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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 18S0.
DEBATE THE PPT-' TINT'S
(tome Little Progress Made on the
Biter and Harbur Bill-It
Washmoton, April 23. The HonEe
met Et 11 o'e'ock in continuation of
veeterdav s Btscioa and immediately
weat into committee of the whole,
Mr. Wellaarnt of Texaa in the chair,
on the river and harbor appropriation
For an hoar the bill was considered
and tome little progress made, and a
few momen'B before coan the commit
tee rose, toe House adjourned and the
aeasion ol Friday was opened wnn
nraver bv the chaplain.
The President's meBjage spoil the
labor trouble having hen read by the
clerk, Mr. Springer 111., moved its
reference to the Uommlltae on laDor
with Instructions to that committee to
report upon it by bill, or otherwise, on
or before May 15th.
Mr. Hamrcand Ga. thought that
there waa no reason to believe mat
the coBimittee wonld not act diligent
ly, and it waa unusual to intttucta
romuittee on such matters.
Mr. Bntterworth Ohio moved to
refer the mescaxe to the committee of
Mr. Bntterworth'a motion was lost
j vary ft, uajn, ni
Mr. Reed Me regretted that there
wonld he l opportunity to discuss
the measure in committee of the
whole. The result would have been
more iDeedv and oseful legitlation
tban would be accomplished by its
reference to a standing committee.
There being thirty mioses debate
allowed under the rules, Mr. But'er
woith secured the floor. The object
of his notion to refer the meifaje to
the committee of the whole, be said,
hbd been coueidered by tome gentle
men as unwise, because it wou'd Dot
be reacted at an early day. livery
Jientleman believed or affected to br
ieve that the roots, age presented a
question rf van' consequence to tbe
country. It Lad been his pu-poec, if
hia motion had prevailed, to ask unan
imous consent to fix an eaily d iy for
the consideration of this question,
with the hope and expectation that it
' miglit be fairly considered not with
a view to contioll'ng the elections in
November, but with a view to getting
at a rijrht eolation cf tbe great prob
lem. He wished that tbe people
could read what was raising in
the minds cf tbe assembled legislators
here, and segregate their desire to do
what waa beet for the country from
what was regarded as a mere expedi
ent to catch votes, lie protested in
the name of American manhood
against any policy tbat segregated one
part of his iYl ow citinns and eet them
apart ae if they Lad an interest in con
flict with tie great mas? of the people.
Who was there that hoped and n-
Ceded that his children won d eat
read except in accord with God's or
dinance, "by the sweat of his f ice."
He bud three boys at bia hearth-stone,
one cf wlinm had Buffered from the
hsod of amotion and who would liiht
the ba tie of 1 f o egaimt fearful odds,
and he protested against any li g ela
tion, spa'xt any Tsolu ion, na;nnt
any orginnta'ion, tl at vroiiljJ segregate
' otecf these bojb ana" set hun'apfrtas
belonging t) a peculiar p..rt of the
great core ituoncy repiesented here.
Uentltmeu here could elevate labor.
God bed done thnt in the beginning,
lie was tired of this demagoi-in that
' a jo ght to catch votes, not by ask
ing what waa the best for -la'isr,
but what the workingmen could be
induced to believe what w.s best
for then: He was in favor cf
organ ji;t.na which brought together
all men and recngniiBd the brotber
hocd of men. The bill which pasted
here a few days ago waa a hollow
mockery and a sham. It was not even
intended to do anything for the labor
ing men. It was a mere tub to a
w bale, a deliberate purpose to catch
votes. He eriticised the want of con
sideration given to the arbitration bill
by tbe Committee on Labor. There
had been no effort to ascertain the
facts. If a member secured fifteen
minutes to speak on the bill be de
vet d eight minutes to abusing Jay
Gould, six minntes to abusing corpora
tions and then surrendered the other
minute of his time, being unequal to
the ttsk of snygeiting uny remedy.
"Why did not ou e'legest a rem
edy ?" a-ked Mr. O'Neill Mo.
"Because you did not give me time
to open nay month," replied Mr. But
terworih Mr. Bland Mo. -We had a bill
here rome Hays Bgo that proposed t
eet tbe laborers of the country at
work. How did tbe gentleman vote on
that? The contraction of the cur
rency is impoverishing the people to
"Hlill barpiDg on my daughter,"
. quoted Mr. But terworih in reply. "If
we were discuss ng infant bap'isan
here tbe gentlemen would stand up
and want to hare the baptismal basin
purchased with standard silver dol
In conclusion, for. Bntterworth said
that Congress owea it to itself to take
np the labor question and consider it
carefully and men refer the subject to
an appropriate crmmittee. If it were
referred to a committee now he feired
- that a mtavurd mould be reported rep
eenting not the needs of the hour, hut
tbe political necessity of the coming
Mr. handall Pa confessed to a feel
ing if surprise at the best with which
the gentleman from 'Ohio fcu1 ap
prcacl ed this eut j-'Ct. He desired t
direct tttectlon to tbe fact that tbe
consri'o.ion made it the duty of tbe
President from time to time to com
munica'e to (Pong ees, touching tbe
state cf the Union, a id recommend
such meascres a? he shall deem neces
sary and expedient. I he President bad
not ventured hair beyond that, and
how wbh he met here? He was n et
herewith an ast ault on his mitrei.
