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THE MEMPHIS APPEALt .'WEDNESDAY, APBIL 17. 1859.
EuMBLIXGS OF THE RAIL.
THAT pOCBLB ' DAILY MAIL BENCH
TO QEENADA AND THE SOUTH.
Onlr General Manager Jeffrey Can
Speak With Authority on the Buhjoot.
But the Prospect at Preient Are
Bather Again the Servloe.
The press along the line o( Iho Memphis
branch of tbo Illinois Central Railroad
lisvo tnken up and indorsed the pica of
Iu Appeal and Gen. James II. Clinl
uicre for a double daily wail over that
' It is disappointing to slate Hint there
Is very little proicct of securing the
additional mail fucilitloj for niuny a day.
An Appeal reporter called on MnJ. A.
J. Knapp, of that line, yosterduy and in
quired after the possibilities of a double
"That nrratujomont could only bo made
tlirouyh Mr. Jeffrey, general manager of
the road," said tho Major, "and thcro Is
no one of ns hero who could speak with
authority concerning it If tho extra
aerviee is oven being considered, I have
lind no intimation of iU I hardly think,
however, that tho company will comply
for a while yet. Mail trains can only ho
nm as passenger trains, and the pnssongor
traille nloiiir tho lino dots not warrant
another tram daily now. In the ruuning
ot trains, as a matter of course, the com
jiany must consult its flnanei.il interests.'
Tke Klranc l.oreinoll.
Thcro is now being tested on the Krio
Iiilroad n etmine which, If It continues
to nive tho results It has already dono,
will rovolutionir-o locomotive building hi
the construction of the boiler and valvo
gear, says the Itull'ulo Am Tho boiler
f tho Strong locomotive is bilnrratod at
tho fire-box end, forming two fire chaiu-
Ikts, and contains two gates, tho fire boxes
be I ii a joined to a single combustion mam
ber. which forms tho next division of tho
boiler, llicsa rarts are made of corrti
sated steel plates, with welded longitudinul
earns. Tho combustion chamber abuts
gainst the tulio shout, and forward ot this
como the main body of tlio boiler, w litrii
la travum'd by 2:W lube. Tho Isiiler
liitll. ilself bifurcate.). Inclose tli two
l rv.,a ami the comhiiNtion chamber.
A man run have meat to every hurt of
lim infiTior around (lie lire bom. Tl
Iho Are eo-ojH-rate in burning the fuel.
Vn one frs.lo a very hot, iliin lire is kept,
while anew tire i kept burning oil the
other, thus burning the. Inicrfeetly oxy-
dmil pane, llio slnx'iico vl sUys aim
crown bar adapt the boiler to withstand
train and jarring.
lly tho peculiar valve, however, the en
gine is exii-ted to do away with the com
Hiindiug of thu cylinders. Theie i 110
team chest, but each cylinder is lilted
with four valves, two exhaust and two
team valves. The steam valve hu ten
parallel oieninuH, each 4 inches long.
The whole vslve motion is worked by one
eccentric, so that the usual link motion is
Dot uwd. The general action is slow in
tho iM'giniilng of the movement unlil the
riiHhioning of the cxliaul end of the cy
Jindor relieve the presMiio, when the
valves quickly completes its travel. When
the rngino is w ot king st L'.'S) revolutions a
minute, it i claimed that the initial pres
sure cvlindor is within two pounds of the
boiler pressure. The general dimensions
of (ho engine sre as follow:
Cylinders, l'.'xi Inehes; driving wheel,
f,H inches; lotaf weight of engine, Willi
fuel, :PV iMinnds; weight on both pairs
of drivers, 7.!,IM pounds; weight on lor
ward trmk. 3U potni.N; weight on
trailing wheels, tfl'.Wsl ik.iiii.Ik; grslo sur
face, :!0iuaro l.i-t. besting surlaeo, l.tl'rf)
iiare fwt; working pressure ot steam,
1((I isiunds; driving wheel base, 7 lift;
total wheel buso, '."J leet.
H.o engine has two cal,a spoakliig tulie
being provided lor communication Ijetwueu
the liremsn and engineer.
