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FROM OYm THE SEIS.
Between Colotiitta Vflio Did Not Like
the Tax Af.lian BtbellioE
London. Nvembfr 23. Advices
fiom Dorbao, Nuvenbr '.'d, aUtetbtt
a general end apparently bucwstui
reyolt is in p ogretB among ttie nativ; s
against tne r )rta)in-se autnonuea m
Boutheatt Afr ca. An American mis
sionary, the Rev. Mr. Wilcox, arrived
in Durban from the Poriiuueee settle
ment on tb ta t coait. absve the
Transvaal. H s reports are as follows:
The E&tivni st Inhambane. a rjrtu
eues port, 210 milw above Delagoa
bay, roeo np agaimt Por ogneee taxa
tion act! murdered tne uouecior. uo
Ontohi-r i.3d a buttle wa foaaht be
tween 8000 Portuitu-ae nd frierjdlr na
tives on the one tide ana u,uuu ncs-
tiln natiTM on the otber. lne rortu
guese were defeated and ronted, and
the loss on both ioa is estimated at
9000 men. Mr. Wi cox says that the
Governor of Mozamb!qae has gone
into the country to endeavor to eup-
Jress the revolt, and save the port of
ohambane from falling into the
bands of the insurgents. The town
wai barricaded when the missionary
last heard from it, and the women and
children had been removed to ships
lying in the roads'etd. The entire
country around about the town hal
already been abandoned by the Porta
eueee. and arrangements had been
made to remove the population of In
hambane out to tea if the hostile na
tives attacked the town in force.
Ike Ameer's T rasas Defeated,
Bombay, November 23. A party of
merchants, who have arrived bere
from Ghuini, report that the Ghilnis
have beaten the Ameer of Af
ghan etan's troops. They also say that
the rebellion is etui rapidly spread
ing under the influence of religioui
fanatics, who lead the insurgents.
Many of the Ameer's troops arelalso
loining the rebels, owing to the hon
orable reception given to the mem
bers of the British-Afghan Boundary
Commission by the Ameer, which
gave rise to the suspicion that be in
tended to yield to British occupation,
The Frees Dells-hied With the Treat
ment ol liaalbars.
Bbbun, November 23. The entire
pres of Germany expresses delight
over the leportof the government's
refusal to as ume the protection of
tne Kuesians in isuignna on tne occi-
ion of Gen. Kaulbais's departure It
is officially doriied here tbat the Ger
man Consul at Sofia refused to take
the Rus.'iar s remaining in Bulgaria
after Gen. Kanibars's departure under
Uerman protection wben requested to
do so by the retiring agent. The
official denial etatea that what hap
pened was tbis: ibe Russian Gov
ernment asked Germany if the official
' who remained at Sofiia in charge of
the Russian archives might, in case
of necesiity, ak the German Consul
to protect Russian subjects, and Ger
many replied "yen."
The Cbnrrh and Politics.
London, November 23. The Rev.
Joseph Parker, D D , pastor of the
City Temple, publishes a letter oppos
ing the Inclusion of the Liberal party
platform in a plank favoring dises
tablishment. He says that to advo
cate disestablishment just now would
be suicide for the Liberals. "All the
English aristocrats to a man would
join the Conservatives," continues the
clergyman, and be adds: "Until the
whole country is educated to the fact
that disestablishment to the church is
the same as emancipation is to the
slave, disestablishment will be impos
sible. This educaiion cannot be
hastened. A party programme which
should include at the same time home
rule, free education, disestablishment
and the dismantling ot titanic land
lords would be the sheerest madness.
The establishments of tyrannies and
monopolies are already dead in argu
ment, and only await the solemn and
invitable issue of time. To have
gained all this should at present
satisfy the Liberal teachers. If tbey
insist on having more today or tomor
row they will defeat themselves by in
sisting on wnat is impossible.
A Royal Babe Cnmei a Big; Fas.
London, November 23. A great
scare was caused throughout the West
End this forenoon by firing of cannon
in fct. James Paik to celebrate the
birth of the Q leen's new grandchild.
A dense fog was prevailing at the
time and fjrabi'e the detonations
were believed to bs those of some
She Bass Iter Fa. her for Slander.
