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Ights of Honor
V iiiiiffilM eat s was
aeii-a Ainlveraary ef the Kaighta
r ""-a.or Will Ba Celebrated at
"Wednesday, Jane 30th.
Tickets f Aeww, .
The Musleal Pnmasi ef the Knisktt of
Honor Celebretioa will ee u follows:
I. OmUii Grand Hale Caerut u Sole, by
J. Bescnnitl. ,
8. Good S ghtso'o quartette for male kid
female to.ees (from Martha), Flotow.
S. The Heavens ere 'ielline grind ehorot
for male and lemale vuioee (froia Crea
4. to 'he hhine grand male chorus, 67
The followini ladles and gentlemen will
take part ia the to-al music:
HiiMi Woodward, 6peeht, 8leinbre''r.
Delaney, Hawkins. Thomas, Purosll, Uoe
oel. bitifeM, Eheler.
avessrs. Hution, Rlopelle, Peterson, Roe
eeher. Siren 11, Weirbaeh, Bepixrt, Krekel,
Borbein, Kjmpf, Zimtnerniann, Hitter,
Lott, Mun, Janiet Hitter, . Kberberdt,
Rail . Uriffltb, Uyan. Cbaf Kbtrhardt, It.
Ziminertnann. , , .
averlbe Transportation Committee bar
made arrant-amenta with all the railroad!
i i, .. . ;-,nK. tn mmt half-rate farea
for all who wi'h. to atti.d the Knights of
Honor Celebration. 'All country orewren
are eordialiy invited te be with at oa tail
joroas ooo tioa
DOG A lane Mack Newfoundland bltob.
Tbe Under will be reward d by return
ing ber to No. Knonanre nrwt.
SCOTCH TERM E It DOG-On Mdar a
Sootch terrier due. near poatofiee. Re
turn te J. GLAhS, M ddle street and Union
avenue, and tat reward
DAY BOOK And BU."k of Billheada.
The odar will be rewarded by leaving
it at the office of the PPKCTA'IOR.
U& Beoond etreet.
GOLD RING One plain (old ring, in
alley between 69 Madison street and the
Clarendon lloiel. Cinder will return to
Mm. Willii, Gantt A Patterson's ofioe, and
be Itherally rewarded.
HOUSB With T rooms, oa Madiioait.;
part cath, balance in monthly pay
ment!. Address immediately,
W. Appeal office.
LAND Tract ol timbered land, near pro
pollineo Iron Mountain Railroad,
miles froai Memphis.
. A B this effioe.
C10W8 PONY-J rood eoollmeted milch
J oowe one, a baif Jeraey I and a gentle
aan be teen al 110 I
i union s'rect
C 10WS Two splendid Bilk and butter
J Jersey eowa. Alao, a pair PEA FOWLS.
Apply at 638 Main street, or northwest cor
ner of Rayburn avenue and Jackson street.
A, W, LONG.
100. fl2r. I1A0 cash er installments.
Al... on. J-t-ljo.,
389 Main rtrcet.
LKGANT BRICK RK8IDECK On
Vance strtet corner lot. AuareM
L. Appeal office.
PIANO A fine p' rio, mntt be fold at
once. Call at 10 I'moto street.
ETC Uarina eonotudfd
VJT to quit the
frrocei y part of our business
our entire I'ock o broceries, iixturcii.
Drays and Mules are fur sale. Anyone v ib
ins to fo into Ibe oholeiale sroetry buiicest
can scours a raruain by eallint nn
KCKbKLY, UTONE A CO.,
Mo. 2'8 F'ont lrcet.
1 double surface matober an moulder
1 hin.d. with teit4 and everythtnir in
Sood workinr order, c'toaii for rash. Ad
ren MATDUEK, roldwatcr, .Ml t.
"pOARflNG-lI'.'OSK AND SALOON At
3 14b IVont, ci r, Kuchnnge. Applr tbi-rc.
Oli Papers-cher. at
COUNTRY NEWt PAPE-Adilrc,l
a W.BAHUF.f. A?h'ai.dCity,Ti'nn.
(JpQrv VMiL BUY. new bunnosi tor
S)vvJ tbe ata'e of lenne'seo. Ala
bant, Mi'douri tir LoutKmpa, to make la'tre
oath profit" atotioes a monopoly (uliy pro
toctcd. far'irs wshiii a (rood huirni ail
drn! MAM p A 'Tl' K ?. . . thin
A TNV.WPuRT NEWS, VA.-liOO lots
IEWS, VA. liOO lot!, 5K
t, 4( fi et deep, t or lull
XX l, wator tro
irest VVM. A. DEAN,
47 I vir vto
(COTTON STORAGE MTohaots desirins
I cotton rtora. e for another e ,-on w I do
we'l to addrena or call at Me cmn a Wa-e
home, 145 Jeffr-on St ; wr. houto Al, ai d
thejet of ci.y re.creiioct tin.
BOARD AND ROOMS In a strictly pti
vate fa uily ce trally located. bord
and roo as lora f nvlvof nnr: a.oodtaolo
pcoessary. A dressm dl rel .
rpo HIRR For tw
month', rcnt'e borse
L and nuTv
K. vt. RICHAtlDSUN.
fjVERYB0r) To call and lee the oele
Pj bratsd Gyps? clairvoyant, at 117 Third
street, near P 'Plar.
ULKs Fittv ood mules, 15S to 18
hands high, eantei ny
j. ii, lAAlu. do union efc.
PROFITABLE era loymentior ladies at
theirhomes. Jewe Mftt. Co , 2i0 Main
RKLIABLK PABTY With small cail'al,
to take oharteofaiood paint and wAl
established oui.uo. , Appea1 office.
T-nvunvnnnY TO KNOW-
-That I will
Jii FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for
next thirty da,, .or 11 60.A WEsgoiJf
243 Main met.
LADY AGENTS For Mrs. Campbell'a
New " Tilter' a l'ilt-r. Bustle, Hoop
skirt and Underskirt combined. Hoops can
be removed and skirt laundried. Adjusta
ble to any siae. Va f fmhionaole. and rolls
for 12 to every well-dressed 1 dy aa soon aa
shown. Atentt double thcr money. Al;o,
a mil :ne of new furnihtn( foods for ladies
mi A ..kiU... ailr.M. with iumn. K. H.
CAMPBELL k CO , No. 4rt4 West Randolph
ttreet. Chicago, lit.
-or . eM Mtrr.nl i I . fh I r
4sy fOraflcv diiv rn . on1 asmi
no ueuu, . . -
nas "owe nment brn(lB we-e dall
si i-fc-eiuy. Tuife was a mate I m
rP89 in the nsi in ,a na.
