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TliE MiSSISSIl PI DOCTORS
SECOND DAY OF THE STAVE MIM
A Knmbpr of Inter sting Papers
Bead DIegatfg to the National
Couvtnilon at St. Louis.
larimii. tothi srrgiL.I
Jackson, Miss., April 22. The Mis
sisnippi State Medical Association re
timed their labors at 8 o'clock last
night. Thirteen additional names
were added to the meniDership of
I'aperB were read as follows: On
the use of antiseptics in obstetrics, by
Ir. Pale 01 Aberdeen; and on
the extent of the benefits of cocaine,
by Dr. B. F. Kittrell of Blackhawk.
Both ot these subjects were dis
cussed at length, after w icli the asso
ciation adjourned till to-morrow.
Hie Association convened at 9
o'clock a.m., Vice-President R. 8
Tooms, M.D., of Greenville, in the
chair, and E. L. Mctiehee, M.D., of
Woodville secretary pro tem. Several
new members were initiated.
A committee was appointed to se
lect special medical topics for discus
sion at the next annual session, and
to name the parties to write papers
Memorial resolutions relating to
the death .f Jrs. J. E. Dougherty,
Henry Clay tecGuire and C. J.
Mitchell, deceased members of the
association, were adopted.
Resolution of sympathy for Dr.
Wm. Powell of Grenada in his physi
cal Jif Miction, and electing him an hon
orary member for life. .
Resolution permanently fixing the
meetings of the association at Jackson.
Ktsolved, Th-.t this association ap
proves of tbe action of the American
Medical Association at New Orleans
In relation to the International Medi
Rftalvrd, That the delegates from
this association to the meeting of the
American Medical Association to be
held in St. Louis in May be and they
are hereby requested to sustain the
action of the enlarged Committee of
Arrangements for said congress.
Resolutions expressing co'dial
thanks to members of the late Legi -lature,
who defended the interest of
this body in their efforts to enlarge
the sphere of usefulness, of its cre
ation of the Htate Board of Health in
its labors in behalf of State sanitation
Gov. Robert Lowry was unanimously
elected an honorary member of the
Papers were reaJ as follows: On
"Traumatic Tetanus," by Dr. J. R.
Phillij of Meridian, and the "His
tory of Surgery in "Mississippi," by
Dr. M. 8. Craft of Jacsson. This
paper was peculiarly interesting to
the profession, giving, as it did, his
tories oi numerous and various cases
of surgical operations, contributed by
different members of the association,
with minute descriptions of tlnirex
ecution and subsequent treatment.
Adjourned till 3 o'clock p.m.
Papers were read as follows: On
"Ulcerated Tonsilitis," by Dr 1$. F
Dufe of Como; on "Malarial Flux,"
by Dr. E. L. McGehee of Woodville; a
report of 'Five Cases of Extraction of
Cataract," nil successful, performed
under very pnuworable circumstances,
was read hy A. t Sinclair, M.D., pro-
lessor oi Diseases ot tile eye, ear ami
throat in tlio Memphis Hospital Col
lege at Memphis. Tenn.. and a mem
ber of this Association ; on "Placenta
Pnevia ." by Dr. T. B. Elkin of Aber
deen; on the same subject, by Dr. W
w. Hamilton ot lirooksville; "History
of a Case of Poisoning Treated with
Atropia Adni'nistered Hynodermieal
lvf" was read by Dr. T. T. Beall of
The following were appointed dele
gates to the next meeting of the
American Medical Association : Drs.
E. P Sale, 8. V. D. Hill, L. Sexton C
C. Stockard, J. M. Taylor, P. W. Row
land W. M Paine, W. F. Hyer, H P.
Brisbane, B. J. Pate. W. A lis, E. A.
Rowan, A. G. Sinclair, R. L. Buck, J.
H. Blanks, J. 0. Hall, R. E. Hutchins
and W. B. Sanford.
Adjourned till 8 o'clock p.m.
FEIL WiTU A (1!A IL.
Ass Hftr In Irfrnsra Tumbles
Down Nix htorltn
Chicago, III., April 22. One of the
elevators in the Board of Trade build
ing fell from the sixth story to the
basement this morning, just at the
opening of the morning session. The
elevator left the ninth story on its
downward trip, stopping at each floor
until it reached the sixth. Here a
large crowd got on, packing it to its
ful. capacity. It proceeded downward
at its usual speed to the next story,
when something crashed and the ele
vator ehot downward, landing on the
iron-work and masonry between the
first floor and basement with a ter
rible noise. The elevator was hoiBted
to the Exchange floor, and the occu
pants helped out. No one was hurt,
and beyond being covered with dust,
and being badly scared, no harm was
done. It was noticed, however, when
the occupa- U were helped out, they
each heaved a sigh of relief Bnd took a
seat in the nearest corner until the
color in their faces had returned.
RnPwIlle Bnllrnnd Companr.
New York, April 22. -A new rail
road company with a capital of f 10,
000,000, to be known as the Southern
Pacific Branch Railway Company, is
to be organized, composed of Southern
Pacific railroad people, whose purpose
is to build a branch of the Southern
Pacific, 2r.() miles long, in California
and San Miguel, southeasterly through
San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ven
tura and Los Angeles counties, con
necting with-the main line atNewhall.
The Southern Pacific is also to build a
line from Soledad to Bakerefield,
which will give it a through route
from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
At present iu trains enter San Fran
cisco over the Central Pacific tracks.
la the Hands or a Rmim.
