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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTUESDAY, MARCH , 1SS0.
FORTi-SMTH COlGfiESS. JSVSsSSt
XEW BASIS FOR NATIONAL BASK
Keaator Browns Speech ei the Sab
ject Death of Senator Mil
ler of California.
Washington, March 8 In the
Houee to-day Mr. Henley Cat offered
tor reference a resolution for the ap
pointment of a sab-committee t in
quire into alleged evasions of tbe
Thnrman act by the Union Pacific
Ktilroad Company, and to determine
whether by reason of any violation of
the provisions of that act the corpora
tion lights, pcweis and iranchiees of
the company have become forfeited. .
Thomas H. HadJ, member-elect
from the Fit h District of Wisconsin,
toak tbe oath of office.
Mr. 1 tcchard La , rising lo a qaee
tion of personal privilege, sent to the
Clerk's desk and had read an article
lrom tbe Indianapolis Journal with
reference to tbe nomination of Mj.
Lewis Merrill for promot on and it
subsequent withdrawal by the Presi
dent The article charges that Mr. Blanch
ard was arrested in 1874 in Louisiana
by order of Maj. Merrill for connec
tion with knklux outrages, and tha',
a imated by revenge, he bad rasbeo
to the Secretary of War, and succeeded
in securing the withdrawal of Mtj
Merrill's Domination. Mr. Blanch aril
said that the article was a beautifully
constructed, carefully arranged and in
' eeniously contrived bloody shirt and
kuklux outrage story, but the inex
orable logic of cold facts impelled him
to its destruction. There was not one
word of truth from beginning to end.
He bad never been arrested by Maj.
Merrill's orders, and he had nothing
whatever to do with the withdrawal ol
Merrill's nomination. He had never
at ar.y time approached the Secretary
f War or the President on thesut.j itt
He had not even known that then :m
iaation had been Bnt to the Senate
until he had reen in tbe preES tbe
news of its withdrawal. He bad no
doubt that the President had good and
suflicieot reasons for the withdiawal,
but he (Mr. Blanubard) bed had noth
ing to do with it. White be believed
tbat the conduct ef Maj. Merrill in
Louisiana in 1874 was subject to cet-ei-re,
he (Mr. Blunchard) wai not
e t,ieoable to the charge rf trying to
j 'vent his promotion in the army.
' Jnder the call of States a number
, were introduced and re-
the 'bills, tt!
f dr. Moriow flat arntin nnt aaiit
.:onihe melancholy duty devolves on me
. , announce thedeath of Senator John
V. Miller Cal., who died in this city
after a prolonged illness. -Congress
will undoubtedly set apart soma ciav
hereafter for the purpose of giving ex
pression lo the sentiment entertained
for the character and great public
services of Senator Miller. I offer the
Resolved, That the House baa re
ceived with profound sorrow the in
telligence of the death of Senator Mil
ler of California.
Resolvd, That out ff respect to his
memory tois House do now adjourn.
The resolutions were unanimously
adopted and accordingly the House
In the Senate to-day the prayer was
offered by Bishop Bowman, of St.
Leuis. The Chair laid before the Sen
ate a Utter from the Sscttaty of the
Senate transmitting a statement show
icg tbe names of the privats secreta
ries of the Senators. ,
Among the petitions presented were
a large n amber from local assemblies
of the Knights of Labor favoring the
building ol the Hennipin canal.
Senator Plumb, in presenting some
of there petitions, said they all seemed
to emanate from some central coorce
as they were printed, and handsomely
printed, and while greatly respectir g
the bodies tbat sent the petitions, he
presumed there mu't be some strorg
private interest behind its movement
in tbe interest of the Hennipin car p.l.
Senator Collum thought itwas rather I
a great pa one interest.
Senator Logan took pleasure in in
troduc ng these petit one. The caral,
he soiu, was a great public work ana
would cheapen food.
Senator MancTereon presented a P6'
tition se;ting forth tbat owing to the
hopeless destitution prevailing in lilt
nois that canal Bhould be buiit by the
government. All tbe petitions were
Senator Vance offered a reto'.ution
oontecting the Committee on Civil Serv
'thr Reform to report forthwith the bill
watrt0re tDem Prov'l'n in the repeal
. he civil service laws. The resolu
is si at Henetir Vance's request, was
wha'tbe present laid on tbe table. He
w i he would soon take opportunity
cv) address tbe Senate on the subject
mtotter of the resolution.
