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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL (WEDNESDAY, APIUL 2 1. ISoJ.
THE DANMARK DAMNED-
AN ENGLISH SPEAKING! PAS3BNOEB
B ELATES AN IMPORTANT 8T0BY.
Conversation Amour the Offlosrs,
Which Prophesied the Disaster Own
ers of the Missouri Prepared to Btand
Incidental Financial Lou. .
Xfw York, April 23. Tboso of the
Panmark's passcnRors who were shipped
via the Pennsylvania Railroad from Phila
delphia for Now York, sixty odd, niter
midnight last night, arrived here in due
time this morning. They wore not re
quired to pans through Casllo Garden for
inspection, thn authorities at Philadelphia
having made all necessary examinations.
Most of the paascngors who caino luro do
parted for their homes, or the homos of
tholr friends in this cily, Urooklyn and
vicinity. A low whoso destinations wcro
elsewhere woro taken to the llotul Dan
mark at No. 84 Grveuwielt street.
Olaf Vuglund whs ono of the low Eur
lUh speaking penjilo in the party. IIo is a
florist and lius liven in America before. In
conversation with a reporter this morning
he mndo a statement which has not yet
appeared in print in connection with ilio
tuftualty. lie was told that his rumnrks
woro important and detrimental to tho
steamship company but he adhered to his
statement lie said that beloro the acci
dent occurred tho dato be could not ro
call, but thought it waa the llrat or socontl
of April one o( the Norwegian immi
grants told him thnt he had
OVKKIIKAMI A COM VKItSATIO
in tho officers! quarters. One of tho
ship's oll'icers had mid to the others in
the apartment that he thouttlit the vessel
would never reach New York. Her urn-
chiuery was In bad order and hail not re
ceived the rare it should have U-fore the
steamer sailed. Iier pumps worn broken,
anil in case of an accident would he found
of little service. "I'm afraid the liiin
mark," the ollicer is reported to have said,
"will moet the f.ito of the lieiser." The
(iriwr was a vetoed of the mi mo line sunk
off Nova Scotia by a collision with the
lhlncvalla about a year hpi.
: Wuglsnd further said that the vessel's
coal botes were atiro on two occasions bo-
fors her mschlnory gave out The first
fire occurred about 1 o'clock on the nlht
of the '.llth of March, and tho second
hout 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon of the
following day. The pawners heard of
both tin and showed niorn uneiuinewi
over tho comparatively slight stviiltinls
than when the veavd becamo totally Uia-
hlwd. U'uglund was loud iu his praise of
the captain uud crew of the steamer Mis
souri which rescued the Daiitnnrk's pas
DAi.TiMoac, Md., April 21 In speak-J
iiik ui any iiuum ihi iuea ivnuiiing iruiu 1110
throwing overboard of the Miwouri's cargo
in rescuing thepsa-ngcraot the Danmark,
Mr. lUkr-r, one of tlio owners ol the Mis
souri, states that he lis not enough par
ticulars at hand to deteruiluo the merits of
the case. "One thing in certain," said Mr.
lluker, "and that is that our company
will not chargo one cent for the trouble
csuwd by the actiou of Capt Murrell. Ho
wolves our approval for what ho did In
the sene of helping Ills fellow man. If it
should full to our lot to pay fur the cargo
thrown ovcrbnsrd to make room for per
lshiiiv men we will pay the bill without a
murmur. The cnunw of t'n.t Murrell is
approved on the same ground that It would
Lave been disapproved had he acbd dif
ferently. Had tie allowed IV HI iM-rena to
have gone down to death without having
done all in Ms vocr to s.ivo them he
would not only liavo been discharged irom
the service of the company, but would
iiave merited, and no doubt would have
received, the just condemnation o( all who
fool iulereatej in re uing those who sre
('apt. Hamilton MiitcII, the commander
of the Miwouri, now has the record of sav
ing more human l-piii.-a (mm death than
any master ol a ship in the punt. His case
waa oue of direct rvrop, ho having taken
7:15 persona from the liiiumsrk without
losing a tile and landing all saltly.
A 11 JUK AK.OU KIILI:C.
(apt. Marrell, mt the Sailor Steamer
rilit.AKKi.l-Hi. 1'a., April 21 "Oh,
dou'l call it noblo it was my duly, I'm
sure," said ('apt Hamilton Murreli, ss he
waa welcomed and congratulated st the
Maritime Kxchsiigo by I'residont Win.
