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MEOTIIIS DAILY APPEAL FKIJD AY, JULY 16, 18$0f
THE SiVEB AND HiUBOR
BATE IV THE 8ESATE.
Discussion of tbe Eesolatioo Bedne
Id the Appropriations I
P Washinoton, July 15. How. Mr.
Randall l'a from the Committee on
Anpropriauoi b, reported joint reso
hition continuing in force until the
31st nl Ju'y tue provisions of Ibe
joint lero'tition providing tsmpwtrily
(until today) for the expenditures of
tbe sovtromeel 1'awd,
Mr. Lowry Iud. tailed up aa a
priviirgt a matter tae resolntiona ol
fered by Lioiyeetnrday, callinit f ir an
inquiry by the Committee on Kulej
as to tbe au'hor of certain interpola
tion in the record In the ma'torof tbe
colloquy bttwrcn Lowry, of Indiana
nod tiluvtr, of Missouii, eoine days
. o, and in tbe matter of (he anbetitn
t on of one Teeolutien for a totally dif
ferent one repo.ted frcm tha Com
mittee on Kspsnditurea in the Treas
ury Depattmuot Tuesday, iclativo to
tbe alleged frauds by It. IX Lancaster
of 8t. Louis.
Mr. Glover Mo said he believed
t ie rasolutiona wore o lit red by disaign
' irinjr his absnocal and an attempt
ide (o persuade the House that he
a guilty of an interpolation in
i lord. He ial made inquiry in re-
1 ti the matteis t-f the olliival re
er, who at a e1 ,t wan a mistake,
' tnat Lowry Iud probably Incor-
ed tha wrong rexolution in bis
. . -r tome controversy as to wbeth-
; not Lowry yemerdsy withdrew j
' ortion of the resolution re'errinjr, '
co!lcjtiy between himself and
. r in order to tot la tbe dlllicnlty,
f withdrew that portion, and be
ry) proceeded to rptak at some
h, tutting forth hie. dislike of
it in rather fnrcib'e langnaze,
,uage wbicb Mr. Daniel Va. ob-
to as unparliamentary.
1 be resoluiion wes finally adopted,
' 1 the II jnse proceeded ti the eon
leralion of bmintsj roliting to the
itriit of Columbia,
lending action, Mr. Morrison III.,
m the Committee cn Kules, report
' a resolution ordering night testiooa
i' today and B.Ourday, tonight's eea
i . in being for the consideration of
oor business, and Saturday's for the
. jntidf ration of burners reported
ir"n the Committee on Printing.
. Uo'nun Ind. submitted a con
1 ua repoit on tbe legislative appro
.locess till evening.
' fiena'or Pugh, fmm tbe Committee
on Privilege! and Elections, presented
arcpjrtin the election case of Senator
Payne, Senator Hoar, on behalf of
himstlf arid Senator Fry, presented
dissenting views ol the minority. Sen
ator Ev.r.s made a separate report
presenting tbe views of hlmsalf, Tel
ler and Logan. All tbe reports were
ordered printed in olo document and
were placod on tbe calendar to be
called up at any time aa privileged
It sppeai ing cn a count' tb at there
was no quorum present the roll was
called and forty-six 8enat.ni (more
than a quorum) aosweied to their
Senator (1 ngcr, from the Committee
n- Commerce, reported a bill author-
i .ig the construction of bridges
' am tbe Tennefxee and Cumberland
.ere by the Ohio Valley Railroad
i jmpanv. Calendar.
Several Other bills were a'si re
ported aod placed on til, calendar.
tena(or Allison submitted tbe con
foronci (tepoit on the legiHliitive sp
propriation bill, the oottiinlttan agree
ing upon all points In dispute between
the two bonars exCopt aa to tbe follow
ing points: Clerks (or Senators not
chuiijrjucu of committees, salary of the
AaoirfUnt Treasurer at Baltimore, tp
proptiatir)ns for thrae clerks for the
Civil, Service Commit slon and relating
to the coinpunnaiioa 61 ln'errml Hove
nun agents aud. Surveyors, etc.
Tne 8jiia:o at 11 firthar ins'sted on
its disflreumuat with the Home on
th'se points. '
Tbe Senate then resumed considera
tion of the river and harbor appell
ation bill. ' ,
Tbe amendments adopted asln Com
mittee of the Whole being lie flrct to
be diepoaed of, the Urtt point on which
there was a division wee on. the amend
ment (offeiud originally, 'by Senator
Ingalla) to tbe items for tbe Mies:sa'p
pi river, providing that the appropria
tion for tbe Plum Point and Like
Providenes renchos b confined to the
cimpleto repair and raa ntennnce of
tlie levees throuvthotU stid Tjaches to
the night of two f :ct above thit flood
of 1HK2 and to the complet'on of per
meable works of contiao ion. The
amendment was adApiad.
Tbe next queetti'ri was on the
amendment (or ginally offered by Sen
ator Harrison), on the same item to
a M to a pruviao author'imir the com
mi siou to repair and build lovetB if
noieaarytj t:.e imvi.,tiou and com
merce of the rivor which was bitlrg
imprjvtd by them, unless it shall lu
neceiuiry lu order to prevent or does
irjurious crdvassas or OBtlnts. 8ena
torGibron argued against the ainend
meat ae an iiuitlimis ut'enipt to con-
dnniu the Miisia8ij)i liivtr Cora
mi 8, on.
