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MEMPHIS DAILY APpMiwiVI
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THE NORTHERS PICiriC LAJiD
Paw! the Senate by Almost
I'mbImoos Tote The Day
la Ue House.
Washihotok, June 15. nount. Mr.
Frederick I la., from the Committee
on Invalid IYmioor-, repoited back
itb meB.lnirnt, Senate bill for the
relit f of soldiera of the late war hon
orably (1 srhirpf d gflor throe months'
service aud who a e distbltd and de
pend! nt ontht-irown labor for iap
lt. Committee of the whole.
The Howe thtn went ints Cimniit
tee of th whole, Mr. Blnutt . in
the rl-b!, on the Initiative appropri
Tbep-'ntlinK anirndmnt wai that
ofletei by Mr. O'Neill Mo. rw-tiling
the BUry of the Aw-mUnt Traaflaier
at St. jon to ttrl0, the amount ap-proprint-d
by the hill holna t-NXXI.
Mr. Hincock N. Y. made a
Btntoim-iit relative to the eipenditnrts
of tho government and tbe ("ti mated
rtveniiu The aitgrrgite annuut of
the appropriation" an the ai p-opria
ti insbill now stood m J22f,74),3IU
The amount carried by the BULilry
Civil h II wai f-'Ol.O.W.H-.U Tho tie
fiVi' nry hill wnu'd exceed H,5OO,0)0,
and the (or'ifii at onliill would amrunt
to $72(1,000. The addition to the naval
bi'l wmi d he $:t,(KX),()iH); the miecel
lanenn appritpMn'iom would amount
to f'-V'OO.OiHi. Bnd there would he le
qu'ie'l o refund duliea undtrttie re
rent deri-ion of the Supreme Court
$IOOO0,flOO, the ftj-M'nte lieing .'7:,-O-H.IMII.
The etima'ed annual appro
priation, were $ 1 1 8,0lX, 00, niak ng a
grand MUl of f:M 1,028,13:1 Tho m-ti-mated
n CHipM were only $:i:iO,(H 0,(K)(),
while "he p'li-tal revenue would amount
to $ 47,w.i 000, making an ag?-egite of
t:t77,0:i,K'0, and eavirg a dellcit for
the ut-xlflwal year of ov.r14 013,000;
the nr-rt tiacnl year wan to we a ilellcit
Ot H4, 000,000 on the tnoHt (nervii
tive (Btiinat. When the chairmin of
the I'nmmittee of Way a and Means
rep rtnl tin hill, he aaid that the
eipemh'ime for the (Iu'hI year 18W
were :t(5,H:10,970. The (Igures lie
Mr. Hiscoc'k) proRented thowed that
the agg'tgate amonnt ot appropria
tions would ei'eed that sum by.JHS,
an attempt to reluce tariff tax-sand
he thought this wan an orra'inn upon
which h slioind call tho altuntion ol
the chairmen of the Ooinmitttea on
Ways a dMcanxard Appropriaiiona
to the Httrtling Hgnrra -
Mr. Kiuidull raid tbe: (ignrea were
not a nrpiie to him. They could be
In eome degreo sccomilfd lor. In the
fiiMt place tho incr.Wfta thia year over
lant yeir lot pension wag t5,75O,O0O.
There wts no man htro who was not
will n g io give thin increnee, og'iniated
to V o H'cefHury, to py the pcncinin
due to the anldier. Aijo'her amo of
incr ai huh tlie river and ha'hnr hill,
which nppropriMti-d $l",25il,0XI, mnk
ing ai agiegttM inreiuiof SI ,0111,
000. He a ImitU-d'thnt the ligniej
pies nlfl hy the gent'emnn frnm New
Vr rk nrght he correct, hut thev were
baned ui on the oonjiliou of tho ap
propr atiiui hil'e at 1 his time, when
Bouio of the hills hhd not pH od the
Hoilfe, lomn were pending in tho
Ben; Us and some were in cntifcreiKO.
He thoiigiit the gontlemaii'a tigtirea
weretoiiigh. It waa lifa (Mr. Kan
da1!') jii-'gmenttthat the appiopria
tiou would aliiill' e(lHl the es minted
revetuo. He objected to tho aammp
tiona that the river and harbor
hill wou'd be arprr vod at the highest
flgi ree. 8o far as ho was aide to nee
there was a reduction in every one ol
the annual aVpropriatlon bills reported
' i this llouee, whether they rame
the Appropriations Committee
Oi ;tiv commi'toe to which appropris
ti '"ulies bad been asaigned. Hut
he n led to admonish the Houeo.
f-i d especially the Democratic side of
use, that it ought to fo'low
ilu I- v the lecnmnientiation ol every
or. i those cominittf ea, and to keep
th ppropriai iona down to the lowest
yoii.u The condi ion was not one of
np oprlntion, but it was one that
toiiipelled and demanded the ntmoet
caution on the part of the Democratic
aido of the !! line to see that not one
ut necessary dollar was appropriated
In any ol the annual appropriation
Mr. Morrison III. en id that the es
timate of revenue and expenditure
pronen'ed by the gentleman fiom New
York were as ineinctire ita hia pnrpo'e
in presenting them waiunjuxt. lie (Mr.
