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THE WASHIJiUTON 1 ERRITOKT
DILL II THE SlSaTE.
Entllit'i Wma rinBVg AmpndmtMit
' DefrtfJ-A Dull Vtj Id
I the Hone.
Wahihtoh. April 9. Unite j
motion of Mr. St. Mania La a night
session wan orderel lor die 3th if
May for the couniiiHratidn cf rtfolu
tiona rvlatiTH lo the death of Michael
HaliD, lata). Reprwriitative from the
State ot Louiainra. '
Mr. Forney A!a.ked ananiraoua
corjeeot for the rrenent consideration
of the joint resolution makiDg an ap
propriation for the relief of sufferer!
from the floods in Alabama.
Mr. Beach N. V. ohjecled.
On moti( n of Mr. Kva.an Tex.
reeoln ion was adopted calling on the
(Secretary of the Interior f . r informa
tion rt Utive to the diacrimirationa
gainst the Denver and New Urleana
Kiilroad Company by the land grant.
Af r the call of committees for re
port! of private character the Honae
went in'i committee of the whole, Mr.
lla'ch I Mo. In the chair, on the pri
Several hills were Kreed to when
the coiiiii:ittee ran afrainet snag in
the shape o( a hill directing the Quartermaster-General
to settle with the
McMinnville and Mnnchf Hter Kailroad
Company of Tenneeaee. The amonnt
involved' in the bill is 24(l,r,0O, and a
long dieciifwion ensued upon the meas
ure, but no anl ion wri tiken. The
cooiruiitne then roue.
Mr. O'Neill f Mo.l aksd unanimous
consent for I lie irenent consideration
of the following r.o'iitioni :
Rttolvrd, 1b.t th IIouhh of Kepre
enta'ivn cf the Unitnl Ntutes earn
estly svmpHthiii'j with the K Hon.
Wm. K (iladstone and bis ai ociates
in their edVrls tt secure a free Parlia
ment for the people of Ireland, and
congratulates the people of that hith
erto unhappy couMry on the prospect
of an early en.l enccewiu! twrniaatinn
of their long and ra'riotic struggle for
the right ol slf-government.
linulvnl, That the Speaker of the
House be directed to lommunii ale a
copy of thebe ratolutiona to Mr. O lad
atone. i Mr. Cox lN. 0.1 oblect-d. and the
. resolutions wire not received.
The evening eerslon will be for the
consideration of pent ion bills.
The House at its evening session
passed twenty-five pension bills.
Adjourned natil to-morrow.
: the Neaate.
1 Senator Ihgalls, by rfqnsit, intio
duced bill ta piovide for the appoint
ment of a board of arbitration to ex
amine and settle difference between
railroad oomjanies and their em.
Senator Stanford submitted the cre
dentials of the Hon. Ueorge Hearst,
The credentials having been read, the
new Senator was escorted to the desk
by Senator Stanford, where President
pro tern. Sherman administered the
oath of cino.
8entor Concer called np the Hotiee
bill providing lor the free transmission
through the mails of the meteorolog
Much opposition to the bill wai de
veloped, and the matter went over for
Suuator FrfeThen took the floor and
addrsed the Senate in support of the
resolution hmtofore submitted by
him In relation to the (liberies.
At the conclusion of Senntir Krye'e
remarks the Washington Territory bill
was placed before the Senate, the
pending question being Senator Kus
tis's proposed amendment, limiting
the right of the suffrage in the pro
posed new State to qualified mule elec
Alter some debate the Knetis amend
JP.en' ,WM fjected-yeas 12; nays,
2d. The yeas were Messrs. Buck.
Berry, Coke, Kustla, Uorman, Gray,
Incalls, Jackson, Maxy, l'ugb, r-auls-bury
and Walthall. A number of
pairs was announced, Senator Morgan
among them. Among the Senators
voting against Senator Euetis'a bill
was Senator Kilmunds.
The Senate then adjourned until to
morrow. CHICAGO, ILL.
A Ueeae for the Veteran or the
Neveath Regiment rw York
To the Bditors of th Appeal :
Chicago, III, April 7. Will the
A pi-sal give the old Seventh Kegitnent
a band by inserting a copy of the in
closed invitation? All Seventh men
are welcome, wherever resident, how
ever circumstanced, or whether they
wore uie ume t r uie gray during the
late nnpler Hantnesp. We all wore the
gray once. Spread the inclosed and
oblige your.', persoiml'y and olllcially,
Announce that they (the veterans of
the Seventh residing in Chicio)have
rented and furnished quarters tor their
uee, aud that of every activa veteran
and ex-momber of the Seventh who
may vis't the city of Chicago.
