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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1SS0.
AMUSEK?,T8.
PIT EH a. to-night.
' roriD's
,.f.NSLISH CRHIC OPERA CO.
li'MDAT - III at MIKADO
SATURDAY MATINKK.FBIJfrERH IDA
Of, lag Yruuxo LADlta' L'llIVXXSlTT.
SATURDAY NIGHtJ1.A DOTJBLB BILL
TIHJ FIKATFW V rEKXASlCat.
(Untire)
Had the treat ancend act or THE MIKADO.
itB-Attreetrra and appropriate Souvenirs,
wined for bl. Valentine Day, will be tivea
to each and evary Lady and Child Saturday
ilalisae and Saturday Nit ht.
Xondar Feh, 16 F. C. Banes " Sirrer Ring
Thursday. Feb. lit LOTTA.
Crosby's Dime Museum
24 Mala StH Memphis.
Y. E. CKOSBY..
.Sole Proprietor
Commeacing MOM) AT, February 8th
f OUR LAUGHING SUCCESS, 1HK'
Fat AVemen'sConTeiition
..i viae aid Vote for Your Cheioe of the
Heavy 'Wewhts
BAHA !
i THK HuRNEr) MPLS.
. Molt Curious Freak of Nature Known.
A.A HOHDVE-tto Aerial Clown Wonder.
. OTHER 'FBATORKS.
HAYWOOD A MOORE'S ALL STAR CO.
Dime To Al,
f low a II ALL HKTom
' "7aTDEJT OR DUTT
pti laane 2a t?pea Ug Let Vi Decide)
Feeling thatlhefinMio desires information
o thie suwiect, H. -Temperance Committee
have decided to bold a series of
MA9M MEETINGS),
ontinalnvenrery irlglit for weeks if the way
fc eewn beginning 8u"day, February 14,
1M6, at tl a.m., at the Vlr-t Method it
Cburc. wifli a'OOSPEL TEMPKKANCK
fcnHMON. by th Kev. C. II. MttAD. rn well
known and ao laroraMy reoeired at Mont-agio-
lee summer. Ho haf for yaara been
aromVaent in this work, and with (teat
ability smites an exceedingly cheerful and
iwHidal attractiveness, which alwaya brings
Utrwinf boasts te hear him.
The Kay. Mr. Mead will also speak at S :30
a'oiook p.m. .-at 4 lie Younir Men a t'nrist an
Aanocution llll, and at 7:30 p.m. at Avery
Chapol. On Monday nitrht, at the First Bap
tin Cliurch, tbe Kev. Mr. Mead will bo as
isted'by A. A. Hopkins of New York. Mr.
Hopkins imve a stirring address on night of
January 28th, giving a logical presentation
-af facts and figures in favor of Prohibiten,
aboandine' wrtU lauahsble anecdotis and il
ttitrationa. 'tie is a pleasincc speuker, keen
and witty, and will charm ail bowill hear
iviwill ttlna have Dr. JOHN A. BROOK?,
tbe rifled proa.'her and orator of Missouri.
i,o-tiire will be nil free. If weather Is
Tavorabla, tiiayct the Exposition Building.
Annsunrementa lor ineetinve sfter Monday
will bo ru-do later. Wewill have now munio
bn"Vs, and bope to have a chi-ir of lilii voiroi.
bhail id not hope that Meripbis will lollow
t!e anmil of Atlanta?
We all Know tliut lb" uinnurncture and u-e
of alcjltolie drinks is th grau-st ovil of ilie
aovntry; tht the trallio enslaves women,
wreeks monbond. injures publie and private
arvire, 1 eo. prisons, breeds paupers and
riminals, and thereby itnpjsea enormous
iiurdon f taxation; destroys cspitsl and
ruin labor, and irevenM many a man trom
liavint a god homo of his own.
Knowing tills, ph ill we not nil unite and
try to seenre-for the State of Tenne se the
npfits sritina- f-uin PROHIBITION.
JUANM JHAaH It ALL,
!? IT TBI
SKATING BISK,
I MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1WW.
Amiton..
l'illyrWi.
r
i-' Ht I,E OK :KX '.
TVARMS-cveral fine tarms iu Arkau-Mt
A? wind Ms.iHippl on very eafy terms Hint
owirfes. AdHreas
v " .1 MAHTTN. Memphis, Tenn
i
REWARD.
JF h ..-rty who has in hla pofsesio'
01' Rf - BRACE lor the body, which i
n a
was
moou ,kii.', in the corner.. f Vance and Main
t H. i. return it to 521) Main stteot. he
wii ' I. .iei iv rew -ed'..
fEii'.tflVAl .
I 4 'NY nyl wishing to adopt a bright LIT-L--'l
I.K 'MKI., tnelve years old, leave note
1 , u:.
IJT B TBBZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
jlVA. LAW. At arine indt!fimmnreial Noturv
IPublic, Caiiiimissiocor of Deeds and U. P.
"omuiifsir,ni r, at the old nffioe. No. H Madi-
gi street.
C0LLEUTI0N8 A SPECIALTY.
ft YON & -Wishing the services ofTopp'g
t Ban i Khould apply at 74 VANOK ST.
HTKAYKD.
0 WHITE C0WS-()ne with rope around
ai-hed.-Tfi reward for ta. ir return to K.
j). BARTON, near Curre, Herrando roai.
BROWNMARE MULE About ton years
old: kiUR hair. Straved on niirht of le.
eoiob r 2Ui, from Benjnstnwn. Liberal re-
ro tnr bor m.tum to W. !4. KELLY,
K(.MKIS ANH KOAKII.
Tp0uM Desirable futn'shed room, with
us. V Hoard, at Ti! ftladuon stre t.
OBCONDri&DDRY
Posrra
FRONT -With good
rOOOM Nicoly furnished room, snlUMe
J-V tor gentlauan and wife or two tents.
iugooa D0irj,auw Linaen street.
1 00D K00M8-Wlth beard ; day boarders
aeoiimnipocteu; tratisienlg also
kliited, at 3U6ce) ind street.
LB
OAHC-With.axeellenttnnm,
IZ All MS BTKKET.
'SICE Aooms, furnisbed.or unfurnithed,
r witn or wuaoai ooaro, a isi wadison st,
rrW0 lsrre anfa-nirhed gioms, with or
j- witBHnxeoara,.atbAladi.on street, cor
tierThird.
fIT. JAMES HOTItlE-nnr.eWondaiid AA
IJ amsstg. Room and boarcL $6 par weeks
nwy noarn, ..
WANTS.
rpweiltKIH.iBLE CHAMBEItVIAIOS
1. At 72 Maeeeon street.
JIM'.CLAS8 Pa SrRY-OIxU. Apply to
eiewarq w.yoeo iwai.
rTAiLHR A anod tailor, of aoaor habita
IX food aalarg or paatiershipiso oapiial
feq!Tod. AddrassBoxm Oovinwtan, Tenn.
