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THE REY. DR. W.E. BOGGS
ON THE IiTASD IX TI1B COX
Clres HIi Testimony la Clesi
lUaly and I'nresrrTtd Manner,
' H.ildlnf Buck Kotblnr.
tricin to TBi amain
Lovistillc, Kt.. November 12.
The sensation of the whole Converse
case thus for waa witnatsed list nijiht.
Dr. D-r.il called the ttniion of U e
court to the ic. that ten Beta of in
terronatoiics of the pronecniion had
been kept in the banda of the 'de
fendants two riaya beyond the utmost
limit allowed by (he law of the chorch.
The effect of tbia action on the part of
defendant w. a lo keep hack the-teg'i-mony
of each men aa the Rtv. Dra.
B. M. Halnaer, Thomrs E. Tock, Pey
ton H. Hone and olhera against the
reputation of the Converses. A scath
ing speech waa made by Dr. Daniel in
condemnation nf this uulawfui proce
dure of CjI. Bullett, counsel for the
Col. Ballelt Bremed to wilt under
the speed) of D. Daniel, and the
audience aee.uxd to anv.le audibly at
the proiecutir'a crashing onslaught.
Col. Bullett p'eaded oversight, and
was on that itrui"d excused for hia
let Tho Pwiby'ery sustained the
demand cf Dr. Daniel, and ordered
Col. Bullett tu re urn the interroga
tories to the commission at ouce, that
they may go to the witnesses. Dr. J.
L, Ma'tin has b;en on thewi'nHfs
stand most of the time techy, and lias
given the oldest s rt of comf irt to
the Cmversfs by bis calm, clear tes
timony as to the facta.
More DnsaiaaliiaT Irxlmunj Against
Counsel for the defense fought des
perately in euppot of a demand that
the prosecution should be put upon
tbewitoms stand at the rime preferred
by;the ac u ed, but the Presbytery re
fused tbe demand by a vote of 10 to
11. Having gained their point the
prosem'ion tunmhted, and atked t
be rocorded, the fallowing paper,
which went upou record:
To the Presbytery of LoulsTille :
Three times durirg this trial the
counsel for the defence has demanded
that the prosecution should tako the
wilnras ftund and testify. These de
mands the prosecution have hereto
fore rtsli tedrn cormtitotk tial grounds
alone, claimirg their right to intro
duce their own testimony in their
own way. By a vote of 11 to 10 the
court last night sustained tbe prose
cution, by overruling the motion of
counsel fur defense. The prosecution,
having obtained the priuciple for
which it was contending and, by these
repeated demands, being relieved
of all possible suspicion of being eager
to tettfy against the bgcus'cI, now
calls the Rev. W. E. BaggK, D. D., to
tbe witness stand.
Eugeue Daniel This examination
was postponed, however, on account
of the absence of tbe stenographer.
Kev. J. 8. Cciby's deposition waa
read, in which waa much damaiiing
evidence as to the voracity of tbe Con
verses. The most daroag'ng of all,
was a sta'f rnont to the efl. i t that the
Kev. Dr. Jthn LMghtjn Wilson anid
to him on his (Dr. Wilson's) death
bed. and only a few days before he
died, and in full knowledge of the
fact that he was soon to die, that he
had never been engagod in any public
controversy that those Oluerver men
did not mint epresint him.
W. O. Dodd, an eminent lawyer rf
Louiavil , t a itled that he had Leaid
of the bad reputation of the C nver is
for at leant ten years psst. He had
not sought any inforn atiuu about
them; it had come to his knowledge
like the weather, or any ottmr com
monplace fuel ; he had not thought
; them wor.h talking about.
TI1AT SrKCIAL TO TltR ATPBAL.
In January, 1880, just after the first
mottinsofthe Linixville I'roHliytery,
the Ch'utian Oburver published
a telegram that lial appeared
in1 tbe Memphis Appeal, together
with editorial comment iiuinuatirg, if
not alleging, that it bad been sent in
some ny by tho proaecutois, or at
their hint nation, Ou this point Col.
, Keating had written to Dr.'. lloggrj and
Dinltl as follows:
Re. In. Bom and Daniel ;
" Gknti.hibn In nnswer to yours
of tbia date, I have to any that the dis
patch (special) from Louisville, pub
lished in the Aitieal of January 13th,
was sent to ns by Mr. Lew Drown of
the Courier-Journal, who in alone re
apomiblo for Die views and opinions
therein expressed. With iiUti respect,
your friend, J. u, kxatinu.
