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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JULY 13, 18Sb.
forty-Ms m cqmress.
THE RIVER AND lIAIiltOa BILL
IN THE SENATE.
The Hennepin Canal Classa Finally
Agreed To-I'roceedinKS In
Warhinoton, July 12. IToum. A
1)111 was prosed authoiiring tho Secre
tary of War la loan tents to the
hionthwestcrn Iowa and Northwestern
Missouri Soldier,' Association, ami to
the 1 ristnte Veterans' Association of
Ohio, Indiana and Mich'gn lor re
Under the call cf Rtatfga number
of billi, eto , were Introduced and re
ferred, among which were the follow
in?: By Mr. Wkeelur LAIa.: Declaring
it to be the Bonne of the Houne t'unt
CoDgre si ahoald not adjourn until it
haa enacted a law appropriating a
fiort'on o' the turplua money in the
treasury to assist the States in ti e
great work of education.
By Mr. Holers Ark.: Authorising
the IV. h'dent to crested a comiuif Nion
to dirp'.-e cf clairea for titiaiutshlp in
the five ( ivilir.ed til"S.
line net! ; relative to the District cf
Goiiviiliu Loving brin p-intpoiied un
til Ti.ms'ny next, the Foiise went
into Corrniitte of tho Whole, Mr.
Mount lia. in the rliair, on the S n
ale B!i!cniliM ii Ih In tho legwlutive np
pror.rinlion I ill,
The Coiun.itt e on Apj rop.ii(tTorH
reconimi miii t n t tho biikhiIu e it rel
ative to the pnhlicatien if the ri end i
of the War (f In I 'e' el i"ii, and pr
Tiding that t'leeviih-nte taken hy the
court iii ir.iiil ti the trul of l itz J-li
1 'otter, t-K-t!"r i t Ii riu ri tbtro
011 hy .Indye llo't t I'ru-iiilis: t l.l'l
to'n, h'ikI! he prii t .1 in lonit'ctim
with mailer u'rendy ni;t.'l loncern
liir tho pr v diiuts i,f until court
mnrlinl he l aiirnried in. i h an
mwul inert p nviil.tiR for the pili.tuK
cf any papem en llm tielm'f of the de
fense in tt'.ht court, iniirliul di'eit )y
connected WiVi the prieeelii));t i f H e
eami' irid routcin.u t.iuhiiuh tin'itwith
wlrcli have niit lu eu a'reaily jmh
Ju 1 inl .
The liopnb'irnitt deuired to cnrcir
in .tlio Setiiit niMmhii"!)t without
amendment and njiiM t i on t. 'l!ih i II nt
hflvirg lcn def.'ieed they iniinil -t I n!
a ill po.ki ni t s'lllhlm ter.le.t lliia'iy al
lowed ttiti ri'C'in.iiie. iliil e n of the com
jnit'ee 1 1 ho Fii(;..u u, will the tin
dorf tai"idiit;.r t tint im aye rii I iiiiv vote
Bl'otl'd t ih i n n; on 11 in li e Hon e.
The Serii'.i) I'tinril-ieiit, iui'ieHKing
Ir nn 1 !'.)H0 : '"t '( ilin Mi'aiie.i of the
Comm'sul )t.( ro of IViii i.;iiB and 1'ut
viiti vai (ononi""! mi,
'J Tip icnriill ratio'i of till amend
incptd wa. mm.ilit. d in coni'.nillee,
Li' i en.l in; aeifoii by the Huii:o nn
aVj lutiiii iit vwiM t.iken.
Tin hi iiiim,
Tho Cha r (by Jnpcfl) Intniiliici'd a
lii 1 to it ip id' in vine 1O1 el piiblie
nieiicv to Jii nis 1! KipIh, lim im, ei ik h
(r mi;:n1, for pra', picmiiit or future
work a the n.ou'h of I e Mita'siippi
river umil fur ln r ordi red by Oun
The Heim e renii'V"! vnrai lor.ilh li
ot t'.t calendar itnd t.tliu objecll li of
Senator dillcb.tryorliwtSuiir.liv not
bring igiin iiitir;irm J) tint Sonate
bill to picvrnt o birni'tivu mid li jmi
0U3 dipoH.ti within Hih hrrhor and
adjacent na'eia of New York (Jity, by
dunipir.g or o herwiBe, wan tukin up
at the rr.ipieat of Senator Miller ii'iil
On mot ton of Nera'or Hear, tho
CouinillU e on I'rivjli'gmnnd JCiioiious
git periuieaion to fi t duriPK the fis
sion of the Semite. (It la underjtoid
that this is e inrioctiu with the cons' d
oration of the l'nyno ra e.)
The House bill granting peniona to
the coldiuisand sailoiaol the Mexhaa
war having been roichod on the ra'en
tlar, an objection waa made by Sin
tor Teller, but (on an appeal to him
by Benator Wilson I In.), and o.i a
siatement by Senator Harris that no
Democratic S nator would ennsume
any time in discaai-ing tho bill) wns
withdrawn. Tho bill was then con
sidered and faa ted.