The resolution offered by Senator
Van Wyckwas agreed to calling on
the Secretary of the Treasury for a list
of claims fi ed with his department by
the United States Labor League un
der the act of June, 1876, making ap
propriations for payment of working
men in the Disrtct of Columbia. -
The morning business having been
disposed of, Senator Brown at 1 o'clock
obtained unanimous consent to ad
dress the Senate on the subject of his
bill "to provide a new basis for the
circulation of national banks." 1 he
bill provides tbat banking associations
shall deposit with the United ttes
Treasurer silver dollar, gold dollars
and United Stetee bonds to tbe
amount of 70 per cent, of the circulat
ing notes as desired by such associa
tion. In lieu of thes thev are to get
United States notes $100 "for each $70
so deposited. Tbe active circulation
of the United Stas shall be $30 per
capita of population, and the Secre
tiryof the Treasury shall assume tbe
population to be 60lO0O.00O. th vn).
ume of currency to be increased yeaily
at the rate of 3 J percent. The govern
ment saau nave nrrt lien oa
toe oanx as luitner aecurity for the
not s isecsd, and individual stock
holders shall be liable to the extent of
twice the n.ir value af ih rhuAi
. The per capita of circulation shall not
, be held to include the bank reserves
fixed ny law, or gold and ailver tbat
may from time to time be in tbe
Treasury. The new notes are t be
legal tender for all - debts nnblic and
.private, except eastoms dues, and the
principal ana .interest ol United
sStates bonds made payable in coin.
At 3:20 o'clock p.m. Senator Stan
ford announced t the 8enate the
death of Sena'r r Miller of California,
and oat tf respect ti the memory f
Sei deceased Senator moved an ad
. irnment. The Senate adjourned.
r'ei tations in this country resulting
Iroai disuse during tne war, and said
that if the production should he
checked at this t me it noald be difli
cult or almost impoesible to repub
lish the sources of supply within a
long period rf yea's. RepresenUtive
Li.bbel of South Carolina said the
labor employed in rice col tare formed
an appreciable pait of tbe country's
hboring pope Ut ion, and was entitled
to consideration at the hands of the
com mi fee. Representative Gay of
Louisiana spoke of tbe excessive cost
of harvest labor on rice plantations in
bis State ns compared with cheap East
Indian laoor. jlouis bebade ol
this city said that one firm in tbe West
used an amount of broken rice equal
to tbe entire production of this
country. S. S Wilkinson, a Louisiana
planter and miller, denied that Louis
iar a dealers mixed foreign broken rice
with the home product. He declared
that there was an opportunity for
fraud; the iropoi ted broken rice was
unfit for food, and two-thirds of the
Louisiana crop this year waa very
Archibald Mean of Louisville, rep
resent itive ai be said of a firm that
consumes one-sixth of the sine and
spelter product of this country, read a
paper protesting against a reduction of
duty on these articles, and setting out
tbe benefit to labor ef a protective
system ai evidenced y the upward
course of wages in Germany since the
return o! the empire to the protective
To-day Senator Wilson of Iowa re
ported favorably from the Jndiciarv
Committee the following amendment
to the I'dcllic railroad funding bill:
Whenever, in the opinion of the
President, it sba'l be deemed necessa
ry to tbe protection of the interests and
the preservation of tbe security of tbe
T ' 1 U . . 4 1 . I . ,.
uuueu Diaiss iu rerpecc 01 lis lien,
mortgige or other interests in any ol
the property tf the several companies
nan ed in the fiist section of this act
upon which a lien, mortgage or other
incumbrance paramount to the right,
t t e or interest of the United Sta'es
fjrthe eauie property may exist, tie
Sscrttiry of the Treasury shall, under
me uirection ot tne President, re.
deem or otherwise clear ofl such para
mount lien, mortgage or other in
cumbrance by paving the sums law-
f illy due in respect thereof oat of the
ireasury, and the United States shall
thereupon become and be subrogated
to all rights and securities theretof ore
pet tuning to the debt, mortage, lien
or other incumbrance in respect of
which such payment (hall have been
made, and making it the duty of the
Attorney Genet al. under the direction
U the President, to take all such
steps and proceedings in the courts
and otherwise ai shall be needlul to
protect and defend the rights and in
terests of the United SUtes in respect
of the matters therein mentioned.
The House Committee on Indian
Affairs to-day heard three Southern
Uje Indians, chiefs of bands, In favor
of Sena'or Bowen's bill to authorize
the transfer of these Indians from
Southern Colorado to Southern Utah.
They say their present reservation is
too long aid narrow, and offers too
many opportunities to the whites to
steal their csttle.
Tbe House Commit ee on Pensions
to-day agreed to report a committee
bill to pension the surviving soldiers
and sailors of the Mexican war. The
new measure contains a provision re
quiring the applicants for pension to
have served at least sixty days, and
prohibiting the drawing of more than
one pension by any pensioner under
BILLS PASSED THE HOUSE ASI)
School Trustees and Leree Cimml-
iloiers Confirmed Heavy Bat
tery for the Coast.
She hat a dainty aball-like car,
Small, delicately-veined, and fine,
boii, loving lock axomd it twine,
I m aar in all tbe world its jeer
Never waa lean.
And then a rosebud ol a mouth
White little teeth aad pouting lips.
A tmglo to my finger tii
She (ends, this beauty of the Sooth,
My fond heart's queen.
