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THE DSiESlFXoMEjfS
"WHIT OUE BKPBESES T1TITES
SAID ASD DID
Testerday Tift Senate Having Ad
LjurueJ, the House Had the
Whole Field.
Wabhimton, Drembt-r 18. On
motion of Mr. Ward (lad ), the Fer.ato
amendment! M the lionge bill authoi
ising the errploymeDt ol mail men
engers in the p ial service were ucn
concurred in, and a conference or
iltred. Mr. Dibble (S. C ), asked nnanimone
oneert to ut n,on ti pawnee a bill
appropriating $500,OCO lor a public
building at Charb son, 8. C.
Mr. Hepburn (Ij ) objected oa tha
ft ouu J that iu view of tue recent n
ipprience of tb: t city, this w:s not the
'time to appropriiiin J500,(iCfO for the
rection of am-vr bni'ditig.
Mr. Dibbiu jemarkfd that if the hill
wern not isa.:d the govtm,n)eiit
would haTA to trtnsact its business in
the open air.
In ihe B3on) nj hour Mr. Hill (Ohio)
on behalf of tbe Commutes on To'ri
toriet?, called tip ihe bill prov'dinx for
n additional Assx;i't! Judge of tbo
SnprtmeCoii.t of thoTorr.t.ryof New
Mexico.
The Uoofe then wnt into a Com
mittee r,f the Wsole, Mr. C i?p (Gi.)
in the chair, on tleOidaboma biii.
Mr. B.me ((x.) opposed the bill
because it did not provide clua-ly de
fined territory over which a govern
ment w-i to I e tt'bliahed, tbe extant
of the Territory heiugdependf-m upon
the ability if the government to in
duce or c.erce tbe five civilize:! na
tions to sutrender a p riionof their
land. He believed that The honor of
the canntry wotj'd be iff-tted by the
bill, for good iiith tswarc's a df fer,S3
less aud hoffeim ve people required
that it should not paiB.
Pending action th- committee ro -e
and the mornitg hour expired. I:
ataatly a hush fail cvtr tbe hlouso snd
the noise in the galleries ceased. All
eyes were turned mon Mr. Moniaon,
who. rising i;i I'is seiit, said:
Mr. Speaker, I move that the IIjubi'
resolve itself into the Commit'tie i.f
the Whole on ihe S ate l iheU&ion
for the purp(ao of cotiaidoricg revenue
bills.
Mr. McKinley Ohio. i.nJ oa that
I demand the v-s t nd nays.
During the roll call absolute sib nee
reigned in fie H mse. and mmy
members with pencil ia hand wre
figuring up the vote. Messrs. Morri
son and Btudall wre appareir.Iy
amonji the letiat iuteveated members,
each leaning bauk in ) is chair within
a few fet-t of the other, while now aud
then a plenanut remark wasexclm: g d
between them.
The motion was lost yeas, 149;
nas, 154.
The announcement was received
with eorjne appior.ee on the Republuau
aide, but it wan quickly soppr. s e;t.
Tbe rote in d.t iil was at follows:
TEAS.
Adams, NT, Eden,
Allen, Mint, Fldradge,
Anderson, O, Fir.diay,
Baoon, Kiber
Ballentina, Ford,
Barhour. " Forney.
Neeee,
Nelson,
Norwood,
O'Kerrall,
O'Neill, Mo
"uthwaite,
Peal.
Barkesdu,!, Kredeiick,
Barnes.
O-bson, Md
Perry, a)
Barry,
Belmont,
Bennett,
Blanchard,
Bland,
Blount.
Braa-fr.
- u r.. !: .1 ..
Glass, Richardson,
Oram, N C, Higgs,
Hale, . Robertson,
Halle, Rogers,
Ilalliel, Kn-k,
Hammond, badler,
Brecainridg-o, Harris
ayre,
Seymour,
Kbaw,
8n;leton,
hki'inor.
Ark, liat'R,
Breckinridi, Tl'ydon,
Kt. Hoard.
Barnes, eileiuihlll,
cyi um,
Cabell.
Henderson ,N Cnyder,
(Herbert, Firinor,
Caldwell, Ilowilt,
Moivan, lex
(Stone, Mass
Stone, Mo
rStone, Ky
Strait,
Swone.
K'arapbell Willi, I,
TCampbellNHlolinan,
Candler, JHowara,
Carleton. ilodd.
Carlisle Ilntton,
laMbingt,
Johnot'm, N CJ'ar-ney,
Jer.ea. Tex. Taulbr.
iiardy.
Clements,
Cobb,
Collini,
Cotnpton,
Comstoek,
Cowlis,
Cox, M T,
Cox, N 0,
Crain,
Crisp,
Croxton,
Culbornon,
Jonra, Ala,
J Taylor, Tenn
ThrJckmirton
kiMne
liiluian,
TowneenJ,
XT'"'
Turner,
Vat: Eaten,
Vielo,
WnkeQeld,
Ward, Ind
WoTer, la
Wellborn,
Wheeler,
w hite, Minn
Willi.,
Wilson,
Winans,
Wise,
Wnliord,
WorthiniitoD.
Payne,
Paysoa,
Lundes,
T.anham,
Lore,
Lovf-rinir,
Lwry,
Xahoney,
Matron,
M rbury,
WoCrpary,
Dargan.
ra.Milttn,
I)bti fon, Fla sleFea,
Daridon,Ala 1-iller,
Bawnon,
Mill..
Dibble.
Bockery,
Bouirherty,
Bann,i
Murran,
Vorrison,
M'irphy,
Keil,,
NATS.
