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TOE LIBOR BILL PASSED
THE BOOTH BY 1 TOTE OF 105
Tfce Title f the aanre Cbajirrd
Mitratlea oa the Mrer
WamioTr, April 3. Uoue The
9peakr I"' before the Honee t cc in
lBQ)ciicn f om tin Acting Secretary
( tbn Trenaary Ir.u omitting at tirualea
from the Iutarinr .Department fur an
appropriation till,' uO.OuO to pay addi
tional pi naiorja allowed by the art of
M-rrb. list. 'Kef-ripl.
Mr. tamtaon Ky.1 ubmltt-d the
miouiny ryortol trie Committee on
KltctimiN eoLtwted election case of
11 n J eptlartK mia. Ordered printed.
Mr. tone N. Y called np the ad
Terof t Jxirl of the free f oitae bill.
Hi. O'Nei 1 Mo raised the qnea
Hon of consideration in order to call
np I he lalor arbitration biil.
After an infirna' dieruasion, in
whirh aa amicabla arrargmeDt ai
onaht lo be arrived at, Mr. Bland
Mr. iifrnSid nia williDnoM to yield
one i sir to tba labor bill, aa the gen
tleman ia eharae of that bill thought
it m'ght be paaaed within thit time.
Mr. Seed Me thorjaht that an
boar would avail ni thin?, ai the op
ponent ol Iho bill could talk that
boar away, and '.here waa langaaue
coign oa the other tide to do it.
On a riivinlon the House refused, by
a vo'a ( i IS to 76, to consider the sil
' verbill, aud thayeai and nays were
A proposition waa then made that,
Inate id of taking the yeas and nava,
one boar might be given to the dU
enrainn of the ailver bilk bat to this
Mr. O'Neill Mo ohjtctad. statin?
ti l' h wialitd the labcr bill to come
p laauibdiate y.
Tho vote v at, 8i; nays, 125 only
inphiwii'd ihi previoua action, and
for ti e tune being the ailver bill waa
laid aaide. and tke House wiint into
eorntii M of tie whole (Mr. Hpringnr
111 J in the chair) on thd labor arbi
Mr. E gerafArk. rcinr lf 1 the bill
a a perlcitiy wo'thlena bill, and, with
the e anrption i f the fifth metlon, n
Krfeo Irhaimlesi bill; unleialt might
inarmed in the wrong dirtrlion
that an t oj gave the row r io r illrond
eorporaiiimR to put their hands into
the United Sulci Treasury to enab o
tbeaa tn lht the wotklnKtnen.
Mr. Warm r Mo. ( U rid an amend
irent 1 t ividmg tl at tho membi ri of
the Tribunal of Arbitration thiill re
ceive a compensation of $10 a day ft r
the tine ac tually employed. It also
present the fees ana compenout on
to be allowed the cbrk, Meuograplier,
anarabaU and witui.Oi; provides that
the iribaual eball have tiie power to
Usn'ttbe nunibirof wituessea in each
fM', whoai fain shall be paid by the
Uuiied bialia, and appro, r ales a mif
Inient e im to turrytLe provisions of
th" bill Into effort.
M r. Til man 8. 0 offered an a u nd
uient to i lie amendment nrovidinir
that i e icdinti 1000 shall be paid
Oi.tef tie treasury to defray the ex
piate oi any siouio arbitration.
Too amendmeut wa agreed to, and
W aa' . t a
nr. naruers amendment was
Tba committee then rrsB and rc
ported the b,l to the llouse.
Mr. HewiU fN. Y 1 moved to recnm.
mit the bill, with insti notions to the
' Uoannltlee ea Labor to renoit in Hen
tbeienf a concurrent resolution ex-
pteseivo n ttieaensstl tLti GoDgiae
that, re fir at prsctlcable, a'l contrc-
r tea eotween einp'overs and era
nlovea tihould be sulicrt t.i rhitr,
Uon, eiiher by volnutury agreement
or id acre nance wttn the law.
Tbt n e loa was lost SO t 90-and
jjjeWU was awed yeas, 195; nays,
On motion of Mr. Kelly Fa.
the title .of the bill ai amend
ed so as to read : "To pro
vide a methol for sHtling contro
retries and differences Utween tail,
read corporations unpaged l inter
state and territorial transportation cf
prnperty aid passenKers and their
Debate on the a-Ner bill waa then
begun, aad Mr, Kolhr la. argued in
favor of a He tblettan-'ard aud charged
that the ijllcials of the Treasury L
. paitnaeot wre vlnlatint the laws and
thawiUrf the people in reftming to
pay oal aJver on the obligations of
. Mr. BarkxiMe Mlw. opposed the
sunpennei f silver cunnge, at did
Mr Ca'dw l!lnn. Mr.Ad-ms III.
poke in oppos t o i to the fn e coinage
proposition, and the House then ttok
a recese w itil 7:30.
T&e House net st 7 :30 o'clock, and
alter hearing several speeches on the
Irer aaeation adjourned.
rne rr.l)liaabrMae EmI Rim.