Utic. N. Y.. Anril 2:'. Tim HfToi-
of the bi? sewing machine and rifle
firm of E. Remington and Sons of
Illion were placed in the hands of re
ceivers this afternoon. The receivers
are Addison Bull and Albert M. Rus
sell of II ion, two of three gentlemen
who were named as trustees last week
to conduct the business of the com
pany. II a nil rod Tknwad Dollar Fir al
Cihcaoo, III. April 22 A H An
drews A Co. suffered a g eat loss t his
morninif by reason of a fire. It oc
curred early this morning in the
school furniture factory at Desplaines
and PoU street., and the Iops is esti
mated at tl"0,'00. At 4:4 o'clock
the watchman discovered smoke issu
ing from the bo ler-room. A hasty
examination showed that the blaze
Lad originated under the boiler. An
alarm was turned in immediately I
followed ty a second. But the flames I
rpread through the building a four
story brick with liflitiiin;'-like rapid-
ny. j new nolo suhk was ot such a
character as to ma -e trie structure a
blazing furnace intu le of twenty mi -utes.
Each tloor was piied np with
wood ready to be made into furniture,
stock already constnu tcd, oils, var
nish and other such inflammable ma
terial. So the work of destruction
was rapid In one hour's time noth
ing was left of the building but the
walls and a mass of debris lying
smoking in the basement. It was not
until 7 o'clock that the tire was struck
out, and two engines were left to play
on the tuins The firm has just been
having a lontroversy with its work
men regarding wages'.
TBE OLD IRISH PARLIAMENT.
Mr. Alsmiawder Nalllvan'a Krjolnder
to Ihe Hbode Ie.aud
Cbicaoo, III., April 18. The atten
tioiJjof Vr. Alexander Sullivan was
called to a clause in the dispatch
aoout me action oi tlie Rhode Jslan
Legislature in regard to the home
rule resolution, which told how it me
with strong opposi ion on the grounds
of international interference, a d that
Ireland by voting money and men for
crushing the colonial army in 1770
was not entitled to sympathy on
the score of reciprocity. . Mr,
Sullivan said: "As to Ireland voting
men ana money to crush the colo
nial army, by reading the history o
Ireland and the American colonies it
will be found that Ireland was abso
lutely without the power to vote on
the question in 1770. She never voted
a man ora dollar to crush the colonies,
It is true that a body cal ed a 1'nrlia
merit was in Dublin previous to the
Revolution and during it, but it dii
not represent Ireland. It was com
posed exclusively of men belonging to
a sect constituting only one ninth of
the Irish people. By law none others
were eligible to sit iu it Three
fourths of the people could not vote
at all, even for members of it. Its
members were chiefly representatives
oi me landlord power and ollicc.
holders sent over f om England an
"It was essentially a. Parliament
wuiioui representative character or
legislative powers It could meet on
when summoned bythe English' Kini?.
It could originate no legislation, and
could take action upon those measures
only in accordance with the King's
oruers. vt nat untruth is it not, here,
fore to describe as the act of the neo-
pie of Ireland any measure passed by
that body. It was only from 178 J to
"i me raruament Known as
Grattan s, that original bills could
be considered. But the occasion upon
wnici the JMinister representing
the King brought tin the bill for
transferring four thousand of the
Kin j : 's troops from Ireland to the
colonics is one which Irishmen who
love the R public are gratified to have
recalled. It is needless to say that the
Irish people had no troops at that
time to send anywhere. The troops
n'" I"" i.-'Mkii.ii gurrison in
Ireland. When, however, it was pro
posed to send them to America, a
great scene occurred in the Irish Par
liament At t at time the national
Hpi it of the Irish people had begun
family to assert itself. Grattan was a
spokesman in the Irish House of Com
nions. hen Flood urged that
consent a mere farcical proceed
ure be Agivon r the prooosal to
iimmii-i me 1 1 imp.-i, mii, i i reply,
r.w."i ...... ...... iTk.iji- - i i
uppiiHcif mo diii. rioou nad ne n on
the Nationalist side and hail aban
doned his principles for the salary of
a place in me Ministry, lie had
spoken of the troops going 'o America
as armed negotiators. Grattan, in a
withering invective, said that F ood
stood, 'with a metaphor on h s lips
and a bribe in his pocket, a champion
against the rights of Amer ca - the
only hope of Ireland and the only
refuge of the liberties of mankind.'
No student of history needs to be told
that Grattan at that time and until his
death expressed the sentiments of
Ireland toward the American colonies
The objection is not sustai ed by the
history of the colonies and of the
War of the Revolution. Instead
of sending troops and money to crush
the colonies Ireland furnished half
thetonti entalarmv. T is is shown
in the testimony before a committee
of the British House of Commons
The witness who swore to it was Gen.