The bill, M rawed, directs the Feo
retaty of the Interior to place on the
pension roll the names of the itirviv
lng c Ulcers ami enlisted men (Includ
ing nia iuei, mililia and volunleera)
who, being duly enlisted, actually
served aixiy days with the army or
navy cf the Halted HUUs in Mexico,
or on the ooautt or frontier thereof, or
en rout hereto, in the wr with that
nation, or who were actually orgaed
In a buit'e in said wrr and were hon
orably discharged (and their surviv
ing widowa). Provided that such
widows have not ro-marnrd, and pro
vided that evory sueh ollicer, enlisted
man, or widow, who Is or may hoc hoc
(12 years of age, or who ii rr nnv b
coma subject to any rUa b li y ir de
pendency, equlvitltMit ti soma causa
reeognizeii hy the p indjo laws as a
autlicii nl naon fur t'le allowance ol
a pension, shall be entitled to the ben
vliU of tho act (except where Mich
dl ability or dependency win incurred
in aiding or ahtU ng the late rehel
licn). i The p nsions ars to bein effect
a month af er p usage of the act. .The
law is not to apply to perrons already
receiving pensions at or over that rate,
and where percoon (entitled under
this law) are already receiving pen
nions leas than iH a month, the pension
will only bo for thedillerencsuptoj;).
The Senate then returned considera
tion of tho r.ver and harbor appro
priation bill, the pond nj question be
ing on tho Hennepin Canal and
the Michigan and Illinois Canal
Senator AliiBou argued in favor of
the amendment, lie believed it to
be es iinp .r atit a provision m there
was in the bill.
Senator Miller mad a a speech in
support of the amendment, in w, h-h
he contrn-ted the cojt of water and
railway Irirsportutioa and pnve statis
tics in that connect on. He Lad a
telegram from Chicago giving the ex
isting rates of transprrlntion cf grn n
from Chicago ti New York as being
six ceiits per buhel by water and
fifteen cents (or 1W pfr cent, higher)
by railroad. There were rumors in the
air that this bill (if thee rnnal projects
were put iots it) would suielv be
vetoed hy the President. He did not
cre ti speculate on the probability
of an Executive veta Such bills had
been ve'.ced before and the results
were known. There was a vdo of a
river and harbor hi 1 manv years ago
by Proenh ntPolk, and Mr. Webster
had something to ray of it
at a public dinner in Philadelphia.
He us- d some extracts 'from that re
inaikable speech in favor of internal
Improvements." With u ovotfbwing
Treasury this g eU couji'try was "hig
gling and piggling" boat doing the
nece.wary work for .the development
of theiotirtry. Arid they weie told
that ji the bill wcrawHlied beyond a
certain point the Execu'ive vtt)
awaited i'. lie di f not care todircusi
that point Ha ta there to do bis
dutv, as hVindetstld it, and be had
no il jubt thV evenliother public of-
Xicial would o. "mVingresibad been
in (ission teven morlhs at.d la i dono
nothing to give new life to husines or
to g.ve employment to labor. They
bad done nothing to start afrenh the
wheels of commerce, to set in motion
the mills that were now ttanding idle,
to bring peace and (juiet tithe coun
try because the lalior troubles would
cease when labor was cmp'oyed at re
munerative prices. He wished people
could understand this mepmire fully,
t'ongreas ought to make an appropria
tion for rivers and barbora
of not lesa than 125,000,010
or j:W,000,000. Ha expected
that the sh mt of "job" and "logroll
ing" and other such decant tormfl
would be poured out upon the fienattj
and its Committee cn Commerce.
Hut it had no ctfoci. whatever on him.