. Our quarters are with the First In
fantry, I. H. o., at their armory on
Jackeon street, between Michigan and
Wabash avenues, and a detail will be
on hand every Monday evening
throughout the year, charged with the
agreeable duty of welcoming Seventh
Kegiment men. Cordially,
UKHALD JJ. STANTON, fte.ldent.
Cbioauo, III, March tt, m.
THE CROOKEO ALDERMAN. "
TWl-w lanallealrd la the
Braaay rraarbtM Swindle. .
New York, April 9. District-Attorney
Marline today said: "Kx Alder
man Charles B. Waits is still at Mr,
Nicholls's house. He is under tbe con
trol of this cilice and wll remain to
until we are entirely through with
him. The statement that has been
made Implicates a crent mm? men in.
deluding all of the twenty-two Aldir
1 men who voted for the Broadway
3 franchise, one outsider absolutely, and
J four or live others iufurentially. He
t is adding to his statement Avmi-v Haw
r I am glad te say, in fact ,1 may Siv,
: I that I am delighted with the progress
ief the case so far. Now. as to th.
i whereabouts of the men whoee names
' liave been connected with this affair,
Keenan and Moloney, I believe, are in
Canada,' Miller Is in Florida and I
think Dempsey is there alto, but I
should meet certainly like to know
where he is. Rothman. I understand.
has not been here since this investiga
tion began, and I am told that he
flailed for Germany several months
ego. DeLucey 1 do not be
lieve bas run away. As to
to the others, I have only this
t fay 1 believe that all those men
who did not go away originally will be
nere wnen wanted, wy bonnet con
viction is that there were just twenty
two Aldermen mixed up in this
bribery business, and of outsiders,
bribeis or middlemen orothers, almost
?o many more. I know of at leatt six
oaMdora who are Involved, accord' ng
to the evidence In onr possession al
ready. I might add that we have evi
dence of corruption aid bribery in
connection with other franchises than
that of the Bioadway railway, and for
other years than 184 amass of it
that would be annVient to convict, I
think, without the Broad ay evidence
at all. James Richmond his been ar
rested by Onira' OlBce detectives, and
is now located up tt the beail'iuait'rs
on an Indictment charging htm with
being connected with the Bruadway
railroad franchiee bribery.
James A. Richmond is Prepident of
the Broadway Surface Kailroad Com
rany. He ws arretted on a bncb
warrant issued from the C jurt of Gen
eral Soesiijtis. ' His arinst followed as
one ol the Un-t and direct results of
Alderman Waite's confers on. Mr.
Richmond was for a long time at the
Brevort Howe when Mr. Waite was
owner of the hotel, and Alderman
W site's confession makes him out the
chief maaaper of the boodle business
who put Waite up lo all the tricks
and jobs by means of which the fran
chise steal wai accomplished.
MIL GLADSTONE'S SCHEME.
HOW IT III HEUAHDF.D BY THE
PRKNN OF MRKAT BRITAIN,
Editorial I'omraeaU of the Iadlaa;
Papers A Ureal Diversity of
London, April 9. -The newspapers
throughout Ureat firitain and Ireland
comment at great length on Mr. Ulad
i tine's schmne for Irifh government
The Liverpool 'orf says that
whether Mr. Gladstone is etucesfrful
or not in carrying his bill through the
ni: & .... .
i HMiHineiH na iivh torever mien op
nreminn and coercion In Ireland.
1'ropo'als so unexpected as those made
by the I'reiuii r, the Pout sys, require
time to consider. Ttie Mancheater
O'wrrditm says it is a scheme suhs'an
tially for the repeal nt the legUlative
union between Great Britain and Ire
land. If the bill is not rejected by
Parliament it must in its central
fenture be re cist. The representation
oMrelind at Westminster must be re
tained. Then, with this modification,
the meaiure may pass.
The Newcastle Journal declares the
scheme be cumbersome and un
workable. Besides that, it is crude
and dangerous and is certain to be re
The Newcastle Chronicle on the
olln r ht nl says: "Though the measure
may admit of improvement in detail
it is the beat scheme presented to
The Edinburgh ticottnum says: "The
bill will not do as it itands. The ex
exclusion cf Irish members fromWest
minster will be fatal. Mr. Gladstone
hue approached tbe subject with he
roic spirit, but his desire to be gener
ous to Ireland bas carried him too tar.
