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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1SS0.
A VERY OLD CHESTO
F0U5D IS THE MARKET OF A SEW
YORK TKSEMEXT BOISE.
Tte Closing Chapters or a Sensa
tional Story Tbat Was lieguu
New Yobk, Noyemter 2. The New
Yoik Herald baa found the Tiehborne
claim ant in a pliable aUte of illness
and poverty. He was in a little room
over a Bma'l optician's shop in Fourth
avenne. Ha baa ben lying there on
his back (or more than two rxiontbe,
Buffering ihe pains of blood poisoning
and the thousand nsmeleeeills of pov
erty. Whether he be Mr Roger Tieh
borne, grievously unfortunate Daronet,
Arthur Orton, or Thomas Castro, the
Australian butcher, thisman'a life hea
been a strange, eventful history. The
eate in which be fhured as the claim
ant was one f the most celebrated on
record, and fifteen yesrs ego it made a
great atir in the wo.-ld. But the world
soon forgets. List ) uly so few people
remembered the case that acsrcely a
corporsl's guard coald be mustered in
a theater to bear the claimant 'tell bis
story. The tale, in brief, is this: In
'1858 Roger Tichboroe, eldest son of
Sir James Tiehborne, having fallen
in love with his cousin, Kate
Doughty, and got into much trouble
with his family thereby, aald nut his
commiesion in the army and went to
South America. Ha wandered aboat
that eonntry for nearly a year, leading
an adventurous li'e.and :n April, 1854,
ha embarked at Rio on the ship Bslla
for Kingston. The Bella left port bn
the 20th of Aniil and never ws seen
afterward. Bits of wreckage were
picked np six dsys afler ahe sailed,
and the Bella waa stricken off the
books at Lloyds. Everybody bnt Lady
Tiehborne believed that Roger'a bonea
were whitening in Davy Jones's lock
er, a hundred fa horns deep, off the
Braiilian coast. Sir James died in
1862, and Lady Tiehborne began to
advertise for hr eldest son. In 1807
a man called Thomas Castro, who had
been a butcher near Sydney, turned
np in Ermiand, Baid thttt he was Roger
Charles Tiehborne, and instituted suits
to recover the Tiehborne and Doughty
estates, worth 75,000 a year; He fai led
to establish bis daim, was tried fur
perjnry, ccnvietd and sentenced to
fourteen years' penal servitude. But
by many his story was still believed,
and bis counsel, Mr. Kenealy, never
abandoned the conviction that the
claimant was the legal heir to the Tieh
borne ettates. A Ticbbarne Release
Association was foimed, and popular
subscriptions were started to defray
the eipeLss if hunting npmissirg
links of evidence and reopening the
case. When the fourteen years of
imprisonment bad expired the claim
ant came out, etill callirg himself
Tiehborne, and bpgan a lecturing tour
to raise money. Naturally he turned
his face toward the Mecca of all En
glish nen who hope to make money
out of whatever feme or notoriety
they may have acquired. Visions of
crowded houses, large receipts and a
triumphal tour allured him. a beg
garly account of empty benches
greeted him, and he dropped out of
sight in a few days. His iriends were
soon exhausted, and no manager coald
be found to take tbe risk of piloting
him through the country. Ho one
morning the claimant paid his hotel
bill and disappeare-d. Misfortune fol
lowed h!m into the humble lodg
ing to wh'ch be retreated with
his wife. A child was born to
them and in month it died.
Then the claimant fell ill and
was disabled from doing anything for
a living. He made a few dolla'B by
writing or providing tbe facts for
somebody else to write stories of Hfa
in the Anttralian diggings for the
newspaper?, bat his tales were not
snccesslul. Then the claimant's wife,
a younar woman who had been a sing
er in London, Eouk'Ut an engagement
under an assumed came, and for a
few weeks she sang and danced in the
concert balls of the Bowery, earning
just enough to live upon. She admit
ted your correspondent to the room,
which served as bedroom, parlor and
kitchen, where the ponderous form of
the claimant was stretched upon tbe
bed. Disease and worry have left
their marks upon tlte man, but he is
still anything bat emaciated. A thin
growth of gray hair and beard sur
round liia heavy countenance, but he
bears bis GO years as well as most
men. He seemed elsd to see a visitor,
and talked freely about bis affairs. ' I
thought I was going to get out to
day, be said, "bat just as I was
aiout to drees, in popped the doc
tor and ordered me lack to
bed. I've been here tight weeks
now, and he says I must stay two or
three weeks more. I want to get to
work soon, vou know, because doc
tor's services are expensive, and tak
ing mod; cine is like drinking cold.
