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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL .SATUItDAY.SMARCII 20, 1SS0.
X SMALIIZED SESSATIOS IS
IHscnMlon of the Edmunds Itesoln-tloiu-FrlTate
Hill Day la
tbe If on.
Wnis!TOi, March 19. Sawte.
Tho Chair laid More the Senate a
memorial Irom the Legislature ol Con
necticut urging Connresa to grant an
allowance for back pentiona petitioned
for by Mrs. Mower, widow of MJ.-
lieu, jusep" Li I
Sena'.w Blackburn presented two I
memorials of the Legislature of Ken
tucky, one urging the improvement of
the navigation 1 Licking river, the
o'.her urging the peatage of a bill ot
prevent tbe retirement ot Kear-Ad-imral
Jcmtttolthc United States Navy.
Referred. J' JrJ'.: )'
Senator 6oke called up the bill to
establish a jutional live stock high
war and ta promote commerce in live
seek between tbe State. Ih bill
sets apart for ten years as such hiuh
war tie publio luoda in range iaity
one along the east line of tbe State of
Colorado, it being a fractional range
averaging about two miles in width.
The bill wa passed. .
Seua'or Plumb called up the bill "to
define the States and f r the relief of
heirs of legal representatives of cer
tain tmimita for the Fourteenth Kan-
. Oavalrv voluutners who were
killed at Lawrmce, Ka., August 21,
K,i'! i, ciHrrillHP." The bill was
Diana cbIIhcI nn the bill au-
ii - Ka ProaUnnt f A aiinnlDt
I minium m i
Lieut. William r. itanuuu, uuiwu.
States navy, lieutenant commander,
and to place bins on the retired list,
with such rank. The bill passed.
Senator 8a iryer. having called up a
private pension bill, Senator Harriion
suggested tint ail private pension cases
favorably reported lrom committee be
t. ken up. , , ,
This suggestion wjb acted on ana
the pension bills were accordingly
taken up in their order on the calen-
''x'b.e Senate having read and passed
all such bills on the calendar, Senator
Logan asked that his bill to Increase
the efficiency of the army be made
"unfinished hiulness" for the morn
ing honr of Monday next. This was
?SeMtor B'alr then called up the
bill reported by him fiom the Cim-
Iw.lnm "tnr thu relief of
uuviro wu wuow..- "- -
t ika lad. war hnnorahlv dig-
charged alter six ruoutlie' service, who
are difnbled and dependent on their
emanated from a committee of a de
liberative bodr. The real controversy
was tbat the President wouio. am. pr
mit private papers to be sent to the
Senate. The Republicans had con
verted themselves into an obstructive
party, hindering tbe due eierctse of
executive power. Those who looked
impartially on at the position now oc
cupied by the Senate and compared it
with the Benate of other days must
bow their heads in shame.
Senator Colquitt olt lined the floor
and the Senate then adjaurned till
THE PAS-ELECIRIC STOCK.
HOW IT WAS DISTRIBUTED
Casey eong on the Witness Maud
J. Harris Rogers and t'oagmip
IV uirw m. - r- - - -
own labor for support, and of depi ml
..mill nt anhl Inrs who died in
the service or from diaabilltioi con
tracted therein." .
k m..ma ilnhula tn the wisdom
aivoi WW. u ...... - " -
..i ,.r t,i till I in thu mominir
hour the hour of 2 o'clock arrived.
and the Uhair lata usiore vue omt'.u
roinmunication from the Secretary of
, The reading was begun as follows
Praaldant uro tern, of the Senate:
I 1.1 variAti-ail A reNnllltllin flf the
Henate dated February 24.1880, adopt A
bv thr Senate in executivo session
'At this point sotno hing seemed to
i. --j. lllorlr Ullfru'a month, for.
unic uuiuv 1 - - - -?
with onick inhalation of breath, he
. . i... i K..nl....i
StoppCu Saon, loiueu up lue impm mm
htiaded it back to the president pro
a WV. a nniinlinfaft I hat thn f!Otll-
munlcatlon would bs withheld for ex
ecutive session. The incident created
i.. v. ivtniwnf a hiv.a of nunnrMed
IUI IUI i.u.. r i - -
excitement in tbe chamber, followed
by deep silnnce.
Senator I'lattWftJ the flrat Ponator
M vninn. Ha Innllired of
the Chair whether the communication
was marked executive.
Tresident pro tern. Sherman replied
.1... t. b nnr
w...w Plult anhmltlAil that in that
case it was for the open session of the
Tk rr AMunl nM Ipm. Raid he lelt
bound to submit the motion to the
Senate in executive session.
j. ' A tat annlVm. nailM Kanftt fll Cork
reu inquired what had become of the
. . i . r i i iL. Tm.m-
letter 01 lilt OBcroturj oi nio jiom
nrv. , -. ,i ,, .
the President pro tem; replied that
ott examination the letter was found
to be an executive document. It not
. having been so marked the Chair was
K m. t tn lilamA.
s.niitnr Cockrell supposed if not
marked "confidential" the open Sen
... anttrli.il tn it
The President pro tem. remarked
with rtrinneas: "It is executive bUBl
The Chair then placed before the
C..U tha 1-oanllitiflllH rHiinrtMll from
the Judiciary Committee regwdlng
the reiusal oltho Attorney-Ueneral to
inmiali tiRoers called for by the
Senator Kpooner resumed the lloor
and continued his speech in support
. .i 1 . 1 -. I 1,M tlin mi
ni tun resolutions roimtiru t'j mi
ioritr ot the committee. He main
t.: -it ..0i!i,,!i,.i,nli!v a( the ten
nre-o!-cfU law, and then went on to
u:....-n Ik. jttoil (inrvipA nilrtfltfo'l.