But thi. alaa 1 1 muit oonfesi
Of Coral ine:
All that she heirs with shell like ear,
With rosebui I pa the tel g, I fear,
And o I've got in many a meat
Quite unforeaecn I
ivil Service Commissioner Tren-
sunoQ, appeared before tbe Ways and
catiotns Committee to-day to exnrtss
MohI views upon tbe sections cf the
rrison tin IT biil touching rice. He
said that tbe duty on rice imported
into the Pacific States ai paid by the
Chinese laborers, who were th con
sumers, and ws almost fie only tx
Pbyntrlans Have Found 41 ut
That a contaminating and foreign element
in the blood, developed by indigestion, ia
the cause of rheumatism. Thitie tlen upon
tbe sensitive subcutaneous eovering of the
muscles and ligaments of tha joists, causing
constant and shifting pin, and agregating
im m cA pareuu-, roa; ay aepotir wlilou pro-
uut'es siianexfl ana aiaioruoa or tne joints.
No tact, whioh exn-riAnn liu-linnn.i.aiul
in reaard to Hostettor'a Stomach bitters, has
f t eviuenco to t support tbun tnis,
namely, tha- this medicine of Mmnn,iuin.
sive uses checks the formidable and atrocious
ri'sease, nor ia it los positively established
that it is preferable to the piiona often used
to arrest u, since tue medicine contains only
salutary ingredients. It ia also a signal
ram.il. f, . . mnl.HiLl - . : . . '
dy-pepsia, k dney and idadd r ailmeuts,
debility and oUer diaorders. Bee that you
vh iuv genuine.
The Annanl Flromem's Parade
New Orleans. .
Nsjw Obliahs, La , March 8. The
parade ot the lecil and visiting fire
men yesterday, waa pronounced the
finest ever seen here. Gov. English
and wile ot Connecticut, eighty citi
tens cf Portland, Me, 1200 Texans
and many thousand persons from other
states have arrived since yesterday,
E x and his retinue will be received
at the Exposition tomorrow with
regal honors. He will have a large
military and civic esoit. '
Um t il Taetsa Party Tears.
V.. S. Day of WatMnvilln. Snnte
oruz county, ual., writes Debruary S,
18SS: "When my wife was seventy
three yea's old she was troubled with
a very bad congb. and it .looked if
she wo'ild die with consumption. She
would not call in a doctor, but com
menced taking Brandreth's Pills, twe
and three .every night. Ia three
weeks she was completely cured, and
her health is now very good, and I am
sure the pills have prolonged her life
as weu as my own, lor I have used
them forty years, and am now eighty
four years old They have been my
"'Cdttw ! at BalUaaore.
Baltimohb, Mb, March 7 The
newspaper talk created bv too reading
in public of Sims's noem. '"Oat4r Joe ' I
led to a demand in ibis city, and tbe
announcement that it would be recited
last night at Ford '-a Opera-Hrxiee by
Miss Blanch Chapman attracted one
of the largest aadienoee of the season.
Fully 1600 ladies and gentlemen en
thusiastically applauded a highly dra-
hbuo rendition ot trie atach-critiused
IsrtciAi to TBI irrgiL.I
Jicksom, Miss., March 8. Senate
Bills pasted: To change the time of
holding the Circuit C jurts of Clay ; to
amend the liquidating levee act; ti
amend the stock law of Panola; to
provide for the erection of two school
houses in Greenville; t) amend the
charter of Natchf i.
House bills parsed the Senate incor
porating the towns of Laurel, Ocean
Springs, Atlanta and Knoxville; acts
amending the charters of tb towns of
Jonestown, Scooba, Bolton, Raymond,
and two bills amending the charter of
Kosciusko; to incorpoiate the Tokebs
Bayou and Wolf Lake Navigation and
Improvement Company; to amend
the charters of Blue Mountain Female
Academy, the McComb City Steam
Engine and Hook and Ladder Com
pany, and the Planters' Cotton Press,
Comprees and Stoiage Association of
Virksburg; amending tbe stock laws
of Jefferson; to establish barbed-wire
fences in district i 4 and 6 in Talla
hatchie: for the relief cf B. F.Crook :
to authorize Claiborne county to build
a schoDl-house ; to authorize the build
ing of a schosl-hoDse at Aitssia by
the supervisors cf Lowndes: to nro-
vide for the election of a public cotton-weigher
in the cilyof Grenada;
to authorize the transcribing of cer
tain old records in Leake: to create a
Board of Pilot Commissioners for
Katcbcz harbor; to anthorize Warren
county to eet'le with Mattinglv
Gunning; to authorize Scott cnuuty to
nave a certain tana record book tran
scrioed ; to authorize Oktibbeha coun
ty to sell certain lands.
Confirmations by the Senate: A
trustees of the Industrial Institute and
College for White Girls, J. J. Thorn
fon for the Sixth Congrnssional Dis
trict; J. McC. Mattin for the Seventh
District; D. L. Swea'man for the State
at large. As Lvee Cimmisoioner fo.-
JL'.n jre count', T. S. Mayse.