The engino is ratable of running at the
mm nl M-veiitv mile an hour, aud has
losclo a uiilo iu forty seven neeoiids. Yes-
U nUv's run w as impuM-rili-nlnl, tor a aiu
win engine tuts never U'i'ire brought an
tixpru train tluouh Iroui New York.
An Imvarl.Ml IK-rUla)).
Col t miii A, K V., April Uk The Pu
i n nio Court of S.utli Catolin renlere.l a
decision yenUnluy which will have an im
iKirtaut U-Hiing on (utiiro railroad build
Inu in this piale. In Novemlier Inst the
f uprvine Court din ided that lml voted
ami imned bv towttshil In this fcUitO
uWrli tion lo new rsilroads amounting in
11 lo uliout fl.tsHWO, and )ield largely by
Jiorthcin Irii'l Mimi-snlm a cunly l.r
the Isnufl of ruilioa I bonds, were Invalid,
Itt'i-auoe of tho alMotice of rornruto pur-T-rc
on tho part of the toMUhi lii.iklug
in h suWriptioiis. The dillii iilty alstul
the IxiiuU has IWn thnt N.utli Carolina
.piiIiii were otahlishc'laud nuiiiil.iiiied
imply ns convenient divisions ol touiiti.-
ji.iving no eotiir.ilo existeiico or powers,
iu li as the county governments I"'
lim U-uisluture. however, at it m wins III
Im-cuiIst, n im-lii d Hie mutter lr pas
lug an art Vaii'luting the Im.ihIs Ml
l.tly issued and roltlcrrmg llix.ll
II township full coisiio Mirr lo
v.ie xiiniliir siilim ruitioiis in future. I'ul
tin ruiislitmioimlily ol llilasil wasqma
Toned ty iniinv lawyer ami lt ess.
were tlieielote in.t le im bv slloim-i rei
rM'titiiiii iN-rwiii who bad sUsieol
luoiiey ui.lt ImiIiiI issued bv the tow II
i i - in York Coiintv to the Chsilestoii.
( im iiiuattl A ( 'hieago ll.ulroa I. I he riwl
bus Isi'ii complete J llironcli llie low
ftlni but Is li.ie the rsilros.l i-oiiii.auy ntl
lil'hilil the lind, wleeh art) iu the C'lMotly
ol thu l'ton halo lriH,it Alitotlom
l .inv. ei it. lit .tie of Iho fact of comiile.
t . si.'nel by I he ( haiiman ol the Itoittd
o( C'Hiuiy Ciiiiinn"loiiers, Is neosMsry and
the Chairman of the Yolk Commissionei
refused lo do this until the Miptcui Coin!
bail SM' iiih.ii the vallilatiug B''t. M.in.l
tuns rx(Mlitik. were then iiis'ituhsl in
the I" u irr in ii Court whiih yestenty tin
ruled that thu validating act I coitxlitu
ll'Ml.il .11.1 that olllnp iHillds ia-llisl l )
railtuS'ls ant valid slid then due ol the
s.iiiet lej.il status as county . boti Is. A
MiiiiIh r of railro. lini s, lh construction
ol which wss UMiiisir.irily slopis-d bv tins
btigiiion, will now bn puslied (oiward lo
Insurance scheme against which the men
threatened to strike. Manngcr Clements
arrived hero this morning to Inspect the
depot. In au Interview with Chronicle
Ttfeyraph reporter this afternoon ho
denied that there was any intention to
withdraw tho insurance schonio, and said
that ns tho order had boon issued by Pres
ident Mayer, it would have to bo rescindud
by him. As far as he knew thcro was no
intontion to do so. Tho reports of a dan
ger of a general strike on tho lines of this
company from this canso aro much exag
gerated. A largo ntimbor of men hnve
Biioliml In the enmnanv for membership.
nmi it is doubtful if any serious trouble
A S.OOO.WOO) Purchase.
Richmond, Va., April 10. Tho property
rights and franchises of the Richmond A
Alleghany IJallroad Company wore sola
at public auction today to Krwiu Davis,
Charles W. Cox and J. A. Kennedy louM,
of Now York, for $j,000,(XH). Theuo gen
tlemen represent syndicate formed by
tho llrst aud second uiortgugo bondholders
and were appointed by the syndicate to
purcluiHe tho property, wiiieii win oe
turned over lo the Chesapeake & Ohio
I lull way Company and form-part of that
I'vrional mid tJenrrnl Note.