Lena .w, Apr 1 3 The annual Uni
I rwtr hot rare between the Oxford
and Cambridge crew waa rowed this
the aruei courre, fr m l'utney to Mor,
lake, aud resulted aa was xnprld. In
w. w u .1 in a ii i nr. i v h r iiu.r
Vic ory for the latler. The akv wh
pr tr elroiw at the ftatt ar,d during
the race, lhs water wa sutficieutly
"lumpy' to put to a thoiough test the
eta nil a rf the rren engaged in the
oob-t. Toe battii g was in itvor i.f
th Cam 'ii de crew. Therier bnks
weie b ti crowdtd with perple, thou
sand' of tl em making rf 1 e race an
evei t to- a hil dy. Ytutes enter,
priim uit ined th- s;pht-reei almi st
HKinm h kh t ie ccini3.. bstweeu the
Univfts ty atlibitee. tA' nianuf tctur.iig
criinnny ol New K-gltnd sent npev
eral bniulred amnjl bllo(ini from Put
ney, coi t lir.it ar adfeitiseuif nti of
their wee, ard i fTringanineof thf m
fres to ilm fl ub r o! the bsllo-iis.
Tbe-e whs rpp iij lenliy vn at nibirg
by iinm t-crods tmr. Crive tlm til
iootis a i bey ri.me io ground. Ti e
apnrt o c.iMoiii'd ly t'u whole i lhiir
greit end inn. s.'libsbl". Aund
all ib a j .In y a Lrg fcr.i.g . rengh
anr) Ll-i! . d m appeared on tbeM e. o,
Ri if o t iii i ud ll.e In I ibt?-u rtk. : Hint
:.J, ii r a--mo ' Koglft'iuitn who
w e iiua-.t M "if ei J ivinr. li en s-lv s.
Tbve m in ! td in pio 'wsi in along the
i-aee n n i.- I e ..ded bv u bam and
;"cuiii g a hunmr ru hi'i; al'eiifou 'o
tte ti.rtr M i r viiil ec H'nM 'jj tbo mi
er i'lojeo w.ikiii.tn i f lVV'tnit, a .d
cot. 're b j iifi. r j.tion ': V You I.V . ,
XK S TJe." '
Jmt mi tfi' s'sr'. Ivm rum hr'! ?
tilll.Kgh 'he cli) . n und t I'H ft Se ! I'f
briifiji v h be', ii i g which the ai'id
n.ole-ut' . Ot.o'il aunil'Ct'fji b-r
h iic f s'h i '1 ha bokti e c
(lUr.eil eenn, w!0 te M bV t-s
lire h i . ii i . j u .is t Vi r. wi!:i-- A
on !. uhS o- u out a mile. Ti'eti
iini i yi "' ii'"io t .n (tlpii n f-w
'.vtt'n-1 A. 1 i iiis tfi o i J ft (' 'be
yA, c 'X 'it I ii,i- Ctii.briiL'e
jni-n nd" ev-ii. i'i s r.-. o -.puns t)
pe' h f'' m ibt-ir r, n,p ti o a, but
ti e i t e- pond. l in t ,y a id MU'-OfH-'ii'
v to e,c ), aiui, ncn lininmer
fI),ito t.- H m- . H ,(, (;.,.
bridge rot wss bot a quarter of a
ler.ktli abrad. A mil and a half had
now t een rowd and the conteet con
tinued stubbo r, Wily even and ex
citirg op ti tie mo and one-balf mile
poet, oj porits Chiswick cjure. Here
Oxfjrd spurtfd. The boat responded
fairly, shooting along nntil the prow
sot even with that ol the CambiHge
and then pasecd :t by a few feet. The
constant were urged on by cheer
ing that was loud and inapiring. The
CmhriuVe men ara-loa lf etnt triei
boat np even with that of trie Ox
ford, and the boats were
kept even nntil Barnes's bridiio
was passed. Heio Deb her crew had
any viriula advantage, and both were
stiaining to suc'i a (.ou t that ec.h
overpimed form ami sultihed. The
pe pl', along i t.e bauk and on the
rxuti I .ilowiog, were low almost wild
wtb exriteiiient. and cries of "Dead
heat," "D ad heat." v. ere everywhere
hrard. But neat the tinis! the Cam
bridge uion were able to add one mire
spurt to their long-enataineit pull, atd
it moved their cmftstfr-rty-lwosttokos
to lbs minute a few feet ahead, and
theypasMd the limit at most a half
length in advance, winning one of the
greatest races ever towed. The race
is everywhere p'onoiiB'.'ed the en ate
pulbd oi the Thames since the dead
best if 1877. Tin length of the court
whs Mir and one-eightli miles.
TOULOJI. TDNJt. .
llow This LMIt Aaaoaa- the Poll
OIHeea Waa RrnnrS,
tooaiaarnsuixca o ras arraAL.I
Toixok, Te.vm., April 3. Tho firot
two letters were sentout from this lub
ly I'KtabliHlied poHtollice hint Thursday
morning. One whm addressed to
HrMka, nly fle Co., Memphis. Tonn
mill the other to Alius Emma llurch
Denton, Tex. Dan V. Amlcraon is the
poHtniHHter. He also runs a store of
general merchandise, and is doing a
prosperous utisiiiim I lie country
nmiind Toulon is as good as any por
tion of Haywood county. The olllce
is Hitiiiiteil on the lirowiiKvilIu and
Curve route, fourteen miles from
Ilrowimville, on tho louisvillc and
Nashville railmml, and soven miles
from Hiplcy, on tliu Chosnpeakn, Ohio
nnd Southwestern rnilroud. Mr. Hur
nl J. Anderson got ii poHtoflico near
huh place during Andrew Jackson i
ndmiiiiHtrHtion. 'ihurc was a route bo
twit'ii lirowiiHvillo and Ktilton, on the
MiKniHsijiii river, and a competitor of
Memphis. Tho distance whs forty-five
miles. Toulon w.w rsUiblished as a
branch route. At IhiH time ixmtofllccs
are seen in ninny cases every three
miles. Toulon got lU mime from apliico
in Franco. Herrod J. Anderson iiiuncd
the place, and vios a young man when
.iiilpieon i oi r ranee was shaking
the civilised world with his brilliant
deeds oi warfare, nnd of valor. Nano.