TTanback,
Adamn, 111
Allen. Milan
llariuer,
Anclerfoo, KfcJlUnioK
Perkina,
Atmnien.
Honilorson. lnPelers.
Buker,
Uendurson, Illl'ittibone,
Bayne,
Binghiin,
Bliaa,
Bonnd.
Boutelle,
Boyle,
Brady,
Brown, 0
Brown, 0
Brown, Pa
Buchanan,
Buck,
Bunnell,
Burleim,
Borrows,
Butter worth,
Campbell, 0
Cannon,
Caswell,
Conger,
Cooper,
Cartin,
Cntcheon,
Bavenport,
Payis,
BiriKley,
porsey,
iluma,
Ermentreot,
Kvana,
Kverhart,
Farquhar,
felton,
letter,
Forar,
Fuller,
t'nnitoa,
Oay,
Oedde.
(lilfillaa.
Ooff,
Uroene, H J
Grosvenor,
Orout,
Guenther,
t'eitburn.
1 ke!n.
Herman,
HiesUnd,
Hires,
Hiscock,
B iit, .
Holmes,
Ucipkinf,
Hook,
Iri n,
Jnekson,
Piorson,
Plumb,
Kimdall,
Vtanney,
Roed, Ale,
Rice,
Rook well,
Komeis,
Howell,
Ryan.
Jamrs,
Sawyor,
Jobii'on.NT Horduton,
rfonnsion, inaseney,
Kelly,
eatona.
Ketcham,
Bafolette,
Laird,
Law lor,
Leferre,
Lehlbaob,
l.ill.oy.
Lindsley,
Lod,
Loutiitt,
1 yiran,
Markham,
Martin,
MeAdoo,
UrCones,
VrKenna,
McKinley,
Merriiuan,
Millard,
Milliken,
Woffi-t,
Morrill,
Morrow,
Wrier,
Heley,
O (onnell,
O'lhra,
U'Neil, Pa,
Usborne,
Owen,
Parker,
Smaila,
Sowden, -
Spooner,
cnriir!,
Stahlnockor,
Steele,
Pteyenson-
Mewurt, Vt,
St Martin,
rtrubel,
Swinburne,
Hymen,
K B Taylor, 0,
J U Taylor, 0,
Z Tayler.Tenn
Thomas, III,
Thorn ad, Wis,
Thompson,
Van Bohaiok,
Wade,
Waddwerth,
Waite.
Wallace,
Ward. Ill
Warner, 0
Weaver, Neb
W.ber,
Wrrt.
Wilkln.
Washburn.
Messrs. Scott, Mitchell, Glover,
St rm, Oatfe, Bees and Tucker, who
would have v ted in tbe Mffirmntlve,
were paired with Messrs. Little, Wit
ting, Warner, of .lainpouri ; Healcy,
GaUinger, PidL-ock and Browne, of In
diana, who vtonld have vottd in the
negative.
Dir. R agnn (Tex.), entered tbe
HoriBa a few moments after the com-
Eletion of the cad, and asked to have
is vote recorded, bnt the Pppnker
held that under tbe ruls he could not
fubmit the request to the House, ai:d
Mr. Boagan was, obliged to content
himself with the statement that bad
be been present he would Lave voted
in the affirmative.
Mr. Blanchard, (La), announced
that bis tollecgne, Mr. King, who was
absent with the leave of the House,
was unable to secure a pair. If be
had been present he would have vot
ed aye.
Owing to tbe dea'hs of Mes:;s. Dowd
ney, Arnot and P ice the membership
of iU 11, use .8 reduced to 32. Theie
were 303 votes cast a.d Beven pairs
announced, slowing ti at five mem
bera were abieiit withou pairs. These
were Mr. Aiken of South Carolina,
who haa never qualified M R member
of the House. Eltenerry of Ohio, King
of Louisiana, Koagan of Teis and
Reed of North Carolina. Twenty s x
Democrats voted in the cetative Of
these New York cocttibuted five.Blinn,
Mer iman, Mu'ler, Bp-igps andSubl
necker j Penneylvania five, Boyle, Cur
tin, Kramrtront, Randal! and j
Onio seven, Foran, Q.)dde, Lefevre,
8srey, Warner, Willins and Oano
bell; Louisiana four, Gay, Irion, St.
Mnrtiuaod Wxllace; New Jxreey two,
Green and MitAdos; Illinois two,
Lawier tnd Ward, and Alabama cne,
Martin. Ihe r.nly Repnbl can votes
in favor of Mr. Morrison's motion
came In in Massachusetts aod Mi;-.ne-s
Xa- Hayden acd Stone of the former
8 ate and Nel.'or, Strait, Wak'. field
and White of the- Infer.
J. Cnpbtll Hiuiier und Viele of
New Yi rs, B'indlay of Maryland tnd
8!on a d H ydi n" of fafflac!'U3'itt!',
who 1 ibt your v t d ag i;.st the raio
si Irra'ion cf h:i H), to ay voted in
the tffirma ive, Mr. James, of New
York, ho last year voted to contidtr,
toi'ay reversed bis vote.
Mr. IIt.r'.)ert (A a ) at'ernptad to call
ur tbe naval reorgun ziti iu bil , but
was antagonized by Mr. Crsp,tiili the
Pair.fij railrcad funduig t.ill, ai:d tbe
Hpeaker ru'ed that tbi q-ietinn must
bo fl-st taken on cal.iog cp the latter
measure, es it was a prior i'p.cil
ordfr.
Mr. S,irigfir opposed the mea ur .
