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j UEMBBIB DAILY APPEALWEDNE3DAY. JUNE 30. 1 1886.
Tbe people of Ireland art engagsd
la a desperate straggle lor home rule
Nad its Bccompanjioa; blessing 0
t peace end prosperity, end what they
' : seed et this supreme moment ia snb
atantislald from their sympstbislni
friend In America. The liberals need
alar amount o( money end they
need it at once. Gladstone's forces
ere nude up from the poor masses,
Impoverished by the very rule which
i it is propoted to chenge. Ireland is
poor and ahe can contribute bat little
j ; aid to the contest which ha for its
object the deliverance of her people
from ceutarles of enforced cruelly end
. onnreesioo. On the other hand, her
' . enemies as a clasa are well suppliid
! with funds, lor as a rule they belong
to the wealthy classes who have en-
' licbed themselves on the sufferings
I of Ireland. In every part of the
. United states the people afe raisins,
fnnd to aid the Home Ru'e
TMrtr of Great Britain and Irt-
land in the approaching election.
A fund of $2000, contributed mo-tly
by Iriahmsn, hss already been raissd
In Memphis, and two weeks from
tomorrow an opportunity will Ds
eiven everybody to contribute aome
"tbing to this fund. A s.rand plcnle
! Vrwill be dven at Eetlval Park on
! Wednesday, July lttb, in aid of the
5 1 i ndiniParliannUrT elections, and
iahera should bs a general ootponrlnf of
j : ! the people, not only of Memphis, but
! 1 of the entire county. The picoto win
no doubt b a grand success,
It has bean Inaugurated on a most at
tractive scale. The people ol Ire and
1 are already enlisted ia the contest
j ' with matchless ssal and energy. They
: will do their full duty to the borne
nil cause, but it cannot auccoad
) without the election of nearly ball the
House of Commons from England and
Scotland, and it is in the English and
Sootch diatricti that money will be most
needed. The money ta'aed in Ameri
ca la not intended as a Hubbeli fond
to corrupt and purchase votes, but to
pay legitimate and indispsntabla ex
pense. In great Brittln and Ireland
the system tor aUctlog msmbsrs to
Parliament baa been framed with a
I Jeclal visw to making a candidacy
! " f cW the aspirant a large aura ol money.
We see it stated that large fees must
In the first place be pa'd to sheriffs
officers of tbe government by can
didates whether there Is a contest or
not. It there be no conUst tbe sum
of tVt or $100 Is required. If there
are a number of candidates in the
B ild a regular soale of piicos ia pro-
wirlad for b? law according to the
noinbar of electors. in the counties
and boroush. the rates btlog higher
in the former tban in the latter. The
l4rov!des a maximum within
... r- MH.i v.
kept, aubiolt to severe pena1
tits; but. th limit ii si high
that oclv Detains who can com
mand a Jrne amount of 'osd-
- money can afford to become caodl
dattafor Fcrllamtn'. And fcitar tn
elactlanbaib.cn secured a member
inrut support himtelf, as no compen
sation is paid for service in IVliamcnt,
It will bs teen from tbete facts that
the conditions ol Parliamentary con
tw's are very different In Eoglsnd
from what they ae in this coautry,
A seat in Parliament is sn expen.-ive
luxury. The opponents to hoim ru'
in tbe present coutsst have the advan
tage. Kr. Gladstone's cause is just
lie is finbtinu lor the peace of the
Tfa'm is well ai tor the civil and po
litlcal iii!hU ol a long opprea ed pro
plo. Tdere la no doubt a majority of
ths'otars with him In tbe stnitfg'e;
but tbrougu the operation cf the
methodaof inuBtice bs is trying to
ovorthiow, be is farced to use the
election machinery adopted in the in
terest of ths rich and to
keep in subjug.tion the poor cf
nlffitto'. In a contest so unequal
ol vl e . the friends ot home
t u. uonrnee of h'sj going on in Great
ri 'i-i lit tli.-ra were nrj principles on
li nl knewir.nt 8 founded,
r'UrCJ dsvotion to
is therefor necessary, if we wontu aid
the future welfare of oar country.
The Panama canal is a French project,
carried on by French people, by
means of French capital. Being
thus la the hands of foreign
people, the question naturally arose
aa to the attitude of tbe French Gov
ernment in relation to it If that
government were la any way taking
part in the work so aa to give it clalma
and authority over it which might, in
certain contingencies of national poli
tics or trade, be used to our dij id
vantage, Interference on the part of
our government would be reqalred
for the defense of oar own rights and
of the pub'io aalety. Some time ago
our government interrogated that of
France upon this point The sius
fictory answer was returned that tbe
Panama project of Woniieur de Lse
seps was entirely an enterprise of
private citixens, in which the French
Government incurrei no responsl
blli'y. Since then that govern
ment bai taken direct action witb
respect to the construction of the
caoal; action which, 01 its few,
aipeara to connect it directly with
the project It has antboiised a
French, national loan In aid of tbe
work to tbe amount of 600.000,000
franca, an authorisation wbloh tbe
Chambers have yet to act upon. Thia
proceeding, the first of ths resolutions
offered In oar Congress awerta, "will
identify the French Government with
ths enterprise." Under tbe circum
stances the American people cannot
tail to perceive the g'avity of the
steps now taking In France and tne
profound Interest those proceedings
hsve for ourselves. "Such act'on,"
says the second of tbe resolutions, "Is
opposed to the policy of the Ameri
can people, as expressed by the Chief
Executive of the United States at the
inoeption of thia canal, which policy
la now most emphatically repeated
and reiterated by the United States."
