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A legitimate baby is a blessing; an illegi timate one a rnrw. Bob I NOKRaOLL admits that as between Grant and Blaine be ia Tor Blaine. The jettrs at the mouth of ths Mississippi are one of the greatest eocineering triampha of tlio ago. " Omo, on account of thg iiernian element, will certainly kO Dinaoraiic ia the event of Umit'i nominntnn. SrccENS in journalism depends more opon sagacious mnnaRPiaPDt than upon polished literary perform vr.ee. Tub London Times has no respect for the Monroe doctrine. That ia according to the eternal Gleets of tnine. Titkhr are eleven million dollars due the city government of Brooklyn for back taxes, and she can't wt a bent of it. Kvkby man who is noxious to have a stable, a fly not, a motquito breeding-bive, will license the kacka and wagons to stand in front of his doir. ' The Cincinnati Enquirer suggeata that Ohio cannot afford two Presidential luxu ries. Either Then nim roast switch off for Jewitt, or Jewett roust side-track for Tuur- mac . ' Qoken Victoria prides herself oa Iravel icg to and from Balmoral in the same track as her husband used to when alive. How many husbands Are there that follow the tracks of thfir wivpp. The noxiet7 of a great number of persons as to the safety of General Grant was relieved yesterdjy at noon by the arrival of the steamer City of Mexico, in which he was a passenzer, at tin port of Galveston. Tub Jews of Meianph'a honored themselves on Sunday by doing honor to Cemieur, the great lawyer, humanitarian and patiiot, who died not long ngo in Paus. 11a was one of the greatest of the leading men of the F.ench republic. The New York Star think that if Mr. CVnUIiug haa a memory sufficiently tenaciooa to enable him to if peat the whole or the Lao y of the ho wi.il not soon forget Ibut Mr. Blaine cuc3 compared him to a tuikey-gobb'er. Ta." Boiton Iferald nays that "as the situ ation stones cow, the New England Repub licans are Lugf ly in favor of General Grant, or, if they di cot really lavor him, they look upon him as the man likely to b) the easiest to hold the party together." Kuskin says "that faithful prayer implies always correlative tx-irtion, and thU no man can ask honestly or hopefully to be delivered from temptation, unless he has himself hon ectly and firmly determined to do the best ha can to keep out of it." The Catholio population of the various archdioceses ia set down ai fullows: New York, 600,000; Boston, 310,000; Philadelphia, 265,000; New Orleans, 260,000; Chicago, 2 SO ,000; Baltimore and Cincinnati, e&ch 200, 003. Total, 2,255 000. "To bb humane is to have a broad and deep life a life touched by the fineness and richness which is seen in our prophets and poeti; to feel the kinship of all life as broad as ours. To treat all auinials kindly gives a touch of beauty to our lives." Kx -Governor Seymour thinks the Re publicans will nominuti) some new man, whose relationships nrs as yet unknown. The fcjtory of the Republican party has shown (hat its strong men have generally failed to - receive the nomination for President. A PABAOHArH in the Atfeal of yester day sifted that tho NewOrleaus Bee, Pica yune, TiiMt and City Ittm had declared for Grant. This wai a mistake, which we hasten to correct. They are for Hancock, as are a majority of tho Dmvrnr!v of Louisiana. A South Carolina negro, soren feet in stature, has been playing off in Hartford as a Zulu. A theological student of culchawed Boston addressed hint in the language of South Africa, and was astounded at the re ply, "I dunno a dam word, tab, ob Eng lish!" The question for the Democrars of the south is, will they sacrifice the Presidential election for the sake of having a New York candidate? We havs run N.-w York candi dates from 1804, inclusive, until now, and they have brought us 1 oth'ng- but ill luck and empty h""- On Saturday evening last, the Washington Capital njf, (be Indiana afnators and mem bers met at the rooms of Senator M'Donald, and after an hour' mutual interchange of ideas decided to instruct their delegation at the Cincinnati convention to vote tor Hen dricks for the P-TnidoTicv. Tbe antagonism of the Hendricks party against Tilde is for the first place on the ticket. They do not propose that Governor Hendricks shall accept Vua .nomination for the Vice-Presidency while there ii a prospect for his nomination for the Presidency. Hence ihoir opposition to Tild-w The good wcrk hat been begun of remov ing tho starving people of Ireland. Over ono hundred Irish families will shortly arrive in Ner York from Connemara. They will located by the Catholic colonization soci ety OK lands in Nebraska, and they will be followed by thousands of their countrymen. Tan Cincinnati fmnmercial concedes Ohio to the Democrats at u etart- Jhat" lt ays John Sherman is tho on,y Republican who esn carry that S ate, and e Boaton Vott, know that John ShermJ I1 about as much chance of being put on U Presidential track as Blaine has of dying from a rur-h of tonrsty to tbe bead. The coloted wagoners are still surround ing Court square. They are detorm ned not to go until the five days have expired which makes tbe saw ordinanos as to hack and wagon standi a legal notice. But this stub korncss is only part of the stupid perverse Bess which impelled them to curse and sweat, and use obscene and horrifying language long after tbe ArrEAL firt warned them of the consequences. They mutt go. BROKE LOOSE AGAIN. The Sandlot Senator) of San Francisco, Rejecting Overtaxes of an Adjust, me nt, Resume their Frothy Fnl ruinations 1 gainst Law, Or der and Decency A. Itesume of tho Situation What the Citizens' Protective Union Did to Ef fect an Arrangement, and how .heir Efforts were Met by Kearnej's Crowd. San Francisco, March 23. Oa Monday of last week it was announced that a confer ence had taken place between a committee from the Citixens' protective union and Mayor Kallocu, on behalf of the working men, which was likely to result in the settle ment of the difficulties between the business and working classes mutually and honorably. Within the last few days a complete cbanve has occurred. Sandlot has returned to its fulminations, the newspaper war has broken ont afresh, and appar ently . all overtures have bsen thrown aside by botn parties. 