He wishtd is conidera!iou to be
postponed uulil afte- the hoi days, at
which lime he hoped to have tbe priv
ilege of submitting Eorae remarks
upon tbe bill, ami perhaps pome
amendments to it. If it considera
tion was pressed at this time be would
resort to nil parliamentary trie: hods to
defeat it. On a standing vots there
was a majority of 117 to 40 ia favor of
its consideration.
Mr. Holmflu demanded tbe yeas
anil nay, pending wuicb Mr.Hpringer
roaae a nllbos'.enng motion to ad
j dm rn, which at 2: 16 o'clock was ear
ned, i s opponents nit having suffi
cient force to order the yoas aud naye,
B ALLOC BOX MUt'FfiU".
Eiableen
of Tlioni ArrmlcU
In Hi
St. Louis, Mo., December 18.
Ihe arrest ot persons indicted yes
terdayfor committing election frauds
at the Into election continued lant
nittbt, and at 10 o'clock eighteen of
them had been brought to the United
States Marshal's office. Fourteen ot
these were released on bonds ranging
from f .wo to t-ioou. Jr our were una
ble to furnish bond and were confined
for the night in the Marshal's office.
The arrest ot others will follow as
soon as the warrants can be served
and they will still bo brought into
court to answer to the charges
brought against them. That cfluot
this action of tho fjrand jury will
have upon the various election con
tests, among others that ot Mr.
Frank for Mr. Glover's scat in the
House 'if Hepresentattves, is not
known, but the cvidouca whicli will
be submitted when the indicted per
urns are tried, will, if it proves ini
portant, bo brought before the
Houe. When the United States
Circuit Court opened this morning,
a crowu ot persons indicted lor the
commission of various species of
frauds at the late election were pres
ent with their attorneys. All ot the
judges of election so far arrested
who are charged with receiving ille
gal votes pleaded not guilty and were
released on bond. This afternoon
thoce ob arced with illegal voting;
will be given a chance to plead. The
United States deputies arc still
searching the city for the purpose of
serving tnose warrants which were
not served last night, and up to noon
about twenty-hve additional arrests
had been made, among them that of
Clerk-elect Kencfick, of the Criminal
Court.
THE HISTORY OF MEMPHIS,"
By J. M. Itpnllnit-U. Masan A 'o.,
Pnbllntiera.
Mr. W. H. Magill is canvassing the
tity in th in'erest cf the publisher of
tns r.Dove va nab'e work. As it w;
be tht on'y Rnthen'io volume d.ivot-d
entiiely t'j the higlory of Memphis
and Hi)!)lby county, it is eminently
worthy of the 8'ipport of all clauses of
tie pi oo e of Memoi.iri. bo fur Mr.
Migill has im'.l with enthuiiattic sup
port, ana letisgnatly tnuouragjd.
PLUKBINtt,
F11TIXG
GAS
AND
AXD SlEi.lI
SUPPLIES.
J. W. X.
Brow no, Noa
Nlrert.
391 Mccuuil
The already large and constantly
incites rig ui inH'iU ut taorovgh and
sanitary plambittg hai uc sai'.nted
tho carrying of large stocki o)
supplies in the latest and mot ap
proved styles o( bath tubs, wasu
eUnds, water clcsits, traps, co.ke,
valves, etc , as well a) the en p'oy
ment of a large fores of tho ni'.st
skilled and reliable workmen, in crdor
to e xecute prmiptly tbe orders for this
waik, and "Browne, the Plumber," is
prepared to fudy supply tlie wants ol
the city aud surrsu-ding country. It
is not necessary, or even profitable, to
?;o eloewbeie f:r plumbing work, or
or the lines in which Browne is en
gaged that i'b the.furnithiug of gns
and steam pipes, c.tk", valves, inspi
rators, sturm pumps, fillings and en
gine trimmings for the country aud
ci'y trade which is c iritd in large
qiiHUti.iea and all sies, from six inch
pipe aud fittings dowu to ihe
Bmalli.st sizes, aud in order to
fill tbe orders of the jobbing trade
as well as mills aud lacioiies promptly
and in the besi manner, Mr. Bowne
La recently addud steam powor in
his establishment with capaci'y for
cutting and threading pipes from the
smallist tize up to and including
eight iuel.es in diameter, which is
equal to tho capacity of any honsa in
the West or Hovith.
In tbe km fixture line tho largest
stock and most varied selection of
ni-wett designs are to be found here.
nd at prices as tow as iu the Eastern
rtarke's. It may be proper to say
here that this bouse is now the oldMt
and n:o?t Buccrsful in this line in the
city of Memphis, and it will prove to
tbe interest of all to place their orders
nil J. w. A. Browne, Zb4 Second
street.
Cures inditeitlon, headaohe, malaria, kid
ney disease, ferer. chills, loss of inulil..
debility and nerroni prostration by reanlat
lm the Liver, btoinach, Bowels, Kidneys
nd Blood.
Lemon Elixir Is prepared from the fresh
(nice of Lemons, combined with other vege
table lirer tonio, cathartios, aromatio stim
ulants and blood puntlert.
Fifty cents for one half-pint bottle; 11.00
tor Pint and ha'f bottle, bold bv drnwiitj
fonerally, and by all wholesale diuminu.
Lemoa Hot Drops
Cure all fooch. Colds, Iloarseieii. Sore
Throat, Bronohitit, Pneamonia aid all
Throat and Luni diseaaes. except Consnmp-
ti'in, which diteise it talliatei and areatly
relieved. Pri"e 25 ee'iU. Lemon e lixir ana
Lemon Hot Drops sold by drnxi'tta. Pre
pared by Ia. 11. ,Miifi.T, Atanu, Ua.
.
