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THE DIRTY DLSllDE'S
ASD THE SCANDAL THEY HAVE
Lily Ianetrj and Her Escort and
Mrs. Lion Boncicault's Mission
to Mir Up Strife.
Skw Yobk, October 4. Mr. Harri
son Grey Fi-ke writos 8 follows in ins
New York Star: I have been reading
over the issues of one of our leading
dailies from Monday te Saturday, in
clusive. I find that eight and ha f
co'umns of ;ta space have been devot
ed to the Cameron case and less than
two columns to ir.ticiBms and legiti
mate news of tbe stag:-. The reonrts
in qarstion ara somehnt less objec
tionable than thore of the other pa
pers, for the aimple reason that the
wealthy prcprittor of the paper is a
person that tuna after Englisnmen of
title who corsent to affiliate with him
in clubland and on ttie tuif, and his
staff are instructed, it is said, to pre
vent everything connected with the
.flair in each a manner gs to makeout
tbe b:Bt possible case for his friend,
the ignoble nobleman who figures sa
eonspicustn'y in it.
The repcrtcrial emissaries of .this
veracious chronie'e began to get in
their fine wcrk on Monday morning,
when they told us all about the ar
rival of the number of the cast in
this little tore; -cornered play of more
or lees contemporaneous human inter
est. His lordship, like the otheis,
talked freely to the newspaper men.
He said of course that he was g'ad to
be back again in America; timt he
would go shooting hire if be got the
chance, for he miteed his favorite pat
time of cab hunting; that De Ben
saude was a blackmailer who had
tried to cut his wife's throat, and if
be tried to make a foss in New York
the actresa snd himtelf were ready to
meet and reply to any chargp.
Miss Cameron said that the knew
there had been some nasty nowspapur
paragraphs tent over in adyaLce ot
her coming, but she relied on Ameri
can common tense to avert injurious
prejudice; thht every bedy told her
peuole wouldu't stand any cf De
BenEBude's tr cka in this country, and
that the unprepeseseing Arab she
prom'ssd to love, honor and obey
bad followed her serosa the ocean
eimply and solely ti spite her.
Da Bensjude, being merely MifS
Cameron's husband and therefore not
posseting the wife and her lordly pro
tector, wt s d sniiased with a few lines.
He was, howev-.r, allowed to proclaim
that his canfidancj had been abused
and : his manhood onirajed, and that
the principal object of his vieit wob to
keep a close watch upon his wife and
see that she behaved herself.
As a sort of underplot, the cotnp i
cations of tbe prologae were furtuer
hightencd by the siatement that
Mis. Largrywas escorted from tbe
deck to her honpe by a well known
man, and that Mr p. Dion Bjucieaulf,
the firct, had arrived for the purpose
of continuing her warfare against her
recreant snou e.
Then the attic n of the play proper
or improper commenced in earn'
est. We were thown the movements
of the triad down to the smallett de
tail. We were told what they weie,
what they eaid, what they ate anu
drank, and wheie they slept. Nothing
escaped the eagle eye of the reporters.
Our curiosity was piqued by pic.u-
lecque descriptions of Lonsdale's
checked trousers and fragrant bouton
niere, while graphic pens went into
ecstacics over Violet's dainty boots
and sparkling diamonds. Then came
an exciting incident. Tbe proprietor
of the Hoffman House politely bowed
the actress and her companion into
the street, because Dd Bacsaude
threatened t) shont one cr tbe otber,
and Mr, Stokes entertained a decided
antipathy to Bhooting Bcraprs of all
kinds. The proprietor blew his wh;s
tle, and the sene was changed to the
Hotel Madieoa. Wesaw Lon:dale and
De Benoaude slashing each o her in
?rint and drii.king cocktails together,
hey talked pistols in the newspapers
and at3 sections of the same bird at
A thiewd suspicion that the who'e
thing was a hnge advertising scheme
began to gain circulation and believ
ers. Next we wee informed that De
Benaaude ws going to kill Mrs. de
isensaude uuios lymsciaie was willing
to buy him oil. At this paint tbe
mingled ingredients of farce and trag
edy were ex ha need for melo-dronoa.
Tfce metiopol tan audience was intro-
cucea to several new uramaus per
son!"', including a policeman, siras
lawyers and a judge. The Tombs shed
its Egvpt'an gloom over the tableau
that brought down the curtain on the
first portion of the piece. But it was
not the gcod old fashioned tableau of
vice puniahed a' d virtue triumphant.
Why? Well, simply becauss there
w?s no aval ab'e virtue in tue cs.Be.
Sandwiched in between some drank
and disorderly subjects for judicial de
liberation came ton cauee celebre.
His lordchip told his ttory, Violet
backed him up, and the unenviable
husband eought relief and sympathy
in a flood of Arabian teais. The
wretched man that came a matter of
some 3000 miles to obtain a little pe
cuniaiy talm for his lacerated heart
and outraged henor was put back in
his cell, while tbe lord and the lady
Tattled off gayly and victoriously in a
This, in brif, is a synopsis of the
p'ot, B3 far as it ba? been uofolded.
What other startling' and sensational
situations tiere may be in store the
coming fortnight alone can determine.