loon, when very young, coninienced
ins reimirkiilile eurocrat tho sietre of
Toulon by tho English. Ho gained a
signal victory, and in honor ol it this
place as then named Toulon, and tho
same nHine has been handed down to
the present day. In ISII!) n post
inuto was established between Browns
ville ami Dymsburg, a dirtlance of
torty-three miles. Toulon continued
as an olllce until oodville beean.H
little town, and the olllce was moved
there. (Jen. William Conner was olico
post master at Woodville. Hi! is now
eighty years old, and can bent a tifteen-
yonr-old hoy in a foot race.
Toulon before tho war was noted for
its good school. M r. Coltart, a Scotch,
man, was secured as a teacher bv Mr
Anderson nnd Dr. Samuel Oldham.
and a llrst-cluss school was kept up for
ten years by that good and intelligent
old Scotchman. Tho fruits aru plainly
visible to this day in the descendants
oi ins scnoiars. riiero were some
w ealt hy and intelligent men who lived
at and nearTotilon. Among thorn may
be mentioned Dr. Samuel Oldham,
whose lino farm is now owned bv J.
T. Fargaaoii of Memphis; Col. Boljert
V.. II 1 I il ...
v. ."uniii, imirou ii, Anoerson, r,iea
eaer G. Young, IwiR 8. Maelin, Dr.
II. O. Anderson. I'rof. Coltart. (?nl A.
H. Oldham and others. The largo farms
are now divided up.aml in many cases
havo been improved. Tho Nelson
farm has lately been divided, and has
occn iniprovea considerahly.
I have given tho readers of tho Ar
pel. this bit of historv. and it will nn
doubt interest many, in Haywood and
i Aiuieruaie counties especially.
AIH)ftlSi 10 THE V0VE
Vrm I bo MnnrraKa farljr of Sit-w
Naw York. Anril 3.Thi followini.
..I.1-...... 1 1 11. .v
"""i " neen lorwaroed to itomo;
To Hit Ilolineaf, Port Leo Xllli
RaviRKND Sib The Wonmn nf.
frngi' jiarty of New York State, an or
ganisation devoted to the promotion
of vii'tuo, justice and civilisation, and
in part coaiposed of persona not moin-
oers oi tno ulittrcu ,ove.r winch you
pres do, desire to express to you their
warmest thanks for your just and ben
eflcieiit decision in tho case, of the
Primrose League of England, sanction,
ing women taking part in nolitica. Tho
impression htuf nrevaileil in Amorica,
ilesoito the noble examples of many
Catholics, that tho Catholic Church
is hostile to worauna liberty. This
grand decision will go far to remove
this error, and to aid tho uplifting of
women, and henco of mankind,
throughout the world. No act that
your predecessors for manv genera
tions have done will bear such great
and glorious fruit. With kindest
wishes and grateful hearts, we are
yours in sincere respect,
CLKMKM.'K 8. 1,0-ciB. '
Ch-I'm-n 8 t CotumittM.
HAMILTON WILI.C X,
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PROFESSOR 1. A. DOGE
KITES HIS SEAL TIEffS AS TO
Which 11a Bijrcta At Being Con
trary to the B.ble.tke Tery
Word of God.
By tequeet cf tbe gentleman to
whom the following Utter wa ad
d reeled we make rocm for it in this
issue oi me appkal
. Uvea; ma .Tot.CTioBf
FaixoBToi, M. J.. March 30.' ISM
Tkab Sib I am orncb obliged to
you and your fr end for cal.ing my
nfenuon ti tbe nee m ds cf certain
ocaional a Iterances of Drs. MiCjsb.
Pettinand myself on tie snbjtct of
tbecrltia of man, and cf tbe obviously
labored attempt made tj represent os
assympuuiiiDg with tbe position oc
cupied by tbe party of advanced
opinions now agitating this qneition
in the Southern Presbyterian Church.
While fueling strongly end thinking
definitely on tbe subject, we have
conscientiously avoided all refereme
to tbe painful coit'oveisy in your
church. This was plainly ibe duty of
every person situated aa we are. All
such controversies ctme instantly to
i i . . i . . ,
involve mucn inai ia person ii, local
and accidental, in aidition to tbe mat
ters of ict or principle with which
they Mart; therefore both because
wa were impeifee'lr Informed, and
because it is none of onr business, we
nave simply held oar tongues.
But the situation is altogether
changed when we find tbat im
perfect reports of (x emporaneous
uctures, and Inferencee from certain
written opinions are used to connect
our names witb, and thus render u
conttructively responaib'e fjr posi
t ons and issue! involved in vour con.
troversy, wiih which neither of ns
have the least sympathy. The led ure
oi mine qnoied, in part, by tbe Mom
phis Appbal of Suur'ay, March 21st,
was never written, and was very im
perfectly reported. Tbe pa t which
releu d to evolution, and us relation
to the origin rf Adam, is altogether
omitted in tbe Memphis Affkal. If
it bed been given correctly, no readtr
would ever have ques'ioned sgaln on
which side I B'aDd with reference to
tbismaitir. I am alone r fpmsible
for this letter, but I am cerum that
I accmat ly represent the opinions cf
vra. Mcuoun a ju i atton as well as my
Evolution as a working hypothesis
rf scientific men lies beyond the
sphere ol our criticism, ard threatens
no int rcBt with which we are con.
ctrmd. Science baa authority only
because it dia's witn questions cai ab e
of definite verification. When limited
definitely to her own sphere she is not
to bequeslioned, and cannot bete i ted.