, tTEATilERS-f'en dhftssand peainds, old
J? or mew, by,SAMUba, eAHA.', Agent
and Uonmtssioa uaicnant, 4ca uaelby st.
Jend tr prio-liH.
f A DY AGENTS--Atual7cloar Cn daily
UJ with any woneWrful hear PatenfRuhber
ad rgarmeat lor females. . One ladasold 60
lattwoboure. MRS. d. LIT TLB,
Lock-bnx;4S. Chicaarn. HI.
J7WF.RYBODY Ti call ami see thafo'e
bi ated jay Ctiiry.oyasrt, at 177 third
itreet. near Puplar.
rjiri'ATIOK-lelatk or watchman: rood
J re'erencee. Adtire's J. B C, this oaU?
"IBAMBERMAlDS Two reliable cha
J bermaidi, atT2 Madi-on sttfiet.
A K ACTIVB MAN-eOreoutof emp'oy
cent) to beran on moderate salary and
totk himself na. representing, io hi own
ocslitT. an old eetanitsuee house, rtoteren
es exchanged. AM. M A N L' F AOS L'KIN (1
10UHE, 14 Barclay street, V. Y.
A SENTS In every seotma of tue country
x for two New Books, just acady. S,'KCil.
FsBua to men of exparionce.ripable of fill
gig a large territory. Utato experience, age
.nd territory wanieo. jfyacL,u ox uu.
limited). S."2 Broadway. K. Y.,and 4U Dir-
forn street. Chicago.
SALESMEN In every State in the T inn
toreprese-t a PAINT M 4NI.FACTUR,
Nfi ESTABLISHMENT having several
IrgCALTixs thatare popular and aasy lell
ng. Can be handled alone er in connect! n
nth other good. Addies THE WM. B.
'RlCg MANUFil. CO.. BALTIMORE. MD.
l r"EK AND TOMEN-Tostarta new bui-A-L
ne.V at their homes; can be done even,
ors ana learned in an hour; any person
asking lees than 10s to 50e an hour should
nd We at, once for apackage of samples of
oods. ana 24 wora.na iamp.es viormaiaaj
a cnau&enee on. Address
ALBANY riUPPLY CO , Albany. K. T.
rRAVtUNu and Ci y bale, men, regn
lar! employed by wholesale houaaa, to
arry onev4iait cmnre saniple (on coumis
ion)ofeaw artarle in use in all business
ousel. iNo aunoJes will be sent unless sp
licant -inid car 'f house reore'entad by
Ira. B. W. btaxag, o Notth Clarke St.,
bioro.Tll.
I l MhS--Yoog and old, to bring
.UUU their Old CUtbes to Rosenstein A
rn. ana bare tfejp reEovateil, is Alain
liiBrWUiWsu
AUCTION SALE.
i CASS and 0 tMZl CL01UIXU, Etc.,
AT AUCTION.
On account of divlintcc bujiners, will sell
. rt auction, on
Monday, !ernarjr is, at 10 e'clera,
JE S3 AND OTHER CLOTHING (Cnstnm
made). PIl'.CK (iOOL:?, WOUl.KN 11 N Dale
WKAK. KXTlRtS. COUNTKKs AND
6110W CASKS, at
Xa.7 Main lit., for Mn. L. I' I man.
A. M. STOPDARP. uctione-r.
t'UK SALE OR EXCHANWK.
F)k City Property, 6 amall Farms, 5 miles
srotn oity, Uld haleirh road : will aall on
Innr time. Address P. K..SJ Madison a.
I.O.ST.
DOCKET-BOOK With money and mivi
X in ame. Dy returning fame to Ibis
office will pay a liberal reward.
K. A.TKRRY.
UOti Large white and a-ray spotted fetter
dog; had name on eillar. ttelnrn and
be liberally remodel.
JutlN B. KOttlNSON, 22 Madison st.
TJRACELET On Perlnr
street, betwi en
J-J t-eoood and Main,
a silver bracelet, with
Ore silver bangles, totaling tbe toliowlng in
itials: 11. 11., (i. 15., L, K., Holph and hm
ni. Finder will be rewarded by leaving
same at No. ?82 Froi.t street.
SETTKR-A Hack and white setter dog,
with brown bead. A liberal toward for
fa i s return totttSt. Martin street.
KOW RKW'I'.
"PLANTATION C nUrnrng HO acru of
ce rcu anu m nrKtunu, .puinie
RandolpS, Tenn. Will leva cn extremely
low terms. Apply to J. V. HAYS,
e re if Thou. If. Allen t t'e.
ROOMS 3i'ic1y furnished front rnnmr, at
W MONROE ST.
VERY NICE RESIDENCE Noarly new.
No. 90 Sixth St., Chelsea, containing six
rooms, pantry aod store-room, with front
and bact gallery; situated in a very large,
airy lot. Apply to TH0-). KEELY,
eorner Aovtion anal Second sts., or
J. E. LEWIS, 7 filth t.
DE8IRARLB furnished or nnfur. rnomi,
fit Shelby, 1 block from Uayoso Hotel.
2 -STORY Lrlrk Residence, 8. W. eorner
Second and 'Exchange au. t in first-olasa
repair; igotroous. Apply on premises.
HILLMAN PLACE-SIH Lauderdale it.;
tfA) per month. Applyon premiwes.
FIIRN1SUED Rooms ftr gents an i light
kou.ckeeping, at 116 t'ourt street.
140
ACRES Fire miles nut Poplar
street toad. P. K., 32 MsdUon t.
rOriLAR STKKtSi Cottage, fovea
rooma. Apply to JOU.i KElll.
i) KOoMa En suite, Lee Block, third floor
l front. Apply at NoX Madixnn St.
DEbiKAliLE OFUCE-i Store-room uu
dor li nr.eteeo Club on South Court it.,
and four oOiees on Second street opposite the
CoHuq Exchange. Apply to
R, B. SNOVV DEN or
.1. h. OOOULOK, Mndlson St.
10 it MALE.
1 K I PKICJIIT PIANO BOXEi-Just tho
XJ thing 'or coal or loed I oxes.
0. K. IloUflC A CO, :W Ma'n st.
HOUSE-On Walnut street, jut luuth ol
V aace. Lot over 80 feet front. Ai i.ly
to ELlKTf A HOUSTON.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE-377 Linden
street. Apoly on premises, or to
DR. W. 11. ORR. Uavn-o Hot I.
JACK At F. A. .lones ACo.'s, (51 Monroe
st not, one black Jack, five years old, and
a good one.