He was asked to give home rule, end
he i roposes to give repeal. It is (ate
to say that the country will no: sanc
tion the scheme."
The Edinburgh Dtiily A'ffitfui recog
nls?s Mr. Gladstone's ' pure, lofty and
patriotic alms," but siys it is dissp
pointed at the exclusion of Irish
members ftotn the Imperial Parlia
ment. 'ihe Edinburgh MmttVun Rcjvrmer
communis the rchurue, and pleads for
Scotch hnmo rule.
The Aberdeen Journal pronounces
the proposals repulsive to every in
stinct or the British people and fatal
to Mr. lilad-.toue'a reputation.
Dispatch e from all over Greet Bti
ta:n and Ireland show that every
where popular interest was absorbed
in the outcome of yesterday even
ing's proceedings in the House of
Commons. Extra editions of the vari
ous daily newspapers were got in all
the provincial towns as rapidly a
news could be obtained from London
and printed, and tbe sales everywhere,
are reported as having been enor
mous. Country peoplo went into the
townieveiywhereto hear the earliest;
and latest news from Parliament.
The Liberal papors, the Aberdeen
Free lrm, the Glasgow Herald, the
Belfast WTiig, the Londonderry Stand
ard ate a 1 opposed t ) the bill.
The Leeds Mercury says it Is ingen
ious, able and original.
The Birmingham .Poit says it will
not undertake to give a decision oh the
bill. An examination of the measure
is nwcessary b fore an opinion can ba
The Dublin Preeman't Jotirmtl ap
proves the scheme.
Tim Dublin Jrisk Tt'mnand the Dub
lin KxirfM both disapprove of it.
In (Ark there is much excitement
over M r. Gladstone's proporals, but the
general opinion of the people is favor
able to them.
This afternoon's London Glvbt pro
nounces the bill a "thinly-veiled pro
ject for total separation of the Irish
nation," and says the measure is al
ready linomeil to failure.
Ttie l'all Mull fJ.uWV Havnto. it.
leading aitirla bill, and heads the arti
cle, una nont lo. Tiie editor
renudiktoi the nrhKmn ami m- m it
stsads it places a premium upon
separation. The article insists upon
lie maintenance of tha an nrma
antberitv of the Parliament at Weat-
minataf in all !.:
' iuiii mating to ins
subiocts of the Ciown,
iue.ftco es it tees the Libctal
ranks diaor an ixed and the party en
feebled and broken, through Mr. Glad
stone's Sffntifim in npiturlatrlnn tk.
scheme on his su?e responsibility.
Cordlallj ladormnl by Irlsh-Aaierl-
BiffALO. N. Y.. Anrll 0T,
nurdal rubllshei interviews with
James Mooney, ex president of the
Irish National League of America;
the Rev. Father Cronin. one of thn
leaders of the Jemrne: Ansel M. J.
Smith, president nt ih 1 rvikd hrnnnh
and other prominent Iriih-Americars'
ii-jr an (oruuuy muorse uiadstoue s
st plriobTc aITseryice.
The Most Rapid Work Kver Dnae
lor Amrrlraa Kenapera.
Nkw Yohk, Aprit t).-The superior
cable service of the Amor-iated Press
yeeUrJay deserves spejal mention.
It was the most rapid and tbo ongh
work ever done lor th American
newFpapers. Fcr the first time two
distinct repotU were made, one for the
afternoon naneri nnl mnii ...
ing an a'most verbatim reportof Glad J
atones ori.t inoonl. -i... . .1
T.i" 7 ausiraoi 01
larnell e, with the comments of the
London papers n the measure pro
poied. The daeciiptive parts of both
reports were in good tas'e and highly
graphic, and the transmission by cable
was free from urinra ti,- i .... 1
w. .iiu nlU'lllirU
1 ie-s had made very liberal atr.nge-
ujduio ix L.inuon ror tins work in ad
vance, ths imui ovr.LP; 1 .
. , ' - iaJICULTU uinu
being employed a-d no expense being
spartd. The matter was handled at
this end with mirli ilisnni..), k.i k.
" ...( u 11111 v i. a
last word was supplied te editors by
""""''" "o repon nni a nroau
page of the Timet
Watson's Bitumen Concrete is abso
lute proof against dampness, seepage
bdu raw. xeiepnone V6ti.