Tub various railroad superintendents
wcro in monthly council yetitcrday.
The Mississippi Valley Tralllc Associa
tion held a meeting at Kt. lmis yesterday.
The association of railroad superintend
ents held a regular monthly meeting yes-
1L A. ii.i.iams, Eastern passenger
ngeut of the I.iulo Uock & Muuipliis road,
left yesterday (or Atlanta.
l. H. I.ac-v was in the city yesterday,
looking after the passenger in lor on U of Ihu
great 1'eniisylvaniil system.
The Louisville A Nashvillo boys of this
city have their pictures taken iu a lurge
group that shows up in lino stylo.
In k annual meeting ot tho National
Associations of ltallwsy Surgeons, will ho
held in ist. Ix)tilt on May 'i and !(.
J. A. fM iiTT. city ticket agent of the
Imisvillu & Nashville road, returned last
night bum a business trip to l.illlo Hock,
l iirKiiir hiiHiness via tho Illinois Ceu
trul liailroad shows an improvement (or
April as compared with samu oriod of
The finest privato car in tho world Is
now hcinir built by tho Wagner I'alnco
Car Company, for Iho use ol it l'rcsidunt,
I'ashkm.kii trnlllc generally is light with
all Hie railroails. 1-oc.il travel small, ow ing
lo peoiilo in Iho country jiri'piinng thu
ground lor crop.
A. J. Knapp, assistant general freight
ami passenger nip-nt of Iho Illinois Cen
tral, biw gone to Muw Orleans on business
of the company.
D. I. KoiiKiirs, sssistant gnncrnl psssen-
ger ngeut of Iho 1'eunsylvania roail, head
iiiarlers at Cincinmili, was in tho city
yesterday, en roulo to New Orleans.
James (itnoji, Southern passenger
agent of tho Chicago A Northwestern Kail
road, pssnod through the city yesterday,
en route to his headquarters at Chicago.
The Vamlalia I.ino run the iMipular
travel betwien hi, Ixxiis and Chicago;
spieiianl eoiupment nml elegant rcclining-
isir cars oil ali triiuis free to flral-claas
The Uniform Classlllcatlon Commit to.
have a etuiicudoti work lioforo them, pre-
snug a rluNMitication In lo inailn accepla
lo to all interests. 1'rogreKS Is slow. .Next
meeting is to lie held si Old l'oint
lh:Tw r.rx the first Friday in Juno and
the llrst haturday In July, at dato lo lie
leculeu iiihiii later, tlio town ol I an,
Teiin., proiKMw holding an eloction to do-
cido uiKin Ibn feasibility ot Issuing the
town a ohlli.'iitii'iis to llieainonnl ot m.i.ish)
in aid of the proposatt I'Mducali A Tenne-
1Ikhv Coi'ntv will hold sn ehwtion on
the llrst Friday In June lo determine upon
tho iiniKKltion to convert the Yi,ts of
tM'k in the Iuiisvillu A Nasbvilln Kail-
Mad into stis'k in the proxied Pad until A
Tennessi-e K.ulroad. Ou the first Hutur-
day In July the same eouuty will liolil an
other eleclloii to ihrldo iim the quillon
of issuing an adduionsl 0-i,UKJ ol county
Ismila al 41 ir cent,, running twenty
years, to aid iu the construction of thu
Tna Nalional TrsTie Association, re-
riMilly disaolvod, I to b reorgniiud ana
tbn hcs'louatters It'inoved Iu M. Ixiuis.
Ma). J. II. Waldo, who for years ha been
receivings s.iUry of $lil,ls) per annum
I nun the lexss Iraltie AsnHiilon, ami
later of the Nitlioii il Tralbc Awmialion,
will retain bis isniioii (. hairmati, and
the territory formerly covered by the old
orgaiiir-itioii will Iw taken into lim new.
ll is tnoiii;lit that M il. uhlo ran steer
clear ol the liitcistito Commerce law.