AT NKWPORT NEWS, VA.-ltXX) lots.otr.i
fret water fro t, 4t Uet deep. For lull
in.oruiution address WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md.
OR HEAD MULES
A NO HORSES- For
J cash.
or payabla Set.tomber IS. 1SS6.
with good socurity.
P. M. PATTERSON CO.
A.
BARGAIN-VILLA KDKN FKl'IT
AND VK'iETaULB FAHM-dn New
f.aloigh P ke, IS miles Ir-ui Brirk Church,
iiittistin; v acroA i o. i lane, uouso o roonif,
servanU' homes, atablox, b.irnn, cribs, dairy
house, woll and cidtci o; tUn, :ut bu.shols
ru, nay and fodder, seed p"t:oe, turnii s,
asparagus beds, hot be.L mid suh, ugrjrul
ttiral lmplemeoU, hou4eht'ld and k.tchen
furniture, cows, calvo, hoises, mules,
wagons and harness. App'r on premises.
.1. T. BERLIN.
HORSE A safe, reliablo family buggy
bone one well known to the citisnns
of Memphis. Apply at tue liver stable of
F. A. JONES A CO.
POSTS Cedar fencing poets lor sa e by
W. R. LARKIN, Laritinsville, Ala.
TUK OLD HEN ISLAND-In sight of
Memphis;' ISO acres, of which about Kst
cleared and very rich land. A bargain can
be secured by application to
m O. B. BRYAN A CO.
' aJiMaots- blAlfc .n..iUlCAlr,r
" Ka eeiva1' f and all Hns to tha
Tl. KUPFERSCHMIDT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
bkiiig, Amir.Duitlna, Flulttjitr Tackle
hixI Siioitsini ii's Capiilit'B,
WI10LESACE AND RETAIL.
ItM Mnlit Htrct, Hemptala, Tenn.
Maaufanturing and Repairing of Ones a
Spemalty. aMsTeie phone Ko. bus.
Frank Schumann.
Importer al Dealer In
Osaasg, i riablner Tarlila and Kaorts.
BMita'aHnppllve Special attention
gwen to MANUFACTUKINbt and RE
FAIRINO. 412 Wain Nt..rfemnliiM. T?un
JoHy.0vgu.TOH, Jr. 1 3. N. OROnrihoR.
OVERTON &GR0SVEN0R,
Real Estate Dealers
E1T" ik BBOKFBfl.
03e4326 1 Second Street.
- Mm Osar. Meeaisssi saeMg Voaua,
MEifxiiN . tianrEswEE,
RAIi lSTAtS BOUOHT AND BOLD.
Taxes Paid. Ranta OolUaUd. . n
Ooumuaiun.
EAGLE
Boiler Works,
SHEA A McCACTIIY, PrprV,
110, U, m Fivit, Mewpbls.
Oft OF ina LAlOKfT BOILER SHOPS
t, ln la. outi. ntf "" eaaiplete
wiiwwa oi.Mroi vorxs tn the city.
HaaaftietnMrturiiwii gtlnto Iron.
"' f etery uiuVIIoii. SveoiaJ
attenww r.iu8D work.
Thomson'sHotel
AND
CRESCENT EATING HOUSE,
fc., N. O. A T. Kallread.
Clarksdale. Miasisslppi.
Traing stop 13 minutes lor meals.
Break las', going North. ..... 1 :4
Dinner, gidug Hoalii .-........iXi
Dinner, going North J( ia'
Supper, going aouth....w 7 fla
ihe betel is near the L..N.O. andT. Ral .
rnau Depot. The only hotel in town. Travel
ers. f" boarders aod faniliee will tnd t ie
best af
eoniorUbU, tt pjentr of bMinr. Tb
Ubltaai Mrvio U ut I oIam. Irmc rMw-
son. j
W. ft. mOAttKiJi A CO., Proprietor., j
(MRIGAVS STRBiJ.
TWELVE OP CIS FAMOUS FLTEUS
COMIAG TO MEXPIII'.
FrrclanJ, Modesty, Swlney, retrl
Jeonlng-s and Irish Tat fa
the List.
El. Corrigaa, who owns many of
the finest racers in t'je courtry, will
divide hist trine, tending to Memphis
an even doin of bis bee', of which only
three are two-year-olds. The lo' low
ing will try t'teir speed on the protinda
n( the New Memphis Jockey Club, at
itafl.irinfr m ft ting:
Preelaud, b g, a, by Longftllow
BeleKnigtt '
Pearl Jenuings, b m, a, by Lt hps
Mary Howard.
Modesty, ch in, 5, by Wur Dance
Ballet. Sriney,b b, 5, by Ten Broeck Nora
Criena.
Irish Pat, ch c, 4, by Pat Malloy
p;:hei.
St. Fa'rick, ch c, 4, by Glenelg-Ven-tura
Httie farlile, b f, 3, by Lmgf jl!ow
Venturia.
Marv Payne, ch f. 3. by Lelapi
Mary Howard.
Bitter Monica, rb f, 3, by Spring
bok Alme.
Peacemaker, ch c, 9, by Liabsn
Peaceful.
Jennie T., b f, 2, by Falsetto- teen
Victoria.
Koee, b f, 2, by Falittio Lily Duke.
EdCorrigan will handle the detach
ment personally. HmtieCariile isnae
of tbe moet imptored anlma's of the
table, and Ptasemaker wilt strip as
likely a Woking colt as there is in the
Union. Jennie) T. is built to epin over
half mile at a terrible bat, but
though it may be that she will never
(ompass a distance. Through all her
career, however, she should be groat
over a T. Y. C. Bt. Potrick,
it is to be supposed, is ent to do the
geneittl utility business, which, in his
case, will probably include hurdling.
Hattie Carlile having been specially
mentioned above, it may be well (o
add fiat though she earned but one
bracket 'n.t year out of five starts, yet
her poif jrmaucfs were meritorious
thioughout, and her position iu the
last raco iu which she donned silk
shows that if eh) I hi improved in the
way t f which her ) ka warrant asup
piijit'oD, slio should be gr.oi goods for
tbe ftaiun. 'Jtus was at Siiu
lo.jjn on Augunt Uth, when,
in the Kentucky Btakee, Bhe finished
behind tj'titi and Kock and Kye,
but well in front f Bitch clinlceraas
Earight, King of Norfolk, Mollie Mo
1 arty 's Lint and Primero. Irish Pat,
who was purcbaid by Mr. Oorritrnn
at the Woodhnrn ssle of 1BS3 for f300,
is the largeit individual winner for
Pt Malloy. I-ast yta-, runninp as a
tbree-year-il j, Irish Pat tii-tod
Iwenty-thrae times, winning seven
races and finishing second in ten and
third in two. His earnings amounted
to nearly $15,00;). He started eight
times belore makings winning, but his
f mrfh attempt was f ir tho IlimyHr
stakes at L tjoia in June, wliun he
fifiohed second to Joe -Do ton. In
several purse rures he showed promi
nently, and Lis lirft success flat
st ored in a selling event at Chicago,
July 4lh, wbtn, with ninety eittht
pound3 up, he ran a mile -aid in
1'inlitn in 1 :5ii, winning very easily.