Robertson, for twenty-eight years a
British ollicer in America Of course
it would be useless to remind well
read Amer cans that it was an Irish
man (Barry) who was the father of
the navy with which the colonies
fought England on the sea, and it
would be a waste of time to enumer
ate the Irish generals who served in
that war witli glory and success. The
only traitors were English
' We are pleased also to have the
question of mternation ,1 interference
brought up. Every student of our
American history knows that among
the first acts of the Continental Con-
?ress was an address to the people of
reland, then as now subject to the
British crown. That address reads,
'We are peculiarly desirous of furnish
ing you with the true state of our mo
tives and objects,' and goes on 10 lay,
'Your Parliament has done us no
wrong,' and later, 'We acknowledge
with pleasure and gratitude that your
nation 'has produced patriots who
have nobly distinguished themselves
in the cause of humanity and Ame
rica.' . ''Franklin went to Dublin on an of
ficial errand of internat onal interfer
ence He assured the Irish National
ists that if they would stand by the
colonies the colonies, when they
should have obtained their independ
ence, would help Ireland to resist the
oppressions which the English Crown
inflicted on her. The part hat Irish
men had in the War of the Revolution
was not confined to service in the
army nd navy. At the hour when it
was feared the army would have to be
disbanded for want of money to feed
it the Bank of Pennsylvania was or
ganized to raise money for that pur
pose. Mnety-three firms and indi
viduals subscribed 300,000. Of t is
sum twenty a yen members of the
Friendly Sons of St Patrick, of Phila
delphia, subscri ed lu:,.riOi) "
in conclusion, Mr. Sullivan said:
"It is a singular sort of Americanism
which reads to the discredit of Ire
land an incident of more than a hun
dred years ago, for which her people
were totally blameless, and forgets the
service these people have rendered to
the republic ever since. But it is a
still more amazing kind of American
ism which, while misrepresenting the
people of Ireland, forgets the injuries
England has continued to inflict upon
her from the days our fathers began
to shake off her yo-e down to our la
test struggle. Ireland was with us in
fighting the War of the Revolution
She was with us in the War of 112.
She was with us in the contest be
tween liberty and slavery England
was against us in all of them . It is
an incredible Americanism which
hesitates which sidy to take letween
England and Ireland."
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FIl II) AY, AP1UL 22, 1880.
EvicTioAs w mm
UAKUaUlPS IXOrH. ViitUH
I EX AST LABORS.
Rajiacl y or th English Landlords
Cases of trnel W rongs Hr.
London correspondence of the New
York Uimld: A fortnight ago I sent
tbe Herald the results of an interview
wi n Mr. W ilfnd Blunt narrating the
eviction outrages on the estate of Ixml
Kingston, an Irish peer. The latter
had replied tartly, disputing many of
Mr. W lfrid Blunt's allegations. Mr.
Blunt returned pluckily to the sub
ject, and gives to-day more chapters
and verses of his instances, Borne of
which I select as they came from the
lips of those evicted. He quobs one
venerable Celtic patriot thus: "The
Irish peasant is driven further back
from the good land to the bail, fmm
the plains to the mountains, always
outwitted by the law. which bo
not understand. Yet you complain
when the peasants turn on you and
blood is shed. Believe mo at the day
of judgment the poor Irish will not be
judged by the English law, nor by the
laws of political economy, nor. as I
sometimes think, even by the ten com
mandments." IS TUB 1VAKE OK TUB KVKTkl).
Mr. Blunt then describes h
had been last week, while Mr. Glad
stone's debate was on, tramping over
the barren hi Is in the wake of 2.'0
men in military uniform, with rifles
and bayonets, sent out to hunt half a
score of the very poorest but worthi
est of Lord Kingston's tenants from
their mountain homes. Continued
Mr. Blunt: "There could be no decep
tion here about their poverty, no pre
tense of politiea1 combination, other
than that given by a long instinct of
race preservation, inherited from
centuries of resistance. The Und
league to these peasants, though it
has partly organized them, has sug
gested not a new idea of home rule to
them, but the right to keep their
homes, and the landlord, with an
armed force be ind him, has in their
view as little right to dispossess them
as Alarie had to dispossess the Sen
ators of Rome."
, A CASH OK I'RUKL WKONd.
Mr. Blunt interviewed the evicted
Pat. Reynolds, aged sixty nine, with
his wife, aged tixty.nnd ono girl, aged
rive. The other children, who are in
America, have sent money till this
year for rent. The land, comnrisin-
six acres (Irish), had belonged to the
nnu b miiuiv lor generations. She re
membered the rent being only fifteen
shillings, and later it was i. He is
evicted now for a half year's rent, with
costs, :l 15s. lOd When asked why,
with such an exorbitant rent, he had
not taken his case to theLaHd Courts,
he said it would have been useless, as
he could not afford it. The cost would
have been .i or i. Pat hail bui t
twenty-nine years ago a good stone
house, ll'xll feet; value, jEVJ. His
movables were two goats, three suck
ing pigs and furniture, say 5: hay,
say jlj. His debts amounted to f
principally to pay tbe rent. But for
bis children in America he con d not
have lived. Their failure this
senu money caused his eviction.
Hie next eviction tenant questioned
was Bridget Ie. aieil fortv vfr
with five children. Her husband
went to Auieiiiltt tiiirteou vhuih mr,,
and has so- t tbe rent reimlurlv
fhr.n litl Mu ..n rpi... :.
received from him was 11 in October.
Her rent was " 10s. for six poor
acres. Mie was evicted for a h f
years rent, the possessions being two
cows, a yearling calf and two umiu
She owes to banks 0, to the shoo.
14; for children's clothes, t, und to
uio neignoors ior seed oats, j shill
ings. The enormous rent charged to
tins woman, says Mr. Blunt, is four
times its value m England. It has
been due to the fait of the husband
making money in America, and tr
this, too, is duo the credit given to
Another case was that nf OlmrI...
Ward, aged sixty years, who has a
wue anu lour daughters at home, mid
two daughters and a s n in America.
