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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MARCH Hi, 1SSG.
WIDOWS PENSION'S DISCUSSED
IS THE SENATE.
lojonriiueQt or the Uonse oo Ac
connt of tbe Dealb. of Bfp.
Wabhikotow, March 15. Tbe Sen
te this morn in? agreed to a rvaola
tion to appoint tbe Rsv. J. G. Butler.
D.D , of Waehiogtsn, chaplain of the
Among petitions presented and re
ferred to committees, were a number
from local assemblies of Knights of
Labor tmoncr out the country favor
ice the building of the Hennepin
cantl. Also, memorials of tbe Knights
ol Labor proteatius against tbe denial
of the extra pay which had been pro-
vmea lor by law lor wcrtinsmen in
the government service who worked
more than eicht hours per day. In
presenting one of these memorials
Senator Ingalla said the complaint was
a jnst one, ana me nation bad been
difgractd by the violgt'oa of the law
complained of in tbe memorial.
Senator lDfralla submitted joint
resolrrtioa proposing a constitutional
amendment providing that the 30th of
April naall be tbe day far tbe beam
ning of the successive administrations
of the government hereafter, instead
of the 4th of March. It was referred
to the Committee on Judiciary.
Saca'or Heat caned up the electital
count bill, but yielded lo Senator Van
Wvck in order tbat that SeraUr might
can up me uonee Din lccreaeing tbe
pensions of widows and dependent
remtive s oi deceased soldiers.
On motion of Senator Van Wyek
that bill was taken up. The bill, as it
came fiom the House, increased the
pensions of widows and dependent
relatives frm 18 1 $12 a month. The
cerate committee amended the bill so
as to increase the pensions cf m n
children from $2 ti $1 a month. Sen
ator Van Wjck ald the Senate bad
a'ready been charged, wrongfully
charged, he thought, with neglect of
duty in nr.t speedily t ajeuig the in
crease of tbe classes of pensions pro
vided tor ty tins Din xne bill, he
said, rught to be passed et once. He
bad an amendment which he would
propes, to extend tbe time cf pen
sions i:r insane or idiot c minor chil
drtn so as to cover the entire period
of such inanity or idiocy.
Senator Sawell said the House bill
was a simple proposition to raise the
penfioDS ol widows and dependent
relatives from $8 to f 12 a month. The
Senate committee had thought it ger
mane to the bill to increase tbe pen
sion for minor children from SI ti $4
a month, and to provide that the time
for the cooiinuance of the child's pen
sion should be extended from sixteen
. lo eighteen years of age.
Senator topaa hiped the Senate
would paBB the bill, as it came from
the Honee. If the bill were to go
back to the House with amendment
some doubt) miht arise as to its pass
age. Senator Harrison agreed with Sena
tor Lo;aa. He hoped Senator Van
Wyek would ask for a reconsideration
aud leave the amendments to come op
fceL'a or Van Wyck could see no im
piopriety in attaching to the bill
whatever was germane to it. Senator
Van Wyck them formally moved his
amendment ptoviding that the pen
sions oi children who are idiotic or
insane should continue during the ex
istence of such idiosy or insanity.
Senator Payne opposed the amend
ment. If the bill were passed as it
came from the House something
, would be accomplished. Amendments
ndaorertd its early passage.
Senator Van Wyck's amendment
was agrted to yeas, 25 ; nays, 22.
