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fMEMPIII8 DAILY APPEAL FRI DAT, JULY 2, 18SS.
THE BRITISH ELECTIONS.
IX ESTIMATE OF THE IIESILT
The rrwptfi Yrrj FtTorr.Mo for
a Large Ipcrcthed Liberal
BnsTos, Maui., Ju'y 1. The Herald
puoliBboi a cftuiH niebxiK8 lio n lvio
don Ire ui a sti fi c ries. on'nt, a ie
ially n-n; t: liow t lit V.ng nli poll. i n1
eilnaion. The correspond nfttr
intr.Hluctoiy rfimarka rtpon tli 9 rot
enils'lu.t on, civcs the fulluwint;iitwd
ronrwninK tbi variotu cunUstj
thinuliout Rco land:
All iny informati m iliowa that the
tiladatOLiana of Aterdet imliire will
carry the day. If anyone is likely to
go ii ai 1 he Kllmonne, in the raUra
pert of the country. Argylahire ai
ri'irpspnttd in lho Iant House by Mr.
Mc.Farlan, a Roman tV.tolic, who ii
iui'atifiad with the croltere' agitation,
and baa, therefore, a etrorg hold ou
tha working clneeea of the enire. Thin
ie MsSallura Moore'a county, but the
Dake nf A-gyl bra ceaHdd to be a
politit al tiownf in It, his determined
hostility to 11 land law rrf irm having
placed htm in direct antagonism with
the clan of which it is the titular
held. Argylahlre will 1)8 contented
by Col. Malcolm, better known is I'n!
ta'ork, a Constrvativo and resident
lari'. u d
In ordinary ciirtinistanrea Pattalock
wonld not bavj the a'iiihteat chance,
but ha liai now a'l that remalna of
Arifvl'e intercut nnd hc villa rtsilenta
of iHiuvcn and artcbGlaajiow watering
places may to etipp sed to be
largely in bin favor. I think
be has a fair prrep-.ct of
anccew. In Ayrpihire the totting
raniimats la cm. oil, a cwiut of tli.-i
Wilm family and a pronounced Union
ist Lihtra'. Ae )ot ho hat no op
parent slid it is not probable tlin. he
will buvo one. In Houth AyrtHliiro
the sitting member is a Home Kulir
and bis Coneervatlva opponent is
likely to win the seat. The Ayrojbti'ga
are likely to run in the name
direction. Danll'Mhire hie Inen
represent fd by a munhpr of
the govrrnment, Mr. Dufl", who
ia oip.ieed to, but is likely to rtlsin
his seat. Be wick-shire gave, a (eat at
the last election to Majoribaok, ooe
-of O'aiUtone's whira, wno wl l have
hrd strnpg'e to prevent . II. El
liott from taking hMvbiia. flu'oehiie
onehtto remain In tie handi of ilia
ConMrya'.ivet. Cjrthn an U a crofters
-county, and .naturally goes far
home iiilo. ' CI ark in in an baa
been reprewntud by the Lord
Advocate, wb.o ia very popular
i h tbe electorate, but be may find
it a) fliouit tpflnht a coalition of whins
and Toriec iHimbartormbire wis krp;
a Toiy Beat in November la at by the
Irish voi., i'he lestilc may hi re
cu led a doubtful. Dundee bad twe
iiladbtorie oinu'icrs In the last I'arlia
icn'j It Is likely lo have only one
in the next, Danilrioalure, though lis
' rep rfrwu till ve, (Sir Kotiort Jsrdino,
. xstsd against the home rale sehemn,
but Kir ltobeit mav keep big etat
an a Hiipporler of the givernmm'
lull, Mr. Uladetona will not be (lis
tu r bod in Midlothian, but he is likly
all the amno to sutler a aubatanial du
feal in that country. Mmra. UoBchnn,
' riichana'.i and Wilgjn, all three
Unionist lberals, are nearly sine n(
beiug re un'ul, while Onildrra will
have a el ill light in Houth Kdintmigh.
The salvation of the Homo Brrrutary,
if he be saved, will bo his
' irink" and (iiatincc rnpuuiaiiuii u!
the land pure haw ei'lieme. This
more than in liinb I'arlimiiflnt in Dub
lin ttiuks in the noairila of the Scotch
people. Leith barronglis have Mr.
Jarks, who, like Kir Kobert Jaidine,
votvd against the bill, but ia now hall
repnntant and will keep his Beat. (Jut
of the Six membots fiom Kdinbuig
ahlru, therefore, three are likely to be
Liberal Unionists. Elginshire may
remain to the Unionists. lgintmrgh
will slick to its member, who ia Solic
itor General for 'Htotland. The
Kalkkerburgers will probably go
for Gladstone, and Fifoshlre, which
ha two members, will be divided
in ita allegiance. Forfarshire will not
dismiss Barclay, a rabid opponent
of home rule. Coniirg lo the great
county ef Lanark, w.tli fifteen mem
ber, I estimate a good half of them
will go dead against home rule. The
Irish vote is an undoubted power in
i fBgiw, but it faded In November
last 10 disturb the. election of Mitchell
Henry, tn jnnroinprnmiHing opponent
ot 1'arnrll, and the Torira and LiliBial
Unionists fliould be strong enough
to carry Henry on this oc:asion
Central OIpsjiow hash 'en ren snt'd
by (lilbait Be th, a very indifleretit
politician. One of the Bairds oproswa
Berth in the Conservative In'erfst nd
hat a good p-o-"pect of taking a sea'.