My wife has been earning something
to support us. but she has no engage
ment now. She was to have begun in
one. of the gaidens egain, but tbe
police have arreBted tbe managers and
closed their places; to that is at an
end." The claimant's wife, who, if
his cause be j tier, is entitled to call
herself Lady '1 clibom and ought to
be living in the luxury of an expen
sive English establishment, is a slight,
dark .woman of the type commonly
seen .n the variety (.log?. Her ac
complishments consist of the knowl
edge ef . a few tonga and the ability to
dance. To these are added no great
charms of personal appearance. She
is merely commonplace. iBut the
quiet,,. unpretentious woman seems de
voted to the elephantine enigma
whose misfortunes she shares. All the
work of the bumble housekeeping
falls upon ber. She takes care
of tbe sick man, cooks the meals and
does all tbe iittls things tbat iall to
the lot of a poor man's wife. The
heavy, somewhat stolid countenance
of the claimant lights up with a kindly
smile when, he eptaks to ber. He was
divorced from his first wife in Eng
land, but iin the variety aotrees he
. teems to have f ound a congnia1 mate.
Ji singular thing ab nt the claimant
.is bis ability to make one believe in
this earnestness. H he be tbe greatest
humbug of (the age, be is the most
persistent and . consistent. Fourteen
years in prison have .not dampened
hie spirits or turned -him from his
purpose. He talks as though be wer
the undisputed .heir to tue estates,
and asserts that lie will reopen the
esse. as soon as ihe can collect the
nececrary fnnd. I'arl onent pained
an aet confirming the verdict of the
jury, but he Bays tbat can be set aside
easily .because only nine members
were in the House when the ill went
IhrougU, and tbe law requires forty to
be present. In tbe old case Lie pa) 8
he had the Jesuits against him. Tbey
had taken tbe nephew, to whom the
prrvperty reverted, and proposed to
make him a member of their order,
and so obtain tbe Doughty estate,
which is held in fee simple. "But
tbe young chap," says tht claim
ant, "is nearly of age, and is
showing the T.chborne blood. He
will not take orders, and so the Jes
uits will have no object in fighting
me Spain. Tne religions fei-ling that.
uixii" tbe contest sj bit'er before will
be wantinvofxt time. Yon ton that
when I was a yonn? man I cflended
Bishop Grant by threatening to make
a billiard room nut of the chapel on
tbe es'ate, and I suppose my out
rageous conduct, as they called it,
made the Cburcu my mpniy." Re
garding the iichboroB Rttlief Associa
tion and its work, he says: "In 1877
the aeswatim collected 10,000 to
be used in my beha'f, but as true as I
am hera I never got one cent of it.
What became of the money can only
be surmieed." Evidently the claim
ant ha; not been helped much by the
association. Doubtless some of the
money was ustd in searching for evi
dencs and keeping up the interest in
the case. It is claimed that ths log of
tbe Osprey, the myaterious barken
tine tbat eluded all ti e ed orta of de
tectives to discover her history and
whereabouts during the trial,
has been obtained lrom the mate,
McKay, and is now in the posses
sion of Secretary Gray, of the asso
ciation. It Is upon this ehadowy log
of a pbantom ship that the claimant
bases bis hopes u reversing the judg
ment of Lord Cockburnaod ths acts
cf Parliament, and eetabl shiog his
identity as Roger Crarlea Tiehborne.
Meanwhile he is growing old in pov
erty and plar.nins: impossible tours,
with a combination of variety per
formers to fill his empty purse. He is
not an entertaining lectarer, bnt he
labrra nnder tbe delusion that he can
bold audiences spell-bound for hours
with bis powers of oratory and the
narrative of his strange career. Tbe
little concert hall singer sticks to him,
believes in him, and does her best to
lighten the load of his adversity, hop
ing for better times by and by, when
the one poor roons shall be ex
changed for baronial halls.
MRS. ANJI POPE.
Death or Venerakle a-ady Her Be
queala to Ihe 'iinrls.
Nashville, Ten., November 2.
Toe Banner announces tbe death of
Mrs. Ann Pope, a well known and
much esteemed reeident of tbat city,
oa Katnrday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
eged 85. She was the widow of Gen.