Theyaro very tidy people. He and
his father used to hold twenty acres
of good land and l ine and one-half
poor, the whole forIO. Nine vmu
ago Lord Kingston took away twenty
acre- of goo I land, on which there
was a good house, built by the ten
ants, and left them nine and one-half
acres of waste. This was reclaimed
by the tenant, making a new rent of
. Ward has bnilt a s one house on
his present holding, the value of
which, judged by a mason present,
was 4i. He is beine evicted now for
a half year's rent, the cause of failure
to pay being bad times and no money
from America. He owes 22, and
being asked why he did not sell his
interest in the land, he said it was too
poor and too high up in tho
mountain, and nobody bad money
or would buy. The only people who
buy the land now in Ireland were
those who came back from America,
and they wouldn't come to such a
El ace as this. The wife had asked to
e readmitted as a caretaker, but was
refused unless she promised to have
her rent ready in a month and then to
clear out. This she could not do.
ADVH'B TO LORD KINGSTON.
Mr. Blunt ends by recommending
his story to Lord Kingston, as a peer
goon perhaps to vote on the Home
Rulo and tand Purchaso bills, and
bids him, "if he still doubts me. send
out an honest man, not a lawyer, to
examine my cases, cr rather to como
himself, and I w-rraut we should nof
differ greatly in our estimate of En
glish law in Ireland."
JMobbrd by Prahlbllioniatn.
Chicago. Iil. A m-il 23 A .:innai
from Ii swu h, Dk , eyt: A man
named Leraiux opsin d a saloon in
Ro:Cc, this county, yet-terday. He
wg wni e.l upon by a comm:t?e of
Proliii itioniVts and ordered to leave
iwd tmroe liately. He nrom' t v re-
need, la the crowd were ahnnt a
cz -n wrmn, one of whom carried a
rope, with ib.9 slhg'd intention of
haigirg the young inun if he refrsed
tog". Hedt-fi d tbe crowd and bar-
cled his dc o. Had it not hem
r the presence of offi -rB the aalo n
would have ben denv liahed. At the
atest account I.eminx wan In Ihe
ta'oon with two nihtols and a cnn.
while the mob outside vs atteinut
nir ti frff ct an fntracce. Tronhl in
A iMvrtj t otnplrxlon.
Wlat a lovely comnlexion." we
often hear persons sav. "I wonder
w hat she does for it?" In evcrv cau
the purity and real loveliness of the
complexion depends upon the blood.
Those who have sallow, blotchy fac s
may make their skin smooth and
healthy by taking enough of Dr
Pie ce s "Goiden Medical Discovery''
to drive out tbe humors lurking iu the
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?jr vi-.(.JpIi1 rna
-V i A.uooma, Lhuki ,.r A Ititu.
run of o i ninr
OK SHIN 'AN KR.
For ven yean I tuff-red wl'h eenoer on
mj leee. Ail tn fliop remeiliei were up
liet to ellovUte the pain, but Ihe plexi
onntinued tn trow. Bnallr evendint into
mr note, from which oa ne f howinh dis
charge, very offensive in eSaralnr. It a
alno l.ilUmed, nd annoed in a treat deal.
About euht month! nco I wii in A tl inra. at
the bu-e ol a frivnd, who nt feronidy reo
ouimendel the uneol 8wi I'ri Speoitlo that I
determined to make an eflVt t procure it.
In Ihil 1 w&a uncaUHful. end heirnn itau.e.
The influence ol the medioine at firtt i to
lomewhat navravete theor; but roon the
inflammation wanal ayed, en 1 1 heatn tn im-
trove niter the fimt lew bottle. My eenerd
enllh hits ure ,tly improved. lam ptnuifrer,
and able to doany kind ol work. The enn
er on my lace hewn to decreme and the
ulcer to heel, until there if n t a venti.e of
it left only a little far urk the pluce
where it had been. I nm rexriy to aniwer
ad question relative to this cure.
MK.s..ioioiK a. Mcdonald.
Atlanta, Ua., AuiuhI 11, Wt.
I have had a cancer on my fa-e for aoine
year, extending 'roin one r neck bone acrooa
the noce to theo'her. It hint yiven me a
rrett dent ol puiri, at time burnus and
itching to such an eitent th it it waa utmost
unbearable. 1 commenced UMnjrwitVs See
cifloin Miy. 1HV. and h ive ued eight bot
tlta. It haa aivin the greKtet rrliel by re
moving the inflammation ami retori g my
genenl hnlth. VI. UAllNKa.
Kuoxvillo, lowi, Pept. 8, 1W.
For many yearn I waa a auftVer with can
cer of tbe noe. arid having been cureil by
the U'e of 8. 8. H , I Irel constrained by a
ei'Be of du'y to nuflering humanity to make
Ihil statement nf my ease. With the four
teenth biiltle the cum er began to h. iil rap
idly and soon diaipnred. and for several
mouths there fans been no appearance of a
sore of any kind on my noin or face, neither
U my nose Htall tender In he touch. I
have taken about twodnsen bottle? of 8. 8. 8
I am soun lly cured, and I know that 8 8.. 8.
effected the cure arier every known remedy
waa tried and bad tailed.
FortUainet, 0a., May 1, 1885
I had heard ol Ihe wondrrful cures of
Bwitt's 8pi'nibc, and reolvd to try it. I
commenced taking it In April, 1HHI My
general health waa much Mtiproved, but the
cancer which was in my brea t continued to
grow slowly but surely. The bunch grew
and became quite heavy. I fe t that I must
either h'tve it cutordie. But it commenced
discharging qoantitina of almost black,
thick blood. It continued healing around
the edges until February, when it was en
tirely healed up and web.
Cncbesett, Plymouth Co., Mass., July 13,
Swift's Specific la enlirelv vegetable, and
ems to cure onncers by forcing out the iai
puriries from the b!ood.