Dr. Cameron, an out. and out Glad
stnnian, editor of the Kvlical journsl
in Ulargow, will have tj light vigir
oraiisly to k-ep the college di
vision, and Kursell, I.iverpcol
ed.tor, has his work cut
out in Biidjjoton. Bennett
Burle'gh, recsntly tho war correspond
ent of I tie Din' Til graph in the Foa
Nt in Uumlnehi, wilh a fair chaiiro
of winning. The Hollei D strict wid
crUiiuly return Caldwell, I.iheial
Utiiauist, wliila Cmneron C.irbatt hue
bertn ih )wn tint tie Tradtst m elect
o:a approve of bis vote against tho
home ru'o bill, la the country there
will be a brisk contest. Peurce, tle
bead of the sbi&bu ldiiig 11 m of John
EU'er A Ci., is the Conssrvati ve mcm
r U t Hrran, and has great intlueoee
as n employe-. I back him to wi'i
against ')'. A. Hicksin, la'e uii mbtr of
'lynB. Patiick will beheld bv LK
er.l Uniotiifta, but MidcraigsHar and
N irth and Soutbwfst l.anc:hire will
p obiblv give paini to toe govetn
ni ni. In the Nortaoat Divls-on Sir
Eiwurd t'ol'Tooke will give Dona'd
Orawloril, a (ilads on'iiTi, a p.o d ilr.ib
b nif if no-, a deii-iv bm' n. Uree
nock will renuio Uiv'oi ist Liberal,
8unHr'at d is t m p lwcrful to be r
ai6ted by the Gladstone patty. 11 d
dinatociiliire U duutit'ui and mtty le
main tome rule, The vjte (f
llaymai k is als idu bfu', I u t! e
Inendi cf S r Gj r-f i'rev ly.m,
Unumis , are very ii ipeuil. li.ver-r.-.-
1 ir, and I TVira-i twill v-te
amii'iPt, and Kill , ..., 'or h nie
ri f. lii i aor;:e lamittieil reeins to
haw a s. ie t:at in Kirkea'dy. II'
votos t1 e trovernn:ent tid e . K rk
ruui viiiht may chaugo fr lit
a 'loir to a G'ndst n eei .
L'n i br ii Liberal V't ioni t,
V- t ;t i ii.dbali'e lej r s n'ntive,
I1 1 sn i bun, gc es a lorgw.yin Ii
iliiei t (.ii i f lion.e ru e. Jlo itioso may
gi ti r iIm I'nv, rjrm-n. :h a'so Irk
n n i S'ii tl ir il Pat l-yi-n oscp
' et w. i n l'.ir S uit!i. Liberal l'i i ii
it, .nil M. II H rli ur, (in s i ntui
Pert f.hi'u vud b divided. S.r l muld
Cnr,y, ii 'b wet. i n L ln".v!
Uruo, i t, nr.d Vt. VoiBc, in t ,
ea , s f. r t e p i ; .- f h mi (. ru
1 . ber . 1 .b" two i tins at jd it wll
b Me e i". P. lib, 1 th i,k, w it u t
ii. i (-.it l'j. ii r, .i f.u e vu . -or t lP v -truin
nt Wliipl il i tus ire nuy
give two Tories to Pari amen', and
certainly one Bars ia another of the
crofter conntie, syconvmon" with ita
being for home role. R oxburghshire
re-ay vo e Libcira' Uaiori-t, and Btan
i ew burgs certainly wll Htiriingd i e
ia not content to give Btdton, a Gl d
tonito, a formal vc ory, and in tie
Hurling burgs one ci tre iwoseais may
h diet to tlie k'overnmtnt. Kutlur
laidehi-e and Wickhu-gh w'll vote
fjrh.me rule, and S'igi msbire wtl
conliMie lo oppose the new irhn pou
ly. Ths two Uuivers ty seals, as a
matter of course, will remtda Confer
vative. Sc itland promis a to inflict a pret'y
m v re wotind on her I rmi r pdituai
prop! et. It aoul I ba to ly to atteui'
srivtbiua in Ibo na'U'e of a t r c si ts
tim I of thoCometvaiive and Uolon-
id Liberal victory, but the nuober
w,ll bo grea'er than Mr. Gladstone
f:lrrllons In !!- tlrl Itlalrlrl.
. Lomion. July 1. Mr. M. T. Sulli
vuu, Pdinellite, has been re-elfitod to
represent the Colleco Gieen Division
fif Dublin in the next Pur in en', and
Mr. W. Mtirpby, Parnelhte, has been
returned lor the til ratrick s Liivitiun
Thev had no ontio-ition.
John Bright has been reelected aa a
member of the House for the Central
Division of Bitmii'irham, and Mr,
Joseph Chamberlain for the West
Division. JNeither was opposed.
Up to 3 o'clock this a temonn, six
teen Torvcindida'eti.seven Unionis a.
elaht Libarala and two Parn lhte
have luen elect d toiheHiu ecf
Commons in unrontcs'cd ditt lets.
GENEKAL FOKr.HJX JiEWS.
Mf xlran iihIoiik Itrevlpta.