Ho asriunied that all tho appropria
tions in the bill wero for worthy ob
jects. Ho believed there would be no
rest or quiet uut l the ait.-mpt was
made and carried to a niscissful con
clusion of linking the Miicbtippi and
the lakoH. Fifty yean hence the in
auguration of thii work would be
looked back upon with as much in
terest (as (he beginning of a great
commercial trcB',c;ion) as the inau
guration of the Jirie canal wan now
looked hack upon. That, esnal hai
ham loiiuht with ai much litlerneiS
as the ilennep n canal was fought
now. Mr. Piatt opposed tho amend
ment. Senator Vent believed this amend
ment to bo the avmit cnirier of a
proposition t) uiih a l the Hrie rnnul
on the general government. Hi) win
tick a'id t'red of having ih-i Cimnii -t
e on Coinmer.'O made the (luinp
ieg grimed of every eicltly, br. kmi
dowii bjIktiio of itit'inal imr.rovi
men's, lie did b' t pr.ipi s t alio
t'oi improvident s cf Ha'tsir indi
vi lu i s lo ht nn'o:i le i;cn ihiiTrensnty
if ho could previ lit it. If wu'er t nn
porut on w ssi n.ii: h cheeper tl.au
r.iil;o.id triinepnitatifn why vwmthcio
a cram, jam, a f nn h on the 1 n s
of water coim ui,! ntn u? Tho d.lli
culty was one t f tho lime, mid that
impoilnnt factor h .d lu cti ( wrlooked
In the ni'guiiienta in Ihv r cf t' ia
Ktie-ndmeiit. Time w: k money. Xn
h;s ju h'tnet t lbs inoni y for Ihs cm a I
would be virtu illy thr wu away. He
boiovrd tho uinmiilnieiit to In un
constitutional and HiinctWHury, and
ho wiih nt'eily oppta'd to tho win lo
rystoin of Sl'i ei loiiuuenciiig u'y.itein
of infrnal imprjvi ini'iiti in d then
iinloii'ting jt on the fj tin ral govera
incnt. Hinn'or 1 luiiih ei'Hiied ii-niimt. thy
amt'edni lit. He in'riilu'e t Unit (it
t :e rate ol jilOO.COd a year propped
in tho iiinendinoi t) it ou:d ieqii:io
thirty or forty yean to eoiiip eti thin
wi r-. 1 u tho couriio ( f his nrguinept
ho coniniimtid upon the fu lliro of the
vi.rk in ( i.d ;is to i harl-or, aril said
Ih: t lliii povenitiioi.t hnloieti KHinl
ing a'lny cii.loii"I'M" to s 'I'rol there, iy,
ilciHtof nnvera' loillion (loihii.i. T'tio
wt.olii sva'ciii, ho sai l was wronir.
Aimy er g ttcorti lip ked !im jiidgemi'tit
a id profi'jxlitnai skill Ilia! mmhiocih
airy, and wlmtevcr tui'ivtH lliey did
h ivo in au di worl 'i watt tho
lot'iilt ei Histr i inp'oynii r.t in n:i
ni'irain civil hfe. 11 1 coipla'p ed
Hint tho wlioh) liiisiili H-i c! puhliit
Wi.rks cpr.b.d on in the Vnr Di-pntt-ment
wiii rniina;ed i.i a slipshod w,iy
ni'llioiiH lit ing i pent for mti'erhtl and
no eci'out.t keiit. Kinnlly the dim ih
aiciit chiHid and tha Senut i pioccedi d
tovotoontuo a i eiu!iiui.t It was
agreed to yea?, 'il j iiii)'h, i'J, tin fol
lows: IVdn-Missra. Alii ion, li'air, 1! ovn,
1'iith r, Call, ('amtron, Coi ger, Cnl
lom, DawiH, Kvart1, lithson, Uoruniu,
Hale, Hawiev, Hour, ICeiitm, Lono,
McMill.411, Muhono, Mundi rto", iMii
ler, Mitchell ot Oregon, l'uliiior,
1'nyne, liiutfom, f-'nivver, Spooner,
Stanford, Toiler, Van Wyck and Wil
son of Iowa ill.
Ant Mcshis. ltfck. Berry, ll'aik
burn, Cockrell, Coke, K.lintinda, Fry?,
(lay, llaniH, Hearst, lnualls, Mnxi-v,
I'latl, Plumb, Pngh, Satilabtuy, Sher
man, Vance, Vest, Vooiheea, Wat
hall and Whitthorno 2-'.
After Biiuo further mlBcellaneous
btisinees, the Senato adjourned.
Lint otltdloKHliMi fa the ConareiiloB
iCI)RltKDFONI)IM('l or TBS AI'PK11..J
HosRIiai B, Eol.lVAR Uol'BTY, Ml8H.,
July 11. One of tho lirgest and mott
enthusiastic Democratic meetings ever
held iu ltdivr mot lura today.
Ab nit eighty delegate! were piesent
to select delegates to the Congresrion
al Convention on the M Ii ol July at
Greenville. The following delegntes
were appointed: Col. Alexander
Yemer, Cel. J. F. Stokes, John W.
K'dridgs, . O. Met 5 aire, W. O. Jioyd,
H. Ii. Unth Timid, Oapt. E. F. Miller,
J. V. Lobdell, Maj. R. J. Nugent,
Oap . H.O (irinlm, O. h Shelby, F.
P. Uw'ii, J. IJ. Hamner, D. J. Allen,
J. L. Hurley, S. T. Dm boo, Oapt J. H.
Jurnlgan, J. 0. Brooks, J. W. Oi l, J.
