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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, JULY 22, 18b.
INTERSTATE BILL AGAIN
I P IN THE HOlftE.
Farther Action on lhe River and
Harbor Ilill-lbe I'ajne Mut
ter in the Senate.
Wamiisutos, July 21. Ut,u. Mr,
Jloirison'g concurrent resolution, re
sorted from tup Ways and Means
Committee providing for ths adjourn
mebt of Congress on Julv "S.h, aftir
btiitm opposed by Mr. Kinitin, Mr.
W favor, -Mr. Uayne, Mr. Hcpbume
and -Mr. Willis, was passed by a vote
of J 4r to ;.
Tho House then went ititj com
rnittee of the whole (Mr. Hatch Mo.l
in the chair), on the Senate amend'
merit to the river ntul harbor bill, the
rem! in it nneetiou bcmir on l he motion
made by Mr. Hewitt X. Y., ttrikiiig
out tha clause f jr 1 tie imnroveuient of
Isew York harbor, Ho withdrew the
Tha ..coainit'.ee then rce and the
derate amendment hay-inn been non
concurred in tbe bill was sent to a
Then a eUueglc- arose for priority of
consideration brtween the intMit
commerce and the Northern i'dcitie
forfeiture bil'a, which was lesDlved
yes 142, nayi Vd in favcr of the
The Senate bill was read at lenntb,
together with theatnendment reported
by the Cotnmitfee on Commerce,
w hich is !o stiike out nil afier ttie en
acting clauRe and insert the House bill.
Mr. Reagan supported the House
bill, while ftlefsra. O'Xoil Pa., Davis
Mass. and Hepburn la tavoied the
Mr. Hiit f 111. 1 favored both bills in
o lar 8B tney cunlaineu mo ineniori
ous piovisinns prohibiiing imiiason..
able rntflc nniiiHt discrimination, m
bate, and preferred a commission bill
because it Jimi baen practically tried
in minds end many othar States, as
well as in Knaland, France and other
countries, while the lteagan bill wa
in experiment. Tbe peeji'e demandad
that eomettiiriK be ilono t ) relieve ana
Drotect them and tbev preterrod the
Senate bill to talking about iclorui and
The lloute then look a recess tint
8 o'cloi'k, tha evening aoseion to be for
general debsto only on the Interstate
Senator Hoar, from the Committee
on the Judiciary, reported favorably
bill to rental seet;ons 17tt", 17tW, 17!,
1770, 1771 aid 1772 of the ltv ss
Statutes. I The tenure of tho ollice act.
The repeal in not, however, to ailed any
otlicar hitherto aii'pendod under the
pro v it ion 6 of said sections or any
deeiirpation, nnmtnatinu or appoint
mem heretofore made by virtue of the
provisions tin riiof.
Senator Van Wjck, in piesentinK
another lutcii ii KiiilmiI of I.bjr pe-
titu ns in favor of laud bills and the
Oklahoma bi 1, rial a letter from
Joseph Unsuiiiont, chairman of the
Lfg slatiVH Committee of the Kniithts
of Labor (by whom these pit'tions
nave beeti sint ti si many benarors)
staling (in mponso to Senator Wst'a
remarks Vfatoiduy) that these petitions
weraer'nuine acd were cent to him
either directly or by authority of the
persona purporting to have signed
them ; and further, that tbey were ex
preaMy authorized and sanctioned by
the (fraud General Executive lS.iatd
of tbe order in tbe United Spates,
Tbe Bena'e then at noon proceeded
to tne eonsnleniuon ot tne report
tbe matter of tie election of Senator
Payne, and w s addressed by Senator
I ugti in an advocacy of the position
taken bv himet If, Senator Saulsbury,
Senator Vance ind Senator Eustis, to
tne ettect mat theie cad been no ex
pref sion of a belief or suspicion on tbe
part ot any member of tho commutes
to the etl ct that Senator l'avne was
connected in the remotest degree, by
act or knowledge, with anything
wrong, cnnvnai or immoral in bis
election, and that no further invents
Ration of the charges should be mada,
lie criticised the vieasof the minority
(senators iioarann frye) ami argued
they were in conflict with the prece
dent i ol the Senate in former can b ef
a similar ilnratter. One reinnrkuble
feature in the report of the niiucrity
was that hi er dec uring tbe Senate to
be a cjuit which would have to hear
and pass upon the title of Senator
I'ayne to hie neat, tbey had "dumped'
on tbe Situate all the tra h
and lilth that could b.i
scraped no from Democratic news.
papers and anonymous letter writ rs
in rrtinnl to the menus employed to
cover Mr l ayue s elect on. Could ii
be that tlio inmoilty believed that such
Btutl w u (1 have aiy weight on the
minds ef SeiutoM? It never could
have a ft at Ij m a we slit on the Senate
He had m-rely desiied to pieeei.t tne
ca brii tly, and now iu tbe namia of
seven it tua nine members of the
Commit e on Privileges and KIo-
Uon, li movml that that cumuli tos
be (tiaeliatged f'om the futthtr eon.
sideiat on ot ihe. subjeit.
