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0 AT THE HOT SPRINGS. WHAT A CORRESPONDENT FINDS TO WRI1H ABOUT. - Soma Interesting Newa and Gossip Pithy Penolllrija on Persona and Things Very Dlst-lnsrulahed Visitors Pleasant Paragraphs. f lial Correspondence of The Apponl. Hot .Srnixos, Ark., April 22. Nobody Las been lonoeoma here laut week. It was a Rain era. of entertainment. Pugil ism, expert bicycling, sprinting and the fantastic freaks of a band of Indians contributed to the dispelling of dull care. The Bret of a scries ot athletic entertain ments was inaugurated Wednesday nt the Baseball Park. Sotoo of tho most distin guished bicyclists, pugilists and sprinters in the country are here, to give the affair an auspicious beginning. Kaxe's clever poeoi, in answer to a query as to what they do Ht the springs, is dellciont when applied to Hot Springs in that it doesn't detail a tithe of what goes on hero. If the ingenu ity of the amusement manager is taxed, tho inHplration is great, for there are here now 5,(W0 visitors, whom plethoric purses and amplitude ot time form an attractive prey. All classes can find entertainment, Iromthe inexpensive pastime of seeking "sermons in tho stones, books in the run ning brooks," through the entire gamut of the pleasures that earth can supply. The recent Legislature adjourned with out making gambling a felony, hence this "industry'' continues to flourish here. A few remnant ol tlio old Doran-Flynn fac tions rem n in. Frank Flynn is hero look ing like Napoleon at St Helena. Ho has been practically excluded since the famous committee of fourteen drove out ii is cohorts four years ago. Doian fell at tho hands of au enemy in Fort Smith but his spirit survives and one of his old lieutenants, John F.lliston, is monarch of till ho surveys. Of course Flynn will never regain a foothold here w ln'lo Kllis ton occupies an impregnable Gibraltar as he does now. It U a ini.-tako to suppose, liouevor, that tho old feeling is dead. Flynn is credited witli having brought nbout the indictment of Tom Shannon, Joe Molen and ltmlolpli turning recently on a charge of complicity in the stealing of a large batch of gram) jury bills from tho prosecuting attorney's ollice. If revenge is slow for Flynn it seems to bo doubly weot. lien. (J.W. Field will soon bo succeeded as superintendent of tho Hot Spring Gov ernment KeHcrvalion by a llepuhlican. lien. Field was appointed by Lamar, tlio Secretary of the Interior. Ho is an old West Pointer, and an cx-campa!gncr in the Soudan. Among tho applicants for the plare is Mr. Nat ii. Heiiderson, form erly editor of the (!vrj,toiri (Tex.) Itrtord. The salary is $2,500. It is a soft snap, not at all rxicting, and will probably bo awarded to some veteran, probably a St Louis man. L ulled Stales Senator Vest, of Missouri, is uu enihutiuslicditM-iple ol Izaak Walton, hence ho always tuiny his visits here. The Senator makes frequent excursions to the Ouachita Iiiver, seven miles dixtiint where black I'Mni abound and a tine school of sliud llouri-ih. A few years ago he hail a narrow escape from drowning hilo en gnged in pineutorial pasttiino at tho Qua t liita, but his fc.nl was by do mcuns abated thereby. His constituents had sn opportunity of welcoming homo this week, the Hon. li. W. Hector, who so ably icpn-Hcnted this county in tho legislature He was, un pi''Htionably, tho moot prominent tijjnro in the General Assembly. Through h's ("oris the continuance ot tho geological survey was n cured in tho face of strong opposiiion. His tusition in favor of fair Kit J hoiii-t elerlions was liuiiiilained with grval ability, and largely augmented his cpli'iiJid reputatioii for soundness of views m all important public questions, t'ol. LiTlor is the I ii oil promising young Icin ocrat in Arkansas ivoli'.ies. lie is slated for high honors in the near future. It is understood the Si. lyouis, Iron Mountain & Southern Kuilway will put an olllcer ou lis trams to enforce the pro visions of the Legislative enactment pro tecting Hot Springs pasnvngera from iniK sitioiis practiced Jbf drummer for hotels and phvxicians. Hon.' Win. M. Flshbrn k, of Fort Smith, popularly regarded as uno of the ablest Pi'iuiM-rats in Arkanaaa, is here for his health. A political campaign iu this Slate without the compliment of his presence on the stump would be robbed ol half its lileaiuut fen tun. If States, like Kepub lira, were not ungrateful, this faithful tri bune would now bo resplendent as a star iu the Tinted Mates Senate. Mr. win II. .Martin, tho Ohio young pMnecuting attorney ol tliia district, will on tut MUi instant lead lo tho altar one of the fair daughters of Memphis. It seems that the fe thouxnnd Wliot'l rrs in Arkansas who strayed from the iH'UKM'rslic folds did not bum the bridges beUmd them. The returns from the ro om I State election for Supremo Judge in- ilicaie llist licmocrnlie heelers aro all right Ther didn't relish even a short experience of off with the old love and on with tho new. Meanwhile, tho Clayton sn.l ilitclicll lacllons ol tho Arkanau Id I ubilcan party coutiuuu to niako ugly tiicr at each other. The new chief ol Klico of Hot Springs .a Mr. Tin. F. Tcuguu. Ho is a young man. but lias tho nuking ol too. I ollicer. 