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aiEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, APRIL 29. 18S0.
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THE RIYIE AM) HARbOR ISILL
IS THE HOUSE.
Tbe Pwitofllre Approprlat-Inn Bill
Cousidrfd In the Senate
(ieneral Routine Dnblurss.
Wadisoton, April 2S. SWiiO.-Oo
motion if Senator McMillin, bill!
were passed authorizing tbe conetruc
tion of bridgxa as MIohb: AcrnnJthe
Miseimippi river at or near Keitbe
burg, 111.; across the Missiesippi river
from Winona, Minn., to tbe opposite
shore in Wisconsin; acrote tbe Yd
lowbtorje river in Montina; acroeetbe
Miaoari river at Pierre, Dak.: asroeii
the MieBiaeippl river from Rsd Wing,
Minn., to tbe onpoeile ebote in Wie
conain; acroee Ked river at or near
Brown'a Ferry, Cook couhty, Tex.
croea the Illinois river at or near
Lacon, III.; across tbe Des Moines
river in Iowa at each point as may be
selected by the New York and Coun
cil Bluffs Railway Company; across
the Tennessee river, in Ferry and
Decatur counties, at each point as
may be selected by the luaihville,
Jackson and Memphis Railroad Com
pany for tbe location of its line;
across tbe Kansas river, between tbe
city of Wyandotte and tbe city of
Senator Mitchell then spoke on the
memorial submitted by tbe Confer
ence of tbe New York Methodist Epis
copal Cburch fnying for protection of
Chinese in the United states. He as
serted the stalenvnta of tbe memorial
referred to, which charged, among
other thing', that Cbinree subjects
bad been put to death in Oregon, and
the property of the Chinese subject)
destroyed, were wrong. No each thing
bad happened in Oregon.
Tbe poetofUce appropriation bill
was then taken up, and some debate
arose on tbe amendment proposed by
the Henato committee appropriation
$800,000 for carrying Sooth and Cen
tral American, Chinese and Australian
mails, and authorizing the Po jtmaster
General to make, after duo advertise
ment, contracts for five years with
American steamshipe at a rate not to
exceed on outward trip f 1 per nautical
mile of distance by the most direct
and feasible course between terminal
points. Tbe debate was continued at
length, but nothing resulted.
Tbe Senate then went into execu
tive session, and when the doors re
Mr. Hatch Mo., from tbe Commit
tee on Agriculture, reported a bill de
fining butter and imposing s tax upon
and regulating tbe manufacture, sa'e,
exportation and importation ol oleo
margarine. Committee of tbe whole.
At tbe conclusion of the morning
hour tbe house went Into committee
of the whole, Mr. Wellborn Tex in
the chili, on the river and burbor bill.
Tbe appropriation for the improve
ment of the Yellowstone river having
been reached, Mr. Ucach N. Y.J said
that three years ago he had tried to
catch ilsh in that river and his ellorts
bad been as f ruitleis as this appropri
ation would be to improve its naviga
tion. The Yellowatone was a beauti
ful river. Its waters were like those
of the broad Juniata, and as tbey
leaped tumultously over the graveled
bay they gleamed in the sunshine
with a silvery gleam which attracted
and fascinated the eye laughter and
applause, but the course of the
stream was crooked, and the swift cur
rent threw np sboulg Here be was
again greeted with applause, which
lasted si long that be was compelled
to yield tbe tloor and obt tin leave to
print his remarks in the lltcord
Mr. YarnerMo.otI'.'rmian amend
ment increasing from $"lW,(HK) to 800,
O00 the appropriation for the Missouri
river from its mouth to Hioux City,
and earnestly advocated it as being in
tbe interest of cheap transpoitetiou.
Mr. 11 ale Mo oflVradan amend
ment providing that the appropriation
shall be expended in protecting the
banks of the Missouri river from wash
ing and c induing the stream to its
natural channel. Lost, as was the
Mr. Hepburn la. oflVjed an amend
mondment to the same Bertion provid
ing for the expenditure of the appro
priation by the Secretary of War
without the Intervention of the Mis
souri River Conmiieaion. He attacked
tbe commiaiion, charging that their
salaries, amounting to $H)2,0t0 nor
annum, were more than one-third of
the entire appropriation made in the
section under consideration, "a
half penny worth of thread
to an i i Unite deal cf sack,"
it seemed to him. He asserted and
challenged contradiction that there
was to commerce worthy of the name
on the Miwouri river. Ten etamboats
bad paned Council lilull'd in live yot.rs.
