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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1886.
iD THE COY ALIVE.
riRXDISH 01TR V6B BT 1 KEGRO
Veer Baplet Dane la JUrjland
Killed by Ms UrotkttMa-Law
lnrioiAi. to thi ArriAL.I
Pini Ku'rr, Ark., April 16 Tlie
trial of O. E. lroHlcy, charged with
the Diirder of Frank Brigharu of Ce
dar Creek, N. Y., the particulars of
which honiic iiln apjM'area in the col
umDg of the Aiteal it the time, after
an iare ti.at on of eight days, was
submitted to the jury yeaterday even
ing at 6 oVIoxk. Tiicy ronxidered
their verdict all of laflt night, and at
6:45 o'clock this evening returned a
verdict of guilty of, munler in the first
A HarV Hratal Crime.
Lirrii Rock, Ark., April 16. A
negro maiding in ibe vicinity of
Faulkner's Gap, Whit county, Ark.,
last WtdnfMl -y went to the house of
Tbomaa Alclruh, and, finding a little
twelve-year-old sou of that gentleman
t home, captured the boy and t ok
him Into the kitcheD, where a hot fire
was burning, and toasted the boy
live over the flit men. The child's
piteous cries caused the docs in the
Sard to set np a howl, and the roan
ropped his victim and left. The boy
Is r porn d as being in a crit'cal con
ditio, lh nViih on his bedy end legs
being corked to a crisp. People are
tcouring the ciuutry in search of the
negro, and if caught he will undoubt
edly be lynch'.
Hilled Ilia oarlinmn.
Fkpot, L. I., April 10. Dr.Thns.
8. Taylor, a wealthy resident of Mer
rick, who rjniH lure some van svo
from Texan, yt-'U r.'ay shot anil killed
bis ronctiiiii n, Tfiad (Jri'mmi. The
doctor had a grett reputation as a
marksman, and ytttlarday af'ernion
Gi'mmi. wliol.nl often donn the sumo
thing btftic, p ajed ha f a d zrn liot
tlfs on his head, wlikli were, in quick
Succiss'oq, knocked off by shiti fmin
his employer's revolver, and at flfiy
paces. The supply ol fcot'lea falling
short, and the doctor having one
charge f lila revolver still loaded, told
Uritman to place a tomato can on his
head. This he did and the rioct.r
fired, but jnst as he pulled the trlpger
Oritman slightly raised his head and
-tbebnllit enteied his brain. Tiioje
who are arqnanUd with Taylor's
previous history say that an affair of a
similar ne'are was the cause of him
Hilled Hla Hroiber-la.Law.
Galvistok, Tki., April 16. A
special to the Neu from GoMthwalte,
Tex., says: Yesterday, in a dillloulty
over domestio niat'trj between A.
Barnes snd Charhs Burnett, his son-in-law.
the latter shot and Inntantlv
1- Ml- 1 .1 . . '
aniea me rormer. l i e tragedy oc
curred abont a mile from here. Bur
nett Is la cunt dy. do says his act
wis jattiHable, a Ba nes had threat
ened to waylay and M l him.
. Tha Fruu Ilank I ae,
PrrrpBona, Pa., Apiil 10 The liny
In the cane of McMulliu vs. the IVuu
Bank lieto h. foiiiid for plaint fl Uiia
morning in fie sum tf $.4,623 41.
This was in en ac ion in dmeii, p aiu
tin claiming $08 . 0 1 became the diie
tors bid llidmxd him to Inavn liia
mrney In Hih bi'nk when they knew
it waa Inwilveiit. I ho r ault will open
up a numb, r ol other ca ef, invc.lving
several hunlred thousand dolling,
which were wa ting on the result iu
the McMul.ln kii t.
fr. Haaartt Will Have n Prrllml.
Qalvbmtos Tkx., April 16. A
spet!l Vum tfwrue.Tex , to the Ami
aya: Tlio.nH Hughes, tlm man who
mas slut Wednesday night by Mrs.
l)r. Ban e t while he was advancing on
her husband with a drawn revolver,
died a si o 1 1 line after from the fleets
t f the wi u id At the inqueet the
colored cook raid that Mrs. Bissttt
fiied the IhhI sunt. Hlie will l ave a
prelim: n y ex leiimtion.
"later Hill" ouvlrlnl r Manler.
Loo ist i i.i h, Ky., April in. Win.
Alford, alius "Oyster Itill," a notori
ous cnniiii-il charged w Hi the murder
of Frank Wheeler, waa convicted und
sentenced to nix yea in imprisonment.
