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people,
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and all
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IV haul, what
rt business?
our ezpoita
le farm and
ae product a
I ice of wheat
should aeek
,u dearer ralea
item Htates.
Id bla amend
jas of pievent
ninct t!ie farm
'California and
frited to aend
New York,
ftked tlm', if
i' ndment were
I abort haul"
pit all along
r llarria was
uendmrnt wai
23: nya, 24.
gain oflered it
to yeaa, 27;
Jiioved to atrike
'the long and
hd to rvpla 'a it
t the com mi -
the question in-
oDpressj.
ijacled yeas,
red aa amend-
proposed Bom-
;wntive ofliwra
J hem lea'n a'ive
h. , This was re-
t to a Tote and
i; naye." 4. The
those ft Mera
i
ijian ar a r.autoin.
were aunouoced.
U was then laid
r-rnat, but Mr.
.s, (or 2 o'clock
Ij mracJ.
on Judic ary, reported a bill
iol Claims for the use of patents
patented inventiona apuinat the
?
fni
cd Mates, llnuae calendar.
the morniog hour, Mr. Belmont
1 called up the joint rfs .Iuti n
iding an indemnity to certain
nete subjects for loasea aorUiried
fiia the jar edict ion ol the United
See. Tlie resold' ion waa consider
la committee of the whole,
ilr. Belmont gave a history of the
inesa massacre at Rock Hpriiigf,
.pro. 1. Xono ol tbe perinea en
loA in the ontrsea antx nrl to he
terican citizeua. Kotk Kpringa
minted of two aettlnments, one in-
tiited chittlr br Welshmen and
lodes, the other by Chintso, al re
lying tbe same rate of pay. For
ht yeara the white and Chinas
ii era hrd lived peaceably. Last
nmer a atrike waa atemitd to be
iich the Chinese refused to take
rt. The evidence waa clear and
tinftctory that no ' other cause of of-
no waa given. On Hpntetntxr 2d
e white miotK, to the number of
i, a-med themaelvta with rifles and
ule an at a-'k on the deftmelera
inamen, killing twenty-eight,
unding many other, end burning
d plundering their quarters. By the
itaaga of this resolution the United
atee would express Iti sympathy
uh the victims of wrong that tbe
cited Statea could not prevent nor
reaee. it most be c ear ttiat the rt-
lt of mob violence had' only to be
fciade known to tbe House to meet
Uh the condemnation which it mer-
ted. All considerations as, to the re-
ponsibility of the Federal Govern-
nent in ita relation to Stats and Terri
torial Jurisdiction should be waived in
the performance of a plain duty.
Mr. Felton Cel. thought that If
the Commi'tee on Foreign Affair bad
expended it time in examining the
cauaje under which these outrages
aroia (if it had looked into the his
tory el the past) it would have found
that theas outrages were the natural
reeulta of Chinese Immigration. The
oommittee should have addresrod ita
attention to remedyii g the evil rather
than to palliation and paying f.r
scenes like this.
Mr. Morrow Ual. said that stand
ing alone the uu Mure was of doubt
ful propriety, but considering the re
latione between China and the United
8latB, and the ueies.iity for tbe fur
ther leglslatioa and for treaty stipula
tion absolutely prohibiting the iuimi-
ration of Chinese subject?, he waa
Isposed to train, that the benevolence
of Congress might be an act of wis
dom. The whole affair at Kcu
Spiingihad beeo disgraceful in the
extreme, and could not be exctmed
nor ignored. The roost that
could be eald was that no citi
I9U of the United Hintos had
been engaged in the mawacre, but
this did not right the wrong which
had been com milted on Aineiican soil.
Our national fame was in vol red. The
question arose: Why did not the
Federal Government assume the obli
gation of a 1 cal and territorial com
munity ? The answer waa that no lo
oal oblitiutlons were rammed, but be
cause the local authorities had failed
to enforce the law, the United Status
would, undor the peculiar circum
stances ol the case, and as an act of
benevolence, Batltfjr the tluimenta.