Keuator Herrisadvrcntod tliSBUio.'d
nimt. He raid the intention wbh t)
preheat the ques;i in whether the Rn
a e would authorize the Mi:gisippl
Kiver OiimuifBisu to enter upon a
goneral aystem of Wvcelng lh Miv
eisnippi fi'jm its mouth to CAt,i.
lVn:iing tho denlsiun of this qnes
tkn, the Hons j j lint rtsilntiim ix
t'lilmn the t inpirary irovbioa for
the ex; enafB of the novo nment to
July Ulflt, was prisealed t) tiie B.-iiate
8enator Harruou's amendment ws
then agreed to. All the ami udmeuti
icrnil ti by the Senate iu Committor
ot i lie Whole htviug been d!BpoB-:d of,
t'.e wl.o o bill was then open to
Aiier tev. ral U'dmpcrtant emend
n.e iti had been dis,ned of, Sena'or
Mi-viillaii, Can rinun of the loiuiu tt h
on ComOiCn-e, moved to strike out U
Htt-r t! e enacting c!iiut;e iu the bill
anil ii aer; a I items r.ow in the hill,
fxcept that in ea'h ca-e tbe amount
b-t dujid L'3 percent. Heexplained
that the emouiit of Homo b 11 (m
rou- d nu'ubr) was $15,1)00,0110. 1 he
amount iepoit.il by the Cninm;tie
ou Comra ree wan $s,o,)0 (KO. The
, air.O'jtit ag eed bv the Seiuiu iu Coin
niteo of te Whole ai $i;oi),0.0
m ie, rd fio amount urdjr the pro-
ro-td ''.') (itr cent, rcduuioa vtotili ba
$11 1'OO 0 0.
An cx e.:did di'cnxeion followtd.ii
t o course f f which i'. wai ttitad ttia'
ih? pioposrd reduction whh absolutely
neio ear to SM'd the bill frira a vo-o,
end r-'emitor Edmunds it'Oi tha it
w u'd be wtrll to cut it down :0 per
Senator Miller taid Fcniitor Y.m tU
va ted ;o rU'h tbe Lilt tiKuu Li
'y 'o tbe administration In order to
f riea veto. It wManepeBaecret.he
sa d, tbat arrangements were being
made In another body to Dnry tue Din
prividedlcertain th ngs were done, or
provided amount I were in
creased beyond a certain
noir,t There bad 1 also been
floating about tbe corridors of the Cap
ito', in tbe clcakroomsand on tbe floor
of tbe Bena'e, (tatementi made and
repeated, day after day, by men wbo
represented the Executive, bv men
who stood close to it, and thy bad not
hr o'tated to sav. not in whisper., but
Oi tipoken words, that if this b 11 ex
vnetted a certain pout it would un
doubtedly 1 meet nith an Executive
Henator Paulaburv asked Senator
Miller wbother be bad any informa
tion from the Pesident or any person
intimately connected with the Prcsi
(ent tbat he intended to vto the bill.
It was not right for the Senator to
cha'gt the President with an attempt
to influence tbe action of the Senate,
because no President bed ever been
morerareful in that nspect than tbe
Debate continued at great length,
dating which ceveral Senatois made
speeches, among tbem Senator Conger.
At tbe close ot tbe la'ter, wrjiob was
very bitter throughout, tbe Senato,
without coining to a vote, adjourned.
ILLINOIS MINING TROUBLES.
The Nllnallon at tbe drape Creek
Chicago, III , July 15. A commit-
te of tbe striking miners at thn Grape
Creek ccal mines, near Danville, III.,
publish a card respecting the situa
tion, in which they eav: 'There is
no prospect of a riot nor bas there
been any attempt of violence or in
timidation of any kind. Tbe miners
of this place are all American cit zens,
peaceable and law ab:dmg, and have
common sense enough to stand up for
their rights. Tbe Grape Creek Coal
Compauy is Bolely responsible for our
present trouble. We were requeitsd
by F. H. McClur?, general manauer ot
tie Grape Creek Coal Company, to
snd a dologate to tbe Columbus
(Ohio) Convention, which adopted t1 e
Pittsburg rate of 75 cen'B per tou. He
took a prominent pait in the conven
tion and was the onlv operator that
voted against the Pit'Bburg s ale,
which was to go into effect May 1st.
When tbe convention was over, Gen
eral Manager McOlure came home,
called ns together and told us be
would not be governed by the ecale
of wages fixed and adopted and
wanted us to Join bands with him and
undo all tbat had been done at the
convention. We told him, in jnstica
to tbe forty-nine operators and all the
minora from eight States that took
part in the piooredicgi of that con
vention, we could do it only in the
way prescribed by the convention,
and that was to submit all grievances
to a Board of Arbitration. This thoy
refused to do. ' We have been evicted
from their houses and taken np our
abode in rudely constiucted houses of
our own, but we bave plenty to eat
and respectable clothing to wear. Oar
fellow miaois bave nob'y come to our
rescue and wa are revtiving about
$000 a week.
Theiompany 's now trying to colo
nise negroes bore, end Friday last they
brought In from Tennessee seventy
eight negroes. Sheriff Tuttle, ol Ver
million county, with forty deputies,
escOited them fiom Danvillo. Accord
ing to previous arrangements, the train
was s'onped between Giape creek and
Danville and a ommittoe of Illinois
was allowed to talk with tbe negroes,
and tbe result Is forty-nine o' them
bave gone back and tue rest will go m
a fow days. Ano her delegation of
colored men is expected in a few days,
but, like tbe others, when they find
Ihey have bsen deceived they will, we
hopo, return. We have not been out
for the hut sixteen month, neither
did we underbid each other for work.