Tht tie days )attr he won a race of a
mileauda sixteenth, hsa'e. carrying
100 pounds, and finishing both heats
mt'ier earily in 1:50 j respectively.
Tl.e) Oih of the eame mor t i he put
tbe Drfxel tttkps, wrrth $3150, one
mile, to his credit. Thete were six
three-year-olds in the rifue, but Vo
lante, who carried 125 'pounds, con
ceding Irish J'at seven pounds, was
tbe oulv one near the winner at the
stand. Yoiante, who wft i a big favoti e
(briDg ng $125 to $"0 for Irish Tat and
$125 fir the ethers), made a rattiinu
race, but lojt by a head. Irish Pal's
next stake performance was f ir the
Travers, at Su-a'oB, but here he met
hie horses at even weights, and wvs
i aly beaten by Barsan, who covered
the mile and three-quarters in 3:08,
At t hi same meeting Irish Pat won
the Iroquois ('takes, easily df (eating
Jot Cotton, Favor and Bootblack at a
mile end 500 yards iu 2:151, all carry
ing 113 pounds. This s'uke was woMb
$4100 to tbe winner. The dCenner
stakes, two miles, Iribh Pat cantered
away with, and heconcluded his victo
ties wit1! a three-ciuar:cr mile heat race
at CnicsgD in Sent amber. Forest, who
bad 1)5 pounds up, won the tir.t heat
in J :lti, but IriHli IV, secured the
next two hta s in 1 : 161 and 1
He inn second for the United Urates
Hotel, the Foxbull and the Itjlief
etikes Rt ISaratoga, second for the
Wocdlawn IStakes t Chicaso. nad
second for the Hi. L?ger stakes at
j-oaisvuie.
Hportlna- Hotoa.
Thb Nushvilles will mgain be under
Beard's captaincy.
Barb of the Naahvilles bas an ambi
tioa. It is to be a pitcher.
Tbk trasadaco road will be a big
a Wantage. It is tt be built at once.
The wer.tb.er is doSa'ing the build
ing of the club-house at the Fair
Grounds.
THB-cit'ee composing ie new West
ern Lague are frit, Joe, Omaha, Lin
coln. Leavenwoita, Topeka, Denver
and Pueblo.
Bou Pate ships hie (lisle 0f fifteen
bead of horses from St. Loaia to Mem
phis either to-day or Monday, tbe day
depending on the arrival of his Arm's
.patent horse tar.
It is claimed in Atlanta, Ga., that
baseball brought into that city last
year about 350,000 at tbe least esti
mate, independent of tbe shonDins
dine by the hundreds who viaited the
.citr on excursions and otherwise to
nj ly. the games.
THE TRIPLE WEDDlXj
Setoca loOrrnrat Col. Honlgomert'a
Haliatlhe Bjaahvllla Paper Bay.
Speaking of a coming social event,
a're&dy nct-d in the Appcal, the
Nastwiila American t f yesterday as:
Card have been iseued by Mr. II. A.
Montgomery of Memphis for a triple
wedding reception at 6 o'clock Thurs
day evenimr, February 18, to Mr. Kib-
ertJooea, Jr, ana Miss Lulu Mont-
f;omery tf Memphir, Mr. John
jindetreet, Jr.,.o4 Nashville and Miss
B-Ile Pattortoa ti Greeneville, Eut
Tennessee, and Mr. Royster Thurman
of Mississippi and Miss Jennie Keid
of Memphis. Tho .contracting parties
;e wen cnorn m social circles
thronghoat the State, and the ali'air
trom tees to be the society event of tbe
winter in Memphis. Miss Montgomery
rnaete many frieadi In Kasbville two
yens ego while viaiting Mrs. Dr. Noel,
od in tue aaaettter at oneci tne
most prominent and wea. thy - citi
zens of tbe Blaff City. Mies Belle
t AUenon is ciumed as a ntxnber of
Hashvii'n society, owing to f'toient
ana pnim igeii tibiib uere. Mra wna
J t . S ' ' . 1 1 I
r " - - - ' - ' -'-
ftliav i a.Wteui. apb( tV teul tTUs-;
tern at the Maxwell House. Mips
Iieid is a prominent fizure in the to
ciety of Memphis. Mr. John Laml
etrett. jr., is a' native Biltimorean, for
several years part in business in Nash
ville, where he has a mult tudo of
warm friends. Mr. Kojster Thnrmao
is a son of Judge Thurman, of lMy,
Mias. Mr. Rotert Jones, Jr , is a na
tive of England, t present a resident
cet'on buyer in Memphis. A special
train will convey the party on a t rip
to New Orleans.
SOUTHERN RAILROADS.
IMPORTANT MEETIXO TO RE
HELD TO DAY AT t'OOU VslXE.
Projrrtu Iss tieorla Ihe Hew Or.
laaaa and Karlbaateraa An In
aprrtlug; Party eUB.
The urgent demand of the people of
the counties of TrouacVe. Smith, Ma
con, Da Ka'b, Jackson, Clay, Pickttt
Overton, Putnam, l-'et t-ees "and Cum
berland for la'lroad facilities, and
their disappointment over the indifler-
ence nf Nashville business men con
cerning the proposed Kncxville and
Nashville road is mtuifested mote
strongly than ever. A mast-met t ng
will he hel-1 tt Cookeville to-day, a',
which time the situation will be dis
cussed and overtures trade to other
cities in the event Nathviile will not
respond favo-ahly.
Oat ass lanperlion Totir.
Mkssbj. K Carroll, general super
intendent; G. II. Nicholson, chitf en
gineer; M. Welsh, general superin
tendent of bridges and buildings, and
Mr. Uibson, chief clerk to the general
superintendent, Q-een and descent
syrtern, and Ma. M. 8. Belknap, su
perintendent, and Mr. T. U. Merritt,
superintendent of bridges and build
in g, of the Vickshnrg, rjhrevepoitaid
Pacific aod the Vicksburg and Meri
dian, are on an inspecting tour.
Hew Orleaua and JVorth weetera.
The record of tba movement of
fre ght over the New Or lea a and
North wer Urn Railroad during the
year 1HS5 embraces 6000 cords of woo?.
4,000,000 feet of lumber, 500.000 ataves,
2,0(0,000 feet of logo, 4S.340 tonn of
coal and coke, 21,750 head of cattle,
219,000 tons of iron, 101) carbada or
charcoal aid 00 tar-loads of brick.