10 correctly under stand the condition of affairs, it wilt be neces sary to go back to Mondaj, the fifteenth in stant. For some days prior to that, steps bad been taken by third parties with the view of bringing the leaders upon both sides to a better understanding with eacu other. The conference was not sought by the Citizans' union; but certa'n representations mad 9 con cerning the views of the Workingmen's lead ers induced many of the gentlemen connected with the union to believe -that good might follow an exchange of ideas. It appeared as though so little was needed to quiet the agitation and restore confidence to the com munity that the necessary assurances might be fciven to the workingmen, and. in retnrn, certain pledges exacted from them that would cover the whole ground of disagreement without any sacrifice of diguity or a deter mination to put an end to the existing troubles. In furtherance of this object, on the morning of the fifteenth instant the ex ecutive committee, and some other members of the council of the citizens' union, met and selected four gentlemen, whose names are withheld at their desire, to act as a commit tee of conference, with the understanding that they should consult with the leaders of the workingmen, and report to the council the result of the interview in the afternoon. These gentlemen met Mr. Kallocu, repre snntiag the workingmen, at the miyjr's office. The conference lasted nearly two bourn, and was pronounced harmonious .and satisfactory. The who'e sutj -ct w.s gone over and the grounds of disagreement diecuBsed. No dtfipite agreement was reached, but it was substantially anderstood that there should be no illegitimate interfer ence with the execution of the order of the board of health far abatement of nuisances in Chinatown; that the workingmen's mili tary company should disband and give up their arms; that all violent and incendiary agitation should ceas?, and things be al lowed to resume their natural course in the cify. In the afternoon of that day Mayor K-Utoch called together the ward presidents of tba Workingmen's party and submitted to Ihtm the propositions that had been con sidered. As a result the ward presidents adapted the following: wbskbas. Major Kalloch has reported to us the ut-siauce ot an lnteiv.ew lie nas haa t -daj mm the ooinmltiee ut conference. Tnose gentlemen ex press trie opinion tbM It Is wltbln tbe power of the WurklDKinen's party to take such action as will et tecteailjullHf the nclied feeling of tne public mind and lntroduoe txxier condition ot affairs tor all citizens, and bring Mpltal and tbe laboring classes lnt- a icutual uiiuerstanding which will be better for b'tb and all eonoernetl; therefore, b It Ktsoiued, Thai we express our full satisfaction, and are ready nd willing to do anything In our power. coniiUtent with our polltloal convictions and conscientious temple, to bring It about. Heuolued. TOat we request tbe mayor to act as a committee cf conference with the gentlemen a'Kive named, and suggest te tbe Workingmen's party In sunn manner as lie may see fit wuai steps. It any. It is proper to take, or what further practical aur ancp, If any, we can give of our cordial desire to In augurate state ut public policy which shall give orulnee to capital And remunerative employment to labor. Copies of these resolutions ware furnished the committee, and on the succeeding even ing a council of two hundred of the citizens' union met at tbe chamber of commerce. The proceedings were ceret, but it is understood that the report of the conference committee and tbe resdutions of the ward presidents were tu'omitted, and excited much opposi tion, many being in favor of harsher , meas ures and repudiating an arrangement of any kind short of tbe cbjokjte and unconditional surrender of th workiamen, Toe next day Kearney was- sentenced by the po lice judge, and the severity of the punishment affcrded bim, evidently bad the effect to stiffen the determination of the tgremists in tho citizens' union, and still further remove any hope of an amicable settlement. It is also beyond doubt that po litical questions have entered largely into the matter, and are operating to widen -the hvparh. The local election is about coming oft for Ibfl re-election of fifteen freeholders to f . amfl the dls charter. The election of a State senator fos bespj', declared ineligible, will occur at the tame baae, and combina tions are afoot regarding tee (Jnited Sii RenatorshiD all of which are made to ester i"to this question of restoring quiet to the city t.nd militate against any mutual, action Let wee the contending fac tions. Meantime some iuither gopterences have ben held batween the cowmitUia end Mmnr Kalloch. but nothing is known of what passed, and from present appearances the extremn patty has attained the ascendancy it i Lard to forestall the re sult, but it now looks as though nothing has been gained toward a nnai settlement ui iuj troubles, and lhat, if anything, the situation ii more unsatisfactory than ever. DESTKUC7TIVJB rilllS3 Keportrd from Parkersbarsr, W. Va., ad Various farts r vm. Wheeling, W. Va.., Uarch 23. A special to the Ihtelligtncer from Parkersburg, West Virginia, says that about four o'clock th;s alU?rnoon a nre oroKe out in toatiown, wmcu for a tiurt threitened the destruction of a greater part of tbe place before tbe flames could be gotten under bontrol. A very high wind was blowing at the time, vhif h added to the fierceness of the flames. Tbe following ia a list of the losses: The jiiicbjoe shops, operated by Cole Bros., to- tao D.tmvini lnoa nn bnildinir. $85 000: i..H,Qni-,f l.-tna nn mar.hinerv- S1QO.OOO: fullv insured. A frae bouse on Kanawha . . i n . T : i l l 4 -, 1 1 .. j- street, ownea oy rv a. mum, ww"i -stroyed; loss. $700: no insurance. Harry Thomas suffered 1000 loss on oil stored in the above house, upon which there was no insurance. B. Logan, two frame dwellings; bss, tlOOO; insured in the Continental, of Now York, for 500. Albert Logan's estate, two dwelling houses; loss, 1900 o insurance. A. Logan, frame bui ding; loss, 70O, np in surance. The wares stored in this building belonged to H. Djnnaugh; loss, $5000, no insurance. J. Mallock. frame house; loss, $500, insured for 3t0. Household goodi belonging to Mfssrs. Perry ani gaunders; loss. About $400, no insurance, feevoral other buildiocs were on fire, but, owing to the exertions of ti fire department, they were extinguished with btt slight damage. A SERIES OF CONFLAGRATION. Cincinnati, March 23. The hiirh wind prevailing to-day Moras to have produced many fires through the oiinirv. Specials to the Gazette tell of the destruction f the resi dence of Mrs. Hsrriet Mornings'ar, ii.iea ittita southwest of Franklin, Ohio; loss, $4000, inaoxsd for $3100. Residence of Kiratn Smith, near Cridersville, Ohio: loss, $1000 Residence ot M. y . Mitchell, Ztnes ville. Ohio; lo, $3500; insured for 45iW0 in the North British company. Commercial specials also tell of the burning almost of the entire village of Fcplar Plains, Ken tucky, there being no fire department; loss, $3000. Also tho residence of T. H. A. Jeter, two miles west ot Brooksville, Indiana; loss, $4000 no insurance. The residence of Con rad Groll, Holgste, Ohio; loss, $20t0 no in surance. The store and dwelling of iaina 1'attOB, and several dwellings injured, at Unions, Kentucky; iocs, $5000 insured for $2000. t m t The Heir ef Pertn. New York Herald: "George Essex Monti me Lord Drummond, grandson and heir to the etu-!fiom of Perth, who, disregarding the caution, 'tiacsr warily,' which forms the mcUo of his