SlUSBiaY MD PAMELL
A LETHE FROM THE IX-PEE
KIEB DE5T150 THE
Charges ef Ike IrUk Leader-Gladstone's
acrOM the see to vindicate bis charac
ter ia connection with the Wabaab
matter. Tbne are few Wall street
magnatea who wou'd do that and
fewer sti'.l who wonld taeet with the
aocceca that Mr. Field his had. To
celebrate thia Important event we
rint a lifelike portrait ot Jir. field
ano ber column and wittt tt we rea
der biro the congratulations of the
FREIGHT TililS WRECKED
BT THE LAKE 8H0BE STRIKERS
All Trains Still Mevla Under Police
Protection CsatUct Between
LoNDOK, Jnne 19. Mr. Gladstone,
in tbe cenne of hie speech delivered
yeatrrday at Liverpool, said : "It wia
bere that I fint draw breath. I have
drawn it now eevesty-elx veara. Tbe
time la not dia ait when I shall pay
my debt to inters, and tbess powibly
are tbe tat words I shall speak in
Mr.U tadstoc equoted from the ballad
"Chevy Chaee," "The child nnborn
aoali me the baot ng of thatdv,"
and exclaimed : "If idle and ehallow
Dretexta bewilder tbe miod of the
people, or If power, wealth and ruin,
everbear the na'iooal sense, the child
unborn stiall rus tbe vo-ing of tht
diy. I entreat yon to reso've that tbe
civilised world ehall no longer atscrt
that Ireland is England's Poland, and
to determine t'-iat toirlaod abali nt
longer nave a Poland. Mie ns nai t
long enougr. Liiten t prudence,
oourAge iiuu uuuur. iuui uut buv utu,
rino- In ths new. ring out the noks of
memorv and discord, riog in the
bleaad reign of a time of peace,
Lord 8liburv bas written a letter
for pub ication denying In detail every
i-mrtlon made bv Mr. Pamell con
cerning tbe alleged negotia ioos made
in behalf cf the la;e Conservative
government to secure Irish sopport in
return for the concession of home
rale. lie pronounces every one of th
tttementa ss "btseless fabricatioca."
He says: "It ia false that Mr. Parcel!
aa elven reason to believe that it
the Conaerva ives were in power after
tt general elect lone tney would give
him a statutory Parliament Nobody
connettd with tbe government gate
auch promise. Itisialee tbatl ever
hnvftrl the lttfhteet leaninfl in favor
of suh a concession. ' It is Wee that
Lord Osrnsrvon urged such a concess
ion on the Cabinet; it is therefore
false tbat the Cabinet did not
reluse such a conceteioa nntil ths
polls went against vs. It Is false tbat
Lorl Carnarvon u-ged a statutory
Parliament for six months: it is there-
RAIDaXL ABB CAUSED BOODS. ( ,htt bi nr(,e(J it wltboat the
The A 1-riiL showed a day or two I Oubloet onooaina it to anr extent. It
ago how Mr. Randall'! tariff bill has is false that af.er tbe reault at tbe
. provision to make ths cotton grower TJ,rd" because ItSvS
a peyer ot tribute to bis Pennsylvania fl d th ,iignteat Inclination toward a
c initituenti engaged in the iron trade. B atutory Par.iameot. I need hardly add
Bat iron t'es were not ths only a-t!cles that ins story mat ine laja purcnaw
Hcwrr VTr Ilewher mt
Lonnoa. Jane 29. Tbe Rsv. Henry
Ward Beecber and Mrs. Beecher ar
rived in London today. They were
met at tbe depot by Ir. Parker, tbe
tattor ii the Uitv Temnle. and His
wife and given a most affectionate
testing. lr. Parker Ird Mrs. Ceecher
to bie carriage and Air. ecner ioi-
loved with Mrs. Parker. The party
were et once driven to Dr. Parker s
house in 8 Johu a Wood. The En-
aliah evatem of brggaee cirrying
seemed to potxle Mr. Becher. and hU
perplexity affordtd Dr. Parker con
aiderahle amuwment. Mr. Beecher la
in eood health, but eats he intends to
res: before lecturing or preach leg. He
ii lull todav ol tbs areat, treat enjoyed
bv him at Liverpool yesterdny of
listening to Mr. Gladstone's marvelous
oratory and watcbicg the entnusium
ol tbe vast audience.
Cbicaoo. Jane 19. The Lake Shore
Rti road Company began operations
at 8 o'clock taia morning. At tbat
honr 250 rjolioa and Pinkerton men
tha Utter irmivl on veaierdav. with
Winnbester nnss, taking possession oi
tbe Fortr-third striwt swiicbing yarda.
By 9 o'clock two long freight trains
bad been maae np ana eianea bju u
AVIH1Y aad MHT'!TT- COTTON SCIlAPIIIIi
HAUDLED and EYE COTTON HOES,
GRAIN CRADLES, GRASS SCYTHES, ETC.
Pumps, nachinery Fittings and Pipe.
carrying strong armed guard but met nqnor license tor pass nve ye.
with no moles a-ion. At 10 o'clk a the enormous earn oi .;. T
LivsnrooL. June 29. Henry Ward
Beecber wa Interviewed lest evening
alter the areat Liberal mssi meting.
and wai asked by a reporter of the
Liverpool rust what no toougtit oi rnr.
Gladstone's speech. He said: "Mr.
Uladatone a iLeecn . was inmio
oas and powerful. - It delighted
tv: I told Mr. Glade tone I
as too much overcome to exnrfss my
appreciation of bit speech, and that n
bed given ma a greater inaignt raw
Imh aff-Ura tban I ever had before.
Mr. Glad Bt ore sid in reply: "I take
tbat as a compliment, for yon are as
able to judge as anybody."
A Oltwwa feed.
Paris. June 29. Thirty thousand
people went la-t night to witnen the
nenormance in ui immenas ouu iir-
cas at Nimes, in the department of
Hard. The entertainment bad been
sxteneively advert! d to be given
under elec no iigbt. ine ngnn
went out loon a'tr the per
firmance began, owlcg to the
defective apuaratus, and could
not ba relit Tbe peop e became en
raged and began rioting. They tore
ths fittings tf ths c rone and mads a
bonfl-e in tbe arena of tbem and ths
furniture. Troops bed to be ca'lsd to
restore order, which they only sue
ceded ia doing alter a desperate con
flict with the people, many ot whom
were wounded and anened.
iu."-: ( nominator substantial aid.