The bill then, went over until to
A. menage Iron tbe House of Rep-
reseatativtw announced the detta cf
Representative Hahn of Louisiana,
and betator unllom, who had taken
the floor to speak on the Edmunds
resolutions, j.a?e wav to Senator
i-ustis, who moved the customary res-
olutioos of regret, on the adoption of
which the Senate, out of respect to
the memory of the deceased, ad'
mum Mie suns to be destroyed and
pay tbe nwnr not 1o exceed tbree
fjertLs of surh amoont as the tppravi)
era may determine to lave been the
Tslue neiorbeipg dief awd orexpoc-d
out of anymontyj appropriated by
Conerees for this purport ; provided,
further, tha; he shall net payruo-e
thin $160 frr any rn!mal with pedi
gree recorded or recordable in the
recognized kerd tooks of the breed to
wbicn it may ne'oDg, nor more than
ttiOfirtn animal not pedigreed, and
tbat in no case shall couipenta ion be
allowed for any animal e-'augbtered
unuer me provisions n mi act mtt
may bave ccutracted or bave been ex
poeed to sich disease in a foreivn
country, norshall compensation be a'-
towed to tie owner ot an animal
where, by ternnable diligence, le
would have, prevented his anima s
from becontsg exposed; and, pro-
vineo lurtne;, teat wnenever State
or Territory h any section of which a
contagious oi int. c !ous dieeae x s's
which the Cbmmiseioner of Agricult
ure has declared to be dangeio.es to
the animal industries of the nation
fails to make provision for its extirpa
tion or to co operate with the plans of
the Commissioner of Agriculture for
the extirpation of such disca-e, tbe
President of the United States, on the
presentation of tie facts by the Com
missioner of Agriculture, shall be au
thorized to declare in quarantine the
said State or Territory as be may
deem dangeroui to the ammat in
dustries of the (ountry and to regu
late or prohibit the transDortation of
cattle out of said State, Territory or
The act is amended so as to trans
fer the duty cf guarding azainst these
diseases in the District ( f Columbia
from tbe D s'rict Commissioners to
the Commissioner of Agriculture. -
it is farther amended so as to allow
a daytime inspection of places where
cattle are kept in the Dibtrictof Col
umbia and t punish by Que and im
prisonment any person who rnttt avora
to prevent such inspection, and a lm.
ilar penalty is fixed for any person
wno knowingly concea's the pxintpuro
cf any such diseare on his premises.
The bill makes an aDDio.-riarinn r,l
250,003 to carry its provisions into
Immediately after reading the jour
nal tbe Houge adjourned, out of
'respect to tbe memory o; Represent
tive Michael Hahn, ef Louisiana,
Bureau of Animal Indatlry.
The House Committee on Agricul
ture to day instructed representative
tiatcnto report lavoraoiy a bin pre
pared by him amendatory of tbe act
establishing a liuteau of Animal in
dustry, and providing means fir tbe
suppression of contagious diseases
among cattle. The limit of twenty
persons as the number of employes to
be allowed in the Bureau of Animal
Industry is removed and tbe number
is left discretionary with the Com
missioner of- Agricnlture. Tbe chief
amendment to the bill is in section 3,
which telates to the suppression of
aontag'ous and infectious diseases.
This section, as amended, is as follows :
Sec. 3. Tbat it shall be tbe duty of
the Coo misaioner cf Agriculture to
prtparetuch rules and regulations as
he may deem necestary for theepeedy
and effectual suppression and extirpa
tion of said diseases, and to certify
such rules rind regulations to the ex
ecutive authority of each State and
Territory, and iuvite said authorities
to co-operate in the execution end en
forcement cf this act. Whenever the
plans and metho ia of the Commis
sioner of Agriculture shall be accepted
V by any State or Territory in which
pieuro-pneumonia cro'.her contagious,
infections or communicable disease is
; i declared to exist, aRd whenever the
f Governor of a State or other properly
J constituted authorities signify their
readiness to co-operate for the ex-
tin ct ion cf any contagions, infectious
or communicable disease in conformity
i with tbe provisions of this act, the
Commissioner ot Agriculture is here
by authorised to expend so much of
i the money appropriated by this set as
;, may be necessary in such investiga
j tiona in paying for ihe aui
; cals it is deemed necessary
to slaughter, as hereinafter pro
- vided, and ia such disinfection
; and other means of protection as may
be necessary to extirpate the disease,
provided that the Commissioner of
'. Agriculture shall cause fpectal in
vestigations to be xiade as to the ex
istence of pieuro-pneumonia, foot and
mouth diseases and- rinderpest in
any part of tbe United States wbxre
he may have reason to suspect their
existence, and upon tbe discovery of
any of the s diseases the Commission
er of Agriculture, with the consent,
approval and co-operation cf the Gov
ernor or ether properly constituted
authority of tbe State where such
I diseases shall be found shall cause the
I appraisal of the animal or animals af
1 fected with or that bave been exposed
i to such disease, and nnder tbe lavra of
i'heS'.a'e providing for condemning
private property for public nse shall
Amerlean Park lu ttermnny.