Tho wool, lumber, bUvos md ligi in
t'lis Ftit'insnt wore shipped t New
Orleans elon Ihe route from Merid
ian, the fa t'e from Alabama and Mis-
Bisaissippi, tbe teal from the Alabama
mines, piiacira'ly those located iu
Waiker county.
w HoAd from Columbae.
It is expected that a new rotd will j Md aHood many away b llrat, but it io
be built from C.lumbm, Oa., t some ; proba'jle now.that there is nota dry.n
point rothratl, called the Georgia i people in the city who have not heeu
Midland railroad. Ooliimhu?, sl:hong!t i tbe museum at hint ence. The ra
a city of 20,000 inhabit tuts, with tue I si'1' indue to throe things a change
moat successful cotio-i milling inter- I ' the city itstlf, a derrnnd for cheap
ests iu the South, is pui .ticaliy shut j amusement and the t-xoellunt and
out from railroad privileges, owing t I nove' charaster rf IIib enteit tinment
the absorption of all the linen Ira ling j furnished by Mr. Ornfjby.
out oy tne central sytt-tm. This new
line w ill connect wiih the Richmond
and DimvilK aud thus Had en exit
cut of t'je web. The city of Colum
bus has subscribed $150,0l0 to the
scheme.
SPIKES A.D SPARKS.
Southern and Central railroad stocks
are as cheap as any on the lit t
Tub Southern Construction Com
pany is preparing to build a road
across the upper portioa of South
Carolina.
A inoM in railroad buildine in South
Ca o ina is retorted. Fotr or five
roads are now in course of construe
t'on, and sub.orit tioua being raised
for others.
ON 'CHANGE.
Closing prices fof May options al
Chicago yesterday: Pork, $11 37J.
Lard, tlc asked. Clear rib sides,
5.72Jc. Com, 40Jo. Wheat, 85c
asked. Oats, 323c.
IUroRT of Grain Elevator yesterday :
Wheat received, l'J'.KJ bushels; with
drawn, 2100 buBhe's; in store, 5101
bushels. Corn received, 9Q01 bunbels;
withdrawn, 3310 bushels; in store, 32,
742 btieheis O.tt received, 1M2
bushels; withdrawn. M OH bushels; in
in store, 47,717 butbols.
The Manchester Guardian iu its
commercial ait cle say: Tne market
is du l; tales havo been light; the
India rcirket quiet, the wants luinj
euDpnen. inete are some iniiuirics h r
China, but tiieyttre largely mfeusilile
owing ii ine oaers oning instllll jiout.
i arne are u it, and prices easy.
VtriTOBj on 'Change yesterday : 8,
M. Callam, St. Louis; M. L, Sargant,
Kansas City ; J. K. Stinrnu. Concor
dia, Mies.; Miss Pauline Wood, Misses
IxjuisA and Mattte K, Guy, V. L. Oxsh,
Mrs. P. S. Bowles, Miss Mslliry, Mies
mine, viaranvuie; v. a. roiK, Hick
ory Valley, Tenn.; Geo. D. Mark-
ham, St. Louis; A. L. Jones. Browns
ville, Tenn.; H. H. D. Byron, ChatU-
ncoa; if, jones, lirunswick, Tenn. ;
Ben II. Moyes, Inland, Miss.
Thb Oil, Pamt and Drug Reporter of
February 12th says : "Crude cotton
seed oil basnos'tl value on this
market. There are no strictly prime
grades offering, the nominal quota
tions for which are 24(o)'.5o, or tbe
same figures named this time last
week. Bayers have signified their
willingness t? give Ihe firtt named
figure for a firat-cl ss article, but no
opportunity is offered of doing busi
ness. Good oil is not offering to any
extent in the primary markets, but
there is a grand rush to unload off
grades, and for there there is no regu
lar schedule of values. Sellers solicit
bide and get what they can. Thev
reu'izefrom 17 to 22c, and are not
moving to as Iirge an extent ai previ
ously. Several lots of 50 and 100 bar
rels have been dispi'ed of during the
week, and free offerings are still
feature of the ma ket. Crush
ers seem to be holding on to
their choice stacks, and intend
ing buyers are not inclined to
assist the market by showing
aiy particular interest, for which rea
son bids are scarce and inqniries in
i i ferent. We are wired from Ne w
Orleans to-night tbat the crude market
is tlightly stronger owing to limited
efferings tf prime o'l and that 23c is
asrel, an advance of 3 from pre
vious quotation. Tbe market then is
reported inactive and seed coming fir-
ward 1 1 Jwly. The advices from Mem
phis by wire also state that a firmer
feeling is controlling price,with prima
crude quoted at 23 J'o. 24c." If the Oil
and Drug Reportr is correctly in
formed, its correspondent gets his in
formation outside of the Merchants'
Exchange, where prime crnde cotton
seed o 1 is quoted tit 2223c
FKOM TIIE PEOPLE.
Falavlx EKaggerated and lalrae.
To the Editors of the Appeal: '
"A Tale of Two Citief," copied from
the Cincinnati Enquirer io this morning'-
Appeal, in leta'd to myself and
' . a
ouuee.
air. ii vria, is uweiy exaggerated ana
ANOTHER D1.1IE MISEDI.
CROSBY'S SUCCESS ATTKACTS
KOlinSON OF KEN ORLEANS,
Who Claims to Be Perfecting riuus
for tbe Finest Building In
tbe Country.
Mr. Eugene Koblnron and Mr. J. P.
Cordray arrived in the city yeeterdar
from New Orleans aid will spend sev
eral days here looking into the pros
pects of the city with a view to erect
ing another dime museum. The lat
ter spent some time here before the
holidays ami induced Mr. lijbinson to
consider the prrjett of establishing
another museum, led to do so by tie
eunress whieh bai attended Mr. Cros
by's venture. Mr. Kjbinson is pro
prittirof a museum in New Orl;tu
and has been quite eusresslul. He
h.isbcea in the bnsinees about two
years and has already made consider
able head ay. He says that he has
already leased a piece c f ground ami
will proceed at once tj the erection t l
the finest museum ami bij u theater
irt tho country. Whether or not
Memphis, museum wild as it is, will
support two establishments of that
character remains to be seen. There
are but tbree cities in the United
S.atcs which have more U na one
Chicago, New York and Boston und
if a second can be made pn (liable
here in Memphis, tho fact will be
abundant prot f of the utterances of
her eulogit t j.
Two or three years sgia museum,
had it been established in Memphis,
would have been an utter failure.
