THE HOIE RULE CffilSS
THE CAMPAIGN IS ESGLA3D BE
Speeches bj a Somber of the Partj
Leaden o Both Sides The
London, June 21. Sir Michiel
Hicks-Beacb, fpfaking at Brtatol last
night, caid there w an unmistakable
ianlitude between Mr. G adfctone'a
proposal for the dipestabliEhmnt of
the Irieh Church and hia present home
rule proposal. In bo h cases he baa
taken sodden action in order to place
himself in office. In November list
he sgked the country to make him in
dppandent of the Famellites, ye', he
took office as the slave of ParnelL
Never had thrre been a more dis
THB IIOMC RUL1 MEETING.
Mr. Sexton, in bis speeihatSt.
James HaH yoder lav, said that the
Irish ccu'd te mr? ,ften siat in the
metropolis, ai d that that numbsr
would be sufficient to coun'erict the
majority of tl ity ".pains' Mr. Glad
atone. The opponents of Mr. Glad
stone's Irieh bul, sot having the cour
age to face the piiociplescf home rule,
strove hi'.'e it in a wildernefs cf de
tails. , Their criticifm, rested upon
tbe assumption that Great Britain was
peopled with t he lame, and that the
fnhabitan'sof Ireland were bind; that
a nation that had carrird her fl-g to
the ends of the earth wis too feeble to
pro'e't heraelf from an island at h?r
door, aud Uet the people of Ireland
were raih enough to walk to their own
A reeo'ution in favor rf home rule
was earned with only one dissentient
voice. A large proportion of the audi
ence were Ineb. Several Farnellita
members of Parliament were present.
Baron Wolverton, 8ir Charles Dilke,
Undf r Foreign Secretary Bryce, Attor
ney General Kussull and ot tiers, sent
let. era apologizing fr their absence
speaking at Edinburgh last evening,
said, that although the Premier hud
advised tbem to reject him (Goschen).
be believed that those who returned
him at the last election would not fail
to do so at tbe corning election, as he
had broken no pledge and bad re
tracted no opin'on. Replying to a
taunt that be had net cadt a Liberal
vote in a decade, be pointed out that
be bad supported the Liberal govern
ment on mflny occasions. He insisted
that the Irieh question wa? no1, a teat
question before the Libetal parly.
in speech at Biistol last night, said
that the land bill was not a mere bribe
or gift to the landlords whose rights,
however, mu-t be cjnaidered line
those of any other class. It was of the
greatest importance that this question
should, if po a ble, be settled at the
sime time with the home ru'e bill.
He be'ieved the land bill could be
passed without cwt or risk to the
British taxpayer. It was a matter of
justice tbat a new assembly in Ireland
should try to set right a question which
bad been diatnrbiog Ireland for so
many years If a Parliament were
granted on the lines proposed a griev
ous blow would bs directed against
tbe dynamiters and Fenians.
SIR LYON PLATFAIR,
in bis minifxHto to tbe electors of
Leeds, says: "Th essence of Liberal
ism is to promote national representa
tive institutions. Ireland long had
nationality which was suppressed. Ire
land's discontent is England's weak
ness. I ask the voters of Leeds to elect
me to aid Mr. Gladstone s great under
taking to nive peace, contentment and
prosperity to Ireland.
Lord Randolph Churchill and Mr.
Parnell are announced to address po-
litical meet'nga in Manchester next
Wednesday. Lord Hirtington will
speak at Glasgow on Friday. Mr.
Chamberlain will Bpeak in the same
city on July 2d.
JOHN BRIGBT's POSITION.
The Daily Telegraph ssys: It is im
possible to suspect Mr. Bright, a tried
friend of liberty and a champion of
tbe oppifssed of Dative hostility to
jus', Irish claims, and in America,
where his name is a household word,
his oppotition ought to bring convic
tion of tbo solid fonnda'ion upon
which the cause of the Union rests.
in answering an elector who arked if
Mr. Gladstone hal good reasons for
affirming a belief ttiat Lord Caven
dish, if living, would be a supporter of
the government's Irish po;icy, says:
"It is imprsnble for me to say what
course my brother would have thought
it his duty to taa. I regret that Mr.
Gladstone should have thought it
necessary to express an abso'ut con
viction on a pMct which can only be
one of corijtctu-e."
A FKRHLK FROTKST.
It is Ptnted that the R'. H?n. M. E.
Grant Duff, president of tho Madras
Province of Indin, intends ti r-s gn
his office in prot s a.iinat Mr. Glad
stone's home r ile pet policy.
UEKEKAL FORiION NEWS.
Krnpp Ilrnix-UliiK Out.