'J Ins ixwiiion is one of tho aiost arduous lin.iginuUc. The iiicuin A-ut is at all times kept hustling to rope silh the varied classes of humanity Hint U'sil to ami no at this unxlern Aleeea. Mr. ('has. It l'ie, the dislingiiishod St. Louis elocutionist. Is a notable visitor here Just now. lis Is a staunch ltepule linm and nan's lo cubit In the dlploniatic pi-rvieo uinler tho present Aumlnistration Mr. Pope hns merit His rovitalion ut insny liepiiblicsn iiihhs meetings ill tho laM tiimpsiirn wts the only redeeming lent ures ol Interest at tlnmo gatherings. He siioiild Imi sent lo I lalilax, here tho rhai in of his voice might coax (...in i.lmn li-li out of Auierh an waters und tliui la dilute Inlcinnlioniil Pounty. 'J he matter of ferreting out tho Cl ivtou muriler mystery Is tlli.ktitloil to bj under the siiervision of Iviei live Woods, one of tin- Piiikrrtons' ino-l trusted men. Tin two I Hikrrt. ns, by tin) way, ha'u bo.-oino Very much impies-ed w uli too s Ivi'jbility of e'lablishlng on agency hero, iioth nru l.i'rimiinil visitors hitl er. I lilted Halo Senator, John K. Keiins. of Wist Viiginln, was among tho uotnbln arrivals here this week. The Coiigrci'sioiial roiony is la-coming qinto large. Living fair 4 etalairle I l sj a.i, Maefe J r..ln Hie M. l.oila (Ml) ) ! Ih Ix-nimr.t. 'J he disloilgement of live bats and tua 'is from the sohd limestone or itml at t in lo liave so ollcn occurred us lo need no more proof of the fact. 1 ho pt rwhiiily of suspension of siilmntion for great pt'iiutle of tiino Is certainly pwoiblo in thecasoof aomo creature. lit nm I v alive bat was dug out In Konmey, W, Vs., by men p lur rying rot k. The hole in the stone was only large enough for the bat's body, cast occurred at llnrton, Md., when the superintendent of the mine had a plush r isl taken ol the ravitv. J tin bat was found one mile from tlio mouth of the mine and '.Ik) feel from the sittfneo abo'O, j Ii io who have been in cave and wit nessed the enormous congregation of bats will not wonder that they should become imbedded at times; but that they should retain vitality for years and ages is tho miracle. It now remains for man to find out if this power of the lower creatures is t .t illy lost to thoso of a higher organic and functional rank. THB POWER OP HCMOR. Bow Ingarsoll Works to Do Away With Juryman's Prejudloa Against Illm, "I would never engago Col. Ingersoll for a counsel," said businoss man the other day. "I should fear that the very prejudice against him on account of his religion would loss tho case with the aver age jury." The remark calls to mind the uniform practice of tho orator before- a jury, a prac tice he adopted at the outset of his career at the bur. Ho roalir.es that unconscious if not conscious prejudice might work against him, particularly in places where ho was not personally known, and so his first object everywhere has been to over come any secret religious fouling against himself. "There was but one thing that could servo me this purpose," ho said to a Phil adelphia friend not long ago, according to tho hiqmrrr of that city, "and that was humor. There is only one sort of argu ment that will completely uutie the knots in a stubborn, bigoted brain, and that is humorous argument No fallacy can with stand the force of butnor, though all the facts in the nnivomo would not budge it There is an insidious, undermining power about humor thut leaves nothing for preju dice to stand on. About the lirst case iu which 1 appeared as a pleader there were twelve men ou the jury who hated ma so religiously that I thought the best thing I couid do lor my client was to take a train and leave the State, itut Ididn't I stayed there, and when it came my turn to ad dress the jury they looked as though they would hear an address from Mephistopheles himself. 