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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1880.
EE1DY FOR THE ELECTION
ALL ENGLAND FREP1BED FOB
THE CONTEST
Which Will Decide the Fate of Home
Bale for Ireland The Bel
fast Blots.
London, Jane 11. A Parnellite
' manifesto will be igsned rclerung fa
pecialljr to the defeat of the home
ruie ,dui.
PBOTISTAHT HOMK HCLIM.
A number of Protestant Home Ru
lers met io Coik lait ninhtand fo rued
commit'.es to co-operate with similar
committets in Dublin and Bellast in
euppo'ticx Parnellite candidates for
Parliament. Tne a sicia ion wiU not
admit Catholics to membership.
READY FOB THS SLICTION.
Everything is ready f rtbe election,
wh:ch mill beg:n inuned a ely after
the expiration of tbe 1-gal interval of
the official annnnncemtnf, Tre Con
tervt ves and Ucioaii's will mutually
support each other. It is probable
that in some caies fitre will be con
flii la between ctndi lat s of Mr. Cham
beila'n and the Whigs.
IX TBI COMMONS.
Mr. Hugh C. Cbilders, Home Secre
tary, reply inx in the House of C om
mons tlvs evening to Mr. Drobaio,
Conservative number for Belfast, who
asked if tbe government would take
anystp9to prosecute t ho police who
ehitdown inhabitants of Belfast dur
ing tbe troubles of the lest few days,
stated tliaf. lha government was iot
informed that there hud been any mis
conduct on the rart of the county po
lice in Btlfatt. Tbe secretary taiu that
tbe eovernment had the fullest confi
dence in the royal Irish comtabulary,
and did not intend, while the pre se jt
disorders continued, to remove' thetn
from Belfatt and subsiiiuta tbe mili
tary. THE BELFAVT KIOTS.
statement of Reporter Regarding
I be t'lKtiiluK.
Bblfast, June 11. An Associated
Press reporter who was detailed tore
main on the scene cf the liotsat 5
o'clock this morning reported es fol
lows: "I renuineil among the rioters
all night. Tbe grea'est damage in tbe
way of wrecking and looting was done
along the Shank Hill and the York
ro'dj. The fighting in both thor
oughfares wai deipBiale aud continu
ous The mob was composed of tbe
loe:t rofliaas. Tbe bayonets of the
police had do tarrors for them, and in
many cases I saw tbe mob in over
whelming Dumberu press against the
bayonets of the police and drive them
back. Tbe only instances in which t) e
police drove the mob at all, so far as 1
observed, were thoe ia which the
officers in compact line i fired at cloee
range rapid volleys cf buckshot,
These the rioters could not stand
against, and tbey were driven back.
But even under such a gnlling fire the
rioters would drop to tne pavements
and ruth upon tbe police while they
were reloading. It is impossible to
describa the sta'e of terror under
whir:h tbe reepectab'e Catholic people
of Ballast ere now living in conse
quence of the pieva'cnt anarcy of
bigotry. Tbe bnvest of them hardly
dare to venture out. of doors in day
light even. I knnw that shorts of peo-
?le were shr.t during last eight's rio's.
saw ten persons taken to hospitels
thi s morning. It is feared that every
funeral of a victim of the riots may
provoke a freth nutbreak. Tbe law
abiding citizens demand of the Gov
ernment the appointment of a epecial
cnminis ion to ir quire into the causes
of the whole disorder."
Fighting of this kind, at sunh c'ose
rangers to be practical y lia' d to
hand, 'was continued until 2 o'clcck
this morning, when twilight began to
dawn, and so many cf the rioters dis
appeared as fo leave tbe mob cf insuf
ficient strength to longer cope with
the armed police, who succeeded in
dispersing it.
My observation shows that the mob
of last night was composed of tbe
very senra of Bellast. I saw members
of it throwing pavirg stones weighing
fifteen and twenty pounds I even
saw fiends hurling rocks at the ga lant
firemen who were imperiling their
lives in atterrp's to save dwellings
from dt struct on by incendiary fires
and the help'eM inma'es from horri
ble deaths. If anything else were
wanting to prove the character of the
mob, it would be furniehtd by the
dozens of ruffian a 1 saw durii g tbe
night sneaking a ay from tl.e wrecked
or burning buildings laden down with
loot.
FOREIGN MISCEILAM'.
Cholera at Venice.