THE FICIirjT LIMO.
F1TE OF THE RIOTERS KH.Ltll
AND TEX WOUMTEI).
The Cause of tbe Dlfllcullr-Tlte
Trouble Not tet Set
tled. Lakkik), Tf x., April 9. Two of the
men wounded in yesterday's political
conflict died to-day. The rettinisnow
show tivo Bota partisant kilNl and
ten wounded. There were five funer
als to-day. Business i practically sus
pended. The Belknap Killes, Stiite
troops . aro exporteil to arrive by
sjKHial train to night. Tho following
petition, signed by many citizens, was
telegraphed to Gov. Ireland this morn
ing: ''We understand the State trooriK
are on their way here to preserve the
peace, we moet earnestly protest
against tho State troops being placed
under the control or direction of tho
authorities of Laredo or Webb coiintv.
and more esiwoially that the sheriff
have no control of the men.
CITY MABSlIAt. IIAYAKO
gives this statement as to the cause of
yesterday's outbreak : "The llotus im
ported men from Mexico and defeated
our ticket, so they undertook to in
H ilt us by burying our 1 artv in eiligy.
The boys would not have it that way,
and we could not restruin them whe'n
they saw tho liotas, headed by tho
city ami county othYials, carrying
Winchesters and marching to the
jilu.a to bury the Huarches. Al
though outnumbered four to onf, the
I Inarches gave the ltotiw a good
Buy an I was u candidate for r--election.
He hns iiui'lc good record as
an officer, and his friends will contest
wum seen at his residence in Fort .Mc
intosh this evening and made, the fol
lowing sta'enient: "1 expected the
trouhloand did not waittolx! requested
by cither party, but marched my men
down double quick, bearing tho first
shots. 1 know that the Sheriff, Sun
chex, was a leader of the Bota party
and that City Marshal Bavurd was a
Htiarches leader, therefore there
was no legal authority to protect the
peaceable men and women when the
coiitlictcommenced. I noted whollvon
my own responsibility in tho interest of
humanity. There is no State law that
authorizes my action. The emergency
did not admitof delay, so I determined
to get authority from the War Depart
ment. I never saw two parties bettor
prepared than were the combatants
when they saw our soldiers lilo in be
tween th-m. If necessary I could,
however, justify my action thnt I
tlloveil niniftlflf invniliira Fr.,1,1 t .i v 1 ns
as I have knowledge of numbers of"
men coming over Irom New Laredo,
M-x., carrying arms, in skill's. Thirty-
two carbines bunded over to 1110 lost
night nro such as I never saw any
where except in the Mexican civil
service. I shall keep a detachment of
troops on guru at tne poHtotiice, cus
tom house and nfttiuiiul han't until
the Sluto forces arrive."
Col. lturmird's action is highly com
mended by nil parties. To-day it is
admitted that the battle would hnvo
been kept up all night and hundreds
killed bud he not acted promptly. The
colonel led the forces. As lie crossed
Main street the bullets were Hying
lliicK ami taut, tint he tinned neither
to the right or left, but inarched his
men to tho PI11r.11, and, swinging his
sword, commanded the combatants o
retire. Sheriff Sandier, immediately
handed over Iiih arms ami called oil'
the Rotas Lieut. Thurston's action
during the excitement was daring in
the extreme. The situation to-night
is one of quietness, but the trouble is
(IRKAT INTBIiKST MANH'KM'KO AT M'KVO
A Nnevo Ijiredo, Mexico, special
says: This city is greatly interested
in tho outcome of the Uiredo, Tex ,
election troubles, innHiniidi as It is un
derstood that should the ilunrrucbe
faction come into power they would nt
once take steps to form a connection
with this city by buildings bridge over
the Uio Grnhde'river for wagons and
street-cars. The Bota party is opposed
to such improvements. They have
been in power several vears, and have
ruled the county and city with a firm
hand. Until they are minted the
bridge md street-cars w ill bo things of
the future. A prominent Mexican
government official calls attention to
the fuct that tho tarcdo nfl'rny was
really a more serious matter than the
recent Mexican revolution at Mon
terey, which was made so much of by
the V'nited States press.
The rn al tJalveston.