That part of the article must have bad
reference to the Ellsworth Coal Com
pany minors at Danville, but tbe
miners here are In ' no way connected
with them." , , ..
Meeting of tha National Convention
at ftew Torn..
Nbw Yoiik, July, 15. -The Nationil
Assoiiiation of Commerc'al Travelers
bezan its annual convention yesterday
In tUisc tv. Ueleuat-s eie in attend
ance from Cleveland, Cincinnati. De
troit, M. Loui?. ban fiancleco. lodian
apolij, Boirton, Syracuee, Utica and
this cliy. The annual elootion of oill-
certi resulted as follows: iT.-siaen', J.
R Trask. of St. Lrmls: flret vice rrsi
dent, Charles Butts, of Cleveland;
second vice preplan', James A. Wall,
of Boston ; secretary and trtasurer, J.
Will rauo. of Syracuse. The conven
tion will la-t two days. Plars will be
(imcuHif it I r helping the b.lt ttirougb
Congr at which abolishes the tax oa
commeiclal tiavelorj. Tho aiHocialou
will try to receive from railroads the
privibge of 300 pounds of bay gagj aad
a uniform rate of milexge.
' The Allnnla Whisky Vnnrn.
Atlanta, Ga., Ju'y 15. I he ia-
j unction ets) of Al lirunck vs. tnecity
of Atlanta, seeking to prevent ttie in
torforrttcs of the polica authorities
with the sale of whisky, wine and bear
by the ()nntt by plaiutill, was tried
vest r Say before Judge Uarlt, ot the
S u peri t Co u it. He reluped to gia: t
an ini line ; ion. and the city will now
proceed to pr. sjtuto JJrouck for viola-
litig the proh bitton law.
Nalliimtt Tenrlivr' ARioi-latlwn.
ToriKA, Kas, July 15. Tho meet
ing ol tun Naticiial "J'eai'.hera' Assoiia
t on jesterday was the lurgoot yet
held. Mi. ming trains bad inrrois!
the number ol visitors to fully 7000.
Priiatitaiift rillrina ifitlirmnil thn an.
nual addtesa. AU of tt o vanous de-
pa tmontn held ineetngs. In ttie
owning Prof. E. A. Winsiiip, Ute sec
reuirr of tLe New West Edueat'on
CoinnilFsiou, sioke on "T ie Educa
tioual Cu-o of Mormoiii-m."
i hleairn tiaa t'oiiipnDy Hold Out,
Ciiicaoo, III , Ju y 15. The plant
of the Coi smnen,' ins Ocmpany wa
fold thii moining to John T I jester,
siippcaed to reprnieut the Cuiuiuiius,
Kent nnd Keyburu syndicate, f ir
1,1) 0.000. Gen. Georxe, . mltu
wm the only othor bidder and his
mgtieat I) a w as I vi vw. I rio c nil
I iiny had istued bends fjr S.tK 0,000
Malra-n la the l rou I It Nlrlchen He
ll lou ul HH.
Wcathkufjiiu, Tux , Ju'y 15. A
t-ii'uram w,B eent to (Jougre sinau
Mi'li-in nt WBh nvtlon yisterd y
aiking tdm to so urc coveriiineut ad
for lhu people ( f tue orouth itricken
region of IVx'S llui)dre''s of fam
ihes are wiifcout th nic ssities of life.
IKath of a -U Haown llnpllitt
Si uan ixin. Pa., July 15. IJ.v. Ieun?
Bevan, IJ. IX, a widely km wo and
liitih'y ts teimd l'aptitt minis e', ilied
an hlnly t bis homa in ChrksG ean
ttiii m ti ing, aiinit 75 vears. He had
been in t e ni'iiie y fifty years.
SubHirttiv lor the "Appeal."
"JIJI, rOETEB AID BOB"
LOOXEY FOB SZNAT0BS.
Mora Gubernatorial Caadldates-In
structions From the Siate Demo
cratic Executive t'jmmittee.
IcoaaiaroKMaci or vat rriAL.l
NaenviLi-a, Tbn , July 14 As you
have already been notified, the State
Democrat c Executive Commnt-e has
instructed the f everal county conven
tions as to iheir duty on tbe 5th of
Angus', and rtquesttd iliotn to see that
tbe names of tbe nominees for Su
preme Coti't Judges bead the tisket at
every poiiiLg precinct, lueycauiion
"committeemen to watch clotely every
tendency toward tcratching, trading
or swapping tbe ncm nees for Supreme
Court Judge, and to discountenance
emphatically and promptly check
such tendencies whenever discovered.
The present harmony in our party
and the bright outlook fr the sucoees
of its nominees, justify tbe warning
that we be not lulled to inactivity by
over confidence. Our .duty as Sate
and county execative committeemen,
honored br our party wub a trust we
are relied on to execute with fidelity,
obligates us ti be alert, active, untir
ing and faithful from now ant 1 the
cluee of this coated, and we should be
ea'itfled with nothing less than the old
advice tbat ought to be closely fol
lowed not only by 'committeemen but
by every member of tbe pany. All
divisions ehou'd be bea'ed lor the sake
of PIUC81B, and peisonalitios should
not be allowed to prevent a victory.
Tue party never had euch an oppor-
tnni'y as opens up tins year lor its
eucceHS. With Ljoney for Governor
ana Jim 1'orier t r united states Sen
ator all tbe sulfa would be bridged-
and all the cores fueled.
