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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL IT, IDAY, APRIL .JO, 1S80.
Til 2 HUl'SE.
Debate on the Post Wee ipproprl
utioo BUI la the Senate
W8!1IN:to, April 2'). Seriate.
Senator I'ike obtained unanimous eon'
sent to take up the 4th of July claims
It beinpa bill ninety-four panes long,
Senator Hoar sueuested that tiuie
would be saved by omitting the read.
ing ot the detailed items.
Senator Ingallg protected with em
phasis against the omission ot any.
thing. The Senate had passed 4LM
bills the other day, to said, without
the reading of one of them. Senators
were throwing down all the barriers
that had been set up against laxity in
legislation. The (liveable rejwrt of a
committee was coming to be taken as
all that was necessary lor the passage
of a bill.
Senator Hoar assented that no bill
, should be passed on the mere assur
ance ol a committee that it was right
but this was a peculiar case. The
claims were audited by tho Treasury
Department, any way, under the gen
eral hw, and the reading of the lull
would not give the slightest informa
tion to Senators, it would save much
time to omit the reading.
The Chair inquired w hether objec
tion was insisted upon, and there bo
ins no response, the readine of ninety.
throe out of the ninety-lour pages
. were omiireu.
Some objection was made by Perm
tor Ingalls and Senator l'lumb to an
item to bo recommended by tho fx'n
ate committee to reimburse tho estate
of Ayros P. Merrill of Mississippi fl7,
000 for supplies to the United States
army during the war.
Senators Hoar, l'iko and Pa wen
said the man was consistently loyal,
and had strong indorsement as such
by Gen. Grant and other Union ulli-
The amendment was agreed to, and
the bill passed.
The postoflico appropriation bill
was then taken up, on which Senator
.Heck had the lloor.
' I 'Senator Beck said the provision un
der discussion had nothirc ti do with
the poital wrvire, but simply looked
to the buiMing up of cur commerca
relation. Appropriation bills should
not include new legislation. He in
s'eted that it was bsd pn icy for the
Kepubacai b ti lorce on the alminis-
tration provisions against which the
f lesuleot, the Postmaster-General ana
the Hooch of Representatives all pro
tested. Senator Beik epoke at great
length, going over tbe wb"le question
involved in tn amer.amrnt.
uoniercnoe committees were or
dered on the Senate amendments to
House bills authorizing the construc
tion of bridgps over various rivers.
Mr. Hall Iowa stated that at the
request of many members he had de
rided not to call up the Campbell
Weaver election cases to-day, but he
fnve notice that , he would call it up
tiesday next. -
Mr Lanliam Texas, from the Com
mittee on Coinage, Weights and
Measures, reported a bill for tho re
tirement and recoinage of trade dol
lars. House calendar. It prdvides
that for six months after its passage
trade dollars shall be received at the
face value in payment of all dues to
the United States, and shall not
be again paid out or issued in any
other manner. Holders of trade dol
lars, on presentation of same, may re
ceive in change therefor an equal
amount of standard silver dollars.
The trad dollars so received by the
United States Treasury ollicials shall
bs transmitted to the coinage mints
and recoined into standard silver dol
lars. The yellow-fever inoculation bill
was called up and discussed at some
length, bat (lending action the morn
ing hour expired and the bill resumed
its p!a;o on the calendar.
Tho Houf e then went Inlo rommit
tee of the whole (Mr. Wellborn l'ex
in the chair) on the river and harbor
appropriation bill, the pt nding amend
ment being one providing that the an
piopriation for the Missouri river sba 1
be expended under the direction of
the Secretary of War wirtinnt the in
tervention of the Mitsonii River Com
mission. The amendment was rr j-utsd, but
it was agieed n vote should b allowed
en it in tho House. Mr. Andereou
lias favored a liberal appropriation
lor the Miissun river.
Mr. Reagan Tex moved lo strike
eut the appropriation for continuing
tbe operations upon the reservoirs at
the bcadwatais ot the Mississippi
Mr. Clardv Mo. moved tj increase
from i 300,(00 to $000 000 the appro
priation for the improvement of the
Mississippi river fioin the mouth of
the Illinois river to the mou'.h of tho
Ohio rive. Loht.