Seriator HoHr addresfed the Senate
in support of ilia views' of himself and
fcenatir rrve, recommendiDg an In'
Test gatlon of the cba gas. Such in
veatlgati , lie argued, ws due ti
bena'or 1 ayux, btC4uao it could only
make it app ar that tbe suspicion
which all Senators were so eager to
remove, did not rest upon him per
sonally aud ought not to rest on
friends n a oat him. or upon the State
that bad so honored him.
Senaioi Logan took the floor to re
ply to tbe aigument ol Senator Hoar
nd to su- a u tbe views expressed in
the report signed by himself a d
Senators Tel er and Evarta. He wis
as ready now rs at.y Senator (and
ever li-B bi eu) to expel a lnnmV r, if
he felt ju tifi d in po vot or, bu if, rs
in this c -f t-, ho SfliiHtu aat app a ed
toongrb ed t-tatemeutt, on ga bed
ea'ric.a f perversions of teatiinony to
do inju. ti e t man or to his reputa
tion, be (8 uator Lonan) was not tuo
man to d it. There were many con
iderat.ons in this matter. While be
might be appealed to on one
side for tha benefit of bis pa y
associates to do an act wtiioh,
in his judgment, was n t war
ranted bv i tie law or the fact be
was apposed to on the other hand by
tbe knoie ige which he had of hon
ored ae, ol I ouesty of pmp we and
of fair cart c er. Not only ibi', but
he knew Net., t r Tayce to hive b en
aa dev. ted to h government a d to
the count y during the war a any
mtn whiH voice was heard nihil
the Senate c eraser. When he a
aaked to dea wio.igly with the ighta
of such a Dian, bis answer wa. t at
thera w a no power in the lan t tht
could be r- ngvt to bear npo i b.m.
either from newspapers or p lit a)
brawleis, to d i ruci injustice
Senator L g n eintinunl a' gr-at
leng h, Bi jring ibat the pr. a nt ii.vw
t'gat on looi d i.ke an att mpt t kill
ou neuvin.i.aii rcnaiors, ana aj o
pecia'ly dir c od airaint bimse f He
neciauy air c ea Hfalnt btmseH He.
then referred to the Cincin, ut r,,m. I
tnncial m lb. following term.; .
Cinctnntti Commrri Ml Gnzttie is a very
intlueDt al paper, a very pouerlul
paper, imlioJy uiHputes turn, n :
owned and edited (and hai been for a
longtime) by a man named ilnlt-tead.
He is a gvii'lcimvi of wealtli and in
fluence, and it ia easy for him to
trample on a rreature like me bertin-e
I have no aspirations in the world be
yond what I am, and inasmuch as the
State of lllinoiH d us not always ask
my friend Hal tvad h t she
shall do about her Senator", nnd
aa I am not de-iring to bo a
Senator from Oliio, I propose that n.y
friend Ha!ntead tball have all the
power ami influence and i hall exer
cise it against rue in Ohio. I will try
to lake tare of myself at home. Hal
rtead as I raid is eu iiifir.i-ntal man.
In the days of Abtabnm hincoln Ual
rt?ad thought that Lincoln bad ought
to be chucked auaiutt the wall end
his brains knocked out, cr eometiiing
like thht. That wan compliuiea'ary
to Lincoln. In ISfili Halstea 1 thought
t irant was a diunkfii old loafer wtio
ought to be kicked out of society.
Tliat was couii)limentary to irant.
Aftir Grant aa elected l'rfstdent,
Halstead thought that be was a dirty,
corrupt old rcjundrcl who was not to
be trusted by the people of the coun
try. So in 187J Ha'Btead supported
Greeley for the Presidency against
Grant becaii'e Grant was not a man to
ha ti uat sd. I came to the Senate here
a!mo:t accidentally, and ths lirst thing
1 knew when I e' t here I picked up
the Cincinrjii i Giiniiiercutl one day aud
found five columns of that paper
charging my fiiend from Ohio, who
presides so honorably and fairly over
ibis bedy, with all forts of things. The
er.icle ws written from Washington
City and publMifd with great head
tints to show that our friend, senator
Sherman, was a dishonorable and cor
rupt man. wbo ought i ot to be trumed
a L vwhere on account of some kind i f
denouement that be had with quar
trmaaters duiiog tbe war. The next
thing that I found in tbe Cincinnati
Commercial was thtt James Ot. Hlaine
was a scoundrel, a thief and a villain
who should be executed at tho
nearest lamp poet. I did not believe
it about Maine I did not be
lieve it about Sherman. I did not
believo it about Grant and I did net
believe it about Lincoln. 1 did not
think I was big enough fellow to be
attacked by the Cincinnati Commirrial,
ana 1 never dreamed of men a thing.
Hut 1 soon found it pitching inagaiuat
rome olhir people (it is not necessary
for me to mnntioa names), but the
other day 1 picked it op and to my
utter astonishment lound my came
mentioned in it In the complimen ary
way in connection with tbe names of
two other Senators who are greiter
men than myself, llalsttaii is the
man who gr.t up this esse by first pub
lishing all there Donovan charges, and
he says, speaking in a very kind man
ner of the Senator from New York,
the Senator frrm Colorado and my
eelf, that all thearisof cor.upt schemes
aod all the blandishments of millions
had been brought to bear upon us.