- ' - vieww- U B If rl fl II II 1 1
n nm 4
st lecfipta w re ean nul.v
i f als amnonti g tj $449,',0 ) a ' t
v uu ai) j mines if 12I37.0O1.
ncei raLd generall, fl m i i tha
WELL FO-KInHBD BKD-ROOM-W th I flO? rVSt-i &yTf$Ak
bath pr leg. at will pat a good ' ''BinK iV2l&5oM &foTtgl
for tometning nioe. Por an L i"r7i I yTJf )
dress, care this rp-r, A WFMJ- nNj&.fHVp'
I, , ' I -Brf" J V "T Ta. WX .fa- V -- i - .-. j .e
U. II! dSI ,7 ' - lKJWS-"""
Inftrmn. It. J i.. ..... , .
U: , l,' "in flllirs ilBt
jifiutuinm a ernooa. Thecaaones
ire unimfo var,
f. Thettoik market was one of sxtr mo
idullne p, qw . g to 'hi nuect'eil
loonti ;-n of tifair- r id pa t y t t e
jabsencs cf a to j r y of the la er
pperatira. Tn.-1 ge en.ag-mnntri of
sola for eb i urn nt vne iiiini.m.i
p boars to att ck p ue.and no ier
infj!iercs wh rh hal st le s a d- er
jreuteffwtuooi rinyi o; wai fefeel
fftrg that t' ougu thH Lnke S ...e u.m
yiany g no r.ini'ng 'r n s i f regu
iar tyth t m.y a.i b i tir'e eil
yi at any minute Aqie optnng
fnl'owet by a dull a d Bimos
atureleas mor. i g Tho toom t a
erp,hov r at acgl t coil ocs
nd the grank;ers wi'h Un n Pacilo
u iu.i ai.tTuuoD. ine n'ynfw
1...-J X -
jiuimra i 1 1 t m . w s 'i at of
at of th
Viir kenning the . i-n ni. i. a P,
pnrg Hi inn trt wa-aalv--
yt, ii. r, ur i p r 8 bcin f i h'ii , 1 1
tf iat even ng's fi 1 quo'a i us
snnv C nt.al n ad a s ort of oi,e
r t. in t e firt h ur. Ea-t
ntieigw p-Brai aid L niv
Ve n Nahvr- tho w..le
eral adv re. f, wi d doiii ti e
jail. otCUie t'BC"!
Thii powder aeter vrlet. A Barrel el
purity, strength and wholesonieneee. More
eeonomioai loan the ordiaarj kinds, and
eannot be told la competition w'.Ji the
nultitide ot low tett, abort weigntelaB or
DhoephaU powdera. Sold one mean. Rot At,
t)no Pnwnn To. .UK" W.ll t .N.wVrelr
Eiecotor Sale Al Execntor of the
estate of tbe late Mrs. Kate Donnelly, I
will sell te tbe hitheat bidder, for eeh, her
HOIIHKI10LO andPEHBONAL KFFECTS,
at S7 Poplar ilreel, Taeevtfay , Jaiy ,
at 10 o'clock a.m
JAMES RE ILLY, Eiaeutor.
A.M. Bt'ddard Aact'mmer.
LADY'S HAND-BAG Owner eaa hare It
hyca"inaat WIAdam trt.
BAY MARK MU Lit From 0. F. Smith,
Hi re LaSaLandint, one bay mareaiuie,
about eitbt years old, fifteen haadihlth;
mane rec-antly trimmed, lirint to F. A.
Jnne k Co.'s tablc and be rewarded.
0. A. address I. A., In strict eonl
deuce, No. 1 Broadway. New York,
CIKTKRNB Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cetoeut Pump. Contractor and brlok
layer. Telephone to. TH08. OIIUBINB.
ROOMS AND ROARD.
ROvVS With or without board; terms
raaoBhlc 140 MADlbON ST.
ROOMS AND BOARD lieilrable rooms
and " oard at 72 Madison street.
ROOMS-One larre front room with bal
cony and one larte back room with
larrdresslnc-rcom, and ethers as good at
can be toand in the oily.
75 PSIOS BT.
St. JAMES HOUSK-Oor.BeooadaadAd-
ami its. Room and board 16 per week.
Day hoa-d 4 per week.
OOM Furninhed room, with or without
hoard, at lltf ;onrt ttroet.
5NIC11 Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with cr without board, at 137 Madison St.
11 WO larre unfurnished rooms, with or
. without board, at 69 Madison street, cor
DESIRABLE HOUSE-Convenient to busl
ness. Apply to Dr. WEariON, 24J Main.
TWO-STORY FRAME 17 Turley street, la
rona reni'r. C1I t Front afwt.
riHK n-w and nioe Wi'ton Cottafce, on
J Waldran avenui, and other roiideois.
I, U. EATON. Vi Madi-on.
ROOMS Single cr an eui",
At "2 Court streat.
.1 ROOMS and kitchon. from Aumist 1st,
u lurnmbcd or unturnUlitd, at 16tk list
nando st.t relurcncts
2i3 POPLAR ST.
OMALL UOU K-Wcll furnished, large
O shady yard, nice Krlcn, nilendid neiish
borhood, dirirabio tiriuf. 0 ill 4 to 6 r m.
at-5 MlS(lt.MPPI aVENUK.
DOOMS With privilege ot cooking stove
ij at Wo. v
, W Linden utrect.
V f Y ' li.SlDc.Ni E-4S0 Varce street, from
i.YA the Into rioi fuiber. Aiplyto
lilt. OVntALL. i-Hl W.ni t.
75 Adm sticot, eornrr Third,
L-L from Ju y
from Ju ylst: e;nhteen rooms.
jh rl tu J , iy oiaaioo ei.
T". OM A suit of rooms In MsonicTem
iV rle. Aprlyto BUN F. PUIOE.
LjVUSK 31 Poplar street and 139 Ala-
iL bama street, iijquireot
J I1N ho,Kl, 320 Pnplnr st
Dl'OMS Furnished, linalsoren suite, at
LX lSd .Mad'Son t. rleterenees renu'rea.
COTTAGE Wi'h raven i loms, near street
J at line, at J) per m n. nuiiijui
H. F. 1)IX. 297 Second at.
w;TOKEII01!rF.-Ko. Union street, with
kJ new ootton-rooui, ix a leet.
K- E. MEACUAM.
"OTTON-SUKD Corner of Union snd
V.' Third tr eU E. K. MFACll AM
TK3IDEN'E Fcr three or si months,
i-V my lonidence in the city of Fort Sra th.