The people of tbe United KtaUa and
especially the people if the Pacific
coaft, were deeply conotrned In tbe
relations of the United tilatea and
China, and the 1'aoifJc coast demanded
the immigration of Chine aa laborers
should absolutely cease. He waa in
favor of the resolution because it
would s rengthen the exocutive In an
attempt to secure tbe ronnentof China
to put a stop to lmmigialion.
Mr. McKenna Call expressed the
bniror of the outrage perpetrated at
Rock Springs. The House, in ita ex
alted sympathy, was apt to consider
aa "mean'' a refucat lo indemnify tho
victims, but it was nit clear to him
that an outbreak of race antipathiea
in which no American paititipated,
notwithstandirg it was made horiible
by aistn and murder, had any claim
upon the consideration of Congress.
Tne groaning ra!ondara of the House
should admonish members that thore
were other uses for the (147,000 than
beetowing It in bcnevoloiioe or rquau
dering it in romantie and ehowy com
ity. IfUorigrdis Indemnified the vic
tims of this not, why not the viotims
of every ither riot ? If this resolution
were paved, Congress could have no
reason to retime, t j reqnita the victims
ol the Ctilcfgo riot. If the amouut
appropriated was Intended to be a
strict remuut ration for the loss of
propeity the committee should have
taken means to ascertain whether it
was the proper amount. He bad been
( red i lily informed that in Rock
r-'prings only f-00 worth of property
was assrased agaii st Chinamen.
Mr. Hilt III. doa.od that tho reso
lution would tin a bd preci dent. On
the contrary, not to pane it would be
a departure from a Bottled hue of
policy i nd would be a violation of
uatloual honnr. He cited numirous
caaea in which the Uoi ed States had
demanded and received from China
indemuity for Irjurles and insults per
petrated on American citiaens.
Mr. Worthingttn 111 favored the
resolution. The United btatea boasted
that it was a Christian nation. He be
lieved it waa on a plane of civilisation
higher than C: in. It sent mission
aries to hethen Cliirii Should it be
aaid the United Sti t. a would refuse
that indemnity to China which China
had freely made to iha United States
in similar caiee? He waa willing to
traxe his action on the broad principle
of equity.
Pending further discussion, the
morning hour expired. Tne commit
tee rone and the House again went
into commltte of the whole (Mr.
Sprinaer III. in the chair) on the
army ai piopii .t on bill.
Mr. Rockwell Ms moved to iu
crafo from S 1500,000 to $400,000 the
appropriation for the manufacture oi
arnia t Sprirptlo d iirmory.
After d hnu.h i motiou waaagiesd
to 86 to 84.
The commit1? e then rose.
The House, by a vote of yeaa 103,
nays 1W, retUBeu to agree to the
SprinitQeld armory amendment (thus
leveieins the acii n of the commiitee),
and the hi 1 poeed.
Mr. Brumm Pa , rising to a qucs
tiiu of privilege, eta'ed that the
cord this morning wns incorrect j
that H made Mr. Wheeler A 'a. use
the language yesterday: "The con
spirator, EiUiu M. 8 auton," whilj
the langnege employtd bad been:
"The arch-conspirator, KJwin M.
Stanton."
Mr. lUmmond Ga disclaimed ary
knowledge ot trie tact, hut sdded sar
castically that if the facta were so
stated by the gentleman from Penn
eylvar.i'i a correction of the Record
should bo n ade. It waa very im-
poitantthat the adjective jihruld be
In. timiie gmtiemeu did nr ft object to
being culled a liar, wSn, iOrnlted a
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, MAY 13, 188G.
custom to revlae the record, and when
a gentleman found that he bad
"slopped over," to take out hia lan
guage. The gentleman from Alabama
might with entire) propriety have
erased the word "cnaphator'' aleo.
It would not have hurt anything or
anybody.
Sir. Reed Me. remarked that a
matter like thia always ahrank in the
cooling, and tbe wonder waa that it
bad not shrank moie.
