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STILL DI9CC8SISG THE EDMODS
Speeches b Sesator. Brawn and
la the Boue.
Washintoii, Marco 18. Senate.-
The Cbar 'ala before the 8enn
concurrent tesolation of the Leiflala
tare ol Virginia protesting aR-alnat the
propoeitton o pin foreign oree on
the free list. Referred. -
Senator -Oullom celled np bit m
t;. u airila to make the tnter-
ettte commerce bill a epeoial order for
March 30tb.' 1 V x " ' '
rjeoatot flatt' would not ohject to
the motion, hut thought the (Senate
should tke up the bin for the admie
eion ol Waablngton Territory when
the present unfinished buaineee ehoald
hare been dlipoeed oL '
' Senator Caflem'a motion wai agreed
Senator Hoar called hie motion of
enter day t9 make the bankruptcy
,in a nrwriftl order for March alii.
saying, howe?er, that he did not ex
pect to antagniw tne luwrnusvo cum
meree bill. , . ,
Senator Hoar'e motion waa agreed
' Senator Allison called the urgent
deficiency bill, and the Senate con
curred with the House ot Representa
tives that tome of the Items making
up the turn expended for the funeral
obsequies of Gen Grant were net
properly of an "urgent deficiency"
character. The remaining Senate
items were also insisted.
The Senate ptnwd without debate
the bill providing for a commission of
fivepertona to investigate tbealcoholie
liquor traffic, its relatione to revenue
and taxation.and its ganeral.economic,
criminal, moral and scientific aspects.
The Sinate also pissed the bill pro
viding for the study in the schools the
Territories and the District of Colum
bia of the nature of aleobolic stimu
lants and narcotic. The Senate
passed a bill to remove the charge of
desertion from the records of the Ad
jutant-General of the army against
soldiers who re-enlisted in the late
war without having received a dis
charge from their first regiments, pro
vided the Secretary of War shall be
satisfied that the re-enllstment was not
tr ujitiM Vwinnlv.
Senator Logan called up his bill "til
increase the etnciency ot tne army.
It was smended and ordered printed.
- At 2 o'clock the unfinished business
tin placed befora the Senate, being
the retolntions reported by Senator
Edmunds from the Judiciary Commit
tee expressing the Smite's condemna
tion of the Attorney-tioneral for re
fusing to furnish rupers called for by
Senator Van Wyck offered as un
amendment to the resolutions the fol
lowing: "And in all inch caws of re
moval the matter of confirmation
i hull be cootidered id open session of
bVtator Sewell, occupying the chair,
remarked: "The amendment will be
printed and lie over."
Senator Itrown then took the lloor
in opposition to the report of the ma
jor.ty of the committee. He said it
eeeraed to him that there waa but a
single question at issue between the
l'res uleut ana tne majority ot l ie
Senile. Thit question will, hid the
Presidrn', without the advlrs and
consent ol the Senate, the power to
remove a Federal officer when in his
opinion the public interoit required
such removal ? Senator Brown argnel
at lenttth to show that the constitution
conferred the power of removal on
the President alone, and that as the
constitution waa the supreme law,
thst settled tbe qui h'.Iou, no matter
bow many acti ol Uongreea might
have bean passed in violation of it.
He read Irom the comtitutlon, and
from speechee ol distinguished men,
and cited opinions of tbe Snpreme
Court in support of hit position. The
Senate, ho said, had no more right to
demand of the PrrHldent the evidence
on which be actad or the reasons foi
his action than it hid to demand of
the Supreme Court the reasons for Us
decisions, or to demand of the House
of Representatives its reasons for pass
ing a particular bill. It had no more
power over the Subject than had the
President to aik the Senate far its rea
sons for rejecting a nomination. The
attempt was a naked, bald usurpation
on the part ot the Senate. Senator
Brown maintained the tenure ot otlice
law, which he termed "an absurd
law," waa In direct violation of the
constitution, It a'temptsd without
authority to limit the legitimate power"
which tbe conn, union conlerred on
the President in making - removals
from office. In conclusion, Senator
Brown said the people of this country
coretitute the nigh court of appeals,
and it is the judgment of that high
court not that tlie Pretideut line used
the power of removal, but that he hut
failed to use it with sufficient energy.