Ark., with or wUhou- furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in thr most desirable
part of the city Good well of water and
kviirant in th varri : huue furnirhed with
gasi near stree'-oar line; every oonvenianoe
of. home. Addt... R. D. REAL8,
Fort Smith, Ark.
TT0U8E-A new donb'e-tenement house,
Li. rooms on each aiaei
lane vard i in fct. all oonveoienoes, on
Koss avenue. Good eistern. Apply to Mrs
K. Qutnlan, 13 Manama! t. ,
J. F. UOLST & BRO.
(bcccihsobs to o. b. houtt a bbo.
New Yofo MAIN ST.. MEMPHIS.
e'BfVj ai icon: plot stock of Wood snd
tatrjng aa IOViiiimi .nu Oaskeu. Cloth-Co
ets ami liuri! Kobel always en
Trtivcers ey leiecrana snai"1
' kotice or
middling. Riders' Meeting
aiu jiiliJl UMIh JU
r"'r --'I ehy given that the annual
Nw Yrvk fntnr the stockhol.iers of the
, . . . vthaaatern nai roe a i;oui
a narny stisdrt, ,k. nni of th. h'.n,.
balffl. The ulotiii.a imVad M.ini his Re Iroed
follows: n street. 'I axing District
Jane. 0 277ii n "X the nuroo-e ol electin
A ""V" U.T. . snMa.UA a, HI AIOC
Jalr.. Q 97,k o ou tranractlon of such
uirooarly come belore
....9 37 9.38
Pfmricr...9 24'al 9 25
Octi.b r 9 lia 9 12
Nimro er...9 07 r 9.18
necemW...9 H(j) 9 11
J-mnary 9 9 1!)
February 927 9i8
March 9 37 9.34
April.. 9.47;4 0 48
ays, was dit
Th? N.- w O.-kans BD't market o
and eU.rl fi-m. Imyers
"'a hi art : m auiine. sic. cal.
Quota ions from aa folmws:
Grjod oriltriHry... 7J
Lw m:dd iu 8j
I ddling HI
Gmrl Jr.! ilin . (11
i yi il l
tas iiw urieana
opened it :ajy.
TfTTTPTTTn DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. JUNE 30, 1880.
THE ECSI BllSTED;
TJX TT ARRAHTI D AID U51UTB0B-
IZED USE OH SETERAL 8 AM ES
Oa a Ticket Wilca Represeati Aaj-
Uilif. Except the Heaest
"Ahal yoa didn't fall into their iit-
tte pitfall!" exclaimed a boats voice
yesterday eveniru in the A rfui mto't
ear as a heavy hand descended upon
his SDOQldtr. -i xai was qQr.e wicsea
ia yon ; to bad, toi bad."
Tbe ragged countenance oi uia rr r
Horse beamed witb go d hamor,and
beseemed to deiive more tb n bis
osaal satUfaclioo irom the b'g wado'
navy tobacco whlth be rolled in his
Tbe Appsal man admitted bis ina
bility ta grasp the piecise mesnirg ol
so much hilarity.
"Why, tha'. Iorlependeot Labor
ticket, you know," he said, "wLh the
names of Turner, Uhl, Mcsj, Vsrnor,
Pmiih, Waller. Tale, tilvet, Wallace,
League and Hook on it tbe moot
beautiful Illustration, of tbe Three
Tailors of Fleet Stctel'.aad their le
mons proclamation, 'We, the Pe: pie
of England, I ever taw. And met) s
Q W. Gill, secretary. Tbcy tell me
be is the famous George Wtahlngton
Gill, who fathered the infamous South
ern Democrat Ut er. Now he
fatbors the Ubord producJoa of
few office hunUntdemKooue, signs
his name ti a paper purportina o dm
tha tetnlt of the delibeiadoDS of the
mass of workinitmen. bat It sent to
toth tha moriUos; capers, and actoa'iy
lmuosts noon one of thorn. The ob
ject was ti make a a:ir, end be sue
adl nntil it leaked cut tbat a nnu)
bercfthe naxes on tbe ticket h'J
bean U'ed wilhou: aothtritr. UI
couree they hal an excuse for pattluic
them on. t on nave Heard now mey
arnrkul it I atlDDO. IDS mtniDS-
latorsof tnascbt me called upon Judge
Smith, Weller, Mess and Veroon and
asked them if t ey would accept ihe
nomination of the workingmen if it
was tendered them. They replied
thattbev were canaiJaiei befjre tbe
RiDubltaa Ocnvenlion, and would
bide by its choice If they wen
nnm natur'. and tna worKtrsoifrn cuos
t j indorse them afterward, hey would
bs Very much ob wed, tnank you
Tbey tepuoiaie the wi.o e ttm to
day at utterly unwarranted, 'iheie'a
toe inlppentloni laD.r muvemeai in n
nutiheli. Jfor my own part, I am
aotrv it wat so easily busted. But tt e
whole blame thing Is so ridicu omly
cheeky and impudent teat it win at-
t ac: at ennoa on tnat nccouna aiui.s
W hit aatoniehes me ia tbat the work
ir genea will allow a pack ot ebar a aur
10 use theii names ai they Lave bten
doirgcf late. 1 know it chafes them
to be traded abt ut as if they were io
maav bead of cafe, tecaues 1 ntv
hiard them tslc : but wbat thty ongl.t
to do s to meet la their loupes, phcii
the clhci burners ont oi toe wicuoan,
slJ aclODt nsolutioni denonncicg tbe
:oundrels who seea io impieiatre
Fublio with a belief in their strength
o othr words, Ihey ought to ain
Deelaiauoa ol lndepenut-nce, ana ae
iIjib a w.r which would drive then
ni Ber-Lle scamDB to tbeir to'et. Tbey
im contsBt, towever, to let thinga
g lde aloDg, in the brps that trie puu
liC Will not DO QrCeiVoU. li eirmau
hrod. however, snou'.d ire ine thwu
lo a more viuoroui and outtpoken
Do'icv. lot can put it d)n
hjwever, that all euih fcVjeines
aitba"; falhired by G. WaEhington
Gi 1 are evident 8 of wf aknr bj. As
rnat'.tr of face those who Hope tj n
the offices with ccr.uut men er
driven tj tho nio t dus.iero eexpeili
ent.. Why, a ltt tf urrghop keep
his he'd a intttitig yisteruuy w;th tl-
avow, d pu pbO of arrnng ng to cairy
tlia li lU lKMii puiUiiii'8 lu ineiriQ
terist. a d Iniliig in ihat, t nuke
sunikr astBult upon thi i'eu omatii!