Vienna, June 24 The OJepsa Jour
. nal etats thnt H-rr Ktupp is prepar
ing to establish a foundry Lr the man
ufacture of crnnnat Niko'aief, the
Kuian naval st t on at thejuncion
of the Iru-nl and Bug rivers.
Tbe Uermmi Blaboprle at Jernnalrnt
Bermn, June 24. After live years
of dead'ock between Prussia ana Eng
land over their r?spec;ive rights to tho
appointment of the Protestant linhop
of Jerusulem. Prussia 1m decided to
dissolve the c impact of 1841, under
which tlie two countries agreed to
alternRte in tbe appointment, and to
found an ii dpBiio'eut Prussian b sh
opiio at the holy city. It is thought
tLat Dr. Rait er, the G trinan mission
ary, ill be the 6nt appointee under
the new ordnr.
Oliver M endel I Holme.
LVindon, June 24. Oliver Wendll
Holmes started t'day for Edinburgh.
He is enjoying robust beal:h.
-Death of A no! Her One of Putaor'i
Paris, June 24. The eleven - year
old girl of J))le, in the department of
.Jura, who was bitten by a dog April
27th, and to placed nnder treatment
by Pasteur and returced bow?, haa,
it is now announced, died of hydro
phobia. Her dn.nh occurred June 17th.
Tk Exiled rrench Pt-lnatm.
Paris, June 24. The DukedeCbar
fres will accompany the Count of
Paris to England and afreraards re
turn to Frauce. T'ie Dnke de Amaulo
and the Prince de J -ine will liv to-
father in rpt'remejr'. The annuil
unting meetings at Chintilly Forest
have ben stooped Pr.nce Jerome
(Plon-Plon) is a Genva en routPt)
Itily to bring the Priuce:s C otilde,
his wife, and their daughter to ape-nd
a eeBS'n of thre u ontl s at Pan!ns,
Switzerland. The Count of Paris left
the Cba'eau da ua at II o'clock.
. . s. ..
joft before h'a departure h a.oxl
anrrounded by hi family in the prin
cipal ectrance of the Chateau and
bade tare well io me pers mu wu
had called ti convey ti mm tneir
sympathy. The assemblage was aor-
mwlul DUl oraeriy, aau ncr iup
Count's departure, di'rened qnietly.
The j mrney horn the chateau to
Trepoit was made without any de-
monstraf.ons. ice ixiunt emwriru
at Trepor: for En, land at 1 :30 o'clock
this afternoon. He will assume the
tit'e of Marquis of Harcourt and re
miin incognita while in England. A
A brilliant company, including the
Rothschilds, are awaiting the Count's
arrival at Dover.
The Panama CmiU LolMry Sobeme.
Pahib. Jane 24. The Chamber of
TWur.it! has arjDointed a special com-
mis.-ion of elevea memTers to inquire
into and report upin the merits of
tha rjronosed bill to enable the Pan
ama Canal Company to raise f 120,000,
000 by means of a "lottery loan."
Eight of the elevea members are
known to tie nostue io ma measurn,
while the other three favor it.
WHAT SCIEStE PAYS.
Tbe " Fearful and Wonderfal ne-
rbanimu of the Human Nyatem
In the editorial columns
T V.L 1 , J I. I . .
editor, writes tne following btautiful
description of the laboratories of the
human system, we thin we nave
never read a finer or more trustworthy
"Man is the greatest oi an cnemicai
laboratories. Magnify the smatleit
cell of the body and w hat a factory is
spread before the eyes ciuntlesa
chambers In which are globes of air,
mascs of solid mat;er, globules of
dying l'qnid; a flash comes and the
whole is consumed and needful heat
is carried int every part of the sys
tem. Electrical firces also generate
and are conveyed to the brain, the
musiles and the various nerve centers.
"In anotbersetof a million chambers
we eee various gases and vapor.'. By
chemical action theeeare changed and
pnrillsd in t'ie lungs and the skin.
The blood we often eay is a great living
river. In its current ara masses wbich
the air in the lungs did not aflect:
blocks cf chalk ; slabs of tartar; pieces
of bone-ash, string! of albumen j drops
of molaeses and lines of alcohol. How
are these aaste maeses disposed cf?
Begin where you will in this great
stream, you must come to the puri
fying places of the system. Here is
all activity and an invisible force
reeches out into the stream, seizes
and carries this mass of wists into
vast trenches, thence into a smaller
reeervoir, and finally into a larger
reservoir, which regularly discharges
its contents. .
'This separation of lime, uric acid
and other waste material from the
blood without robbing it of a particle
of the life fluid, passes human compre
hension. In health this blood puiify
ing prncess is carried on without our
knowledge. The orgins in which it is
done are faithful fervanta wh se work
is silent as long as health remain i.