The paragraph making an appropri
ation of $-,250,COJ for tbe improve
ment of the loner Missivsippi having
been reached, tbe committee rose.
Mr. Van Ktton Miss , fioui tbe
Committee on Public Lands, reported
a bill to grant the right of way
thrnsgh the public lands to any canal
or ditch company f jvwed for tbe pur
pose of irrigation. Houee calendar.
The Home then djonrn?d.
THE JIOKXOX HEGIRk
From I'tab Into Mrtt Fairly I n.
Kl Paso, Tex., April 2). The Mor
mon hegira into Mexico has fairly
set in, and gives signs of a steady How
from this time forward. About fifty
fai xs arrived yesterday, making
ovt-r a 100 families during the past two
weeks. Very few of those who have
entered Mexico thus far are from
Utah, but come from towns ' and
vitiates in New Mexico and Arizona,
They do not disguise the fact that
they are fleeing to Mexico to avoid
imprisonment nndet the recent laws
which they are notified will shortly
be enforced in other Territories than
Utah. As a rnle these saintly emi
grants enter Chihuahua in for better
circumstances than the average citizen
of that impoverished State. They
have already acquired several thous
and acres of the best watered lands.
new Trouble tmi lk Chero
kee. Littlr Rocic, Abk., April 29. To
day's advices from the Imlian Terri
tory says: "The Cherokee Legisla
ture is agitated over tho discussion of
the b;ll re'ating to the distribution of
$:W0,OrO derived from a lease made of
the Cherokee strip. According to
Cherokee laws this money shall bo
paid out per capita under direction of
the National Council. The bill be
fore the Legislature provides that the
money Khali be paid to Cherokees by
blood, leaving out negroes and adopt
The measure is sharply an tagonii Ed,
the opposition claiming that the
United States Government will inter
fere if the bill is passed to prevent
unequal distrioution and protect the
interests of the adopted citizens. The
full bloods argue that tho money was
not derived from the sale of lands or
invested funds held by the United
Mates, Dut irom grass which grows on
Cherokee land, and that tho govern,
ment has never rec irnized the val
idity of tlnjleaso, and that the lease
was made for bloods only. The full
blood element, which claims a ma
jority, seem determined to carry their
point regardless ol consequence-.
White Settlers sWaacretl
LiwiiExcE, Kas , April 29. Col. W.
L. .vathews, a ranch owner of South
ern Arizona, who is in the city, says,
regardingtho Apache outrages: ''My
ranche is near the border of Mexico
and is well protected, so that the
Apaches have not troubhd me much ;
but there has been no end of depre
dat ons lately against ranches and set
tlers who were not so well protected
as 1 am. Last Thursday a horrible
massacre occurred twelve miles from
my ranche A settler named Harris,
with his wife and three children, were
murdered by the red devils. This is
but a single k stance, as no less than
sixty persons have been killed by
Apaches in Southern Arizona in the
last seven weeks The troops have
killed but three or four of the Iniians
since thev have been stationed there.
As it is now, the soldiers have orders
not to fire on tho Indians, but to take
them prisoners. The butchery will
goon until the soldiers have orders to
fire and kill every Apache they see."
LITER AH Y XOTMS.
The April number of The C tmopoli-
Urn, a new family mngn.ine published
by Schlicht & Field in Rochester, New
York, is striking for tho variety and
brevity of its articles, and the beauty
of its letter press and full page illus
trations. It contains four short stor cs
and an interesting and humorous ac
count of a visit to Mount Vesuvius,
by Win. T. Ilcrnaday.
From an account of the interview
given in the St. Petersburg Jlii'luricul
Knew, it appears that the rumors
which represented Count Tolstoi as
mentally deranged are without any
foundation whatever. Tho author of
ll'iir and Peace, and many other cele
brated works, is faid to bo in excellent
health, mploying hi. leisure ho' rs in
tbe diligent study of Greek nnd He
brew, in taking bodily exercise, and in
writing a series of short popular tales.
Gi. Fremort has taken a house in
Washington for a year, and he and
his wife aro no hard at workuoon
his memoirs. Mrs. Fremont is nomi
nally (ien. Fremont's secretary nnd
amanuensis in the work, but the bir
den of memory, arrangement and
composition is rather evenly divided
They found it necessary to go to
Washington, where Gen. rremont
could have access to the old papers
and reports, and meet his old com
rades in scenes that would alone re
call many things by association.
