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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, NOVEMBEE 30, 1880.
MEMPHIS APPEAL h rms of nbcrlptlom DAILY, One eopv. one rear, by mall Out copy, Ix months, by mail OMQsopy. oue month, by mall One copy, one week. In city, " WEEKLY, IV ronv. one vear , , , . nAnhi - ..,.. u" UALLAWAY A KEATING, 11. c OAM.AWAT. 1 rttVJ 8on.l rtreet. J. M. KaaTi.xo. t Memphis, Tenn. itrf-F.i.tcrcl at tb FntoHlce ml phl. Trail., u w.-e.mil-4'lsm. Mwltfr. 10 oo 1 oo o A FENIAN RISING TUESDAY, MY. 30, 1880 ixnit-ATioam. for the Ohio calley and Tennessee, loner ixiromeler, stationary or higher temperature, northerly, veering to easterly or southerly wind, dear or partly cloudy weather. The Inevitable Kesult of the Preseut Tendency of Affairs in Ireland, Is the Opinion of the London Ob serverMore Troops" No Irfeh Meed Apply." Heforro in the English Judicial System Effect of the DeCissey Decision Riot in Russian Poland Mexican Railway and Steamship Concessions. THE OPPREMED JEWS. Trnlv mav it be said that America U the asylum for the oppressed. Whenever any portion of the people of Europe become . ppreweil, Uicy turn their eyea toward Aia. riea with as much faith as the worship er,, of the sun look to the eastern twilight. Our free institutions furnish the panacea to cure the wound." inflicted by the handa of i, -.. u. The crushed and persecuted people of Hungary, Ireland, Poland, and others subjugated by tyrnanical power, have found relief iu free America, and it seems the op pnsscd Jews in Germany have been forced t i seek the same protection. Let them come. They will be welcomed not "with bloody hunds to hospital graves," but with the same cordiality which the American peeple extend to the oppressed of all nations. The condition of the Jews of Roumania is not unlike that of the Irish. When the treaty of Berlin was ratified in 1876 it was thought by Jews all over the world that a better lime was coming for the long oppressed and continually maltreated Roumanian Jews. It was one of the condition of the treaty, and one, by the way, that begi t more controversy and created more trouble than any other, that were Roumania freed from her subjugation and tribute to the sultan she should grant to all her citi zens equality and freedom and the franchise of the ballot. There has, however, been little change in the condition of the race in that country, and the Hebrews claim that Rou mania' action toward them is in open viola tion of the Berlin treaty. They are permit ted to have their synagogues, but religions freedom is merely tolerated. There are de barred from the professions and from hold inn public office and by enactment of quali fication laws they are, with few 'exceptions, deprived of the elective franchise, for two vears past the anti-Jewish feeling has been increasing in Germany, and as despot ism takes no step backward, the Jews have become alarmed, ami have resolved to hud a refuge in America from the oppres sion which they see will soon become in tolerable. All this trouble is inspired by jealousy. The Germans have suddenly awakened with alarm to the fact that the money power of the empire is controlled by the people of Israel. This may be one cause of the bitter feeling against the Jews, but the principal cause, undoubtedly, is the inherent prejudice existing in continental Europe against a people whose greatest crime is in dustry, and whose raost grievous offense is the knack they have of getting money and keeping it. Such an outbreak of race-feeling in Germany certainly speaks bad for a nation that claims to have made great strides in civilization during the past century. The nil-Jewish feeling, we had supposed, was confined almost entirely to the Turkish pos sessions. Jealousy of the thrift and enter prises of this most able mass has had much to do in instigating these persecutions. Sta tistical facts recently published show that the Jewish population of Germany have steadily enlarged their wealth even in times of great depression. In Irussia they have been particularly prosperous, and may be said to hold control of the entire commercial and financial system of that kingdom. There are some 400,000 Jews in Germany, while (iermau-Austria has double that number. In France there are only 50,000, and in England 40,000. In Roumania there 400,000 out of a population of 5,000,000. This new source of immigration has had a tendency to revive the old knownething party. But, as the Jew make good citizens and readily assimi late themselves to our institutions, our people csre nothing about their religion, save the belief thtt it is a heresy. This new source of immigration is another indication of the immense growth of our common country. America will ever be the asylum for the op pressed nationalities of the old world. There is a Providence that directs the tide of the oversowing populations of pent-up Eu rope to our shores that no human power no mere narrow-minded prejudice of those who came before, or of their offspring can with stand. No matter what obstacles the policies or the measures of governments may, for the time being, raise, the people are coming, and coming in, either by the front or by the back door. The panpers and criminals who lorm the drees of christian civilization, and the heathen who would destroy that civilization, may and should be excluded under the higher law of self-preservation. But the kindred !tnd the peers of the origicjtl settlers of this country, and those who have ajrjee joined them and made it what it is, must and will always be welcome so long as there is here laud for the landless aiid liberty for the HIV crtv -loving; Ioxdon, November 2D. The Chilians oc cupied Pisco, 130 miles south of Lima, on the twentieth instant, without opposition. AUSTRALIA. Mei.bovrme, November 29. The com mander and six of the crew of ber majesty's schooner iiandtly have been murdered at Solomon islands. PERSIA. I kiikuan. November 29. Sheik Abdul lah is reported to be negotiating with the frincipal Kurds to form a coalition agaiust 'ersia in the spring. BRITISH INDIA. Loxdox, November 29. A dispatch from Calcutta says the news from the outbreak in Cashmere is reassuring. The Maharajah is, however, pushing forward reinforcements. GERMANY. Berlin, November 29. The Gazette de clares that Berlin and neighboring towns are in a state of siege for another year. Another ship load of socialists have left Hamburg for America. SPAIN. Madrid, November 29. The duke of Medina, brother-in-law of Don Carlos, was onlered to shorten his stay in Spain because he received the visits of prominent ultra montancs. He did not comply, whereupon he was ordered to leave the country forthwith. AFGHANISTAN. London, November 29. A dispatch from Calcutta says: Orders have been issued for the removal of the telegpraph between Pe shawur and Lundi Kotal. This seems to in dicate a speedy evacuation of Khyber,which is the sole remaining fruit of the campaign iu eastern Afghanistan. SOUTH AFRICA. Om-k Town, November 29. The rebels have liecn dislodged from the Leribe moun tains. The colonials lost four men. It is belived that the rebels lost heavily. A patrol from Mafeting found a large body of Baauiitos in their front and the patrol re tired without engaging the enemy. a detachment of artillery, with two guns, will be sent there. It is probable that the trial of traversers will be going on when parliament assembles. Korster, chief secretary for Ireland, has gone to Dublin, and will probably remain ; there until the houses meet. I The total cost of the Boycott relief expe- : dition is 10,000. It is stated that the jjovernnient has de cided to reinforce the Birr garrison by 600 men, and to dispatch troops to rsanagner, Portumna and several other small western towns. A dispatch from Dublin says the resolu tion of the government not to resort to coer cion has caused very deep disappointment and apprehension among all classes in the disturbed districts, and they look with alarm at the prospect of more outrages and a wider spread of intimidation and disaffec tion. There is good reason to believe that the executive wrll try to show, by greater activity and energy, that they possess suffi cient power in the ordinary law. The dis turbed precincts are flooded with the con stabulary and military, and all the resources at the command of the authorities are avail able, when required, for the protection of life and preperty, but the secret and complete organization of "the Leaguers enables them to anticipate the movements of the constabu lary, and, in some instances, to defeat them. There can be little doubt that the organiza tion of the league is most perfect and formi dable bv connection with the Fenian system. It is this