Boston. Mah . July 1. A Mexico
dispatch ta tho Herald stiys : Owing
to thn grent ttrittiieis with which in-
t.mal end cun'oiiiS revenues arj now
Iminsr coilo: tJd. tretsurv cllicialsaiffrt
that tit ) next flsinl yeer w II 8 mw
loin 10 tu 15 pi r ut-ti:. iain, wbirii
will amount to neariy iS.OlM.lUO addi
tion to thn fediral revi lines, l'resi
dent Dit y. fepts em oniaged a1 the om
look, acil at tie i'oh)i-( t of 'he re es
tablishment otyiational credit.
4Jlnilaluc In I'orlry.
London, July 1. Mr. Algernon Kill
livaa KwinlmtiiH, tb poe, publishes
in the Timet a vigorous tit ion st soi g
if til tee ii vents. One of the liuei ir,
"See thn nun of words embrace tha
man of blood."
Uermnu Imperial Mrvrnne,
Bkhmn, July 1. The Imnorlal reve
nue for the ii-ea! yer lHH.r)-8tl will, it
is cab iilatfH, fall ) 7,1100.000 marks be
low the eetun-ite. Tlie defloiency is
attributed to a dtciease, amoun ing to
20,100,000 marks, in the revenue do
rived from the uar tax. The taxea
on salt, beer and spirits show an in
crease in their yields t ) the treasury.
Thn new sugar tax law will, it is
thought, produce an addition of 10.-
000,000 niarka to the levenue.
HtnlBrd hy Him 'UKrr(atlou by
a t.nrt Mnjorlly.
8t. Louis, Mo., Ju'y I. At a meat
leg of the Khaaie-Eiuith cangiogation
la-t night the trustees' reconiuienda
tontuvt Ua.ibi Hunnesclioin be da
p sed was d-Kated by a large major
ity. Tne rabbi, who ii tho loading
repteseuiative of Judiiiem in the Weet,
is a prcgretHivu slid libsral thinker,
and liis adviuic d viuws upon CHrtain
doctrinal queedona wwto c insidertd
bv many in Ie identic d with the
llnlaiUn boliefii. So tho trutteea
ihcaLt, a any rate, and at a recent
matting they voted that their rahbi be
depoEO 1 aud a succais r procured
Ttie allair wna brong it before thecoa
grigatijn lint night, with iho above
WAVm TO FAt'K.
BaiI mortal I (inuldtt thou but know
What truly It meni to io,
Tbe widkii of tlij uul would alow,
Anil the hm o of thy hsart neat high ;
Thou wouldat turn from tin J'yrrhonUt
And laugh tholrjron to morn.
At th babul of nidii Kht foola
Kro Ilia inorninaoi Truth b born;
But I, aarttri uiJn abor,
In a kinadom ot itormltai breath
I late on the f lory of love
lu the unveiled faco of Death.
I tell thee bin fare In fair
Aa the uiooa-bow'i amber rinin,
And tbe (loam in bta unbound hair
Like the tlunh of a thouaand apringi;
Ilia amlle ia the fathouilea boam
Ot the atar-ahine'a enured light,
When tlie aiini mere of Southland dream
In the Ian of the holy Mailt)
Kor I, earlh'a blindnnaa above.
In a kluidoin of halcyon breath
I lute on die marvel ot lovei
In the unveiled lace ot Death.
In hiaeyea a heaven thore dwell
Hat thvy hold few myateriea now
And hit i I y lor earth a farewella
Half liirmwa that ahining brow ;
Boula taken fro i. i'iine'a old lido
lie tolila to hia fo'loring braait,
And the teara of their ariof are dried
hire they e tor tho ootiria u( reat;
And atilt, earth'a ma.lnoae above.
In a kiiiadom ot atoriuleas breath,
I laie on a light that ia love
In the uaveiifd faceot Death.
Through the aelciidor of Blare luipearled
In the glow of their far otl graoe,
He I aoaring world by world,
With ttie aoola in hia atrong euibrace;
bone eihora. unatirred by a wind.
At the ftaeage of Heath grow aweet,
With Iho IraKriinoo tha' llmta behind
Ti e tUab ot hia winged rotreal;
And I, onrth'a madnoaa above.
'Mida kingdom of tranquil breath,
Have gwaod on the luaier ot love
In tho unveiled (ace of Death.
Hut beyond the atara and the aun
I can fol'iiw bitn atill on hia way,
Till he iearl white galea are won
In the oal n of central day.
Far voiura of tnnJ acclaim
Thrill down frjtu the i lace of aoula,
Aa Death, with a touch like flame,
tlnclo pa the goal of gaala;
And fiom henven of leaven above
dud apoaketh with bateleaa breath
Alv angel of ierfcct love
la tne angoi men CH Death.
- y'liot II. xVi'iaria ncpr'a.
The Wlrrs Hunt Uv l uitcr Jrnnd.