Agiin the river meandered all over
tbe country. He bad known it to
change itacourae eight miles in a night.
Mr. Willis humorously sngeited
that the river might make its way into
lowa next year, ana th? gentleman
would then regret his speech.
Mr. Warner Mo. defended. the
coinmistioa, declaring that its mem
bers were aciuntrd by motives of
honcfty, and that, their only puvpose
was to ntilixe the river and cut down
the exorbitant freight ra'.es of rail
roads. Mr. Blauchard Li quoted fiotn a
letter wrtten by Mr. Hepburn to the
Missouri River Convention, in which
he expressed bis sympathy with all
Looeni eiriTLa to improve the water--ways
of tbe connt'y. Now the gentle
man had said ' hat the Missouri river
was not one cf the waterways of the
country. And the worst of it is, sua
jested Mr. lUed of Maine, he has
proved it. A man, he continued, who
was not in favor of all honest improve-
merits of waterways was a foolish man.
Hut did that mean fiat Congress was
in favor of throwing money into every
Mr. I.irj6vencr O defended the
Committee on Rivers and Harbors,
and intimated that Mr. Hepburn's op
position to the .Missouri river appro
priation arise from the fart that two
lines of railway ran along the river.
Mr. Hepburn repelled the insinua
tion. He had no interest in any rail-
- way more li.aa sny other cit'zoo, but
he was not one oi tbosp, like the gen-
t'einan from Ohio, who weie always
ready to how l against corporations be
cause in certtiin circlcB votes could be
:ind by it.
Mr. bland and Mr. D-ckery Mo.
defended the Missouri river appropria
t on, and dt,-lt upon the neoeeaity of
eecuriDg cheap transportation for the
I'prding a vote on the amendment
tli eunniittes roue, and the House
The House Committee on Tin:
torieB to-dey ordered en adverse ri
port rn the V-enste bill to admit the
-outhern hulf of the Territory of Da
kota into t oe t'nhn of States. The e
port will tot be made until action ie
taken on other bills regarding the al
miesion of Dakota.
The proprmd redemption of the
trade dollar was azsin consid-red by
the House Committee oa C linage,
Weij(htsand Measure! to-Jny. A prop
osition tnbmitted as aa sineuduiei.t to
the bill, pioviding that tue ain niut re
deemed should cime out of the
monthly bu lion pnn-liaaed, was re
jected by a vote cf t! to 3, Repre
sentatives Blaad, Linham, llymm,
Ft lton, Norwood an 1 MiCoa-y vot
ing against the proportion, and Rep
resentatives Seymonr, James and Lit
tle in favor of iu Further cons drj
t oa of the trade dollar quealicn will
take place to-moirjw.
Senator Beck and Representative
Willis were before the Senate Com
mittee on Poetofficfs and Postroads
to-day to advocate, and Srnator Black.
bnrn to oppose, the confirmation of
Mrs. Thompson to be poitmistnss at
About filty gentlemen representing
tbe dairy interests of all sections of
tbs country were to-day before tbe
Senate Committee on Agriculture to
advocate tbe taxation of tbe manu
facture and sale of imitations of butter,
and their regulation by an internal
revenue bureau under a license sys
tem. Several repreeentative dairymen
and business men addressed the com
mittee. A further bearing on the
same subject will be given by tbe com
mutes to- morrow.
"Nitaso.ua" ia one of Cassell dCo.'s
25 cent series of novels. It is from
the pen of Mrs. K"bec(a Harding
Davis, tlio author of "Waiting for the
Verdict," and Is quite up to that
Wiare indebted to Prof. William
Saunders, F. R. S. C, for a copy of the
"Koport on Agriculttral Colleges and
Experimental Farm Stations, with
Suggestions Relating to Experimental
Agriculture in Canada."