fatsiflrio house, ran away to Antfnca with a maid low degree a few eare AtfC, has returned to u. urj-e land. The fact h.tarepreenUtiv80fJni0Ui,TB: gnashed famdy ot the Drummonds. entitled by ribt to a seat ia the bouse of lords, should ha e so demeaned hiiMSclf fit to msrry a young girl la whose veins there w aot a dropot blue blood effected bis relatives to such an extent that M was forbidden ever again to euter the ancestral uansion. His allowance was taken from him, and, poar as a church mouse, with nothing but his title and the fair cause cf his misfortunes, he em i orated to this conntrv. where the little vil lage of Brookhaven, Long Island offered itself as an asylum. There be nas uvea lor wrao years in an humble cottage, and has been earnine his daily bread by fishing and shoot ing. Efforts have been made for a reconcil iation, and it is thought that the old earl is about to forgive his heir. At any rate, Lord Drummond has sailed for Scotland, and his obdurate grandfather may possibly be induced to bestow his forgiveness and blessing upon tbe young fellow whose only fault was that he loved not wisely but too well. LAIlUlt 1ISPUTES. Xew York. THE STRIKING PIAKO MAKEB8. New Yobk, March 23. Seveu piano manufacturing firms to-day reopened their shops to the locked-out workmen. None of Herman's striking cabinet makers resumed work this morning, notwithstanding the lib eral offers of money made to those first re turning. The board of aldermen suggest an arbitration committee, to be composed of the employers and workingmen, for the settle ment of all differences. RSt. Jjmalt.l CARPENTERS STRUCK WORE. St. Louis, Marjh 23. The report has just come up from Caroadelet, Bix miles from the center of the cily, that tbe carpenters in the St. Louis, Ion Mountain and Eoatbcra rail way shops at that place have made a demand for an increase of wages, and, pending the riply from the company, they-have stopped work. Some of the car repairers and o'iier mechanics ara tot at work. There is a report thal:he switchmen in the Missouri Pacific yards at Caroadelet have struck, but this is not verified. THE SITUATION LAST NIGHT. The yardmen of the Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad have accepted the proposition of the company to pay the foreman seventy five dollars and assistant foreman fifty-five dollars per month, and they will resume work to-morrow. Tbe St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern railroad offered to advance the wages five per cent, to all the employes in the Carondelet and Desoto shops, commenc ing April 1st, but the carpenters and labor ers in the Carondelet shops refused the offer, and remain out. Only about half the car penters employed in those shops have quit work, and the probabilities are that there will be no serious trouble. The strike of tbe platform men on the Missouri Pacific and Union railway and transit company is ended by the discharge of all the strikers and filling their places with new mon. MATTERS IN MlSSlSSU'ri. Satartia is building an ark. Carthage wants a blacksmith. A bank is to be established at Winona. Columbus streets are encumbered with va grant cows. - The new code is to be known as Campbell's Mississippi code. Western land speculators are prospecting near Handsboro. Buffalo-gnats are killing mules and cattle in the river counties. Yazoo City contributed eighty dollars to the Irish relief fund. A Kansas man has paid sixteen thousand dollars tor a farm in north Mississippi. Mr. R. L. Hollingsworth and Miss E. M. Plunkett were married at Yazoo City last week. A big camp-meeting is to be held at Biloxi, commencing June 16th and lasting a week or ten days. There are fourteen hundred and forty-one convicts subject to penitentiary discipline in the State. Canton chuckled over an elopement last Saturday. Mr. Sechler and Miss Giles were the runaways. The board of trustees of the Agricultural and Mechanical cohege will meet in Jackson, on Thursday, the first day of Atnl. Senator Lamar has accepted an invitation from tbe students of tbe Mississippi college, at Clinton, to deliver the commencement ad dress in June. A man, supposed to be named Knight, was killed bv jumping from a train near Cal houn station Saturday night. He was dressed m clothes stolen trom Mr. U. J. .Nichols, ot C-nton. Edlson'a Electric Light. New York Herald. 21at: Tbe board cf in quiry which Prof. Rowland, ot the John Hopkins university, and Jfrot. Barter, ot Pennsylvania, are members, will shortly make a report on tbe results of the tests to which Edison's new carbons were put. The investigation was made to find out the dura bility and economy of the lamp, and as the investigators are bound by an agreement to publish their report, whether favorable or unfavorable, considerable interest is awak ened as to how the lamps stood the test. The following is a table showing the number of hours the lamps have been burning. Xbe letter B is placed after those that have broken during the trial, and the others are still intact: Jottd Hours.lNo. Total hour A, t. a. 3. 4. 7. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. : 17. IK. 111. 20. 21. 22. tt. 25. 2tf. 27. ....1,200 ....1.1U4 ....1,194 ....l,lrl .... 80HB ....1.179 .... 642 2tt... 30.... ... 814B ... 750 .., A28B ... 790 ... 754 ... 756 ...1,000 ...1,030 ... 958 ... 958 ... t58 ... 870 B ...1,082 ... BOO ... BOO ... B14 ... 800 ... 754 B ... 840 . . . HUtf ... 881 ft ... 882 B 31..- 32.... Hi.... 34.... 35.... 3B-... 37.--. ... .1,2X4 ,1.073 3i.. ... 10Bi41... .... 7I0B142... .... 901 43... ...1,032 44... .... 730BU5... 8.12 4U... .. 1,880 Mill AT. 4H ... .1.084 B 49.... ....1,198 .. . ISllllR 50.... 51.... ... 5t0B ... 7308 ... 810B .... B50B una '53.... .... 649BI54 .... 630 B 66 600 .... two J! 'IMS VT..- Wrl.ai.n ar,M hid nuti.nl. r.rt lha ulAOt.rn- monograph to the Western Jnion telegraph company yesterday for the sum of 5100,090. Inarcroall, JZleine and rant. Washington, Marjh Ul. olpnel Bob Ingersoll, referring to an alleged interview with him, published in tne west, in wnicu ne is reported to have said he now favors Grant, IftUEIf "The article ii aoi entirely correct. I was asked how I thought Illinois vold 0, and I replied that I thought for Grant. I did not savthatl would be 'for Blaine if it would do any good.' I did not say that this was goin;? (o be soldier year,' and that 'Grant filled the popular ejd in that character.' Illi nois is Grant's home, and I ba7e taken it tor granted that he would carry that State. He may carry Illinois without being nominated, but certainly he will not be nominated with out Illinois." "Who are you for for President?" "That will depend on svhat is done by the party at Chicago. With me these are lauch graver questions than the name ot the candi date. 1 am waiting to see what position the party takes. As between Grant and Blaine, fy personal preference has always been for laifcC." t Western Kallroud JBettled. Denver. March 23. In the fitgaUon be tween the Denver and Rio Grande and the Pueblo and Arkansas Valley railway compa nies, Commissioner Rogars to-day filed bis report, fixing tuo tca cf the road through the grand canon of the Arkao6U to the mouth ot South Park at $635,818. ' The bio Grande company is to deposit this sum as security, ao4 jill have the road delivered to it under the decree ut Co oourt. lt is under stood that it has, in anticipalioi; cf this re sult, fully prepared to push tbe completion oi tbj road to L' advi.le. Tne aaarveet af Deatb. Milwaukee, March SJ3.