1 had some good anecdotes iu stock and began to wcavo them into my address one after an other where I thought they would hit The lirst one was taken with perfect ho berneas. After awhile. I got on encouraged wrinkle on one old fellow's face. Another yarn mudo several of thum grin. I was running short of good things to say, but I felt that I dare not ston Seakiug until I had uiado every one ol them laugh to him self like a gotid fellow. Jteforu I had fin ished every juror's face had been several times thoroughly wreathed with smiles, and tho laughter of the crowd in tho court room had been checked repeatedly. I won the cose, and resolved never to leave a jury, if I could help it, until I had uiado every man in it take several good, quiet laughs, as a guarantee that he had noth ing against uie Mrsonally as a safe guard against tincouscious prejudice" TIIK OKFHAVa) HOME. ltT. I. 11. Pajrno, Ant and Truitv ol the Orftkna' llnraeat M -, (.a., H rilra n l.rltrr lluled t'rbranrr Alii, line. Fnm tlio Atlanta lon.tltutlon. rrli. 10. 113. I have been using Swift's Specific with tho children of the Orphan's Home under my ehargo with tho best results. I licgan its use between nino and ten years a g, and have seen many remarkable nwilu. Ouite a number ol the t-hiluren hail con stitutional blood diseases resulting from tho sins of the parents, and every one of these children were cured of tho horrible taint by tho use of 8. H. S, T here have iils been scores of children in tho institution whose system (they having been mostly without tho ImmicIUs of parental care) were enervated by dirt eating and other foul practices. F.very one of these children have taken S. S. S., and all liavo been signally benefitted lv it All have been curvil who have taken enough of it Wo have also two inmates of the home, subject to painful recurring attacks ot erysipelas. Neither ono im proved under the treatment usual for tho disease. When all other medicine was discarded and thev look H. S, S, the cure in each case was quick and permanent, for they have been well for live years, and there bus been no return of the discos. 1 could tell much more ot tho remarkable ores of blood disease by M. H. H.. (or 1 have seen it used and know its value. 1. H. Paykk. lloHM-kroiilna' mm 4 Home-Making. From hltukeK4ra. Carry him gently to my fairest rhaiulier. 1-ook how ihy servMntsdoiitteiidouthee. What raiment Will your honor wear today? )h. this it 1 that makoo your servants droop. Madam ml nothing else: so lords, call ladies. Crowns in my tiurso I havo and ex Is at Home. 1 can. Petruclilo. Iieln theo lo a wlfo with wealth enough, and young, and beau teous, brought up as Ijcst becomes a gen tlowoman. Full b, then, as you hud your stomach serves vmi. Keen house and ply hi hook, wclromo his friends, visit hiscountryuieu, and ban quet them. we will havo rings ana things ami lino array, and kiss ine, Kate, "wu will be married o Sunday. Come, ins bun wife. Set by tnv side sud lei tlio world shi. A Terrible lllaatrallat. The old temcraiico orator who carried a "terrible example" about w ith him has been overdone by the prohibitionist orator of Media, Pa., who wo his own forcible illustration. Sunday morning, says the Philadelphia l'r,u, bo appealed to s littlo crowd around him to vote lor prohibition If It had u t ix-en for high liceiisti ami low license and other license 1 wouldn't have roiuo to this," said he, holding hi pint boine nan lull ol whmkv. "ihero is a whole sermon In that IkiuIo," ho added "and I miiit linii-h lb j sermon right now,' and Willi those words he drained tho llask and started on his rounds to exhort for prohibition. Ill NrtMSal riprrlrnr. I T. IlailiiiKlon. rX-Slirrlit of Chiiut iii qua County, New York, wrllrs: I am chid to ssv. from a loinr lronl r; iwririicc villi AlUock's I'linma ria-ters.that I am aide lo rnilorw all the good lhiiitc that liavr ever Im-i ii Mihl almnt Hi. ill. and nipple lueiit thiv by naving that I fnuikly Pel. era I In 1 r value rsntiol br mtiin.in l. 'I hoir hn-udlli of ll-i'liilnr.. i unllliiili A, and for prompt and urw rclinf to slino.l every a. he mnl pjln ill j t ihufi I heir to, no other rem rdv "i my opinion, rilher riierii.il or Inter nnl, t'lpinls tiicm in ecrtiiiniy ami rapidity. I have UM'd litem at one llmci for rheuuiu-tl-ni. another for hai kiiche. aa n for brm chill", al) with the Mine reMiii a speedy cure. MlrJshn t ranklia. "A woik will shortly appear," sava the lndon A'wlnny, "en Sir John Franklin's fate, claiming to show that its discovery w us through s rovelatiou inado lo a little child 7 year of age, to whom whs revealed the locality where the hisi would bo found, and how they could I reached, and that after tho great cxedilion of tho government, extending over a ieriixl of seven year, lind provotl fruitless, lbs rlhir s of Ijidy Franklin, guided solely by tho revelation of the little child, were crowned with complete success." Wri.t, I should sbuw my lcth!" la a favorite