rr,ur.ep. ro t mo puonc, iec ine
de iei.t, s -It rjtpectiog peip.'o H)
hjir Utile ta'i,e, am toey win r.e
bea ea world wit tut end. The time
has ctrna for ah ito-d men to make
(omm .n cau e against o'irhone-ty ana
deb ucomy. Audi lelttve vie arc
BHtiin U. era aaxtU upio n leai zai on
of iha urgent reiesiliy lor rornpt
d vitoons a; tun. 'Jhira shouia
bi no iomnronii-e, no "r.d ng, bat. en
e iinest, bitter fiul t. Tre td trar it i?
a'iu the moie dniieriua :t ipntars.
the better. The tirtat m.ss if ttie
pablic is )ar a.Liiug. Iht law urei.it
rn are in t'i niinnity. Bv tin
way. Haddan fired a 1 ttle tomb io lue
Pchc Court y est etdiy. Tlo dutyol
closing tha groggsiiae does not res', en-
ttiely )ta ine UrimiDal uoorr, and ii
thesalletsof lumontheily are (how
inn a dirpodtion to rcn coanty affans
and make tin mwlveit tio conspicuous
th y will mt the tr selves up fs murks
to be B-nnt a', xiiey aeeiu to -vig v
that, aid I tin fo g ttiug my dinner.
The old woman i aid arm wouia dbvo
enhbase today. Won t you come
down? N ? We'i, ktep your eje
pee d," ni Old War Horje meau
dertd. Mr. Uhl eialtled.
Oi tbe corner cf Madison and Main
streets ytst?rday afteracon, ai Ap
hai. man met Mr. Jorebh Uhl and
sakfcd him il be aothorlced the use of
hie name by G. Wer-h Gill. If tbe
Loltaottn elet trie battery bad been
applied to ihe exttemtty or the Circuit
Cierk. he could not have been more
romnlulelv shakin up, Ha wriggled
aa widly as if a boot had been ioturted
in the ample cil ingot bis taiiaioo&s,
found ic impossible to utter three
wnrdn corstcotivelv. and cot awav a1
last by p'om sing 'o tilt all aboot i', at
anme time in the future. The rapor'f r
hd gaicei all the in'ormatian lie di -sired
nd alt thtt is ueneseaiy for
tbe pnb ic to know. It eimply gees
tn s owto what strait Mr. Ubl'i
morbid thiist fjr a fatoffire his lnd
him. He bts es much to do with
ipriaa'ng the scheme as either cf the
tiio who gut it up
Kennblleian Kxeeallve Com'
"Ths Ripuhiican Exscntive Cm
niit'e arn batd at work di.wn town,"
remarked a Mugwump Democrat to
aa appeal repoitsr yetterday alter
noon. " A hat are they doirg?" waeasVed.
"A gocd many thing'," tbe Mug
wnmp replied w.ta a wink.
"Tjiv aie oocsideiiug a fns'on
"Rspnblicane, Uemocrala and work-
"Whtt Democrat wou d lend bim
elf to turn a tchfmeT"
"Oh. bivver mD than yon imagine,
pwhaps. But I can't give oa Buy of
tceir tames until hereilUr.
Half an hour later the repor'.er
found himself a- tbe foot ol the sta rs
leading up int the office ot J. W,
Vernon, on Second strne', near Mm
rui Armit idot n dtrkiej wete aa
emh ei tbtra anl in the midst rf
them tl.e muzwump, smilini blandly
He w8 one cf the surprising y pr ;mi
nnt Drtmocra s who wanted to fuie
One kok at him was enough to settle
that PreawnCy be departad', and a
little while tha membeta of the Er
ecntive CommittM came down alaim.
It looked mora Ilka eonfaaUn than
fua'oo. Dr. Kameey was conepicnooa.
"Yon are shakina- the hand of tbe
next County Trustee," ha remarked,
The committee) bad dona nothing,
be said, except talk over the aitanUon.
Cor- W. P. Dumavant baa tone to
Birmingham, to remain there aeveral
Jam n V. Fussill and daughter
Annie, of Forrest City, Ark., are at
Mas. J. K. Godwin and son, Kuvel),
and Mrs. J. J. Polk left last eveciog
for Moot eagle.
Miss Timib ScBoiKyaio, of Kork-
port, lnd , has depaiteu lot ner Dome
nn fi stHamer Buckeye State, alter a
lonir visit amocir voiatives ana uienas
bare. She ws accompanied by Miss
ia tua Beshoff and Mr. Joeaph
Bculoss of this city.
Thb mint friends of Piatt Rli nlrs.
one ot rbe most pcpu'ar steamboat-
men that ever aigntd a bill of lad ng,
will be ulad to learn that be is r'dv
ering bia health in Texas and ia thriv-
1'ff eenerallv. Jonn ttnoaw, wno
hr. n ht tha soad newt, returned from
toe Lne tiitt State yestefday, aod
was welcomed by a boat ol ir.euui.
Cabiw are ont far f-a!appiochirg
nap'ials of Mr. Fiank W. (Jf-tan, oi
Leadtiue, to Mian francea ii.iaeu,
of Kooxville, which occurs ac St.
John's Church at Knox villa, -on July
6th. We regret exceedingly tbat we
can not be present on this occasion, as
Mr. Atken la onr personal menu
and we have seen bis beautiful
daughter grow up into all tha aocom
nlia'imenu al wouaihood. an orna
ment to society ana a Dieeairg wutr
family. We congra ulate tho people
nf I.ea.lville. C il.. on the acceto oo of
thla cbarmint lady, "wooed ai.il woa"
by one of their leading citlieug.
Thomas Crowbix & Co., No. 13,
Astor Pii.ce, New York Oity. have
placed the Ameiiian lead In? publio
under obligatioua for faithful trautl
tlnttflof the works of Count LycfN.
Tolstoi, the latest of which is eot tied
Chudltood, Boyhood, ana J own. u is
trtns atud by Mr. Israel F. Hpgood,
and will te Lund full of the surpaoa.
in rimpticliy that i the ch'el inarm
of all Tolstoi's wiitlrgs. He sheds
the bactilul light ot panect inngbt
nnon all tha blasej ot life) mentioned
in tbe title, and over and through it
taere tuue tha iweetneis olasympa
thetio nature in lova with children.
ToUtd b'.ds la r to btcime aa popuisr
in this country as in Russia. Maoe
frd will otder his books for you,
Thb July rubber of ThtPrinoetm
Rruio contain a paper of surra
rg intreit by Piof. Charles lot
lioitic, eatited "RecolUctiona of
Carlye, with Vota decerning Hi
Remnivmu$," wh'c'a adds another
deeply tinihi ant cbapierto the grow
in? Carijle litersture, and thoas a
n-w and pmttrat ng ligbtonthe great
writer and cn bis brilliant bi grapher
Hardly 1 si int restiog is Mr. W. J.