There was not one word against tbe
propos tion which he made ; on the con
trary, there wes not an intelligent man
in tbe country hot knew tbat tbe pres
ent condition of the labor of the coun
try commanded tbe attention of Con
grtse. Ichm etsy to que t'lOn men'a
motives. He taO also supposed that
the right to question the rxo ives of a
bosun being rested with a high) r
powir. He asked that the message
should have due tosaideia ioB and da
libeia ion, and a remedy for th- trou
bles conceived, if poible, and Bait
ed into law. He detftrad tbhttnere
was i ota word that appealed ioa iy
particu'ar to any prty, or any set or
sny (l. ti of ttiea in tha United St .ten.
Oj the cort Hiy.it appe -le t to C n
grees an a b.dy of Ameii 'an cit z us
wih'n for tbe publ.c welfare, Ap
p'anse. Ai r. vv'i aver U a in avnr of the
motion to coaw.i wirh ins r ic:ii ns
thkt the n e ssge uiigt't be a jn!y nn
siHtrfd. The gntiemau from Ohio
(M . Bntterworii.) said it ould ur.y
receive dt libna e and calm cliscusR-'Oi
in tbe commiitee of the whole, lu. ,
what example of calirnpea bad tbe
gect'eman himself set? Had h sug
gested any remedy for the troubles T
It wsi ety to find f-inU, to cr-.rp and
c-t'cl?. rr4 5 r c1,!;"' t;tr?Tn-.-ehip
and ra'm delibera tion to met tbe
underlying cause of the present labor
Ms. Gibson W. Va re;re'td that
the genii-roan from O'lio should un
dertake to bring rolitics into a discus
sion of this question. Thn gentleman
bad charged tbe in jirity of the
Hoaee with not brirging forward a
proposition which would Lave any
praitical effect on the labor troubles.
ThetrouVoj the country was suffering
from were the reeu t of the powers
given by corrapt Congresses to great
corporations nodar the thirty years of
Republican administration. It was
the watered stock and tbe unjust
charters granted by Congress against
which labor was lebelling. Gentle
men on tbe other side ought not to
assail this House because it could not
bring about a remedy in a day, but
ought rather to col1,8 the crimes and
sins of the th'rty year legieUt on.
Mr. O'Neill Mo. said the arbitra
tion bill bad been discussed by the
House for four da) a, and not one
word of partisan bias hid been in
jected into the debats. It bad pu sed
by a fonr-dfths vote; it bad been re
ported unanimously by a Senate com
mittee; it bad been indorsed by tbe
journals cf the country, and by the
intell'gorce of tbe country, an1 it
rested with the gentleman from Ohio
to take this pretext of injectirg par
t'can bias into the question. The gen
tleman was like toe man with one
story the gun story if the con
versation did not give bim an oppor
tunity of telling his story, be would
tUmp bis feet on the floor and say,
"Tbat s-ncds like a gun, and talking
of gun j," etc , tbe gentleman was so
full of partitas bill that he could lose
no oppoitunity of ihnwing it.
Mr. Beed Me. expressed his ea'is
faction with the vote he had cart for
the at Miration bill. The gentlemen
from Pennsylvania (Mr. Rjndall), in
nndertakirg to excuss tbe President
for bis m(Sage, was tbe only man
who had accused him. Nobody on
tbe Republican side had found any
fault with the Preti lent or had even
complained cf the lateness of his
arousing to tbe subject. Tbe question
which was stir ing among tbe people
should be deliberately considered by
Oongie'S. It might be (hit C.MigreeB
could di-vi'e a rem dv;it might ba
that it could not; but it was bound o
consider tbe qura'ion and bound ti
consider wi'h regard to something else
bst-ides the Novemht r elections.
Mr. McCrary Ky was gratifW
with the President's meseaze, regard
ing it as a wise and forcible document.
Toe relations between labor and
csp'tal were not as harmonious as
they should be and the message looked
toward bunging them into harmony.
He did not believe that the proper
way to settle tbe difficulties between
labor andcapit.il was to use vi 1 nee.
He believed that troit'a'ion was the
better plan. Congress should recognu
tbat labor had rigMs, but aho that
capital bad rights and it was the duty
of Congress to cultivate harmony and
pleasant re lstions between the two.
Mr. Fprinper III enppoit'd hid
motion, c mtendi. g that th CommJt
ti e on L.ihor wns tue proper roTimit
tie to r.nnBidffr the message. He hail
moved tbe ins'ruot ons beciure he de
sired t respond properly to tbe
recommendaiii n? of the President.