To sustain the public interest they
will have to be piled on thick and fast,
in the proverbial Surrey style.
The effect of this notoiious scandal
has been deep, and in ceitaiu respects
it is likely to be lasting. It has brought
about a meet debasing eruption on the
facsof the pres", pandered to vicicu
appetites, diFgusted decent folk, and
covered tbe name of the itngewith
obloquy and shame. On this last
mentioned account I wish to enter an
emphat c protent against the prevalent
newspaper policy that seeks to de
grade the whole theatrical prote-eion
by turning its presses into cteam laun
dries for the waiting of dirty linen,
against the men of wealth and family
that use the theater as a convenient
abiding place for their mistresses,
against the women that desecrate the
stage by utilizing its publicity as a
means of advertising their prostitu
tion, and sgain't a branch of amuse
ments that ha bor such women and
demoralizes the mora s both of the
poisons engaged in it and the class to
whose patronage and support it ap
peals. The Star is pre-eminently the
avenue for such a protest, inasmuch
as it has already dec find itself edi
torially as oppo-ed to the i.asty topic
which has been the town ta kforeix
The Cameron affoit differs from
many ether theatrical scandals oi. ly in
the extra pub'icity ithai attained, this
being due to the complicity of the real
Lve English ear'. Many olhtrs have
cropped out and similar tactics have
been employed in handli t "em.
Look at tlie nnmerons Sadomo -1
sell imbrog'io'. H rethe stupid do
raest'e epts a d legal scrapes of a
second-class composer and a good
looking comic opera singer have again
and again been uiagtiifle J into abnor
mal importance and fumed the sub
ject for immepSuraMe reams of re
pot torial and editorial comment. This
ia bat one example of in:tnv that
nrght be offered, but it will suffice f ir
my purpjse. The mnre "iipicy" and
l'ceiitious the ma'.to', the more space
does it command. Tae ttige lies very
close to the hearts of tbe people, and
the human aide if popu'ar actoit is
something that readois are always glad
to know about. But it does not follow
this reasm that the loos a acts of loose
men and women of whom there are
necessarily many In the profe3?ion
nuder existing conditions Bhould be
retailed in prints that presumably
reach the eyes of modest women and
biirh minded men.
Theirio invo'ved in the Cameron
cae are a bad lot, evidently. It is
impossible to s?y whether hmband,
wife or protea'or figures the most un
enviah y. All three have shown a
perftct indifference to public opiniou
and have dragged their diegaeting
relations into the light without reluc
tance. The work cf emnnninating the stage
from the unjust hostility of traditional
prejudice and flimsy Puritanitm has
been hindered by the (i igrait immo
rality of some ot ita people and toe
scandalous bent cf a large proportion
of the press. Unfortunately trie en
tire profession Baffin acutely from
these ignominious nn.l frequently re
It is partly the actor's own fault. He
bugs tbj trite soph sra that there are
a-i many black stieep in otber folds as
in his own, and, therefore, nothing
need be said or dune. But he forgets,
in his supine method of looking at it,
that when a lawyer does anything un
professional he may be thrown over
the bar; that a doctor who offtcds
agiin3t ihe unwritten laws of his call
ing is expelled from the ranks of regu
lar practitioner.', aad thiit the clergy
man who is found g iilty of conduct
unbecoming the cloth is promptly
fired out of the church. Of course the
actor belougs to ro a's.iciation tl at
can adopt its o n measures and take
similar ac'ion. But lie certainly can
assume a firm ttand against the peop'e
that diegraca hii vocation. There are
enough spotless men and women on
the b isrds to drive from them the
backsliders by refueirg to alfillate or
perform with them, the stage must
regulate its own morality and protect
itself from infamy. The press end
public have refused to aid them in the
la-k, but it tan be done without their
HOSTILE APACHE INDIANS
BtrORTKD AS BEISU O.Y Til E
WARPATH IN THE
Bonlhwest MaugiM, Half Brother
of Wei OTimo, in ('imiiiiaiid-So
Nem it WaNliluicton.
En Paso. Tax , October 5. News
has been received here which con
firms what has b: en feardd tor seveial
weeks-that he-tile Apaches are still
out, and the rapture of Geronino wH
not end the Apache war. Lieut Brit
Ion Davis, racently of tho United
States army, is now manager of the
Cerrolettos ranch in the State of
Chihuahua. Eight hoitile Apachss
raided tbe ranch during his absence
and drcve awy twenty mules. He
etiited in pureuir, and after following
tbe thieves for several days, under the
impression that they were metiers,
came up with them only sixty miles
from this city, in the s'ate of Chihua
hua. He was amazed to fiud that
they were Apaches, ten in number.
A sharp battle eniusd, but none of
the lieutenant's party were seriously
hurt. The Apaches have evidently
teen camping ror months only ninety
miles fram El Paso. Lieut. Davis f ays
that Old Mangus was the leader of ttie
thievee. Mangos hrs been for twenty
years the terror of the bolder He is re
garded as a far abler tactician than
Geronimo, and is imbued with a duei er
hatred of the whites. Maitgus end
Geronimo are half brothers, bith
being tous of the great Apache chief
Mangus Colorado, eatd to hive been
tbe worst, Indian ever known to early
white settlers. Lieut. Davis says be
pursued Mangns and his bnnd to
witt.iu twen'j-b7e miles of El Paso,
whre ha abandoni d the tr:vl, which
led in this direction no', however,
until he hr.d learned that Mangus had
been joked by tha three bucks of
Geronimo s party who ea:ped Irom
Fort Bowie. Davis IhioliS the hes
tiles ere by thin time in Ni?w Mexico,
and ttiat th?y intend to make a raid
through New Mexico, Aiizoua, and
thence into S mora.