John Pope, of Florence, Ala., and
since the death of her husband she
rt sided in Nashville. - She was a de
voted Christian, and was for mors
than half a centnry a member of the
Presbyterian Cburch. She was a
liberal contributor to church and
chaiitable purpcesR in this city, and
in ber will bequeathed to tbe First
Presbyterian Church of Nashville a
note for $10,000 for money borrowed
of her. She leaves to the Cottsge
Presbyterian Church $2000, and to the
B;ble Society and Mrs. Louise Mor
gan the honse and lot on Sprues
street where she lived, which is
valued at J1V00. The wil. in addi
tion gives Mrs. Gibson $2000; Miss
Elliot, $1000; the deacons of the First
Presbyterian Church, for the benefit
of the poor, $1000, and Edjtar Joree,
$8000. There were several other
legacies, and then a specification that
what was left should be divided up
eqtia ly between the Cottage Presby
terian Cburch and the deacon's fund
of her church. The whole amount of
ber wealth at tbe time of her death
was over $30,000. Edgar Jones and
Joe O'Bryan were appointed ber ex
ecutors. Sue made a special request
tbat her body be taken in charge by
the deacons of the First Presbyterian
Cburch. Tbe funeral services were
held at the First Presbyterian Cburch
yesterday afieracon, conducted by the
Rev. J ere Witherspoon and tbe Rsv.
J. H. McNeilly.
AS I CAME DSWH FROM I.EBAKOS
As I came down from Lebanon,
Coma winding, wandering slowly down,
' Through mountain passcsbleak and brown,
Ihe cloudless day waa well nigh done.
Tbe city, like an opal aet
In emerald, showed eaoh minaret
Afire with radiant beams of sun.
And glUtened orange, fig end lime
Where song birds made melodious chime.
As I came down from Lebanon.
A I mint down from Lebanon,
Like lava in the golden glow.
Through olive orchards far below
I saw the murmuring rivorrnn;
And 'noath the wait upon the sand
Swart sheiks fiom distant Hainaroand,
With preoious spices they had won,
Lay long and languidly in wait
Till thoy had pawed the guarded gate,
As I came down trom Lebanon.
As I came down from Lebanon
1 saw strange men from lands afar
e In moB'ine and square and gay bazaar;
The Maui that the Moslem shun.
And grave Kfiendi from tStainboul,
VV ho sherbet tipped in corners cool,
And from the baloouiea o'errun
VV ith roses, gleamed the tyes of those
Who dwell in still seraglios,
As I came down from Lebanon.
As I came down from Lebanon
The tl uning glow of doytiiue died,
And Nivht, arrayed as is a bride
Of some great king in garments spun
Of purple and the nct gold,
Outblooiued in glories manifold,
Until the moon, above the dun
And darkening desert,. void of shade,
Shone like a keen Damascus blade,
Ai I came down from Lebanon.
A Ilmabaod and Father Burned to
Cleveland, O., November 1. At
an early hour this morning the house
of Louis L. Cheii hner, at Steubsnville,
O., took fire in the Lower floor. The
family slept upstairs, and they were
not awakened until the flames bad
gained considerable headway. Cbeich
ner opened tbe stair door to go down
but was overcome by heat and smoke,
and falling down stairs, was barnea
to death. His wife and children es
caped by leaping from a window in
their night clothes.
In (be Dear Md asskva.
We differ in creed and politics, but
we are a unit all the same on the de
sirableness of a fine head of hair. If
you mourn the loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make yon
look as you did in the dear old days.
It is worth trying. The only standard
50 cents article for the hair.
Brvenue Men Capture Bocae Batter,
St. Louis, Mo., November 2 Un
der the new oleomargarine law, which
went into effect yesterday, many
seizures of bogus butter were made
by the internal revenue officers. The
latter began their work early in the
day and went from holes to home
testing butter and confiscating all but
tbe genuine article. Before the day
had cloned seizareavwere made at sev
etal diffaret't pieces
Fear Children Burled Alive.
Naw York, November 2. A Scran
ton, Pa., special says: Jamea Caff rey,
aged 7 years; James Dougherty, aged
1 yeata; John Dougherty, aged 6
years, and E'lon Dougherty, aged 3
Tear, were snffocatedXn a aand pit in
tbe Third Ward of this city last even
ing. Tbe bank under which they were
playing fell in.