DOUGLAS IN THE SOUTH.
TH8 COLORED LEADER 8PHAK8
HI3 COURTEOUS BKCBPTION.
Batlsned With the Progress of Hla Race
He Doesn't Believe Negroes Should
Be Appointed to Offloe on Account
Fred Douglas, tho colorod leader, Is in
Georgia, lie was Interviewed at Thomas-
villo by a correspondent of the Atlanta
CoiittiUUion. Concerning lus reception In
tho South ho said:
"My reception lias been almost court
eous, I am no stranger to me nouinorn
peoplo, and have no troublo in getting on
with tho bolter olemont of Iho whltos. To
illustrate: When Phillips was so cruelly
murdorcd in Arkansas for trying to inves
tigate election frauds, my business took
mo to I.itlle Uock. On my arrival I mot a
rcbu(T by being refused a meal at a depot
restaurant Hut littlo lator in tho day I
rccuivod with great courtesy in the
Hcuato chamber, ami voted tho privilege of
the floor. I naturally forgot the slight of
tho small restaurant keeper."
"Are you satisfied with the progress of
your race since tho war?"
"I'erieciiy. l am amucu mat n suouiu
ho so great. Tho truth Is no peoplo wcro
ever emancipated under more unfavorable
circumstances than tho colored peoplo of
thoHouth. The Israelites-wcro told to
borrow what they noodod, and they did
borrow and have niado good boiruwers
over since. When 20,Ihm),(H10 Russian
serls were emancipated they woro given
three acres ouch and supplies, but
my icop1o were simply turned looso; not
emancipated and set up to live liko free
men, but turned loose to starve miserably.
They were not freed in time of peace and
good feeling, and by regular conrso of law,
but their shackles were burst frum them
violently by war, and they were set adrilt
to shift us they could among their former
muster, who were naturally sore over de
feat Thu wonder to inn is that they
managed to live at ull. Hut they have
lived and thrived, multiplied and pro
gressed, in all thing which go to make
in sulmtantial irri-alness. My heart is
warmed with grulitudo when I travel
among them and see them so prosperous
"Whaluhmit the Southern policy and
tho race problem?"
"I don like either expression," replied
Pouiila. "lliero should be no Hotilhurn
iiollev or Western policy or Northern Pol
icy, unit there is no nice Problem. All
that is necessary to bo done Is to live up to
the Constitution, ihut will settle alMiiun
lions. It remains to bo seen if A merican
civilization and manhood are equal to tho
ta-k of living up lo what tho people, by
their chosen representatives, hare sworn
lo do. 1 lielieve tho imriiiU of America
are true enough aud great enough lo prove
faithful lo this great trust It Is not a
question of social rights. I have nothing
In do with Unit. If civil rights are ocurT
ull minor question will settle theinsclvo."
"What about building up a Kepubliean
party among tho whiles in the South?"
"1 ho bent way to do thai is for tho Re
publican Hirty lo do it duty, see that the
taw is impartially admiuistcrcd, and put
good men into tho public olllces according
lo Utiles. Iu distributing tho public pat
ronage let Mr. Harrison have but on ob
ject in view, an I that is Illness for the
place, regardless of politics or race."
"Do you think tho sectional feeling is
dviug out Norlli and South?"
.'"Yes, rspidlv. In a few moro years ll
will Iw ahnoxt bko the war ol the rose in
Knglund. Wo will not care which side
our ancestors wcro on, so are American. 1
expect to lecture tonight and must spare
"You talk well," replied the reiwwter,
"and most eoplo who talk well lore to
"Well," continued Mr. Douglas, "my
U'li'ef ran bo put up in one word uni
fication. 1 believe in one race, one policy
and ouu Nation. All thing are tending to
oneneiM. loiisollilallon III bullous anil
binmcs i the oriler of the day. Mr.
Calhoun was logiral and Mr. Welsitor was
right They started liuni dilferent pre ni
ls.', bill the great principle ol eonsoliita
lion al work in the world settled the ques
tion, and now we are a ureal .Nation. Tho
Statu ol (iermanv and Italy have coiisoli
dated, (luce there were frco rllie ami
many mailer principalities Slid govern
Incuts. No mun Is wise enough In
that this principle of consolidation is car
rying Iho world."
t'wlaa IVISr orMlni.