fllOWVITlH ww ..- -i-
Vpnthis point he said had it not
Wen lor Pi .wideut Cleveland's civil
,v.i o ,u, Umtinnn and his exnression
i.- a f urootf cot to remove men who
were iatthlul t. tueir puouo uiuies,
thouwndi u' olli :e-ho!ders would have
niaed. Honest partisanship was
hcnMt rlliai'nship under the Freei-
leut's Idea of "ollansi ve partisanship."
s?enatorAUUOury briuwuou me j i in
dent wai elected it was the obj x-t and
i... ,i.,n n( ih unnnln that he should
adjiibt the oilicel, at least more nearly
between tUe polit cal parties than
thev had been. The rreHidentand
liis'aJminisiiation had proceeded with
A C All! 03 ua RruJriiuuc uuynr
lirtru in ii-v ...j.w ,, -
K'V... P,tnirrMM intt OH V 1113
iJJCUt,. 'V -u..p,. . j -
malnmsi' li A Kt)D til Jl I nilfcftf
noai n.UUO or 17,C(H) oilices wabjrl to
i r .l.. 1.
the dirott control 01 inn i n-siuvuir
This was a very imall percentaga
s,i h riuuaniiuitT to lolitical oppo'
n.-ntyha.t never been extrcid .lor
viiri. I fftniiiniir i, e'H
IHVI mii; i..... - -
. -..v nnminxioim had been allowed
bum lier r.ir norr three months
wi.aout aci'-n. oy? Lecause the
' Ujpnblicnide ol the cLiamoer sei u
W 'l r iiiruyviu -
he woald not siy with malice afore
thou'lit to oYviie eome scheme to
1 jies' ill the Piesldent to prevent the
removal i f their pait'san friends from
.11 r. ' The U'publican Senators
-i -I a.id tbht ther hail no
RnablicaD ctli :ials.
a i J' ' " '
If iht wen- tme. was it not ttrance
fix. 1'iKHideiit's nominations bnl eo
irna lven allowed t remain unacted
-1 i um t nni -vani.o the Republic-
an Senators were now making duTiia
Jor a claw ' Ppe never i..iuruu-
fore? WS it UomMDgevum ui mat
claiming a ri)iht to euperv.FJ the re
removals of the Pieaider.t, anl Uiat
thiv were claiming to be entitled to
aae'evon private papers in the pursuit
of their oi.jc-ct? Senator fcaulsbury
.-.haraitrzid the report cf the ma
ioilty of the Judiciary Committee a3 a
Inott disingenuous, unfair and unjiut
prfbeniation of the (orHoversy-the
u.05' orjitst and unfair that 1 a t ever
In the absence of the Speaker, Mr
Crisp Ga was designated to preside
over tne proceedings of the House.
mond Ga l to file the views of the
ninnri.( ih nnm 111 ittee on Judici
ary on the bankruptcy bill.
Alter a numDer 01 oins ui
character had been reported from
eommltteeethe House went into com-
mt'.tee ci the wooie tmr. uawu
iiMhacbairion the private calendar.
i TM only Dili wnicu "7
diacumlon was one to e ban fro the rank
ot tn of-lcer on the retired Jtet of the
army The bill author) ihe Presi-
. .1 ! i ikd .i!..nala nn thA
tPtiwd listonoolBcer who served as
ehlel oaittuery aonng ine w .
place Jilm nn tho retired list, w th the
rank o( Major Uenejal The bill is In
l 1-a i. mull i (Vil. Hanrv-J.
n.. Ti mat Kith a cnui deal 01
nnnnn'itinn. iir'mcWllv lrom the Re-
7.V.i,n oi.L Mr.-Price IWIa.1 and
i. ij r V 1 nhiartillir to it BS
elais legislation, and Mr. Keed I Me J
hie opposition on conttitu-
iwi.,..i crranndii j being an infringe'
mnt bv Congress ot me executive
Mr. Laird Neh.J maae mesirongBsi
speech in its nopport. and Ceclared
tint Ocngresswas jntt at competent
to exercise legiela'ive and executive
liincuoDR a ine geniimnmi tun
other end of the avenue. He sarcas
tically praised tin opinion ana juok
., i Ai , Via nanilammi from K ansae
(Mr. Peters), and slightingly referred
to the lact mai neiiuer u. i uui
Mr. Koiil had been in t!.e war, saying
that some teoplc Tould not bo so
stout an d rou n d and sleek and mighty ,
phyalcal'y, if they had undergone
some of the vicissitudes of tbe war in
hlch Gen. Hunt naa parucipaieu.
Pending action tho committee roo,
and half a doxsn private bills were
" ... J.ll.n nl M rtlaritvnf MiiHnuri
v U luuuuu wi - J
a resolution was adopted setting apart
April 10th for the consideration of
bills reported fiom the Committee on
Commerce, autuorimng uie cuumruu-
linn Al hpjilnM mn Ml HIlllHUUirJlll Ul
light-houses and bills relating to the
1114-saving service, n is uuuoniwu
tbat the Arthur Kill bridge will not be
brought up on that day.