Washington, November 1. The
President today appointed David L
Bunker, of Masstchucett, to bo
United States Consul at Denera;
Oliver H. Gallup, of Nevada, to be
Register of the Land Office at Carson
City, Nay., rice W. E. Copelaad declined.
TUE IR0. BOOTAIS
aSKISU KIKHT OF WAY FROM
Lornt on of a Vuion Depot W. 1.
Southern Rail Kens.
The meeting of the City Council to
be held tomorrow will be an import
ant one for the railroRtls. The ques
tion of tbe belt lrne rixht of way will
be discussed, and the Missouri Pacific
will make application fur light of way
into the city.
Judge R. J. Morgan, tbe attorney of
the company, sneaking of the matter
yesterday, said : "We do not ask much.
All we deeiieNtW. an entrance, and I
think the meniUS" of ths City Gov
ernment are favorably dif posed toward
ns. Mr. Gould was vety kindly
treated when he visited the city and
assured of the existence of a disposi
tion to extend him eqnal facilities
with other railroads, the cress ng,
which, as you know, will be made at
a paint considerably lower down than
that of the Kanaa City Company,
will be much more advantageous, I
thick. The ascent from the river
bank will be 20 per cent, easier,
an advantage of no little im
portaace. I am much pleased
with the grounds the company
recently purchased. Thsre are about
ten acres in the p'a. It cost more
than tbe grounds of the Kansas City
company, because property is higher
now than it was then, aud I am in
clined to believe, too, tbat so far as
yards are concerned e have Ihe ad
vantage over most if the ether roads."
"What have you done with your
"Nothing as yet. We are anxious
to get tbe right of way into the city
fits', and then we will take up the belt
line and talk about a nnion depot,
"What is your idea about the loca
tion of a depot?"
"The Missouri Pac'.fis would prefer
to have it situated somewhere in tbe
eastern portion of the city, but I an
obliged to confess tbat it looks now as
if South Memphis were tbe proper
place to put it. The depots of seven
companies are a'l in that locality and
within a etoro's throw of each other.
In fact, tbe Louisville and Nashville
is the only line which would bs put to
any expense should it be built on Cal
Will P. Wlldbera-er.
There are few young railroaders in
this neck of tbe wonds moredeerved
ly popular than Mr. W. P. Wildber
ger, who has for some time b?en act
ing as private secretary to Manager
Fiok of the Memphis and Little Rock
railroad. He has accepted the offer
of chief clerk in the general office of
the International and Great Notthern
and Missouri, Kansas aud Western
railroads, and It avea today f or Pales
tiue, Tex., where he will enter at once
upon the discharge of his du:ie,. He
has been faithful, eat-next and intelli
gent iu the discharge of every position
lie has ever been called upon to fill,
and bis promotion comes naturally, as
a matter of course.
A 'Frisco reoder.
Considerable intares-. bai biea ex
cited by reports of tbe rapid construc
tion of the Fayetteville and Little
Bock railroad, which, according to ru
mor, has the backing of tbe 'Frisco,
and will be on very friendly terms
with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe. This road is to be constructed
from Fayetteville to Argent a, acrcss
the river ftom Little Rock. About
twenty five miles of the grade is fin
iehed, and it is to be completed to St.
Paul, in Madison county, by January
Bnathtrat Kail road Development.
A great stride toward improvement
has been made in the South within
the past few years. Not to particular
ize too tediously, it may be pointed
out that in tbe Suthera group of
States, as clessified in Poor' t Manual,
ttin mileage increesed from 12,978 in
1879 to 20,584 miles in 1885, sn im
provement unf quailed anywhere, ex
cept in tbe Western group of S ate?.
Besides this the gauge of many of tbe
roads has only recently been made to
conform to the standard, and in other
ways many of the Southern companies
are fully alive to the necessities of the
' Ztrnioliala tbe Move.
The coal stove and Ihe kerrsene
lamp should be excluded by law from
railroad passenger cars, and every car
should carry the best appliances for
breaking open a car and extinguish
ing fire. Immediately af er the col
lision at Spuvien Duyvll, in 1882, the
negligence of railroad companies with
regird to tbess things was denounced
in many ( flicial utteiance". "The
present means of heatit.g at. d lighting
railway cars," eaid Gov. Cornell in his
special message, "is a standing menace
to the lives of paseengere." By tbe
coroner's jury the officers of the Cen
tral road were sharply censured for
not providing implements to be u?ed
in retelling passengers and means for
extinguishing fire. A giand jury sit
ting in tbe following month made a
presentment, in which tbe use of min
eral oil in car lamps was opposed, and
in which it was said tbat "the beating
of cais by direct radiation from stoves
with coal fires should be abolished
and appliances should be introduced
for beating by steam, hot air or hot
watcr, to be conducted into the cars
by pipes and coils from reservoirs out
side the cars."