Venice, June 11. The cholera con
tinues to rag9 bere wilh unabated vio
lence, an average of twenty nww caes
and ten deaths occurring dji y.
Fat II anal Nlcollm' Rellgione Mar
ring. London, June 11. The religious
rite of marritge between Adel na
Patti end Kignor NuoliLi wai per
formed to day in the Pi otts'ant par
ish church at Yatradgvnla-Glinnns,
about seven miles from dagy-No?,
Mme. Patti's residence.
John W or ley al Dublin.
Dublin, June 11. Mr. John Morley,
Chief Secretary for Ireland, has arrived
bee. He is invFS'iuaung the cautes
and history c f the Bel'u-t liots.
Scolllnh Liberal Federation.
Glasgow. June 11. The PcottiTh
Liberal Fecleia ion hi b iaand a mani
festo to tha Liheral electois of Scot
land urgirg them to support in tbe
coming electiar s cote bu'.Ulads'one
-candidates. The Ft-dteraton has en
gaged St. Andrew's Ha 1, the la'gest in
the city, for a ma s me t ng on June
28th, at whir h Mr. Gladstone will de
liver an address and Lord Eosebery
will preside.
King Lad lg Heeare In Hi Caatle.
Munich, Juno 11. A denntttion of
members of the Bavariau Ca'duet to
day proceeded to Houtnschaangan
Cas'le to preient a Ict er o the de
posed King Lad "Jig from Print eLu't
pold. Toey found the visile locked,
and they were not permitted by tbe
King's picketsti enttr. The Mioistry
subsequent'? sei.t a force of gend
armes to the c-stle to force an en
trance for th purpose of releasing
Count Holbtein, who, while visiting
the King last evening on a Ministerial
business concerning the Kegencv, was
arrested by Lndwig s order and lot ked
tip in the ca tR Other gi darmei
have beon detailed ta prfBarve oider
among the monntain people surround
ing the cestle, the mountaineers being
loyal adherents of the King, acd in a
dangerous temper b'causa of the
Sta'e's conduct toward, him. King
Lndwig remains in the meat absolute
teciusion in bis csst'e.
Arrested far tlarder.
&HLBrviLL, Mo , June 11 Joseph
JJGlahD, a f.rmer hying- near bere,
baa been arrested on the charge of
murdering Judge Hunolt, who was
found dead in a field a short distance
from town last Saturday. The prison
er was arraigaed in court yesterday
and pleaded not guilty, saying that he
cou'd poeitive'y prove an alibi. The
detective who made the arreet, how
ever, asbC'ts tbat the bloody knife
with which the judge was stabbed and
the ievolver wit a which he was shot
were foand in Claim's poaseraion.
Trouble bad exi-ted between the pris
oner and the judge for some time
previous to the murder, growing cut
of an adverse decision by the latttr in
a case of law and it was aaid that
Glahn committed the deed for- revenge.
THE HTOBOPHOBIA SCARE.
latereatlaa; Leetara by Dr. BsslUka
at Sew York.
New York, June 11. Dr. E. C.
Spi zka, tbe expert on insanity who
teatiti-d in the Gui'eau trial that tbe
aesassia was undoubtedly ir.sane, read
a paper las', night before the Medico
Legal Pocie'y oa "The Attitude of
Legal Medicine t. Hydrophobia."
K was listened to by many gentle
men eminent in law and physics. Tbe
lecturer held that there was no epi
demic of hydrophobia p-oven in Xew
York or vicinity, and that many deaths
have occurred frcm spurious bydro-
pnooia, Known to tne medical tociety
s lygophobia, end that these wer4 at
tributable to tbe ag tation of the sub
ject of Pasteur's preventive inocula
tion, io prevent so i-e.i usand fatally
imaginary d'staje, the doct-r Skid, it
is necessary to cultivate a healthy
public Ben iment which wi'l fiovn
down the sgititionof questions which
are of a strictly sc en iflc character,
brought out by petsjns with no other
purpose than tbat of creating a
semation. All officers lntiust
ed with tbe preaerva'icn nf
the public peace and health
ahculd be strictly taught that the only
way to discover rabies is by the in
spection of a cimpetent veterinary
a irgcon wIird the animal is alive.