8tl linan'B di cus io i of r mtemporary
nr. under the tit e of "The Decay of
Art." Mr. Ileory W. Farnam prj
aenla some signi fl .ant ( bearing
upon the Rrand touic of "Tbe O ergy
in I the La)or (Meation," ai d u g-s
co'iB-rvatlve actijn oa ihe put ot the
tlorgy. Biibop Hoary 0. Po ler
banns to ihti iliit UHsioa cf "The Sun-
div Qioitoi" his charajieribtio
cor.rigo, friknsaiid souuil coninon
an. Und;r the till o! ' The Or gin
of Life" Mr. H. W. Cotin piintu out
he radical diUBienct) netwteu
ih' vitali-.lio and tho lachpn
ical tiieorirs, uid d'darea tl.at
while no exolanntion ot II19 origin oi
lite on the glohe his yot ten rtajhoJ,
k pinely mecoan tal exp snauon oi
he univene im inn ostib'o. Mr. Loula
Siutmrne co ntrirm es a cberm ng
hi Dtir of "RorrjiMsoi-ncFS of il.lrn
Jickton," full tf Helithtful prs.ina:
characterisation. Fjai.cn Courlcay
Ualor atrikes out (0. a tliorouiihly
i!)di:diifllHtin hue in the first inva'-
moot of h s "In a d Around a Di
p t.:h Box,'' io which he ncillBSome
uisto ic iacidonts oy toe am oi coa-
to.Tiioiarv doitumtn'B. Flora L.Sbaw
supli'S ihe clmiBLt nf Action ina
i-liarrr lbg fk-ilcn entitled "An is pi
sode" The deta'tuient rf "Criti
csjjb, No et and K'v ows" contiins
h jrt hut vety valunble OlecnsBl jns oi
ttie "Educannul Bills Briori uou
a cb',' aid rf eevcral recnt bcous ol
Da 0. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stavliy, funeral director and
cmba mer, 55 Madison street.
Sind a postal to the Memphis Collar
and Cuff Laundry, 61 Main street, to
call for yonr laundry.
Cliab Watr hct and co d batha,
25c, at the Turkish Bathhouse, Wo.
222 Second B.reet, Dear Adams.
Thb Herbal Chili Cure, the best
tonic and antl-perlcdlo known. A certain
tle. fend eteaiBS for eiroulart. Any ref
.mi ,hm in,, lop ehiiia. rrioeai ser soi-
erence giien. Address Joha 0. Hacker.
Vick-snuBO, tha City of Kills, where
is loca'ed the Na'ionai uemetery,
n'ar a nature nrovifted for. many ioier
ft-tinu hcu b can be well occupied in
thlB grtnd city, Ihe metropolis of Mia
fiit,pl. Take the MiBrissippi Valley
Anqobtuba Bittj its, the world re
nownnl Rnnfltiz r and inrieoratoT.
Used now over the whole oiviliB'd
W'jr'.d. Try it, but beware of imitationp.
Ask your grocer ordrugdst for the
genuine article, manu'actursd by Dr. J.
G. B. Sicgert & Sons.
Tuubsdat evening without fail the
"KatDbow" parte will be given at the
r idi m e of A. W. Newom, 222 Union
street, by the young ladies of Cettral
M V.. I,nrr-h. Ksnrvbodv COIDO and
heir tbe btnd, be refreshed by sood
tl.icgstoeatand hae a gool time.
Admission, 60 cant.
A aiessii Xibekai. oFfkri
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall,
Mich,, offer to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Blts and Electric Appli
ances on thirty days' trial to any man
afflicted with Nervoua Debility, Loss of
Vitality. Manhood, etc Illustrated
namphlet in sealed envelone with full
, 1 I , WJ,. Il,nm
DArticqiars. maueu iree. " lo moiu
A as VaralllBsr raaaaeljr.
Ttranrlre th'a P.lla CUIW dfBOf 't;a Or
hfli1icht. nain n the
shmilder, cough', t'tihtneas t the
rniil. dizs'nev. sour at mwl , bai
twtn In the mou'b. bilbna ailaike.
palpiUtxn of the h-arr.inflain nation
of the luog. Pain in tbe regon cf
the kidDeyn, and a hundred other
ptinful imo one ate the offsai ng of
dvapeofia une or puie o.c.y
nijjht for a week are euffic ent.
PAUL AKD ECSA JCSTI BCR-
DEEFJD FOB MOXET.
Tbeir Skmlla Peateala WitbaHatchet
ia Ue Uaadi af the Bobber,
A teleohoce mesrags to the Station
House betaeen 11 and 12 o'clock last
night conveyed fie intelligence tbat
a double murder bad been committed
at the utile frame grocery occupied
for many jeers by Frank Rocco, on
the rigeon Roost road, about a mile
east ol ihe city limits. Ua'f an bour
later Capt, Hackett and Sergeant
Scott, with amounted pa tro' ni in and
a representative ol the Appeal
viaiTED tm ictKB
of the tragedy, and, though preratd
by tbe meeger mtasage lor a bloody
crime, thev could bave anticipated
nothing so dreadful aa tbe apectao'e
which prraeoted itself upon tnteilog
the door. Behind the end ot the coun
ter farthest Imm the front entrance,
and within a fojt of the door Ira-ling
tothe back room, a puddle of M cd
spread for a length of four or five feet,
and a breadth ol two or tbiee, on
TBI BABE FLAMES.
It was, in the hollow of tbe boards,
In soma places, nearly hall an inch la
depth. This was a reminder of tbe
ghastly scene in the back room, over
which tbe sickly reams el a tallow
cand'e were rait. Tbe boy of an old
man. hla clothing oatarattd in blood.
lay on one side, and a few fet away
was tbe body of a g'av haired
woman extended in a root of her own
blood. Both had been dead for
an hoar or mora, and a hatchet with
its blade stained wi' h gore we fnund
eloe by them, making it plain by
what means ine
CBIMB BAD II I EX COMMITTED.
The back door stood wide open, bnt
there were no evidence ot bnrgla'y
about tbe place. In the till $4 or f 5
in s'lver was fonad, but a thotrag
under tie ttay waa empty. The
body of the dead man was
searched, but nothing of any value
discover. d. ine sea co ol Uie premises
waa delayed to await Ihe arrival of
magistrate. The murdered pa r was
l'anl and Koa Jutl, rnn and wife,
the one about 05 ytars ot age. th
other CO. They have
LIVED AT Tna BTORB
where tbtv were so foa'lv mu-dersd
about a year, and were be'inted
to be making a little money. It tbey
bad any enemies the ucs was not
known, and there ia eterr reason to
believe tha'. robbery was the motive
for the dime.