But her sphere ii c oreepondingly
i arrow. Soe has to do viith phenome
na, things c-pableof being determined
by thee-'nie, andthtirlikerewes.and
unlikenerS'S, their co exi teica, aad
successions. All speculation as to
ramus end final ends belongs to the
de.iBrtmeiit of philosophy. And the
current philosophy of evolution, which
hypo hiCntvs spontaneous generation.
and the genetic evolution of a'l exist
ing living beings frrra the same ori
niary germs, has is little of tbe char-
autt-r cf teal sc ence.anl as little of I s
authority, as ai yothir philoiopbical
a.eculitiorj wbcli ever tiaasieutly
doubled the curreLti of human
thought. There is no evidence that
demands serious consideration to
prove that man was O'igii ally gner-
aisj irom non tjunari aooesto s. . I: is
preposterous to use1! It aa a fact of
science. Many intelligent men rega'd
it as probable oa the side of physical
analogy, and of precisely that amount
of value. We think that even if spe
cific variation by descent should be
proved to have been the method fol
lowed by Gt)d in bringing into exist
ence the successive orcleis of th
lowor animals, the immense prole
bllity in the cate f man.lcokirir noon
tbe proLlem in the light of
revelation and of the inte let tool
and Moral side of man, is that the pi e
paratory law ceased to mis in this su-
prema instance, aid that God's own
imsge waa brought into existence by
an immediate aotof Ood Iiunstlf. dr
tainly the Scripture", which we de
voo'lr btl'eve to be tae very word tf
uou, reader tins very ildu In wbit
t iey teach ai to tbe production of
r.ve. An evomt nn ot the body of
Adam, since evolu'l n signifies ad
vanced changes through immoiteuia
My minute variatiorjp. could not possi
bly h we been effejted in tlieniaellne
a'one. lie must hsve hai a mother
as well es a father, and be most l ave
hid sisters and fcmale cousins as well.
If tbe theory of evolution snlman
holds makes room for the Bible ac
count of Eve, neither 'tbe scb mists,
nor tbe philosophers, nor the theolo
gtsa will make room for him.
. With thf bie' wishes for, the pros
perity of yourself and of vour noble
and beloved church, and of all its
Institutions, J remain yonra, sincerely,
a. a. uou a
P. 8. Tossy tbat God created tbe
bodv ot Adam oat of pre-existing ma
tenals is to far precisely what the
Bible says. But this ia very different
from saying tbat it was produced by
a process of natural geaeretion from
tbe bodies of bra e ancestor. To (ay
that Ood firmed a lolv aa a new
creation oat ofpieexUtng matter,
ana ii.ea pi area a bewiv-crtatad si a
loir, ieoi.e thing. But tlis is Terv
d ff irent from saying tbat a Irate gen
era ed a aouiieaa b sly, and then tbat
Ood put a soul created ia His own
imsge in it.
Ibe) Happy Idra of Rrnaloa of
A 'ati number of llanxr't Iiaiar I as
an a;t;i'luon "Leiileu f ent Vin-it," in
wire' I are BiTibeil thw social recna
w ivrnii!tid tin m -elves by tlie con-
ciei.liuun delict s of thw rno'ro.xt i
iluiinn the pei.i'et.t al weeks now
pa-s't K Wilbout prej umirR to bo o
autl o ty i.i si'.rh i, a'lfis v e venme
o q'iMfirin w I. ether th-t nice ( Ci b'ei-
ett co social prub'on bss anywhere
n-i eir. d a liai.pi -r ("ohitio-i than h- r ',
nn, I tow Memphis, Teno., Ap-il,
lS'-C -at the bmulsol i nr charnahle
Uni s wl'O'n i od rieedi are every
winro gpuketi cf. O cocci reiveVhe
ap,-).- idei i f a rem i .n "f oar o il
f 10 (n no under i-ev n'y tbvo be nit
riil o ii) wti n Kivi.imk in OKI
I'itn.'A ima rtr I y, the proceuls hi
ne d. vo i ll lo c'lntitv, rapidly too'
fi rm and lif' md urn. mo U.d inell e
min i, hen nt i 'ill . p. n.p i.iH il.icK to
he t'. ne. It ;S nw insafa'rw y lo
In d 1., mill i!uti w. l. licittid'c
i.i. t -nd w h b on b 1, t -fiiorrow f ir
an Ki-piiii g ?i i lp. 0 ( Ti.i.-s, a' Meni-P-
s Ui'tl.il, April l.itti, from 7:.0io
10 i'c.c i in the e v. mint. We aru
pifiii'H'd t'ie iinvel ffu rue's t x
iivii-u vie. lire in as many d.flei
eot f anu8 (i. e, room ) r
no 'u -ii.it liimeeholil indn-trio-:i'il
ruhhortin,-id nierrv-n akirrs
i f pioneer d- ve. 1 here wi 1 be a BittR-
APPEAL SUNDAY, APItIL 4, 1886.
