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MEMPHIS: ID A1LY APPEAL THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1SS0.
INTERESTING C1TIL SERTICI DE
BATE IN THE HOUSE.
President Clereland's Adninlstra.
tion the Most XoB-Partiea "Since
SVashingtos, Jane 9. Sduk. Mr.
Willii, (.Kv , f rem the Cnmmit'ee on
Fivers anil Harbor, reported back a
resolution directing tbe Secretary of
War ti repcrt whether the right nf
drainage into the Lonisvil'e and Port
land coral ariould be conceded to the
City cf Loniville, Ky. Adopted.
Ihe House tleu en( into commit
tseof tbe whole (Mr. Mount ia..
in the chair) on tb leg sU'.ive,
cutive and judicial appropriation
Mr. Compton Md., did not propose
to answer the Si.e-ch of ill o ueu made
by his colleajje ( lr. McCoinaj). Time
would show thu'.the prophecy made by
that gentleman was not c:rreit. When
the adminibtiation had dor e its duty,
and when t'ie Jlouoe had done lis
duty, it would be seonthat the figures
prtsrnied by hia coll ague were net
correct. He proposed to address him
telf to the civil service reform provis
ion cf the bill, and he expressed his
admiration for the courage of the
Committee on Appropriations in
placing the prov:sioa on the pend
ing bul. In announcing his opposi
tion to the ru'es adopted by the Civil
Service Oommireion, he gave voice to
the sentiments of tbe people he rep
resented. lie yielded to no man, high or low,
in olhYe or cut of otlice, in the enter
tainment of an honest, earneet and
siicera desire for the thorough
economical and fconeet administration
of the civil tervice cf the Govern
ment, hutttin, lieargupd, was not ac
complished by ttie existing civil ser
vice law. The law had been a ose of
"heads I win, tails you lose." Ia case
of INpublican suciess, that patty wa.
to have tte law aud the offices; in case
of 1 niocrat c succes', that oarty was
to have the law without the cilices.
1 hat law was, he contended, uncon
stitutional, and he protested against
it aa an anti Democratic and anti
Republican usurpation of the people's
riubt. He was right pgainst tbe law
aa it stood, radically and irrecon
cilably. Mr.' Hit t 111. commented on what
he termed ttie extraordinary provision
which had bsen forced upon an ap
propriation bill to nuUify the civil
service law, It it were not ru'ed out
on a point of otddr, he hoped that
the House, representing the country
and the advanced thought of the day,
would defeat it with a eqnare vote.
The law had been tried ; it was no
longer a speculation, and it had, upon
the most thorough trial, been found to
be conducive to efficiency, honesty
and purity of the civil service. The
Committee on Appropriation did not
refuse to appropriate for the Civil Ser
vice Commission, but it coupled the
appropriation with a pro vis d which
broke down ti e barrier which pre
vented spoilsmen from appointing
'their workers ti office. He believed
that the repporso of the country to
tbe provision would prove a quietus
to the attacks upon the civil serf ice
system. He reviewed what he asserted
to be a direct violation of the law by
the Postmaster-General and the Com
missioner of i Tension?, and com
mended tbe more direct course pur
sued by the Secretary of the Treasury
in the appointment of Higgins. He
also criticised the action of the Presi
dent in appointing Mr. Oberly 88 Civil
.Service Commissioner, declaring that
that gent'eman was the very type of a
Mr. Payne, P. protested against
' -the prov-aion and called atten
. tion to the . fact that the charge
proposed to be made could be made
liy the President. To put this propo
eiti"n in the bill was to vote a want of
'confidence in the President and bis
'Cabinet. He believed that the Presi
dent was doing his best to carry out
civil fervice reh rm and that most, if
not all, of bis Cabinet were endeavor
ing in good faiih to execute the lav-'.
The only goLtlenien wbo were com?
iplaining of the civil service rule9
m ere the members of the "kitchen cab
inet," who they wera he did not know.
.Mr. Price Wis. criticised many
terns of the appropriation as being
e ttravagant. lu every place you put
y our finger there was rottenness; pet
ty ' larceny in , every prevision and
gi md larceny in the aggregate.