Brock io this slU'tmion,
Capt Murrell has been llonind loan n
tent that It is simply sniaaing. Iong be
fore the hour of noon, which had ben set
for the public n o p'.lon, the spacious
rooms d! tlio en bangu and that still mom
spacious street In front of it contained
thoussiiils of peoph. of all sp sud of both
sexes, who had, in some innUuicen.tr.ivclcd
many miles to pay homer to the young
captain. The cheers which gn-eled tho
good n.iturcd and hi.in.nie master ss ho
entered the rtehaugo were deafening, snd
several minutes clnptud bcfure s voice
could be heard. It waa ciactly noon
when l'ntt ilnrrcll was catorUtl to a
commanding naiiion in the main hall of
the richange, and alien the enthusiastic
j . .....
umoniruiini iisj auliKKlud lor a ttio
tueiil ho waa introduce! by I'mildenl
i.rorklitio tho linmrnno I h roof present
i'iwni-1 Atinruer tiishsm then sti-pjw
to the rsptiun'a alio and rnanletl liir
with the onlv cold miil.il tfVt-r f-ivt.li tiv
Wis IViinvIviiia Humane Kamly. ft
wss a hnnd-ome erM-riiiicn of the gold-
us aotk, ami id pn mnliition
ty Mr. Graham, on India!! of the society,
was one ol the timet
nx ."no rr4ti kk or tub ocrAato.
In replying to tU biief speech of Mr.
Graham, ( nut Murn tl
"1 don't know hoa to llnd mrir.l. In d.ll
you how I t.l. I .uit In give mr clll.vrs
an t men the ct dit 1 r an act mhleli as
only a duty. There waa tioihing Iu role
aloul It It ,,nly an l.iiuti.hmn'a
duly, and I mlht U In the wme plight
mywll aime dy. I herewia nnthlug he
roic on my puru i on,y cmnhlrrvl tl,
ca.-go, and wi.cn human live rm i.i t.
savwl the cargo iu nolhing, thin tote it
!' IO gO.
Wheu the Captain bad Sokrn his few
word, and the iln tniu Iwil nlM.,l
there was a nu-h to gr,, hi hand, and
for ni urly an hour ,- khu.,k the bund iI
ii tin) cjuiiI gi t n nr inm.
Yici-'onnl lirs 'esierg.isrl, ol S(
w..t. ..wina., n n , I, ' ,1 J HIT l!,g
dipt in and aaiif, in a vi a lull .( cilm.
tion: "As Vui-Coniul of Su.-.t.
Norway at thla ix.rt I ..r A., .1 ....
J- . - - tm-
wlth the great and fc'orl.cn f.ut
inai uri'ler rroviuence von w re the hup
pT niiilium that saveif ien-r.il hundred
Kiidinarian and laur frum the III
futul steanmhlp Ilanmiiik, as well a'hr
captain and crew. Ills very pleaMut lor
all ol us here awicmblcd to wuW ouir ynu,
to know that yon, sir, proved tho right
man In the right place. And now allow
me, ss treasurer of Ibis I'.u luinge, on bo
ball of and la the name of the directors of
tne Aianuine l.ichange of l'luladeliihia,
in luiuier you an honorary membership
this Exchange, which please sccopt, and
rost assured that we shall be glad to see
you on this floor as often as It may suit
yuur convenience to call. '
After a few word ol thanks, Capt Mur
om was prcsonieu with a sprig ot Ivy
minim camo irom uostminatnr Abbey,
snd a boautifully bound mlnlaturo copy of
the Constitution of the United States.
A telegram from Fundi, Edye A Co.,
New York, as the representatives of the
Thingvallu Lino, addressed to Poter Wright
A Hons, waa road by President Brockio
and was cheered unstlntingly. It ran as
follows: "Kindly convey on the occasion
of his reception at the Mitritimo Exchange,
to Capt Murrell, on behalf o( the Thing
vails company, our heartfelt thanks for all
he has done for tho passengers and crew of
the ill-fated Danmnrk. Bettor than all
acknowledgment that Capt Murrell will
rocoiveand so abundantly is entitled to,
may be the feeling ha can onturtuin of
having, with Uod's help, been tho
medium of saving so much lifo and
nobly to have dono his duty to suf
fering humanity. It is no disDarauoment
of dipt' MurroU's deserts if we beg lonvo
to include in onr thanks tho entire crojv of
the Missouri, who have, from first to List,
so well assisted their commander in his
work of charity and love. Mav Clod snood
them all in their proceedings aud protect
them from similar disaster, even though
thoy should in time of need meet such no
ble friends as tho Dunmark f-jiinit."
After the reception at the Kxchsnirn had
been concluded, the Captain was taken to
the Mayor's otlice and was, by Mayor Fil
ler, iu a neat mid fitting speech, welcomed
te tho city. He wns introduced to the city
odicials and from all of them received tho
kindest words of nrulsu; but through it all
ho wss tho same blushing, modest and un
assuming young snd plain Capt Murrell.
Te He lieeornlee.
Corr.MiACK, April 23 King Christian
has intimated that ho will confer a decora
tion tiKn Capt Murrell, of the sUsnmur
Missouri, in reeounftlon of his services in
rescuing the Denmark's passengers.
BDT YOUB DRESSES TODAY
MENKEN'S SACRIFIOINO SALE
MILKS), DBKNS) WOODS, CIIALI-IS,
While Mulls, lawns aud OrgaHdlea.