''Jont as our friend from Michigan
(Mr. Cutcheon) did when he made an
assault on (itn. Grant, end life it ail
out of the record," suggested Mr.
Spriner 1 1 .
"If ame oi the gentlemen on fhe
other tide haj done the same thing,"
retorted Mr. Reed, "it won Id have
been better for their h'atory."
Mr. Hucn Ark. -thought it
waa important that tbe Journal
should speak the truth, but not many
people expected tbe record to tell the
truth.
Mr. Wheeler adrallted that bo bad
used the prefix "arch," but stale I
that he ttruck it out of the rord t o
i a -me It bad stirred some feeling in
the House.
The correction was ordered made.
Tho Home then went into ommittee
of the whole, Mr. Hatch Mo in the
chair, on toe diplomatic and consular
appropria'ion bill.
A protracted debate eniued, but the
House finally adjourned without tilt
ing any action.
THE PAN ELECTRIC.
Hill and Caarjr Young Ita-fora Ihe
Committee,
Wabhinciton, May 12. Mr. E. N.
Hill waa again cdled to tho witness
stand when the Telephone InvcBtigit
iug Committee met to-day.
Air. On ten repeated his question of
yesterday as to iImj name of the per
son who told the wit new) Hint Attor
ney General Garland had called upon
Mr.a Young while tho conference be
tween the Pan-Klcctric and National
Improved Tulephouo Company was in
progress.
The witneax again refused to answer
on the ground that the conversation
was of a confidential nature. He said
that ho bad not been ahlu to seo hia
informant yesterday, owing to hia ill
ness, but would try to see Iti in to-day
and get hia connent to divulge hia
nino.
Then Mr. ltanncy tried bis band and
endeavored to secure tho desired in
form tion by perHuasion and by indi
rect questions, but without Bucceaa.
Mr. Casey Young waa retailed, and
hat. fled that the Attornny-Gensta
never set foot in the levins No. 1327 G
street.
Adjourned.
nOWN8viLLE,Ti:XN.
A Hcinphla Ulrl .Married Under
DlBgrareliil t'lrrniuilnneei.
Ispioultii mi arraaL.l
Bk iWNbViLLK, Tknn., May 12. Mrs.
John C. Davis, who died Monday
night, waa burled to day from the
Metliodlat church. The deceased waa
a lady of many Chrittiau graces and
w II be sorely mimed in a community
where she was so much beloved.
Wilron, a Norwegian Btavo gotter,
and Mira Alexat dtr of Memphis were
married here Monday n'ght. . WiUon
bad persuaded the girl to run eff from
her home in Memphis. Her father
came here and bund they were living
together unmarried. He eaid that
there must he a wedding or a funeral
at once. Wilson chose the wedding.
LlTEKAItY KOTES.
"Witnm my Hand" Is one of the
beat and most entertaining of Camel I
& Co.'a Rainbow aeiiea of original
novels. Maugford on Main street has
it for aale.
"Lind a Hand" la the title of a new
magazine devoted to organised phil
anthropy and idited by FJdward E.
Hall, 1).D.. that is every way worthy
the confluence and support ot the
public. Published by "Lend a Hand"
Company of Hamilton Place, Boston,
Mass.
Wi commend to tbe Scandinavians
residing in Memphis and vicinity the
Skandia, an illustrated nmpazine tint
is well edited and that every month it
full of matter, both entertaining and
instructive. The aubsciiption price ia
f2 per year, and it ia published by A.
Krum & Co., 23 Park Raw, Now Ycrk.
Thomas Nki-son Paok, tho author of
"Maige Chan," one of the moat popu
lar Ktoriee printed of late years, will
publish tho longest story be has yet
written in the June (Viiftiry. It la en
titled "Men Lady A Story nf the
War." The romantic and eflacting
nnrrative ia put in the mouth of old
Billy, an ex-slave, and it is illustrated
with three designs by W. T. Smedley.
Faith IIkalino and Mildred phe
nomena having been the subject of
aludvand experiment by the Rev. J.
