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THE I TEUSr ATE (OIXEIU'E DE
BATE I.N 1 HE SENATE.
Tbe lUj looted to District r Co.
luuibla Business In the louse
Wahhisct'sx, May iiH.Simle.
The Cua.r b foro Ihf h'P o A
joint rjso!ntva l tiifl irrnrIAi
Mruilil of O.'iii m nioria' Cm
ftress l.r tho j'cr iii!;ni cf rx-tt-i'difn
who rn roi;liuuJ ia C-Dft(l-'o'e
pr ( in?. K (tTin l.
A si utt'uiorial of tin CliAtnlor f
Cjn.niprce of Uirictnra'i, Ohio, pray
ing Coturrm to t ivtits a fic'tut f ir tl
sii t lenient of custon s disputes, lit
AUo petition of the Tippeciii'e
Club of Indian, praying that a
memorial be crt-oVd by Congrws
over the remaiui of 0n. William
Henry Harrison ia Indiana. He
len t .
Mr. Frye introduced a bill "to
limit the commercial privilege of
veeaela of foraffta ronntrie in tbe
porta of tbo United States to such
purpose as are accorded to American
vessels in the po;ti of such foreign
Mr. Diwes offoiod tbs following
resolution", both ol which ware
agreed to without debate:
Rtlolptd, That tbs President be re
quested to communicate to the Senate,
if In his opinion not Incompatible
with tbs pnblic interest, any Informs-
uon in toe possession ot trie uovetn
ment concerning the alleged selinrsof
the Uniud States fishing Teasel Divld
J. Arlama while fngaed in lawful com
merce in one ot tbs porta of the Do
minion of Canada and what meaaurei,
if any, have ben taken to protect fish
ing veeeels ot the United Mates while
engaged in lawful commerce in 111
ports of the Dominion of Canada,
Remind, That the Committee on
Foreig i Kelationa he instructed to in
quire whether ths United States fish
ing vestel David J. Adams has been
seised while engaged in lawful com
merce in a port of tbe Dominion of
Canada and what measures, if any, are
necetswy to protect the persons and
propsrtvof American cltixica while
engagtd in lawful commerce Id the
porta of the Dominion of Canada and
to report bv bill or otherwise.
Her ator Hoar submitted a resolution
din cling the Committee on Commerce,
'heu reporting the river and harbor
bill, to report the facta on which each
item of the bill is basod ; the reasons
why taoh of the llema of the proposed
appiopriation Is Htlvirublo and of na
tional importance, and also to furniKh
a sin ement of the condition of the
woik already begun. Koferred.
A resolution offered by Senator
Logan was agreed to, directing tho
Committee on Pensions to repott back
to the Kenste the Senate bill No. 35.
providing for the repeal of the limita
tion nil mr.-nrs of pensions. Toil is
tbe Iogells bill.
Toe luteis ale commerce bill was
placed before the Henate.
fceuator Ingalls'a proposed amend-
ment was agreed to, giving to the
commission the right to report to tho
United Slates Circuit Court and gnt
lis speedy judgment on complaints
whenever the companies decline to
obey the order ot the commission.
Bsnator Walthall tntered into an
elaborate a-gument to show the power
of Congress in the prumUos. Al
though, he said, the bill In some of
it features did not mnot his approval,
yet he wonld vote for it ss a first step
in legitlaiion on the impor nut sub
ject. AijBmendm8ut oflerad by Senator
Conger was agreed to, modifying the
first section of the bill, which relates
to the clafs of companies to which the
bill is made applicable. In ths case
of common earners, whose routes are
partly by railroad and partly by water,
ben both are need for a continuous
aesageor equipment from one State
o another, Sonalor Conger's amend
ments limits the bill to snch of those
companies ss are "under a common
contra', management or arrange
ment." In the debate to which the amend
ment gave rise, Senator Aillroa said
the effect of Senator Conger's amend
ment wou d be to place tbe people
who lived on I he lake border in a more
favorable condition than those who
lived eliewhere In the West. Senator
Conger raid the American people had
spent millions of dollars in impioving
rivers and harbors and in attempts to
mtis'aln wb or competition against
the railroads. If his amendment were
not adopted all those millicns might
as well have been thrown into these.
