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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY, OOTOMEK 16. 1880.
TEKBIBLE DISISTEB AT
TTorse Than First Koportfd-A
Ilondred rereons Drowm d
LItcb Lust toffalo.
Bkacbokt, Tex , October 15 The
firet reporla of tte great disaster at
Sabine Paa were not in the leart exg-
S prated; in fact, they under aiimated
lenomherof datba cawed by the
Thn death roll now reaches
inai with a number mififlinfr. It ia
thoauht that fully 100 per.;ooe me:
hir rlh on tbe niabt oi the sale.
The relief party that went down at
near Habine as poBJib'e, on the Sabine
n,l Favt Texts railioad. are still there.
The uaine could not get within twelve
milea of the mined town, but over a
dv.aen towbo'ta have been snt tbere,
n,i ar at work Bavina me oa property
There is considerable backwater yet at
Kniiinp. hemmed in am neiu mere or
the iailroad embankment. The meat
tnttima rTritomnnt has nrtvailed bete
Bince the firet new r,f the fearful
catastrophe. The ptople have nei'.her
tn nrr alant. mid frjWd9 CBVe BUT
roundtd the wharves and ilop.'t
wiifins for the return ol the train
' Unit from the d-vatatfd town
Tho a ea-nboat L. Q C. Lamar left
W.dmgdav n'trht at 10
o'clock, wit'r a relief cunmite
V.nar.1. W'neu she would relurn
one km w, but a consiaU watch ai
kep' at Oratriie and here. At rxictly
mi inlgt.t last n;ght the whittle o! the
Lunar was heard. The pa p'.e hur
ried belter tk iltsr to liesr the news
and to receive the sick and di'ftituts.
The relief comniiitee aboard the
Lama' C3t.isied of twenty citizens
from lWaii'nont and ubnit forty f iom
Oratue. They traveled up the
Keches river betwei n 4 o'clock p.m.
and midnight, which wai an extra ir
dioa'V trip, fraught with fearful dan
cer. "Twenty-live of the crmmittee
wtre left at Sabine Pass to recover
some of the hodiuB, many of which
ar reported to have been washed
dnz'naof uilles ovr into Louisiana
The members of tbe relief committee
who returned wore so tired and wr.r.i
out, and bo overcome by tho horrible
divasUtion they hid witnotsed, that
it was next to impossible to get a
coherent story from them, and as
the reecaed refugees were sur
rounded by about a hundred people
It was equally Impossible to get a de
tailed account from any of them.
Tue exact extent of the storm swept
district is yet unknown. From reports
brought bv the committee it Is certain
that the flooded diatrictetubracrd aa
On ti e HumboT turnpike, near the
c.tv. tweotr or thirty famllus have
bfen rendered drstitn'e, and an appeal
for a'd has been la ued. lbs moat se
rious rlamage was sustained by tha
ep'endid new music ha 1 in couif e of
courtruction. A large soctioi cf th
riar wall, which waa nearly ready for
the roof, waa blown down witti a ter
rific craah, shaking housea in
the vicinity like an earttqiaYe.
The damage ti the building
is estimated at $12,100. Work on tbe
structure will be (really delayed. Mr.
Roberts' faloo i and boarding house
on the turnpike road wai carried
about 500 fait and the family were
rescned from (Lo boildirg by the p
lice. The oiheera also ltund a nmiiy
named (1 linn una tree. Tbeir house
had been demolished. Their bired
man, John Edmunds, who could not
climb tbe tree, was drowned. Another
hnuae on the turoDike was carrieu
awav and the family ara mining. The
scenes on the beach thla mornicg from
tha foot of Ginson s'reet far ca'fa
milnnr more to theeiat bsHlaedeacrip
lion. People were casing in crowds
nvrr httini cf wrecked housts and
alone tbe beach near tbe eta wai
wt eie tbe houses had e'.ood on spiles
Of tbe forty or more bouses tbat
fl ood on that part of the island je
tetdaybut ttree or I dut remain in
Tnkiaa Nlrna In kitlleve (be Snr-
Galvbston,' Tax., GVobr 15. The
exci'fment and interest over tbe
ilr. a If ul Catastrophe at 8 thine P.s i U
in no war abated hre. The citizenB
are takine stns toward extending sub
b antiul relief to the surviving victims.
The trovornment tuePdnrce-, wliiuri
b arted fur Ha!iue yesterday, has riot
v,trtt.iirnml. Iiu' iutx iectd this even
ing. Her return U anxiously awnit'd,
lmt It ia donl tful if the parties alicard
of her can bring any lator in't'Higence
than has ul ready hesn rt cjiv:d from
WI!f TIIE FIRST PBIZE IX TUE
Wblcta, With lis Attendant Sport?,
Proves to Bs Sneceps la
flxpaoee of country many times larger
Uian at firet supposed. The gu'f
teems to have moved over the land
for miles in nne high unbroken wall
of water. The committed n port that
101 persona are limning, ninety of
whom, are known to have been
drowned. Thirty-live of the victims
were white and fifty-five colored.