Gai.vkstos.Tk.v., April i) A speciul
to the Xewn from Ijire.lo. Tex., savs at
daylight yesterday mo, ning the Ved
oral troops withdrew from the city, no
disturbance whatever having occurred
during the night. By 8 o'clock a.m.
the citv had apparently assumed its
usual business aspect, and tno day
passed quietly. Since the dispersion
of tbe rioters on Wednesday evening
by the United Mates troops, not an
armed citi.en has been seen on the
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sireeis a uuier ieeung. now ever, ex
ists between- the two political parties,
and tbe least overt act would fan it
into a tlaiue. Following is a complete
list ot the killed: tstrevan Ileruan-
der, Librndo Guerrera, Uicardo Gon
zales and Kouian Kodnguer.,Mexicans,
and O. Burdett and Gregerio Sanchex,
Americans, lwelve wounded men
were Jon ml yesterday, at least four of
whom are thought to lw mortally in
Iiprni Trala Wrecked.
Kmiier, 0(t., April The liavted
exprtss on tbe Michigan Central Rail
way, which Vt IVtioit ac midnight
lest night, ran into a freight train
which was pu ling into a siding bere
this nnrniny. The engine and sev
eral coaches of the express train were
thrown from the track and the engi
neer was s Uhtly wounded about Uie
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have been used by tho peoplo of the V. 8.
What better certificate could they have
iLKMING BKOS., Pittsburg, Pa
(OR HAI.K AT
D. L0WENSTE1N & BROS.',
Agenf for Wemehl., Tmm.
A MONTH and BOARD for S lire
WW' Vi.ui g Mea ot Ladies, la each coun
P. W.11MULKBAC0 Ph adelphla.Pa.
( 1 HOMEOPATHIC
Thongh palnfiil and wearlnc almost ricyrmd! "Hud
enduranou, it not an lncuraliledw'aue tf t'ri:iil-
ed In time, tvrliaiw no wticr iIImjusc has ni
Damea the ettnrta of wienco and meiliciiK? as ; . W. W. Baxtul At D w tn
thls,butatuta roiniMlybaslHadi.-over.1 in , ' .. ,
thfCVVo whl,'n CURE3 KHEUMA-! rffTBMa.Zmo,t?n snprosto sll other
SVYWXWMXlSM ,,, fa h(.ni, :S(Urtnjnal
dorsed by many of U. Leading Physicians. c: WoiuuliM- v- saacsngo. HI.
WHAT THEY SAY: I n TowOALDtra fairtrtaL eadthmk h
"TonaALTJia ia doinr all I hat Is clslnw Jf fl rl,. IL "l nuaeUjr 1 luva eirer foaud tur "
O. C. bxu tur. Al. U.. Cauirili, U , B. F. Dath, bYargeon. Ho.
FOR SALE BY ALL DBITOGISTS. ITtlCE ORE DOIXAB PER BOTTLK.
A. A. WELLIES?. Role PmwHiif. Tl and 711 WARHLNOTON AVENTTK. 8T. LOUIB.
liXJMBEB TAED !
Jlrlnklcy, Ark., Manufacturers of 1
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
AID DEALERS IS
Door, Sub, Clinic, ., Dressed Flooring-, Ceilinir, Weather-Bowdlng;
CypreHM NblngleH, I.atbs, lite
sw-Onr facilities are unsurpassed by any sawmill in the 8outh for HI. ing orders promptly,
flooring, Celling, Siding, btep Lumber and Cypress Shingles a specialty; also. Framing
Lumber of all dimensions. We make the Wholesale Business a speoial feature. Orders
solioited and promptly filled.
GEO. BAYJUMiEIl, AGENT,
No. 124 Jefferson Street Memphis, Tennestiv-i.
C. E. WITESMAN.
369 MAIN STI. MEMPHIS. TENN.
AT CRAIG'S SEED STORE,
Farming Tools, Grass Seed, Garden Seed, Onion
CORN ATJD COTTON PLANTERS.
K, & fcftAICHrcO., MEMPHIS.
LEitrlUO.,of Como,i88. F. XL. iNOUFLEEl'i Kesldent Partner.
o. 3fti Front Street
Jloba 8. SalllTABi.
yiiolcsale Grocers, Cotton JPctor
And Commission Merchants
232 and 234 Front Si., Memphis, Umi,
UETWEEH ADAMIS AKD J EFFEBNOK.
Mr. I. N. RAINKY devotes hli whole time to the weighing and sa'e of all Cotton entrusted
to otir charo-a. Cotton Warehouse. 45 Washington street.