M. Bm klev, D L. (editor of the CTiria
(inn Aili-ocate and Journal), duiing the
past thirty years, he waa locently in
vited by the editor of the Century to
give the result of hia studies to the
readers of that magaiae. Dr. Buck
ley's article will appear in the June
Ceirfury, and is likely to attract un
usual attention. Ha fbat fella how he
came to take up the subject; he after
ward discussta the Let and re henries
"testimony to i artieulars." Ha then
explains the facts, give hU "induc
tions," dUcuasesthe miracles of ChriBt
and of the apo ties, examinea the
claims of "Chrmtian Faith-Hea!ers"
technically ro called and in conclu
sion present what he believes to be
"the Chria ian doc.rine of answer to
prayer."
Tb IUiulralnl Graphic Xcu of this
week will be even a more remarkable
paper than any ever before issued. It
will contain piituree of the annual
Masonic Conclave in Best ion at Cincin
nati this week, with views of the new
cathedral just completed and portraits
of leading thirty-third degree Masons.
It will give exciting ecenes fr m the
terrible Chicago riets, exhibiting tho
(earful bomrt exploeinn, together with
portraits of the Hheriff, Mayor, promi
nent police c iiiciii'8 and murdered offi
cers. There will aleo be a splendid
presentation of the rreat Kentucky
Derby, to be run on Friday, the 14th
Inst., showing every prominent s'ar er,
track, buihiiiigfl, nuted horietnen and
r til Mule of the ImibV.lle Jo-key Club.
New York'e police force, "the finest
in the world," are treated upon with
iMitVts of ,we f: mo "a Inspector
Burei, Oapi. Man ay "id t'apt. Wil
liam'. The a i "ii- R rn'"gton rifle
Wort-, ii Ilioi , N". Y w .uh recent y
s e I. and Mi- ihe s r. ns Hoods at
Iijuireal will be illuairated.
t.'relde t Anhnr'ttupravlna;
Kverjr l.
New Yohw, May 12.-It waa Muted
this morning at Ex-President Arthur's
bouse that be wns in his usual health
and nc every day.
,-'3 -Ieitire Trip.
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1
DISAFFECTEIi LIBER1LS.
POLITICAL JIEETIXG AT CHAM
BLKLlIN'S RESIDL.M'E.
Tbe withdrawal of the Home-Rule
BUI Demanded Resolutions
Adopted.
Los pos, May 12. A political meet
ing waa held at the city residence ef
Mr. Joseph Chamberlain to-day.
Sixty members of the Houe of Com
'mous were preaent. Mr. Chamber
lain explained the renewal r f his act
ivity against Gladstone's home-rule
bill by Haying1 that he had been clearly
informed luet Saturday that the
Premier waa prepared to expunge
from tho measure the clause exclud
ing Irish representatives from sitting
at Vestmiiist"r, and thus ma ntain
the unity of the empire a' desired by
the Haificula Mr. Chaiulierlnin de
clared that nothing sho t if the with
drawal of the home rule kill would
restore unity among the Liberals.
The meeting unanimously adopted
resolutions declaring that those pres
ent would d j the u iiiort in their
power to oppose the government's
Irish bills, as theM wan no hope that
the measurcH would be amended in a
way to uittk them acceptable to the
followers of Mr. Chauibeilain.
Mr. Cnino, Liberal mi mber for Bar-row-in-Furnesaia,
statxl that 102 Lib
oial members have promised to vote
againat the home-rule bill, and that
there ae 34 other Liberal member
who are undecided as to w hut course
to pursue toward it. Mr. Guinea so
stilted that the government action
Monday in not conceding the reten
tion of Irish representation caused
many Liberals who had intended to
vote with tho government to change
their minds.
The relations between Mr. Cham
bernin and Lord Hartington are very
cord al.
Tbe Ureefc t'rlala.