Alford and Wheeler had a Htreet light
In HUH) about n w iiiiiin, and Alford
cut Ins throat, nearly severing hi
head with a pruning knife. Alford
e: raped, and was on, y recently capt
ured :n Viiihigitn
llanicml lor Ke.
Kkwcavi a, Kkl, Aovil 10 -Charles
KoblLg in w hnng d her ut 1:03
this aftai noon. Ho diid of e rBngu a
Uon and with verv fl g'it Mrnntrle?. He
made short rHTe.li on I ho scsf
lold reiterating his 1ne,ocen?e, and
while the deputy wai a'jiutiog the
noose areaud his bark shim: "Draw it
tighter; tareweil to tlm world." In
ten tnlae'es the physicians r i ounc
ed the palraMonsoi the heart imper
ceptible. ' Charles Robinson was a
lull-blooded rego, stout and with
rather pleasing features, lie waa
thirty-three yars old this meuth. Us
waa bcrn a sUve in Queen Anne
oonnty, Msryland. and remained in
Slavery up to the time of the emanrl
patlon prrclama ion. Mrs. Klla F.
Gardner, he hi e v c!im of his lint,
J the wile ol Orroa Gardiner.a farmer,
living ru C airmnnt. The crime
wascommiit l oa October 3d last.
Robiwon sou'd have fared biidlv had
he besn taiisht by the infuriated
ne ghhors ol i he victim, who tnrred
out alter him, a rylr-g a rope with
which to lynch bim. 8 metb'ee weeVs
afteraanlB b whs Kreted near
Crumpto", Mryitnd, by Georg Hil
yard (col .re.l) of Chnrrhill. He whs
brorgit t.NewC s le and lodged ii
jail Oe'o!e'3lHt. H B ,riBl tniI0 fl
December Shard resulted in i ou vie-
tion. bat aeetei a ai d-ferred on a
motion f .raiew trial. Tti nntioo
Nwas bfid cl itlly on tbe ground that
"one of the ju-ors had f rmed and ex-
prwrsra n opinion. The prif oner's
iennsel had, lioever, waiv. d tlie
nsoal qmstions in respect to this
jurui. ine rnnit domed the notion
and erpplemerited the denial wnh a
declaiaiiou timt no further applica
tions for n w trils in capital ca a
would be tnienained. "There is
atrong pi oof t oor hand that there s
no wairi.pt for it," said the CLisl
Justice. It is bo: dt ns x tpt in
States h-r there is a slants (x-prev-lr
for il "
Kobian was then sen'enced to be
barged .n April 16, 18S6 He his
prolesed tiinDtir iui ort ai d re
signed to his fhU and rendy to go
"whenever it U the Lord's nil"
ladlaaatlaa al Lnnlavllle Ovrr Ihe
Lcisv'i.i.i, Ky., April !. Tliere is
much excitement and indiyimtUin
here over the reappointment rf Jjrs.
Virginia Thonieoii as iostiiiistn-ettiof
Ixuiayille,and an indiK'iation me-tinir
jius Uvn called and doubtk-w will lie
Jargey attended Saturday evening.
IVmrwrnta are exasperated and Re
publicans are pleased as they claim
Mr. Thomixton is a Republican.
Democrats condemn the course of
Representative Willis and lay the
tlme of the appointment entirely on
him. It is thought Mr. Willis has
killed himself txliticaJly, and there is
talk of burning him in effigy.
JAI k0Jr, TINX.
RMlatlnaa ladoteloa the Obi
River Brlrta 'alr.
larioiAL totsi ArriAL.I
Jacksov, Tsar., April 16. At a
meeting of the Board of Trade of this
citv yesterday the following resolution
lie it remlvrd by Ihf Board of Trade of
Vie city of Jacfoon, Tenn., 1 hat we most
heartily inJorte the bill now pending
before the Uoiigrnss ot tne united
Kites granting to the Illinois Central
Railioad Company permiwicn to erect
and maintain a railnai bridge ai r dm
the Ohio river at or near Cairo, Id.,
believing that such a bridge would
greatly contribute to the interest of
commerce throughout tbe Mississippi
Valley tnd facidtate the inreichsnge
of products between the d.flerent stc-
tlons of our wt.ole country.
Jietolved, That our Senators and
Representsiives in Congress be urgent
ly r. quested t) use all legitimate
means to secure the passage of the
Examination lor th I'altnd Mate
fsriCIALTUTIS APrBAL. I
Jackson, Mim, April 10' There
was a (omi'o'it ve examination here
yesterday, by direction of the Hon.