London. November 28. Mrs. Mil
dred Adams instituted a suit for slan
der against her father, Lord Chief
Justice Coleridge, because of hints in
ner conduct towards her husband.
Charles W. Adams, that the latter
bad managed to assume improper re
lations witn ner Deiore marriage in
order to secure atr band and lortune.
Amended Be) aa loCeninre KtaMin,
Pkth, November 23. It is stated
that under pressure from the German
and Polish members of the Austrian
delegation the Budget Committee re
sort has been amended so as to con
tain a censure of Gen. Kaulbars and
to make less emphatic the passage re
ferring to the peaceful character of
the relations -between Austria and
A Jumi. Aaargeatlon.
lions, November 23. In a green
book just issued by the government it
is shown tbat Count hi Robitan, Min
ister ot foreign ADairs, has sent a cir
cular letter to eacn of the powers as
suring them all that Italy is desirous
of a European concert te maintaia
peace on the basis of the Berlin treaty
and the independence of the Balkan
States. The green book states that in
a recent conversation witn eir k.
Savillo, British Ambassador to Rome,
Count Di Robitan said that it was im
moral lor a great power to morally
support a small power unless prepared
to furnish the material for sapport
men the small power needed lb
Constantinople, November 23.-
uen. &anlbara will remain bere a
Rome, November 23. Bishops Jeane
ano Ireland, of the United States,
nave arrived here.
Viinna, November ?3. All the
Russian steamers on the Danube have
been ordered to proceed to Odessa.
LoDON,November 23. John Macb
Phereon and the other imprisoned
Skye crofters were liberated on Satur
. Sofia, November 23. M. Karaveloff
and M. ZinkrQ will soon leave Si fi
They have already obtained Russian
Rome, Novmfcer 23. Mgr. S ra
nino, ie bea er tf the beretta ti Car
dinal Gibbans, is expected at the,Yati-
Birlin, November 23. The rerort
that Gen. B onsxrt vm Schellend irf
had res'gntd the (ffi:e of Prustitn
War Minuter is decitd.
London, November 23. The offices
of tbe Uni ed States legation and Con
eulate G-neral were closed jetteiday
as a mark of re'pect for the late
Santiago, November 23. The flags
of tbe different legations were hoisted
at half mat yesterday on the receipt
of the official no'ica of the death of
Pabis, November 23. The office of
French Minister resident in Tonauin
vacant through the death of M. Paul
Bert, has been ottered to M. Ravnol
a former cabinet Minister.
Sofia, Nevember 23. Eleven of
the Russian Consuls have left Bul
garia, Tbe French Congo! here will
protect Russian subjects, the German
Uonsul baying re I used to do so,
BnD88BLS,November 23 The Senate
and Chamber of representatives today
agreed to consider a bill making it
compulsory for a cititsn to enter the
military service at the age of 20 years.
London, November 23. The fact
that the Russians in Bulgaria have
been placed undor French protection
is regarded m European capt'ais
signifying that the triple alliance is
Dublin, November 23 The troop
at ha Ourragh of Kildare. A hlom a
Dublin have been reinforced and have
baen ordered to be in readiness for
civil and military duty daring the
London, November 23. The British
resident at Aden, in behalf of th
Booibay Government, has annexed
the important island of Socotis, it. tbe
Indian ocean, and hoisted the. British
Aden, November 23. The natives
of Ambada have massacred the cap
tain and seven of the crewofthe
French man of war Penguin. The
captain and his men had landed to
obtain water for the ship.
Tikn Taw, November 23. LI Hung
Chang presided at the formal opening
ol tbe experimeutai line ot the Da-
cauvell railroad, lhe occasion was
attended with great ceremony and the
line wa3 operated successfully.
Pabis, November 23. The Petit
Journal dwells strongly on the value
of an alliance between Russia and
France. Against such an alliance
says the Petit Journal, England would
be impotent and Germany would be
Pabis, November 23. Tbe Italian
faster. Merlatti, is still vivacious, but
he sutlers irom pains in tbe stomach
and has terrible dreams at night. Ue
has deci ed not to repeat the experi
ment even if be succeeds in accom
plishing bis task
PABis,November23. As the French
transport Bienboa wps leaving Toulon
today for Tonquin, the crews of the
several Russian vessels in the barbnr
manifested their sympathy with
France by dipping their colors to the
Bienhoa and cheering.