Morris ) Pad had orcaaion s inie
time ag i to r-ta'e that tUe end ol the
lisi al year wou'd show atl increased
revenno and decreaed expeuditute,
and now wi'hin two wreks of the end
ol the ytar, he etntrd on whathx
knew to hi the fac's that he had
rather innletHMled than overftatcd
the fB'iinatH he had mule in his re
poit. Every approprin'ion b II that
had gone ttnough the Home or been
reported to it had appropriated less
thau had been appropriated lor the
current year. It whh trm that there
cunio an unexpected expenditure out
ol t' e di ia-on ot the Supreme Coii't
to the etlect thi't the jjoverument
nni't r. fninl dut ta aa-tHsed on peck
agen and covering on Imported goods.
BtU t'i Demomalie Ihnie ws not
reFiionsihle fur this. The decia'on
had come s a ic-ult of Uepub
liian huiglii'K whoa they piuwd
their tarill bill. There was plenty cd
tnouev in the Tieasury to-day ta pay
the 1 0,000,000 for the current year,
aud in future yea-, if tho tariff bill
we e pa'tted with Mr. Hcwitt'a amend
moat attai hed, the $10,00(i,OtH) would
be paid lit) the Treasury i net e id of
being paid oat.
After f ome f urlher dcbltfe the amend
tnetat wiis agreed to, us were also a
number of others, after which the
Hon e adj mined.
After rou'ine husiotss in the Sen
at, Senut r l'eck remerked tl a', owing
to the auhmiwion yoder.ley of iSen
atir lviiuunds's resolution, which
Wu'tkl ndiuit of debate ou a motion to
reiMiisidr.be (Senator li ck I would
await t-ie rtport of the Cjuimitiee on
Ki'ej ai t Hat r.Silntion htfjie
Ctlliec np the Hawley motion to re
consider the vot hy which ttie Sena e
pamMd the bill ti prohibit members
of Oonjie'H from b-JComiug attorneys
o' railroad compardes.
On tnolion of Senntor Dolph, the
Northern ra-iflc forfeiture bill was
taken up,and S nator George resumed
Iiis rejiarks on the hid. S.-mator
Oeoiga eutered on an elaborite fg
rj;u!uent to flnw that the conr.pany
was no!, ent iled to any lands not
erntd trictly within the term of tbe
gruut lis a-gii-d that the landa ad
mit edly at ti nl belonged ta the whole
people oi the Uni ed Matee; that they
were grauted to the railroad company
on certain coudit'oaa preeerib'd in
utunliiio oi l thiitnn to a Vii v lartre
quantity cf the land, the roini tiona
luil not Deen conipupu i n wiioiu
th time pr8' ribed ; that ihe atirn
if the ctDte sol the government in
accepting lections oi the read af;er
the time prescribed by the act wai
not in accoi dance with law; that the r
action was therefor void; that tha
failure of the government officers t9
discharge tbsir duty according to law
cou'd be no eet'npel, either legal or
equitable, upon the government, and
tbe Congrees could not now refoae to
forfeit all the unearned land, inas
much as Conrets was not dea'lng
with lis own property, bat with the
tiroperly cf the people of tho United
States. As to tbe argpment in favor
of equitable estoppel, Senator George
naainUind it to be eqnivalent to ray
ins; that whenever a rilioad company
cou'd corrupt the government ciliceis
in order to induce them to fail in the
performance of their duty, then that
such corrupt failure was to be binding
on th people of toe United States.
This would he a monstrous doctrine.
He analyzed et length the decisions of
United Sta'ea Supreme Cjnrt to sup
port varioue (oiota in his argument
Senator tiiorge finally contended
that uoder tho granting act the power
of Congress was ample, and its dnty
plain, to teke pes ei-sion of tbe North
ern Pc tic K.ilway Compiny, and
either sell it or do wi'h it as Congress
might otherwise ace fit. in orJer to
complete tho lineol read for the build
ing of which the land wts originally
Af eracmn flutter debate the bill
was brought to a vote and was passed
yei-s, 42; nys, 1 (Senator Ulair).
On motion of Sera'or D lph the bill
repealing the pre emptioo, timber
cu'tura end deaett land ads ws then
laid bef ire tbe Seriate, and is the un
finished bus ness for to-mc rra.
The Senate then adjourned.
The Korlh American Turner Blind.
ISohton, MAHH.,June 15. The North
American Turner llnnd tonvent'on
this morning adopt-d the report cf
the Committee on I'rac ical (iymna
t'cs, recemmending that the German
language be nsed in class instructions;
that the nrufe(Hional tttr.chors be ut 1
ized hi pliyeical exercUes, but be al
lowed to compete for prz.-e only when
tho ompitition 'a of an inteile tiial
char.'c'er; th tthereport of the Tech
i.ioal Committee on AstliHtic Culture
receive the espec'at attention of
tHrners, and that special crmpetit;nn
of annual f.ativals be done away with.
The Committee on Intellectual EtTrt
I. rfsnted a majority and minority re
port, chion cling an unusual amount
of intellei timl activity. In regard to
t'i .-1 ropof al ol the Ijike Erie Distiict.to
appoint an agitator to traverse the
country, delivering addresees at the
diU'trent unioiiB, the commit too recore
mondedthe utilisation ol money, re
served in various ways, with a view to
promo'ing the in'ollectutl work of tbe
unions. Too great a change in the di
rection of eubsiitu ing the English
language for the German language ws
deprecated. The minority repoit
diflered from the majority in the s ng
nlar parliculur of recommending Eng
lieh for instmc'ion in tbe gymnastic
exercises ol the turners.