Does BoltlufC fay T
Nashville Banrur: Tbat depnndi
upon circumstances. If it succeeds in
di-featiog its party it becomes good
Democracy. Iu 1880. S. F. Wilsan.
and D. L. Snodgraes organized a b li
wbicb secured tbe elcoion ot aKepub-
lean Governor. 1-liam G. Harris
would not epeak witb Snodgrass; that
ie, would not divide time with bitru
What waitbe remit? John li. Savage
was appointed Railroad Commissiones
by Gov. Bate add nominated by a
State Democratic Convention for tbe
eame i 111 :e. D. L' Snodgrass has been
noxnina ed by a Demouiatie Judicial
Convention for Supreme Court Judge,
and ti. F. Wileon was appointed Mar
shal for Middle Tennessee by Piwi
dent Cleveland upon trie recommen
dation of Senator Harr.s and Kepre
centative McMil.in. I am not obipct
ing to these thinge, but I am showing
that it come'imes paya to bo t, . It
Joseph H Fuesell should be e!ot ted
Judge in the Maury circuit over Fat-
tenon, tbe regular jDemoirauo nom
inee, the party w ill honor Fuesell and
give turn anything be asks. .Lei no
man denounce bolters wbo bas him-
eelf supported bolters. A distin-
guiched Democrat said at the temper
ance meeting in the Presbyterian
Cnurch latt Fiiday night that if your
own nominee was sgainet you on this
question and the candidate of the
other paity was with you cross the
lines aud vote tor ttie candidate ot toe
other patty. This man, 1 expect,
never voted lor a bolting cintiniato.
FA III DKALINU.
Nashville Banner: Joseph Ilortsn,
the well known attorney av law, ia an
Inuepeodent candidate fcr Congress
from this district. He is an advocate
of the Blair bill. Mr. Horton will be
opposed in his race by Democratic
nd Republican nominees. Andrew
J. Caldwell, tne present member, 11
T. Morris and John L. Nolan are
epaken of as likely to go before tbe
Democratic Convention. Besides these
gentlemen from Davidson, - Mont
gomery, Robeitson, Cheatham and
Stewait counties will probably pre
sent a rame each. The Republicans
are ucdeclded upon a man to make
Cel. A. M. Lony, of Columbia, is
in tbe city. He is a candidate for re
election to the State Senate. Tbe
Colonel Is outspoken on the Blair bill
and regards it as a moet dangetous
measure, tec ding to centralization. Ho
lemaiked today that he was thorough
ly disgusted with the Southern Sena
tors wno voted fir its pa; sage. He
was asked by a gentleman today if
Col. t o'yar would get to the United
Stales Senate on accout-t of his advo
cacy of the bill. "Not by my vole,"
was 'he Colonel's reply.
Mr. 8ncd;ruB8 was in ccn ultiticn
with Chairman Trousdale yealerday.
It is taid that Mr. Snodgrass is ami us
that his vota stall not fall behind that
of his brotbor candidates.
A Nashville corretpoadent in Tuts
day's Memphis Actual speaks thus of
E. C. McDowell, wrose name bas re
cently been mentioned in connection
with the cilice rf Governor: Col. E.
C McDowell, of Columbia, formerly
i f Mi-mphip, is urged to h t bis name
uo te'ore tha Mute Convention. He
would make a rtrong candidate and a
niot excellent Governor.
Col, R V. Loorey'ti Senatorial bne
cn'inuea to be talked about. An old
Democrat said to a Banner reporter to
d.iy: "The bringing out of that bee is
worrying some purple, nnd 1 em stir
prited that denims hnve not flowed in
upon you. It is comiilered to bo to
the inteiett of some folks to keep that
liBeoutnf Col. Loouey'e bonnet. So
licitous friends wid tee to it tbat he ie
kept on the Gubernatorial track if
preiihle." The Union informs the
Hanner that Mr. l.ooney is a candidate
f .r Governor, and not for the United
Two thousand dull gates will attend
the Democratic State Convention, Au
gust :h. Tho Maxwell House is In
r caipt of letters by every mail order
ing rooms iu advance. Tbe Hon.
ImIiiuu G. Harris will be on hand to
help make the ticket. O.bcr pxrty
leailets are also expected.
Tub Porn.Au Scikncb Monthly for
Aiwu t will open with a r chly illus
trated ar irle rf great economic valuo
entit'od, "Wroda and The r Detruct
ive Fungi " Tne author, Mr. P. II.
Du lley, a civil ongino ret rising repu
ta im, has fcr roveral yenra been
etuflying the etiucture of thore woods
mas commonly employed in the arts,
wuli rit-rence to tbe agencies con
cerned inthiir tfoterioration. The n:-
euhsof Irs Invemliiat'ons put ouito a
dill'erent aspect from the generally ac
cept d ens on the process ol decay,
nn I P'Omlse to lis of vast iiulu-triul
imparlance lu their p'aitical applica
Thk Hon. David A. Wells cloros h!
perb s of papers in The Popular Srieiue
Monthly eu "An Economic Study of
Mtxici'i," with an article in tl.e August
nnniher cns'ueiig the a'tiiule
w hicli the United Stii'cs ehouid tuke
toward that conatry. Havfng given
us whet it accepted by tbe test in
formed aa a generally acenra'e and
approximately complete statement of
the deplorable condtioi of affair
wbicb now exists in Mexico, Mr.