Ruhainah. Is a story of Afghan life
by Kvaa Stanton, published by Cassell
& Co. of New York. Tbe heroine is
an Englitthwoman, the adopted daugh
ter of an Afghan chief, who marries
the hero, an English officer on service
in Afghanistan. It is an exceedingly
romantio itory, full of adventure, and
over it all the glamour of oriental life.
BAKRBATAViOR.OBond street, New
York, announce for publication on
Wednesday, May 111, 180, a work
treating from a new point of view tbe
firoblems raised by tbs most frequent
y advanced social theories of the day,
their relations to the reciprocal duties
of labor and capital, and the position
of the Christian Cburch with refer
ence to tbe social and Industrial move
ments that are taking plane about it.
It is entitled Sociolitm and Chrittianiti,
and ooneiats of a series of lectures de
livered by tbe Rev. Dr. Behreuda of
Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.
Ma W.(l. Wai.lkr, lathe Mtujttxine
of Ammcan JlinUini, describes bis
"Trio ta Canada witn Jt Hereon Davis"
in lH(i7. A featura of great interest in
this numhar, under the g meral title
of "Reprints," is a series of extracts
from the private correspondence of
Gibbon, tbe historian (then a niembi r
of Parliament), relatiug to American
adaliH, 1774-17SJ. Tho Notes and
other departments oveillow with
choice reading. This May issue is as
suredly one of the bast numbers of
this popular periodical over printed.
Tua contrlbut'on tbat will attract
first attention in the May Mugntiiie of
American llUlory is the scholarly paper
of tbe Rev. Isaac S Hartley, D.D., on
"Horatio Seymour." This is accom
panied by nu admirable steel poitrmt
of the distinguished tubject, and
with several fine engravings of
bis interesting country home, in
cluding his library, and tbe view
from the broad porcb, which embraces
the city of t'tica aming the' bills and
trees in the distance. In tbe second
article. "Histor!cl Colorado," which
is quaintly illustrated, Mrs. Hodgoe
presents a tt'rriug account of the pro
gress of that young (State within tbe
past twenty-eight years. Following
this Charles Dimity writes pleasantly
of an "Old House in New Orleans," o'f
national interest from having been the
scene of a dramatic incident with
Uen. Jackson as tbe principal charac
ter. Nothing in this varied and cap
tivating number, however, is more
entertaining than Paul L. FrrJ's
"History of a Newspaper." It will be
news to many that the old I'emmyl
vnnin Uazelte, staitod in 1728, is 81)11
(louriphing under another name, in
Tim Triumphant ZVniocracy of Mr.
Andrew Carnegie, from wtiich II s
AiTKAi. baa notde teugthv exlracln, ia
a very gushing eulojry of the I'nitcd
SUtee, but it is in s.nne of its pages
vuiy misleading. It Is, for instance,
very wide of the actual condition of
the laboring masses of this country, a
coudition that is just now monopoliz
ing tbe attention of tbe national legis
lature. The entit'ating statistics of
the giowth of the Union in population
and wealth and of tho nations
of Kuropo are correct and very
encouraging to national vanity,
but Mr. Carnegie, since he touched
upon the subject of lahor at all, should
liavo gone tho while length and
shown that in the great manufacturing
cities we are rctlectiog the miseiy and
degradation out of which the Euro
pean working classes have been
slowly emerging the past fifty
years. But thia he seems to
Lave put carefully away. It
would have marred the pages of his
eulogy aud made a sad break in it
even flw. But, nevertheless, TYt'.
umplxatd llrmnracy is a most readable
book and will be widely read on both
sides of the Atlantic, awakening a
fresh interest in tho republican lib
erty and individual freedom to which
the people of old England aro rapidly
marching. Charles Soribner's Sons,
743-745 ltio.vdway, New York, are the
"Tub Caiisk ck Irrlamd" was never
more eloquently, dispaeaionatoly, fair
ly and patriotically pleaded before the
civilised world then by the Rev. Dr.