Br. Springer HI defended tbe
Co tnmisjioner ot Tensions from the
cia v$ra of having violated the civil
8en lice law, and declared that every
app, int aiunt made by that officer had
l.om t -strictly in accordance with tbe
0tte (-and spirit of the law. He went
on t c snow-ioas many oi ttie special
nxam tcerj appointed had been Ke
publii '-a0'' a"d called attention to the
fact tt "1 VyOiiiiniB"ioiier Dim i um r
toincl icicht.KcDubUaa holders of di
visions w'ho were not protected by the
civil se 'vice law.
Mr. 1 to-d M,, while doubting the
correctn of this statement, sug
gested tl "it Mr. Springer would make
Mr. Bla ok very unpopular wfth the
Deinocra t party if he continued his
speech. , . ,
Mr. Spr ta-por asserted that among
the emplo Va of the penton office not
nroterted Withe law half of them.v7ere
Kepublicar The printing office was
pm rrpide d-cverby Mr. runds.v:ith
2tiobemplo) v- not protected by the
la. His'oi y iwoiuti snow anu une
fact's would 'tlomonftrate that Mr.
Cleveland's administration was the
meat non-p tti-:an administration
eince that o t Ueorge Waihington.
Tbe PiesWent i'"l eadeavond iaitt
f ully and hone to execute the civil
tervice law. T'.ie democratic party
w;is in favcr of tfie execution of the
law in lct'er and'iu spirit, butthe law
was not intended", io put it ui the
hand-i of acabal to regu'ate arpoinf
ments to cilice.
Mr. BuV.erwrtlr. 0. sakl the gen
tleman fiona II inois seemed happy
that the Commiseioner of Pensions
could point tJ a fe spared mon'i
nients cl bk political party. Gentle
men 01 the . ether s de conceived it to
he a mistake to hve spared acy one.
Toe provisioa in the bill was an at
tempt, nmther wise nor wanly, to
nullify abmjluUj'y the law which mem
bers wore swora to obierve and en
force. Mr. Sprineei While you wera
Couiinisainf r of Ta'ents did you ap
point any Democrats?
Mr. Bmterwortii I d;d. I never
knew the politic ot religion of any
individual I appointed to office when j
Commissioner tf Patents; and I say,
fur'her, there never was a time when
the influence tl a Ies?.ocrat whom I
knew did not weigh rs mneh with
me as mypa'ty friends. All l want
ed to know was whether Le wis com
petent. Mr. Vk'm of Vireinia--Can you
name a Democ at you appointed ?
Sir. Bntterwoita No; nor can I
name a Republican. I do not rry
the rotter in uiy head.
Mr. Morrison I (aa vrme ths
IVrdocrat the gent'eman appointed.
Ha ia nephaw of Gen. Merr tt, and
ha 'appointed bim for b, and l have
had a good deal of tteible to keep
him in. Laughter.
. Mr. Batitrworth then went on to
criticise the provision, declaring that
no man whose capacity ranged above
that of an oybtsr could think the pro
vision bad any other object than to
remove the barrier widen protected
tbe partisan applicant. Cleveland had
come into power under a promise, ex
pressed ana not implied, that ha would
observe in all refptcts liot merely tbe
letter but tbe spirit of the civilservice
law. He read with expressions of
commendation the civ.l service mes
sage of the President and declared
that the majority in t ie Houee was
underminii'g to overthrow the Presi
dent and induce him to break the
pledge he had given to the people.
Tbere might be a difference of opin
ion as to the propriety oi the law, but
if so, why did cot the Democrats come
forward in a u anly way and tepeei it ?
They d d not do so; but while talking
with the vice of Jacob they reached
out with the band of K-iau to seize tbe
spoils. Laughter. He then quoted
from the message of Gov. Hill iu favor
of civil service reform. While be had
criticised Gov. Hill's methods, he
wanted to applaud him to the echo for
the utterance thera made. Hill wrote
like a stalwart, like a man ef experi
ence, like a man who eought to secure
honest government for his State and
the city of New York. Gov. Hill
might be the Democratic candidate
for tbe Presidency, tut he suppon i
that tbe Democratic party wou d cot
support him unless bis utterances
upon civil service reform were ex
punged. He (Mr. Bultsrw jrth) took
off his hat to those utterances, but
white the President and the Governor
of New York proc'aimed that civil
service reforai was the apple of the
Democratic eye, the leaders of the
Democratic puty hereweie attempt
ing to gouge that eye out, not in a
manly manner, but in a way that
could not commend iteeif to tbe judg
ment of the people. There would not
be a Republican vote in favor cf the
provision, and the strat ge spectacle
would be piesputed of a President, in
endeavoring to tarry on a guod ad
minibtration, being diiven for support
to those who bad a' tempted to koap
bim out of his biyh office. But gen
tlemen knew that the provision could
not pats, and lie was glad to observe
that theie weie men on the other side
who, however much they might criti
cise the distribution of offices,
stood by the law and held this Con
gress above the small conduct of city
councils or ward politicians.