5sro, Mas., April bl. The gross
mriiitig of the Union I'm 1 fie loi.lros l
Company for February, Including line la
which the Union Facillt; has one-lull iu
teret, were .',Ul7,!Nil, dri rrae from
rarn.ngs of sum" month lust your of I.
CM; rpiisH, tl,7s.',K7; de rse, f I, H i.';
Iicl caming, ', 010; decrease, t.'iiO.OII.
For two month ending 1 ebriury 'S, gitsM
turnings. 4. "i, '''; increase, fit, 07 J, ex-pen-.,
22.214.171.124,01 1, Ini lease, $.Vi.'.'77; net
earnings l,0J',li'l; ilecresse, tUl.'.lij.
It 11, iMsrsurt keSfnt Wllbdrawa.
'I'lTlsstan, Pa., April 111. Pipatche
from lliiludi'lphl lliismrnlng siiDoiinred
thai the Rultltuire A Ohio Railrosl
Coinpsnr, through (ienural Mansger
CJuiiculs, bad wltliOrjwn the to in pony
Why I.h'I rlhhrtr.
from llir betMCu 1 rllmii..
t'lirle Sin-.S hen', IVdro, what tho
reason we can't I neighborly? Now, l'vo
cut some things I'd hLo to sell you, and I
leel it to Ihi my duty
Pom 1'eilio to hiuxiI)-iuiij your
Mr. ll.l Malk.
"There Is a tide In the sdalr of men
which, taken l Its I kI, lcd Tin lo (or
tune, 'Ihu name ol the honored Slid ills
liugllihhed iielitleiiian at the head of this
aitu le slier, Is a coii-'icious llluslrution el
the truth -tin m la i d by tho great mm1 of
tialiire. I nhke m.iny men ol cipiat or
greater ldilll. hu siniptv iltldelstisMl his
i, IHHtunity. lie U ll Memphis few
)chis ao, nit, r a long ami arduous crwco
as panlor of one of our largest ami most In-
lloeiituil ihurchin, a tsir man. llelxuigul
a little pi'-ct ol ground Ksiis.i Cilr:
he had the f.uth sn I the courage to hold
on to il; he sold it at llm rik'hl lime, and
the result i s coiiilortublo snd r.ipelly in
creasing fortune. Ho is ii"W abl lo oHer
to other the iipsirtiinily for w hlt'h be lis I
losii'k. Ili laitli In Meinphl the Iu
lure liietioHilis ol the MoulllWiwt led bull
lo make blip' lilVesliiielltS III SoulO of it
Hi. nl tli nil iil-le pM rrty, notably Iho Is-ftil-tilul
irncl l Iseniv-lhiee sne on Mi l
more, lliileih, W!ker and Arnona sve
lull's, ll pi uiiisi s to be a rei til.onol the
Kansas Cilv esiM-rienen. Kmc he pur
i ha'd It. less Hutu ti yeais sgii, tho leu
tieutee Ml, Hand It.iilway ha been located
and built near and along the entire tenth
i r ii liolil; the M.ignoliu diviioii of the
I'ro-iM-ct I'atk A licit b.ulwnr has been lo
cated and built niotig Us eii'lre southern
(rout, the gresl houiiiuiii Oil Mills have
been lisiited and built Wlllnn few rlsof
one corner; thu luimeiiso Jleinpuia iin
oiks in m uno'.her corner: great furni
ture fuelory is iioh Iu prsiMi of crettuui
within a lew lmnlrei v arils, lo say noin-
ing of other imiHirtant Industrie sure 10
come. Aim all tins willun lev llinn io
veuis! Is tins what sotiie pi'ople call lui k?
So. It Is simply gsl, bard, coinninn
t tie. lie sjs once nioic h.s opportunity
snd he embraced it Thai is all. He saw
that the growth tf the rity Would Iuhw
nly Ihi iu Uial dim tiou. The ream uts for
this were siel srn many md great. II
(XcrciM-d Ins iilgrr nt; bsd the courage
ol his coiivicliuus, and lo! suotlicr fortun
drosi lulu his lap.