(Some persons who suppose that thy
had the disease have recovered on
learning that tbe dogs which bit tbem
were alive and well. Dr. jpitzka op
posed tbe establishment of the Pasteur
Institute, claiming tbat such an insti
tution was unnecessary. He assorted
tbat one ol tbe incorporators of tee
institute had rontributed to the public
alarm by publishing fallacious autop
sies. Tbe doctor undertook to prove
cis eta'ement by tne prourtction ol
four dogs tbat had been operated on.
Into two of these dogs tbe lectu er
had introduced a portion of a calf's
biaio, in another an emulsion of a
calf's cud, and into the fourth a por
tion of the bra;n of a man who bad
died of hydrophobia while under the
treatment of Dr. Kietchmar of Brook
lyn. The latter wes the liveliest of
tlie lot. The brain of a bull pup tbat
had been inoculated with a calf's bruin
was laid bare. Tbe other physicians
present wre asked if the dog that bit
Miss Morosini. for .instance, bad not
the same tymptnms as bad the dops
here exhibited. The doctors admitted
tbat some of the sy ptoms were simi
lar, and that Dr. Spiizka's dogs were
certainly not mad.
CUBBY CJ1T0N CLLTIVATOB.
It Work Approved bj a 1'lmt-t lam
farmer A rueful and Reli
able Machine.
En.-l.kv Plantation. June 10, Is.;.
Capt. Jno. I.. Webb, Memphii, Tenn. ;
Dear Sib Replying, in refeience to
the cotton cultivating tuacniues sent
to me by Capt. Curry of Hnutsville,
Ala., I am now prepared to fay io ycu
that tbe work executed by these ma
chines is more than Capt. Curry his
claimed for them. Tbe machines have
been thoroughly tested on this planta
tion ; have been operated in breaking
or broad-cssting, in bedding and plant
ing, in chopping and cultivating cot
Ion, and in cultivating about sixty-
five acies of corn. In each and all of
these actions of tbe machine tbe wo k
is rendered with a uniformity, regu
larity and i reefcion superior to tue
hand method, and the universal
adaptabili y of this machine to the
varied coodit'.ons ot sail and p ant
growth, and is labor-saving capac ty,
is remarkable and immensely valu
able. I am now cultivating with tw.i
of these machines, and two men and
four mu'es are neiforming the woik
of eight men and tight mules, as com
pared with the hand method ; and Ihs
tuperior.ty of the mach ne work is
apparent to all. Tbe nee of these ma
chines will largely redm e the cost of
cot'on production. I am so much im
pressed with their valua that I will
certainly nse them extansively in fu
ture, these two machines will us
continuously operated here until the
crops are laid ty, and tbe cotton
chopped by them and Maids of cottt n
and corn cuitivaud by them win now
cbal'enge conij arisi n wiih any other
cultiva ion in the cotton belt, inese
machine?, on this plantation, have
cultivated more than 250 acre.; the
work is thr.r .uhand complete. Yours
respectfully,
ALTER C. STEPHENSON.
Ton Van liny for Ten Cents
A sample of b'immons Liver R gulator
for trial. Be sure you get the genuine.
Thet'blcago Ilolocanet.
Chicago. III.. June 11. The in
quest on the death of the eight victims
of the Canal street fire wnsre.-umod
this morning. Tbe six youtSs, named
Kelly, Donnelly, Callapy, Powers.
Denner and Riley, who are suspected
of having hid eome connection With
firicg the boilding', ware called as
witnesses. Two of thsm were sub
jected to a c'dss cros examit a ion.
but after three bad been quBtiuned
tbe examination wis suddenly flopped
bv the ani-ouncement of a police
officer that aa at orney named F. H.
Atwooi wai detiling the testimony
tD the remaining suspects, who ware
cor Lined in another room. Atword
was ordered before the jory, and was
verv much frightened, but he was re
leased without any more than a se
vere reprimand, and the inquest was
continued until next Tnesday.
TbeRndslnakl Impeachment Trial.
Milwaukee, Wis., June 11. Tbe
impeachment trial of Theo. Rud
zineki, who is charged with having in
cited the recent liot at Bayview,
was resumed this mo nine 1 he de
fense was opened by Rudzioski's
counel, E. II Ebbitt', ubo accused
Gov. Rusk of prejudice and criticis ng
his action in revoking bis cliom'a
commission as notary rublic. He
a'so charged that Cipt, Borcbardt i f
tbe Kosciusko Guards had at'emp'e l
to bribe witnesses to tes ify agairst
Rudzinski. Only one w tnesa whs ex
amined when the trial adj urned un
til to-morrow af ernron at 2 o'clock.