"People Strang ily nait until pa'n
stiikes a nerve before tbey will realize
that they have any trouble. Tbev do
not know tbat pain concerns chiefly
tbe exterior, not the interior of the
body. A certain set of nerves connect
the:e blood purifying organs with the
briin. They may not gnaw and bite
as the toothache or a scratch, but they
reeularlv. silently report. When these
organs are failing thee nerves indicate
it by drawing the Moau irom tne uce
and cheek, leaving the lip and
eye blanched, by sending uric
avid poison into the smallest
veins, the skin then becoming
gray, yellow or brown. They
also prevent the purification of the
blood in tbe lungs and cause pulmo
nary d1 faculties, wearie ess and paio.
Who enjoys perfect health, especially
in this land where we Durn tne can
dle in one mass? The athlete breaks
down in the race; the editor falls at
h;s desk; tbe merchant succumbs in
hn count'ng room, lhese events
should not have been unexpected, for
nature long ego burg out her lan
terns of alarm." When the "acci
dent" finally comes its fa'al effect is
seen in a hundred forms ;' either as
congestion, chronic weakness, as
wrong action, as variable appetite, as
head troubles, as palpitation and ir
reguliirit'es of the heart, as premature
decay, as dryness and harshness of
the ekin, causing the hair to drop out
or turn gray; as apoplexv, as paraly
sis, as general debility, blood poison
"Put no f .iith then in the wiseacre
who says there is no danger as long as
there is no pain. Put no faith in the
phjsician, whoever he may be, who
eays it is a mere cold or a slight ind s
position. He knows lit'l, if any,
more than yon do about it. He cao
neither Bee nor examine theee orgxns
and deponda eniirely upon experi
mental tes's, that you cau make as
well m be.
"If the cutpnt is discolored or
muddy, if it cont:.insalhumi..t, lymph,
crystals, sweet rr morbid mat'er, is
r d wit a escaped blood, or roily with
gravul, nuiciii and truth, fometiiing is
wrong and disease and death are not
'Ths organs which we have de
scribed thus at length, became they
are rra'ly Ih' moft important onfs in
the human fvst"m.tl e ones in which
a large majo-ity of human aliments
origin .te and are sufitained, are the
kidneys. They have not been much
discussed in public because It. is con
ceded tbat the profusion bss little
known power over them. What is
wanted for such organs is a simple
medicine, which can do no harm to
the most del cats but must be of the
greatest I enefi'. to tho alllicled. Such
a remedy, tried, and proved by many
thousands all over ttie worm ib y ar
ner'e safe euro. Wiih those in whom
dlseisa is deep seated it is the only
specific. For those in whom the seeds
Bre son and the beginning of illneas
started it as unfailing reliance. It
may be recommended o the well
to prevent sickness ami the eick to
prevent death. With its aid the Rreat
filtering engines of the system keep
on in theirs lent work wiihont inter
ruption : without it they get out of
gar, arid then dhcas and death open
i lie door and cro?s the threshold."
Such writing ought not only to
nliase. but to carrv cmvintion that
what Doctor Lasting. M D to high
an authority says is tim, and that
bi.s counsel is worthy the attention
and heed of all lTudnnt, right-minded
peop le. '
Saratoga, N. Y., Jane 24. The
sixth annual meeting of the Interna
tional Hahneniannian Aspociation be
gan in this city ttiis morning. The
sefsion will last three days. The
m feting was called to order by the
president, H. O. A'lm, of Ann. Arbor,
Miih.. who opened with an address
n)i trm nrinoiDli-so! Hahnemann's sys
tem. The reporls of the secretory and
treisurer followed. A paper on
"What ia the Beet Method of Select
ing the Remedv," was presen'ed by
P. P. were, ot.iiroofciyn.
SL LOUS AMROIISTS.
MWMF1CAST IXriOFST IS THE
TRULS TESTER DAT.
Tary Yet Scord for the Chi
cago Canes ( be Milwaukee
Chicago, 111., June 24. In tbe
trial of the anarchists today neither
aide had agread npon any additional
jurors up to the hour cf adjournment
The St. Lonla AaarrblM Trial.
St. Lofis, Mo., June 24. There was
an interenting ccene enacted at the
Court of Criminal Correction today, in
connection with the e'e tion of a
special judge to try the ewes of the
anarchfct, c barge J with indorsing at
an unliwful a seinblr ga the actions ol
their Chicago brethren, durirg the
hay market not in that city. There
were on'y a noire of the members of
tbe bar present to participate in the
election, and the mijonty o? these
evidently favored the defends, fcr Wm.
Busch, an ru spoken advocate of so
cialistic doctrines was chosen.