J. Nicholson. 11KMCCRAT.
rirked I'p on the Ml reel, Ile
St. Ixhur, Mo., July 12. A stranger
was found last uiiiht wandering aim
lessly around on Morgan street, near
Seventh, and was taken in charge by
the olllcers of the Third district sta
tion. He was an elderly gentleman,
71 years old, with smooth face, long
whito hair, well dreesed, and gave his
name as Louis Dlehl. He did not
know where he was, where he came
from, or wheio ho waa going. When
Uken to the station !S( 70 in money,
and a check on the Fir jt National
Bank, of Lcgjnsport, Ind., for Jot'ofl
was found upon his perron. 11 in
clothing and appearance Bhowed him
t j be a gentleman, but his hesitating
rpeech and irrelevant answets to ques
tions soon displayed the fact that his
mind was inmne. In conversation
wiih a reporter he insi ted that he
were ctill in Loganspott, and said he
did not kcow why they had penned
a nsr i.ihkuai. ort r.Hi
Thk Voltaic Hklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., odor to send thoir Celebrated
Voltaic Hki.ts and Electric Ajipli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
alllicted with Nervous Debility, Loss of.
Vitality, Manhood, vto. lllus'rated
pamjih'let in sealed envelope with full
particulars, mailed free. Write them
The H. rr. Ilonni'i l.Klmt
BcsTotf, Mais., July 12 The Rev.
W. W. Downs was arraigned this
morning en a rharge of bastardy pre
ferred by Alire Wats?n, and was
bound over in 100 for trial at the
pnsnt term. Frank W.Amos and
Charles Kobaris were accepted as his
bondsmen. Mr. Downs preserved a
nonchalant bearing, and pleaded not
J. I.. Norton Cauhoi.l, residing at
Far Kookawny, QnoeriB county, N. Y.,
wis bo crippled with inflammatory
rheunutiani, of t n years' standing,
that he had to use crutches. Ha waa
completely cored by taking two
Brandreth'a Pit's nvnrv nleht. fr
thirtV niffhts. anil will annu-rtr anv
written or peisonal inquirleE. (
WROUGHT BY VOLCANIC ERUP
TIONS IN NEW ZEALAND.
Entire Villages Baricd In Ashes and
Many Lives Lwt Details of
Saw Fbancieci, Cal., July 12. The
steamer Alameda, which arrived yes
terday from Au-tralia, blinks par icn
lars of the feaiful volcanic eruptions
in New Zealand last month, and
which are among tho mott destruct
ive in the morltl'd history. Tho lirst
reports of the volcanic disturbances
come Irom Tarauga, in (he Auckland
lake district. The natives of that vil
lage were sla-ply awakened from
s.'eep at 2 o'clock in the morning by
repeated vivid Hashes of ligh niuir,
which continued at rapid intervals up
to 4 o'clcck a.m., when a tremendous
earthipuake occurred, followed quickly
by others. The chocks were 83 vio
lent that peoplo jumped from their
beds and lied for their lives in their
night clothe, making no effort to eave
or to take anything w.t'i them except
thoir children. The earthquHk03 con
tinued to follow rue anoihor in quici
biicctHHion ui to 7 o'clock a in., when
n lea tea crlortd cloud was ob-erved
advancing fr.mi tho enuth, spreRiling
out ii'. tit it eovetod tho sky. Wr.iU
still movirg it liius" wi'.h n eoui d cf
thunder nod bh. rtly ulteiwunl
SHOWfilH 01' K.NK DUST lIKOAN KALI.INO
Ac oniilj Irom othtr poiots tide
Ilia1. Mrii'.t 'i'aruwera was tho firit
vo'ca'i'i to br.ak for.h, i ml ba 'iily
we e till Ihini 's se.oi issuing fiom its
crt.ttr tl no tho e:.c;ie!irjg Pduro ra'ij;u
i f in inn'n ns helchid forth in tympa
thv, htintiui lltt')' btiroini! lava and
iiio'.iea over the tiTr unoirg coantry.
l.r lb ) firkt ttins in tradition, the ex
tinct vokiui) of R:)apvha waa a-Aflkeo
d ii. to activity. Tho eil:ro country
an extent ol 1(0 mi lea long hy
twenty in hrcadth was nothing l.u',
n ma is of llttmon a id hot, cruuiblirg
Boil, wh cli in plii';e;i rose to a leght
of i()00 feet, tajipe l i t tho hinht
point by tin Tc-liepha (ieyser, -aid to
l a e been tho uiiinile' t in the world.
Dur.ng ell thi.i time BhoweiB of dust
coi.tjiuod lo f,i l, until it Lemma flo
ih iish bh to msko Hie tiny ai detk tx
ii'uht, and net until tho eo:or.d day
ci 1 llio dust ceitse lalHncf. It was
no'ieed Hu t tho diHl emit! td a sir ing
Biilphilions smo'l. Niittiorons b.hhI.
nutA'a vilhigis were totnl'v dnjiioyed.
