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MEMPHIS, TEXN., TUESDAY, APltIL 20, 1SS6.
VOL. XLVI NO. i3.
T1IE TELEPHONE CASES.
MOCEEDIXGS TO BEGIS
1st, AT COLClBt'S, 0.
Bills of Iteret to tbe South Eo
t.nslafetlc Labor MeUfr--. -f
Seathern FoUl Chattel. . :
ISHCUL TO TBI APPUL l
Washinotom, Anril 19.-The gov
ernment counsel in the telephone bu t
have agreed to meet at Columbus
June J st next The firet points to be
Tais d by the defense will be, it is
aid, the questions of jurisdiction and
tbe right of the government to bring
to-day reported adversely from the
the Judiciary Committee a bill to
grant full pay for the remainder of
their lives to all Judges of the United
States Courts who may resign after
thirty years s-rvice, or who may he
roine seventy yearn of age.
The following bills of interest to the
South were introduced :
By Mr. Catchings: A bill for the re
lief of John D. Tinney of Vicksburg,
By Mr. McMillin: Bills for tha re
lief of John W. Spra llin of Sumner
county. Tnn., and John T. Bandey.
By Mr. Kichiirilson: A bill to pro
vide for the extension of bonds of all
officials by their sureties in uliquat
SOCTHKHN I'OSTAL CHANGES.
New Offices -At Meguid, Frio conn
ty, Tenn., Thomas L Miller, post
njawter. Mail Messenger Service Discon
tinued Arkansas: Alma, Crawford
countv, from St. Louis and San Fran
cisco 'railroad at I,ille. state, from
Star Service Established Arkansas:
Bentonville to Southwest City, Mo.,
by Dickson and Sulphur Springs.
Kound trip and back, three times a
week, by a schedule of ten hours run
ning time each way, from July 1st 10
Star Service Changes -Alabama:
Columbus, Miss., to Siplicy Turnpike,
from May 1st, embrace supply of
Sharp, 1'ickens county, Ala., one way
next af er Columbus on the outward
irin anil nmhrniwri ntltmlv of McBrido.
Pickens county, one way next after
the distance equal to two miles and
Special Service Discontinued Ala
bama: McBee, Pickens county, from
Henry, irom April cum; oimrp.
Pickens county, from Zion.from April
Patrick Henry, Vicksburg, Miss.;
S. B. Kirby, Little Rock, Am.; L. L
McLourinir, Jackson, Miss.; Jacob
Trieher. Helena. Ark.; James H.
Reed. Fort Smith. Ark. : W. T. An
drews, Mobile, Ala.; W. C. Braley,
Washinotom, April 19. Confirma
tions: J W. liillvor. Collector ot in
. U'rnal Revenue, District of Oregon ;
J. T. Jenninifs. Indian Acent, G een
Bay, VVis. ; F. F. Clausen, A ssayer of
the Mint,. New Orleans. ,
Ibe Aloobotlo I.liiuiir Truffle.
Washington, April 19. The House
Committee on Alcoholic liquor tramc
to-day, by a vote of 6 to 5, ordered an
adverse report on Representative
Taulbee'sbill to provide that no.' person
shall be licensed as a rotail dealer in
intoxicants by the United States until
he has first received a license as such
from the local authorities where it is
proposed to carry on the business of
Senator 11 oar's .tat loan! Inquest
Washington, April 19. Senator
Hoar to-day reported back from the
Judiciarv Committee, with a few
verbal amendments, the b 11 intn
dced bv him to provide for a court of
national moue'i. it, proviues in oriei
that whenever three citizens of a State
petition under oath setting iorth that
any person has been killed, seriously
lniured in ' nerson or ir perty, or
threatened becauso of t olit.cal opin
ions or with a view to prevent the
free expression of opinions in regard
to matters affecting the welfare of the
United States, it shall be the duty ot
the Circuit Judge to hold an inquest
into the circumstances and to report
the evidence and hn con. lusions to
the President to be laid before Con
(levrce Cannon's Bond.
Wasbikgton, April 19. The Treas
ury Department has received a certin
cate of deposit of i25,0i)) in the case of
(jeoree U. Cannon ol Utah, who was
held in that amount of bail, and which
was forfeited by reason of his failure
10 appear lorinai.