Judge Noonan recognized the sig
nificance of this choice, and knowing
him to be at present vis t'ng in New
Yoik City, O'chrad that he qualify by
or before 6 o'clock this tvening, wcicii
time was aho mentioned for a new
election Bbould Mr. Batch not appear.
Prote' U irg Attorney ClaiO irne j
arose and eased leave to enter a nolle
prrsequi in the cjs-j.
Judge Noonan answered: "It is ex
ceedingly unfortunate tbat such a re
sult as you describe shruld be biought
about I do not know how or where
to fix the responsibility for the delay
tbat this (election ha caused, exc pt
to place it on those who participated
in the election. Gentlemen befora
taking part in theso elections should
certainly acquaint themselves with
the facta in tbe caae. Your nolle
proB?qui in this cee is accepted by
New warrants, however, were im
mediate! iesued for the anarchists
and they will be immediately rear
rested and ano'h r judge will be
elected to try the cases.
Tbe Milwaukee Anarchlata.
Milwaukee, Wis., June 24. The
Iiry in the cists of the anarchists
ohn Protymann and Herrmann Lam
pel this morning brought in a verdict
of gui ty as to the former and not
guilty as to the latter. It was shown
that Piotyman took a leading part in
the ilots at the Brand stove workB and
at the Bay View rolling mills. The
case of Henry Dampf is now occupy
ing the attention of the court.
The trial of Alderman Rudzinski,
the alleged riot instigator, was resume J
before the special committee of the
Common Council this morning. The
committee, by a unanimous vote, de
cided not t-J hear any argamentJ, and
then prrceeded with clo'ed doors to
review the testimony wbich has been
taken. A noon an adjournment was
tiken until 2 o'clook tomorrow, hen
a report will be decid-sd upon. The
chances appear to be tbat at least a
Sortion of the committee will repttrt in
The penalty in the esse of John
Pro'yman, convicted this morning,
will be one year in tbe county jail or
t500 fine, or both. The motion to
ouash the indictment of Robert Schil
ling was argued this moning. The
work ol drawing a jury lor ine uampi
case ib in progress.
Laat Vmj of lbs National fonven-
lion Klectloa of OOioera.
St. Louis. Mo.. June 24. The Pho
tographers' Convention met again to
day, ana alter ommeung a large
amount of unfinished bii'ine-rB from
yesterday, and listening to a number
of papers of interest only to the p-o-fe-sion,
the following officers were
elected: Q. Cramer of 8t. Lrnis, pres
ident; H. 8. Bellsmith of Rochester,
N. Y, secretary; C. M. Carlile of
Providence, R I, treasurer; James
Landv of Cincinnati, and W. B. Range
of Syracuse, memb?rs of the Execu
tive Committee. The elction of the
vice presidents ww left in the hands
of the Executive Committee. The
committee on awards reported as follow-:
Gold Medals for the Best Portrait
Work Decker A Wilhurn, Clnve'and,
0. , E. J. Fall, New York ; J. W. Geh
rig, Chicago; J. Landy, Cinr!innnti; J.
A . rl. 1 arsons, WDeenng, y. va.;j.
F. Ryder, Cleveland.
Silver Medali) for Best Portraits a.
L. H. Dahbs, P'tlshurg, Pa.; 8. J.
Dixon, Toron o, Canada; C. M. Kt on,
Patyria, 111.; Gilbert & Bacm, Phila
rle'ph'a; II McMichacl, Bnll'alo, N.
Y ; U. w. wotps, Ananra, ua.
Gold Medals for Phot, graph Work
(other than pnrtraite) Geo. Barker,
Niagara Falls; W. II. Jackson, Den
Silver Meda's for Same Work E. II.
Lincoln, Dorc heeter, Mass. ; George B.
Fer Bnt Fortign Exhibit Gold
medal awarded to l. Muller, Munich,
Germany; silver medal to Schurtz &
For Bcs' Foreign Exhibit (rthrr
than portraits)-Gold medal to Wept
& Snn, England ; silver medal to R.
Alm,)8T everyone is interested in
children, and will be glad to have a
book we have inst received from the
puMihhers, entitled Some Funny Wiirvjt
Said by Clever Children, which contains
over 500 humorous and clever things
pa d bv little neo.ile. It will be found
bv readina this baok that wit, humor
and clever savinz are not confined to
adults, bv anv m 'ns. It is a l and-
some book, and will be sent by mail
sou oaid. to anv addrcs'.on receipt ol
lcftuU byJ. K. Oiilvie & Co .pul)-
lishere, No. 31 R sestrtet, New York
Tns Rev. Dr. Bcrtol, at the funeral
serviee. in view of the lemalns of the
late. Edwin P. Whipple, on Mondiy
lrnt. at Cambridge. Masi.. said: "Ed
win Percy Whipple wai the best
critic and creator of cr.t!cim that
America has ever produced. He had
a profound, unerring penetration of an
ant'.or's meaning and of his fcope.