' till t V-kaji, -a to lbuted is no evidence
VTiigland, for the mccees
ranc juriit? iBperoui and happy,
advo-nica lil ;ssgss5
asu K pobjaj ths piiaha
psii.-ur a' canal.
come high tariff restricts foreign
ibd, and want oi shipping intensl-
Ks the restriction, and we are falling
41 ".So much into the old Chinese ejstem
?'of Hurting Ir.tercoursi with toreUn
nations. It is therefoio refrtshinn to
eee the dreary proceedings of Con
grcst interrupted by the introduc'ion,
on Monday, ot tome resolutions wlih
respect to the aspect of the French
Government toward ths Panama ca
nal project. Should the canal ba com
pleted, sni there is little docbt that it
will be ultimately in time way or
other, its existence will greatly mod fy
the poeitloa ot the United States ai h
respect to the outaids world. It will
bs the . way by which oar tbip-
ping will reach cur Pac fio States,
and that way must be fie.ly
, open to us. It will also be a way by
which Southern American SuteV
ablpplng can reach ur. This leaves
oar Atlaatio coast mote accessible to
possible enemiei than it wa belire.
Theee and other considers' iona In
volved, require thst our government
should watch keenly every s!ep Fra.ee
or any other giverninent mty lake
with reepBtt to the can;l. The canal
once built will always b9 a means ot
ac;ejsfrcm one oceai to the othsr,
n.1 wttlemecU maiie now will influ
ence our own poli'al and niBrcan'f e
affairs for poneratioiP" to come. Pj u
dent and f jreeosing aon on our j at
ot southern uss that Mr. Randall de
sired to oppress and to are by the
weight of taxation. Yearly the grow
ing of vegetables and f ruiti ia bee lin
ing more and more important busi
ness among us. As much ss tbe
Northernmarket requires issent av y ;
the surplus It Is becoming common,
where the "truck" ia appro
priated, to praserve tor market
later la the season by patting tbe sur
plus, especially of tbe fruits la tin
cmi. The consumption of thece cans
u greit, snd their price is quite sn ob
ject In dedd ng whethor it will pay to
can tbe surplus, or whetber tbat sur
plus most count is a less. Amen
can laoo, tuerture, requires iui
h'SB cans shall rostss little as poi-
b'e, yet paradoxical! enouh they srtj
made dearor"thu ths market prlie
cculd rale them by the imposition tf
a specific daty, that ot lut j yea s has
been equal to twuuty five and taut?
per Cent, of the valuo of tho art cle.
As tho manufacture cf tin plate in tbe
country Is unimportant, no la go coa
c rn being engaged la it, tho yoirly
imprrtfction of it aaooiuits to
$IB,OCO,COO. The nmjnntof Amrrlcan
labor employed in tin pUte making U
thureforo very email, wlrile the amount
of Ubor usirg it is lnrg?, as tho amount
ot'ha Importation ehows. Tin pHtu
for earning Is used by Ihoso who enn
vegetables, fruits, jollier, prestrvesand
other preparations of fruiti.and for
csnninj meats, fish snd ether sitic'os.
Tlie question arises Is American labor
moat concerned with cheap tin to aid
the labor employed In tho canning
business, or ia tho trivial business wo
di in making tin plate? If protection
! irk tvartrtnA tn at all. nr
ttwo Interests it should evident
ly g've its weight whers ths
moat labor ia concerned. That tbe
canned articles are extensively ex
ported to all parte ot the woild adds
an additional claim on the canning
baslcess side. Wbat does Mr. Rin
dall'a propoBed reform of the tariff do
In this pUin caie? Does be make tin
plate free to aid American labor? On
the contrary hla bill advances tho
duty to Si cents pound. This Mr.
Randall calls "tariff reform." He is
really doing good to the cause of tariff
reform by showing ths people how the
monopoly's, in their haughty Inso
lence, offer Insult to the country,
which Is demanding such clisnges in
the tariff ss will decrvae just such
impediments to tr.de aa Mr. Randall
proposes to increase,
LITTLE ROCK, ARK. '
Peleaatea Arrtvlat She Den
eratle Meat I'aaveaiUea.
IsrioiAb to Tie rrat.l
Lima Rocx, Ark., June 29. The
btate Democratic Coaven ioa will
meet here at 12 o'clock tomorrow. Tbe
city ia filling op with delegates snd
strangers, wbo always come whenevei
t ere ia aoyihing of lnieieat eing on
It is tbe goneral impression thtt tbe
meeting a ill bs stiort ana Dueicess-
like, as only two positions
on tbe ticket have any
real enntottante. Tneee are
Buie Amlitor and Sarerintendent of
Pub'io ust'ueion. The desth of Dr.
McGaire gives Ex-Qoveraor Mil er
alincst a dead rtinty of gott ng iht-t
piece, while there is li tie doubt but
tint eupennienueLt xnompecn win
bs renomtnateu as ue win oi t r tne
convention wi h almost strength
snough to nooiinata, bat it is merely
gp cu'.etl ii. An Arkansas political
convention la eorcctning wtiicb no
man cm haodl.
bill was passed in d.ferencs to
a wish expressed In an interview on
August let, is simply Impossible, be-
cause tne D ii Laaaireaay passea toe
Homed Lords and the governmr t
had pledged itself to tbe bill. Tbe
Bovrrnment resolved upon tbe par-
ensss bill as soon as it entered office,
a month before August 1st
CBaUBEHLAIX IS FXAB OF HIS LIF.
It is s'ated that in consequence of
Fenian threats Mr. J ssph Chamber
lain baa bad his residence placed an-
dr ths guard ot detective, and thst
he haa detectives with revolvers to sc
compsny him in all his journeys be
tween bis nouss anu tne city.
MINISTERIALISTS SIIU. IIOI'mFDL.
The Ministerialists continue hope
tul ot obtaining a email majority in
i be coming election. At the rational
Liberal UluD too majority lor me
goverruutint is estimated at twei-ty
Ine Unionists ate lonildeot ot a mo
j rt, 'lb nires' imatt-s vary ng from
titty to sixty. T to betting at ti e Con
a rvntiva Ciiib :e two to one ainimt
Glad tone. K-eelioas will bo liHirt
in thirty nine di tr,ws oa Fiii'ay next,
-nclnding Manchester. Livtrio',
L ink Aberdeen and Bii tol. One
hucdrod and forty-ljuv Unionist cun
dulHies remain uuoppieei ia Great
lirit .in, nia nit tiaty-tiire Gla-i-a.outuiie.