Fact ind rignrea.
The ll)2d (irand Monthly DiNtr.bu
tion of the wfrld-fmned Loniniana
State Lottery t"ok p acre at noon on
Tuesdav, Miy 11th, 18H(1, in the city cf
New Orleans, under the sole manage
ment of Gene. U. T. Beaim-gnrd c-f
Ixmisiana, and Juhnl A. Early ol V.r
glnia, when f'M -,600 weresi attoreil all
over the world. Ticket Nn. 7ri,'J4-l
drew tho Fits' cepital r'ze, which was
auld in fractions ol one fifth
at $1 each : otie-flfth was he'd
by W. Hunt, Vineton, Ala.,
collected through City National Biink
o! Selms, Ala. ; another Jif h col'ecled
thrcugh Wells, Enrgn Co 's bmk of
San Francisco, Cal. ; another to Htury
Tohtihton, collected through Chaunrey
J, St .-dw ell, train mrster Clevelanil,
Columhus, Cincinnati and Indianapo
lis railroid, Cleveland, O. ; another to
John O son, No. 71) East Fourth street,
New York city, collected through
Adams Express Company; and
another to C. H. llesfcy,
West Enrsburg, Vt., collect
ed through the National I'ark
linnk of New York city This will be
repeated on Tu s lay, July 13th, and
any information thereof can bs had on
application to M. A. Dauphin, New
The Banana Vltj Hhottllns.
Kansas Citv, Mo, June 15. Tho
victims cf yesterday's shooting ndray
are quits comfortable to-day. No
doubta ate entertained of the recovery
ol Mr. M unfoid or Mias Htreeter.
Mr. Hall's condition, however, is
grave. The bullet, which lo fg 'd in
his neck, near the base of the brain,
still remains. The doctors have been
unable to reach it. Mr. Ctrlile, who
did tho shcoting, is (till held at t(.e
Burned to Crlau.
Habikh, Kas June 15. About
nonn vet . '..y, whi.'e Mary Adams
was piit'.in.' ro;t in a hot stove, the
tl unit s ! 1 out i il extdeded a cojI
Oil can t-'. 1 1 . ' i Hi ;ir, I lo- otiruit'g enn
tenta h-'ioi. d t! i:iiT 1 nii im, n.l,
Irenzie.l, si e lftli fi-tiias t lit s'uvt, Uie
wind ilu reiiint' the ilmnc" as iho wei.t,
bo that t ie a ninuiHt hnrne I to a
triep. Miii -hrd I si', ni-ht. Capt.
Adams, wio is iili'n' ot tae Ihily
(irajihir, li:i I one tu tli country with
his wife end know nothing of the ta I
all'.iir U'H '. n tinning at 4 o'clock,
when tl.iy wuie nlmoft prcfitiated
MlrhlKMu'a Nrml-4 rnlenulnl.
Lnsino, Mo u., June 15. Michigan
Is celebrating iu semi-centennial t
day under dilllctilti". The heat was
intn?e, and the gidherii g so small
as to he d'srourajing. Tho exeroites
were opened at 10 o'clock with prayer
by the Kev. Ge rge Taylor of Laniing,
followed hy (lov. Alger, who deliv
ered the iddress of welcome. Ad
dress's wer made by Judges Cooley
and Campbell. Music is the great
eat tire of the semi-centennial, ad
dresses being seemdary.
Ballrsad Bold Out.
St. Ixicis, Mo., June 15. A degree
of foreclosure was entered in Judira
I.tihki a cnu't in the cass if the St.
IiOira, Salem and Idltle liwk rail'oad
Ttie suit is entered by the Union
Trust Comrany, trustee for the bond
holders. Tliers has been a diNnltin
reepect of Ir.t-irest on f l,i 00,0t 0 ( f
bouds for four half vesrs, nmoui.ting
to $140,000. The trustre fnecha-a
uuder the supeivisi -n of the court.
la lue Dear Old Uiijra.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the Fame on the de
sirableness ot a fine head cf hair. If
you mourn the lose of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Farker'a Hair Baleara will make you
look as you did in the dear Id days.
It is worth trving. The nrly standard
60 cents articfe for the hair.
(lave Tp.ller 1,1 le an Kflorl Nave
Ci.cvei.ano, O., June 15 At Fekin,
Ohio, to-dav, Mrs. Niah Mrssholder,
aged til, a ttsmp'ed to save 'he life t
a lit'le (h Id wh'ch hud wardeied cn
a radroa I t'ack hi fare an appioaihing
tiain. Both were metant'iy killed.
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GOOD RABBI GOTNiEIH.
HIS MEXOST H050RED BY THE
By the Coarts f Lonlniana and by
All the M BalclpaJ and Mercantile
Bodlea ef 5cw Orleaai.