Mr. Logan here quoted from the
Cincitma i Commercial 0i:tttetm att'cle
againut himsi If and Senators Evarta
and Teller, and speaking of Senator
Evarts a representative of coal oil
in the Senate, and that as to Teller he
was not worth talking about. "Tbe
Presi'ential boom," the article con
tinued, "ol two distinguished lispnb
lican I'nitod S ates Scnattrs can now
be tenderly laid away to enternal rest."
"That," said Mr. Logan, addressing
Senator Evaits, "means yourself and
tne Sena'or from Ohio, Senator Sher
man." Laughter. "It can not allude
to anybjdy else, 'i'bete is nobody else
that is spoken of in that art e'e who is
an aspirant far any offlco of that kind"
(laughter), continuing to quote from
the art'ele, "Ohio Republicans will sen
that their graves are kept green."
"Ihnnks." aaid Senator Logan, "to
the Ohio Republicans. That
ia kind and generous of tbem
(again quoting from the article),
"fha Standard Oil Comnanv dors not
confine its influence to the Homocratio
party. Three Republican Sxnatotg
have been waited upon in behalf of
boadle." I read this to show how far
men will go to destroy their brethren
who are as hono-able as tbev are.
There ia another article from the Coi-
martial (lattttt ttating that Mr. George
iox bad been on a visit to West ir-
ui nia, ami that just bi fore he left theru
Ninatir Camden, "whose, intiiuute re
lations to tha Standard Oil UempBtiv
are well known," hn.l ttlegrapbed to
prominent Dtinncrnts that only six
more votrn wtr. anted to carry the
S.mato, and that tbey vro prepared
to pay $')iC;) each for tbem. Now, raid
Senator Logan, I say that any man
whj will puM'hIi snch an infamous
slander, and such a villainous lie a
that upon honorable memberj of his
own parly is unworthy of tecevnltinn
anywhere. I unk Sena'or Ciinpbn to
s'ate whether that dispatch U trua or
Mr. Camden repeated the s'a'cmcnt
wnicn fie Ind made in the Sena e two
or three weeks iuo, when the (lis atch
was urfei ci lsd to bis attention. Ih
nonncing it rs msliuiou", fn's-i and
without the slightest shadow of foun
Senator Loudii cintinud hia review
ol tne career f Murat Uals'cad and
tho Coiii(Tn'(it at siiiie furthtrleng h,
referring particularly to hla war
record, and showing that h a paper
had always been airdnst the V a.lrr-of
the l'.pnblican na'ty. and that th
Commercial ans nnwoitbv of bebef in
any parti tiiar, H brought Ins fpaech
to a cioks Dv dec tar nir tnat he bad
dono his duty, and would stand by it,
for bis action was right and just and
ironer. lAnnluilcn nn tllA it mr ntut
n the gallery.
ranaior teller followed, and was nro-
celling t) analyze the tos iinony ia
the case, bnt save wiv to a motion to
adjon n, hoKli g the floor to conclude
bta remarks tomorrow.
Cincinnati. O. Julv 21. Tha
Randle A Dugan Machinery Compauy,
No. 1ft. Ka-t Fr.mt stref, assigned to
Harry Hughes. P'e'erenc 8 ware
lven t) the. First Na 1 mat Rank of
Covington, $2225; Union Nvlonal
hank of Cincinnati, $4 72; Ihbn
Dngn.$0t)C, and a lew ot'wr amall
amo'inta. Lialul tit a ar wdimatoil at
1)0,000. Mo statement of asacta baa
been id ado,
Ifca rarllosi riabt ! Uenlnrkr.
LouisviLbt, Ky., J 1. 21. - A riHir
om London. Kv.. a- v the Frnh
nd Kvrsl tii ti n foil htat Hazard
Hondry, and tbat. at leant one man
' a killed. Tne report rays tbe
ietich faction h ilds t'e town.
Naet hj M )irl-Frrarn of
Kt. Louis. Mil . .l.iiv 21 Ymtari'nv
ft moon viau i ant Co a Pavenpof,
nd A r.na, i to ir i ou ti , were n'ayi a
n a san t pit , tdi n iiigha n.whe i Hie
a d av-d m ai d Inn nd all thre.
Anna freed h -ia lf, and iu aay he
' anh abevo ('o-a n.n n- n.-uiD tmr fmi.
(hue aUonine t, i,r Bt.e. Hn,i .v.
ingberlils. Ti e body i f her ot. er
C nin she was litiab n'to It ml. ami tan
- otbe nnarnt lou.a for aid Ova
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THE HEW IRISH 10UCY.