WaToa w .is coii'i'.'d to a depth of ten
fe t. with dutir and eshej. Ruhtoma
liLbawiifl COSyi.RTKI.V KMiUI.I''li,
an w'oie al o to.no i tlm- ft vail vdlago,
H'll p.t sf-is ar i known to L.avo lont
ili ir live.'i, tin ion whom woro several
M.'g ihh icnd'-iiK Tho Ion of c.t'ln
t.t nr ved to il ji.th I vm the der.rnc'ioi
ol jso-ilins Uy dint is very K'et and
fir .it ili.tr: ih jiriv.ii a tinoiitrhtor. al
tl;o Aukhr d like ilUtrict O io old
m ill, chief Att vara, wiih dug . lit alive
i f it having been buried in ashen 10
hoijrs. Kveiy clIo t w.' H m 'lo to eavo
ttuf lives of oiln ih, but in ims'. case)
wh'-ro boilioi were found th y were
dv'id. At ihoihtoof tho d. pnru'nz
olth tte.itner Alainedii fiom A' c'c'nnd
tho vclca'io win s-lll very iiilivo end
th" ti-mpenitnre of tho lako was in
eroraing. i:d. w. winlTi lips c.vKi.
Currccllnur Nome Alleueil .SliMtnkr
VI Our lilllle Hack t'orre
hroixlenl. To Ibo Kditora of tho Aeponl:
Lrrn.B RorK, Akk., Jtl'y 10.
Knowing you would not do even a
"hoy" an injust ce, I aend yoa a
marked copy of my "card" in the
Jkmucml, wiih the reqii-st that you
publiBh it. Tho "special" sent by
youi correspondent does me gro s in
justice. 1 did nol asiault Mr. Brower
with a "blm'geon." It was a small
cane, it's ac ual weight being only
eight ounces. Attain my father was,
and is now out of tho city, and could
not pofsihly have any knowledge of
what ac.ion I wou'd take. I simply
did what any honorable boy should
do daiend his father's name in
his absence. Y'our correspondent
further states that ,1 am Mr.
llrower's superior physically. Tuis
s the easiest to refute of bis state
ments, Mr. Brower being not only
tallor,but also weighing tlfteon or twen
ty potindsmoretlun I. IUrat requeatod
Mr. Brower to retract what he had
said about my father, which he re
fused to do. I then disclosed the
matter with him with the cane men
tioned, the result of which discussion
I leave to those who witnessed it and
my prace bond. Y'onrs resnectfnlly,
El). W WIN FIELD.
A CARD. 0
hiTTi.a Rock, Ark., July 0, 188(3.
KJItnr Arkamm Homocrit:
Will you allow me space in yoor
columns to msko two Bmall correc
tions in Mr. Brower's statement in the
(iatfllt this morning, namely: The
"bull whacking" club used by me Wds
a light walkiegcine, thirty-five inches
long and weighing eight ounces. I
regret that it should have appeared so
formidable to Mr. B. Next, I bad not
been "awaiting an opportunity," for,
having been abtont. at echool for
nearly three years, I did not know
Mr. Brower even,- nrtll he was pointed
out to me. Mr. Brower had me placed
under a bond to keep the peace, but
in today's Qazttte continues his un
warranted assaults oa my lathe'. I
submit that this is hardly fair. I
most sincerely regret Hie whole occur
rence, but plead iu cx enuation of my
fault the necees'ty to defand the name
of my father. ResnevHullv,
Bnrled il II In llnuie la llnltlmore
llenlh of III, Nollier.
Bai.timokb, Mn., July 12 The fu
neral rf the lats Win. il. Oole Kenre
Kpntu'ive in Congress for the Third
Maiy'and District, took place at St.
Vincent's church at (i o'clock yester
day af ernoon and was hugely at 'end
ed, The Congressional catnmitieo wb
in at'endance. After the lervice for
the dead in the church the remains
were carried to Bonnie Brae cemetery
and nlaced in a vault. The final bur
ial will not tske place for six weeks, as
Mr. Colo requtvted that his body be
kept that length of time.
Mrs. Kleancr Cole, mother of the
late Congressman died shortly before
the funoial of her son, from the shock
occasioned by his death, fche was 00
years of age and bad been in feeble
health for come time.
Nrotl'a Imnlilo, f Pare
Cod Liver Oil, with hypophosphites,
almo-t a specific for consunipt'on.
The thousands of testimonials we have
received from snffereis who have been
permanently cured by Scott 'sKmulsion
eatiBties us that it wiilcnre consump
tion in its early stage,, and alleviate if
not cure in its latter at Jges.
Ab Aneelliis Nreae.
St. Taiil CetV: Yesterday in the
morning in the District Court Ed
ward C. Putnam, convicted of cm-
lezzlirg a go'd watth from Fraik
Deyo, wa i sentenced to s'x months ia
the county jail by Jode Y'oung. l'ro
vious to being sentenced I'ulrjam bad
asked that his punishment consist of
a heavy fine. This r quest was de
nied by the Judge, who ssid:
"It is yoa who committed the crime
and you ramt suffer the punishment.
To impose a fine is but to tax your
poor old father, who now stands be
Both ths prisoner and Irs f.ther
burst into tears at these worJa, arid
the scene ws an affec irg one. "F. r
Qcd's sake, eay ro mote, nut ner.tence
me at once!" fx la med the 'ycung
uin, as the Jndge b gaa to Bp9ak of
the crime end the manner in which
the prisoner had pcrjutcd himself.