The act in relation to fences in Clai
borne county, passed; to incarpoia'e
inn town oi Atienton, passed ; to es
tablish a heavy artillery bat'ery on
the sea coast, passed; to piovide for
toe payment oi levee taxes by rail
roads doing business in the Levee Dis
trict, pasted ; to amend the act to in
corporate the Yszio Delta Comoanv.
passed ; for the relief of Circuit and
Chancery clerks of Sharkey countv.
passed; to provide for the election of
nu i road uommissioners, passed; to
graat an extension of time for the set
iieuiHui oi ceimn judgments on
Bharkey county, passed; the act r
quiring the State Treasurer to cover
into the State Treasury any cash ba-
ances remaining from appropriations
and for other purposes, passed; the
act providing for the better manage
ment ol the public institutions of the
Pending the consideration of the
appropriation bill the House ad
THB APPBOPRIATI0N BILL,
an it pawed the committee of the whale
ot the House, gives to tbe Natchez Col
ored Uollt-gfl the sum of $100011500
was asked for. bnt a comnromUa was
maae on mat amount.
col. h'rab'b bill
to - eftabliflh a heavy battery of ar-
uuery uu me Beacoasr, asking lor a
small appropriation in order to secure
the appropriatioa made by Congress of
.iuuu to erect heavy batteries slong
the coatti of the States, met with little
encouragement at the start, but on
being explained passed by a unani
Prolestlnft- Agalnat Any larrlnge
uient on Ibelr "Rights."
Salt Lakb, Utah, March 8. A
large meeting of Mormon women was
held iu the theater Saturday until a
late hour. Many speeches weie made
and a protest adopted. The speech to
nphold the rights of women to go into
polygamy eaid that thousands of
women in the East now in prostitution
would be glad to be made wives euch
as tbe speakers were. It waj main
tained tbat the government here had
no right to say women shall not marry.
it might as well take the onoosite
course, anu compel virgins lrom clois
ters to marry. Such tosial references
should be respected. The government
had no right to interfere. The protest
aeciareu teat womanhood bad been
outraged in the Uiah courts in aues
tions about expected maternity, fath
ers oi cnuuren, etc. outirage was ue-
c area to be a vested right in women
here not to be attacked. An emphatic
aeniai wai made that they voted other
wise than according to their free will
"Noblewomen' who had refused to
answer questions propounded by the
courts were eulogized, and the action
ef Judge Zane and United States
Attorney Dickinson reauiring test!
mony from a legal wife against her
husband in unlawful cohabitation
caws, was condemned. The wives and
mothers of the United States were
called upon to come to the assistance
of the women of U tab. in their resist
ance to interference with their rightr.
A committee was appointed to memo-
rializa the President on the subject.
SFlCIAL . v
MOST PERFECT. MADE
aPnmtt'nf Mmnrw Natural Frnft Ftami
Yam I U, Lemon, Orange, Alnioml, Kmc, etc.B
H.wr as delicatdy and natunilly as ttto IVuiU
PRICE BAK1N3 POWDER CO..
CHICACO. ST. LOUIS.
Thoug-b. painful and wearin almost beyond !
eiHlumnoB, Is not an Im-ursblr divesr tf matt
ed in tune. rVr'ii ii. other liixw' hxs -i
baffled Uie rfloru of irii nor end ninliclnc u I
uii wuiiihi n,niMiyneivdlMM. rf.tiu
5&&VM. St!!'.!? CUts KHEUMA-
j 17 Tls,M,.n'' u 'i!y en
dorsed by many of tbe Leading Fhysiuant.
WHAT THEY SAY : ' "Hw rln Towoajjvs a fair trtj. sal think M
a'T03CULEnikid4iwallihst I- I,i!.,m.1 f. wV, d " " ntMidji 1 b,if fouud lut iUMUuutiMu.'
II. C. Siiar. M i.. o.mtu, U. i B. F. Davis, BniiM, Ma
ron sale by au, Dirt-Gems. micK oxc dollar per bottle.
A. A. WELtlFB. RtJ PmrrWnr 1Q nd Til VASIIlNliTO AVFWR. BT. LOUIE
R4 am af lBfUnmawy Hbasawaass
U-Uj iuj patrat m out and dotnf well.
W. W. Baxtul M. D.Banaa. m
I "tr wit iflnlra TnimiLnnr ipiusons al other
. SO-csIImI rbHiiuaUo tvtnMliMa.1
8. 0. Wuimua, M. D, llanofo. Hi.
M1POLE0N HILL, President.
..... W" WILK:Kh0SI,Ylce.rrr8ldeB
Flesh Producer & Tonic !
Hear the WlturNara!
10 to POCNDIl
A, Has r BIxly-Elsbt Wlalrrs.
I am 68 rrs of ace, and rvcard Qutnn's
Pionaar a fins tonic for tbe lesbla. Br Ita
nrs my stranath has bsa restored ana my
weiahtinorasrd tn pennds.