Wells miintait.s th it, being pirtly re
sponsible for this ouni ve, we should
assume tue role, heneelo-th, of the
generous big brother, and actively
aesret them ia their strivings' after
At this MMaon nnarlr m wf ona nwla to mm tomi
aV art rat fnniA lltfrilN iI.m Into aJrufMtt AVHrr nhvo
kUUuu'i praecripuou far til jm wiaO wut bUjUdua Dfjc
For WeHfcueaa, j,iuillaitf, j.i
f nerar, .tr-, it HAH NO HQVAU
tlia onlv Tnm aidiina tliat u not Inll
A I- and ia
It Knrirln-a the Hlood, lnvlaornlna the
Hyateui, Uoatttree Appetite, Aiua Uiaeatloa
n aoea not uaM r mjura tna wow, oauie noaa
ac ha or rjrocluo(iruitJptiuotJir if mtl to
Pa. a H. Bni&rsi, ImOtug t&uti jtaaitt BMiaa
field. Ohio. ujl
' Brown'a 1
etna. 1 uta It in my practice, and nuti'ils action ex
cels all otharfunimol iron. lnweaknAM,oralowoon
dltion of tlia flysl an, Brown's Iron Blttera ifl uauallr
pnaiUra noownaj . It is all Uiat la alaiiDsd for it,"
Da W. N. Wunma, 1319 Thlrty-sooond Street.
Georietown, D. U, sa: " Brown's' Iron Bitters ia
Mia Tonio of tlia ra. Mothina better, It oreatea
appatita, girea suait-th and trnvrorea claeation,"
Ganntna haa abor Trade Mark and oraraed red tinea
ou wrapper. Take mm altanr. Mfcseonlj br
BUOWM HEMlfcAbCO., UALTHUMiK, siOJ
STATE TREASURER'S OFFICE, .JULY
1, IH86I0 Kxcollency Win. S. Bala,
Uovernor of the btete ol iennecee Bir : I
hereby make to yo my quartarly remit for
tha quarter e minis July 1, 188d,
JAMES T. THOMAS. Treaaurerv
Balanoa In Treasury April 1 , tiei, 3 tS
Auinunt received iroiu
Truntees . $i0,132 89
County Court Clerks.... 77,802 TA
Circuit Court Clerks.-... 4,285 14
Law Court Clerks 41 91
Hupreme Court Clerks.. 846 81
Chancery Court Clerks. 4,9(i7 69
Criminal Court Cle?k.. 1,410 56
Revenue Colleotbrs ... 140 31
Bank Tax 3,6'U 28
Heilemntion of Lands... 2.7M 114
Insurance Tax V.H 71
Etohealed Pronert? 8'J6 35
UoMinnville and Man-
ohenter Railroad 1.777 f .1
Lessees Bute Peuiten-
tiarv T5.2S0 00
Supreme Court Report. 342 0U
Bank of Tennessee New
Issue KriiensB 2i2 02
Lyons View Farm, rent 840 Ol
Railroad KtatoTa.-t. Wo 00
Pullman Southern Car
' Coinnanv obJ be
ro and bhelbyville
Turnpike 26,85 50- 2D6.o75 11
Tetal receipts SB65.778 59
StaU Proseoutlons $11,584 00
lntorest Estate ueottpasi
due coupons) 40,3! 50
Interest 8chool Fund... 4.M m
Salaries Judicial 24,841 38
Salaries Court of Ref
erees 1.000 00
Salaries Kxeciulve 4,037. 51
Halarios Officers of Pen
itentiary 1,7!J il
Salaries Bup't Hospital
Insane Mid. Tenn 500. 0
Salaries Bup't HospiUl
Insane Baas l'enn 500 (0
Salaries Adjt. General.. 300 (0
Salaries Lia arUn 3t
i-iilarlei As'tLibrar;an , lot M
b-lariasSup'tof Publio ,
Instruction. - 333 32
Salaries Sup't Capitol... r- 50 00
Balaries Attorney Uene- ,
ral and He porter 500 00
Salaries Clerks Comp
troller's Oflice ' 649 98
8alarie Clerk Treaiurr
nr's Offlos 309 99
Salaries Clerk Secretary
of State's OIBca 240 99
Salaries Clerk Govern
or's Office - 102 60
Salaries Bup't Public
Instruction...1. S3 32
Expense Capitel 610 25 ,
Kxpense Ireas'rs Office.. 53 50
Office 52 00
Expense Library 31 25
Expense Com. Schools... 1,578 60
Expense Funding 378 15 '
Expenre Court ot Ret- '
erees 77 03
Expense Habile Anns... 55 Oil
Expense Executive 26 50
Xxnenss t"oretnry of ,
Bute's Office 25 00
Kxpeme Supreme Court 8t2 61
Expmie Bank of Ten- '
nersee New Issue 136 67
liospitil Insane Middle
Tennessee 20,750 00
Hospital Insane Eaat
a Tennessee 5,797 10
Hospital West Tonn 4,0(11100
Btate llnard of Health... 905 63
Htate Normal Colleae....' 4.050 00
StaU Penitentiary In
suranoo 818 76
Arresting Fugitives 605 00
Pension to Blind,. 01
Public PrinUng 17160
Tax Aggregates HI 00
Pleuro Pneumonia 146 K5
Hefunded Kevenue 36 58
Bank of Tennessee New
lint Certificate can-
eeled 26,033 00
Bank of Tennessee Old .