inv school, with a pedantic einging
master in a wig and small clothes la
boriously drilling a company of nutica
iu heating time aod singing scalts; a
qailting party with ittCDmp'rment of
mttrons, maids and attendant swains,
perionating tbe beaox and beauties of
primitive times; an apple-raring,
wberearuitic company mirrily peel
and quarter and string for drying the
Innocent cciaiion of Elen's bligt',
while tbe gourd of cidtr and pltte of
gingerbread drown the sad rerol
iect on. Tbeie will be a corn busking
(plenty of red ears guaranteed), with
two smiling rows of yonng folks in old
titnegarb, matched agniast each other;
a spinning fiolic with demure spinners
in caps andelbow sleevis,and soon
till tbe born blows for snpperin tbe
old-time kuchen, soon after which the
curtain falls. Fifty fjor irfluentiitl
and energetic ladies have this enter
prise well in hand. The names of those
on the eeveial committees assisting in
its success, snd the fict that eeery
worker of tbe 200 or more enlisted
pays full price for their ticket of ad
mtsri n lo the treat her own bands as
sist in prepaiing, shows how onvllhh
and careen is the purpose nndeilying
it all. '
Fire la a march Mlulaw eboel at
Ciiicaoo, III., April 3. Tho sewing
classes of the Central Church Mission
School were at their meeting on Cly
bourn avenue this morning. There
were over 400 liitlo girls present in
charge of forty lady teachers, when a
fire from below burst through the reg
ister into the room, which tilled the
littles ones with horror. 8oizod with
a suddon desire for safety, they be
came uncontrollable and burst from
the room and down the atairway to
the streets. The Kev. Mr. Lattimer,
pastor of the mission, and Mr. Tucker
of the training school, were present
and attempted to pacify the children,
but with little efloct. Thoro were no
serious results beyond bruises and
scratches and slight injuries received
by Mr. Tucker. The fire was soon
extinguished with little damage to the
Heries A Bre., St. Loala.
St. Iouib, Mo., April 3. Herman A
Ixjopolii llerr.og, dr goods merchants,
No. 41 1 North Fourth street, con
fessed judgment in tho Circuit Court
this morning for various amounts ag
gregating about 17,0()0. Attach
ment suits were then entered against
tho firm for 7(HH). The liabilities are
given at J(S0,((X) and the assets at
about the same amount. The credit
ors aie nearly all Eastern.
Hovenaeela of Ocean Hieamera.
NkwYokk, April 8. Arrived: Bal
t'c, Liverpool: Parisian Monarch and
( recce, I or don.
" l fir .; T"
, . ... ' ..-'r '-vJt
MOST PERFECT (MADE
Prepereil with apectni regard to health.
No Ammonia, Lime or Alum,
PRICE BAKtNO POWDER CO..
chicaoo. ' wt. inula
Farewell te tba Exernclaiing I'aliis
I writs to iteU mvOBlnion ofOmsa'a Pin-
aaaa Blood Kinivti ne a bleod medisine
and the elf eot it bee had on my sell and
otbere. Wordi can hrdl eipreei ell I
would like to ley. bot fdr yeere I nalored
the mst eicmemtlnj pitin from Rhmmn
tl m and naine erlelna from dienrderfd eon-
diton of bod belore neini the blood Re-
newer, beln( lor month! unable to welk or
move tur lower limbi. Alter eimmnolne
Iheu-eoflhe Blood Her ewer I found each
relief 1 oontinued to uea it umii I had taken
bout one half alloni and it bee now barn
Iwn year or m ore emojlhire nred it. and
bar ii. re inffered but Terr little nothine.
enmiiaratiedy i.eaking. I hTe alao fur
niibed teveral ptro with the Blood Ke
neer, end each of them experienced treat
relief from tbe ate of it.
Hockinart, Ua. B. 8. CIIKRRT.
Liver t'omplulnt and Blond PoIhob
I hT been valng Guiaa'a Pioxnta Blood
Ktniii lor Liver ComnUlnl and Blood
Poison, and I can obeer ulijr mj it hat made
an entire cure for met it i all o aimed f- r
it. and I will cheerluliy reoomoienn it to all
bo wlh a biovd renener.
Uriffln.Ua. NED JOHNSON.
A Voice from tbe Lone Star State.
flct's't Pioaaaa B.ooo Rmawaa baa
cured one ef nr children of one oi I e worat
oure ot roro ula I ever aw. Her akin nee
olear aa mine, and the deotora nay it ia a per
manent cure in their opinion. 1 aia thank
ful for hivhier tried the remedy.
ilallaa.Tea. WILLIAM b. PARKS.
Itead How aiiser VTas tared.
" For fire or eix yeert I bed been alHio ed
w.tk wh -t tvery one pronoaneed to be a en
eereo mr no-e. After trying verinoi reme
i ea with ne euooea 1 waa induocd to try
Omaa'a Piosaaa Blood Kaaawaa. Alter
niTi feveral bott'e ef the Heneaer, I em
hurrr to atata that all appearano ol the
onoer or any other ek n dieae ha been
driven away, aud I have nerleorei no
pain irom the oancer atire. I heartily re
oomn enJ the Bio d Kenewer to ell who may
e etUioUdia a Ike manner. -I believe it
t be the "beet medieii.e in existence" for
the cure of every and ell diaeaaei ariilng
iron linn rlty of the blond.
Covlnlon,U. B. N STALT.INUS.
No. M?4 R.D.-I ike Ch.noe y Court of
!Uy oounty, Tenn Male ol Tennea-
e, one eio , vi. ,hn M honeye' M.