Comptroller Trrnbolm's Bond Ap
Washington, April 19. The bond
of Wm. L. Trenholin as Comptroller
nf tliti Hnwni'v wrts nnnroved bv the
Acting Secr-tary and the Solicitor of
the Treasury to-day. and ne suose
nnnnt.lv rort.ifipd Jind entered on the
duties of the office. The bond is for
The) Demoeimtle 'nitrekional Com'
Washington, April 19 The House
Democratic Congressional Committee
met at the Capitol to-night, an 1 after
nuing a number ot vacancies in the
committee, appointed an executive
committee of nine to constitute with
committee to be appointed from
members of the Senate, the Demo
cratic CamiiaiL'n Committee. Ihe
members of the committee appointed
. w 1 1 rf. ti
are: sic -nun, lennossee; utrns.oiis
souri; Murphy, Iowa; Greene, North
Carolina; V llkirui, Ohio; Roileston,
Kentucky; Hlnnchard. Louisiana
rSpriggs, Sew York aadCrain of Texas,
tSeaoerat Judicial ConteaUra
Called tm the l.ltk of Jane
IsnOlAL TO TBI ArrSAL.I
Jackson, Tssn., April 19. The
.chairmen of the Democratic Commit
tees of the counties of Crockett, Har
deman, llndison, McNairy, Decatur,
Henderson, Chest r, Carroll, Henry
and Perry met iu this city to-day and
called a judicial cttovention to meet at
Henderson, Chester County, on the
loth day of Jinc next, for the purpose
of nominating a cnndiJ.ite for Attorney-Genera!
of fliis the Eleventh Ju
dicial Circuit The conference also
called a convention to meet in this
city on the 14ih day of June for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for
Chancellor of the Ninth Chancery
The Supreme Court beirim. on the
Fourteenth, Circuit to-nion jw with
Fayette County, hiving finished Gib
BROYVSSVLL., IENS. '.
le&Un of tbe Haywood Coast?
KepaMleaa Convealloa. '.
r- r '
lhMUITO TU IPIUL.t f S
Brownsville, ,Tnn, April 19.
The Republican convention of Hay-w-od
county met here cm Saturday
and nominated candidate for the var
ious county ofheers as follows:
Trustee A. A. Lyie.
County Court Clerk James W.
Circuit Court Clerk -B. L. Capell.
Sheriff W. S. Capell.
Register William Win field, col
Representative -S A. McAlwee,
B. L. Capell, Wmneld and McAlwee
are the present incumLenti in the
offices for which they are nominated.
Lylo is the present iVnuty Trustee.
Short, the Trustee, will run inde-
Sendent of the convention. Brown
efeated for the nomination M. Boyd,
who has been clerk for about ten
The Democratic executive com
mittee met here Saturday. Chairman
A. C. Estes res'gned and A. M. Austin
was chosen chairman.
The Body of Orowaeit Mlotr De
voured by Cat.
ISPSOUL TO THE APPi lL.1
Chattanooqa, Tbnn , -'oil 19. A
horrible B'.ory comes 1 am Rsing
Town, Gn. Iirce weeks ngo, during
tie R-iod, tUor umvs n Lookout
mouutain ro H ioded su ldeulv, aud
a young mtniir uaiied Tbi nJ Btnnet
was drowned. W hea Ih water was
pumped out poisonous . isfs arose,
and no on" dared t(.t vei 'are where
tbe body of the u' lortuu ti in:in was
lying on a slope. A Jew days since
all tbe cats iu tho entii neighbor
hood disappeared, and ym ordav it was
fouidtbevhal entered t e mine and
were feaetioe on the dc ner'e b .dy
To-day, by means of turi ntine babe,
it was seen ifia the lertx mil leiinej
had devonrrd the body.
THE IUYEK AT Ui LE.A.
A Klse of Tw Inches a the Last
Tweuty-Fonr lit nrs.
ISPICUL TO THI APP-4L.1
Hki.ena, Ark., April lv The river
has risen in the last twen y-four hours
at this point two 'inch s, and now
stands on the gaiij' h it y-four feet
above low and three feet two inches
below high-water murk oi' 1 882. It is
estimated that the y ater will reach its
highest hero about the 3 - if May, un
less the lev.es oil one aidti if the river
or the other give way l ofore that
Closing prices of Mav options at
Chicago yesterday : Pork, fi 12; lard,
SJc; clear rib sides, aZ'Jjc; corn,
38jc; wheat, 7ic; oabi, 29c.
The ininnction niminst the Balti
more and Ohio Telegraph Company
was yes'erday dissolved by Chancellor
McDowell, and Operator Maxwell re
sumed business on the floor of the
Visitors on 'change ysterdav: Mrs.
E. C. Thompson, Oxford, Miss.; Miss
Maggie Thompson, Oxford, Miss.; Alius
L. Chilton, Oxford, Miss. ; Mrs. V. M.
Wood, city; Miss Frankie Bettis, city;
N. Long, Russellville, Kv. ; M's N.
Long, Russellville, Ky. ; Miss Bessie
Long, Russellville, Ky. ; Miss Mamie
Walters, Russellville, Ky.; Mrs. W.S.
Lake, city; Jno. S. Brannon, Ky.
The following from the Finandtl
Chronirle arplies with strong force to
the cotton market, although written
with reference to stocks : It is impos
sible, under such circumstances, to
look ahead with any assurance. There
is a strong undertone to the market,
but with every industrial interest af
fected and more or less depressed hy
these labor threats, it would be folly
to expect any change in the course of
business on Wall street until at least
the extent nt the apparently impend
ing movement is known.