that makes intimidation so lrresist able. In some districts it is practiced with great subtlety and skill, so that the authori ties are unable to counteract it. They can only deal with open acts of violence, which are avoided as much as porsible, while more iffectual terroism is carried on under an ex ternal appearance of tranquility. The Press association reports that four other regiments are under orders for Ireland. Nearly one thousand more members have joined the Land league in Kidysart district. At a land meeting iu Loughry several priests were present. Many agitators carried naked swords. Dublin, November 29 The police will protect Loughmask. A large land meeting was held at Sligo to day. Davitt, Dillon and Sexton were pres ent. Two bottles of gunpowder were found under the platform before the meeting be gun. The magistrates of county Clare resolved to call upon the government to take measures to maintain law and order. It is proposed to present each Ulster man who took part in the Boycott expedition with a silver medal, in commemoration of that office. SHOT IN A MINE. The Llentenant-Goveriior-Elect of Colo rado Fatally Wonnded Near Lead vllle An Accidental Affair Suspicious Circumstances Explained Away. Noted Bank Robbers Captured Alter a Vigorous Resistance Explosion of ias Sharp Shock of Earthquake Extensive Conflagration in Virginia Other Fires. St. Paul's Bay, Quebec, November 29. A severe shock of earthquake was felt here Sunday morning at 8 :30 o'clock. KIUd by m Locomotive. Milwaukee, November 29. John Ben nett, an old citizen of Watertown, was struck by a locomotive and instantly killed last night. and Giticura ltchimr Humors, Scaly Humors, Blood Humors, Speedily, Permanently and Economically Cured when Physieians and all other methods fail. What are skin and Scalp Diseases but the evi dence of internal Humor ten times more difficult to reach and cure, which floats in the blood and other fluids, destroying the delicate machinery of life, and filling the body with foul corruptions, which burst through the skin in loathsome enip- lons.' CUTICURA RESOLVENT, the new Blood Puri fier, internally, CUTICURA, a Medicinally Jelly, assisted by the CUTICURA MEDICINAL AND TOILET SOAP, externally, have performed the most miraculous cures of Itching, Scaly and Scrof ulous Humors ever recorded iu medical annals. CLOTHING. I.I V EK PAD. Am la MYSTERIOUS ASSill.I. A Colored Woman and Her Daughter Assaulted nnd Bndly Beaten by a Colored Man An Arrest Made Which Say Develop a Murder. The remains of Estclle Anna Lewis were dcposUeu' in the catacombs of Kenaal Green cemetery, London, Sunday, preparatory to removal to New York, according to the di rections in the will of the deceased. Wm. J. Hoppin, secretary of the American lega tion, attended the funeral as representative. Minister Lowell, and Ingram, biographer of Edgar A Poe, and other members of the literary world were present. The officiating clergyman ezpressel the hope that the re spect shown for the deceased authoress by hat English friends would be received lathe United States as an additional token of good will. e GREECE. Athens, November 29. Von Radowitz, the German minister, had frequent inter views with Premier Coumandouras and ad vised the adoption of moderate councils, but the government is determined to continue its military preparations. The king is pres ent almost dairy at the drill of the troeps. ITALY. Rome, November 28. The debate in the chambers of deputies on the cabinet's policy was resumed to-day. Cavalnta, of the ex treme left, stated that he could not give the mini-try a vote of cofidence, but as they con sided the vote a want of confidence that would endanger the passing of certain bills they would nut vote against the signers. Crispi differed with Cavalata, and said he woold vote against the cabinet. The debate then adjourned. RUSSIA. Pbagub, November 29. A popular meet ing of the young caeeh party to-day was closed by the authorities on account of the tumultuous proceedings. St. PtTiauiBt RO, November 29. The resig nation of the governor general of Kason, im plicated in the recent act of cruelty to Tar tars, has leen accepted. The OHM says : "Russia will continue to support (jreeoe morally, but cannot spend blood or money on the I i reek cause." The Agenre Ru.ne Bays: "If Persia is un able to subdue the Kurds Rus?ia, consider ing the vicinity of her own frontier, would doubtless feel Iwrand to aid Persia." FRANCE. Paris, Novemler 89. Lotsaat, in defend ing himself, delivered a violent and insulting tirade against tleneral DeCissey. A large crowd cheered Kocheiort as he left the court. Several persons were arrested yesterday while proceeding to La Vallais cemetery to make a demonstration at the grave of the com munist Terry. London, November 29. A Paris dispatch says that the socialist paper proposes a sub scription to cover the fines in the DeC'ssey case, while General LVCissey intends to give the damages awarded him to the military fund. The leniency of the judgment seems due to two reasons; firstly, the judges thought that the parliamentary investigation would reveal something, and they could notj mere fore, impose an irremedial penalty, like Im prisonment; secondly, the imprisonment of the dofendant might have led to demonstra tions in the streets and clubs. The judgment, iioweVLf, perfectly rehabilitates General De Cissey, but the officers of the army seem much irritated, at a judgment of which they cannot comprehend the motives. ENGLAND. London, November 2S. The lord high chancellor, Lord Selborne, yesterday presid td ct the meeting of the judges of the high court of justice, for the purpose of consider ing the existing vac?i;cies on the judicial bench. The conference was adjourned until Monday. This council of judges is empow ered to meet, undei' the provisions of the ju dicature act, and make Recommendations re garding the constitution cf law courts ami the status of judges, Jt j? thought thai it will recommend that the oflces of etfaj baron of m the exchequer and chief justice of " common pleas hp allowed to . The appointment of Lord (Coleridge as chief-justice of England virtu ally fuses the three common law divisions. Chief-Justice .Cule.i.:;u ranks as president of the common law side of one high law court, the lord-high-chaucellor ranking a" supreme on the chancery siue, wnne an omer juuges become judges ol nr-a instate on tueir re suective aides, without reference to tlie flour! ... .1 '.I L-l 1 T I I. . to Which tliev nitnerio oeiongeu. 11 is ue lieveij that a" great step will thus have been i-ained iov.-i.-d carrying out On Sunday night a colored woman, Allen Danebury, residing on Johnson avenue, near the Raleigh road, while asleep in her bed was assaulted by an unknown man with a Hat iron and was rendered insensible. Her daughter, who was out at the time, hearing her screams, returned and recognized her as 1...- ...,..,.-.. ,,-,.,...1 A T,;.... ,.l,.."r.. sided near by. He at once attacked her, knocking her senseless. When found she was lying in the bayou not far from the house and in an insensible condition. Captain O'llaver, of the police, arrested Trice on suspicion of committing the out rages. He is charged by the women with committing other assaults upon them some months since. Several months since a younger daughter of Mrs. Paue- bury was foullv murdered in the same house while the family was at church She was a cripple, and while asleep some one entered the room and pierced her body several places with an icepick, beating her brains out with the heavv end. She had no enemies, was a girl more than fourteen years of age, and the vile perpetrator has so far es caped detection ami. punishment, ihe pres ent arrest may throw some light on the pre vious murder. The matter will be duly in vestigated when the injured woman and girl are able to appear and testify. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The members of the city governmen sud a number of business people have been summoned to appear before the crimina grand jury to-day to testify as to the action of the Memphis water company in its inabili ty to supply water, with a view to indict the company tor a misdemeanor. The Little Rock cotton and produce ex change held a meeting on Wednesday last and passed a series of resolutions asking the senate and house of representatives to enact such legislation as mav be necessary to pro tcct and foster the inspection service of the National board of health within the limits of the State. Many citizens complain that in June last they paid the Memphis water company six months rent in advance, and since that time but little water has been supplied, and that thev have suffered damages bv th bursting of pipes and loss of business in con ssicnoc, which they intend to claim damages or offsets when the water company in January next demands pay of six months in advance again. Jh)s will give rise to nu mcrous and interminaole lawsuitF, both the law and chancery courts. Her Sou Our PINE OVERCOATS are made by Custom Tailors, are trimmed in the best possible manner, and are equal in ev-1 ery respect to the finest Cus tom Work. We request those who are accustomed to have their Clothing made to order to call and examine our stock of Fine Suits and Overcoats. You will beastonished at the HOLMAN'S PAD SIMPLY CURES without by PLANTERS INS. CO. OF MEMPHIS Insures against Fire, Marine and Inland Risks at Moderate Rates. PAID IP CAPITAJlT, 1 : : 0150,000 1. T. PORTER, Pres't. JOHN OVERTON, Jr., V. Prest. 