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THE INTERSTATE C01MEBCE
BILL IS THE SES11E,
retitloi From tie OhI Ltg-blatnre
Ef rdlc the Payne Cue
la the Hanae.
Washington, Mar 11. Smote Ssn
tor Hoar presented a memorial of the
Republican Central Committee of the
State of Ohio, charring that the elec
tion of the Hod. Henry B. Payne to
the 1'oited Statea Senate wai aecured
by bribtry, faud and corruption, and
requesting that the Senate investigate
the matter. Referred to the Commit
tee cn Privileges and E'ec'.iona.
A number cf petition were pre
sented and ref'rrnd, praying Congress
I) enact ligialatioa againit oleomar
garine. After roatine morning baeiness the
interstate commerce bill was taken up
ard its conaldeiation resumed.
Senator Sewell's amendment, requir
ing ten days' notice of redmtiou of
rate, was withdrawn.
An amondment offered by Senator
Wilson I., which would paniab
mei who knowingly ask for or receive
a r.ducUonof rates was after a short
Senator Morgan formally offered his
amendment, heretofore published, to
punifh by Use and imprisonment men
who conspire to stop or interfere with
the running ef trains engaged in inter
Senator Vest, Senator Teller and
Senator Maxry contended that this
was a matter for the States to deal
Senator Cullora feared the amend
ment would embarrass and perhaps
imperil the parage of the b'-ll, and so
be opposed Senator Morgau'a amend
ment. On motion of Senator Hoar the
amendment wu laid on the table
yeif, 4't; nays, 3. (The negative vo'es
were those of Seuntora JAilph, Kd
Senator Itrown odered an amend
ment providing for thepunishmnnt (I
perrona injuring the property of rail
road companies, tracks, bridges,'' cars,
etc. The amendment would make it
a felony ti maliciously injure such
property, and if daatb reaultad from
the. injury then the olTeuee, should
The amendment was lud on the
Considerable debate then arose on
an amendment of Senator Plumb, of
fered for him in his absence by Sena
tor lnf nils. It is the amendment, of
-which Senator Plumb some time time
gave notice, prohibiting member of
Congress, clticials of the government
and their lauiilits from accepting free
papers, and prohibiting rsiiroad com
panies from giving them such paws,
or reduced rates.
To this Senator Teller offered an
amendment prohibiting any of the
Hubeidind loads from giving free
Aftor debate, in which the amend
ment wai advocated by Senator Kd
munds and oppdted by Senators Logan
and lngalls, it traa, bn mot'on of Sen
ator Logan, In id on the table.
Somediscuraion aioe a? te the effect
of the bill onelertymen, and, to avoid
doubt. Senator lirown secured an
amendment pnvjding that the restric
tions of the bill as to reduced fares
should not apply to ministers of re
Senator Eilmunds' ewnred a similar
amendment as to agricultural conven
tions and army society meetings.
Senator Brown moved to make the
bill applicable to river routes m well
as to railroads, siylng that the Missis
sippi river steaiubotla practiced all
the worst discriminations complained
of as against ths rjilroad?, and he saw
no reus in why ths boats engaged on
that river should be exempt from the
restrictions attempted to be put on
railroads. Toe amendment was re
jected. An amendment offered by Senator
Spooner win agreed to, applying the
word ''unlawful" to the discrimina
tions condemned by the bill, t as to
bring breaches of its provisions within
the technical meaning of the penal
A modification of the long and short
haul clanee was suggested by Senator
Edmunds. The modification was to
restore to the clause the words "and
from the fame point of departure,"
which hid been struck out by the
adoption of Senator Camden's amend
men. bnt to add immediately to the
words, "or the same point of ar
rival." The bill was finally ordered reprint
ed as amended, and the Senate ad
journed. Mr. Urosvenor Ohio moved to
strike out the appropriation f r the
Judge Advocs'e General's tpnit
mrnt. lie en id that the deprntment
decided iann without any knowledge
of law, and that the system followed
by the department was untrHgeoup.
It wns mi exermence on the army,
adding to it nothing c f mat:, nothing
of justice, mtliing of martini oili
clt nee. If it fo.l to-day, in one year
nolo ly would reiv.omoer it except fi
point ti it as a monument if the
gmi'is eir r tlmt bus evtr cxmtvd in
Af.er sinin deVn'o, pRrtleipa'.ed in
by Missrs. Wheeler, Hepburn aud
lliccock, which was quit personal at
titiits, the motion to Btrike out was
l.t to fl-
Pending further action the commit
tee io-.o and the House adjourned.