SUGGESTIONS TO THE INCOMING
The Strongest Men Must He 1 laced
at tbe Helm-Gladstone's Itcsltr
London, Ju'y 21. Thi linn urges
that it is an indieptiikible liecesai'y
that the s'rong st and rrnst capabl-i
etak'-inen in me Irish p uty be cN Btn
toailminiiterlri-.il afla rs. "Another
important chai g," the Timet bwb,
"which is absolutely nects-ary is the
trani fer of Mr. Hmiilton, I'nder Sec
retery at Dublin Castle, who is the
driving wheel of the ediuinntration,
to some other cilice, 11a ia a man of
remarkable ability, but it ia idle to
di-gu se tbe fact that be has gravely
onipromited biB position as a perma
cent oflieial by h s clofe c3nnttion
with Mr. (iiadstone's Irish policy, of
winch, indeed, lie is believe u to be In
some sense, the author.
glanktonk's resignation AC( El TBI).
Mr. Gladstone at 2 o'clock this after
neon received fiorn the Queen her ac
ceptance of the resignation of bimse f
and hia Ministers. The Marquis of
Salisbury left Dieppe today for Lon
don. RoyalUt Kloilna at MarBelllra.
London, July 21. The royalist riot
ing at Mar-eillea continued yesterday
and laHt n:ght. Tue military at mid
iiigiit char.ed the mob, capturing 200
of the lioters and turning tbem over
to the ens'ody of tbe police. Ten per
sons were wounded during tbe con
flict. The t'reacb (table Company.
Tarih, July 21. Soen after tbe meet
ing of the shareholder of the Fiench
Cablo Company, which wb held here
June 23 1. two cliques of shareholders
began suit in tbe Tribunal da Com
merce to compel tho 15 ard of Directors
to call another general meoti igand to
resign thereat. The suit waidisrais'sed
yest rday by the Court, aa under i s
v barter a regulur general me' ting of
the toinpany must be held I efore the
flint week of October to examine the
atcjuuts if the fl-cal year 18H5.
Mm, narkny'a l.omlun Parly.
London WWW: Tha triumph of
Mr?. Mackay is complete. She will
soin forget all ab' ut ber Mei Bonier
misf irtune and the Arc de Triomphe,
aud Taris will henceforth only know
her when she arcomptnirs M. d- Cas
tro to the French capital in search ( f
novelties wherewith to deak a royal
front. His Koyal Hlghnes bta srl
emn'y coneecrt:d by hiB presence the
new temple ol Amencrn hospitality
in Buckingham Ua'e, and tbe fete of
Inutwe-kwuB a signal ncc-S'. Tbe
Prince, of courre, ssked his own party
to dinner, and he was gracously
p'eased tr inclnde tbe 1'rinre and
PrinceeB Colonna in his lit. The
Duchess of Mansbcs'er, 1 rd and
L idy Charles Brresf ord, "La'y A ,"
(in a raw and nnoropr a'e co ffnir.i
aud Sir Arthur Sullivan, all exert i
themselvts to promote the haimony of
tho evening. The huge rand labra,
tbe green and silver foliage, tbe
plethora of diamonds, and tbe monu
mental menu cards all savored
atrongly of 13 g Bonanza Tbe viands
and wines weie worthy rj tne occa
sion, but tbe memories ol the dinnei
will pale before those of the great Me
which f llowed it. The crowd of am
bassador?, ambasf adrei'BO; paers, peer
esses, and Amnrican claims soon be
came bewildoiing. Mrs. Ciriard was
there, of course, end Miss Grant
brought ber father. Oud n rang hia
most charming song', tl e Russian
singeis cbsnted in Cistume, aud tha
Fiench actors and scirerees played
and recited. Tne tupptr, at a paate
tables, almost! turpa sad the diner;
and after thorouuhlv eniovinit ' Lo
lotte" and the moiudv of M M. Viterbo
and Le Lubsz, H. It. II. finally Bat
down to a cheerful pus.tpiaud a1 moal
n the congenial rompanv ol LountiB'
Karo yi, Mile. Blanche 1'ioreou, aud
M, Coiiuelire airw.
He Marujr and ill Brltfd.
1'aiis lrttr to the London Truth:
When the b idu and bridfiirc om (the
Due de Merny and tho dnikherof
iiiruiim Itlanco) ci'ino out i f the
BHiriHlv nnd faied round toward ttie
poitii, there ws a surge f ira-d to
ht ,ro at ttit m jnta there is a', the
(1 a id 1' ix race when tho hornes
H v i g p t ttie winning pest. 1'y
ll.nven'rt own inincv nobuty wa
crushed ti death. 'Ih -re would not
have bin n siu li a cianing forward had
t o', in tin 'e neen uili-r less tlia
tho niidd e he gtit nnd the bridegtoo n
not (lin e si tall. K e wfl del cately
ro y goitiij into the cMm:h, and pd.t
when gong out. I mxvl tn ief
whi ther her pa lor ws bred ol
Pino io i or of the heavy fr ig aoce of
birt.r-.nuH tihisMiiu wreitu hi d othtr
adornment. Onngo I loesoma are
nice t him.. II aa one r des by i.n r.inue
grove; b it ttiey aio sHuhyxiating n -ar
ones i ose lor msny lion, a at urn
for wh c i ro son 1 prater a t Ocial to
rea'onoiAt a welding Tie voting
Duc' e a wi-s too hn mrt tf I fe and
tinman en tire to fen w hut w,s
do i g n werfdi g-ihe I UH'mi d of he
c ol o As her childhood i i nut wol
over, ami a .a had n mo e eine
of tiio cm s queues o' a"irg him
than the tiad a f-w yi'Hrt aiiO in
accepting a doll. Thorn imrlti
u np' in h s countenaiii-i . Hi has a
pr til" 'ike Wtiat his nn thnr'a um d to
lie Hia I- a nriM sr lonu m d r- ti; e l,
hut the eluik' h-'nin to t nt Ht -n im.