0. D. RAINE, Sec'y. D I R E CT O R 8 : S. II. BROOKS, R. L. COFFIN, BEN EISEMAN, J. W. FUI.MER, W. B. GALBREATH JNo. OVEKTOn.Jr., D. T. PORTER, G. V. RAMBAVT, X. R. SLEDGE, A. B. TREADWELL. MR. RAINE. the Secretary, is also Agent for the Korih German Inxnrance Company, or UamborK, (irrniaay, a Company first-class In every respect. Office in Company's Building, 41 Madison St. s Woman Kills Herself. East Stovghton, Mass., November 29. Mrs. Littlefield yesterday poisoned her hus band and son." The latter died, and this morning she shot herself dead. Insanity was the cause. Killed by the Explosion of a Mad Drnm. Wheeijn-o, W. Va November 29. Ihe mud drnm under the boilers at the works of the Norway tack factory blew up this morn ing, wrecking a part ol the Duuaing ana killing Wm. Lodge, the engineer. The dam- . . i .1 i . ..An age to me Duuaing is kooul -tow. Driven to Suicide by Unrequited Love. St. Louis, November 29. Carrie Haines, voune lady twenty years old, in a fit of despondency occasioned by unrequited love, threw herselt in Iront ol a passenger train at t airmount, Illinois, yesterday, ana was in stantly killed. Hentcnoed to One Tear in J oil St. Locis, November 29. Thomas A. Hill, a lawyer of this city, who has been in jail some six months, charged with various phases of counterfeiting, was brought before the United States court this morning. He pleaded guilty to having bogus coin in hi? possession and was sentenced to one year in jail. Bank Robbers Arrested. IxjNDON, Ost., November 29. Harry White and Matthew Allen, believed to be the leaders of a gang of bank robbers, were ar rested lv the police after a stout resistance. Their accomplice escaped. They had rob bed a safe last night in the office of F. T. Clark, a broker, of a large amount of money. The sum was recovered from the persons arrested. Banker on Trial for Fraud. Chicago, November 29. The case against B. F. Allen, president of the defunct Cook county National bank, for fraud agaiust the Government and the bank's creditors, came up in, the Jrederal court this morning. A motion to quash the indictment was over ruled, and the trial began. It has become a case of considerable interest on occount of the prominence of Mr. Allen in banking and social circles, and of the long delay in bring- inc the case to trial, the tailure ot the hanK having occurred in 1874. Explosion of das. New York, No 'ember 29. An explosion of gas took place in the basement of the five- story iron building io. t6 White street, oc cupied by Wilmerding, Hoguet & Co., auc tioneers, this morning, ine Duuaing was shaken and the cellar walls in the rear,where the explosion took place, were destroyed. Three men Wm. A. Kobbe, Wm. McKee and Charles Brown were injured, Kobbe probably fatally. The damage to the build ing is considerable. The explosion was caused by the plumber searching with a lighted can dle for a leak in the gaspipe, Keloasa of a Forger. New York, November 29. The terms of release of William E. Brockway, the alleged forger and counterfeiter, who was accused of being concerned in counterfeiting $240,000 worth of government bonds, was that he should surrender the plates from which the bonds were printed to the government. The plates were delivered to Chief Drummond, of the U n i tut states secret service bureau J! nday, when Brockway was released to become his own bondsman, giving $o0,000 for his ap pearance when wanted. It is said now he will not be prosecuted. Shooting; of Governor Robinson. ECZEMA RODENT. B ZFMA RODENT. F. H. Drake, Esq., agent for narer lino uroiuer. ieiron, .men., Kiven nu us- . -m m tonisWng account of his case (Ecseuia R, ,! .mij mHUCUSC StOCK ailfl Olegailt sic inns without benefit, and which speedily yielded to the Cutieura Remedies. SALT mil l 1. SALT RHEITM. Will McDonald, 2M2 Dearborn street, Chieago Trstefullv acknowledges a cure of Bait Rhenm on Head, n :a . -ee. arms and legs, for seventeen j ear-; nut able to wulk except on hands and knees for one year; not able to help himself ioreight v,-. ; tried huielr-.-ds of remedies; doc tors pronoun d his case hopeless; permanently cured by the t uticura Remedies. BntiWOBH. Kl WORM. Geo. W. Brown, 4S Marshall street, Providence, R. I., cured by Cutieura Remedies of a Ringworm Humor, gpt at the barber's, which spread ail over the ears, net ': nnd face, and for six years resisted all kinds of treatment. SUIN DlfeliAKE. 9. A. Steele, Esq.. Chicago. 111., savs: "I will say that before I used tae rUTICl'RA REMEDIES I was in a fearful stale, and had given up all hope of ever having any rellel. They have performed a wonderful eure for me. and of mv own free will and accord I recomiueud them.' I'LTH I KA KKMEDIE.-S are prelum d l.v W & POTTER, Chemists and Druggists, Mo Washing ton street, Boston, and are for sale by all druggists. Price of CUTICURA, a Medicinal Jelly, small boxes, SO cents; large boxes, $1. CUTICURA RE SOLVENT, the new likod Purifier, 1 per bottle. CUTICURA MEDICINAL TOILETsOAP, 25 cents. CUTICURA MEDICINAL BHAVTO3 SOAP, 15 cents; in bars for Barbers and large consumers, SO cents. All mailed free ou receipt of price. R1DICAL IB$ War CATARRH. KAN'FORTVS RADICAL CVRF.. CATARRHAI SOLVENT and IMPROVED INHALER, wrapped 111 one iiaokagp. with full din ctiOns, ana noid D5 all druggists for One Dollar. Ask for SAN- KOKD-.S KAUUJALn Kb. Vmm n si mi tie enld or influt-na 10 the rot tin if. slouffhing, and dealt-, of the senses of Smell, Taste ana Hearing, tn:s great remeay is supreme Poison mm mucous aecumuhuions are remowd the Mlttl rat!uitrRiie cleansed, disinfected. soothed and honied, constitutional raviufet- cheeked, the blood purihed of catarrhal poison, tlcepenea in coior, una mrf.uKiiicut.-ii i" ntrKi- Ing properties. Thufl.cxten.aUy and internally in accordance with reason und common sense .Joes this arreat. economical remedy work, in stantly relieving and permanently curing the most aggravated and dangerous forms ol human suffering. General Agents, WEEKS & POTTER, Boston. styles we have to show you. and what will surprise you most w ill be the Low Prices we sell them at. L. LOWENSTEIN, 3 ti and 2 1 Main Nlrcet. BOOTS SHOES. JOHN CONDON 3 wf iL .2 mHX Medicine. 1 rrJJ Absorption The ONLY TRUE MALARIAL ANTIDOTE Dr. Holman's Pad is no guess-work remedy no feeble imitative experiment no purloined Hodge podge of some other inventor's ideas; it is the original and only genuine mraliie I'ad, the only remedy that has an hoiiosily-acquired right to use the title-word" Pad" in connection with a treatment for chronic diseases of the Stom ach, Liver and Spleen. By a recently perfected improvement, effected by the nddftion of vegetable ingredients of newly-dis covered remedial vulue and absorptive adaptabil- ltv, Dr. Holxan has greatly increased the scope of the Pad's usefulness and appreciably augmented its active curative power. This great improvement gives Holman's Pad (with its Adjuvants) complete and unfailing con trol over the most persistent and unyielding forms of Chronic Disease of the Ktomarn and Liver, us well as nnlarlnl kmmmi -poison nit. Hoi man s 1'ads nave curol. am are osiiy curing. diseases of so many kinds, that the list is well-nigh Interminable. It Includes Malarial roison 11 very type, from Aching uoue ina low revers 10 Chills and Dumb Ague; Stomach Disease., such as Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Chronic Diarrhea, Flatulency, Heartburn, eic.eic. Liver Disorders, like Biliousness, uiiious-eonc. Dangerous Fevers, Sick-Headache, Pains in the Side, Bilious Fevers, Torpid Liver, etc.. etc. Wen docs this mighty remedy justify the eminent rroi. Loomis's high escomium: " It is nearer a Univer sal Panacea than anything in Medic ine !" The success of Holm an s I Ais lias inspired imi tators who offer Pads similar in form and odor the K-ennine llolinan rnd. Blewnre ol these bogus and imitatiou I'ltdx, gotten 11 it oulv to sellon the reputation ol' the (iKM lVK llolinan Pad. Kachgennine llolinan Pad tn-nrs the l'ri- vate Hevcnue Kimnp of the Holman Pai Company, with the above Trade-Mark, printed in (lent. aarForsale byall first class druggists, or sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of 82. HOLMAN PAD CO., P. O. Box'2112. 