No Olliolnl C'oiilirmatlou of Ibe
.Washington, October 5. No offi
cial confirmation of tbe report that a
new Apache raid ia in nr-greas has
been r jceived at the War Department,
but the report is not considered im
probable. Mangui, who is said ti be
at the head of , the party, was lost
right of by the troops about a year rgo
He wes than 2 0 or 3( 0 miles south of
the Mexican line. Six other Apaches
disappeared with him. It has been
since reported that Mangus was dead,
but this is not known to be tbe fact.
THE SEPTEMBER FIRE LOSS
In the United Nlntca and fnuada
A Nimbi Oevreawe.
New York, October 4. Tbe Sap
tembar Cra lues in tbe United Staffs
and Canada, according to the estimate
of the New Yoik Commercial ISulletin,
wAa$1Tif)O.n0 ). a sliirbt decrease from
the average September loss of previom
years. The lmunn t nre renoru con
tains mention of 12!) Ssptember flie,
where the repotted less was $10,000 or
mnm. Thnre were twelve fires of
over $100,000 during the month. Up
to October is', ttie agnroga'enre waste
in 1880 wasS3,000,OJO, against $70,
lnnnnn fir the snne neriod of 18S5.
so that with October, November and
Decernber et to he heard from, there
is no lUelihrod t f a lower figure than
$100,000,000 to bs chargsd for fires in
In the Dear Old Dnjrs.
We diiler in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the same on the de-
sirablenees of a fine head of hair. If
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker a Hair Balaam will make you
look as you did in tho dear old days.
It is worth trying. The only standard
50 cents article Inr the hair.
Reftined to t'n-upcrate With the
Bcbton. Mass., October 4. The
Baptist minis ere, at a meeting today,
lefused to co operate with the Meth
odist minihteis in furthering the ap
peaiance of the Revs. Sam Jones and
Sam Small in a 83ies of meetings in
Tub Keirviile Fair will commence
on Tuesday, the l;h instant, and con
ticne four days.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY,
OS TUE ISLAM) OF MAPU, OF
THE rim GROUP
Of the Friendly Ilun , aid It Is
t'jvcred With Volcanic Duat
The Ruptured Earth.
Mkih ii'knk, October 5. A Viilcinic
eruption t ai necurred on the i-dar.d
of Niapu, one cf ttieTcgngroup of the
Friendly Islazids. Tbe whole island is
now covered with volcanic dnt.
lluipai has a population of about 500.
A steamer bus been diepa'ched to
ascertain their present com' i ion.
Xiglit. Tlie earthquako des-t'oyed
ever y village on the island 'f Nitpn.
Ti,e inhabitants eg 'aped. Toe ielaod
is covered twenty fed with volc.in'c
dust, and at one place a new hill 200
feet high has bseu formed.
The Miitnri Xnith.
In refeirirg to the recent earth
quake the Bjttin (Hole epeaks cf
cracks in tbe crust of the earth ex
tending through Maine, New Hamp
shire and Vermont, and quotes Prof.
Brigham is "not beingsarqaiueaboiit
New K 'gland being a said p'aue to
live in." Others reier to a great de
pression in t e Atlantic a'ong the
coaat of the United States. Some
years ago I took a few notes concern
ing the deip p,en sonndings as taken
by the United States t nd other sur
veying expeditions showing th s great
depression, and perhaps they may be
of interest to your readers.
There seems to be a deep channel or
chasm through the Atlantic bed from
tbe eastward of the Antilles toward
the northward and westward, aud fol
lowing the United Sta ea toast, turns
abruptly to the eastward opposite
Charle8'on, S. C, and widening, pusses
eome dis'ance h uth of tho Giand
Banks south of Newfoundland. Th's
chasm ia very deep, averaging 3.110
fathoms, or 20,000 feet, while its aides
r.ee to within 1800 fathoms, cr 10,S0.,
of the surface. The Bermudna B.