The wiee, aivl taonrhlful mcssijte of
tbe Preside! t should be considered in
a prnnrr ppiiit. He opposed the mo
tion to rtfrtr it to the commiitse of the
whole, because it would be buried
Mr. Voorhees Waeh. T . rising to
a question of privib g, offared the
fol owin? resolution:
Retd'-td, That tha Committee cn
Rales be inetnict'd to it q'lire wheth
er the Hon. L D. M. Sweet, cr any
other ex-member cf the H'.uie, who
hos availed himself of the privilegs of
admission to the floor under rule 34, is
ir.teres'ed as agent or attorney for any
railroad or corporation, or interested
in any claim or bill pending before
V' nnes, and report to the Unuis the
result of such inqniry, with such rec
ouiraei da ionB as may be necesiary.
It had been an open secret, he raid,
that ever since the beginning of this
Conints a powerful lobby, organised
in the interest of various radio id cor
porations, had invested the Capitol,
end thnt the rules rf the House bad
been openly, repeatedly and notori
ously set at, d fhnce by Borne mem
bers of thnt lobby. He priitsted
aaittst the etn'inuance of that tank
sod crying abuse. He d d not int nd
to rt fl t upon Mr. Sweet, but had in
serted his nsuie b( cause be personally
knew that Mr. Sweet was a tornay for
the Northern Pacific Company.
Accepting snggfs'ions made bv Mr.
Bliuntand Mr. Randa'l, Mr. Voor
hees modifitd his retou'lon by
omitting ihe name of Mr. Sweet and by
providing that the inquiry shall be
carried on by a select committee of
five members. As modified the reso
lution was adopted.
The Hiuw then went into commit
tee ef thn whole (Mr. Hutch Mo. in
the rbair) on the privaie calendar.
When tbe committee rose a Kenatf
bill was passed for the re'ief of EmeJ
son Etbridge and Wm. B. Stokes.
The Houe then took a recess until
7:30 o'clock, the evening session to be
for tbe consideration of pension bills.
Tbe House, a its evening Besssinp,
passed s xtv pension bills, and at 11 :35
In tbe t'ommltlre-Bftomfl.
The IlmsB Committee on Libor to
day head Representative R'fgan in
oi position to the Blair eduv iona'
bill. His principal objection wts on
constitutional gouods After Mr.
Reacan'e arsument four or fle mem
bers of the comnittee nud eet
sptecbep, diljnirg th'iir own views on
tlenhj c". The speech s ca'iBed a
Dioloosed aid at times a vry ani
mated ds'us'on. R'presentative
Dan e' Va mured that the commit
tee report as a substitute a bill t ap
trirriate the proceele a'iing from
toe sale (f public 1 n la during tb
next fiscal year. Af er a ss oi of
to hours the ommitte3 adj urned
The Committee on Efocotirn did
nnt i htnin a nuorum nrt'l a few aiin-
nt- s bfi re th-t mix t;rg of the Hons-t
srd then adj turned uitil the third
IT iHa in M. a id ronteanentJv ac
tion on tbe Bar b '1 by tbat cou.mil-
ie' h deferred notil that cat.
Toe Senate Cimmi t-e m Appro
priitions to-day fii iihed consiiier
a ion of the poe'r ffiu-e appropriation
hill and Se ator Piumb will report it
MnnHav. The nnlv imn.ittint i mni-
mentaare the folownr: f 4'V 00 is
added to the aopmpr at1' n f r in- j
creaHiiu the special mail fa-ilities t
mae a connect oi with Cnbi; the
F'vo a uendmei.t in an1 s a ice is
d Dti d a .moD'iatirc JSOO00 for for
eign mailet-rvite anl toe last venr's
provision, thnt i o more than J 40,001)
shall be Ud for the ext-tnsion nt tbe
frae delivery Sf-rvioe, i teadrp ed.
Vatsok's Bitumen Concrete is nhfo-
lu'e proof cjrainst dampness, seepsge
and ruts, it-teprione vm.
L'ST PAY OK TT!". TAT. JUDI
I lev. itiu cf Officers f.r the Ejskluj
Year A A umber of Iater
lariaiL to raa irriAL.I
Jackson, Visa., April 23. riweed
ings of tho Miasi&ti; pi Medical Asso
ciation last night:
The association convened at 8
Additional members were balloted
for and installed, making the mom
berxhip some 3)0.
lhe following offiwrs wore elected
for the ensuing term: R. 8 Tooms,
M.D., of Greenville, president; V.
Branford, M D., of Corinth, first
vice-president ; G. W. Trimble, M.D.,
of Grenada, second vice-president;
W. E. Todd, M.D., of Clinton, secre
tary ; P. W. Rowland, M.D., of toffee
ville, assistant secretary; M. S. Craft,
M.D., cf Jackson, corresponding sec
retary ; John F. Hunter, M 1)., of
Ja kson, treasurer; as members of
the Judicial Council, N. L. Guire,
M.D , of Fayette; W. D Carter, M.D ,
of Ripley, and 8. V. D. Hill, M. D , of
Dr. George E. Redwood was trans
furred from an active to an honorary
membership of the Association.