Bernard O'Reilly, in a volume just
from tbe press of P. F. Collier, New
York. Whatever there ia in tbe his
tory of tbat "distressful country" that
would make the indictment complete
Is herein engrossed in plain t-rms,
nothing extenuated nor aught set down
in malice. Bcginuing with the early
settlement of Ireland bv a Pbivnidan
colony tho learned historian traces in
luick succession the march of events
down to thu invarion by strong law
with which all of Ireland's miseries
begnn. With thia begun Flnglish
domination in Ireland aud all her
woee. The repression of tbe "wild
Irish" was essential to the successful
usurpation of England. What that
usurpation was lr. O'Reilly makes
very plain by citations from English
authorities, ninny of whom wrote
fairer thni they knew, To Amer
ieauR an will as Iiihlimcn
t'jie Look will be welc; me an ftirniuh
irg a mass of undeniable testimony to
the justice of Ireland's cauno so hon
estly and earnestly ei-ponsed I y Mr.
Gladstone. It is sold by subscription
fir f.'t a copv at L'j cents ptr week,
Mr. Ftauk Nellijwn being the agent
for Its sale In this city. We indorse
this plea fjr Irtdand as a timely vol
ume aiid rich in all the information
rc;sisry to a fair and impartial un
dttratuadiog of the cause of Ireland.
Is tbe May number of the Puhr
& une JlottMy "M. de Canc'olle on the
Production of Scientific Men" is a re
view and summary of the conclusions
which hava hen raMict Kv iI.a i'.
Wt-ious Swies philosopher kf.er bis
careful study of tbe conditions of
clinitte, nationality, sociil influences,
heredity, education, religion and po
litical environment which favor or
impede the gentsis and growth of
men addicted to original studies in
science. His novel views respecting
the operation oi educational influences,
supplemented as they are by thu
parallel discoveries of Mr. Gallon,
which are recorded in another article
in tbe present number, deserve and
will receive attention particularly at
tbis time, when ro much thought is
given to the real improvement of edu
cational methods. Pertinent to tbe
educational discission- is also Mr.
Snlly's art cle on the ."Dave'opmeot
of the Moral Faculty." Ths Jepufor
Stirnce Monthly, which is ths invaluable
repository of science in America, has
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tbe family infliences of heredity and
tbe conditions favorable to ths ap
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B EAL ESTATE
In the Town of folllerTllle, Tents.
No. 512, R.T). John Loerue, Public Admin
istrator of Shelby roun y. and a suoh Ad
ministrator of Mrs. K. M. Klerkloy, de
ccrued, vs. Muggie A. Brennan et ul.
BV virtue of decree fors-ile entered here
in, April 27. lbt-B. I will olfer for sale,
at pnblie auction, at COLLlKRVILLfi,
Natarday, Hay 29, IHHn.
within legal hours, tbe following described
real estate, to-wit:
I. A certain lot containing three a"d one
half t:)'b) seres in the Tenth C vil District
of Hhelnr county, Tenn., in ths neighbor
hood of Dray's Station t Bounded on the
norti bv the (-tute-lins road; on the south
by the M. and O. Hiilroed; on the east by
tbe lands ol P. M. Ward, and on the west by
the lands of K. Read.
And the following lots in the town of Col
lierrille, Shelby county, Tenn. i
II. A varautirt ironting on the west side
ot the nubile park.south ol tho lot owned by
T. J; Morris, and being one hundred (10(0
fe-t by a depth of one hundred and twenty
HI. A vacant lot on the south sldeol Front
street, beginning about one hundred and
f.irty U0l leetweit of the intersection ol
Front etreet with the opening west of the
publio siuare, having a front ol one bun
dred and seventy-four ftot by a (lento of
about two hundred and twenty (22U) leet.
IV. A vacant lot on the east side of Main
streot, thirty by sixty (30x6U) lee', lying be
tween the property of Ueo. it. Blair and P.
V. A vacant lot on the "rest sldo of Main
street, beginning about one hundred and
fifty-eight (15H) feet north of the inte section
of Front and Main streets; thence nerth
twenty (20) leet, with a depth of one hun
dred and sixty (ltii) feet, running south at
right angles with the south line of laid lot
from a point one hundred and twenty (12U)
feet west of tbe beginning point, a distance
of filtv-eight (S8) loot, until it joins with lot
N" four (4), fronting en Front street.