lie in the sjutberu edge of this chasiu
near the eddy, as it were, ot the a'
rnpt point of turning opr:osiU'Char!es
ton, S. C. Along the northern edge
of tn id chasm, and opposite the Cheea
peake and Delaware bays, is a still
deeper depression, with some boles
along the southern edge, where the
bottom appears to have dropped out
entirely, reaching a depth of nearly
six miles. This depre&sion extouds to
south of the Giand Banks, where.at the
end of a southeastern spur, is a tre
mendous crater seven miles and a half
deep with a narrow rim of
only four miles and a half depth,
toe srater being two mil s deepur
from th sea level than is the top of
Mount Everest above that level. Ho
wonder the papers speak of a "line of
weakness" in the earth's cruet when
it is coneidered that this chasiu has
actually b;eu traced from near the
equator fVr 45 dtgreea toward the
north r.ole, and may perhaps be en d
to have been traced fur a greater dis
tance toward the south pole,
with aa average breadtn cf 300
miles a'ong our coas', and al
most vertical walls of 20C0 fath
oms or 12,000 feet at some point1. It
would seem even that this line f de
pression extends nearly, if not qui e,
to the norm pole, for the Sw-rfiek
surveying expedition in 180S foand
that, thouck Spitsbergen was con
nected with the continent by a sub
marine bridge, at an averaga depth f
1200 feet or 200 fathoms, to the north
ward, only sixty miles from the Saven
Islands, Wis a depth of 11170 fathoas
or 82.0 feet, and 120 miles from the
coast, to the westward, the eonndings
gave a depth of 2050 fathoms
or 14,000 feet. Alsa, for a
distance of 230 miles from the
IriBb ccat there is a slope of about six
fdit to a mile. In the nexttwen'y
miles there is a sudden eti op of OOltO
feet, alter which the bottom is nearly
level for 1200 miles, forming the cele
brated telegraph plateau. By a suc
cession of drops it flrial'y reaches the
greatest denth some diBtnce ecuth of
tho Grand Banks. It teems to me wo
might look to this line of cruet weak
cess for I he greatest element of danser,
and that any disturbrnoe nffectirg that
crack might brank i ff from it tit the
abrupt turn of Charleston, S. C, and
extend in ny direction from tlif,t
point with greater force thn along the
New Eng'and ciant in a line para ltd
to the chaeiu. So in spile of all the
prognoet ca iors of Uangor, I would
not aliRt-" a cent in tbe price tf my
New England farm, r.r give the niattnr
one moment of anxious thought, ex
cept to be ever ready, deeming New
Eugl.tnd quiti as Eafe a place to die in
A Hill Split la Two la Mexico.
City of Mnx:crt October 4 A cu
rious divnomenon has occurred at
Chimnpla, in the Stale of Mexico.
Within a few days pa t tremendous
subtBiranean reports were beard,
though at the time the meteoro'oiical
conditions were p rfaet, there beii g
no unusual aspect in the sky nor the
slightest rain. The people of the
town were filled with alarm and an
investiga'kn wns made by which it
was discovered that a high bill in (he
vieioi y bad been completely divided
into two parts by some powerful
- - S.
Prf purwl with utrlrt rrartl to Purity, fUmiirtli and
Healthfulm-". Ir. I'rii' nuking l'owilT contains
no Ammonhi.T.Ime.Alnm or I'lioHphatt'ti. Ir. rrici-'g
Kitrftuts, Vanilla, Lcuiou, etc., lliivur dcllviuiulj
PRICE BAKING POWDHi COK Chicago omf St UufA
Positive Curo for Piles.
natural mat I
i for tale bj all druwiats.
r I t. I O Cathartic
If tbe Liver be- H I I I Q
comes torpid, if the I I L, LOa
boweli are coiifttipntt'd, or if the ntumaok
fails tl bt Ja Its ftuutions Yiipcrly,OM
Ayer't H4 They n luval ible.
Fon j jam I wns a vl n to Liver
Coinii 9 conwiiu.-iu-e if which I
aurti if it Geuerull Mil and Indt
gcsti.4 t Mv boxes of Tver's I'll
retoH )i i to perl.ci Ik ill. W. T.
Briglitney, Henderson, '. 'u.
For years I have relied more uuoa
Ajer's rills, tliau uuytliiug ulse, to
my bowels. These Pill nre mild In aetion
and do the ir vori tliorituiilw h:iveusodT
them with good rlt'eot, in e'n-e of l!lieu
nillliMIl, KidlleV Tl'onlili . iiii.I vrieiwln.
Ci. Miller, Attlvlir.ii;:li, JIaW.
AVer's I'ills r ii red inc of siomaeli and
Liver trouliles, from ntiieli 1 lia.l MilleieJ
for yeiirs. I eonsider Hum the Iwst pills
made, mid would not lie without them.
Jlon is Ciates, l)ovi iile, N'. V.
I was attacked Willi itiliiHi Yevcr,
Wliifli was followed i Jaundice, and va
so danneidu.sly ill thai inv fiiemls de
spaircd of my recovery. "I commenced
taking Ayer's rills, and mioii regained my
eusloiimry Htrength nn.l vhror. Joliu U.
Puttison, Lowell, Ni hiaKa.
Last spring I suffered greatly from m
troiililesoine liiliuor on mv ii(. In spits
of every effort to cine ihi rniptlou, it in
creased until tho Hili hecaino entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and diMrcs.-ing pains in
' The Bowels.
By the advice of a friend I began taking'
Ayer's Pills. In a sIhti lime was free
from pain, my food ducted properly, I lie
sores on my body eon need healing.
and, In less ihan one month, was cured.
.Samuel i. While, Atlanta, tin.
I have long used Ayer's I'ills. In my
family, and believe tlmn to be the best
pills made. S. C. Harden, Harden, Mis.
Sly wife and llttlo girl were taken wllh
Dysentery a few days ai;o, and I at ones
begun giving them small doc of Aver'l
Pills, thinking L would r:ill a doctor if the
diseuse became, uny Worse. In a short
time the bloody dfseharges stopped, all
pain Went aw ay, ami health, w as restored.