Nw Orleaitr, La., June 15. The
luneral cf Rabbi J. K. Gotheim took
pla?o yesterdsy. As amark of te-pet t
to the memory cf tbe deceased rabbi
many stores were closed, and tho Dis
trict Court adjourned aftr a eulrgy
had been pronounced by Judge Men
roe, and the Btati Senate adjourned
out of respect t J hia memory, after de
livering addresses eulcg's'ic of the
deceased. The funeral cermooiea
commenced at 3 p.m. at tbe Temp'e
S.nal. Theie was a great throng cf
people present, including all national
ities a: d clergy of all denrmira'ions,
a'soa number of rabbis ttom Alabama,
Misnaappi, Teaneses and Texas.
The ceremo,ie, which were verv im
ncaintr, were couductad by the Revs.
Lowentbal of San Antinio, Ix-ncht of
New Cleans, Berkaurla of Mobilo,
Sn-fi-ld of Memphis, and Hecht of
Montgnmerr, asiistfd by others. A
eulogy was delivered hy the ll-v. M.
B. 1 'aimer of the Presbyterian Church
OHDKB Or CEBKMONIIS.
Orgsn Voluntary A dira, by the
comioned choirs of Touro 8yi.agogui
BLid Temple inai, and a put of tbe
requiem oy Kais-r; the rending of the
nil ctieth I'ua m and come Siriptual
eriiee, aud prjyer by the visiting
Alto Solo (Mendelssohn) By Mine.
1 ddress Rabbi I. L. Lt u ht.
Ctioir Ciievite, a art ol the memo
rial service of the Dy of Aionen.ont
Address By a visiting rabbi.
Choir raraphia;e cf the twenty
third lVa in, sung hy male (Ctette.
Addre. Hy Dr. i'a'mer.
Closing Prayer-Jly a viniting rabbi.
Organ Clcsirg diige, during which
the c.-skot containing the remains
will In c mvayed iron the syr.aj-.ogu?
by the pall-ba-ers.
The following representative gen
tlemen were invited hy tbe cominittto
of airaogeiiients to ollijiale as
Gov. 8. D. McEoerv, Mayor J. V.
Guillotte, A. Lehmann, president of
the Tourn Congregation; M. Frank,
president Temple Sinai; Moses II -n-(lenheim,
(lutes tf Prayer; 'L. Bruenn, pre.-ident
Cnngregati n To mi me Deieili; Julius
Weis, prej'dant of the Touro Infirm
ary ; K. I. Kursheedt, presddent Jew
ish VVidowo' ami O phans' Home; Ed.
Fenner, proident ol- the Sjnita y As
soclat'on; 8. B. Newman, president f
the Conlerence of Charities; Hon.
Clias. Gayare, president of the His
toiic.il Association of Louisiana; John
Ktuttsohnitt, repiesetiting the Red
Cross Soriety ; Win. Preston Johnson,
the S( ci ty of Civics; Ti:e Hon. Ixiuis
Bueh, president ol the Louinina Edu
cational So. io'y.
The olliccrs end membsts ol tbe
f illuw ing oigar i.atious attended tha
film Ml: Toe Produce Exchange, the
Cemetery A'sicia'ion of the congrega
tion of the Dispersed of Judith, tbe
congregation ol the Synog guo Touro,
tha congrei a'ijn ol the Hynagogun
Gates of Prayer, the New Orleans
Auxd(ary Sanitery Asscciation, the
Louisinna Educational Society aud the
Tho followiiiK rabbis were pr. sent
and wi 1 take) part iu the torices: The
H-v. Hniiry Coh'n of Woodville,
M K8 , tho llev. H. Berkowitz of Mo
bile, Ala , the llev. E. 8, Levy of
Na'che z. A large number of rabbis
and frinnds are expected by tail this
WhHt C'nrlailnn ninlalera Nald
A boat II I in.
The following expressions of appre
ciation and esteem were made on
Monday to a icpie entative of the
TUB REV. SYLVANCS LANDRt'M, D.D.
I have been deeply impressed by
the dea'h of Rabbi Uiithtim, and was
moved to otl'cr public prayer for his
wile aud s.m. 1 had tbe p'casure of
being associated with him on boards
and committees ol educational and
charitablo organ'zatsona of our city,
and 1 have henrd him pretch. My
intercourte with biin grew into kind
ly relations and esteem. He was a
man ol ability and learning, and ol
gient tecdetness and charitableness ot
tie art 'or the widow, the orphan and
tbe atll cted, a judic ons leader and a
public spirited end useful citizen. Not
only to his own people, hut to us all,
his b nth is a great los. Lt us
dwell upon tho twenty-third Psalm,
which lie loved so well.
REV. J. W. PLYNN.
Dr. Ontheim was a man whose per
a mid worth snd high public chsrater
(ommanded the esteem and adnr ra
tion of all who d . light to honor dis
tinguished virtue, ripe wisdom and
f el olarsdip aud uoblo manhood.
Though my acquaintance was not in
tima'o as to his iivute life, yet from
my c n'ai t with him in public I was
always impio;sod with his integrity ol
purpose, his sincerity of heart, his
gi neious philanthropy, his broad cbnr
ity and diaiutereited public e-piiit. His
tine mtntal powers ar.d clear practicd
judgment wee conspicuous in all his
nisiuttre ted bmI lor the public we!
faro. A loyal a in of Israel, he was not
cramped by any bigotry ol race or
creed that prevr nted him fr;.m recog
nix'i g and pympa'h'ir.iiip with all pub
lic ni-esmes to promote the o oral snd
inlet ec iml wslfare ef humanity,
whet er initiated by Chrislienor Jew.