In the Dear Old Umj:
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the same on the de
sirableness of a fine head of hair. If
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balxam will make yon
look aa you did in the dear old days.
It ia worth trying. Tbe only standard
60 cents article for the hail.
TUE FLSflVE YERKES.
If HAT HE HAYS OF HIS CHI
CAGO
Street Railway Scheme and HU Ma'
IpulaUoa of the City
Council.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 11
Charles T. Yerkes, the well known
banker of ths city and Chicago, who
is the accredited agent of the Pniladel-
Sbia syndicate in the purchase of the
-.rtiSide pessenger railway of Cbi
rag, arrived in the city last evanirg.
He registered at the Hotel Lafayette.
Mr. Yerkes said to a Timet repor'er:
"I intended to have no iutrrviewsin
Phiadelphia, as I bave only come here
to coneult with entioeera relative to
laying a cable road on tbe Nor h bide
ol Chicago."
''But the Cbirago papers charge
that yon bave paid out (127,000 to the
Board of Aldermen of that city to pa's
a bill granting yoH certain franchises,"
aaid the reporter.
"It ia n t so," he replied ; "I never
paid a cent to anyboely, either in coun
cils or out of councils, to piocure the
passage of tbat bill or any other bill.
There ia no truth whatever in the re
port that I see published in tin pa
pers. It is the universal wish of the
people ot tbe North tide nf Chicayo
thai the cable system should be need.
I bave been waited on by a good many
c t zone of all c asses who earnestly
urged me to get a cable road in opera
tion as toon as possible. I have prom
ised to do so, and that ia what hrirgs
me here how. The oppositioa is en
tirely among newspapers, the princi
pal one of which ia partly owned by
a son r f one cf the directors of tbe old
West Side company. That company
is very jealous of the improvements
which our road contemplat 8 makicg,
and one of the officers of the company
remarked to me, when I fir t spake,
that he would not have it clone for
t'JO,O0U a yriar. It looks as though his
tinea's are being carried out."
Will Hake a Fight In the t'onrte.
Chicago, III., June 11. It is now
contended, according to various publ
ished interviews this morning, tbat
the "cable" ordinance adopttel dv the
City Council Monday night for the
b -ucfit of the North Chicago City
Railway Com pan can be avoided in
tbeourts. In the oiigioal ordinance
it is provided that the roads elinll be
operated by animal power and n-.t
otherwise. Lawyera consulted claim
that this is no repealing clause, tbat
an ordinance loses force only when
reptaled in expressive terms, and that
aoy court must issue an injnn'tion
againet the compiny, restraining it
from availing itself of the privilege
granted by tbe Chicago Aldermen.
If the Mayor sigLS tbe o.dinance, It is
declared that the matter will be taken
fo the Supreme Court. In connection
with the propoeed laying of the cable
on State street, it is now contended
tint when tho grant t lay tracks on
that narrow thorough'are was given
by the Council, mauy of tl e names cf
the alleged signers of the petition
WCM forgeries.
Important Inurnnre t'aee In Mich.
Iau.
Milwaukee, Wis , Jure 11. In tre
cese of the S'ate nf Wisconsin
against the People's Insumnre
Company of New Oleaus, which
came up in tbe United r-'tates
Circuit Court to da. Judge Dyer
issued an order diamiasing tbe case
f r want of jurisr'i tion, and remand
ing the eatne 'o the Stite court This
is a victory for tbe State, which is
suing a number of outs'de companies
for ncn-crnplianee w.tti the law re
quiring monthly ftitemcnta. The law
piovides for a forfeiture of 1500 for
continued reflect, and tie aggregate
of fines will be quite bigh.
Balmy odors from Spice Islands,
Wafted by the tropic breeze;
SOZODONT in healthful fragrance
Cannot be surpassed by these.
Teeth it whitens, purifies;
You will use it if you're wise.
nit for Infringement or Patent.
New York, June 11. Robert Bragg
of San Francisco has brought suit
auains' this city for infringement on
h:s ratent electrical apparatus by
which sonps are sounded ond horses
released simultaneous'y in fire enirine
houses. The complaint stitea that
s'milar aiits aniost other cities have
been succes ful.