Tte Rev. !). Alien, a lvaJ
et t the non-0.nfoi mists, ins joiueu
tho UnioiiUU. He wis for
nury a stoodlat aherett
ot Mr. Gladstone. It is thought bis
detection wilt Ihvo much atlneno
among the dimmers. Mr. Bright
eat tit preserves tiltnce regurd'ng tbe
lft'cr addrsiet to bun ry Mr.
Gladstone, In which tbe Prem er
demanded that he bo excp tid
fr.im the ai-SBittJn ruido by
Mr. Bright In a letter to Mr. Rylands,
a Limnal Unit nist, th t t ne jejir ago
all Lib rals h-li Mr. It lands s i pin
ions eoncnrnli'g homo rulft. ill'
Bright' ailinue Is at .ribut-d to his
i .Untion to reply to .vl r. Gladstone iu
his sptech i n 1 biiriday.
h'B beea cauwd by an arti tie purport
lug lo cjii'.ia iuipurUut F nl.n levo
la ionf, pnblisnd in ins current
nainber ol the Fortnightly Keview Tbe
article ia cptiu-l "Buhind tie
Scenes," and ia ostensibly contiibu'ed
by sn Irishman. It tel ssiibstentwuy
the follow iug Btore: Frank Byrne,
secretary of tbe Eng'ioh brancQ ct
tbe IrUh National legue, occu
pied aa ollics on Bridge n-e.t,
opposite Westminster Hall, in tbe
spring of 1842. Ttie office ajj ,ind
the rooms occupied at the time by the
lnth rarliauidu arv party. Mr. i if
nell used Bvrna's office tor the trans
action of private business, because, as
he said, it was tbe quleteet place ne
could get in tne nugiiD-rcoou
Tbe knlvea osed in tbe assas 1-
nation of Lord Frederick Ctveudien
and ftr "urke in Pbosnix Park
were pu Xsed w th Leajne money
These knives weie then given to s
Fenian cobbler t cover with Ira'cer
aheaths. and from tbe cobbler'a ahop
lhywre didiver.d at the i.e-gue
cilice by a brother of Frank Byrne,
and were tubsfqumtly entnuted to
Mrs. F.aik Byrne to be con
vey d to Dub in and there be
delivered into iha hands of James
Catey. Miss Magis Byrne ook X100
furnished frcm the league tna iry to
Dublin to enable an organiser of the
league iiup'.ics ed in the s-asiinatloas
to escape to Am-rci. Mr. l a rick
Ksgao, who wis tban tbe treasurer ot
the league, billed tne country shortly
eatloai! Shweftaa Affray
Braadon-esae Has Killed.
taraout, to vaa arraAL.I
Jackson, Mibs., June 29 Oar city
has been thrown into a state oi ex
citeraent over a shooting scraps tbat
occurred in B andon this morning.
When the 11 o'clock a.m. west bound
na'aenser tain reached Brandon Jar.
Tbomas II. Johnson, a resident of
Brandon, being a passenger theiem,
got otl the tratn and at ence ap
Droacbed Joa Bolton, the dopo'. agint
and telenraoh ooeiator at Brandon,
and, with ut warning. Area are shots
icto his parson, two Btriking him in
tbe head, two iu the neck and one in
tbe etouiuch. Poltcn made no show
nl to i tco. and rtccved seveia
ehots af er 'allirg to (ha ground.
Ha is et 11 iligsiing, but lu
a dviog condi ion. Thera are,
of coiihp. rumors ai to the cause of
tne shooang, but nt thing rel'abls atd
dttln t4, and are c 1 a dciicite cnartc
tor. B ilton is some twenty-stx jiai
of age and is from Tob a'orsa, Ala,
hnv n ie-iJ-l at B:a don in ibeein
ilov of ths ViiksbtiTg snd Mtr.diaii
R-ilroid Company some twi yeaw,
and hvinglVdn It rolorattio t ; line
Johnscn iflsouio b xty cr more year
of sua. lis is tie father in-law of toe
Hon. R. H. Het rr. Public Piint r of
Miei?s p ii, and brother in law f Gen
J. A. 8 uitb, la'e 8 ate Sup-rintt-n
dont of Public Elucattnn if Mii-hik-
eippi. JoLnonwasat once taken in
custody by officers tf tho law.
Pinkeiton eanad aoeorapaoted aswltcn
engine to the Union Stock Yrdato get
tbaivs atoviao AS CBUAL
At noon traios were being mads np
at both tbe Fortv-tnlrd strre. and t-o
glewood yards, ana were oeirg vai
cat aa nsasL Each train was guaided
by ten or twelve Pinkertm men, who
were armed witn nincneeter nms.
The atnkari gAVethe Root street cross
ing a wide berth, and few of tbem
were ti be loaoa in ine yicinnv. a
freight train was m da ap at tbe Stock
Yards duricir ths forenoon, and was
sent east without any intertrence,
UCCKSSFUL TBAIlt WBKCKIBO.
The exuiteme at over the Lake Shore
strike was renewed this evening by a
aceroaful attempt to wreck a train at
the Un oo Stock Yards A number
of emotv stock cars had been removed
Irom Kixty-tnird steet to me ysrj
to be loaded with cattle. Tne appat
ent abandonment of active hostilities
liv tha striken had caused tne Vlflll-
ance of the guards io be relaxed
slightly. Just es tbe train had left
tba Lake Shore track protected by the
injunction and entered the terr.toiy
ot tne s'ock. yaros, a man maae a aasu
at aawitch, thiew it, and in aa ins' ant
two of the cars were ditched. A r.flo
aliot rang oat as one of tbe tnnkerton
men took a scap enot at tna uiaap
tMarinir fiznre. The shot was in
effectual and the mm escaped. He
waa reronnixed and will probably be
arretted la er. No further atteicpt was
made to iuterfere with tbe train ana
tha drrailed cars were soon restored
to the track and proceeded to thtir
Caafl let Bctwaaa raloa aad Hon-
Cbicaoo. III., June 29. A hand
to hand combat o carted tbia laon.-
In hetween some aaioa and non
anion men at the nsw Jacob Cntld
Inr. cirner of Washington B iulevard
and Carpenter street. Tbs non-union-
ista, fourtuea in numb sr. have been
at work for ths last few days Bnlnhing
tbe odd jobs. Toey worked ten hours
a day at tne rate oi zo cents per uoor
They took the place of ths menwio
atrock May 1st for eight hours. The
unior.ig's Held a meeting issi nignr,
and (ltnrmned to out their enemies
e- naM Thnt AnmrHinslv annearhd
on tus scene tots moroing, anu who
clubs and stones succeeded ia bru s
1dq several of the non-union men, but
wee irtgutonea away Dy ine pnru
before sn vihing teriom occurre 1. One
of tha ti liters, named Boacer. was ar-
re t?d. snd when prouvnt Dei are
Jub ici 8cully wps fined $25.