Dan Jone. colored, who li v a within
a tew tarda of the g-ooery, seems to
have btn the on1) penott who heard
th'-ir itrnggle for fife. Ha told this
story to the Appeal tepwter: "I go'
my mpper and it id aown to siosp
whenl hardold Mr. Juttt icream
I jump.d op and
ban to my doob
rnd clled tnt got na inswer. All
wss still. I thcuirht there must b
something the ma ter and getting my
gun I ran up hs hill to George
Lewis's house. Hegotnpas toonaa
I ca'ltid bun and we tbtu cill'd An
deison who lives next dcor to him
Ibis tcok but a vety few mo
ments. We found the front d k r
closid, ard An lf t on, taking my inn.
went, to the tack of the house and
called, and romt one gtonned. An
il nsnn lad: "Gool God ! ihe old wan
mast have t-cn
KNCCUKn IN THE UEAI),
And tv ep, lioitinf, lomibuly coming,
we went tn die irii t aitain. It m
Mr. TirriJ, who stoppiul when wo
cul'ed him, and wont w'th ui.to t'-e
dorr. Vie pnt-hed it open nd found the
Id man groaning, bat his wifi et em d
ii Im d al. Ho was laving on Lib
hick in it.e dcor and b'ih was p'opotd
b i;;bt-y up in the door of bur bed
room. H ie tiad a Eijiit gown on anu
Bu .insd to hr ve
BISKN FBOM BED.
Io find out what v s the matter with
the old nun. Tb-y u nally kept (he
Bre open until no ut 9 o'cl c'r, but
diun't t av auv r-galHr ime f -r t hut-
tttig up. Tot, bttk door was open but
the ir.nt dcor whs cl ud aod had a
barrel Hhoved agklitat it. It was not
boti." , ,
Beyond this no cne steinod roKr.ow
anylrngof the tnme. Dr. Lrekins
was ti e lirpt to reieh the scene. He
i rrivi d a 12 o'clock, Dr. B ack folliw-
ing bim in about twenty mlnu cs, an t
old n just i
. e "a a a i . . . ia t .
wai thnn dying, noiuing oouiu iiave
sated h'r. He was unable to speak
and eagned f r breath. His wife
mi-.t have been almost lneUBtiy
killed, bin received two horrible
wounds on the top cf the head about
twoiochis in length, cutting tlircuRh
The blow which ki led tbe man wis
stru'-k in fron1, the blade of tbe
httchct cutting into tbe greit frontal
in tbe orbetal plait. He received
another on the left ride aove the
temple, each wound being a'xjot oi
and a quarter inrhea is l-.li&'.n.
P.ul Juttl Was a very peculiar man
ind bis pecniiaritifs grew out of bis
exceednly atmpicioua nature. He
wou'd not who' y trrjat anyone. Hie
son-in-law, llrr, DeWne, wa, per-
hapr, tiea-er to mm io inia
insnect thaa nyone, and yet be
wnnlrl rnt i mat Lini lor more than a
few days at a t'.uie. He would give
bim bis money to keep for him with
many injunctions as to its safety,
but in a day or two would
retura and take It Irom bim
again. He was utterly wanting
in confident and mistrusted bis own
ability to judge of men or
CCI'B W1TII THEM
in husinets iransaclioni. Banks be
nn ii ao for. and preferred
to be the custodian ot bia
own funds. The only recrra
tin.. l,a inrfnlo-nrl in WBa a triD nOW
anrl then to lialv. to the fa'.berlaDd
from which tni ty years of residence
m Ameica could not alt'-getber wn
him. Whenever hi Batlv ga reached
an amount that wou'd iuatify him
ri w mlii c oss tbe oteen. But a'
thongh wanting in ccnfldente Le
made no secret of bis haoit nor of the
..i. .a whpn ha kent hie money. Sev
eral Italians who viBited the seete of
MDBDIB LAtT NKIBT
toldrf this habit of kfepirg as moth
as 1300 wrapped np M a nana
k-rchii-f whhh he f&sen'd in some
wtyin idnf h'spsn akons so that it
was einicst iu poinded between his
?es. He was a a out, tt oig ma"-, i"
ii, o vlirnr ol life. and wa,
therefore, roll reliant. When struck
hv iha awisstu ne wai evineui
l. n Vila tn h!a bedr om. for
wea-jo-i of dtfer.s', and hia f et as he
levwu-en it mrre th n six feet flora
v,a ,i v r wf.tfre the firerf Mb ata
hiflihtd wile lay in a puddle of Word
HimN one wh knew t.f Justi'B habi
kilirdh'mi yotxe one who a so knew
the hncstf well and p:aona lor me at
tack determined te kill to accomplish
tasir pnrpow" of robbery.
datid DAtiyg rpstmiw
IaataalBC oaawejalaa at laaaalaa?-
Im The flaaU ta)gyeea.
Bloominotow, Ilu, June 29. The
obaeqnles of David Da via occurred
here this after -n. The service
were arranged by tue family in accord
with tbe quiet, mrdrst tastes of de
ceased. Nevertheless, to (rtnerrl
the mourning and to noiterf d the de-
al'e ta accord to ine cm agutsbed
drad the Inst honor, that tie funeral
assumed imposing proportions. The
day wit perfect, with briitht aunabice
and a cool biers. Xte city was
thronged with people aad business
wss practically tuapeaded all day aod
entirely during tbe faaertl service
hcur. A special train at noon nronsat
Gov. Ogleshy and aiaffand one hun
dred lawyer! from Spring litdil, Iecatnr
and Clinton. This moroitii Judge
Gresham telegraphed frem lndiantpo-
11 s that he rould no", come owing to
ihe Beriout 11 ness of his wile, and
Col. R. B. Latham ot Lincoln, wis
sobs'ituted as a pall beater. Tbe re
main lay in ttite in tha wrat parlor
-i . - l . .. : : . s.n a i. i.,w
VI lue A.avis uiniioiuu iwai vvti-'va
a.m. to 8 p.m., and there was a con
stant stream of visitors to take a last
look at the face of tbe dead. Tee
features were calm and peace tul and
much leas wasted than had been Ren
e-ally txpee'ed. Tbe casket was of
csdar tnd draped with b'ack cloth
Toere were e'ght heavy ailver bandies
and a massive p at bearing tht in
UAV1U l.AV in.