Oar Want Enenilee,
Next to our vicea, are our follies. Among
them li the imperiling of future bodily com
fort, and the average tenure of life to which
persona of moderately good conietitutioni are
presumably entitled, by imprudence in eat
ing and drinking and the recklena uie ol
druga. It ia one of (he happy capabilities of
llnttetter'a Stomach Ilittera that it can re
pair damage thus Inrlirtrd. When the blood
ip ibin ami waiory, ine Dnwem out ol order,
the oouit'lexion and tongue both giving evi
dence of biliouf nens, the-e ia a neoefity for
repair! upon Ihe human tenement obvious
enough to turtle its potopor. A course of
the lii'ters. the abandonment of "drugging"
for reiiof Hnd a common-sense diet and
mode ot lite these wilt sneodily produce a
chango for the bott r. What uuinine for
fever and ague, and mercury for biiiousn'-t
and em tipation won't do, the nit'er will.
It also relieves Theuinatipm and neuralgia,
and inactivity of the kidneys.
Arkansas Kepublleane.
Little Rock, Ark., June 11. The
R-pnl)'!rai Stat Central Cimmittee
has d-cided to cU a R-pub ican Stats
Cot)yin'ion Jnlv 22d. to eomider the
propriety i f pntting a Repub ican State
tcket i'i th- fi-M
DYSPEPSIA
Is a etangorra. well eUslraing oenpUlnt li
aetrliecteid, it tend, bj unpiuni DuthtKin. atid de
priving tho cn al the uum. to pnpan Uw war
lea- Kapid iwduie.
Oaicklv ftnrl Anrnr1tti
i m raa II vamevnaaiai tn all
llflr-i.nx. Tajallnat ihm
aadwl. mto. It anrichei Aod DnnUw the bUiud Tirnu-
atw LhA BLiDttit. and axial tu MwimUatKm of fid
Knv. J T. HijtMUTxa, lb hnnrd dmiot nf Ut
First Kttim1 Obarch. B-llimorsji, lid., M-t.:
tin tii iff nFd Brawn's Inn Bitun ttw tjwimmlm
and lDtli(YunQ I Uk (tmi pUakMira to rncum-
nwieitrut it hut lily. Alo ixniidT tt t splnulial tutuio
vod tnriAf'iratr. aud rjr irtsnrtijajnii
Ho?. JotUtFH O 8uiT, Juit trf OtreoJt Ooort,
Olintna Co., bid , mj: I rMMtx mnmt ctMwrful (ai.
EQotiy to tb aAoaoy uf Brown'l Irvto btUmn tut
I)BppeTia. and u a ton to.
Goaiui lias above Trad Mark and crrwm nd IttMi
on ranpM Take B ethrr. M'l onlj by
BliOW.N lUEMKiUO, BALI iMOkr MtK
KMOULTNt9r.T.-Bonrd on the Hilt.
Mrs. H. C. Howard, 2t6 WmJtbiDftn
Park. Roomi lani; location doUnhiful;
convenieot to ears to Manhattan lUnnh,
Coney I-lacd, Lonir Bch and CeDiral Farkt
also to ISaw York place ol amuReioeat.
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Presiiient of the Oreat LOUlSVILr. C0U-K1KU-JODRNAL
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bavp ffltfii in niiwt evory ahHi. Uirc In a prin
ciplf tu it tmvlnn a n iiiiO'Tful i-ftwl on tha
howv-ln. Dr. Itiun.'r'a Hm klf frrr 'nrtl.al la
ttl'lHKKT Nl'i rilKKM HtMr'l'V that rfftnrci
tit- Litilt o'ic ifcihlriff. and cures DlarrUcM
Iv.'hitv hi)1 ' rnnip C'ultc.
Vhii it h. fotisnlMrfil that nt tliin uraMin of
til" V.-lir S'ail'ls-ll it 1 1(1 dttnif'T'sllM Allttckai (if ttm
tiinvi-H art ki frt'ijin'rit, and wo h'nr of -o tnaity
tit-nth', occurring .n'fnrt a nhictaii can !
riii'il Iti, tl i.H FiitportHnt t ti nt rvrry lion
htilit -ho'iitl pmvi.lp ihms-i " uith mm,
ht t v ra-'u-f. n (ii.t of which will rrii.-VM Km
p; i in itntl avc much anit-ty. lr. ftlcpri'
lliicklchcrrv 4 untinl 1 ksIiii I- rcDieu v iii ti
any c)iii1 1 t .. - to ink',
'rlc'. -Vt ft-ti is a Mit;ii. Mnnnfiwiur'fd bv
M'A'.TKI! A. TlYU'l.- Atlrt-i 'in.