93 William St.. New York. It. I.. COCHKAH. C. A. COCHKAH. M. A. COCHRAN. &C0. R. L COCHRAN MA M FKTl'KEttS OF Lumber, Lath and Shingles, Doors, Nash and Blinds, and all kinds of Parking Boxes. Office and Yard, ror. Union and Third Saw and Planing MilK North End Nary Yd. SALESROOM CORNER OF UNION AND FRONT STREETS. Memphis. i t t t TennCMtcc TV. T. BOWDRE. BOOTH . MAI.OMB. H. P. BOWDRE. MEDICINAL. jk POMT1TE CURE. Without medicine, ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDI CATED BOUGIES. Patented Oct. 16, 1876. One box No. 1 will cure any case In four days or less. No. 1 will cure the most obstinate esse, no matter of In w long standing. No nauseous doses of ciibebt, copaiba, or oil of sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia, bv destroying the costings of the stomach. Pries, 11 50. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGI8T8, or mailed on receipt of the price. For further particulars send for circular. P. O. box 1533. J. C. ALLAN A CO., 83 John sip-el. New York. We offer ?500 reward for any case they will not cure. Quirk, safe and sure cure. 5 1 COMmSSIOtf MERCHANTS. Qjjy More continuous and power- VOLTAICIEUCTHO "; CTf9 talned from Coffiiw's Voltnie Electric Moulin than any $2 battery made. They arc a speedy and certain cure for Pain and Weak ness of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys and Urinary Or gans, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Female Weakness, Nervous Pains and Weaknesses, Ma laria, and Fever and Ague. Price 25 cents. Sold everywhere 333 MAIN STREET MTEAR TJ3TI03Xr. POWDGK AXI SHOT DEPOT A.J.VIENNA I9P0HTI:B A Mi DEALER IN GILT-EDGE TOXIC. m wrw m,m m m - ! IS A RIFLES and PISTOLS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE. 345 Main Si, Memphis. POWDER AXD SHOT DEPOT. Repairing: Done ami Warranted. 3000 Barrels in Store, and consignments arriving regularly. I represent a number of leading mills in Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois, and offer their products to the trade, at Lower Prices, than similar grades can be laid here for from St. Louis. I am also sole agent here for the unsurpassed Patent Rolled " AM- BROSIA," "CUPOLA" and URn.T.FAF 4 " VY.OYTRS. Bowdre,Malone&Co. COTTON FACTORS, . 2SO Front street, liSfi!f",S85SSof) "'" Tenn. GEO. RUBSCH fc CO Manufacturers and Proprietors of the Improved Water Elevator AND PURIFYING PUMP, Manufacturers of Galvaniz'd Iron Corniced Architectural Work TIX, IRON t SLATE ROOFERS, Boots anil (.utters Repaired. Roofs Painted. Estimates for work furnished on snort notice, and or ders by Telephone or Hall promptly attended to. GEO. RUESCH & CO. 46 and 47 Charleston Avenue, Opposite Memphis sud Charleston Depot, Mcmpliis Tonneaaee. MAM I VITI KKK OF TUB CELEBRATED ALABAMA LIME, AVE NOW A COM 1'I.ETE STOCK of BltKECH- LOAOKMOi toe aeon, Werner, Liayorouan, Colt and Moore make on nana. Alw. complete stock of SiKirtinc Equipage. STOVES, r. MURK JOHN RE ID, Flour Commission Merchant, 366 Front streot- MniDhis, Tenii. CBLAKPAOTfE. THOROltiH In every ease of Malarial Fever, and Fever and Ague, while for di.-orders of the stomach, torpidity Dfvvis November H A. re nor t reaches of the liver, udigeation and disturbances of the . '. -uvemDer report reacnes trmAm. wh'eh del.iliisie. it has no eoniva- lent, and can have no substitute, it should Hot tie confounded with triturated compounds of cheap , spiritsjaud essential oils, often sold under the name I of Bitters. Sold by druggists and general dealers. I and at wholesale by C. P. Hunt , Co. and B. J. i Semmes A Co. AMUSEMENTS. The Hootch insane asvlunis are the nicwt penci l. They are rows of cottages instead of irreat stone prisons. All forms of restraint are totally abolished. The inmates are employed and amused as if they were ration al U iugs, and in Tiaiting them it i a hard u realize that one is in an insane asylum. Ko windows arc barred or doors locked. Pa tients are free from all visible restraint, but are watched closely by attendants, and only few escape are reported. The results of -tich a system are so encouraging that It is difficult to see why it is not introduced into this country. SOME of the defenders of "cheap money ' claim that the I'nited States puts a larger proportion of bullion into it.- dollars than other countries put into their silver coins. That is not where the difficulty lies. The United States requires the silver dollar of eighty-eight cents to be taken to any eTtent as of equal Talue with the gojd dollar of a hundred cents, which is in opposition to those laws of trade which tjorern the value d currency spite of congressional provisions. The Xew York Times exclaims: "Our Indian policy U a disgrace to the uation"' The Times should issuember that if we steal the Indian's land aud hi'! him with Jead and whisky, we send him missionaries la fat him know how nioeu better our relig- ;hsu his. What we do does not make him feel tiiat superiority, eo the missionary i. 11. i,;, l.u his own observation fails to discover. Thc cases of American naturalized citi zens who have been arrested in A Usee and Loraine on charges of owing military asrvice hire been decided in accordance with the claim of the United States government. The release of Weil has already been reported, and it is announced that in bis case, as well as in the previous one of Cietres, all fines and penalties imposed by the German govern ment have been remitted. Th Montenegrins have occupied the whole district ol Dalcigno. Trince Kikita has promised the inhabitants of the ceded district liberty of worship, amnesty and se ooritTe tenure in regard to property. The in habitants uf Dulcigno have !eeu disarmed. Irvishsaha has arrived at Constantinople Titli his tr'.ops, and announces that be will go tov, ... AT a late liotn- ytejsisj- evening the re maining four bodies at the iwenty meu who tfihcd in the Hudson r-fr nrml were re covered and taken to the Jersey City. -m A routwcaftiEXs askimt hcara.Uut.thw Irish Land league has ordered all money' which the judiciaturo cts were intended to effect. MONTENEGRO. LoXDOft, November 29. A dispatch from Badsic says that the Montenegrins have sent fonvs to guard the new boundary, which, so far, has been maintained without interrup tion. The Turks kept at a distance of 500 paces. On the entry of the Montenegrins into Dulcigno the delegates from the fleet and General l'etrovic and staff were met by a deputation of citizens. The Montenegrin flag was hoisted oil the fortress with a salute of twenty-one g"uns. The town is perfectly quiet. A dispatch froto Vienna says that the Alba nians who came to the support of Dulcigno have been disersed. The apprehension of the Montenegrins that the real work of occu pying the country would only begin after the Turks left are, therefore, dispelled. It teem probable that, in view of other matters that remain to Is.' settled, the international fleet will not separaie for the present. A correspondent at (Lonstsntinople states that there is reason to helivc that the 1'orte's eoargetic action ill regard to Dulcigno js due pariiv to the suspicioM attitude of the Alba nia!, league and partly to the military prepa rations tsy Greece. The recent Albanian petition to die .-..Un shows symptoms, that the movement for aatoiiopij is on the in crease. MEXICO. HAWAII" JL November S. A steamer from Vera Crui briu,-s advices from the City of Mexico up to the eighteenth. General Fran cisco Mena. ex-minMef. of Cuarajuata, has been appointed minister to tier many Gen eral Trevino has been offered the portfolio of war, and is en route to the capital. Oooceasions for a railway from San Luis Potoiii to Tanipico have been-transferred to Mr. Svmou, representative of the Atchison and To'ieka company. Mr. Symon is also representative of the Pacific Mail steamship company, and has ffojde a contract with the g..v'rniueBt that the stealers of the direct line IsjIeiK llO" Francisco and Panama shall touch twice a month at Mazallin, Manzanillo and Acapulco, and once a mouth at San Bias lie has also contracted for the establishment of a line, to be called I lie Oriental line, whose learners shall make the round trip monthly, touchier at Acapulco, Santa Cruz, San Benito, Puerto ngelo and Tonala. The company will receive $ subvention of $3000 per DlOttlJ). Many censure lit government severely lit nkjng a number of contract through one and th' .-shwc person. Congress has, br decree, approved .h im manner in which' the executive has made use of us u thorixation to make contracts for the con struction of international aud interoceanic railroads. General Gonzales objerves the strictest re serve with regard to his iiuui. 