Col. Keating further test lied on
cross examination hv tt e de'enso, that
none of the editorials la the AriiAi.
in any way connected with this case
or any o her matter of controversy in
tbe church, had ever been fiiKuoali'd
or counsel) d, or la any way li, thinner.'. I
by any of the Memphis preachers. He
lone WfB responsible firr their senti
ments and for their publication.
TBS "CHRISTUM OHSKBVKH IN 1878."
Counsel for defense fought desper
ately to (xcltn'o curtain tiBlimony
going to show that tbe General As
sembly of the l'resbyterlan Church
in the united Matis -.ad, upon
carelul lnvi s igation ot a certain state
ment published by the Chrirtiun Ob
tervtr declared it witbeut foundation,
and therein re la'.ie.
Till "CNBIHTIAN OIlSKHVUa" IN ISM.
The Rev. J. Win. Fiinn, of New Or
gans, testified that iu 1883 tbe Christian
Obtrrvrr had mado a fa'se report of the
action of tho Assembly ou the ques
tion of fraternal relations, sad w lien
the attention cf the editors waa called
o the fact, ins'ead of correiting it, they
strenuously attemptpd to make gorrd
their published etatt-ment sa true,
Mr. F.inn submitted in evidence, as
part of his sworn, s'atdment in this
case, that tuU tn honored brethren,
wno were present at that Assembly,
who attended closely to its proceed
ings, agree in atllrming the truth of
his charge against the truthfulness of
nt . . r a . ..
im viwricr a rvpurfc iu mill mnner.
Tbe Barnes of those sixteen brethren
re es follows : The Kev. Dm. Alexan
der Martin, C. K. Hemphill, O. A.
Stillman, Jamei Woodrow. W. T.
B'chardson (of the Central Pretby
trrian), Jos. Bird well, T. A. Brackln,
B. P. Harris, H. K. Hmoot, Joseph R.
Wilson Staled Clerk of th Aiwmblu),
N. M. Woods, W. 0. Clark, Judge J.
P. Armstrong, Meesrs. J. Adiror
eaayiQ, y. iw. jyman and u. i, Uarth
nan, TH BET. T. X. ODMVIBSE IN 1809.
It appeared from te testimony c f
Dr. Bog that tin bad reputation of
T. E. Conveise is at leaBt eix'een rr
Beventeen yeers to bis (Dr. Bote's)
own knowledge. Thst Mr. T. E. Cm
Terse wai a niinolnnaty in China for
one year (iSGO). H's conduct in Cnir.a
rsieed the jue tion of his repuiatl. n
for veracity at,d truthfulnefs nmon
other things. This be knew, because
he (Dr. Hogg") wts a mea.b,r of the
Joreign Misaions Committee, end bad
n iuUmate acquaintance with Mr.
Converas by hia letters to the commit
tee. Dr. Boggs stated, on bis oath,
tbat ha had certain knowledge of tbe
fact tbat at tbat time the reputation of
T. E. Converse was bad, as to truth
fnlness, with every member of the
Missions Committee; and upon k
mand of counsel for defendants Dr.
B -gus gave the names of the commit
tee, as follows: Tbe Rev. Dr. J.
Leighton Wilson, James Wo id row", J.
B. Adgr, A. W. Miller, George How,
J. L. Girardeau, J. R. Wilaon, W.
E B-gga, F. W. McMaatHr,
Gen. E. P. Alexander and E. Nye
Dr. Boggs bad known for a number
of years that F. B. Converse was cot
regarded as a truthful man by a g'eat
many ministers in tbe Hou'hrn Pres
byterian Cburcb, and he could name
dozen eminent men of Lonibville
who thui thenght.