Theodore Esllng, Itirlinioud, Va.
Prepared ley Hr. J.O. Ajer Si Co., Lowell, Moss.
Sold by all Dealers lu McilMuu.
Crab Orchard Springs,
LINCOLN COUNTY, KY.-The ezceUen
of tho cuiHim, and a 'ooiimo.tiuiuni ohar
a toristio ol this hotel daring tho natt threa
yesri, shall be fully maintained this saion.
Kxcuraion tiskets to the Springs by the L.
and N. Railway are good via Louisville, both
goinic and return lav, tn proseed on firat train
foioeeedinv arrival in LosUrille.
W. T. OKANT. Pre't. J. C. KINOJ
Mo.it oi tha iliHtviMtB tvliicli ntliicliuiinkiiul im oHkui
allyotiurtetlbyatliHortlimicot.iliLltHi oltliB LI V kR.
For ftll ooitiiiliuiila of tbin htnd, Hitttli mm oi uidily of
Um Liver, BiliouimerM, lSfrvoun Dynppitjik, Jiilitrts
Lion, Irregulttrity of the liovKjlOotmi ipntiun, i ltn
Itmv.y, Kructatioiis and IturmtLtf of tlie IStoniAi'b
(noui titntm called lltuirtlnirii, MiitHina, Mnluria,
Bloody I'Illx. Cbilla and Kevt-r, UrtiakUonit F"vr,
KibauHtioa beftro or after l-uvni, Ciinmln Uiar
rliiea, Lomi of Appelit. UMulaoba, Foul bnwtih,
lrrffularLio incidootal to Kenialw, B'niff
dmn Pnina. Backacha, Ae., Ao. BTADICER's
AUR ANTII ia Invalunble. It w not a panauoa
for all tliHoiiMw. but v.u CURE all dtnetI
the LIVER. STOMACH autt BOWELS. It
uhaiiKotf tho cumpluxion from a vriv, yullow tii)f(t).
to a ruddy, hoaJthy color. It nntinIy roniowH l.w,
Kl'xitiiy HpiriU. It it ou of tb ( Attrruiir,
anl l-utitirra uf th Motxi, amti u a vuJuuAfe tunir.
l'ur Hale by all Drugs lata. Prlc SI .00 per buttle,
C. F. STADICER, Proprietor,
140 SO. FRONT 8T.. Phllndelph a, Pa.
mr-rAlMTAt. PKi.t:, 87fl,ooo. -a
Tllekela only fit. Mi urea in roior
lion. is tea
Louisiana Stats Lottery Co.
Wa do hereby Cert if :i tlmt tre fuprnn'M the
arrannrtite'it or all the Monthly and Quar
terly Urawinan of the Lou iiuui SVo Lnttry
( o hi puny, and in prmm imtmigr and control
the. Ih-aicino thenittlvi ami that iha turn are
ctuuttivtrd with hoitrntft, fainunn, and in gimd
faith toward 0U parti , nd we authorize the
Company to vne thin Crrtitirw, with facHimih
of our iiitj nature attat'h'd, in adrrrtiae-
We, the ttnrferatpnefi, Httnkt and Bnnknt,
wilt pay all rin dmum in The Louvtiana
State Lotteriet which may 6e presented at our
J. II 4Kll.KNBT.Prex. I n. Nnl'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Prra. H. O, Hat. Ilk,
Iaeorporated in lHMfor twentv-Bve yean
bj the Lesi'lature lur EdnoationsJ and
Charilnble iiarpo.es with s oaidtHl of tl,
(XM1.(MK tn whioh aressrr fund ot over iiM,
UUtl hu since been sddod.
By an overwholuiin pormlat vote ill
tVanohiae was made a part ot the present State
Conititotlon, adopted December 3d, A.D.
The only Lottery evrr toted on and endareed
by the people of any UM'.
It never icaln or poitponre.
tin Grand Single -Mninber Israw
lna lake place moiillily, and lh
Extraordinary Drawing rrcalarly
every Three Monllia Inslend of aenil
annually a heretofore.
A NPI KKDin a.l'I'OIlTIiSITr TO
WIS A MIHirK. IKM'll RND
l)KAWIN(i,C'IiAHb M, IN Til Hi ACADEMY
UK MUMO, K,W (jlll.KANS, 1UKHDAY,
Oelober 1U, 1M6-I7tli Aiontbly Draw
CAPITAL riUZK, 873,000.
100,100 Tlekels at fle ISollaraEswih.
rraionH, In FIIUik, lu
LIST OF PRIZHS
1 Capital psise
I 75,01 (
1 CaoiUii or ie
1 Caiiital oriie -
i Pritei of riiK")
6 Pritei nf 2000
10 Priiei of lono
W Pritei ol 500
100 Priiei of 300
I0 Prites of 100
500 Priiei of 50
1000 Pritei of 26
9 Approximation pritei of li.OU
9 Approximation pritei of MO
9 Approximation prises of 250
mi Prises, amountlnsto i6,Dta
Application for ratal to elubs should be
made only t the office of the Company at
Por further information write clesrly,
slvini full address. I'OSTAI.MOTWi, Kx
pre Mimes Orders, or ISew lork Kxohanse
In ordinary letter. Curronoy by Kxpress lut
onr expense), addres.'ed
St. A.II I'HIW,
Kow llrlenua. I s,
Sir M. A. DAirpnirV,
WaahlntoiD IS. C.,
or at Wnl Coon Ml., lroiuld, Tessa
.Hake I. O. AIoiicy'OrdtTH lmyable
and address JteffiMicreil Letters to
SrW OKI.KAHN IVA'IIOK.il, B5K
Mew Orleana, i.a.