Treatise on Biood and Skin Discuses
Thk kwift Sreome Co , Drawer S, At
lrtn tg, Ua. N. Y.. IM W. Tweniy-thlMat
in AN A N I
tcrt.ilu til t
Z "Uio Jl'i-ni" t!i
O will provo Tt;il';ic:i:ry to
O) tvf-vy fccmU'iunn wha wajitn a
g perfect or! :lo. Vvo nro vnttinft li'-to tia
irmnufictnro cf tlic.io p'.-uj, fia rr-ults or :io
Z yours exixrlcnco end nttifiv, of wlmt v It
pleiuie, give conil'irt nrid v.'.'. r
Z fuitlifully. Try tttom.
X iK-.f.ui- 1. is
No. 6m, R. D.-In ttie Chancery Court of
rumor Lounv, lenu. Mate or lenriei-
aee, tor Ha own ure, etc., vs. V. L. bim
It ai pearlng from bill which Is sworn to in
tl is cause that the de rndxnta. Herbert
Kheit, is a resident ol Mexico; .bat J. II.
a d 11. M. ii. ae-Hine, Mary, Ada and
Daisy Sproule, Jennie 8irnu e. now "nnrrled,
and her hoatiand. who e name isnnknown
Anna I lit e. W. O. LI tie. Jrtliu Post and
hosban '. Pot. and John H. b ebbins.
re residents of New York; that t. C. Low
enf tin i i a resident of Minncota; ihu
Natl 11 I'nnn. cirav W.DuhB. Nannie K.
Porter and husband. Dr. Por'er, Geo. W.
Nail. Anna Nail and C imllU Pooe. are resi-
dc t'Of tbe State of Arkansas; that Mrs.
Liltie Tborne. Ann K Pioudfit. Jessie,
('asia and bamuei 8 unders are residents of
Misis-ippi; thnt Ha net Hunt r, Toombs
misuse, Dudley IIuUom, tamilia C'olley,
Henrr Col ev. Caterii e 0. and Oeo. T.
B.irnes are ri aid. ntr.f Ueoreia; that Charles
Bpr ale and 8. I. Jnbe are rcidciits of Lou-
ana: inatu u. Mi ev. w. N K. Ilea e. J.
M Woodward. tiustee.Th a D. Kit hen.
Ripley II. fc undrrs. Millie II. Norvell ami
L. O.Nnrvull are resident! ot Missouri: 'hat
K. II Ha grav a is a uon resident ol Ten-
ne see ; t hat 11 rry L. A very is a re- idot t ol
tl e rt .ndwicb I lands: that L. M. Wnlcott if
a resident of Iowa; that A.J Hayes i a
resident of Colorado; that Ida Lownes Is a
re ident of Maryland, and a I non-r.-si-dents
of Tenner-see: snd that the nlaceanf
residence of Preslr Srroule, M.iiy proulet
now mair ed, and her husband, whrae name
is uuknown. Ucnrge rod r. A'ei II. Knster.
W. A. (Iw,r. ne, John W. P. eter. (full. I
' p-land, am"ei Haynna. Nancy U. and
Sauiu lla Ke cbeval and buoy A. Crendall
arc unknown and Cinnot be a"erieined
after di ijei.t iniuirr;and 'hat the names
and places ol residence of Ihu heirs of w.
J. lla 'tore nod nf Myrtiea M. Du
liose. deceased, maild parties on account
ol interest In flo bn S8 and 3', Ion 4u,
II II, 26. 12 and 13. bc:ng pnrt of the Dunn
tub livsinn ; a d that the names and p aces
ot rea denca ot te heitsot M rtin reynolds,
made i sr ieson acount of in'ere-tin lot ',
block II (41, south aid of Kl ii.tt rtrect, are
all unknown and sinnot beaaoeruiotd alter
di igeut inqu ry, this being a suit to enloree
It i therefor erdred, That said part es
m ke their apeearan-e bt rein, at the ' nu; t
lii use ot 6htlhy county, in Men phis, Tenn .,
oa or before the ftrst Vonday in ay, 1X86,
and plead, anewer or di mur to c 'Diplain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken f r con
fesscd as to thus, and set for hear 1 1 g ex
tar e; and that a copy of t'ii order be pub
lished once a week lor four snces'lve weeks
in tbe Memphis Appeal. Ihif 31st day ol
Mar h, 1K
A copy Attel;
8. I. McDOWELL. Clerk and Ma-ter.
By J. M Urd -y, eiu'v U. and M.
F. H. and O. W. Ileisaell, Solicitors for
It la fa T ar Inlrre-el
to bear in mind that one Bnn-on's Capc'ne
Plas'er is worth a dmi" ol any oth r iiorous
plast-r. Bn-nn's p a-ters are a tet.uine
u e icinal article. indrs d an 1 used hy the
melieal pro efl'inn ir Maine to Ca ilornia
1 by core in a few hours i in- ns inch no
others will even relieve, ( heap and wort -less
iioita ions sre sold be del r who care
more for large pr.fitsnii trah than they do
or the saets o' an approving cnacieoce
lleware o rheul, act ol tbe ' C pucin,1 '
t'ups eio." spsiriu-'' and " a s ruin"
pl istnra whi-h th, y ell to t o unwary.
I he e naroe are Dot' icg but misl aiins va
r ati,,t,g (,D the name " aocine." S'ote the
d ftere'ice, o to r ratable diusg sts, and
yon will not be d-'ceiT'ii. ihe genuine Ifen
son's b. rhe " 1 h.'-e peals" traOe-mark and
tbe word 'L'rcin" cui in t'-e c. n'er.
ij i ' f
i h n
Mate Treasurer's Report
bTrg TaaA't ski's Orrirg. Apiii 1, Iscvi.