He understood every porp-we and stw
iIia innanirir of each ntrticuUr word.
Seldom, if ever, did lie nnderdtate or
overdraw. He drew the hne of dis
tinction between his own body and
aoul: but he was all eword and no
sheath. Ha could rec -ntruct an au
thor from a senttuce, as could Agai
a z. h'B bcsmi fr e id, a linti from t
nimnla bone. He treated of his ub-
i(cr. eavinn himself blvtas behind
Hnw minute his examination and bow
exters've his rangel He web broadly
impartial. Sirue, perhaps as ab'e
crirics as he, are not. si invariably im
partial. Ail e .ulJ not take in tuch
men as Samm'r, Longfellow, Einnn n,
Haw'horne, Wendell Phillips, .wtarr
Kinr, Ganisnn and Welster at once,
lie could dthat-f Tliackery and Ge nge
Eliot bet er tLan theycouli account
.: . . A-
APPEAL - - Fill DAY,
Oil! MY BACK
Itrry itnia ar l atU ks last kark
aae ararif ana joa.
C EST TONIC
hirnMlfcflaa tha Sliirl.h
ittraatlee the Nervee,
Fortran the Bloaa, Ukwrm New V Igor.
Pa J. U MIIU. K.lrlMl.t low. MT:
" ttrowo'. Ir-io Bltun 11 brat ln.o KMwIIHn. I
hw ku.li in ray Kirmuv' ptactio. 1 hw tumid it
iwcill lwn.rti il in nfr. nr phTrtl fiiti.iiMion,
tnd in all dfHllUlinf ailiicuM thai twar an havlif
oo tha ayau-m. Uxi nk in tnj n ruuil)."
Ma. W P. BROWN, NIT Main Si.. Oo(nt.m. Kj .
aaja "I aa otimplalj Ur -w in baalib and
tixjiihlsd mill paina ia r bark. Bruwna lrua
baton eoliralr mtmAj VI aaaJth."
OwbIm ba tbon Trad HarkaademniMlmtllna)
on wrappw. Take Bw MaU imli bj
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Forty Vears a .Saffe rrr from
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that 1 healiate to mi-Mum it, exreiit lor tbe
good it amy do anine other nufturer. I hare
l-ent youna lortune from my anrninn
during my forty yenrt of "urloring to obtain
relief trout tbe dootora. I have tried patent
medicinei every one 1 rould learn of Irom
the tour enrnen of tbe earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST (!7 yean of age) have met
with a remedy that ha cured me entirely
made me a new man. I weighed 12K ounda.
and now weigh 14. I uaed thirteen bottlei
of the medicine, and tha only regret I have
la, tbat being in the bumble walki of Hie I
may not have inlueaee te prevail on all ca
tarrh utTereri to e what hue oured me
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" Mr. Henry Chavez the writer of the
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" Bi Mayor of Maoon."
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ftTT A MTk T TMP
h V d
ap lli.tilii Artlrln Tliearrat
ropulnrity of 'Wilbor'a Compound of Cod
LivorOll and Lime" baa induced torn nn
prlnnipled i-emona to attempt to piilm on a
aimple article of their own mimufictiire;
biitnny peraon who ia suflorlnu from!ouirh.
Coldt or Conauinption. ahould be mirelul
whre they purchase th'iB nrticle. The re
auira of its uje arc itp best recommernintionHi
and the proprietor hs auiplo art tence on
fllo of it (rreit aucccaa in puliiiociry coiu
pluinta. 1 be Phnphute of liime iincsnca a.
inot marvnloua h -nlina power, n combined
with the puro Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wilbor.
It ia proscribed by the modicnl faculty. 8old
by A. II. Wilhiik, CheUiixt, Bottom, and all
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Enrollment Lt Term,
A SCHOOL for the development of via-or-ou,
thouiihiui, noblo womanhood,
Thia remit ia ranched by bnadth and
thoroii(thneaa of instruction a' ' waken
ing of patient, eurneat nil. A new
and commodious boarding i -j . ..tent baa
just bean completed.
The dapartment of drc n-.ftKTK und mil
linery i added lor tbe nrnt time.
in the ahaenceof the Principal- "ho la in
Europe f:r the auminer, ont.iloraea will be
furni hed on application to Wr K. P. Mo"
ton, 2il Adama arret, or they mil be found
at any of the city boo 'tore'.
MliS MARY i. KALIMVI.V, PltlNa
Oini 1at September. IK. Clo'et Jane. 1HH7.