Cj Jiarksdale, lor app iw tment to a
cii'Ietsbip st the United 8taes Naval
Acaileiny fr mi thin CongresuionRl dix-
tricr. Hi contestants were W. II.
Buck of Claiborne com.tv. Robert
Cansidy of Lincoln, and Kiiltin Cooper
of tliinci'y. the przswas awarded
to W. 11. Buck. The examination
whs ttii.roniili ar:d exhsuMive, beieg
conducted cy ttie Hon. J. K I'rctt n,
State Hup to t uili'iit tf Elaration,
Gen. J. A. Smith and the Key. l)r. G.
8. Roudehiiali, President cf the Jack
son CoIleniatH Academy.
FROM THE PEOPLE.
'Who Nhall Bathe Next Uovrrnorr"
Kkoxvills, Tknn., April 10. You
veiy properly ask tbe above quest!' n
in a recent isrue of the Afpcal.
Amorg the probable candidutes you
mention trie names ol It. h. Taylor,
Oil. Lo.ney, Mr. Dibrell, and per
haps otlier-i, and remark that Col.
Looney is the coming man, and that
west lennessee will stand by him
snddly. Now, let me lay at the out
set mat i entertain tne bigbest opin
ion oi ioi. irney,ano cnetriuiiy con
cede his ability and his worth as a
gentleman. More than this, he stands
nun witn tbe Democracy of E itt Tn.
nessee, and under other circnmatanrAa
would lereive a hearty support in this
tnu oi ins eiats. xou can Imagine
wnai mese circums'ances are. If you
cannot I will venture to mention
them. No one knows better than
y (umell that E.u-t Tennes ee Is en
titled to the next Governor. Surely
your end of the Hiate would not be so
se fish as to deprive her of this
right. Is she intitled ti no
ciuiHiiteiiition at your lands?
wnen did ehe have a Governor?
Can you mention the t;me? Has she
ever kicked the traces? Hai e ever
luen disloysl to the patty? Has she
evt r polled Irom n ernvni.tiou and at-
temi t d to deiuoralir.M the narlv 1 Dirt
she do It when the"sty blues" bolted?
lies sue noi in every contest stood bv
her colors? Is it becanse of her quiet
enbruiHsion to her fate thai she has
Peen slighted snd ignored? Came,
Democrats of West Tennesnee, yon
must be more magnsnimous. Confer
a few favors npon your rtniBsling
orutners in Juet lenneBsee. For these
years asd yeaia they have been toil
ing lor thesnrcMsof the pvrty, and
ttiey have fought against proitiglous
ouus. uui ot tour rr nve candidates
we can present to tbe convention a
worthy and capablo gentleman. There
is Jayior, (liere is Ledgerwood, there
m neiKierson, tbere is Williams, snd
thore is McConnell. H.iely out of this
iiuinuerwe can lurniBti a good man,
Don't you think o? Let Col. Loonev
and ins uosts of friends come to the
tuprort of the strongest man of thli
number Eat l onnesee, if I am not
mimaen, lias always co-operated with
west lenuessee in our pohtical eon
Vvutii n, so that one good turn de
serves anoiher. As is w.-ll known,
bub mi ueeu particularly modHRt In
pressing her c a:ms. Sue liai never
pnslied them. The fict is, her habit
I ai been to take a liHi k tm.iiino
to the h, nor and magnanimity of the
puny 10 ao ner justiee. dim jcbat.
For which outrril nature iit he ivy nn-
with arwlio, drtn hlnf rurtat to mtk war
oo thy or.nm In ord..- to rllm th.ir ooo
trlrtlnn. Ounittpatlnn ia Dot on ol tbott
a (rt direFt that requlr deirorU
EUfJI? ,n f "St Sl Bot '" all,
h k '""e'a's dl' har of a funotlnn, to
r-tonneh Bitton ) ir hotter adaplod th m
anonUv dobillutln and lnlunoui. li..,r
.'i.'l.,,h 1 l'?Ti 0"P'.'ninioo ol lh blood
... ik- .,.-r;.. ",e-
... ....ra.ra fouiveDeia, ana
llkeaba reaiediei by ihe Uitter. hi
aoilon i. Dot llmitad to reilevim he bow.li
Batura'ly and w.thout l am. II "d alth Zir-l-tence,
and at directed, it perpetaatea rec
ount, in the haSit of body, andin I he o"r
liI".0a h d,,tl orna and liver,
t hi '"'-," and kidney
... - v . uwii ,uu ourea dj u.