To Ilia Kgcellency Wm. B Bate, O.nernor
of the bUta of Ter nessee firt 1 hereby
make to you myQu.r'erly K or, is ft.1-.
Tcasurer, from January 1, IXmo, ui Apctl 1.
To halance in Treasury January I,
DW6 $iic.-) 7
To amount received frou.
Trustees I2,1 SH
Count) d urt t'l rks us; me
Circuit Court Clerks s 7s IN
8npremeCourt Clerks ixl tM
I haneery Court Clerks I.WI M
CriminalCon-t Clerks...... tr.t 12
Law Court Cle ks 14 W
Kerense Collectors 1.74s Ml
Bank lag . 4 ii yu
Mate Tax Inrnranre Companite. 11.7S6 34
Kelemprion of land 1,7 4 4
Tax en Te'egrai b Cornpauiea. 90 In
Suiireu e Court HeporU " lSH tf
K.uroid Tag Cfl,".l 26
l.e-sees Stete P. nit.n'iary tb.ihi no
blate Xax hi press Cum l anies... l.UW U4)
By amount paid:
Intnn st on 8tat det t 1,672 VI
Int-rest on school fund - evo7 M
btate tirgecutinns Mv'121
Salaries, Judicial Tl On 8
balaries, esecut TC lt4'rv'i
ba'aries, officers ol penitentiary... 1.S74 Ml
balary of Adjuta t lieneraJ. ... U tsj
aiary, bup't ot Capitol 1M ut
balary. bun t Ilosnital lor Insane.
Midd e Tennrs-ee MO 00
8alary, 8un t tt Public instruction eVVI nA
baiary, d urt of Heferees 1,014) kl
balary, Att'y Gen. a d Reporter... 00
balary. Assistant L brarianM 41 Ai
blary, l ibrarian Kl SI
Clerk hirebv becreta'i of btate .. 3.3 3.
Clerk hireb Sup'l 1'ubl c Instruc
tion ire m
Clerk hire in Governor's office.... 166 00
Cl, rk hire in Comptroller's otic... Cu Ml
Clerk hire in Treasurer's ofhoe.... IHl tai
rxpen-e or Capi-ol U,31H Hi
Kxiene of bupretne Court 1, 41 tel
bapense of ro'y ol Sta r's offico... taj
Ex penre of (Vurt of Hef rees 27 0
kxornse of Kun iiug Board bAI
r insure nf Li rarv 71 'i
Kxpi-nsc of Kxei-uttve 4li 62
Kxpenie c I reasnrcr's f'ffi'" in fO
K .pense of Comptro ler's uflice 7 fh
Expense of imtilio arms ?0 IH1
h.xietise ot liank ot leunesacas,
Vxoress charccs I7' !
l'cn-ion t' blind Mil)
tale pemtenUary buildiug re
paired, etc 4H m
'tote I oa:d of Ileal h 'HI 47
I'uhli-h ng Act- 40 IS
I'o tut i f r Inmn-. W.stlonn.... 7.U U IS'
ll'ispital for Insane, Ka t I cnn .1iH '!
Ilospitul t r Insane, .Middle loon.. 14.7:11 l)
ltui'road asscsstnent 401)0
l'ubli.' printing 2 3 in
Retiindcd revenue H 1 ('7
state Normal College .. H.MH i
l'leuro pne .mouia M.. 1114 A4
Land saics 4t oil
Tax avutrga'es ift
Arte ting itiKitivos 1 lo
Bhnk ot Tennessee uu. I suu cer-
iiioates oanco nl IU.H'1 ll
Bank of Tenn. old iss canceled HM) (I)
reasury wair-mt eancolcd I Co
Bu eau Ag'r.Stnt ics a-d Mines.. J.6'JS (U
Publishing tlov.rV pri'dauiation. II In)
Tenn. behuoi 'or 11 ind 4,IM K)
Tenn, School tor Dial and Dumb.. 7, Hi 10
Balance in Trensury April 1, 18IW...I inl.tM 4(1
Th above bnlauce con lts ot
Amonntin bank, aa er Schedul
No. 1 .. tW.W 74
Caih on baud 2 6"t 74
SCHEDULE No, I.
Showing Balance In Bank Airil 1, lHHti.
Fiist National B mk, Nbville....t 39, Hid Tl
Founh Nat onal Hank, Na-hv.lle. vol 1
Bank if II rtavllle . TIKI m
'Mechanics Bank ot Knoiyil ... 21,141 41
Clevelsnd National llnk PW 7:1
Pirst Nmi pal B.mk, ChHttanonga 5.7'3 hi
llnii n 4 Planters Bank, Memphis. 1.9 0 HI
B-ownsville livings Hank l.IUl 87
"-( elnyville bavinvs H-nk S i'H' M
Stale N tional Bank, Memphis ... 3,i7tl t
Hank nlbpxrta J 4!"il H
Franklin llniik, l.'lark-v He '1 4MI f
I'rop es Nai dial Bank. Pulnrki... I i! 7:i
Mercantiln Bank. Muinphi, 3 73' VI
Nminiial Bunk, Bristol l,7ai 3
btunes Hiver atlonttl Bank, Mnr-
freesborii t'l 44
Lookout Hat k, Mor istown oW (W
"ank 'f btrootwater 1.4 4 40
Fir.-t Nation.il B'nk, Murlroeeboro l.irOtl IK)
Coiiimerotiil National Bank, Nnh-
Ilinn of Madison, Jacknn l,3S'i 04
Ihird National B'nk , Chattanooga UiT.I
Mechanics Mar. lii.nk. Kuoxvillo... 7.KSI VI
National Ilank nf Fr-nklio 2 fil H Is)
bemmd National Bank, Columbia.. 2 :'l Xi
Hunk of Lebanon 3,1th M)
Peoples Nat .. onl, VcMi nvillo.... 1,42 M
First Natio- ,1 Hunk Tull ihomn. . 10 1 '.0
Ciitninercinl Hank of Par a Hi7 21
bWond N ition' Dank. Lebanon... J.Hfc'l 48
Uiles Nutimi'.l Bank, I'uiaski H.'lkS'.