Dr. Boggs recited in full the hi-tory
of the protection from top to bo' torn,
or at leai-t to the piecent sia'u, show
ing that it wasb"gnn tt tbe instance of
tho Louisville Prebtery npon a re
quest for an investigation made by the
Converses as to Certain pu d shed
statements in the Memphis Appeal
one year ago. Tbat these publication
attacking tbe character of the Obterver
and its editors were called forth by a
ma icons at empton the part of the
Chrutinn Ob$ner to fas'en false cbargns
npon himself and colleagues in Mum-
Shis as to making a ichinm in the
nuhrn Presbyterian thur.h. He
and hia colleegUHB had uicd the col
umns (f tbe MemphU Appbalbi tbe
only available way of defending them
selvts among their own church mem
bers and fiien 's ia Memphis and sur
rounding country againsithis wicked
and false attack of the Chrwlinn Ob
nrver. Tbat Dr. Wooifro had no
more tod with indicting this prose
cution than any other man in tbe
world; tbat he had abtolu ely nothing
t all to do with it; bo had not beeu
consulted about It before It began,
and after it bad bten begun he s ated
in a letter written to Dr. Buga about
otber matters that he (Dr. Woodrow)
thought they had made mistake in
bringing the cauo up, giving as rtawns
for so thinking the.ee two reasons,
Firnt That (hey, Boggs, Daniel and
Martin, bad already made out their
cave in complete vindication of
themselves and exposure of tbe Con
verses, in the Memphis Appbal, and
that they ought to have kt wei'. enough
(Second There was so much feeling
in the church about otber matters that
the real issue in this cjbp, tbe truth
fulnefs ot the ObMreerand its editors,
would be obscured by reason of throe
other and Irrelevant matters. Dr.
Bocgi's whole statement was frank,
open, straightforward, and with evi
dent purpose of keeping back nothing,
and that he bad nothing that he
wished to keep baoV, Here the case
stands today, with Dr. B jggs still be
fore the court as witness.
Tbe Herermnla Hair and Doing-Well-Pennant.
IcosaisroaaiaoB or tbb irpiAL.1
Newbebn, Tins, November 12
Since the election our merchants have
been busy selling goods and baying
produce, cotton and corn. It is no
ticeable tbat an unusual amount of
cotton has been shipped from bee
this season. Newborn having estab
lished a reputation as good market,
has caused cotton to be hiotrght here
that heretofore has been crrltd to
other towns. Tuere are quite a num
ber of saw mills adjacent to our town
and they are now marketing their
lumber aud shipping it from - this
place. B.iyera from Chicago and other
places are purchasing lurgo quantities,
.and thereby giveeiuployniutit to many
hands and leains
Dr. J. D.OjIb loft Monday for B: lie
view, N. Y., to sp nd tho winter. He
Is a graduate of tho Vandorbilt Uni
versity, and go-s lo New York to take
an extra course.
John Taylor and frmily will leave
sonn fr New Orleans, their future
home, lie win t e connooted witn a
commi'ision firm in that ciiy.
Guy Douglasa is having two brick
ro?ldtnc b put ur, ard Mr. G. M.
Ki-onun has just completed his new
The Kev. W. G, Lconrrd h-s com
pleted his handsome rotdd.'nce, aud
many otber improvement) are visible
on every hand.
We' thor gloomy und lalny for sov
To Err In llnninn.
But It li positively Inatcuiinbls to admlniater
or tako nnrootlca or iiolont lodnlir to re
1Iot tntrannulllty of iho narvoa, the easily
diicoverahla eaupe of which Is simply indi
f ettion. UoalotUr's Btuunch IMttara i the
remedy loilloated when the nervous system
is weak, and oonsaiituntly surer-sensitive
and un'ranqult. Braced and quieted by this
suporlatlve tonlo, the system obtains need
ful repose at night, dyspopllo qualms oease
to disturb the toma.ch, and mental Inqulo
tude dlsaiipenrs. Tho habit of body beoomes
reaular, the liver and kidneys are health
lully stimulated, and bodily or mental ex
ertioa oeasea to be a wearisome and difficult
tank. Neuralfla, rheumatism and malarial
disorders, and kidney troubles, are entirely
eradioateii by this matchless Invigorant
luUt Oaanarou'e 'Hlliire Nolorlo
Ijr Wol'i Ho. i
Nkw York, November 12 The Vto
let Cameron-Lord Lnnedale opera
troupe, basabaii'loned their proposed
tour r.I tho principal cities ol tun
country. The engagement of the com
pauy at the Casino clos' s next Mon
dny nlg:it. It will thon ' appear In
Brooklyn for a few wrekp, after which
the entiro eonnvnv toil sail I r L vur
pool. The unpleasant mtorietv gained
by the star and h r lordly msncgur
ratisf-d a nuiuher ol tho out ol town
managers to cancel their datoa nf the
company at their house?. This, taken
with the f. ct that their eri-axenient at
the Ca iriobni been a financinl and
artistic failure, docidi'd the noble lord
to tako his troupe home ?uin.