The HM, ,'
Tbe special order for to-day beinj
the consideration of business reported
from the Committee on Private
Land Cla ui", the House) immediately
after tbe reading of the t j ni'nal, went
into committee of whole, Mr. Han
mond Oa in the chair, on the bill
providing tor the appointment, of a
TJinmi sion to is curtain and settle
private land claims In tha ferritorifs
of New M xioo aod .Arizona nod the
8 a e of Co orado. '
A!t?r some dibit's and te adoption
of several amendments, the commit
tee rose, and tlie bill pused.
Mr. Lowry Infl. fiom the Oora
mlttee on Elections, sabinit'ed tbe
ananlmoas report of that Coinmi:tee
on the California contested el -ction
cm. Tbu report which confirm tlie
right of a I tae eiiting mem'otrs waa
Mr. CUrdy Mo.J from tho Com-mitt'.-e
on Commerce, reported a b ;1
aii'ho'' ng tha rotialract'on of a
bridge auos tbe Mieaiiaippi river at
.St. L iu s. llous ralotuUr.
Air. Perkins Km. from the Com
va'M nu Indian A(Ti s, reported
ta-ka S-nnt-t bill granting the right
of var ihr uh tin Indian Terri'ory
tot'ie Kdiaia and Arkunvs Vlly
KIn ad ompatiy. IIospj ca eada'.
The House then wer t iuti com
mittee of the wlole, Mr. Sinner
ill. in the chair, on the army
pp upria i"'' b'H.
la tbe t'oiuuiltt e ICnoinn.
The Honse Ctni'iiittee oa Ttihlic
Inda to-dny instructed 11- prefenta
iivo Payeon tJ draf: a li 1 declaring
forfeiture of all Umdi granted to the
Salma, Rome and Dalton Railroid
Company, ooterminooa with the nr.
completed portion of tbe railroad from
Jackaonville, Ala., to tisdsdnn, Ala.
The Ways and Means Committre
received a report of the subcommit
tee adverse to the Mexican reciprocity
treaty. Tha reading of the report
practically consumed all the time tha
committee waa in session. No action
Representative Oollias waanstruct
ed by the House Committee on Judi
ciary to-day to report favorably bill
providing that tbe jurisdiction of tbe
Court of Claims shall extend to all
claims for tbe oa oil patents or pat
ented inventions by the United StaUs
Government which arore before tbe
Court of Cairns assumed jurisdiction
of such casea.
The Senate Committee On Pensions
to-day adopted a resolution calling on
the Commissioners of Pensions for an
estimate of the ontlay required nnder
tbe Ingalla bill for tbe removal of tbe
limitation of the arrrara of pensions
act. The Sena'e Committee on Mili
tary and Militia ordered to-day a favor
able report on the Logan bill for tbe
equalization of bounties.
MrMgM rrm the President.
The President sent to Congress to-day
a message calling at 'ention to the condi
tion of affairs existing in Utah, owing
to the Governor of that Territory veto
ing tbe laH appropriation bill, which
appropriated money for tbe support
of aebcole, courts, rbatitable institu
tions, etc ; referring to tbe fact that
under existing law tha Legislature
cannot convene for nearly two years,
and recommending tbe speedy enact
ment cf such legislation as will author
ise the assembling of the Legislature
at ao early day.
Also a message recommending Con
gress to make an appropriation to de
fray the expn'cs of the inauguration
of the Bartuoldi statue.
A 'so a message furnithing a com
munication from SerreUry Bayard
upon the Weil and L'Abra treaty. Mr.
Bayard calls atteutlon to the fact flat
under a decision of the Supreme Court
he has authority to withhold payment
of the awards pending supplemental
negotiations between this country and
.Mexico and to the rejection by tho
Senate of the supplemental treaty.
To relievo the adieu of our govern
ment from any ambiguity of legisln'ive
exprewion, or tbe executive from any
uncertainty as to his line of duty in
relation to the award, he suggeets the
attention of Coogreffl be earnestly in
v.ted to the pressut tUtus of the
claims, and the duty of the executive
to carry out the terms of the existing
trra'y in cexs the two houses adjourn
without further action.
OUtt SUPUEHK COdltT.