. 'Pi., lini.oo ilian tnnk rncesa until
7 :3l) o'clock, the evening session to
devoted to tue consideration ol private
Itetiinar. Barilla. ('rackd
Jllccdlnc Hhla tarxj by
TT li at tbil leiion. wheB ra w nincU and
X etitliy OlllJU WftKe inin Ciivilj r.rEui
rid ercrr l i-n of Iicbinc and Euroior
!-kin and tip li(tc, that th CmictaA
riKHKlllKn r.r mojl bui-i:biiiui. " ".iui
knli. with ri'Ttfllu. SllAl. Mnil A llintlfl Al
jilioation of Cmicuii. l- a areatbkin c.
icalen. and pera iu reft and ileep. ihn re-
,.Ai,l ilatli. ;tk twh.ipllir Anapa nf Cu-
Tict ai KicHoLVixr, ihe n iilood Purilier,
tm ill a'annnlllee-ltooina.
to-day decided the Huid-Koiueis Ohio
ronteited election case in fvor of the
iitino mnmhnr. Mr. Itomeis. ihe
A. aft unln name nnnn ft motion to re
the seating of Mr. llurd.
(in ihia mnl.mn the navs were 111 ana
Dm vnas 4. The allirmBtive votes
wre ra t bv Messrs. llendcraon ol
North Carolina. Cioxton, Robertion
u.-iin all Dnmni'rn'a. The nen
.il..,. li,D a caot hv MpKAr". Pfltli-
bone, Payne, Hopkins, l.ly and Dor-
say, Republicans; ana iiirner, vtreen
nf Nnw .lersev. Bovle. Lowrey and
ll.ll l Inn llmilOl'TIl'". ine QUeS'
tlon then came up on a motion to de
clare Mr. uomeiH enniieu vo ins ouv.
This motion was carried by a vote of
8 to l, tue vows oi iuusu wuu
votd for Mr. Kurd on tue previous
motion being supplemented oy tne
votes of Messrs. Hail and ureen, uem-
ocrata, win had voted against Air.
Tho House Committee on Com
merce to-day instructed Reprteenta
tivo Davis to report favorably a bill to
establish a uureau oi i uuuu ltioim
in the Interior Department. Tbe bill
Bbouehes . tne JNaiionai Bmru m
Health, translers tho duties ol prepar
ing reports and securing information
lanKirv and ntlir matters
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nffecting the publio health, of framing
...lu .,Mlotinna tnr the nreven-
iton of diaeasw, and cf making lnve-
tltation invo me ohkiu auu pn
ol contagious auu iuhcuum uunn
from laei marine nospuai Borvicc iu
the bureau thus created.
A dclflrmbsi-J etl'01. was madelo
day by the friends of the Blair educa
tional mil, under ine ibbq 01 iepreoeu-
Wlllln In arnilira II mil ll'tiOO Oil
vnwi IB 1 i" uv - - " ,
that ot a kindred measure at the hands
of the UouBe Committee on r.uuia
iinn T.eot Mnnilnv Mr. Wise intro
duced an educational Villi which ws
referred to the lomuitltee at tne meet
ing to diy, and uy unanur.o'.isconeeni
tho proceedings of the last meeting
(when the consideration ot the entire
subject was postponed until the latter
part 01 April) won? rovrwuonicuvi, biiu
L ..it wqb rAAnanail. Mr. Kflrtll'S
kin n i . 1 1 j v " - -
I Mo moved that the consideration ol
alt edocanonai tuns ue po-i.iuuuu
until the third Friday in April. Mr.
Willis moved as substitute that the
Blair bill be considered next rrkuy.
That rnntion was lost by a vote 01 4 to
7, s follows:
lent. Willip, u lunneii, i nuing
Any. Burns, Miner, li-'inn, may
bnrv. S'ia't. Mahoner and Ira ic Tay
lor ot Ohio.
Mr. Wil 11 then moved that tne
Blair bill be considered on the third
Friday In April, with the understtnd
Ing that a vote should be taken alter a
daily (liRcnsjion of not more than six
days. This was -also lest, and, as a
nnai cti. r; to stuhib eiiumwiuu vi
the sense of the committee on the sub
ject, Mr. Willis moved that the com
mittee agree to report an educational
bill. That ptoposition wai also voted
down. It is cow the intention 01 tue
friends of the Blair bill to go to tbe
House, armed with tb resolutions
vot -d down to-day, and ask to have
ti.axmniitten ilia.harL'ed from farther
consideration of the bill.
The House Uomtuiltee on lerri-
fi.A n nnhlin hnrini ttvdaf on
the petition of the American Woman
Suiliaj;o Association ior a in 10 k1"
fomilss equal sufl'rsge in the territo
ries. Letters were read lrom tieo.W m.
(.'urtis, John G. hittier and Lucy
Stone. Addrewps were delivered by
the Rev. Annie H. SI aw ot Michigan,
. . .. . it. t. !' 1.
Mrs. ffiarv nun: aim nenry i. u.nta.
well of Mavochuspte, Judge Carey of
UI..M!n .1 n ,1 I 1 1 I nnil Thft tiVUll
II VUlllllift W.UW. . . - -
wss crowded with la.liea and ni9m-
birs. The recpnt veto of the woman
eritlrage bill m Djio'a by liov. I erce,
and the proposed ditiranohisemect of
1 000 Utah woaien were citsd as rea
snni whv Congress should guarantee
equal niflYiga to women iu the terri-
The eubcommlttee of the Uovsj
Committee on Ways nJ Meani, bav
ir.g charge of :hc Hawaiian treaty
() i' tii, to-day snlimilted iU report
to fie f'.ill cammitttc, roco-amondirg ,
the abrogation of the tteaty.