The Sallcla Fire St 111 Burning.
Vibnna, April 10. The fire at Stry
is atill raging. The situation there is
appalling. Thousands of the in
habitants are bankrupt. The charred
remains of many victims have already
been dug out of the ruins. The mayor
of the town has sent a telegram to
I.imberg asking that troops be sent to
Stry with appliances to extinguish the
fire. The - damage is estimated at
several million florins. The total
number of dead is now forty. Most
of the victims were children.
Fraaee and Sermany.
Berlin, April 19. The North Ger
man QazrUe admits that the feeling in
France ugainst Germany has created a
similar feeling in Germany against
France, and warus Fiance that her
official relations will sutler if tbe ami
French feeiing in Germany be much
The German uewppopt'rs call atten
tion to the Isr.e increase in expor's to
America, which they attribute to the
Have used Tongaline in neuralgia
anections, many oi them severe, witn
the most gratifying results. T. 8.
Bell, M-. D., Louisville, Ky.
Aa Historic Harp.
New ork, April 19. There ar
rived this morning on the stesraer
Ariiona an ancient Irish barp. It is
several hundred years old, and was
the la t instrument playd before an
Irish King. If is intended for exhi
bit'Oa at sn Irish eoncert to be oon
given la this city for the benefit nf the
Parnell fund The instrument is
valued at '.000.
Lcstobobo's perfume, Edeuis.
Lnndborg's perfnme, Alpine Violet.
Lundborx's perfume, Lily of tbe
LuDdborc'a perfume, Marchal Niel
towi I'p by mm Inroasprlrnt Fire
Iitmon, Ky., April 19 At Muel
ler, Wathen A Roberts' distillery,
mar here, J'o-dav, Jim Try lor, tbe
firemen, winie llt in cha-g', Mimed
water into a red-hot boiler, producing
an explrson. Tayb r was f tilly
tended, end John Wheely, a"istant.
saverely icjared. The ioss is $30,000.
ThE U.S. SIMM COURT.
SCVBER OF IMPORTANT DE
CISIONS HAKUE1) DOWN.
What CobhI Bates a Contract With
the United States The New
Orleans Bond Ca?f.
Washiicqtok, April 19. The fol
lowing decisions wera rendered by the
United States Supreve Court to-day:
No. 2299-The United S ates ap
pellant vs. Wm. J. Lsndrum; an ap
peal from the Court of Claims. La ad
rum wm Collector oflnttrnsl Revenue
f ir tbe Eighth Kentucky District, and
brought this suit to recover the one
half per cent, commission on thesalf of
lax paid stamps allowed collectors, un
der the act of Jaly 20. 1868. The
Couit of Claims gave a ju lenient in
his favor and the - Supreme Court af
firms that judgment. Judge Wcoda
delivered the opinion, holdirg that
Internal Revenue Collectors are en
tit'ed to the one-half per cent, on the
taxes collected by tubs of tax-pa d
at tmpf, in addition to the salary al
lowed them, graded according t the
amount of their annual collections,
provided that their tout compensation
shall not exceed 4500 a yf ar.
No. 22C Tbe Konth Boston Iron
Company vs. tbe United States. A
suit brought by the Iro i Company t)
recover 75,OuO d.irnages and $14:?,0.H)
profits on the claim that the Navy De
partment had enu red into a compact
with it to build new boilers for
several United iStntes vessels, and had
afterward suspended all work undur
the contract. Tbe Supreme Court af
firms the judgment of the Comt of
Ola;ms in favor of the United 8 a'te.
Tha Chief Justice delivering the opin
ion of the court held, as baa previous
ly been decidtd, that to bind tbe
United Slates contracts by the Navy
Decartment must be in writing aud
signed by the ol training parties
That, iu the opinion t.f the court, ws
the eflct of the act of June 22, 18U2
No such contract had been shown id
No. 1123-TheBiardof Liquidation
of the city of New Orleans vs. the
United Stat 38 ex rel Judah Hart.