(OMTRAftT BKTWKEN TIIONK OF
ALABAMA AN UKORU1A,
rrvla rialaly lha Necessity for
t'leaa B)wees-Tbe lateralis f
tbe People Hemaad It,
Nashville llamcr: The Supreme
Court of Alnhnin, like tho court of
(teorgia, has cleared up its docket. In
Tenno see the court is four or five
years behind with its docket. Yet
theie has been as much litigation in
Georgia and Alabama as there has
been in TenrtfHsee. What makes the
difference? The courts in Georgia and
Alabama have gone chead and vigor
ously attended to tho work, while the
Tennessee court has dioned along,
wasting a day in every week reeding
uselessly long opinions. The more
you think of it the more intolerable
becomes the thought of retaining tbe
old court in cilice to drone away to
dotige and doomsday. We need new
judges, and the pec pie demand new
udges who can give some life and
ellii iency to the Supreme Court of
The Supreme Court of Georgia has
just adjourned, having disposed of the
whole docket and leaving no canses
unheard. There are only three Su-
Ereme Judges in Georgia, and they
old two terma each year, attend to
the large bueineia brought before
them and have a good vacation for
res' Instead of droning away few
ahort hours each day writing long
and watery opinions and idling the
bulk of the time, they go to work like
men who mean business. They rule
attorneys down to a brief statement
and explanation of the points at issue,
nuke prompt decisions and furnish at
the time, as required by tae Georgia
law, short head-notes or abstracts of
their opinions, and loser vo tbe writing
of extended opinions in cit es of im
portance until their vacaticn siaton,
wken theie opinions are concisely
Here in Tennessee we have live
Supreme Judges who are so fur be
hind in tluir woik you could cover
them out of sight with the documents
tlmt have growu nunty awaiting their
attention. Notwithstanding the fact
that our Supremo Bench lushed the
nsnittaoce of Arbitration and Kcfeiee
Courts, which hove cost the S:ive
thoueaudi ol dolln s, the docket is still
pi cd mount : n uigh, and litigAijts
are compelled li watt yoara ana jeera
before if eir uses cm be heard. The
court, with all this arcnuiuUi'.i u of
buHineea oa lmnd, bat bei u sitting bnt
tines hours a dsy, and plodding a'ong
ia iiaslow and old hjgy way, while tbe
interests of the perpie are si lTtrng
on account of ontragtouv delay.
The contrast between our court and
te Georgia court is marked. The
Gi orgia court has as munh business si
our court, yet, w.lli two judges Its', it
keeps tho docktt clean. In other
woids, the Georgia lourt works and
a t?nds promptly and efficiently to
business, while our slow-moving court
tskes its own sweet time and c inven
itnee, while the public must wait and
wait. Tbe Tennessee court his got
m'o a rut in wbicli it will stay so long
a tbe pifnt judges remain on the
beucb. We must hare u morn vigor
ous court. Tbe p.i(i0 aie tired of un
ending de'ay in business that would
be promptly dispa'ched if we had a
new and vigorous bench.
We may add that the prompt die
patch of business bv tbe Georgia
court, instead of resulting in a depre
cation of the weight of the opinions of
tbat court has enhanced them. The
opinions of tie Georgia court are more
hi?Hv esteemed and htve greater
w eight by far than the oplniots of oi r
T-iiueiwee court In toe courts of
otlur States ths decisions of the Su
preme Court of Georgia are quoted ten
times ofieuer thsn ars the decisions of
tbo Snprsme Court of Tennestee.. The
'amentable fact is, the Tennestescou t
htinds at about ths bottom cf ibilst.
Tern"sse lawycis who are called to
pnetea in cojits in other Sta'ea ar
moj titled to find that the opinions of
oar court haveeoliitU weight. One
case ia instanced in an Onio court. A
lawyer, to saata n an argument, cited
toe opinion of the Supreme Court of
Tennessee. The oppoting attorrev
d'smiased the npinim with a signifi
cant s.nile, and said he wou'd not wttd
t me in iliscus-MUi; that opinion as au
The old court must go.
THE CRISIS im GREECE.
A REW A5TI-HAB I5ISTET TO
Queea Ylctorla's gecead Visit to Lir
erpool Prea CoameaU oa Mr.
Atuns, May 11. M. Delyiannie,
tbe retiring Premier, refuses to con
voke tbe Greek Chamber of Deputies
to tike action on the crisis. Yetter
day evening he explained to bia ad
herents tha rersons which prompted
him and hit Ministers to resign. He
said tbat nothing bnt war could ef
face tbe humiliation to which Greece
bad been subjected, but tbat war wis
impossible wiihont unanimity among
the Gieeks. Toe agitation carried cn
by the opposition and the indifference
of tbe King paralysed the efforts of
patriotism; therefore tbe government
balrts gned in ths inteiesta of tbe
country, con vine d tbat tbe powers
enterta nsd enmity tow arc's his govern
ment. coma db mol'v,
tbe French Minister to Greece, has
called nron his government for in
ttructious concerning his conduct in
the preeent anoma'ous condition of
affairs in Greece. The powers, after
having ordered their flteti lo tnforce
a blockade against Greek ports, and
notifying Greece of tbe establishment
of a blockade, bave been compelled by
stormy weather to withdraw their
ships to Soda Bay, Crete, in Tutkisb
territory, and there ia consequently no
Ute of blockade anywhere in Greece.
Tbe Greeks are holding mass meet
ings all over their country to protest
against the decree of blockade issued
by the powers, and to appeal to the
people of foreign countriee for sympa
thy agalntt tbo "tyranny tf tbe pow
ers." WILL FOR SI A HeW CAIIINBT.