Athens, May 12.-Th, ministerial
crisis continues Tho Greek licet is
oll'ectiiiilly blocradeii. ompti De
M- uy, the Frcii' h Mini tcr to Greece,
denieH tho report put in circulation
here that he baa been r. called to
Paris.
The Liverpool hbow Fpollrl by
Main.
LivKRPonr., May 12. Th're has been
a ceaseless downpouring of ruin ever
since early yesterday afternoon and
the royal piogramme has btcn ctir
tiiled vmmr
MOST FERECr FnADE
rrotarotl wltb iw'ol;i) rprd to health.
N'n Amnioiiln, Uaiti ur Aluio.
PftlCE BAKING fOlVOCH CO..
CHICACO. ST. lOlII"
Swift's Specific
la nature'i own remedy, made from root
gathered from the foretta of Gcoriia. Th
uethodby which It It maJe waa obtainrd by
a half-breed from tha Creek Indiana who in
habited a certain portion ot Ueuraia, which
waa con munlcated to' one of tha early aet
tiara, and thua tha formula baa bean handed
down to tha preaent day. Tha above cut rep
rerenta tha method of manufacture twenty
yeara ano, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of tha
prevent proprietora. Tha demand fcaa been
(radaally Inoreaainf, until a 100,000 lab
oratory ia now nocesarj to aupply the trade.
A foreign demand hat bean created, and en
larged facilities will be necetaary to meet It.
Thia treat
Vegetable lHootl Purillcr
(THEN
Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula,
Eczema, Ulcers, Rheuma
tism 2nd Blood Taint,
hereditury, or otherwise, without tha use cr
Mercury or Potaah.
Hooka on "ConUsioun Blood Foiion" and
on "mod and Skin Piaeaaae," mailed!fre.
For nla by all druMlm.
Tit k -virr si'kcific co..
Jl'iy-' ?Sd StDrawer 3. Atlanta,
pro -o
r WILBOB'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVER
K OIL AND LIME. A
Wllbor'ai'od-I.Uer Oil and Lime.
P-tftfii who bave bpei Mkina? Cod-Liver
Ii 1 i" 1 e ptfH-o I 'n 'hit Dr. Wilbor
h'.h ,"iiv'e'.dei irom .1 ir, , 1 i in of aeveral
combisint Iha
pare it m.d l.; i i-i
1 l ii'tr-' -lit lo 1 o t'K'
!.' " i" inelaie ' - rrc If i;l
j. :t uuer iqm ik
1' ... -.. 1.
1 .1 11 rim'-
- ..n.lerful. Ver?
m n eernopsi v. iio-r were rroniiunrr
toiwlen. and who had t.kon the clear Oil tor
a tuna time without maikrd e Sect, hare be' n
entirely cured br uiiue thia p.eparation. Be
nure and act the -nnine. Maoutaetired
only by A. H. Wii.soa, theniiti Boston,
bold b all druct'';'
WHAT IS 1T7
lf.ArSir Iti CAl'SKS and CI UK. by
one who waa deaf twenty-Mubt yeMrn.
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Dissolution Motice.
TUE firm of SPEKD A PHILLIPS la tbia day dinolred by mutual consent. Tha old
nrm of JOHN K. bPEED k CO. will continue the business at tbe same place, Ne. Si
Front street. JON K;K1.
Memphis, T;nB.. May , 18.i. J. M. PHILLIPS.
withdiiawaij OAnD.
rN retirina from tha arm of SPKED & PHILLIPS, I oommend tn. auecefpors of the old
L firm to tha ood will of my frienda. J. M. PHILLIPS.
CHANGE OF FIRM.
TUB firm of SPEED A PHILLIPS bavlnt thia day been dissolved by mutual consent, wa
solicit their and our frienda for a continuance o patronage, guaranteeing that all
business entrusted to n shall he ac carefully looked after aa heretofore.
MThl. Ten-.. Mv H. ltituv. JOHN K. PPFKD CO.
r. at. ALSION, r K. W. .U'lWKLi,,
ALSTON, GROWELL & 60,
And Commission Xerchanta. nay. Corn Oatg, Ili !i, Cfaop Feed, Oil-Seal,
Llm. , t'emeut, PLnter, Baildio? and Flra Brlcfc, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
D.T. POUTER.