Nkw Yohk. July 1. The cubway
cninmi sion creat:d to dt-V'se tultahlo
iiu'.uia of putting the ebctrie mires
under gnund in this city, have dotcr
tuited i' pon a plan. Tae system
adopud is fiat kt.owo as the diaaving
in syjlc'.ii. It will to in term conduit,
vit i convetii nt nuiu 1 oles wlieto ca
bli s and irsti a!ed wires mey be con
xeuieii'ly diuwn in a d out iu (bs'inct
ducts in ti o tou.lul s, with inoilirlea
tu in In meet ipo iul ex'gencts of to
pography ir exist ng mains. A con
s nution cimipiny will fce given the
w ii of layii g t!.e ris era,
Arrcali-,1 for Korulo Dill of I.kiIIhk
liosro', Mas,, Ttily 1. Frank II.
P own, a pioiniui n' fr.in merchant,
was iirnetfd 1 8' eveiing on tMe
e ir::eo 1, ri g b lis i f lading. 11.
C H.rkn so' tMichifrtii ship, ad eii.li'
( i'll r:i if ins to Hi s c ty, Cull
t'lt di to It ii ion it Brown, a id fie
I till o! lalmg, vti Ii d ntti iittHclud,
Wire lent to lb Fourth Nanonal
Ha.ikot ti ir.t y 1'ur i n took np thn
1'r -.f'.s inn! ob a n d the b lis t f la iir g.
lin wii, it aid ig d, n il lu du !i ate
o i s, tm k I i ni to tbe rn n elevator
(f 'be i'oston mid Alenv rnilr ad
dolt iielib grn'n. Tbe ralum I
oi.ie ..'.h ,iiv,m(. ji i , r t.iht tbu til 1-t
ot Iti'i.K ntr.- ;i.d, nnd cause 1
B o.wis Te I Jlu pu,o er was
ba led iu iU),00J.
LAW AU) ORDER LEAGUES
THE ORGANIZATION IN A HUM
BLR OF WESTERN CIIIF.S.
Important Meetings of tbe Leaders
t SI. Louis and hedalla-Tlie
Objects In Ylcw.
St Louis, Mo., July 1. Several very
lmprrtant mentirgg of the leadcra of
ilc Lisw am ur 'or Lraue have been
Kai'd reciml' btth hergandat tioda'ia,
Mo. A prominent ctli-'tr of the league
eas t' ut ttieso ineeiings havo brcu
much ni ne general in cha'aster than
tlios-t prcvi u i y he'd, tbe intention
teiug titstatilii.li anorgen zatrm Ircin
one end of tbs cnuotry to tbe other in
support of law and r rder, which can
oh larg Iv mats-d, if necessary, at one
no nl. J-or losttnce, ia case ot trouble
in St. Louis with which the league here
could not cops, the pteoaia'ions now
be.ng made are for the putpnte of
enaii.mg tne local ctucia a ti call on
Chicago or any other p.aie for re
inforcementa, the meuibo'S being
bound to answer meti a call at a mo
ment's notice. The cgaointion
in this respect is jiaMakios
more of the character of national
minute mn, though the member
sav they hops they will never be
called on to perf rm that kind of duty
Asatn'ansof getting the forcrs cut
on a lew moments notice, the ad-
dreas'B ot all members business and
residences are taken. The league.
which had Its origin in r-o-lalla, b-s
ben lan d y tuthtrrd by some of the
lea ling spcret society men in the
country, L'gi .n of Honor members
a id Masons heing prominent, and tbe
workings and mansgement of these
eocirtbs have been con olidated and
tbe besf. points culled out, in order
to secure a lirge and ettec lve mem
bTN'iip as aron as pois'ble, and at the
same time keep it secret. Tney have
been veiy sticcts-ful In tbe latter re
ward, and it U only with the greatest
laber 'bat anything reliab'e ni to is
wo-kings can be fh 'e'tained. Begin
ning in Seialia and spreaJing to
D solo and If inn bal, Mo., it wastoon
aken up bv St. l.oui when it reallv
b-uan t ) bourn, and flprovd rapid y to
Caiondeb t, Oiarksvillo, Cryftal City,
Mo.; Beletille, Id ; Chicago, Jack-
on, Mich., Evansville, Iod , St Paul,
Biinncapons, Jticnrster, a. i ,, Mil
waukee and Baltimore, in about tbe
ordrr named, and is cow gaining
a strong foothold in Iowa and Kanai
and ott er Sta'.is. With the point
named it baa reached a membership
ol over 17.000, over 80C0 of which are
ia St. L'juis. Included In the mem-
bf ruhin. it is said, are a larca number
of UborlcH men, fjegineera, conduct
ors and Koigbts of Labor, who ex
press a firm alugiaace to tbe league
in preference to any order. Rev. Ed
monotnn, of r-'ed l'a, has been em
ployed to work the leagus np all over
tne country and has organized a great
many branches an I has committees
woming in ell diiedions Tbe rrinci
pal object is to prevent labor dietuib-
ancee and discountonance strikes and
boycotts. The latter comes in for par
ticular condemns? ion, a committee of
tho lergne biing appointed to investi
gate all bovcot s, and where the em
ployer Is found to have been unjust,
to let thorn alone, but where tho em
ployer lias iiiven rio cause f ir such
extreme measutc, then to go to his
Tmnanrrr Wllaon'a Heavy llffnlrft-
PHii.ADKi.ruiA, Ta., July 1. The
heavy d facniouol the treasurnr of
the Chetiapeaka end IirlawaiM Canal
tomputiy, which was discovered yes
terday, cootinu s to be the main topic
of diecutsioa in fluancial circles. Sev
eral experts have been set to work at
the books of the corporation, and tbey
are busily engaged today ia examin
ing tha aeamuls to ascertain who. her
tbe peculations of James A. L. Wil
ton, the absconding t'cau'er. aggre
ga'e moro than be acknowledged in
his loufussioa to President Dilling
ham. The latter has aworn out wai
ranti f r the arre t of both Wilson and
Henry V. Lesley, tbo foimer secretaiy
and treasurer of tl o company, charg
ing tbem with embezzlement. The
dtscriptlon of Wibon was f omit bed
to the Detective Department and tele
araohed to all police detectives in the
United States, Canada, Europe and
elsewhere. The Chief of Detectives
believes that the fugitives have gone
to Canada, and that Wilson is without
niears. Tne largest holdeis of the
ttock of the company are the Unied
S'Btcs Qoverninent and the State of
Maryland, while the bonds are held
by a number cf j. r.iminent people in
ttiis city, Moncura D. Kjbinson pos
stssing nearly f,r)00,000.