Amarlaaa Hal I road
t 1NC1NHATI. O . Anril 1ft Tl,
niucr'cau Asocntion of American
jviuioiu Min,rintendentB ha, r..
"ec ea its ollicers snd chnaan Nar
1 ork as ihn next nlace of momi a
number f snl j-ets of intfrwt to the
rummers are iihUer Uim-UNBUnt.
Ihaj Are Mas Harry.
Thore is one thioa nobodv
Kr'B tuat 1, the day It-ey firttsdopt
ed Parker s Tonic as their rrRtilar lam-
uy nipaicine. usrano-a ia an
and its ood effit U so sure, (hat noth'
''. except Kwi nnreinB, are
m eded in a itrsst nij trity of cieee.
Buy it, try t, and afterward it will nr.t
ictjuirn any p a-m I rom ns.
Tobarra laclory Barard.
i lKCiMNATi, O, April 16-Rohert
Hsmnt tn a Imirc t ibaceo manu actory
vuvingioD. ry , burned partly this
ii ommK, oan, n g ft ,ck , fhs
amount of f 60,0i0; insured fjr ItiS.tOJ.
Hroii-a Kmalalaa af Pais
Cod Liver Oil, whh Hypopliorhites,
n Pnlmorary Aflettions and Sctofu
jons Diceases. Dr. Ira M. Lao, New
York, aays: "I have prescribed cottB
Emulsion and need It in my fumily
and em greatly pleseetl with it. Have
found it very eiviceable in Scrn!nlnn
Oiseases and Pulmonary affections."
Haalbrra Paamaarr Acanta.
CiarissATi, O, April 16. The
South! ro paweier commillee, now in
sees on, I ai di cnl d to make ix-nr-
i m ruWs 4 cents a mile tor the loutd 1
RELATIONS 8TB 11 5 ED ALVOST
TO THE S5APPINU FOIST.
The Bartlett Polfonlnr Case-
Cholera Scare In France The
Outbreak at Brlndhd.
Motbal, April 16. A thoroughly
representative pnblic mteting, wnicb
was attended by tbe Mayor. Alder
men. members of Parliament and
leading ritisens, wa held here latt
night Resolutions were ra sed in
dorsing Mr. Gladstone's home rnle
bill. The ball in which the meeting
waa held was crowded, and much en
thnsiacm prevailed. All the speakers
warmly indorsed tbe measure.
Will Beatrlel Pradaetloai to jriala
ix)NDON, April 16. The pig iron
manufacturers of Great Britain have
agreed !to restrict ".the output in order
iu uiuoiuiin prices.
Caviars at BrladUI.
BaiRDisi, April 18. Sixty-eight
cases oi cuoiera nave occurred Here,
ten of which proved fatal. The offi
cials declare that the disease is spo
radic. Cholera Scare la fraaee.
Pabis. April 10 The development
of cholera at Brindisi caueoj a arm in
France, particularly along the Italian
frontier. Precautions of the most
stringent kind are being Instituted to
prevent the scouige Irom invading
Oaaraullua at Aleaandrla.
Alsxandbia, April 16. A quaran
tine of seven days bns been ordered
cgtinst all arrivals beto from Brin
tlisi, Venice end Ancona.
the Aelbor ofiiatl i,e Batalle."
Pabih, April 10. The author of
AratU Le Batulle, the anonymous book
I uhlished to stiow that Fr.tnce ia pie
pared for a German attack, is Col.
Burthelemy, an old cllicer in the
Tbe Darllelt PoUoulna; Caaa.
Lonoom, April 10. The proeecu'fin
in thu Ir ul i.f Mm A ,1.1 no Uu.,l. t
' for ihe alleged murder of her h ribband
ny poison, closed their side of the case
to-day. Counsel ft r Mrs. Bartlett, ia
opening hir rae, indicated that tbe
defense would be based largely upon
the unreliability cf the Riv. Mr. Dy
son, tbe Methodist clergyman who
was Mrs. Bartlett's lover and alleged
accomplice, ami who is tow acting' as
the Crown a chief witaess. Mr. Dy
son was declared by counsel to be a
"liar." Counsel a I so contended that
it waa impossible for Mrs. Bartlett to
have administered the chlcroform
which caused her husband's death.