UnaurpRMed locnrion, buildiim, crounat,
ai-poiiiiinentf. Full corpa Uicher! gnri
yaled advantaitei in Musiii, Lannuaitea, r.lo
cution. Art, Book-Keepin, I'hraical Cul
ture. Board, etc., wilh full K, jtIikK tourae,
AanO per entire aesrl jn. For full puxticu
ara apply to prin-ioal ft cata ot'ie-
llolfo Uraminar School,
100 JtlMi-Hhall At mie.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT
bar ol puiils limited. 1
vaoannea, -ml tlio'e dairin t
abould make enrly appliration.
"Adviaorj Coininilt"iii' or tn 1
Principal. Luke W. Vnnj
ere are lew
lihcr U) the
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gaumlera, H n. K. S. Uanun
CIVH . Ml.CH 1M ALai i
K-rliuir inailnta, 1
Tho oldrat enninrerinr aobool
Next turm he.-ina Sep'einher IStl
iater lor lHW p- nliiini a li-t ol th
f-r the paat l yaara, with Idel
alo, couree if atuiy, require
l,n... ptrt A -1 'r a
1&&m DAViU M. OREENI,
A iiiaT.c .
-SI IWI 1
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t every feent14111 v'1-''1' -
rrct ar'.:-l. We tre :'.- !.:' '
mamiraoluro o.' C-.sne ' vsa.a '
Z yoara exr-ovlciui o and s'.i.t'.--. ( ;
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JUNE 25, 18S(5.
arraMTL phizr, 7i,oo.-i
TlekeU "! Mharce In
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
W do kenbv etfrfi that lA
mrmncrwent for all IA Hon kit od (vir
lri aiVatrtdtf irfth aUmttnaM Latfr)
Company, on in ptr$o manag mnd eotUrot
lA ltrt tn W rfwiVft, and lAal tk mm
art cond dtt ti honrity, faimtm and n
pood faith toward ui c Hntmd M autkorimt
tk Company to ttw (Am cfi wtk jao
t m il our weatur4 attacked, im U mi
VT, ih 4rf4 Bnlu nnd ffnakara,
wilt fNiy all Priv draw in T"a Lou its ana
Stal iMtltrim wawA nay te pntnttd al or
J. II.eULIMBT.Pm. La. Ral'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Pre. M. O. Hat. Bk.
Incorporated la 1IMI for twenty-6e yean
by tbe Letiainture for Educational and
Cnaritabte purtmaet wilb a capital of II,
inai.lliO to which a reaerre fund of oyer ft&0
ikKi baa eince been added.
By an orerwhelmint poimlat T6te Ita
franchine war made a nart of the ureaentSUte
r!atitutioD, adopted Deoember 2d, A.C.
Tke only Lottrry aw poltd on aad indorsed
by tki pwvU of any HittU,
It lacrar acfifaa orpothMMaaa,
Ita Wraail Niuvlr Nnia'aor larawliaaxa
takta al monlhly, miiI (ha :
rraorWlnnry lirawlnate rrarnlarlw er
ery lliroo moatlia Inalenil of iil
Auanally ae Brrrlulure, br(lunlu(
A MPl.KNIkin PPOKTITNITT TO
w l A r OK I I NK. KKV'KNTH URAND
DHAWlNi, CLASS J, mTllB ACADKMY
(IF MlSIC. NEW OKLKANS, TliKHDAy,
Joly 13, ise-iub Monthly Drawina.
CAPITAL ntlZE, 875,0M).
100,000 Tlrhelaat I'lye DollaraKaeb.
I'rarlloaa, In t'lfllia, In
LIST OF PRIZRS.
1 Capital prlte....
1 Capital priae...
1 Capital pnie...,
5 Pritea of
umo ... 12,(1(10
in Priaaa of llMRl 1(1.110
30 Pritea of Mm lo.imO
liU Pritea ol i ),imo
SiiO Pritea of llll ai.ltiO
Mm Priaea of 50 lt,(m
10OU Pritea of Ur H6.0U)
Approiimation pritea of 7N) S.7V)
9 Approilmation pritea of MK1..... t,m
9 Approximation pritea o!
I xiu a.anu
1067 Pritea, amounting to.,
Application for ratea to
cluba ahould be
the Company at
mad i only to the omoe ol
ai only to me omoe ot
For further Information write clearly,
fWim full addreaa. POMTAL NOTKM, Kx
nreaa Money Ordera, or New York Kiohanie
In ordinary letter. Currency by Bxpreaa lat
our eipenae), addreaaed
m. a. nAi'PHin
New Orlvaae, 1 n.