A Conflagration mt Beoofbbay,
West Oas?et, Mk., November 2.
Fire at Boothbay lust night destroyed
about $30,000 worth of property.
PNmarrvl with Btrlot rctr M to Tir!tv, fttTf(rfi h!
lli-atthfiilnfHri. Dr. I'rWH naklnir Powder oonfcwng
no AmmonU.I.Inulumtirl'hojliatffi, lr. I'l-tV';
K strait. Vii&Ml. Luuum, etc, UaTor dellcloutft,T
PRICE BAKING PCWDFR CO. Chkatp and St L&fo
'KIS PAPER wSsa'iJS
W AVER A SON, our auuUoriscd ag.ut
And Hvry "iirrloa or Krhlnr and
BurniUK 1mp"' Cared bjr
a 1 1 rum.
ECZKMA. or Salt Rhnutt,, with lt srotiii
ing itohincanil buttiin, rviievmi by a
warn bnth with Cl'Tiol a -p, and a situln
application ut Cl ileum, tlif n'ent tkiti Cure.
Ihis ropoate ' 1n ly, with two or three lns
o( CuniH'A Kshiilvsnt. tlm New Mood Pu
rifier, to keenthe blood ruol, the ier.ira
tion pure a&d unirritetina. the bowels open,
the liver and Sidneys ao ie, will speed'ly
cure Kciema, Tetter, Rinuwurm, PforiasK
Liohen. Pruritus tnld UtMil. Dandruff and
ery species of Itchinir. Scily and Pimply
llun'ors of the Sc vt and bkiu, whet the bsi
physicians and all known remedies fail.
I cratefully scknowleuse a cure of Kciema,
or Suit Kheum, on head, neck, face, arms
and lent lor (even teen years; notablotowalk
eieeut on hsndsand knees for one year; not
able to holy myself tor eiitht years; tried
hundreds of remedies! doctors pronouneed
my eae boneless: permanently cured by tbe
Z'42 Dearborn atieet, (.hicaio, III.
Bone fire months ao I hid the pleasure to
Inform yon of say improvement in tbe use ot
the Ct'Tirt'si Hummus ia my cue ot severe
Chronic Kciema Krythemstusa, and today
cheerfully eonflim all I then said. I oonsider
toy cure perfect and oomp ete, and attribute
it entirely to ynnr remedies, huri'-s; used no
others. FRRNAN BSKNCHARUO,
3306 Penna avenne, bt. Louis, Ho.
El EES! A.
I hire suffered from Bait Rheum for over
eiaht years, at times so bad that I eould not
attend to my business for weeks at a time.
Three boxes ef CiiTinvaa and four bott es
Rssolyskt hare ent rely sured me of this
dreadtnl disease. ,.
MR. JOHN TUIBL, Mjlkeibarre. Pa.
are sold by all druffis's. Price: CtiTict'ai,
5Uets. : Rikoltint, il.O'li Sor, 25 cts. Pre-
Bared by Forma Datto atin ('hkmioal Co.,
oston, Mass. Send for " How In Cure
IIP A TTTIFY the Comnleiion and 6kin
J'aJiVU by nsin t-e t t'Tit utt Soar.
X Oau't Droathei,
Chest Pains, Numbness, Pore-
ness, iiacktns ouh, Asthma,
Pleurisy and Inn imuiation, re
lieved la one mlnnt. I the
I'liiK'firn Anll.Mlu eiHuter.
Nothinsr like it. At drui. ists. 2fi
Potter Drtiit and t'henicn' f!n., Botton.
Miat of tin, disavow winch stun t muililiid sn orfirm.
ally ch'.iwhI liy adiwinlHrtdcuiiditioiiul tltx LI V i. R.
lrr ll uoiuiilninu u( this kind, mull Toryidily ul
Urn Liver, HiIiuimiicm, Norou ll).l'i, IndiKi'ti
tioa, U'riul'irity ,it the HoweJs, CoiiHtipalion. Hutu
leucy, Kruubttioiui and buruliitf nt the BtouincU
(H,iintims milled lluurtouni). Miasma, Mnlnnii,
Bloody Plux. Chills aud fr'ovor, Urtiakhone 'evur,
LxhauHtion before or after Fofein, Oroulo ltar.
rlima, Lom ol Appetite, Headauhe, Fuul Uroatll.