Tint South is greatly indebted to the
Ubv. J. Max Hark for a series of well
considered articles on Southern 1 tera-
tura and hterarv men, which appeared
some weeks since m the Lancaster
lnteliiqrncer, cne of the most notable of
tho daily papers of Pennsylvania, and
one of the most influential. In thee
Mr. Hark is both fair and frank. Ho
contrasts Mr. Cable, for instance, with
all of his contemporary novelists with
results in the highest degree favorable
to the Southerner. Ho regards Dr.
Seritr, whether "from a purely literary
point of view, or from the higher one
of moral purpose and tendency, as re
maining the most artistically perfect
andethically wholesome novel yet pro
duced by an American writer, 'not ex
cepting either Hawthorne's or Harriet
JSeecher btowe s. 1' or strictly speak
ing, neither of these enter into com
parison with Cable. Hawthorne's ro
mances are not novels but romances,
and unquestionably without a peer,
scarcely withoutarival.in the language,
while 'Uncle Tom's t'uMn is far more
than n novel, and therefore to bo
udged bv other tests nnd according to
other standards." Charles Lgbert
Craddock, whom Tennesseo may
proudly own. Mr. Hark regards as
second only to Mr Cable. "Neither
of these two," he says, "may yet be
rs lipe in their art as one or "two of
the greatest of our northern authors;
but if they continue growing in power
as they have begun, their maturity
will bring forfi fruit of a liner llavor
far than American letters have yet
produced whether in the North or tho
South. That a field which has been
under cultivation hut a few short
ears, as has the field of Southern
literature, should already have sue h
an abundant yield, and of such exjel-
nt quality, as the tew leading names
have mentioned indicate, is some
thing which I regard as little short of
marvelous, and surely full of brightest
romise for the future. Joel Uhand-
r Harris holds a place "apart and of
limself," for a gentle humor and
pathos and descriptive power all his
own. Of him Mr. Hark speaks with
evident delight, and in words that tho
million of lovers of "Undo Remus'
will sav "amen" to. And of Sidney
Lanier who was taken all too soon,
just as ho was ripening into a place as
es ayist higher than anv Amor-
can has vet reached. -Paul
Hayne, too, our finest poet our most
tender and graceful, yet strong and
patriotic and Father Ryan, who has
just passed away. These and many
others that we cannot hero una room
for are treated of with marked dis
crimination, and yet with something
like a loving band. Mr. Hark does
not fail to remember the journalists
of the South or the work they have
done in re-establishing their States.
and he makes it plain that in nothing
so much as literature has the t-outh
revived or made more rapid strides
Whatever her place in the literature
of the English language before the
war between the States it is a thous
andfold increased, greatly to the credit
not only f onr section mil oi ine
wholo Union, for whose peace and
perpetuity the best pens of the South
Pm-sBi-ao, Pa., April 29. At to
day's assembly of the Women's For-
fagn Missionary Society, now in ses
sion here, Mrs. Thome, secretary and
treasurer, read a letter she had just
ceived from the nvssionanes of Ja
pan, lho letter is intended for the
General Assembly. It relates to the
present condition of things in China,
and sets forth the absolute necessity
of strong treaty stipulations lor the
protection of the missionaries. Tho
Chinese outrages in this country, the
letter continues, have caused the
greatest indignation in China, and, if
they are continued, it, is bard to tell
what tho result will bo. China is be
coming aware of her power, and that
she will nse it, if aggravated, there is
not much doubt.
FLATTERING PROJECTS FOR A
The Season the Mo-t Favorable
Known la Years-tirneral
Ruing id All Sections.
Chicago. Ii.i... April 2!). A special
dispatch from Minncapo is, Minn., re
garding the condition of northwestern
crops, says :
During' the past few days eoine por
tions of Minnesota and Pakota have
been visited by snow storms and
frost. The former have done more
good than harm, as moisture was
much needed, particularly in southern
Pakota, where very little snow fell
last winter, leaving the ground dry
il.:. ti. i..r i Jt
lino oi'iii. mr ranis nave ex cnoea
all over the Northwest, being the
heaviest in southwestern Minnesota.