MM
i, iLa.ikyi Vtizg ifr;
diccesgors to rOBTEB, TAILOR CO..
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nn. IW PROWT RTHT-T WT!WrtTTT. nr-ff-ayi
THE HTML
OF.KfBWIITOHK.
Klt'IIAItD A.'.McCrBDY. i t t : Fresident.
ASSETS, :::::: $109,000,000
Snrrsider TaJaeaiilndoned on Policial. tBo:Forreltnr..Ctaeapat
1st tbe World.
.. xan.axcxzu', imc.i a.. i 33.iaiin.r.
JNO. F. WILKi-RSON, Agent,
TSo. 2 Cot ton ETrliamge ItnlMliig, HTiiiplila.
Tazoo Mississippi Delta Timber Co.
MEKIGOLD STATION, L..N.0.&T. R.K., MISSISSIPPI.
lOT.MUu from Memphis, T.nn. 113' Mil.sifrom Vicksburg, Miss.
Will saw to order and furnish good merchantable
Cvpross Lumber.
JNlCAR-LOADiLOTSF.rO.IB., CARS AT THEIR MILLS, FOR
:- $12.50 PER M.-
ajar Dimensions and Building ILumber. CrpreM Shingles Dre.d Flooring, Ceilinglao
Siding, kept constantly on hand. Orders by mail respectlully aolioited. Address:
FUO'K MKHU.OMi fHTPKHIXTEXIK!VT.
MOTES I
Air Will pay Good Prices for, MOTES, GIN FALLS an.
THASHY.COITOA ot all ;deiaorlptlons.Scnd for Clrcalsr
and Prices Paid.".
:rxr. w. sJE-Eai-SRis, Jr.
75 Vnrxtfi Street. Memphis. Tenn.
H. 0. PEARCE.
Me C, Fearce & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Tilerch'ts.
No. 2TB TRONT STREET, MEMPEHS. TENN.
l(it(oWiv.hn---.aitl iMlM.aiTln-iif-
J. T. FAROASON. J. A. HUNT. C. C. HEIM. R. A. PARKER. E. L. W00DS0B
J. T. FAROASON & GO,
VhoIesale Grocers & Cotton Factory
SO Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton consigned to ua will hav. our careful attention. W. carry at all times a wall-
selected stock ot
Stapl3 & Fancy Groceries, WiR3S,Liquor8,Tobacc8&.Cigsr
Awcl will aiolt I.w b iMwtml.
SAP0LL0X HILL, President, f. X. WlLKEIlS0N,TIw-Frc8iae
H. J. LYSX, Caahlci.
r uImm rtvX- Ti-MM
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DOU OEKERAI. 1IRK AKD ilARIHB BCSINENS.
A QUARTER OF A MIL-ION DOLLARS FU LL PAID CAPITAL
EinBOTOHBi
H. FUR8TENHKIM. WM. I. COLE. JAMES REILLT, JOHN L0A9CI
fi. MANSFIELD. D. MTERti, W. D. BEIUKLL.
Ofilce 19 lytaflUnii Street. XeraplilH. Tenu
AT CRAIG'S
SEED
r&rming Tools, Grass
sets, uiAu-ic v.
CORN AKD COTTON PLANTERS.
o.x-tj ia A"C(.. 3SIEHPUIS.
41. U. sSAUKI.
U. W. jfACBAE.
Iff. Ill
tors
i. ac
LIFE 1.
JOHN L. McCLELLAN.
o M 'I ' I
SEED STORE,
COM
Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
9
ffi. 0.
B- l;B-
WHAT IS IT7
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,C00.