Joseph, known as "Alligator" tfmitb,
was supposed to be among the lost, aa
people on tbe relief (rain taw him
driving before the Rale on Lake Sabine
at tbe rate of twenty-live miles an
hour, clinging to his skiff and calling
loud y for holp. U.eat was the Bur
nrise. therefore, when "Alligator
overhauled the steamor on ita return,
Sringing with him in his small boat
hree persons whom he bad rescued
i a swamp. Many other miraculoua
scapes are recorded. Ninety-one
,aH clad, shivering, wretched victims
jf the storm were brought upon the
Liruar. Blankets and bedding were
Immediately gathered frjrn honsa to
houe for tho comfort of the heart
broken snflerere, every one of whom
haasome dear Mend or relative among
the dead. Nearly all tlio refugoes are
a'.ck and prostrated from exhanslion
and hunger. Tuey are blng tenJorly
cared for by cit 'una of lljaumout.
Only Two llounra l.fft mi Snbloe
Nkw OiaiANK, La , October 15. A
Bpecial dispatch to the Picayune pays
the relief boat Lamar has returned to
Beaumont from Sjbine Pais. Only
to homes are left In the latter place,
fina tm ii Irml iierjoua are misHlng.
Dr. B. F. Calhoun, one of the relit!
committee, says theie are many pr
nns in the vicinity of Hihlne lin
who are utterly destitute, being with
out clothing to cover tbeir nakednoje.
Dr. Cilhouu reouesta aid for tha desti
tute, lie Bave it makts no dill-.renoe
what is Bent whether foul, clothing,
medicine ir money Ihy need tlieni
all. In. Calhoun is AUyor oi uiau
mnn ar.d he will distribute through
coiinuittet'H whatever is sent to hiru.
Frjin a'l t'ie accounts gathered, lan
cnuie could not exaggerate the itata
of alfaira at Sabiiie Parts Out of untie
thau 150 housts in the villago leio
than six TeniHin, s niulinir, nnd they
are mined. Wives and childn n were
swept away and drowned lu ti e prta
ence of their hesbnnds and fatutrs,
whi) wire powerlees to sivo thorn.
The wavo broke against the light
horiBB in Bo'id walia fifty fe-t high,
tearing out the window at the very
top of the stiucturc Corisoshavo
been picked np at a dii anre of thirty
miles from the ect-na of the dlraoter.
Friends' and relatives of the drowned
residents are coming into Orange and
B aurnoat by every train. The steam
hoit Lstn r took cn b srd a cngi ol
food, bhnketa and ilothing, and alsi
a fresh relief comm tte?, and at day
light this niornirg s'artod down the
'eehfs ti succ jr. the unfortunate
8ne will pr.'bahly rereta here en her
r 'torn trip abi ut midnight. The pe
cuniaiy dam iri at Nabino, iuclnding
tlia', to ttia gverMiipnt works, will
Bg'i g lie nearly $ 00 ,0il0, as many of
lh nig' boring idmitationa sup'ained
te:i in li jury. The la'mt lint of tuoee
known lu I live been drowned is as
MliS. W iA. .H'N'KK,
MS. II. 1'. MrliOXfJlhill,
Ml-i.S Mclnl.Nol 'till,
MliS. roM' villi's MAUI I'.K nn.l cliilJ,
MVS. IM.MKUOY nnd thrr obiutien,
Mll (I t ilMKItllV i "lild.
Wlt-H. Mlil.LlilAN iiiul four ohilil'i-n,
Mil-. D Vi'NDl'AV una throe ehiliiron,
(I K. liltmVN.
MI-8 MMI VI.A ril AMIIKHS,
UilVt.il KlNl., wilx mi it iliiUI.
XVV'it rillLDKKN r Win. !liaw,
A mil. Ii "f ni.t. Stwiirt,
MR-. III I'IMl.
John w i i.son.
The f jreoing hmuitb nrri all of white
person?. The ramcs of the t'ifty-fivo
colored victims have no', been ascer-tiiaed.
The Iiuhbi In Mli lilBn.
DitTHiiT. Mini.. October 15. Re
ports are c niing In slow'y rf ihs ef
I. c s of yes'erdBy's s'.orm. From all
ntita of the fc't49 com s the same
Mirrv if damased hnililinaa. ruined
din.fB. br.iken teleeranh and tale
phone poles, unrooted tieea and a gen
oral DtHte of demorali it.on, bu' es
vat nn livDH have been reported lest,
yeveral yachtB aud ether vessels along
I he rivr were badly damaged by beat
ing againet tbe docki. At tbe lower
end of the Detroit river the echooner
Mrv Ih on Fighting I-laod and a
niimher of other ve.sels have been
BBverely handled by the gale. Chi
hnviran and Hjnd Beacli both ropcrt a
fair fin hlnw. Mauv vessels are safe
in hsrh ir at those points. At Hudson
ihn wind reached a velocity of sixiy
milea an hour. The fair buildings at
Schoolcraft have bfenss baliylam
ami that the fuir wi l be postpmeJ
The roof of the Adrian Odloge .hspel
wuh b'uwn ril and the wall blown
down. At Oarue's furniture factory
in that t iwn the roof was blown oil,
and iiO.OOO worth if furniture dem
aged. It is impiseible to give any
Idea cf the azareaa'e damage but it
has been heavy.