VI. A certain lot commencing on the
northwest corner of J. W. end W. I). Koen's
lot, in the town of Cnllierville, deeded to
them by Leake and Irby; running thence
north 'birty (;)) feet to a stake; thence east
sixty (00) foet to a stake; thence south thir
ty CO i leottoa stake to the northwest cor
ner ol suid lot of kotn's; tbence wet sixty
(OOi foet to the beginning point.
Rook H ', pare M?.
VII. A lot nnown as the Orchard lot, de
scribed as: Beginning at the northeast oor
norof lot No 6, on a range of lota north of
public suare and opposite the M. and C.
H.R.j ther.ee north two huntiredand seven
feet six CPT inches to as'eko; Uencewost
too hundred and twenty iI0) feet in J. K.
Wadillng's east boundary; thence south
two hundre J end seven lent six (2tl7 inches
to a eUno, which is the northwest corner of
John Lynch's lot No. It; thence east two
hundred aud twenty (a.2tl) leot tu tho begin
ning, containing, by estimation, alittlo over
one are. Book 72, page 542.
VUl Lot Jin. one tl), lorty (10) f.e'by
one hundred (10U) feet, in a range ol lots
Nos. 1 to 11, on the nerth side ol the put lie
square or park, purchased from V. Leake
September 24, 1ft7, sud recorded in Regis
ter's oflieo of Shelby county, In nook No. 62,
pages 2iL 2(4.
IX. Lot No. 2, forty (40) by one hundred
(1110) feet, in a range of lots Nos. 1 to 11 on
the north Bids of the publio square or park,
purchased from V. Leako, December, Imi7,
and recorded in the register's ofl'tre of Shel
by county, in book No. page 47o.
X Lot No. 4 (end pert of lot 31, forty (4r)
by one hundred (too) feet, and part of lot 3,
eight (HI by one hundred (UI0) leet, west of
and adjoining lot No. 2, in a range of lota
No. 1 tjlt, on the north sideol the public
park or square. On this lot, 48 j loo feet, are
two brick storehouses, on which there is a
trust deed ef record. (Sule subject to the
rights of the mortgagee.)
XI. Lot No. 8, forty (40) by one hundred
(ltd) feet, wostof end a joining lot No. 4,
above doscribed, and tourtoon (14) feet six
(i.) inches of lot No. li. west of and adjoining
lot No. fi. IT his is the lot on which Mrs. h .
M. Bleckley res ded t the time ol her death,
being lifty-l'our (M'jl 'cot six inches by one
hundred (llKI) foet I One-story frame and
improvements. Book 83, page 22.
XII. Lot No. 0, forty (40) by one hundred
(lool feet, in a rnngo of lots on the north side
of the publio park or square, record book
No. fill, part 2, pages 4o'-K. A lot fronting
the west side of the public park, beginning
forty-eight (48) feet south of Front street,
lying between the lot of J. K. Waddv on the
north and T. J. Morrison the south, being
forty-eight by one hundred and twenty I48x
120) feet, having two (2) two-story brick im
provements and alxo one (1) smnfl tenement
of wood. l'ion this lot there is a trust doed
ot record, bale subjoct to the rights of tho
As per said decree I will first toll raid un
improved property, or so much thoreof as
may be necessary lor tho payment of the
debt and ch.vges, and Mute, county and
municipal tuxes against saidostatet and in
the event suid unimproved property doss
ni t realise sufficient, then I will offer said
improved property lur sale for the payment
of the remainder of said debts, costs,
charges aud tuxe. This decrco is made
without prejudice to tho claims of creditors
secured by mortgage or trust deed, and the
right of the estate in property embraced in
such mortgage or trust deeds shall be Inst
sold in case a sale thereof becomes neces
sary to pay the debts allowed.
At tbe time of the sale the guardian, M.
Gavin, may direct the order in which the
different lots or traeta may be sold, exoept
that the mortgaged pro) arty is to be last sold
as abovo statod.