If there 4a any charge asraintt him in
the popular mind, it is not the cUaige
of commission bnt the charge of omis
sionnot that lis has made mis
takes in making appointments or
removals from office (doubtless he
hai made some), but that his
mistake bai been omitting to use tbe
power in sufficient force. When the
people of the United called to the high
and responsible position he now tills
and placed in his hands as a great
trust the executive power of thin gov
ernment, thev expected that in carry
ing out his policy he would put in
office, and retain in office as his aasiet
' ants, persons of ability and integrity
who concur In his policy, and are
ready to render important and faith
ful service in carrying it to execution,
It waa not the ictention of the people
that the executive offices of the gov
ernment should bs filled with political
spies, plotting how they soonest can
overthrow the administration and
eympathlia with those who from the
outside make war upon it, than thev
do with the President and his friends
who sre attempting to sustain his pol
icy which is intended to advance the
beet interests of the country. Let the
President exercise the power eon
f erred on him by the cocstitution, and
remove from office thoee who are not
in accord with his idminiatra'inu and
not readv to do faithful service in aid
ing to carry out his policy, and rill
their daces with honest, capable mea
who ar ethe Iriemls of tbe ailminittra-
tion, and the universal acciamauon ol
tbe country will be, "Well done, soxl
and faithtul servant. kit. rresiueni,
the people, the high court of appeals,
tn whom alone the Preeident is re-
nmuihla for ths manner in which he
iflrcises his discretion in the matter
11 MiTiflTI I irom olQe. will order
non-suit in the great case of George F.
Kdmunds &Co , Republican managers
of the Senate, vs. Grover iieveiana,
President of tbe United States.
Senator Spooner took the floor in
support of the majority report. He
eaid'he would make no attempt to die-
guise the fact or npologire for it that
the fartnnee of the Kepublicas party
w ere very dear to him. He would not
attempt to deny that be wished that
tbe party might here and elsewhere
reap every lair party advantage wmca
might be taken from the blunders tad
shoitoomings. If any there were, of
this administration. "But 1 nuev:
continued Senator Spooner, "that I
do not forget, and shall not forget,
that I am a Senator of the United
States, as well as a Republican, and
that as Senator my first duty always
is re the people, and that I have bo
right to take action here to subserve a
party interest which would be harm
ful to the interests ol the people."
He denied - that the ' Republican
mojority fcf the Sonata desired
to Damper the President, and,N. after
reading the ti jnate resolution' calling
for the papers in the Dustin case and
the Attorney-General's reply-to it,
characterised the letter" is a most re
taaikable fwpooae. coming iron an
executive office l 4 ' legislative body.
Senator PponeK)dtiueat length,
but i final!? yields loia motion for
executive iesion, and when the doors
were reopened tie SenateVdjoarned,
Senator Sp ixmer still tiaylg, the floor.
t. r. Tase aaeaae.
The following committee reports
wnra nreaented in the House : ' '
By Mr. Harris Ga J, Irom tbe uom-
mitlee on Ways ana Meaue, autnons
ing the establishment of export tobac
co manufactories and (or a drawback
on imported articles used in manu
facturing export tobacco. Committee
nf tha whole. -
By Mr. Collins Mass., from (lis
Committee on Judiciary, to establish
a uniform system of bankruptcy
throughout the United States. House
By Mr. Dunham 111., from the
Committee on Commerce, relating to
the license of vessels sngaged in tow
ing and carrying persons in addition
to their craws. House cslendsr.
In the morning hoar the House re
sumed the eoneideiation of tbe bill
conferring jurisdiction on the Court
of Clsims to investigate privste and
domestic claims ether than war claims
agn'nst ths United States.
Mr. Winter Mo., tbe author of the
bill, explained its provisions, and ad
vocated Its passage ai a maltsr of jus
tice to claimants and a measure ot re
lief to Congress.
Mr. Gibson W. Va 1 and Mr. I'etU
bone Tenn. while favoring the tenor
ot the bill, objected to tbe exception
of war claims from its provisions.
Mr. Springer cutd that the War
nialma Committee would prepare
bill covering these claims. Pending a
demand for the previous question, ttis
morning hour expired and tbe bill
went over ai unfinished business.
The House then went Into commit
tee of the whole (Mr. Townahend 111
in the chair) on the Indian appropria
tions bill. The consideration of tbe
bill dragged drearily along, no amend
nnta of anv linoortance being (f
fered, andeueh as were offered nua'ly
being ruled out on a point of order,
after long and uninteresting discus
sion. After finishing fortv-two of the
tnrtv-eiuht nages ol the bill, the com
mittee rose and the House adjourned;
Tbe Senate Committee on Finsnea
has voted to report favorably upon
the nomination of a number of inter
nal revenue collec'ors whose predf cbs
anra were suspended, and Is likely to
repoit all nominations before it with
in a few days. A mutual understand
ing bttween the committee and tt-o
Kecrnlarv of the Treasury has been
reached overlng ill suspensions from
and nominations to offices which have
no fixed tenure. The nature of the
arrangement is not made nubile, but
a considerable number of letters have
recently ben sent by the Secretary to
tbe committee is response to an equal
number of inquiries, and correspond'
ence is (till in pio:ress. Thil arrange
meat covers all the nominations be
fore tbe Finance Committee.