M. Pappamlchaelopulus, Minister of
the Interior in the late Cubioet, and
wbo favors submission to the wishes
of tbe powt r.', has agreed to form a
new Ministry. He promises to dicatm
the Greek army.
MB. GLilisiONE'S SPEECH.
Prrae Comment tbe Premier's
London-, May 11. The PaU Mall
Gaulle this afternoon sys tbat Mr.
Gladstone's speech last night made bad
worse and sealed the fate cf tbe home
rulo bill. It adds that Mr. Henry
Labouchers, who had acted as inter
mediator between Mr. Gladstone and
Mr. Chamberlain, bad informed tbe
latter that tbe Premier was willing to
make adequits concessions in oider to
secure the support of tbe Radical leader
and bis adherents. Tbe speech did
not bcnr cut th's promise In the way it
had been acop'id bt Mr. Chamber
lain, and the Gaulle ays I e waa set on
isbei and difgus ed, aud opnly de
olaiei in the lobby of tbe Jlonee of
Commons that lis tiad been misled
and would now oppose Mr.Gladttoue's
bill "tooth and rail." t
Tbe SI Jamrit Oazetle rays there is
no longer any doubt that tun "ditruo
tion bid" (Mr. Gladstone's home rule
meattre) ha collapsed.
The Globe aaseits that (here U le-s
chance now tban ever of the home
rule bill rnsslng its second reading.
The Eho declares that Mr Glad
stone's bill is viituiilly donned.
THE QUEEN AT LIVERPOOL.
Iter Msjeaty's t'lrsl VUII lo the
Livkrpjoi,, May 11. The Queen ar
rived heie tor the purpose of penon
ally opening the Liverpool Interna
tional Exhibit ion. The ceremony
took place at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
This is the second time tbat her
uiiijesty has visited Liverpool during
her reign, her o'her visit having been
made in 1S51, when she was accompa
nied by tbe Prince Cor sort. Her
majesty alighted at the railway sta
tion witbln the exhibition grounds,
and was greeted by a large crowd with
great eatnusiasm. Klin was falling In
a dull, dispiriting, drizzling shower.
Tbe Lord Mayor says tbe weather ia
almost ex clly like thatwblch atllicled
tbe city on tho occasion of the Queen'a
former visit. A grand royal pageant
had been arranged with wnich to open
the show, but it is feared tbe weather
will make it Impossible to bave the
parade. The Queen will remain over
night In Liverpool sa the guest of tbe
city. This will be tbe first time a
British monarch has ever been the
guest of the Liverpool corporation,
and the citizens have adopted every
n pans within their power to make the
occasion memorable by the loyalty
and magnificence of its celebration.
MOST PERFECT MADE
rrppurwl with npfctrtl rj;ari to buiUtlL
Ho Aiumonta, Li mo or Alum.
FR'Ce BAKING POWDER CO..
CHICACO. ST. louia
A book of 100 rM.
boo a lor
b hm atri-
nod or otborwix
It fmntftlna Hatt of
Bowrtisparrt sad Mtlmiu o tbe oost ol td
VnrtiMnf. TbMlvertiirwhownM to ipond
on dollar, find In It tbo in form tion b. r
qulnii.whllo for him who will Inrwt on
hui drd ihoonund dollitra In drortliini. a
aoboit.o Itt adiostod which win moot nu
Trj ro.nLmnt, or can bo nid to do ao
by iliuhl ohn OMilr srrttod t br corro
imnd.nr. On bundrd and Sftr-tbra
to anr a'tdrmior ten cnj. Aniiljr to
Ai.iiW to OKI).
P. HOWKLl. A CO., KKWSPAPKe1 AD-
VKKTINlNil BURKATJ.IO SruotU tPrint-
nt Uooc bqnara , ftw lora.
1VKII(WHATS TO TI1K FRONT Ta T
U ttmous leekinx UoTemment Km I
florntent In any ot tbe deeartmenti at
n'uhinaton, or anr other H.itiona nnde
thelioTerniuent.I will "on J lull inttruotiot!
ai to bow lo trMl lo obtain tbe ean e,
and Blank l.rn if A)lralla cn
r-ceiit ol ne Dollar. iir JW"
apCaJTC ''In moaev with our Amateur
HULII I l'boto cutlil, an l collect nx
family ptcturefl to enlarge- Special So day
oner. Kmi'it" Ceprina to., Ml Canal atroet.
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 188G.
A LITTLE SUFFERER
aeaaweel. FartflMl aad Mtitiactf by
lae Canieara atcancaiea.
It arTorda e pleaanre to rive von hli re
port of (he enreof our little trandohild br
your Ci'Ticra Rihkdiis When aix month!
old hli left hand braan to awell and had
erery appearance of a lane boil. We poal
tioed it, but all to no purpoie. Abont fire
montba alter it became a rnenins lore.