In times of old, when war was done,
The bullies fought and victory won,
Tho fairest women of tha tnnd
The artiat iu nd and dalle. t hand
With loom and shuillo craeleay
Adorned the glowing tni.oi.iry
With pictures fair, wilb nk.ll inwrought,
Of battles fieroe by hor.x.a fought:
And all the dro.la that valor true
Achieved for right rim to the view I
The tahrios rich ere hung around
The palao.s where kings are o.owned
Prt after anrinf ha pvaed awayr
With trenh green fleUtp and blossoms fay,
And snmiaer irnm tha land baa Hod
And loft I er beautiea lying dead.
Then autumn, Rlowing iiuacn, weaves fair
liar Uimstry in colors rnre;
trpring "cloth nf gold" and to'lp slow,
W ith aniuwer'a fire ot noirlal blow
And n!liw gleam and rov hluih.
All join to shine in radiant II uh
In autumn a wetving k.nging high
Against the wlls ot d.p blue sky.
<k 7'.ifc.r 'h ltttlnr0 Lkronv'tr.
How vain lbs lovi'ig durts tbat fly
From e'en the ino;t bewitching eye,
Un'e s tin teeth are pnrn and bright
Aid etrfr kept a snowy wbl e.
If yon wou'd cava y..ur teeth from
In F.OZODOXT yoa'il find tbe charm
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
MADE FLAIS BT BIS OWX CON
FESSION That He Gave Ills Paper on "intl
pji In" to Ihe Appeal Reporter
To the Editors of the Appeal t
Articles reform g to the disrtnsiion
of aa ethical question at the last ses
sion of the Tris'ete Medical Associa
tion, published In tbe columns cf the
Appial and 'Avalanche, yesterday
morning, contain passages referring to
the part I took in the diecufsion,
which are calculated to do me an in
justice, and to give the impression tbat
I was tne contentious party on tbe oc
cadon. I therefore beg epsce to ex
plain the poiition I took at the time.
Eirly in the afternoon I introduced
a resolution asking the represantatives
of tbe press, in making their reports,
tj avoid mentioning names of mem
bers of tbe ss-ociation, becaufe it
would place tbe gfntlatnen whose
names were mentioned in an odious
attitude in their relationa to their
brethren- I introduced the resolution
because I had seen in the Appeal of
that date an article o't "Antipyrio,"
wh eh had been read before thssjciuty
by Dr. Willifnrd on the day previou",
aud which the Appeal reporter lauds
in thess words: ''One of tbe papers
rad the fir;t day was of such
unusual merit that it attracted
tie attention of tie Appeal re
porter, and be published it." Dr.
Williford's paper was a very nicely
wo'ded "resume" of his snhj ct with
nothing new added but h s indorse
ment. The drog in quettion was in
troduced to the profession more than
thren years ago, and has bscn in gen
eral ute In th b section more than two
years. All at once the reporter of the
Appeal becomes convulsed at its
originality aud sacrifices his personal
friend, by taking down in short
band ( ?) his caper and publishing it
verbatim. When I opened this tub
ject before the AFSjciation I did it in
detoriBe of Dr. Williford and mads an
attack on the repoite s for placing this
gentlttnau in an unenviable attitude
before the profess on. Dr. Hennin,
acting as Dr.- Willlfurd's champion,
made a rta'erxent, In which be pro
duced the impression Unit he and
Will. ford cam.) ti the conclusion, late
in tbo eveniug, that this repor er, hav
ing b'en present, might possibly have
taken notes of this paper and in a mis
taken interest iu Williford'a behalf
might publish something calculated to
plaie him in an awkward attitude be
fire the medical brethren, aud
that they called npon the re
porter Into at night and asked
him not to print any comments on
this papar. The ' reporter told them
that be could not take the article out
without s'oppiDg the is ue of tbe Ap
pial. Later in the afternoon a com
mittee W9S appointed to examine Dr.