London. November 23. The Eirl of
Carnarvon publishes a letter in the
Timet defending the present govern'
ment and strongly approving the
transfer of Sir R. G. C. Hamilton from
the pest of Under Secretary for Ire
land to a Colonial Governorship.
London, November 23. Princess
Beatrice, wife of Prince Henry of Bat
tenburg and youngest daughter of
Queen Victoria, has given birth to a
son. Both the mother and son are
doing well. Lord Randolph Church
ill was the Minister in attendance at
Pabis. November 23. Sir Charles
Dilke, in an interview with a reporter
ol the tigaro, in relation to the Craw
ford divorce case, said he had proved
to his friends that he wai the victim
of a conspiracy, and he would public
ly prove the truth ol this cbargs in
another suit, which he would shortly
Dring to eatBDUsa nis innocence,
Santiago, November 23. Telegrams
from Buenos Ayres state that cholera
exists there, but not to aa alarming
extent. Xhe government has ordered
the Provincial Governors to suspend
all communication between their re
epective territories and the Province
of Buencs Ayres, end has ordered
other precautionary measures to be
Dublin, November 23. The anni
versary of the execution o( Alien Lsr-
kin and O'Brien at Manchester in
18B7 was objerved here today. A pro
cession marched to G'asnevin Ceme
tery, where wreaths were placed upon
the graves of the martyrs. Other
Fenian monuments were visited, in
cluding tbat of O'Donnell, fhe slayer
ot carey, tne rnemx rark informer,
London, November 23. Tbe Stand
ard, referring to the snnnlntmnnt nf
sir Kooeri uamuton to tne Uovernor-
... v. . . .P ... . r.rr
ship of Tasmania, to which office is
attached a salary double that which
he received as Under-Secretary for
Ireland, considers this a sign that Sir
. , i 1 it i r , t , ,
Michael Hicks-Beach is weak and ir
resolute. The Chief Sscretarv. it save.
should have dismissed Sir RobeJt be
London, November 23. It is as
serted that Count Kalnokv's second
decisive statement concerning the
close nature of the Austro-German
alliance was directly suggested by
Prince Bismarck, as a hint to Russia.
A dispatch from Mandalav eavs tbat
tneanan country is tne scene of much
fighting and anarch v, and that friendly
natives are appealing to the British
Bates or Laat Nprlna
Nsw Yob. November 23. In ac
cordance with the agreement signed
by the representatives of the express
companies yesterday, the classification
rates of last spring were restored on
all tbe lines today. At the offices of
the Adams Express, the American, the
Baltimore and Ohio and the other
large companies, full rates for the
West and other points are nowebarged
on all express matter the same as be-
lore the cut.
Fear Cenvleta Escape.
PmrgBCBO. Pa.. Novembnr 23. A
Huntington (Pa.) special aav-i: Wm.
Walker. Samuel Shetram, John Carry
(colored), and Jno. Fremont, four
notorious characters, the two former
waiting trial for burglary and train
wrecking, and the two latter for riot.
escaped from iail this morninir at an
early hour by breaking tbeir cell
locks and quarrying their way
through the main wall with an iron
bedpost. This makes the ninth jail
delivery that has occuned in two
years, and twelve persons who have
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALWEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24,
REGARDING THE FUNCTIONS OF
AN Ml'OttTAX I' ORGAN,
Which the Public Know
Little, Worth; Careful ton
To the Editor of tbe Scienliflo American
Will you permit us t) make know
to tbe public the fat ts we liave learned
during toe paste'gut yt-arp, concern
ingdi-orders of trie human kidney
and the o'gins which diseased kid
neys so easily biek down? You are
conducting a scientific paper, and are
nnprtiuaicea except in lavnr ot truth
It is needle's to say, no med'eal j ur-
nai oi code s auurng would adm
these lactj, lor vfy obvious reasons.
h. n Warner aco..
Proprietor! of "Warnnr'. Sf Cum."
Ibat we may emuhas n aud clearlv
explain the relation the kidneys sus
tain to the general health, and how
much is dependent upen them, we
propose, metaphorically epeaking, to
take one from the human oody, place
in ins wasn dowi Deiore us, and ex
amine it for the pubic benefit.