The. President sent the following
nominations to the Senate to-day: To
be postmasterg at New Orleans, ham
uel II. Buck; at Saeo, Me., Geo. P.
McKenny; at Ware, Mass., Jeremiah
0. Byrnes; at Canton, 111., It. A. l'oer
kins; at Sullivan, lll.,Wm. Kirk wood;
at Geneva, HI., John C Strader; at
Bryan, O., Freiderich J. Klein ; at St.
Charles, Mo., James C. Holmes; at
Sheldon, Mo., John S. Preston; at
Miirlin. Tex T. C. Cutoof j nt Willow,
t'ala., J. K. Putnam.
Confirmations: Cornelius Voorhiei
of Missouri, collector of Internal rev.
enue, Fourth District of Missouri;
John Woessner of Texas, Consul of
the United States at Saltillo; Henry
M. McCorty of Tennessee, attorney ol
the United States for the Western Dis
trict of Tennessee! William C. Jones
of Kansas, marshal of the United
States for the district of Kinsas; Hub
ert W. Hutchins of Kureks, Cal , re
ceiver of public moneys st Humboldt,
Cal. ; Daniel O. Farron of Pennsylva-
nia, survevor o! customs In the dis
trict of Pittaburg; V. O. King of
Texas, Secretary of the Legation and
Consul of the United States at Bogota;
Brlg.-Gen. Alfred H. Terry, major
general; A. welch of Illinois, collector
c-f Intnroal revenue for the Second
District of Illinois; Ell Bannister of
Indiana, Indian inspector; J. W.
Cramsie rf Dakota, Indian agent at
Devil's Lake Agency. Dak. ; Matthew
O'Brien of Louisiana, supervising in-
snectorof steam vessels tar the romth
District, besides a large number ot
A Mud !" Lvsaey.
"Sire!" exclaimed a man in the
homely garb of a mechanic to Riche
lieu, Prime MinUter ot France, as he
was entering his palace, "sire, 1 havs
made a discovery which shall make
rich and great the nation which aba 1
develop it. Sire, will you give me an
Richelieu, constantly importuned,
finally ordered the "madman" impris
oned. Even in jail he did not desist
from declaring hts "delusion," wnicti
one dav attracted the attention oi
Britieh nobleman, wno neard Lie
Cause's itary, and developed his dis
covery ol steam power I
All great discoveries are at first de
Seven years ago a man yet under
middle age, enriched by a business
which covered the continent, found
himself suddenly Btricken down.
When his physicions said recovery
was impossible he used a new discov
ery, which, like all advances in sci
ence, had been opposed bitterly bv
. 1 1 , X' . V - 1 ' .
ine sciiooimen. nevenneiera ii cunMi
him, and oat of gratitude theiet rhe
consecrated a pait of bis wealth to the
spreading of its merits before the
world. Such, in brief, is the history
of Warner's ssfs cure, which has won,
according to the te'tittnny cf eminent
persons, the most deserved reputation
ever accorded to any known com
pound, and which is finally winning
on its merits alone the approval of the
mo3t conservative practitioners. Ha
fame now belts tbe globe. The
Chattawoooa Tinut: A despotism
must supprees such demonstrations
ith force to ssve Its own exietence,
We must supprees the disorder by
e'tininating its causes.
CLOSISU BAT OF THE REGULAR
Passage ef the Appropriation Bills
Cos urinations by the Senate
larscuL to tbs arrsiL.I
Jack box, Mims.. March 1. The
Iegixlature adjourned sine die at noon
lo-lay. Jfcrtb bouse were in Keoon
until' 1 o'clock luxt night, being in din
agreement over tho revenue on the
privilege tax bill. A committee of
conference finally adjusted the differ
ences, and the same passed. There
aeems, however, eouie important
omissions in the hurried enrollment
of the bill, discovered since the ad
journment anl too late for correction.
me House lo-lny passea tne rn'naie
bill increasing the State tax to three
and one-half mills by amending it so
as to make the tax three mills for
IHJWand IHN7, after which Uine one-
half a mill is to be added to provide
for the navnient and interest oil bonds
provided lor at the present session.
Coining else ol importance was
passed last night, and to-dnv sundry
iet local and titivate bills were called
r . i .,.,1. l
up ny niemoers oi moiii nouses
There was 'the usual turmoil ami
confusion cotiserent upon the nd
iourninent)f a lA-gislature. All left
in good spirits.