Williford'a conduct. Ibis committee
called upon the reporter, wbo made a
written btatcment as "s ilemn as if be
wai under oath," In which he 6tated
that he alone was responsible for tbe
appearance of the article, and that he
did it without Dr. Williford'a knowl
edge. The rommittso rep-rted exon
erating Dr. Williford. Notwithstand
ing this the roporter, when I asked
rum to explain some print, delivered
himself of the following bit of bril
li.mcy: Flo WAS not In the habit, he .Wl .mil. nf
making a speech every time he made a ra-
I.ort; uiu net tell bow and wbore he got bis
nformation, even to grand furios, and had
no Idea, of allowing himself to be catochiaed
by an association ot duoU.rs whose powers
ware oonsidorablr loss than those of a uninc!
Jury i but in this oxse he had departed tar
eni.ugn irnin nis rule to get his r wn onn eut
to the writing of a few lines whose purport
wan that Dr. Willilard had nothing to do
with tho publication of the papir on "Anti
pvrin," d d not ask it, but on the ointrarv,
ohjoct-d. lie positively declined to be
oulocliisud by Dr. Uyar or any oue else.
It semns ti mr that wi'h such a
clear conscience he wns rath-r bashful
about talking. Posiibly bu was afraid
of his own garrulity.
Now comes tho intr resting point.
When Dr. Willilord wosearncstlv ex
plaining he stated that he "did Live
hU p tner to tin reporter, and tbat tbe
reporter kept it more than one hour,"
or q iit- loo eiioiuh to mnke a copy
of it. Dr. Will. fjrd gave as histxuusa
for so doing the fact that, nt the lime
tlia papor was received the president
bad r ot as yet appointed a Comraitt.'e
on Publication. The reporter said
(list he published the article without
bis (Williford') knowledge ruid
againr-t bis protest. D Williford
btated that he gave htm thcppnr.
There seems to be a co' llict of ovl-d-nt:o
in this cas?, with which we
have nothing to do. Wi.ilo some per
sona may exclaim 'save me from my
friends," we adopt as our motto "Fiat
juititia, runt cooltun."
W. F. HTKR, M.D.
OUU LITTLE G11ANDCIUL1)
(1innHel,Pnrlleliid Hranl ind
by lb4 iiiu uria KemMtlcna.
It arTords me pleasure to give you this re
port ot the cure ot our Utile grandchild by
your CoTicua Kgaaoiaa. When six months
old his lett hand began to swell and bad every
appearance of a large boil. We poulticed it,
but all to no purpote. About rive months
after It became a running sore. Pood other
sores formed. He ihen had two of them on
each hand, and as his blood became more and
more Impure It took loss time for them to
broak out. A sore oame on the ehin, be
neath the under lip, which was very offen
sive. His head was one solid scab, discharg
ing great deal. This was his condition at
twenty-two month' old, when I undertook
the eare of him, his mother having died
when he was lit lo more than a year old, of
consumption (scrofula nf course), lie could
wa'k a little, but oould not get up if he loll
down, and cou'd not move when in I ed, hav
ing no usool his hi.n.ia. 1 immediately com
menced with tbe Ci'Ticca HuMm.mf, using
the Cutici'r and I'tivirna rMAi freely, and
when he hae taken one buttle of the Don
ouaa lUKoi.vr.NT, his he.d ws omp'o ely
cired. and ho was improve. in eery way.
We we e very uiu.'h c i: .ut..k..i, ;md con
tinued the npc o! i v , n or k yflar
and a half. I'n o-n ntior anotlicr healed, a
bony matter l..rui.i.g iu uach one of these Ave
rlecn ones Just bob re healinr, which would
fli.ally grow lomeand were taken out; then
they would haal npi.lly. tine of Ihrse ugly
bone formations I preserved. Alter Inking
a doaen and a half bottles he waa completely
cured, and ia now, at tha age ol six years,
ea r ng and htaltkychil.l. 'Ihe sours on his
bunds must always remain: his hands are
strong, though we once teared he wnuid
neier be able to use them. All that physl
tians did for him did bi n bo good. Ail who
aw the eh Id belore using the Cimcirai
HauapiKS and see Ihe chill now, consider it
a wonderful euro. If the above teats are of
eny uie to you, vou are at liberty to use
them. MHS. K, M. lkh)i)S,
612 Kast Clay Street,
May9.1W. Bloominglon, 111.