Or H. A. ItAI'PHIN,
Waahlnajlon. O. C
or at Went t'anrt Ml., Mrmphlt, Tenn
Make P. 0. Money Orders payable
and address KogiHlered Letters to
HEW OBLBAN) HATIOSAL BANK,
Saw Orloana. I.a.
t oi it yar a" v Court Place now at
a 'r....m MoentM ieflty aualtfl-4 pbr-HU VOA ite
...t wfflwfiil. m lii i-rmutio- will pro"
Spernuktorrbea. ftnik Impotenof,
etherrault of lf-AbuM Id jemth mtm tvvmMm ib mm
.itnt n, or ftihtr caii-k, tn4 protluring ton t Iti
ntriDK rflwti NorvouaDrMt Seminal K.mlaalirrit tilt aii
4ot bt drwmi), UtruBnii of UtRlil. P'f ilv UcBt . Tt t
M-'BlTreof. Kinipltnon KtVt AtwMod U Kocietj of Fmt'
onrVri-B ir JiIi-m, el fleiual Pmt, mo., rvud-tla
irrtif linnrot"r rtr uihknpj, r- U.orublt b4 rm4v
it-Btl- curwl. KYPHII-IS t-'U'J
jni -rniii '-urf.in tb ijitem, Goaorrhe
GLEET. Rutatur., UratalUt iarnitv (ot Auuiu'
Ti a ami other rr1-U dltM qulckl 0Urai
ft UaHf rvrileBi UiBt h dUnhotjiirnMlt1tiiO
M Oartkin ClMi Of dtMAnafl, Bill trWUDf UMUIUdt Altt
illf inquiry?! RTeAl tkill. PhyiiiUM atKwlnUili ffcn oftj
w ohimvnrt rvprwia to a t.r. Whm UUutorrtiT.ntet.lti
Uit Che city f Uwktmenl, BlMlkHn-t MB bBtat prlHl
Oft "rily by Riatl ar aiprt Burvbar.
Cnren OnftraDtved in all CaM
i KliaultAtaOUt wrUJktlle fr? (IV Ptt m$ nOO 1T1'4
Brftu .-ttnnonntiU Bad Wfwpwtontn atrioUf aanJlBiai'
" PRIVATE COUNSELOR
.rr 'jmi iifwa, "Dt to an Add, marr. eUtl, tor thlft
Mr hia. Htiould tva read bt 'L .dlrM 1 tw
ffiot bufifrD A. M twF M tfrnru, 1 1. P '
DR. C. HcLANE'S
PITTNHI RH, PA.
Countorleita are made in Ht. Louia, Mo.
HKALTHIN V LA 1.1 II -Da. K. 0.
Wimt'. Nihtb ami 11 ii i RiaTuaaT.
a ruaranteed apeoltio for tlyateria, Uittl
nea, Convuleion.a, FiU, Nerr -ui Neural
gift, IleadKohe, Norc- Proatration, cauaed
by tho uae of alcohol or t,,baccoi Wake
fulneaa. Mental Depremion, Bn'tinlna of the
Brain, reaultinf in inianity and Ian log to
..L.ra ,ij,a an,l riaath: premature
Ave. Barren neat, Loa ol Power in either
Inroluntary Loaaea and bperinetor
. V. Aati. I K ovar-aaartion of toe brain
Alf.ahnaa orov'.riniiulrence. Kacb box OOU-
taina one nioMt treatment. (1 a box, ol
aix boxea for1), tan' In mail prepaid, on
receipt of price. We xuan-ntre Six Boxet
to cure any cate. With each ordor receiieo
by ua for ail bole", accompanied wit- -
m win aand tha i-urchaaer our written
cnamr-tic to refund tba money if the treat
ment doe -ot aflect a core. Uuaranteel
laud onlybr KKNKKi'T :!., Dm.
flit.. Vleil.rMa. lann
ST. LOUIS SEMINARY
rl.ate Select trliool of Hlah Ornde for
limited numoeroi ivvnu
Tndtwl at WontiUarl, In Tiw of Ht. Lmila. 1h
nlint ai-iliilntntr.of tha iilnro rnuiUr it jd BlakV
OA NT Homk. (iriiimii'.sd 1H71. For ntt.ru al 1 rooin
h bti lknu rly. Conrno of li.-t root Ion la
wtrr i'.oroutfh. Mulo: Yorl nnd I N-tnimmitRl.