4 J rent Loan ol' I.IU ! Iliillnlo.
Bcfkm.o, N. Y., t)her 15. The
gale which vi.ited Bulla o last ulgi:t
did a vast amount of diirnage. For a
timo the wind reached a velocity ( f
aeventv miles an hour. On the lake
f out, in the vicinity of what is known
na the Fea wall, forty una 1 homes
were to'ally destroyed by wind and
water, aod tlieir occupants had to fly
JJ.ir their lives. Heveral persons are
known to have periBhud, amorg them
a tailor earned Charles Mitchell and
an old man named John Edmunds.
The bodies of two children were re
covered this morning, and also two
bodies which are nnkuown at present,
The Unl an I.ke Mlrhtn-fU
CnioAOO, III .Oitiber 15. Trie river
this morning, between its mouth aod
the lumber market, presented one of
the busiest e'eht ol the teason. From
K o'o'ork nntil a few minutes after 9
o'clock, twentv-thr.e vesselB, princi'
pa'ly lumber booker1, had passed tbe
hame oUlce at Rush street. All these
crafts were lo annate enougn to nave
gained the went shore bilore theatorm
caught them, and in comequence
were enabled lo bfat'down without
A (11 .ultv. all arriving in port (hip
safe, w.th the excpp ion of a few that
had lott some ot tue r sins, inure ia
lit'le doubt enter ained a ong the
r'ocks but that the storm has spent
itself, and that evary veerel that was
on the weat ehore yebteiday is either
in harbor or will put in an appearance
during the day, but reriouB fear are
en'.er.ained for the safely of vessels
cauirht In the b ow on the east shore,
where the seventy ti ine aiorm
was felt, with hut little chance
nf fiiuiiuii a ante anchorage.
The c aptain of the scliGouer Staflord,
which arrivid early this morning, re
p rta sigbtiug ti e schooner B. F.
Richmond in mid Uke yts erday in a
had condition. The Richmond was
strippod clean of ranns, and mi st of
her deck hind of lumber waa gone.
Owing lo his own precarious condi
tion the captain of the Htiffjrd could
notrendi rany as 1 tiiice to the crip
pled vem.jl, and if eho does cot arrive
bed re the night a seaicli will be
made for her. The wind this morn
ing ras blowing a tti(T brersj fiom
the west'suuthwebt, a favorable one to
make this port with, and tbe arrivals
ara eipectud to number Well up to
Iavealllinlloii by Uovrramrat In-
Bi. I oui. Mo.. October 15. The in
vestigation by the government In
spectors rf the In Muacotte dieaiter
was commenctd this morning at tne
Oiutoin Houses Civit. Thompson, of
the L Mavotte, was the first witncsi
ca led, and thetakini of his testimony
iiHi iired tbe whole day. Tbeexamina
tii u ii heina made in strict privacy,
according to law. and the fac's of the
d ssster brought ou- by the investiga
tion cannot be known until the in-
spectus make their report.
Of pure Ood Liver OiL with Hyps
uhomihitHe. ia a most valuable rams J y
fur connummVoi). scrofula, waiting dia-
eares of cbildten, cjkls and chronic
coughs, and In all conditions where
there is a Icbj of fit-xh, a lack of nerve
power aud a general debility of tbe
T Attempt Nimu rnlrli'a Leap.
RonusncB. N. Y.. October 15. Don
avin. who jumped off the Brooklyn
bridire. la here examining the Genu
Bee Falls where Sam IVtch made his
oelelirated leap to death over fif;y
years ago. Douivin wi 1 erect a p at
form i nd attempt the same leap.
An ll Lntly t; U' by IIok.
Mt. Stkiilino. III.. October 15
Mr.i. Greenwell. a widow, agid 70
veaTP. left her horue Tuesday between
2 mid !l o'clock lo visit Mr. McWill
Ikiiik, diftint abaut three-qusiters of a
mile. She did not return ou lueBday
night.hut nothing s'range was though
if that, but auxiiitv came who.)
V'ilncn lay morning did not bring
hnr. and eeaich waa made. After a
time thn hones and nieces of he
hlordy tlseh were found, tutrouuded
by a drove of 1ioi;b, who were fighting
over the rotr.a tin. wh'Ch were idem
lied hv acrapB of c'othing as those of
Mis. Gioenwo'.l. It Is eunp(8dthat
the old lady fainted and that the bogs
n Hacked her before she renamed cou
ISPIOIII. TO Tni APrSAL.I
Jacksow, Miss., O tiber 15. The
Vick-.bnrf Hou'-hrots won the firet
prza at tha drill here, beating the
Capital Light Guirds enly 7 1-100 of a
point, mere were bdoui juuu per
cons in attendance. At 12 o'elock m.
the contsst fcr tha beet drilled four ot
any company commenced, at tha con
rlnsion of which tbe individual con
test began. At 3 o'clock p.m. the
judges ti tbe drills made tue unow
mm annoiiDcemenr.nl lueir awarun:
Vl.iden Drill Firs': priae, Missis
sippi Guards, of Meridian, Capt. C. J
Crystal Hprirgi Vidsttef, of Crystal
Snnres. Uant. Jiaroie.