Crab Orchard Water;
HOftnuIno Crab Orchard SnHn In iciilodpackftini at U
H CRAB ORCHARD VV TER CO., PronVs. NIMON N. JONFH, M' fiir-1
a xi v n L iir uuvri OUT
T. H. MILBURN,
JAMKS 8. ROBINSON,
DeooalU recelTed In toml of $1 And
erWeUbuy 'and sell local Inrostment Bonds and Securities renerallr, fay tales, actai
trustees, and, In general, execute any financial business requiring a sate and responsible
iaane drafts, in sums to suit purchasers, on all part of Europe.
aurW. have a commodious Vault for th deposit el Taluablea, which is it the service o
our easterners, Free cf Charge. .
D. P. HIDDEN, Prcldent. KWD. GQIiDSMITU, Vice-President
JMES KATH4N. rhirr.
J. F. HOLST &BR0.,
(BUCCftSSORS TO G. B, HOLST A BRO.)
no JrlAIN NT.. MEMl'UIS.
A FULL and eomplete stock of Wood and
M.t.llic Casea and Caskets, Ctcth-CoT-ered
Caskets and lturial Robes always on
hand, war Orders by Ul.araoh promptly
Bit. C. SWADT,
OA K 8KC0ND 6T., MEMPHIS, TKNN.,
ilT:u haa been In tbia city 1 years, treat
ins; all disoaMS of the Keel am as a Special
ist with uniform success, without the uie of
the ktrtf or ligature. Diseases treated
Constipation, Inflammation, piles. Recta
I leers, Fistulas, Fissursa, Polypi, Catarrh
(Mricture, Kicrescencea around thelReotum
Prolnpiui, Pruitia, llemorrha. Spasm ol
the bi'hmetus. Chronic Diarrhea and chroni,
8 all and ae testimonials,
otisulutios free. At home th seoend
and fourth weeks of each month.
wri ill to Unra Joiut.. uiw ToMjALOa, and
t-I ngr pweut at out and doing weiL"
JOHX E. RANDLE & C0.,PR0PR'S,
08 Second St. MAmnTiia
YlF(l)UiVDEKS & MACHINISTS,
i DKineM, uoiierti, sawmUls,
Itradlord Corn aud Wheat Mill?,
Cotton PrenH, Cotlou lln.
Khaninr;, I'ulleyv, Htc.
SI'K lil NOriCK-Weareprfparedtofill ordera,
nn S...H notice, for the celei rated Hednrt fntnl
Wronstln. ... Pulley. We carry in stock over
Two Hundred Assorted M,s.
-Send for CRtalogne and Prtce-Hst.
MeTmnnin1 Tenn msw
H. J. Clats
A Romodyforall Pldcanwnf thf Liver. Hlft-a
I'onntlpikliun. 1om 1 to S UooonfiiM. I
it nimnft'tn. No t7nti)i9ialta sola in bulk..
mi inn. rofM. 1 u a uwintamiiiiin.
'eta. So enu)i9ialta sold tn bulk.
J. G. HANDWKRKKR,
DAVID P. HADDEN,
JJ AMES A. OMBBKii,
upward, and Interest allowed on same Semi-
SI Kit, young or old,
find the K lee t r io
Shield and Suspenso
ry cure every stage ol
Weakness otth. Kid-
. 'NIC S'1 , ;
ce a, Sexual Systam,
Money refunded tt
not as represented.
Price A and upward.
Pamtihlet free. All
orders must be sent to A merles t van
tr ' , 7fl Mrnnaiwar, New York, as
all our Western offices sire dlacoaiUnnefl.
A Valuable Patent.
Dnnjy'a (Ilerae) Corn aad Pea Plan
ter. HAVING perfected my Invention. I wish
o place it before the public, especially
m.eataoturers. As a Corn Planter, it ia a
perfect succaxs opens the drill, distribute
th seed accurately, uninsured, and cover
the earn., thereby on man perfbrmine; the
work of three. The. have been used in
this section tor over a doien years with per
fect satisfaction. Lan give responsible testl
JOHN H- DAKCY.Daneyvllle,
Haywood eountv. Teem.
WANTPri AGKNTS.Men and Womer
Jjy.I.: ,e" ."IHK CHILD'I
BIBLE " Introduction by Rev. J. H. Vis
cent, D.D. On aaent haa sold 65 in a towi
of 674 pople; one 73 ia a village oi 7V4;oa
new asent H6 in 10 days, on. ia 4 suocea
sive weeks ; one 40 in S days at two diCer.nt
timt..xperience not necessary address
-J, CASSELLACO. 0,'t'd).