If iss CaEbib M. K i ah no, pianist,
may be tooad at tha Uayoao iiotl
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- SUNDAY, " DECEMBER 19, 1886.
me closixg mum
IN TBE DISGCll.NU CAMPBFXL
DIVORCE CASE.
Germany, France anil Knss'a
Complete Accord on the Bul
garian Question.
Id
Lokdon, December 18. Sir Chvles
RufSl'II, connsl for 1 ady Colin Camp
bell, mads his clot'rg argument in the
Campbell divorce cae tcday. Us raid
he knew that Lrd Colin Campbell
charged hi? wife with adultery, hut he
had bteu unawa'e, until he heard dc
fei.'t'ar t's com sol makin.: his closing
argument, that the husband a'so
chsrg-d Lis wife with pe-jtiy and
saborrirtticn cf pe j ry. Lord C.ilin
aud tis o:nnsei la I displayed aa i c
criraony ncpars'le ed. If 'their charges
against Lady Colin were tru, they
would place ber on a level wit!) fie
commoutst prostitute. Lord Colin
was only the you1 gtt son in the Ar
gyll family, alf-oug'a Mr. Fiuli ap
peared to Ihirik wiili another Camp
bell who, when t'ie Marquis of Lome
married the Princ-ss Ix)ui-e, exclaim
ed : "Eh, mou, the Queen inuit be a
prood leddy today."
Continuing, Sir Charles said it was
ab-urd tr Fnppose that Lady Cjlin, if
guilty would b;.ve br uiht har vhares
aijuinat Lord Colin into our t whnn,
by acceding to Lis rt quest to cot abi,
she might hav t shield.-d her guilt and
pravented ijiquuy The whole case
against Lady Colin, be said, rested
upon the gos ip of servants, cabmen
ai.d stable men. Adjourned.
CAAD 1.
A frloM Fire.
Montreal, December 18. A serious
fire broke out at noon today in the
ticket t fflee of Nordheitnur's Hall, and
cprrad rapidly all over the building,
which is a three etvy and attic struct
ure. The ground floor is os.'.npied by
Miss Davis, dealer iu fancy goods; A.
& H. Nordhfimnr, music de.tlers, and
8. YouDKhart & Co., tobacconists. I a
the ball there wai a et -ge and some
scenery, and with :hee tho flams
quickly road havoc. Tte fire at this
hour (2:30 o'clock p.in.) ia s ill ragtag
in the other pnrtj of the building.
Several flrmen were nc.Tly suffocated
by tbe ennke. Tbe 1o?b so far is not
known, but tha st eks of M ss Davis,
Messrs. Nordheiruer and Yoruighari &
Co. were elmosr. tutally deit'oyed by
the tmoiie acd flames.
FltANCt.
UrruiHtiy, France hiiU Kalit la Ac
surd. Pahis, December 18. The otrnif
An Dctats publishes a dispatch from
Berlin sttfr-g that Gerina:;y, Franci,
Russia and Turkpy are in cT'iplete at:
co;dcntbe Bu'garian q'leitiijn. The
diepa'ch adds tvat Turkey id to havo
t!:e initiative in advaneips proposals re
specticg Bular:a, and tha1: tbe three
other powers named are to Rccept the
proposals ts made, but does not say
whether or net there is to be a pre
vious understanding as to tbe nature
of what will be proposed. Ia addi
tion to the foregoing, tbo Debalt't tele
gram contains the ttatement that Ger
many advised Austria to join in sup
porting turkey's proposals, and re
fused to guarantee her against ths con
sequences of a double dealing policy.
Panama Canal to Be Opened 1st 1SS.
Paris, December 13. M. de Les
seps, at a meeting of the French Ueo
graphical Society, declaied that the
Panama canal would be opened for
traffic in 1889, but that there will not
be tims in the interval to construe t
the locks. "These," M. de Let si ps
declared to tho society, "can be made
later, the essential point being that
shipping will pas3 through the canal
in lb8y."
IRELAND.
Auotbet 4 hnrtce of Conxplrairr,
Dublin, Decembsr 18. Willi'.m
O'Brien, who is now in Dublin, today
r;ci ived a summons similar to the one
eerved on liim iu Lougbrea, to appear
here and answer to another charge of
"conspiracy to defraud." Similar
summons .will be eetvtd sron, it, ig
stated, npon John Dillon, Wis, Red
mond, Daniel Criily, David Shesby
aod Matthew Harris, all IVruellite
memberd of Parliaaieut. V he aliea:d
conspiracy to defraud consists in i.o
copting as t.U"tcei f r tenants tho re
dn d rcMs rtfased by the landlord'.
I: begins to kok as if tbH government
las avinngod to r sist the "plan of
cam(.a;g'i'' by a-rtsting the trt :es
under it in cve:y lot a'ity wherein thoy
accept tefutd rnts.
Benin t'olleetwl.
. Dublin, December 18. D:uing tbe
paet two dya every bit of the rent
owing by tbt tenantH of tbe Fosherry
est a e s, at Ltiitowcn, County Ker y.
minus the a:nount3 of the reduction
Qemaruiea ny tne tnanM a;id re
fused by the landlords, I as been col
lected under the plan of campaign and
quietly deposited with trustee?, all
unknown to the authorities.
In Favor or ihe Plaa of llie I'ai
sihIku.