--Ja5ob Kallen bach suicided at bis home this morning by cutting his throat with a razor. John Bader, a dicaal.te character, hung himself in a cell at the polica i'e.'-on this morning. Hon. Anson C. Allen, wel;knowu tfcronghout this State, died this morning, aged "foriy-ti;e3 years. Poieoae ia Indiana. Louisville, March 23. A tuaa ncraed Thomas Keeton was found dead in his bed at Venetian's tavern. From the appearance of the corpse it was evident that the man bad died from poison. On searching ; iiis pockets the coroner found no papers to indicate the jfian's identity. .Centennial of SaIdk'8 Mountain. ?A8HYJLLE, March 23. After a corres pondence with the governors of North and South Carolina and Virginia, governor Marks has appointed commissioners to ar range, in connection with commissioners ap pointed by the States named, for the centen nial ot' Ue Ltflq of King's mountain, in Oc tober. Hot drinks should be avoided in day time during cold weather, as they have a tendency to weaken the lungs and affect the throat. Take Dr. Bull's coogh syrup for all cases of coughs, colds and hoarseness. Price, 25c a bottle. THE OLD WORLD'S NEWS. The Parliamentary Campaign In England Grow Hot as It Waxea Older Tart Swindler Parnell's Bung ling Severely Denounced Bolivian Bonds. The Necessity for More PrlsonB JSIade Mauifest in Russia Putt log on the Screws Death Sentences Com mated A flairs In France Miscellaneous. IBELASD. parnell's bungling. London, March 23. The Times says that Parnell's determination that the advanced home raters shall put forward new candidates in a number of constituencies to oppose the moderate rulers or liberals who decline the home-rule pledge, has thrown Irish politics into a state of confusion which may benefit the conservatives. FBASiCF. ,J- " ' ' WELL REMAIN IN PARIS." Pabis, March 23. A committee of sena tors and deputies of the right will remain in Paris during vacation, watching the measures adopted by the government against unau thorized religious congregation. A POOR WIRE SEASON. The extraordinary cold winter has severely injured the grape vines, so much so that it is feared this year's crop will again be very poor. The vines in'Burgundy, more especial-. ly in Champagne, suffered unusually. A CABINET COUNCIL. It is stated that decrees dealing with un authorized religious bodies were signed at the cabinet council held to-day, but will not appear in the official journal until after Eas ter. They will be preceded by a report drawn up by M. Lepere, minister of the in terior and worship, which was unanimously approved by the ministers. ADMIRAL DE KEBJEQU, senator for Cates du Noird, is dead. BTJBS1A. MORE PRISONS WANTED. St. Petersburg, March 23. The presi dent of the administrative council of eastern Siberia having reported the pressing neces sity for new prisons, owing to tbe great influx of political prisoners the past year, additional prisons will be constructed immediately on the river Ivauofka. IN HONOR OF EATSER WILHELM. At the dinner in honor of Emperor Wil helm's birthday, the czar said : "Oa the an niversary of my accession to the throne the emperor of Germany gave me renewed proof of his constant friendship by official letter, which was immediately published, aud by private letter, both of which deeply moved me. I reciprocate the sentiments and wishes expressed in them, and count upon the main tenance and consolidation of the relations wbich have existed tor more than a century between the two people. I drink to the health of the emperor, my beet friend." PUTTING ON THE SCREWS. The most stringent measures are being adopted against tne nihilists. A large num ber ot suspected persons have been arrested, and tbe police are making frequent domicil iary visits. SENTENCES COMMUTED. The sentences of death passed on the polit ical prisoners at Kieff have been commuted ia tbe case of two prisoners to hard labor; two others are to be executed. ESGLASD. FOR SERVICES RENDERED. London, March 23. Theodore Martin, who has just completed a life. of tbe prince consort, has been knighted by the queen, and also made a knight commander of the hath. RETURNED HIS CERTIFICATE. The admiralty haa returned to Captain Jones his certificate. II? commanded the Ariz ma at tbe time she ran into an iceberg. A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION. In the house of lords last night, the duke of Rutland, conservative, called attention to the depression of trade and agriculture. Beaconsfield contended that the revival of trade was general, and that he believed it would last. "To insist on a reciprocity by other countries," he said, "it would be impos sible, now that we had parted with import duties. The present state of things waB brought about by a succession of bad har vest." BY COMMAND OF THE QUEEN, a stone cross has been erected on the spot where the prince imperial lost his life in Zulu land. BOLIVIAN BONDS. The house of lcrls fo day confirmed the decision of tbe coor: of appeals in the case of Wilfoa against Church, involving the rights of the bondholders of the Bo'iviau loan f or the coast paction of of tbe Madura and Ma mare railway. A TURF SWINDLER. Alton, one of the principal prsmoters of the great tjrf fraud, has been sentenced to twenty yean penal servitude for .forgery on vsiious banks. ANOTHER ELECTION ROW. At the conservative meeting held in Hack ney to day Sir Stafford Northcote severely condemned Gladstone for using offensive lan guage toward Austria. He read a dispatch from Sir C. H. Elliott, Bntieh ambassador at Vienna, dated yesterday, stating that Baron Von Haymerle, minister of foreign affairs. desires to disavow the language attributed to the emperor by Gladstone. Gladstone, in a recent speech, said that the emperor had cdled him a pestilent fellow. The meeting was very uproarious, owing to the presence of a number of liberals. Sir Stafford North cote was obliged to bring his speech to a speedy close on account of the disturbance. FORTY-SIXTH CONGBSS. Very Little for tlte wood of tne Country Done by Eltber House Yesterday. SENATE PROCEEDINGS. Washifgtoht, March ?3. After the routine of the morning business, s bill incorporating tbe National educational as sociation was discussed. Senators Cock rell, Hereford and logalls opposed the meas ure as outsido of the jurisdiction of congress. Senators Bailey and iioar favored it as con stitutional aud in the interest of