Wa do herrby enriify lu ft ntptrvtu the
bt on(imff for all Ihe JKontAiy ai (fuor
lerit Hiairinpt of ike Louutana Slot Lottery
tomponv- pwsoa aaanow eonJro
the fr-rinn'thrmtlttt, and that tht s-e
or. conrt t i7rdwtf otv, faimen and in
oood faith toictird all nrtict. and tre ni-'ioriw
l rirpany lo iu. thit ot cale, lott fac
limilrn of our tignuturu o((K, it d
vcrturiiH-ntn.
s
Commlaatoaicn.
We, tht undrrtinfit. Banks and Banker,
mil pav all Prime draien in The iouinana
State hotterixe which may be presented at our
Counters.
J. H.OtlLKSBT.PrM. I .a. Jfat'l Bank.
l.W.HILBRKTH.I're'a.StnteHnt'l Bk
A. BALDWIN, Pre. Bf. O. JVat. Bk.
UXPRECEDEXTEU ATTRACTION I
Over Haifa Million IMctribated.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Iaoorporawd In IBM for tw.nty-fiv. yeara
by iha (..eiiialature for Educational and
Coaritabl. purposes with a eapitaj of 1,-
(XKI haa since been adled.
By an orerwbelming popular yoie w
franchise was made a part of the pretenttat
OnnatitutioD! adopted December 2d, A.S.
1871.
11. Grand Binicle KnmberPraw.
I nice will ink lave nionllily. It never
scales or pnntponeu Look at tho following
DiDtrihutiun:
193ilRAXD MONTHLY
AKD TBI
Extraordinary Quarterly Drawinj
Inth. Academy of Masic, Sew Orleans,
Tuesday, June 15, 1HH8,
Under the personal supervision and manr
auement ot
tlftx.U.T. Branreaard .of Louisiana, and
Uu. Jabal A. Karly. of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
awNOTICE-Ticketa ar. Tn nollnraj
ouly. Halves, 3. Fifths, 8i.
Tenths, 81.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital Prire of. 8150,000 tlW.OOC
1 Grand Prise of MI.OIK) 50,000
1 Grand Pris. of ai,0(X 20,000
2 Large Prises of 10,000 M.. 120,000
4 Large Priios of. 5,000 20,000
20 l'rites of. 1,000 20,000
50 Prizes of. 60(1 Si.MO
100 Prir.es of -"'.IKO
'0 Prires of. 21K) 4(1,000
BOO Prises of. loo iVi.000
10U0 Prises of. 60. 50,000
APPROXIMATION PRiZf.l.
100 Approximation Prites of $200... 20,000
100 Approiijiittiiin Prises of 100... '.000
luO Approximation l'niul of 75... 7,500
2279 Prises, amounting to t522,5O0
Application for rates to clubs should be
mao. only lo the olice of th. CtmpAiiyat
Kew Orloanr,
For further information writ clearly,
giviur full liddre.i. luSALA'rijN,Ei.
firess Mono Orders, or New York Exchacg.
n ordinaiy letter. Currency by Express Ut
our.xpeato), addressed
N. A. DACPHIN,
rlMtua, I a.
Or M. A. AnHIIv,
WhkIiIkus. II. C,
or at 0 WchI Con rt Ht., .Vteiuphls, Traan
Mate P. 0. 3tofiy Orders payable
and addrt-sa Knrislered Letters to
NEW ORLKANel NATIONAL, BANK,
!V'W riritt.
CHAN C3G 31 Y SALE
. :op i
R3 Al ESTATE.
No 4524, R. D.-Ohancery Court of Shelby
County II. P. Ilnbxon. administrator, etc.,
vs. M C. rrain. et al. ; It. 1). S55, 2 Win.
Jlorrow vs. P. P. hrauie et al.