Papers were read as follows: On
the t eatment of malarial hematuria,
by Dr. J C. Hall of McKinneyville:
two papers, being a history of surgical
operations,! Dr. T.jT. Itaull of Vicks
The Association met at 9 o'clock
a.ui , and papers were read as follows:
On electricity as oxytocic, by Dr. N. L.
Guice of Fayette; a report of an ovari
oto:i y, and also nn eiternal tirothoto
m", performed by Drs. J. A. Shack
eleard of Ix-ota Landing, and J. K
Halibut of Mound Landing; on some
of the complications of typhoid fever,
by Dr. Henry Izard of uridian; on
uterine dystocia, associated with puer
peral eclampsia, by Dr. W. E. Todd of
Dr. V. P. W. Rowland of Coffeville
exhibited a specimen of a horny ex
cresence eight inches long, taken from
the broiuHt of a man.
Dr T T. Beall exhibited an inter
esting pathological specimen
A committee was appointed, with
Dr. M. S. Craft as chairman, w th a
view to the establishment of a patho
logical museum and a library for the
Dr. J. II. Banks of Meridian read a
most valuab e contribution on the
pneumonic differentiation and treat
ment of pulmonary diseases.
A resolution was adopted cordially
indorsing and denominating as able
and eflicicnt the administration of Dr.
Joseph Holt as president of the State
Board of Health of Louisiana.
The new officers wore inrtalled, and
after the appointment of the neces
sary committees, the Association ad
journed to meet at this place on the
third Wednesday in April, 1887.
Hnllroal llrolnlln Adopted.
fSPKClAL TO THB irriAL I
Jackson, Miss., April 23. At a
mass meeting of the businessmen of
this city, held this afternoon at the
city hall, tho Hon. John McGill,
Vtnyor, presiding, tho following reso
lution s were adopted:
Rfuntvnt, That the citiaens of Jack
son feel a deep interest in all meas
ures tending to promote tho efficiency
of the railroad system of the State, of
which system the city of Jackson is
the center, and especially in the Chi
caio, St. Louis and New O-leans rail
road, on which the system and the
prosperity of the city and State largely
Remlml, Tbat being informed that
there is pending before Congress a
measure asking the consent ol that
body in behalf of that road and the
Illinois Central R ilroad Company to
the erection of a bridge over the Ohio
river at cr near Cairo, 1 1., by which
the connection of theso roads may be
be made more complete, and safety,
economy and time secured, wo re
spectly urge our representatives in
Congress to give tboir support to tho
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lOOBBOTOKDRNCaur THB APPRAL
Shannon, Miss., April 21. It looks
now as if ihe rain h d ceaaed and the
weather sit' led. Planting is being
flushed rapidly this week, as this is a
ittle later than common for planting
Our threatened strike along tbe Mo
bile and Ohio railroad hai been peace
f illy settled by the railroad conceding
the demands of the brakemen.
Tbey were petting $50 per month and
demanded f 55. Tbe railroad authori
ties asked ten days to consider their
demand. On the 20th of this month
tbey agreed to pay them $55 per
Oar town was enlivened yesterday
by a strolling band of gypsies, who
Claimed to bs Turks. They bad three
or four bears with tbem, and five or
six dots. Tbey imde tbe bears d nee,
etc., a d took up a collection. Af;er
a while the leader propos d if the
cowd would raite $2 they wouU have
a tetr anl dog figbt. ' This amount
was quickly raite J, and the fight began
ineurnis'. Ir e bears were muit ed
and of course cc u'd Lot hurt ttie dogi
only with their paws. Ic amused tbe
trojrd at a'l ev. n s, and business was
abandoned for awhile.
The iruit wkb thought to be in jnrpd
in the seetion by the recm', cold
weaiher, but on exam n'ng my orchard
I fiod that we will lave pinn y of ap
ppp, peaches, etc., this summer.
Sweet potao a are scarce this sea
son, tbat is se"d potatoes fi r planting,
abd w uld find ready la'e bere at $1 50
per bushel, while the king (cotton) is
onlv worth 7 and 8 cents per pound.
Si if some ot onr farmers had raised
sweet potatoes f r a surplus crop it
wonld have paid thsm more hand
somely than co ton. B it cotton a all
they care about raising here. Upon
inqniry I find that there will be ao in
creese in the arrange of cot on this
yea'. 'J axes h ive been increased by
tbeS'ate Lki htare aid tbe farmers
s. y they ilu it put in a litt'e more cot
ton, ai it is so 1 w this year- and it is
the on'y tb at we can ra ae 1 h it will
nay our debts f r bring ready money.
Oar railroad ag-i.t, Sam L. Divis, is
i fl on a vitit to his old home at Boonq-
Our town h a been visited recently
by toe Wowing commercial evange
Jia s on ih'r regu ar pastoral visit-,
nniwithra .d ng th $.5 liie s-: Co'.