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d.mn I'atiM. Raokaiiba. to., to. STADICER'S
AURANTII in Invaluable. Jt Is not panacea
for all tliwa-ea, hut will CURE all dlaonse !
the LIVER, STOMACH an! BOWELti. It
chaiwee the coinpTiiiion liwn a waiy, yellow tlrure,
to a ruddy, healthy color. It entirely remove low.
gloomy spirit. It is one ol the 6r llriMiri
uwf i'tirifltrM of th Blood, tmd u a niluabl tonir.
lor sale by all Uniaaiata. Plioe SI. OO per bottle.
C. F. 8TADICER, Proprietor,
140 SO. FRONT ST., Philadelphia, Pa.
DaratTMiKT or Tin iNraaioi, I
Wahmton, Ootober 15, lHSti. I
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
this Department until 12 o'clock m. No
vember 16, 1846, lor furnlsblng the material
and labor required in completing the culvert
and other work in the Improvement ot the
Hot Springs Reservation, at 11 ot Springs,
Arkansas. Blank forma of proposal, speci
fications, etc., will be furniihed upon appli
cation to this Department, or to "Superin
tendent of Hot Springs Reservation, " Hot
li. Q. 0. LAMAR, Secretary.
A book of 100 pages,
lite best book: for
enadvei tiler to ooo
suit, be he eiperi-
newspapers and estimates o1 the cost of ad
vertising. The advertiser who want" to spend
one dollar, finds in it the Information be re
quires, while tor him who will invest one
hundred thnnsand dollars in advertising, a
scheme is Indicated which will meet his
every requirement, or ean be made to do so
by slight ohaneov easily arrived at by corre
spondence. One hundred and flfty-three
editions have been issued. Sent, poxtpaid,
to any addrosslor ten dean- appiv rn uru,
P. KOYVF.LL CO., NKWSPAPtU AD-
VKKTIS1NU BURKAU.l.l Spruce St. tPrlnt
ng Honse Honare Nw Torlr
Annnul Mot tliiff of Slot klioldcrs.
Orrtca or Msuphis ano CtiAai.aaTo"
RAiLatiAti Co., 10 Wai.i. Sthkkt,
New Vork, October 6, 1HSR. )
NOTrt'E is hereby given that the anuuwl
Rlextlnic of the Htocklmldir ol thn
Hcmhta and 'lMrl.liii Mnllrad
(nniiiy will beheld st the uBice of the
company, nt Hisnlanitli', Aa. oi
TlmrxilHT, ibe lltb day of Noveiu.
The transfer hooks of the company will re
main closed from October 12th to November
11th. both inclusive.
h. M. 8CIIWAN, Seoretnry.
The agents of the several stations will fur
nish stockholders with free tickets to and
from the meeting.
II. 0. WTTTON, Treasurer
LAZARII8 LEVY. ' J0I1N W.COCUKAN.
rfAJnao o. nvuuoun, "
arDeposlU received la mmi of and
arWeabuy and sell local Investment Bonds and Secnritlea generally, pav Uxea, aM as
trnste, and, In general, execute any financial business requiring a sate and responsible
nar VViVsne drafts, la lams to suit purohaaeri, on all parts ot Bnropa.
lWehaveaoonVmodlous Vaultfor the deposit ol valuablei. which U at tha tervloe
our eostomers, free of Charare).
D. P. HIDDEN. President. EWI). WOLOSMJTH, Tlco-Preeldeat,
JKMVH W ATM AN. Taalaiwr.
R LCOCHRAW &Co
AW AB rLAaTIHO-aTII, ATT.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lumtcr,
Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Celling and Cedar Foctx,
(fU:l XJvNOHH TO N. a. l.V.t,), JUBBEKM OP
X75 Main Streets Opp. Court Kquare, M emplilH, Teun.