Another eavate a'jsult on non
union curnen'erB orcurred ihis f ra-
noon t Jrflersan. no tbwest of tbe
c ty. A squad of uiioa men invaded
a Loose wt ee fi o men were wo't.iag
atd handled all of tbem r -rghly, a
workmin nem"d McKean, 65 ye.rs
rdd, I oirg Berioil'ly irjured. Dtl'in!
tbe effniy a eor trictor name! Barl
largeou whb b rue wi'h a s'mrp imple
ment bp(1 h'B right car waaBeveed
from bis hntd.
eeediegs will at once be instituted
against a'l the druggists in the State.
a-CPrTAL fSIZE, a75.eoe.-SM
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
miutaU for u l m owaw ana
tmt lirmuinat of tU Louinano Sit Lotun
Caawaat. uni i pmon aKMae mnd tontrol
,1. l)M...flMtHlMi. omA tkat Ikm m
rank lowara aupnm,una
Ik Oomptmw t w (Au wrSWVoati, wt(A Jo-
imU af oar atfaotarai
sBllOtlJvsMif tM it swai1
UNION & PLANTERS' BANK
OF MEMPHIS, TEN5
At Claaa af Balaa. May 9, UN,.
Loans and Ptiooanti -..J1.1W.39 sy
Mninnhia L'omuroiniM Bonds.M
Cotton Kxcbanta Membership...
VADkinabuuta ana ouioe nxiuns
Ki pen San. .........
tut on nana........
. ats.iae it-
528.120 T -
Capital Paid np "
Interest and Kxohaaga
.. 118.776 64
.. 1,013,12 61
A. Vaeearo. Wm. A. Wlillantoa.
Joseph Brnoe, Vapolaon liUl.
H. uudier jrrarser, ""ri
S. P. head. Benj. Babb,
John a. Pepper, Js. H. McDaritt,
uaas n. onowcieu,
HAP0LB0N HILL . P"!a
WM. A. WILLIAMSON Vica-Pwideiit
B. P. KKAU -
THE STATE CAPITAL.
A DECISION IJITIIK HRIU6ISTS'
Jade Blerrltt Bnlea That Thejr Are
Liable for tha Tax aa
w. iV. mAjM. Hanks awl Bonasra.
wtU pay all iVws aratsn m 1M Aoiussaaa
HtaU LoUmm whu smy o frm salsa as oar
J. H.OC1LESI 7,Prea. La. Ban Baa a
J. W.KILBBBTH.PFa,Btate Hat'l BB
A. HALDWII, Proa. . O. Bat. BS
Ineorporated la 1868 for twanty-Bve yaars
by the Lacialatnra for Idaoational and
Cnariuble parposet with a oapital of II,-
000,000 to whioh a ruaerra fund of orarSMO,
OUO has tlnoa been added.
ilr aa OTerwnsiminy popuw tow
fran oh was mads a part of the present BUte
Oonstitatlon, adopted Dacember ii, A.D.
1879.. . . . .
raeoaty iVoderysasr aoies aa aaa taava.
hy Vu people a aa SHU.
a ii asver seotee or posnwMe.
tasta alaexi maasiiir , sse iss
traartllaary UrawSnaa rraalas-ly v
trr Ibree meaibs Snaiead af aasnl.
Aaanally sus acre to ! re, haalaalaa
"a'sp'lkn IT OPPOBTCWITT TO
WIIS A roKTl ISK. BEVRNIH GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS , lTHK ACADEMY
OK MUrtIO, NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY,
Jal 13, laM-ltatli Monthly Drawina.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 975,000.
lOO.OOOTiekataat F1t nallaraEaets-I-raetlona,
la Flfttta, ia
LISX OF PRIZES.
1 Oapital priie....... 4 TS.ono
1 Capital prise. .... p.XXi
1 Capital prise 10.(M
3 Priiea of J-WOU 12,000
5 Prises of 2IKH) 10.0110
10 Prises of 1(XI... ................. 10,000
20 Priiei od 500........ W.Wif
100 Prisee of S00 ffl.OCO
300 Prises of 100 0,0f0
M0 Prises of 60 , 2?.I0
1000 Prists of 2.r to.OUO
9 Approximation prises ol $750 S.TO)
9 Approximation priP,of SIX)..... , 4, NX)
9 Approximation pris.es of 850....... 2.0
1907 Prises, amounting to....... t265,6;0
Application for rates to elnbs should bo
mad only to tne onjco oi uie voiopau at
For further Informntton write rlMriy,
iivtne full address. a-STAL'S'lit. Hi-
in otdinary letter. CurrenoT by txprast tai
our expanse)s addressed
M. A. DAS PIS S?l,
&i ew Or loaoa, 1 a.
Or M. A. IAFII1S,
SArnnhluaiou. D. ..
or at 6 WeatCaart Kt.,!HnihiB,Tcna
Maka P. 0. Monej Orders payable
and address liPRislored Letters to
HF.W OBLBANH NATIOHAL BAKU,
CHANCERY S A T.F.
Ho. 806, R. D. Chaneary Conrt of Bhalky
ooanty. Btnta of lenoessee Tt. L. 11.