Above all things else he was a man,
ard not hing human was indifferent to
him. Hia name will be added to the
long roll of illustrious Hebrews who
were an honor to mankind.
Such a man is a'ways public prop
erty, bee uisa bis life and character
wrr? public blessings. The public
bond's t'ssif in paving tribute to his
wr'h. It is a piivilege and an in
herit uue to a community to claim a
man as a citizen.
lt is a p'essing re flec'ion to remem
ber that tho pul lie who mourn his
dea'h es a common loss will ri-Uiu a
rich herit geot future blessing in the
men ory of Dr. Uutheim, whose life
and eiiaractor will cout;nue to be hon
ored and poten ial in the virtues that
will be railed forth in fallowing his
ben gn exninple.
THE REV. S. H. WKHI.E1N.
My arqu'intanre with the late Dr.
Gutheim was eo 1 uiited that I would
hardly be warrai toil in venturing an
es.iuiaie of hia character. But he
imi reesed me as a goni Ionian of a
large and Citholic spirit, heartily in
teies'td in the T ublic weal, and readv
to do bis pait in every good word and
THE BEV. THOMAS R. MAKKUAM, D.D.
Having bad the pleasure of an Ac
qua n Sine ot cearly thirty years with
tois dutingni lied "Israelite, who, on
Fi iday last, wa ga heied to his fatheis.
it gives me sincere satisfaction to bear
testimony to h:s worth tu a man and
bis value as a teacher of trnth and
rigbteoosnets. His eminent po'ition
amor g the people of bis ownfai h,
and bis interest in matters of public
concern, as attested by hia ready par
tlcipa'ion in efforts and organisations
having in view the general good, made
him a man of mark, and, too, a repre
sentative man, whose utterances were
received with deter ved attention and
respect. High in character, earnest In
purpose, studious in babit, and caref al
in speech, h s sonnd views and judi
cious count els were valued, not ooly
in his own communion, but also w.th
out, among his fellow-citizens. He
leavts a memory fragrant of good
deeds; a memory r xbalirg an aroma
which tbe wise t of his ancestors, the
great So'omon, esteemed bet'er than
precious ointment a good name;
whese ravor in words and acts nf kind
nets and giod will was ''As ointment
poured forth." Using the words of
his wisest of men, we can insciibs on
his tomb, "The memory of the just la
BEV. D. HUBERT, S. J.,
factor of the Jesuits' cbnrrh, ttated
e btd known the deoeassd, the Rev.
Jemes K. Gutheim, and esteemed
him highly for his broad spirit of
charity. He hud heard of his noble
work of relief among Irish Catholics.
His liberal benevolence to all kinisof
Bufferera, said Father Hubert, induced
me to visit bis remains at Tcmp'.e
Sinai, whera I sat down and apent
some time in holy rcflectio-.s. when
Mr. Mayer tonr eously iuvited m to
go fora d and look at the body,
which I did. As I tazed upon his
lace I could not help thinking of bis
many acts of cbaiity and kindoe's
that had come to my knowledge. He
was a noted philaritnrop st, and ready
to help anj body to ttu ex ent of his
ability.. Ioftn had the pleasure of
lixtening to addietsts delivered by the
Rev. Dr. Gutheim, a .d grettly en
joyed them because of their greaL.
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in cuiuM nation with clnmpa.
All oihare intrinireiiienta.
Oriarinnl and on y Hlrelc-her
r.. r vtiallfimiiii'tt nun Ho
ExiTnfl aeuurely piii-ked. Price 12 60. Writa
for eirrulHr. Ari-nu wnnieu in every cny.
U. W. NISfsfSnSiNar '., HoMlon.Wit .
The Great Southern Remedy for all
Off EL TROUBLES
AND CHILDREN TEETHINC.
Thiri rf vorv fiw who rtn. not know of thfa
llltlt- htieli nmwlriif RimiK)ltli of our DtonnlaliiB
unit hilln; hut rv fi vv realize tho fiirt. th.n.t
tin llttlt ptirpli lMrrv, w lilrh ro nmny of U-i
lutvt- eitii'ii In ino-tt evfrv Mmpo, tln-n In a prln
clple In It having a nuli i fill 1-lTtM't on th
txiwi-h, lr. rUitr' II ut klt'lM-rry i'onllal li
thi-i.HKtT KDt'riirtiS hi-mkhv that r'tnri
(lit luili' nno titnilitfr, and cures Uturrlawtt
ly-t tiu-rv and ('ntmp Coll..
Y(ifiiti is i'ot.iilrri'tl that nt thfp sPBSon ol
ttn'M'ni smll.-n anil dam'fi t'lis nttarkK of thfl
Iki i ls rt' ho fi ct-tiiint, ami henr tf ao many
ih'iiiht tMciirrlim tH'TorM a iihysirlau ran ha
ritllt-'l tu, it N impftrtant tfiat r'ry 1iiiim
hohl otiMinrl pmvitlM tlifMnlf nllh toin)
npffity n iiff. a tint; k of which will ri'lii-vc thw
nt!i mi.! iiMich ni'ty. Ir. IMctrrrei
l:n lii"lrrrv ir iitt lfaslniplt? rcHUi.l w Uivh
nv . in,. I ir-. 1 'i . it to lake.