Terms of Sale One-fourth O',') cash, onc
fnnrtb (') on PeceHilicr 27, 18, and onc
half (') on December 27, !; purchaser Ie
oKorute notes with approved personal secu
rity for the unpaid purchase money, and a
lien retained on tho property insecure the
deferred payments. This April 2. ISHii.
IIUtlH B. CULLKN. Clerk.
By O. L. Mclhinnld, Deputy Clerk.
John Loague, W. D. Wilkersnn, II. C.
Warriner and Albert Suggs, solicitors.
Sell oo I iil eilals
SMrWith increased facilities In our manu
factory, w are prepared to fill all orders for
above goods, AT LOWEST PRICES. De
signs and estimates furnished free, on ap
anufacturing J ewelers,
290 JIAIV STKRKT.
Electric 3tlt Fno
TO Introduce it slid obtain agents we will
for the next sixtv days givo away, free
of cha-ge, in each county in lh i'. S. a lim
ited mi:nlernt our I., rai"" JElerlro'SJHl
vnaiic Mit.i.ry Iti'ls. r'rice $o: ai
positive nnd uufuiliiir cure for Nervous Pe
nility, Vancoeelo, Ktnissions, lmpoieney,
etc. ioOO.UO Reward paid if ovory Belt we
nianutscture dees n. f generate a genuti e
electric current. A .res at once KLVC
1'RIC BK1.T AOt.NCV. P- 0- U- I'.
Breoklyn, N. Y.
E. WITZMAIOT? Co
Wbolenale Dealer and Pabltshers,
tieU Agentg following F!nt-CIss Instramenti'
Steinwav I51 1jolsi1og
PINO&im KBASICU ACH;GARLi:Hj . PEABR CO.
et-A NEW T-OCIAVX
Wrifst fnr CatalomiM. lVoa.SI3: and
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
S. 303 Main Street, Gartw Block.
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos, Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
MP'TPTTTQ TIT? A IVnTT I
S. ROESCHIK, Aeent, Memohia, Tenn.
Iialeni la 1883, MO,000 Barrels ..Im of Henphls Braaaels, 100,000 Ksgi
SiBle) Isi 1H. Uno.ooo Burrele.
Idler BR0.&00..2611MN st
uii nnimi Ap, f Latest Novelties in Footwear
Siccessora to POKIER, TATLU1. A CUH
AK . ,
HO. 200 FRONT STREET, i i MEMPHIS. TTRWB
Ootton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S1'-28 Front 3t., JSesnphla, Tenn.
MM, FONTAINE & DO,
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchanh,
Wo. 116 Sonth Ifalu 8t.. Hi. Loola.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
WOS. 278 AND ?!RO MKMPHIR.
SUGCsfS s FETxIT
y nubcndi hu 1 1 uii rm i mo
And Commission ierchants,
2CtJ and gQS Front Bt,. Memphis. Tnr.
L. D. MULLIN8, of laU J. R. Godwin A Co. JAS. TONQB, laU oi J. W. Caldwell k Ot
MULLINS & TONGE,
Cotton Factors fiCommission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
fulmer,Thornton &, Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
3To. 300 Front street, : Memphis, Tenn.
ANDREW STEWART, New (Mean. ANDREW D. Q WYNNE, Mwn
STEW, G1IIE! CO.,
KO. 336 AND S3S FIIOST STREET, KEStPKIS, TESN
STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY
TT0N FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NEW OHI.E4XS, I,OlnNIAA.
Oils rfb HXTeEtTrctl Stores
Ontce, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
PIANO FOR ai0.ns;
CS .Fi ebil) ST.,
sBd Rottltaar Worlns.8 t lODnlo.
IMgatad Iaeisonste,oar.Hslsa A Anulu as
F0R 6PEIJ'9 AHD BUMMBR.
AQKNT3 FOB THE FAMOUS
W. L. Donglas 13.00 Calf Shoes
la Button, Lace and Congress.
Illustrated Catalogue and Prloe-List
Mailed Free on application.
U. 11V. MACRAE.
ARO & Co
fS" R B ff 5F7I sF"Ji
arCAPITAL PRIZE, 7.CK)0.-ti
,,. TickrU oulj 5. Hbaies la
I rannaii i asn
Louisiana Stats Lottery Co.