Much of the seeds sown on the dry
ground nan not sprouted, but the rain
will start it at once. The frosts have
been heavy enough in places to form
ice but no damage has resulted, as the
crop is not fur enough advanced. The
season has been ttie most favorable
known for years. The sowing began
at least ten days earlier, and in favored
localities two weeks earlier than lust
spring. In some portionsof the South
west the crop is already in. and much
of it is up and growing vigorously.
The present cool weather is the bettt
kind of growing weather, and will
Civme the plunt to stool out and give
it new root. In southern Minnesota,
tie work is a little late, but
as the acreage in this
section is small, the work can be
finished in u short t'mo. The pros
pects for a big crop in Pakota are now
more favorable The seasonable ruins
in the .lames River Valley havo lieen
of great benefit as it wus thoro the
ground was dryest. Not a drop of
rain has fallen in some localities in
the valley since last July until this
week, and, us tho snow' was light,
there was not sufficient moisture in
tho ground to sprout the seed. In
more favored localities wheat is up
anil looks well. Along tho Northern
Pacific seeding is well under way. and
a few days more will finish tho work.
Tho season is fully two weeks earlier
than last year, nnd the crop has been
put in tho ground in excellent shape.
Kstimatcs as to tho acreage very
w idely, but thoro will probably be a
small increase in the southern coun
ties. A great deal of (lax will be
sown, ai that crop proved very profit
able last year. In the north, along
tho Manitoba road, more ground will
be given to grass and roots for stock
than ever before, as fa niers are being
urged to give more attention to stock
raising and les to wheat."
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JOHN MUD. H. K. LkiK.
H- E3. XjEIE cS? OCX-
37(W784ttO-JW2-844i8tt hecond street, oulh ot Uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds. Flooring, Ceilinp, Siding, Shingles,
WonMlftg. fsiaftia, 4'Mir Paiff nnil Pwfclaj.
J, T. JPAKUA80N. J. A. HUM. 0. C. BKIH. R. A. PAKKKH. K. L, WOOUHOh
J. T. FARGASON & GO.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors,
SCt Front Street, Memphis, Tennu
Cotton consigned to will have our careful attention. We carry at all timet a well-
selgoted stock oi
Staple &. Fancy Groceries, Wines, Uquorsjob&cco & Cigars,
4tMl will ell . I.n w w stye ger.
Ml'OLtON HILL, rresldenU W. . U lLlitllSO.N, VIco-lTMldn-
II. J. LYJiX, (unIiIci.
BO EN A GENERAL IIRB ARD AAHINK BUMlfKM.
A QUARTER OF A MILUON'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
U U A M u L I l T TV
WM. I. C'tliK.
CMHre 1!) itlnilUon Mlrool, Iff erapliiN. Teun
W. W. BUU00LFIKLI). L0UI3 UANAUtll. U. t. M1LLKK.
25G and 258 Front
M. H. COOVER & CO.
Liter M il Ptaii m
Doom, ISaMli, ItllndM, MouItElngw, all klult ol Ioor and
libido I'm ui ex, Itrncks-lM, NcroII-lVorK, IIoiikIi anil
Vreied Lumber, MiIiikIcm, JitiUin, lVulor 'J'laitUn.
All kinds ol Wood Work Exot'iilcd Hi rSliort IV'otU.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington St. Mcinph.M. Tmiii.
WOODBUfF & OLIVER. AGENTS
HAVING withdrawn from the Woodruff Oliver Corrlage anrl Hanlwara Onmpnny, ere
have accented tbe Agency ol some ol the llxal onnialMrlHrrra lu (ns Inllpu
Nlntr. nnd are now receiving a lull assortiuont ot CAHRIAUKH, MIMWH RH, WAHONb,
uiuuu,uu..jflihnr.uii)V. . i .t.. t... ppu u uaui.ii w intiu u
All goods are new. and auilt exnresslv lor this unrliet, nnd will be sold at ynry low prices.
Olllce and Suleromu, .No. ilaiu mroul. Wukuun.', No. utt front Htrt et.
A. wtmnRiiFP. J. r i
ftfirlVIIl pny Jood Prhon for, M1TEN, FALLS and
TKANIIY.COITOX ,ol all McH
nud lrlOH I'ald.'