8tata Drill Frrtt pria. Volun'eer
Southrons, of Vickeburg, Uapt. O. J
Hearles: average. 90.3). Second priz1,
Caoi'al L'ght Guards, of Jackson,
nnt upon b. ntf en laverRce. o ou,
Third pr a, Mieiesipnl Guaids, of
Meridian, Cart, Uortis J. Hmiihj aver
U st li'ided unpiiin jppi. vj. j
b.Mii Volnnlecr rionthioon.
Hint D 11 ed Liru'enaut weu'. i.i
Yerger, Capital Light Guard.
Hu t I) illid Serceart verg'. Jam' s
Fpnrn. Cnnitiil L'lrbt Gua'd-.
B Bt Drilled Private -V. I Powell,
f! mil Mil L'lrl.t Gutrda.
Best Uriiiod i'our-cian ai j-iguv
A K. Pa'fray, W. G. UeKussey, u.
A. Phelp, judges. . . . .
The fours of tho Capi'al L'gnt
Guards whi-.h won thn prizi are
Meecr.'. Alex. Montgomery, u. r.
Porter, jr.. Juliuj Mjsel and 1. 11.
Per;ons. The Capital Light Guarls
lost by an error ot tbeir captiin in
a misconstruction of one movement
i-fllli il f ir in the n oiiamme.
The decisions of the iiiilg'S ate all
accepted as just and equitable. The
juo'ges have wnu trio es eem a:iu nigii
eat praise, not only of th conp ui
tive companies of the ei-Boii.tion, bu'
everyone in attendance for rhirgn-
tlemsnly bearing, maraeu emiiency
and diligent and ailive labors. Ail
feel that ihey owe th:m a debt of grat
itude. . ,
'1 he ahootirg contest at g ass ra is
was won by R. K. rtra'.ton, of Hinds
caunty. there were nif en ectriee,
ten balls at eighteen yards. S ratt n,
J. W. Bradley aud Milt Uoskins tied,
ecoiing eight each, ua tne eecoiui
contofct with five balls 8 ration and
Kiudlcv tied Oa tbe Hae.1 contest
r-t ration alone scored four out of five.
After this, in a pr.yate contest, Ht ot
ton twice scord twelve ou of a possi
ble twelve. Ha shot a L, C. Sjni.h
I tie baseball conteet, ior a cnamuioa
belt, between the Cardial C othiug
Emporium Club of Jackson, and the
Ebo msns of Vicksbnrg, was won by
the former by 14 '0 5
Races -Running, half mile beat',
two in three, purfe $100, $70 to fiiBt
and $30 to second horse. Entries:
L :cy Johnson, Nettie Brakesman and
E ban AU-m. R suU: Lucy Johnson,
1, 1; Nettie Braketraan, 2, 2; E lun
Al an f ill and was distanced on the
first beat. Time-0:50.
Trctting Tnree-quaTterj of a mile
hea'B, two in throe, purse tlOO, J70 t
first and;$:iO to secood. Fintriis: Lof.e,
rlellm hnl Trouble. Result: Lotta,
1, ljSolim, 2,2; Trouble, 3, 3. Time
Running One q'iartr cf a mile
dash, pur.se $10U. Entries: Red
Pul", 8am and LncyJobnscn. Won
by Rid Pullet, with Lucy Johnson
second. Time 2:431.
Tbe drill and all tbe attendant en
tertainment! have proved entirely sne
ers sf al in oarticnlurs. notwithstanding
the numerous drawbacks and alverse
circiimatsnces at'endine. eepecially
that of their having baen declared off
or nnstnoned. After end declaration
two camosnii's treviout.ly entered
withdrew ar.d declined to re-enter,
0..e other great drawback waa tbe
peiB:eent predict ons by tome that
the affair would be an utt r failure.
The c't z ns of Jackson, to their cred
it, were determined that these predic
tions should not he veriujd, ana went
to work with a determination end will
which brought forth succ Btfol results.
Nkla Dla Inalnntly Rllevea
TREATMENT A warn bath with Cut i
ni'ii tuAP. aa.i a ain'. ai nlica'ion nf
Ci irccA,the fieaiekin Cur. 'I hi repeat d
daily, "I'D ore or'woooB. ul oitum i.
sulvknt, tha xiw lilood Purifier, lu kep t i
blooil eool, iha poripiriion mr aud unir
riiatiDR. tin b iwal. open, lh lir and kid
oeyi active, will .perfidy eurn Kctoira. TVt-
ter. hinnnoriii, rroriH.t, LH'ien riui,
ho. Id llend, Uandruff and evaiy tptcie. id
Itcbioi, Scly and Pimply lluinca ol rhe
Bs.ip and Skin, when the best phjrsiciani
and reiutditi tail.
lCCEUA H A ( HIM'.