Representative Phelng fN. J 1 will.
under the call of S ates to-murrow.
present a memorial from the Mew
Jersey State Board of Agriculture,
praying Congress to make diligert
nvesiigation inn t&e rtaions whv
Amenta? porx is aoaointely excluded
lrom Uermany, Austin and cthor
countries. The memorial reads as f li
Whkrkas, The extreme 'ow nrice of
pork (which is one of the lari?ost crnnn
oi tne American farmer is seriously
affecting the profits of ogricultnre in
mis country j and whereas, the Presi
dent, in his recent messaze to Con-
gress, says: "I regret to say tba the
restrictions upon the imposition of
our pork into France continues, not
withstanding the abundant demon-
stiatton of the abssccs of any sanitary
danger in its use, but I entertain
hopes that, with a bettar understand
ing oi tne matter, mis vexations pro
nation win be removed. It would
be pleasing to be able to sav as much
wi'h respect to Germany, Austria and
ctuer count rtes. where such food nrn-
ducta are absolutely excluded, with
out pieent .prospects of reasonable
cbaogs." And whereas, the President
coesnotin bis messacre irive the in.
formation as to the reasons whv
American pork is abaolutalv excluded
in Germany, Austria and other conn-
Ketolved, That the State Board ol
Agriculture of New Jersey hereby rr
quest our Bopresenta ivea in Coneress
to make diligent inveitigition into
this matter and endeavor to secure
such changes as may be necesaary to
relieve this important industry from
the restrictions nsw imposed upon it
by ether countries.
In connection with this memorial
Mr Phelps will' offer the following res
olution: Bttolveti, That the Secretary of State
be and is hereby requested to transmit,
if not incompatible with the public
interest, copies of all corresorndence
between his department aud the rep
reeeutitives of France, Germany, Aus
tria and any ether European tointry
which bai partially or eu'irely re
stricted the importatioa of American
fork, icfuriing ti the Lifts of eu h ex
elusion or restriction aad the rta oua
THE PEMTETIART LEASE BILL
PASSED IHE SENATE.
Tbe Slate EqnalkaUua Board
Indefinitely Postponed by
A Remedy for Lung Dliemi,
Dr. Robert Nnwton.Iate president of
the Eclectic College, of the city of New
York, and formerly of Cincinnati,
O., used Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam very
extensively in bis practice, as many cf
his patients, now living, and restored
to health by tbe use of this invaluable
medicine, can amply testify. He al
ways said that so good a remedy ought
t) be preeciibed freely by every phy
sician as a sovereign remedy in ail
cases cf lung diseases. It cures con
sumption, and has no equal for all
McKkkspobt, Pj., March 15. This
evening John Kgeder, an employe of
the National Tube Works, was fatally
shot by A Weider, while rehearsing a
drama at Turner Hall which was to
have been presented by the Turner
Literary Society , this evening. The
shooting was purely accidental. It
seems that an old shotgun, supposed
to be unloaded, bad been procured to
practice a drill which was one of the
requirements of the lilay. When the
order to fire came the gun w as dis
charged. One side of Feeder's face
was torn away, including an ear and
almost the entire nose. K. Sehewer,
who was standing near by, received
some of the shot in the face, but was
not seriously hurt. tr. Egeder was
carried awav unconscious. Ho will
die. The play was postponed indefi
The former proprietor of Ir. Saw'
iatarrn Kcmuuy lor years made a
standing, public offer in all American
newspajer8 of 1500 reward for a -case
of catarrh that he. could not cure. The
present ptoprietors have renewed this
offer. All the druggists sell this
remedy, together with the "Douche."
and all other appliances advised to be
used in connection with it No catarrh
patient is longer able to say "I cannot
be cured." You get 500 in case of
.New York Hrjdnmla Market.