Confirmations lv Senate last night
and to-day: Trie Hon. Warren
('owan, as chancellor of the Movent h
liistnct; as clerk ol the Hallroad
('ommiHsion, Fendly Serinr of Mc
C(inil) City; as superintendent of
education, C S North for Hinds coun
ty and J. W. Jordon tor Tishomingo ;
as trustees of the F.ant Mississippi In
sane Asylum, Messrs. W. U. Steven
son, S it. Watts, B. F. (Jtiarles and
Dr. M. J. liowrv: as trustee ol tlie
State Female College, the Hon. John
V. Smith; as trustee of tho State Lu
natic Asylum at Jackson, Messrs. K.
Virden, John C. irden, John Hart,
I. Strauss and lr. Byron Ix-ni-
ly; as trustees for the Ueaf
and Dumb Institute, the l!ev John
Hunter, K. L. Saunders, h. W ntluntj,
1). N. Barrows and lr. M. K. Craft ; ns
trustees of the Blind Institute. 11. II.
Hlnes, Jacob Kansler, C. II. Manshift
and P. J. Haley; as adjutant general,
William Henry; as swamp land com
missioner, J. It. Kikh Ii.
The Senate bill, which passed both
houses, abolishing the office of swamp
land commissioner, was to-day vetoed
by the Ciovernor, and the veto sus
tained bv the Senate.
Wht tigniflivi the outward itaow I
Wht iirnitlen bli wealth or place?
When we the heart hnve learned to know,
What do we care for form or faoe?
And what care we for name or creed
Tbat bu'led aiea oiy unroll.
If under all we clearly read
Ike reoord of a dauntle I loul I
If loyal to hii enne of rliht,
If prompt and Hurt at Duty' I call,
11 walki, walkini in (lod'i aiht,
Ui aim the manliest man of all ;
If helpful a the Hunt right day.
It intitul of other's won,
Hef)liiwi in the Manter'ii war
And bears a bleiMDg where hi foei;
If. rnininr much, he lone all,
n hile tuiniuer Iriemli ro coldly by,
lie proves his eoerreae l.y his fall,
He'olvet! to win tliedav or die;
With hone alire, In Uud his trust,
He keeps a spirit kind and true,
And riss hrave y from the dust
To fight his weary battle throuih ;
If, worktnir on llirouVh psin and liss,
11 i earnest soul be aot rant down ;
Ho hearelh patiemly hi' cross.
While winning 4tesdily his crown;
The man's a herd and we (rive
The need of love, which is his due,
No Idle prie ! but while we live.
The wreath sf bay I ths knot of Mor I
Mils. JkN'N'IK l.INO tiOI.llKl IIMIOT
confesses that she lias kept her vocal
organs in tune for twenty-five years
by yelling at her children.
Tmk Infunta V.ulalie of Spain, bride
of the son of .Montpensier, much ro
scmhhtt her mother, the ex-tjiieen
Isabella, and is by no means beautiful.
Ths women sutlragists have fared.
better in Khode Island, where the
House of Representatives has voted
to submit the question to a popular
Tint strike in a Boston factory was
canted bv a comic valentine. One oi
the girls employed sent a valentine to
tlie proprietor, and was discharged for
Mas. Ci.Ams, Mrs. Secretary liit-
nev, Mrs. I (on I ameroii aim .Mrs.
John Hay, all f whom resid in
Washington cilv in tine residcices,
were voting gins irom v. leveiium.
A vot'Mi l.Aov in Brunswick, Ca.,
recently rceciven irom a menu ui
Minnesota a toboggan with a pictie-s
f the SI. Paul ice imliiro on it. la
return she sent a tmncli ol now era
grow n in the open nir.
Miss Ki.i.a BiiKi-KiMiiiMiK, daughter
of the member from Kentucky, is a
brilliantly beautiful brunette, now
completing her college life at Welles
ley. She will enter the law otlice ol
her father as soon as her studies are
Jesmk .IrsK-Mrs. Croly has re
signed the presidency of Sorosis after
ten years of service, ow ing to delicate
health. Her only two predecessors
were Alice Cary and Mrs. Charlotte
Willxir. The new president is Mrs.
TiikRcv. John L. Scudder of Min
neapolis preached on dancing, Sunday,
and said: "There is a lino where
safety ends and peril begins. In
dancing that line can be definitely
drawn, and the place to draw it is
around the woman's waist."