Considerable debate arose between
Senatois Heck, Aldrich, Wilson is,
Biown, Sawell, Stanford, Van Wye,
McMillan and Gorman as to the etleot
ot the Liu iu its present aniondud con
dition, and as it might be furtlur
niodiiid by various proposed amend
ments, snnm of whicti have not yet
sen loru mlly offoted,
Sjnator SUnford, in the course of his
renvirks, iiihdo iu roply to Hntitor
Beck nnd t J some questions of Senator
Van Wyok, said the hardest competi
tion winch the Pucitlc railroads luld to
men: w. e tlin Cipe Horn route. Speak
iug of the bill as a whole, Senator
Biuuford paid, with emphaHip, that if
p. sn u it meant complete coiumcrcial
In reply t a question by Senator Van
Wyckssto whether the IViliu ron Is
. bad not at a tiinsetated controlled the
Pacitl t Miiil steamship Line by pay
ing it a million dollais a year in order
to eon competiton, SenaorVStauford
aaldihe ra'lroai'a ha a chartered so many
tons iu toiss ships and paid them
some amount for them not so much
.as bad been stated and filled them
with such freight as they did not
want to tairyou the reads, but that
was done not It stop competition in a
v proper sense, but to preclude ruinoas
competition; bo would not Pay that
mere wr 8 any blackmail it. rofjrag
the railroads were roncerned, it was
busi. Senator bewII said it the bill
becanift a law with the Camden
amendment in It it would destroy the
railrcad ystem that ws bed been
fifty years in building. Without
further aition on the bill, the Senate
Under the call of States a number
of Mi's were introdnced and referred.
Tbe House then proceeded to the
cors dorstii.n of business rep)rted
from the Committee on the District of
An attempt was made to pass the
bill to prohibit book making and pool
eliiog in the District of Columbia,
Mr. Hemphill South Carolina, re
ma i king that the time was suapioioua
for the pae-eage of the bill, ss many of
thi s members opposed to the.'inoas
nre weie a"S""t but Mr. Conlpton.
Marylanii, vlgorous'y oppoevd ac
tion oa bill in the absence of the
'pooJ fellow" who bat goneito the
races, nnd it was ptp tied until the
next D evict day 10 June.''
Ttie bill ti puDishlliH adrertieins
of lnitsry tickets in the Viis rict cf Co
lunria nai the next cAiJ np. and
al'ertome time spent ia an effort to
secme a q mm. it was pawed.
Mr. CoN CipieenliHi the reput
of the Ccnuniites on Civil Service Re
form nprni the invesiipatirn of the
approirat on to the Jeflxrsonville,
lud., levnef, and it as ordered to bo
pi n ed in ttm Rwl
Mr. Mine Mo as granted leave
to li'e a nrnmi y lej-ort.
Unnlfr on aAiiinlnjr Mtlil of t:ili
brrl Hlry liy i Imrlle Muxwell.
l .M-l KVII I h. TtSN
Sa'.nrdny evi'iiinv iili
negro nuini'.l I'.Ih
rtalil.etl to il.'itth i.t '
, May 10.-(in
it 6 o'i luck a
irl ililey wiim
nj leville by an
other negn i allied ( linilio Miixwell,
nnd the murderer CH'tipcd, or waH al
h,ed to -miik', iu no ellbrts were
mule to arrest him. . The deceased
lived near Capleville, on tho place o'
C V . Almilixxik, liii l his h.mh:ii1hii
lived not fur away, across the Missis
sippi line, and he lied in that direc
tion. .Neither Kilcy nor Maxwell en
joyed gocnl luiracters for peaco am:
quietude among the people, but Kl
ley, the deceased, never used any
weapon, always tigliting with tug lists,
whereas Maxwell it noted for using a
kniie in his tights.
The last ditliculty grew out of a for
mer trouble, in which Kiley had
quarrel with eome other person, when
Maxwell, without cause, interfered
and stablcd Kiley severely, from
which Riley' finally recovered, an
both made mutual threats against the
On Saturday evening they met at
Cnplovi le, when it appears Maxwell
went into the store of W. C. ISo'man
to get a drink of water, preparatory
ttgoirg home, and as became out
Kiley said to him. "I .want to see you."