Now is the tune, ladioa. to hnv vonr
drennoa you have nevor had such s splon-
um opiHinuuity. it is tbo season tshoit all
our stocks sro moat complete snd full, sud
our object In offering such stiiendous
in mains is 10 induce Uie public to buy
bilo the selections sro most attractive.
The following goods will be placed on ta
llies ami counters, so mat all may see
them and carefully examine them. As
imuul, til course tboan coming nnit linve
Url clioice, so come early Uxlay.
-til riai as all wool Henrietta ekith, silk
linii.li all new spring and suuiuier shdi:
the price every here Is J1.00 s yard, today
we will sell Uiom st tUu.
60 clccnnt silk conibinsllon Dress Pat
terns, eaeli different: tho rugular Price Is
f'.UUO. Today you can buy your choice
of theso 60 patterns st 112.00.
Ihree IU.rai.ln la S)ls4ar4 Sllka.
Av tc. colored "Faille Francnlse" worth
At i.c, blsck all silk niiadome and bluck
Lyons gioe grain eilk, of pure natural dye;
these goods would lie a bargain at f 1.2).
GXMt lis India tnlka, beautiful deaigna,
our own importation; price has been $X00
and $150, vou can buy tUui today (or
piiiaT iirii k or ALL I
Pfttvwnrrs Tndla Ttnon 1im An,
III inc. Imtmiinf Ii mirmlwa arnrili fnllv
. - - j i -
.'L- titalnv ntilv 1 1 to. AlujiriaM In.li. lin.
t .------ w..-. a-. a...-, i. mb. v. I III!
ens turn yellow in washing, the real
French good whiten wlUi each waahins
only ltc today.
il pKS-ea white I-awn with delicate col
ored hair stt I pes colors warranteil fast.
The g'Khla are worth 20c a vard. 1kIv
At ijc, lattice stniieil white lawn with
delicate Uut lie is tliu value.
aijilta FUI4 Mall.
Nsw P.N.KS "Psnlel Trentworthv," a
lain of the gieat Chicago lire; "IJiisI," by
MoTiitiu fos Mt Mpplncolt's,
1'otiular N-ieiic. IVii iirm'i l.a.:i..'a n.i.l.
gel. Popular sud bun. lay.
A i.l books sold at leas tlirtu publishers'
THE J. a MENK.EN COMPANY.
AwaralMt era r. Mailer A I Wilrk
lah lutai KlaWI.
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flub No. 2. No. 27. Club No. II, No. 0.
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flub No. 4. No. 41. Club No. 14. No. K
Club So, 6, No. "it. Club N,,. No. 2-'.
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( lull No. 7, No. 1 l,ib No. 17, No. a."..
luh No. No. 2.V Club No. IS, No, 60.
Club No. Ii. No. 1.
S).rls Slrla llaia,
The lsteet itylea in light colored Drrhvs,
sll (nhira, yonng p nU nobby bilk Ureas
and Urby Hate, fMaon's bne N.ft snd
ivrl.y Hula in all colum, boys' sn I child
ren's Criuh Cloth and Hraw lists, genu'
(nuh llata In all colon, shapes and
gradea, trom 7V to fl
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The only prsetn-al Memphis Halter, under
1'ully's Hotel. .
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call snd Ik convinced.
Goohsas Ciit srHll.l-,
11 Mala itrsel.
THE NEVER ENDING GRIND
FEDEBAL COURT AT LITTLB BOCK
DEALING WITH ELECTION CASKS.
Republican Supervisor Carr, at the Au
gusts Poll, Tells Bis Story of How the
0 Kloollon Judges Uoodwlnksd Him in
tbs Ballot and Count.
i. ' ' r '
Special Dlnpatch to Tho Appeal.
Littlb Hock, Ark., April 21 The Fed
eral Conrt resumed business this morning,
with Judge Cttldwull presiding, and the
case against J. II. Hopkins, Bamuol Da
venport and L. Hickorson was callod.
They are charged with ejecting J. J. Carr,
an election supervisor, from the polls at
Augusta, Woodruff County, at tho lust
Jell Carr, tho colored supervisor, wag
the first witness called for the prosecu
tion. The circumstances of tho case, ss
related by him, socm to be as follows:
On tho morning ot the election about 8
o'clock he appeared before tlio proper o ni
cer to qualify as election supervisor. Ho
claims that when ho asscrtod that it wss
his duty to stay in the room and
watch tho canting and recording of
(ho ballots, that the men who were
present begau to ridicule him, and ro
pliud Unit his duty was to build
tires, carry witter and wait upon the
Judges. He thought thev wore In fun, snd
accordingly Joked hack. At the polls,
however, some question arose as to wheth
er Carr, ss .Supervisor, had s right to re
main in the room with the judifes. The
matter was ended by the Mierltr, who, as
Carr claims, ordered him out of the room.