Tut Princess Isabella, heir to the
throne of Hraail, is extremely re
ligions, and sometimes the astonished
and far from gratified subjects of her
father have beheld her sweeping the
lloor of the-church, clad in a coarse
gown anil humility of spirit.
Mas, RoHk'so, the mother of the
lion (leoriro M. Koheson. who died
suddenly at the homestead in New
Jersev. was of old revolutionary de
scent", her grandfather, tien. William
Muxucll. t avinir commanded the
.New Jersey trootw under tien. Wash
A tkai'Hkb, when trying to define
the word "slowly" to her pupils,
walked across the room so slowly
that she wabbled in her gait, and
then asked. "How did 1 walk?" A
big boy in the back twirt of the room
tuirnlvaed her liy i lining oil!, -jmw-
Mokc than IVVXl babies have Uen
entered for the international baby
contest in Paris. The favorite for the
i.iIa in thn lirnvv-weieht clas IS
boy named Sidovne Valler., a Belgian
..nt At the aire, of tive yean
be is four feet one and a half inches
in bight and weighs l.V pounds.
Tiiosk people who are honing that
the woman's municipal sntfrage billj
now lH-forethe New ork. wgisiaaure
will get those other two necessary
votes for its passage, need not lose any
sleep in expectation of realizing on
such hojes. Seventy-five ier cent of
the members of the present Legisla
ture intend that the bill shall never
get a majority vote.
MissCi.cviu.ANn has been treating
her guests to Apollinaris water and
lemonade lately. It will be in order
now for tlie wits to rejieat the jokes in
which thev indulged at the expense
of Rutherford B. ami Lucy Hayes. If
the President of the United States or
tlie mistrexs of the White-House
ebixjses to set nn example of temper
ance, before the society of the national
capital it is a perverted nature that
w ill try to laugh the one or the other
out of it. It doesn't appear that the
President lias taken an active part in
his sister's special reform, but if he
interjKws no objection that is at least
something in his favor.
The lltitliilo Exprcm, which appears
to have followed the evidence in the
case of Mrs. Wilpman, who on Satur
day last at Little Valley was convicted
of having jxiisoned her husband with
arsenic ami sentenced to be hanged,
enters nn indignant remonstrance
against the conviction as well as the
execution. The EsprtM says this was
certainly a case in which there was
room foi- doubt. No sufficient motive
was show n, her character had not
been impeachod ; hatred between her
self and her husband was not shown ;
and the possession of oison was not
traced to Iier. All tlial was proven
directly was that her husband died
from arsenical poisoning. There was
clearlv a reasonable doubt of her guilt
and sfie choulil have lieen acquitted.
Tbe Wrtrk of She Oreajow.
Chicago, III., March 18. Judtro
Driiniinond and Mr. J. V. Farwe.ll,
w ho were passengers on the Oregon,
arrived in Chicago last night. Judge
Drnmiiiond, who liegnn his career as
a snilor before tlie uniHt, gives a thrill
ing narrative of the disaster, and as
to its cause said: "It is manifest that
the steamer was more or less at fault,
and it was the result of carelessness.
At least fifteen jinnsengers who were
on deck nt the time told ine that they
could distinctly see the vessel as she
approached, and, whut is more, they
could see Ixmg Inland, seven miles
distant. The weather was clear, and
the wind was blowing only a fair sail
ing breeze. It is my opinion that the
vessel was headed athwart our course.
According to the rules of the road at
sea she hail tho right of way, and it
was the business of the steamer to
either fall oil' and let her pass to lee
ward, or check un and let her cross
our bows, instead of this the Oregon
forged ahead at a full rate of speed,
and tlie schooner struck her." Mr.
Farwell said that, in his opinion, tlie
signals were inadequate to the needs,
ns the cannon could probably not be
heard twenty rods distant, and tho
sky rockets 'did not ascend higher
than the masts. Both gentlemen
speak in the wannest terms of the
prompt and courageous behavior of
llnoda Im Nebrnalia
Omaha. Kkb., March IS Ico gorged
at the Union Pacific bridge over the
Loup River yest-iday, causing the
bottom lands to .be overflowed for
miles, and also a portion of the town
of Columbus. Iliuidreds of people
were obliged to leave their homes and
seek Bufety elsewhere. The latest re
port states that the water is still rising
and much damage is feared, espe
cially to railroad travel. The Platte
River, into whcli the Loup empties,
near Columbus, is very high anil
overflowing the country. It is re
ported that the Burlington and Mis
souri railway bridge over the Platte
near that point has been partially car
ried away ; leveral spans have been
moved out. People in the low lands
were warned by couriers of impend
ing danger, and as yet no lives have
Death of a Well-Knowu Attorney.