'tv Vi (..!. h tmi.h'. MiiMufricttiriMl hv
WWITK A. 'I M.OI? Athtno- i t.
i ii ,t,'- i'Ur"Xx'f llitiu".ly of ht-l tiMf
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. CHANCERY SALE
IKE Ala ESTATE.
No. 4fiM, R. Ctaanwiry Court of Sholby
ooanty Stata of Tennaaaee vi. Kuilly
BY virtue of an Interlocutory dec;- for
ale, entered in the nbore fu on the
Hill day of My, 18H5, M. ti. 4K. pane ll,
I will noil, at public auction, to the blithest
bidder, in front of the Clork and Master'i
office, Coiirt-houna of Shelby county, Mem
phia, Teun , on
Nulordny, Jane. 19, 18K,
within leaal bourn, (he following: described
property, actuated In'.Hhelby county, Tenn.,
hot IS. blook S, Brown'i aubdiyiaton,
frontina ft' teet on the cant tide of Lnltoae
Mreet,ard runninr back 175 icet. Sold mi
the property ot Kiuily Kackett, W. W. Luck
elt and nthera.
Part of lot 7, block (B, aoutheaat corner ol
llayojo and Hoinnodo rtreet, 25xiS feel.
Soid aathe property of the Workinirroeo'i
Building and Loan Aiaooiation, fi. IJuohii-
Vart of lot 9, Mock 1, eaat aide orner
rando atrcet, adioinlnr Carter, 4."ixl35 feet.
Part of lot , block rV't, eaat aide of Her
nando atrvet, north of Maydwell'i, 36x115
Let 2, block 45: Bealnnina at a point on
the outh aide ot Beale atreat. W feeteaatof
the corner of Ceaje and Cauaey BtreeUi!
thence aouthward with Johnaon line Ta
feet: thence eastward feet; thence north
ward 7S leet to Beiie (treat ; theaee weat
ward with tbe aoulh aide of Beale (treat 36
feet to betinnina . gold aathe property of
Kocco Boiaitna ana ntbere.
Tarsia of Sale Oa a credit of aiz montba ;
not with aecurity, bearini intoreat, re
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
Thi( May!. 1H'.
8. I. Mi XIWELL, Clerk aad Majtar.
Py ll.F, W'alah, U. 0. and M.
TIL a; dC. V .Hel(kll. . MlioitoT.
DGKOCKATS TO TUB FHONT Te w
IMtraono aeakint Ooyernraest Bml
pioyroent io any et the department M
Waeninrton, or any other i-opitiona undeJ
thetiorermueal, I willaead lull iaktruocionl
at to bow to prneeed to obtain the a a me,
and BJaink lnrmaof Apllmilen on
rech-t rt One Dollar. Adiireea JOHH
U. VI KH, 'Ltteh4m t kiona
grocers; cotton factors
And Commission Herchants,
SGOand 262 Front St., UerapliU, Teni.
JOHN l(. SPEED & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SALT, BAGGING AND IRON TIES,
36.1 FllONT ST., - MJBMMIIS, TEN3T.
Ohio Hirer and Michigan Salt Companies,
J. Painter aud Son Pitthburg Arrow Tleu,
Laflin him! Hand Powder Company.
BEST BRANDS OF PURE JUTE AND FLAX BAGGINGS
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA .
Jos. Schlitz Brevving Gompanv,
f 11 WTJTITtf 1)11 AV'ITT I OtBeennd Bottllnc Worka, 8 A 10 Da
illHiilll J113 AllVAi'l Kjllf j IepotndIeebonae,earMalnd:Anl
S. ROESCHR. Agent, Memphia, Tenn.
Hnlea In ISNa, a0,00 BnrreIa......Hle or Heanpbla Braneb, 100,000 Keaa
hilM In H.K4. WnO.OOO Rariwla,
W. A. GAGE CO.
No. SOO Front Street. : leraphis. Tenn
ADLEE BRO. &C0..261 TtlMN ST
9-WiIl pay Good Prlees for
TRASHY COTTON ol all description. Send for Circular
and Prices Paid.
75 Vanioq Street,
ANDREW 8TEWABT, New Orieani.
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
SO. 856 AND 858 FKO.VT SmiELT, MU'-MPnUS, TEXS
STEYART BROTHERS & COMPM!
tXXTl'ON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TVEW Ont.K418. f.OriWI1Jn.
E. WITZESAJTH ? Co
Bole Arenti tollowtm
t-J UMH e H1BIIR, 4XOI WH W1BBH, fJHl
ant A NEW T-OCTAVK
Write for CBtlrm.. moo.aaat and
oha H. Snlliwnn.
Wholesale Orocer, Cotton JPactor
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Dempiiis. Tenn.
BBTWEU ADMI aJtD JKrFKPJM)!!.
Mr. I. H. RAINEY derotw hia whole time to the weighing arJ aale of all Cotton entrtnUi
r. . ALSTON,
M. W. (
ALSTON, C&OWELL & CO.
Aid CmmlB8i0B Xerchanta. Bar Cora Dat8,Bi-s, Chop Feed, 011-Meal,
LIh, Cement, Plaster, Ball Jin and Fire Brtc4, Etc.