They stepped oxide and seemed to be
quarreling, when it is said Kile
struck at Maxwell with bis fisi
whereupon Maxwell drew out bis
knifo and mado tor Kiley, who ran
into Norman's grocery, but fell over
Maxwell romm nred Btabb'ng Kiley
severely, aimiroiiier in lour places,
one of wh eh severed the jugular
v. in uney 'B wile run tip and struck
at Maxwell with a small tin bucket
during tho difllctilty, when Maxw
mado a strike at her with his knife,
out rniHsnu lier. miey expired in t
few momenta. Maxwell was in Nor
man's Htoro and tho parties in tho
hoiiHO said he jerked awav from them,
mil on betag (iiiestloniMi It was evi
dotit they w ere in sympathy with
Kiley was a noted wrestler anil
boxer and prided himself oa his
strength. Mux will Is a smaller ninn
tli a n tho decenscd, but always ready
to use his knifx and lind not only
threatened the life of Kiley. but two
omer negroes in tne vicinity.
Justice (iraliiiin, colored, imnnn
tieled a jury, which returned a verdict
in accordance with ttie fuels.
rioHlHK nlijpMt by llrovr Rnlna
looanaspoitoiNCa or thk aphal.1
Abwiikhk, Tknn, Mny 8. We have
Just had a very hard rain here, and the
farmers will not be able to plow any
for several days.
The County Institnts met bore last
night. (J ni tea number of teachers are
The calisthenlc drill list night was
very admirable in every reaped. MIbb
fcinina Moore, who r,al rhargo of the
clans, showed marked ability in the
depaitnipnt of ei hoal work.
M. Porter & Son had thuir bands in
their tobacco factory strike yester
day eveni'. g. Tho result is not know n
yet. but it is thoug'it the proprietors
will not accodo to the wishes of tbe
hands for an Increass of wages.
The wheat crop looks remarkably
Strawberries are being shipped by
our enterprising citis;ns who are en
gaged in this business.
Our lawyers have all been attending
con it at Dyf roburg this week.
lbs Lulfaln gnats aio worse here
than ever bt fore. i. w. r.
Mart for IhaTrala or Boat
In food ieaaon, and don't fomet to take with
yon Ho Uttar'i Stomach Dittr, which will
rlrnd laniflt yon whan htianad will
nullity th hurtl'ul affaoU of wUr oonlaml
Dalfii) with itnc Ironi th In oonlar, or lUf
nantand braokl-hs r Kara Indention pro
ducJ br nietl) of unoartain whulaiomeoaai,
haatily boltad at odd timet in railway ata
tiona, and protect you from tha lnltunra of
vitlatad or mniarloua air and thnrouih
drauahta. To tho travalint public, thla ad
uiirabla aalrauard and upaclno la taudsred in
a convenient and aareanbla ihapa. An ord
inary ihlp'l inedlKina-clieatciintnina no inch
comprehnaira and reliable remedy, a Inot
welt uuderatood by marinora. The ctiitiiuar
clal traynler, t uriat, cmiarant. miner and
wentcrn pioneer, all appreciate llio vslue ot
the Hitters. It ourea dytpip'tA enntivoneag,
liver ooaiplamt, malarial diaoidora, inac
tivity vt the kidnoye, and ia a tine nerve
The frellrr Mnriler t'nae.
St. Uh is, Mo., May 10 The noted
eiwoof Hugh M. I'.rooks, alius 11.11.
U'lumx Maxwell, chi'.'ged with the
miiMler ot (I. Arthur Pivllcr at the
Southern Hotel in this cit v n the Mli
of April, lss."i, was culled in the
Criniual Court this morning. Tho
well known detail of the case had
attracted a large crowd to the building
in which the court -room is located,
where the case in being trid, but a
dtt 11 of police prevented all but a
few privileged persons from gaining
udtnission. The crush, therefore,
which wan anticipated was avoided
and tho e anxious to tttt'li a glimpse
of tho prisoner vcero disappointed.