Wm. Bavs, 0.iro, III ; J W. Hudson,
J'CkBi n, Te in.; W. A. Lye.rly. New
O e-.nr, Li ; Watit K'-yes, "it. Lni ;
C aieiK'e Warren. Liuisvill', Ky. ;
t'apf John B. Weak'ev, Merrtsbis;
Dr. H V. Buchanan, Mnrpi, and
several oiber of thn reverend gentle
men, who informed m that they bad
deposited $25 with tbe Stt"TreareT.
but under pre ttsfct, tbat is the majority
had. the Wren rase being made a test
! ca r, which will bs decided Monday
Last niiiht, about 10 o'clock, the
kitchen belonging to Dr. Jno. 8.
Carrthers was discovered obe on fire.
The family were in bed aelep and did
not know anything of the fire until
aroused byeoxeof our citiisns from
their slumber. Tbe doi t ir was absent
and no one at home but h a wife and
two children. By bard woik the main
building was saved. The fire is a mys
tery, no one knowing how it took
place. The kitchen and outhouses
were entirely destroyed. No insur
THE WATEU Ql'ESTION.
WHAT A BF.II.LE tORRE
fcPOSDENT THIShU OF TUB
Rceeait Reprt ! the ('tamllla
t'larlBeallB '. FlltraU
Tk MtaalBalaBl Ma paly.
To tha Editor! of tba Appeal :
Although I am not a resident of
your city, I have been much interested
in the "water question" which is now
agitating the minds of your citisens,
and have read with much interest the
doings of the Water Committee and
sayings of correspondents. I wai in
deed much surprised to see your com
mittee adopt the Wolf river in prefer
ence to the Mississippi as a source for
water supply for drinking and other
inrposes. Granting that the Missis
sippi contains a larger amount of sus
pended matter, it has been proven by
many analyzers that it contains le-s
organic matter in solution than any
stream in America, and if the garm
theory of dixeas', which fa accepted
by the medical piofession, ranees the
various malerial troubles, then your
committee will have to give the Mis
sissippi river the preference.
I am not well enough acquainted with
the surroundings of Memphis to esti
mate the cost for obtaining water from
tbe Mississippi, bur RiU well ra'''euecl,
were the coat $509,000 nior?, it would
be much the cheaper, us yuur death
rate would decrease in the came pro
portion as it did after your city ob
tained a the rough ry-tteoi of sewerage.
I was much eurpii-ied to se Gen.
Greene suggest tbe Hyatt filtering ap
paratus, for euch quantities of water
as the city of Memphis consumes,
namely, 6,000,000 gallons daily, with
a probable increase. If the niteiing
process possessed an Bdvantsgs over
settling tanks, why, use it. But as it
is a known fict that filtration removes
nothing more tban the suspended mat
ter and the organic matter is s ill in
solution, why, there is no ad
vantage gained by tbe process,
and is impracticable for such quan
tities, while the settling process
bas proved a success and at
a much le coet. In the city of St.
Louis, in March, 1883, there was 18,
000,01 0 gallons of water ptaciically
clarified as fast it entered by the chem
ist of the New Orleans Water-Works
Company for the nominal co-it of less
than one-hslf cent j er 100 gl!ors, r
between $40 and $5!) per 1,000,000,
while the cost will he much reduced
if the plant is furnished by the coin
ptny and the chemicals manulacturi'd
on the grounds f ir clarification, and if
J-ho prow s-i should uoadopted'it would
only require two Rattling reservoirs
instead of torre, and thn basins ci u'd
be of much (-mnller capacity than sug
gested by Gen. Greene, and thn co't
of cleaning the rewrvoir would be
much less tban by filnation.
The plau that w ntiugeated ie the one
that was adopted by the New Orleans
Water-Works Company, and will be
in operation this summer beyond a
doubt, if their suit with the city comes
to a close.
I intended comparing more closely
the Mississippi and Wolf rivers an a
source of water supply, but after hav
ing read the crrespondence of "Re
former," I find be has made the same
observations that I have; so it would
be useless to burden your paper with
the arnmett of another. I hope the
Water Committee wil1 rer orsider their
resolution adopting the Wolf river as
a sonr-e. jos wadlt.
Griknvii.i.h, Miss., April 20.
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( UTiiKKHT r ui hoanr by, W4 band
hivh. and maarnifiiten tl V Drnnortiunad. He
h'l bev-r been handled tor ieod, but eun
ho a 2:40 cit with wo men in a buy.
Waa b'ed and r-li-d by J. O. Mo'erran A
Co.. Uienview, nrar LouinT lie, Ky., and
1.1 . . . .A..AU nM for li IHI CiithhflrL
will be aliowel to ere f aprr-iyed marea
thia e in. eemoi-e, iwenty-ove go -lariowh.
Can be teen atour a'de.
K. A. JO.NK8 CO.
J. F. 110L8T &BU0.,
(soooaesoKs to a. b. hoixt a Bto.
s: . 4 .
SVOBfAIN ST., MJSJlJ'nif.