This was petition in the name of the
United States on the relation of Judah
Hart, a ciiizn of the State of New
York, f r a maadamus to the Bour i
of Liquidation of New Orlnunsto issue
to him bonds of the city for the
amount of a judgment which he, in
March, 1882, received against the city
for $121,097, with interest at 5 per
cent. This judgment was founded on
contracts for municipal purposes mud
from 1872 to 1877. To review it, the
city med a writ of errcr from
the Supreme 'Joint, but as it was
without a Buperet'dc-as Hart issued
a writof Am Uv and levied upon
certain moneys due and to become
due tj the city by the Canal aud C!ai
homo Railroad Company and by tne
New QrleAQS Railroad Company, and
a'to upon the interest of the city in
the New Orleans Sugar 8hed Com
pany and in the New Orleacs snga'
sheds. Proceedings were tuken to
onteetthes eeiBiiiei, but judgment
was rendered in favor of Hart, and to
reverie that judgment the city bued
out a writ of enor, with a super
sedeas. While the cbss were
pending the city entered in'o
rt compromise, by whicti it was
ftipulated that the city should
dismiss her writs of error, and tht.t
Hart should renounce I n eeizura of
tbe sugar sheds and appiy the bonus
due, and ti become due, by the rail
road comranie? to the payment of his
judgment, and fund ttlie balance un
der the provisions rf the act known
KB No. 07 of tbe Legislature of the
State of 1884. Under the writ; of fieri
facia various sumi were collected,
which reduced trie judgment on tne
8th of July, 1885, to $7(1,194. Hart
complied with the stipulations of the
compromise, and called upon the
Board ot .Liquidation to pre
pare and deliver to him
bonds under the provisions of
act No. 7 of 1884 for the balance due
on his judgment. This the board re
fufted to do. 11 irt then prayed for a
writ of mandamus. The board set up
the pita tbat all the property of the
city not dedicated to public use and
alao the surp us of what was known
as the premium bond tax were
pledged under Act No. 58 of 1882 to
tbe payment of tbe bonds of the city
previuus'y issued and (hat the act nf
1834 in so far as it directs a diversion
of that property and fund impairs
the contract with the bondholders
and is, therefore, unconstitutional and
void. .The conrt below directed a
peremptory mandamus to the board
to iwut the bonds. The Supreme
Conrt affirms the judgment below. It
held that the floating debt fi the city
existing on tbe passage of t i of 18SU,
when its validity was eeiafcliehed by
judicial proceedings, as in the cae of
the claim Hart could not under the
constitution o! 1879 be excluded from
the benefits nf the appropriation made
in the act of 1883 for the payment of
the bonded debt.
In No. 1101 the Sun Mutual In
surance Company vs. the United
States ex rel., Judh H. Hart, the
same judgement is rendered as in tbe
No. 21 x The County Court of Cape
Girardeau county. Misnun, and ttie
Judges thereof vs. the United States
ex rel John F. Hill ; the julgment of
the lower court is affirmed.
A motion was submitted for leave
to file the p'tiiinn for a writ of habeas
corpus of Joseph S. Lonignn, Attor
ney of Missouri, who was leeently
sentenced to innprisonment for ninety
davs for contempt nf court, in failing
to obey an order of the Circuit O urt
of tbe United States lor tne eastern
District of Missouii.
0R1IN IX M ill C
Statements of Ike Mew Trk
Chleac Boards of Trade.
Chicago, III., A til 19. The num
ber of bushels of grain in store in the
United (States and Canada, arid
the increase cr decrease as com
pared with the previous week, will be
fiosted on 'Change to-morrow aa fol
own: Wheat, 45 8 0,124 decrease,
1,82,745; corn, 15 23t,42l, decreace,
1.25:1384: ca s, 1.791,4:s8, deorenw,
415,118; rye, 43 1.451, decre me. 65,501 ;
barley. 703 692, decrease, 129,4 ii. 1 be
amount in Chicago elevi.r w
Wheat. 11 969 405; corn, 3,879,'J04 ;
nats, 392,772; lye, 153,104; barley,
The Slew York fclatnmeot
Nbw YoiiK, April 19. Trie vieill
supply f ura'n on Sunrday in com
parison w t i the- r-aturdv before, as
repr'fU :o n rronucp r.xTringe, is
is follow: Whr, 4 ,08 48 1 bn-hel-.,
decrease 2,H74,O H): torn Ifi :.:ib,i '28,
decrease 1,22,839; oats, 1.701,8o3,
crAHSd 44S.S30; rve, 424.773, decre.se
71,025; bailey, 704 258, decrease, 128,
644. HON. J. bTmOKUAN
Or Mississippi -His ftpeerh Iu the
Hoaso of steiiresealatu.s oa
the Labor Troahles.
During the recent debate in Congress
on the resolutions to appoint a com
mittee to investigate the iahor trou
bles Hon. J. B Morgan, w ho repre
sents the Socond Mississippi District,
said: Mr. Speaker, I desire to say a
word on this subject 1 believe the
time has arrived when it is the duty
of this Heuse to speak words of w is
dom to the men who are now out and
who say that they art1 suffering on ac
count of this labor question. It is the
duty oi this Henso to disicl from the
minds of the knights of LaUr the de
lusions that liave seized upon them,
the chief of those delusions being the
idea that relief for them lies in Con
gress. Relief cn not be found here,
nor can it be had from any legislative
enactment with regard to the wrongs
they complain of, and it is the duty of
thtB House now to speak at once, in
order that they iinay paus and con
sider and see where their action is
tending How do we stand, sir'.' Mr.
