preu'U C.II.RAIXE.CwhIer.
D. T. PORTKR,
V. 8. TIRUCK,
i. m, D.niiii.
W. N. WII.KKR
Boavrd ot Dlreotora,
J. H. SOOUBAR,
T. B. 6IMS,
n. i. uwvrr.it,
j. r. aoDwry.
J, W. FALLS,
W. P. DILNAVANT.
R. J. BLACK,
II. K DlKVIfS
0. II. I1HYAN. A. W. NEWHOM.
mWA I)poallry of Ine Ntate of Tennraano. Tranancta vtmtnt HaDklnc
nr.m nn. wavim plfHIftl ailsnlloa t IVkllllf
O Z5 j3l3NT 3T E3
May, 1W, and any claim not filed on or be
fore aaid day, or before an appropriation ol
the lunda of said eatnte ia made, aball be for-
No. M4S R.D.-In the Chancery Court ol
bhelby county, Tenn. C. T. Quintard,
Trustee, a. W. F. Uea'hmaa et al.
It nppearina; from amendid bill iworn to
in: thia causa that the defrndant, Jamea
-Martin lleatiinan. ia a resident ol Sunflower
county, Mate of il asisrippi, and a non-resident
of the htale of Tennecce:
It is therefore ordered, That he make
hia appearance herein, at the courthouse
ol Shelby County, in Memphia, Tenn., on or
bcfj.ro the first Monday in April, lHMi,
and plead, answer or demur tocotnplainant
bill, or the ame will be taken for confoi red
aa to h'm and set (or hoarin el part:
and that a copy of thia order be published
once a week, for four aucccssire weeks. in the
Heinphii An' eal, Thia lebruaty lit, lnno.
A copj st'eat :
6. I. McOOWELL. Clerk and Waater.
137 U. F. H slab, lleputy Clerk and Ala-ter.
M. B. Treievant, bol. lor ooraid'nl. fri
erer barred, but Ii in law and equity. Wlt-
n ess my nana, at ollice, tbia Xlth day of Jan
t, r . v . "' B; CLLKN, Clerk.
By Loula Kettrnann, Deputy Clerk.
Notice ia hereby riven as required by the
above order. January 311, lsriti.
JOHN LOAGUE, Admlnlatrator.
i:4LTU H WMI.IH.-Di, E. 0.
Want', Naava tno l)m TaiiTURNT,
a a-uaranreail speclflo for liyateria, Diaii
nesa, Conulions, Fits, Merynas Neural-
fia, Hoadache, Norc- Proatration, caused
y the use ol aloohol or tobacco Wake
fulnesa, Mental Depreaaion, Bnftenina; of the
lirain, resultini in insanity and leu. Ini to
miery,idecay and death Prematura 10
Aite, Barrenneaa, Loss of Power in either
Inroluotary Losses and Hpermt'.r
rbea, ca:iM i by over-exertion ol the brain,
salt-abuse or over indulsence. Each box con
tains one morn, treatment. 11 a box, or
six boxes or IT), sent ! mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. We guarcntie Six Boxea
to cure any cae. With each order rroeived
by uaforaix boxes, accompanied witu -i t
we will aend the purchaser our written
(uarartoa to refund the money If the treat
ment doe not (Sect a cure. Uaaranteel
issued only b A KKNKKltT A CO., lrui
giiU, Memphis, Tenn.;
I ".. tff -
v ' ' ...'-. - ', I . . . r f
UKOKHK H. I ox.
;) Fisher Ranges,
.vr Illustrated Cataloxuea
" Hailed Free.
257 Main St.
IcOl 18 KETTJI AJf.
Mm Merbers Co '
GROCERS & LIQUOR DEALEitS
3ZS A.l 310 FROMT STUEET, MEMPHIS.