Bora March M, Ihl.V.
Iliad June t, im.
Ratting on tbe caaket was a wreath
and itar from the family, and at tbe
head a floral pillow wnn tbe worda
"Grandtather" traced across it in pur-
. ... r a i
Dle immor'ellea. Iheie were many
other beautiful offerings, including a
combination ol leather palms irom
Mrs. Justice Hoot, and a basket
from Ihe rhildren ot the S ate Soldier's
Orphan's Hone. At So'oock tbe Mr-
vices were held at t ne bouse, ins
Hndatlra olerevman was the Rev.
W. U rie.ee, a relative oi tna lamny,
who read the KpiHcotal bur.ale-vice.
Tha protewion which followed tlie ie-
mains to tbe grave waa. oi uuutua
erlarllw Kaaehad Oat ef the Bea
Ibpboial to taa irraAL.I
Savawhah. Ga . June 29. Chatta
nooga debated Savannih today by
kno-klng Morltrltv ont of the box in
tbe(igbihinn:ug scoring yeven earned
tuos. Hart piu.hdfor Cluttanoga.
Oba'ttncoiw, 8 erron; Bavannin, a.
Sivsnnah .1 0 0 1 2 0 0 3-7
Chattanooga,. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
St. Louis, 4; Boston, 11.
FiTTsnuBd, 7; Athletic, 2.
Ditkoit, 8; Washington, 6.
Brooelyh, 11; Louisville, 5.
Chicago, 2; Philadelphia, 4.
Cincinnati, 12; Baltlmor.1, 1.
New Yobk, 8; Kansas City, 2.
St. Louis, 5: Metropolitans, 2.
Rain prevented garnet at Augusta
Charleston aud maoon yesierany.
Manager Jah. MutbiboI ths New
York baieba'l dub, Bp.aklng of pub
lighrd repoits In the Kast that the di
reitiora we e dissatir fi d with his man
rgmiient and ttie captsincy of Johnny
Wnnl, Slid inatno uau nearu no cum
nlaiiit onisiilii el newspaper rumor',
Tiio Boston games were lost simply
because the b.iys rould not hit tbe
ball. Theie is p-rfect harmony, ho
sal I, in the tram, and notrti Ii In the
icnoitinu csr.a n pmyeie wuuiu vv
At a meeiln of the dirto'ors o' the
Smthern Biteball Lusgue, liwld at
Mpcon, Ga, ytsterdoy, 1'icBident
l'loiulllt's order directing when ar.d
wxa revoked, and ihey are to be played
a d'.c'.dtdopon by the Schedule Com
mittee at the belnning ol the b a'on.
Thsdut:estt umpires are decided t
btginandend with ihe gitne. no
tett of f Hi' club i will remove an um
pire. Mo change wts made in coach-
no linea. Ttio crotssted aare he-
twfenthu Mant-n aod SRVsnniih clubs
was not nlaveri. be-anre rf the non-
arrival oi the Savannah Club. It will
he Dlsved off as a defiirretl game
Nahvil'e was flied upon as tho next
plnee tf meeliog.
A can ot lubricating oil In a crude
alatn ta on exhibit on at tbe Mer
chant' Exchang(''Om tbe UaiciBturj
Parish Sulphur Wining uompany, at
Calcaiieu Parish, La, and 1b pro
nnnnr. 1 bv hid bob to be anexcfllioot
anabty. Oil wai t truck in March last
and there baa been a ettady iiowol
five barrels a dy since. This com
pany is composed fit Memphis msn
and capital with O. H. P. P.per, pres
ident. The company Is now pushing
mafersBndieipect to htve al'arg'ly iu-
creas d flow very suon. From prsdnt
indica ions tbey bave aituck a do
nanzi as wollje oil.
Fair attendance 01 'Chanre yes'er
day, but lit Is bnslasat transacted.
Today's sseslon will bt the last of
the Call Board at the Merchants' Ex
change until September 1st, the Board
of Diiec org having instructed a races
during July aud August.
Wnmm't it bs in order now for the
Merchmts' Exchange to gt up a nine
and clul eogsthe Cotton uujers r
Vibitphs on 'Channe yesterday : W,
G. Harale", Detroit; W. T. Xownes,
riinaiwn triers ot Ju'y options at
Ch'ctgu yBterdayi Perk,
la-d, ()371;cesr rib tidit, l37Ji
torn, 34jo; wheat, 73ic;oaU, 270.
local Opiiaa la Orrcea.
Portland. Obb . June 29. Yeet r
day the question of local option aai
voted on by the c t r. jus ol Wathing
ton T.rrllory. Each prtc;nct was to
dcile whether intoxicating liqurrs
ahenld be told within tbe boanda.ies
nf the said nrednot. In all tbe cities
t a mevmt wis defeated by
. .t nf ah .nt 3 to 2 In the tmall
V wnsthe meaBtue was tarried by the
Bitme proportion in vote. From the
rolnrna Inna fat received It is brlieved
that lor al option baa a majority in ihe
Territory. Women oid not take aa
much interest in the elert on as was
exoected. Ia mot plaeithy vct-d
.iloaiv aa in the r aeulitneLtB in ie-
aril to niohibiiion of the sale of
Kcett'e Emolalaa ef Pare
C dL vrr Oil, with bypoi hosptrtss,
verv nalstable aud ncreas n so
Dr. F. Jrl. Clement, of Bhton, M
..v- Jcntt'a K.mnlkion is the beat
luve ever prescribed. It id very pal
atahln. eaiilv asairni'ated. ard g ve8
itieogth ano fl ah to ths u t ent.
NnbaMTlhe lor the AppeaT.
nuim li it.
BOX 4 HZ i 8TETJCX
THBEE KEXPIUS HEX.
Daaavaat JCally CoaOdeat
the Saceesa of the SaJ. ,
Oa one of tbe marble tablet in tbe
Men-bants' Exchange jeBterday a half
gallon t'n can might bave been noticed
by tbe curious. A reporter cf the
Arr-EAL was among tbe number. , A ,
tag describing its contents aa lub ' '
rating oil taken from the Calcaait , .
walla in western Loui-ltne, bung a hoe.
from tbe spout and a tale also bong
thereby, which it become! the prov
iece ot the reporter to repeat in full.. ''
aa three of ths meet entrrpriaing men , l.?ff.
ot tbia ci'y are us neroea. ; .. ',
Tl, nil wh rh tha .n .inl.inv '11' -
. ,1... I . 1 - I .1.1. l . j. '
viae M.u i.i iu upkvi ruiuuvu m im-'-ni l.
or two since t tbe Standard o l refiC""""!
ery ty MeBsra. Dunarant, Piper c!.