Bust Tiiiinosseo National Bank,
Knoxvi'le 2,W 73
National Bank. bhellville &,i3l :!l
lliwasse bavins Asa'n,'burletoti l.bvi Mi
U lis in Countv B.,nk. irontun 7 I Ml
ll'.nk of Leishurg I Km Ml
First National ll.nk, Athens MM 37
l)f the above Ihenmnnnt In Ihe Mcsbii ii"a
Bank ol Ktioxvillo. I-'I 141 4 , is in suit. I be
amount in Shelhyville baviogs H'tik
1.I..IV) 8ti. not suhict't to chcck,ian: Imvii i
sustiended, thus leaving baiance in hanks,
avatlalilu and auhicctto check, 11.14. rl.3 17
This is to certify that I have cut pnrcd the
abnve statement ct ttie pcelpta nun
btirenents ol the T'easurer's otli o ! r the
Quarter he.inn'ng J muxry 1. IftHtt. and eid
nix A i r l I , lHSd. wiih the accouois in my
own office ss Comptroller, and find the a ne
to be coirvct. 1 have also examined the
stDtemonts rendered hy the ditrren' depos
itor es of the btate. and find tboir res ect
ive ataiemonts to a rre wl b tbe amounts as
tetlorthin the api e.-.ded toha u e. 1 have
also iraae actunl ount nf all caab on hnnd
in the Treasurer s Rine, and And the
amounts ti tie as ropnr ed in Ihe ftt,i,ve and
that said report is iu evcy tespee eorr- ct.
April 1, ltteti. P. P. PliKAbD,
Fxget'Tive Orncg, Nsbfv i.i.s, Ap-il 1,
1KHH. I he lores o ng slatemcntot all oionej i
now in the Treasury ol ihe Ma e of 'ienut-s-ee.
and such aa have be n received therein
and been disbursed tkeretrotn lur the i e lod
set forth in Slid repor', it being It m Janu
ary ), ln0. to Ai ril I, lHHti, made by J hn VT.
Thomas, Treasurer, and certiflea by P P.
Pickard, Conprroller, in eonlormity to re
quirements ot the Legislative a t passed
Ala-on 22. IsSI, has been examined by me
and found correct! and the same) is hereby
oertifled and ordered publt' ed.
vt m 15. im 1 ri. fioTernor
BY virtue of tha authority ve-td In ma as
trusto" of the estate ot W. II B ltoa.de-
ceaserl, as tha siicoepsor in office ot . ti.
Huiith. trustee, by decree of tbe rnprerae
t)ourt of Tennessee In case ot L. K. Cnnon
h,. M. AniMirsen and o hers. 1. D..vid V.
blauabter. trustee as aforea id, wi I i ff r for
sa e, at publ o out-ry, at the eonuhnuse
door, in the city of Met1 phis, and sail to tbe
highest and best biduer, oointbenuing
promptly at 12 o'olork m.t on
Nat nr day, ihe lt Hay orHy,lsll,
'he following described real state, to-wlti
The east half or lot fl in elocK 6i, on tha
P'an of the city of Memphis, on the north
west corner of Linden auu Driver g'reets. in
ssid city, bsvirg a iront of At) tret, mure or
less, on the nurtb ' ide of Linden street, and
rnnning liack between la aliel linns abi u;
sis) loci; the fr ntol hi and lot being, t'.t
feet, less ne-hall ot Driver street, tae . nar
t ie ea t side th-reof. lokvmg abopv fu) f,.,t
front, toireli.er wi'h the imnrove'ar'nig oon.
i'ting nf a two-story hr i. k drrilin(
The storenouse now orcuioa by h. M Ap-reie-n
Co , No. 23iH I!todi ,treet, at d No.
0 jeffersun stieet, rep',in( ,or hoOai er in
nnrn. Residence No, 92 Conrt street, r-nting at
tTiO per nrnn'ti, having . fr. nt i f 3U Iret 4
1 .dies, by a depth f 14H feet, forintrlyoo
copied by P. U. Bethe', deceased.
House and lot n north side of Union
st'ert, fronting 3A feet, and running l ack lo
0 4 Union street, known aa No. 374 Union,
renting or I 'O per month.
House and lot on easlsideolOrlesnsstcsf,
feet Iront by 1 ",' leet deep, known ts lot
tvo. o' I. M. Tata's subdi ision.
Alo lit No 7. same suhdivisloo, S?Vfit5r.
Lot No 3 vt W. K Harris's suridiisi.,n,
on 'ow Island road, containing 11 76V-.(sO
Terms Ooe-tblrJ cash, the bilanee in 11
months, with InUree', secured by lien. The
tit es are per e-t. tat I sell only as trustee,
Kuitherinforma'ion can he i-hta'ned Irom
tbe nudersigned, D. C FLADDHTI-rl,
Tru tee sta W, 11. Dolion, dee'd.