Central Ni rs'xbvT No. 9 Market
6trro) :3 the noaret place in the city
WAHiimui-oN. March !!. l'r. Rojr-r
continued his testimony before the
Telephone Invcetigntin Commit
tee. Kelerring to his trainers 01 mwn
r. Roirers added to the names lie nan
alrealy stated thoHe of Gen. Frank
Armstrong ol the liKliun wince hi niv.-
tiuie. Gen. Thomas Crittenden, Gen.
A. B. Uiishaw now of the Intlian
Olliee. Col. Bondinot. 11. C. Wmter-
Hinith, A D. Cooke and the ltrpvUiran
and Clirtmu-U, Washington newspapers.
Witiiww sold the stock to the news-
........m. ..It.inr- it tn a.lv.rf iuiftir. I'Ofl'
ll.l.. l.. i.a.l (rtvnn A mf.rirun Postal
.,...L- 4,. Miiuuni Xlrtnnv anil MnillliniT.
nun 1 iii.iinioi i..v...j - n-
..... . . 1 . ..1.
iVitneM naa ex prewiiv cuiueiuiimw
legislation for the American PoBtal
Coinpnny, and it wan so stated in tho
pampbleU,but the bill was never intro
duced He saw no impropriety in giv
ing stock to members of Congn-ae.
CoiigreHKiuen do not tiike vows of
chastity, poverty and obedience. I
went on that principle," tuiid the wit
ncHH, to tho aiimseiiient of the Hpecta
torc. .1. 1IAIIBIX IKKIKKM
was then recalled, and Mr. Galea in
quired if the witness was correctly re
ported in the interview published in
the New York Tribune of March Kith.
WitncHH mud thP interview wiw cor
Mr. Gates It is set out there tnat
Col. Gates w:u an attorney for Senator
Harris and t;l. oung.
Tho witness -n wua, mi. -r i'"
told me that Col Gates and Mr. Hun
back were attorneys for Col. Young
Biid Heiuttor Harris. Ho is a news
paper man, and said lie had so re
ported it in the press. 1 believed it,
and thought it was nigiiiy jiruimniu. 1
Imvo henrd before this at lUadenburK
that you were backing Col. 1 oting 111
everything. 1 jhuu nuio aueiiiion
to it then, but when Hine told me,
and you acted so austerely and your
subsequent aeuonj leu ine 10 unu-ir
that there was greiinruin 111 worn, im
Mr. Oates. w hat wits your reason f
Witness The tninsiictions in the
coiniiiittee-room. After you had read
iwi.ntv or twentv-live letters you
turned to a letter and said to Mr.
Haiiback : "Here is a letter numbcreil
215. awav up there Do von feel like
reading this sttiir?" Mr. Hiinbark
u .i.l "'i " he dill not. Then von
saiiK "Here is Rogers here; he looks
like ail intelligent num. iiy cicra
.Miu irn nver them with Roirers. Thev
.. r.. r -
can look them over ami sin 0111 mu
rolnviint frniii Ihe irrelevant letters.
and we can look over the relevant
Mr. Gates -1 on t yon know that 1
said you could stay there with the
clerk, Mr. Martin, ami go through the
letters anil name such ns were rele
vant and make a list, and that we
would go over it ourselves?
Witness firmly) -Such as we two
considered relevant. I declined to
take the responsibility mid said it was
a delicate thing for me to do. You
said it was only between ourselves 1
said suppose it should eome up before
tin- committee. You said it was all
private between ourselves and would
never come up intliecoiiiiiiittee-rooni.
I thought it a very improper pre-
ii'ilnve for a subcommittee. Itstruck
me us an indelicate thing to ask the
inventor to pass 011 these letters.
BMr. Gats Did anybody ask you to
. . 1 .1
puss on tne quesrion 01 revciiun v t
Witness 1 swear most positively
that you and Mr. Hanback asked 1110
to go over tho letters and sort tho re
volant from the irrelevant.
Mr, Gates -Did I ask you to make
any separation of the relevant from
Witness To assist that gentleman?
Yes, sir, you did.
Mr. Gates-Did I not ask yon mere
ly to arrange the letters in order?
Witness I told you they were al
ready arranged and there was 110 use
in my going over them.
. ' , . MR. CASEV YOl'Sll
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asked to state all the facts within his
knowledge about the organization 01
the company. He said in reply thut
the statements made by Dr. Rogers
and his son were in the main correct ;
there were some inaccuracies, attrib
utable to faults of memory, but sub
Ktniitiiillv their statements were cor
rect. When witness came to Con
gress 111 1874 he liail tried 10 nave
III? Mr Kn-ers unpointed electn
cinn of the House. He had known Dr.
l.'.....,m 1111.I bin lilliiilv fur tllil'l v veins.
Witness wiia then proceeding to refer
to letters received uy mm in mi i-i.
Roirers and to comment upon them,
w ith statements that, there was not a
letter in his possession w hich reflected
in anv wav on Dr. Rogers or anybody
else, when he was interrupted by an
objection by Mr. liminey, who said
1l1.1i ih. "..it.'vs oiiirbt to be read, as
the witness did not have all the letters
with him the committee adjourned
until to morrow to give him an op
portunity to produce the documents.
to keep the bloed c"l. the perspiration pure
and unirriuticr. the linwell opea. the liver
and kidneyi active, hl uxed ly eure hcto
ina, Tetter, Kinjw.iriii. Pioriam, Litchen,
Prurit 11. "'culd-liewi. Dandraff, and every
ipeciee nf Itrhint.htalr and Pimply Humon
of the Pkin anl Kolp. itb Loaa of Hair,
when (he b it phjiioiani and all knows
remedial fail. '
Aboat two yn line I wm badly affllcUd
with a form of Koiema, and ordinary medi
cal treatment iiinnliy failed to ear me- I
then naed yoar Cuticuia Kaaiuiaa.and in a
few weeka wiu irfeotly cured. I think
faithfully uied they 'ill care th worn akin
uiiieaVci known. 0 KO. 6 DK K KN80N.