I ; b.r'pa :i.-ri
Bifi iittU'in in
r icnt: rrt. i-
A I! la ..i
HO i Ollkli". i"'i HUll iuli
liWVERTismg::-A''.baii:
- ' It oontaina lists ot
newspapers and estimates o tbe eost of ad
vertising. The advertiser who wants to speed
one dollar, finds in it tbe infornj.tion he re
quires, while for him who will invest one
hui dred thousand dollars in advertising, a
tch.u.e Iti ndicated which will meet his
every reqilrement, or ean be made to do so
by sligut enans-es easily amveu av oy eorre
pondenoe. One hundred and fifty-three
ditiona have ban iuoed. bent, poetpaid,
to any addre.aior ten eettiJ. ppi w u no.
VKRTIBIMi BORKAU.lOSpruoeaU (Priat
at Houae bqBarei, Kew York.
'. HUWrt.li V MHiorsrir !
lll
CORDIAL
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,C00.
" We do ktrtby ewtyV last w nptmt lis
mrrmnpmtnU fur all ta Mamtkiy aaat (jMmr
ier Xsramaa. af ' Iohumm Aats tZtttn
toeipaae and pmo mm. nd eontra)
Me iVrt tii lAe.Mi, a ad lAol lie esaw
are eoae e rinl ioaewtv, mirmm mnd m
good ous toward U t rt,mnd w mWui
te leMa se sue Mm eMtaeale, wuk Io
maiilra af our tgaturm eltnoawl, m U md-
eertiermriK..
Casnaalealaneira.
We. (A. undrrnnrd. Balu nd RaltM.
will pny all Print dram in Tk Loutnan
Ital LoUtnt wateA euiy M pewnltd al out
Ootmters.
J. II U4LRMBT.Prew. I. Hat 'I Bank.
J. W.HILBKKTII.Pra.Nlat Nal'l Bh
A. BALDWIN, Frea. B. O. Rat. Bk.
rXPRECEDENTF.lt ATTRACTION I
Over Haifa Million DlHtrlhntod.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Iaeorporated la 1868 for twenty-five rears
by the Legislature lor Educational and
uoartlable purposes with a capital of II.
(KKi.OiK) to which a reserve fund f' svertS&O,
tX0 hat sine, been added.
By an overwhelming ponot. . vote !U
franchise was made a part of the uresentStaU
iv'onstitutlon, adopted December ad, A.V,
lie Mranrt Sil utile NnsnlMr Praw.
Intte wlll Ink plnca snonllily. Itnnvr
train or postpones. Look at the following
vistriDution:
laSdUBAND MONTH LT
IKBTHg
Extraordinary (tiarlorly Drawing
In the Academy ot Music, New Orleans,
Tnriulnjr, Jaes III, INNB,
Under the personal supervision and man
agement or
UrnM.T. Hranrtiaril,of Louisiana, and
ueu.jnuas a. r,itiiy,ol Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
a-NOTICK-Ticketa are Trn Isollnre
oaly. Halves, H. Fifths, M.
Tenths, tl.
LIST OK PHIZES.
1 Capital l'rise of. I1.VI.ISKI IIW.OOO
1 Urand l'riie of. Ml.lsW NI.(J
1 (trend rrlte or aui mi,tKl
2 Large Prises of. lO.lim 2ii,isi0
4 Large Prises of. 6,(1X1 2i),(MI
20 Prises of. l.UtNl I,KKI
50 Prises of. M) 2f,K)
usi rrises ot Si.tM
Hill Prises of. 2tK ttl.tmo
tSKI Priies of. lll Ni.tssl
iuuu rriiea ol - ou Mi,uui
arraniiiiATinN raiaae.
inn Approximation Priies of W- 2(1.000
1M Approximation Priies of 100... lil.tNK)
lot) Approximation Prises of 75... 7od
227H Priies, amounting to tXl.HHt
Application for ratea to oluba ahould be
mad. only to tne omoe or toe (Jouiiianv at
New Orleans.
For further Information write elearly,
living full address. fONTAL NUTKN, Ki
nross Money Orders, or New York Exchange
la ordinary letter. Currency by Kx press lal
our expense), addressed
H. A. nAI'PHIN,
New Urlnne,la.