The child was In a really worse condition
than he appeared to his grandmother, who,
hying with him every day. I.eca ne accus
Inmed to the d.seaso. MAtliUK HiiPPINU
CtiTicuHA Ileum. ms are aold everywhere
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ITpUlNa, Fcalv. Pimply and Oily Skin
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URE COD LIVER
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et theClennlnw Article. Thoetreiat
tnpularltyof "Wilbor'a Compound of Cod
iverOll and Lime" has inuucod auuie uu
principled persons to attempt to palm of a
simple article of their own manufacture;
but any person who is suflering from Coughs.
Colds or Consumption, should be careful
where they purchase this artiole. Tbe re
sults of its use are its hct recommendations,
and the proprietor h ut ample evidenoeon
file of Its great success in pulmonary com
plaints. The Phosphate of Lime poasnsscs a
moat marvelous healing power, as combined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil by Dr. Wllbor.
It is proscribed by the uie.licnl faculty. Bold
by A. U. Wilbob, Chouiint, .Boston, and all
PLEASANT TO Tt.li
m great ej :.:
For Drapepeln,rtll ifc.-ii.v- tent
t the Dtfroatlvat i;'.uiis :m.l tbe
jMvar.Skin IHeca. t ut, Htirna,
cald and Urulaoa. AMD IRON
Elltm la sa aporlilc.
Hheumrittaui, Ilnlarlnl Dteor
4 ere, Clironlo DlnrrhnB and !
tlnute) eaaea ol Blood Foleontng,
yield without fall to Its woader
tal ewsuva owTr.
aatt tsMr froo pesaQphlot, t ho had
I all dotal or aw aoaa, g tpaad,
from Ibo A. I. B. Co., !TlCalo, Alfa.
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQQISTS.
At Wholesalei br TA1 VI.EET& CO.
K Vg tVAl.TH ISI WKAII H,-JC. 0.
Wist', Naava iai llmta Tbbatksst,
a guaranteed specific for Hysteria. Dital
noss, Oonvulalon", Fits, Nervoui Neural
gia, Headache, Nervcrs Pnistration, caused
by tho use of alcohol ne l. baccoi Wake
fulness, Mental depression, Sa'tcrrini of the
Urutn, resulting In Insanity and K.n. tnu to
misery, deony and doatht rretnature u d
Ago, Itarrenness, Loss of Power in either
aos: Involuntary L.sses and Breruintor
rha, ervi - I by over-evertion ol the brain,
telf-abnae or ovi'Tiudnlganee. Kach hoi con
tains oce Kontt's treatment. N a boa, o
s;x bones for t sent bv rnvl prepaid, on
receipt of i-rice. We enarrni. e bu Itoles
tooutc any ease. VYith exch order rtetet
uy uf for six boxes, aoenu.paitted with II,
we will send tbe pnrchwer our written
inirm M to roftind the money If the treat
ment doe "Or efoet a "r.rs. Oreantees
issued only bv A. RaNfiVKT At'C.. Irr
fiiu, Momphli, Tsno.
id ii era
A NATURAL TONIC
dote! Iron Karth.
ie - a
NOVEMBER 13, 1886.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,C00.
" We do aereoy Certify that m auperetM tae
arraneemenla for all tk Moutkly mod (Quar
terly Vraunntf of Ik Louisiana Suite Lottery
Company, and in perm manage and Control
the Ilrateinyt themeelvee, and that the anew art
eonducted with koneety, fairntet, and in good
fauk toward alt partiee, and we autkorize the
Company to uee thie certiteate, teilk ae-eimUee
of our eivnaturee attacked, in Ue adeertiee
mente.' t'S ' L,
Corona isBloneii a.
We, the undereifned, BanJu and Banker;
mlt pay all Prttee drawn in The Louieiana
State Lottenee which may ie presented at our
J. II.OClLESBT.Pres). I .a. Tfat'l Bank.
J. W.KILBRETII,Prea.Htate BTat'I Ilk
A. BALDWIB, Pres. H. o. Hat. Bk,
UXPItECEDEMED ATTRACTION I
Orer Haifa Million Dlntributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Ine jrporated In 1868 for twenty-five yea
by the Legislature for Educational and
Cnaritable purposes with a eapital of II,
OdO.OOO to which a reserve fund ol overfrj5U,-
000 has since been addod.
By an overwhelming popular volo iti
franch tue waa made a part ol the present State
O'.nstitation, adopted December 2d, A.D.
il Orand Nlnarln Nnmber Draw.