bonp i t. Una se e th-Dm Juan in
hise es, i sand nohtiia. t'he f rmet
show i oolne-s and and city, and re
tain tie Vron b igltuHB ol the
aq iirrel. 1 (ancitd tuey glei.med with
iruio 1-8 tV-V anrveiod t!e rai e) ( ovira
lokinu c-owd h t Bcnned li tti. H i
w'.a i o dapi er, though eosmi l', but
ui que t o, ah y hl stvlc. lh build
iipe'bct. But if fie brido bn inex
pe ieniM.liM has Uieixpnriint'.e ol 60
al li mgh he on y t!H. With
out Vein rli iuui, tho brido
did n-1 1 ok vnlgKr in her fat n drew
beclouded wth lull". S c ha tl e
tr nil ui "Hives of an K a b girl end
t ih pmfe'tskn aid i la. k t-vcK a,.d
h ir o' i Sp ni b cr o'.e. Ti.'e i oerry
lip -i of th-' ew Dnoliea-e Muruy
are re a Mntdy r-d. Her tea'urea Hii
no' a bit. la aical, hut iiiilo n an
I r. U i f and ilis.'pp. i i mi;t i;iVe
notie t tt t o i h rd, tiivtelv rom.dod
lie kt. He eya I hvc nulv e-
praa d m 'a' itie h ipniness wl ii h
be lib and wed h ul e in cimiiiiicent
wi;! t. e a i.ma'aiiiri'a of yomb.
A Vurarrfr Kmltrtl
r-T. LulHS. M i,, Jo y 21. Hov Mar
niniinii h -h nr .1 1 d a lefmiL.i in .lol n
T. Low o, t,o w S ti linvd lioen
IihpjmI rVidav nex . tl tit i I A oif nettil b.
llic t.i ,ve-nir v 11 In tb- innut',aa ;
exinm e inlu tie can an t ib-torujiic I
ti e itn b :li ,hi tt (I nt t;;C M an I
ion-lie f i i . w fe mi y tieiicvo rti.U
ho is inr. i hi.
Tll ' t(t Hoist' 'I -nu.iili
Sv !...!, y'.n.. .lu'.v VI. . .T.i.p ,v,r,
oiiir'h 11 i,l. rt In t )i, t)jJ..l,
' Mi.- .uii'l I'Jcu L'j.v!', ,iio ytvn-
f m ii r ( 1, red by Edward Clum on the Mh
( f July, was concluded last fveuieg.
l na evidence of tne cvored servant,
Willis Dehony, showed that every
step in the tragedy was well consid
ered, deliberately planned and care
fully executed. The jury found a ver
dict that the victims came to their
death by gun Ehot woonda from a shot
nun in the hands of Edward Clum.
Tiie murdtrtr is in jail.
Conaulldatlou at w York.
Nkw York, July 21. At the meet
ing r f the Board of Aldermen today a
resolution was referred to a committee
providing for the appointment of a
crimmi.'iion to consider the adviss
bihty of nnitinir into one municipality
tbe fitiep of New York, Brtoklyn,
Yonkers, Lonir Island City and adjv
cent cities, linscommi sion witlcon
f -r with ethers from them cit es and
must report before the meeting ol the
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Forty Years a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
"FOR VOrtTV YKARSI bv hn . n.
ttm to CATARRH three-fourths of the time
snnerer trom hxukuciahini FAUNS
ACRObd MY FOKKHKAD AND MY NOS
TRILS. The discharges were so offensive
that 1 hesitate to mention it, except lor the
gcioa ii nia ao some otuor suBorer. 1 have
spent a young lortune trom my earnings
during my forty years of 'uttering to obtain
relief trom the doctors. I have tried patent
meaiomee every one 1 could learn or trom
the tour eorners of the earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST (57 yean of age) have met
wiin a remedy tnat naa ourert me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 128 pounds,
and now weigh 14tt. I used thirteen bottles
of the medioine, and the only regret I have
is, that being In the humble walks of lite I
may not have Influence to prevail on all oa
tarrh sufferers to us what has eared me
dlalnn'g Pioneer Blood Kenewer.
" HENRY CHKVES.
' "No. 267 Second street, Maoon.Ua."
" Mr. Henry Cheves. the writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, Ga., merits the confidence of ail in
terested in catarrh. W. A. H' FF,
"Ex-Mayor of Macon."
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(Jalnn'grioneer Blood Kenewer.
Cures all Blood and 6kin Diseases, Rheuma
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II not in yonr market, it will be forwarded
on receipt of price. Small bottles, II, large,
II 1 5.