Bl Tirtue'of Intariceutory decrees for taia,
enured in tbe abore oansa on the th
day ol Jna andtfth day of SoTamber.l8l,
M. B. 48. p. 560, and M. B. 50, pace 111 . I will
sell at public auction, to tha hlfheat bidder,
la tront of the Clerk and Meater'a offioa,
eourthousa ol Shelby oouuty, Memphis, lea
atardajr, Joly S4, 1S96,
within let al hours, tha following deacribad.
property. situaUd la Shtlby ooanty, Ian-
Lot 8, block 56, fronting 50x170 feat, sooth
tide ot Georgia street. ...
Part lot 1. block 41, beginning on sooth
tide of Vanoa street 80 feet east of the eorner
of St. Martin ttreeti tbency east with Vanea
street 70 leeti thenoe south 60 feetj thenoa
west 70 feet; thenoe north 60 feet to tha be-
"Lot"'. block 64. beginning on the west
side of Hernando street at northeast corner
of eaid loti thenoe estwerdly with the hna
of J.M. Wilson's lot lt leet to the est line
ot ti. Mosby'i lot) thenoe south with said,
lint 21 feet; thence eastwsrdly with Henry
No an't line to Hernando street; thence
north with said street 21 fast to the begin
ais. . , .... .,v.
Terms or oaie vu ,oi-iv,i '"-"-"-
eta bearing inUrest, with teenrity, re-
quiredi lien retained; redemption barred.
note bearing interest.
6. I. MoDOWELL, Clerk and Muter.
Ty H. f. Walsh. Deputy Clerk and Master.
jr. n. a 1). w . ueisaeii, loiiiiwi..
Ellia Neat to the Aylnn-A
II AVI tborotulily tried fonaa Ine,
and it d -a all that U rlniaie 1 (or it,
D. M. REAil AN, M P., Ksle, Teg.
IS BSMOTKD BT THI DSS OF COOOAIXR.
And it stimalates and promotes tbs
growth of tbs hair.
Baraett'i tlaTOring KrtracU ara th a
Irleta Katloaal Lcagae.
Di'iiMis. June 19. Mr. Hely rr-
sided st ths regu'ar foitnightly meet-
lot; ol the National ieagua bt-ia cere
today. He anninrced with g atitude,
be rat'', the tere'pt ot fjOlOO f om
America lor the 1'arltamentarjr fund
sices tne iatt me tine
Iha riala-Laaaachera Libel Halt.
Ion now, June 29. The Laodon
financial jYr, wh-rh h.s ben al
ali np; again-t Mr. Cy-us W. KMd,
publishea tc.mmiornitg ibe lollowiog
in an editorial: Mr. Cyms W. Firld
bas s-'coied a viitorv. Mr. LaKou
chere has wi h iiawn his iraput.to
upon that teu I-nun 8 action ia rn
ne -tion with t' no or ous Wsbasi
schrms. Mr. Will-am Abbo'thsal-
milted thst bs was In er or in ni kin
ths chars-Mi to ninth IVuia e vo r ub
li- ity, and tho tr a1 ca-e ol Fie'd v.
Layout ht're h'S en'i-il n sn im rain
settlement. Mr. Field has dona well
he baa I luckily tiavtUd 3000 miles
IsruotAL TO hi arritL.l
Bibminoham, A ia., Juue 29 Tom
El ls went to Tuscaloo&a this afu-r
nuon und-ir nuird of a deputy eher.U
t mter tne asylu if r the luean, to
wh en he was etntsncrO I r me mur
derof Claia Koss. Sheriff Truts al
lowed him mst before luaviDg to go
otitis town ungaarJed and tell U
fr.tnds g od bye. He was net at all
opposed togou Rf ppsrenuy.
A uearo named Nat Trenban
tamed ap ia tbe heart of tha city to
day perfectly df . and to all appear
anmasQfit'rirg ercatly. Only a utile
i lie bolore be was working aa a
hflper in tbe Birmingham tolling
mills sbont a m le f om where hewa
I and,and dociorssay his present coo
d tion is tna result of overheating
there. It is not knowa how he cam-
ap town. He waa earned h jme and
ia thought to have a cbancs of recov
The Dlacharaea lMtal Clerka.
InDiAHAPOi.is. Imd. Jnne 29. A
meeting of the Grand Lodge of the
B otiiOrhnod of Kaiiway r.stai s;iatas
wilt ba held in this city on Fr day,
wt ich iiromiees to be largely a'tendt-d
adv ca having been received from all
anbTtlnae lodees. w tn two excep
tions, stating that lep'essnUtives will
bs r-resent. Tbe object of the meet
inst is to st-lect a enmn iltse to visit
WaBliiro- on and wa t on the Postmas
ter Gentrsl for th purpose of securina
from bim a definite a ateme it as to
wbat the cicrss may expect in fntu-e
aa tn tbeir om- isl tenure. An cllic r
of th-s Broth rhood autes thst tt.is
rommittee w 11 suraiy be sent to Waa V
irotor. defpts the ac in al esdy
tfken by the c era tment in rem ving
Clert-8, at d tbe intenuoa oi me organ-
iistlon wll not bo charged evsn
abou'd fur hr remcvala be made b
fore the mcctiog ot Fiiday.
Vire at Itateavllle, Arh.
Batksvillb. Ark.. June 29. At 2
n'elook this norning a fire was di rov
arml In J i hn A. Glenn's store, wh ch
c mmuDi--tedto W. G MtoreA Co'a
stjre, bo h being cirsumed. Gl'ntt'g
loss: suck. $ 6,000, building, 12 00;
in u-ance, t'HkH). Mono's loss:
CMO on stock. JliOOO on budding. To
la. :t5000 F lirg wis St- r onaly
t ju d Latham Mcuain aud Pieton
Tacht Kaclns at Boaiaa.