7 Lews or intentions. IRELAND. London-, November 29. The OUtrter un derstinds that the first battalion of the 1 Guards has been onlered to Ireland. It corn tains but few Irishmen, if any. The bat talion kaves Wednesday. The Ooserter in a leading article, savs. "What Irish malcon tent desire Is the repeal of the ucion. If ihe most extreme proposals .of lie Lasd leagnres were to be carried into effect popu lar agitation against Knglish rut. VMM low nothing of lis iotcusit v. It is well nigh idle ti. hone that the Irish disaffection can bn removed by remedial legislation. Our in terest and dutv equally bind us to renwie any real grtewsjlfes; but we have also got to bring home to ttie ir'iii mind the conviction that the nationalists' demand, are inadmis sible. Tilings in Ireland ue. dritlcs to- ware a crisis whose only possioie ouicw-e is anottei i'"!u rising. Ihe calamity can onlv be nverUxl h shaking it clear that no . . .. .r ' j ... l 1 1 . amount 01 aguaiion wii nuiuee j-ugiuuu 10 pretension.-. incousisUVt "llh the .1- - 1 n ' . t- i t .mo. A Him, ,.,,011, lent of the 7'imo states ih-"ilng to-.uuui;nlu d oDPosition erection of the uoltoe wi. at New : -lurbiug events two I. rubric's Theater. Last night quite a critical audience was in attendance at the Theater to witness the pres entation of Bartley Campbell's drama, the Galley Slare, by a New York dramatic com pany. The drama is of the high-pressure society order, full of thrilling incidents, such as deception, false marriage, reuniting of lovers, unmasking of the villain and a de nouement, in which the persecuted people are made happy. It is a well-constructed play and Jie interest is well kept up from the rising to the falling of the curtain. The dialogues are of an average character. The play as presented by the Caaipbell company is quite effective, the people ' being good in their respective roles. As presented last night, the play gave real pleasure to the audience. The company is composed of good actors and actresses', ami each of them played well the part assigned. The cast is as follows: Cicely Blane Miss Gussie DeForrcst Francesea Reimni Mme. Majeroni Btdnev Norcott Mr. Frank Kvans h rank: -e Fitts Mr. Thomas II. Burns Dr. Olljihanl Mr. Junius Brutus Booth Baron DcBois ........ Mr. Charles Wade Jfapier W'cllesley... Mr. CL B. Waite Csrot, the Jailor Mr Charles Webster Vis, -i , , . MVs. rjhtnl Kt,,nt-nll the reforms j Miss Fychetiay Miss Jfellio Harbour here to-night from Leadville that a riot is in progress among the miners at itobinson s Camp, about twenty miles from Leadville, and that Lieutenant-Governor-Elect George B. Robinson had been shot and killed. A relief party ha gone from Leadville. The report is believed to be true. Denver, Col., November 29. There seems to be some mystery about the shooting of Lieutenant-Governor Robinson at Robinson's Camp last night. The particulars are these: There is a dispute about the possession of a mine there, and a guard had been placed to watch it. Last night Governor Robinson and the manager of the mine went to it after dark. The guard not recognizing them, and not hearing an answer to the inquiry as to who they were, fired, he says, into a rock overhead. Governor Robihson fell, snot in four places. He is still living, but his wounds are believed to be fatal. The fact that there has been trouble between the miners and the manager during the past week, and the guard's story and the peculiarity of the wounds, makes the theory that it was acci dental unsatisfactory. Denver, November 29 Governor Robin soft died this morning at i o'clock. Whether it was an accident or a murder is not fully settled yet, but the post-mortem examination to-day will probably throw some light on the subject. It is now ascertained that the shooting of Governor Robinson was accidental. The remains wiTl be in state at Leadville to morrow, Denver Wednesday and then taken to his former home In Michigan for burial. KI1TEY HAD. wuiiPif . Miss Ada Clayton Little Daisy Mellette.. Dolores... The Galley Slate will be reproduced to night, i J he matinee to-morrow, and for the t time to-mono' ight, which will close the engagement of the conipan, llaael Klrke.' ' The ijbove-named play has been quite an attraction in e)r 5 or'' ani' other eastern cities, where it hadja long run. It will be presented at the Theater Thursday evening and during the remainder of the week. The New York Teleijram says of the play: "In Hazel Kirke Mr. Mackaye has treated tender ly of the sorrows, not the sins, the gross sins, we mean, of three people who, though erring, carry with them all the time the sympathies of the auditors. The story loses none of its Lirpe or charm because of. its purity. Jt does not break tl ..- faith in human truth of those who listen to it. A map or woman can spend an eveuing at the Madisop isquare theater hearkening to the narrative, and go home with sunshine in their hearts, became the sufferers were blest and the dramatis per suntr were homely, honest individuals, whose very virtue caused their temporary troubles, howjever were alleviated by ultimate hap piness. Nobody c$n help feeling glad that llaxl Kirk, has been so ancveful.'' Saint Andrew's Aajr, The programme for Saint Andrew's ban- iiiet to-night, at the Merchants' club room, Oyer the Crystal Palace saloon, is as follows: Installation of djcers, Wm. Fi:inie, presi dent: Andrew McKay, yicerpreiident; A J Murray, secretary i John McVouug treas urer; J T Marable, phy.k'ian. Address of welcome, by the president, Wm. J. Finnic. Supper at S o'clock. The regular toasts are as follows, and will be interspersed with ongs aud u ijjtjnna "The Day we Cele bi ate," response by ,Croi0he! A. 11. Douglass; "The Queen." response bv L. 1. Sic Frland; "The President of the Vnited States," rc smn by Hon. Caey Young-' ''The Armv ai.il Navy," response by j ''The Lasses,' response by POLITICAL POINTS. Wisnsstl At aalvrlsl Aspirants. S1. J.iu is, November A. Among ttie as pirant, for the L uited States iwnaforshipin this Slate arc Governor John . Phelps, Ex Govcrmirs Sila Woodson and B. Gratz Brown, John F. Phillips, recently defeated congressional caudidate in the seventh dis trict; Thomas Allen, president of the Iron Mountain rsilroad and newly elected con-grts-inan for the secotd district; James O. Broijdhead, Ex-Lieutenant-lio. error Charles P. Johnsou. Waldo P. Johnson, anf r. IL Cockrell, present iioufflhcjy. Wiludrau His Claims. Pt. Loris, November 29. A dispatch from St, Joseph, Missouri, says that James Craig, who ian as a Democrat for congress in the ninth district agaiust Nicholas Ford, Re-publiean-Ureenbacker,' at the late election, has wiUf-i,"!wn all opposition to Mr. ford, and the probahiiiiifs jre that the latter gen tlsmeB will receive the 11 iijjgjfr of election. t olorado's cs rrsxiouul t'otv. Dkxver, November 29. The following js the official canvass of the vole for e.,u. gressmca. Belford, Republican, 27,089; Slison, Iteaios'sai, 24,47ti; Murav, Green-baei.-r, 1M91. The legislausre will stand: Sxnau Kepb'icaus, 23; Democrat, 3. House Ropublicaas, rfi Democrats, 13. Republican majority on jonl Usllpt. 63. Ihe voic for PreaidenUal electors will be can vassed Tueedav . Freaks of ine Flames. St. Locis, November 29. The foundry of Lennox & Co., at Slattoon. Illinois, burned iast night. Loss about $15,000; jusured for $7000. Norfolk, Va., November 29. Two hun dred bales of cotton belonging to the British steamer Sandringham, and stored on Baker's wharf, were nearly destroyed by fire to-day ; insured. Eureka, N.y-, November 29. The hoisting-works and blacksmith-shop of Ihe Wales consolidated mines were burned last night. Loss, $10,000; partly insured. There was no loss of life, the miners escaping by another outlet. The works will be reconstructed at an early day. Dewoit, Mich., November 29. The fire last night in the Arcade building completely gutted the Union job printing company's office. The office was insured for $,000, which fiilly covers the loss. The adjoining job office of J. F. Eby & Co. was somewhat damaged by water. Ppt-GjfKEEFSiE, November 29. Last even ing fire was discovered in the basement of the Cannon street Methodist Episcopal church. The congregation WW quietly but promptly dismissed and a panic avoided. The flames were then extinguished. Had the lire got under headway all escape from the edifice, owing to ij peenlia construction, would have" been cut off. Wisrr Pobtt, Va., November 29. A fire Qccuifeij Jjere Jtjat night whicii destroyed the extension wharves and aed- of the Rich mond, York River and Chesapeake railroad company and the company 's