Inasj will take pla.e monthly. ( never
ecalee or postporura. Look at the following
lUUIIl CI BAND MOKTIILT
Extraordinary (JuarterlT Drawing
In the Academy ot Music, New Orleans,
'1 ocHHlny, IsecenilM-r 14, IMNtt,
Under the personal supervision and man
Hen.G.T. Itenuroanrd.of Louisiana, and
Uess.JnDal A. Early, of Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
-NOTICE Tickets are Ten Dollars
only. Halves, 93. Fifths, V.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital Priie of. 1160,000 ITO.rOO
1 Grand Prise of...... 60,000 . 5O,OU0
1 Grand Priae of. 20,000 20,000
2 Large Priaes of. KM") 2o,000
4 Large Prises of. ft, WW 20,000
20 Prises of. 1,0110 20,000
60 Prises of. 600 25,000
100 Prises of. 300 30,000
200 Prises of. 200 40,000
600 Priies of. 100 60,000
1000 Priaes of. 60 50,000
100 Approximation Priies of 1200... 20,000
100 Approbation Prises of 100... 10,000
100 Approximation Prises of 75... 7.00
2279 Prizes, amounting: to I622.EO0
Application for rates to clubs should be
made only to the ofiloo of tha Oompr.cy at
For further Information write clearly,
givinc full address. VUNTAL It OT(. Ex
press Money Orders, or New York Exchange
in ordinary loiter. Currency by Express (a
oar expense), addressed
H. A. DACPHIN,
Mew Orlaua, I.a.
Or M. A. BirPHIH,
WaHhlns-lon. D. !.,
01 atd Heatsjourt SC., Meiuptjla, Tenn
Make P. O. Money Orders payable
and addiewi Registered Letters to
NW OB I, HA Ha KATIOSA1, BASK,
ifZiffs Tin BELT or Ra
J i.i!?.-,'5Sa f onert tor is made a.
rV" pressly lor the curt
CrEEVLMof degeneration ol
OrHJ,-- misiakeabou thisln
k "yr . strument th eon
5 jV .Itinuous stream ol
Vnbt O Jtl V BLbtTRICITY per
liijLrlv'i,'V'3'nW I meatiu. through the
IsiLll Viirt' UlH.1 parts mnn restore
them to heal to v action. Do not eontouno1
thia with Eleotrio Belts advertised to curt
all tils from head to toe. It it for the ON
spoelOo purpose. For o'r-nlars giving full
n form ati ion, address Cheever KleotrioBell
Co.. 103 Wa.riinvtoii atreet. Ohicar . III.
donee, canning Premature Deoay, Nervous
Debility, Lost Manhood, etc having tried
in vain every known remedy, hsa discovered
a simple solt.oure, which he willsend FKKE
of his iellow sufferers. Address
O J. MASON,
Pest Office Box 3l7it. New York city.
Grand AUCTION SALE
Of ( bolce (iplected Imported
At Union Hindi YnnlN, Mrniphle,
Weu.i6urty, Nov. 17, 1886.
(Sale Begins Promptly at 13 0'elcck.)
TniSIinportalion of Uolstoin Cattlo has
been made byua un. lor the aunpioes of
"The North Amari.an lloltein llcrd Book
Association," as foundation stock for fine
herds in tho South eateren States, and em-'
braces onlysu h animals as have for their
sires and dams the most superior milk and
butter reoords to be found in North llnlland.
The entire impo'tntion hts hcon registered
in the " North Holland Herd Book of Hol
land." and will also be rngistorod in "The'
North Aiuerioan Herd Book of America,"
embracing 56 Heifers in Colt' by finest Hol
land liulis. Also, a general assortment of
Ann young Bulls, ready lor service, lieifer
and Bull Calves of spring of 1X86, and grown
Cows from 4 to 5 roars oid. A complete cat
alogue is now In press, giving full pedigree
and milk and hut'er records conneoted with
each animal. These cattle have been shipped
direct from Holland to the Union btock
Yards, and will arrive between the 1st and
7th of November, where purchasers pan In
spect tho same. No animal will be disposed
ol at private sale, but parties who attend the
sale may rely npon eaoh animal being put
np and sold as advertised, streetcars now
run to within three blocks of Stook Yards.
A DAMSON A RON ALDKON, Importers.
"For Catalogues or information addresa
ft. V. KAMBAUT, President Union btook
Yards and Fertiliser Company.