LBntriA!: Aiirlnt muA ll.1-rn. Arti : Fainilna
an'l l;riwtnrl. Harrt of lnrtrue-tlont Hwii, ll
hiirtily 'luahtl-al for tlm.r rBM.lvif1t'j'nrtmiit,
Tn wrTirff mom HipllotitioD muirt tM iuvia ankrly,
Tnr 0tn lirit- H'Vfrtiaa in Principal, M
t. T. 6tKWETTtJLL.D. t Jennlnge, jr
TZt An a ralTra A book Ot .OOpagM.
r "W 'It eoniaina liaia ol
ne paer. and eatinnttf,. o the eoat of ad
ertiairiK. Theadverliaerwhowant" to apend
one dollar, nnd ii it the information be re
tiuirea, while lor him ho will Inveat one
bu dred thousand dullara in advartieinx, a
r-Le', i- in ndK-ated wbirh will meet bit
erery reuVreuient, or ran be made to do ao
by i-liaUr chaokii ewily arrired at by eoire
ai-oo 1.11. One buudred and fltty-thrae
eiiliona have been iaaur J. Sent, postpaid,
u, any addreat !or ion en.a. Apply to u a' I.
p KOttr LL 4 CO.. NKWHi'AHKP AD
VEUTISINU BURKAlMiiM-ruei at. iPrn'.
B Uoue Square Kew York. El
OfUa aaked. bet aaldoai aa.lWaaH.ruy-. la there a reandy knewa tj teaaMeMfraenaawan
anil allay the eaganma pali... t woman wao are eabatat ta Vtrntmrrk w aad Me alleaeaal
JteaoT whml a i eaawt payeiciaa Aa te ir wpeet tlie Xiejr 4
" 1 kara 4atTl partlmavi, rraaifylni nam trmm tba aaa of T-illn k oaaaa OjaaiauanBea. k
lha aaae ol a Udr ol roaauaai. anaKtukax and a ahmale aaffarar (r.ae Uue diaaaae. wha baa kaaa eanaaa
aba.ataotberaco tf aa- at.aiUilj olI-rta, Ma artio. baa be wat aalufaatoiT. kreuen
karprcaeptlr. and aha a. pa Iko oee. draaaa4 aaanode artlh bat Uttle aawjaaafurt. I ' J 11
for aala h; all Dnicie.
Price pr boiila.
A. A. MELLIER,
THE LIVER MCRL FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY at MACI.INE DKl'TalGOtol?! Adams StMMemphif
t'rnta . , i,
BS.,,,'a."U--- r- t'
Uonernl a- "
IKON t UAILVAY jSLTl'LY
t-aatlnara. w K r . .
a.-...... t$ .fn'S".rAyVrv-
ef llVJ-'"aJ I' 1 Bl WWW m v t i,
-Vi--. . ',: f"rrrrf
j.rf 'a.iir;.i Jar-. -- a-
(SucmiKora In thla lapartment to JOHN M ANOOUB.)
na-Wrlte na for infprmition on ANY Til
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY k C0M
JS JLa HT 3MC
33G Second Ml
ALAROB AND COMPLKTK STOCK Or PUIMIitRS, "A3 Aflu iin
Material!, Pumpa, Drive Wella. Iron. Lead and Stone Pipe. Haa Fixturea. Qlobea. Eta
Wo. 11 Union Nlreet,
2VS T.. . .-
& -M ury. . , Tin.!, tSkTH: ;v;.ra...r'r,
HW AID PLABIBItl-BllX, BATT-TABB
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Molding, Lumber,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring rolling and Cedar Fosta,
91 HIIll If IN,
A. VACCAHO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
NOR. 218 AND SRO FTiONTSTHV
No. 36 Front Street
IILL FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
HiHi-Sttlfii Front St., 3uphl, Twn.
Cotton Factors, Commission erchnr,.;,
Fuiier.f hor nton & Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
Wo. 30f IVoMt utr-M't. t J?IemrliI, Tenn,
(Hl'C CKHNOHH TO MEAI'll AM HORroSI) I
Old Siiittd. No. 0 Union St., Memphis.
lMFOLEOX HIM- PrenWekt.
II. 4. 1.
OEN A SENEKAL FIBB
A QUARTER OF A MILUON
B. FURHTFNHItIM, WM. I. COLK, VY"K3 RKILLTV
B. JtAivPf iawi "
3737H.3S()-;W2-s4-38 Nwoud street, sonth ot Oayoso.
nnnra. sasn. annus, riwunnu, wcniira ' '-
' Huniain., Lath.,
AND MACHINE COMPANY
, 'Nkeet Iron
1KIT, 22(J and 238 Second St.
IM in eilher line
. K. WITT.
nA .waa a i,irv rm tk a ft Bltvattn a
: : MemphU, Ten.
Fa Ma NOBFLEET, Resident Partav
W. N. W1LKEHS0N, Ylce-Pregl-CB
AMD ARI1VB BI-8INE8S.
DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
Ceiling, oicing, sining:sia
lar Poala ana Pieri
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