sr'AFITAI- FKIZK. 7H.0OO -
Tieaeia only as. aharea In nrntttsr,
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" W do reby tertf tkft tt $utrti tk
nrranpem0Hta for all the Monthly atui Quar
terly JJrawine of the Lout tana aVldM Lottery
(Atmpanvi and in pron manage nmd mtrol
the inuring thrmtivt nnd tMat the am are
conducted triff honrety, (iimr, mnd in fd
faith Unoard all partite, and tee aulhvri the
Company Ut uer thie crt&ntet wttk fae etmiiee
of our g natures attacked, in ite aderrttee-
Wtt Ae tmofemraeot. Bank and Hawkers,
will pay all iVues draw n Sae iWeiwteiaa
Mole Lottorim tsAte May se nresswlea X ewr
J. II. OO LKSIBT.Proa. Ijt. Ral'l Hank.
A. BALDWII, Prea. H. O. Hal. Bk.
Ineorporated la lsodfor twenty-five vent
by the Legislature for Educational aid
Cnaritable purposes with a capital of 11,
), 0UO-to which a reserve fond ef overKM),
000 hu since been added.
By an overwhelming papular vote tta
franchise was made a part of the present State
Constitution, adopted December id. A.D.
Tht only lattery rear eoteel mnd saoWasel
y lAe people ear Met.
It areer seoes er peerpeaes.
fla Hrand Ring;! N timber Draw
Intra take nlaee tnanthlx, anal ane
Kxlraordlnary lirawlags resrnlarlr
every Three aaanlha InaleMMl af aeuai
aaanally aa herela'ore.
A NPI KNIIIIt lPRTt0MITT Tw)
WIN A vornnK. KI.BVKNTU GRAND
DRAWING, CLASS I., IN TUB ACAPRMY
OF MIlNlO, NKW OKLIANS, TDKSDaT,
Movassiber , 1MN6 IVHik Meatkly Draw
ing. C A PIT Ala PIIIZR, 97S.OOO.
100,000 Tieheta at Vive Hollar Kaon,
rraelioaasln riftna, la
LIST OF PRKES.
1 Capital prise .. ...$ TR.OtO
1 Capital prise ... 26,ouu
1 Capital tiriie lu.imc
1 Prises of !". .... 12,(K'
S Prises of aJ .., KI.IU)
10 Priies of 1006 10,t
10 Prises oi MO lO.Ott
100 Prises ol 100 W.01 0
3K) Priies of 100 911, (VII
500 Priies of 60 K.OO
1000 Priies of 25 C,00
9 Approximation priies of I7!sa 0,7)0
9 Approximation prises of 600 4,6(0
8 Approximation priiea of 3bQ 3,T0
1067 Priies, amounting to... tWin.M
Application for rates to clubs should be
made only to the office of the Company at
For further Information write clearly,
givinr full address. POM AI.NOTEH. Kl-
press Money Orders, or New York Eschar ge
In ordinary letter. Correnoy by Express (a
our expense), addressed
n. a. daitpiiibt.
New Orleans, I n.
Or H. A. nATPHIN,
vVaaliliiKlou la. C,
or at Weal tjonri Ht Mcmplile, Teata
Ma lie P. O. Money Orders payable
and ad Jrcaa leg-ip.tcred Lrttora to
RKW ORI.BANN If ATIOIf AL BANH
Jew SSrleana. !.
ask yoTjr ratnlte tor Win OriirlnttI iS Shoe.
- Itownreof Iitiltatloiua, - e
HoneOenalne unices bearing; thUStanpa
JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE.4
BUde la button, UwfrrnM and hut. Be Oaff
pmn iniPxoentMi 111 Amtv
biiityt Comor cmu. Avvoat
tii will hrlntr toii liifonriaV
Clnn howtMfati.laKl.o la
J. Moans & Co,,
ThM eboe etaadi hfirher In the eertmatton ot
Vmhm than any other In the world. Thoa
larSaVbo wearlt wWtoU jrou Uw roaaon U yua
J. W. VOEGELI &.CO,
HOPOMALII FOB BRI Nil.
U. 8. FNoigsia'a Ovnoa,')
No. 8 8. Kampart street,
New Orleans, ta.,Ootnber Jl.iaRlt.J
SKALKU PHOHU8ALS. IN TH.1PMUATB,
will be received at thie office until 12 noon
on November 16, 1HWI, for furnishing and de
livering brush required for improvement of
harbor at ew Orleans, Louisiana, according
Bidders are reauested to examine form of
Oontract before bidding.
For blank forms, specifications, or further
Information, apply at this office.
The right is reserved to relect any or all
proposals. CUAtJ. W. RAYMOND,
Major ot Unglneera,
Mississippi & Tennessee lt.lt. Co.
Annual Meeting; off Moceilielilere.