He obeyed, but one of the electors a
white man raised the question of his
right to remain. At first thorn was some
talk; f telographing Judge Caldwell about
the matter. Tho hhorill said ho would
attend to that mutter. In about an hour
he told Carr to go into the room and stay
titers. At night whon the question of
scaling the ballot-box came up, Carr
claims that A. W. Jones cursed him aud
told him to keep bis hands oil of It Carr
wunlud to paste a ltenublican tlckot over
tho slot, but Jones objoctod. Mr. W. E.
Ferguson, who was present, fastened a
piei-e of legal cup paicr over the place.
There was quite a controversy about
counting the ballots before leaving the
polls, Carr claims that the judges in
sisted uHn putting them in the county
vault for the night, while he wantod to
couut them there. The box waa put In
the vault against the wishes of Carr. so be
claims, and the votes were not counted
till Ihursday morning. It was furthor
brought out that during Wednesday the
box was sccemible to thoao in tho oounlr
ollice. Nothing was said about the votes
having been tampered with.
'A number ol witnesses were examined
for the prosecution, who, in the main,
agreed with the statements msds by Carr.
Tho Federal Grand Jury returned the
following indictments this morning: W.
B. ferguson, charged with interfering
with the supervisors of election st
Augusta, Woodruff County; Qitinlon F.
Webster, charged with interfering with
the supervisors in Lonoke Township.
Lonoke County; Thervcr Wsnn snd
Hubert J. Smith, churned with fuillns to
count ballots and fleeting supervisors of
election st Augusta, Woodruu County;
nenry a skew, jerry i;isrg snd Ji. A.
Trice, charged with fulling to hold sn
election in Freemen township, Woodruff
Uoiinty; hdmund Iutddy( charged with
eji-ctlng an election supervisor st Augusta,
Disposition of Caaea br the Tonneasee
Sparlal PlnMtrh to 1 lis AkviL
JacssoM, Tenn., April ill. The Supreme
Court met and delivered opinions in the
following cases: M. A. It Hmitlt vs. W.
J. (Smith, sflirmed ss to alimony; modified
as rousel fics. Bronsun vs. Grisby,
sfliirmed. Church vs. IGrllL slflrmed
snd rtnianded. Took under advisement:
(smith vs. Taxing District Factors Mutual
Insurance Company vs. Iiuisvillo t'nder
writers. Halm vs. Forrest, stUrmed.
First case tomorrow, No. 71, ltesd vs.
Spertal DUpaU h In The ApMaL
Aiixudss.s, Miss., April 21 The Circuit
Court, Judge I. K Houston, presiding,
convessd this morning st 10 o'clock. - The
Grand Jury wualinpancllod snd charged,
with F. J. McIKinald as foreman.
HIsUlrt-Attnrney W. It. Walter was at
his post "nd several visiting sttomeys
were in sitenuanre.
In Wis United Males Conrt Judge R. A.
Hill, premding, In Uie ease of II. It
Clullin A Co., rt at, vs. I. Mayer, who
made sn ssaignment last Msy, and which
Is sought to be set nalde because of slletred
fraud, the argument which has been going
on for seveial days, was concliidud thla
evening snd the court now has lbs matter
tinder ennni deration.
The farming outlook was nover mors
promising at una sesaon thsu it is now.
A BiRlOUS BLOW,
Ths A. At IX. Oolle of UUalaalppt Loeee
Pin-Ul Pbpatrb to Tha AppeaL
hTAkxvn.i.x, Mian., April 21 The
Georgia Pout hum A Florida Hailriad In
tend putting In operation s model farm, to
Illustrate the advantages of Uie country
through which that road jwcs. The pro
ject sti ikes the A. A M. College of Miasis
sippl a blow as Its Professor of Agriculture,
K C. 1 1 by, snd Ami-taut Professor of
Horticulture, U, W. Sufford, have been
solicited to take charge of this farm, lkith
the-r gentlemen are graduate of the A.
A M. Colby. Hut ss their aalsries are to
lie at moat double they cannot he cenanred
for leaving the college at this ibuo, A. It
McKay, IWcmor of Horticulture, has
alK) riigne.l to accept a more lucrative
poaillon. This makes four prolcaoors sud
three a-l-Unla who have realgtuvl on ao
count ol abort appropiiutlon bv the legia
l.ituru, wbh h lin t the aalnrlea lxdow what
such places command In other SUUa.
The college has la-en nndcr quits s strain
since the sojournment (, IH liala
lure, and II la lo bo hoix-d thai Gen. a
will still h'main al tho holm and tide the
collcg,' over this new and uiie;ccted trinl.