steamer Shirley ; also the telegraph and freight offices and all the freight on the wharves, including 2000 bales cotton. Loss estimated at $250,000; jaw,. SPOBTS OF THE WOKLD. A MSTOTERT BT AWIDF.KT, which sunnlies a want men of eminent abilitv have ! devoted yean of study and experiment to find, a se-illc lor ilisraMeNolllie KiilnevH. Blail ller. trinary Orwans ailfl Servons Syv lem.and from the time of its discovery has raji idly increased in favor, gaining the approval aud confidence of medical men aud those who have used it: it naa tecmne a faverite with all classes, and wherever introduced has superseded all other treatments. In short, such is its intrinsic merit and suiieriority, that it is now the,nly recognized reliable remedy, ni.SKABFJi OF THE KIDSF.YN are the most prevalent, dangerous, and fatal r. flec tions thst ailliet mankind, and so varied and insid ious in their character, that persons often suffer for a long time before knowing what ails them. The most atutracRHatic symptoms are a gradual wnstlnejaway of the whole body: iiain in the hack, side or loins; a weak, feeble, exhausted feeling; loss of api-etitc and dread of exercise: scanty aud iiaiuful discharge of variously colored urine; ina bilitv ; retain or expel the nrine; minute shreds or casts In the urine : and, w hen the disease is of long duration, there Is much emaciation and gen eral nervous pmsi ration. TH K OM.Y t'FKC We sav positively, and without fear of contradic tion, that WAY'S' KIPXKY I'AD is thefirstand onlv Infallible cure for everj form eTKIdney dis ease. It is ihe best remedy yet discovered for this complaint, and more effectual in Itsopsrattoa than any other treatment. By using faithfully and per sistently no case will be fuud so inveterate as not to yield to its jwwerlul remedial virtues. IN HTROHrClLY IXIrOItSEJl. We have the most unequivocal testimony to its curative isiwcrs from many persons of high char acter, intelligence and responsibility. Our book, " IIowaLlfe Was Saved,'' giving the history of this new discovery and a large record of most remarkable cures, sent free. Write for it. DAY'S lillivi v PAPN are sold by all Druggists, or sent by mall (free of postage) on re ceipt of their price. Regular Pad, r: Special, for obstinate cases of long standing, $3. Children's, 1 50. Address DAY Kl 1X l-V PAD rO.TrIrlo. Ohio. P AITnN Owing to the many worthless Kid VMU I Itllv. nevl'n-lsnows.'ekiiigasalvonour reputation, we deem it due to the afflicted to warn them. 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Jlinlon "halleiiiie l.ny o i. . IxiSDoN. (oyember 2Q If anion has issued a challenge to I.aycoct. otl'c: ioa to row liiui for 400 a aide, l)aqlon to choose the course and the match to be Monday, otherwise Han Ion will sail December 2d. Hanlou states that he will row Laycock within six weeks from the signing of the article- agreement. A ai&tch for 500 a side was arranged to day oeiween cf anhjn and Laycock, to be rowed on the Thames within six weeks from the time of signing the articles. TvlckeM Real Roes. fxiSDON, November 29. The sculling match between Kdward Trickett and Wallace Kosa came off this evening over the Thames btmrjifm course, from the acqueduct to the ship at iorUalte. ieiljjer Ross nor Trickett were in very good trim. "Return mu even at the start, mit Trickett won tie rdev? easily, faeatingR fi four lengths. In consequence of a foul aatSajnnersmith, however, the umpire declared that the wee wfuat row again. Ross had the Surrey Htation start, which it a good one. Ross immediately went a length or more ahead, and maintained this lead to Hammersmith, when a foul occurred, Trick- ett's scull torching Ross a boat. It was a j gotd race aficr tyu to the top of Cheswick I V.u herp'Trici'"ett"toiik tlie lead and. at Barnes bridge, rowed right away from Ross, who was then beaten, lrickctt bnisning an easv winner by four lengths. The distance was 44 miles and the time 30 minutes aud 23 KVUJj Trickett and Rosa will row again Saturday at S.oo P4v HiT weather produces inaction of the liver. liptiou ol l)ie liver'causes diseased kidneys, p djseajei jfidneys undermine the life quicker than consumption. .Ml these troubles can he avoided by using Tlfarner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, the purest and best remedy ever discovered. Q ( OTTOS FACTORS. J.J.RAWLINGS&CO Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 332 Front Street, Up-Stairs - - - Memphis. B AGOING AND TIES tVWtSBSD CUSTOM ERs. 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It ...ti.;... .I... i....ti ,.,...ii.cf .1;. lnvlc mtesftitd rev tallies the torpid stomach and liver, and ttjfcctn n m.t uiiitary change in the ntfre sysfoia, vAiei! tu a .;; b.d condition. i FormetiY nil lrii2rs wnd TV-alers epi arally IIYOPIIOSPIIITES. DEBILITY NERVOUSNESS ARE tURED, lh 'It dissgrees with me." A common re msMt. if M take Tutt'H Pill tou can eat aaj'tliiiiK Vi iie uid feci nuDad effects. Thev act RpeciticalW .hi Mie liver, stomach and buvels, cauiii( a (ree Bow oi gantric juice, which is ciwenttal to good dlgexiion, (thd re; Istei the Iwwsls when all other medi cine lails. Keeu's (Jilt Edge Tome m.u. !,'- and ; "I rr I i rlili. i.I. s lor I. old. WAaaiS0Tt?,ifCo7e"er2S. The treasury department to-day 'issued JoOjOC in nilver certiacaies op deposits oi gold made in rv. Vork. $50b,00l were issued on similar de rjffsirS PP Saturday. McnjK.i.lu li. Itobm.. Washisotoh, I. CL NoTetuber 26. Tlie interior department is informed of the death 1 5 Reniamin R. Roberts, which occurred at .u'n1v ..,,.. Md., -esterday, from pneu monia. He was arrfcjurntative of the so ciety of Friend on the board of Indian com missioners, and visited this city last week iu connection with the work of Utc commissi ou, No orpin of thought or action can be employed without the assistance of the blood, ami no organ can be cmploved safely or with lmiuultv without a supTly of tiealthy blood. With healthy blood the exerdKil oiyans liecome well developed, whether tlieyiid muscular or intellectual. By the uscof Fellwws's Compound Inn or i:- pptinihile the blood la speedily v,talised and purihed. aud so made cnpable of producing a sound miud and a sound body. " Persons snffering from Impure blood, or whose health is trivfni; wav. either as ministers or those wh,. d 'om'Iv. will find in the Syrup the ma terial l liiiild Uieia up, on 1 the tonic to keep them there." DR. CI.AV. PiTTsnwJi, Mr... Manh. UCA Mh J.iMff I. 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The highest class medical men lu every large city where it is known, recommend it. PRICE: i 00 in-r Bottle. 7 00. for Six Bottles. UNDERTAKERS! 320 Main Street, Memphis. i)TJKIAL ROBES AND COFFIN HARDWARE! J Orje.sbv UsietiJLh miuptl;- fillod, aad Uawc shipped C. O. . ' J. FMuily & Co. 221 MAIN ST. 221 ll'NDKR WOKSHAM HOtSE. PLl'MBEKS. J.WXBROWNE PLUMBER! IS prepared to do all kinds of work In this line in a thorough and sanitary manner; gives special attention to Sewer and Building Connections! Also, has a Urge stock of GAS I'lXTl RKS. Gas, Steam and Water-fittings and Fixtures, Pumps, Hose, Bathtubs, etc. Has a large force of compe tent workmen. All work warranted. Agent for the Haladay WIND-MILLS. Orders solicited. BROWNE the PLUMBER, 40 Madison Street. J. A. 6A I LEY, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter 295 Second St.. Memphis. CjrECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SEWER CON O nefttnns All work Bisranted Made to Oriler in Hct Style and tVork-msnshlp. BOOT and GAITER U1JPEH8 HADE TO GltlER All Styles of Ladles'nntl Ueatlemca's HAKDIADE BOOTS and SHOES IN LARGE VARIETY. SOLAR-TIP SHOES A Specialty. WOODMANSEE & GARS IDES FINE SHOES, IN ALL STYLES. VAN BEH7S ' RYE AND ROCK" THE ONLY GENUINE. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. ONE DOLLAR PER LARGE BOTTLE. Don't be deceived by Imltntions, tint use only V!1 Boil' IS which is the ORIGINAL and the BEST. -Tradc supplied by G. W. Jones & Co. and W. N. Wllkerson A Co., at manufacturers' prices. New York. S. W. HAMPTON & CO., Cotton Factors - And Coiniiiissioii Merchants, No. 268 FRONT STREET : : ; ; ; MEMPHIS, TENN FALL SE ASON.1880 LOTTEKY. Extraordinary Drawing. ROYAL. IIAVAXA LOTTERY. DECEKBEK30, 1SM. Capital l"rir.e, $.-1011,0110; Second Capital I'rize, S-tHKOOO: Tninl Cajiital PriTC, Jlim.OOO; only 1S.000 tickets. "No priic less than ilisw. Price of Tickets Whole, $70: Half, US; Fifth. 115; Twentieth. S3"n0. Tickets Ml 0. 0. D. by Ex press if desiriMl.Aildre.-s Tl A M' FI. ORKAX lit. His 4'omnion St., Sew Orleans. TOBACCOS. mm UNDERTAKERS! 