I' i'ii rn fr. m the bill and petition of
receiver, wn-o i ia aniorn t i in tun n it that
the d'onilAnta, Win K. I'eiley, ia a rei
oent ef l.ouiev tl e. S'ate ol Kentuoky. end
rnn reaidentuf the Stele of lenuraree, end
the U'.knnwn h i. of Tho". 1). Mnnona,
dcoea cd. whpe na e at. d re "Ucutfea can
not he no rtnired n t'ir ililificnt iniiiiv,
who are itiierrrttd in ihe -t h i f oi li t M,
.1 IV rii.,.ur'i. fubdivis on ni country lol
I'.Ki. S'x'ln'i, i rt, a nth nd Million tie t j
It in ih.refm onli re.1, Ihnt they make
their pi iren.e h.-rin, ni ihe courthouse
i.t .She'll, oo'ii.ly, in Mauiptii, Tenn , i n i f
b. lore Ihe fir t Mounay in Miir, 1W, and
i.lca.1. ni'Keer or drtnor to coui.lHitianl'a
lull, or the PHiue will be taken f.-r ooa
rtt& aa lotheiii and ret lor h-arina a
rtte; an.i Ih.tt a coi.y of th ii order he uh
uSed nee a week, f.-r It ur ano -rnt:Ye
wwrkn. in the Meiuphie Appeal. Thii Lllb
dny of .March, iKh a -oi. fet:
i M I'd K L, Clerk and Master.
Vr H. F. W a th, lie.i.ty lli-rk ai d .V Meter.
A ei a kor aud ... : e r. mi'ic tc-
r- -c r - - -
a a t, . i.1 ti I Ml.iHu. a. 1..
VVtiT iN KRVe AMI llettN I BKlWItNT,
aauanin".el ipvciun lor liy-fteria, liiiai
ne.a, ''onu1t u , Kiia. Nerv u Neural-
Sie, lleaom-he, Nc-i PrnsirHtion, emmed
v ti-c 11-e ol jlcohol or I oaeoo; Vuke-fii'ne-n.
Ventnl ti.. rc.(ii n, So i-- inc ot the
hrmii. rt-NDliiiii, in in-atiity and 1- 11 in- iu
in 1 -01 y . dve.v en.) nth; Premature
Aee, I'.arreT.iio-.., Lore ol Vow.,- in eithor
Involimt'iry L.in.-e and tperuint. r
rbea. ce . by over -eieitinn of Ibe brain.
aell-Hhcue or o. 1 miluionce. bach box con
teine or.e n n- f trrmtornt. fl e Imii, 01
aix hox.p lor t", ee-i 1 mail rephii. on
reipl ot price. H e tttur e Six t'.oxoi
to cure any ca-e. With eacb ordr 1. ceived
ly ua lor tlx boxea, eccotrpaniad wit
ee will aetid the pnrrbaer our written
auarn to to refund tbe money il tbe treat
mrnt doe 01 etlcct a core, iiua.rar.teee
iMiied only h.- A KWHt r 0.. Urm-
e-. V.n. T - '
Of Facts for the Publl
Atlakta. Ga., January 211888.
Emerging from a severe and long
pell of typhoid fever, I discovered
that the fever had settled in my right
leg, which caused it to swell to ao
enormous size, remaining so quite
three years, resisting all treatment.
A small ulcer finally made its appear
ance a little above the anile, which
refused to heal to any and all exter
nal application and the nse of the
most noted blood poison remedies.
The ulcer continued to enlarge,
frequently discharging, perhaps, as
much as a cupful of pus or matter
per day. Th size of the ulcer was
about two inches in diameter, ex
tending to a depth near the bone.
At one time it appeared that the
flesh in all contiguous parts would
surely become a running sore, as its
peculiarly flabby, spotted and un
healthy condition clearly indicated,
and lit was intimated that I might
lose my leg. My condition becoming
so critical, and the ulcer enlarging
so rapidly, we sent for Dr. J. P.
Dromgoole, who made a thorough
exuznination, and said that the flesh
on my leg for six inches around the
sore would soon slough oS if not
remedied; that I must have my leg
bandaged daily and commence the
use oi B. B. B.
I acted according to his instruc
tions, and after using the second bot
tle the ulcer looked fresh and healthv
and commenced healing. I continued
tho use oi B. B. B., and to the great
astonishment and satisfaction ot my
self and friends, the ulcer continued
to heal rapidly aod is now entirely
well, and I am attending to my busi
ness at W. II. Brotherton's store. I
do not hesitate to recommend B.B.B.
as a wondorful, speedy and effectual
blood purificr.far superior to anything
etao I ever used.
I refer to W. H. Brotherton, W.
B. Cono, Maj. I). A. Cook, Dr. Park,
Dr. J. L. Pirson and others of At
lanta. W. M. CHESHIRE.