Vaiip (nut VAlnHl,lA TtiTirCBA RmjKniRS
bar done my child ro much rood that 1 1I
line nayinii rim lor tba bene St ol more w no
are troubled with kin difenfei. My little
irl wai troubled with Emeiua, nd 'tried
everal doctor! and meiiriucn. but nid not
do ber any ood until I uned me llth.ub
hianDita. wbioh apeedily enred hrr, lor
wh.oh I owe job n anr tnnk and many
D fhisofreit. AJON UUH&MIER.
TETTER IF Trtf. M AIP.
I waa almeit perfectly bald, oaiired by Tet
ter of the lop ol tbe teal p. 1 ud your Co
Ticuat Kliuauias about an wrera. olid they
eured myicilp perleotly, a' d now my hair
ia coming buck a thick as it ever wmt.
J. P. CUUIOIC, V hitenboro, Xexu.
(OTLRKD WITH Bl.on II E.
T want to 'all ynu that our Cl'l ICCBi Ra
Solvkkt i niairiiflrent. About three rnonthii
airo my f ice wai C iv-red with Hloli-he. and
alter ufina taroe bottlmi ot Kihiu vknt I was
23 St. Charles itreet, Now C'rle.im, La.
Ot PHICELlS WAI.l i:.
I cannot ".peas, in too liiiih terras of your
CtiTri.uaA. It is wonb iif woisht in pure
old for skin discfe. I bn u ve it hai no
eiiual. W. W. NOKTIIUM.
:015 Hnrnsy mrc-1. Oiuuhii, cb.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Hi MiKli esffl mm
g91 Front lri-i. Oppowlle Cnwlom IIohwo.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S0C-S3S Front at., gleiaplil, Tenn.
ILL, FOiMiJE & GO.
Cotton Factors, Commission uerciianti,
Ho. 116 K on l.i Haln St., St. Ttul.
Me. ffK Tarfl mm PI n 41 A
Soil everywhere Pric: rcTircBl. f0e;
CuTri i:i:a f i. 2rc; Ciith r Kkhiii.viist,
1. ymimred by thn Pottki; 1i i
ioai. Co., Huston. JUas. fjonJ lur " How to
Curo Skin lliaciues."
PIMPl.KH, Illnrkbesds, Skin Rlemtshel
r IIm and Hull yjl ojuiiri, u e Cl i ret k a fa'iAi1.
I3ont Wtli JCiS
ri.. n rnn lii.lnAvn. we:ik
UiK-k and Loins Aohin Hin and
4-VI-fl III OII"
GRAIN, PRODUCT, HIDES, FORS, Etc.
LIIiERAL ADVANCES OX C0XSIGN3IENTS.
KOS. 8 ami 10 UA'IOS STllEliT. - - - MKMPITIN, TESA.
si.ii i..ir.il iii uiir iiiinni" aw ara, aminwiiaaiif i i auj bm -
W by the I'nl ruis uil-lHlri
I I'lHRlrr. Never fail'. At ilrua
' '.:.. or... . i;... c,r 1 ( fl. I'ntt. r
DEALER IN WALL rAJJiSK
DfHtffiil'l bn'tfH1 On., It'1
Bn.niioNT the lailits pride,
Only riva's it ill ridtt.
Zo.ilirj cf tluat'r liijdou lir
Only with it can compare,
l)o good to rvtuytbing,
Oa ever aide iti rraiees ring;
Neglect to use it, Udies wonf,
Tboy all muet Lave tbeir Sobodoht,
HUSV-PHREYS' lVInflow Shades, Picture Rail Mouldings and Mixed Paints.
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
TJO. 225 NEC OXW NTISEET.
Hook of all IMscuhps,
Cloth & Cold Binding
114 Pai. with H(il fcagraTl.r,
mlli n rnr.
11BT Of rtllNCII'AL NOB.
.i'm, i;onntion, lulliiimintlons...
or Worm l'ev(.r. ttonii I'lilic...
( rvlna I'ollp, or TecihniK nt InlanU.
lllarrnre. 01 unarm; "r
IIVM-iilery. Unping, llilious Lone....
I holcra Itlorbiia, vmmni
I'onull., (Jolil. Hroncliilw.
KELLY, ROPER & BEILLY,
llv.lirii.m. Hilimn Miini'i.'H
mnmirr.NtMl or mini "
W hile.. l'0 l'rofuwi I'lTl'.ilt; -
I 'roup. I 'oimh, Dilllni l iiroai n-.aa. . . .
hall lllirilill. Krjr-il" !"". l-.rnl.tmlia..
Illirililinll.nl. "" u.Tr..' '
Krrr Aam, I'lo'lN M.laria
I'llea, Blind or llleeilmif. ;
Catarrh. Inllnennn, I "1;1
VV1.7. .nlnir I'onull. Vil"it t oniiln..
of I In llffirt. 1'nlpiTHtir.n
Or ocers & Cotton Factors,
JS. SSS 5Ila 8tre(U (3ayMO Itlock.
las I 'jraMMfTJltU.111
I rionrn eh
3 r anm
rCiPlT4l. PBirE. fM..-).