Or M. A. OAI PHIK,
Waahlnnlon. I.
or at 6 Westt'onrl Nt., Mrmplile, Tenn
Sfaka P. 0. Monpj Onlera payuble
ana aaurciw KogiHieron liPiipm to
NEW OKI.KANN NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orlmns. I s
TYLERDESK COTh,aW9
u-j'".' Nkw lli. 1 1 IiihI rilt'd Out tilrtu IWB
- -"t. eopr'-ni'iilei eivr;ll Nhw. llrlgt
l ' f('sxl Hljliwonittioe r.ll.riiry
v De5ii( TabJe Chtjt
upsks, laoiea, unaira,
Bonk Ca.aa. I.onnvA
Latter Presses, Cabineta
Ladles' Fancy Dniks.afl
fr liiMt UeMieU anil liowmi
fxee. iViwUga so. No portala.
f HALT HIM WKAI.TH.-Dg. K. 0.
A Wist', Nxava .ten liatia IsnrassT,
a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dini
ness, Convulsionst, Fits, Nervous Neural
gia, Ileadache. Nervovs Prostration, caused
by the use ol alcohol or tobaooot Wake
fulness, Mental Depression, bo'toning of tbe
Brain, resulting in insanity and lea Ing to
misery, , decay and death I Premature ti
Age, Ilarrenness, Loss of Power in either
Involuntary Losses and Spermator
rhea, oaoM J by over-exertion of the brain,
elf-abuse or overindulgence. Each box oon
taina one montts treatment. II a box, or
ix boxes for 15, lent br mail prepaid, on
reoeipt of prloe. We guarrntce Six Boxei
tooure anyoase. With each order reoelved
by us for six boxes, aooompanied with eft,
we will lend the purohaser our written
guarantee so refold the money If tbe treat
ment does "Ot affeot a care, tiuaranteei
Issued only bv A KENKKHTiA OO., Dros
glats. Meenrbl.. T.ei
A Valuable Patent.
Daney'a (Hons) (torn and Pea Plan
aer. HAVINQ perfected my Invention, I wleh
:o plnse it bofore the publio, especially
mitnuiacturers. As a Corn Planter, it Is a
perteet suooesa opens the drill, distributed
the seed accurately, uuinlured, and oovetd
the same, thereby one man performing the
work of three. The have been used in
this seotion for over a dosen years witn per
fect satisfaction, tan give respocsible teati
monials. Address
JOUN 11. DANCY, Dancyvllle,
llavwnnil nnnntv. Tenre
CURTIS & CO.
MANUFACTURING CO.
817 and 1rT. LOUIS,
N. Second Slvf YnMHOvui.
tuirrTACTCiuina
Q AC ENGINES
OM Vf 0! BOILERS
SAW MILLS
WOOD-WORKIWQ MATH IMCRV
LOGGERS' RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
Mj- WIIITK VOU CATAMHiUE. -
"London" Trouser Stretcher
Patented in Ku'one and Uni
ted ritates. Hul Aicrule In
I nllrel sistn for celebrated
John Hamilton A Co. (stretch
er. Takes bHsmliisr sent r
knees restores pantaloons to
or glnal shape. Only patented
Stretcher coniblningsorew r d
in eombirjation with clamps.
All others infringements.
Original and on yelre-lrbe-r
for aDilien'a nee. Hv
tipress securely packed. Price fJ 51). WriU
for circalnr. Agenis wanien in every eeiiy.
i W. MIlloW 'Q , BemSon.TIa.
HOLSTEIN CATTLE.
A l TI M N IMPOBTATION-
MEMPHIS, TEXS., HHH.
STOCKMKS. farmers, dairymsn, and all
laucier. of this famous and favorite
breed, are informed tbat the above shipment
will comprise a very choice assortment of
BI'LLS (18 montht old) ; Y K ARLINfl ITEIF
Ktt$(toelve early tn 1KS7); CALVES (of
both sexes and dropped this spring).
All pure-bred and eslected by noted (udgea
with tbe greatest care from wel - known but
ter fatnilU. with high-class milking strains.
Parties want eg strictly Srst-clais animals
for foundation tock to sue -e-sfully establish
a herd, are e rdially invited to corresnd.