TV virtue of concurrent interlocutory da
1 crees for sale, entered in the above
causes on the 28th day ii April, 18S6, M. B. 52,
pages 418 and 425. 1 will sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, in front of the
Clerk and Master's office, Court-Houee oi
Shelby county, Memphis, Tenn., on
Nalnrdny, May aa, IHHH,
within legal bourn, tbe following described
property, situated in ohelby county, Tenaee
see, to-wit:
A certain parcel of land known aa lots 4
and 5, and ph of lot 3 of country lot 494,
Beginning at the corner of Jerry Crowley'a
lot, imiueiiiatly ent of the Memphis and
Charleston railroad bridge on Marshall ave
nue; thence in a routheaftwardly direction
along the south line of Marshall avenne,
about 649 feet, to the James Sidell lot;
thence south with Sidell's west line to old
Union street; thence wostwardly to tho
Memphis and Charleston railroad; thence
northwestwardly along the line ol aaid rail
road to Jerry Crowloy'a southeast corner;
thence with Crowley's east line to th. begin
ning, th e tract ot land has beon subdi
vided in lots, plats of which can b. seen at
th. thancory Court, and the above property
will be sold according to said subdivision.
A rertein lot known as part of lot 478, and
described as the east 124 leet of lot 554 of C.
L. 4,8. fronting 124 by 148 feet on the north
side of Jefferson street.
A certain other lot, being nsrt of C. L. 4(8.
fronting 40 feet on the south side of Jeffer
son streot, with a depth of 148 leet, bounded
on the west by Bayou Uayoso and on th. east
by Keinack a lot.
Terma of Hai.-nn a credit of six and
twelve months; Interest-bearing notes with,
security required; lien retained to secure
Afl' 30 18 "iUlty f Ieden",tion'
p 8itI'Mj)??E,I-1" C1,rk n1 M"r.
Py II. F. V alsh. Deputy C. and M.
nfev&i Sri" CM '
- --U linmt ever nrlntMrl. tj-
pa -a K.r.pi-1-Bt. oat :0 Now. Ortgt
Library
i'-tw- 2i v1"' laDiet, Chair,
V ?-- BookCaaeg, louniret.
i' i'ffVI Latter Pr... r.v;?l
!ari" . - "-l LdiM'T.nnW.I.. a
I (SS3 Finit llwl. J rZLZZ
bna. Po.Uia.4o. yopart-g
CHAKCERY SALE.
PURSUANT to a decree
rendered by the
.K..C.h,lnc";L?ourtJ"t Nhille, at its Oo
tober term, 18S5 nd entered of record at
gage a5, Minute Book No. 22, in th cas. of
tsamuel Perkins vs John S. Clajbrook and
others, notice it herebr given that I will ex
pose to rublie sale, at U. courthous. do, r at
Memphis, Tennessee, upon th. termah.ro
lnalter set out, at 12 o'clock m., on th.
th. rollowmg described property, all situate.
TenVe'ssIeVrwiV;'""01 f 6Un"-
hi k- iS' "'t,,id of Auction Souar.,
r J0- south si .of Auction Squar.,
Lot No 4iiSocond street, 11
i uS'i N? fnIDt" of Ororton and Third,
I4tmeet f quare,
f"Vl,h,.b"''-lot292 Second street.
Lot 144 and part lot m, west aide of Main
street, betwwn Xatk.t end Winchester sta.
I'riis if N un. ..ur'h e sh, and the
bilanra on e edils oi li. 12, ltisr.d 24 months;
interest itnriiis iin'cs required for deferred
pa inenls, ua lien te'hined. Sal- frej from
redemption. frAMi KL PERKINS,
Vpocial Coro oi i s sioner.
Pennyroyal Pills.
"CHKHLHIKB'S EGLlt."
Thei Original nnrl Only (nunlne.
PKte and alwsys Peliable. Beware nl wort li.
i- Imitations. Indi.n.arle tn l. III X.
'"your liriiaaios tor "'lilrhtpr,e
I nal. nd tiike no other, or inclose 4a
(stamps) to us for particular, i l arrra by
r. uiro m.nii. a, , . Al'tK. hl-rh-irr
h.mlral .,
H'.l HkiIIiiiii niinnrr, Phllo'tn , .
THA UK supplied by Ui)0. C. UOOUWIS
it i '
K bolmatle Agewta, Bwion, Ha

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