national education. Pending tbe debate the morning hour expired, and the Geneva award bill was taken up. Senator Garland addressed the senate, making a legal argument in support ot the bill Of the committee, which provides for the payment of (be Underwriters.' leases. Senator Edmunds presented a memorial of M'Bride, catling attention to the exclusion of Gentiles from lands in Utah by the present system af locating town sites. Referred. He also offered a resolution calling on the secre tary of l?9 interior for information as to the number and extent vf the paten s issued for land in Utah, and whether "any disriiLa tion in favor of Mormons has been shown in such issues. Adopted. Senator Allison, by request, introduced a bill approp.iatiscr noney tor the erection of a penitentiary in Tlikota i'erritor?. deferred. Senator Teller gave notice of an" amend ment intended to be ottered by him to the bill ratifying the agreemeut with the Ute In dians. Tbo amendment provides that, for the amount provided tor in the bill, there shall be paid during life yearly to Mrs. A. D. Meeker, the widow of N. C. Meeker, $1000; to Jo9phine Meeker, $1000; to Mrs, So porous Price, ?1000; to Mary and John, in fant children of Mrs. Price, $50Q each until they are twpnty-one years old; to George Dressier. $1000; to Mrs. Sarah M. Post, $500; to Mrs. Eton. $500; to the surviving widow of Arthur JL. Thompson, $500; to the father Of Fred Siiepherd, tt50G; to the snrviving parent of Thomas E. Ethridge, $500. The persons above named are the sufierers by or relatives Qi t1" victims of the Ute massacre. lt also pioviaes ibi rvqlninrr in the act shall prevent the settlement of tBe southern Ute or Uncompaghre Utes on a reservation in iJtah, if any of said Indians desire to set tle there, and that any t-Tte Indian desiring to sell land owned by bim may apply to ths United States circuit court to sell the land, and the court may order such sale if, after examination, it thinks the interest of said In dian requires it: provided teat no such siUe shall be ordered to pay any debts of said In dian, and no decree shall be made except in the pn sense of nid Indian, the tame shall have been fully explained to him by the court and his consent given. Rflinir Dawes spoke briefly against the Senator Kernan obtained the fiooryand al ter an exeuctive session the senate adjourned. WHAT WAS DONE IN THE HOUSE. Mr. Conger said that in examining the re port this morning, he found that the bill re lating to (the whole question oi tariff ami amending thirty sections of the revised stat utes. had been referred, ia, violation of . tht rule, to the committee -oa revision of laws, instead of the committee on Ways and means He alluded to tbe danger wkioh arose from the bill not clearly stating in its title its sub ject matter. ' ' ' Mr. Tcwushend Uls.J.'stii he introduced the bill, and that its title cfbarfy thowed to what it referred when it state! to rcvite and and amend title 33 of the tcvised statutes, and that the committee on revision of laws was the proper committee to which it should go- ''' ' . ' " An acrimonious debate, litarifiy ihterlard ed with personalities, ensues, durteg which some of the more conservative 'mstobert at tempted to have tbe regular order cf business proceeded with, but without success. A vote on a proposition to discharge the committee on revision of the laws f.on further consid eration of the subject resulted 125 to 22, and "no qurum" was raised on tbe Democratic tide. Mr. Atkins moved to adjourn. ' Mr. Blackborn moved that when the house adjourn it be to meet on Thursday next. The speaker ruled that in the absence of a quorum Mr. Blackburn's motion was not in order. ; " Mr. Blackburn said that be had grown ac customed to these rulings of the chair. It was sot the first time he had found himself at variance with the chair. The Speaker The decisions of the chair are always subject to the review cf the house. Mr. Blackburn argued thii bis motion was in-order, but the speaker maintained his ruling.-' ' " ' "- A vote was then taken on the motion to adjourn at the conclosion of the roll-call. The motion was defeated, but enough Repub licans changed their votes to change the re sult, and the house accordingly adjourned. It is not settled whether this question will come up as unfinished business to-morrow or whether it will first be in order to correct to day's journal. TWO CENTENNIALS, That or Kings mountain and that of Biaahville-Commissioner Ap pointed by the tiovernor. Virginia and Hortfc aad South Carolina will Participate The Military Com panies Drilling fr the Prt ae. - Special to tbe Appeal. 1 Nashville, March 23. In response to the letters of the governor indorsing copies of the resolution adopted at the last session of the legislature urging the centennial celebra tion of the battle of Kiag's mountain on the seventh of October next, and inviting a participation in it by the people of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina, Thomas J. Jarvis, governor of North Carolina; Fred. W. W. Halliday, governor of Virginia, and W. D. Simpson, governor of South Carolina, have signified that they will most cheerfully join Tennessee in the celebration. The following commis sioners were appointed to-night on the part of Tennessee, upon the recommendation of the Tennessee historical socity, to arrange with the commissioners to be appointed by the governors named for the celebration: Ssate at large T. Nixon VanDyke, of M'Minn. East Tennessee Dr. W. R. Se vier, of Washington; N. Gregg, of Sullivan; O. P. Temple, of Knox. Middle Tennessee Judge Hugh L. Davidson, of Bedford; .Robert Sevier Windle, of Overton; Colonel E. W. Cole, of Davidson. West Tennessee Judge John L. T. Sneed, of Shelby; Colonel Marshall T. Polk, of Hardeman; Major J. C. Maccabe, of Memphis. the military. BarnB's artillery reorganized to-night, and. will participate in the centennial celebration here in April. The Porter rifles gave a dress parade at their armory, which was ciowded with spectators, ladies and gentlemen. They show many excellent points in drill, and are workins hard with the hope of capturing the prize at the centennial competitive drill. Latest Phase of the Bill-Raymond Affair. Washington, March 23. Affidavits were filed yesterday with the United States district attorney for this district by Senator Hill and Samuel W. Small?, of Georgia, touching cer tain charges and threats made against the former by Jessie Raymond. The affidavits were referred by the district attorney to the police court for such action as may be deemed necessary. Senator Hill's affidavit sets forth the annoyance he has been sub jected to by the visits of Jessie Ray mond to his house in his absence. and denies the truth of her charge that he is the father of her child; denies hay ing ever giving her money, or having ever seen her except once in Atlanta, in the pres ence of witnesses, and asserts that she is a woman of abandoned