AF DLL and enaiplet itook of Wood -an'
Mtllio C . nd C"kiit, Coib-CoT-red
Caeketimid Burial Kobea liy "B
hand. eaw-tir1r by tntrrraoh pro uftiy
I'Uhllc AUtuiuUtratot'e Ant :e.
April 13. I'M.
NOTICK In be'y t've that 1 w M, d
miniit'au.r "I fe etale of . T. Hryor.
dei-ered rel' publie au -ti n, in the town
ol LUCY, oo tl.e O u. end S W R..i'road,
all of tie pronl pr 'lerty te'onalnt to de
cedent' eaiale, io l'.tdinf a vernl yaluahle
hora t Sle to emninanoe at 1U o vlooa a in.
on r RI10A V. AP',' U, 181.
JOHN LOAOIIB. rublm Adminlatrator.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Pnrrat and Mi rat" Natural Fnilt Ftaeora
VanitU. Lcmrw. tlrAi-yn, Alntoad. Hoar, etc
Aawr as drlKHtdy and nalarully At the iruiU
PRICE BAKIK0 POWDER CO..
CIIICAOO. ST. LOUIS,
OR an IN CAHt'KR.
For aeren yeara I aafferad with a eaaaer oa
my face. All the liraple remediea were ap
plied to alleviate the rain, but the olaee
continued te rrow, anally aeJeadin ml
my note, from which came a yeliowiaa dia
ehare, very olfenatya in eharaoter. It waa
alao inflamed, end annoyed me a treat deal
About eiahl montha ate I waa iai Atlanta, at
the houe of a friend, who o a'roaaly rw
ommended the uaeof ciwi t'a Hpeeine that I
determined to make an eoTo'tio procure la
in thia I waa aueoeenlul. and began ta
The influenoe of the medicine at tnt waa to
inuiewbat actrayaM the tore but toon tha
Inflammation waa allayed, and 1 becan to im
prove alter the 6rat few bottiee. My teneral
health haa (really Improved. I am "iron tier,
and able U(- iny kind ot work. The eau
rer on my la J hovan to deoreaee and the
ulcer to heal, until there la n"t aveatine of
It lefl only a little a ar marka the place
where it had been. I am ready to auawer
all queation relative to thia cure.
.Tills. JIJ lints A. MOUOMAUU.
AUanta, Oa., Auiuat 11, im.
I have had a eanrer on my fa-a for aotne
yeara, attending from one i nok bone aorote
the noae to tha other. It haa liven me a
great deal of pain, at timea burnina and
itchina to aunh an eitent that It waa almo I
unbearable. I rotnuienoed uaint hwift'a 8ie
ciflo in May, 18sr. end have uned aitht bot
tle. It haa liven the trealont relief by re
moving the inflammation and rratori'-t my
goneral health. W. 1IARNRH.
Knoxville, Iowa, Hept. 8, 1W.
For many yeara I waa a antTVer with oan
oer of tile noae, and having been curod by
the uce of H. H. H , I teel onnatralned by a
aer ae of duty to aafferlng humanity to tnnko
thie atatement of my ouae. With the four
teenth bottle the eanrer boiian to ht-al rap
idly and aoon diatipenred, and for aeverul
mootha there haa been no appearance of a
aora of auy kind on my noae or fuce, neither
la my noae at all teoder to the tonrh. I
have takon about twodoaen bottloof 8. 8. S.
I atn anundly eured, and I know that 8 8. H.
effected the cure afur every known remedy
waa tried and had tailed.
Fort (Jainec, (la., May 1, 1885
I had heard ol tha wonderful coree of
Bwilt'a Hprcifle, and re-olrrd to try it. I
commenced taking it in April, 1H84 My
general health waa much improved, but tha
oanoer which waa in my brea t continued to
grow aluwly bat aurely. The huneh grew
and becamo quite heavy. I le t that I inuat
either have It cut or die. Hut it commenced
discharging quantities of altnoat black,
thick bioou. It continued healing around
the edxea until Fobruary, when It waa en
tirely hoaled up and well.
Cocheaott, Plymouth Co., Maea., July 1:1,
Kwift'a Hnerifln la entiroly vegetable, and
aroma to cure cancera by foroing out tho Iji
puritira from tue blood.
Treatire on lJlood and 8kln Dlaaaaoa
1'Ha Swikt Kruotno Co , Drawer a, At
lanta,(ia. NY.,JoTJWwonty-jJmd at
er Afia AI. PHIZ:, 7tv,tiio.-v -llrkfla
only n Mlinioa In
.: . :. r
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" Wtda Ktrrby oertifv tht trc mptrmf tht
itrraitaemenU jot nil (Ad kicnthly nr.d Qur
tiri JJrawino of lhe Loititmt State LuHrry
torn puny, unit in vrro mnnao and control
(A 7Y''tH(' thrwaelntt, and tiiat the .t
are cimtluvfa. wtii. Aoac-Wi, ftiirnt an '
aood faith tenni all f;rcta. and to aW.vt
tht Company Ut um this cr. ivjU, with htc
timilt of iint iture aH,ieJiit v.