The college la doing s g l wmk, V.VJ
pupils having lecn riiMlled thla waslon.
t'aiWllnttia laa Kt. Urarge M. la te.
l".'ttr,..ii,U'ii. ul Tin Apia-sL
Cohintm, Miss., April 22. At a tnrcling
of the Young Men's (lirlstlsn AHK-iation
of Corinth, Miss., held Cutiday evening,
2la( Inafunt, tho I' 1 lowing resolutions were
IU-solved, by the Young Men's Christian
Asaociutlun of Corinth, Miss., Thut we are
gtalifled to learn, through a ooiuiuunica
tion InTns ArriAi of tl-s 21st instant,
that onr brother snd former member of
this body, the llcv. George 5i In go, now
Katori.t the Mrthixll.t Kpiax)pl ( hnrch
utbofllully Sprinvs, Miss., has beeu
eioneialed and fully vindicated sswinat
thsrhsrgea snd rumors recently circulated
in Holly rringa, snd that wt hereby s-
press our confidonce in his Christian Integ
rity, and Invoke for him a full measure of
God's grace, add many victories for the
cause of the Master, to which bis life has
been given. -Itesolved,
further, That s copy of theso
resolutions be fwniuhed Tut ArrtAt lor
3. M. Boone, President
J. W. CirNNfifiAH, Secretary. :
WILLBB TRIED THERE).
Eawes, the Murderer, Can Get Justloe
Special Dispatch it Tin Apiwal.
BiHiitNdiiAj, .Alu., April 21 There
were no sensational developments in tho
Uawes murder com today. Judgo Green
overruled the pending motion for a change
of venue on tho ground that tho newspa
pers' publications wore not such ns to
warrant It Col. Taliaferro, Ifowos's lead
ing counsel, then made s motion to quaxh
tho indictment under which Hawes was
being tried on the ground thut the Grand
Jury, which returned it was illegally or
ganized. This too, was overruled. Col
Taliaferro then mado a second motion to
quaa'h the indictment, making the now
jury law In this Slate the basis for the mo
tion. This was also overruled. A motion
for a continuance was thou road by the
defense. Thoy claimed thut important
witnesses were absent Tho Stato agreed
to have them on hand in due time and
court ndjourned for dinner. Tho after
noon was consumed in securing s special
jury for the case, and contrary to every
body's expectation this was done before
the sdjourninent for the night The court
room was crowded all day.
Making a .iol Living".
Grand Uapids, Mich., April 2:1. Checks
drawn on the. Grand Knpids National
Bank are coming In bearing the signature
of Jumes It, Lynn, Jr., Robert Lynn snd
others, and thoy show that it Is an easy
matter to catch victims. One chock for
1500 was received from Havannah, Go.,
and tne lust week one lor Jrt.ri in both
instances thoy bore the hank certificate
and the name of an imaginary cashier.
iiotn were protested. Ihesame swindlor
has been heard from In other parts of the
country. He is apparently making a good
Entitled te the Beat.
All are entitled to (he best that tholr
money will buy, so every family should
hare, at once, a bottle of the best family
remedy, Syrup of Figs, to cleanso the system
when costive or bilious. For sale In SO cout
snd $1.00 bottles by sll leading druggists.
Kept Ills Ward.
Pa bis, Tex., April 21 News comes
from Clarksville, Tex., that Deputy Sheriff
Corgle, of Milam County, killed a man
nsmod Burris there while endeavoring to
arrest him this morning. The man had
eacaied front Douglass, Tex., snd had
sworn that he would not bo taken alive.
He was heard of hist night at a negro cabin
aud the pluce win surrounded this morn
ing. In resonse to s summons to surren
der he fired on the olllcera, who promptly
ruturned the fin-, wounding him so that
he died in a abort time.
Br.trtiAM's Pills act like magio on a weak
A Keataeay klate OMwrt Libel Bait.
Locisvills, 'April 21 fllate Auditor
Fayette HowiU utod libel suits this after
noon sgalust 7 As Ovcnahoro Jnquirtr snd
1h$ Cuiiiujton Oommonw$itl0i for publica
tions to the effect that be knew that Treas
urer Janice W.-Tate was a defaulter as far
back as lHKt, but wilfully concealed tbs
fact Tate's defalcation wss not discov
ered by the suthoritli-i until about lour-
teen months sgo. The Auditor denlee
that he bad sny previous knowlodgo of ths
Treasurer's defalcation, and prays dam
ages in the sum of $.10,000 from each
aer. Units w ere brought in the Common
I'leaa Court In this city.
W-ir Ao-a- Slta WWnliMfwar
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trni ii I mil ana, auaaiM at lAwaak aaaa MS
TWmSt panoMwha lal rWU, Sir I a MtlO.
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Ml iaaS at ail mi
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at, k n alii rallarc U Ik traablaa teeV
a-al la abillou '-!( Ua arauna, aack aa
IHnliMaa, aiwa,'raM. tialrai aHaa
aaid. l ata lw li t. a. Wkila iklr tooat
rnaat kaWa aarrin kaa Imatkaaalu na
Ravlarha, T-l Cilf l.tlilt t.lw Milt ,r
a-pialir alaaklaiaaliin a. ruiira tud pra.
nulilta slaaaauUaao.ai-Uiil.hll lb- alaa
irwaa4raMa-aaiuaia. U Ua.) aal
A.-ha Ikar aroaM kaalwoal prlcwlaaa la Iknaa wtke
.ii li iiw. . i. . r " mnr
a.tIT ihir--aa," la-a.aiidtknaa
k aaaa try thaai U Saa ftvaa lull, imlaaaia
lUiliMavnt waikl Ikar nl ao ka am
lU4laAiikaall-ia. il ariarallairk haaS
bUaWaal aamaa; Uraa tkal karalavkara
kaaaifatkaMl. Oar rMlaarallkila
aiaara aa - .
aaa'aaaa. la Tlakt-S W aaia i ,a (M IL Sl4
k; Sraw-aki a! akara, ar aaal k auti.