Dublin, December 18. At a demon
stration last utght in Kilrusu, Uounty
uiair, in iavor ot tne "plan ol tne cam
paign" Jeremiah Jordan, Parnellite
member of the Honee of Commons
for Wist O'arp, aod Mr. Joseph Rich
ard C x, Parnelllts member from East
Claie, both dtfi d tho goveinmontto
do Its wor by arrests and coercion
against the plan. Tneee gentlemen
openly declared tha'. the plan of cam
paign wouiu De relentlessly eniorced
again the la'ge Vaudelonr estatfB In
County Clare, npon which the rents
are due today. "We will bring' Ven
t'eleur to his censes tomorrow, cried
one of the crators, "by collecting his
rents." Mr. Kenny, mmber of Par
liament, also spoke, and said the Van
dele urs had been murderers ever since
1816.
TRANSFERS.
W. B. Hilderbnnd to N. L. Ed
ward, BO acres land. 45 in MiseisnlDDi
and 4' in Tenneeaee: coneid'-ra'ion,
$317 50.
John Tool to W. J. Herrlne. one lot
in Arlington. Tenn.. sum of $550.
Mintcr Parser to W. B. Lockey, lot
No. it Parker's 2d subdivision; con
sidratIon, $125.
W. B. Lockey to W. L. Olapp, tr., to
secure Minter Parker, In the sum of
$410 j same rropc rty as above.
W. B. Lockey to T. M. Sornggs, tr.,
to s car trusters Independent Order
of Odd Fellow. No. 6, in the sum of
$400, weGl one -third cf let No. 7, block
50, Mi mpiiig.
First National Back of Marietta, O.,
to John Br.cm, lot 34 of subdiv sit n of
block til of the Fll. pcn subdivision
(Horn Lake Dad). Consideration,
$100.
H. F. Kennedtx, et ux to Walter
Gr'Kory, troftee, ti secure Minter
Parker in the sum fcf $140, e v t pait of
lot 1. blcck 8, South M mphia.
Sam A Bawen et ah to MiuUr Park
er, part ol lota .10 and.ll couuUy, lot
603 on Exchange street. Cooaidera-
ll.w, $350.
8. A. Bowcn ti al to W. T. Tucker,
60x148) feet Alabama tUvet. Oons d
eratiou, $150.
Wm. Hawett to Mattie George, lot 5
of Pevton'a subdivision. Considera
tion, $2:0
THE GREAT KEXUTlKY STAKE.
'0,000 For a Mil and a Quarter
Bare la Ihe Mprloa; of '&.
Loi'isrn.!., Kt , December IS The
Louifv lie Jockey Cub hrve comidetrd ar
ranfeinontfi whereby in tho sprint ot SJ
there w II be run at mt't, a rare of a
ui'le and a quar.er lor a ati'e of Wi tHl, pnr
hai' tlie richest ever run in America. The
conditions are modidid alter th se of the
great Knr tnh Kclipe tike. An will be
anen by tli riitnmr fiven below, it will
require a are t many entries to All a staka
of this value, bu' the torn s e' entry are
aiich that oaners and brei d'irs rati ,.h af
ford t ntnkt n iiiina'iona, th fortoiti beiiff
Cti't p trut vely lixht nhn he -'djs are tkun
into oonidertiou. 'nr tho 6mt yt-ar al'or
the eiity ia in d4 the f rf tit t nn t fin); ttie
rd ls, thrref. re, are lo tVi.tO tor that
time. 1 w 11 be seen tha ev.n the p'ac
inonov for second i:ud third pi.-iors ih creatcr
than the vhImo ot thu rrent miijiuity f
ialie. ch' uld a lio-ce ch t hun.ia b!ore
the t-vent, the nominal r still ha? din rhan
ul a large winning, since a i-art of the t-tke
goes tithe notuinntora of the three placed
h rues. Ihe ito i scd pln was aidoiy dis
ruiscd at the ffitturinr ol horstneii ut Lex
iug'on ystprday and the day bto.e, and
tbe Kentucky br-edersseeuicd to r.ave t.iken
advantaa-e ol this onnortuaitv for the ad
vancement ol tieir intercut'. Year by year
Ken'ucky beoouies mora an I more itiNtinet-
ly tbe i enter ol the thoroughbred inlere!!,
and siichatnke as this, run n her own
aoil. will do much to raai'it .in th aipreina-
oy of the Et te in all equine iiiattera. 'Ihe
S'ake is to be called the great Ken'ac'iy
taken. The entries toe J. nuary lri, 18S7.
Too fo lowing is a summary ot tha euke:
Flakes for lfttf.l: The Ureal Kentui-kv at:ikas
(te be run spring ul 1S"9 ol fill 10, for year-
lin. lo ana tlime yt,ar olos, i n Jaunary
1, lM,. Jl" ru) to the winner, uiis Utttie see
ond and $"J. 0 to the third ; the uomina'er of
the win' er to receive ttK), nominator et
tho seoend to reoiv tl"OU, and nominator
of the third to receive SU0. by suh.-cr p ion
of f I) etch : f-aonlv forlei', if de-lar, d by
January 1, 18H8; Jliiljf deolnrrd by .Inly 1,
138.-1; x.uu, It uooiared by January 1, 1'J.
CHANCERY .SALES.
Frlrea Krallafwt and Itrarrlptloa ul
I.ota Hold Teatfrilny.
The following rev enta'e was sold at fac
tum today at noon by order ol tne t anneery
Court It is all situated in ; outh Memphis,
t which lo-al ty railroad eutrryrl at are
giving a u .oiled Impetua:
Lut ii, block 3il, Ciiroline ftreet, SdxWO
feet, t Mrf . .In ic O'Neil, lor J iTO.
Lot 23, block :U, Carol uo siroot, 3'iltiO
I. et, to u. a. f Mynor, tor BFM.
Twelve acrei in Eighteenth District, ko
ing lots No. 5 and tt, liutli, I rub li -i-in, oo
Ou y avenue, to U. hi Cannon, I ,r IIS 5.
a()ue-fuurtQ Inturei-t in R irly lot on east
sido of Avety atreet, tiSxlSO feet, sold for
;..