You will imagine tbat we have be
fore us a body shaped like a bean
smooth and glistening, about four
inches in length, two in width and one
in thickness. It ordinarily weighs in
the adult male about five ounces, but
is somewhat ngbter in the female.
small organ? yon sav. But under
stand, the body of the average sizs man
contains ten quarts of blood, of which
every drop passes through these filters
orcewers, as tbey may be called, many
limes a day, aa of en is tbroogh
the heart, making a compleie
revolution in three minutes. From
the blood they separate the waste ma
terial, working away steadily night
and day, sleeping or waking, tireless
is the heart itseit, and fully of as much
vital importance; removing impurities
from sixty-five gallons of blood each
hour, or about forty nine barrels etch
day, or 9125 hogsheads a year 1 What
a wonder tbat tbe kidneys can last
any length of time under this prodigi
ous strain, treated aud neglected as
they are f
we slice tbis delicate organ open
lengthwise with our knife, and will
roughly descnoe its interior.
We nod it to be of a reddish-brown
color, soft and easily torn ; filled with
hundreds of little tubes, short and
thread-like, starting from the arteries,
ending in a little tuft about mid
way irom the outside opening
into a cavity of considerable
s'u, which is called the pelvis
or, roughly speaking, a eac, which
is for the purpose of holding tue wa'er
to further undergo purification before
it passes down irom here into the ure
ters, and so on to the outride of the
body. These little tubes art th? filters
which do their woik automatically,
and r'ght bere is where the disease of
tbe kidney first brgins.
Doing tbe vasi amount of work
which they are obliged to. from the
slightest irregularity in our habits,
from cold, from high living, from
Btimulants, or a thousand aud one
other causes which occur every day,
they. become somewhat weakened in
their nerve force.
What is the result? Congeston or
stoppage of tbe current cf blood in
the small blood vessels surrounding
them, which become blocked: these
delicate membranes are Irritated : in
flammation is set up, then pus is
formed, which collect) in the pelvis or
sue; the tabes are at first partially,
and soon are totally, unable to do
tbeir work. The pelvic eac gees on
distending with this corruption, press
ing npon the blood vessals. All this
time, remember, the blood, which is
entering the kidneys to be filtered, is
passing through this terrible, disgust
ing pus, for it cannot take any otber
Stop and think of it for a moment
Do you realize the importance, nay
the vital necessity, of having the kid
neys in Older? Can you expect when
they are diseased or obstructed, no
matter how litt'e, that you can have
pure blood and escape disease 7 It
would be iuft as reasonable to expect.
it a pestbouse were set across Broad
way and countlens thousands were
compelled to ga through its pestilen
tial doors, an escape from contagion
and disssse as for one to expect the
blood to escape pollution when con
stantly running through a diseased
Now, what is the result? Why,
that the blood takes up and deposits
this poison as it sweeps along into
every organ, into every inch of muscle,
tissue, bVh and bone from your head
t3 your feet. And whenever, from
herednary lcnuence or otherwise.
some part of the body is weaker than
another, a countless train of diseases
is established, such as consumption in
weak lung"; dyspepsia, where there Is
is a delicate stomach ; nervousness,
insanity, paralysis or heart disease in
those who have weak nerves,
The heart must coon feel lhe effects
of tbe poieon, as it requires pure blood
to kep it in right action. It increases
its stroke in number and force to com
pensate for the natural stimulus want-
ng, in its endeavor to erowd the im-
ntirA htnifl Ihrnnoh Vi i a nVtal vnnflnn
causing pain, palpitation, or an out oi
breath feeling. Unnatnral as this
forced labor is, tbe heart must soon
falter, becoming weaker and weaker
until one day it suddenly stops, and
death from apparent "heart disease"
is tbe verdict.
But the medical profession, learned
and dignified, call theee diseases by
nigh sounding names, treat them
alone, and 'patients die. for the
arteries are carrying slow death to the
affected part, constantly adding fuel
brought from these suppurating, pus
laden kidneys, which here in our
wash bowl are very putrefaction itself,
and which should have been cured
But this is not all the kidnevs have
to do ; for you must remember tbat
each adult takes about seven pounds
of nourishment every twenly-fonr
hours to supply the waste of the body
which is constantly going on. a waste
equal to the quantity taken. This,
too, the kidneys have to separate
from the blood with all other decom
iJut you say, "My kidneys are all
ight. I have no pain in the back."