CAITll I1DICINI CO, Nta Ytw
tanar'a Llliva urm ma aaa aary tmall aaS
rarr aaai la Uka. Sua ar la. piua aaaka a 4m.
Tk-I ataatrtoilraklaai.l da a-.i f,t or
- . . h.a IkaiMalkMlBia .lMal.ll ...
Be Sure to Cet Hood's
Sarsapsrilla, my child. Bee that they do not
give you anything else. Too remember It Is
the medicine which did mama so much good
a year ago so reliable, beneficial, pleasant
to lane my favorite spring medicine.
( Mood's Sarsaparilla
aVjldbydraairttla. gli'tlxfoT fl- lrarared aolf I
k-L HOOD A CO., Apothecasiai, Loarall, llaaa,
IOO Poses Ono Dollar 1
FTF9m " M"M""t"J-"l'lS ' ""I'aui'Mwaama mm .laniaa.
FRESH EVERY DAY.
8SSK MXIN STSIaSBITa
a ra fcaaiaa ana uamiaiaaa. w a a a
Buy Them and Trv Them.
Manhattan Savings Bank and Trust Co.
CAPITAL AND IFlfs, - - $100,000
rioAiiD ot TntTSTEna.
l nansner, fo Coleman. John W. Cochraa. M. flaafa
J. 11. i am warker, Hard wig
p. P. Haddon, Kdw.Ooluamith. I
UUvy, .t L Coldoaum, Jno. M.
Edw. Ooldamlth, Vice-President
IX P. UadJea, Presldenk
WI RECEIVE PErOSlTS InRumi ninvit Tvnrr ad a ............
W.Urslen, e,url.n"ce and amnle c7Dftal
v. irai-IT" " .r. . "."
Trustees cordially Invtia bualiisas
the confidence so long repoead In them.
Exohange for Bala on the
FRANK W TAYLOR & CO.
(LIT OT C
Wholesale Provision Dealers
Oflloa svad Wavrahouaa, 103 b Ifl7 Tannasacd St. Telephone 23a
' . MeMI'IIIS. TKSlf., Wares , m
aZ. to nnoune 'rienda that, having Just eomptatad a very lar and eim
moA,, , w.rrb.UHu on tha lins.ol the kamaitlly. Hprlntle.l A Menthls aTd the
sla-lpp Vallty lUllroada. and kavmg dlr.et connection aim with al) otAer rallVa is can
rfna la thacltv. ti,reby or.rc.mln, tha h-aryaspensa ef drayage on car loaf loll oSr
lacllltlM are uasnrpaaaed for the rapid dispatch of buaiaas. iuis, our
Our warrheaae, which Is built of stone and brick, U perfsrt In sverv datalL harln. .11
V?'a ""PTV""""- . rhaps, ths
Skveaes-'issssi wi rrTmun
ananTi liih MU i"' ,hruM
-rZ ti , ""'tu.iij w. uti rni tait apaciat scant on.
. . J. V.u ,0r 1,br,J P,ro"s" I" "' psal, and amastly solid tin.
S Cuntmuanra of Iha aama. ara u..ia h.n. ik.i . n j . ' .
prompt stunUoa. Very rrspectTully; " """" ,n,lBln" wlu rect1"
B -Ws.rs slm prepay to All erdL ?H Udest lT tuT veryC2,
A.. J". VIEW
iMromrr.u aso dbalkbs im
aarnij 1'ianiNO TACKIaELa
No. 147 Main Stronf
ar-Ths Largast and Deal Aaanrtmaul lo ths
J. A. BaiLBV.
J. A. BAILEY & CO
Puml:ors, Goods, Fino Gas. Fixturey
338 SECOMD STREET MEMPHIS. TENN.
a'so. Ovsaroa, J a., Tres'l Taos. IL t hjutos, Vioe-I'ras't P. 0, Jwaaa, Bee.
Vanderbilt Insurance Co,
. No. 3 MADISON STREET,
MEMPHIS, - - -
J. M. POCK E BY. 21. B. tTILKnfllOX. HENRI BANKS t WILKIXHO.t.
DOCKERY, WILKINSON & CO.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 360 Front Street,
tar and successful
needs a reliable spring medicine like Hood's
3arsaparllla to expel tbo Impurities which bars
j accumulated in the blood during the winter, to
keep up strength as tne warm weather coinei
on, create an appetite aud promote hoaltby
digestion. Try Uood's Uaranparllla this spring
and you will be convinced that it docs possess
superior and peculiar merit
A Good Appetite
"When I began taking Hood's 8arsapar.Ha 1
was dizzy In the morning, had a headache, and
no appetite J but now I can hardly got enough
Seooked to eat." Emma Bukpaild. 1 Coral
Street, Worcester, Moss.