Issue cancoled 31100
Kxprers Charges 39 W '
Supreme Court Reports 1,213 25
Bureau ' Agriculture,
Butistlos and Mines... 2,625 00
Tenneane Bchool for
iilimf: 4,000 00
Tonneivee School Deaf
and Vuuib 5,000 CO
Totnf disbursements t21l,lr8 74
Tn treasury, balance on haud 1M.619 85
Tho above balance con
Amount in b'nk aa por
Scliedule No. 1 $151,020 42
Cath on hand a 154,619 85
SOIIKDDLa No. 1, SlIclWTS.l Bai.ancks in Bakk
Jui.t 1, 1886.
First National of Nashville t 911,106 14
Com Hernial Nnt'l of Nashville 49,188 42
Sheiliyvltlo Savin. s Bank 3,265 86
Total 1131,620 42
The amount tn Shelbrville Savings Bank,
$3, 265 86, is not subject to check, bank sus
pended, leuving balance in bank available
und subject to chork, 8 . T''. balances
In all other depositories bave ! , within
tbe last lew days, tranileneri t nshviiio
doiionitorlos tn order to moot J...y iuterost,
which, by acts of 1SS3, it payalila at Nash
ville, July 1st. )
This ia to Chrtiky, That I have compared
the above lUttment of Hie receipts and dis
bursements in the Treasurer's office for the
quarter beginning April 1 and ending July 1.
issii, with uheacouunts In myown oiliceaod
find the some to be correct. ' '
1 luve olco examinedlhe statements ren
dered br the depositories of the Stale and
rind th ir respective tfUtenien's to agree
with tho amounts aj sat forth in appended
I have also made aotuil coun' of all cash
on hand in the treasurer's office and find the
amnunt to be as reported in the above, aod
that said ropjrt is in eve-y respect correct.
P. 1'. PICK A K
r mux ix
w I v. m
ExsrpTiva Ornoa, July 1, 1886. The fore
going statement of all moneys now in tbe
Treasury of the State of Tunnotsee, and such
aahavsnren received therein and beon dis
bursed therefrom for the period set forth in
aid report, it being Iroui April 1, 1886, to
July 1, 1886, made by James VV. Thomas,
Treasurer, and certifisd by P. P. Pickard,
CompirolUr, in oanfoimity to the require
ments ot the legislativt act passed March 22,
188.1, has been examlntd by me and 1 nnd
correct, showing balance in troasury I1M,
6ltiK5, anil the lame is horaby certified and
WM. B. B ATK. OoTernor.
HKA1 N KSH-Its OA?SKS and CURB.by
one who was deaf twenty-eight years,
'r-atoa Ivmostot the noted specialists ol
V . diy with no benefit. Cuaxo MmaiLf in
tli-re months, ani since then hundreds ol
others by ame process. 1 plain, simple and
successful home treat-new. Address T.iS.
VAUE,123Eatt2bOibU,Nag York City.
GEBMfJ BANK OF MEMPHIS
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUKE 3a 1886.
eash -. 76,739 52
Bight xchange.. 203,604 81
Leans and diiooctrta
Bankinghouse fursituro and &x-
Other roal estate. ..
Stock? and bonds...
3,500 Oil '
Totil . .290.397 84
I. El ward tJoldWnalth, Cankltrr of
sjjjv awvw wivuiea jw cvrnvi
EDWASD eOaOSniTH, CasMer,
Sworn-U and subiciibed before thia Juc 30, 1886 -
HL5SD0N fARY. Notary Public.
1IT - ,1 1 . 1 1 , 1 .
earnings ot tne past six monms, inrlt tue
set aside for Contingent and.
Mkmphh. Tsrwg., .TnlT 1, 1886. '
i. jTuV 0 " 6 ' aving carcruf iy sxsmicia tuv xiooks, Aoeouou, jmhs ana uasn or
the GERMAN BANK, report tbe above etaterwnt corrnet and satisfactory. We recom
mend that a Cash Dividend of Seven aad One-nttf (7) Per Cent, b declared out of the
AND TRUST COMPANY.
Qjt'CjRri.laBg-aart Jvi-iy 1.1300.
MTATEHIjEjVT AT CLOSE OF BrSINES!?, JVTm 3i I88.
Cash on hand and i bank. ......$ 27,984 9
Olfice fixtures .. . H)t (W
Bills discount.. 41,669 S2
Bonds and invuenosnts (aarket
yalue) . 69,910 20
. . $140,164 78-1 110,164 78
-TWe, the undersigned Cbenmittee, heratry certify tbat we lave examined the above
statement, and Oaen, Bill aad Investments, and fin J tbem all correct an-d satisfactory.
We recommend thai the suraot 83500, frouj.&a tarninga-ef past pix mont!i, .be oredited to
Sarplut Fund. NAPOLEON Hllilj,
D. P. HADDEN, President. .T. . HANDWERKBBj,
EWD. Ol.MilH, Vice-President. M.GAVIN,
JAH. NATHAN. Cashier. la
AT CRAM'S SEED STORE,
39 Union St., Memphis, Tena.
Ntlll la tb snarhel,
209 MAIN STREET,
L. D. MTJLLINS, of late J. R. Godwin ft Co. JAS. TONGS, late of J. W. Caldw.U k Or
MULLINS & YONQE,
Cotton Factors &Commission ftlerchants
No. 1 Howard's Btw, Cor. Front and Union. Memphis.
NAPOLEON HILL, President. W.N. WILKEIiSON, Tlcft-FresMea
U. J. LYNN, CaBhiei.
Mfimflnis Citv Hirfi fctmm b
lUUlUUIUU X11U W UUUXiUU
:iMES A OKKEBAI, FIKE AMD JfABINB BCSIHBSS.