Several cheap places of amusement,
one after aco her, have been opened
here in the last five years bnt their ex
istence has been ephemeral. For
week or mere they nourished, their
popularity fading rapidly away. None
of them were ever ratroni.9d by tbe
better classes of people, an tlement
absolnt'ly necessary to the success of
any enterprise of tt.u' character start
ed here. When Mr. Crnoby began hie
prpta-ations an audible smile went
loiind. The gentleman from Chictto
win given thirty days to c'oio his
dor. He worked very quiutlv, and
the curiosity of the public was finally
excited. When he finally threw open
his doors and the cio d began to pour
in tho lime for clojing him out
was Bhoituaed. But the tb it t v
days patted and the ctod, Instead of
diniiiilshitiT,tticrensel. Sixty rtnva and
man wer.t by, and ihrongt of hand
somely dressed ladies cnutiruml ti
crowd tbe place every i'iiy. Tho fat t
the t the mlmiFB.on; whs only a dime
PENSION Fit A Ml JAILKD.
THE AHRKHT OF A NtslNIMO RE
.(II. I DAM 4 0I.OREIS l.l(;IIT.
J. N. Nlrlchllne I.otlaed In Jnll
Ihe I'nlird Nlulea Mnrahnl
for rniiillluir.
I1
The United St ites marahal sncreedt d
yesterday in arresting one of that
numerous clais which preys upon the
Ignorance, prejudice anil pnekuta ol
the colored people, ready victims al
ways ti the unscrupulous sharper,
For some time past complaints have
been made by negroes that they were
swindled onto! sums ranging lroin in
to $50 by a nrg'O, who was finally
discovered to be a hading Memphis
Kenublican politic an antl general
hard citizen, named J. IS. Stnckline,
Maj. Galbreatb, general pension agent
lor iennesaee, wrots Marshal rieeman
several days ego that be thought he
would soon eecure sufficient prot f to
convict mm, aid yemrday morning
telegraphed the marshal to arreat him
Deputy Marshal C. S. Ta'iallero, armed
with the nroporfpapers.wentouton the
early train to Brownsville yesterday
and returned at eight with tits mat
who was at once lodged in Ihe county
jail, whose gites yawned afleitionate-
ly lor linn. M rick line will be remem
bered by ttiof.o who have been
In the habit tf attending the
free circuses given once every two
years by the Republicans st the Ex
position building. Heisnttll,stra:ght,
athletic dirkey, with stru'gLt black
hair jtnd aswarthy yellow complexion,
indicative tf Indiaa Moot. Jle was
a'ways present as a delegate, and was
distinguished f r his resonant voice
and his fondness for "rising 1 1 a point
ol order. Jo no convention was be
totally suppressed. 'He was contin
ually breaking out in unexpected
places, and was never so much
delighted as when there was in
immediate prospect of a general
skull-cracking. During the camp ilgn
he divided his time between drinking
mean whisky, haranguing on tie
street corners and driving an express
aon. lie had jut enough lea. ning
to make him an "educated cuss," and
his uub'tion was to become a clerk in
tbe postotlice. Failing in tbat be be
came a pension agent on his own
hook, and, it is charged, collected
money for various negroes who were
entitled to pensions and failed t ) turn
it over to them. Daring the past six
or eight years the United States
authorities have bad to deal with a
good many of these swindlers, who
forage about for clalrrjan's, collect
proifon their own account, and either
take it all or cl a-ge an exorbitant fee,
the legal rate being or ly 10 percent.
TRANSFERS.
R. D. Frayser to D. A. Frayser. part
of lot 12, block 30, north side of Pon
tot io street, 25x116 feet, for $1300.
X. Norvell fo Toof. McGowan A
Co., 6 35100 acres ia Fifteenth Civil
District; alio, 7 ares just north tf
above, for $3500. .
N. tSlackwell to T. J. McGowan.
trustee, to secure E. L. McGowan,
g isrdian, in tbe sum of $1000, part of
jwo tracts near Bart.ett, Sevectrj Civil
District.
II. Furstenl eim aid wife to J. II.
Barnum, 1. ts 17 and 18, block 1, Rail
rrad avence, 60x215 feet each, for
$50 ;5.
Tbe Boaadalla.
Roeadalia is a sovereign remedy for
all diseases of the bio id. It has no
equal for tbe curs of nil nervous dis
orders. Raid this certificate: I would
like to hear testimony to the merits of
Roeadt lis, by inylng tbat some eight
years ago I was totally proet rated and
could get no relief from onr family
physician, but after taking one bottle
of Roeadalia I became entirely restored
to health. I now weigh 175 pounds,
but when I first look your medicine I
weighed only 130. I cheerfully recom
mend it to all, aod especially to those
f ttlie d wi'ti rervnna dehil'tv.
aW. A. A, KaZH, ieiOiave't Mi
t
BUILDERS AND TBADEKS.
Merlins; Held Yiraay lo Organ
lai am Kxrhange,
A representative meeting of me
chanics and tboee in the furnishing
business was held in the directcm'
rooms of the Memphis Fire and Gen
eral Insurance Company, yestercay
rfcernron, for tbe purpoje tf o'ganix
ing a Builders' and Traders' Exchang?.
C.C.Burke was elettsd temporary
chairman.
J. W. X. Browne was elected tem
porary secreta-y and treasurer.
The following committees were ap
pointed :
On Charter. V. I. Cole, M. II.
Paldwin, Joe Hairier, L. Prichatt aod
A. F. Davif.
On Jioomt Jaoies Dgonu, John
Dttnavant, EJ Eageu and J. W. X.
lirnwne.
On liy .aim an f Rul$. M. H. Bald
win, R. L. Ceohrnn, F. H. Venn, A.
F. Davis. G. W. Bakeir.
Ai'j mrned to meet at 258 Second
street, Friday, the 10th iustaut, at 3
o'clock p.m.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Suikts, all styles, made to order.
MeuitdiiB Steam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 221 Second street.
Ddkshku TttHKiYS i.t 12. cents at I
Kirk Allen tit Co. 'a.
MtmpuibStainkd Glass Works, 23(i i
Third street. Call and ree. i
J. II. Lowittv, M.D., Ilomenpsthitt,
318 Main etreet; telephone DS1.
Central Ncrskuy, No. Market
street, is the neareat place in the city
for plant aud cut (lowers.
One car-hud of mules, at wholesale,
at a big dtive. 65 I'uiou street.
J. L. HALL.
Thb finest and beet selected stock
of gas fixtures in tbe city, at bottom
prices. i. a. r.ulby a x.
Miss Cariiib M. Keatino can Ire
found every day at E. Witxmann A
Co.'s, 223 Second street, from 4 to 6
o'clock p.m.
Finb Io', of jo rog Farm Mnles just
arrivo'l et 305 deto.id itreet, RoOnrt
Johnatou's Stnl Us, three doors north
cf Monroe s'rect.