We, ian mvtmvKet, Hank and aecri
tctit ai all 'rteca driwi n 1 ae uiftnri
Siyylg Lotterivi vticA eauy oa preetmW nJ.our
J l( I.KKnT,Pre. I. a. JNnt'l Hank.
A. BAI laWlai, Pro.. Bf. O. Mill. Uk.
Inoorpniatod in lHnAtnr twenty. Ave ream
by tho ieifiRliture lor Kduoational and
C'laritii'tla purnmaa with a capital of 11,
(KWI.idau to which a re'ervo fund ol overJ.V0,
0110 haa amca been added.
By an overwhelming popular Tote Ita
francht-e war made apart ol the preacnlKtate
Onnatiluliori, adopted Daoember Hd, A.I.
7 onlv totter eet tioltd on and inotoraed
by Ma people or any .Stale.
It newer aooilee or pofrfmr.
ItaUrnad Hi atl Naeibrr llrwarlnca
txkei l nuelhl, akaiel lltei
Irwwrdlaary llrawmaa rraitlwrly e--ery
itare) anonihia laafleitl r airanl
Awaanaillr lae)reafre, boejlaiailwa
A HPI.F.nil OPrORTTIIflTT T
Wl A PORTION fc FIFTU UKAMD
DRAWING, CLASS , iwlllel ACAMtMJ
OK MUBll). NBW 0RLKAN8, TUBHDAY,
mmj 11, lM0-19Ud Menthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PKIZK. 75,OliO.
lOO.OIMITIckeitatil rive ItollatraKatrk.
rraellaai, Iai Ptriba, Id
LIHT 0V PRIZES.
1 Capital pnae..... I 79,0X10
1 Capital prite - .....-.. ',
1 Capital nriie . . lt),0KI
2 PnaeeoIIWMItt ... ,
5 Hriaea of ar1........ lO.Ot-0
10 Priaeaof 1000 1M
iM Priiea of WW.. 1U,J
Kit) Priaea of 200 . M
m Priaeaof 100 M
m Priaea of Ml JA.0I g
1000 Priaea of 25.. VB.taxO
9 Approiimation priiea ol 7M)..... 6,7'0
9 Approajiuallon priaeaof I, NO
9 Approximation priaea of 0 2,1 (
lxi7 Priaea, amounting to I:"V,V0
. .ii ... .1.. r ... . - -1 .. k ,LAJ l.
Appiioailou lor lama V uiua.n iuvniu yw
mu.i. nnlvtAfh nltinji af tha CftMl DUfl V t n
For further Information write clearly,
glvtot lull addreea. PaarafAE, MiriA, Ki-
firoaa Vone) Ordera, or Mew York Kaehanta
n ordinary letter. Currenoy by Eipraaa tat
oarezpenie), addrjaaed ..,.
Meiw Orleeiwe, I.r,
r H. A. Ai0PHIf,
WaliiB(ioa aa. ai.,
or at Wmi Ceiari Mt., MwuipkXe, Tax
Mabo P. 0. Money Orders pay
and addrtsH KficiHlfred Letters to
SJKW ORLRANN BJATIONAa. taAtXI
ajev Orlnna-. a m
He. sryvi, R. D.-ln the Chancery 'Court of
Shelby coonly, oana.-eiauoi lenneetaa
va. U. M. Ai'upat ai. ,
It ihmuiii rmea the alleeatioBa ef the
b it in thiacau a, wkleh la twere t, that lha
plaeeaol re ideofte af Ike f liowiaf name !
ami- nil an u era nekaowai te amplaiaaal and
a anot be aaerr and apna dili a I inqut y
" ade. vy wtti b tJ llrnua-, rraaeia lye, j
II killer, ft W V,,r. J A P.tier on, W II
Hal owand J PWt.euian, treeleei
It ia therefore or icied. '1 be hey make
iK ran i.rtnrt hartin. t the Oourt Iloua
ot fchniny county, in Memphlo, Tenn., en or
t.alo. e t' e Br-t Monnay in lune, n v..
aut plead, anpwr or demur cniiplain
ant'a bi'l, or t' e ame will ae taken fr e in
f a0'l ae to thiu and re' lur hra'ing el
pr e : and that a copy of thi. order he u0
li bed on no a week fir f or ann eMive we. a
in tne M luiptua Appea.1. Thia 24 day ol
Apr 1. 186.
A oot-y nv'e t: .
H t. fclXtWELL, ' le'k and Matter.
Rt II. f. WaUh, Deputy H. an-i M.
John Jnhnituo. 8ol. I"r eom Int. aat
HuUatoriba rr tUe" ftp ."
37tt-378-380-3H2-3844b( hocoud street, south ot Utfoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingle,
M Aftltitntr. I.ftti.i, i'tl.r ti Plwfc-li.