317 and SECOND, 3IEMPHIS. A Fl'LL MgoaMBBi f 07 iltTALIO CASK aTTB and c.vli always hand; also RoIh.'S and Triiuuiiuits. aOrders by icleirraph will receive our prompt attention. All gotxis siiip;ir-.l t;. O D. H. A. THOMS, UNDERTAKER, 209 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. TTssI Kol on liand a full Ftock of Collins, Burial en. Etc. Orders promptly filled. 4 XOK. JOHN A.P0WEL General Collector BONDED DEPUTY SHERIFF, Pence, With I). C. Sl.AIHiltTER, Joattoe of the OFFICE XO.9 TI VIMSOK Ml'., MEMPHIS, TENN. ll.Lpav special atleiition to collections and itner ousiuess iu a :uiu:iiiuic s court. Ulve me a caU. w Harpmann & Bro. Hanufactnrers and Importers of CIGARS, :and jobbers in TOBACCO & PIPES, NO. 286 MAIN ST. Orders Respectfully Solicited. COTTON CilXK. Chickasaw Ginning COJTPAJTY, 81 Madison Street, Memphis. The most complete Ginning 'establishment in the city. Gins and Handles cotton with the most approved ma chinery and facilities. Give ns a trial. BEARDKLCT, Miip.Tl ii trillion t. TRUSTEED SALE. Trustee's Sale. TTSDER ami by virtue of a trust deed executed. to mens trustee. of date MDtember 14. 187&. ni recorl Jn me KcK:$n-r s omce ol haeloy eounty in tok No. litn. page 402, to secure aii inliMv.! Ben therein meiiiinueu, and al tbe retjucst of tho bcuenciiry, i win, on between, the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., on tin northeast enrm-r of butt Court and Second ntreet in the itvof Mi-intiluM, sell at imMie outerv. t the hiKheM bidder, fir cash, the followim; parnr 1 ii crouna iu saia ooumy. to wn: iseinc ttit- norm two-thinis of lot No. 107 of John Orertou's subtli- vlaion of his isl-acre tnwt South Miiipliih. and eommi-iii'inir on the southwt-st corner of Clay sire and Bayburu avenue; running thence wevtwnrdly :i. the wiuih line of I ! ay -irtl seventr-vlhl feet: tntiu'e rkmuiwattily lUfa lee,: ilu-mc eo. wanllv K-kenty-flxht Isel lo Uayburn ayeuin. tbenoe iiorthwanll)' along the west line of Ray hum avenue 113H feet to the beginning. The eiuity of redemption ix waived. Title believed to be good bull will cell und convev jls truteeonly. JOUN OVKHTON, JK., Trutte, Booksellers, Stationers, Blankbook Mf'r's AND S15 MAUI STREET, : ; : PRINTERS, ; : : : MEMPHIS, TEXXESSEE. tTE INVITE FARTIl 'I'l.AIt ATTENTION TO OUR SUI'EItn LINE OF SEW I I.I. I. NT It ATI. I Jnvcnilr and Ty ItooUn, Antoarrnpn and Pholnicrapn Albums, New Ncrni tin , I. ... anil llanilMomi rif iiu OFFER AT Urli, Bibles. UNUSUALLY" LOW Hy ninalN, l.i-.. Etc., 'RICES. Pearce, Suggs & Pettit WHOLESALE M. iavin. Jolm S. Nalllvan. Thou. Clark. M. J. Clark. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, And Commission Merchants. 232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Between Adains and Jefferson. Our L N. RATNEY devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Sale of all Cotton' Intrusted to oi i i iKirKe. W e have onrown Cotton W nrclnmse, ( -onier waa&lnjrjow ami gggond ftn-ets. FOR SALE. ROOFIXO. Handsome Property Xear ihe I ulversily of Tirgluia FOB i.,:. SIX ACRES; buildings lor small family: fine grove: beaattfn situation lur larger house; usually nitai'ted l,,rn suniiuer n-siiu'iiee ; nljlu the University. Apply (P. O. Uuiversity of Va.) to mv agent, -Mr.' W, P. 01 'NNELL, or to me, at Johns Hopkins I niverMtv, Bititimciri.', Md. B. L. (JILDER.SLEEVE. REAL ESTATE FOB SiLF, BY virtue of the power vested in us by the will, and for the purpuseof paying the debts of the esuite, we ,':l'er Mr sale any of the Heal Estate of the late Judge Henry (i. Smith. A list of the property cam be seen at our office, Ko. 46 North Court street, where persons wishing to purchase are requested to call, GEORGE A. SMITH, F. W. SMITH, Exeoutors of Henry G. Smith. ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE! T ANTtS in Arkansas for sale In quantity and Li quality to suit any and all. Terms, one-Tourth cash ; balance in one, two and three years, with six per cent, interest. Lands also selected and sur veyed for parties who wish to buy or donate State lands. All selections made by actual survey. Terms moderate. Address John T. Bums or 0. P. Lylea 281 aiaiu street, aiempnis. ienn. N T Grocers, Cotton Factors AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 260 and 262 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn IOHN RnKJfR.9M Main street LOTTERY. TheLJTTLE HAVANA COMPANY OrSnpplcnipnt to KOYAL HAVANA L0TTKKY, takps place November 9, November Ueeember 11 Desiring to meet the very general demand for Low-priced Tickets, we have devised a Supplemen tary Series of Prizes, based ujiou the Regular Draw ings oi the Royal Havana Lottery, the amount of 1 nzes. in widen areas lotlows: 1 Grand Prize 1 Grand Prize 1 Grand Prize . 2 Prlzmof f J00 each 5 Prizes of 100 each i00 Prizes of 1 each 640 Prizes of r- each 230 Prizes of 2 each 9 Approximations of 120 each u the 0 re maining units of same 10 as the one draw ins the t-'jO00 Prize 2 Approximations of f20 each to the num ber preceding and following the one drawing Slupu BOOTS AXD SIIOES. t 8,000 1,000 nBaHasnl Urn v V AND SPERMATORRHSA. A VaJaable Discovery aad New Departure In Med ical Bcienr), an ant irelj New and pooltivalj effective Reniedy for the mvchIj and permanent Cure of Beml- tial Kmiaaloni and m potency by tne only true way, viz : Direct Application to the principal Seat Of t! Its ft tory Ducts. P restate Gland. OI the rtftmniiV i atUnrlMl with nn n(n n laenn. renienfe, and doa not Interfere with the ordinary pursuit a of life; It Is quickly dissolved and soon ab sorbed, producing an im:itfdlstesoothlnKsnd restor ative etlect upon the sexual and nm-roun onraalsa tlonft wrecked from self ahuse and exvwMM, topping; the drain from the aystom, restorlns: the mind to health and pound memory, removing the Xhmnesa of BiKht, Nervous Debility, Confusion of Ideas, Aversion tn Society, etc., etc., and the appearance of premature old nira usually accompany lac this trouble, and rest oritur perfect Sexual Vlsror. where It has been dormant for years. This mode of treat ment has stood the test In very severe caret, and la now a pronounced success. Drugs are too much pre scribed in t hose troubles, and, as many ear bear wit ness to, with but little If any permanent good. There Is no Nonsense about this 1' reparation. Practical ob MrratinaenAblesus to positively guarantee that It will give sntiaf action. During ihe eight years that it has hoea in general use, we have thousands of testi monials as to its vsJuo. and it Is now conceded by the Medical l'rofesMon to be the raost rational means yet discovered of reaching nd ennagthis very prevalent trouble, that is well known to be the cause of untold misery to so many, and upon whom quacks prey with their nseless nostrums and biff fees. The Itemedy is put up in nest boxes, of three siss. N.v 1 , enough to last a month.) S3 ; No. 8, (soflcient to effect a per manent cure, unless in severe cases,) 45; No. 3. (lasting over three months, will stop emissions and i est ore vigor in the worst cases.) S7. Bent by mall, sealed. In plain wrappers. Full DIRECTIONS for uainir will accompany HACK BOX. Srtul for WeIe Wr-nrrptir- PastfMS- SMftSSJ ASSSSSSSJSSSMSM sTmSBSJBSSJBBSSBBSJ S f. wftirn in rosiisee Uai thmt thru rats rFrrt m4it4MC.tntt fit- m ifif SST lifr. MfiiHti us it f ajtrrte. sold t.Ul fu HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF C. CHEMISTS. Market ami 8th St. St. Louis, Mo. . m t rtorl to pr 1 trU for th cf i A n-w and cosiplstt (.( I Pit TO WEDhM'i, rntttiinmf Caspian eo A Compiim Wia leod. Stisttios of Wif. MfiMSj of VlTfin itv. Tmrrrmrit. Sitnlttv. advxit to bru- SSSa, rMJ.U. its s CaliVasi IMumi ssapMaS, u :huU aSSSSSmm, U 1. tTV . - PHvatM Madiasl AdTlasr aulnac fre- inrun uivil saaceistioni.. l as 1f ,a haW ml wu-as4 mm aS bSa. K.tar 9mm Vis. SM-. mm -.l i ssama,. , SjSSSWSl Ol SjS " buM tmmm. A Wsk ttmimmm a-4 nalinli ''mif lU p as t stt tasS. s-4 kMSIfVMkSi) rVl iirnrtiuatti (Cta . Saws mmfim a4l a s.i.nninmi,- SSSSWSSSWSJasJ Tlgt. St.. St. IakBa. DR. WHITTIER 617 St. Charles Street, Si. Louis, Mo. A regular graduste of two Medical Colleges, hns been longer Located than any other Physician in St. Louis, as city pairs show, and all old residents know Byphills, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Orchitis, Rupture, all Urinary Diseases and Syphilitic or Mercurl al Affec tiensof Throat, Sklu or Bonee cured Safely, Privately. Spermatorrhea, Sexual Debility and Ixnpotancy, as the result of Self. Abuse in youth, sexual excesses in muturer yesrs.or over bridnwork, producing nsrrousness, rMi:nlnal emissions, debility, dimness of sight, defective memory, nhystcul riocny. nvorsion m socletT of fftmaUa confusion of Ideas, loss of sexuul power, or night losses, rondering marriage improper, nre j-ermanentiy cure.V Consultntion st office or by mail free invited. Pamphlet one stamp. Modicines sent by mail or express. Cures aount exists it is irsnsuy statea. 