Essay on Blood and Skin Dieeases mailed
HAt-OSi ..lEniVINE 4'OMFARJT.
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PURE COD LIVEK
OTT. ATJT. T.TMF.
Met tlioJon"l-e rll le t hearcnt
popularity of ''Wilbur's Cmiipound of Cod-
i.iveri.11, ana liiine dhu Induced some un
principled eerFon to littcitipt to imlm ofl a
simple articlo of their own munutficttire;
hut anv pcr.mn who is suflcring tiotn Coughs,
Cnldi or Cnnsumption, stinuid be careful
where they ,uri'hase this article. 1 be re
sults of its ii'e are its best 'ecnniineiidiitions,
and the roi'iePr bus ample rvidonce on
Die of its greit success in pulmonary com
pla nts. The Phosphate of Lime pesxesses a
intMt inarvnlnus h- aling power. n combined
with the pure Cod-l.iver Oil bv Dr. Wilbur.
It is prescribed by the medical fiv.'iitty. Held
by A. 11. Wilbur, ChetLint, Boston, and
CURTIS & CO.
817 nnd S
OM VI Of BOILERS
LODGERS' & RAFTFRS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
JKf WHITia VOU. CATAI.OUVE.
nit iiiiHrw.Ho r.niiiiNH
1h i'rlKlnxl ntut ttvlr Ueunlnr,
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it lui(Utl..!w. ln.t 'oni'l-to
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Ti'Kl '.,ii l t 'ke n.' "ihor, or inclose 4e
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riiratvr l, ,nlru .,
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rHlXisiuiplied by liKJ. tK'OOWN
1 iil.Kl Ani'Mii ktinlaw, ).
mi wium mn
ly 110,. i a .
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Thnncrh palntul and wrnrinp nlrast br-rord
eniliirance, to not no liiciir;ihle(!i .m 11 tnat
1 In June. Perhaio mi other li-Jt lnw to
bullied tho ellortacil Wience und medieinn aa
thta, bulutluota renn-lyh:i.t)-( ndifinvi rvl lu
VOWftQiNAYM wl'ieh CURES RHEUMA-
aoreea ly many of Iho Lcadin( Physician.
WHAT THEY SAY:
"TOSOALTJCE Is d.,iiut 11 thnt i -k,imH H will dn "
O. O. bi?UT, M. il., Camndl, LX !
FOR BALE BY ALL DKUliGIKTS.
A. A. MELLIER. Solo Pronritnr. TOW
Wholesale Iteatevx .ab1 PcitJJxtrs,
Sola Agents foltowitg I'iret-CIasi Instrotaentit
PIANOS iKHAKICM A ACHjSABLKK, C. I. PEASE CO.
OMQ-AJUSssssss HASH IX, ViAVVM " WABBKOl, till
aPA NEW T-OCTAVI PIANO FOR llUO.-aw
VTrite for Catalogntw. laon.23 and 835 iEC'OxI ST., SffESIPKIf
SAPOLEOJT HILL, President.
r T T
RfSnmnlun Iiitt D-i-nn 0 fin
.asvsas A UKaCHAL TIRE A WD JIAkIXS Bf'SI.VSS.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'OOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. FDR8TENHEIM, WM. I. COIjE, JAMES REILLY, JOHN LOAtiVI
S. MANSFIELD, D. $. MYERS, 7 W. D. BETHKLl.
Ollice ID SI ail i won Street, Megnphja. Team
Wlaolesale rrocers, Cotton !Factn
And Comrnissicn Merchants,
232 acd 234 Front St., Memphis, Tens
BETWEEN ADAMS AID JEFFEHMOH.
Mr. I. N. RAINEY devotes his whole time to the weighing and sale of all Cotton entrusted
n nur charge. f!ottnn Wnrohnnne. Washington street.
J. h. ntv.
W. tV HORTOt,
Lata of Meacham Ji llorton.
Lata of J. ti. Day k Son.
DAT, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
360-382: Front Street. Memohig Tenn.
THE LIVERKIORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE C03BPAN
FOUNDRY & MACHINE I)EP'l160tol74 Adams St.,Memphip
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
ii ti a h r. ismitrBBBsfniiBBinflF
tSuccessors In this lepartment to JOHN MANOQDK.)
ata-Wrttens for information on ANY THINfl in either line.
L. D. MULL1NS, of laU J. R. Godwin Co.
Cotton Factors SCommission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor.
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A, BAILEY & C0,f
IP311aTUE 3B IBS
336 SffcofMl Street, Memphis.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OP PLUMBERS, OAS AND STEAM FITTERS
MatBrUM l''nni. rri Will.. Tron T.es.l sn'l Jone Pine, Ha. Plrtnres, Olohes. Kta
Still Iss Ike) sssarh,
209 MAIN STREET, i
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
J. T. FAKGA80N.
0. 0. HEIS.
j. T. FARGASON & CI
Xft rrtufet Sirset, SXemphli, Tenu.