Mistaken man I People die of kldnev
disease of so bad a character that the
organs are rotten, and yet thev have
never there had a pain nor an ache I
Why T Because the disease begins.
as we have shown, in the interior of
the kidney, where there are few
nerves of feeling to convey the sensa
tion of pain. Why th a is so we may
never know. When you consider
their great work, the delicacy of their
structure, the ease with which they
are deranged, can you wonder at the
ill health of 6ur men and women?
Health and long life cannot be ex
pected when so vital an organ is im
paired. No wonder some writers
say we are degenerating. Djn't
you see the grfat, the extreme
importance of keeping this machinery
in workicg order ?Conld the finest
engine do evtn a fr.c-io-a! rartrf
thii work, without at eut-.ou from the
eiig neerT Don t JO'i see hnw dsn
gtrous this hidden uiserse i? It is
lurking ab mt us eor stmtly witiout
givirg any indication nf its presence,
Tbe mt ikiilful p' ys'u iirs cnnot
detect it at times, f r the kidneys
iLemst-lves cauan ue txaimued by
any meat s which we nave at our cm
ma, id. Even an analgia nf the water,
chemically and in'cro.-ioi;clly,r-vea,B
no'hingdt unite in maty css, even
when the kidneys are tab iy broken
Tbfn look nut fjr them.es disease
no matter where euna ed, o U3 per
cent , as shown by a icr di-a h exami
nations, bus its origin in the breaking
down of these secreting tubes in the
interior of the kidney.
As yon value health, us yon desire
life free from s ckocss and suffering,
give tbese orgaos some attention,
Keep them in good condition and thus
prevent (as is easily done) all di- eese,
Warner's Safe t'U'e, as it becomes
year after year better known for its
wonderful cures and its power over
the kidneys, has dore ai.d is doing
mors to increase the average duration
of life than all the physicians and
medicines known. Warner's Safe
Cure is a pure specific, mild but cer
tain, harmless but energetic and
agreeable to the taste.
Take it when sick as a cure, and
never let a month go by if you need
it. without taking a few bottles as
preventive, tbat the kidneys may bs
kept in proptr order, me o ocd pure.
that health and long Ufa may be your
blessing. h. h. warnxr a oo,
"I ELL THE PRESIDENT
Ana Harmless aad Woa't Hart
Hlm"-Bcbaler, tbe Craak.
Nw Yore. November 28 The
Newt says that while President Cleve
land's carriage wps waiting for him at
the curb, the President having fol
lowed the remains of ex-Preeident
Arthur into the Grand Central depot.
a young man drrswd in a tided cot
fastened across his breast by a wooden
pin and wearing a faded brown hat,
worked his way through the police
lines and eteppsd np on the wheel
beside the driver and reporter. Hand
ing his caid to tbe reporter, he said:
"Will yon please g;ve th-s to M
Cleveland and tell him I won't hurt
him." The reporter read tbe card
and saw the name "Naihan Schuler,
Rondout, N. Y." It was the crank
who was arrested at the Albany Bi
centennial for an alleptd attempt
upon tbe lite ot the rreemenr.
"What do you want with the Presi
dent ?" asked the reporter.
"I want to tell him tba: I am harm
less. I am the man who was arrested
at Albany, but I did rot ,int to shoot
him. I am a friend of bis and would
not hurt him. Please give him that
card and tell him so, will jou." Here
the President's face apptared at the
Nr,w York Central depot djor aud
Sjhnlor became more importunate.
An r tiles1 r pulled him aw iy from the
carriage and he rau around to tbe
other side and tried to clinib upon the
seat. Superintendent Mu ray's atten
tion was called to him tad he sent
Deteciive O'Connor after Lim. but tbe
fellow siW the commotion among the
officers and ran away. From the depot
President Cleveland drove to tha Fifth
Avenue Hotel. Many card were as nt
up but only a few pers'ini were re
ceived, among them Mayor Grace.
The Presidential party left for Wash
ington at 3:45 o'c'ock.
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4 predlirt-Atfd foot! for Dv-iltti, Cantm.
live. iiuntalrM.'4-iit !. Pnrfful iitrirl In all
tvauttinir diwuiM!. Kf(iitrcg no Miint.