Niw York, March 15. Tbe business
at jibbing hands is progressing very
satisfactorily. From agents there is a
good movement in progress in old or
derc, tat new business bat been n,o;e
Mr. I. B. XoxoN.cashierof First Na
tional Bank of Singling, N. Y., suf
fered greatly fromcostiveuess and dys
pepsia, due to overwork and want of
regular exercise. After wasting much
time aud money in seeking a remedy,
he began taking the old reliable Ilrnnd-
reth's Pills, two every night for three
weks. He now has a good appetite,
and capital digestion, and will answer
any written or personal inquiry re
garding huj remarkable cure.
IsricuL to tms irniL.I
Jackhon, Miss., March l'. SctuUf.
Bills passed: To change the terms of
holding the Circuit Court of Clay
county; 10 regulate the construction
of wire fences in Calhoun; House
lull amending the. law fixing the tiiie
oi Holding the Chancery Court
Marshal), Benton and TipMih;
provide lor the control of the peniten
tiary. (This bill gives the Gulf am
Ship Island railroad the privilege of
taking the penitentiary alter the ex
juration oi tne present lease, Uio pnv
Hege to last till 18.r, and to pay $20,.
(KH) per annum in first liiortu-aw bonds
The bill passed by a vote of 2!) yeas to
t nays, j
The Senate concurred in tho House
amendment to the Senate bill amend
ing the act ineontorating the levee
commissions of the Yazoo (Miss.)
Bills passed: To authorize Alcorn
county to settlo oertvun claims; to
amend the charter of Water Valley ;
to incorporate tho Hill City street
railway for the relief of J. W. Itobson.
et al.; to provide for abolishing the
oflice of Liquidating Iioveo Commis
sioners and the suspension of the levee
tax, etc. ; to amend the act i ncorporati ng
I-evee Commissioncre of tho Lower
Levee District: to reauire the Auditor
and iYeasurer to make monthly resirts
to no piiDiisncu in tlio ollicial journal.
The bill to create a Stato Boanl of
iMiuaiizution wits indetiuite v iist-
the bill in relation to assessor's list
to amend tho charter of Meridian and
to amend the law in relation to the
sale of intoxicating liquors, passed.
llio bill to hx tho liabilities of in
surance companies on policies issued
in this State was lost on third reading
Ihe bill to reouiro express, tele
graph and telephone companies toiuiv
a tax on their earnings was indefi
atiii:r F.rroKT at I'i rcit.
I II. MOTIOX.
Tke CJIrU of Forreal VUj Ruyraldua;
Tonna; Men Who lrlnh-4'na-Iry
People and MrlkM.
looaaiarosDxxci orrBi irriAL.I
Ijinokk, Ark., March 15. While
there are no strikes here we neverthe
less have the terrible loyeott. It is a
new ono, too. It is a boycott against
boys or young men w ho get drunlr,
and has been inaugurated quite re
cently by a circle of young ladies who
propose to stand by it to tho end.
While a new feature in society here, it
is hoped that it is permanent,
Forrest City has solved the problem
of perpetual motion. I have just
talked with tho stockholders of a
company who are constructing a
machine for exhibition. The chief
points are a funnel-mouthed pipe to
be thirty or forty feet high, and the
machine placed at the mouth of it is
to run by tho current of rarified air
that, passing up, createB a draft. A
butterlly regulator controls the cur
rent, so that tho speed is uniform, the
current of air to act on revolving cups
like those used by the Signal Service.
A small model proves the bu t that it
will work, and tho present company
propose to construct one that will run
a locomotive. It is a strong company.
Mr. Blayrock, b capitalist : Capt. Win-
tarop, proprietor of tho Opera House
and capitalist; Goo. Wilson, con
tractor, etc., and Mr. Williams, gen
eral solicitor and counsel. A man
named Gardner is tho inventor, and
gives an interest to the moneyed parties
to introduce it. It is proposed to
exhibit it in Europe during the coming
The country people are feeling Borne
concern about the strike. Many of
the planters draw on St. TOiiis for
supplies, and tho prospect of being
cut oil' alarms them, as it means no
crops. They were generally w ith the
strikers till they saw thev were be
tween them and their cribs und snioke-
The Knights of Pythias plaved
Damon and I'ythia to a good house in
England s Upcra-liouse to-night.