Tho latter whs brought Into the court
room nt 11 :30 o'clock. Physical v the
p.isoner shows tew signs of his' long
iinpriionmont. 1 1 is mental condition,
he says, has not been impaired, ami
judging from his cheerful bearing no
one would i engine that ho was about
to be tried on tho charge of having
committed a m si heinous crime.
SeoICa Emolaton or Pnre
Cod Liver Oil, with Hvpopl .oiphitts,
in Lung Troubl- s iiud Cholera In
fantum. Dr. W. li. Kmiotn, Ha't
f .ml, Ind., eaya: "I find Scott's Kraul
s:on cn excellent remedy in lung
troubles, and cipecially in Strumous
children, and a most valuable remedy
in chronic stages of Cholera Infan
tum." Terrible Tragedy .
Ostvwio, N Y May 10 This morn
ing Norman Iun8l,eiry,agedeeven'y
eight years, a farmer neor here, in a
tit of jealousy sbot his yo .ng wife,
aged sixteen yea-s, and her relative,
Horace Pavsou, aged thiitv-tive years.
He then shot himself teloro ollicers
srr ved to arrest hitn. They are all
CuaNostf cliira'e and watnr often
aflect the action of the how k One
or two Uraxdnth's PiMs takm every
night are a ptrfect remedy in such
cases; they also prevnt malria and
are n proUcthm against typhus fever,
or dis.asea arising from bad eewerago.
. m .
Tbi Herbal Chill Cure, the beet
tonio and antl-periodio known. A certain
and aara ear tor rhilla. Pric II per hot
tie. Band atiuupa fur eireulare. Any ref
erence tiaen. AdJ.-an John v. ilaoker,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1PSG.
WAR FEEL! JG M GREECE.
ANOTHER BEAT Pl'BUC MEET
ISU IX ATHENS
ItesltrnaUoii of the ireek Ministry
Harrying- Troop to the Front
Atiikxs, May 10. A demonstration
.inectii gwas he d yeMerday int'oiiHtitu
lion S(tiare. Wurlike ppeec' cs were
lomle. A resolution was curried amid
wild excitement favoring a war with
Turkey. A resolution advlsingun im
mediate increase in the army :is iiIko
adopted. After the meeting the crowd
inarched to the house of l'ri me Min
ister Delyannis, and in response to
rcwated culls, the Premier made a
brief address, in which he said thut
the government would never sign an
agreement involving th disbanding
of tho forces This declaration was
cheered to the echo. The multitude
then proceeded to the residence of
Kx-Priuie Minister Tricoupis and do-
manueu a speech, but M. incoupts
refused to appear. Th s action on the
part of the hx-Premier caus d an ut
roar, and shouts of "Traitor!" arose
from the crowd. The people finally
uispersva in an orderly manner.
BURIYINfl TROOlfl TO THS FRONT.
Turkey and Greece are hurryi
troops to the front. Several Euro
pean papers are of the opinion that
KussU will a.cretly support O recce
OBISCS AND TUI rOWEBS.
Befort present nir his resignation
yesterday, M. Delyannis sent cir
cular note to the Foreign Ambassador
to tne euect that Uroece had never
contemplated hostil ty to the powers;
that tbe government thought the
statement that Greece did not intend
to disturb the peace, was sufficient an-
Ivor I I tha (Innianta "I Iia nnwAM
" ... .... ..iv.ii i . . i vj jruncin,
and that the blockade had placed
Greece at a hopeless disadvantage.
ino ureea: tiove nment, tie sum, con
sidered the action of the powers in
moc ailing urcoK ports entifdy un
PIIISIHTKI) IN RISIOXINO.
The Greea Ministers pcrsia'ed in re
signing, despite King George's refusal
on Sunday to accept their resignations.
The ofliciul journal approves the min-
n-ii action, anu says it believes it
is for the best intttrests of Greece.
The King met the Cabinet ut noon
to day and accepted their resigna
tions. The King immediately sent to M.
Kikakis and commis-ioncd him to
form a new ministry.