Ti:b Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonic and anti-periodic known. A certain
a io. su.e cure pt chills- Prtce$l per bot
tle. 8en atatuis lor circulurs. Any rot-e-en.e
gixon. Addreii John 0. Hucker,
jLyncnbarg, Va.
Tim mnet. tfiiencions stimulants to
excite the appotito are Angoettua
Bitters, prepared by Ur. J. G. B. Sio-gv-rt
A Sour. Bewaro of cnuuterfoila.
Ask your grocer or druggist for the
genuine article.
C. D. (-"miti!, velerinay surgnon, of
New York, I in decided to locate per
tipinently In Memphis. He treats all
dinoMBes of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
swine and t'ot. Cal s, day or night,
answered proinol'y. Olllt'e at Jones
A Co.'s Btadle, til Mouroo street; tele
phone 402. Residence, Franoioli
1 louse; telephone 32.
A lled-Klddeii Isyapeplle 4'nred.
G. F. llaighttif WeBtll!d, Chautau
qua ennnty, New York, writes May
7, 1.SH5: "Six jeare ntro I was dying
of dvpnepaia. My Btomach and diges
tive organ, were in a horrible sla'e. I
feared cotinumption nf the bowsls,
which were dreuilfully enntt'pated. I
was bed-ri'lden for many months;
fiim'ly boti;ht six bnxee of Brand
retb's Pills. Whou 1 had finished
taking them I wna a well man. Tcok
five the first trght; ran t'oivn tonne
pill, then np ugnla to five, alter
nately." '
MAN!
II left IIKNT PKIKSllst
n
DR. J. BRADFIELD'S Tl
H
it
lEMALEUEUULATO
This famous remndy most happily meeta
tbadrniand l the agii for wninau ieculiar
ana toeltitorm amiotloiis, it is a reineity
for WOMAN ONLY, and for one HPK, IAI,
Cl.AHH of her direnaes. Ills a speciOo for
certain diseased conditions of the womb,
and proposes to so control the Monstrual
Function as to regulate all tbe derange
ments and irregularities of Woman's
MONTHLY NK'UNMIS,
' Its proprietors claim for it no other medical
property) and to doubt the fact tbat this
medicine docs positively possess such con
trolling and regulating powers ia simply
a discredit the voluntary testi tony of thou
sands ol living witnesnpa who are to-day
exulting In the restoration to sound health
and happiness.
UKAU'IF.ID'M
Female Regulator
Is strictly a vegetable compound, and Is the
product of medical science and practinnl ex
perienced treated toward tbe benefit of
NlirrEKINI WOMAN!
It is the studied prescription of a learned
pbyslcian, whose speoiully was WOMAN,
and whose fame beoame enviable and bound
less because ol bis wondertul success in the
treatment anil cure of female cuumlalnts.
THK HKIIULA'l'OR is the URANOKNT
HtCMKOV known, and richly deserves Its
name
OMAN'S 1ENT J? MEND
Beosuse It controls a class of functions the
various derangements ot which cause more
111 health than all other cauaea combined
nd thus rescues bar from a lona train of
atuicuons wnicb sorely embitter ber llle and
prematurely end ber distance. Ob, what a
multitude of living witnesses can testify to
its oharming affeotsl Wtisis. Lake to your
oonnuence tnia
PRM'ioisi noon or ibkai.tiii
It will relieve yon ol nearly all Ihe com
plain's peculiar to your eel. Hely noon It
as your safeguard for health, happiness and
long me.
Hold by all druggists. Beod for onr treat
ise on the Health and Happiness ol Woman,
iu aueq iree, wnicn gives all particulars.
iui unAurieiiiii n mi ula run uu .
n rnt I' LA ivn w ,
hoi a, Atlanta, Ua.
IRE HTIa.1. TRIIJiriPlIAlfT.
For flltcen years they have steadily gained
in ravor, ana wun sales constantly increas
ing have become the most popular Corsets
throughout tha United ejj,tia.
The W quality is WisaiTau Tii'wrig Twice
aw wiso aa nrainary iioaaxTs. we nave
lately Introduced the U and at II grades
with Kjtba Lono Wiist, and ean furnish
them when preferred.
Highest awards from all the World's
F-eat fairs. The laat medal received Is lor
lasT Usoxgg or Mskit, from the late Expo
sition held at New Orleans. While scores of
patents have been found wortbleas, tbe prin
ciple nf the Ulove-Filting have proved in
valuable. Ke tellers are authorised to refund money.
II, on examination, these Corsets do not
prove as repreeented, far aala averjr
where.
(KttaloeriiM few ass aBDllrtle).
aiV - ievii, aUttdttyai fV Cv, A" IK J
A Common Cold
It often the beginning of ecrious affce
tions of the Throrit, I'.nuiclilal Tubes,
and l.uns. Tlicrt'fore, the linjort.im-e of
early and flT.Ttho t nutttiviit cannot be
tivcrestiniatcd. Ayrr'a Cherry Pectoral
mar always he relied niwn for the speedy
cure of a Cold or Consh.
I.at Jannury I attacked with a'
BPM'rn Cohl. which, liy luglect and fre
quent exHKiires, te;inic worse, flnajly
aetlllng en my luucs. A terrible cough
aoiiii followiHl, nri-otiipanleil by pains ia
1 lie chest, friuu which 1 sntlernl" iutcruejy.
After Irwiiir variona n-nirdira. wllliout
olitniniliir relief, 1 roiuiiicui'e.l tukiug
Ajcr'n t berry Pectoral, and waa
Speedily Curei.
I am aalh-ffrd that this remedy aavH my
life. Jun. ebslcr, l'nwtueket, U. I,
! contraeted a aevoiv cold, r, hlch ead
deiily doelopid into I'nennioniu, prcl
init VlaiiKorotis nnd i.l-tiii.itc stuiptnais.
My I'liy-ieiiin fit once vnb ii'd the use cf
Aycr t'licrrv l'eetm-rl. IHs inslnn-lloir
were follnwisi. mid tin- n ult wan a rtipte
ami peniciiient cure- II. K. Hlmpoon,
liogeni l'niii'lc, Texas.
Two years npo I nillV red from a sovcro
( old which aetlleil on my Ltins. 1 con
sulted varlntiH iiliysiei.'iiiH, and took I'm
liieilielnes they preeiilml, lint tsssdveil
only tetnHiniry I li. r. A frit nd iudtietsl
inc'to try AVer's t'lu iry Pectoral. After
tikin two liol lli'. of tiiii iiiiilii Inc I wus
cured. Since then I have tjv, n the IVo
toiul to luy children, u.id eoiisiilcr it
The Best Remedy
for Colds, C'otiirhs, mid all Thixut aud
l.uiin iliseiises, ever used In my fauil))'.
iiulx'l t Yauderiiool, ileiub llle,' I'o.