Nat. Hiu tut D. V.S., Hampton. V a.
SALT RHEUM tlBED.
I wai troubled with SnltBhenm for a Bum-
1 t . .1... . 1. .Lin ATitlralw nilllia
tor or yea'a m iu . -. ,
ft m. r m hand! fr m th fnnr thu to
Hi wrut. I tried remediel and dooton' pre-
icriptioni to no purpoi until i mimii
takins Cuticbba haaaoir.. and I
enliri-lv cured. T. rAKKBK.
7ti AoriuamptoD ot., xuiiuu, iuaw.
ITITIIIMH. hCALY. PIMPLY.
vnr Hi our f have had a fPtciel of
Itchina, M Irand pimply humon on my
lace to which 1 have pd led a ireat many
uiethi dl of treatment without succeis. and
which wai apeedilf and '"."M.."-b
CiTirtiBA. Mm bAA0 1'llhLl'b.
Cctiouba KiSKinaa ar lold verywhere.
Price: CvTiCLiA.'ilo: Rasoi.vaNT, 111 boar,
5io. Preper.d by the Porraa Dauu asd
tieud for "How to 'ure Kklu IHa.
DIISVLKS, lllmkheadi. Skin Blemiihei
r Ifw and Baby Haiimr.in OuTinciu hiP.
If Pi FIRM!
WfllMUFF & OLIVER. AGENTS
TTAVINQ withdrawn from tb Woodruff Olinir l-arraw ana narawar. ""'.id
7,r".S2" 'atI a" '.Ttl'tiS v ',ZiZ, a l.7 itoVk if the improved TENNKSiSEK WAUOWS.
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AlUooda are new. and built oxpremy ior urn Bri, u w...
UfUce and alesouln. So. 20il Slaiu i-trert. W arehause, . 20(1 h ront street.
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aiiaiua. at. ft) . M U at. ill' M 4U
n IU an. raa
PA I that Heem to out through
yoo like a Eiure, aro in-'nuy r
fieveil by placing a Of Tier B a
Anti-1 aim fi.iHTKR over ine upov
whatpa. th Tiuin nifinaUs bla-
(tunt. original anH infwHihlw. 'J.V. .
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I THK H'fOMACH
A roSlTlVK CURB FOR
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x in m nivill irn H. G. MILLER.
M-CAPITAI. PK1ZE. 7S.OOO.-M
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
,ood fail!, toward alhxrti... and ""''"r"
m Company, to m thU
i 11 -1. . HnWIetm.
are, u iijii j:r
tMI pay all Priwe drawn
8taU tottmiot tckiek mot bt pr-mtom at our
eotmtert. ' ' .
J. ll.Oti LESBT.PrM. M.
S. M. HEIICDT, Pre tteBIil Bk
A. B1LDW1S, Pre.
inoorporatea in looorer -j
by the tilatur for Educational and
t;aaniaoi pariniiw-wiiu. X ' ...
OflO.OOC to whieh a merve fundof verFJOU.
OuO ha lino been added. .!,.
By an ovorwneimina popular "
franchif war made a part of the preient btat
OnititatioDi adopted December la, A.u.
Tkt onlv Lottery mr eoled on ond atorie
by ! ftopU ot ony iSole.
il neper www vi k"-""--
Ila Grnnd Slnarl Hnniber DrnlnK
tik lae monthly, non inji
Irnonltimry llmwiuna riilirly -fr,
tbr-fi inoniha lnil or arinl-
' . . ........ma KAvlMnlnar
A 11 II II HI l.V im.urir... . .
A KPLKItnin OPPOKTI'M I 1 a"
I i KT II M li. FOURTH GRAND
WINlf, UliAHS "s i iu,",V..i'.l-
April lS,la6-iaiat Monthly Drawina.
CAPITA!- PKIZIS, 79,uw.
lOO.OOOTI-lteUi at F1t) Oollr Kacla.
T.TST 0 PRIZES.
1 Capital prii ,I5,?H
1 Capital pri
Dtwr. : Oiw to two ti-MI"iiifij
n.-llllUK' CKA Oai'llABU A1.T in
. l Ilk. nnil 2.M!. IU
Mimulue Haiti iolil iu bo'.
Crab Orchard Water CO., rrop re.
S. N. IQNl'H. Mingrr. l mil')"-!-Jn.r-
Diseases ire Prevalent all over the
T am a native of Fngland, and whit I
wat in that country I oontraoted a terrihl
blood poiion, and fur two yeari waj under
treatment ai nn ouvuuiii p.ii.il. .
liain llonrltnl, Knuland, but wai not cured.
1 nirTered the most lumuiii paini ;nmy
bonea. and wm covered with lorei all over
my bmly and limbi I had vrtio and deaf
nef, with pariial loai o; ainht, levero paim
in my head and eyes, etc, which nearly ran
me orar,y 1 lost all hop in that country,
and ailed for America, and was treated al
Koosevolt in tliia city, a well al. by a prom
inent iibyiioiun in New York having no con
nection with the hnnpituli.
I saw the advertiiement of Swift'i SpeoiKe.
. . i i l . ..!... 1 a l.i.l n. a llllit
ana I uoieruiineu vo io - - -resort.