OCTOBER 0, 1886.
E3 "s mmmmmi ? gig
OF NEW YORK.
KH IIAltlr A. IH't I ItlY, FroHitloiK.
Tho Largest, Strongest and Cheapest Company in the World.
0FFICE-N0. 2 COTTON EXCHANGE
JOHN F. WILKEKsSOX. Agont.
LIVERMQRE mUWDRY AND WAtHINE COKPAfiY.
FOUNDRY & MACHINE DKPTJ.iOtoU. Adams St., Memphis
11 r Ha a
a.K. - .;. (."",' :' . f
. V t-.1:'l'JaiWr..m f I B I M I &T .X." . lel..
Hrlat-Mllla l -v 'vJk.-vKi "Jsl--affl
llotiae hit VrZ?:St $W .ia a' XXtTSTt It Wathen
IRON & RAILWAY SUPPLY DEPT, 82 and 228 Second St.
'iHnoeenaors tn this lepartment to JOHN MANOOUE.)
aywWrtte na for Infnrmntinn on ANY I'HINU In either Hue.
Tho Planters Fire and Marino Insurance Co.
OHire 1st ('ompany'n lliillillna-. No. 41 JlBilMon Silrrel, MeniihiH, Tenn.
. T. POKTF.K, Pro. I JNts. OVI K MIK. Jr.. Vlee-Prea. I J. H. N1N1TH, Nee'y
IK. II. IlliKTrK, AoUlnul Necrvlary.
niKKITOKS-S ll.IlHOUKS.oi Hrookt, Neely Oo. : It. I,. CoKflM. of Dlllard A Coffin ;
1). T. PUKTKH, of I'o-rtar i Maoraei JOII OVKHTON. J.. .1. 0. MII.LH, J. K.
UODYVIN, of J. li. Godwin A Co. ; .1. M. UnUDBAK. ol Ooodhar A Co. ;
J. M. I'HILLlPd, 1IAKUWU I'KKKS
(oinnienerd limine In IM17. i on" I'bkI, Over Half a Million.
liwrlliiiKa I Mrelally limlml.
Also Represents the Hi'Kinokiii.d Pius, of epriimllild, Masi. i (Ikokiiia lloui Imhuraiics
Comi-any: MQ'HTA1w City, n' Chattanneg't, 'I eon.
1. 1. f AMAS05.
o. o. Bitir.
j, t. mmmn i co.
Wholesale Grocers & Cotfon Fsctsrs,
8 Frnnt Strict, JSenpliiB, Tenra
OstU eoniisnsi to n will hays oar earet'ul attention. Ws earry at all tines a well.
selected stock ol
Stapta & Fancy Groceries, Wittsja, Llry wsjebacco & CErjan.
.Ttt will S
IV. T 1IOWUKE.
S. : .r.r. .TXa. MmMH,,f4!fi3KU. X -1
:; I and ltd IVIiiillsonNI.. : 1Senu!iI. '!V .
A. V AGO ARO & Go
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Nos. 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
J. T. LaI'HADE.
Lute J . X. Lul'rade A Co.
ANI COMMIfiUSIOHT JIEItCJ-IANTS,
No. SOt Front street.
srllaving retired from the Saddlery and IIaraos bnimeas ana opened nn ouiee soove.
wfarrplea sad I fe ! anaoanc. to our frrinri. and the pnblie that w. are ao-Prepare"!
to serve theia in our new capacity. Returning thank, for the very ;ral 'm "
tended us in the old line, we truit to merit and receive a of . Wf. ''",thtf7-
A R TRfAO
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
f. 11 Union. Hirevt. r. ; IrtTfftnpliila. Teirn
W. A. MMITII, Proprietor.
t a j a
Jakia S. Rolllvan.
SEC &WB& 3 CJO
Wholcealo Oroeerct. tton XTuctors
And Coramlssicn Merchants,
232 and 234 Front
B rTTff KKS A DA WS AMD JKmcKMOM.
Kf. I. JT. A IH IT d.voUi his whtle time to the welf hlni and sale of dl CotUa utruM
A b.are.tVlin WareUuuss. 'J6 lilnito itraU - 1
R. A. PARKKR.
I. It. WQ9MQ!
..w n.' I
13A.TT Call 0.
lanicl fruit roll on UIiin,
FEUDKKS AN P CONDUNSKRH,
NMII.F.Y, (fiMITII at UK
rrnl tlluae Holler Ulna, Feetl
era aud (Jin Heualrera,
OS tu 104 I'oiilur St., MuiiiphU
rPratt Herolvlni-llend dins nne
quiiled, btnek now oomplete. Prloef
reduced. Corresiondonee ana oroeri
iilicitod. Old Uins Kepalred in Pint
laird . All work guaranteed.
n. i. iiouiuci:.