NnvrU by Ibe KnraUag; of a 1ok.
Ciiicaoo, III., July 1. The barking
of a d g at an ppiirtune moment tliis
niornii.g ptobtibiy tavtd tbo lives of a
number of sleeping people. At a few
minutes af.er 2 o'clock, a large hound
which was kept in tho tear of Aujuet
L'ndi's reaidence, Ho. 1621 Milwaukee
avenue, ra sed a great uproar. Tbe
family wero aiou-ed by the noiee and
on g ting tip, dbcovcrtd that tbe
back buiidiniis were in flnmta, and tho
Il e had ro nun in icated to the r"ai
deuce. Ttiev barely eucped with
the r lives. Mr. Limit keeps a coal
yard. Tbe coal thed was entirely
ile-troj'od, as wall aj two stables, three
wagena, three horaes, three carriages
and a quantity of harm as. The rear
of A Johnson's house, No. lfal'J Mil
waukee avenue, w.h bal'y burue.l,
and the bio do troyed saveral sheds
and outbouea on Wilraot avenue.
The total lot see are placed at $7000, on
which iht ra is a mcderate amount of
innirarc. Tbe origin cf the blrzo is
a mys cry.
MmallposonNhlplMiard atl Kew York
New Ycbk, July 1. Mendes Va'a,
ag d tigb eeu vara, a native of Ham
burg, eiecrauo piuuergor on tie
eteemer S;,rren o, was taken down
with tmallpox on June 251,1, and was
put ioto tho ehip's hospital. t)a her
a r val at quarnniine tbe patient was
iran-iferred ta Nt rth Brothers Is'aad,
and then the Bteampr sl owed to pro
ceed to thn c'ty alturbo'iijt thoroughly
disinfected and ch annel), and tho pas
':c'or Peia'to, an Italian immigrant
on the et?amer lira'at on, aitod twen
tyyea s, wa. aUo taken sick durirg
the voyage, nnd wrs pent t) the small
pox hiepital t n the arrival o! the ship.
NenentlOBf I Clmrrca Aaatlnal Mia
St. Lotus, Mo., July 1. Tho Pout
iylitch w ll rtnliflh this f ernoon
sni a ioiml cba gJs aga nst fourteen
m tnN" of tho Hoiibi of Deleeittes,
which, If mbstsniiated, wdl reBult in
the letnoval from thoirpo.'iiions cf the
who'e f imeeu. Th" municipal char
ter of the city provides that in order
t become a member, ot the llouae of
!l.l..ii.,i tlx, nr ,nait of m,riihnm
r'l'H" v , '" t'-'-l J -' - -
1 1 , must be aceeiisiul and tbo texe-t
pi d belo e a cu t.dil time, and that
Ui' dd g te uiiii't take oath to that
oiler'- I e ore 'n'iig lis seat. Tbe
Pott 7)i.;kii7i cl arges that euher lour
teeu ol ttie doiegties have cot bicu
aaeescajd, have not pa d their taxes at
a 1, or have paid them after tbe time
designated In tha charter. This wonld
reader them all liable to arrest and
trial for perjury, m well ai for trial for
the special crime provided for by the
State laws, of retaining tbeir seats in
tbe llon'e, knowirg the tnsr Ives to be
not entitled th-reto, tha penalty lor
which is imprifonment in the coacty
jail for six months or a lino not lt sj
OPKNIKO D4T OP 1 II K N( rfd-
Tlie .'Irmpbla Teachers' Home at
Very Hani aitiue Kulldlac Tnu
Nrwanea krboola nul Tiielr
IiogaiBPONDt.icf or Tin AprgixJ
Montkaglk, Tens., June 10. Tee
opening day of tin Southern Awm
bly at this plain nbows an increase in
number and ii.t-rcdt over any pre
vious year. ach siason's exterience
teems to broaden tbe ide end give ad
ditonal feaMres to the iulereting
programme. The summer tcbools
offering superior advantages to teath
erj in a climate and sui rounding of
unusiil hea'tbfulness and 1 tauty, is
in itself a snfficiebt inducemeiit to
draw very many ti this point. In a
tecent Interview with tbeclinirman of
the School Commit ee, Piof. W. M.