I bd mven up all hop of bomg
cured, ai I had gone throiib tn nanui oi
th bot n.eiliciil mon In Nottingham i and
Plow iora. a loua oi irui.. . .. ... . ..
and I can lay w.th great joy that they have
J ..i!tu I u in aa ..iiind Hid aoll
oureu uio vn.iioi.
a I ever wai in my W..,n .,.
lie r IV ri i' uauk wii
New York City, June 12.
In the life, and ha il wit who remembers it.
Hut in March of )t year lift!), 1 contracted
blood poison, and being in bavannab, a.,
at th tiui,l went Into the hoiplial there
for treatment. I mffered very much trom
rheumatiiin at th lam time. 1 did not
Jet well unuer in ireaimoo. tunc, mi .
cored by any of th usual mean". I hav
t Knit .i nf hwift ii Qveoino
and am lound and well. ltdrovtho po.ion
out tbrou.il ooui on me ia.ui. ..
Jeriy City, N. J., Auguit 18S5.
Two vaari ago I contractod blood.polaon.
After taking preiorip loni frtholiib.,i
. i i 1 Two. I Mnn cl unail
pnysiciani nere uu y-" i . X""
to viiit Hot tiprings, and on rechin Jxar-
kana auooior riouuimouum m. ... .w x . .
Bicific, assuring me that it would benefit
m more than Hot Springs, Although th
had proluod great holea in my hack and
oSest, and bad removed all ho hair off my
. i . l ... ....... a in a arank a
neaii, joi l mm if""j -
time, and the lores began to heal, and were
nitretr lone maiue m TU n .
WILL JONES, Porter Lnlon l'aai. Dei'ot
T...t. Jul v I:!. 1XK5.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseasos'mailed
frce, Tue owikt bi'icino w.,
I lit' l.lrcl niUalvuiili .SMam-i-orv lu ll Ik
r,.-,lll- riirlorNpp-oiialli-hllll', l
nf V inr, t rliUiil'-', I'rj-iiml im' '' '
X c. Ac 'ki.ii Hi-ward l'nl ir eicrv licit
H d.. not ir-ni-rato a Ki.uilinc iVt g
.Mirri-iit I'rice pt'ii"'i''t to "llu ?B,n
l u.iT ; , .1 a written nuavantco to rc iiru
the full annum! J1"1" " " .d'"" no' "Vv" J
c. ra, -te - re rf-alcl particular aciit frco.
v!l r!i'IKIO 1IKI.T AllkNOY. crner JlaW
baah Avenue and mate street, lrunkln.a. a.
256 and 258 Front St. Memphis, Tenn.
Lap Rlnes, .
Coil on Hope,
lyUf ITJ VVUIwrya
A Complete Line of the above Goods at Lowest Prices.
uMinr i-o AT P MAVIIVACTURERS
SAIlIdT:S, IIABNESSAS1) COI.X.A-RS,
SOI mi BOS Wain Street. THomphl. lenn
M. M, mm & co.
UriB Yartl al Ptai 11
. -mm a . ( .a,. d Tkvaaai nnil
Doors, Sash, Blinds, ouldinKs, ni h To..Vi
Window Frames, uracKeis, hituumi.,
Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Water Tanks.
All kinds of Wood Work Executed nt Short Notice.
ns. 157 to 173 Washiiiffton si. weniiHns.
ircaii M oi His
Capital, $200,0110. Surplus, $25,000.
J. K. BODWIS, Pres't. J. M. 00l)BAK, Vlce-Pres't. C. E, CBBmer.
P. T. PORTER,
W. B. JltlUIJB,
F. M. NELSON,
J. M. SMITH,
W. N. W1LKKRS0N,
Bosrd of Dlreotoraj.
J. M. (10CDBAR,
R. T. CtlOPKR,
V. O. UnlAn.
J. R. eODWIN,
J. W. FALLS.
W. P. DUNAVAN1
R. J. BLACK,
H. K. COFFIN, ,
A. W. IN BW SUDS.
ncM dun ai -
Br,wu'a I.IU Joh.
"Vliv, Itmwn, liow nliort vur font
im," Hjiii'l .liiiios "Hi' tiny to Iiim (rii'inl
Urown, lm wittily ivilioil: "Yes;
but it will 1; liun onouv'li l'(iro I in-t
llllotlll'l-." Sotlll' BU'tl PJilMlll PO llllU'll
(or ini'ilioiiit'K Unit ni'ithrr li'l nor
hi'lii thoni, that now clotlio is with
tliont likiMiupi'lsi' viMtK-fcw nnl fur
lu'twi'i-n. Internal fovors, wciikm-ss
ol tin Umj.K, short ni'ss ot lirciith uml
linp'rinj! oonchs soon yii'lil to tlu
muio iiitliioiii'O of tlmt royal tviiii'dy.
Ir. K. V. lVr.-f's "tiolilon MfUinil
A raat-SiiptlHl Trnnkfuruintton.
Tl... ... mm nf kllulf let) deep com-
M -itf. . .1
Tbil 1IKLT or He
ier tur il uiaaeex
umly tor th cur
gini. luer 11 no
trumcnt the oon-
inuoui Itream oi
'I 11 TBTC.ITV nar.
meitini throunh th
tiarii mui reitor
tbem to health? aetion. i'o not con.ouna
thii with Elootrlo Blu aoTrtlid to curj
all lll from head, to to. It U for th ON E
Pcifio i-urpoi. For circulari rivln fu
nforuiatl'.on, adilrem Cheever Meotri" Blt
Co.. ln Wn.hlnaloo 'ret. ' n'ca"
r . mi
I1EORGE S. FOX
1 Capital rriie......
a n r r .uui
a rriaei vi -' -
a pr:.. nf 2HKI .