Air. i. r.ngland. attorney, etc.. is se
riously ill with erysipelas.
W. 11, -hagh. the larirest planter in
the country and well known in your
city, is on a crutch owing to an injury
received yesterday which sunerin-
Hugh Boss, another planter, was
married to a vonnir ladv in Rich-
woods Sunday. Hugh is a royal fel
low and quite thrifty.
Considerable foreign immigration
here this spring. '
Arkansas is on a boom. Farmers
are opening a great deal of land, and
building houses, fences and barns
more than ever before. Every little
town and hamlet looks as spotted as
Joseph's coat, with new. nniminted
houses, and it is next to inihossihle to
get w ork done except during; a breaki
ng spell, now and then. Merchants
are bringing on larger stocks than
usual for this reason, and nltowther
the outlook seems to he good.
Col. Goodbar brought over a few
fine Hulstcin cattle to stock his farm.
Wo shall soon have plenty of line
stock. Mr. Eagle has some line Ihir-
liams, and Messrs. Matthews and
Dunlap, at Hazen, have brought in
several carloads of blooded and
graded yearlings, and the result is
that everybody bave their eyes on
improved stock and a vast improve
ment in cattle.
Mm. Laughborough, one of the pro
prietors of tho Lnrtm' Journal, is in
town soliciting subscriptions and
meeting with suocess, as she ought.
Her charming daughter is accompany
Ibr Triable Ike Kentkckjr
Louisville, Ky., March 15. A
special to the Oxtrier Jttunwil says:
The soldiers sent to relieve those
guarding the convicts against the free
miners at Greenwood mines, in Pulaski
county, arrived safely at midnight.
Homo one threw two bombs at the
sentinel. One exploded, but did no
harm. A sean li revealed no one to be
in the vicinity. All is again quiet,
though trouble may arise at any
moment, as the miners are determined
NpoII'h Emulftlna f Fate
Cod Liver Oil, with Hypopbopbite,
ia PulT.ora'y Affections acd Scrofu
lous Diseases. Dr. Ira M. Lang, Niw
York, bsvb: ''I have prescribed Scott's
Emuiaion and used it in my family
and am greatly pleased with it. Have
found it very per viewable in Scrofulous
diseases and Pulmonary affections,"
toLttoJ v- rnrnill -
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purrtt n? ttrowt tf Natural Frnft FtaTOTfc
VamlU Lemon. Oricice, Almond, Ko, ir.
iU vur M delicately and naturally at ih Inuu
PRICE BUKIHQ P0DER CO..
CIIICACO. ST. LOUIS.
(srXYSBSORS Iu o. Hi uL.T 4 BRaJ
I am a native of FnaUnd, and whll I
wu in that country I ountraoUd a terrible
blood poiton, aad for two yearn wi nnder
treatment u an oat-iloor petit til at Nottinc
bam lloenital, England, bat wu not eared.
I luffertd tbe moit aeonnini veini n my
bonee. end wej rovered witb lores ell ever
my body end limbs 1 had vrtio end deaf
po, with partial Ion o. eiaht, levere paint
In my head and eyta. etc., whi-'h nearly ras
me i craiy I loft all hooe In that country,
and failed for America, and w treated at
Koeievelt in this city, at well at by a prom
inent phyairian in New York having no con
nection with the honpitali.
I saw the advertisement of Swift' SpeeiSc,
and I daiermined to ive It a tiial aa a U't
retort. I bad airen up all h"p of being;
cured, at I bad gone ihroneh the handt ol
the beat aedioel men in Nottingham and
Now York. I took aiz hottlea nf N. H. H .
and I can lay with great joy that they have
cured me entirely. 1 am at tound and ell
aa I ever wa in my lite.
. L. rtlf.U HALtUKD.
New York City, June r.'.lKKj.