Baskery l e, same v'y pleesani; sug
genlcns were gleaned. Prof. Basker
vii'e standa p'om nntit'y forward aa a
scholar H s department in tlie Van
derbiH Udivo:b1 y is veiy lrp r an,
maintaining a. it coes ibo care u
atudyt f Arglo-Saxm. In the session
just closed many i.f tbn a'ud-wit-i of
ilia clause! wer tr dua'es will de
grees. This ia in its jlf a tri'i'e
io the advarccineat of ili4 Pr..
fe.-sor in h e pecnl ar line of
study. P, rsjnal popuinrdy, a broad
acquaintsnce and coDtinniai noiice
of lecent txt boot,' m tkel'iof.Biirkei
villo a mos' usoiul f ictor in ttie build
ing op of Uia bunimorirg system of
J he priiuraroines tod y re p ntrd
by tbe Btygmorap'i of NeitUtm &
Lonttfitroet, of Syrncme N Y. They
have a deeiirn he no th the we come cif
a beacon, or bonfle, the flajies reach
ing em, weet and ucrth.
There is rets n to believe that
Monteagle will ebor ly be like iti illus
trious pro'otype, Cbatitanqua, a bonne
university as wed as a retort f r tbe
cultured. Tho art depa tment has a
Acuity of OLUsnal niDiit. Pi of. L S.
Thnmnnn. of Purdue Uoivo sitv. is
dean. This aoutlemen baa given many
vaiuaote text bo iks to scboole, and auils
to tQorniKh knowledge a irift of leai b-
ing. CaiI C Bremur, of Louisville,
landscape; Geo. W. Chambers, cf 8;.
Lonii, life cla's; MirsSallie Thomas,
of Nafhville, decorat'va art, aitietc
needle work; and Prof. Tnompsou
makes a special study of wood carv
ing and repru'sco. This pleasant and
profitable occupation is very popular.
Groups of familiar face1, pleasant
meetings, expreps;ons of surpri-e
at tho number of improvements are
tbe order of the day. Tents are
spreading their white winge, etiggest
ing tbe pie santebt lodg ng. Every
tnirg ia ia readiness for the incoming
train, which bears the president, Mr.
It. B. Ronpard, and family and (cores
of people frcm a'l d rections. The ex-
ercists tonight wid bs very interest
ing, and from tnts day eventi will
crowd each other. Tbe Memphis
Teachers' Home, under the efficient
management of Mis Emma B. Brown,
h reauy lor it tocanti. The Home
its bobn ciinttd llsht olive, with red
trimmings, fiaraes for vines set over
the sun reached windows, vines
planted and tbwers started. The
whole npparan'e bai been trans
formed. Paint has been liberally and
artistically und, and the result is very
charmng. Many Memphians are ex
pected cere lor tho season.
Very Ileavjr Halna Damauclnaj to
ins tropa Death of H. il,
lonRRtnpoKDaajoi or Tin ArraAL.I
Macon, Mirj., June 30. M. B Ed
wards, a prominent citizen and a
member of tbe Board of Aldermen of
tbe town of Macon, died here laet
evening of measles, and will be buried
tomoiaowin the Odd Fellows' ceme
tery by the Macone, as he was an o ni
cer in that body. Another good man
gone. He was one of the old land
marks. It has been raining here incessantly
and all the farmers are behind and
will make probably a half crop of cot
ton nnd but littlo corn.
Nolllvnn lo Npnr for Iho Pnrllnmrn-
Naw York. July 1. John L. Sulli
van announces tr at he stands ready to
appear in Malieon Square Garden on
seme evening decided upon, in an
athletic entertainment for tbe benefit
of tho home rulo fund. He will, on
that evening, epir any tbrae men in
tho world ; one at 8 :'i0 o'clock, one at
0:30 o'clock, and another at 10:30
o'clock, and if he falls to get the better
of a'l threp. he will nercoually foifeit
$1000 to the fund. He suggests Her
ald, McCaffrey and Kyan at the men
whom he would like to meet, and re
quests John Scannell, Mr. Richard
Crcker and Sheriff. Grant to act as a
cotumitloa for tbe entertainment. He
feols cotifiden'. heists, that tbe pto-
ceeds of such an entertainment would
ncrnase the Parliamentary fond at
Fatally ftbot Ilia Wire.
Wilkksiiarkb. Pa., July 1. During
a jealous quarrel between Edwin Bel
lows and bis wife at NanticDke. at an
early hour this morning, in which hot
wonts paswil Between tne iwo, nei
lowe. in a Utof fren.v. drew a revolver
and shot his wife twice. Her wdiiihU
are pronounced fa'al. The murderer
was arrested and brought to this city
this morning and lo.lgrd in jail.
MOST PERFECT' MADE
Vroi'BnMl with f-nrctttl rirnM to hodlUk
No Ainim'Min, l,imn ir Alum.
prts eixi.vs fct'.'pzn co..
CHICACO. ST. LOUIS
1 ' ,
The First Sign
Of falling health, whether In the form of
Night Sweats and Kervousneas, or In
scnae of General Weariness and Loss of
A ppctlte, ahould suggest tne use of Ayerr
Euraaparllla. This preparation t moat
effective for giving tone and atreugto
to tbe enfeebled system, promoting tttt
digestion and asalmilatlon of food, reatof
lug the nervous forces to their normal
condition, and for purifying, enriching,
and vitalizing tbe blood.