10 Priaei of 10W
uil Prl... nt MO
ino Priaei of
m Priiea or iuu
Klin Pri..aa of 60
1000 PriaM of 25
( Approalmatlon prit.1 of 1750 e.7r
t Approximation pruei of 2oO......
1967 PrU, amountlnr.to r,V","U,'aM,lk?
Application ior ratei to hum iu
roaae only to th office of th Company in
New Orleani. , .
For furthar Information writ clearly.
lire8imone urajni "'s .,,
in ordinary leitor. Currency by Express tall
urns of to and upward ai our xpuei,
addressed . ..a,
Now Orleau, La.
Or H. A- lAtiHHI,
or at West t'eui S.. Momplita, Ten
!- l n. lTnnAv Orders IlftTable
and ndflrfjiH Koirislered Letters to
HEW OKI f.r7 "-.
UNDER and b virtue ot two trust deed
executed by D. L. Fergu on and H. C.
Ilamnson to Hie undersigned bp trusteoi, on
January 4.18. and May ,11. 18IO, re.nect
iveiy, and duly recorded in the office of, th
Clerk ofth Circuit Court of Miaiisiinni
county. Ar., in Record Book 12, panes 4.12.
etc , anfl Record llook of Trust Poeds, vol.
A. imees 275, etc., de'ault iu the payment or
the indebtedness thereby nacured having
been made, at the request of the benefioianei
therein, we will, as such trusted, on
...... aaaMl. la I H 1.(1.
nrunminji ..... -- ---1 -
at the storehouse upon the plantation anowu
as "Nodena," iu Misiii.'ippi county. Ark.,
and being on the Missi siopi river. Proceed
to sell to the highe-t bidder, tor cash, th
lollowlng personal .r3perty, to-wit: our
4-bors wagons, eiKht two-horf wagons,
levrnty-one mule-, six lets wagon, names.
seven sets nnrnw a v. il j Ci
line and boiler, two WJ-saw Milburn double
roller ains and gin standi, two leedert and
oondensers, ooe Coalman cotton press, on
grist-mill with api.urtenances, belting,
Bhnftina and pulleys, three horses, tw
eolta, on mute colt, four marei, four leU ot
gear; also, all plows, icraper, hoes, axea
anl all other fanning utensili aod imple
ments! and also, all cattle, stock hogs and
other mules and Hock, and all croosof corn,
cotton, cotton-ieed. hay, fodder and other
products now on or beloninSt t plnta
tioni known as Nodena," the Wl.tj
plaue" and th "Lani.r place ' In laid
county, run and operated by said Ferguson
A Uaiupoi during the year 1886.- And
under saia ueea, on i i ,
Kxtnrdny, March 80, 1SH,
In front of the eourtrheus dour in Osceola,
Mississippi oounty. Ark., we will I se 1 to the
highrst bidder, lor cash, th following de
scribed real estate, nninely. all boing in laid
oounty and Bute: The plan t"on known
as the "Ellis place" at Fergcsoa Uamp
son's Landing in Bend S. i-sissiPi nver,
and described aa follows ; W V, aye. IS, dTH
"res out of E K seo. 24. and part W fate.
24, B S of seo. i and E H W seo. 25, in
township 11 north, ranel0a;t. Also.B
y. sec. 2, lfiO acres, H V, tti "4 tee. 11. 71
aores.in township 11 north, range 10 east:
2nd th. 8 fr of N W fr sec. 36 .(south ot
Little river) 'in township 13 north, rang
east, containing 8.97 acres. Alto, B fr H of
BE fr Vt eo. 2.( (east of hayou), township 15
north, rang 10 east, 39. 1H acres. Also, th
W fr of lec 10 (we-1 of B ,y Ljko) ntain.
Uiifsec. 15, both In towaship 11 north,
range 10 east, th last described containing
6aidealMi will begin at the time and . plaoi
stated, and wil) continue from day to day
until completed. All rihU of raJemptio
"d exem'tiom ar. ''l'- Sft,nlute
Terms casn. f H. fOgTON.
mho studied day
ho knew a heaii, a msn
ami niaht. and hardly
spared the lio-o to sleep.
Thi inn so itaid he knew a maul, dciunrc,
afraid, and half dismayed, shy aa Ihe
nymph of ancient mths smuestered la
pome sylvan r-hade.
This maid so rare, with go"dcn hair and
mod. it air. so itrbnnmr, she i-hariuod
thi iun of learned line and caught him
in tcr witching in.irc.
Thi mm of thought ami learned lore, hi!
hai' he tore, "nil o or and o er, lie
I..U.1K ,'ivi.re that he wouWl chcri?li lier
tnr aye and he would lov her ever
Now tho ;irc d, in hii- library nooki
amn his l-nokslii' knees he enn ks,
and sce his wife s seldom now that he I
l'orgotton how she looks.
The wil to wlnm the man before io loudly
iwnrrj he would adore forvermor. ooi
with her mothrr and declares her hus
band is a iigular hor. ,
Lynn (Ma- ) li".
1 hey Are Sot orry.
There is one thirp nobody ever re
ttTett -that I", the day tl-ey tirft adopt
ed rarket'a Tonic as their n-pubjr lm
ily medicine, lie range i" eo wule.
and its pood elicit eo fiire, tlmt uo'.n
ino pIpp. pxcent iriod nureinK, are
needed in a Rreat m j irity ol cseee.