A F. tt. CAM I'BKLL, Cotton Oln Maker.
Macon, Oa.. February IS, m.
A OrlpiId Coaflrderale Nays:
I on'y weighed 128 pounds wbea I com
menced Quinn's Plon r, and now welah 147
poundn. 1 eould hardly walk with a stick to
aupnort me and can now walk lung distances
without help. Its benrSt to me is b-yond
calculation. R. KUiUfj IIOSTICK,
Mdouu, Ua. Cotton Buyer.
Mr. A. II
Rramblptt, Ilard ware Her.
or Fomytb, Ua , Writes i
r A UENEBAL FIRE AND
A QlrfTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FURRTKNHBTM, WJ(. I. COLB. JAMES RKILLT,
8. MANSFIELD. D. i. MTKH8. """"ty j).
n V-TII L'M
IP n a ill won Nlreet, ff emphlw. Tenn
DILLARD & COFFIN,
r ChmIi ArlvwiifHa to Irterrliwrita and Plnniera.
cro-sol ton tuxiinlS in welnlit
mend Uuinn s Pioneer as ton c
It acted like acliarmoa myaenrrul health.
I consider it a fine tonic. 1 weigh mors than
i have lor25 yeais. Hespactlully,
A. U. BHAMBLETT.
Mr. W. F. Jon, Mnron, Hays t
My wife has rcaainod her strength and In-
t. e recoin-
W. F. JON ICS.
I)r. W. lelbrliKv. or Allauln.Cla ,
Wrllc-a ol'Cailun's Plourrr
Guinn's Pionerr Blood Itcnewerhaa boon
uisod for years ith unprecedented succoss.
Ills entirely verotahle and does the system
no harm. It iiuproves the Hi pnlile, iliaes
tion iind blond waKina, stiruulittina, invig
orating and toningupall the functions end
tissues of the svsUm, and thiiit booouies the
greut blood rtnewer and health restorer.
PIONEER Itl.OOO KENEWEB
cures all Blood and Fkin Di'eases, "rheuma
tism, 8 -rolula. Old Sores. A perlect Spring
It not in your market It will be forwarded
on receipt on r rioe. timall bottles, II. 0U;
large bottles, 11.76.
Kssay on Blood and Skin Siseasei mailed
MAC01T MEDICINE CO.. Macon, fla.
Curo DisoAMii of
Worses. Cattle. Sheep
DOG3, IJ0G3, TOULTIiY,
In nso for over 20 rears lv I'ai uirs.
Stockbreeders, Horse It. It., &a.
Used by U. 3. Government.
r STABLE CHART "C
Mounted on Rollers A Book Mailed Free.
Humphreys' Mrd. Co., 109 Fulton St., N.T.
mil m mcfcZH
ID una LUi vt-nra. The Olliv RiircoHHfUl MmHv tnr
Nervous Debility, Vita! Weakness,
and I'roHtrfttion, from Ovfr-wnrlc or other oauwu.
yi pur vuil, or ft viaitt and Imct vml powtlur, for fft,
NtLD tir DitiUKMriin. urttr-m xi-tpriul u.i raofllptof
priut). HuauiisarDw HttllflM lo., lOU tulUta lit. A. I.
L. D. MULL1NS, of UU J. R, Godwin k Co. J At?. T0N0R. UU ol J. W. Citdwtll A Co
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard' Rowt'Cor. Front anil Union. HphipIiIh.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
&6.89S Front Nt,, Mmlil. Ten si.
ILL, f Omil e ilO,
Cotton Factors, Commission nerclianb,
Mn. HO Month Wftln hit.. Hi. Loufi.
DH. i. JOliMSOJi'S
Mo. 17 Joffrrgoi Strtet,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
D . IK.tnbli.hedis WW. I
R. JOIINxN is aoknowlednd ky all par
ties interested aa by far the moat auo
eesslul physician in the treatment of privata
or secret diseases. (Juirk, permanent oures
uarantecd in every rase, mats or feirals.
Kecent caies of Uonorrhsa and Syphilis
cured in a f w days without the uae of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance trom
bunnens. Secondary Syr bills, the last vee
tire eradicated without the uss of mercury.
Involunsary loss of semen stnppeij in a short
time, rjuflerer, from imotency r loss ol
sexual . were restored to tree vivur in a few
weeks. Victims of self-abuse and eicessire)
yenery, sultorins from spermatorrhea and
lussof physical ind mental power, speedily
and permanently ru ed. Particular attan
tinn paid to the lieae ot M omen, and
cures (uaranleed. Piles and eld soree cured
without the use of eau-tieor the knife. All
consultations strictly contdential. Medi
eints sent by aapresa to all parts sf the
erWorklncmen cored at half the usual
rates. Olhos hours front $ o'clock a.m. to
o'c'ockp.ra. 1). 8. JOHNSON. .M I)
HBK WKsiT FRIEtflU
DR. J. BRADFIELD'S f)
Orncs or JOHN MAN0UUK, Maaraia, Tawa., February 16, 188.