Mr.Towos?nd II'. contended, in re
ply to Mr. McCjmas's speech, that the
figures would show that the Demo
cratic party had always been, and still
was, the party of economy. If the
gentleman would examine the appro
priations since the time the Demo
cratic party bad bad its share iu the
administration of the government he
would discover that the Democratic
party had been faithful to the pledges
it had made to the people. The tip
ures demonstrated clearly that since
the Democrats had come into power
there had been a steady and success
ful effort on the part cf ihe majority
to reduce the expenditures ot the
government. He quoted fiom tables
to show that since the Forty-fourth
Congress the Democratic party had
euccessfu ly reduced the expenditures,
and he called attention to the large
increase made in the Forty-eeventh
Congress, when the Republican party
had been in control of all branches of
the government. He aleo quoted
from a table to show that
during the year the Democrats had
had control of tbe House, estimates
had been submitted to the amount of
$170,840,000. Democratic Houses had
reduced these estimates $344,138,000,
but extravagant Republican Senates
had added over $114,000,000 to tbe ap
propriation bills passed by the Houses.
Passing on then to a defense of the
Pecsion Office, he attributed the as
saults made upn Commissioner Black
to the aggrieved feelings on the part of
Republicans that Mr. C.eveland had
not appointed as Commisiioner cf
Pensions some man who had served
in the Confederate army, in order
that their btump orators might go be
fore the country and declare that the
Confederates had captured tbe Capitol.
Mr. Hendeison la. tuggfsted that
the ReDubliian rartv had nlentv of
cases to go to the country ou i;hout
Mr. Townshendeatd the Repub'ican
slump orators bad gone over the
Xorth charging that if a Dpmorrat
President weie elected the Confed
erates would capture the Capitol, the
Ln:on eo uier would be deprived ot
hie pension, the rebel debt would be
ptid and the negroes agnin enslaved.
By ench demagoguery on the part of
the Republican orators the Democratic
party bad lost many Congressional
districts in the North. He declared
that when Commissioner B ack came
into office there was not a Democrat
on the list of special examiners.
Mr. Gallinger N. II., inquired how
be knew that lact.
Mr. Townshend replied that he had
authority for tbe statement.
Mr. Gallinger What authority?
Mr. Townshend Of Federal author
ity from the Pension Offioe.
Mr. Reed Me From whom?
Xi. Townshend None olyour busi
nets; I state I have it from the Pen
sion .Office, and every word of it is
true, and 1 1 believe the gentleman
knows it to be true,
Mr.-Gallin?r 1 would not take
your word for it. These, men have
not testified 1'iat they are Republi
Mr. Townshend, proceeding, said
when t en. Blavk took chrd of the
Pension. Office, of tbe 1606 employes
tbere were but seventeen X'emoora,
The first seven'.7-one special exam.
iners appointed by Coniuviisioner
Black ba; been Clt publicans, yet Re
publicans eneered at turn as trie viola
tor of the civil service law. Iimscupe
ing the eivil tervice re'orm provision,
he stated that while he thought that
il.e rales of the commission sl.oi Id be
chang.'d, as proposed, he was not jja fa
v?i ot doing this by arider r n an appro
priation bill, lie Vi ta willing to leave
the power iu the hands of the Presi
dent Ho bad confidence in the Pro
ident, in bis integrity md in hia judg
ment. Mi. McAdoo N. J.j snpported the
Mr. Cox S.C., the chairman of tb
CimmUtee tn Civil Service Rtform,
sid tliis reform was the v -ry estence
oi Democracy, it gave toe people a
pure eervice if. carriad out in its puri-
tv. It would reduce the expense of
the public, and that was one reason
whv tbe reform had gnne on. It bad
been opposed by politicians, bet the
great power tnat voice mat maisetne
politician had d-jmand'd that the re
form should go on. The gentlemen
from Illinois (Mr. Cannon) bad said
yesterday tint he believed the Chief
Exe uiive wjs the most popular Dem
ocrat in tbe country. He wouhljadd ti
that remark and wv that hewrsthe
most popular man of either rartv in
the country. Why was it? Because
he was known to be a man of the high
est integrity and purpose; that when
he gave bis pledge to the people he
would stand by that pledge. I Ap
plause The country had an Execu
tive who was a'temptiog to carry out
tbe law, and thequesimn was whether
Congress would stand by him. If Con
gress did not, tbe people of the United
Slates would. Applause
Mr. Randatl raid that the very effect
of this law was ti prevent core than
half of the people who vo:ed for
members of Coniire-:s from securing
any pr si tion in the classified service.