The Paet Week at London and thit
LoNDoji, May 10. Tho demand for
discount during the-past week was
moderate nt 24 for tho three months
and 1 for short, liusiness on the
Htock Kxchango was firm and quiet,
closing with lluttening tendency upon
tho receipt of unfavorable news tr im
tho Fast American railroad s curi
ties w- re depressed at the opening of
the week tint became act vo nnd
stronger, Influenced by the p-ompt
suppression of the labor riots in tin
West, improved tr file re urns and ad
vancing New York prices, nnd at the
( lose yesterday there was a full de
m.-nd and prices were the highest of
the week, but Inmillici' nt to cover tho
I'lat al Berlin.
JlKRUN. May lO.-Bii.inesii on the
Jiourse has been flat during the past
week, and there was a cenerul thoiiuh
aiigiii oecuuu in prices.
Active at Paris.
rAMf, May 10. Thero was an active
and gene al rise on the Bourse during
v.iv I'ftnv we. Aim nuoscrip ion 10
the new loan will be opened to-dAv
and it is expected the amount will be
covered twenty times. The loan wis
bought Saturday at 24 above the issue
price, and that rato was firmly ma n
tained. During the week 3 per cent.
riv tea advnnceil I franx Sflnnniln..
cred tfonci-r ntlvanced 10 francs anj
Hue canal shoris 20 francs ; Panama
canal shares fell ft francs. Financial
papers estimate ihs budget deficit ut
FANNY LEAK'S DEA1II.
A Woman With a Remarkable Ilia.
London, May 7. Konnv Leu. and.
ebratrd deoii mondaine. lias died at
Nice. She wa an Amer can bv hlrt.li.
and was exollcd from Prance some
time ago for publishing an offuns ve
work e' titled Human d une Anurb-ainr
A WOMAN WITH A ntSTORY.
Fanny Lear was tho dam-liter of l)r
Kly, a Protestant clergvmnn ot Con
necticut, a man of some distinction in
science and letters. If tho lad gone
wrong e .rly in life, it w;w because sho
had been left too much to a hot tem
pered, bigoted nnd nur-ow -minded
mother, who hud been taught the doc
trines of passive obedience with n
thick stick. Her daughter, however.
had been well schooled, and hail
learned I'rench, Latin and music.
Her romance in life was in connec
tion w th the Grand Duke Nicholas
t'onstnntitiowiteh, nephew ' the em
peror of all the Hussion, whom she
met at 8:. Petersburg Her aporar-
aive men must have leen wrv
fascinating, from the following de
A LOVII.T APPARITIOK.
Ono night in the winter of 1871
hen- was A masked Imll at the Onera
House of St. Petersburg. Atnomrtho
ompany present was an American
girl of extraordinary Peauty. She had
la k tintr in great pro usion. and an
imperial sort of for. head, broad, rpen
and white as ivory. Her dark eves
Hashed ut der her long lashes, like
diamonds, and Were all aglow with
wit and kindness. The nose was firm,
yet of 'hat delicate aquiline which
denotes resolution and courage. The
mouth was wot derf nil v soft, the no-
ier lip small and formed like a bow.
ler teeth wj eas livimr nenrls and
her complexion dazr.lingly fair Lit
tle feet, email hands and taper fingers,
a figure snch as a fnirv miirhtcnvv
such is tho descr pt on of the Ameri-
an beauty w ho on that nmht sto o
the heart of the Grand D jkc Nicholas
RXI't'MlOX FROM RWU AND FRANCE
A sad story of bis arrest on a eharue
of steding jewelry, and subsequent!
banishment to the i acosus. alsocanseil
tho expulsion of Ksnny Ixar from
Ktissin. ror some 'time after Fanny
Uar resided in France, where she
again got into trouble in the follow ing
manner: aooui eleven years ago a
book was published in Paris which
tt'-sod a divided sensation. It was
ailed 1 A'eimm d'tinf favriminr
i Jium; and was written bv Mies
llattie Itlackfonl. better known as
'Fanny 1-oar." In it the authoress,
aided by some back writer on the
boulevards, related l er amorous ad-
entur s with a i erson whom she de
lighted to call the "(i. D.,' n l wh in
the Atmana' h iff (JMa called theGraiid
DuWe Nicholas Constantinovitch,
nephew of the then reigning Czar,
ami for this the authoress was ex
pelled from Paris, and her low Vic
toria with Kussian horses were seen
no more on the Pois.