Soun other eofa formed. He then had two
of them oa ah hand, and u hie blood be
came more and mure impure it took leu
lime for them to break oat. A lore eame oa
the chin, beneath the under lip, which waa
rr offeniir. Uii head waiono solid acab,
diioharuina a treat deal. Thii waa bit con
dition at twentr-two month! old, when I
andeTtook the care of him, bii mother har
lot did when he wai a little more than a
year old. ol consumption (icrofulaof courte).
lie eould walk a little, but could not set up
if he fell down, and could not move whoa
in bed, harlot no um of bia handi. I Im
mediately commenced with the Cuticur
Hmaoiaa. Mint the ;i tic t i and Coricvta
tiiiAT freely, and when he had taken one bot
tle ol the CdTicuaa Kihulvikt bii head waa
completely cured and he waj improved in
ererj way. W e wore Terr much encouraged
and continued - ho U)e of tbe remediea lor a
rear and a ball. One lore after another
healed, a bony matter formiDf in each one
of tbeae fire dferp onni juit before healing,
which wonld finally srow Ioopo and were
taken out: then ther would heal rapidly.
(J tie of theie ugly bgne formation! 1 pre
lerred. Attar lakint a Uor.n and a naif
boitlei he wai eouipletelr cured, and ia now,
at the age of lix ream, a itront and healthy
child, lhe aoan on bii hands murt always
remain; bii handi are atronr, thr uah we
once feared he would nerer tie able to ue
them. All that phyniciam did lor him did
him no aood. All who nw the child before
uiiut (he CuTitiUBi Kiuioik and lee the
child now coniider it a wonderful cure. If
the above facta are of any uia to you, you are
at liberty t.) uie thrra
Mayg.lSSi. MKS. F. 8. DRIUQB,
61'2 E, Clay at., Bloomintton, III.
Tho obild waa really in a wone condition
than he appeared to hia traudmother, who,
beiot with him every dy. became accua
tomed to the diieaae. MAOWIK UuPPING.
CuTicuaa Kikiuira are lold everywhere.
CvTictRa. the treat Skin Cure, 50 centij
Ci'ticura Sixf, an ei'iu'aiteBkin Beautifler,
cenu; Cotioub Kafoi.viNT, the new
Blood PnriAer, II. C. Prepared hy the
Pottkr Dui'u and CHRHiiiat. Co., Boiton.
(lend for " Uow to Cure cikin Diieuei."
ITPLIINU, Scaly, Pimply and Oily Skin
1 1 un beautified by CtiTini' Koir.
Hll U'l'Hr, HBtUNKNO,
Uterine Paina. Korene i and
Lameneii ipeeuily eu.'ed by that
new, original, eletrant and infal
lible antidote to pain and inflam
mation, the CtmcukA Anti-Pain
At. ri-uireiat". 20
DR. C. McLANE'S
BE SURB TOU GET THR GENUINE. Tha
Counterfeit! are made in bt. Loun, Mo.
WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF
PURE COD LIVER
OIL AND LIME.
Penoni who bave been takina Cod-Liver
Oil will be pleated to learn that Dr. Wilbor
haa lucce'jded. from direction of let oral
proftniional rentlemen, In combining the
Siure Oil and Lime in auoh a manner that it
i pleaiant to the tante. and in effect" in
jMBt complaint! are truly wonderful. Very
many peraona whose caiea were pronounced
honeleu, and who bad takea tbe clear Oil for
a lont time without marked eflect, have been
entirely cured by uaint tbia preparation. Be
aure and get tbe tenuine. Manufactored
only by A. B. W'ilbub, Chemist, Bolton,
bold br all dni?it
A Valuable Patent.
Daawf'a (Hone) 'rw aad Pea Plan
HAVING perfeoted my Invention, I wleh
o plaoe it before the puhlio, eipeoially
mnculaoturera. A a Corn Planter, It ii
perfect ucoesaorena the drill, di'trtbuta
the aeed acci rntely, uniniured, and cover
the aauie, thereby one man perforutlnt the
work of three. Hies have been uted in
thia lection for over a dotcn yearn with per
fect aatiifaction. Can give roaior aibla teati
JOHN 11. DANCY.Danoyvflte,
tiavwood eonntv, Tnn.
N..tvtl, lliuMriitM (JaUlt-KlWE
gw tinpwt. vfr irintf), now rtMitly,
.h-i'' nal Styttwof Olfico A IibmriT
- Dreki, Tablei, Cnairi,
ji-aJf v' r : imr I Letter rreiBes.VablneU
p' 'l !' I Laie Fancy DeBke. &o
'T'iia. iLxM "rloee (Inarentewl. Oataloej
,1,' . irw, j-oeuieeo.ii! ponais.