TictACia only 5. ftborea ! proyvr.
. I1..H..II mi uiiiaatd in, it
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" . ii . ! a, . 1. 1.. J iMn
arrantem"" J"r "
In-ly braiciw of the Louuiana IXate Loiter
d in pr.o manage and Control
i tkemitlvte, and that the tame are
cnnduclrd wit honetty, fairneu, and in ooO
tiih toward all partiee, and tee aulftonae M
V'miMM to utc thie Certificate, with fac-etmtiee
of our tignalurei attacnea, in ue
w. !.. Rnnha nnd BnnJjers.
will pay all Pruee drawn m The Louieima
Utate LoUeriee whick may be pretexted at our
J. U.OGl.EHBT,Pr). Im. Hal'I BnnB.
J. W.KIl.BRETU.Presi.Smte Nat'l Bk
A. B1LDW1S, Prea. . O. S. Bk.
Incorporated in 1808 for twenty-fire yeirs
by the lieKislatare tor Educational ana
Cuaritable purposes with a oapital of l,
umj.OOO towhioh a reserve fund of over550,
000 has ainee been added.
jjy an overwnoiuiuiH iiuiui.i tu.w
franohire was made a part ol the present State
Constitution, adopted December 2d, A.D.
Tiie on'i Lottery ever voted on and endoned
by the ptop'e of anit Utate,
It never tcalee or postpones.
Its tirnnd HiuKe Snnlr Isrnw
Iij.h tnlie plinr moiillilj, ! tits
KxIraonlliiHry Driiwinux rrmilwrly
nrrj Tlirrx JIoiiIIim liixleutl ol aeiul
aumiHlir i l-rio'r)-
A Kl'l ilMllii srPPiillTrtlTT TO
DKAWINtf.CLASs I., IN THIS ACADEMY
OF MII-W, NEW iiK.1iKa.M3, TUESDAY,
.uivinbrrO, l86-tlth Monthly liraw-
CAPITAI. PRIZE, 875,00.
100,000 I'lrhfila at Kl lollBr lutoU.
t'raetloiis, In I'llilm, lu
LIST OP PRIZES. . .
I Capital priio 75.0(0
1 Capital priio H..HHM 25,000
1 Capital priio ltJP9
2 Priies of?xiO K.UWJ
B Priies of i(IO..
10 Priios of 1000
20 Priies ot SOO
1(10 Priies of 200
301) Priies of l0 .....
BOO Priies of SO
1000 Priie. of 25
9 Apiirozimation priies ol 8750..
9 Approximation priies of BOO
B Approximation priies of 2.50.......
1967 Prizes, amounting to,
P E C I F ICS
,"ST!T!TTT!7?TT!!T"!!rTTlMpT...iiiiiiii m n-wiiu) ot
priceT-liiai'UUKta'BiuUii ii to. mt) nnu '
l.nnry'a (Hons) (lorn and Pva plan.
HAVING perfeotod my Invention, I wish
:o pine it before the put'iio. espopially
ui..ru!aoturers. Aa a Corn P!:.ntor, It is a
per:oft sucoess ovens arm, airi.i-iuv
the seed afictraloly, nniuiured, and ooyoro
the .nine, therni.r ono man nor'oruoing the
work of three. The.- hove been used in
this section for oyer a dor.u yanrs with per-
feat satisfaction. Can irtve ropii sioia usii
JOHN U. DANCY.DanoyyilHj,
Corner Adams and Second Sts.
. .itd t ininorfArtrr U l7IV1lini'.li
ALL WORK OUAIUSTEED TO BE FIRST CLAS!
Tn vn romient and to live entire satisfaction.
W. .nllit onr patronane and requost that you call, examine our etook, prices, etc.,
berore purchannir eisewnere. , -
"4it . SHJA.W
Kos. 201 and 203 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
LATEST IMPBOVJEtt HUJLiIiEIS OIKfi.
For 4 And
EST Tnrttont unci Snmple (iiinrnnlAfd.
I. made. All Cottun lnfU"d wnne in lracsii anu v vjiu.
we ne tne '
Good weiahts.and remittances promf
Sacks furnished on an
U.1..1 l'..l..tr" nd nnlond M wnit'.n cotton, wive ns a trial
Pardonrd by the Prcalilrnt.
Washington, October IS. The
Pie.ideut hai eraiited a pardon to
Cbarlea Tiioities, a colored man now
arviiig a life antence ia the West
Virginia penttentitiry tor a murder
com routed la Arkaneas ao iut tea
years f go Ttie pardon wai i8ned on
i tie recomm ntla'ion of Jii'tgn Parker,
of ArkanBHo, hi-fore whom the cae
was tried, and becinaa of mitiR, tinii
circumstance! Riirrotindins the crime.