Tbe Relation Belweea France and
Rent, April 14 The relations be
tween Fiance and the Vatican are
egiin stia ned, almost to the snapping
point, tnu at any moment one or the
other may take a decision ahich will,
at least temporarily, put a stop lo
diplomatic intercourse. (Since he as
sumed oflics M. De Freycinet has
been ii hling to V e pressure put
upon him hyth- R.dual edvocntes I,ir
the hi partition of church a id i tile iu
France. Ho has a eetu u tit d tiieanti-
clerical policy began by M. Jules Fer
ry's "Article 7," and the expuls:on of
eccleriwlical coitiuiunilieii and the
conteinptu'ius reception given to Car
dinal Guibet'e lawt prolesi against the
vexatious to which tde Ciihnlie
Cliuicb Is fxposrd in France have
embitieied the euioldering r b uitiiieiit
l tlie Vhticn, tnd the ill-feeling ha
tieeu fanned by tlie roa-'s Pio-Ger-
uihii aud Italian counnelors. On the
other hand, the French Government
nan not taken otteme at the pro eetert
clianweof relations between K imeatid
China. Pope Len, aftr anxiou-i reflec
tion, and despite the ol j ctioun of the
congrcga'ion of eitr .ordiuui y sffairi".
4ius j'lirt reMolved to treat d're -tly with
the Ueletitial Kmpire in future with
reita d to all oueslions aSectinir tl,
Cutholits iu Cli iii a, an 1 to w tl.drsw
the privilege of prttectirg Chinese
iniRf-ldiis boui hraiCB. In irii.ciole
a similar measure aeon 8 to have been
did Jed on for Japan and Svrie. while.
to euipnaaise iiiiH siariiiug cnarge in
is po:icy, the Vatican is d. awing
tiller rii.ily to Germany nod to Portu
gal, ahioh is tr lie viatited impor ant
pnvilg.sinlndis. The, Papal dec sion
is not yet t fli la'ly not1 (1 id to Fn nee,
hot in anticipation of a rupture I
l ave high ecleeiasi cal antioritv In
stating that M. De Freyciuet bra'sent
Count Lefebvre lVn -haine,the French
Ainfavador at the Vatitan, a le ter of
recall, for pioJuction at a fi t ng mo
ment. DincuHsing the qaettion with
' individual friend and a counselor
of the Pope, yesterdsy, I asked him
what wtuld be the cousiquences of a
It Would do France m-rn harm
tban another commune," said be.
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
S18 -Tlnin Nt., -rteinpblisTenu
Wlahlnar la atatlra Iroan Baalaaas
OArr war r-ailre
STOCK AT COST.
Wa o c a j j 7 f
IU C Kahili
Ko. 4'.,7, R D.-ln th Chancerv Court of
fneitiy eonnty. Tenn. tat. ol Tenneaaea
va. J. ti. llUk.ll .t
Il appo.ring frma lh ama ded hill In thia
rauae 11 at i he defendant. Joaephixe flotrch,
i a non-reaiatnt o Teunetaee, and thai the
name of her n .ililrMn tl. k,i.i..M
heir and dvitt of ilcnru .M iJot-oh are
onki own and cannot b uorrtained alter
dihaent inquirr, and th.t trey are non-reai-drnl
of lb Mate of Tenneve. and ar
made rarMea to thia auit to mtrM u, Ii. t.
tin account nf lh -ir tMere-t in lot 24 county
lot filH, n,.rth aide of Mam itreet, 7"2Hicet;
It l therefore ordered. Toat they mak
their appear . tic here n. at the Cou t llou-
ol (-he by con iy, in Vca,ihi. Tenn , on or
before tbe tlrnt Mond-y In Mny. IHi, end
plead, an.w.r o- dmiur t corep'ainant'
anieniled bil' and ho iwtitinna herein, or
the amn will be nh.n f,,r rtnf,..,..l -. ,n
thrui and it fi.r tearing e Pane: nd that
c"rr oi ti Werner B-putil ahed on- awe- k
Al P- al
iur tu T.ain we ka in 'he a-.amtbia
lh a ia iai f April. 1KH6.
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niajioiDea-every ne i count ienrn ol trom
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and oow weiab I4ii. I uied thirteen bolt ea
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Orricx or ths Cohrirr-Journal,
.. LouisviLLK, Kr.
Dr. MtatfrtmiM, Air I waive u rule 1 hare
rbaerved for many yeara, tbe value of your
remedy prompting me to nay, in reply to
your icqueet, what I know of your Chill
Cure. The private araurancea of ile efficacy
I hail, and tho good rcaulta of ita rfle-ta I
had observed on Mr. R. W. Meredith, who,
fur more than t teon ynnra, had been fore
man ot my offi e. induced me to text it in
my family, lha rc-uli have beon entirely
aaiiafnctory. The firnt cue waa of two
yeara' atandinr, in which I believe every
known rou.edy bad been tried with tempo
rary r, liol- the ohilla returning perlodimilly
and with a emingly iooreated avi rity.