character and a black mailer, who has threatened to have money or ma Ute. tie tiles tbis affidavit in order that the conservators of the peace may take such action as they may think their office requires. The affidavit of Smalls corroborates Senator Hill's statement as to tho threats made by Jessie Raymond, and declares that the latter in conversation with him (Smalls) made use of the following expressions: "I must have money; I want five hundred dollars, and I will have it from him (Senator Hill) or I will have his life. I am in dead earnest, and 1 don't care if I hang for it, I will do what I say." The affidavit further states his belief that Jessie Raymond will try to carry out her threats by making an attempt on Senator mil s we. Keely motor Experiments. Philadelphia, March 20. A body of twenty JNew Xott end Boston capitalists came to this city to-day in a very mysterious manner and departed this afternoon. They left the Pennsylvania railway at Germantown Junction and transferred to the Reading rail way. The tram, which should have landed them at the JS inth and Green street depot, was stopped at the crossing of Columbia ave nue, where the party were set down. Thence they, proceeded to the workshop of Mr. Keely. J " i ( . i t r i . T.! auegeci inventor oi tne J.eeiy motor, no. 110 .North twentieth street, where an exhir bition was held with closed doors. Eveiy member of the party was a stockholder of tbe Keely motor company, and the utmost se crecy was maintained regarding the visit and the experiments. Your correspondent visited Mr. keely'? (tonse. No. 2022 Ridge avenue, to-night, but all intorwatioa was refused. Calls upon two directors of the company re sulted in a like refusal to reveal anything that cccured. It was asserted, however, by a well known lawyer, who is connected with the company, that very important facta ars about to be made publio. He declares that the perplexing difficulty which has so long retarded the complete success of tbe Keely motor has been overcome in fact, that the inventor has triumphed. He is very sanguine, aifd is likely, from his temperament and in terest, to be too much "so. He points, how eyer, to the fact that Keely motor stock has gone up steadily in erica for several weeks past. Other persons to whom I have spoken cautiously on the subject declare that the scheme is a shallow one to bolster np a worth less concern. They Do Vhooe Vhlngs Better la Lou isiana. New York Tribune: "The fate of the president of the Louisiana savings bank will surprise a charitable community like our own, in which erabelement jg dealt with !s an irregularity due to personal coven trinity or defective book-keeping. This gentleman, having been convicted of appropriating to bis own use the funds of the bank, is now sentenced to the penitentiary for three yean at hard labor. The judge and jury seem to be unable to discriminate between so high toned an accomplishment as embezzlement and so coarse and vulgar a crime as burglary. At this rate tuey will soon pe suspecting their political witnesses of penary." Immigration Increasing. New York, March 23. The total arrival of emigrants to tar this month reaches twelye thousand seven hundred and twenty, more than double the number for the same month last year. Between three and four thousand roo.e ore known to be on their way here, The majority of the newcomers are Germans. Heavy Blow at Detroit. . The large brick Detroit, TSfarch building in course of erection by the Kuasell car-wheel company, at tbe foot of Walker street, this city, was blown down by a heavy wind-storm this noon, and several workmen buried in the wreck, two of whom were seriously and one fatally injured. ' ! A Charge Befated. Louisville, March 23. D. R. M'Clure, a former clerk on the steamer United States, has settled his accounts with the Louisville and Cincinnati mail-line company to the en tire satisfaction of the directors and to the honor and credit of himself and hit many friends. GALTESTON GLORIOUS In Mnsic and Banners, and Pomp and Grand Parade, Over the Safe Arrival at that Port of the Good Steamer City of Mexico, Bearing General Grastt.'VojSSf; The Day wholly Given np to Honoring theJMgtiBgnlahed Guest The Scenes from tbe Moment or Debar ha- r lion" Until he" la Safe with.-"" njBjsassnseasss - In the Hotel Parlors. Galveston. March 23. The wildest ex citement prevailed here at tbe welcome in telligence that the long looked-for steamer City of Mexico, with General Grant and rartv on board, was ia sight. Crowds flocked to the wharves, and the waters of the harbor presented a bustling sight, being ' - ; COVERED WITH CRAFTS of every description. At the City of Mexico passed on toward the place ot anchorage she was greeted by deafening cheers and a thun dering salute from the batterv of artillery. The well known fotm of ' GENERAL GRANT was recognized as he stood on the after-deck, bowing acknowledgments to the demonstra tions of welcome showered upon him bv all classes of people. ' The shipping of tbe har bor brought out their bunting and made a handsome display of flags, and every tug boat lent its steam-whistle voice to swell the cheer. The general and party were met at the pier by the MAVOR AND ALL THE PROMINENT OFFICIALS of this city, and by General Ord, who had come here especially to meet him. The procession formed in the following order and escorted the party to the hotel : German band. Gal veston artillery company, Washington Guards, .Lincoln liuards (colored). Mysterious Ten and Sons of Jerusalem (both colored), benevolent societies, carriages containing General Grant, General Sheridan, General Ord and Mayor Leonard, tne committee in backs, carriages containing tbe ladies of the party. Cadet band (colored), and tbe various fire compa nies of the city. On arrival at the hotel, a REVIEW TOOK PLACE. and the general retired to the parlor, where a reception took place, a large number of Indies and gentlemen being presented. The banquet which was to be given to-night has been postponed until to-morrow evening at eight o'clock, owing fo the delay in arrival. The city is gay with bunting, Aigs are flying from all tbe principal buildings, and tne streets are thronged with people. AN IMPOKTANT SLIT, Involving the Title to a Vast Body of Valuable Leads, Deelded 1st Chi cago Yesterday. Chicago. March 23 Yesterday the long litigation over the celebrated Maxwell grant culminated by a foreclosure and sale of the entire property, under a decree of Chief Justice Prince, whereby the title of nearly two million acres cf the most valuable min eral and grazing land in New Mexico is hnaily set at rest. Ibis is the largest, and probably the most important foreclosure of real estate ever made in this country. The area has within its borders eight hundred thousand acres of the best watered grazing land in the Territory, over six hundred thousand acres of surveyed land, the famous Morena valley placer mines, several rich gold