"Last spring my whole family took Hood's
BarsapariUa. The result Is that all hare been
cured of scrofula, my little boy being entirely
free from sores, and alt tour ot my children
look bright and healthy as possibly can be.
I have found Hood's fUrsapart'la good for ca
tarrh." Wat. B. AxaxaiOM, Passaic City, N. J.
SoM by all dramt.u. fl ill tor (.V rnparadonty
bf 0. L Uool CO., Apothacarlas, Lowell, Haas
100 Doses Ono Dollar
:. .. .
Blmon Borg, h'apoleoa HUL
A. Kenkert! " - J. SiUVinlta.
P.un, C. K. Orosvenor, baunTSook.
Jul Kathan, Caihlar.
yi -iy uuiineai 01 a financial ftiaractor,
tohV h '"""f.TrJ:
lnm ail clatiet, aJ wtU sndaavor to moVlt
Prinolps.1 Oltlea of Europe.
W. 00YEH k (XX)
test constructed building la tbs Sooth lor ths
11 T ,0 summer
Clly. Tlie Trle Bupp lld at Lowast Price
0. K. vTrrt.
- . .
ii:.j r-,...--""i '.'.M.m -
Up-Stalrs, MEMPHIS, TENN
- aWJB AiX CaU.lI.
Overs Million Distributed
Louisiana State Lottery Company..
Inporporatcil by the laeirl'luturs in lns. for Edu
cational aud Charitable ptirpiMoMnd Itafmncblae
made a part of tha prtweiH tivita oonilUuUou, 11
IbTfl, br an overvrholmlnK popular rota,
Ita MAMMOTH DliAWINU tnk. plaoa
Saml-Annunitr (Jane nml Uaoambar), anil
Ita OIIA.NU HlM.LK NUMI1EU UBWING4
tnka plaoa ta aaah of tlia other laa mouth, ot
tha your, and ara all drawn la public, at the
Anulanif of Mu.lo, Maw Urlaaua, tafk.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS
lor Integrity of Ita I)rawlii(i, anil
Frou.pt Farraant of rrlaaa.
Attested at follovra:
"We do hcrehT rerttfv that we iniwrTlns ths if.
ranKemcuta for all the Monthly and Hml-Annu-a
Drawluioof the LoulHlanaHuito Lottery (Xropany,
and In peraon manure and control Inn Drmriiiii
tJiemaolvpa, and that the tame are eotidurteit with
hoimtr, fulmwn, and In (rood faith Uiwurl all pir
ti. and we authoriie the Company to uw thla oar
tlilcau., with liui-almtlcaot our aUuuturea atlaotiaJi
In ita adrertiaetoenta."
n the nndiTl(rned, BanVa and BonVnn, wlO
navBll Prlzea drawn In Tha Itillan Hui. Lat
terly wlili'h may be prvaouu-.l at our couutini.
R. M. VALMSLKY, Praild.nt La. Nat'l Bank.
PIERRE LANAUX. Prat t 8tate Nat'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Praildant N, O. National Bank.
CAKL KOHN, Praaidant Union National bank.
Grand Monthly Drawing
At the Arndemr of Mnale, New Orleans,
Tit MID AT. MAT Is, 18SS.
Capital Prize, : : $300,000.
100,000 Ticket, nt 1(1 Kaoh: llatlvat, SlDl
Uunrtara, si Tenth., SS; l.a
T.IST OP PI.IZE3L
) riti.Ktir bo,iu ta.....
S l'KI.M Ot lu.trno are ..
:vo PRI.M OP
iro rune ot I'M ara.
KM I'rtaea ol HO ar. .
MM fruws ot 'AM art .....
m Prima ol tuo are
wv i'rtaea M uu ara.
S.IS4 Prliea, amnnntln to... .l,esi,Soe
Norm Tirkeia drawing Caulul I'rUo. an nut en
titled tnTermlnal Priaut
rorCi.valtiTm, or any further Information da.
tired, write tPtflMy to the underaisne.1, cli-arlyeut-Ins
rour rwilcli-nco. with nute, county, atriw; and
nuiaber. Mora rapid minrn mall delivery will ua
aaaure.1 by your aucloalug aa envelope beaxtus
your lull addroBS.
Addrcaa at. A. DAI'PITIIV,
Maw UrlawaV La
Or Ma A. fMCTiniv.
tVaahlnlon, l. fj,
at Ve. S Waa Vmmwt SC. Memphis, Tana.
lly onlluary letter, ronlaliilns Manny Order is
aurd by all Kipreaa Comiatui,. New York F.
ehanae, Draft or foetal Note. Wa pay ctuu-ces
on Currauey trut lo ua by xireaa Iu turnt ol J
A lil ran Rcgiilcrtl Ltltan Ooutaiainn Gimnry Is
XKW WUt.lCAN4 MATlOJIAi. SiiX,
.w Orlaout, La.