uprcwlmi with young ladies who use I.UHX i curi loom noap. HE HELPEDTHB LAWYER. AN EPISODS IN A BOLIVAR COUNTY, MIS3., COURT. The Ingenious Legal Argument Ma4by ft Colored Ex-Magistrate It Won the Cose, But the Attorney Got the Fee. Wrlttoo for The Momphli Appeal. I huvo often soon lawsuits gained on technical groutids, and on tho slightest evidence wheu plausibly argued by ingo nious advocates, but for originality of legal argument the following takes tho lead: I was practicing law at the timo. That was before I had reformed my wicked ways and becomo a backsliding Methodist and a newspaper' correspondent; so I make bold to mention It, feeling sure that a generous public will forgive au error committed iu tho flush of my young man hood. "I'se got a lawsuit for yer, dis morning, up to Terrene," said old Undo Martin, as black a specimen of a Mississippi Valley negro as ever grinnud over a glass of com moinmon whisky or a game of "craps," "for two bits a frow." "Well, Undo Martin," said I,os a boau tiful vision of af IU fee floated in full view of my legal brain, "you must lirst fix tho fee with me." "Oh, yes, sires, I kin Dx dat in no timo, koso l'so dune prepared for dom kinder 'rungouieuts, kaso I'se dun libbed longer 'null' fur ter know dat when a nig ger gin's to law he's goiter pay fur justice. Oh. vos. boas, l'so got moon that mount in Mr. Col. Ld tn Field's hands and he's right over yonder in Mr. Oscar Mctiuiro's drug store now stalking to Col. Yerger and Mr. John Woods Harris and Judge Trindo and 1" "Hold on, Uncle Martin," I said, "let's get to busi ness, I shall charge you fit)." ".My sock, Mr. Willie, why hit won't tako yer inonn half ait hour fur to try dis cose, and I don't get but six bits a day fur scrupiu' cotton, und yer know ycrsulf dat my olo 'otuai don't git but dat much ter cook er whole mumph over to do hotel.'' "I can't help that" I said, "you must pay mo for what 1 know as well its lor what 1 do. You aeo I have been studying law for ii loiiv trine and have burnt the midnight oil. 1 "Yer lies, and I so willin Ut pay for do oil, too, Mr. Willie," said I' new Martin, and his white teeth fairly gleam ed between his thick, black lips, Iu a few moments 1 had tho lee "in my Insula pocket don't you know," and Uncle Mar tin and myself were jogging up the leveo in the direction of 'lerrvne. The case was this: Undo Martin s wife, Mary, was charged with the larceny of a hog. or as the darkly says: "Wid do canon ob a hog." That is a felony in Mississippi, and the sccused may bo sentenced to the penitentiary lor five years, owing to tho way tho Circuit Judge views the case, aud J udgo Trimble was a terror to the hog thieves of the Fourth lilric t Alary was to be tried Itctore Niuiro lluut- ly, w ho sat as a committing court ' 1 1 mil ly was just two shades darker than outer darkness and aliout as wicked as ho was ignorant My defense was a good one. 1 proved lliul my client was as pure a any other negro in her social ael; that she was a bright member of the fair I laughters of Zion; that she w as not with in tho borders of tho county Ht the timo of the alleged stealing; that she owned a wild hog claim, aud that it she did kill the hog liieutioued ill the allidavit, thut she was tailoring under the licliel that it was wild, and therefore she had a right to kill it ss she owned a w ild le g claim; that tho hog was not marked at all, and if it was it was in Marv's mark. As Col. ( barley 1-rarer of the Memphis I'.ar said. "1 had a regular llsh-net defense, that caught minnows as well ss w hales." A tier 1 had concluded mv argument and waa sitting down amid Hka und two (at darkies, Nelson tilass, on Flliiopian relict of the dark days of reconstruction, an tx-magistnite aud a Itaptial preacher, aro ami said: "Mr. Cariienlcr, has yer any rejections tome ruakin few roiuaika ou tie atde w'at yeso on? "Certainly not," I replied. "Well dt-n," said this oxiHinent of tho law "may it please you boner, I Jn- has a few word ter say on do part of dis lieah 'oinun, whsr is charged wid do henna lieiialtv oh a vil.lllon ob do ningisty ob tie law, which am gainst do eaca and tie dignity ob de great state ol .Mississippi. Now yer knows, dot yer tried dis 'oinaii's husband yisliddy and dot he wo rcqoitted oh tlu ciiarpe. Well den, so fur, so good. Now ya hoiiof knows, bio, l it do good Ixmk say. dot a man an hi wifo aro onn, and dot de law say tint no one shall be nut twice III iopis'i ly fotlo same refense. Now my pint I dis: I say she liein do w ife ob a man whowu alredy tried, dot sl.o is not to ho tried agin, for tint wuld be nultin' her in lopisidy twice.' The court looked wise sud said "P.rother Nelwni, tie prisoner U done sol free, koso ....i.i UIMT I IK1'- So with all my defense, which was as broad a a ten acre field, 1 had failed to do w hat Nelson did and that was to gain my rase. As Mil llurr said, "law is what Is holdlv asserted and plausibly muintaineiL and Nelson OhtV argument was proof of the assertion. Wim.iam Tniuni s Cari-kxteiu hrlas Siljlr. Frim l.lta. I'mpire will wear hand-painted black eres. liivorco suit will bo worn decollete, as usual. Heavy oercoats will not bo won after Juno 1. Spring poetry comes in four-line verse this ve.ir. Apjioiiitnionta this season aro cut a la liepllhllcllll. I ashiotiable doji will wear mii.'iu' in Jiilv and Auu'imt. 