Your euro broke thorn at once, and there baa
boon no recurrence of thorn for moro than
ail montha. The other rate was of aniiMer
form, and yielded more readily to other
rerurdiea; but the ohiil. would return at in-
lorva a u- 1 1 your meiiic ne waa uncd, aince
which time, now several montha, they have
entirely diaiipieared. From the opportu
ni'y I have hnd to judge, I do not heritateto
exnre.a my belief that your Chill Cure ia a
vmIuhIiIo apeoifln, and periorma all you
pro mi ao tor it. tteapcctfully.
ARTHUR PETER A CO., Agenta, Louie
Haw tan l-UKli Anotimof juuthiiliiuliradeDO.
eaasina-Prtiaiatar. Decar. Nerveaa Dobilitr. Lot
ataobood. A., bavin, tried ia vnin erery koowo
reniedj.haadiaooverea a mmpie nieaiuof aelfmveu
win, h ha w II M FUKK to 111. fellow-aaflam
''"': -U-ttl-V la. 3 UiaWiam at,. New xort.
Nun l(t (tk!t'iit Notice.
No 3 !i9, R.T). lll-In t' e diance'y Court of
SholliyC uitf.Tenn State of Tenneiee,
inr i.ae, elo.. va W. K. liutlor at al. aud
it. A. Motitftoinery ot at.
It appearing f o n the amended bill, which
la awo n to in thia earn-e, that the defend
ant. Friink I) Llanoy. i a rea'dent of the
St. t. of N irth Carolina, and that W J Al
bert ia a ranident of the ttate of Marylnnd,
and b ,th non-rn,i IfnU of the (Stale of Ten
neiaoo, and thev have an intareat in certain
Nav-i ard lota that complainant! are aeek
in. to oo:eot taxea on herein.
It la therefore or 'i red, That they make
tt elr app laranoe herein, at the Court-IIoure
oi fhelby enunly, in Memnhia, Tenn , on or
before the Brat Monday in Mar. 1880. and
plead, anawe or demur to eoinnlainanta
On.inal and im..ll.H hill., nf th.. mmm will
be taken for oonleracd a to them, and Bet
tor neanng ei part. ; and tbat a copy of thia
order be publUhed once a week, for lour
auoceialT .eeka, la the Memphii Appial.
Tbi. 2d day of April, 1886.
A Copy A'teat r
8. tMrUOWBr.L, CTerk and Maater.
By II. F. Wal h, 1). v. and M.
Lawrenoe Lamb a"d Ln.e Thornton, Solio
itora for Compla nanU aat
"I HII'MR)? .H'R EaXJI INH "
The rlrlail aiul Only u.nnlac.
Sal and alwaya Reliable. Bewaraol worllt.
limitation!. Indiaienaahlr to I. 11 tin.
A your Itru.ailat lor ' hlchelrr'a
fr-Bigl- 'and take no oth.r. nr InAlm.
(atampa) to ua for particular! ia i.am a by
rt-lnra mnil. n . VAPAa :hl.
rttrater hcmlrjtl '.,
a.Hl.f Mixllaoa Kqaar., hllrMln ,
TKAUKiupplied by flKO. C.U00DW1N
wlilj.ali Aat. Bavaloai, Ran
Electric Belt free
TO introduce it and ebuin agenta w wil
for the net aixty daya give away, tree
pi cnargr, in each county in tbe U. t. a lim
ited number ot our Wrrinaa t.lpclrl
yaaiie fcn-p. n4ry B.lla lrice t5:i
pnaitiv and un'ailina cure for Nervone U(
bility, Varoooele, Emipaiona, Impotenoi
elo. S00.(O Reward paid if every Belt r i
manu aetur dua not generate a gcnuii
elcoirie current. Adtr-a at ooo KLK(
TRIO BKU' AGKNCY, P. 0. Box li;
Hnx'klyn, N Y
2 M ,
., '.w i'--t:.-.'?.,;?'
1 1. ,.v
AW ASD rLA.NlStt-II.IXL, aAVT.l Aktr,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shipgles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts.