1 CUlUt gusninteecl. VN Mere doubt exists It lsfraxuuy stati MARRIAGE ! pI p tiffs. Over fifty wunderful pen pictures, true to life; on the following subjects: Who may marry.who not,whT, Man hood. Womsnbood, Physical decay. Who should marry How dfe and happiness may be increased; flscts of cel-lhiu-v end eices.H. and manv more. Those mnrrted nr contemplating marriage should read it then keep und?r lOCg ana Key. XDCtf. nymauin money or tr.on t Dr. Whlttler. ' fit. QhsrVes St., sit. 1st CDCC PRESCRIPTION iSiiVyssSJ I llbh Weakness, Lost Manhood. Nervousness, Bm uDuiuiiun ui iiiimi. it ion to owmJ emorr und Disorders brought on by Beers Hnhffsand Kxcessee. Acy liruvitist has the lnaTedlsnts St .ii- f iiTutive Insl i .r,lHL'harles.Bt. lla slo. Te!Vct:r Dr. JACQUES 705 Cheer, u t St, St. Louis, Mo. st old office. con tinues to cure Spermatorrboss- Seminal weakness, tm potency, all forms of Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, Oleot, Urinary or Bladder diseases. Ueeent sases cured in a few days. All the diseases resulting from self-ibnss, excesses or exposure radically cured for life with safe medicine. Advice free. Charges low. Cull or write tn strict confidence. Symptom Book for two stamps. MARRIAGE CUIDEcTS! DR. BUTTS' OiSPENSARt astrtltihed 1817 it 12 K. Ctb Strstt, ST. LC7XS, HO, THE Pbyiicuuu is charys or lies ell sad well kaowi lastt. tstion tre rrguUr gr iuiUei )B inrdicine and turnery. Tests cf KiperrPSfT in the treatment of (arusir IHVsmw havt Basis their uill said ability to uueb iDpertor to tliat of the ordinary prsctiuoser, that tbey have sequirri s sstlsesl repnUtVm Uiroufh their treat u.ral oi c um in ic u j raaet. Ukreegt their treat ti.PBt ol comnncauo caaea. sniSCRETION-EXPOSURE"- StBSBM a hiih!U.. Ussorehrs Hnr . ''rcsiU 1 T - -1 T-ietl'' jrSllli l irt. L.. im be-:.-, treated w clplr, wit ho at saiag Mercury or mm or BMwImsI Wteaseaa, the -.L.u..aJl Jlrr, uaSal iuoai u( the J with Boectwa. oo acatntilc orbj- Mercury or other Foiaoooua Msdicisss. inoe oi muaie axe woo are ui- irrm me eneria oi BSMSnseser- resnlt of ae if-assae la youth or exctaa la matured years, are permaneatly cares. Thit dis ease produce aosas of the lotlowing effects emiatioaa, blotcbei, Stsziaefs, nervomneia, dinnei of .ift.t. cosgh, iadia-egioa, soostipatios. deapondeney, ronfusioa of ideal, evsraioa to SS iiy eeswi mmmm ' . :i f- ITS TREATED Ttitmota iirelerred, which k f r SSBjasSI or marriage, n M Hsfl aad Expreaw, J but where mwaible, DSTwnal couiultitioo ia preferred, wlucb i FBI! ssd laeit- Sd. List of questions to be answered by paticr.ti dcairiog treat mem mailrd free to are sddrrti on krnlicstlDa. TiaiSSI lasTi i 1 rmm lln.iurr ahould aead their aSMreSa,V srs sssaeaaisf to lawir asisatsgs. u m sat irsst JT iHuicatt'ru urirtiv cuutidcutial. and ahnuld be SSSSS mmm UK ni'TTS 1C North Mtk HU, Ht. Louts, Mo. Mm4 I LHUIssO .r-t.r A!1.im or White,) ihouhl tend lot ii I'ruf llarria'Psanls. Il1.seia3 SPlataa) giving deaeriptir.n of hi. Remsdy, ssd tb-wuut Its S icatKiB. Th pamphlet aiuble to w lad Ta dalr- i.it ursiui, wstufj niMii.iir . rracucai irjm.r BS (Lis haiiu itam co., sr. louis. sn. TRESCRTPTION FREE lC"t-.hT1.pe,3!Jr t'"r r l&.'ia. Vnkni Vmmt ry ui.,1 ,11-,, r.!. kronskl on by r.rL ui JlHIIMI .ATl SSjrTK. thi Inffr,.llrl 1 I. I'liUu i n,,'i,,f,.. Addw mew v.jiui:ra TESTIMONY OP DRUGGISTS. We have been aelllng Swift's Syphillltic Specific for yean, and re gard it superior to anything known to science for the disieases for which it is rccommanded. We have never known of a single failure. B. J. Casscls, Thomasvllle, Oa. ; L. F. Greer Co., Forsyth, Ga. : Hunt, Rankin 4t Lainar, Atlanta, Ga. ; Femtierton, Samuels & Reynolds, Atlanta, Ga. ; Daniel & Mar&h, Atlanta, Ga. Atiantv. Ga., Jnly 4, 1874. We have used Swift's Syphillltlc Spcciflc In the treatment of convicts for the last year, and hellers ItiatheoMLT certain remedy that will effect a permanent cube for diseases for whiahyou recom mend it. GRANT, ALEXANDER & CO. Ban RETWARD will be paid to any chemist who will find, on analysis of 100 bottles sf 8. B. 8., oha particle of mercur)i iodide potassium, or any min eral substance. Prejiared only by the SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. AV lanta. Ga. Bold by 8, MANSFIELD m CO. 1 MANHOOD RESTORED. A victim of early imprudence, cauaing nervoua debility, premnture decay, etc.. having tried In Tain every known remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-cure, whlcn he will send free tohtt fellow sufl'erers. Address J. H. REEVES, tj Cliatham streeet. N. Y. LOTTERY. lEouEoonisra For Buildings of all Classe. For circulars and prices address W. G. HYNDMAN Sc COn C1NCINXATI, O. J oh ii Manogue. Gen' 1 Agent, Ids MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TJSXN. J. M. HILL & CO. 1011 Prizes I'. S. Currency , 111,300 Wholew. SI: llnlvrN, SO Cents. Prizes paid In full in United States currency im mediately ou presentation of ticket. Forinfo'rma lion ui il tn 1' I.. ;i!l-sple. 6 W. Court. Memphis MASKS. Jfnsws und (osliimcs! MAY, L0EWENSTINE& CO., Mo. -O'Jj Kalu Btmt, Memphln. s (Tr a- mmi s Williard HotelLottery A Firgt-C'lass Fnrnitihed Hotel for . I64.'nnh Prists sind 1416 Property Prise. Amonullii lu K:tii.s.to. This Drawing will take place at Louisville. Hy., Iseeeimber St. 1M, under authnrity ol a Special Act of the Keutucky Legislature, and will be under the absolute control ol the following disinterested commissioners appointed by the Act! Bon. Robert Maliory, late M. C, of Oldham county; L. M. Flouruoy, President of the Louis ville Car Roof Company ; Hon. H. P. Whlttaker, of Covington : Henry Clav, Jr., late I'roaeeii ting Attorney of the Ixulsvllle City Court, and G. A. Winston, of the law firm of I. & J. Caldwell & Winston, of Louisville. I.IVI OF PRIZEN : The M illiard Hold, with all i fcOKfl nflfl lUfaraltureand fixtures, JX3U,UUU O.ic Residence on Green street One lti!sfdcnce on Green street Two Cash Prizes, each $5000 Two Cash Prizes, each $J)00 Five Cash Prizes, each 81000 Five Cash Prizes, each f-'iOO Fifty Cash Prizes, each $100 ! One Hundred Cash Prizes, each arsi rive iiimoreu rasn frizes, each rJO (ine Si t of Bar Furniture One Fine Piano One Huudtiome Silver Tea Set 100 Poxes Old Bourbon Whisky, S0 Kl Baskets Champagne, $116 Five Huudred Cash Prizes, each $10 400 Boxes Fine Wines, S0 2U0 Boxts Robertson County Whisky, $uo iuu ixixeb tiavaua i..u;uni, si'i. rive tiuiinrea casn in W hole Tickets. Sal. Halves. k4. ttuarter.. 82, Responsible agents wanted at all Important points. For circulars, giving full information and for tickets, address W.DL I). Willi's. Williard Ho tel, Louisville. Ky., or I). L. Gillespie, No. 6 West Court street, Memphis, Tenn. The Hotel Is now open, and will lie run by tlie undersigned until It Is ready to be transferred to the lucky w inner. The public arc Invited to slop with me, and see the property for themselves W. c. I). WHIPS. triaes, each $10. . $15,000 . 15,000 . 10,000 4,000 . 5,000 'A50S 5,000 5.000 10,00 1,000 500 100 14,400 350 5,000 12,900 fc.OOO 4.000 5.000 PRIVATE COVXNULrOl. DR i-i- V UkB : T'lOE9 LOUISVILLE. KY, PRIl ATE axzi'Al ihs. Main St.. Cor- Monroe LOCKNlMaTiI. V. Newton, Locksmith SJ I IU I Its.. N SI Hi l l Sttfe OiK'nlnc and FlttttJ. Bell Haitnr i iU'i-uiivd. All work guariiuwcti. Rmirin a KirtM'ialry. Keys i iiiuriiia. iKverva alia fiusm M-j-T.trtt a.l -afvlj tviauot-t.-al si hit vrf a-U-'c sill tin UriHOJNItJ and Spormaton Iloa mnrl Ir.ipolcnos . tSSressIt Sf WrW feSSM ID OS-S, Strauil StsSMSSI lu m i rt.-jei.ra, or cistr rmssM ssd tcatsciss; rmt 91 tL- jb. tSlti i T.i S mil I KaiWeKiO ul.M SS.J1 t os Ft ttruau, Xhusasa sf IUas. Ussisitvc a)$iBtif rw -sib'-t-ay r'icjyl.'.. ia j., str-slsa tassafit al rSiSsM '.twfuiiajn tf I'Wfl, Isocs sr 8-ssI IVssi, c nuCsnsi urlaj" iiiyrcr r unajxi pr. ar ii.&rscWT aau ajrsu jrsUy sorsjt 81 PHIL IS j QlaEET. Bl . tr??n?rfui?iT'l ika aui uth-T private t-'ursus quicllj csrsU. TtltMir-eUei th t aihT alclas Uo pr. .p-sUsistA. .j a ornalh ct of tiassM. and UxalTof laouuaaa aauu s:y. sn)ulres .rest akllL PhiaWUat as"lsC satVtifiss rsSM 1SSSM prrtosi to Jlf care. Wsss U W tooosTaMiest It) PMI tfte city fat Irestctf&t, sasdusiqes a be aest ttlss'S f t&o i.alSlj by tuatl sr raprsfs ssshsra Cures GuuxituUsd im all Cisjmm roDsuiuth-sa IK'saHj 4w by lMssr tree ss4 lsttsL Hi. rf ta rasssHTiln asd osrtsssssvlasss saris' ly ssassssjssasa PRIVATE COUNSXXOK uf a.tdn-t.s, B.-oure!y ieled, for tny S4U by all. Address as a. y 1H.MIMKV. TO THE PUBLIC. "T7OR the best KentLstry, go to the old skilled. reBr 1 suieauti artisuc nrm oi UK J Pi1, '2& 4jal:i ktrsrl. For lb) modern liuiroveinnllf--evea tt Powder. Uirunts. have your Chad and regulated before it is too late. 9 Prices in resc'