B htos. Mass. June i9. The re
gatta sailed eff Marblihetd today w
in p int of w.ather, wind, roini'a o
ol the comptting yach Mbr n nlti ni'e
of s pectxtors and the tru(.ucd inter -t
rxciedin tba minds t f the general
nnblic, the mos rentarkable ra- e eve r
u l.di'n tha Now litonlnnd count. Ti
Hu'it-in won, with tbe Prlacilla atcoLd
and the MsjSower tuua
araouL to thi arrtALJ
Nasbviu.k. Tknm . June 29. Tbe
hir e n h annlverssry of the esiab-
lihhmont cf the Knights ef 11 Jtior
rJe- was reHbrated hore today by n
ix nnion ten mllfcS up the nver to a
nutfid nictui snue suit on tbe turn
btrland. Five itir-usand peoid were
in ait-tr-danc. and the day was iu l oi
t niovmeat. Two bress banda wre in
a tmnlaice, and everybody fffs.sn-
thnipd. An a drt bs of welioma was
delivered bv J. Bailey Brown et inn
pitv. and anreche mads bv Supreme
Dirtctortl a s.ol ii.ooxvine,anouranu
D.recU-rJ. O r erce, ot oaempDis
A ilmUion was todav rendersd in
tha Chancery Court involving tne
Interests ot Tsnneeeee drngg sts tj
tha sxtent of nearly t2.00u.0n0. A
b 11 was flld a number of mouths ig-i
ao-iinat Damovil e k (Jo . John W
Youoglove, Wharton 4 Uo , uampoeii
Broa . and Greener 4 ., leading re-
tiil drntriista of Nashville, to
romrel them to pay the special
Rtato and coun'y liquor tax
levied noon ail drnpoteta by tne l'gis-
la-ore, t include 1882 and subsequent
years. Th act in qae-t'on was worded
to npply to and in dude all retail liq
nnf nWlnra ard drilkeutS wbo anld
in x cv-ing liqno's or preparations of
whicl alcohoi, whisky" or other in
tntinnl wis an ingredient. The
d Ufiiisti c f the BUte hsve without
exc-otion iior!wl thia law, in c onse-
auencs of which Mr. J. B. Danie's,
reiieseiitiog the Stite of Tennetsee
a it Dtvidaw coantr. filed the bill
refe rsdtoand tested tha e a tm nt
before the ourts w hen t le cause cn e
to iia heard s week go by CnanctHor
Merritt. Tte defendsnts we e repre
entftd hv Judcs E. H. East and Co'
This. Msloae, two of the hading a
tornejs ot tbe State bar. Able argn
mania were made and 'h enu'e ma
tr taten nnder advi emett. Yeater
day, however, Judge Merritt dec df d
t ie CM) lor c impu-nan'a, njiuiuK me
fiv defendrtt jointly liable to the
H ate for 1 4003 aud to tbe county fcr
J3000. being the amr-unt of the asgre-
aat-d licenaes for the years-irc'.ad:ng
w . . W . 1 B.S -
and ttitoonB6l to isfla. jnoKo jier-
ii t auref d ts remit all interest, penal-
liii and fints for non-pavment at the
proper tuna of the tax. ine uw ions
enat-nad rioni-es evr ry dmeiist io
tie Stite io take out a retail liquor
lirwmn. tV me aa eau rdrf irttll
ba'rooms and saloonr. This is $2i0
f r State lioerss and 1150 for county
1 cense, or $'50 per aneutn for this
"Decikl merchants license, as
I is csled by ths comt
lit. PanifK the stto ney
wqo filed ths bill, s'ated last Dm tit t
an Amman rt-oaiter that tbi-re sre
l4icro?giits li the S!ae, and each
of theee ii indebted tJtheS.ate and
i .tin' v tr hsck laics, or unpaid tpe-
c el liquor prir. leges, in the sum of
JM0J. ILis shows ttiat me a ug?is a
ot ths 8:ate alreadr owe fo r .ail
No. 5322, B. D. Chancery Conrt of Shelbjt
eonnty 8tate of Tennessee for use etc.
ts. SHary K. Aihford etal.
BY Tirtue ol an Interlocutory deorea rov
tale entered in the abore cause on tha
4th day of January, IBM. M. B. 60, paaa
&I7, 1 will sell, ot publio auotion, to tha
highett bidder, in front or the CUrk and
Winter's office, oourthousa of Sbolby county,
Memphit, Tenn.. on
Hatnrdfty, Jnly SI, 1HHO,
within legal houri, the following de
foribed ptoperty, eituetcd in bbolbyoounty.
TennoRee, to-wit : '1 ho f ou n pan oi ii a,
block f8. fronliog35 fret on the at side of
bt. Martin itreet oi a aepin oi iu ira,
lot being ISO feet north ot Linden street.
Terme of Hale On a preditol ix months 1
notee with necurity, bearing interest, re
quired; lien retaiDed; redemption barred.
Ihn.J una u.. ir. T . .
By II. F. WalBh, Iinpn'y C. and M.
F. H. and C. W. lieishell, folf-
Forty Years a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
tn wnitTV Y1&AR8 1 have been a vio-
tin to CATARRH-three-fourthi of the time
a anlTasaS) TVArtl r. At nill.lS 1 I it IT rliri3
AlKOtid MY fOHKHKAD AND MY N08-
TKlliB. The aitcnargei were n oneneire
that I heallata to mention it, eioept lor the
mrA It maw An lAina other eufferer. 1 hare
pent a young lortune from my earn i nee
during my lorty yeare oi 'unarms u mn
relief Irom the doctors. I hare tried patent
medloinee every one I oould learn ol Irom
tt inn. isnrn.n of tha earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST (fT yeare of age) haye met
with a remedy that ta cured me entireiy-
w a nmw m.n. I weie-haa 128 POUndS
and now weigh 145. I uied thirteen bottles
of the medicine, and the only retrret I hare
it, tbat being In the humble wa'ks of lile I
. . Mn l... in s o.bm tn nrerail on all ca
tarrh tuflereri to use what haa cured me
Gulna's Pioneer Blood Jnewer.
" HKNRY CHBVKS,
" No. S67 Second street, Macon, Ue."
M TIfir nhevaa. tha writer of ths
ahove, formerly of Crawford county, now of
Macon, Ue., menu ue oonnoent-o oiau iu-
terutedla oaurrn. 7. a. ,
" Xz-Mayor of Maoon.