C.t!..r. cunsitned to as will hare our eareful attention. We carry at all times a well
selected stock 01
S!. : & F ancy brocenes, W in as, Liquorsjob&cco & Cigar,
Asia will all aa Lw aa tha Lwm.
l Oil, larvO I..IL1W. TllN.lAI.nyM
tO-J- lK.t't:ltt Im out ftiid dulof WttU.'
W. W. BaIXEB, M. D, Hrnnii rjj,
"In mrftnirtlon Tnvn.rm - n
, Ki-udiaJ rheun,aUo r.mjT:" "
a. 0. WouoAii, M. D, Uumgo, 10k
. VJZ? iT"! T'WOALM a fir trill, and think II
tho Ixm remwli 1 Luta B,r iunni , Rl,o,., ... ..
B. F. Da via. Sturgeon, Mo,
PRICE 0E DOLLAB FEB BOTTLB.
and 711 WASHlXtiTON AVEXTJE. 8T. LOUW
W. Jf. W1HE8S0.V, Tlce-Presiaea
1TW? 1 f '
a. J. sji
J. W. BAILET.
Late of Bailey A Covingtoi
Eta. , EM.
DEPTT, 226 and 228 Second St
JAS. XONQE, late oi J. W. Caldwell A 0
Front and Uuion, Memphis.
JOHN E. RAJiDLE & CO.I'BOPK'S.
98 Second St. Memphis. T&r.
FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS,
. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKU3 IN
" nglucN, Itoilern, HhwiuIIIh,
Uratllord Corn and lllieat MiH (
Cot ton I'resa, Cot Ion Jijsn,
Shaninf;, I'tilley , t it.
SPKCIAI. NOVICK-Wa are prepared to hit orden
nn r, i notice, for the cele rnted AIMlnrt Iitn
Wronalti .. We carry in stock oyer
Two Hundred Assortod Mjrs.
w-Nend for Ostnlmrne nnd Pri,'e-list."
ii. E. WITT.
with n fnll nwtort.
t MEMPHIS, TENN.
R. A. PARKER.
E. L. W00D80
& Cotton Factory
JLI V ER-
No. 5323. R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county .State of Teonef?co tor use. etc,
ts. Josephine Vienna et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for
sale, entered in the above rauno on the
22d day of January, ltttfi, M. B.51, pane l.
I will sell, at public auction, to tbe highest
bidder, in front of the Ciorlt and Mn'r's
ofiice, Court-houne of Shelby county, Mem
phis, lenn , on
KHtnnlay, July SI, 1986,
within local hours, the fallowing described
property, situated in Shelby county, lean.,
The north part of lot 3, block 38, fronting
32 feet on the east side ol St. Martin street,
ana running back 219 lent, more or Jess.t be
north line of said lot bei:.g 2Jt teet south of
Terms of Salo Qn a credit of six months:
note with eecuriiy, benririT intorost re
quired: lien ret.nned; roleiaption barred.
Ibis .tun.' :!. is-ii.
S. 1. MrDuWrJLL. Clerk and Master.
By 1I.F. Walsh, U. C. mid M.
F. H. and C. W. Heiskell. solicitors.
No. 5407, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
oounty StRte of Tennessee, far use, etc, .
v, r. W. Smith etal.
T3Y virtue ot an interlocutory decree for
X y sate, entered in the nlinv. rung nn ttm
2Jthdayof January, 18i6, Vinute Book 51,
pane .ji, i win sen, at pnouc auotmn, to me
bicbest bidder. In front. .,f thn rirlr and
Master's office, eourt-housoof Shelby coun
ty, Memphis, Tenn. on
Nntnrdnr. Anirnat 7. lssft.
within legal hours, tbe following described
property, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.,
Part of country lot 50o. frontinir 12 feat nn
the south fide ot Carroll avenue. 44V fAf
east cf (ibo. 1. Cooper's lot aud west of and ,
adjoining .Mary welloid s, by a depth ot 17
liet, 8th ward.
L"t 1 and 2 Rcmbert's subdivision, front
ing ' feet on the east side of Mannsas
street, b feet north ol Dawley street, by a
depth of U(''i feet.
Part of ot P. country lot POl. front n 25-
feet on the north side of Washington street,
62 feet wett of B. Babb'slot. by adonlh of
Part of country lot 4S, fronting 75 feot on
the nonh side of Adams street, northwest
corner ol Yates avenue, by a depth of US'A
Lot 2. conntry lot 519, fronting SO feet oa
the wett side of Johcion avenue, and run
ning back we't between paraUM lines and
parallel with Auction street, 1'JO feet to aa
Lot 10, country lot 519, fronting 28 5-6 feet
on the eastside of Covington road, southeast
corner of alley south of Auction street, by a
depth 0' ltiAW feet-'Jth waid.
Lot 14. countrv lot 519. front nr 21 10-12
feet on theeastside ot Corineton road. 28 5-6
feet south ot alloy south of Auction street,
b, a douth of I4HV4 teet.
West holf of lot 62, country lot 4M. front
ing 30 feet on the north side of Malison
street, by a dopth of 148V, feet-8th ward
Terms of Sale On a credit f six months;
notes with good security, bearing interest
from date required; lion retained to secure
san o, andeouityol rcdouiption barred.