1h Itrai a li.itl Urax-erle
III the city rnn b" found at (loodiuan
Churchill's, Mil Main street
(IiiUIkmI ut Mfiiiib in Moain laundry, li'-l
isiiOi vllic 31 AUaisoUt
I.acr curtain tivaned aud
lM I srmlsi,
It Is s serious mistake for A farmer to
undertake more Iban be ran do well and
thoroughly. It is much U tter to properly
culllvjlo ten acres than il I to half do
twenty, snd, generally speaking, as much
of a crop would bo raised on ten acres un
der aurh circumstance a there would bo
on twice ten. Thcro is no industry who
real thoroughness give more evidence of
advantage than farming. The thrifty, tidy,
handsome farm we so bare not been
made such by ure.css manipulation. Iho
prs-r preparation of ground lor any crop
Is hull the battle, lor, no matter how prime
Ihc see I. tho soil must Ihi coliKt'linil, both
ill kind ami preiuuslion, lo set ore iho best
Minn j results. iJu.iliiy iu (srming will
mve laitler hsrvesis Ihsu initiliiy. F.very
lntellk- nl lanuer inie-t tealiMi Ihn tact,
Slid olsM'natioii wilt ploe that 11
i the small farms that are the most
prolltable, Ijirce farms rarely have
the iiumlier of ineii employed that
is neeessary al ii-rluiil season. N-eduig
lime comes, aud bad weather has dulayed
tho work, and the consequence I it Is
rushed through half done, au l t'leo Ilia
next lob Is performed In the same wsy.
Many farmer baa bad to ha Woikdono
over the set on I tun., and then the yield
is not as much a ll il bad been prjrly
done In the hrt place. A successful (urmer
was recently uke,l what hi si item of
funning sn l replied; "I liylomakt
my farm ell-siiiiHiiiing. 1 Ulvorsily my
clop, and purMHMi iu the future lo plant
less, manure luoie and Work better. I
keep a much of what I produce on ihe
f irm as oible." In reply to the que
lion how uniting could l insile to par,
hisausoer was. "lly giving your f.iriu as
cIomi attention a a nu n hunt or any
other biisiues limn gives Ins luisine, by
diveislfyiiig your cro, raising on the
farm everything you ue, a lar as posss
tile, by paying culi lor w lull you me com-
IN'lled to buy, thereby Sloiding time
price." This is Ihe sociel ol sun culul
Luiuiug lua nutsiiell.
Fiery farmer havinj moro or less sheep
and who is shorl of paturnge, should (ol
low the prnctire of hurdling thoin Insles I
ot allowing them lo ram over field In
search of food. In Fngland tho nit Im-
orlaut luethotl of keeping up the fertility
of tho laud is pasturing sheep In turnip.
The sheep and turnip are Inseparable,
whether In wluter or summer, and il i
duo to Ihi fact thst tho (arm in that
country are so productive. Their plan,
however, of pasturing sheep diHsreul
. ... i . .
irom our, nere r turn llieuj Into
Unlil nd allow them lo roam ovt r It at
to particular portion of a field by means
of a hurdlo, tnado portable and rcinovoblo
at ploasuro. Ana ns uttna as one portion
of the field is eubih off. thoy remove the
hurdle to an adieinlng spot, and bo on
until the whole liobl is thus eone over.
taking care bs soon as each portion la
eaten off to sow it nitlmr In nnas or beans
or ttie use ol the sheep as a cnaugo ui
food, blicep are very fond of peas or oeans,
and will eat uri (I'm wholo vines, peas,
pods and all, even tho roots when they
can got at them. Another tiling, suecp
dung is very concentrated and fine, and if
tbo animal can be niado to feed on small
spaces of ground, they not only strew the
manure thickly. Lnt nroh it into the earth
ny tramping over It aoi ouiy so, uui
from its highly concentrated condition, its
nitrogenous qualities sro tho more appar
ent It has icon claliuud that 100 sheep
hurdled on nn aern ot eronnd for fliteen
(lavs will manure it Niiiricicntiv for four
crops. Mor ore sheep al all partial to heavy
growth of tail graBS. Indeed, so eager are
they for feeding on the young, tender
growths nearer tiie ground, that they have
been known to fall oil' in Hush on heavy
clover pastures where thcro was but little
or no short grass to bo hud. There can be
but little doubt, therefore, that on poor
soils tho system of hurdling would bo of
incalculable service inutiiiices having been
known in which woiiumt lands having
bean brouiriit to the blithest deurue of fer
tility by following the pnictico. In two
ways is it prolitublo, not only in restoring
the land to its former condition, but the
Increase In wool and mutton pnv a liuml-
some dividend on the troublo and money
('lilMge Worm l.'oniinered.