Powderly stands at the head of a
powerful orgiuii.alion and he has
spoken and endeavored to act with
w isilom ; but he has shown his in
ability to control tin orga'. ization be
cause his HiilKirdinates ut:ery refuse
to obey his orders They wiy, "We
wish to arbitrate." Should no' tliis
House tell them that there is nothing
that can be brought forward, from
their stand, i.i. it, that admi's of legal
arbitration '' WK.d is there to be ar
bitrated'.' I'h. y say to the railroad
compai its, "vo wish employment."
The railro . l companies reply, "We do
not need your services." Then the
men siiy,"Ve will arbitrate;" and the
railroad companies sav, "We have
nothing to arbitrate; we do not need
yourservices ", That is the whole case.
Then why not speak to these men
now and tell them that this is like the
case of every other contract known to
the law- of the land; that they are at
liberty to say to the railroad compa
nies, ''Wo will work for you," or "We
will not work for you," and that the
railroad companies are at liberty to
say to them, "Wo will employ you,
or "Wo will not employ you," aud
that is the end of the transaction.
Why should rtot tho representatives
of the people here assembled tell those
men, "We have no power and can
make no law that will make contracts
for you against the will of the parties."
Let that bo understood. Let these
men understand it, and let them un
derstand that they are at liberty either
to work or to refuse to work, or to go
nnd tike farms and be good citizens.
Wo can givo them homesteads out of
tho public domain ; this is all we
Local Option l.l.-rllon nt t'orlutli,
Niiw Orlkans, La., Atr'l 19 A
special 1 1 the Timt Democrat horn
Corinth, Mins., eavs: A lo al ep'ion
election wdl be nel 1 Iu t' is couniy tO'
morrow. It, ill re tie fist he'd in
tliis St ste under th l"ial rpiion act
pa"8fd by the lat Legislature, ami the
renu't is watched wi:n much interest
throughout Ihe Stile.
Narhi mw of Tanimanj.
New Yosk. Apiil 19, The following
were t-nientW-cte I sachems of Tain
msny SoeiM'y for lKKli: J ihn Kelly,
John McQnaile, Georg II. ForstT,
James J. tvevm, Richard C oker,
Hugh J. Grant, James A. Fl ich, Chap.
Wetde. Bernsid r. .iinsrer, jonn
Corchrane and Morsan J. O'Unon.
For cure of rheumatism, neuralgia
in its variou3 phases of sciatica, tic
douloureux, semi-crania, etc., and
gout, use Salvation Oil. the greatest
nun euro on enrtli. it is a specinc
'or the above disease. Price 25 cents
PKKPARtt FOR MXJOD.
Fouiidutions. cellar wnllssnd build-
ngBBiibject to overllnw rhould be con
structed with Louifcville Cement. It is
Cholera In Kly.
R me. Anril ! 19 Cholera has ap-
Dnared at Lecce. the caidljl of the
province of thi t name, and is spread
ing rapidly. Several su- plcons cases
have been discovered at Milan.
Death of Well-tin wn Hlver Nan.
Pittpbuko. Pa.. April 19. Cipt.
Thomas Kerr, a boit builder for f rty
years and well known a'oiii tne river
from Pitt-burg to New Oi leans, died
at bis homi in Freedom this af er-
noon, gsd ieventy-ei(rht years.
by adenuirfd or torpid twidttion ul tl, l,ivr, M Ilrl
... U.I..KI. kJn,.l in, l.,rr.'i
pcpll, UUIIIOipftiHm, noiu'i-ii"-, jniiiiiiii n, n-"-.
Malaria, HhBaninliirn. elo. It lf nliiUti tli bowel, pun
Im. ihe ,'-vt, itrn-th-Tit thiv.tni, tt!. dleptiu
AW INVALUABLB PAM1LV MBHICINB.
thnusandsof testimonials prove its morll
I ANT yttUauluT WILL TKI.L KOU I'l HKpnTATloW'
Nm Resident Notice.
No. Wi9, R O. In the Chancery 0, urt of
hhelhy County, Tenn. The State of Ten
nH nd the ounty of She by va. l'eroe,
huvan A Co. et al.
It appearing- from the bill which if sworn
tn in thia oiu-e that the defenden'a, J. R.
Chalmers and wife, Rehecc Chalinera, reii
dunta of the State of Minnie inil, C. W.
Jnhnann. rnoident of the State oi Colorado.
II W. Or bel. a re ident of the State nf Ar
kaniiat, H. I). ..laflin. a firm, namei of mem
bera unknown. Camel iaa' d Kachei Menken,
reiideuta ol the rtate ot Nrw York, Mr. D.
V. Fray, er, a teeide: t of the S'ateol Texaa.
and all non-reiildentii ot the State of fe ,bea
ee. .the reiideuoea of H. .1. Ward, jr .