Judga Young theti icntnced tbo
young man, ho broke down com-p'et-ly
and elmo.-t fair ted. As he
left the room he faltered and wou d
Lave Xllsn L tit for the ad of tte
depu'y soeriffiu charpe. The faifmr
was deeply affected aud had to be
helped to his cairiaue.
Will Adhere (o tha i:ialu llonr Law.
fr'T. lot-is, Mo., July 11, At a meet
inn of about 30O cirpenters today a
resolution was paved deciding to ad
here to the eight boor sys cm. An-oth'-r
mieting will be hil ;n order to
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in tin citv.
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may not hav, influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufferers to us, what has cured me
(luiun's rioneer Blood Kenewer.
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Macon, u merits tu, confluence or ail In
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"Ex-Mayor of Macon."
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SAWANO PLANING MILL SUPPLIES'
AJ-AVRITB FOR CATALOCtTK. t
TaRst'v PnrARTaasT, July 2, ISSil.
SEALED PKOrilSALH will be received at
the Cu'tora lloune building, Memphis,
Tenn .until ii o'clock, noon. Monday, July
2ti, lHSii, for supplyin, tuel, gas, ire. water,
and miscellaneous articles rcmiired there I or
during the lineal yoar ending June 30, lSh?.
blunt forms and detailed nformatinn may
be had neon application to the Custodian of
Didders for supplying fuel will be required
to deeoait ten (lUi rer cent, of the amount ol
their bid as guarantee of good faith.
The lieparlment reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids, or parts of any bid, and
to waive defectt.
C. 6. FAIRCHILD,
Centaur Liniment is the most wonderful Pain-Curer
tho world has ever known.
is, tl o bemmes m u,
ArtiBW BTJS.WAXST, Now f.'-ri- I I'.? '.. UT' fl-
PTPPIiPT -mmmr e
w Mesale Urocsra', uot. F&GLm
COTTON FACTOUS AND tiOlMSltW SMIVU ANTf!,
NJiW OlfREAUfS. f,ifXiiMRli ft.'
ti . - v ri,,"
Wholesale Grocers. Cotton factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tern
BKTWSES ADAMS 4KB JKFFEKNOJS.
Mr. I. N. KAINEY devotee his whole time to the weighing and sale of all Cotton entreated
tn nnr charge. Onlton Wnrrhnnse. IW WmMntrtnn trBt.
J.N. OAT, W. . IIOHTO.
Lata of J. t. Day A Son. Late of Meaobam .V llorton.
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-382:Front Street Memphis 'Tenn.
M. 0. PEAKCK.
IVJUof ITvSi&JL mvotJZs uo .
Cotton Facte? s & Commission erch'te
No. 27 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
W. A. GAGE & CO.
Wo. BOO Front street, : Memplilg. Teniv.
33. WITZMAMH Ck
Wholealp laaler and Pnbllahera,
Bole Agenta lollowlns Flrat-01aa InstromenUt
Steinwav B,Ml Kin ct loo
MT A NIW T-OCTAVK PIASO FOR ltM.-a
Write for CaUloiraea. No. 833 and 85 SECOND HT., MEMPUIf
0. W. TOM LI M. W.M. BBNJEfc.-
NEV CARRIAGE FIS.RI.
TGinlin & Benje
179 .Hui;i S!.,aieinpliU.
Offor "recinl inducements in Open Bucirii
ol our own make, at. tt'o; I. Lut-.ea c
our owu make, nt JILM. ah work wni
ruotod. Cail liotnro you buy.
ear ! n v i ? : k (liie'.end of our catiro itoekr. i
x-.i.l.ij ...1 n. r r.. : t. .
n-cnt to Mci-rii. TOM LIN ii I'KNJrS, w,
lit 1'i'tik tor them a contian inco ot t.ii
.it ronao no litri o.V.in.).'d lo us.
e. ). m i p x II HOW A" e. o iVPAK V
h h n '
iOUS E. RAJiDLE C0.,;PE0PB'S,
98 Seoond St. Memphis, Ten--
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
t.ugiiiem, Jtoilers, Nriwmlllis
Bradford Cora and Wheat Mill ,
Cotton lreHs Cotton tiios,
Nliafllng, Pulleys Jt-tc.
SPECIAL NOTICK We are prepared to Bll ordon,
on o,i notice, for the cel,i rated Mxlr Patent
Wroiisln Pnllej. W, carry la atook over
Two Hundred Assorted ni a.
w-Kend for Cntalogge and Price-Hat.!
J. W. BAILET.
Lata of Bailey A Covingtoi
Manufacturer's Agents for
Daniel Pratt Cotton Glc
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
KM I LEY, SMITII A Ct
Pratt Eclipse Holler Olns, Feb
era and Hits Repairer,,
9S to 104 Poplar St., Memphis,
,js sarl'ratt Heroiving-iieaa uins une
', lnm,li.fl. Mor-k now eomnlete. Price!