Ten rears atro mv health beenn tn fafl.
I was troubled with a diatreaxiutr Coueri,
Nl(,'ht Sweats, Weaknesn, and Nervou
ue9. I tried various remedies preacribed
by different plivtiicinni, but became ao
weak that I could not po up atairs with
out stooping to rest, ily friends recom
mended nie to try Avers Miraaparllln,
which I did, nnd I am now aa health v aud
strong as ever. lira. E. L. Williams,
I nave used Ayer'a baraapai-illa, In my
family, for rierofula, and know, if it (
taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible dinenac. 1 bave alao
prescribed it aa a tonic, m well aa an alter
alive, nnd must any that I honeatlv believe
It to be the beat blood medicine ever
compounded. w. F. Fowler, 1. D. 8.,
mi. u., ureeuvme, tenu.
It would be imnosalble for me to de
scribe what I guttered from Indigestion
and Hoaduelio up to the time 1 began
taking Ayer's Saraaparllla. I was under
the care of vnrinua physicians and tried
a great many kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than ten porary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sar?aparllla for
a abort time, my hewiaebo disappeared,
nnd my Htomach pefunued i'3 duties more
perfectly. To-day my health ia com.
pletely restored. Mary Uaiicy, Spring
I have been greatly benefited by the
prompt uso of Ayer a Sarsaparilla. It
tones and hivigoratea thosysteni, reculatea
the action of the digestive and assiuiilatlvo
orpins, and vi.iiizea the blood. It la,
without doubt, tho most reliable blood
n-ifier vet discovered. II. I). Johnson,
Atlantic ave., lirooklvn, N. Y.
by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mu.
Fata) ! aix bolUea, 5.
Forty Tears a Sufferer from
WONDERFUL TO RELATE.
"FOR FORTY YEARS I havej bran a vio
tim to OATAKRU-tbrao-foartha nf tha time
a aufterer from EXCRUCIATING PAINS
AOROSa MY FOllKUKAD AND MY Nf8
TRU.rt, Tha diaaharaea ware ao offanaire
that I heailate to DieDtion it, azcept tor tha
good it may do some other aufferer. 1 bava
spent a young; fortune from my earnings
during my forty years of 'u florin it to obtain
relief Iroin the doctors. I have tried patent
roedioinea every one I oould learn of from
the four camera of tbe earth, with no relief.
And AT LAST (57 yeara of aire) have met
with a remedy that baa eared me entirely
made me a now man. I weighod 128 pounds,
and now weigh 146. I uaed thirteen bottlea
of the medioine, and the only regret I have
ia, that being in the bumble waika of lite I
may not have influence to prevail on all ca
tarrh sufferera to use what has oared me
On Inn's rioneer Blood Kenewer.
" No. 267 Second street, Macon, da."
" Mr. Henry Cbeves. the writer of the
above, formerly of Crawford county, new of
Maoon, Ot merits the confidence of ail In
terested ia catarrh. W. A. H FF,
Ez-Alayor of Maoon.
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It' not in your market, it will be forwarded
on receipt of price. Small bottles. II. large.
Kaiey on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
aces jtEDicinE copjpafit.
30 XT 1 1 A. OT
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The Great Natural Blood Purifier,
An Iron Tonic free from Alcohol.
An Infallible Remedy In
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints,
Chronic Diarrhoea. Oeneral Debility,
Asthma, Female Complaints,
Erysipelas, all Skin Disease!,
Bora Kyes, Ntpbt Sweats,
Bilious Cello, Cuts, Uralses, Catarrh,
Ulcerous and Cancerous Affections,
Weakness from Illness or Over-Work,
Loss of Appetite,
Sprains, Tetter, ete., ete,
for CrjIIC) and CtllTlllCATE!
See free pamphlet
aoi.a rnornt rroKi t
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F.ALT II IN WKAI.TH.-Dl. E. 0.
W -. Naava iD Ilatiaj TaaiTMiNT.
aauarantee.l epecilo for Hyateria, Dusi
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gia, Headaohe, Nerc- Prostration, caused
by the ar of aloohol or tobacco I Wake-
tuineaa, Mental uepreaaion, wiBmni vi ,u
Brain, resulting in inaanity and lea ing to
miaery, , decay and deathi Premature 'Hn
Ago, llarrenneaa, Loas of Power in either
n: Involuntary Loaaea and Spermator
rhea, cau,. t by over-exertion of the nratn,
aelt-abuae orovoriudulgence. Kaon box eon
tains one montii'r treatment, tl a box, 01
aix boxes for 15, (eni l mail prepaid, on
roceipt of price. We guarrntce Six Boxei
to cure any oai e. With eaoh order received
by us lor six boxes, accompanied witn Hs
we will send the purchaser onr written
gnaranuaa to rotund the money if the treat
ment does -ot altect a core. Ooaxanteel
laaned only b A K.KNKKKX A CO., Drus-riat-.
mi'iiHTti) TfATiBai. rrrraK"
J5'l- liaiHa. atria. nu.n
t Brdtr.l Aulhorlllra.