4H larborn stmt, Qiieaeo.
rCAFITAI. PRIZE, 79.tM0.-K
Tfrltrta enly SMisviee let -
Louisiana State Lottery Co,
" We do kereby cerHty ti tl at aaperwtM IA
rraarmralaor oil lie tatiV and iai.
r . I, y. .... v i..,mNiV ana ver
(art Vramngi of the Luuuidaa State Lottery .
Coaapaav. aa ta person Manure and eoatro
IA UriT-ot thenmlntt, and that tke saate
are condnur-i mxtt Acw., Jumeee and in
CJOafauntoieardallf if . and tee aettkoria
the Conpany to use In i , ,'. it, with fao
eimilee of owe eienatmree j'i'.u-.V!, in ic ad--oertioewumle."
IVe, the undertved, Banke and Banker)..
mlf py oil Vuee drawn m Tke oemeeor
State Lottenee watca may be preeenud at onr
J. H.OOLESBT.Pree. La. RafI Bank,
J. W.KILBRKTH.Pree.Btate Nal'IBaa.
BALDWIN, Free. JJ. O. Hat. Bk.
Incorporated Id 1868 for twenty-five years
by the Legislature for Educational and
jia,?.t.U Fr.P" "Uh a capital of
eiu,0(J0 to which a reserve fund of over 550.
000 ha tine been added.
By an overwhelming popular yote Its
franchire was made a part of the preaentState
Constitution, adopted Deoember 2d, A.D.
The only Lottery ever toted on and (ndoreed
by the people of any State.
It never eealee or postpone. .
Its Cis-and SlDKle N auiaer llrawlltf
take place monthly, and Ihe I. a.
Iraorrtloary llrawinaa rvatnJarlr ev
ery three tnnulhe Inwtend or hemU
Aiinnnlly aa'lierctairere, bea-lnnluai
A HPLF.KDin OPPOHTDilTT Ts
7,.,N.,tOK,,'M:' FOURTH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS l, in THE ACADEMY
OF MUSIC, NBWOHLEANS. TUESDAY.
April lS,Iss-lMt iiouthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 875,000.
100,000 Tlek eta at rive Dollars)
rraetlona, In KlfihH, Its
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital prise..- ..
1 Capital priie ....
1 Capital prise .
1 Priiea of trtOilO
5 Prises of 2000
10 Prises of Hm
20 Prises of 600
100 Prises of 200
300 Prises of
600 Prises of
1000 Prises of
9 Approximation prises of S7.S0
9 Approximation prices of 500
9 Approximation prises of 250
1967 Prises, amounting to... (265,500
Applioation for rates to clubs should be
made only to th office of th Company in
For further Isformation write clearly.
givins full address. PON I-AL N OTKK, Ex-
riress Money Orders, or New York Exchange
n ordinary letter. Currency by Express tall
sums of 15 and upward at our (xpente).
n. a. IIAI PHIBf,
New llrleana. La.
Or M. A. DAUPHIN,
WaNbtuarton. D. C .
or at 0 Weal l ean en., Memphis), Tena
Make P. 0. Money Orders nayable
and address Keirittrpd Letters to
NEW OKLKANN NATIONAL BANK,
piw irri.'.ns. n
DISEASE CURED WITHOUT MEDICINE. '
Tothenlok nnd dfthilltAt, h oannM find rf
lief Id the old way in iwulWwiiiu neuHeoua druue
we winh to imprnw the tact UkJet Uiere in a far bY
ter and pletvMntar rmv. Kr.KtTKK'ltY d4
whioh doe Uie work ttlLKKTI,nt BUKFXY.Th
ahore cat Hhown the leteet Inventioa la an Eleetno
Belt, and a 'tut UnprOTenenl cm eartain in ih
we'of a belt now mode. M te la ftet the crown
ing triumph in the woneWfwi fjectrio Hcientm
Boon ae Helt ia charged, ta cox rent is InxtimUw
felt by wearer. Thin Kfeotrie Beit fai nvplied tn ft
new and eoientiflo aUaUiaer infunitui tbe eiectrie)
ourrent into the eplnat miDmjuwhkn in thecenteV
of all the nerTM oi Ute enti re my!, 4nd with oa
pole on the abdomen or other weak part of body,
and the other on the book, ptweintf Uie F.lwtctrieitr
threudh the body, MRDeMtma- erery nervw, tirwoa
and mnaole in it, Hluniitiiae apietit3H"ieUiitf
CD 1 tat inn. in fua-rt. nail
nc ins ei
HkwnaaV ssnrLsaJittintr the ai
eolation, in feet, reiaTiirorotinit the entire ejrteam
to a healthy, normal ooudititm pnyeeeJly, men'
ly, stcL It will pokdtiTely ewe nerroaR Debility.