Lot No. S. bloi k 11, Third street, Fort I'iek-
eritig, to a. iirainev, torfJiv.
L,t No. 7. ulo-k 11. t. K.Ilradlev. !rt30,
Lots, olock 1., tu MoiCeou and Croai, lor
IV 5.
Pattlotll, block .10, being Sex IB) feet, eist
noe ot vol to atrovt, to Mrs. .n. LI. ..iortl,
lor .!..
Lot 11, blo- k 13,et siJe nf V. urth street,
Fort l-ickcririff, 24x112 feet, lo K VV. Leo,
lor!70. .
Lot 12, blo-W 13, sane s'ai, te W. T.
Snnwden, lor 1IX).
Lot 13, blocb 4 i, outh side ''aiolina st-eet,
Ten h ward, luUxlSU fie!, to John Artuiite.id,
for 37D,
Lot 14, hi ck 40, north 'ide Breadwny
(t eat, 4 x2IUf.et, tolte A. Cba o, f. r riXi.
Lut 11, ulo.'k 40, ,'0.t21U fi'i', to Ike A.
Cham, fur $-110.
Lot 23, li I no t St), Carolina atreot, 43x100
leet, to John Arum-toad, tor Sltvi.
FI?OM THE PEOPLE.
Krliool Board and Taxra,
To the Editors ol the Appeals
I, as an old cUltn, have seen Mem
phis grw from a Tiling to what she Ig. I
i.ove Hcen the numerous Board or Alder
men, with the Mayor, run hor into tha mudi
have watched the old Scho 1 Hoard dwindle
in rile but was sorry it d d not oullapaa,
and rise, like the 'trfxina; Listriot, a very
phoenix. It is not too late set to put it on
tho same footing, I am in larnr of public
i-hools. l ut I know tbe mntiniatit o the
people, f'T 1 am one of them aid thoy want
their taxes placed where thoy will goa far
as pofMtiie; ana mat is toe re, mon tne like
the Taxing Diatriot. I have met but
one u an oleaily opposed to tladden
aod tho Taxing luatriot, and he wanted to
retnra to the "old rchuie" and be Mayor.
Ilndden has gotten the thing down to a fine
point. His syslom of book kooping and pay
ro is is perfect., and there is no reanon in tbe
world why we nhould have a S honl Hoard,
secretaries, red tape and expanses when it
can be run by tbe 1 axing- UiMriol govern
mciU in a purely business wny- A -upcrin-tondrnt,
nnd Pullen can undor itM direction
run the whole thing, and tte P'opie will
never b bothered aa thuy b .ve been and
save big mon' y by it. The Louis ature moots
loon, aud wo can rub it out.
OLD CIT1ZES.
DSCEMBKII 14, lHMi.
LAW ItErOllTS.
4'lrrult foart Katea, Jatla.
Jury ralt'r.dsr for tomrrro : Nos.
SKitti. liockcr vs FiS.nnan; Kii2, Knelt vi
Wagner; MJI'i. Buckley rs Louisvilla and
N'lHhville railroad ; t2l.1, Harmon vs Louis
ville and Na.-bville raitrad; ,.r2l4. Kavner
vs Louiiiville and Naahville nilroad: WIS,
Htewart vs l.ou.-vtlle and Nasbri'le railroad
VM), Whit-'liiw ve Mouiphis .ml Cbhrleiton
railroad; !i.2i, Wright vn Townsend; W4S,
T wnseiidvs Wr ght; (1017, Amolia Jehnsua
v lorn Brown.
4'lrenlt Court rlairw, Jadar.
Motions were heard until nearly
noon : enle dny, when the tiin' of the case
if Donnelly 4 Co. vs the Liv isvillo, Now
Orleans and Texas Kailnud Company wao
resumed.
4'rlmluHl 4 arl- loUor, JtiUko.
Mond y's cab nl-tr; No. 1'4, ''Ill's
Parker; VA, Jamea Cassidv; 143, I). C.
Oliver.
rtrnth of An lluiliient l arollnlna.
To tho Editors of tho Appeal :
Ucccnt Intelligence from B oth Carolina
announces the donth, at his homo in Wlnns
boro, iv 0 , of Col. James II. Kion, one ef
the most eminent lawyers of that Htate. Col.
and Mro. Kion had been disrensing (Satur
day lat) thoir elegant hofpitiility to a
company of frionda. It was the anniversary
of their marriage. Col. Kion had presented
to tho "bride'' of former days an el-f ant
silver service of "beaten work," which
doubtless stands at his own bands had care
fully disposed it in tho now darkened
heme.
Altor dinner the gci.tleinen retired to the
smoking room and woie chattitg merrily
when, at 7 o'clock. Col Rion suddenly fell
from his sent in groat ptin. He saw that the
disease of the heart, from which ho had for
some ttnio boon suSoring, had tnkan a fatal
tarn, and, laying ".My last hour is at hand,"
ho summoned his family and eontinued to
m ko known to them, one by cne, hi lent
counsels and wishes until bo baoame uncon
scious, and at 3 o'clock bunday morning
bre ithod bis la't.