I have this day agreed with
THE I.lVEItMOItC FOlLMrltY A MACHINE COMPANY
for the aaln of my entire ajock of Wrought Iron. Nut., Washer, and Heavy Hardware, the
same to take effsot March 1. WW. In retiring trom the business in this oitr, I dosire to re
turn thanks to my trtends and customers for their liberal patronage daring a period ot
twenty years.land also to assure them that the business wi be turned over to .reliable
and rcaponsiule parties whom I have known Intimately lor many years. I can safely assure
my friends and customers that their orders, under the new management, will have the best
care and attention, and I ask lor your oontinued patronage., JUI1N MAN0UUK.
Referring to above very fl sttcring noMce, wo take pleasure inannonnnlna-tha fnllnaln. ,..
faii management for this additional Depurtment-the same to take effeot March
A. n, I.IT1.RMORE, lrmllfnt.
II. A. TATVH, Kcc'jr aal Trraa.
The Livermore Foundry & Machine Co.
ARE NTH. 1, THIVMril AHT.
For tftaanveara thev hava ali,ltl ..In.. I
In lavor, and with sales constantly increas
ing have become tha moat tinnul.p HitpuMU
thronvhont the United rjtates.
lbs u quality la wsaaiNTSD to a s twios
IB 1.0XU aa nrdinara t1iikHKTM. Wm hiv.
lately introiluced the li and H II gradea
with Kt Lonii tt'iisT, and can lurniia
them wheu pretcrr.Mi.
lligliest if rli from all the World's
rsxt t iii-s. The Inst medal received Is tor
'IKHT tlKORKK Of MkkIT. f'rnin the lutjt Kviwt.
sill. in held at New Orleans. While scores of
patents have hren li nnd worthless, the prin
ciple' of ibe Ulvve-Fitting have proved in
valuable. Hetailers are authortted to refund money,
II, on examination, these Corset, do not
prove as represented, l er sole) every
alala;nn free on anpllratlosa.
TlittiiiNiin, I anirdtiii Jj.,Npw York
1 liel'.lt'ctnit.alvHiili'riM.pfiiMirv 1 .-tt l.a
I'o.ilKo t 'nt'f lor NtTvoti. IIHitlii v, I
i t laiir, i ciiHiioHM, i-rt'ii
c. Ac. ii.ii.isi Upward i
Ac. A i. '.ll.isi Upward lail It e.erv Holt
o sH does not ircncrnto a jruulnn r.lecti io
cuiTMit, I'rUia riHliKiil to S.t. Vr ltl earn
licit we aiiol a wrkttin frnarantoa tt return
the full aiiMiuut lmlit If It dwa not make a
ronulile cure. Ht-alcil partlrulara sent fre.
KI.KllTHIO 1IKI.1' AdV.NCY. cornrr Flat.
bean Avenue and mate Htreot, Brooklyn. H. IL
Kutloe Is Hereby Hitch,
rnil AT the annual meeting of the atock-
nf lha lth...,i.uk.. llhl..
and southwestern Itallroad Company
(or the election of Directors and
such othor huiiioss as may noma before the
meeting, will bs held at the omce of tha
Company, in the oity nf Memphis (called lbs
Taxing Pl.t? lot ol Hhelby County), Tenn.,
on the Aili Hay sir Airl, Istae, at li
o'clock noon of that day, and that the leasa
froiu IhatConipnny to the Newport New, and
Mia-ias ppi Vrllev Company will be sub
mlilnd lo the stockholdo s for their consent
therein and approval thorof. Transfer
bouks wl l be closed lrom March Uuth to
April II, lHWI.
. If r order of the President and Botrd of
Diroclora. IHA AO K. is ATKS, Heoretary.
280 and 22S Scroud Nlret, MeiublM, Tenu.
Dealers in BAR, HAW Is AMI HOOP IROlf, Boiler, Firehed and Biest Iron.Nuti,
Washers, Klvets, Nails, Heavy Hardware and
In connection with our Tonndry and Marhlna llsi
we believs we are in ths best position to supply any and
Wrought or Cast Ironwork, Machinery, Heavy Hardware and Kail way Supplies.
n.n.itm.nl liln 1TJ A.I . .1 ,
........ , in. w ill nu.in, SLreei
y any and all demands lor every character of
5&'e nKicr mtratf
rtMi Im qrghm
la r yra-. "
Mil W'rtjMAH A '
Orders for tills I'oal, In large or small cjuaiilllles, mied by
I M. IMTTJSHSOJV Jb .. VMi .TpfTprfinn t
rtr Telephone rWV
" "OT NAT Crab Orchard Water
will Curs Cancer. Epilepsy or Heart Disease,
but ISo Max Crab Orchard Water as a
A Card From t'nthbert, Ga.