SUiSIl'IIIfi, - - TEKJSESSJBE.
a-CAPltAi. prize, 7S,eoe.-ca
Tlebeta only s. Hbaiaa la
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
I do aer6y 6rUfy f.W mporfiM tKt
xraiunMUiot ail (A. Jconlhlv and Omit
tert itrame IA LouUiun Stat Louerv
Company, and ia proa amaac and control
tkt iTrruHnt hmii(m, and that th Maw
ar eonduaed wit: kuneHn. fain and im
good faith toward all-n rtte; and w$ authorial
IA Vompam to m (Am ertt- ru, wuh fao
timiim of our tignatnrt attaeJlerf, ti M ad-
We. As UAlimijHAri. Rank and Saultmra.
will pay all Print drawn in Th Louitiama
OtaU Lotfrw which may o$ prtntcd at
J. U oeLEMBY.Prea La. Hal'l Baak.
A. BALDWIN, Praa. M. O. Iat.Bk
laeorporated In l-)t lor twenty-Bra yeara
ny tne Lgmatnr tor Educational and
unaruaoia parpoae with a capital of II,.
Orio.OUO to which a rorve fund of averlKO,.
000 has tinea been .luii'...
By an overwhelming popular vote ita
francbiae waa made a part of the preaent State
i onaiiiuuon, adopted leomber ad, A.U,
Ta only Lottery ever noted on mod indorted
on the people ol any State.
It never eealem or natnme.
I la Grand Nlnalr Knmbrr It raw Intra
lUe plica moiilhly, aud Iba
Iraorillnnry Itrawmva rranlarly ev
ery thru inonlba luaiead ol krail-
Anaiinil.y b-reavl're, beiclBBluc
A hPI.:MII OPPORTrNITT TO
il A lomiNi;. FIFTH GRAND
DRAWING. CLASS E, imTUIS ACAUKMY
OF MUSIC. NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY,
May II, IV6-19Hul Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PItlZE. S75.000.
lUO.OOOTIrhelaal Plvr Itnllara Eacb,
t riM-llnno. In Flltlia, iu
LIST OF l'UI7.EH.
1 Capital priie...
1 Capital priie..
1 Capital priie...
2 Pruea of jfoKM..
b Priiee of &K0..
10 Priiea of lum.
20 Priiea of 500.,
. 2, i0
. liJ. 0
. 10, ("O
. li.0 0
PKI Priiea of
,'Ki Pritea of 100.
MO Priiea of 50,
1000 Prinee of 2r
9 Approximation priiea ot $7)
9 Approximation priiea of 610...
9 Approximation priiea of 250
1967 Priiea, amounting to. .... tfiio.SiO
Application for ratea to oluba ahould be
maii only to tha offina of tha Gomnanwln
For further Information write etearlv.
givinr lull addreim. l'ONIALNrKa,i.
fireaa Mouo Urdora, or New York Exchange
n ordinary letter. Currency by Expreaa (all
aoma of 15 and nr. ward at nor axpenae).
addreaaed M. A. IIAUHHia,
Siaw Urleaua, La.
Or m. a. narPHiw,
H-aablnarlou Tft C? .
or at 6 Weal Court SI., Memphis, Tea
Sake P. 0. Money Orders Da vat'
and address Kegiatered Letters to
MEW ftKI.K4.NN NATIONAL BANI
raaar Orln. ta
CURTIS & CO.
817 and 819 JW
JT. Second St.fN t
,ct 1 nine
tOI . LUUIO,
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIAN CES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
f WKITK FOR CATALOOTJB. -f
FroplU linprovumrnt or Hot
hprlua. Kearrvatioa, Ark.
Drpaktmrkt or tbb IanaioR,
WathinHnn. Anril 5. 1SS6.
C B AlKD PROH'.'SALS will be received at
k J thia Dep-rtment until 12 o'clook m., Fri-
aay, anril i, Itw,, tor furniahina the mate
rial ana 'unnr required in ooinpletinRtbe cul -Tert.
aecuring hot water anrinaa and lavinr
cortain iron pipe. In the improvement of
1101 springe innervation, at ilot Bonnga,
Illenk forma of nropoaal, areciflcatinna
ami inatrudti ns tobidiloa will be furni hed
npon auplicatinn to thia Department, or to
tne buper'ntendirit of Uot bpringa Ueer-
vation, at Uot bpringa.
IU. L. MdLDROW,
M cting Secretary.
A Valuable Pateni.
Dnnjy'a (llorae) Corn an el Pea Plan
tr. HAVING perfected my invention. I wl-h
ro plaoe it befor th public apoially
m rufacturera. A a Corn Planter, It ia a
perlect nceaaa open the drill, dutriuut
th Had acci. ratalv. nnininrMl. and cover
th earn, there! y on man performing th
work of three. Thai have been need la
thia lection (or over a down year with per
lect aatlafaotioa. nan f iv reapot aibl teitl
JOHN U. DAKCT.Daneyyilla,
Havwnod count-. Te-
Public Admlnlxtrator'i Kot ce.