Shou'd not that law be assiiied? Xow,
he'e, everywhere with propriety he
would directly acd indirextiy agitate
the repeal cf sach a monstrous, such
an unjust, such an indefensible propo
si.ion as this. AppUn-eT This law
was made by Congress : ttie p-wer of
legislation rests here; this one man
has legislated and deprived Congress
of tbe pjwer which should be lodged
here. I siv with delihtration tha" I
want the eluef executive t hear what
I have to eay on this sujec. It is
not an assault on the President, but I
spy here to day that the rejir.s.nta
tives of the people, by the euattment
of tuese regulat;ons,'have been de
ceived and cheated and deprived of
the righ's which they onght to have
etood here and defended in behalf of
tbe p?oplo who Bint them here. Ap
plauee J Mr. Cieveland is not re
epocsible for these legulatit ns. Nay,
more. It has been but a
brief time eince Mr. Cleveland could
po-sibly have had any influence over
the commiision. I hope a change
will tome over the spirit of his
dreams, and that he will give us a
j'ist administration of the civil service
act. Continuing, Mr. Randall said
that the cjmmi tee had ni t iutirfered
in any degree with the law. It bad
only sought to say that the commis
sion must not attempt to exclude
from the partic pa'ion in tbo holding
of office aay considerable number r f
American citizens who were mentally
and physically capable of discharging
with credit the duty of officials. The
committee did not desire any abridge
ment of the rkdit of the Kxecnlive to
appoint, yet it did tot wish thatthre?
men should have the power of send
ing four names to tno appointing
poer from which ti select. It wished
that the appointing power shou'd
have the right to select from all these
who had passtd examination a
man in whom it could dis
cover the pioper qualifications
for the particular office. He (Mr.
Randall) had never designed to inter
fere witti the civil service act. That
act bad been the result of the univer
sal condemnation of th methods of
the Republican party. Ha would not
for a moment wUh that condition of
things which at every election turned
out the adherents of either party in
discriminately and put in those of
another. But he wanted to remind
the House that the law ti be perma
nent must bs fiir, must be just, and
t .at those who advocated this amend
ment were tryiBg to strip it of its in
justice to one party dominant in this
country. Applause. Thi closed the
general debate and the reading of. the
bill was commenced.
Mr. Mormon III. raised a oint of
order against the words "in full com
pensation" where they occur in the
general appropriations section of tbe
bill. He intended, he said, to have the
bill conform to the rule of the House,
whether it took on the civil service or
put it out. When the Committee on
Appropriitions wished to appropriate
more or less money for ealaries than
was provided by law let it bring in a
b 11 to increase or reduce them. Ap
plause, Pending; a decision of the point of
order the committee lose and the
Senator Butler read a telegram from
the Mayor and a large number of citi
zens tf Spartanburg, S. C, urging the
Senators from that State in Congress to
wo their influence in defeating the
oleomargarine bill, which tbe signers
declare the worst form of protection,
"Let people buy oleomargarine," they
S'V, "as they would any other article
Af er routine business the Senate
proceeded to the consideration of bills
on tbo calendar, under the five minute
A number of measures of minor
importance were disposed of under
the rules, and, af er ttie passage of a
number of bills for private relief, the
Ioternalionnl Tj pngraDblciU I'ulou
riTTsiiKBfi, Pa , June 9. The morn
ing te-sion of the Interca'ional Typo
graphical Union was occupied in re
ceiving resolutions and memorial
which were resd and referred to ap
propriate committees without debate.