M. 0. PEARCK.
Cotton Factors & Commission Klerch'is
Wo. 27 TRQNT STREET, MEMPHIS. TEUN.
ltl( II1RI A. Me UItIY,
Surrender VIae Jnclorel on PoHrl.. tKfoJForfltarA.O.Cbrairfiat
la lb Wrltl.
JNO. P. WII.'K'EiikSON, Agent,
TVo. 1 iwm.- w-.liitiiK ltuUdlmr, Hliiiplilx.
Yazoo Llississippi Delta Timber Co.
MERIGOLD STATION, L., N. 0. & T. ILIL, MISSISSIPPI.
107 Miles from Memphis, Tenn. 113 Miles.from Vicksbnrg, Miss.
Saw D DRlanin gr nMCillis
Will saw to order and furnish good merchantable
O "V press 3Lj xx xxx 1t o x,
;in;car-loadjloi8. o.:d., cars at tukir mills, for
tsr $12.50 PER M.-a
KrDimeniioni and Building ILnmhor. Ctpre'S Shlnsle., Dreod Flooring, Celllnglan
Hiding, kept oonstantly on hand. Ordorg by mail resictlully aolioited. Address:
FRANK WKHKJOf.U SrtMHI IV TF.W HHVT.
P. M. ALSTON,
S. W. I ROWF.I.L,
ALSTON, CROWELL & GO.
liid CcramlBslon Merchanta. Hay, Corn (lain, B.-'ii, Chop Fno3, v'J-Seai,
Liati, temont, riautftr, Balliling anil Krlcli, F.lc.
Cor. Front and Union, 1 Howard's Row, Memphis.
r oi ti
w. V, Ur.ILIl.Lli.
St.. Memphis, Tenn.
lr p. i.. wtMinm ii.
rlj)UooN. ;Nond (or 'lwnliir
JOHN L. MoCl.ELLAN.
LIFE I. CO.
: t t i : rr Nl3 ni.
H. H NAI BY.
UMm FIRM !
f ci is ear, t j' Court Place, now at
n I i.lly amliSHl r-'1 v)4 tae
auwurilL aU tilt r' sU-LkCO Wl
. IiU inKtM will
CnrM all forma of PRIVAT
CHK(Niiv an J SXUAL hi
thrrmsU of awlf aI-ij Ut (Mivfc awiLfti uimn U w
u )r. r iHUf e 'mtuilu( raMa. -b- t-
"in, . ilfN-n Nri iiun-M h mtnn tuint.'uA .laV
u- In Orsmntt. Olrattifrt ft 1-ubt. l-ltvu,r it rt -, T'.f
- HI-rt gini-W,wO 4t- u l rvo-t. iv ;; y'tniM
wntiin ut .J., I. -a t Vu Fsajst. Ac mati-nif
fctriinv lm"wr r" .iriti" ,l'T thi'rnnub'-, fv' .
irntl, .-tirwl iSYPJilLIS ,U,"IJ ol
(Jt-KLTe MlrkttlT, OnkbiU-. BrTUlfc, f kw .
'i m. i itn-r pr ti Jimayo quhli owrad.
It iwlf Ufu. ihaii t ( wirioa m ho pbm frtai M i .mj
O vsj1sj of itl.ap nl trrunc UVKMOill tt.lt.
tllf iNolrri frrejl ttl rbrrtdftB. tbVil& tab OtM of
Tjr.m nirurt VIMK1I U tt) Mr lw It V IU'J 0 U
. Ait ihv-'lti to-trvvta?ut, aidiinna Vmi aiifevlalf
vtiil :.lf by uall or oifr aafoooro.
i'r.se Onrautti4 i U Cmmm
-"uiutKui. r(Mnlif or t twr M-t,
hiw '(SasiUrC Uft 'WrtW4tf OtncU ' Ut. .f
tf Wi pofit, wit to ? AtM-si, wwrrr omm -jf
0) uit Hiiotild f4 tf oil. aMroai k o'so
tMitti fttat 4. M. too P. I. rsVAaJ t lv r M
BY virtue of the sulhoritv ve'ted in me aa
trustee of the estate ot V. H. linlton.de
ceased, as the succeisor in otlioe of C. K.