Notwithstanding his ettenrive law prae
tino. Col. Kion made the time ne:oftaryfor
continuous reading and study in many
branches of literature and in art. IIo was
identified with the bold ani sui ccasful eTirts
under Hamilton for tho restoration of "Homo
Hole" in South Carolina, thouvb he declined
to hold office. K.'ucitton found in him a
faithiui friend and liberal hrnelactor. Tko
piesont efficient condition of tlie University
of r-i uth Carolina is due in no snail meas
ure to his devolioa to big "Al
ma S'uter." The pre.'ege and ardent
student of Calhoun, Ool, Hion promptly
took aervioa in tho Confederate war, served
to its eloao and boro to hii grave honorable
soars rec Ivod is tho trene'lea around llich
mond. For many yeara t, conununlrant in
the Presbyterian Chur"h. Col Hion oxprise
ly anked that the lerviocs at hia funeral
might be conducted by l)r. Wood row, with
whom ho bad been for many yearo asso
ciated aa trustee of tho tiniveri-ity in which
tho Kov. Dr. Woodrow holds tbo Chair f
Natural Philosophy ai.d Ueology.
AMICUS.
Ta Eerbal Chill Core,
the best
A cwrtain
tonioand ttnti-iiei ortif Itr-Dwu.
and sore cure for ohilla. f'rwo II par bot
tle. Ken I si.lup tor nirculain. Any ref-
ai-ono Klxen. 4 1 .roll von v. Ilacket-,
tiTn-til-nrr. Va.
A'ow - The line To Se ulate
CTIVE Flucina'ions In the Market offer
run ortunitiea t , ppron,at'''is to make
money It drain, Stoc.s Bonds and Petro
leum. Prom . t personal attention given to
orders received by wire or mail. Corres
pondence eolioitcd. Full information aboat
the markets in o r Book, which will bo for
warded tree on ai 'dmation.
H. U. KYLK, Banker and Broker,
MERCHANTS
la the Country should order the
EUREKA
CIIRISTHf.48 CANDT BOX.
Ask your Grooer or Drucgitfor it,
or send to SPKCIIT & WALT Hit,
Manufacturer, and take no ether.
J. G. SCHMIDT & SUN
Importers ami dealart In 4itn. aaun
illlou end flahlaii TtM-ltla, ktatldpre
HnrilvvArst, 9.ltrl Rdlko aatd Aa
nnaclainrs tor Hotels and KWilonoes.naf
Mnla alrewt, Meir.hl4. Teuan. Kloctr e
supplies always oa hand. HepaiHnt teatly
done.
JXO. I). KATIIElf, A. II KKI.LKK,
W. A. JOHNSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Aai Agents for tbo Purckaso, Sale or
Lease t-i Lands,
msCITMCIA at MI1FFIFLD,
ALABAMA.
rFpecial atto' lion given to the oiamica-
tion at titles,
over Lands advertised and placed upon ihe
marmot, tree ot roarge, umere a sale la made,
AndStillTheyCome
FINE HAM)-tWK
CALF-SKIN SHOES
FOK 41 1 N rLKHEN.
USTvorj l'nlr WnrriiittedTdl
OXLT Iri.OO A I'AltJ,
AT TUB CHEAP OASU
410 WhIh Wlret iltent p li la.
ITTTTT . 7 TTTT-TTTn-r-tTTTTTT
raiAfK WliHirn Kemoved Alive, In Iron
40 mlputestn hours, with bond com
plete, or no charge No Farting required
no polsv-nous inedicines. Can he takon with
ease by child r adult. (VJJ or send lor cir
culars. DK. In. NaY fMaTII, Hpocialiet,
70 Madlnn atmet
Wbal can bo mere aiiproprlaf to
al", or iuor araiirjIiiK to re
ceive aa a prcarut Iroiu oar's
llnaband, Wife or Hwcrlhvart,
than a pair of
ZELLNES&C9.'S
B8AUT1TUL
CIIIIItyl MAS NMITEUSt
for Mm and Boja.
Elaborately hand embroidered Toilet
Hlippers In Tolvet, Cloth aod PlU'h of
kaaasemo designs and oolminga. Aleo,
fine hand mads To ltl tillijers, made
of Alligator and Morocco, in rua-et,
blaoB , win color and other giiades.
For I art law aud Mlaaoa Beautiful
new aVsigua at Silk and Hntln o. ulied
Bedroom Mipneaai als i, Cloth, Velvet
and Kid Kniareidcred Toilet Hlipper)
and warm lined Uotite Mippers of
Felt, heavy Beaver and Ma'laiauo, for
elderly kietios and invalieai.
va-MIpprra lor Drraa, Nllppi-ra for
Ibe Flrralde ta aall Tcryliodjr,
SPI CIALDRI VE !
GENTLEMEN'S good, well made, hnad
embroidered Toilet Cilippcrs. worth
luily II f0, for tho lew price ol Odd,
AN ASS0HTKI) LOT of HMppors (or
Ladies and Mil-en, Innlnding Velvet
and Cloth Kinliruid-reil Turkish Toilet
blippers, lt d and Tan Morocoo Uera
blipliers and many other styles, soma
of which cost 12 611 and (I originally, we
wunt to elofo lliem out at a figure that
will muko them go-the low but aoi
forin pr caofll.
XT As these Ppocial Bargains aro likely
to go very rapidly, we would advise
he reader to eomo oarly aud seouro
firatohuioo.
ZKMNEIte&CO.
00 MA IS MTltEIiT.
Ice Mkutr w. Holler SLatr,
' Toy Money Hunks,
1(0) s' Tool Client,
Do) r ' Axe, Wood s A Hit.
H i(l(rers' and Wobteuhul
l'uekel Kulvea,
Table Cutler, U uors, Ftc,
CarTlnr Kulres ami Forks,
Fluted Knlrcs, Forks, SpVors, E t
Fine ,clMSor In cat-es,
.Cat Ting; looli In sets,
Bracket 8w Machluea,
Plated Call Hells,
Coal Vases ami Uo4,
Shovels and Tonga, Etc., Ltc.