Ko MC4 (S)- Stnto of Tetino:fc, Shelby coun-
tv tjllne Countv Court Clem, aieaipuiB,
1'enn., April LV, 1-So T i John Loanue.
Public Ail 'ii niirt.ir of Phi Ibv county and
M inch Adiuinintrntor of estate ot lleury
F. Arr,ild. deceaned :
KAVlNil aurseited the Insolvency of tha
ktnta nt llenrv V. Arnold, decerned,
you are hereby ordered to ive notice, by ad
vertisement in eotao newapxper published
within the said State, and also at the court
house door of bhelhy county, for all persona
havlrtf claima aaainit said eit ate to appear
and file iheaame, authenti -ated in the man-
Ser preicribeii by law. on or before the 27th day
uly, 1b); and any claim not filed on or
bifote laid day, or beJore in appropriation
ef the fundi of laid ettate li made, shall be
forever barred, both in law and equity.
W Unfix my band, at omce, tnn atia aay p.
April. IS.. HUGH B. CULLKN, Clerk.
By U. L. Mcltenald, Deputy Cierk.
vNotice tiven a retjuired by the fore.ro
int order. Ituel JSQ. LOAGUK, Adm'r.
Flufst 8nmiupr Resort In America
n In not on tut llem-ii, alnta.
Offen cc mu.odaiioni unequal ni by any ho
tel .n the went. K.tel, f3 per day: $:5 ier
month. Circulars and fu I lrjiulir-. i lent
preuip'ly on applicaiion (o Euliaft h ME11L,
Man ter. br. Psri.. Mmw.
I CV Tr-.at in tntrlrt KnlirW d'flt-rrnt ft cam
1 NaU iKhfr. rHva Rrt-itw-T,
on niettit a
tw tanxma In U
inmtvof S V and h1l', PtBcr. tamp, f
MauhUIC tlM. TbumCo. 312 N.6tbet St-Le ala.
BIBLE M Introduction br Rav. J. '.. Via
eent. U.l. One irent he ao'd W ir. , towi
of S7t reople; onu r.l in avilla ot 7H;oa
new aaentSo in ludayil one a-.J v, a lucces
aiv. weeki; one VI in S dayi at t 0 diterenl
tiBa. Kiperienc not ""'H., ddraaa
CA-SKLL A CO. (L t'i),
u Dearborn at'.wet, Cnic&tn,
r. a. AMToai,
m. W. iHUWELL,
ALSTON, OROWELL & CO.
And Commbsloa Merchants. Ilajr, Con Oats, B-ja, Chop Feed, Oil-Meal,
LI ., Cement, Plaster, Building and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
Hacceasori o' POUTER, T1IL0B COn
wo. no vumtrv rtrvvt.
Blt'lIABD A.'.McCTBUY, : t i i J Fresldcnt.
AST, x : : : : : $109,000,000
Barrender Talaeajlndoraed oa Palloleia. NoForfettare.fi.Cbaapeat
la tha World.
k.XjZI3wl. BR8KINB, 3VI.X3.. I I I Z3atwtta.lxa.9r.
JNO. -P. WILKBRSON, Agent,
IVo. 2 Cot on Fxoliwuge ItnlMlng, ltfmphi.
Tazoo Mississippi Delta Timber Co.
MEUIGOLD STATION, L., N. 0. & T. B.R MISSISSIPPI.
lOTJUIlea from Memphla, Tena. 113 Mileirom Viokibarg. Mils.
Will aaw to order and furnlnh good merchantable
.IN:CAR-LOADiLOIS'P.:0.:B., CARS AT THEIR MILLS. FOR
$12.50 PER M."a
a-Dimeniioni and Building ILnmber. Orprnsi Shinilei, Dressed Flooring, Ceilingian
Sidina, kept eonstantly on hand. Ordera by mail respectfully aolioited. Address:
FIUNK IrlKRIfsOLII wrPKIXTFlKlwT.
ItS-Will pa j Good rrlces for MOTES, IS FALLS and
TllASlIYkCOITO. t U Idescriptlonn. ASeiMl lor Clrcnlar
and Price Paid.
75 Vrtiow Strewt.
M. 0. FEARCE.
MC Fearce & Co.
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'ts,
Wo. 376 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. .TENN.
MS Hi FIRM !
WOODRUFF & OLIVER. ABEffl
HA VINfll withdrawn irom the Woodrntl-Oliver Carrlare and Hardware Company, we
baveaocepted the Agency of aom. of the 7"'',rr" ," f "''"U
8tte,and are now reviving a full aisortuient ol CA ttttlAli BH, KUOtJlhS, V7A OOtj S,
All goods are new, and built expressly Icr thia market, and will bo sold at vary low rricea.