- Jreduced. Corropondonce and ordert
enlicited. Old Gins Repaired in First-
class i ruer. All wora guaranieeu.
JOHN L. McCLELLAN.
M. J. Clnr
No. 5323, R. D. Chencery Conrt of Shelby
county Mate ot Tennessee lor use, are., .
vs. Josephine Vienn, et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the abore cans, on tb.
22d day of January, 136, M. B.61, pag, 16V,
I will sell, at publio auction, to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's
office, Court-bouse of Shstuy county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Hatnrday, Jnly 31, 18N6,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Shelby oounty, Tenn..
The north part ol lots, block 38. fronting
32 feet on the east side ol bt. Martin street,
and running back 219 feet, more or less,t be
north line of said lot being 2u0 feet south of
Part of lot 3, block 37, 40 feet front by 50
feet deep, northeast corner ol Main and in
Terms of Sale On i credit of six months ;
note with t'curity, bearint interest re
quired; ltet) retniued; redemption barred.
1'hiaJnne i'", l'fi
S. X. JlcUOW'ELL, Clc.li .mi Master.
By H.F. Walsh. I). C. and M.
K H. and C. W. Heifkull, siil.citorj.
BEA I- JE S T ATE
No. 510", B. D. Chuncery Court of Shelby
county Slate of Tennesioc, for use, etc.,
v. If. W. Smith et al.
fjV virtue of an interlocutory decree for
0 sale, eutered in the sliuv caue on the
2ithdayf January, lS-il, V inulo Book 51,
imge 1, I will sell, at public nuiri'nn, to tUe
nijrhet bidder, in front ol tl'.o CIt ihi1
MaPicr's othce. court-houso of tiUelbr coun
ty, Memphis , Toon., on
Nntimlny, Anunl 7, ISVO,
within legal tours, the lollowinr; descri'.-cj
PMI crty, tituiitcd in Shelby coui.ty, l'onn.,
mirt nf country lot f(C. f-(t-' inc-12 ft-et n
1 lio ui-uth fmlo oi O.irrojl nvonut , 4 1 '-j fesf
cn-'r if vito. P. Coi) r'.i lo- A of ur.
ir iiiir:i: M'irv VulNt:irf:, li" a d'': tii oi' 37.1
1 ' I, Kih ; r i
Lfii- I ru.'l J H"niher'' ": ,,,t;c'o::, Timl
in: .'.I t.i l on tl)j Hi'.st :e ol .Vir!t)--)iis
s-ict- , '' I1' I Ti..:tr)..l i' v. l-; itrcfjt,by a
tl Mil ol ll' :. lo-1.
Hurt o' li t F, country ' t. '(',. f-outir.g 25
ft--t u tlw tt.rtli !c ' V-. -h p-.ou sir ct,
ii! fit west oi L. ltaHi's lot, ! y n tioplh of
l';r. t i f country lot 4'.' ffontin? 75 feet on
tlio nor.li so.iu ot nd.i.i.s sircct, northwont
i-orrcr o: Yulee w.f, l"t do nth ot 14S5-J
ijot 2 c i'ir.tiy lot 51 ', ,i ..i.iini,- 50 feet on
the wet oU i" .Ji lii'M.-i ;.c ot:i!. anil run
nir hack no t bi'lw. en ; i .il"l linos and
l.;irHllcl wiih Auet'vn did. I, .I'll lect to an
I, . I pi, coo-try 'ot r.Ki, fro .'ir.fr JS 5-fl (oet
on tho "t side uf t'ovin:-ii.n ro ,1, .-outhe vst
corntrof nilov pouto ot Am-iiua s'.root, by a
UCKll O "',; fC0t- '.Ml IVi.'.J.
L..t 14. oouHtry lot Mi', lionlinK 2S Kl-12
feet on tl'.o en 't s iln o' Cov'ro.-'on ro id, 2"! 5-6
fi:ot south ot n'lcv i-outh oi .iut'.on fctrpet,
b.r a dr.i.th of j-liij-i .ea.
West li.ilf of lot ti, count r lot .I'.1'., front
ing 1!U lest on tlm forth side I'f.MnHson
fctr-'i't. hy n ileoth i f 14'i teet- Sill ward-
Terms of Sale On a credit i t n x months:
notes viih good sccutitj, liruri;.): interest
I'roin uiilo reouiro i; li1ii ri '-iined to secure
sun o, ind eouity ot rcdemi'E'on tarred.
Ihs .lu'v 7. In-'O.
I. MeDOW ULL. (",' (,' Va'tor.
Dyil.F.Wi.ljli, l.'p-.i!V. ,- M.
;i i. !((' i n t-K
COBSUSATtD 'r-H SIDING
Ard Iron rL:o;ig
FlrP, WIekI, Wntrrnr.it l::hliliifl
prtiol'. Suitable for nil kinds of Imildinits.