This is to certify that I naad Dr. Mnxlas'a
Lemon Elixir .or neuraliia of the head aad
eves with the most marked benefit to my
cneral health. I would gladly hava paid
rU0 for the relief it has given me at a enat af
iortU. H. A. UK ALL,
Clerk eup. Court, Uandolph Co. -Lemon
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat. Bronchitis. Pneumonia and all
Throat and Lung l)ii eases, except Consump
tion, which aiie 're it palliates and greatly
relieves. Price 24 cents.
Lemon h lxlr and Lemon Hot Drops sold
fall heading drugnists. Prepared by U.
This famous remedy mnt happily meets
thedemand of the aire fnr woman . nnonii..
and multiform nflliotions. It la a rcmerly
for WOMAN ONLV, and for one KpKvjIal
CLASS of her direasea. It is a aneniftn r,.v
certain diseased conditions of tha womb.
and proposes to so oontrol the Menstrual
junction as to reirutate all the derange
menta and irregularities of Woman's
HOHTHLY 8U KNE8N.
Ita proprietors claim for it no other medical
property; and to doubt the fact that thia
medicine does positively nosseaa aunl, enn.
trolling and regu.ating powers la simply
hi uiBuiomi ino vuiunuiry iesii.iiony OI tnou
sands ot living witneseis who are to-day
exulting in tha restoration to sound health
RADt'IEL'S . .
ia strictly a vegetable compound, and la the
product of medical aoience and praotical ex
perience direotsd toward the benefit of
It is ths studied prescription of a learned
physician, whose specialty waa WOMAN,
and whose fame became enviableand bound
less because ot his wondertul auecea, in ths
treatment and curs of female complaints.
THK RKQULAT0R is the ORANDKST
REMEDY known, and richly deserves ita
OMAN'S 1EST X MEND
Because It control, a class of funotioni the
various derangements oi whieh cause more
ill health than all other causes combined,
and thus rescues her lrom a long train of
afflictions which sorely embitter her lite and
prematurely end her existence. Oh, what a
multitude of living witnesses oan testify to
Its charmina: effects! Worn , take to your
PRKCIOtS BOOST OF HEALTH!
It will relieve yon of nearly all the coin-
plain's peculiar to your sex. Ralv mmn it
aa your saleguard for health, happiness and
bold by all druggists, rjend for onr treat
ise on tbe Health and Hanniness of Woman.
maiimi iree, wnicn gives an particulars.
' I H M U A II b I U' I . II UL' l .1 TltU V,
. Box 28. Atlanta, tfa.
AND TRUST COMPANY.
BOARD OF TH.TT1BITI3 EI.
J. 0. HANDWKRKER,
DAVID P. II AM) UN,
JAMES A, OMBKItti,
NAP0LFON HILL, MICnAEL 0AVIN,
LOUIS HANAlltH, TUOMAS TtOYI K,
S. H. BHOOKS, T. II. MILlltlRN,
andrkw kenkert, hol colkman,
James s. kobinson, wm. katzenuerqer.
r Deposits received In sums of 1 and up sard, and Interest allowed on tarns Semi-
n li u UctiJe
srWe buy and sell local Investment Bonde and Securities generally, pay taxes, act as
trustees, asd, in general, execute any financial business requiring a safe and responslb.e
ar We Issue drafts, In sums lo Suit pnrchasers, on all parts of Europe.
r We have a commodious Vault for the deposit ol valuables, which Is at ths asrvics of
our customers, of Cliarsre.
D. F. IJADDEJi, I'reslflPBt.
- '-if- JAMEH
1 . EW. W0L0SMITH, Vice-President.
If ATI! AN. Cuahlcr.
SICK HEADACHE I
It at Rollabls at Quinine for
CHILLS AND FEVER.
TRY A 1I0TTLE-K0LD EVKRYWHERE.
bee that Crnb-apole trade-mark It on all
package! of "fmlta" and "Water."
Crab Orchard Water Co., Prop's.
SIMON N. JONES. Vanaswr.
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 8I
li. Second St
S. V 7 fci iHf n.. s " I
LUMBEK TARD !
BrinMey Car Worts Mannfact'o: Co
P. M. STANLEY,
- F. HOIST a&sORO.,
flUcctasoBS to a. a. Hour bbo.)
Jaslah Davis's Trail ble.
Joeiah Davio. North IfiddlAtown.
Ky writes: "I cm now uninc box
of onr HENRY'S CARBOLIC
SALVfi npon an nicer wh.'ch, f ir the
pass ir aay", cat Riven me great
Fain. T Ins sal vh is the orly remedy
have t itind that has given me any
ease. Mr nicer waa caneed by vari
cose vein, and was pronounced in
cnrable by my medical advisers. I
find, however, that HENRY'S CAR
BOLIC HALVE is effecting a core,"
beware oi imitations.
r- ,., 1.. 1,;, .
820 main ST., Mcsirnia.