Ta the life, and he la wma who rimnmlmn It.
But in March of lutyear Um), 1 contracted
bl od poinnn, and being in tivan'ab, tla.,
at ibe time, 1 went into the hospital there
Irr 'reHtment. 1 iutTurcd vtrv much imm
rheuiDHtiam at the nine time. I did not
sot well under the treatment there, nor waa
I cured by any of the nauid meant. I have
now taken ven bott of hwill'a Specifii
and am tound and well. It drove I he po ton
out through boils on tho (kin.
Jersey City, N. J., Auguit 7, IK 5.
Two Tears aero T contracted blood notann.
After takina nreacrin ions from the heat
phyaioians here and at Dallas, 1 concluded
to vii-it Uot riprinxa, andon reicbing Trxar
kana a doctor recommended me to liSwill'a
Specific, assuring rce tbat II would benefit
uio more than Uot Sprints, Although tha
had proda-ed great holes In my back and
e;:est, and had removed all tbe hair off my
head. Jet I begn to improve in a week'a
time, and the sores began to heal, and were
entirely tone inside ef eight weeks.
WILL JUNbs, 1'orter Union Past, Depot.
Cisco, Texas, July 13, 1885.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlt eascs'raailed
free. Tag Swirr Bricino Co.,
Drawers. Atlanta Oa., N. Y., W W. 2.1d P.
SatOMAIX 8T., MKHi'UIS.
ArttLb and complete stock of Wood and
Metallic Cases and Caskets, Cloth-Covered
Caskets and Ku'isJ Kooes ajways oa
bend, aaarurdere by telegraph promptly
The Ortg-laial tstiel Only Uewtltwf
6aleaad aiways Reliable. Beware ot worn
m Imitations. Indispensable to 1.4 1 IMS
your Ureisial (or "4'hlrhawte'r'a
K.rli- -.-'and take no ether, or Inclose it
(stumps) to us for particular in Lama by
rrtartt tsiittl. le -. .. Alft.H. Itit-
rersieii nrsnirsti lis,
ItilS Bind Imb aM,anrt rhllnrla,, -.
TttA UK supplied by UKO. CUOODWITI
V boleeutlei Igoals, Besetetti.lwtesas
Tj Gas Consumers
OF IBE CITY OP MEPHIS.
IpOR all gas contained on and after the 1st
of April, proximo, by ra-tomart of this
Company, the pi ice will be Two Dollars and
Fifty Cent per thousand eub'c feet, but
where the bills are paid within the (rat five
business days of each moath Discount ot
Filly Cents per thousand feet will be made,
making a net price ol TWO DOLLAHH per
thousand cubic feet.
(I KM PHIS) GtM.IHT '.
By B. RNSLET, President.
Tog CsAlo, Mecretary.
Memphis, Tonn,, March 4, lHSti.
UNDER and by virtue of a certain deed
nf trust executed October A, 1874, by T,
H.lMiutoe and Mary K Mugec, of lecord ia
IheKeaistnr'solhce of Shelby county, Tenn.,
In Book No. lul.on page 67K, and an order
of the Chaneery Court of t"helby county,
lenn , entered October It), 1KMU M. B. W,
pitge 312), in cause of Uso K Duncan vs. T.
II. IVtuiiee et al.. No 41ti1, II. 1) , do fan I
having been ma le in tbe parment of the in
debtodnsss secured therouidnr, and at the
request of the bene ciary, I a ill, on
Tltnratlay, IHtla slay of Marcib, S,
at 12 m., tell to the hlahest bidder, lor ensh,
at publio outcry, In Iront of my office. No.
litMadi'on t reet, Ma.uphls, Tonn., the fol
lowing described mil estate situated in rShel
by county, Tenn , lo-wit; Being part of lot
No. 4. of lli-s subdivision of the lands of Ihe
estate f Beniamin Duncan, dsceated.and
uuiuani f miit'ni I jmhiiiiii ina et sieae in
the aouth line of the original tract b.1 chnins
iv links east from tne southwest corner oi
said 'ri'.'t; thence east n ohans 3 links to a
stake t thenca north .13.161 chains to a stake)
thence wcit lo 1)3 chains to a atukei theece
soath :tt.29 chains te the beginning, contain
lug' ntty w) acres, eaeept anoal in acres ol
the above tract conveyed by Deoean lo
llonry Will ams br deed dated June 1. 1874.