Joanna 'orbitt, Ca h-rin Burnt, hamoel
Cowen.AnnaM ria Thorn i, Ann Kelly, Pat
0'iMahoney, Edward Uron, Muthew Vin
cent and r is wife. Ilarbria, John J. Reilly.
Sarah Cliflord, John and Sarah Connori,
Bridast Kooney. D"uie Flfher ar d huaband,
J. 11. Firber, Dinnna (inldoamp. Mn. R.
Habn, M. 11 McK nea'J a-,d Nunc Hunter
are unknown sod cannot be ascertained
alter di'ieent (nqu'ry; and the nimti and
ref.id"neea of the hem or deviate-, if tbey
l it a will, . f John Foi and J. t. Finnay
do ead, alio the re-id nc ard flmt name
of Falln, a u inorof ,-ne i f the heira " f U.
Falla, deceaoed, s'e unknown and cf nnot be
aacerrained alU r diliaonl inquiry. Thin bill
in died to collect and county -a.et on
v .rioua lot. owned hy the above parti. a and
I- i there ore o-dered. That thny make
their appearance h rio, at the C U'l-Hou e
ol Shelhv County, in Memphis Tnn .on r
bod re the firjt vond.y in M y, ih". and
p:ead, auawer or d -inur to coini liinai.t bil
r ihe fame will be taken for coufei-'ed J
to thim sod t for herin ri parte; ad
that a copv of th ordr be pubiirned once a
we k, o- four euct-o-five wea.. in tbe Ar
r.L. Thi- 31-td.yol March, 186.
A copy--A'tei.t :
8. I. MoiMjWEDD, Herk and Mailer.
By H. K. V. sl.h, P'P -ty Clerk and Ma ter.
Lee Thornton, colic. tor IorComplainant.
THE bREJIMS' fix CASE
ARGUED BEFORE THE MISMSIP
ri SUPREME COURT.
Mce Legal Points Imolved in the
Decision of tbe Qriestiun
IsrcrUL T thi trntL.I
Jacksox, Miss.. April 19. The
(reme Court to-uay rendered the
Bv Arnold. J Walter Owens
The State, convicted of murder in the
Warren Circuit Court, reversed and
remanded and new trial awarded; R,
K. Walker vs. R. R. l'iggett et al., from
tho l.aiiderdiile Chancery Court, af
firmed: K. S. Butts vs. the lcksburg
and Meridian Railroad Company, from
tho Warren Circuit Conrt, allinued.
By tVwiHr, C. J. Wm. hvans vs.
The State, convicted of assault and
battery in the First District, Third
Circuit Court, reversed and remanded ;
Ananias Goldman vs. Ihe State, con
victed of trranil larceny in the Noxubee
Circuit Court, reversed and remanded
and new trial awarded; 11. B. .Magee
et al vs. D. W. Beall, from the Holmes
Circuit Court rever'ed and remanded.
By Campbell. Judge.-II. H Ma
gee et al. vs. it. li. jones et ai.,
from the same court, ainrme.i ;
W. D. Kinney vs. the Shite,,
convicted of embezzlement in tne
Warren Circuit Court, atlirmed ; A
Bovd et al vs. Thomas II. Allen, from
the Bolivar t'ha .cerv Court, reversed '
and remanded; Geo. R.Dod.ls vs. Phil
lip Mans, Irom the Copiah Circuit
TIIK Pltl'MMKHs' TAX OAK.
Argument was commenced to-day
in tho ex-parte case of W. N. Wren,
on n writ of habeas corpus, being
wh a is known as the drummers' ax
cflse. Judge Wiley P, Harris opened
the argument in a' speech of over an
hour, followed by Attorney-General
White for the State in a speech of
one hour and thirty minutes. The
court uiljourned before the Attorney
General finished his argument. He
will close his speech to-morrow, when
Mr. Green wil close the argument for
Wren There are nice legal points
involved in this case, and attorneys
on both sides a e confident of tho
tenability of their position.
A NKClHo's Tbllllllll.K J CM P.
Thisevening Henry Dinkins, a negro
boy about seventeen years old, who
was under arrest for passing counter
feit money, jumped out of the third
story window of the United States
Marshal's office nnd hail an arm
broken nnd was otherwise seriously
HACUMsN At ftnily miilsnra, corner
Vhiioo nl PeiiDln atreata, Mi.iuliiy nltor
noon, April W, lHHri, Uiisihtmn K. Uaciiman.
imeJ ihmvtiiur iBr., niK(if Klltshsth iinj
thi Inle .lmi! IlH'biuan. IVniiann tliiJ )
iHiers ploiiMi coy. I
Funernl will take plncc from roi(lnei this
(TUK-DAY) flrni(in t:i o'vlock. Krlendu
of the family are invit.'J to att nil.
TREAUVVKliU-At reddonnK of A. C.