Cop. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row, Memphis,
I j. YC
JOHN . RUXDLE at COTKOPE'S,
98 Second St. Memphia, Tenr
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
HANTJTACTCRKRS AND DEALERS IB
1 DKlaeit, Bollens KafriuillM,
Dradford Corn and Wheat Mill.
Cotton Pre, Cotton (UIor,
Shafting, Pulleys, fcic
HPECIAL NOTICB-We are prepared to till orders,
on (or notioe, for the oele. raud Medart Patent
Wrnirl-' fw Pnlley. We oarry ia atock oyer
Two Hundred Aaaorted Mare.
fwKend for Catalorue and Prtce-ltat.'
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR 6PRISO ASP SUMMER.
LOWEST PRII UI
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 3.00 Calf Shorn
In Button, Lace and Congreai.
Illaatrated Catalogue and Prioe-Lli'
Mailed Free on application. M
MOTES, G IX FALLS and
a. W. T0MLIN. WM. BENJE3.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Hals St., Memphis.
Offer apecial inducement in Open Bngglei
of our own make, at fi5j TopBuggiea oi
our own make, at $1). All work war
ranted. Call before you kuy.
mw Having dianoted of our entire atock o
Vehiclea and the Manufacturing Depart
ment toMeaera. TOMLIN A BENJKS, we
bespeak for them a continuance of the
patronage ao long eMonded to ui.
OA RRTAOK . H 4KDWAHR COMPANY.
ANUKEW V. WWtNNB Mem
T. GWY1E 4 CO..
AC?if?klli&: PBA8B co-
PIANO FOR BiHO."-
aK KF.romiB NT.. WfFMPWe
tm. J. e.lau
H. H. MACBT.
mai lob oral awn-A b.iiil a.aiit
- raeerl. Thewaiareaf UMerlprla. kak
long be kaeaa for lhatr rotaarkabla -
tire ,alili.a. TVa eprlage are e.a la
aanbvr, each (f'l annialalna diaf.rea,
earatire Bewera. Tae kaik koan la eafalketi
witk watar rr.ta eertala aalhe.) aprlaa..
Tb.Hiaiba la miihum wllh drlnklae ika
waurfrout ibetno. lalud lalaalav.lU.
alaaat act pow.ilull, .a iiimh, Tkae
different watere here ae ectaal (or Ike ear ol
all kidney aad bladder trouble., rb.uwa
tiaoa. paralrna. tteuralila, dripapata, eorol
ula, eatar-h, raionic alo.kolle potauae. Ie
male weakneaaea. all dl.va.ee of the liver
and apleen, beaurrhoide, drv(?and all dia
eaaea of the abdominal and aelvie vtecera.
weak, debilitated oanatiluliona, and a aa
effioient brain aod nerve tonle Ihla water haf
noeuaal ia the world. Tbeeeeirageare lo
eated in Ciar onuntr, III., Ire utile, north of
Cler City, a village on the main line of the
Ohio ana Mie.iauppl railway, luu wile, from
St. Louie, ts milea frnui Cincianatl, J)
milea from Loulaville, Kr. Kicuraiou tick
eia for aale at all ticket officae of the U.AM.
K. R., and emneotiog liuea. Write for oir
eulara and olhe inlor -nation 'o
C. K. illLTS, Proprietor.
Railor Pp'lnim. Ciav county. III.
Hoekbridge Co., Va. High up in tha
Virginia mountaina. Pictureagueaurround
inga,eitenaiveand beautilully ahaued lawn.
Oaa, electric belle, and all modern improve
menta. Two daily mila, poat, telegraph and
eireai officee on the premiaea. Jable the
very beat. Luxuriously furniihed roomai
auierb band of muaio. Send for illuatraUxl
fiamphlet. Chargea moderate. Open for via
tore, June 15th. Vfattrn: Alum,
and rw.(oac R.T. W ILK IN SON .Man 'gr.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Mnla;onirrT 4'onntj, fa.,
Having been thnroughly repaired and hand
aomely furn ahed. will be opened for the re
ception of vi.il' r on June 1, IMS. For par
ticulara apply to UKORUK W. FAOU, Mana
ger, Montgomery Springe Poatoffloe, Mont
nomery coutity. Va.
H i; r yiRUinli.
Immedintely on the line of the great Cbea
apeake and Ohio railroad. The moat cele
brated ol all the mountain rf aorta, and one
of the oldest ai.d moat popular ol
AMhRlt AN WATEK1NU PLACIS,
Will open for the aeaann June lat. Elevation
above tide-water, 2000 feet; aurrounding
mountaina. 35U0 feet. Pamphleta ce'cribing
hyuienic advantiigoa can be had of the agent
of the C. A 8. W R. K , or of
B. F EiKLE, enperintendent.
Finest 8ammer Kesort in America
Minnetonba Heat h, Minn.
Offera accnmmodationaunequaled by an y ho
tel in the wet. Ratea, 13 per day: 175 per
month- Circulara and fuil particulars aent
prom p'.Iy on application to EliUE.NE MEUL,
Manager. St. Paul, Mma.
Old Toint Comfort, Virginia.
TERMS for the eeaaon of lo86, beginning.
June lat, reduced '& to 60 per cent., but
the higheat atandard of exoellenoe main
tained. Send for llluitrated detcriptire pamphlet
F. N. PIKE. Manager.
Italeigh Springs Hotel.