K.lyto bs trstsrt. Ibe barrel was,, rhr
one of hnudreds taken from the wellM ta.
mentioned, ia which tbe indications av
are they have a bnaraa.
tome Allen or tweoty years aeon
Pf nn yltatilao happened to discover
teaces or orx
in a marshy locality pear tbeCa'csa?en
river, about 200 miles west of Nsw
Oileana, and made bearioga which
convinced bim that bia suspicions
were correct. Sboity tfteraard a
company of Frenchmen waa formed
to develop tbe wens ana tbey made
extent iva borings. Oil was struck In
limited quantity, but going tuttlier
down they hit a sulphur bed and at
once abandoning tbe idea of oil wells
madeelabota'e preparations ta devol
ope the tulpbnr mine. A first explor
lrg abelt, sank originally with a view
todir cover the stratum of petroleum
oil Indicated by the aurfics of th
toil, found a ttia'nm containing too
ttle Del ro earn to bt worked nroHt- .
ably, but, on the other hand, after go
log to a depth of 280 tett upon a sheet
of sulphurous water, it struck and
went thiotigti, at a depth ol 443 (ret. a
stratum (.tau'phnr of great value, hav
ing a thickness of 108 leet.
Taa tULPiiuEoui wATan,
or water containing ia so'ution a cer
tain qtislity of saiphobydrio add,,
ro through the abaft at tha
rat ot lot) alloi s per minute and
when a vert.cal tue it added to the
perpendicular pipt or shaft the water
rises in this tuoe to the bight cf
filter n fett above tha furfact. There)
weie eleven stii,ta pierced in all, a
follows: Ye'lov and blue clay, 10O
ficts gray aad yidiow sand, 173 feet;
reck, t feot; bl.it sandy limestone
48 leet; white cnimhling limestone,
60 feet; pure su'phur, 108 feet; gyp
tum containing sulphur, 99 feet; pnrt
tulihur, 6 fret; jyptum contain leg '
ni'phnr, 24 feet; pure itilphnr,
tin teat; gtpeum containing tulpbnr,
640 t et. The sulphur s return dis
co veied, to sura np, was 428 feet be
low the turface, and an antltaiev
sbowed thst the mineral constituting
the etr At tun contained an average of
77 pet cent of pure tulphur.
W ith the flattering prospect ofTtred
by tbeae borlnps the trench company-,
b gan cpe-ations on a large soale,
traneporiing in shi'S from Frantic)
vait (juantilliM of uiBcbinerv. The
enormous pipes were brorgdt
up tbe Ca'css'eii river, loads
male and bridges built and they
were rolled through the words to the
mints. More than f:tU0,000 wts spent
by ths company, but the pa tiio ol
1873 cams before they had anna a
working slialt, tnd thny were sold out.
Ptmcan t . Kenner ami awoemtet, oi
New Orleans, ,
BECOMING TUB riJUCH AMBUS. 1
TIipv Interested Capt. Eulsjbut hi1
dropped in in the beginning when bis
"t'Y bil rassed uongreat. ueru
Toombs, nf Guomia. wts at one time
iaturetttd, and rn one ccrasiora
party ot r.ngllsb CApi'aiiBts)
offertd ti dave'oo the mioo for one
third inturest in the pr.ip3rly, wblcb.
covers snmo UtOO aorei. Tuelr offer
was deolir.od. at.il fcr a long time
nuttiing nas dona rr ta'd about tbe
u at'rr. In Decemrer last Capt. Joli
A. Grant, who it recognized ae duo ol'
the bust cnninoprs in tht ountiy, be
came IntanstoJ, and the company
piopoaid to give a controlling interest
to bim anu nit aaaocui'a wnrnover
hey should sink a working;
sbat to the sulphur bed Me
Irte-eft'd Meiers. O. If. P. Piper.
W. P. Diinavtnt and Mft-t n Kelly, of
tnis city, and J. F. D-bardlcU-n, of
B rminghtm, with him, aod. they
went to work, so ur tbey nave
expocded $I5,0:0 ia making bor
ing', ant are now noiHbing l lie
fouithone, all theetidoccacouip ttely
demonairatirg the ccrrectneai of tlie
report made by the Freoch engineer
of tha shaft sunk by bim. They
have concluded to g on with.
nest i et of
the woik, and lu a few
weeks will bsgin sinking
working shaft I ihe IW) largest
tubing, the tint eleven'
tbe next i
DT BN T
it, tlx fee
in aiameur, trie next
A third net,
bave to be made,
stracted ts to screw j
h ive lead jo nta anl B
water tlirbt. It will tak.
roontht to ami toe satt
: . . i . es
.iii u. .kn.ii! tins) mm
men named bave
000 of tbe stock to
.a ...vaiwis thle wnrk and
enlnhnr bed is reached tbe
I iT v
leans company will i'fltie 13 OOC
stock, of which Mesirt. Kelly,
Dunavant, Urant and veoaruie ;
III ha otcen 1 hMKHKI. acontroMi
ininreat. Those who are posted thin.
the mine will be worth not It'Sitban
t,000,00p. Sicily now prcductneajly
all the tulphur in thla market, and
her eyttera oi rnutig ia
very pr, laboiiout tran exisnfire.
ll videi the tulphur the Vl wil be av
valuahle adjnnct. When it was firat
Btruck the how wat abnt tbrenty bar
rels a day, and fortbemontSj ot Ma-co
it avcraaed fifteen tarrels. ut is noir
fliwingat tbe rate ol nveYfarreiB x
day, and none of the means chmmonl
nted, such as shaking np the earta .
fliw, hate been n-sortrd to. It ir
verv much as if the teutlemen hi eJCT-..
big bonanra. '
Hew Terk Cettwa riroa la !laaeoaav
Kew Yobe, June 29. Announce
ment was made at the Cotton Ex
change yrsterday of tne inability of
J. A vV. A. Beall to meet their com
mercial obligations. The firn in aa
old one, and naa been known tor many
jetisasof high rank among th cot
ton merchants ot tho ci'y. Tliey
rperate four large c.atou plant' ioue
ij G.orgis, one of whirh yielded last
yeor a Cft p worth r vrr 150,000. Tbeir
u'perBion yts trd , it wai e
pla ned, would be tei.porary.yScarcity
of rcaty cvh ws thes;lca sa o!
th ditliculiy. Thy pir-rije to p
all tred(t rs in fu 1 witn a cay
two, and go on with their bosintaj
s -re rang;