Israelii, to tbi arriAL.l
BiiowsmviM.r, Tsnn., March 18. J.
Craig Thompson, Kiq, aged about
firty-five year', died at 1 o clock last
night of nervous fever and proba
tion, after a lingering and psinful ill
ness. Mr. Thompson was fir msny
vears a well-known lawyer at this bar.
His remains were carried to-day to
Dancyville, Tenn , for Interment.
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Flesh Producer & Tonic !
lleiir the WlturKaea!
10 TO O POCSB81
A Sinn ornixly.EUkt Winter.
I am 68 years of age. and retard Quinn's
Pioneer a tine tunio for the feeble, liy its
trne my strength has ben restored and my
weight incro!ed tin paunds.
A V. i. CAMI'lltSLL, Cotton din Maker.
Macon, (la., February 1.1, im.
A Crippled Confederate Snysi
I on'y weighed 8 pounds when I com
menced Quinn's Fioi r, and now weigh 147
oounds. 1 could hardly eraU with a stick to
support me and ran lew welk long distances
without beip. lt benefit to mn ts n-yond
lalculalion. K. KUt US hum ilk,
.Macon, lis. lotion liuyer.
fcr. V II Hrainbl-tl, llnrdware Hrr-
rhaa', or I'ornjtb, Va , Wrllvai
Tcted like a charmm me funeral health.
I etastder it a fine toni. I weigh mora than
I ha tor 25 yeats. Hisnectfullr,
A. 11. UHAMbLKTT.
M' w. F. Jon, Macon, Nay at
MywVhas regained ber strength and In-
sed a pounds in Might,
ndUitQB i Pioneer asthe betttonio
W. F. JUNES.
Dr. W. WjnlbrMtT.er Atlanta, Ua ,
write, r Ualaa'i Pioneer t
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It is entirely ieeiable n does the system
no barm. It VproTea the appetite, diges
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orating and ton,, J t, functions snd
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Kssay on Ultod and f k', Disewts mailed
MACON MtDIClNK Ct . Ma.ou. Oa.
IX lll'NDHKD bushi of the celebrated
O Allen seed for sale
March 14, 1S86.
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrcpaml with tpclvl rtranJ to health.
Ko Ammoniav, Lime or Alum.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
CHICACO. BT. tOUiat
' Trustee's Sale.
TTNDERand by virtue of two trust deedi
U xeented by D. L. Ferguroa and U. C.
Hampaon to the inderrigned as trustees, oa
January 4. 1H84, and May 11, 18S5. ren ect.
Ive'y. and duly recorded in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mississippi
eounty. Ark., In Reoord Book 12, pages 432,
etc., and Record Book of Trust Deeds, rol.
A, pages 275, etc., default In the payment of
the Indebtedness thereby secured haying
been made, at the request of tbe beneficiaries
therein, we will, aa such trustees, on
Wednesday, March 10, IHB,
at the storehouse upon the plantation known
aa "Nodena,"in Mississippi county, Ark.,
and being on the Missisipoi river, prooeed
to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the
tollowlng personal property, to-wit: Four
4-horse wagons, eight two-hone wagons,
seventy-one mutes, six sets wagon harness,
seven sets harness, one 40-horse power en
gine and boiler, two (M-saw Milburn double
roller gins and gin stands, two feeder, and
condensers, one Coalman cotton press, on
griit-mill with appurtenanoes, belting,
shafting and pulleys, three horses, two
oolts, one mule colt, four mares, four seta of
gear; also, all plows, soraeers, hues, axee
and all other farming utensils and imple
ments; end also, all cattle, stuck hogs and
other mules and stock, and all ereptor corn,
ootton, cotton-seed, hay, fodder and other
products now on or belongingt tbe planta
tions known aa "Nodona, the "Ellis
place" end the "Lanier place" In said
county, run and operated by said Ferguson
& llainpson during the year 18US. And
under said deed, on
Malnrdav, March 80, IS86,
In front of the court-house door in Osceola,
Mississippi county, Ark., we will sell to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following de
scribed real estate, namely, all being in said
county and State: The plantation known
as tbe "Kills place" at Ferguson & Ilamp
son'a Landing in Bend ti, Mississippi river,
and described as follows; W H sec. 13, 37H
ores eut of E sec 24. and part W Vt tec.