A QUARTER GF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FURSTENHKIM, WM. I. COLE," 4 'JAMES KEILLT, JOHN L0A9VI
S. MANSnELD, D. B. MYKK8, W. D. BETHELL.
Ofiice19 $lHwnn Street, Mecaplile Tenn
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S&6-SS iront Ht.t Memphis, Tenn.
U ' B.. HI B 1S7M n aai ,
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchanfo
Mo. 11& Hitnih iff ln St. Jjituiw-
(HCCOEISSOBS TU MKACHAM c HOBtOS)
Old Stand, No.19 Union St., Memphis.
376-378-80-38.i-38jW8e Second street, sotith ot Gayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Shinglei
MoaMlnr. I.mna. rrtas-
"THE NTAXDAKD OF TIIE 1VOULD."
1'AitiOB A1ND CHAPEL STYLES, 2o.00 AND UP1VABD.
trlERUS Cash, or easy Monthly Installmonts. Write for Illustrated Catalogue.-
O. K.. I3COTJOK1 OO.
HOLE AOEXrS FOB THE SOUTH W EST,
TSTo. OOO 3MEa1xx St., Wtxxr-li Tonn,
Na. 1I I nlua HtrerU Naahvllle. I Mo. IIOO Olive llwl, St. Eonla.
KELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
No. 393 Main Street, Gajos llloola.
thi ' -'
Capital etoch J2W.000 00
Surplus land 140.0U0 00
Net BroGti past six
won Sis ...126,345 16
Profits previously un
divided 1,908 40
I Total.... fl,2S0,3S)7 8)
Ibe tiermaa Babls, do talemnljr Bwcai
, , . 1 T, . n . . . .
lur wer sum or aaisJU' oat or swiit tarnints be
, LOUIS HANAtiKR,
, it u. atiAVKa.
JOHN T. FROST,
J. X- PHTTIT.
1 Examininr Commlttew.
Capital 1 J 20,060 09
Surplus.. 4 !,5M 00
Profits (et S TUODths) 3,8 60
Fund for taxis tlOU' 75
Deposit..'....., , 114,235 43
wllk a fnll aasiort
i : MEMPHIS. TENN.
Pfa ! as-V
r I L
M anVMtMBMI na Afl stQi.
IS formally OlMTltd, BdeTtheEearoana,
oirtit of A. W. Kinavaf ColJnoili, Miss,
assistod bv Oeorae W. Day. Ihi we)
known waterins; plaoe la directly on thelin
of tha fieuisvilleand Nashrille R.R., thirty
three miles north of Birmineham. fie
Baths aad Sulphar Baths a apeoial featara
Ihes, waters are too well known to need
lurtber notice. Far circulars and further in
formation apply to General Manager, A. W.
KIN'i. B'srd rwtsnnable.
WILL 1m opened June 1st. This noted
watorinir-piaoa is sitwttad six miles
from JFad Furnace, on tha liashrille and
'lascaloosa miiroad, in Hickman county
Tenn. llack will moet all trains at jtna
and will convey guest to springs at a very
low rata. -Board,
g2VPrr Month : Pr Day.
ftpm-la Knlrs to ramlllrsi.
We invite ail who wua to spend tha most
pleasant season of their lives to ceine to
Beaverdam. especially seekers ot pleasura
and health. Uood wafer and pure air ia
H rjODLESTO OT BKOS.,
Liverymen, Centrevillh Teaa.
K. A. DEAN, Prop'r Centreville Hotel.
HAND HIITH,, AKrtlJI HtniNVm
'- r. rj:u t.
Virginia mountaias. Picturesque turrnand
Inge, extensive and beautifully shaded lawa.
Gas, alectrio bells, and all aredern improve
m..l. T .! . . ; 1 . : I . . ,, l. A
U.WU.S. j.nv uailJ'Ul.JI., PUB!., IfllBKmilUHD.
express offices on tha premise, labia tha
very best. Luxuiiously furnished roomrt
aurerb band of music Send for illustrate!
pamphlet. Cbaraea moderate Open for vis-
uors, June jjin. Waters.- j"m, Vhmtvbeaf
ana rrrrwone. n. i. lljaVriUJI.Man'irr.
Old Point Comlortv Yirginitw
TERMS for the imsoi of 1886, beglnninr
June 1st. reduced i&'to 60 nr flnnf. knt:
the highest ataadari'of excellence main
Send for illustrated deioriveiva namnhlei
F . W. P1KB, Msnager.
THESE Sprints are situated on Hurrioana
Creek, Franklin County, Tennessee, and
apon the western bench ol tho Cumberland
THE YAICE OF TIIE WATER
In Iytenlw. Diarrhea, Dvarnteirv
1.1 ver and silduey 'Fruublra is founded
upon actual cures. It is against those dis
eases that the conquering influence of tha
water is directed with perhaps tbe best suc
cess. It relieves with Ccrtaini and Ce
lerity inflammation and ulceration of tha
bowels, and removes all likelihood of their
In isyapenala. it carries off tha aoaa-
mulated mass ol acidity.
Ia I.I ver and Kinney Comnlainta tha
water bas a specific action. Iteradicates all
malarial poison from the- lyetemrand la a
certain speoitic for all diseaaea having their
origin in malaria.
ten a tor pamphlets containing analysis.
Four dally mails. Telearanh or telanhaaa
and express facilities perieot.
ii iu ur.it sbbu., rropnetora,
or SB. AMUK08K MGHRKON,
Hurricane Springs. Tenn.. via Tullahoma.