Thomnp, it scema, on rttutnirg to lm
home one day alt r a rliort aiieencp.
ditcavered that a man, whom he had
always rcRardid aa a friend, and for
whom he bad done many acts of kind
net a. had alienated tha ntleotlous of
his wife and taken her away from his
home. He became wild ith rem.
and ove'tik nir the euilty pair shot
the man driad ia his tracks. He waa
tried, convicted and renttneed to be
hanited, but the axntence was subae
qtirntly comtnuttd to imp i onmei t
tor mo. uonmufliao e avmptitny waa
nianiimted lor him and a atrons at)
poal waa made forexet ulivo clemency.
Iba l resident, in acuna or. tliecnso,
aaid he whh rat stitd that the man IihiI
heen Bufliclentlypunished for wliat he
had it nne.
peer's Cotton Gin
Iluling from Mulberry to St. Martin Streets
Tl 1 TK1 1 IrTnenvoTinA nnrl Safiks ffCd
rCUIlyTUyill rillb. sarxhe Largest and only Complete Gin in the city.
wBest Yield, tsesx oampif
EPftuiy perfect aubstituta for Mother!
n. Invaluable in enn AMI inmniun
maa TMlhln.. A oro-dluoslcd rood rur Dysr
.mil... unnnumDtivns. i.u ua v.vvn..
'rfeot nutrient In all WiiBtlna DIseElsea.
RahuIi-rh nn oooklnsr. Our book. Tha Car.
nnd Feeding ol Infanta, mailea rrue.
DOUBEIi. OOODALM ai CO.. Boeton. Maaa
The OrlKlnxl ami tinly Uennlnf
Si.u nn,l nlwnvai llelinole. Iteirnroof Wtrrtli.
1, Imitations. IDUii'iienii&Mr.ta "
" rour lrtttl tor ttTbeotf r's
tlnah "and take no other, or inolose 4e
(stumps) to us for particulars miaTTaa bi
ATKlKsaiiHd by OE0. C.GOODWl
LaUof J. U
Gar A Son.'
w. n. HOBTOI,
tat of Meacham t Uorton.
a. w. R tn.KT.
Lata of Bailer k CoTiaito
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
Application for rates to clubs staoold be
mailo only to the offioe of the Company at
For further information write clearly,
(tivins fnll address. JkNTAJLOTt,Bx-
fiross Money Orders, or Mew York Exchange
n ordinary letter. Onrronoy by Expreel (a
oor expense), addressed
M. A. DirPHIK,
Nriw Orleans, 1.
Or M. A. DATtPHia,
HHNhluKlon I. V.,
or at 8 Weal Court tit., nempbla, Ten
Make P. O. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
HKW OKI.EAKN NATIONAL BANK
Nri rlina. l..
Ajik yonr totntlor for t'w Orlclnnl $3 Shoe
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.'
viyi m ijutton, ixmsTeos ana iwco. uwj
pii i 'e uuuAucutiuui as Lmr-
hiiitu.Cmn fort and Awtar-
ance, A postal card sent to
CflwlH bring you jifonn-
tlun howtogottlifd Shoo la
41 Lincoln si.
Thla anoe auunla htnher In thecstlraatlon of
Weartre man any otnur in tue woriu. juiw
eancls who wear U wiu wu u um teuaou u. jruia
J. W. VOEGELI & CO.
SbfrilT'a Sale Personal Property
THIS Is to give notice that on Thntaday.
! 14, hi lo nVlorltit.nl.,
will sell, to the highest bidder, the Stock o
Goods, (irocerirs, Merchandise and fixture
in stoiehonse No. 6lJ(i Main street, levied on
ns the property of B. fcoharff and others.
This October 8, 18rt.
V . U. UAH w v , cueriu.
By O. T. Smith, Deputy Sheriff.
r ij i, t flail ttvU vl alDiJI wwu-
newspapers and estimatos oi the cost ot ad
vertising. The airertisar wh o wants to spend
one dollar, flnils in It the information he re.
quires, while for him who will invest one
hundred thousand dollars in advertising, a
acheine is Indicated whioh will meet bia
eTery reqinment, or can be made to do so
by slight change easily arrived at by corre
ipondenoe. One hundred and fifty-three
edition! have been issued. Sent, postpaid.
i IMJIJ III W UVs
VERTISINd BURKAIM t-pruoett. tPnnt-
n Hon honnw . w iotk
I:' . t W '
IS . L 'IAt ajs..
V . : :
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
tan-nan Vwnnt Street MemDhis Tenn.
Quarter of a Century in the Hardware Business.
CURTIS c CO.
- ana. B I A
817 and 819 Sf.LUU S.
N. Second St.
" ' J.A.ja
Nos. 322 and 324 MAII ST., - MEMPHIS, TEWH
GUNS, STOVES, TINWAIU,
COTTON AND WAGON SCALES.
VX A POT? 4 TOTIS ANT) fiOKIJIUTM HllJiS.
f iV JL. r m lia m 'M.iiiaslllllBBaBMaTJJsBBJsmBB
1 IHII'A t 0 AL
rTvpriHliHthiitr.ft rvirn.nl trtTiHtT.BtriMXhh mk!
Uciiiihfiln'a. pr l'tiivv H tkttiH l'tiwtit-r i-nnttiie
tut .iniininU,i,ttnp,Altnn nr r,insintf. lr. I'n.
tKirttcliH VuitiLio, Li'iuou, civ., lUvur df IkIuukIj.