quartz mines, including the Aztec mine, copper mines and an iron mountain. Its importance to the Territory ia occasioned by the fact that Rattan pass, which is a natural entrance to the Territory from the northeast, is included in this grant, and the litigation ever tbe property has frightened away settlers, who have been attracted by the richness of New Mexico. Franfc B.' Sherwin, who conducted the foreclosure1 proceedings yesterday, with his counsel. Judge Rirdseye, of New York, bid the entire property in, at one million dol lars nnder tbe first mortgage and one hun dred thousand dollars under the second mortgage, the aggregate amount of boih mortgages and interest held by Dutch bond holders being eight million dollars. A United States patent has been granted and arrange ments already perfected to reorganize a company for the development of this property, which will be managed by eight directors, who will have absolute control for ten years four Americans and four Dutch. The American directors selected are, besides Mr. Sherman, three Cbicaeo crentlemen N. K. Fairbank, George M. Pullman, president Pullman palace company, and Geo. a. Car penter. The franchises granted by the gov ernment are the most valuable that have been included in one patent, The land is situated in the northeast corner of New Mexico, and twenty-three thousand acres lie within the boundaries of Colorado. The Atchison. To- peka and Santa Fe road runs through the eastern portion. TENNKSSKK TOPICS. Alamo wants a shoemaker. Butter and eggs scarce at Tiptonville. Knoxville is regaining her river trade. Knoxville is to be the starting-point of a pigeon-nymg match. A Crcckett county hen hatched seventeen chickens from eicbteen eggs. Hearty ail tbe bridges spanning Obion river have been washed away. Cornelius Leary, a little boy, was drowned in the river at Knoxville Saturday. A telegraph line is to be established be tween Kingston and Emory Gap six miles. An advertiser in the Knoxville Tribune wants to contract tor three thousand yards of rr ,, xennessee yanegateu marble. Heavy rains have done much damage to the levee across rood creek bottom, between unestnat tiiuti and riendsmp. The Nashville American says "there will be on exhibition at the centennial a Zire pri vate soldier, the only one who survived tbe late war, : 1 I Whimgtoh, D. C, January 16, 1880. H. H, Warner Co. ; Dear Sir I write to say that after hav ing taken your Safe pills and finding them a'l that is claimed for them in your circular, I cheer ully recommend them as the best pills in tne market. josbph prather, 409 M. street, Washington, D. C. 1 . A Vlniila Town Barnxd. Chatham, Va..' March 23. A dozen houses in tbe business portion of the town WPrA hnrnPlt lanf nioVlf: T.noa f ilronf Tr.ttvn thousand dollars; insurance, fifteen thousand aouars. xms is tne second large lire nere witnin tne past tew aavs. A Big Kenturhy Blase. Louisville, March 24 A fire at Helena, Mason county, destroyed the store and dwelling of James Patton. Loss, fifty thou sand dollars; insurance, twenty thousand dollars. Bedaeed to Ashes. St. Paul, March 23. A million feet cf lumb-r in the yard of Payne & Co., at the Northern Pacific junction, was burned last night, insuranco, ten thousand dollars. Solved the Dread Problem. Lancaster, Pa., March 23. Jacob Stauf fer, a welt-known scientist, died last night at the age of seventy two years. Minnesota Democracy. St. Paul, March 23 The Democratic State committee to-day called a State con vention to appoint delegates to the National convention at Cincinnati, to meet here May 25th. THE PUZZLE SOLVED gl a.3 avs will buy will nay wUi nuy will bey aB&bi'a a Child's a G'.r'.'s a iuta' get. Sat. Bat. Hat, S S 87 S will buy wl lbuv I will buy will bur a lady's a sbopplne I a eburob an evening Hat. bonnet. Bonnet. Bonnet. si IO I sit i$ wilt boy will bur j wi;i baj will bur 6 tilling a bridal four wiie a yourmotner Bonnet Bonnet. Bonnet, Bonnet. 13 14 SIS will buy win buy will buy " yoursltera nar.dsonte best tfrenqb BooQtt. Bonnet. Bonnet. NOW COMPLETE IN EVKUX DKPABTME.M COQUETS from 25 eenti BCALLOPd ttomSt 25 for six. BoMaN BB41D8. tbe latest from S5. Tbe Millinery Department Is full of business. Al ready new Milliners and Trlmim r are being added to keep up with tbe orders that are comma la daily. CirTbe above la la amy useful solution possible. F. LAVIGNE, 250 MAIN STREET FOR SALE . .'nil HI i . bw THE GREAT MALARIAL ANTIDOTE OF THE AGE. Safe, Certain, Sure and Speedy. NEVERFAILS TO CURE . The only articleknownthatWill eradicate th i s disease perm an en ty from the system. J.C.RICHARDSON. SOLE PROPRItTOR General Agents, RICHARDSON SCO. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. EVERYWHERE. Slasonle .Notice. "PVESOTO LODGE, No. 29, V. & A. M. lr win nota it gtacea communication. tbls (WEDNESDAY) evening, Marcb 2 tin, at 71 o'clock, for work in tbe K. a. decree. All K A.'s In aood btandins are tratemallr tnvlte4. ijy oraer nun r . rmts, w. M. Attest: R. C. Williamsom. Secretary. t brut. Houston Count . . We bave known "Swift's Sypbllitle Soecta" tested la hundreds of obtttnote cases of Spjbllls, Mercurial Bbeumatlsm. tcrofula, etc.. and testify tbat it male tbe moat perfect and permanent cures in orcry case. CapL Hueb L. Dennard, Sam. D. Klllen, Judge Co. court; j L. warren, or nrm or J. w. Latnrop it Cj . Sivannab, 6.; E I.Jackson, Dep. Clerk 8up. Court: (i-n. Ell Warren, br. J. C. Gilbert. Drug gist; J. W. Mann, Co. Treasurer; Wm D. Pierce, Sheriff. I am personally acquainted with tbe proprietor, and also with cany of ibe gentlemen whose signa tures appear to tbe foregoing certificate. They aie men of nigh character and etandlng. A. EL COLQUITT Governor of Georgia. PrepsT'd on y by tbe SWIKT SPECIFIC CO., At lanta, Ga. Sold byS MANeFIBLD 4 C. Will $8000. I WISH TO BORROW S8000 ON FIRST CLAS3 Residence Property, In Memphis, worth three times tbat amount, for twelve months. Will pay ten percent., legally secured. Address B. W. T.. care Anneal, Memphis. Tennessee. C2 CO CO Ul oa to o o C9 r CO LU LTD eq B3EWBTYLES FINE GOODS! Largest Assortment! Fine qualities! All Shapes! Beaver, Felt and Silk HATS! Opposite Conrt qnare. STATE & COUNTY BACK TAXES To All Persons Interested. TTNDER Instructions from tbe State Comptroller, U I desire to call your attention to the late deci sion ot tbe t-unreme Court In ibe case of the State et al. vs. Martha W. Duncan. In this case it wa held lhat the State's Hen for taxes could be enforced by bills filed In tbeChancery Court; that tbe equity of redemption would be barred, and that purchasers would acquire valid titles to real estate sold nnder these proceedings. In aoco'danos with the terms of the decree 1n this case. Twill ls-ue certificates of re demption to parlies wjo settle before tbe tiling of a bill against their prope-ty, uuon tbe payment of tbe original tax with Interest since tbe da'eot tax-sale, togetner with tbe Clerk's and Collector's fees. Oa