In addillan tethe above, tha most oom plot
asiorliiiont of FINr II tun w HK In
the eity Ask to be nhowa tho celebrated
HCLll-riR HOOK PHlNl AND CUKCkL
tlie beit thing out.
WENTE&TARRENT
387 .lifain Street.
(arTrlfphoan MA.
HKAOqfJAKITKM FK
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing
la - .
't fS.vSl.tf-.tje, )
Fire, Wlaa, Watwr aad J.Ishlalaa
pruor. Boltable for all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimates a factory ra es
call oa or address
MBMPBIB MKTAL A WOOD Hi 0 CO.,
131 A 440 Main it., and Jl k 23 Mulberry
MKMPUI8. TKNN.
Ileadquartars lor I, on Fenc s and Cresting
tsalvanisod Iron Cornice, Tin Hoofs A Xnvns
Kocli'sFiiiSlore
Nil EI.TIX41 IsairlnttaMf to meet any no-d
orbnsiness, Itia ohe Mtirthan old style, lit
bo put np by any one. I:DMaalHl lor
Fern try auu H...,k Mieilvr. Address
KOt II A. Jl. lOH 9f Ii-Mh
lil M Alll lA'r BAC-ATaUB a
MSblllS
IIS
E H. HOOVER & CO.
LUMBER IDLING MILL
MANUFACTURERS 0?
Doot-H, SimIi, nilula,ffloldl4Kt4, wll klutls of Door and Window
FrauietsllIriAcketiscroll-vVork, Itongh and Drecud
I.iuuber,: NhluKleM, LhIIi s Mater Tauka.
All ktuiltVof IfoodlWork fiecuted at (Short, Notice.
Xos. 157 to 173 Washington street, Itfpmplils. Tenn.
AjrUSSW Hew (Minjja.
STEW,
WholesaleGrocers, Cot J
gXJ
5xEI7AllT MOTHERS & COlTi?
COTTON FACTO IIS AND COIKISSION IKXIlilTS,
1IKV OKIB4WN. ixtrimgAj
BaTtTaatatatsTaTM'gr?Ta
DILLARD & COFFIN.
CJottom. IPaotor
Caath Advance to Hfrilmnta auI Plautero.
HILL, FOnTAH
Cotton Factors and Wholasata Gruosro
IIJi, F0I1TIII k m,
Cotton Factors, Commii:'oi ISoixantss
Wfa 11S t3outi Main Ut., ?M.
NEW TIRM.
(NVttOBMOIVl
FLOYD k CO.
Dinner, Tcilet and Chamber Sets in Great Variety.
BAR G0CE3 A SPECIALTT.
arAgrnlaror tliielbrnled;UKK WOOD VirRIFIBIt C HINA, apcoiall
iHlivfr4l for Hnfrlai, RtSinrniilo niitl Mlnmhowfai.-anai
5 LED UK BE03.,or Com, KIia.
n8S sFBt?" ft nBnirl7"H SPB"
COTTON PACTOHS,
Hoa. W8 and lit Front Street-- Memphta Ttm
f . f L 1 I ii i JWSS 1," 1 LjaU'JIlMfcJ
W. IV. Ilrown.
II, F. Garrett.
. M. Brown & Co.
COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION 'ME RCn A NTS
2GG Front Hiroei. :
LUMBER Y AEB I
BrUevCarMsiiAcl'irCg
lirtakley, Ark
YELLOW PINE AND OIK LIMBED.
AMD DKALEK III -
9wru Huh, BlUa, DreMnd KloorlPB;, Cclllnf, Wratirr BoarwUrA
Sag faculties aro ansargaaiod by aay sawmill la the Soitk for 61 i erden pri'ivr11
kagutMllka. Biding, Stop Linker aad Cyaraas BHinjriaj a sy-enialt"; tla. aav
aar of all llawasUal. Wo uaako tko WlielaaAlii Bullae a (Fecial foxtara. J
solicited aad anraptlj filed.
QEO. BAYHII,.l4KJa, ACJI3NT,
S7. 134 JefTorson Street Memphis. Ttnmumte
Wliolckuile Dealer mid riibllMhers
Iflnsio Homs
Sola Agontg for tbi following First-Clus Instrument- :
STEINWAY and KNA.BE
I-IAXOS Kranich & Bsch, Gablcr, and WheelccSc.
OUG JLNS Claugh & Warren, and Smiih AsnB.isn
AT A NKW T OCTAVR'PIANiJOH 810.-
Writ for Oatflloxntw. So-. 221 and isVJ.I tSerond Ntrcet. Jtnnr i
tatAaoa .. Bar AmJ Lata ef Mtaohaa
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
WHOLTBsAXB-
OCERS AHD COTTOn FACTOR
SSO-S89 Front Street T$vrl Tnn.
J. A. BAILEY.
J, A, BAILEY &
ZPILnTES" SES H3 S3 -
30 tocoaitl street, Ier.iihi.
"A'LAaHl AM& 0OHPLSTW SnOK 0? PLlTM3mS?AND RTltM.ITTRgS
VMtnrUls. Pi nn. " V-'1. f'un. r,-. ! an t - -i ' f !. III. itnw, fi .
3
AUDKBW D. UWTTLB Mm 3
NEW GOOrf3.
TO;t . M. FKK'II),
f. V. HOE FLEET, Ceitldo.t Partaor.
Vt. . Ilrown, Jr.
: l?Temi1i!H. Tenn,
MnnnfiMtr?r of
A ritrioa. Ut ef BitUyl Oawawr?!
. . wrn.'
E & GO.

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