Wre umt Kw-llnif of Infanta," MAM J VHKR.
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Kerrville Hotel at Public Sale
ON NaTCRDlY, NOV. 47, lSHt, AT
II a m nt KKKKVILI.K, on the V.N.
rid M. V. K.R , twenty niilei from Mm-
Ehit, bhelb; county. Tenn., I vill tall to ttta
i(thet bidder, the lintel aud i"iuiei. eon
lifting ol 7 fift-lnOnorel bel-in.intto tha Karr
villa Hotel Company, haul Mitel la s Iwo
tory frame buildlnm haa II nomi bastdea
kitcnon, imnlry, aarvanta' no in moks
houae, atabte, and othar out-building-a,-a
lame paed Harden and a tun wall at t'ts
duor, and i a Ana buiineaa aimi being the
only hotel in the town.
TKllMei One half aaah: tht balrtnoe In
twelve month!, with intercut: bind with ap
proved aeenrtty will be renuirer. and a lien
ratainel until the nnr hano inoiey li paid,
iiy order o tne uoard.
J. II. MoDnNLD.Peiretary,
Muatof thedljieVwhiohtiii tm-md Arwuriitin'
jioauihki u AUisortiHrwaconditiuiiw vii w
t or all oomttUinU of ttilt klml, mb u Toryidit jr of
tba Liver, HiIioubumm, NnrvouH DyipiiA, litJi"-
tioo, lrniriilarUjr uf tb bowala, (JoiiAiip-vtum, lf'UUi
emuj, KruotAtiona and burning Hwimach
lumt-urani cailea lUMtrUmni), Miunia, mnimnm.
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Bloodj Flux, CtnlU aud I-a-v.t, brea-oona gent,
Kxliauntioa boiorti ur aiter 1 (Jlinudp Diar
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thm LIUaTR RTHMAru .nl naUUfcL
oharLf( tuu couiuWioa Lrtrrn a waiy, jviUm tinny.
to a ruddy, halthjr color. It entirely nttwrm lw,
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ui' I'ltiitf of Uut HUnL mmd vatuaU tonr.
For aale by all Urusiriats. Prtoa 1 .00 P bottle.
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40 SO. FRONT ST.. Philadelphia, Pa.
IT will bs meney oared to any lady con
templating the purohaM of a Sowing-Ms
ohlne in the next ninety dy to oall and get
prioeiofthe Liaht-RunntDI SK HOME
and tee their la'eat improvement, 'be Auto
mata Bohhln Winder, wbiob plaoei the
HONK gereral yeari ahead of any
machine now lneths Barktt.l
New.IIome SewlnplUchlae Co.,
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the Domii.e r.voht. for di lug
the hair rtrAurtng color wbn
f'rar. and rr.v.uiing lndnift.i
b oinM toe eoaip, tope a-e
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Park. Koomi larae
f!onvnter to ajtr.
to Hanbattan Beach,
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110 to Aew Aora piaoai 0' aaaaeuenw
W. A. GAGE & CO.
STo. SOO Front Street, I Hcmnhla, Team
EDWARD MOON & CO.,
HWS. H and 10 UNION STKKF.T. ... MF.MPITIN. TEW HL
AJTWUnr BTBlfAJBT, Haw Orlaajbs.
IADt P IIY) F r 0 Pfl
oil I. DHi i 1L K UU..
IO.SM AHD S59 FHOHT irXHEET, HEMFBia, TZ3JU
STEUART BROTHERS & C0HPAIH
COTTON F1CT0SS AND COMMISSION 1EKCHANT8,
HEW ORT.KAWA, ItHIHIAIf AJI
J. A. BAILKT.
J. A. BAILEY & GO,.
330 Second (Street, Memphis.
A tAKB ANb 00MPI.BTB STOCK OF
u. x matarmia. rnmna. tirive w,n,t iron
aw amu ruiua-nu. watt.t.
EC3TS, Sash, Blinds, Holding, Lur
isxa ana ntungiw, mooring, Veiling uni CMArrfeOr
i i. ' - ' isrliSa7..i 1 1 m, s .SaJsMatMaasWaWal
FADER, FRANK & CO.
891 Front Street, fppol.'nwim HonitA.
f . 9. imr.