raiQH in tn dhok. di
ne in the baok. hipa or llmba, Lambafro, Bhen
aeruompiaini, iryttpeoKia, rkixiuii vvetiknem. I'tsew,
Ac. EJertric StMpssuHory fur men froe with erer
B1t Price ordiotiry Belt, $10; Double Powwr.t ft
W hole family otnwetr name belt. Taej an iaily
warrunted. note a few lute cores
O. 8. Porter, St. Louts, Mo., saysi
MI snffered nomber of yenm with mrtlalParalfb
all, Oonoral DehUUy. do., au.i oould lutnlly drwej
myselfaloud. Vour Httltcurttd me. 1 1W 30 yeturn
younger. l regurd ytiiir Mail nn the greiueiit otin
tire agent in the worM.' S. U. IOIt TEll,TU Pine
Nervous Debility Cured.
For yer hiiw br'ii tro-ihlfd with Nerrone De
btlity.PainH in Rick. Mataria, stc. 1 bought one
of yoar HeH nHvurnl nionfhn una, and nm noe
abont an ntrong untl tea! thy oh avrtand cheeJoliW
reoornmend your riiM'lint'H."
JAMkH H'lANlU UV.hlt. Morwan St., 8t, lsOais
N. T. Plummer, ElRln, III. says!
"Yonr Belt not only twtortd health tomrkIA
ney. but grwitlr twn tiitl nty health generullve1
II. T, I'Lt MMF.II, cirriAHie lUaufemrr,
J. P. Strong. Qrihtoo. III. sayst 1
'Money wonld not buy aiy Belt,"
J.W. Jeffry, Cashier N. -udlnonOiV
246 8. Water street. Chicago savei
"I wne dtlijfUt fully Nnrpnwwl with therorie
anceof the I Ml. After four nwki I wuh entirea
reltered of n nevere niiHnk of Perefoaitifi, and oV
tribute the eompiete mtre fco the Bolt,"
It nhmild be reravvnbered that U cures OQV
wouderful BeJte perform ie after everything elsa
ha failed. Overwbs)aiing refermtee fumited OS)
appHoHtion. Piunih)trt. by nttiil rlo to pay poittetem
AMKIU1UN OALVAN100UHmNh eIaCoaS
i - , , . tr -
" niKumikit'a mvuNH."
The Orlsrlnel and Only Oeanlne,
Bate and always Reliable. Beware ot worth,
si . Imitations. Indispensable to I. ESI.
A your IsrDBiclat tor "I blrbtfrs
r niil. ''and take nn other, or inclose 4
(stnmi's) to us for particulars n i.xttsh by
rrlnrn anail. FaPlK. C'lsl.
eheater e taemlral Co.,
liIS nnfllaua ,', fMlmls . "r
TKA Is K supplied by QE0. C, OOODWllf
lalamle Afmf tHoalen, taaa.
HE STILL TRlFHPirANT.
For nfteenveant thuv hav atjinitilv ni'nsil
in tavor, and with sales constantly increas
ing hare become the most popular Corset
mrougnoui ine unitea states.
Ihe quality isWASiarriD to'wksitwios
a loko as ordinary CoaaxTa. H have
lately introduced tbe O and ft H (rade
with Extxa Loko Waibt, and can turn is n
them when preferred. V 131
Highest awards from all th World'
rreat Fair. The last medal r.'.ved is for
i iaai Dsoaai or Murit, from the late Expo
anion held at New Urleana. While scores of
patents have been nnd worthies, the prin
ciples of th OloTe-Fnting hav proved In
valuable. Retailer are authorised to re fond money.
If, "1 examination, these Corsets do not
prov as represented. l'r sale every,
Thomson, ljns-dD A t'r.. 5w 1'ork
Gentlemen'! t Electric
BELT. 'Trs Saapensory