'lroiix r aro w urn alill, except the very loud patterns. I.ure h.ils will lio fa.-hiouablu afier nielit with the lvs. The hi i if -st tliainonds will bo found on the butch. ill (.'rounds. 'J'hse.ir-iuull ino longer worn by really f:ishlouatilo l"ti.le. No chatigo in their crow ns wlil bo mndo bv the iron knit's this suinioer. ' White thick I rouse r will lie thn thliu for yachting. Canvas bat k duck has none out. When Inviti'l to thnn with Chaunccy M. lcK v, boanio to wear a swullow-bile coat. Wnitii' wberae! wlieee! What wret. h rd dlx s-t-a-lhina is. lo I mire. It W p.illi ful to tlif piiiicnt on I pslufiil to tho-e who I.i .ir ili luiHiird lirt'ittliiiius. Ami yet a rein r.lv it olten d thnl Is al tniee t lie.tr and ef. lit tlvr. It Is I't rutin, backitl by Miiiuilin, 1 1.. Ill .,. by tlrui;i'l ever) where. Only ft a bolllc. A Vr l.lhl Meal. From Turk. "We don't have dinner in the middle of the day at our hoarding-house any mora, "Vim have lunch. 1 upiOJu?" "No; luncheon." "Well, that' the s.rn Ihlnir." "Oh, no, it isn't! Lunch I a lik'lit din ner sud luncheon is a hht lunch." Rnhar Hurwealaa l.lr Oil r....m. n.iiirnl. anil euni m.iiinMloii. Tn In l.oi-.ui". Iml-I uu UakarsUlL M. C. JJAkkli CW., l'lillall-aia. IS THE BEST APERIENT, AXATIYB AND QjDRETIC Easily Soluble, Palatable and Perma nent. At an Aperient It 6hould Be Taken Before Breakfast. "Of all remedies In mv lnrmt Miwrlonno r 4 III IIAU Uuwrvv 10 U plwtil in the (IrM rank." i Kur. j. thu.i.s, ituna. "No remedy hs clven me muh cxcelli-nt nits." Pa. A. T. A. TnhtiiaiT, twluru Uic Mnlli In- tertiullonul NvOleai l tiugruu. "I enn1ctnc tint frenulun rAKISIIAn arilU. )KL HALT an lBslunl. l(t inr.lv In all nlletv tltiiiiol the Btnmacii, 1) weK Ki.lmy, I.Ivor u0 l-plcea." Da. Uko. 1. Madiikn, Lowell, Mum. 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MiLANK'ri I ri.v-BaAri.n Livra 1'iua, with your address, plainly writ ten, and we will arnd ynti, ly return niad.a ma-rnlflirnt pi krr"f f nrnmal ie and Oltographifi larda. W't-CTTTW FLEMING BROS. PITT32URCH, PA. yv ;.a aa.aiva r rlYul'spiBiuTT " ,l,i.,MI.'t't U.HB18 Orrala Wejase.'J.i 1u:tLrc.i i - ' tnYr.;.1 .wiu.jlcj'.r I'J)IZ1Z2.4Z AfJ Man, h ji fc. a m h " . J.,nM aaaw.Sca la TTt9aovre.p.f r...aj4 . Vaitaaea"tuJi'L'- .-!. n ti-.i Yoo'tvC"i4. L. ".', r,"','J 1 ' . r t ' - ... ' al a.-ii i a fa, u k J W, m r sf. J 1. iWI II a, HA1Y3IS R'flDi'V.0.7M'frlCsriCTl ava tt.'l ims Pi, S '. I ('til. I'O. J. F. HOLST & BRO. ISamaao 1 0. U- ItdUrT ItUO I FUNERAL DIRECTORS UATK IlKMUTKU TO No. 330 J-2 Second St, Memphlt "A tn and tir'" m"" f1 "t aslllr I tuaa anl CaaHia. fl (oarl (aak.i. an b.rlal lOilMalwarasaaau, Onlwe kf aattraa l-maapllr aikaaV DoYouKnovlt? Tn fmrfn-t a nt .-.'mi.t twvr.Ta th ratu. WTNi'iiKn aii s iiji'orrumcHi rKoal.lMK W:n('iikstiis iiiri'on'osc H'U'A aut.lla ll at- ' h tliriliailiia rijnw. l, . Ilia nl 'aiata ritiaa) aka. Kraarkllla, Wrak II lana-ai.il.a. V..r I iat ina.ai.ll.a. Car taasa. am "iii "'M a. Sl.fcl S.aala. a' I I TkMi '- It m -Nu..M. ,..., r ..-is "f bruWiaia, , ( a-f . ' i, - .tA t,. tmr-lrlaaa a -M t-ia rla lraa. an iinij attua, hilar.' Wl( allallS l."l tkaaiUU, 1M WUliaaaV CUIUS Rick Headachol arr a. mittt'i. j t4aiia' r L . T jun.i.iinnia.11 ialdaX' lt I KiitVlil laTawaliaau AnAOtOALOtlM rta. I".IS- 1'aMa.tSI irTIvnitai " IS '"to'lsaa . As . 1 Qi i '4 r. -K ftm Ha aUJM MMitii. "iO W '- r t ." its!' Ilraat, x. X, REMOVAL! DEAN -LILLY GO FFEE AND SPICE GO. lUYlXQ KKCENTLY I'UliCJt ASKI) TIIK FOUK KTOItY Bt'Il.DINfl, STos. FI101S"T STREET Known lis i1k "(itiYKIt HI.OCK," wo have lilted up our estubllshment with New and Iin proved Machinery, and hnviiiR enlnred fueilities we are new prepared to Till our onlcr.t w ith proiuptncra und dispatch. TlmnUlim nil our old eustoniers fur tho libernl luilronnire hentoed on ua in the piett, und soliciting a continuance of tho same, we reninin, respeetfullv, D K A N T jI Tj T j V COFKKE AND SPICK COMPANY NOTICE. 