OfJlce and Salesrotmi, Ho. 201) Malu BUet. auuue, So. StW rront street.
j. v.. ni.itra.
JOHN HELD. K.K. Lfct,.
aa. es- Xjsa oo.
37G-378-380-3S2-S84-38G Kecond street, south oi (Uj-oso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceilinq, Siding, Shingles,
Monlillnr. I.afti. -olr !. awrl fl-r-
J. T. FABOASOS. J. A. HOST. C. C.
J. T. FARGASDN& 00,
Wholesale Grocers & Cstton Facers,
SCI Front Street, KempliU, Tenn.
Cotton eonaig ned to ua wlH have our earef'ii atUntioa. We carry at all fiaaea a wall-
aeleot.it atock oi
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wlnss,Llqaors,Tflbacco & Clam,
And will aell I-ow a. trw- f.wwl.
slrOLEOK HILL, Prealdepi. W. a. Wl LKEKSOJI, Tac-lTesWe
It. J. LTSJf, Cashier.
DOBS A SKHIKAIi PIBX
A QUARTER OF A WILLION'DOLLAS FULL PAID CAPITAL
ntfN588iba. WM L Ti. MYi3 RKILLW. D. BETUELu'
Oflioe 19 IWTml I won Street, yrempliln. Tenii
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORNAVD COTTON PLANTERS.
R. G. CRAIG & CO., MEMPHIS.
to&A ... SI
ai. at. mauki.
O. W. MACBAE.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
r. i.. wnommi'i'.
HEIM. R. A. PARKER. E. L. WOODSW.
ABI JIAR1SK BUSINESS.
Y A a U H a tv i rH Z
i n" f rt n t n
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
We 4 rrt ea-aA that m awiMreiM tkm
mrrmmm.mnf or mtt Me MomtUt mmd Qumr
Urit IhmrtHf niAe Ii.iiiaae J1e Lottfrm
Cj i aaa in ma ai.aage wmi walrwl
la. Um wt Ikfm.titm, mmd lAol linw
are wm4ctd wttk asa.il. fairmtm and m
food faitk rowarai nil t el Ii 11. and wt mntkonaa
lA. ftmpanf to as Uia wrli.eal., ml fa
timiUt if oar atawalarea aWaotid. ia it. aa-
Wa. la. undmijneft. Banka rmd Bunker.
vili pny all Frwt etraiea ia Ta. Xovmaaa
Halt UMttritt vKiek ma ee arewafed ol our
J. H.oeLEHBT.Prea. La. Rati Bank.
A. B1LDW1I, lrea. O. Hal. Bk.
UPRECF.DE"TEli ATTRACTION t
Over Hair a Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In 1868 for twenty-are yeara
by tha Legislature tor Eduoational and
Cnaritable iinrposu with a oaiiital of II,
010,000 to which a reserve fund ol over $560,
000 haa ainoe been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote tta
rVanohise wai made a part of the present 3tata
CnnitituUon, adopted Ueoember 2d, A.D.
its Grand Htaarla Namher Draw,
law. will take) lae anouttily. Unmr
cafes or BorpoMr. Look at th. following
lSd CIBAWB MOSTHLT
Extraordinary (Juarterly Drawing;
In the Academy of Music, New Orleans,
Tneaday, Jose IB, 1(6,
Under tha peraenal sapervision and man
Oen.B, T. Braoreaardf Lonislana, aad
Wen. Julxil A. Crly,of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
arNOTICE-Tleketi ire Ten Dollar,
only. Halves, . Fifthi, $4.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital Priae of. 1160,000 JISO.OOO
1 Grand Prise of. 5tl,(KH) M.000
1 Grand Priie of. 20,000 . 20,000
2 Large Priies of...... 10,000 ..20,000
4 Larg. Priaea of...... 6,(n 20,000
20 Prisoa of. . . 1,000 20,000
50 Priaea of...... 600 2S.0II0
100 Pritea of. 300 30,000
200 Pritei of...... 200 40,000
6i0 Priaea of. liH) . 60,000
1000 Priaea of. 60 60,000
100 Approximation Priiea of (200... 20,000
100 Approximation Prisei of lml... 10.000
100 Approximation I'riiei of TS... 7,000
2279 Priaea, amounting to r22,500
Application for ratea to olubi ahonld
maa only to the otboe of the Company
For further Information write clearly.
givin. full addresa. PONIALaorw, Ki-
riren Mone, Ordera, or New York Exchange
n ordinary letter. Onrranoy by Exprasa tat
bi. a. rAi;pHi,
haw Orlmim 1 a.
Or H. A. narpuui,
WawtalnpTion. D. C,
or at Went Court HI., Mensthia, Tenn
Malr P. 0. Money Orders tavable
and address Hoitif-lercd Lfttts-n-to
tlW OBI BAKU NATIONAL BtSK.