Tredwll, No. 4K7 Sholliy utroot, Mnnitny,
Airil IU, I8rK, at 7:0 o'clock a.m., tn the
twfllth your of her niic, " I-kn Whiiiht,
d.uiihur ot Mary W. and the late a. o
Funcrnl will Ukc iilaro from retidence thli
(TUESDAY) altetno n id :t:S0 o'clock.
Friend of tbe fmuily are Invited to attend.
Fervlc.n by the Uoy. Mr. Heciucai, ataittnd
by the Hey. Dr. UokKI.
HOAPI1-AI hnr renldence. No. CO Com
meroe alreut, Monday, Anril ll. 1SH. in the
fortvuevonlh y.ur of Dor ugo, UulliUKT
Funeral from nt. l!rlld' Church tbil
(Tl'K-TlAY) ftrnnnn at 2 o'clock.
oBiceri" Vin tinir Sir Kniuhti. iv,urleouiy
Invited. Dyordor J. C. BARKY, K.l;.
Att4iati Jas.B. MArArrT, Actitm Recordnr.
The Seaside Resort
OF TIIK SOUTH.
The ATLANTIC HOTEL
Morehead City, N. C.
Immediately on the Atlantis Ocean and one
ol the moat delightful
8aiiiuier.KeMor.ii In America.
The tabl the beat, and lupplled with every
delicacy from the ea.
Mart and Htlll-walrr Bathlac
Trolling for Bluetlah and Spanlah Mack
srel the Dneiit In the world.
A beautiful beach, an elegant Orahestra,
and every amuaement to be lound at aiea
i'le roaor'. ..... . .
No seaiide reiort on the Atlantic eoaat hat
mors natural advantaiea than Morehaad
City, and the new management art deter
mined to make it
BEIOOND To NONU
or For tormi and new llluitrated pamphlet
COO KE& FOSTER BIIOTII'IW,
Board of Underwriters.
Manama, TM.. April H, 188B.
WE. thcunder.i.ned Agenta and Seore
tariet of ibevarioua Fire Inauranoo
Companie, doing bu.ineaa In Mompbie,
Tenn , herohv aaree to cloi our reapeotive
ofBcea at S ..'dock p.m., between the datei ot
April lit, 1HIW, and September 1, last), aa baa
hereto'orc been our cutom :
MliR"llY MUKP11Y, Agenta.
VANDK UlLT INS CO.
MA-iON 4 r-ONH, laenta. . .
MK.MI'IIIS CITY FtRK, A OEJf. INS. CO.
HIHSCII & OKONAUKR.
Pi,A N TKHS fIRK A MARINE INi. CO.
W. H KKNN-UAY.fceoretary,
w. U. MOOHK, MecreUry.
J. F. DtlK-:o.Mi, SeoreUry.
T. II RICE A CO.
PBOPl.KS I vs. CO., Momphii, Tenn ,
W. L P-rker. hecretary and Agent.
JAMKL K BKL''.. SscreUry.
ORKKN A BKAHLKlf. AgenU.
WM. II. PULDKN A CO., AgenU.
IlO.vlK IN8 CU
M 4HX A Htv SDORF, AgenU.
PHUKNIX FIRK A MARINE INS. CO.
EuWARO BOURN B A CO.. Agenta.
mi. It. L. LASKI.
fhri-lclun, urgoorj and Accoacher,
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE,
313 Malu Street, .er In Ion.
Telephone No.88. ,
IK. V. SW AIN,
O 1 n SECOND ST., MKMPHIS, TENN..
Zl-t'J haa been in th'B city Jyeari, treat
ing all diteaaea ot tha Rectum aa a Special
ist with uniiorm aucceaa, w ithout the U'S ol
the kni'e or liitature. Dixeaaca treafd
Conat pat'on. Ii tiauimatioll, I'.lea, Recti
Ulcer,, Kiiu'a, J'la-urea, Polypi, Catarrh
Mricture. Kxorercence around the Rectum
Pro aitfur, Pruitia, Hemorrhage, Spaam o
the ohiDctna. Chronic Diarrhea and chronl.
Call and aee teatimoniala.
Coraultatioa (re. At home the tecend
acd tourlb wkt of each mentb. m
t.1, K.T.-Will moot in A-nnal
BUtcd Conclave, this (TU UNO A Y),r JT
eveninr, April 2,th, al Ho'olook, for r'
Ain ..rl.iiMlnRm Rtiil Ihe election '
hit PR mwm
New Memphis Joekey Club
KSrONK WKKK UOMMKNC1NO MONDAY. MAY 3, ISsti. $12,000
in added money. Five raoeseaoh day, including Steeplechases and Hurdle
Over 300 horses to participate 10 to '20 starters in each raoe.
Races commenoe eaoh day at 2 o'clock sharp.
HALF HATKS on all Railroads. A rrangementfl on the Grounds for
accommodation of 10,000 people.