24, K K of sec. 2, and E V4 W sec. 25, In
township 11 north, range 10 ea t. Also, NK
H sec 2, 160 acres, W NE Yt tec. 11, 71
acres, in township 11 north, range 10 east:
nil ihaHrrU of NW fr W sec. St! (south ol
Little river) in township 13 north, range 8
east, containing 8.K7 acres. Alto, E lrH of
bE fr H 2.1 ,teat of hayou), townrDlp la
north, range 10 eaat, 39. 1U acres. Also, the
N fr H of sec 10 (we t of B-.y Lake) contain
ing 20-109 of an acre; and the KE Mof Nt
'4 of sec 15, both in township 11 north
range 10 east, the last described oontainini
Said sales will begin at the time and plaot
stated, and will continue from day to da
until comi'loted. All rights of redemptioi
and exemntions are naivsd. Sale absolute.
Terms cash. J. If. P0ST0N.
F. V. FUSION.
No. 5948, R.D. In the Chancery Court of
Shelby county, Tens. V. I. Vluintara,
TpikIm. vi. w. F. Ilealhman et al.
It appearing from amended bill sworn to
In! this oauie that the defendant. James
Martin Jleathman. is a resident of Sunflower
county. State of M'sMatippi, and a non-resident
of the State of Tennessee:
It Is therefore ordered. That he make
his appearance herein, at the courthouse
ol Shelby county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
btfore the first Monday in April, 18Ko,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant
bill, or the same will be taken for conlei fed
as to him and set for hearing ex parte:
and that a copy of thit order be published
once aweek, for four successive weeks, in the
Memphis Ap eal. Xuis tebruaiy 19, issa.
A copy at'est :
H. f. M.-llllWFI.t.. Clerk and Muster.
By 11. Y. W alsh, Deputy Clerk and Ua-ter.
M. li. Tretevant. Sol, for eompl'nt. fri
nAVINU been appointed trustee under
the powers contained in the trust deed
made by Sarah L. Dent and George U. Dent,
aecuring the payment of a note for (1500 by
them made September 14, 1882, due one year
after date, detault having been made in the
payment thereof, at the request of the holder
ol said no'e, I will, on
Monday, April S, 1SS8,
at 12 o'clock m., at the southwert corner of
Main and Madison streets, in the Taxing
Diftriot of Shelby county, Tcni., sell the
following described trsote of land: The first
beginning at Carr and McLeinore's corner
nn Ureer s line; thence east 11.40 chains to
Ureer's BK corner: thence north 10 chains to
Greer's NE corner: thense east 8 chains to
llradshaw's SE corner; thence rouih 3.70
chains to McLemore and Carr's 8W corner
of lH-acre entry: thence east 13 chains;
thence north 10 chains to Wm. and Uidenn
Pillow's line ! thence east 18.50: thenct south
50 chains; thence west 47.90 chains to Cnrr
and McLemnre's line; thence north 13.79
chains to the beginning, containing 100 acres,
more or less, it being tne same tractof land
conveyed to Diaiel Hughes by James E.
Felts by deed of August 12, 18.56, recorded in
book 20, page 35,
Also, lot lit of the Borland subdivision of
lota, fronting 60 leet on the east side of nor
land avenue, and running back between
parallel lines 170 leet to an alley.
Also, part of lot 0 of tame subdivision, on
the south boundary line ol lot 10, eighty feet
from the southwest corner of same, and run
ning south at right angles with said bound
ary line nine feet and six inches; thuce at
right angles east sixteen leet so aa to run di
rectly over the center of the mouth of the
cistern ; thence at right angles nine leet and
six inches to the south boundary I ne of suid
property, with all improvements tbereon,
and being the same property conveyed to J.
K. Dillard, trustee, by 8. L. and O. ti. Dent,
rcorded in book 145, page 222, of the records
of Shelby county.
Terms of Sale Cash. Title bebevod to be
good, but I tall only aa trurtee.
L. II. KSTKS, Jh., Trustee,
l M. STANLEY,
dS Hatdlaon Strt. Mempbla, Tens
A FULL stock of Wooden and MeUUie
Cans and Caskets, Burial Robes, etc.,
always on band. Orders by Telegraph or Tel
anhone Promptly attended to.
PURSUANT to a decree rendered by tha
Ch incery Court at Nashville, at its Oc
tober t-m, 1885, in the case of the
State of Tennessee and another vs. Tha
Pank of Tennessee and others
(which salU decree is entered of record at
page Uol minute book 221, notice Is hereby
given that I will sell at public auction, for
cash, at the Court-House ooor, in Kemphis,
Natnrdar, March 7. lSe,
at 12 o'clock in., tha following described
iroperty, to wit: .... ..