Some tlmo aco I took a alight Cold,
which, being iie-k eli'd, irrew worse, aud
aetlleil on my lung's. I had n hacklrar
couch, and was erv weak. Thoso wlia
knew tuo best considered my lifo to be)
III great dulltrer. 1 continued to) suffer
until 1 coimnciii'ed iialiur Averw Clicrry
1'eeloral. Leas llian one iKittfe of tliia vai
uablo uieilieinc runsl inc. mid 1 fis l tb it
1 owe the preservation il my lif.i In Its
ciuiilive jiowers. M r. Auu lAtkwood,
Akron, New York.
Aver'a Cherry IVctonil is cntiik rcd,
here. Hie one ureal rem. ily tor ull dianesea
of the lliro:il and liiii'.s, and ia ItMirn
in ili'liuiliil than any other medicine of Its
claj-s. .1. 1'. Kobcils, Magnolia, Ark. -
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Iir.J.C Aver k Co., t-owell. Vi.
eclil by liruntl.u. price (1; aia boulea, fo.
mmm
e-jL!
MiniT
barn
" Wtsrfo rirt'v tvrHfv iJ'ii itTMrtr'ftV4
nrranrrrtHtnt for ait tU Monthly nv (Jhjt
ttrin iratointjs of (A riMflMiiia aSVddej I.vtru
ior.ntnt rind m prton nmnapt anA oantrul
th )r.in lrttiiWtHf, unU that th if
an oonrlnfU l ttf hoHtyt fnrne nnd in
povd fiiitUtmtnrtl all f nrtt, und tv au'hori
(V Company to thU ethaatt. with fc
rn'ii'iV ft ynjlr itf lacked t iu U md'
wrtWrtrunU.'
ftstain iMnion are.
IVe, (As an'ferstVHe, fliiiilu nail iankrt,
will f.fii ait i'ewe, dmic ,n JA f.rwmmu
AiUtt Jtttrit irAieAaoig 6e presensnf el oaue
Couatrrs.
J. II oeJLIIIV.I'rea. I.n. Nnl'l nanlt.
N. II. KF.NNKUY.rrea.NtateNnl'1 Ilk.
A. UALUWIN, free. tl. O. Nat. Ilk.
USPRKt'EBKNTKB ATTUACTIOS!
Over llaira Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In ISM for twenty-Dye years
by m legislature lor Kducational and
Ubaritable purposes with a capital of ft, -(lim.tio
to which a reserve fund of over f AO, -(ssi
has ainoe been atlded.
liy an overwhelming popular vet Its
franchise was made a part of the preaenttstate
Ontisttlutiot., adopted ltooeniber Hi, A.D.
nrrw.
Ita 41 mod Nlnala Nnmher Draw
Inita at III Hike plaoe tnonrhly. laesw
amies or poslpoaes. Look at the folloalog
Distribution i
lUUItatsUAND MONTHLY
ASIl THB
Extraordinary Oiiailtrly Drawing
In the Academy of Music, Now Orleans,
Tueadxy, Harris IM, IHN,
Under tho persanal supervision and ao
aKcment ol
tivn.il. T. Ilennreaard.of Lontaalna, an J
Ueu. Juu.M A. Kioly.ol Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
erNOTirK-Tickets are Ten Dollar
only. Jlalvns. Hit. Kill lis, e)4.
Tenths, HI.
LIST OK I'HI.KH.
1 CnpiUl I'rise of. JIM,III ..JI,M,OfB
1 Oraoil Prise of. Ml, mm rV),ism
1 (iranJ I'rise of VII, o iji.msi
2 Large- Prises or lll.uuo 1 Ml.tss)
4 Large l'riiea of, o.tmO ., Jn.isio
2H Crises of 1.IMI.. ...... l,(io
Ml Prises of.
V) Prises of WKI... ;l,lxl0
as) Prises of. !..... t0,UH)
null Prises of. 1KI ,. ftU.llog
UUU Prises of Ml ., 60.IHW
irraotiaATiim rsisas.
100 Approximation I'riies of 2U0... 20,000
Km Approximation ('rises of Kill... 1U,0IK
1UU Appruximulion l'riaea of 75. . ,000
2279 Prises, amounting to Vi,M0.
Application for rates to clubs should be
mail, only to the office of tbe Company In
New Orleans,
Kor further information write clearly,
riving full address. fONTA L BJ OT KM, Ex
press Money Orders, or New York Kxohanaw
In ordinary loiter. Currency by laxpreee tail
sums of If) and upward at oar expense),
addressed
H. A. DArPHIR,
Mew Orleaata, LA.
Or H. A. nAUPIIiar,
WnahlBBioss. Is. 4'.,
or at Wrsl t'ourt HU, Heinphle, Teaxa
Male V. 0. Money Orders Bayable
und address Registered Letters to
HEW OHLRAWN NATIONAL BANK,
Mse SSrleasM. I.a.
M.
STANLEY,
1 rwfrnin 4, jf t- ..Vs 7 W 'T
VHii- tr" t "'' "V,"-, rrsf'r'"T'T,f
atfflrieieiti"
S3
-.ST"::
FUNERAL DIRECTOR,
an BIsMllaon Nlretel. JtetsxinMa, Ten p.
AruL.li stock at wooden and ej.talita
Cases and Oaakota. lliiriol Hobes, etc.,
always on oand. Orders bv Tnleiranh or Tal-
eohone P-ftmo'ly atniel to.
ItLMKUY l'HAttt A VtCtllB Of YOUtJjllllUllaliejnr
MsauhcxxL, atii., taasvinc tried in m mvtry kaa
r(iniwtT,heM(liMyTfiiriT A niiiiUiDaviirtof Mlf-ortx,
bm w.ti rinr i KKKK U) hi ,Mowii(fvi.
J-U.HKt-VK..3t;bfcaimiat.Jw Vortjh
This BELT or He
geoer uir is madeex
pressly lor the oure
ol deseneration of
the generative or
gans There is no
mistake abou thlsin
strument tbe cob -
-mm
FORM
stream of
IRlUiT V per-
tnronaB us
us restore
them to healths action. Do not coniouo.t
tbia with l.le.itrlc Bolu advertised to cure
all Ills from hesd t toe. It ! for tbe ON K
aieciSa purpose. For circulars citing iutf
nformatlion. address Cheever Klectric Belt
Co.. lrti Washington street. Chiea , III.
Administrator's Notice.
HAVING qualified as administrator of
theastau of Kiank Duncan, deceased
notice ia borabv riven lor all part es bavieg
claims sgainst said estate to lie same with
me: and all parlies indebted to sa d. estate
will wttir at mm. Vemi'Ms, Tenn.. Jan.
Manhood Restored
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