the IStn or April Next, I will commence to file bll's against all delinquent property not redeemed by tbat date. To avoid the expense to tbe taxpayer (bat will be incurred by tbe filing of sucb bills, I bave tried as far I could to give personal nolle to parties who are interested In tbe delinquent list, and I will continue to do so until tbe date above named (April 15tu), but owing to tbe number of delinquents It will be Impossible for all to oa so noliued. ' In view of this 1 would uige upon property-owners tbe Deeesslty of calllns at once at the oflice, to see it anything appears upon tee tax books against them. Respectfully. C. WEaTHEBKf'RD, State and County Agent and Back T ax-Collector. POPULAR MOMHLY DRAWJNQ QF THE Commonwealth Distribution Co. Authorized by the Commonwealth ot Kentucky, and Kairest In tbe World, At llacauley's Theater, In. ue eltr ot Louisville, on WEDSE81)Ar, UABC1I 81, 18SO. These Drawings, authorized bv net of the !, lslature ot 18rtt, and sustained by all the courts of Kentucky occur regularly on tbe last day of every month (aun ays exce.ted). and are supervised hi yruuiiueai citizens ox ine blare. Tne Management call attention lo tbe grand oppor tunity presented of obtaining, for only 82, any of mi THE FOLLOWING PRIZES : 1 Prize- S 80,000 1 Prize 10,000 1 Prize , 6.000 10 Prizes $1000 each 10,000 20 Prizes CSOaaun .. 10,000 100 Prists 100 each 10,000 d'H) Prizes 50 each 10,000 HO J Prizes 20 each 13.000 1000 Prizes 10 each 10,000 APPROT'KAYIOM PBIZBS. 0 Prizes Cl-xni each 2,70 9 Prizes 200 each. l.GOO 8 Prizes 100 each , 000 ltB0 Prizes '112,400 Whole Ticket?. SA I Half Tieketn, 1 27 Tickets, 50. 56 Tickets, SIOO. All applications for club rates should be made to the home office. Vull list ot drawing published In LotUsvUi (four-ier-Journal and New York Hrra'fl, aad mailed to aH ticket-holders. Send all ciders by money or bank draft. In letter, or by express. Orders of $5 and up-v?.-,rd, hi express, can be sent at our expense. Ad dress K. AL KOAHDMAt. Courier-Journal Building, Louisville, Kentucky, or at No. 103 Broad e-aj.NeW York, or to No. H Wwf form street. Memphis. Term Administrator .Notice THE undersigned b as been appointed Administra tor of the Estate ot John U'ermott, deceased. All persons indebted to said estate will come forward and settle, and ail Creditors a-e beret y notified to Cle their claims wltb me, duly probated, within tba time prescribed by law or tbe same will t forever barred. March 2, 1880. lurerer i JOHN DILLON, Administrator. John Loacoe, Attorney. im ill nfTii " c voriT CD CP 1FITIT SIU Ell! MENKEN Having; made Immense purchases of Spring Silk, call special attentitn to that department. Brocaded Silks in Persian Effects, Painted Satins India Designs: AU the novelties for Over-dresses and Vesting. Inclndtos the fhlnese "Korah." I SUPBRBBLACR SILKS I All of Lyons mannfactare and frnarantesd makes Extra-wide (24 inches) Black tiros' Grain $ I 50, regular price $t 25. Job Lot of Fancy Milks 55 esnta. 0 km MM N.B. FrlnB-, Satins and rtthr ! . . - V 1 AND . V j 1 mn " ' .-- --- . -. - -i .- - .-S Q TTf Til fl TTE 1ST or Coughs, Colds. L'ronchitis O U -lAsJll XJ U JlLJOJ Asthma and consumption. AND ALL DISEASES OF rs nn In Onnrt Sinn C A TTHTTO NT boot bb deceived by unprincipled dslkr3 who tryto WXl U X lu . palm od upon you Bock and Bye In place of our TOLU. ROCK AND RYE which la the only GENCIM medicated article made, having a Uovenuneat Sump oa each botile. extraet Iron Bepart af the CammUaloner nf Internal Keyeaar. TREASURY DEPARTMEN t. Office of Internal Revenue, Washington, I). C.. January 2-1 1 R0 Messrs LAWRENCE A MARTIN. Ill Madison strrei. CMcibo. in-Genthn l h. ' .'. . eertlSed formula," giving tbe Ingredients and relative proportions ujed Ii; the nianutaciure of rn article whl b you advertise and srll under the name of TOLU, ROCK AND BYS." This compound am-wai.-u: to your formula. In the opinion of this offlee, would bavea sufficient Qii.vtl yol the BiLaYl OF TOLu to give it all Cbe advantages ascribed to this article in pectoral complaint, while the Whisky and the Syrup constitute an emulsion rendering tbe compound an agreeable remedy to the patient. In tha on-nttm of this office, an article compounded according to this formula, may properly be cU8rd ai a medicinal preparation unier tbe provisions of Schedule A, following Section 8437. United Slates Hevi-ed sttii4 and when so stamped may be sold by Drugglnts, Apothecaries and other persons, aiibout rendering tru-m UMflV tv - erwuu I1A SMS AllUVt. WOioin, fUUIl Loiundj - ttKEKs H Kll H, Commlaalan r. LAWRENCE & JUBTljr. Proprietors, 111 Madison utreet, Chicago. VSsU la ScbbUs by all Drsgglsts, " --! mw nassrubu et et o.wnn win rply the trw at W. T. fJnwtfre. UMti BOWDRE, MALfli k CO. COTTON FACTORS; gS Front street iJ&S,$?gI5Si SIeiiuns. Tenu. A. YACCABO. B. VACCABO, A. VACCA.RO & CO., IMPORTERS A.XO DEALERS IX Wines, Liquors and Cigars, M.H.Coover&Oo MASUFACTCREKS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings, ALL KINDS OF DOOB AND WINDOW F11AMES, Brackets and Scroll Work, Bough and Pressed Lumber, Shingles. Lath?, Etc., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington street. TMCoTaataliism. J. T. FARfiAS! Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, 369 Front street, Memphis, Tennessee, ajmo Cotton Factors and Commission 3Xer chants 10 Uravler street, 9ierr eirieans. l,a. TTTI HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH OE OUR HOUSE AT NEW ORLEANS TO MEET T 'LU VV wants of our trade, and eooslgnmenU ot eotton will have careful atontlno. Jno. W. Dillard. He DILLARD, OOFFII i Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers; 260-262 Front street. KTemnhiB. GEI6EASAU IEBI WOllfl 3PK.,ixcaJLo tJb t si vorinoro. Prop's I 98 Second St., opp, Market Square, Slemplm. t911oase Front, Columns, LlnUls, Iron and Brass Casting. General Repairs and Everftning In t Line of Fonndry and Hfarhlne4hop Work. J. R. GODWIN. L. D. aCLLIXS. Jr. . R. GODWIN Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 336 Front street, cor. Union, Memphis. Particular attention given to ths? hannllngof eotton while in vTsimi AAttllilUX HILL, A HILLFOWTAIE& COTTON FACTORS 296 and 298 FRONT STREET, I COR. THIRD AND LOCUST ST3., MEMPHIS.... TEXX. ST. LOUIS MISSOURI, t A gents for tbe Oeleltrated VL Carver otton-filn& C If. E8TES, 1st Kates. Finer V Co. I JAa Bu DOAI, Heaaphla. Ten a. ESTE9 BOAH GO Hneeessnrs to Kstee. riser A Co-1 Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And CoKsmlsslon Merchants, Nos. Hi and 13 Union Street, .Memphis, BROTHERS Trimmings t watch vrv MuMta. -H THE THROAT AND LOGS. Baltic for Fanlly Uar. aOSLTJUli U I IV, Grseeri aad Wine Merchant a-rnernilj- ju., r Ht.l I a CO. aad A. VAC1A li iBfiii - iorT' i-l. Unlene. m. sr. t w jrj A. tt. VACCABO. TormoMt". I, Cofin. SI. 6. Hall Sills, Yentllators, Cellar-Gratinir, all kind 8. M. MefJALLl il rONlAXNt, Of u AND- i eo, .-i:aa.sr '