I'min Vick's Usiputlnu (or January.
Ill the vcgotablo gurdou great labor and
less bus boon incurred for muny years by
tho ravages of tho cabbage worm, the larva
of the cubliairo butterfly, I'ieris brusslcte.
For a long time post numerous experi
ment have Wen made w ith a great variety
of substances to destroy it or micccasfully
keep it in chuck, but all havo failed as ro
linblo and economically practical, except
that of dusting the plants wilh l'yro thrum
powder, simple or combined with other
ellii'ient sulHtnncea. lly applying the
Hiwder wilh a bellows the work is quickly
done, and tho cabbago grower has no
longer any fear of this troublesome and
Herding Hllta OMa.
From tli American Aricullurlt.
Outs are beyond question Iho best crop
to seed grass and clover with. It is not
so much the condition of tlio soil as the
timo that favors tho successful growth of
grass; oats secure the very bust time, and
if that crop is projiorly prepared for, it
affords ull tho noccsaary conditions of soil.
If farmer would always sow their gross
and clovor seed upon well manured soil,
frejth plowed and well burrowed, we should
hear no mure of poor catches ml half
sown meadow, and if farmers would only
give that out crop a liberal quantity of
manure, which il will repay with good
interest, they can always got good catch
of grus uud clover on tho land.
DEATII OF MR. OOLDSMITH.
Ilesrinir Ihe sad news of the death of
Ihn distinguished and worthy member of
their body, F-tiwsrd Goldsmith, hsq., it
was deemed proper by the President ol
Ihe Cleurinif-lloiiHo lo call the bunkers of
the city louutherfor tho puriiose of taking
souio action snd niuklng such expressions
ss thev might deenr proper. Accordingly
I. T. Porter, 8. V. llesil, J. I). .Muiitedou
ico, I. KatrcnlMMgeet M. II. Kalxeiila-rger,
It J. lilaek, Henry j-vnn, .m. p. lim ning
bsm, J. M. UoodjMir, J. It Wodwin, C. II.
lUinu, Col ton Ureeiie, w. v. jivtliul, li. J'.
1 ravser snd C. v c-cliiilte uiet nt tlio par
lor of the First Mil.oiml Hunk.
Theobiect of the Diis'tinu bavins been
explained, at the request ol tho body lr.
D. 1. Porter irthled. II. C. r-peuko was
appointed secretary. The following com
mit lee were then t)ointeii:
Colli n lirwne. It Dudley r ravser ami
W. 1). llethel were appointed to draft reso
lution to be presented at the next meet-
h. r. Itoatl and w. D. iklhei were ap
pointed honorsry pall bearer.
11 wss unanimously rosoiven mai uio
bankui of the city should attend thu fun
eral as a ImhIt, and I. Katxenlierirer, U
1 oliinan snd M. K lluvklugbaiu were then
appointed a a committee lo inaku provia
I ho meeting dl'Mirned subject to tbo
cull of the chairman.
i. T. PottTrs, Cbairinsn.
H. 0. HpaAKK, Kt rulury.
Memphis, Tenner April' 10.
That Tired Feeling
That extreme tired feeling which Is se dis
tressing and often so usaeMuntable la the
Siring months, li entirely overcome by Hood'i
ariaparllla, which tones the whole body,
purines the blood, cures scroful and all
liuiaon, cores dyspepsia, creates sa appetite,
rouses lb torpid liver, braces up the nerves,
and clears the mind. V7s solicit a comparison
ct Hood's BartapartUa with any other blood
purifier In the market tor purity, economy,
strength, and medicinal merit
Tired all the Time
"I had no appetite or strength, and felt
tired all the time. I attributed my condition
to scrofulous humor. I had tried several
kinds ot medicine without benefit But as
soon as I had taken holt a bottlo ot Hood's
Barssparllia, my appetite was restored, and
my stomach felt better. I have now taken
nearly three bottles, and I never was so well."