R. D. Jordan , Att irney.
ID rlclge Notloo.
syl OT1CK is hereby givei. that tha Covina
XN ton and Cincinnati Elevated Rai.riat
Transfer and Bridge Company, a corpo
ration orgoniied and eiisting nnder the
aw of the Hlate oi Kentucky, b-s
aoplied for tbe approve' of the HenreUry of
War of plans submitted for the ereonon of a
Bridge between the c tics et CovmaUm and
Cincinnati, pursuant to tha provieion. of it
charrer and the act nf fongr'as rel ting
tiereto K ZIM M KHM AN. Pre id. nt
DK4i'l'HAlS 10 IHK fKONT To t
fss-irsoib eeiring Government Ku
Povuient in gay ot the departments s'
Wa'hiiiaton, or ary otb-T tu itions unde
the liover nment, I wilis. ud lull tn.nresuon
as to how to .eseseil to obtnin theraa.e,
and Hliswh f orms el A-ll-atii f.n
rnceir-t o One Dollar, sanrnn JissMle
If s'bjsjsi ,v.sis '?.t i siafccj
JOHN HK1D. K. jr. Lf e
Fl. LEE dh OO..
37(W7JWW)-!iS'.-3S4..s(, hcrond ntreot, south of Uftyoito.
Doors, SashsBIinc's. Flooring. Celling, Siding, Shingles,
J. T. FAKUAatlN. J. A. HUNT. 0. 0. HKIS. R. A. PARKKR. K. L. WOODelCfl
J. T. FARGASQN & GO,
WSoicsale Clroccrs & Cotton Factors,
Cotton consigned to s will have our careful
JIAI'OI.IOV II I LI Ir-
Pill" at JI..rl rim
AUUA-.TEh'tF A WLLWU ri!
WM. I. COLK, J AM KM RKILLV.
W. W. bCHOOLKlELD. LUIJ1H
2rfi and 258 Front
M. H, COOVER & 00.
-- u 1
Tnmlioii Ymiil olid 1
MiiiiM iaiu aim imuimi mill
Doora, IShmJi, HIIiiiIm, AIiilllnf;'H, nil kliitli ot loor
Viii(i riamos Hrncliila, Noroll-Work, Ioiio;Ii r
1i-n'1 LumtuT, Nlilii;l, I.alliM, Walfr Tnuk
All lilutlx ol Hm1 sVnrk lOxooiistHl at (Short Not'
Xos. 157 lo m Wnsliiiiirtmi St. MemphlH. r
WOODRUFF & 0L1VSE. A6EN1
HAVINl) withtrawn Iron the Womlrull-Uliver Oarriage and Hardware Onmpanv
haveanonpied the Agency ot some ol the " 1iinlolurera lu iais lun
N(xl. ami aro now reooiving a lull asaortinont ol OA HH1 All Ki, HlMillKi, WA'IU.
II AUN KSS and SADDLiltt Ir i also, a litrga stook ol tha Improved IrCNNrC-HKrt WAlM
All gjods are ne v, an I built eiiireirlv 'or "us inarkol, an.l will be sold at very low prt
ttlllt't) ituil ."miIihiiioiii, Sit, 20') H.iiu k.. o ;. iu.t..,. .st'( So. iJntiual btrc.
A. WllnS'PP J. It. of riL WIMIttRtlll
nsrHIII imy Mooil Krlicw
TH4SII1T )Orr. of all tleaicrlplloiiM. Neud for lrcalr
Had I'rloesi 1'aUI.:
kT T7T- J
75 Viitkw Rtrwot,
M. 0. PKARCB.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
glstow"iaMssstsasr as 'kaisslfe).;i'aln"'sVsa .
lltK -II4HU A. McC'PHUV.
Marrsitwlnr Valaia IsHloriMl n I'ollolea.
la Ibe World.
ALEX . 3BLiaH :iJJB. IVX.X ..'li i I Exnminor.
JNO. P. WILKEESON, Agent,
Vo. 3 oil on KwfiaiiK ItiilMlng. is-mpliU.
Yazoo Mississippi Delta Timber Co.
MEKIUOLl) STATION, L., n!0. & T. 11.11., SLSSISSIPPI.
107 Miles from Memphis, Tenn. 113 Miles from Vicksburg, Miss.
Will law to order and furnish good merchantable
Cvpress 111 to. tvi ber,
IS CAR-LOAD LOTS F. 0. B., CARS AT THEIR MILLS. FOR
ttSr $12.50 PER M.
avDtmen-lons and Building Lnrnbcr. fltpross Shingles. DrosseJ Floo-jng, CeUint and
Hiding, sent constantly on hand. Onlcrs by mail respoctlully solicited. Address
P. II. AI.MTOS,
K. W. CBOWKLL,
ALSTON, CROWELL & 80,
Ind Ctimmtoion Xerchuate. Any, Com 0ata,liraB, Cliop FetJ, 011-XprI,
LIb etoinciit, Plvitcr, JBnlldfns find Fire Erl;k, Etc.
Cor. front and Union, UIoTar.Vs Kovr,JfT?7Tr
We carry at all times a wall-
low am Vst ltfjrenat.
V. 1.K KIISD.X, t'lre-fmitlea
- rlAltlM BrNINRsls.
.LARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
JOflN LOAill K
D. BUI HULL.
MY CHS, W.
II AN AL KR.
II. U. MILLRK.
St., Memphis, Tenn.
fur HltVES, Ul VXl.l.H
JOHN L. MoCLBLLAN.
LIFE I, CD.