TIIR annual meeting of the stockholders
in ihe Mississippi and Tennessee Hail
read Company will beheld at iMhMl'lUd,
WediicHdnr, November 24, lSSfl,
at which time a Directory will he elected for
the ensuing year. (Stockholders will he
passed over the road by applying to the
secretary. T,A MTt, Secretary.
i .......... J
J. 8. HANDvYURKKE,
DAVID P. HADDKN,
JAMKH A, OMUEKU,
ff' a 4
ffv K "''arv Uoetou,
upward, and inUrest allowed oa aame fjemtr
I 4 ' -. W5.-we.Sf
W. A. GAGE & GO.
Wo. SOO front Street,, t Memphis, Terns..
FOUNDRY & MACHINE UKP'T,
Engl nee, jtl i"'
Saw-Mllle, ff""' j j
fjonaa .It " "
I mnls et i ... J
arw r-""r"X ..:ei-' '-r : ri .
IKON & RAILWAY SUPPLY
(Successors In this lepartnient to JOHN MAN0GUE.)
wor-Wrtte ns for InformaHnn on ANY TltlN'i In eitberllne.
aUDKBW HTBWABT, Maw Ortaana.
Wholesale Grocers, Cot, Factors
BO. S90 AMD 5 FRONT STKI-T, SH-JSrUIU, TKHS-s
STEYAE? BROTHERS h COHPABY
COTTON FACTORS AND COS MISSION RERCTLANTS,
WFW ORF.KIHfl. I.M'ISI41f4.1
J. A. BAILEY.
J. A. BAILEY & CO,
.33G tSecond Street. JTiemphla.
, LAROB AND OOMPLKTB STOCK OV PUIMnKRS, OAS AND RTBAM FITTBRtl
i Materials. Pumps, Drive Wells. Iron. Irfiad and Htone Pltie.Oas Kivtnres. tfloHes, Ktc
I. T. riM AJ0M.
o. o. am.
J, T. FARBA
Uholcsiilc Grocers & Cotton Factory
Sft Trout Strtnat, Muiuphla, Ten a.
Oriel seaslgaea U as will bar ear careful atuntioa. We aamr at all Matea a watt.
teleeud stock ot
Staple & Fancy Groceries, Wins, Llquortjob&ces & Cl.ara,
nntt will oetl r f.mm tit l,ov.
SUGGS & FEI'TIT
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
20 and 22 Front Kt.. femnlilM. Tenn.
A. VAOCAKO'tfc Co
7H0LESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
No. 878 AND 280 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS.
J. I. uirivniB.
Uls T. Lal'rad. i Co.
AWll COMMISSION iflEKCUAm
No. 301 Front street,
avav-navlni retired from the Baddlerr and Harness business and opened nn ofll.-e above.
wTarJ plaLed tc announce te our friend, and the pnblitt generally that we are no- vr-J
to aerve them In our new capacity. Returning thanks f .r the very liberal pjtrunage e
Unded us Id "he old line! w. Uu.l I merit and receive a gher. "',,1- l.r-
Cotton Factors, Viholesalo Grocors,
n-aa 11 TTnlnn Rlrent.
i " '
M. 0. PKARCB
M.Oe FBAHOB & Co
Cotton Factors & Commission Merch'.s,
No. 280 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
UVollvn Waraboeuva-Hoa 8S an Jnlo trl.)
1BATT GIN CO.
' Manufacturcr'a'Agentg or
lHiiit-l I'nUt Cotton Glnia,
FBKDKKS AND CONDENSERS,
KM I LEY, NMITII A ( O,
Prntt Krllpaei Mnilor Ulna, raext
era and Win Krpalrers,
OH to 104 I'oplar SU, Vemitkla.
nar-Pratt Revolving-Head flins nne
quitled. btnek now complete. Price
reduced. Correspondenoo ana order
oliaited. Old dins Kepaired ia FirsU
la a Ord . All work guaranteed.
AND MACHINE COMPANY.
IGOto 174 Adamn SU Slemphi
Holler Ire a
i i ' va
- ' Mt 9ftlseM Iron
DEP'T, 5K6 and 228 Second St.
I ANDRW D. QWYKSV Man
U. H. WITT.
R. A. PARXIH.
. Ia. ffNM
Late with J. 1' Lsl'rade x Co
: Mcmplils, leim.
: x femnhl. Tenn.
UUUN L. MoCLKLLAiN.
SON & GO,