RF.MrMnrH, That the payment nt Prl-H Is
fltuira.al.aaMt by Four Natlmutl Hank, ol Maw
Orleans, and Um Tteketa ara alined lr the Croat
drnlolau luatltullon whoaecuarb-d riiibu ara
iro-irnUed lntliehlKheBtUiiirta: ttiemfora. beware
Of all IfulUtlnua or auimymoitt achemea"
(INK HOIXAHUthe prlneol tho nnallMt part
nrlrartion of a Tlrket f.tuad by V In any brewing-.
Anything In nur name oiteraj lor loat ibaa
a lllar laa.aluille.
LOTTERT OP THRJUBLIC CHARITY,
KSTAHIalHltHD IN 1877
Uferatei imvi Twaorv lean orntnt ej tat
leas lotarutioaal InprevtOMl Oomuj.
Urani Mnn'hly Praaiiif. held In tne VWne
I'avllli.u In the A lame la I'.rk. City of Moil-v,
aud Mihlle!. eoodiicuxl by On.erninrnt Oitw-ial.
airlMii-l fir the purpuae l.y tba recreuulra of
the Interior and the Treatury.
huawixo or mats. lass.
CAPITAL PRIZE, - - 55GO.OOO
80,000 Ticket at $4, $320,000.
ruiCB OP lit KKTa, AMKH1CAN MONtr.
Vhnlea, et-llalTea, S-Qnartare, L
Club Kaleai to Tlrken. t' V. a. C'urrcnry.
ijkt or raiaa.
I CAPITAL Pltl.K OK l'.i0la....SW"l
L fllK OK rt".i la.. ..I
I (I H A N I) I'llUK OP 2,- t...
t I'KUKA OP...
t l-KI.M OK...
lo MilZl-s OK...,
.5 PillKH OP...,
to VMm op...,
vn l-NIM OK...,
m fKlZhS OK
arriuii im atiom ranaa.
(0 Prlaraof 1 1 o appmaltnallns lo fOfiOO
40 Prim ol apprulnullii to IJI.UUl
M '"r'i of M.apprualiuatlus to llo.uuO
Wt Trrmlnaia ol "ii, !'aUddy'"iiiiiib
J, JIB Prlare atnnuntlni lo ..JlTVVm.
All Prim ai.ld In Iha United Stairs lull paid la
V. S. lunrncy.
By tettn. ol mnlr-t tha Cmaiauy mu.t d-t-o-tl
thr.iint ol all yrttm In. In, l. il Iu the a heme l-rlora
llln a .Im: I. tiikul, and rewire Ikelolloalus
oft), i.l iw-r.i'lt :
l r.K I IKIi ATK.-t hrrrhj eertlfy thai Ibe Lnn
don Dank of Mrilno and Mouth Ani. rha, haaoa
tl-H-ial deKNlt ihi. nert vmrj tiind. te (.mninuaiha
Cvmonl nl all i.rlnw drawu t Ilia Luwrta de la
ueuecnrla I'tilii ea.
H. K()iHIi';rz RtVfRA. Tntrnrentor.
further, Iha loaipany ta reuMnt 1. i..riliiita)
flflr-i -pr renL of Iha velurof all the tirkeuln ,
priam-a lanter pnionl"U Uuo la lrn by any
Kinilly. in. numher of tliV.-n U llmiled to ao.wr)
9u.Ua, Umm than are aold by other Lutkirtt iuiu(
III. lame aa-he-ne.
fut full panlenl.r. ad treat r. Itnaaeltl, A par
do -.l.lllr of Mr tiro. Mnlrn.
f. tV. 4 t'Ll.t.N, SIS llanlra Slrert, Nnalf
ellle, Taim., Orneral Afnl lor Tnni--ee.
Tfaair dealer aaea ha hat Itia W. I.. Donates
S I, or. wliltutil name anil lrlr .laiiHHTa
t-ko teatlanu, put hlut tloaa mt IrauU.
W. L. DOUGLAS
tt-att laa St.- fa - .
- i n . we ti , w isrpine nl
4 ihi imvii m inuiir mioi.
.?" !'." ,.'.r A' A MM Ita' MlOat.
! ':. :. '.f1 -.--ii r, i ai r .iioiba
! . llltllli.-l tv
..o-i and m.V. nufV hi ituoi, SHOPS.
All .a). 1,1 I .Mta,... .... I V
W. L. DOUGLAS
53 SHOE l adTi 9.
U rT . v. . ' f DiTie, imi i Hiiaa.
at .i, I., T--nr .i.ai.r, mi.
. i.. ihii . as. MIIK KTOX, MAIE,
PON sai.s ST
loirt orrtivH, se staia
I. OoI.Imhh a. Ma.. ... w .
AIM KM ttmm. x Ra. SSI Mala at.
EsXLMU VtS Mate M,