W doltfrhy vrriify thai r vpcrttt tht
rruno ..! f-r a tl tJxt &vntA( and iHur
tnit Vturiitaf Im Loiirnu tttie Loueiy
Company mnd in person maa? und contrM
tft9 Lrcv Nf7 til, fefaai, awi that ths tarn
art con dnlt4 4tikkonty, fairmet ami n
otod faith twH'd oUar$it and m awkoria
th Company to mm thx erUrtf, with foe
Btmilei of wfir tienaturt attaoAmt, in md
Wt, ihi mulmifmtd, BanJct and Banktrt.
leiil pay all Pritu straw in Th Lotntianm
StaU LotUrim spate may 6e prnted erf. our
J. H.oaLESBT.Pt-ea. La. oTstl'l Bstssh.
A. B1LDW1I, Prmsi. O. Bat. Bk.
IaeorporaUd ia 18m for twenty-Ire year
by (he Legislators) for Educational and
Coaxitable parposes with a capital of 11,
(dO.OUO to whieh a reMrve fund of overlKO,
OUU has siDee been added.
By an oTerwhelminx popular yote 1U
franf hise was made a part of the present Stat
Constitution, adopted fieoember 2d, A.D.
Tk only Lottery nr toted oa and ind oreed
by (A. people of any UtaU. .
It nmtr scale, or postpones.
Its Grand Nlnarlo Kninerr Drawing
take le)cie) niwntbly, asd ah Km.
traonllnary llrawlnss rrsralnrly rw
ery rhrre nlonlha In.ieatt or henst
Annnull.T an lirrtult,r, bearlnasatiaj'
A SPI.EKDID OPPORTFSITT TO
WIJ A tOKIi'Kl:. FIFTH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS K. in THE ACADKMY
OF MUtelO, NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
Hay li,l88U-i92d Monthly Drawins.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 675,000.
lOO.OOOTIeketaat rive IsetltarsjEavk.
1'rsvelloDa, in rilitsa, In
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital prise...... ................ ft.OOfl
1 Capital prise 25,!H)l)
1 Capital prise 1U,IHH)
2 Prises of mJU ... 12, OW
5 Prises of 2"....... lu,'s)
' 10 Prises of 1000.- 10,IW)
20 Prises of 500 . ........ 10,0s)
100 Prises of 200 .. .. . 20.IMJ
800 Prises of 100 .......... 30,1X1)
500 Prises of 50................ ., 25,000
1000 Prises of 25 . 2S.0UU
9 Approximation prises of $750....... 6, TO
9 Approximation prises of 5a).. . 4,N3U
9 Approximation priaos of 2S0 2,U
167 Prises, amoun tin to.... (266,500
Application tor rules to clubs should
mod only to the office of tha Company in
For further Information write clearly,
livinr full addres. oi TAI. MOTKM, Ex-
firess Money Orders, or New York Exchange
n ordinary lei ter. Curronoy by Express Ut
oar expense), addressed
N. A. DAUPHIN,
w Orleans, I.
Or M. A. ItArPHIrV,
M'axhluirsou D. C,
or at 6 West Court SU, Ueinpltla, Ts?
Make P. 0. Money Orders payali!
and adilreMH Keirixterfd Letters to
alSW Olll.KANN NATIOMAJL, K1.V1
itw SirlentiM. I a. "
No. 6077, R. D. In the Chanoory Court of
Khelby County, Xenn. Stale of Tennes
see, for its own use, etc, vs. 1'. U. Chihoi
at al. '
It appearing from hill which is sworn to In
this cause that the dct'endiibts, Caleb Core
and Joseph B Wetuenll, are resident of
Pennsylvania; tiat Lieonora P W illimoon
is a lesiHeut ot Missouri ; th.it J' seph 11 Hill
is a resident of lew! that Wm Barbour is a
resi.len! of New York; tout Kuolid Dvrland
is a resident, of Louisiana; that H C Will
iams and Thonjas J Hiuks are residents of
Arkansas, and 'hot all nf the above, as well
as Christopher W McKisick, ai-e non-residents
of the Stato of Tnnnossee; that the
K luces ot rrsidence of W W Walker and
lary J Parker are unknown and cannot lie
ascertained after diligent iriiuiry; and that
the naujes and plaoes of residence of tbe
heirs of A W Vanlier, doccused, made par
ties on account of interest in lot 31 and 32,
Mock 4, Fcrt Pickering, and of the heirs of
Mary J Parker, made pa'ties on account of
tbe r interest in lot 1, Unthank subdivision,
east side of Hernando road; this being suit
to enforce tax liens.