J. T. FARGASON & CO.
uTiGlcnalo Grocers & Cotton Factor?:,
Sf 9 Troat Street, If emphia, Tea en.
OsMsa eenilgie to a U1 hare sir earefnl attsntlea. We sarry st all Hatsi a wssV
eleeted I Leek ol
Stapls L Fancy Grscsrios, VVinos, Liquorsjobacts & Clganv
will -!? mm
P. ft. AUtTOIf.
ALSTOi'J, l&URY & CO.
AndCommlBlon MercbaatM Daj, Corn,Oat, Bran, Chop Feed, Oil Meal,
Lime, Cement, I'luter, llulldlug and Fire Brick, Ktc.
Cor. Front and Union. 1 Howard's Row, Memphis.
A. VACO ARO & Oo
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALEHS,
Notu I7S AND ISO FB017T STREET, MEHPZH3L
(RVOVKNSORS TO M. Im
275 Itfain RtrU Opp. foort Kinr. Htmphla.Tnn.
Coltoa Factors, Ulioloxio fkczm,
IT. 11 TTnlAn Dtreet.
M. 0. PKARCI.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts,
No. 280 FROST STREET" MEMPHI3. TENN.
I OataeeiWaMlaoasA-r(M ;m ajsd M VJliraM
HIDES, FURS, Etc.
tt. I. WITT.
PLUMBKR8. OAS AND 81 RAM F1TTKK
Ia.l and ftone Vine, (1 Kltnre, fllnhe., Ktf
A. A. T AAKIB.
Law aa th I nmt.
II. II. HAFBT,
l-KE), JOBBtKlH OF
t t Htanbl, Tenn.
jona h. MoCI.KU.AN.
I ibduw d. airrm, h..
CAPITAL PRIZE, $I50,C00.
" We do qprtify that W4 mumtvim (A
arranyrmentt for ail the Monthly and Vvv
ttrly IJratcinfi of th Lovuiana ikai Lotitrjf
Company, and in pron manage and contrm
tht l)rtnmg them$ehei and tUttf the tarn mn
owii'ifirfrd tri( knrty, nirnefi, and in good
fatih toward all parttt, and IC4 autkorit tk
of our ttgnature attached, m tts mdntrti
IF., tht umdrmcnM, Bonla and Banker,
mil fin all Pritn dram in Tk Loniiianm
Ntaf Lutttntt mate nay b primed at aw
M. II.Ol.r.NRT.Prra. I a. Kal'l Bank.
J.W.KIe.HRRTII,Prs.Ntat Nal'l Rk
A. BALDWIN, Prw, N, o. Hat. Bfc.
UXTRECKDEMK1) ATTRACTIOJf I
Over Uulfa Million DlHtrlbitod.
Louisiana Slute Lottery Co.
Incorporated In lHtil for twenty-ore rear
br the Luiflatura (or Gduoatlonal anA
Cnartuble parpotat-wtth a oapital of II,
(aiO,U) towhloh a raaerre fund ot OfarVVSO.
OUO haa (inoe been added.
By an OTerwhalmini pncalu rou lu
fVanohiie wai made a nart of the DreaentSt&t.
CsnitltotloD, adopted December Id, A.D.
Its Hraed Nlncle Naaabar Draw.
laas will take iilaca monthly, h mtmtr
w po.tiwiw. Look at the fullowlns
IWttla C1RAKD MONTHLY.
ol Muilo, New Orleani,
In the Academy
Tuesday. Dreruibvr 14. Inn.
Under the pefaonal auiiervitton and man
Oen.O.T. Raiirpiard,nri,oulalaoa, and
Wcai. Jubal A. fcnrly.uf Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
M-NOTICK-TlckeU are Ten lullrs
ouly. JJulvea, Vil. rifthi,
LIST OK l'HIZKS.