Among the fiorthera Lakes
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hun
dreds of delightful places where one can pass
the summer months in quiet rest aad enjoy,
ment, and return home at the end of tna
heated term completely rejuvenated. Each
recurring season bringa to Oconomowoe,
Waukesha, Beaver Daaa, Frontenao, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, Whit Bear, aid innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantic names, thousands of our best people
whose winter hemes are on either side of Ma
son and Dixon's line. lUeganoe and com
fort, at a moderate coat, can be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, with all
necessary informa ion pertaining thereto, ia
being distributed by the Gmoaeo, Milwac
iii and Ht. Paul Kailttat, and will be sent
free upon application by letter to A. V. H.
n ... A 1 n l . u:i
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY-, KY. The excellence
of tbe cuifino, and accommodations char
acteristic ol this note! during the past three
years, shall be fully maintained this season.
Excursion tickets to tha HDrinrs bv tha 1,.
and N. Kailway are good via Louisville, both
going and returning, t proofed on first train
succeeding arrival iivLouisville.
w t. mkawt. Pre't. J. C Klptlt. Hup t.
RI AL ESTATE.
No. 6322, B. D. Chancery Court of Stelby
county state of lennessee tor use etc.,
vs. as .ry K. Ashfoed etal.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
aale entered in the above eauseon the
4th day of January, 1886, M. B. 60, page
637, 1 will tell, at public auction, to the
bigbeet bidder, in Iront ot tne tiers: and
Master's offioe, courthouse of Shelby county,
Memphis, Tenn., ea
Satntxhay, Inly SI, 188,
Ithln legal hours, the following de
scribed property, situated in Shelby county.
Tennessee, to-wit: The south part of lat 5,
block 38, fronting 35 feet on the east side of
St. Martin streethi a depth of 219 feet, said
lot being 160 feet north ot Linden street.
Terms of Sale On a credit of six months;
notes with security, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 26, 18K6.
M. I. mcliuwklij, uiergand Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
F. H. and 0. W. Hclskell. Hols.
No. 6227, B.D. Cbaooery Court of Shelby
county, l'enn. JSamund Urgilt vs. J. A.
Bx virtue of an order of sale made in the
above eausr, if not sold sooner at pri
vate sale, I will sell at publio auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following uroo-
erty at tbe lollowing times and places:
first. un tne premises, at soumeast cor
ner of Court and Lauderdale streets. Mem
phis, Tenn., beginning at 10 o'olock a.m.
AvndAT.Jolv 2. IXNll. I will sell: Lot
of Tanks and Coil, lot of l'ump, one Wagon
Tank, one pair of Scales, lot of Steam Pipes,
v ai ves, i;ocKt,t;oi, noctions, i ittings, mocas,
Dies, Tongues, Tools and other machinery,
beint, part of the property constituting tho
outfit of the Tennessee Oil Company.
tecond. in tront ot mo. 2vu Front street,
Memphis, Tenn., beginning at 2 o'olock
...... .1 I .. t U U u T Ml II
I,UJ. .,. I.J , . H.JJ J .I-. ".,,, X Hill
one Folding De-k, one Lounge, one Type
Wiiter, one large Talile. one Bailing, one
Standing Dot It, one Flat-top Desk, one Safe,
one large Cnbtnet tor samples, one letter
Press, one Wstor Cooler, one Cyclostyle,
eight Window Shades, two Revolving Chairs,
two Office Chairs, one Stove and Fixtures,
one Matting, one pair Letter Soales.
v. it. khmk, tt.celvcr.
IMPStRTF.n Bf ATTK I, EFFKBTES-
Cr.N't' NINt.Ht. HtTKR. FKUft
BIRRF.SBORN. UNKXI'ELLED fob
FAMILY H8K RKCCMMKND
ED BY THK
II l brat Hedteiil Aatborltlea.
Solo Agents for Memphis,
IA) B WAKltETT.
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Europe and Uni
ted States. Mole Agents) 1st
I i,iirl Nlnira for celxhrated
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
er. Takes bamclna; ont (
kn rostcres pantaloonsti
onginit! shape. Only patent
Stretcher onuibining screw ro(
in combination with clamps,
All others Intringcments.
Original and oniy Mlroicli"l
lor arnllfinea'a tins. B
Express securely packed. Price 13 50, Write
Inr circular. Acenls wnnted in every city.
w. aii.viansaw t ., Boatou.Waxa.
MEALTH IN WEAII H.-Da. E. O.
W atiT'. NaRva and Bang TatATiiiMT.
a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Disii
no8. Convulsion"!', Fits, Netvoui Neural
gia, Headache, Nerve-. Prostration, canset
by tne use oi aiconoi or rooacoo; nase
fulness. Mental Depression, Sa'tcning of the
Brain, resulting in Invanity and loa ing to
misery, decay and death; Premature "i
Age, Barrenness, lost of Power in either
Involuntary Losses and Sperma'"1
rhea, cum J by over-exertion of the brtla
self-abuse or on riodulsence. Each box c.: ;.
tains one nionit. ttoatment. (1 a box : :
six boxes for IS, teni bv mail prepaii, :
receipt of price. We cuarrntce Six Btj1;
to care any case. With oach order r.ieiv
by usforsix boxes, accompanied witu , .
we will tana tne purchaser oar nr:..
gnarartte to refund the money if the t...
ment doe -ot efinct a enre. ilnaranteag
issned onlybv V Wl'NliKUX 4 Co,, i)ri
gttu, Keavhli, Ivtn.