Wirtr Orkap.. 1 a
)n. 4."2t, R. D. Thanaerr Court of .Sheiby
County H. 1. llobsuo adtuinistntor, etc.,
vs. M C 1-rnuie et al. i R. 1). JSJ,Ma.
Morrow vs. P. P. f rame et al.
BY virtue ot concurrent interlocutory de
crees tor Shi-, enterod in the abovo
causes on thr2fth day April, ltM, M. B.52,
pages 414 and 4,1 will sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, in front of th.
Clerk and Master's office. Courl-llousa oi
Shelby county. Memphis, Tenn.. on
Nalnrdny, Nay Hli, ifca,.
within legtl bonrs, the following described
property, situated In Qhelby oounty, Tennes
A certain parcel of land known as lots 4
and 5, and part of lot 3 of country lot 494,
Beginning at the corner of Jerry Orowley'a
lot, iinuieuintly east of the Meaphii and
Charleston railroad bridge on Marshall ave
nue, tbonce in a southeastwsrdlv direction
along the inuth line ot Marshall avenue,
about 649 feet, to the Jamei bidell lot:
thence eontb with Sidell'e west ine to old
Union street; thence westward! to th.
Wemphii and Charleston railroad; tbenc.
northweatwardly along the line ol aaid rail
road to Jerry Orowley'a aoutheiut corner;
thenoe with Crowley 'i east line to the begin
ning. Ihia tract ol land haa been subdi
vided la lota, plata of which can be seen at
the Chancery Court, and the above property
will be lold according to laid eu'idirision.
A certain lot known ai part of l.t 478, and
iWribod aa the east 124 leet of lot 554 of !.
L. 47. fronting 124 by 118 feet on the north
aid. of Je-Berson street.
Acortain other lot, being part tt 0. L. 493,
fronting 40feot on the south aide of JcBor
aon street, with a depth of 148 I jet, bounded
on the west by Bayou Uayoao and on the eist
by Heinaek'a lot. .....
Terma of Sale On a credit of six and
twelve months; intereat-bearina note! with
security required ; lien retained to secure
inmn, and equity of redemption. Tbia
April 30, IPS.
g. I. McDOWEl.L, Clerk nd MaUer.
Ty II. P. Wnlsh. Deputy C. aod M.
Malonr A Watsnn, Taylor A Carroll, F.
H. AC. W. Heiskell. Hols
"PURSUANT to ii dperoo tothJotc1 b? tho
j iDH"C-rv hi nif , lit- nt vc
tuber term, 1HH5, and cnteTfd of record at
. I - e ai : . ! ...I, M in ilia nisanl
rmte a IIIIUie 1"W l n u auv vira hi
birnmcl rerkum Jbn 3. Cla) brook nnd
OinerB, nonre if iiuiriv unwj tun a win ca-
Tw.fie to ulIic sale, at V e caurtboustao rat
Mom,hi XenneftsoB.(Uton tbe termi here
inaiujr 001 oui, m in. u uiotM m. t "
il'21 ilar or ffiry,
the following depcribod Dffrerty, al! situat
in tie Taiinff District bhtlby county
Jaol o. ?, weft Hue Aacxion rquare,
Lic No. I'-', Fiu:h t i eof Auctn Sjuare,
J.ot No. i'ri Second t.'eet,
T ,. M '4tl Anvn.a nf llrartnn ftfirl Thlfli-
l'C reet 1 nuare,
South halt 1.1202 Beand itrrt. .
street, tbetwepn Market and Winchester sta.
ifTWB of Sa'e On-tourth eh. entf the
Valane on credit of ( 12, 18 end 'M monthij
interest benrinfr notei required for deferred
. I'... ..lainal Kixla frAA fVn nv
Ba DIVD W nllU I taitivui if" ..wva. v
redeaiption. BAM II KL PIKKJNS,
. S83llas3 PI
AmoDg the Northern Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightlul places where one can pass
the summer months innaictrett aad enjoy
ment, and return home at the nd of th.
heated term coraplnte'y rejuvenated. Each
recurring season brings to Oconomowoc,
Waukesha, beaver Dim, Frontenao, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, Wnite Bear, and innu
merable oiher charming localitiea with ro
mantic nanaei. thousands of our best pe- rle
whose win'er hemes are on either aide ot Ma
son and Dixon'a Una. tleganc. and com
fort, at a moderate enst. can b. readily ob
tained. A list ot summer homes, with all
necessary inlorma ion tertanina thereto, ia
being distributed by the Chicago. Milwau
aaa and br. Pai l Kailwat, and will be sent
tree uion aprlicatUn by letter to A. V. U.
Carpenter, General Faaseiger Agent, M''o