1 Capital Trite of. IIMI.OOO
1 Orand Prite of. NV. fO,(i(iO
1 Urand l'rue of. SUM'M . a),(HiO
SI Lame Prima of. Ill, (Ml 20,0110
4 Larue Priiet of. &,) 2n,tai0
ai l'maa of. 1,(K) ai.iiirj
W Priet of. (im a,(0
1(10 Priiaa ol A) l,t10
Priiaa of ) Itumo
6(10 Priiaa of. till Kii.iiin
1000 I'riaei of. tl 60,utj .
100 Approximation Priaea of t'')... 30,(100
100 AiM-roii mitiiin Priiea of 1K1... lii.tma
100 Ai'proxiiuation Priiaa of 75... T.VIO
2270 Priiea, amounting tn ''i:,MiQ
Aiipnoation lor ratal to cluLi huuld bs
made only te the offloe of the Conioanirat
for further Information write sinarty.
i. full addropi. FONT A I. N T t'ti. K
ir.aa iHoner Orrlera, or Now York Kinhanrrs
In ordinary letter. Curranoy by Kxpreit (a
our sxpenae), aduraaaod
M. A. DAI IM15S,
Kir Orlnaua, I a.
lr H. A. lAI'lllli,
oi at WHt(tourttr., n'ipbis, Trim
Mtik P. O. Moiif jr Orders payaufa
aud atlili ess Kojr intored Lottern to
NKW OKI.KANN NATIONAL BANK,
Now llrlnna. I.n.
Queatlon li engaging our agricultural son
mnnlty. - Maori. K. . CKAIU A CO., N. i.
7 and Union itreet, MemphU. Tanu
are dally la reoelyt of .
port on growth la direniBed erujiplBg
oorn, oati, wheat, rye, barley, cereal , and
orohard, herdi, clover, tall meadow oat
graai and timothy trail
All tat wornoot ledrt lindi :aay bs re
palmed by lowing rye and olorer on them la
fall or Hiring, or lowing cow-pa aa In May.
June or July, thia turn onder, and 'SM
Improra the land.
IC. G. C'JIAIG at CO.,
Agricultural Implementi and Seed Deals a.
J. F. IIOLST & BUO.
(eUCClCHHORH TO U, H. HOIXT A BHO.
Ht, -r ' '7
-r -N' X'Ui
HIT! BEHOVED TO
Ho. 330) feECOND ST., MEMPHIS.
ATliLIi and eomplste itcok of Wood and
Wotalllo Jaiei and Caiaete, Cloth-Cer-ered
Caakatiand Bnrlal Kobea aJwayios
hind, sier Orderi by talrrna troaiutly
Adl ymt retnllor for (no Original (3 Hbaa,
llt-wnroof iMilUill'ina, i
Rona Genuine aulree bcurlug tblsMtajas.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE.'
fiAiru iirioioMlO(im imrcw
anrti. A IHMUil r.m I Hoot 90)
viu itruifl yon imuriTUggs
n iufwto 'tthl shuo ta
f buiioorlurritoij. g
Bans & Co;
41 Lincoln Be,
Thte anoo etnn1 htrrhT In thoeattmatton nt
BWtrere Uiau any oth,-r in llio worl.l. 1 how.
aaiul. who woult WlU louiou llu rv-ajoo u jos
J. W. VOEGELI & no.
Mil. D. H. JOILNSO.N'S
So, 17 Jeffornon Street,
(Between Main and Front.) MEMPHIS.
IR.tabllihed In lHrtO.I
DR.JOUNbdN li acknowledged by all par
tial interested aa by far the moat sue
oeiafnl phraician In the treatment!" prirate
or lecret duaaaei. Quick, ernianent caret
guaranteed in every oaae, male or female.
Kecent eaiei of (ionorrhea and byphilil
oured In a fw dayi without the one of mer
cury, change of diet or hindrance frost
buiineni. becondary Syrhilii. the laat re,
tige eradicated witbontthe me of nieronry.
Involunaary ton of teuton (topped in ibort a
time. KuDereri from Impotenoy or logs of
aeiual powora reitore to free rigor In s row
week!. Viotiiniofiell-abuae andexceiaire
renery, luflorlng from niermalorrhea nd
lonof phyiical and mental mwar, ipeedlly
and permanently cured. Particnlar attes
tion paid to the Diceaeai of Women, and
oorea guaranteed. Pilei and old lorei cured
without the ue of camtio or the knife. AH
eonaulwtoni itrlotly confldontial. Medl
otnei aent by eipreii to all parti oi the
iIerlorVlnenien enred at half thenis
ratei. Olnoenoura trom 8 o'clock a.m. to
ofdook p.m. D. B. J0UN60N, M.D. t
ns . . i. JaU