A very large number of memoiia's
were received opposing consolidation
with the Knights of Labor. This sub
ject has been mad5 the epecial order
for 3 o'clock this afternoon, when an
executive session will be held. There
is no doubt of the defeat of any move
ment looking toward consolidation.
The Iron inl Nteel Worker.
PiTTsnuao, Pa. June 9. The Wage
Committee of tbe Amalgamated Asso
ciation and the committee represent
ing the manufacturers is in session to
day at the r'om of the Iron Associa
tion. The scale as submitted is the
same which has been in - operation
during the past year, with some modi
fications rendered necessary by
changes in the process of manufac
ture. The nailer' scale is included.
It is the general opinion, although
the conference is still In progress, that
the inaou'acturers will agree to the
scale as submitted and that it will be
signed to-day. The Amalgamated As
sociation held a session this morning,
but the business was of a routine
character, as interest centers in the
work of the Waxo Committee.
The conferences between the two
committees came toasudden termina
tion this afiernoon, several important
erriis having been discovered in the
print 'd sea) b submitted. A n adjourn
ment was ordered until 10:30 o'clock
iailui to Retnrn to Ihe Tea-Hoar
St. Loi rs, Mo., June 9.' The master
hirldersof this c ty, employing about
10W nierj, hve been considering for
some time the advisability of diecon
tinning the eight-hour plan inaugu
rated by them on the first of May, aud
of returning to the old system. J hey
agreed at a meeting held this after
coon to notify their employes, car
penters, niasins, brick-layers, etc , that
after June ISih they would be re
quired to work ten hours, and that if
they refuse men (from other cities will
be employed. The laborers sla'e that
they will return to the old plan under
no consideration, and feel confident
that new iwa brought here to fill their
places ean be persuaded to join their
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tks brewing thtmtlvt; ana thu (A mim
ant coa d ctrd kontmti, ainkM mnti m
pood fattk (ou-iirii ail rrtf .ctU rr autkorw
lA Compnnw to wrttMM, mia far
nmiUt of our 9eatun$ affucWd, tn tU md-
tritt pny n' ptc aVnicn it, fi l.iuttann
St'il LUtrri4 vau- may be pittrnted at uur
J. ll.04aLKNRT.Prra. I.at. NhI'I Rank,
J.W.Kll.KKr.ril.Frra.Mnle Xnl'l Hta
A. BALUWIN, l'rf. si. o. Mm. Bk.
UritK( KDKM Kl ATTK.U TION !
Over Haifa Million DiMribntrd.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In lHtJI for twenty. fire yean
by the Legialnture lor Educational and
Charitable purpoaea with a capital of $1,
urn, urn to which a reserve fund of over I'M, -UlKihaa
By an overwhelming popular vote Ita
franchise was made a part of the present State
Constitution, adopted December lid, A.D.
II Arnnil MngI Kninhec Draw
fUKMHIII lake plM-t monilily. Iinrver
scie or po.rp,H... Look at the following
l:iit UKAall MOM III. T
Extraordinary (Jiiurtcrly Irawiiir
In the Academy of .Music, New Orleans,
Tnt-Mlny, Juut 1.1, IHSd,
Under the personal suiierviion and man
(Jrn.tJ.T. llrnrrnrl,of t.ouiFlana, and
ast-u. JiiIkI A. kiiily.ttf Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
arN'OTICE Ticketg are T-n
uly ll.il vo, Fifths
LIST OK 1'IUZKS.
1 Caiiitnl I'riie of. l'ai,ii.
1 Hrand l'riie of Mi.usl
1 (irand l'riio of 2ci,il.
2 Large Priiea of lo.iam.
4 Large I'ritea of 5,ll.
211 I'r.ii'S ol..
,11 Trues ot..
l(l i'riiea of....
2iKI I'riiea of...,
HlKI Priiea of...
10UU Priiea of...