to which reference is made lor full descrip
tion by metes and bnands , leaving about 13
acres to be sold. The equity of redemption
and right of repurchase waived. The title to
said land Is supposed lo be good, bat I shall
sell and convey only as trustee without war
ranty. Tll.s Vebruary 24, lutes.
J. Al. UULKMAN Trustee.
Tavlr A Carroll, Attomsys.
CV CURE OP
NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and HEfWOUS HEADACHE
Am rooYincevi, afttT tMtinff it, thfit TnrHtviin
i t or the lonxa pr rrlcniliy
va aa a Vul-
Ixtauda, where It has lonit been
uaiilorerncuy Dy tho naiivea.
V;wfrY ! a Cduipouiid of Tonira with
-oVWwvt xtlier liiKnilicnui whoae cxT
atlve properties have bova th'.niiiehly U'UhI.
vfvvifvYo h ,kon liili rnally. and pro
VwyAVv diicre no unplcaiuuit ertMa.
It contains no Opium or Morphine
nill BI.R BY A lib LWUUUlN'Irl.
norM-eiwa dcNililixt and mark! coriiUve pniwrtaM
in luii,umAt It! rtniiraliiiA. anil ahtiiai Slnaunlar IUmm
auUnm. WaJ.i-xa CuLaa, M. U, Ht. Louia, Ma.
flits IrstM ToNnAiJwa In snvert casee of Hen
raleu. It una mivn etc porfefit MttHfaHlon,
O B. Omtuniiui, M. 1)., Falrbnry, ID.
.TTam mA ToNlAl.nns tn Nraralgia and lauessj.
mauiry lUiwuina44Mii. ts Ith tho rcrjr bttat mctdtii.
J. N. I'.,B. M. 1 . Vaii,kraiuk.IIL
PBItTR OWK IHil.I.AR PKK flOTn.ll.
A. A. NiELLIER. Qla lmprleT, 7(M aad 711 WAHHINHl'on AVKNIIK. NT T.lltTm.
aVS" 'nhli lvimf to Mor1uiiai niul Vlnnfcrss.
C. E. WIIESMAN.
IE & WITESBM,
389 MAIN ST!, MEMPHIS. TEX17.
Boots and Shoes I
ADLER BR0;&G0., 261 LISIN ST
,. I.' "EST ,
Latest Novelties ia Footwear
FOR BPRINQ ANDKHMMKR.
LKUANT ajfTi-tsiT" . .
Hffr.ltlOB WORKVAJINIIIP ,
i.ovvestr 1'kh tNi
AOKSW FOR TUB FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas R00 Cli Shoes
In Button, Lace and Congress.
r Illustrated Catalogue and
Mailed rrce on sin'litt Hn
hill mmm & m,
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front (St.. JlempbUe Tim.
ILL, F0NTMKB1 GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission 'LU'rchants,1
lo. IICS Montli Main Mt.. Nt. Loclt.
L. D. MULUNS, ol laU I. R. Godwin Ccl JtBj lONeR1! late el J. W.ciiweJl A.Otj
Cotton Facto rs& Com mission Lie rchanls
No. 1 TToward'a Row, Cor. Front and Union,' Wpmphla.
Fulmer.f horntoii & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers.
Ho. 30G Front filreet, :
a-- . V " SleV. AlslXju
A. 1. BOYD
2Q 4 Front St.. cr. Court. Merapliln. Tenn
W. A. GAGE & CO.
WW Front Htrect, : JIcmphfH, T-n-ia
JOHN E. HANDLE CO., I'RUPK'fi.
88 Second St. Memphis. Ter.'i.
FflJUNDEKS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTrilKRS AND DKALKRS Uf
DKillrsU ltolltTM, NHUIIlillH,
Brndlord Corn and Wheat Hill.