Buy it, try it, end n(UrwardB it will
not reiinire auy rraise lrom o.
rV. .si',.SAI,.:,.,l fnrl in lililTI
rtV hv l)r 1'irm- Pl Mignrtw
flic. Ttuii W.rrn'l"NIV KI.WTR10
?ry TaCSH in wi.rlil Klinlv illflori-nl lluin
'trltthf IVrfarllUliuwr, om nlrht or
.Jilay with in se St ci"iliTt IXin-il I heflunoii. l)r J-
Miiiin.,(l 1 .mi nuimniii miiri. wii,..
MACNtTIC fU. TUS8 CO. 312 N. 6th .t. 81. Louil.
The llrlclnal unit army ri.
ate and always Reliable. Bewarecil ' rr'.''
m Imitation!. Indispensable to a. Il t.".
A your UrMBKlat ior "tlil Uler a
'and take no other, or inclose 4o
(alauirs) t.i us for particulars is i ! .by
r.-llll-M lllHll. l rArlll. -rhf.lcr
I hmilcnl I'd
IKAMliiupplicd by GK0.C.U00DW1N
. . . .. .....
a nilrwia aani".
'IT AfiEMS WM. G.
ij) Fisher Ranges,
257 'Main St.
TTAVINf4 been inpointed trustee under
I- I ...... . 1 In lha Irii.t. deed
ine Power, ou.
made oy. oar a. , 1,. u ri
securing im iaia... -,--,-- -
tbem maa aepiemurr i, 1., Uu. ..-':(-
alter Oaie, ueiauu n.iim "I'LZ" i ,V
payment thereof, at the I equoet of th holder
of laid no e, I will, on
Mondny, April B, J8S,
at 12 o'clock m., at the southwest oorner ot
Main and Madison street, in the A"!"
District of Shelby county. Ten;., sell the
following described tracijof ln ! : ""i
beginning at Carr and FSi'Z
on Oreer's line: thene east
Greer's SB corner thence north 10 cha ma to
Greer's SE corner: thrnce east ''
J.radshaw'8 SB corner: ihenw routh 3.,J
chains to McLemure and Oarr'i SW corner
nt llacr entry: theDC ea.n 13 chains;
?hen'c.Bnorth lo'chains to ; -m. and G deon
Pillow's line; thence eat .1S.M; h"n "l',rBr
50 chains; toence west 4i Wl chains to Cnrr
and McLcmore's lire; thence, north W.i9
chains to the beginning, containing KVipcres,
iioro or less, it tein t-.e same tract of land
conveyed to Pin.el Hughes by James K.
Felts by deed of Augufl 12, lto6. recotdod in
book 26, paoe 'i5. , , ,. . . ,
i Also, lot 1 of the Borland subdivision or
' lota, fronting 60 feet on the east side of Uor
I land avenue, and rnnning back between
i parallel lines 170 ieet Joan allcv. ..
I . . . . 1... (1 ,.t ..UM. n.krfiri.inn. n.
A1SO, Pari Ol HIV VI D.Ulu BUUUIM.'.", ,
the sontU boundary lioe ot lot 10, eighty leel
from the southwest corner ot same, and run
ning south at right angles with said bound
ary lite nine feet and six Inches: thmce at
right angles east sixteen 'ee' so a to run di
rectly orrthe comer of the mouth ofth
cittern : thence at riglit angles nine feet and
six inchei to the foulh b( unda-y 1 ne of said
propern, with all iaiorovemenfi thereon,
and being the same property conveyed to J.
E. billiird, trustee, by g. L and . U. Dent,
recorded in book 145, page 22.', of th record!
of Shelby county. ..... 1.
Terms of Sale-Cash. Title believed t b
good, but I lell only as tru'tee.
L. lh KSTKS, Ja.. Trnstte.
-a 1.1 II IS WKAI.TH Dr. K. C
KELLY, BOB Ti SEILLY,
rocers & Cotton Factors,
o. .102 Main Mreel. "Ti Wo-
Manhood Restored IM.
IUVKL.I 1 UKE. Ayii uniOT lou.uiiiini..-.
causing Prematura leoay. pnllll Pebililf , list ,
Manhood. 4c, baring tried lo v.m erjry kuoan
I O. J SIHIII . J -lllllmwmmmm
bk h b a . I! ir.-..KKl K to bi. 'Il""'"'"
Oft MimIIhoo Bttwt. Kempbla, Te
A FULL gtock of Wooden nd V.tallie
Cai" and CasVeU, Uunai Rohei. etc.,
alw.Ti!?hSd. Order. ,T.l..,aph or T.l
ephone Promptly ndd to.
Cottou Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Slroft. : : M emplita. T. i.
! JOHN L. MoCLKLLAS.
M. C. FKARCK. . ft f7M
MC Fearce & Co.
Cotton Factors & Commission Werch'ts,
No. 276 rRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN.
VI1 ' V.nr. ... VdiIV TlllTVIIT.
a guarante.) speeifio for Hysteria, Dull
ness. Convulsion"?, Fits. Nervoul Heoral
gia. Headache, SorvC" Prostration, caused
by the use of alcohol or tobacco; "fa
fulness. Mental PeprtJsion, 8s'tr,ing of tn.
Brain, resulting in iasanity and lea leg te.
misery,, decay aad death; rremature a
Age, Barrenness, Loss ol Power in either
Involuntary Losses ana Spermator
rhea, est- 1 by orer-exeriion of the
aelt-abuse oroi-Tindulgence. Kach boxoon
taici one moon ueatment. $1 a box, or
... kora. for ). sen: bv mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. J. auarcnt. Six
to cure any case. With each ".a""
by u for lix boxei, eceompauied
we will and the purchaaer our au
guarantee to refund the money if
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