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.IN:CAR-L0ADjL0T3.:0.:B.. CARS AT THEIR MILLS, FOR
:S" $12.50 PER M.-W
erDlmentioni and Building ILumber, Or press Shingles, Dressed Flooring, CeMlngiaa
Siding, kept constantly on hand.. Orders by mail resueotfully solicited. Address:
fair Will par Good Prices
TRASmriCOTTOX ;f all :decrlptlong.4.Send for Circular
and Prices Paid.
TNT- "VU". 3E JS, Jr.
75 Vance Stret Metnphiw. Tenn. .
M. 0. PEARCE.
Cotton Factors & Commission nierch'te,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN AT3D COTTON PLANTERS.
R. G. CRAIG &C0., MEMPHIS.
WOODnUFF & 01IVEB. AS
HA VINO withdrawn from the Woodraff-OllTer Carriage and Hardware Company, we
have aooepted the Agency of some ot the stoat eiiinlmlnrr In ta lnlt.u
Mtntoii. and are now receiving a lull assortment ol 0ARR1AGKS, RlJfsOIKHL WAHONB,
HARNESS and 8ADULKKY also, large stock ot the improved IKN.NIiHSKB WAUUNH.
All goods are new, and built expressly tor thia market, and will be sold at Tery low pricet.
Olllre and HalenriMai, ho. 20U Ajtlai utreut. V ruuue, Ho. JitMJ Kront street.
A. wonniirFF. 3. tt. niltrR. r. i,. wooniirri,
JOHN RKID. K. B. LKll.
376-378-380-382-384-386 hecond Btrcet, BOHth Ot Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles,
Manldlat, Lastia. Ortr wttrt lci
J. T. FARUASON. J. A. HUNT. 0. 0.
J, T. FARGASOfJ & GO.
SSI Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton, consignee as aa will hare oar careful atUnUeav. W awry at all times a, wU-
aelecUit Slock og
Staple &. Fancy Groceries, Wlnss, Llqusrsjobacco 5t Cigan,
NAPOLEON HILL, President.
II. J. m.i.i,
ifflis City Fire & W
1MKS A GIHUU riBK AMD XARIHB BFSIXCSS.
A QUARTER OF A KtVJON'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. I. COLK. JAMK3 RKILL'f
OCIce lf Hadiaon Street, HeacUli, Tenn
. . 3. f ' "
U. XV. MACUAXU
Delta Timber Co.
for MOTES, GIN FALLS and
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
R. A. PARKER. K. h. W00UU0A
& Cotton Factory
VT.M. W1LKEUSU, Vice-Presides
Tnnw T n . or.
W. V. BaiUKUlc
So 4r:t,B. I).-rh,.i.-ry C.-urt fit Shelby
CuLi.ty U. r". Hnio'i ii,'iri,i-rr ir. etc.,
vs. .l C 1 rami 1 1 l. ; ti. I. in.
Miirrnw vs. I'. 1". i riu::c ei .
BV vir-.uo ot cmicurn'iii ii:!t-rlocutorj de
crts Ha' , eu-n-,l in liih ubove
c:iua a nil the 2 h :l-v : A . ' i I , M. It. .V2,
pSKofitt and 4-i. I will fell, ut public sue
tiun, to the hiiiticst bi'l Inr, iii trunt ot the
Clerk and .Vater'e i::tic, Court.llouse ot
bhelby county. Meioptn, Tenn., on
Knlnrdaj, Dlny 1ft, IHX6,
within legil boura, tl-e fulloa ing described
prniert;, situated iu sheluy county, leonee
A certain parvi ol I nil known as lots 4
and 5, and pnrt of lot 3 of country lot 41H,
Beginning ai the corner of Jerre Crowley's
lot, iuiuie,iist'-iy cast of the Memphis and
Charleston railroad bridge un Marshall ave
nue: tt once in a aoutbeastwardly direction
along tbe south lin. nt Marshall avenue,
about 61U feet, to the Jrnnes siidell lot
thence south with Sidell's wi st line to old
Union street; theun. weitwardly to the
Memphis and Charleston re Iroadi thenea
northwestwardly along tbe line ol said rail
road to Jorry Crowley's southeast corner;
thence with Crowley's eiat line to the begin
ning, th s tract ol land has been subdi
vided in lots, plata of wh'ch can be seen at
tbe Chancery Court, and the above property
will be sold according to .aid subdivision.