0 Wo have purchftsod the entire business and (rood will of J. A. FORREST Si CO., who have been at the head of the bale, Com mission and Food businoss in MetuphU for the past twenty-five yoara. The bustnosa men of Memphis and vlnolnity, and planters from the BurroundiuB country, will find it to thulr Interest to pat ronize our firm. BEDFORD, SMITH SCO 6i to 73 Monroe Street, Memphis. N. D. Liberal advances made on consignments of Stock, and shipping business eolloltod. LEE BROS. & CO. w..jLj.r,. s'.Uli.;,: ir """-Till' 'n'ri ' v"i lit ''-- M ANLTITACTTTItltf TENTS, AWNINGS AND TARPAULINS No. 204 FRONT STREET LAMPS AND LAMP GOODS.; ASSORTED PACKA0E8 OF TINWARE PUT UP CXPRE8SLT FOR MERCHANTS. Floyd & Co. HAVE THB LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE EVER BROUOHT TO MEMPHIS. aMTtlNO FOB WHOLKIALI PRICB LIT." MONEY : ON ; IMPROVED PLANTATIONS IN MISS., ARE. and LOUISIANA W Malta Loan All Principal Payable In FIVE Years, with lntrel payabla al nd of ch year. Or, on FIVK-YliAK Partial Payment plan, by whlah th bor. lower can pay M ln without rawlnff too heavily on on ciop. On advantag Molded la that all aett'ementsare mad at lh Klemphl olbc and can hav the personal attantlen of th borrower. Colonial and United Slates Mortgage Co. N. F. MASTER, Manser. 231 Miln St. Memphis. Tenn. WM. JACK & SONS P01TERY and IN ALL OHADICl. Wo control Monar. Mr d. dock Se Oo.'a clebratod Enr1lh Iron Stons China. Th baa' and only rnllabla wewo mad. W rnrry tho Inrgost took. WFI MAKE THB LOWEST PRIORI ORDTtns BOT.ICTTBD. Southern Trust Go. (INCOKI'llllATliri) MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. That aiVinvn flnmrianv has unllmltad fuollltlo for DroClirintT lona" tlinrt loann on Muuiphl' City ImproTol propnrty lu Aikunani ana MtiMiippi. Wo ma no 11 unsclalty of buying notoaj trlvon as part of purobniu nionoy and aeoured upon improved teal rntate. JOnN I. DUNN, SECY ROOMS NOS. 71 AND - . T. LafllADE. W. II. LaPRADE, McGRATlI & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 204 FRONT STREET I I I i I MEMPHIS. TENN. TIIOS. II. ALLEN & CO., Cotton Factors d Commission Merchants Hm ncl rfeN0. 8 UADISOtl STREET. Itici.rr.' II. A linn Ac Co.. AJIlLlial AN1 txrrro." COMMIrWIOM MKUl'HAKT. I and U tiro Btrt hw T'k- r.H'rAUMHiie0 100. Otto Scliwill & Co. -DKALtRS IN GRASS AND GARDEN SEEDS Onion Bet, Bead Oat, Eeod Potato. Tnueu Oarmaa Millet. YWe1e Ania for D. M. Feiry A C' Qarden 8tda. Send for Our Price LI at S00 PROMT BT&tHXa aUXiirUlSL THNN. OILS, RAILWAY AND MILL SUPPLIES, Leather and Ourn Iteltlnc Man 111 i. Flail Tarred anit Wire ll'vs, Tiotl BlpaUa, Hub- her tloi and I'aatinis (ins lips, pt'lfla- lit llnirs. Ftp Tnnaa, l.iibrleatori. luap'rstora. Steam (laiiica, Wntar Oiiuniia, ('nUoii W'asia. Ii t. Ii, Fina Tor, ttosln, Tir, Rnntln Tapir, ItoiniiR Pallia, Trrcd f ipar, Mill Lumps, l ilnti, Vsrnisliri. ilrusliua, aui rvarTthliii that a Mill use. FOlt PllICES. . MEMPHIS. TENN TO LOAN GLASSWARE real eatato, or productive pluntutlu.i & GEN'L MANAGER, COTTON P.YPHANr.R UATTP - JOII.V MtORATII. Chancery Sale OK REAL ESTATE. No. B.0M, R.-In tlio Chancery Court of Bhalttf Coiiiuy. HUlu of Icuuujteo, Jtc, vi. W. A. Col lirr ut al. By virtue nf an Interlocutory dit-roe for aala, tired In thaaimvarainwnn Ilia l.tlh (tnyot MUrta" arv, IM'.i, M.H IKI. iuikc'.'kI, 1 will mII alniiblio ana. II. mi, to tho IiIkIhsiI bliMrr. Ill Iront of thaCltrK i ami Mii-lor tilliit', at the Mnln Inntantranoa ai nii'toiiriiionm) ut bliulny cuiiuty, MfiiipUla, leir utwc, ou Knturdnjr, 11th Day of Nay, 1440, wllhln Will luiim. th followlnj; rli'acrlurjnmrv t'ltv. nituuU'il lu Muuili!a, Mivllty couuty, leuu.. Ion II: l.oi It nf lli'Man aiibllvlnlon, aliout Vi milaa aoullh'iivt if MiniihU. liotr .Mrlilnt' Hlnllou, oa tint iiorih alilo ol 1 1 to Mi'iniiliiH k t'liajltttoo rail Mail, hnvlnaa frunl of l.ii ftvt mi Ilia tnt aMarjf ( iirini nvi'inK', li a ilt'inh uf ltvi (w-U ISolJ aa Ui iro'rty ot W, A. I oilier. I.ni Jl ol lli l-inn aiilnllvlalttn, hirlne front of 0 J 1 1 -i . 1 . on v.iy.1 al.lt of Maiinrlil avtmtio, by a ili i.t Ii i.f iNiii-.i. bolil aa tlio iiruiHirly of W. A. follltT. I.ol i. of ninfk . In fort rt. kerine, frontlna-n ly7.ifit'l ou thu wc.1 M.l of VHMhlngUju aliVHtl. hol.l ui .hi' pro'terty of Mlnl.T lmkiT. l.'it.M, II. W. Illll anli.llvl Ion, having a front of liJ fi'ot on wot aiilu ol Miii ili' atrti't. Willi a it.'l.lliol Ino In't Sil.l un tlio nin.rly of Joaroit II. cliiwtn umt ('. K Ailuc, aini Iho aurvlvlng (mrl Ui'ra ol that Arm. I'm rt ol Lot UJ of the .totin Trim iiitxllvlnlon, fniiilliia on vul atilt of Horn Ijikf nJ. antt oou tmtiiiiu onr-foiirlh (I,) of all am1, aolil aa the prop i rty of 1. Mvlaililou, Murtln Kelly aud . V. half Ill'VUIlt. A lot. fontiilnln 14 ai-ron, hcclmiliir on Flftk a'ri'ut. or Horn Imko nuil, at tint norlhwral cornar ol A tra. t nf li.tt.l Im.I.iiiuiii !. Ill, HI.Hhaiilna' au t 'Ir.nler' ibiiilt of Nru lirU'iim: thniut) rant wit j Hi.' north lint- of all Inn't l.'