April 13, 186.
N0TICR ia hereby give that I will, aa ad
miniatrator ol th. eatate or . T. Pryor,
deceaaed. aell at publio auction, lo the town
of LUCY, on th 0. O. and 8. W. Railroad,
all of the perannal property beloniting to de
oedent'a eatate, including n-veral valuable
bora a. Sal to commence at 10 o'clook a.m.
on FRIDAY, April 23. im.
JOHN LOAQUB. Publia Admtnlatrator.
UttUM IS WKALtH.-Dt. K. 0.
Win', Naava ard Baaia TaiATaiay,
agnaran'red apoito for Uyateria, Diaai
neaa, Convnlaion.f, Pita, Merv ua Neural-
Eia, Headache, Nervc-' Proatration, oanaed
y th ua oi aleohol or lobaoeo; Wake
fulneaa, Mental Depreealnn, 8e'tning of th
Brain, reaulting in inaanity and lex ingto
miaery, . deoay and death I Premature
Age, Barren nesa, Loaa of Power in either
" - Involuntary Loaaea and Spermatur
rhea, oerw i by over-eiertioa of the brain,
elf-abuaorovrindulgeno. Kach boxoon
taina on menti ' treatment. II a box, oi
ix boxea (or $5, earn I., mail prepaid, oc
receipt of prioe. We guan-nt,- Six Boxei
to eur any eaa. With each order received
by aa for ail boxea, accompanied wit,,
w wil! nd th purohaaer our WTitten
guararwe to refund th money if th treat
rn.nt do -ot Set a cur, tiuaranteea
iaaued only b A. RbNKKHI A OO.. Drat-
yiwt) . Maamnwi'lt Tw
AJIPRSW 8TKWAET, New Orlaaiui.
Wholesale Grocers, Cot. Factors
SO. S36 AA'D 858 FIIONT STHHET, MEMPHIS, TEXX
STEWART BBOtUbS & COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AM) COMMISSIOxV MERCHANTS,
SEW OBJLEJJtJfS. IXI7INIAIVA.
' Office, 349 Front
L. D. MTJLUH8, el laU J. B. Godwin k Co. JAS. Y0NQK, lata of J. W. Caldwell A Co
MULLINS & YONGE,
Cotton Factors & Com mission Herchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, Cor. Front and Union, Memphis.
Falmerlhorntoi & Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Wo. iO Front sir-ret. : 3f?nii1iiN, 4iui.
SGGS 3 PETTIl
And Commission erchanU,
2flvami SQ2 "Front
A. YACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS.
mh IK(K"BH m m if, i? fa s g
aciaiiirn to PUJiTKi, TAILuS fc Ctit
,nt, W' Sf'" fff. l,i a ia fxr' uXxe
Oil FROIffT STRE3ST. 1 i MEMPITJW. X'KMia
HILL, FONTAINE a CO,
Cotton Factors and
I S fS-SOS Front Hi.
Cotton Factors, Commission ierotenU;
STo. HO Sonth Main St., 8t. Idoulu.
LARGEST BKEWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
S. ROESCHlraR. Aeent, MemTillia, Tenn.
Salca la 1889, M,(MH Bnrrcla.......Ntle
mmtrm ia ia.
MEMO, M.261 Mitt ST
shoe m m
Sol Aetata following
1T KBAHIC'H A"". ABLER C. . FEAST CO.
lXaT I6" l'Aa
ay A NEW 7-OCTAVB
WHto foy Oatalnimon. 1woa.3. and
ELLY, ROPER & REILLY,
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
Ao. 3ua;Maln Streel, Uajom Uloask.'
ANDKKW D. QWlfiflK, Mem
Street, Memphis, Ternu
Ht.m Mcmnlil-s. Teuit.
, Sleuzph la, Tenr.
OH1 awl Bottllaia Work, a Alt DmHNa
Dat u4 iMlioaia, eor.Majla at Aacl li a
of Hatamphla Branrb, 100,000 Ktl
Latest Novelties in Footwear
FOR SPRING AM) 6UMJ4SR.
AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS
W. L. Douglas 93.00 Calf Shoes
In Button, Lace and Con (Tea.
ar III nitrated Catalan and Prise-LUt
Mailed Free on applioaiion.-a
PUN0 FOR tlwO.fM
KFCOI'II NT MF,irIFIH