Suiilh, trnstee, bv decree of the burem
Court of Tennessee in case of L. A. Cannon
vs. K. M. Arsn and others, 1, David C.
Slaughter, trustee as afores id, will offarfor
sale, at iiubho outnry, at the oourthousw
door, lu the city of Memphis, and sell to the
bighi'it and best bidiler, commeuclnt
rromptly at 12 o'clock m., on
Malardny, the) 1st Hy of Msij, ISM,
the following described real rststs, to-wlt :
The east half of lot 6. in block on the
plan of the .'itv of Memphis, on the north
west corner of Linden anil llriver street., in
said oily. Iiavirg a imnt "f Wl tret, more or
less, on the north 'ide of Linden street, and
ruuning hark between I's'sllol lines about
lKi feel; the fn nt of the e ti.l lot being lu)
fret, less rne-hult of llriver street, taken off
the cat side thiTeof. leaving about 811 let
front, togctlier with the improvements, con
isting of a two-story brick dwelling.
The storehouse now occupiei by h. M Ap-
iirs"n A Co., No. Kront street, and No.
Jefferson street, renting lor tM per an
num. Keddence No. 93 Court street, rnting at
ff'.ll per month, having - frunl of ;l (ret 1
inches, hy a depth of 1 V'i feet, formerly oc
cupied by P. C. liothol, deceased.
Ilouse and lot n north side of I'nina
street, fronting :l fert, and running ttirk to
Old t'n inn street, koown as No. 37t Union,
renting tor 1.11 per month.
limine n ml lot on eut side of Orleans street,
fi'-1 , feet front by VA teet dncp, known as lot
bo. II ot M. Tate's auhiti v ieioii.
Also lot No 7, same subdivision, .VJV,1M.
Lot No S of w. K. Harris's subdivision,
on Cow Island roud, containing 11 Tt-HK)
Terms One-third cash, the bslnnco in 12
months, with interest, seemed by lien. The
tit'es are per'ent, but 1 sell ouiy aa trustee.
Kuttber iiiforioikiion can he nhuined fi'ora
tho unilor.igned, 1. C. Ht.At'llll TKlt,
Tru-lee entiite W. II. tloltoii, deo'd.
B. TJ. Jordan, Ait irncy.
Trobato Court Salo Kcul Estate.
No. Mr. K.D -In the Vrobate Court of -hr-by
County, Tenn. -T. J tl'Nail, adminis
trator, vs. Caih. Kllen ll'Neil.
"I 'V virtue of a dniree fur isle, entered in
I ) this cause on April 27, DM), minute b.iok
4(i, pases 4WI, eto , I will sell to the highest
b.dder, at public au' tinn, in front ul the)
oouit-house door, on Main street, on
Hnlnrtlnv, IMsaw aa, 1NM,
within legal honri, the following described
roal estalo, to-wlt: A cert sin plena or par
eel of land, situated in Memphis, Tenn.,
commencing on tho west lii'e ol Main street,
and running tnencs north HT'a feoti thence
wart Hi', teet to Center alley l thence south
along said alley :t7 feet to a stske, and
thence east I IH,' , foot to the beginning. The
said I t is the snutn half of lot Ho. 1 :l, and
is situated at ihe Intorrci'linn o Ibe north
side of the first alley south of and parallel
with Overton street with Alain stieet. Th
said sale will bo suhhii't to right of homa
stnad ol Calb. tlleu CI'Noil in said real es
tate. 'terms of Mule On a cr-rlit ol seven (7)
mouths; the t urchaner tu cxerute note with
surety, and alien will be retained to stmursj
unnaiil purchase monev. Kouitv of radeuiD-
tion barred. This April 27, Wl.
II II. ClILLKV, Clerk.
Itv (1. 1,. Mi'TVmiild, Deputy Clerk.
Win. M. Kaiidolph, Holioitor.
PURSUANT to a docroo rendered bv the
Chancers Court at Nashville, at its Oov
tobcr form, !?, and entered of reoord at
paxe 3Vi, Minute Hook No. 22, In the case of V
ciainuel I'erkins vs John 8. Claybrook and
others, notice is herebv given that 1 will ox
pess 1 1 pulilio sale, at tde oourthouse il" r at
Memphis, 'Tonnasiaa, upon the terms here
inafter set out, at li o'olock m. on the
IMU day or Misy, IN 16.
the fnllnwlnfr described property, all situate
in tae Tasing District of bhtlky oounly,
ljot No. ''', west side of A notion Rnuare,
Lot No. l'l, south si e of Auction Bnuaro,
Lot No. 4'ilt Second street,
Lot No Wi, norner of Overton and Third.