It is therefore ordered. That they make
their appearunoe herein, at the Court-House
of Shelbr county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or
before the first Monday in May, 1ES6, and
Elead, arswer or demur to complainant's
ill, or the same will betaken lor confessed
as to them and set for hearing ex parte; and
that a copy of this order be publ thed once a
week for four successive weeks in the Mem
phis Appeal. This 1st day of April, Kfi.
A copy Attest:
S. I. MnliOWELT,, Clerk and Msster.
Hy J. M. Bradlov, Donuty C. and l.
F. II. and C. W. Heiskell. Solicitors for
rAtMniiitKlv rnvl in .'XMoDUdsr
bv lr Pirrr, P.l.slnirntic
UcTruu W.mn',ilnN!V KLVrr.HMl
Truss in world Entirely different from
davwithCBSefteomthrt PtirrHirnelanir,uilr J.
'Simmn.of N. Y. Slid hmnlrrrli (rfnera. Punn. free
MACnETIO ElAS. TRUSS CO. 312 N. 6th sL St. Louis.
No- 0013, R. D. In the Chsncery Court of
Shelby oounty, Tenn. The Stuto of Ten
nessee and County of Shelby vs. L. E.
Barksdule et al.
It appearing from the bill which is sworn
to in this cause hat the defendants Susan S.
Rayner is a resident ol Texas; Andrew Mew
art is a resident of Louisiana; T. P. Cham
bers, trustee, a resident of Arkansas: and
that thoy are all non-residents of the State
of Tennessee; the residence ot tlio heirs of
M. J. Archard, deceased, of Joe Lowery, of
the heirs of K. Itayner, riootased, of William
Griffin, of John T. Oriffin, of John T. Greg
ory and wife Mrcilla, of ljcrnardme NetT,
A. P. ForJ, J P. Campbell, of the widow
and heirs oi E. Iby, deooased; C. N. Milter,
truster, Mutsen J nes, A. J. Looney : of the
heirs of J. M. D. Millor, deceased; John T.
Lee, Pierre Von Alstine; ot the hers of Mil
ton A. Kerr, deceased: of II. R. Wing, de
ceased; Martha J. McClelland, D. W. Pon
cy, A. A. Bogsrd and his wife, Mrs. Bo
gard, John b. R. Cowan ; of the heirs cf M.
D. L. Hunkin, deceased, Mnry T. Rankin,
Jrseph C, Rankin. Matthew 11- Rankin, are
unknown and cannot be ascertained after,
diligent inquiry; this bill is filed to collect
taxes due tbe Mate and county on lots owned
by above nauied parlies and various ether
Ir is therefore ordered. That they make
thoir Aprenrance h.roin, at the Court-House
of Shelby county, in Moniphis. Tenn., on or
before tha first Monday in May, lSi, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant bill
or the same will be taken for oontessed as to
them and sat for heaiing ex rarte; and that.
a cony of this order be published once a week,
for four successive weeks, in the Appeal.
This 31st day of March, 18X6.
A Copy Attest: thu
8. 1. McDOWEI L. Clerk and Master.
By li. F. Walsh, Deputy C. a M ,
Lee Thornton, solicitor lor complainant.
Do yon want a pore, bloom
Ing Complexion! If so, a
few applications of Jfn-rau's
MAGNOLIA 11AXH will grat
ify yon to your heart's con
tent. It docs away with Sal
lowness, Redness, Hrnples,
Ulott bos, and all diseases ana
imperfections of the skin. It
overcomes the flashed appear
ance of heat, fatigue ana ex
citement. It makes a lady of
TIU11TY appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are iw effects,
that it is impossible to detect