A houfe and lot in tha city of Memph a,
Tenn., situated at the corner ol Third and
Washington streets, on the south a.de of
Washington street and west fide of 'Ihird
street, fronting 50 leet on aaid Third street
and runuing back Ui feet to an alley, it
being lh) sane property heretofore sold in
the above entitled cause'on June 25, 1S&3, to
See'Decdllook No. 99, PP. 589, 590 and 591,
R. lister's office Shelby county.
terms ol eaie tasn, ana iree irom i
ft Clerk and Matter
IfttLTIIIS WEALTH.-Da. K. C.
- Waar'. Naava m Basia TatiTaT,
aguaraateed specific for liysteria, Disii
neee, CanvulticnM, FiU, Nermus Neural-
Cia, IleaSacbe, Nenc-a Proatration, caused
y the ues of alcohoi or ,baocoi Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, 8ftnlng of tha
Bran, resulting in insanity and lea. lngto
misery. decay and death; Prematura - le
Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power ia either
a- Involuntary Loesee and Spermator
rhea, cauM t by orer-oxertioa of toe braia,
self-abuse oroferindulgenca. slack box con
tains one moot!, s treatment. II a box, oi
six boxes for SS, sent be mail prepaid, on
receipt of prioe. We ruarcntte Six Boxes
to cure any ease. With each order received
by us for six boxes, accompanied with ",
we will tend the purchaser our written
guarantee to refund the money If tho treat
ment does "ot effect a cure. Guarantees
Issued only be A RRNKKHI A CO.. Drac
ewu, Memphis, Tsaa,
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ill idiPD m
II GMHIIE HI !i
W00D8DPF & OLIVER. AGEHTS
HAVING withdrawn from the Woodruff Oliver Carriage and Hardware Company we
have accepted the Agency of some of the l!eS m ansa fart nrers in the) United.
KtHtea. and are now reoeiring a full assortment of CARRIAGES, BU00IES, WAU0N8,
HARNESS and SADDLKRY ; also, a large stock of the Improved TENNESSEE WAGONS.
All goods are new, and built expressly for this market, and will be sold at very low prices.
Ofllee and alesrooint Mo. 209 fflala street. Warehouse, No. 200 Front street.
a. wooisRnrr j. v.. oliver. r. i.. weenwrrr.
W. W. BCI60LIIKLD. 13TJI8 HANAUER. H. G. MILLER.
Est elId IAsIjlo d 1865.
25f ami 258 Front
Collars. Truce Chains, ' I.p Links,
mind Bridles, Humes, Lap lliugs,
Backbands Single Trees, Repair Liuks
llauiestrlngg, Doable Trees, Cotton Itop,
Curry Combs, Horse Ilrnshes.
A Complete Line of tbe above Goods at Lowest Prices.
J.T.LarSAlDE db OO
SADDIiCS, IIAKNE AND OI,l. AIIN,
1 and 303 Ufain Mreef. IrTemnbl. Tenn.
Her M ii Flail 11
Doors, Sawb, Minds, Mouldings, all kinds oi Door and
Window Frames, Draekels, NeroIl-lVork, Rough and
Drsed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds ot Wood Work Executed at Short Aotlee.
Xos. ir7 to 173 Washington St. IfTcmT)1iis..Tftim,
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,1100.
J.K.eODW13f,Pre8'U J. M. GOOOBaK, Vicii-Pres'U C. H. RAISE, Cafehler
D. T. PORTER,
W. 8. BRUCB,
F. M. NKLSON,
mwA Dopoaltory of the State) of TonaKHeace. Tranaacta GraaevnJ Bttnklaic
- J! . '
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Xo. a Ufain Nlreet. Oayoso Rloek.
trim Mb 6 B EgarnaJ UU EaEaKa
Cotton Factors, 7holesaIc Grocery
No. 11 Union Ntreet, : : Memphii, Ten.
M. C. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission r.lerchvts;.
Wo. 376 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
(CejttsMi Wai-haa He. M aueel , raleui airoea.
SO - Oito - r
St. Memphis, Tenn.
Board ox Dlrootoras.
J. M. G00DBAH. J. R. U0DWIM,
M. OAV1N. J. W. FALLH.
T. B. SIMS?, W. P. DUN AVAST.
.... . t. T i -l ..o. T) T Dl 1CV
CI'OPKR, H. K. COFFIN,
BBYAN. A. W. KEWHOM.
OEORSB S. FOX.
i ': ' ' Lamp Stock.
.-. Poal nil
r T r i AGENTS W3u (J.
rrr- ' J Fisher Ranges,
jr . iiiutiratea vatatoiraee
.;..,., . , Mailed Free.,
257 Main St.
JOHN L. MoCLKLLAN.
Oil Mil B B i fisSi