Wi leet sijuare,
South half Uift.n Sovnd street.
Lot 111 and part lot 1 1 1, west side of Main
street, between Market and Winchester sla.
Terms of hale Una-lourth o sh. and 'he
bslnnoo on ciedlta ot rt, 12, IH and U months!
interest bearing notes reiiulred fur dolorreil
payments, and lien retained. Huie fres lluoj
redemption. bAMUKL I'EHKINS,
rpe c i al C o in iu i s si i ice r.
ff - anaiiToiuservocon-
r i 1 - ' it contains lists of
newrnepeM and estimates v the oust of ad
vertising. The advertiser who want" to siiend
one dollnr, finds In it the information he re
quires, while lor him wbo will Invest on
bui dretl thousand dollars In advertising, a
S 'liou e Isl n Heated which will meet big
every rriiul.-Siiuent, or can he made to do so
by slight cbanae easily arrived at hy corre
spondence, tine hundred and fifty-threw
editions I' live been issued, bent, postpsld,
to any a ldress lor ten tenia. Apply to ti biO.
V. H'lW KI.L .V Oil.. NKWSPAPKf AD
V13HTIS1MI UlIHKAl'.Uisprucost. (Print
ing House Still"' Ne YnrK.
Office PulilKrV V. 11 "'"'"-. -Sh-.!;y Coiii.tr
1 end .-4,illUe1 to iui.''r .f.S'H, CI "'J .".'' .
of Henry K. A'nold, ilo e I. H"l.ee is
hereby iven to nil p-rions ind.U' l in mid
et,lo lo come furwurd ami te t'e: nnd to
those 1 1 whit'li sni.l e t lie i i o .1 t-l t" B
thoir cNiins wiih ne.dulr ptohaud, ithin
the timo prn.Tibe.l by I ... or the "mo will
be lorever bi-rtd. JHHN I.OAi.l'r.
PiilHi A .1 in ti t'r.
VrH'i A itriMtit wviir Ttnii
V nil I St lev, .it I l-ii.-. A l' tl.r,.r
.f,e.WV,i TipaU.. Thlfl rhn-.FaV
Book Caies. Lonnfiea.
Latter PrMiei, Cabinet
ladies Fancf Desks. 40
ilnt (toodo inaLowHatt
Friowi OiiaraiittMHi. l iiot
irwi. i'uouun io. So ytmii.
No 6414 (81 Stuteof Teant'Mi. Kho'bTfoun
It UU'u' Orunty Coart CU'kt Memi-hU..
Tenn , Apr I Ksrt-To Jiho L(uu.
Public Attn. ni'rnt r of Sh Ibr nuutv and
tut'h AdiuinifltrMur of tute ol lienrr
F. A-' t-M. 4Jtfi') :
Ha VIN'f fuwf. ii'u J lho inioWincr of tb
i. tte iti Hi ry F A rnotd, do ued
y.iu ort hf reby ordcrod t- five nniioo hi sd -eriPtjn
ent o romi new-ptixr j'Uhfhtl
witltin the ni t hta'o, and to mt the court-hou-e
dotr of She ly fnintr fur all terfnns
havinu ci.iitui Mit nutd e-itf to appear
and ti e he tmnr, aa htnii atcd in If min
imt re fi o-i by miw.o orbef'-re t he J7th day
Jul), iNN; at.tl anv clniui njt Ctti on or
b I re i-aul d . c r beltire n .-roprit;on
Ml tbe 1m ml- of aid e t a it oiittii, thai I ho
f.rer b-rred, loth in law a-d iuitf.
itii'j my hand, a' i-rti-f, thi 'jb h Jtiv o!
Apn . .i Hi oU It C lLKV Cieik.
IU tl. L MrU.ni.lJ, I'oiH.ly terk.
MrN olire (tiveo a - rf iu re i hr ih forno
iDfurier. U-e JNO. LOaUUK. Adm'r,