This July V.lW.
S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By H. F. Walsh. Deputy C. and M.
HCAIXll AUTKi FOB
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Hoofing.
Flrr, Wind, Water and 1 Ightnlng
proof. Suitable for all kinds of baildinn.
For prices and estimates at factory rates.,
oall en or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'O CO.,
438 A 440 Main St., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St..
Headquarters for Iron Fencrs and Crestinc.
Galvanised Iron Cornioe.Tin Roofs A toTes.
Vui is yeais a 3? Jour
Set. Third inc! Fourth
ji-it moesjraJ. ts nil ii.-ftcuur win
farms of PRIVATE.
u! SEXUAL tllSi
Speria&torrhou nd uupotiioyf
tha rpf ult of elt-ut!U.' id Touth fs-it , ioci tB m
AiTvr Tein, or oilier caum, Aud prodcdui ome oT it.. W
owim eUi.'.'In Nfrcouiuej. KiTiilD) KniUilor.. itt
ilnav hv drarti", DlniDfM of L'lht. Drfevij tjpa Thj -v.'al
ttf. fnut-li-'j jo Fao A k'crn'nn tn fiociet; Sevat,,
'll'!Jl it deifl, I.CJ11 ot fcTu) rowei, iu... wmJenii;:.
narrlijio lrnprci'rr or iinhupp, m Ihorouptitf n " fTVL
ji.l curt'.!. jSYPHIIilS r't)T(fy purtl inlw
irttS1''1 rmtLf Gonorrbeitt
ULT riclure. ClrcUlti Atrnli. v Huou,-i,
'IK?- iirji.r.t.i r private dtHei; uioklv cur?
Btif-ev; lorit th nt ri'!i itt"ii. !i wliri faji-.nrniityaft
itiii-iiifi (hm o'uty
-cniri'i 1'iittttt to mj -ar'
1 ;!t !.' pilt fr- trvi-invM rl,
"U s-iltilv tv rt'ifi 1,1 ,tn. ...
f'KVi Giiaran t .
"i'.iiin';. : - 1 ?,w. nu,.
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No. 5016, R. D. Chan eery Court of Shelby
county. State of Tennessee vs. L.
Cobb et al.
Bi virtue of interlocutory decrees for sale,
entered in the above oausa on tbe 2fit K
day ol June and 9th day of November, 1885,
M. B. 48, p. 560, and M. 13. 60. paae 111, I will
sell at publio auction, to the niithest bidder,
in front of the Clerk and Master's office,
oourthouse 01 bbelby county, Memphis, Ten
Hntnrdnjr, Jnly 24, 1886,
within legal hours, the following deseritxd'
property, situated in Shelby oounty, Tet
Lot 8, block 58, fronting 50x170 foet, toulh
side of Georgia street.
Part lot 1, block 41, beirinnirg on south
side of Vance street 80 eet east of the corner
of St. Martin street) thence east with Vanca
street 70 leet; tbence south 60 feet; thence
west 70 feet; thenoe north 60 feet to the be
ginning. Lot 19, block 64, beginning en tha west
side of Hernando street at northeast oorner
of said lot; thence vestwnrdly with tbe lina
of J. M. W ilson's lot UA feet 10 tbe east lina
ot 8. Moshy's lot; thenoe south with said
lina 21 feet; thence eastwsrdly with Henry
Moan's line to Hernando street; thenca
north with said street 21 feet to the begin
ning. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months,
note bearing interest, with seeurity, re
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
This June 18, 1886.
ft. I. MoDOWKlL.CleiV and Maater.
Jv H. F. Walsh. Deputy Clerk and Master.
F. H. A C. W. Helskell. solici'ors.
No. 5321, R. D? Chancery Court of Shelby
county. State of Ten nessee for use, etc..
vs. Joseph Haines et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree lor
sale entered In the above cause on tba
22d da; of January. 1886, M. B. 61, page 163,.
I will anil .t onbllo auction, to tbe hich.
est bidder. In front o the Clerk and Master's
offloe, eourtheuta o She by oounty, Mem
phis, lenn., on
Btatarday, July SI 1888,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated in Shelby oounty. Ten
nessee, to-wit :
Lots 19 and 20, Kemhert snbdivislon, front
ins 75 feet each on he west side of Kos ave
nue, and running back 148V4 lee'. Sold aa
property of Asa Bel by, Jennie Talbot and
Lot 31, E. P. Stewart s subdivision, front
ing 60 feet on the east side ol Mississippi av
enue, and running 1 a k between parallel
lines on the north I'ne 253 leet, and on, 11
souhl its 21t eet to an all y, being
thirl lol nnrts of Cnapin avenue.
Terms cf Sale "n a era itolsiz months
nolo witc security, bearing interest required
lien retained: rtdamntinn harreil. 1 kl
Jucs 26. 18rt.
8. 1. McDOWKLL. Clerk and Master
2T,9- "b; l"ty Clerk and Mast.
F. H Q W. Hei.kl Solicitors.
the Nf'WHiiuiKir AtlveN
lulu Asrni'y of Men
: IPlci. now a".