.K'i', Irel to the ralitrr J tn mi)on ituyomi; inriiit' norm vnn tut tiayoti kji ti ol, uiuru or lf-a; llii'lKt Wfat I.VU ItN't W tttitU itni't, Hi.'iHt- wlih l ifiii itwt mil Iri i lo Hi b alnnltia: a hl ti e roK rtv ol Jnmea Ihtlr. I...I I i oi the lohn Kerr trait, liunllug oa Ua ioiltll Hide ol kerr uleltno. I "I viol Hie lohn Kerr lr u t, triiutttif oo tha ao'illl Kele ol Kerr avi-liuti. I ..I ii ol Hie John kerr tr.iet, fninllug on tb aoiitli alrlr oi Kerr avenue. . Int.!.1 of the John kerr tract, fronting oa the aonth al.le of Kerr avenin. I.ol .it of ilia Joint kerr traet, frntitlne on tha aouth il.le ot kerr avenue, i ho ln.t live lola aol1 aa the MoaTly ol John I. Kerr, Siaiuel T. Caruea anil xll'V I ol 11 Imntln ''il Vi fivt on neat ahtn of WU. at rnoii .tr'.'l, mini aa III" ti. rty ot M il ly I. ray. A l.il Iu V llliMiulilir WIIILioiaa aiilflivUloii, ba Klntiliiit at tun uorihea.l turner of lot lb Iu aai4 aulnllt i-loii, IhelKti Milltlliviinl I 41 leet.lht'lHr Wtat unrl l i.i li et. lli.'iiee n.irilittiirl raiiivi t i II lima avenue, thence nl.inii he aoiilh line ol aahl aventi I i leci in llic Im'kiioiIiim. aol'l aa Hie irovliy ol L. II. K iloti. lxty left olTof Ihe wet .l.to of a rerlraln I'irl of live nerea ol Inli'l. iIc Iih! o Jiaatptl A folia I I hcviii ne ly Jolui 'I rivri; m h'K'li l-1' 40'Mletc tifti -e. Iionitnit i-ii Icel on lilvl-lon .tos-t or avenue ami runiiliiK nnek lictttcvii imr.illei linca ihnnia a ilil -i a re lincl to It. Ht.llll Hue. aolil t.a Ihu lrolf erti ol Her Itn. I'lill', Aiiuu-la l'h lit autl V. k I'l.lta. l.ol il, l.lia k tl. iN'ulnnlnn on the north line ol l.lllil, II atrtvl. I vi te. i it c-i ot the wcl line ot tNa. Kilo nlreel, thcutv n-itlhurttillv leu fe.'t. thane we-lnanlly atel oinillel Kllh I. in. Icq .r.. l .'tiin't, tin neeaotlihlv.ir.)iv 111' leet lo l.lll.l' nalrerl.lheor ea.leiii.lly m Ith iho norih line ol l.tu.len aira-rtw led lo Ihe N'eilililiiK. atl.l an Hie rn4ity vt Alice t ool. r. W. 1 r.i.er an. I ioo. ft rlu Ln. l ot I. Ill In. k. r aulalivl.m, biw nnlnn at a aialie on Hie aouth al.le of I uloii ateiiue. tlienc wfl I tl i elmliia, Iheuctf M'tillt ti .il eliHina. Ihen.aj cn-l I it'.elmln.. tUe.i.e noil a rh'iln- to Ihe he aliitiln. eoiil-iluliiK I "3 a1 rei. aolil a. the iroii-rty ol .1. I. Ullvir anil wllu, Mnry II. Oilier auj LU17 tilher. Uil 4. TucVer'a auUlli Uloti. lMvluiilne on 1ba aoulheat corner ol I'llloll ail't Hcilllet avanuaia. I iiriii-e Mint Ii w it h Hie lift tun- ol hcmtiert atettiae tl chain.. Ihenee eaat 17 rllinua lit a alaaa. Hirnee liorlhca-twar.llv to a t-'ltit on t'uloo a.V lii , thi-iov ti ith the immiiIi line of I alua atrtuM II in li. ill. a t the Ik-viiiiiIiii! eent.ilulli M I'M -.I I a Ilia i.roia r.y of J. T. inner anal wile M.ity II tinier, mi'l l.m v nilver. I41I a ,'l in Ucr a autHtivUlou, btvlnnlne eai tea- aoiilliitt'Ht ttne-rot Itcmlatrt avenue .net an arenut rutin iter at hkIiI atn(ta to It. llcn.-e Willi aai.1 aouili line !W .liai.n, lie nee aouth a It ehaiaa, Ihrit.v in.l ?.imI ehiiln., thctitj n.rtli fc41 ehata lo tic Ih-s In ii i uu. tNintattilii 1 47- uu aifva; eoiil aa III.. .r..H rty i.( J I . Ulllir all'l Wile, alary b. Olt ter. mi.l l.iti-y I 'liter. I ot I''. I.l.k k ti, Ir.'iitiiif t'.tl'fl fret oa the a on a al'le of 'hola.iti atoi-t. aihl aa He rouert) u I bar tii Vt llev, irmii'e, an l .(.tin. U'"ll. l ot I I. bli k 4. Iroiil.na- i ll feet ee the norm al.leof Alalatlua alht'l aolil a the inner ly af U II t.ii.iu, 1 K. lil.l In k aii'l wile. Araaila T. RI4 tlli k. Iliomaa lu-iu-le) ami wile. I. in a F Iteaalay I...!.'., I lillimik A I'hllllpa -Ml.'lul l,' In.nlH t ftl' I4i', lii l ou the ea-t al'la ut (" llernao.ta t'Mit, iMatliititoa twt'. tret oenrlv attnltt ol llwa Itieti llon ut Jin kxni art nun, ( MlIiui r. kai'd aa Uie t.roerlT ot Julia. Hoe lit J. t'ntvtii aiii-.llvl.lon. bealnnlrta; atwtnt 94 feel Imui Him Heriiauilo foa.l Blel tlie fiart 1'M-kaa. Ilia l Menii.lila A Hi'liiin) II "llrnml, at It onl,.l turner ol a lot aol'l Muiiloeli: ilnnrt ewatwariliv Willi .MatilHell a lot I al I'-el. Hi, n e f)ltbMI 4ti fill: ih.'inv we-laanty In (..I la lliriiao.!. riat'l; Hit'iice anitHittiir-lly to Hie In ii.aaltie e-i)t aa Hie inieriy ol I rati K t'. Man, In. a- auU l. t. Ilow-r. I...I Vi. floillliit lll?0 fil l ui tha a-ttilh al.la rat t iny atrtx L Kii.l aa inn .M riy of J alio Overuift. Jr . troai.