W-04PIIAI. PRIZE, 7S,000.-w
Tlekels only 95 Nbaiea in
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Vo in krrnbv tf'ii'y tti-it tor ii?e'mtrAt
A"uu(efNfor nil tht Monthly and Qwr
tern iratma' o t'r io...,ia i'(u( Latum
CawfMiNv. nnd in ptriuh i,hace and control
tm .v... 11... i . L .1..
art unwiutUK ml- kitntp, fairntu and in
pooi iau tmrnra o" iturt tee niilAwui
thr flumpanv lo ' C" wl. riU. with fao
etmie o' m .tVn.iit..-. n.W, iU
V, tht vnirrtifntH, Bmlu and Banim,
wtll pay all Print drawn ta Tkt Ltmiiianm
HtaU Lotfntt vtkiek may ee resealeet at owr
J. II Oflt.EABT.Prea. La. Wal'l Bank.
J.W.HILRBCril.Prpa 8dtleNal'l Hk
BALDWIN, Prea, W. . Hal. Bk.
laoorporated In ISoSfor twenty-five yeart
by ihe ueniaUtuta for Educational and
Cr arjtabla onrpo.'ea with a capital of II,
(JdO.OOO to whiah a reaerve fund of over 1360,
(XiO has alnoe been added.
By an overwhelming populai vote lt
francniee wa- made a part of the pro'entState
fonatitntlas, adopted Decembor 3d, A.I).
Th only Lottery eeer eoted oa aad tadorsed
by Me peefle of any Statt.
it aeeer eealea or poalpoaee.
I la Clrnnil Ninale Nnmber Drawlnaa
tHbei .e monlhly, atud Ihe x
lraorllaiar lirawinaa rraroiarly ev
ery three ineniha innead or ateanl
Aeneally u.bertorare, kealnwlaiSJ
A HPLENDIIi OPPOBTriVITT TO
WI A lOHTI Ni;. FOUKTH GRAND
DRAWINU, CLASS l, la TUB ACADEMY
OF MUK1C, NKW0RLBAN8. TUESDAY,
aatrll It, la- llet Monthly Drawina.
CAPITAIi PBIZE, 875,000.
100,000 Tlrheta at rive Dellan
rnaetloaia, la Pirttaa, ia
LIST OF PRIZES.
I Capital priie...
5 Priaei of 2iM)..
, 10,01 e
, 13,01 0
, Ki, mo
10 Priaoa of liam.,
20 Prieee of
1110 Priaea of
300 Priaea of
5110 Priaea of
1000 Priaea of
9 Approximation priaei of I7,V)....
9 Approximation priaea of rjliO...
9 Approximation priaea ef 250......
1967 Priaea, amonntlnt to.........t6.Si0
Application for ratea to olubt thould be
mad only to the office of the Company in
For further Information write clearly,
fivlne full addreaa. POK F A L 81 OT K-, Ex-
rireaa Money Orders, or New York Exchange
n ordinary letter. Currenoy by Kxpreaa tail
anma of t5 and upward at oar expenet),
St. A. 1 AliPHIX,
Slew llrlenna, l.a.
Or M A "afPHii",
Unliluitiou l '.,
or at 6 Went I nan .si., ten(il)St, Tfit
X.ike P. 0. "imey Orders :a)alile
anrt ad dries Keirisiereil Letter to
MKW UUI.KIVS NA.riW.NAI. HANK,
Vw lrl.i--;. I a
A Valuable Patent
lannjy'a (llnraej loin and 1'ia I'lan-
HAVINfl perfect, dny Inrentloti. I;b
place it h. lore Ihe public, a'peotally
r ufaoiurcri). Aa a Coin Piunier, il ia a
perfect -ui-o-ea -or en- tv drill, di'trii nta
the aecd a".-. rate!y, unimured, aai covcra
the aine, thcr. t v one loan penoru.iriii Ihe
work ot three. 1 havo be 1 -.bvd 10
thtaaeclion tor over 1 d.o.r. Jttre wrn pe.r
ect aHtislartion. Ian give wi.. aihle ttiti
JOHN U. PAVCV, )nncyvi'.!e,
HeweeH ini-.v. le-i.
O 1 CNO ST., MEMPHIS, TENN..
-T O hn heen in fit U ', tie t
itifr !! di-rftiiM" nf the Krciu" fpri tl
iu t wi'h ntii orm 8 ti coot a, iibout iho u a nl
tho kn, 0 or 1 tr iture. IueM trrnrtl:
tift I'Ht-nn. I. lirtiii.iint f.n, Ptr9, Hect 1
Vlot-r Kiriiu1-, uto, Pntrp'. ,"trrh,
' trirlure. Kxc -rerjro. Around U Kotuiu.
Proniun, Prtiitin, llemnrrt ape, S'm oi
(ho ihmrtu. Chronic LflarrLo and chronic
CnII ntxi coo to-tirnoniali.
Co itHtioii l oo. At borro th eKoe-nd
nd fonrth o k of frh n o t".
H E?2f." '4
CANES CURED WITHOUT THE
The Mrtiirtl Uric, published at 8t Loaia, aaya "TJaedToiraaneaiaaeaeel KaaraWaat Marts
In tbe June lfeM, Lue : " Mauy have liwome , Zare eienrtma, took aad " " i , "jZiT
Ticuma to the uee of opium or niori blue, from
the uee of tboee drura for the relief of Neurai
fia. II le tnulf) ug to obecrve that auch dan
Kerou oniinequenoea may be avcrtl by the
nee of Tonoaumi, which ia almost a tpecinc
ia tba acuta lurm of Meuralgia."
FOB. BALE BT ALL DRUOGUiTA
A. A. MPLDFff. Hole Proprietor, 7Q9
W. A. GAGE & CO.
: Cotton "F'dGtoirm,
Wo. SOO Front Street, : Memplifn. Tenn
DILLARD & COFFIN,
raah Adranew to IvferrhfiM.ai nnd PIaii1-h.