J, T. rAKt-AttON. J. A. HUNT. : O. 0. UKIM. R. A. 1'ARKKR. K. L. WUODHUS
J, T, FARGASON & GO,
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors.
8ft Front S treat, MempMi, Tenn.
Cotua oonaitned to ua will have our careful attention. VYeoarry at all timea a well-
aelaeted atock o.
Staple & Pancy 6rrrrr?ri is, Wi.ne3, Llqisorsjoaactr & Cifiart,
it ail I I ,
N tl'Ol.rlON HILL, l'ridint. W... Vt I l.K tit SON, Vicefrealdea
II. J. LTN, I'oHliiti.
W emBMs City Fire & Gen'l las. Co.
r I A V(M.Kil. PIH
k UUAriTEt'j OF A MILLION COLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
ma ticron hi
.It.. ... ,IU I.UL'U DUII IV
S. MANHKloU.1). 1). K.
lflioo 111 MfHliMu N(ro't, Mom phi. Tenn
W. W. SOUOOLKIKLU. LOUIS UANAUKR. U. U. MILUCH.
25fi ami 258 Front
I. D. MOVER & CO.
lite Yard nt Plait !'
IrtMirM, SiihIi. ItliiiciM, IHltliiiKH, all UIikIh of Door
UIikIam rrimiu'ia, Ur-k4!l, Noroll-Work, llouxh a
I;-(n4'I Jiiiiibor, NbliijtU, I,h(Iim, U'a(tr Tank'
All kind of ,Vool Work i:eoii.l nt fSliort A'oli
Nm. IT7 to 17:. Waslilntrloti St. Mpinplita. r
WOODRUFF & OLIVER. &W
T I AVINO with irwn Irom tlta WoodruB UIiver Unrriaae anl tiamwarw ueupant .
hi haveaoo.ted the A.enoy ol mm. ol the " """jiUoOar.ra "" "'
Mini.-., and aro now roiwlvina a lull rwaortment ol O A Kltl 'i V'UI i 1 KJ, JJ A j
HAItNKSSndrfAUIl.iiirtV alau, a I r8 atooh ol the ImuniveJ rKMNimiCU WAHO
AM eooda are no, and built eti.renlv 'or thia market, and will be ald at very low pri
Olllce and MtliwrtMim, No.aO!) lam -UHoi. Vtt n m, N.iJ r'ront air'
A. wanniii i y j . i m, r I. wooramii
ihf Wm aj tiood Vrhwn for MOTI'S OIK FA 1.1.8 mm:
I'll iSlI YiVO riUS oi all :lM'rlatln2Hiiil for HrcaUr
W. I3 EE HE. tE3f 0"r.
f7R Vancn Street. Mwnit.hw. Tfinn.
M. 0. PKARCB.
Cotton Factors & Commission .lerch'tB,
Wo. 27fl FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. .TENN.
-' O0JJ NJHWilYOIlIC.
IlIt'IIAltn A.:itlcCUItV. t : i : l'rcMlilentU.
ISSiriM, : : :: s 1101,00,000
NarreHMleir VnJarwJIml'irerKl ail PnlinlaM. JSIo:iorrcllare'.!3.'l'P
lia tb Worltl.
2vXa"3a3C." XSXt.iaJX.TN33, TVr.P.. i I Bxnmlnor.
JNO. P. WILKERSON, Agenl,
IVO. 2 roKOII FllllgC HllllIlng. lve-HIlll
Yazo Hississir B elt a Tinib sr Co.
lIEiaHlLD;8TATI0X, L., N. 0. '& V. ll ll., XISS'-SSIPPI.
ll7.Mlleafroin Memphla, Tenn. Ill M.leajfroia Viokaburi.'Miaa.
rVlllaaw tolordar aBd,fu-n''h tood.'merohantubla ' ;JI V
O -v td"x-:o & sXj xx-xxx Id o:r,
--.-jrrj :iS.CR-L0A0,(.0r3 F. O.'.B.. cm ATTHBIK m ih.s, FOR ?
awDi-nenlona ani Bulldin 'Lumber. (ip -
Sidine, aeot oonaUntly on hnJ.Ordjre
p. . Ai.raJ.
m. v. imiati.i.
ALSTON, CllOWELL & HO.
t n.l ,;muil8iou aert ttanu. flay, Coi
JJrti V.JiHmitfliUU ic. t uautvoa ui; Wb vn, .., i. ..v.r .
!,i ,tntpnU I'lajter, BniliUmt ud Fire r.r:rn, Ctc.
Cor. (Front and Union, 1 Howard's lion, enu irl
K. K. Ub.
,tir nm ! ltMf,
A a; la MAHIMB RIININI
MYKIUJ. W. D. BKTUKLL
St., Moinplils. Ten.).
JOHN h. MoCLKLLAN.
e.i 'hiojlei, Dra.aal Plo-ln. Ca-Inj!ad
brmail respooliully ao'ioited. Addreaa
H. 11. WAIUT.
n Oul, Uran, On.p i "c-C, iiM!i'a.',