. Btle ganta tnr Memrhia,
JA aBs at tlAKKKII.
y H LHa
SiccesMr to FOCIXE, TAILOB k C0H
L. D. MDLUSB, of late J. R. Oodwln A Co. JAS. Y0N8E, late of J. W. Caldwell A Oe
MXFLLINS & YONGB,
Cotton Factors &Commission Merchants
No. 1 Howard's Bow, Cor. Front and Union. Hfemnnin.
OX NHW TORK.
:RICHABD A. McCUBDY, ; t ill Fresident.
ASSCTS, :::::: $100,000,000
Surrender Values Indorsed on Polleleai. Bo Forfeiture. SJbeapeat
In the World.
J TaJOC. XIH.BXCIM'X, 3VX.X3.. Ill Sxamlzxer,
JNO. P. WII7KBRSON, Agent,
"So. 2 Col ion I?xcliaitffe Rnildlntr, ftfemplilg.
Still In ttae market,
209 MAIN STREET,
P. B. ALSTOM,
. W. CBOWXIX,
ALSTON, CROWELL & GO.
And Commlflfiioa Merchants flay, Corn Oats, Bras, Chop Feed, Oll-Meal,
Liwf, Cement, Piaster, Building and Fire Brlcfc, Ete.
Cor. Front and TTnion. 1 IToward'a Row. Memphis.
THE LIYERSSORE FOUNDRY
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DEFT,
aopa'ra. '-r :SEtb:' iTjJtii fi imtmt
Braaa jjf.- Bollerlraai
aSasgSSfcjW-r. iLmiml1 BlnppUoa f
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEP'T, 226 and 228 Second St.
(Successors in this lepartment to JOHN MANOOUB.)
vWrite ns for information on ANY THINGI in either line.
ELLY, ROPER & EEILLYr
Grocers & Cotton Factoik
TV'n. aoa KfMln Ntreet.. Oh.vvm Rlock.
BriBHeTCar Worts Manntact'tt
Brinkley, Ark., Maualtecturera ef I
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER. (
AHD DEALERS IS 1
Doors, Sash, BUnin, Dregsed Flooring, Ceillnr, Wcather-Boartlln
Cjpreais SUIiiRles, Laths, Etc
ayarOar fanllltles are unsurpassed by any sawmill In the South for HI i orders promptly.
Floorina. CeiliDK. Sldlna, Step Lumber and
Lumber of all dimensions. We make tbe
sououea ana promptly nuea.
GEO. BAYMIliliEll, AGENT,
No. '124 Jefferson Street
J. T. FAHGA80N.
0. 0. HEIIf.
J. T. FARGA
Sf 9 Front Street,
Cotton eonsigned to ni will have our oareful
Wa sauvvaa wa
QA-xnlaX, PanrwCrnrfirlflft WinnsAlnUOM.TobtVCCDot Cinart- f
w asaaaw a. aaaaaaj www. ,v.j - -
And will aell aa
M. 0. PEARCK.
Cotton Factors & Commission falerch'ts.
Wo. 2T6 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS;:TENW.
Clottoa Warehonar-Haa. ga auad.QQ. Vntam Btreel
j. w. ooOHRaa. a. ntioi.ay 'rtsb.
COCHRAN & FRAYSEH,
Owners and Proprietor,
On Hora Lake liond, 8 Miles Troin C:
Sl'FFICIENT paaturaite for Ml he I
Block. Oharaoa irmn $1 5i to So tl
month, aPi"nrillna to faro and kind ol laal
uraire. lioaa, rattle, ciiivp, b.ep and
lamlie for eain. Partiea Jos, ring psrluriiae
fo' sti ck, or to vurchaje or sell dock, will
W.S.J ACKSON, Agent, on the Place.
Q. W. HAOB4.
LIFE 1. C
Willi st fnll aaaorU
: i MEMPHIS. TENN.
h. nr. kavbt;
AND MACHINE COMPAN'
lfiOto 174 AdanH 8t., Memphli-
Cyprese Bbinales a specialty i also, rraminis
Wholesale Business a speoial feature. Uraerai
R. A. PARKER.
E. Ii. WOODSOS
$3 yui i
on Factors )
attention. We carry at all times a well-
j , 1 . -j
Iw n. Ih. ljiwi.1, I
JOBS h. MoCLSLLAN.
Aou liOHlili'iit Notice.
Ho. ffA, R. D. Iu tbo Probate Court
yiielbv County, Tctinesste. Kernard Uaa-
riao et ai vs. tho Unknown lieirs ol Ara-
I elia M-Baciiurt, deceased. a
It appearina from nrittimtl bill filed in this
cauie thut the u.iinaF and residence of tha
heirs at law of Arabcltt M. liaciiuet, de
ceased, are unknown, but they lire believed
to be non-roaiilenta ol IheStaie of Tennessee!
It is, therefuro, ordered that they make
their appearance herein, at the Court-House
nf Shelby county, in Mouiphis, Xenn., on
or before tbo first Monday in July, 18M, and
pica d, amwor or doirur to comtdainant bill,
or tho same will ho taken for confessed as to
them and aet for bearing ex partoj and that
a copy otthis onl-r be .uh!ihed oce a
week tor lour aurce-aive weoaa in iu. m.m
phia Appeal. This iah day of May, IS5.
Aeopy-Attca. g r.I'LLEff, Clsrki
Tlv l.. (i. MolJuualii. Lienutj Olork.
juhn Loaiiue, snlicitor tor couipl t,
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