S. R. Momtoomehv, See' v.
I. K. WOlMVlN.l'res'U J. M.UOODUAK, Vlo-rres't. C. U. KAIXE,Cbier
W N. WILKF.RMON. R. T. CoOPKH..
JOHN ARMISTKAI). 0. B. BRYAN.
avarA posltrr mt tha of Tsn Tranaarls
" ' h.., wa atl rlv m.lal All-nlo lo.w.il,
fV SPRINrt AND HUMMKR STOCK la now complete, conalrt
iVL ing of the luteal and ohoii-eat deaigna in all the Nova Ilea in
troduce In l..rei-n innrketa. My ie lectioni are mad with great
.urn to.Mt and quality, In ordor to oflor to the public the lateat
U-dnmiaulaitoodaat roaaonahle pricea. I wirh to miike apecial men
tiou of my acl-otlon of a lurun ai-aortnient ol tha moat elsunnt de-
iR l. ill . a . 1 1 aa a ai.a,nr.r., win.-.. oi m,.w -V- -
iciapooliou ol' my frionda and tho public, at my old itnv.a.
Cor. Bwonil nl
THY TllE.U! TRY
. : L. CO. IlA
C01WKT S1I0E8 For WEAK AN KLES-Sole Agent
-Bond your ordera or lntlinnt f FIN B()0Ta'
7.XUiIiIVn car) "oo aoo MAIN -TXi-ijrai
g,a-IMntraind Oa'aloaiiea Hen' Free on A ppliction.-a n
$4 km mi
Dry Goods, Notions
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Nos. 320 and 328 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
B ARK IN DAILY RECEIPT BK
UUUIM, wtnon wo oner u vno iru o.i . tlV. tv.r.. a a
mpare favorably with thoao of any market In ths United Statea. Ws aro Areola for J
And Commission Merchants
No. 34 nnd 3G MimIInoii Street, SlempliU
Money to Loan
On Improved plantation In
MlHHlMHlppI Bnd Arkaiinai.
luntallmeut plan-3, 5 or 10
year. AuiiihI lulerctit, not
In advance. ooniniltHlouw.
Ko cotton ahlpiueut. 1' lieu p.
Ht loan ottered.
Francis Smith Caldwell & Co.
256 Second St., Memphis.
We live no agent.
V. H. BtTK.
m. v. toof.
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
New aud Latent StjleH Mock.
Increwfld fucilltles for doing- l
Prices as low as anywhere, Hortb
or Kant. ..
PIANOS and 0KG ANS
era, ssrlncPS e .! WrH
Monte Pickens & Co., Memphis
A. MONTUOMKKY. President.
0. W. T0MDIN. WM. BF.NJES.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Toinlb & Eenjes,
171) Mn I ii St., Memubln.
OfTrr ppocial induceinenta in Open Buagies
of eur own iinke. at vS; Top lluaaiea ol
our own make, at 1120. All work war
ranied. Call holme you buy.
er Having dirpoasd of our entir- -'nck'o I
Vehii lea and the Manut'actiirinr I'eparU
tueiit to Mewra. TOMLIN A liliNJ US, we
lioapcuk lor them a continuAnce of tha
pu-ronaite to luna eatonded to ui.
P . R R I A 'I K II AltOWAHK I'tMPAKY.
J. R. OODWIM,
R. J. BLACK,
II. K. COKFIN.I
A. W. NBWSOM.
a itnrni tlaaklaai
THEM! THY TUE.T.'!
EnsllsH Walkiiiglast Jr - t
Nlinos, in all itylea, are ths beat In t':
hiis, in all ahapet and atylsi, aca u.
and boat in tha United Btalaa.
Baiys' NIiom are tho beat that aro ''
4'lilldrrii,B Ntooas will aavs you m .
l.ntllni'Mboasand Hllp rs are )li - c
xi'aat, .hapellcat red w"at atyllah. and ara cheaper th .r. .
. -v hare et e,aW grade
B"TJ 7.KDDNKR'8 1-aellcs1 Hia H.i.l.M. a,ij.
allk worated button olea, are the groatoat u.
aaina you havs over (sen.
Co.'h IMulda, Drills, sncotlnff, HBiruntr, ElO.
TVT MOIM i
Choice Timothy, 14.50 a ton.
From Ono Ton to Ten Cars.
284 . Front Street.
JAS. JAY SMITH & 0.
a"WUh increased facilltlef In opr mana
faolory, we are prepared to SU all orilen for
above (oodi. AT LOWEST D
igna and eatlmate, furnish od fre, on ap
Manufacturing J ewelers-X
290 MAIV f'TitUKT.
TUB BRINKI.EY UIVBKR C0MPAST
will continue lo reoeive ordert and dvr
livor Lumber Irom their milla w. oat a of
lntsrruotios from ove flow.
OK0. BAYMILLKR. Ant.
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