100 Approximation I'ritea of f.
11 Approxi.uation I'riiea of I
lis) Approximation I'riiea of
2279 Priies, ainounling to tV22,M)0
Ar pliCAtlon tor ratea to ciuoa annum ne
mud) only to the office of the Company at
For further Information write clearly,
givina tulladdres. POtrAI. NOTKM. K
presi Money Ordera, or Mew York Eichange
in ordinary letter. Currency by Kipreaa tat
our expense), addrcaaed
M. 4. nAtTPIUM,
New Orlfnna, 1 at,
Or M. A. nAI PIIIN,
Hnnhlnglou. Ik. V.,
or at IWrst t'onri Hi., N-iiibl, Trna
y.aVn P. O. Money Oi tiers payable
and add reus Kt'Ki.slcrcd Lcttornto
MEW OKLKANN NATION L BAN li.
Now Orlnn. I.a.
M,.IU u-l rut 0 I'Jil Hltiu ltJ
nii.Ni e.er priineo, now reitnr.
,nHieiil uver new, urlifl.
mil Rt)lMnf nilirw t l.llirury
Deiki, Tablet, Cnalre,
Book Caaea. tonngeg.
Ladiei' Fancy Deaka, &o
r lite.1 tliMMiN ana iaiwimc
tSHciM. IliiiiruntAMH. (1ut.lna
free. I'OHtugti 4o. o poatahb
E ALT II IN WKAI.TH.-Di. E. 0.
Will'. NlVl 1D liBtlg TgglTglRT.
a guaranteed apecifle for Hysteria, Dii
nesa. Convulaionaa, Kite, Nervous Neural
gia, Headache, Nerveva Prostration, caused
By the use of alcohol or tnbaoeoi Wake
fulneaa, Mental Depreaalon, Softening of tbe
Drain, resulting in insanity and lea, log to
mirery. decay and death! Premature o
Age, Barrenneaa, Loss of Power in either
: Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, cam, J by over-eiertion ni the brain,
aelf-abuae or overindulgence. Each box con
tains on month's treatment. II a box, ot
aix boxes for ', sent bv mail prepaid, on
receiptor price. Wo guarantee Bix lioxel
to cure any ease. With each order received
by ua for aix boiea, accompanied with .,
we will aend the ptirohaaer our written
guarantee to refund tbe money if the treat
ment does cot effect a cure. Ouaranteei
Issued onlybv A KENKERTji CO., Uru.
glsts. Memphis. T-e
A Valuable Patent.
Unucj (Homo) ( orii anil Pen Plau
ter. HAVING perfected my iDToption, I wWh
ro tlaco it before the pablio, M'floiiilly
nj innfaoturern. Ah a Corn PUoter. It in a
perteot huomm openi th drill, dtrtrlbutcd
th teed socLrately aniniursd, tnd cover d
th iuih6i thereby one uiaa performing the
work of three. Thev hare been Died In
this lection for over a down yearn with inr
feot Batiafaotion. can give reiponiibla teiti
J0I1N 11. DANCY.DanoyT-lUe,
Hnvwond ftnnnt. Ti.
CURTIS & CO.
817 nnd 81 THrST. LOUIS,
N. Second St. f v 1 Miautuai.'
0M If Of BOILERS
LOGGERS' &. RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
8AWAND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
4 f WHITE FOIl C'ATAIXMiifJIC
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Europe and Uni
ted Stales. Hut A-iilal In
I iilli'il Mnlen foroelebrated
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takes tmitKlna; out of
knees restores pantaloons to
original shape. Only patented
Htretrher combining screw rm
in combination with clamps.
All others infringements.
Original and on yalrrlvtaer
l..r srrnlli-iMPU'a llnfl. l!v
Eipross securely packed, l'nce 12 Ml. Write
for circulars. Agents wimted in every city.
U W. M ltltl'MI A- ., Hmn,Wiii.
M CM I'll
CJTdCKMEN. fr , dairymen, and all
i,mier. ,,r famiuB and favorite
breed, are infor . that.the above ahipment
will comprise a :j choice aasorlmeni of
lil'LLS (IS months oldl : YKARLINH IIKIF
KKSltocalvo niirly in ltxT); CALVES (of
both soies and dropped thia spring).
All pure bred and aelei tel by noted iu.lKcs
with tho crtu'e-t euro from wi-l1- known bol
ter fiinilk'S wilh high-cas milking str.uns.
I'iirties wuntiug strictly flr.-t- 'U-s animals
for found.ition st ,'k to su'effully e-tsljli-lt
a herd, are r nlia'.ly invited to correspond.