( olton I'resM, ol(ou lilnx,
MPECIAI. WOIH I'.-Wa are prepared to nil order,
en intii notice, forth, eele raUd MfMlieri tnl-aii
Wrensln Pull.. Vie carry in stock eee
Two Hundred Assorted Mus. . .
eysr-Nend for t'ataliene antl Prire-llst.
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SLEDGE BROS., of Como, MIns. F. V. NORFLEET, Resident ParUer.
Tfo. HB!. TVnnt Street Mmthtai Tentf awn o
E MUTUAL LIFE 1. C
KItII4UI A. Mc'liUIY,
Harrrafl'r Vulnra Intloraeel on Pollrlr..
Isa lis. World.
i : i I t 1'rfMUIout.
T ioi, 000,000
Ho Forfellnre. 'luataeat
S.XaX33C. XUIBKINZI. 1VT.X3.
JNO. P. WILKERSON, Agent,
IV o. 3 1 ollaa l-'x-lmiigp Hiillalliig. MimIiIh.
K .1P0LE0N HILL, Prcsldptit,
W;N. WILKERSON, Tlee-rreMldea I
IS f M H
IOCft A tllKERAL 11RK AMD AKIHK BUHIIfCM.
A QUARTER CF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. I. COLK. J AMES KKILLY. J0I1N LOAtiUH,
I). K. MY bKtl, W. D. BKXUKLL.
4)fli?e 11 rJalUn Ntroot, Mcniiililn, Tenn
B. WITZlLAlTir 3 Co
riioIHale Dealers and Publisher,
Beta Agenta for tee following Flrst-Olaas Iartraaienta t
Stoinwav iUid KZ.rL.albo
1T A"WIHf4 ,"AirH a;h, a ri.hr. v. d. rxAax et
1IAHIII. I LOIUU A WAKaUata. OaU
)AUi (Otailt IIKUIR.
aurA xTBW T-OCTAVB PIANO FOR !. I
Wrilo for Ofttalttima. rAw.23.t rtnd 'atf fF.Mk!1t NT., ft FMPHIN
W. JK ACBAB.
SwceMor to POiniX, TiYLOIt COm
A.KDREW 8TEW1BT, Few Orleam ANDIUiW D. GW7NNK, Memphia
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
XO.&KK AND 5j I'llOXT MTJIKUT, MFJ8IHD, ITIMX.,
STEWART BROTHERS & CQEIPMf
WITON FACTORS AM) UIKAIKSION KEKCHANTN,
W.H Oltf.l AM. r.il'INf ArA.
Oils c2 UNrTTeEtl JEStoiroo
(HIIco, 34t) Front Ktryot, Mompliis, Tonn.
nun w Titui tu - s ..... ...........
080. W. TOMLIN.
TOMLIN & BENJES,
Fine Carriages, Buggies, Extension Top & Ladies' Phaetons,
, ROAD WAGONS A'D SPEEDING Bl'MJIES.
WK BAVK THI8 DAT FORMKD A COATNlTRSniP AND PURCHASED THR
MaaufaUrtng Department ol the Woodruff Otire- Carrier, and llardw.re Co., and
leased the building in rear of their repositor?, 17V Main strec , where we shall r.ntinue the
business, aod devote oar entire time anl attention lo serring our eastitmera. We shall
aiske ReDairtni a sneeialtr and guarantee Brat-class work in all cases. Our Mr. TOM LI. 1
la had ab arge of thia Factor for years, and is too well known to rtquire leference.
k i o
yBaTltif soH puf Manafacturrnc Department to Messrs. TOMLIN k BBNJBS, ws cheer-
nds and rnstnmers,
SSI.IVF.K IIHHIAIJK AJI II 4 RHW4RR CO.
Jail reCQuimend them to our f iemls and pnstomers
O.Kc HOUCK & Co.
No. 389 Jlnin Street, Memphis.
Pianos and Organs
AT LOWEST rillCES FOR CASH Oil TIME.
EhftcOlnsic and Books.",! New Pianos for Rent
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