Mrs. Jassia F. Dolbeabi, Pssenag, It I.
Mrs. C. W. Marriott, Lowell, Mass., wss
completely cured ot sick hosdache, which she
had 10 years, by Hood's SarsaparllU.
Everybody needs and should take a goo
spring medicine, for two reasons i
1st, lbs body Is now more susceptible te
benefit from medicine ttisn at sny other season.
Sd, The Impurities whloh hats accumulated
la ths blood ibMld be expelled, and the sys
tem given tone and strsngtn, neior me frus
trating effects ot warm weather are felt.
Hood's Barsapanua is iu pen spue
cine. A single truu win conniicw u v.
superiority. Take 11 borore u is wo .
The Vest Sprtno iltdMne
"l take Hood's Barsaparllls for a spring
medicine, snd I find It Just the thing. It tones
up my system and maies me leol like a dltter
cm wan. My wife takes It for dyspepsia, and
he dorlvos great benefit from It. Bhe says It
Is the best medlclno she ever took." F. &
TtrwKBB, Hook A Ladder No. 1, Boston, Mass,
Last spring I was troubled with bolls,
caused by my blood being out of order. Two
bottles ot Hood's BarsapurlUa cured me. I
can recommend It to all troubled with afieo.
tloas ot Uio blood." J. BunocH, reoria, ui.
M AM OFFERING
AT LOW PRICES
IMPROVED AND VK IMPBOVED FROP.
Madison Heights, I'nton Avenue, Monroe Btrest
Extended, Court snd Ban Avenue, ropiar iwuir
vard. Wsldran Avenue, also in Scotland and
Chelsea, In Fort Tlckerlng, Jcffenon aud Adams
Btreots. St Tsui snd Tate Streets, sud lnovcrr
direction around the city.
Several of the Most PeslraMo Residences for BalS
on the licit Streets In the City. AUo, unsinew
Property, Improved snd t'nlinprovcd. on Mala
and Front snd Other Ftreeta. Purchasers wlU de
well to boo us before purcbailug.
10 years, by Hood's SarsaparllU. tloas ol Iho woou. ri.DiMuva, IXTs1 OIa
Lood's Sarsaparilla Hatchett.Rlce&tO.
I .... .. a I . BrnrcT
oM by sll drnatttu. fl sli lor fs. Presand
by C. I. HOOD A CO., ApotheoartM, LowU, Uui.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Sold hw ml dnmuliU. 1: sis for ss. rrfro
by 0. 1. BIXID A CO, Apotheearlea, LowalL llua,
IOO Doses One Dollar
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228 MAIN" STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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mtna.on and Foed buslnos lo Moinphl for tho paat twonty-flve
yearn. The bualnosa moo of Memphis and vlnclnlty, and planters
from the eurroundlnu country, will find It to their Interest to pat
ronize our firm.
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6i to 73 Monroe Street, Memphis.
N. B. Liberal advances mado on consignments of Stock, and
hipping buslnoss solicited.
THE I'KAIUIDV Mr.DICAi. iseiin
ho. 4 llulll.rh HU Ho.lon. ,, o'rriom.
ni.ra fnr ixKik. or IcU.rs for siirtc sswala n
tlraotad . sbuTC.
Tf any de.lnr r he s Mie W. 1.
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and equipments. Har fixt- '
urcs a specialty. Sporting '
jjjoods of all kinds,
can supply you at short no-
ticc at fiottom prices. Ta-
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us for prices.
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Offlcs sntf Billi.r Parlor,
329 Main st Mcmjihis, Tcnn
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221-223 SECOND STREET. -
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FOR GENTLEMEN AND LADIES. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
" 111 DEALB STREET.
NEAR SENAT0BIA, MISS.,
oiri.ai mis sMinn or two tkot.
TIMU StAI IJOMA
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