A FULL and complete stock of Wood and
M.tallic Cases and Caskets, Cloth-Cowered
Caskets and Bnrial Kobet alwart 00
hand. Mrurdert br telasraph prompUr
ttORn ,A MONTH. A itents wanted.
UU be,, selling articlei in the world.
0ns sample frea. Address
J A If UR0Nt0N, Detroit, Mloh.
M sMtlaoai Btrt. Jlemphls, Team
AJ0LL stock of Wooden and UeUllle
Cam and Caskets, Bnrial Robes, etc.,
alwart on kand. Orders brTeleiraph or Tel-
ephons PYomntly attondad to.
A Valuable Paten 1
Daaujr's (Horse) Corn and Pea flso-
HA VINO perfecttd-mv invention, I wish
ro ulnoe it before the Dublin, a.nani.llv
m riulMturer.. fa , forn Planter, it ia a
perlect -n sees opens the drill, dirtribate
the teed i-..rBia.,. nn.Mi.rad. n 1 ,n....
the tame, thereby one man performing the
work of three. Ibe. hare been used in
this Section lor ai.p . Hnin Tear, with
iect satisfaction. Can five resxi.libis test!
oniais. - addreat
JOHN 11. D ANCY, DancTville,
Hawood oountr, lean.
Jlrlnkley, Ark., Blanuriu-lnrorej el
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
ARB DKaJLEHH IW
Doora, Sanh, Bllndn, Urcsed Floorlnr, Olllntr, Weathcr-Boardinir,
jprefm NblnKleM, LatliH, Kto.
ff Oor ".'' '.'""nrpajiaed by any sawmill in the South for III Ins orders promptly.
lloOTlllff. CelllOff. Kldinff. Hlen Lrnnh., .nrf Pvn..-. Ukln.l.. . . . ' ui- VV
Lumber of all dimensions. , We make the Wholosale Business a special feature. Orders
solicited and promptly filled.
OEO. BA.YWIIiL.EIt, AGENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street"-.McrnPhiw. TennensoA.
7 ; - i
i Johsa .RalllTasi,
!f"" i''ia'v. v
H. J. Vlat-f
Wlioleaale tOrocers, Cotton Factor
'" t ' f ' ' And Commission Mercbantt.
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tcnu.
MTWIII ADAKB AMO JirrUMOsT,
Mt.X N. RAINKY devotee hlshole time te the weishlni and ta'e ot all Cotton entrusted
tonnreharsa Q"'tn W.rehooae. jft Wa.htnetnn trt.
O AUfO ENGINES
wooD-woRKiwq MACH INERTT
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIAN CES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
a WRITB1 FOI1 CATALOGUE. Tjsj
"i HicnF.airi.R'n emslikii "
Tlift tlrlirlstnj and Only Iseniilne.
bale and always Reliable. Beware ol word .
si .-Imitation. Indispensable t I- IHI.S.
A-i your IsrnmclMt lor tH helrr
t narl' "'and take no other, or inclose 4a
(stomps) to us for particulars is i.amt by
reiara mall, a MPIK. Col-
rheairre lirmlrnl .,
lltl.i Hnillasn Hanaro, PhllaKla , -.
TKAlsfi supplied by OEO. C.UO0DW1N
holal Ar'et.. stn.inn, M.a
This BBLT or Re
pressly 'or the cure
ol defeneration of
tbe teneratlve or-ran-
There tt no
mistake aboo thisin-
'4sr" .'jr . itruinent the cob-
vW'sW ., s??Vov!Jnw,
kAz&i :?rtHi i i'r
l LNVUi LI n, 'n'oT'rl
them to-kealthr action. De noleoniound
this with Klactrta Bait. adv.nii.H u.
all lilt from head to toe. it i. fnr tha ON It
tpeoiflo purpose. For "irculars sivint full
nformatlion, addrese Cheever Electric Belt
Co.. I"'' "'.-ti tr. CM . HI.
Kemkpi s asa. A victim of routhfullmpnul.nea
(SUCCKNftOZta) TO HTEBMBERQ
TOBACCO, CIGARS & PIPES,
336 Front St., Cor. Union, Memphis, Tenn,
vs.usi.isH i mmssvurw I'txjaj. nerroas iieointr, ijotv
HauhiMKt, o.,hr.n tried in vain rrj known
ranifHlr. hvu .1 laoovarsd ft niinplo rannof ! f-cnr
whh'h baw.t'M-.' KKllK tohn fr-llow-aMiffrr-
. ddr. J..U.iaJl.:Yla
Notice of Dissolutioir.
TUB Urni of R. 8. LKK A CO., composed
of K. E. Lee end John Held, has thit
dtv be n dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
John Heid tetiiint from the bu iness. Ike
bui'.est of aid Br in will be oontinued
under the anie name by Mr. R. K. l.ee
who ancoveds to tbe same, and assumaa all
ll.hili'iea ard ia authorised to collect all
debts due said lsts firm.
Uerphil. P.b. 17. 1886. Li a?"