Late with J. '1'. Lal'rado & Co
: Memphis, Tcnn.
K" S3 v: M
AYE11Y GIN CO.
Vf. A. NmUb'M Iat. Neparntor.
Eagle Eclipse Huller (JIiih,
l'litln 10-Iuch Uin, and
MUCTUKKN HTAMDAKD PKKMti.
Price at Factory, IOO and
ALLISON hEtJ) COTTON CLEASiEKS.
'Ail kinds of dim Repaired. Bpooial
Discount to the lrade.-
Jial and HHS front Nt, fmiihl, Tnn
M. 1. Clau k.
St., ilemphis, ?e
DIl. IK S. JOHNSON'S
No. 17 Jefforsoa Mtreot.
(Between Main and Front.)
v Ktublihed in 18o0.t
DR. JOHNSON i-rkn.wV.(er, hy all par
tial) inierrMoLl h by lur me iuoH buo
OQMflful physician in the treat tuentof private
or fleoret tii.-'.ertucn, JuU'k, periranent furef
Kimrnnlrx-i in evry enm. iuh!? or (: ttie,
Hocriit en-en ot tsoiicrrlie and t: i 'nlil
oure-t in ii I w iIhvk without fh use vt n.r
cur, ctiun-fi of d'tt iT htndranri rem
tiuiuneH. heiNinlar NrrJiilm, thr hint ve
tire erH'licHtcd wilbo'ittKe Ufa oi luettury.
Involuiuiiry logs of riuen Btupod ia (hurt ft
tiino. sSutlurorti from imi'otenoy tr llvf of
rpxukI powers retr o t tree riiror in a few
weukit. VioiiuiH ul olf -ultu-e Hid exocHsiv
venery, jutWifg frum tiurmntorrhftA rnd
lui'Hof ithyHifal and tuent-.l 'nwer, Ape ilily
and imrmuiioutly cured. iurt'ouUr atten
tion ,'Hnl to tho Ii-(-ie(i of Wuuiisn, And
0i're8 KiiiiritnUoi. and old fon-s curei
wilhont the uce nfr.mntip or tt. knife. All
flonnultatxinR ftriody cr fidenttat. Vr-d
cine- nent by ox,:ess to itli arts of tha
a-VVorkincmen rnred nt hulf the u?ual
rntos. t fl'n'0 hourx Irom H nVork a.m. lo
oVlock n.m. D. s. JOHNSON. M.b.
t2uy perfnet auttitute lor Mother
milW. Inviiiuuiiia in Cholera Infantum
and Toethlna. A pr.dutal,.,! iWi liir bvr
Peotlcs. Consumptive, Convnlasconta
biIhoi Dutrlont lu all Wnstlng Dlae.iaoa.
BMlatran no eookimt. Our lk..k. The Car
and Feed I nit of Infants, uiuiiuii rmo
llOLlBKK. CHu)lALH it CO.. Boaton. Mana
II KAUMI AHil KS '4K
CORRUGATED :R0N SJD!r:S
And Iroi Roofing.
tire. Wind WhI.t nml lUlxxInaj
nrnol. tiitital.lo finill kinds of bml linns.
Fur price an I uiithn.i'oi at faotury rates
oall on or addrtuis
MEMPHIS MEXAL A WOOD M W'fl CO..
118 A 441) Miiin it., and 21 A 21 MulUrry t..
M HV.l'UI.S. TKNM.
Ilandiinirtnra lor Inm K iio. a and '"..Irs-,
lalvnl)irod iron Cnl'ni.'o.'l in it' olr A vii.vea.
V, H I'miinkkk DKricu,)
Nn, L'SO I'rnht f ,! '
Momt hl, Tonn,, Srptnnihar !'', IsV I
SI'. A I, HI I 1'1101'OvA.I.S- In dup iriilp. will
I) il'i-di 'oil at 'Ills olflce until n i n of
(Molinr It, lSil, nod tlion ami Hiiro pu! I fly
upoiifd, Inr tho dWivory, in lmriTM. o' t:a
following nip iisiiMtt. , un n t, i it mki
tonal, vis. :
Stvu enrda ol Ww lruh.
"Kl itnrils of Willow or Collnnwnod I'oIoh.
'fw lineal loot ol Cypmas I'ilmit,
For Ins ruotinns for liMdinr, spaoill. iitions
and oordiiiniis "f delivory, m p'y to tha
ahovo nd.iro, Tha rialit to rojtut ary unit
all hida ii rusorvod,
SMITH S. LVACU,
Captain Kmiim-nm, U.S A.
ask yonr mtnllor fur Kii Orlirlnal 93 Hlioe
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOEj
Uudo la llutUu, Cunrrtwi nnd Itrtt OtJ
tin will lirlim mi lnfrina-
tlon liowUK"ttJiU Hhuo la
sjmj biatoor'ItirrUory. -g
Thla alitie auuhlfl btrrlirr In thflMttmatlon ot
Wwirrt Uinn ny oili.-r In tho wnrM. Ttiou
nndii who wear it wlU mil you thu rmuua It ua
J. W. VOEGELI & CO.
A book ol HKi p fur en.