A certain lot known as part of lot 47s, and
described as the east i24 leet of lot SAt of I'.
L. 478 fronting 124 by 148 feet on the north
aide of Jeucraoa street.
A certain other lot, being part of C. L. 498,
fronting 40 feei on the south aide of Jeffer
son street, with a dcn'h of 148 feet, bounded
pa the west by R.yon U.joeo ana on the east
by hetnack's lot.
Terms of faa fn a credit of sli and
twelve monthst 'ntereat-bearing notes with
security required ; lien reta nnd to secure
same, and equity ot redemption. Thia
April 30, W.
6- I. M DOW ET.t, Clark and Master.
Py H. P. Walsh. Deputy C. and M.
Malone & Watson, Taylor k Carroll, F.
II. AC. W. Ueiekell. riols
PURSUANT to a decree rendered bv the
Chancer' Court kt Nashville, st its Oc
tober terra. 18H5, and entered of record at
pageM, O'inute lim k No. 22, in the caaeot
Samuel Perkins vs John S.Ola) brook and
others, notice is btrebr given thi i will ex-
rse t , puhlio sale, at V e courtbousedo rat
lemptia, Tennessee, upon tbe terms here
Inaltcr aet out, at 12 o'clock m. , on the
S2d (lay of Nay, JtN8.
the following described prni er'y, all aituat
In the Taxing U.s. net of tsh'lby county,
Lot Mo. 'Vi, west side of Auction Pouare,
Lot No. Hf), rou'h si e of Auction Square,
Lot No 4Vi Second street.
Lot No &io. corner of Overton and Third,
14S leot rquaro,
South hall lot 292 Second street.
Lot 144 and nart. li t 14.!. west side cf Main
street, between Market and Winchester sis.
teruns i'f Sa'e Onn-i"ur'h o eh. and he
bilanoe on ovedils of 6, 12, 18 ind 21 months:
interest rearing notes reuuired for dolerrea
payments, anu lien retained. Hate free lrom
redemption. bAMl'KL FKKKINS,
frnflsptiled In the BROAD CLAIhT of belngfht
fERY BEST OPERATlKff,
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
EVER PLACED ON SALE.
FOR BALE BY
H. WETTER & CO., Agents,
M ctnphlft, TfDn,
Among the Northern Lakes
of Wifonnain, MinneenU nfi Iowa, are ban
dreds of delitrhttul p!aoen where one on ppi
toe 8u minor aiootba in quiet ret andenjuy
ment. and return borne at the end of tha
heated trm eoiniUt:y rejuvenated. Each
recurring eimoo brinffd to Ooonouiowoo.
Waukesha, Heaver Dam, Frootenao, Oko
boiU Mtnnetniika, White Hear, and innu
mernhle other otiarminff looilitiei with ro
mantic nainri, tUouennd-i of our het peonla
whofe winrer htiiiei are on either side of Ma
lon and Dixnn's Una. Klcfrance and com
fort, at a modon.ee cot, cun be readily ob
tained. A lift ri Fuuiinor hmue", with all
neopBsnry intoruia ton iertaininfc thereto, iff
being distrihiitO'i hy tho ChioaoiI, Vilwau
km an ST. Pai l Railway, hhu will bsnt
tree uron aiiitliraM n hv letir in A. V. II.
Carpenter. Oeneral Pa hoi ger Aiient, Mil
n pi pis
Do you want a pore, bloom
ing Complexion t If so, a
few applications of Hasan's
MAGN OLIA BALM will grat
ify yon to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Kedness, Ilmplea,
Blotches, and all diseases ana
Imperfections of the skin. It
OTercomes tho fl ushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THIttTY appear but TWEN
TY; and so natural, gradual,
and fwrfcrt. nro its eftYwfa.
that it is impossible to detect