For p rices and entimatci at factory rates,
c.ill on or addross
MEVirilli METAL A WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 & UO ilnln St., nrd 21 .t 23 Mulberryst.,
Hcdo.unrters for Irnn Fenc.s and Cresting,
(in'vaniisjd Iron Cornice.Tin l'.oot's k tovos.
This BELT or Re.
gonorj- tor is madeex-
prossiy lor tne cure
ot derenoration of
the tronorHtiv, or
gans. There is no
mistako abou thisin-
Xvimc ml? j
I ai5t ,tinuous stream of
lll0nr .1 V ELHtTRICITY irer-
IVT nM'3VM I ""'ti' 'trough th.
IJILI, UliLI parts mufi restor.
them to health action. Do not confound
this with Eleotrie Bells advertised to enrs
all ills from head to too. It is for the ONE
specific, purpose. For circulars giving full
nformatiion, address Cheever Electric Belt
Co.. 103 Washington street. Chicag . III.
No. 504t, R. V. Chancery Court, of Shelby
county. Stat, ot Tennessee vs. L.
Cobb et a).
Bi virtue of interlocutory decrees for sale,
entered in the above cause on the 2ota
day ol June and 9th day of November, 1885,
M. B. 48, p.SrtO, end M. B. 50, page 111, I will
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Master's otlice,
oouribouse ol tshelby oounty, Memphis, Ten
Saturday, July 21, 1386,
within legal hours, the following describe i
property, situated In Shelby county, Ten .
Lots, block 5S, fronting 50x170 feet, aoutt.
aide of Georgia street.
Part lot 1, block 41, beginning on sontt
aide of Vane, street 80 est east of the cornet
of St. Martin street ; thence east with Vance
street 70 teet; thence south 60 feet; thenc.
west 70 feet; thenc, north 60 foet to th, be
ginning. Lot 19. block 64, beginning on th, wast
aids of Hernando street at northeast corner
of said lot; thenc, westwardly with the lin.
of J. M. W ilson'a lot IMS feet to tbeesntlin.
ot 8. Mosby's lot; thenee south with said
line 21 feet; thence eastwardly with Henry
Noaq'a line to Hernando street; thenc.
north with said street 21 feet to th, begin-
niTer'meot Sale On a credit of six months,
not, bearing interest, with security, re
quired; lian retained; redemption barred.
This June 18, 1886.
a. I. McDOWELIi, Clerk and Master.
Pv II. F. Walsh. Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. H. A C. W. Heiskell. solicitors.
A Valuable Patent.
Danry's (Uorao) 4'orst and Pea Hau
ler. HAVING perfected my Invention, I wish
ro plaoe it before the public, especially
maonfactnrers. As a Corn Planter, it ia a
perfect sucoeis opens th, drill, distributed
the seed accurately, nniniured, and ooverd
th, sams, thereby on, man performing th,
work of three. Then have been used ia
thisssction for over a dojen years with per
feot satisfaction, ban give resporsible test!'
J0I1N U. DANCY.Dancyvill,,
Havwnnd coontv. Tx"T i
Circuit Courl of Shelby county, Tonnoitee
Elsie Moody vs. William Moody.
It appearing to the Court tint on the nth
day of March, 1S86, the petition) r, Elsie
Moody, filed her petition in this Court
against the said W illinui Moody; and that
on the 8th day of March, IKS", a, eub
renato answer was Issued against said de
fendant by the C'erk ot this Courr requiring
him to appear in the ciause and make de
fense, which waa placed in the hands of tb,
(sheriff of Shelby county and bj him re
turned March 10, 1886, defendnnt not to b,
foul d in his county; and thereupon on tb,
5th 'day of April, 186, an alias summons
was issued commanding the Sheriff to sum
mon said defendant t appear in the causa
on th, third Monday in May, lbSii. to answer
the retition of the said Elsie Moody, and th.
Sheriff, having made return on the 17th of
May. 1886, tbat a ter diligent search made
the defendant, William Moody, was not to
be found in his county:
It is therefore ordered, adjudged and de
creed, That publication once a week, for
lour consecutive weeks, be made in the Mem
phis Appeal, a newspaper published in Shel
by eountr. requiring the said illiam Moody
to personally be and appear in this cause on
the third Monday in September next, then and
there to answer the petition of the said Elsie
Moodi.or th, earn, will be taken as con
fessed and the cause will be tried ex parte.
A copy attest: J'tSKPH I HL, Clerk,
By (Jeo. J. Campbell, Dei uty Clerk. .
James Gallagher, Att'y for pl'ff. tu.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.-Board on the Bill.
Mrs. II. C. Howard, 2ti6 Washington
Park. Rooms large; location delightful;
Convenient to cars to Manhattan Peach,
coney Island, Long Beach and Central Park;
also to New York places of amus m,nt.