$tT to 'iBs
uult, lie ho e, i urt-
It OtlTl' VOU lif'h OI
newnaneri and eitiuiutei o' the it ad-
vertliiinr. The a:lrriierwhn w.itn, u n.nd
one dollar, tnds in It the intormntiur ro
il ui rod, while lor him who will inv ' ona
hut drod 111 'iiKund dollnri in tuvit .init, a
soils, iio it indicated whii'h will uieot i is
vory roii'iirinont, or can he madi' tod. no
by alislit ohanao- easily arrived at h rorre
stinndnnre. tins hundrsd and &ur tlirea
editions have keen lasund. Sent, pcitpiiid,
to any nddtim tor 'on icsm. Apply t" tii'O.
P. ROW KM, A IU jNlvWM'.U' K ill
VEKTISlNii MiHl'.AI'.li.-i.nitJ iPT.nt
nr llonwa Simar . New Xrw
JelULOLST & BlUr.
(Btlt'CKHHOltH TO CJ. It. UOLHT A l!l'''
IIAVB RKllOVItn Tit
N.. 9.1i SEtlO.M) ST., JIEMI'IMM.
ArUI.L snd oiiut lsie nto'lt nf W. u and
Motallio Oaaei and '.".wnu, Cl itl -i.'oT-ernd
Ca.keta and Hor al :..ei i 1 1 oa
hitid. vtrOrim hr ml ifoi'l ir'.n,tl
' Ti. jJt"Ui oijr oi r. o.r-.
i ' D.m, Tablflj, Clikith
f i3JSirJV 'Jt1 Sock Cases, Irranga
Left or Prosf8,Cabiiii.-
L.J3;'WKfl Kiiift UmU and Lmw'
WhlUL Ji-JS lr. i'Oltt4l0HC. JSO IMMOlal-'
a kaii ii is ivkai.im.-dr, K. c.
Q VVlrif'. aSftVR AMI llRA'N 1 kl:'T,
a (iunrintrii hmooiiic Imt iiytrl,
ner'.i, Convulntnf't 1 t. Notvi .VjiuuI-
f:ia. HeAiJiich), Korvi" I'm. rrrtt icma n.fd
y tbo io f'i alovljf'l or tliro-; Vn-
fuln-.u Vln-itu) n-.i - tna'-.r.. -I Jr.,; Ji.. ,t n.A
lirain iMrulttng in i n ity ir.il I- i liis to
mteoi) d'icay ttud douth i Pre la-ttn: 1 i
a ii r ii. :
AliIVi JH. ruunurrj. uuo ui t "rt.t ,u uinmr
h-.v; InvoluntHry h'' huos rrd Sfii! -r.rtlai?-
rVfto.. rn( i hv nvtir-rvr.rif uM of tl'ii hruto.
Boli-ubn8fl or ovtr;'Ju'oano. b:tc!i ;;.aiou-
tuinn ono d,' ;,o.i.uifr!t. si a r.t, o
six boios tof tft ti v in nrt.fV'i, on
reeoii-tof ni''o. VV.v f,f- J-'MfB
to urn inj nn. V i Lh :uh i,r -r r f'v.t
y a? for it luxo, a.,',-i.:! i:,'.oii 51
we will una loo r:rctaier our ;,noa
ffuarnrt' to rouni i:te ui'.' jr tl '..c iroai-
uieut doc "ot ofxt a ijrn. :i'vran tiea
Ib-iiim! onW h7 A. 'nK SH'.t Ji ' . 1 na-
"Lonsftn" Trouser Stretcher
Hatontod In Kh'om anu tin
toil State. .fcnt In-
I uHl .vtHM'i forcoUu'TRtei,'
John HiiunHon .fe Co. '.rctcb
or. Ta!;efl ftiHKK lute W
kii4" restore pnntaloona to
orifini.1 etiHt e. Only pntente4
Stretcbf-r cotubininK scrow rc4
lin comiunutiun with clumM,
All u i ii orr i ii in MKOUirn trj
Ortcinnl anj omj ilr. u Jir
y- 'r 'urn m iFr. Df
Exi.ron aei uralr iHTkeJ. Price ti Si. Writ
ir ri reu i;i r. u . " j
W. W. M HW3 i 'Q., Ilowlon.f
OKAKO HOTDI., AI.I'TI NHKI.IM,
Itockbridiie l'o., Va. Iinth up in tha
Virginia nunintiiinj. i'ictnrojiiu. ?i!rr rjnd
in... nTtfliiitive and tioautituliy phailc.i lawn.
Uas, olo-'irie lioll-, aDd alt luodera i:ni-rnvs-ments.
I wo daily in i. pout, telscr.iph an J
exprei'i ocicios on uio i rcninvi,. lioio ioa
yety neat. Luxuriou.ly furnished noniii
uierh band of mur io. .end fr illuitrrttoj
nnnptllot. t liars"1 HiO'i'' 'io. I'i'rp i'tii.
and' i.-eentone. H. T. W Il'.k' ;SUNMiiii'yr.
la nn nliln Phlla trlpli;..
E it iiio wIwK.T AiI.'in
If. SV. A I INS aWWa-VlU auiiiurjr - vimii-
A : v"- res
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