-t. ami Jimi If tiierton. Icritia ol aiile -tin a cr"til ol ale raotith. aan'a tatrloa Ininn'-t Willi aeeuillv rtiUiru., Urn aa-lalin-'l. n -lcuii'iloii latrr- il. Illla Jill lint ol Ann I, 'l II Mi llr.M.V. Il. ry asd UaMer. T. If. A C. . ilrlakell, Nllli llora. Trusteo's Salo. In tnatmtr nf tl rMinr r-U'-1 In m hy c Iji.ii l.-l if irnt iiiiimp tr T 4'. I'n ;( nuX J. .1. I'tiMfll, ititttl , V Htl't rrx-dt.l.i Iu Wak No. I lif fnial lf, flU I .' ttf .all. Mi IU ('oitltV ly nl laAk. Hut of lr.iii4x, Ucrviu mm I nml m 1 rtulcooa, will 011 TlturtMUy. th f.1lh t)mf nf April, 1ft, (tftm-rq tlt hour 4 I? m ul .' p in , rtl at pulv In oilU'ry. nil Kir w.utlmi'! Mttttrr ut UtlvMi atitl Utilti tvlni'i. In ilia 1 hi- itf Mf.nplii. I uu , dr ttioli In (in liluH t f l-t ln-i.Irr, Un-(.i.l.mhigf 1I1 m rllNil ro(MM. i l 1 In II un!jr , (4 IHl rlailn nf 'I emu' iiwi Ihh til Mil l li.-rij ij f ttat III wra mnl I'KUhi r lolliim. Um il ; Knlrf .Ni. I, l 1, for .v" n . ta uli' Mi m.iiiiuI 1 luriM L jir nn l I nlt-n IUum. I) U14 oti tli-laiik a tin Ml-.li. r vrr. Ml Hi HtUl It il .'.'Wtrk MI-tH'll.l 'III .Btr.''l,l 111 Him uf llf ,latlaa 1-iniMl)', I ti" -, mnl ih land nn tt uilf4 t'f T. r. I'uMi'll; an I alao futir eUiiatl IV ! t r !-. iii.nl in ho li4iii ui I l.Mtim L Iniraij4 W iltlAin H Join ami In IIj alin'il cotntlv ati4 iHti'i. Mvttt'i. '1111 i t aii'l M m, anl two ff lit liutf iiHul)itir. iratcU Ho Iitiuit1ie.l!r mrmi4 lli'lmrt Noll a '.'. aiil ant U II ein nlrv Mi, li-r outhii tHiriit'riif rnif) ft liif pthe-r lm llr Ifiiuii'eliM'rli afinth of an I't Nl rnirv. nimla In Iin iirtiit'Mif . ii J.nB, aini NriviiiiiiiMel tm llm PKlaff of lo aMitt U 1 1. Jimhi, I Ui ilttf tin 1. lM-f-f 11 ! I 1. I o. n.Tiiinr, t I. it- ta. SS . It Jofin aii'l J' . Mcl-ru'off, And Imi Mriil of hit-1 lyih aitl U'ltit in lk fiitifi iv. Ii nn- aa. . hUlli I lll lutrif l. th am tluit. I Ik iiniiMiii itmuM aii'l riniml Ihnnir Nu. Cll. t -HitiK daii ! 'iiln f I.', -'. IMRilr In Hit tiah nl hit !! l:o. ronti'ti I l-r I'ot l H H. Joiiaa aii'l Ino I Mi U iiiuf'. Mi'l ritu,r. y drt I lt-iti.i t I otiil, 111 Of I nil th' M' I, In Ut raar iW" Hmti'l 1 I oi. riirulof i.f b is I I ii .a I rnifht A J i"' uior aM-tilarly ilncrii a (..) una. k lu n ui in al a t rnrn rl tint tr,au4 atiiTi lni( In fit . iHininUr llimol rnlry ' I . In Inn liaiiir nl (oh f l til lr 'j Mai arr. aaiil n il t'im tr I Hi ttlihrjt mriivr il nlif Nit. l.t'iH, matt' Hi th iiamr of barlt-a . l4i lar - mi r a, aii'l Maa roiitf m1 ut tit h lr of 11 n H. iMiat; alo. aanl tvl a-l l 111 UiMhaal r Imt of iMt 11 l.o vtitrv. No. nil thriMant4 la ml rntia ( I ,, pnto I ill lit aonlh Unharlf hiiif ai i Unrrniijr l.l. wliij hi hmiiUwm ftn in-r i n iioki' ' inJ.ii. iaMft a 11 1.1 laftiimUrv llni ol I I rnlry No. 7 l.if ..1 tv, ftanl M'Ae la lh lttt V Mar-jfU niirltirvaal ijMii ril iio-ir i-turv iii. 1. iu inr .xu aiTti : ihrfia mil alr-ntt thili-a Hh Ilia iMa lMtii larjr 1 1 aaa l ,ll I'M" A I la run 1 riitrr I m.. iiiatia itan iin,' In ln old nuhI fial. ttitft ltrn i (;"-ttiMt-l an I f-iniof' fMitfilrn : li. n- nl tl.e.ila m a au.' 'an liflat Ml KoiH-rt N.ill - (nMin.Ur llii" ol hijiiiry Nta I'T iairt": Ui i.ntih i-ili'a U UiiiMii'N. m aa lu IimIU letHll ,si a . ,Imi. ii.r.i iif 01 win u a. nnafrtia.i aa vtm nioma f . Infill 'r Mi'l i. liaiuMi i.'inr; in lil 'ill m.irt inuli tatnvi IU k, and tu b.aik inn n.til. Iiatnt'l I'r'n. I l -1 m y ti i" i ni- I'm fli-wnr tnii nomfoaa mirxl lnl belt-, el t V n" avuaa Irntu-auiil). A K. I.i UNIT. M tl(i( K. Tr uM ' 1'irVIn. A lVi.-:. 'ol. -iior. PROPOSALS FOR EUILDINQ TENNESSEE CLUBHOUSE, a.-alft )initoaal ere Imltct f. r furnlitilnf mala- llnl aii'l nil lloll ol a liniftoiy t Inl.liooaa . alnaaa ail' I I'M k, tliirlhaeal forner ol "ifi'li'l arel .Nona I unit .tii la. Mi in.lil. Alllil li'U'l be araia-l ami eil ith i.t.ia-n I). I;. lue. ei ia.llann aiia. lor I.I, in., aoe.-ltiiiiil.ina aid lorlln-r iletalla eaa Mr II J jlnlli. irlilie-.-l l Iu'. ria'ina, ai MaillK .lrr.1. lbl'l- It" .! I III -I l I-' o i ' It U-aaa, .!., 'w,:,,v?,.?,uam::-' I're. .h ill l.uii.lml ' uutlir. PROPOSALS AiMi'M'-l bi Anatlii Mill.-r. Ibalrutan. N.llvaf. Tenn . an' Ihiln-'l until M.uuliy. Nr e, al amaa, f..r Hie lollintli.a; work to lJ uniie lul the Waal leiiliraar Mnilbllliir Inaaae: t 0111l.lell1.il i.i enl Uli-r a work, fana-nteri ma ti rial, ana machlue or r'na-trU' light .lul, gaa Ba Ure liaotitarv ami iliillu. !).,. ,.f the work re.iilie.l may 1 aean at Aua tin M1H-1 a uill.-eor that ot H.a itn let-ne.l ei.-nii auntie lurauy btam It ol ihe work will ) fotantil"! rnmiuliy Uju al'pltiallou to paraaMI llcllllia 10 ( III ... Ill 1.1. let ol Ihe rouM of t omnila..uirra ' Mi IMiN Al 11 Mill.' . Archil-rat, Uiaiatwl alaikalMa.. U.u..lU, kf-