Our pri'-es will be found reasonable special
terma lorordora. Apply lor full information
to AIM.Ms'jN 4 KOVALDS'JN.
M Leadonh.ill street, Londin, Englii'd. .
t?;. -.'3 ;;-?.
it .i,. :rsrtJ
CAN ( CURED WITHOUT THE USEOP OPIUM OR 'MORPHINE!
The tgVrfi.'nJ Br'f iuMUhed at !?t T , lis. aaya' TaedTongalinetBieeaeof famralria of tt eref
lu the Jum- lW, Lv-nr : ' Many tax. l.-nnut- V? io"" "''Kib bl r.-u.il 1 itiail
Ul uir mm , ' , mun i, I . In.m " "al iu,illi. d, nj ua pui.nl Las eav
Vliluua l.i tho uie- of opium, r a or. I, i., . In.m n,. Ir. m b, r rianpUii.1."
the of tli.M' itnun" lortlic It- f - i Vural " k u Kog, M U. twnlrrvflle. M
gia II la gratniiig uowic " o imu
k.jouji Ciiiiwjiiein i nmy av, ti. . ,y ito
uaeiif TuNiiAi iNh, w litt-li Ui alnii! u in,
iu the acuu; lunu f Nourulifla.
K,)H HAI-K BY ALL I)Kt'(.iil.STM.
4. rVFt LIT g. S pitvr.r..t..r 7QW n.l
THE LIVERiV.ORE FOUNDRY
FOUXDItY & MACHIXK DKl'T,
Iron .! kaa.ae--,'' , . ;
Brass (' ; "f
... mil. - . . 3T T;t-
Rrnlraj. T! "rt-- - '
IRON & RAILWAY JSl lTLY DEl'T, 220 and 228 Second St.
(Succeasora in this lepartment to JvlllN MANOOCE.)
ajar Write ns for information on AN V X tt 1 N 11 in either line.
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A, BAILEY & CO,,
HP ILbTIT 3S -ES
'.I'.IG Second Ntrool, HoiuphlM.
LARtlK AND COMI'LKTK (STOCK OF I'HIMIIKUS. (IAS ANlt STRAM V ITT B H. 1
Materials, I'umps. Drive Wells, Iron. Lead and Stone l'ipe, Has ruliirel. Ulolies, Kta
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Hirt oi, : : emtiliU. TentK,
MXff ABO F I.A HI tie-MI LI., AvT-Tllll,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shlngltw. Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar routs.
A. YACCARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
WOR. T A V?) SRrfi FWOWT STTt WT MVMPPTH
SLEDGE ItKOS.or Como, Minn.
No. 385 Front Street Hemnhii1 Tennfliwee
HILL, FONTAINE & 007
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
Front St., JfeinpulB, Tenn
MILL. FONTAINE &
Cotton Factors, Commission Elerchanto,
3To. 11C Keuth Main St., Pit. TiauU.
Cotton Factors, Yholesale Grocers,
Wo. SOrt Front ro. t TfrowwliN. Tmi,
(MUTKSMsKS TO H EACH AN IIOKIOS)
Old Stand, No. 0 Union St., Mcmnli.s.
II. J. LN.,
ills City Fire & Cb
DUEN A HF.1SKKAI. FIKE A BID JIARINK KlNISKsW.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
e ltt 3faliM.n Ntreet. ?f 'rn?jhlw. T
JOHN REID. , J1L K 1 ES
Doors, Sash, BWuis. Flooring, CciJinj, Si-nrj, SHngl,
HonlillBK, l.nlbe, Cedar fomt ' Mi. fi-.
Hv Krrn T nrln a fair trial In NmnJHaj
T'turniv tritnt s ijniori. ''lh'(sW Hli"
uiiMtfor tiiM Uu." J. 1'. KihiLKla, ,lii
I oniml'T Tiursline the beet prp- -aB for
U V.1H vAVM.n.. Puwnlle, Ma
I'HU'K pNK IXJlXAR TKR BtrTTLK
HI WSHINroW AVKNTK, WT. UVU.
AND MACHINE COMPAN
Kioto 171 .datns St., Mtniphifv
" '. . ' V-tv ' Bnr ,ron-
- . : t B""r
f ra.u5T r . , Hraa.
0. K. WITT.
F. M. N0KFLEET, RoBldent Partner.