NOW OPEN for reoeptinn of gueata. The
table will be aupplied with the beat.
The room a are nicely furnished and care
fully attended to. Ratesper month. H0
per week, 17. M. U. BURROW A CO.
1ELEBRATED aa a cure for Dyspepsia,
V J ihionio Diarrh.tn, Indigesti.n and all
Kidney Afieetions. lienutifuily aituated on
tre bHttks of a crstul mountain stream.
Fine A-hing. beautitul drive, and romantic;
scenery. Uiinjate unsurpa.oiied llotel and
cettiiges reinodelod. Jxrellent gurden.
llcDty o( freah milk and pu butter, kitty
milea north ol Chattanooga. Only seven
houra run from Atlanta, rio fogs, malaria
or mosquitoes. Board reasonable.
T. B. UOKMAN, Proprietor,
Formerly of Warm Springe llotel, N. C.
surSend for Descriptive Circular.
WILL be opened June let. Thia noted
watering-place is situated aiz miles
from JEtna Furnace, on the Nashville and
Tuscaloosa railroad, in Hickman connty,
Tenn. Hack will meet all trains at &tna,
and will eonvey guests to sprints at a very
Bonrtl, auo Per M onlta i 81 Per Day.
dpm-lnl stnteei Io fasulllee.
. We invite all who wish to apend the moat
pleasant sea-on of their lives to eome to
Beaverdam. especially seekers of pleasure,
and health. Uood water and pure air in
Liverymen, Centreville, Tenn.
E. A. DEAN, Prop'rCVntrevllle Hotel.
It E AIi ESTATE,
No. 2856, R. D -Cha- oery Court of Shelby
County G. W. Harbert, admlniatrator,
va. L. S. Bond etal.
IN pursuance of I he terms of a decree in
theabove stated eauie, I will, as Special
Commissioner, proceed to sell, at public
auction, to the highest bidder, at the south
west corner of Main and Madison streets, in
Memphis, Tenn., on
Tncedny, 131b day of Jnly, 1R86,.
tbe tollowing descibed real estate, in Shelby
county, namely! Lota Nos. 4 and 22 of the
Ilurbert subdivision, as made in the case of
John Harbert Tl. R A. llicki et al, lately
pending in the Second Chancerv Court of'
Shelby County, to nhich reference ia made.
Lot No. 4 ot aaid anh'iiv. ion, fronting 81
feet on S'ulh side i i t kw.n street by 150
leet to an alley
Lot No. 22 of snid '.tl.-iHi--; in, fronting SI
feeton north side .1 AUtort iivfi-ne by 150
feet deep to an alley.
Said proierty wili he M nn th-c l'1!. vini.
terms, namely: One h;l -t ihi; iiur.'.'i.ico
money to be paid in n M und t be I'-i'mmi-p ui
a credit ol aiz montlix frcin iho d:iio . ! .!.
the purchaFer to exerutt- not--, witri n i r.:vi-d
leronftl security for the doli'rr.ni i:tyi:i'.n:.'j
and a lien to be retain-tt on the rreju-ny .rid
rs a further security, ibe o jte to dr;i in
terest from date.
I reserve the right'of n.nl.in.- "ho bid gn
each lot so d.
bale to begin at 12 o' ! h n.-.cn.
C. W. uARBERT,
CAN furnish good pasturage at mi planta
tion eleven miles from city on Hernando
road. Running water in pasture. Will take,
stock very low. Address
L. P. PENNY,
While Haven, Tenn.
at the i;ourt-noun6 in toe city of Mem
ptiim at li o'clock, 1 will lei lor ft Da I by
oounty th- building of TWO WR0UUHT
1KUN HIOHWAV BRIDGES across Woll
river one near the citv at the head of Seo
ond street 275 feet long, 18 teet roadway,
with 00 feet channel rpm, 50 leet liw trusa
approach span at the north end of bridge
an 1 a 75 feet approach at the south end of
bridge. The one at Raleigh will be TM feet
lag, 18 feet roadway, with i pan across the
liver at north end ot bridse l'Xi feet long,
and one lob long across a pond at south end
vf bridge, with 4J7 feet of viaduct interven
ing, lubular riers will be used.
All parties biidirg on this work will be
requited to bid on their own plana and speci
icalioiis. Ihe best pla-ja for the beet price)
will be adoptci. A profila of the bridges
will be furnihed any one wishing to make
plana and bids.
1 reserve the right to reject all bida if
I will be at the Cort-IIouae Monday and
Tueiday before dy of letting to confer with
contractors, I mention this because I ez
pect to bo Husy with other work until then.
. M. COLIS, Bridge Sup't,
Buz 17, tH-' nantown, Tenn.
A Valuable Patent
Dandy's (H (-) t orn aad Pea P-lan.
HAVING perfected my invention, I wish
-o plaee it before the pnblio, especially
Dxnutectonra. As a Corn Planter, it is a
perteet -oeoest opens the drill, distributed
the seej accurately, uninjured, and eoverd
the sau.e, thereby one man Performing the
work of three. Tiev have been used in
this tection lor over a dotes years with per
feet satisfaction. Can give Napocaible teeti
JOHN H. DANCT.Danorville.
llarwood oanty, lean.