Our prioes will be found reasonable sieeial
terms tor orders. Aprly for full Information
to ADAMSON A R0ALDS0N,
i M LeadechaU street, London, KoglandV
mm
CAN tt eURCO WITHOUT THC
The Hrtinti Brirf, publWicl at 8t Louis, aayal "t7d INiemUn re aeM.nf Dnnliixf Her
In the June, 1km. Lue : " Mauy have- U-ceuue 1 Maodiug. wluoh hmd neud iI 1 n ana
victims Io the- line of opium nr morphine. rrm ll',"""' S'.'' "c "' bmm en
tbe use- of thoex' druga forth,' rvltt'f of Nctinil
fia. It la gratifying: to otwrve tbat such duu
getroua oonaeejiii'iHt'e may I evortol by (he
use of Tonualink, whli h I. almuet a erilu
In the acute fiinn of Nvuralgia."
cxt,.sMM;!.c,PHYSICIA'JS
FOR BALK BT ALL IlKUtiOLSTM.
, A. MFtMP W. S"'e' Proprat.a-. Km
THE LIVERtfORE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
FOUNDRY & MAC1IIXE I Tl(lto 174 Adams St, Memphlp.
aw-Hllla, -ee" air" -ll f '""L""'i- -J
Oriel- Mllle,
Uses.
trnaladk
Bnllelleig
work,
Oeaeral
Bvpalra. v.P
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPT. 220 and 228 Second St.
(Successors In this lepartmentto JOHN M ANOUUE.)
ntr Write os for information on ANY Til IN U in either line.
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & CO.,
:i:iG eScM-oml NlrtM't, MemphlN.
AH ROE AND COMPLKTK ST00K OF PLUMDKRS. (A3 AND STKAM FITTERS
Materials. Pumps, Drive Wells, Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe, (las Fixtures. Globes, Kte
A D TO
u n r a
ir u
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 11 Union Ntreet. : t Memphis, Tenui
RLCOCHRAMCo
2
y ... . ,,( .. a -k" .Il, .-!;;ta) .t- iwm ftf Wy-nsJ-j.wwuia-vvs-' .v p
IAW A HID PLANINH-niLL, H,ITTTAKI),
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lain and Bhiuglos, Flooring, Collliif? and Ctidar PoHtn.
imSlvBl'ITIN, - - T.KNWEWMKBS.
A. YACCARO & Co
JL.NX
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
8LED0E HK0S.,of Como, MIsb.
SLEDGE &
COTTON
Ho. 365 Front Street
HILL, FONTAINE & CD,
Cotton Factors and
I, FONTJUHB k CO,
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchants,
o. HO Noutli Mnln HU. tit. Jbftulm.
?ulmer,Thornton & Co
Cotton Factors, Vholesale Grocers,
No. aOft Froait Hirtt. i MenililM. Tenn.
(NICUEMNORSI TO BEACH AM et IIORTON)
Old Stand, No. 0 Union St., Memphis.
NaPOLEON HILL, President. W.N.lLKERSOX,YlcirreBiieB
II. J. LINN, lAshlei.
ills City Fire Uei'lls. Co.
aXIKfl A CIHEU1 FIRK AHD MARIBB BUS IN CM.
A QUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
DimiaTonsi
n- ruRg.TK.TiLD. WM-u K:V ml. R,ULLV i. BKJxSitii.0A9C1
OflicelO WilIion Ntreet. JJemplila. Tenn
JOHN R8ID. - " LK
E. LEE eb OO-.
7ftjt7L:isiHK'2w4-HSri Hpcond street. 8mtn ot uayoso.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Flooring, Cclling: Siding, ZV.T.zf:2t
!
Cm
USE Of OPIUM OK MORtHINII
&. u aowg, M. u, OeouyviOs, Me
Rave fivem Travilha a ftr trtk l HmMa
Tnum ai pMiMit'. ueea eipnwMl., "lea Li.. BMdl
cie. lot llUl dinae." J.P.HuiaalkUB.Ul
" I oonalito TimgalliM the beaa prapiaia lor
Nwualgia 1 have ewe itwmI "
U V. Duvat, M. D, Piaeville, Me.
PRICK OMR IK1U.AR PER BOTTLT
and lit WASIllNeiTOIS AVKNf'R. HT.
J
uiua
Bar Iran,
Boiler Irani
Hoan, Banal
ana
JNbrl Iron
Kallerar
hnppllaa
Q. E. WITT.
5
I.
F. M. N0RFLEET, Regltlcnt Partner.
NOBFLEET
FAOTuBS,
Memubis1 TenneuM
Wholesale Grocers
vwiivm
Front (St., Iemplil, Tenn.

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