PRiC BAKING POWDm CO, CMctnto and St LAiT
UMOOltl.TN.W. T.-Boardon the BUI.
Mrs. 11. C, Howard, l Wafhingtoo
Park. Koouil large; loralioa deliahtfu'.
Convenient to ears to Manhattan lleaoh,
Coney Island, Loni Ueach and Central Park I
alto to New link plaoes of axuse meat.
MISS S. F. MAY'S
Reooens October 4. 1886,
T-xiinu ii J r.. "il.. Art Students'
I 5iri.'' ni New V , k. of any oilier
first clous art school tlity may dosire toentor
X(. 57 M.ilIS ISTIUCEr,
t KM fill. TEWX.
1 1, APPER
WMssafe Grocers & Cotton Factors,
3flA TROKT STRr.FT. MEMPrEW!
m. J. cisl k.
J 'feA.es a,r1 itauBaaMm
Wholesale Orocere, couon acira
And Carassil?sion KerchanU.
232 and 234 Front Si., SempMs, T cm
.arrWEFH iOlM AID JKrFEKSOS.
ran a hi. l. time to the weirVpt and sale of 'J! Oottea eatrajner
aA ii.- -- ' - w. ),.. -.hlnt,, .r.t
wonD-woRKiwg jja INERV
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
f W'RITtS FOR CATAIiOCiUE.
Electric Belt Free
TO introdnoe tt and obtain aaenti we wll
for the neit eiity days uie away, ftt,
of charge, in each oonnty in the L. S. a lim
ited number of our HrrmaH Klerlro UuU
vimilo punpiiMfirj nriin, rrioe so ; a.
positive and unfnilins: cure for Nervous De
bility, Varicocele, Kmineicm, Iienotenoy,
ete. Rcv&rl paid tt ere.-y Belt we
maau.&otare decs aot raseraw a t.'t'v-?,"
slotrio earrent. A:ldrea at oaoe t'I'fO
TRIO BlLT AGSftCy, P. 0. Box lW.
iirnoHlyn. w. I - .
we cordlAtty rrwemrn4
rout a .t tltebMt ramedy
know to ua fa. (kaMribuee.
vc arid coa.lWe
ahto, udl. Tf oa U
Alott A Lkk.
Hudioa. N. T.
f Jr I To ft DATB.S
M . yoir.raatMS sh 11
fi'd ana, gittwaie.
Kl Atrdonljby tke
VJIXtui Ciealcil St.
.U. VK.AA IIHIVlKllkl. ol.
LT1 HI WnV.ln.tnn. D. C
iH,niiiMni.'Hr l.lh. froviJ s a iTanlifally
u.rful bainss o"nattun. T"t ras : LI lo n-rii
.. a.. 1. .,. .nnr. .16.
arnilMi, "i """;'Ji H...1
t-l. .ks' cior.l . V or oircular Itree;
addr.rs Mailyn't Coroio. rrlil Colleae.
MKnr. A.1. BEFABirnr.sr
Tulime Hnl versify of Louisiana.
IFormerly, 1M7-1W. the University oi
liUU IP in 111 j alt
TTS advantnaes f'r nraotical "''"Jf-'i"
"""'.'" n" T.' " "Il -3.ni materi-
as ine law secure. ,i.ruV" " , ik ia
ii In from the arret Charily llosfltii ""..
7i0 bed., and 2t.l I'aiijnU annuBiiy.
iwaSsrwte cotton factors & commission merchants
Ofttft nt ua or inr rni'"n, hibitw
w ft1 .t riuiii i if u i. . Tf&n
I riI. B. IV. ViinAUtini '
P. 0. rawarl. Waw Orlaanf, La,
HMLTU.-MI, K. 0.
ARNliSTEAD & LUNDEE
Ko. 831 Front Street, Cor. Union, Meniphlr), Tenn.
mm a-ai rrl 1H
JUL w.t'. Nkiiv amo Baia TasATiiiaT,
B anarantoeJ ieoifiofor HysUria. Diiii
nes, Convnlsinnsn, Fits, Kerv;ni Keural-
gia, ueaiiicne. nr ,- tn,
T the nse of alcohol or tnbaooos Waka
fulness, Mental Depression, SsHenini of tbe
Brain, resulting in insanity and lea Ing to
misery, deony ana death: Fi-emature Did
Amo, Barrenness, Loss ol rower In either
.fx; Involuntary Losseu and 8iermator
rbea, oaun i by over-eir.rtion of the brain,
self-abase or overindulgence. Kach box con
tains one montli'i troatment. II a box, 0
aix boxes for to, seni bv mail prepaid, on
receipt of nrioe. We ;narrr:tre Six Boxea
tooore any ease. With eaob order received
by as for six boxes, accompanied with II,
will send the pnrohaser our written
toaractB to rofnnd the money If the treat
ment doe "Ot affect a eure. Saaranteea
Issued only bv A. RKNKSRT A CO.. Prof,
gisu, Mompb.il. lean.