Sternberg & Son,
(8VCCESNORS TO ITC8HBERQ ek LKK)
TOBAGGO, CIGARS & PIPES,
ATM Front, Nr.. r nr. I
8. O. BERIfDON.
' Anil Maiuifai'lurerei' Agentia.
8.18 Front S't.t Hiioiiim S ami 9. IVMnlrn. Memphly, Tenn. Telephone 754.
THE LIVERIBORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY.
FOUNDS! & MACHINE DKI'XlliO to 174 ldar.8 St, Memphis.
t runla A f
IRON & RAILWAY7 SUPPLY DEFT, 22G and 228 Second St.
tSureetaoriinthla leparttnentto JOHN MAN0OUB.)
arWr'tim for ii.fnrmatinn on ANY HIINft in either line.
P. R. ALSTON,
ALSTON, CEOWELL & CO.
And Cemmlsaion Mercbuntg. Haf , Corn Oats, Kran, Cliap Feed, OU-Meal,
Llw , i;omeut. Piaster, llBlIdluif and Fire Brlr.k, Etc
Cor. Front and ITnion. 1 Howard Rot?. Memphis.
NO. S. TOOL X. Ii. MoOOWAN.
TOOF, J'EOIli CO.,
Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors,
And Dealers in Levee and Railroad Supplies,
pTo. 974 Tvo-nt Stvoot
LOGHRAfJ & Co
t .;. .evvHa ;"'-Jt 4 ? ?.Lr:?
oiAVf AMU PiNlWOaMiLJU MAVT-YAHTl-
Doors. Sash. Blinds. Molding. Lumber.
Latin aud Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar FosJs.
Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocery
ISo. 11 ITnlon Wtreel, : : Tfeiainiils, Tiei.
Curry C'ouiIin, ' Horn ltnirhB.
A Complete Line r (lie itltoTe Oooiiei ai Lowest I'rlceM.
ttAI)IljI2t IIAKKSS A3SI CiAllff
:un mil tun Mn.n hirveU Momplils Tenn.
PURSlMSr io a trupf Uf d rieoutei (o
iue a trufi'C. by J. K. t'-ipion ntid M
A. Flirpin. o Jn Aug ift 1ft, js8i wiri ra
a?aidtl in the hettisie tlie of Miuibj'
C'luntf. Inneet:, in b"tk ZSo. pane
30, X will, n
Mtinn-na, Aj.r 1 lo, lHii,
duTinff 1 us. h 'ur:, ny, n front of the
u'l hcu- donr ot a , rou ty, nt i uSIic
rutcry, f r ca-h, tie irptr t n.treKy o:i-i-y
U, Ti : I ot Nn two in t' e iv ri o
of 'he it p-Try .hi to V. l.nipn m tn
eri' vf th t'efitie tea V ne 'tid Kire In
euran t'omjuiiy u, ( Iihu. I'.t t r ct m1.
Ch iiOrrs ur f Shf iv l ou'ity, T nnr-
ee. fai Int trnntirty ii fee' 7 inoheH in we
line ni be bv ir ot by a ire,"b westwur.t h
of 144) fe t. r Irrencf b in tr n.ade on
nmte partiru'rir oep ntion to drj Tt
t f title in p. I kVinKe, reroHt-1 in aaia
Re ieter'e office, ho k ft, mi t19 eio.
Keiiemi'tion. dower and hoa.et.i waiTed
Title bvltered good.
ii. H. H'MI'.n, irntee.
USE OF OPIUM OR r MORPHINCI
Joyea partoot tneduee Iron bm f T7iJ-wrt
. k U Koaa, M. B7CllrrTflle, Me,
Have (Teen Tcncenne a Mrteial n Veanerak.
O. V . Liutu. U. D Pinevin. Ma.
PRICR (INK TWIT r w mm mm m
and 711 WABUmoTQW AVKMUH. BT. UHJaB.
In Inn. Mpmnlila Tatiti
- nj ai pii iej ja a a aim
Bar I roat.
- ' ' -niMri ii aaaar
H. H. HAfJRT.
J. 8. MoTIQHB.
V. 9. PATTK80B
-Metnin I o. Tenweea
V f -...to.
Tree liitlns, IVrp l inks,
llllllll'rt, 1 ll HlllKra,
Single Tree, ISepalr I.liikek
oubIe Trees, 'ol'ou Kotre,
SHELBY COUNTY BONGS.
NOT Vf, if herebr rven Ihe holdera of
$ :i.on j"helbv rr.un'y Bieda, uaturing
Ar.r'l, l".'!, in r'e-enl th exitie.'nr I'ujinent,
at ihe Mim'jailan rlnvieia ll,a aod Trui
Company, in itemi hie. I. i n.
U i. .IH!iN-f)N,
8 II MISt! 'D,
KDW AHIi i.li !VITU.
1). r. rLO'iillTEH..
V. 1). JohlMM.
Board of Fnniti. Co umi.a.uneri of fhelby
mum v. 1 er i.e a e.
Men.p-i. Tenn Verrh 1. lSKi.
I Jb.n..tliA.S IU nib r rli'M all
xJ prriMt.H eeekir.e tiovernmect Km
iiloymret in any ol tbe derartinenUk,
Vah:nston, or any i.iher ro. itk.aa ooilei
the Hover em, I will ri loll iatiroetioa '
aa to how to ) orei tf ohtain tbeeane,
and Diana leiinavl A i.pllraliov .1.
receipt ot One Hitler. "! J4IJi
l-l'KUH. erk.k lllleara.