CURTIS 1 CO.
817 mul 819 ST. LOUIS,
N. Second Stj aiissouBa
SAW ill 1 1 LS
W00D-W0RXINQMP.H lit; RI
LOGGERS' & RAFf ERt'JLP. LiiL Jtl
SAW AND PLANIfcQ IVTILL SUPPLIES
4T- WIHTK POIl CATALOGUE.
CORRUGATED IRON SID1NB
And Iron Roofla
f" 1 1 .i iliT r-n
l ire, Wind. Wntrr ami I lhlnln
lrot. Huiulilo fur all kinds of buildings.
For prices and estimates a Ifaotory rates
call on or address
MEMPHIS METAL Jt WOOD MP Q CO.,
4W 440 Main st., and 21 & Mulborry it.,
I Iteadquartera tor Iron Feneri and Cresting,
j Uaivanisediron Cornioo.TialUols i stoves.
KANtryACTPnEr.B or "AiLKiiS1 .
FLOYD & CO.
(criEsswRS to;c. v. kbicB),
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Setsin Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
sr Asienia for the celebrated CIRCISHOOD TITRIFICD CHINA, apreiaUjr
danlfd for Hl,l. Hqrint Bncl Wnihom,-tw
I1POLI0H HILL, PmldeBt. ' W.5.TnUx5,Tlwa-d4eii.
If V TVW .an li
WBI 1 6KHBBAL riBJI ABB USUI BUBIVIM.
A QUARTER OF A HILUON'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
S. TCKTrKNHTIlf, fK. L COU a JAMIS KKUXT, flWW L0AO
B. MANSFIMLD. D. . KTU1S. W. B. BlUUtXlu t
Ofce lO MatUsnn Street, Memphis, Teiiii
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Kugliies, Haclilncry or All DemorlptloRK,
Tfn. 332 STOs-mT RT TVfETVTPFTT TF!WW,
HILL, FONTAINE I CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
S2JO-JS93 Front St., MempMi, Tens
BILL, FONTAINE i 00,
Cotton Factors. Commission iefebants.
Mo. 11G Bntli Slain St.. 3. Xmnia.
2G6 Front Street, :
L. D. MULLIN8, of lata J. R. Godwin A Co. JAB. YONGK, lata of J. W. Caldwell A fJ
MULLIKS &' TONGS,
Cotton Factors fiGommlssion ierchants
No. 1 Howard's Row, (kr. Front and fin inn, Memphis.
Confections, Olaces, Nougat Caramels, French Fruit GIacs,
Cream lion lions, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Bon lions. Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Ton can find these goods " AT RETAIL," In any quantities, at '
Tho Feters & Sawrie C-j.'s Retail E tJiblisliiacnt,
o. i:t Jtrti'crtaou Klrcel, Opposite Their Factory.
These are the finekt Confortions that the Memphis Public have ever had tha opportunity
to p Irchare.
'Tryrir "IVw Orcmn I.oaf" "Dellj?Ioni."-S8
8. N. ESTES,
(HC VEVBOKS TO E8TES, DOAIf c CO.)
ITLolenale Grocers and Cotton Factors
Wos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tesx
Sole Aaonta for tha following First-Class Instruments:
STnSTWA-Y and KNABE
PIANOS.-Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and VYheelock.
OBGAiv- Clsugh & Warren, and Smith American.
trA KEW 7-OCTAVE PIANO FOR I90.-M '
Writa for Cxtalngnaa. Vo. 221 aill aa.l Neoonil MrOi. WlJirIl.
W. B. B1VI.I.OKT.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Coiuiiiissiosii Meclinnts,
372 & 374 Front St.e ("or. 3ajosr, Mcniphit , Tcnn.
(SUCCESSORS TO 9
Lager Beer, Cider,
"""' wier of nil flavors,
"rlKt CIUKK, In Barrels and Half Ba.rrela. a ai.eeialtl.-Bei
So. g08 Front Street
J. C. KEELY.
a H. BROOKS.
GROCERS, CO TTON MOTORS,
' And'CommiHsion Merchants,
$. 3C7 lront Street, : 51enilil, Teuu.
: McnipliiN, Teiiii,
W. B. DOA5.
W. J. CRAWFOKII,
I.OKD1 DIEIIL), .
AND BOTTLEKS OF
and XXX Bell-Hat dinner Ale.
H. M, NEELY