FLESH PRODUCER & TONIC
Galon's Pioneer Blood Benewer.
Carts all Blood aid Rkia Diseases, Rheume-
t-sm. r-orolula, UIJl oores. a periooi opriua
Medicine. .,.,. , 1
I, mi in nr market. It will re forward-
on reoeipl of price, baall bottles. II, large.
Essay oa Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
Tlrm irnirmt rniPlST.
No. 205, R. D. In the Chancery Court of
hhe ot vounty ii-bvuu a. swuiw
ts. Fannie Boehler
T. Wnm hill which l IWO to in
this cause that the defendant, Fannie Boeh-
ler, is a non resident 01 me mate 01 no-
ih.th.r nulilnnM ii unknown:
It la therefore ordered, That she make
her appearance herein, at the onurthque
01 rihelby county, in Memphis, Tena., es at
before Ue fint Monday in Auaust, ,and
plesd, answor or demur to jtii Isin
ant's bill, or the game will be; i.ke )for
confessed as to br and set furai ru ex
r.irt! and that a copy of this ordn i so-
i;.ki . n- k w. ah. f-r lour SLfcet..iTe
weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. Ihis 21
day of ."una. &. A copy attest:
8. 1. MCDOWELL, Clerk and Msste
By J. M- Bradley, Deputy & and M.
T. B. Edgineton. Pol, for compl nt.
DEMOCRATS IO THE FRONT Ta aJ.
prraooa seeking Oorernmont Km I
ployment in any ot the department e
Wuhinrton. er any other positions andeS
the Uot in Giant, I willsend lull Insiruotiont
as to how to troMl to obtain the same,
and BSaala rsnne af Appllaattoa cn
Scsipt ot Ore Doilw. Admaa JstHB)
. ,tBli. Laea-tHrX ). C'lutsaaa
Mississippi &Icnnessee K.U.CO.
Mvuphib, Trxs., May 12, W6.
TTIE President, und Directors of the Mis
siFsipid snd Tonnefee Mailrond Com
pany, in acooruance with section 16 of tha
charter of raid Company, hereby eaH a gen
eral meetitgof the lo?kholders in thistom-
Pny, to be neia m inoomcei un uiw
iiy. in Memphis, Tenn., m sseUsieaUay,
she aotts dy ef J anr.lNS6, for the pur
pose of consioer'ng and acting on the con
tracts authorised by this Board on the lltn
dayot May, 18.-6: As to a Lnion Pssssnger
Depot, as to Track on River Front in -"C'n"
polf. ss to wravei ana utevi ioiujiuw m
oilltios of this Company.
By order oi the President and Board ol
Directors. . .,..
H. ii. liJTinn. oe:rawy. M
AUTUMN IMPORT ATIOK-
STOCKMEN, farmers, dairymen, and an
fanciers of this fnmous and favorite
breed, are informed that the above shipment
will comprise a very choice assortment of
BULLS (18 months old! : YR AVRLDfll HEIK-
JSKo (to calve eany in ibsii; viujuj w
both sexes and dropped this spring).
All pure-bred and seleoted by noted judgeg
with the greatest care Irom wel'-known but
ter families with high-class milking straina.
rarties wanting striouy uri-ci "-'
r. t ..:.. .A.w tn .nniMkaafnllv astabltsB
lor IUUOU.HUU ' - . . ' .
a herd, are cordially invited to correspond.
Our prices will be found reasonable special
terms lor orders. Apply for full in formation
terms toro aDaM(J0N k ro xALDStlN,
SS Leaden dm l strep', iwnuun.
Taluable Second St. Property
On Wednesday, Jaly 7, 18SC.
WB will sell oa eorner ol Main ald Mad
ison streets, tbe Lettwich house and
Io, situaUd iut uoith of the Central Bap
tist Church, fronting 105 feet by 150 feet.
Terms One-fourth C"h ; balance in Six,
twelve and eithteen months.
J,.n.lH.186. K.J. BLACK k 00.
Kotlce to Contractors.
St. Loots. Arkansas ako Tsxas Raiiwat, 1
Omen or th t'msr Ekgw., 1-
Tkxarkaha, Ibx., June 19. 1886 I
SEALED proposals addressed to the Chief
Engineer oi tbe St. Louis, Arkansas and
Texas railway. No. 40t Market street, St.
Louis, Mo., will be rer-eived until 12 o clook
oon or tne an or uiy, i-xw, iur u cvd-
onouso ana maonme
Proposals to have
A Valuable Patent.
ISaaey'B (Hone) rra aad Pea riass-
a A VINO perfected my Invention, I srtsh
o place it before the publio. especially
to. rutaoturors. As a Corn Planter, it is a
pertoot snccets epeas the drill, dirtribated
the need aoctrately, unininred, and oorerd
the same, thereby one nan performing the
work of three. That have been used la
this section tor over a doten years with per
fect satisfaction. Can give responsible tstl
JOHN H. DANCY.DancyrUla,
Hftvwol enTitv. 7-- -
KarsltLYl,N.T.-Bcrd otitis Hi'U
. Mrs. Ii. C. Howard, 2"6 WaMngto
Park. Rooms large; lonntion dd'ghlfulj
eonvenient to cars to Manl.attaS tieaclif
Coney Island. Long Beach and Central Park
also to Hew York plaoes of amusement.
truntion of a lfonno
. . Tl Til ... .
D DOpS at rluw JJIUUt nii t
ik. ....Iam innoril.
Rnnndbou-e and Machine 6hops at Pina
Uluft." The lollowing is aa approximate
statement ot quantities:
4.110 eu. yards ot Excavation.
Iftl.OiiO tt. B. M. Lumber.
1.350.II-0 Briok.l , ,
600 Squares of Gravel KooSns.
Plans and specifications can be seen at tba
general offl.e of tba Company, eorner of
Fourth and Market streets, ht. Louis, Mo.,
at the ofBoe ol P. II. Hnulahan, Master of
Transportation, Pine Bluff, Ark., and at thia
The Company reserves the light to reject
any or all bins.
R. L. VAN SANT, Chief Engineer.
Tf . ft Cnuumig, Pen. Sup't.